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THE WEATHER- Kkanrn mmA ! thwatlrratorm toalght a ad Tumdnyi rlr. Cwf rdla. Kaia fallra 2.4M bwera a ad I hi rsrrrd la the Ml alulppl aad Obi (Iwa aad oa the K rvaatn. I.I-fM fraaa the Caaadla ralan are aoled at aaa City. It la dreldetttf Reek? aaaaatalta repvrted fram the aad front Alberta arm la eeatral aear where the haraweter laehea. adermtarata have arl aad aaper valley. la We re ilf aad aarth Atlaatle aa are alaa rearted a aorta wrat. Heavy riiui City aad hiaa- eaater Ikauockmt the res tea iad the aortk- eather aad froata are Bualala ut Arlaoaa iMMilhnnrd la Idahe J. M. SHKIUKIt, Koreeaater. Tenperatare at . in., W. a. ic 71 1 at 3i30 CITY CHAT. Insure with MtfV Zazaro I.i there f&iyor ll- Trl-City'ToVVl 'Supply company. For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz. For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's. Apprentice girls wanted in McCabe'j millinery department. Ice cream and Ice cream Eoda a Peterson's, 1314 Third avenue. Peaches 95 cents a bushel tomorrow at Rachman's, 7tj Twelfth street.. The most important silk sale of the season Is now In full swing at Mo Cabe's. Free! A good watch given away with f very boys' knee pants suit worth from $4 up at Gustafson & Hayes'. Peaches 95 cents a bushel tomorrow at Kachman's. 7 Twelfth street.. r ree, free, free! Watch, watch, watch, with every boys' knee pants suit worth from $4 up at (iustafson & Hayes. Preparations for several weeks and plans laid on a generous foundation make the McCabe silk sale the tuple of the day. A watch, guaranteed to keep good time, goes with every boys' knee pants twit worth from SI up at (iustafson & Hayes". Expert inanlcnrrojj. ehampooinj? and thorough treatment of"-fhr hair Snd Ecalp given by Mrs. Sol LiVl, 72f. Sev enteenth street. Old pMiiv. west 09. A.watch, guaranteed- tt' ;fc.ej good time,' goes with every boys' knee pahts salt worth from $4 up at Gustafson & Hayes'. Kckhart & I'tilTum have a big bar gain in a six acre place within the city limits with nice two-story house, barn. etc., suitable for chicken farm, grow ing fruit or truck. The card party which was to have been given by Fay Hawes Camp R. N A., at Carse's hall. Sept. 5. will be held Tuesday evening. Sept. 19. Admission including refreshments, 15 cents. FINIS FOR 1905. (Continued from Pag-e Seven.) the standing of. Its' team and the char acferoT the w6rk that ft has done, as well as with its personnel. Manager McConnell and his boys have made a record to.bftyoud of, for. there has never - been,, a, icinutefrom the start to the very end of the season when they have not been reckoned with by every other team In the league. The team has had its ups and downs, but on the whole has been near the top four different times in the lead. It has brought credit to the city, and its pic turesque see-saw contests with every other team that has been in the van has proven .an invaluable advertise ment to the dry. equal In fact to the winning of the pennant itself. As is always the case there has ex jtan intensity of feeling among someoi me cities miring ine season and perhaps some harsh things have been raid and done, but that is char acteristic of baseball. It has been said that men will do and say things in their baseball zeal that they would not think of otherwise, not even in poll tics. The president of the baseball as sociation in a nearby Three-Eye town who went so far on a late visit of the Islanders to his city, as to approach Manager McConnell. and seek to tempt him away from Rock Island, and also say some Insulting things about Pres ident Sexton which McConnell was man enough to resent, no doubt feels, too. now. that he permitted his base ball enthusiasm to carry him too far For Rock Island's part it is willing to permit all feelings to blow away with the smoke of battle. It feels, per haps, that It has stood by Its team more loyally as a town than Dubuque has. and that taking it all in all its team was more entitled to the pennant, particularly as it did not bring in na tional league or Iowa league players, for its closing gamed. It fought it out to a finish with its own team, to ev ery member of which belonged what glory there was In the Islanders' auhieviaents. and Hock Island ir ganiti enough tOfjfftse its cap to the victors, and to say that it will meet them again another season. aauI l.ove Frnat. As f itisloifcary the affairs of the league for In season will be wound up in a banquet at the pennant town, early in October. It falls to Dubuque to do the honors this year. The pen nant will on that occasion be awarded, SCHOOL. CLOTHIING iV i Fifrthe Boy. HOW ABOUT HIS CLOTHES? WE;,rMAKE A STUDY OF CLOTHING THE BOYS COR RECTLY. WE HAVE THE RIGHT KINO OF Siits, Feints, Caps and Waists. FULL OF STYLE AND DURA BILITY. PARENTS WHO FIT OUT THEIR BOYS AT ULLE MEYER 4. STERLING'S. Get the Celebrated Best Ever EXTRA STRONG MADE SUITS AT $5.00 A LARGE ASSORTMENT AT $4.00. $2.95. $2.00, $1.50 1M1YER- BTERLING THE, BOYS HEADQUARTERS. In i The Safe and Helpful Beverage GOOD beer helps the stomach to perform its offices. It aids the digestion. The percentage of alcohol in good beer is very small. " GOOD beer Wiener quenches the thirst and refreshes instant ly and naturally. Athletes drink Wiener beer when in training. They know that it is good for them. 0 The absolute wholevraeness of Blatz Beers is pre determined by the Blata Method, months before it comes to you. Pure, sparkling water hops barley malt brewed and matured in the good Blatx way. The ideal home beverage. VAL DLATZ DREWINC CO., MILWAUKEE Bcardsky & Bailey. Wholesale Dealers. 217-Wth SL Heflo U2S Alway th 3m Good Old Blo.tsfj HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Drills as a protection against fire have already been taken up in the high school this year, the newer pupils being instructed by the principal as to the methods of forming in line and leaving the building. It was particu larly urged that it Is important that every pupil should observe strictly the rules as applied in these cases, as the mistakes of a few might be fatal to many. The following were named to have charge of the hose and the doors: K. Frazer, A. Huesing. H. Ehrhorn, G. Sheldon. J. McElherne. B. Raines. E. Breen. L. Liitt. R. Souders. Clarence Martin. W. Trimble, and Fred Aster. Island City park has been secured for the use of the foot ball team this fall, and the boys are now beginning their hard practice. The first game will be played Sept. 30 with the alumni. and the plans for next year taken up. There are two outside cities candidates for admission to membership In the league. Burlington and Danville, biu the present indications' fe that there will be no change made, unless some city is disposed to withdraw voluntar ily, which does not now seem likely. president Holland is said to be a candidate for re-election. Belden Hill of Cedar Rapids being also discussed In many respects Mr. Holland has made an acceptable executive. Rock Inland's only fault with him has been in keeping a man like Milan on his staff of umpires, but Mr. Holland has shown his disposition to be fair with Rock Island in keeping this creature away from the Rock Island team when requested to do so. The hatred that other cities in the league have exhibit ed toward Milan during the year has amply vindicated Rock Island's stand against him. Lawrence was likewise a freak as an umpire, and Lynch failed to get the endorsement that an honest purpose should have earned for him. Weston. Cusack and Krieg, however, proved successes in a general sense throughout the league, and Flaherty, who came in at the tail end of the sea son, did very well. As far as the league presidency is concerned. Rock Island, while enter taining no prejudice toward President Holland, would naturally have a par ticularly kindly feeling toward Belden Hill, who ia an old Rock Island player and has always been popular in this city. SUBSCRIPTIONS taken for Tha , Breeders Gasstte." the best stock and . farm paper published. $1.00 per year : In our club regular subscription price $.00. Finest Illustrations, ablest and best known writers. Here In our club for one year, 9 LOO. Apply tor sample co plea THIRD AVENUE THROUuH TO SECOND C7? mr r rzn 15 r S a, JEWELRY DEPARTMENT Watches, clocks, precious metals and Jewels, arc shown here in greater variety than evsr. Repairing fine watches and Jew elry has grown to be a great business with ua Wi do this bualneaa on a basis to make customers. Instead of a large prone 33,000 yards of Black and Colored Silks The Most Important Silk Sale of the Season. IMPORTANT because of the wonderful values offered, the weaves which are the newest, and best autumn produc" A tion, and the fact that it is the first of the season when you are ready, to supply. your silk wants. This collection of silks represents a number of fortunate silk transactions consumated during the past few weeks, and every yard ut iucsc uanusome su&s was secured muy. One-Third Less Than Actual Value. No prospective buyer should overlook the unusual character of this silk occasion. Promptly Monday Morning, September 18th, at 9 o'clock, we will inaugurate a week of silk selling that will. surely surpass all previous records. Here are some reasons why: 19 Inch Black Taf f etaa, 25c yd. FIVE HUNDRED yard medium finish Black Taffetas, a goed 25c durable fabric, at the rldlcu ious price of, yard 85o ALL 8ILK CREPE CHENE8, 40o YARD DE BREEZES FROM FANS. (Continued from Page Seven.) three youngsters. Wilson, Wanner, and Eng. All are of the most promising order, and great things are expected of them another year. Milligan, too, al though coming in late, has the ear marks of a ball player. A Heap of Satisfaction. There is more than a grain of satisfaction in the fact that but one team finished ahead of Rock Island, while srx ended the season below us. . And it ought to be taken into consideration that sec ond only to the fight for the flag is the fight for position, clear down the iine. Buelow to Manage Peoria? A rumor is going the rounds that Charlie Bue low, of the Dubuque team, has been of fered the position of manager of Peoria. and that terms have been agreed upon. This, if true, disposes of the story that Donnelly is to take the Distillers next year. Decatur's Source of Joy. And after all that has been said and done, fair or unfair, Milan or no Milan, we are sure to finish the Reason ahead qf the Bloomers. Right there centers the one happy, consoling thought. We can ust die from joy. Decatur Herald. Balliett in Bloomington. Guy Balll ett, the former Decatur southpaw, is making an effort to get on with the Bloomer team again next season. The Pantagraph notes his arrival in that city Tuesday night and says he was warmly greeted by the fans at the park the day following. He is looking well and evidently has been taking good care of himself since his release by the Bloomington management. He has expressed a desire to be a Bloomer again next year and promises to be have if given a trial. He will be given a hearing later. Parade on Grounds. Umpire Cusack returned this morning from Cedar Ran- ids, where he officiated in the Dubuque series. He says that over 4,000 people saw the games, and after the close of the first one the Dubuque fans took their heroes upon their shoulders and paraded the grounds. 1 You Bet. Dubuque's victory over Arthur Lundin Wednesday was the first since the Key City has been in the league, but a pitcher had to be imported to do the trick. Decatur Review. All Reserved. All the present mem bers of the Rock Island team have been reserved for next year or held on separate contracts. Besides Presi dent Sexton has signed up a bunch of recruits. Uncle of Local Player. Andrew Hip pert, who died of heart disease at Ke-wanee- yesterday after viewing the mu tilated remains of Francis Stillman, who was killed by a train at that place, is an uncle of Arthur Hlppert, of the local base ball team. Hknes Goes to St. Louis. Jack Himes, the big center fielder of Cedar Rapids, lately purchased by the S. !wis Nationals, left last night for Chi cago to Join that team. This exceptional purchase of high grade all silk Crepe- de Chenes In cludes black, white, navy, brown, reseda and all the delicate evening shades, a rare opportunity, and they should o Ilka not AQn cakes at. yard ....'C DOZENS of smaller lots, all fully equal in value to the lines we have mentioned will be ready for you Monday at 9 A. M. Extra salespeople and extra counter room will be provided to adequately display and sell the different lots. 01.00 S 01-25 Newest Warp Print and Dresden Taf fetas. 78c yard THIRTY-FIVE hundred yards of the newest autumn designs and colorings in -warp print and dresden taffetas in navys, new reds, browns, myrtle and reseda greens, jasper, correct for reception or street wear, waists, underskirts, etc., also the white with delicate floral designs, pink, nile, helio and mais, for : . n- n -.a Ann. nnnlitina m ft rl at Q 1 fy DVOn CI K.f a yard than will be offered you in this superb collection at yard a 78c 85c Swias BUcK Taffetas, 49c THIS lot Include 10 piece splen did black Swiss taffetas, strict ly a nlg-h trade cloth. 1Q and only, yard , ,9VC 5 pieces yard wide black taffetas, equal in weartnr quality to Q7 any $1.60 silk, per yard fC 10 pieces black Moire VeJour, very stydlsh for long- coat suits. Jackets, etc.. up to 27 Inches -wide, at these very special prices, 7C yard. 8c and sC nji EMEMBER Monday, September 18th, at 9 o'clock, and for the week. The earlier and oftener you come the greater your saving. We have planned long and wisely for this event, and we shall much regret to have any of our good friends miss a visit to our store during the week of September 18th to 23rd. We enjoy with our custom ers these saving opportunities. Fall Underwear a MEDIUM weight underwear for fall wear in cotton, . fine worsted a,nd silk, a com plete assortment in vests, pants and union suits at prices to cause quick selling Ladies Maco, long sleeve vesta, ankle or knee length pants, regular 60c values, this special 1Q. lot. only Ladles' fine Maco. long sleeve vests; ankle length pants, vests hand fin lshed with silk, this lot 0 we price, each VC . Knit corset covers, long or short waist, long sleeves for fall wear. In worsted and cotton, Q rS at 75c, 60c and JC Men's fall weight camel's hair Merino shirts and drawers, splendid value at 65c. w price A.fi them this timeat .OC Men's natural, non-shrinking cash mere shirts 'and drawers, extra value at JUt5, buy t ff them nirwvttt ?X.vv Cravenettes and New Cloth Coats DISCERNING women who are not provided with a craven- ette rain coat will find it to their advantage to come here. We mention one of the remarkable values in our cloak cravenetted rain coats In the popular castor shade, shirred sleeves with turned cuff, three stitched pleats in 47 7i back, not $12.60, but Misses rain coats, ages 10, 12 and 14 years, made In best style, good everywhere at tT CX) $10.00. this chance J1 ,J New Cloth Coats ENGLISH top coats, Empire coats, tourists coats, and other best styles are well represented here. English top coats, 42 Inches long, with tfJQ extra pleat back Emrlre and Tourist coats, graceful, easy fitting styles, made of choice coverts and t1 Q Af) English mixtures, velvet collars 9-tti Children's coats for fall, natty, lljrht weight coats, made for fall and early winter, all colors, varied styles, four special prices, $4.76, t 78 $3.75. $2.79 and .px-so Housefurnishlngs Cleaning and wash day needs. Large solid back Tampleo q scrub brush, Monday only Hardwood folding wash ifL benches L DC Patent auxiliary sleeve aq ironing boards , OVC Rival Clothes . An ij Wringers, paly . , JL. i 1 Globe clothes q bars 0 1 C Beeches' patent mop, pall tfci tLC and wringer 31.0U Clothes lines, each 25c, t 19c. 16c. 10c and DC Twentieth Century soap, absolutely pure, cleans everything. i f per box LUC Clothes pins, per dosen. (2 doz. to a customer) lC The cool weather will drive the lllos swarming into the house a fw more window screens, screen doors, fly killers, etc., etc.. to close out at prices so low you will hardly miss the money. ATTENTION. Wearers of Uniforms. We go them one better when it comes to making uniform suits or over coats. See for yourself; look on the inside and outside; compare ours with the other fellow's. Better investigate. DEAL & SCIIMITT. Illinois Theatre Building. Notice. A special meeting of the stockhold ers of the Tri-City Regalia company of the city of Rock Island. III., will be held at the office of said company, lo cated at 1513 Third avenue, in said city of Rock Island, on the 14th day of October. 1905, at 9 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of changing the name of the said corporation. LILY EICHELSDORFER, W. A. ANDERSCH. CHARLES GRITZKA. Directors. w ' " Los Long Game. The Rock Island Independents lost an 11-inning game to Kewunee yester day with a score of 7 to 6. The batter ies were Grant and Smith for Kewanee and Leverldge and Wilson for Rock Island. Peachesl Peaches! Peaches! Rachman's is the place to buy your fine peaches for canning. A carload received this morning, another Wed nesday and yet another Friday. The choicest Alberta free stone peaches of the season this week, at the very low est prices. 700 Twelfth street. THE MARKETS. Chicago. Sept. 18. Following are the market quotations today: Wheat. September. 83. 84. 83. 83. December. 84 'i. 84. 83. 84. May. 86. 86. 85H. 85. Com. September. 54. 54. 52, 52. . December. 45. 45. 44. 44. May. 43. 44, 43. 43. Oats. September. 28. 28. 27 27. December, 28, 28, 28.'28. May. 30. 30. 30. 30. Pork, September, closed 15.50. . October. 14.90. 15.00. 14.90 14.95. January. 12.45. 12.47. 12.42'. 12.42. Lard. September, closed 7 67. October. 7.72. 7.80. 7.72. 7.72. January. 6-85, 6.87. 6.85 6.87. Ribs. September, closed 8.55. October. 8.65. 6.72. 8.65. 8.60. January. 6.47. 6.52, 6.47, 6.50. Receipts today Wheat 120. corn 634, ats 441, hogs 28,000, cattle 30,000, sheep 45,000.- Hog market opened strong. Light 5.2505.70, mixed and butchers 5.20(g) 5.80, good heavy 5.00 5.80, rough heavy 5.00 5.25. Cattle market opened steady to 10c lower. Sheep market opened weak to 10c lower. Hogs at Omaha 3.000. cattle 5.000. Hogs at Kansas City 4,000, cattle 15. 000. : U. S. Yards, 8:40 a. m. Hog market steady. Light 5.2505.70, mixed and butchers, 5.2005.80, good heavy 5.00 5.80; rough heavy 5.0005.25. Cattle market steady to 10c lower. Beeves 3.8506.25, cows and heifera 1.4004.40, stockers and feeders 2.25 4.30. Sheep market weak to 10c lower. Hog market closed steady. Light 5.2505.75. mixed and butchers , 5.20 5.80, good heavy 5.0005.80, rough heavy 5.0005.25.. Cattle market closed steady, w Sheep market closed steady. New York Stocks. New York, Sept. 18. Sugar 139, Gas 103, C, R. I. & P. 34, Southern Pa cific C8. B. & O. 113, Atchison com mon 91. Atchison preferred 105, C, M. & St. P. 180, Manhattan 1C5, Cop per 82. W. U..Tel. Co. 94. N. Y. Central 151, L. & X 150. C. & A. 30. Reading common 120. Canadian Pacific 174. B. R. T. 69. U. S. Steel common 37, U. S. Steel preferred 104, Penna 144. Missouri Pacific 107. Union Pacific 132, Coal and. Iron 87. Erie common 51. Wabash pre ferred 44. C. & G. W. 21. Illinois Central 180. Car Foundry 36. Re public Steel common 23. Republic Steel preferred 94. Metropolitan 127. LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live Stock, Feed and Fuel. Rock Island, Sept. 18. Following are the wholesale quotations in the local market. Provisions and Produce. Butter Creamery, 2122c; dairy, 18c to 19c. Ird 8c. Live Poultry Spring chickens, 10c a pound; hens per pound, 708c; ducks per pound 10c; turkeys per pound 12c. Vegetables Potatoes. 35c. Eggs Fresh, 19c. Feed and Fuel. Grain Corn,5055; oats. 25028c Forage Timothy hay. $8.000110.00. prairie, $9; clover, mixed, $70110; straw, $C$7. Wood Hard, per load,$4.5O0$5.OO. Coal Lump, bushel, 13c14c, slack, per bushel, 8c 9c. Live 8tock. Cattle Steers. $3.00 $4.75; cows and heifers, $2.000 $4.00; calves,$3.00 J 5.00. Hogs Mixed and butchers, $505.50. $6.00. Sheep Yearlings or over. $3,000 $5; Iambs, $4$6.50. Bad blood and indirection are dead ly enemies to good health. Burdock Blood Bitters destroys them. Result oS the WcsSifopard Rubbing on the washboard with common yellow soap, containing rosin and injurious chemicals, has ruined many a fine fabric. The threads are rotted and torn, and the delicate color and finish destroyed. Cleanse safely and easily by boiling with Map! City Self-Washing; Soap, a pare, white bar that is the highest achievement in soapmakiiig. It requires no rubbing, and will not harm the most delicate lace or finest fabric It is a remarkable soap for colored foods, which may be washed repeatedly with it without the slightest fading. Self Washing Jt-fW. I I VIl'iI.J J I I'll m . m v-- - -m 'm v. m mm 1 1 1 : w m m m m if turn . . a w mi IaM Is distinctively a soap for boiling the only way to cleanse clothes hvtieaicallv anid thoroughly. It dissolves all dirt and grease ; ex terminates germ life ; makes all stains disappear, leaving tne ciotnes oi spotless purity. No other soap produces results so truly magic. Maple Lny Soap lasts . . .... , . t i . i JaMllMG ls. - twice as long as otner soaps ; it uses away au ine wciitnaiai inaaiua- VAdnifi-l S i lj. II...- II. 4,., ..n.nl At all irnrrrt-S rontl. MAPLE CITY SOAP WORKS, MoaBOolh, 11L