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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JUNE C, 1907.
The one-price hat, ami the priv
ilege of the choices selection.
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ues ami the most becoming
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That wotilil ho comfortable at
the same time timing the heated
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clothing that won't bag at the
knees quickly, am that won't
wrinkle anil draw, as they do
when made from poor material.
Our fine clay serges make up into
beautiful suits when cut, fitted
and made by us.
E. F. DORN,
1128 Second Ave.
The latest, most attractive,
and newest designs of ice cream
for your wedding repast. Origi
nated and made only by F. ,T.
Math the fancy confectioner ami
ice cream man.
This I'.ridal Hose has a ve.y
neat appearance, serves well an 1
is up to snuff.
Inquire about it, price is reas
onable and satisfaction is guar
FANCY BAKERY AND
1716 Second Avenue
And Promenade, Fri
day, June 7.
Dancing, Music by Ogden's, at
Watch Tower park.
Beginning Sunday, June 9, 'mu
sic every day. Moving Pictures
WATCH TOWER PARK CO.
if r if'k&Mi !i:
Ijj' ' ' COPYRlCHT
RUBBER IS OURS
Islanders Pound Hanlon Hard
and Send Commodores
THOUGH SCORE IS KEPT DOWN
O'Leary's Trusty Bat Drives in Two
Tallies Lundin Shows up, in
Peoria at Hock Island.
Decatur at Cedar Hapids.
Springfield at Dubuque.
Blooniington at Clinton.
The Islanders administere d a second
defeat to the Commodores yesterday
afternoon by a score of I! to 1, but tlv
Islanders still had the unmagnetized
end of the horse shoe. Hanlon, on the
slab for the visitors, was hit all ov.t
the field, ten times for singles and
twice for two baggers. Lundin. twirl
ing for the Islanders, let the Commo
dores dowu with five hits and these
were singles and well scattered.
J lie only run for the visitors was
made through an overthrow to first by
Vaud ine. in the fifth inning. Wagner
led off in this inning for the visitors
with a strikeout. Purtell followed wi;!i
a grounder to Vandine. He fielded tin
bail nicely but threw high above
N0'Leary's head, letting I'urtell to se.-
ond sack. Krebs hit for a single an i
scored Purttll. Powell hit a toul to
Eng. who made a neat double to Wa:
ner, cutting off Krebs at second.
How ImIiiiiiIitm Seoreil.
The first score bv the Islanders was
made in the third inning. Swalm lei
off wiih a single. Murphy sacrifice 1
O'leary hit his usual two bagger scor
ing Swalm. Vandine hit to Purtell a;
inirit anu u i.eary ran into tne ball at
that station. Vandine went to third o.i
an error by Moore but was caught
trying to make home on W'anner's
grounder. The Islanders scored their
second run in the seventh. Swa m
again opentd with a single and Murphy
sacrinced. u i.eary Ji it tor a sing'e
scoring Swalm and when trying to
take second was thrown out. Vandine
singled. Wanner hit to Purtell fo
the third out.
In the eighth Eng. first up, struck out
Berger hit a single. On account of
sore foot Scott ran for him. Dowe
hit and Swalm made a two bagger.
Mail Many linnee.
There were three or four times wh"ii
luck with the stick would have broken
up the game, but none of the boys
could get the ball out of reach of thij
infielder's hands. Swalm showed up in.
great form having batted 1.000 per
cent in yesterday's game. Score:
HOCK ISLAND A H. R. H. P. A. E.
Murphy, If .
Berger, ss .
Lundin, p .
Moore, ss . .
Prout. 2b . .
...32 3 12
A.B. R. H.
P. A. i
3 4 1
Jeffries, rf ,
Wagner, If . .
Purtell, 3b .
Hanlon, p ..
35 1 5 21 18
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1
Decatur 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Hits by innings:
Rock Island ...0 0 3 0 2 1 3 3 -
Decatur 01011010 1."
Two base hits O'Leary, Swalm
Double plays Swalm to O'Leary; Eng
to Wanner; Moore to Powell to Tei-
THREE SHOWS DAILY
3 P. M. 8 P. M. 9:15 P. M
8PECIAI Entire change of program
twice a week Mondays and Thura
Any Seat . . . .
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEA
SON OF 1907 FOR DANCING
PARTIES, SOCIETIES, PUB
LIC AND PRIVATE MEET
INGS OF ALL KINDS.
Everything repainted and redecora'
ed and put in first class shape.
5; Telephone for open dates.
mutt. Stolen base Swalm. Sacrifice
hits Murphy (2). Bases on balls Off
Hanlon, 3. Struck out By Hanlon. 2,
by Lundwin, 4. Wild pitch Hanlon
Passed ball Powell, (2). Hit by pitcu
ed ball Swalm. Time of game 1:3)
Hunt of the Diamond.
Such pesky luck with the hitting.
It took Danny's and Swaim's bats to
drive 'em in.
Peoria opens here today for four
The Islanders ought to do a little bet
ter than break even with Donnelly's
Don O'Leary has dubbed Outfielder
Murphy "corned beef". The latter got
even bv remarking that the double
play the two pulled off yesterday was
from corned bref to cabbage".
The shutout given Decatur by Rock
Island Monday was the first the Com
modores have had. That evens matters
up. Decatur is the only team that has
shut Rock Island out this season.
The doubles from Murphy to O'Leary
and from Eng to Wanner were ta
and accurate and constituted the fu
ture of yesterday's game. Murphy'.
throw from deep left to first was .
pretty piece of work.
Berger surprised everybody by get
ting back in the game yesterday. Man
ager Tighe did not expect him to piay
but when he insisted after the team
reached the ground he was allowed tj
take his place in the lineup. Apparen
ly his injury did not affect his work.
Murphy was the first member of the
Rock Island team to buy a Booster but
ton and put it on. Manager Tighe an 1
the other Islanders promptly followed
anil it was not long before Umpire
Carruthers caught the fever and was
sporting an emblem of Greater Rock
Three In Hon' for Sirlnuflelil.
Clinton, .Mine (. Springfield made :t
three straight, taking a fast contest
after bunching hits in the second irt
ning. The feature was Thornton's star
catch, robbing Clinton of two run
Ruby. If ...
Doyle, P.b .
Smith, lb .
14 0 0
Hughes. 2b 0
Scharnweber, ss 1
Ludwig, c 0
Moore, p 0
Ueecher, p o
Burg, ss 0
Lewis, cf 0
Crockett, lb 0
Vogel, 21) 0
Lemon, If 2
Weber, rf 0
Harrod, 3b 0
Smith, c 0
Lelivelt. p 0
Totals 2 5 27 10
Springfield 1 2000000 0
Clinton 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Two base hits Weber, 2. Strut
out By Beecher, 1; by lelivelt.
Double play Lewis-Vogol, Lelivelt
Time 1:13. Umpire Allen.
I'rnrin In Shut Out.
Cedar Rapids. June C. Cedar Rapids
shut out Peoria, 7 to 0. Eastman wen
ballooning in the seventh and Peori
count not nit uwens. Raymond wis
put out of the game for wranglin
CEDAR RAPIDS R. II.
Davis, If 2 2
Oakes, ef-ss 2 2
Shaw, rf 0 1
Howard, 2b 0 2
Lizzett, lb 1
Simon, c 1
Fink, ss 0 0 0
Crandall, cf 0 0 1
Spencer, 3b 0 1 2
Owens. i 1 1 0
Thicry, rf 0
Bewer, 3b .
Egan, 2b ...
Wolf, c ....
Raymond, ss 0
Derringer, ss 0
Kane, p 0
Eastman, p 0
Total 0 5 24 17 1
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 1 0 0 1 5 0 7
Peoria 000000 0 0 0 .)
Stolen base Spencer. Two base hit
Davis. Three-base hit Oakes.
Struck out By Owens, 5; by Kane, ?.
Bases on balls Off Owens, 3; off
Kane, 2; off Eastman, 5. Umpire
Dunn Still 1'nrortnnntr.
Dubuque, June C. Blooniington was
more fortunate with its hits and Had
ley's error lost for Dubuque. Score:
DUBUQUE R. II. P. A. H.
Long, cf 1 0 1 0 0
Hadley, ss 1 1 5 2 1
Schultz, If 0 1 3 0 0
Bosse, lb 0 1 15 1 0
Genins, 2b 0 1 2 5 0
White. 3h 0 1 1 4 ?
Stark, c 0 0 3 2 1
Woodndge, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Tones, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Wilder, p 0 1 0 3 0
Totals 2 C 30 17 4
BLOOMINGTON R. H. P. A. F.
Donovan, 2 0 1 1 1 0
3nyder, ss 1 1 4 5 0
'-lerbert, 3b 0 1 2 3 0
Connors, If 1 0 1 0 0
3eck, lb 0 1 12 1 0
Irnhnm rf 0 0 9 O ll
ISyfert, rf 0 1 0 0
ROGRAM IS SHORT
Reunion Main Feature of An
nual Meeting of High
AT WATCH TOWER SATURDAY
Ralph Haverstick and H. H. Cleave-
land Opposing Candidates
The formal program for the meeting
of the Rock Island High School Alumni
association at the Watch Tower Satur
day evening will be brief. It will eor.-
ist of a vocal solo by John Hazard, ad
dress of welcome to the class of '07 by
Fred Astor, the response by Fay Taylor
and a piano solo by Miss Schneider.
The remainder of the evening will be
devoted to a reunion and dancing. Og
den's orchestra has been tngaged.
Frappe will be the only refreshment
served. The program will begin prompt
ly at 8 o'clock.
In accordance with the terms of the
constitution two complete tickets of
officers for the ensuing year have been
selected by the executive committee to
be voted upon by the membership. On
For President Ralph Haverstick.
For Vice President Mrs. Mae Lid
For Secretary Miss Maude Hartz.
For Treasurer Louis Harms.
For Executive Committee Allen
Welch, Mrs. L. C. Silvis. Miss Bessi.
Noftsker Harry Hubbard, Clarence Lu-
The other ticket is:
For President H. H. Cleaveiand.
ror Nice President .Mrs. tioorge
For Secretary Miss Myrtle Sum
For Treasurer Dudley Marshall.
lor Executive Committee Fred As
ter, Mrs. Fred Channon. Henry Stelok
Miss Clara Beck, Sam Dart.
WILL HAVE FIGHT ON
ISLAND NEAR HERE
Moline Sports Match Rudolph Unholz
and Jack Purtell for
Moline fight fans do not propose t.i
drop the game simply because Mi-?
mayor of Davenport has prohibited
bouts over thcte. Rudolph Unholz
and Jack Purtell, respectively light
weight and welter, have been matched
for a fight June 1. A boat has be mi
chartered and the mill will bo puhed
off on some island in the Mississippi
Wilson, c . .
Totals 3 C, 30 If, 1
Dubuque 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2
Blooniington ..0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 13
Two base hits Hadley. Donovai,
Wilson. Three base hit Bock. Bus 's
on balls Off Wilder, 1; off Koesm-
4. Hit. by pitched ball Snyde..
Struck out By Wilder, 2; by Koesne"
5. Stolen bases Long (2), Snyd-r
(2). Umpire O'Connell. Time 1:41.
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
Barlow has been released by Belden
Blooniington has purchased Grahan
from the Senators. The latter are but
13 in number.
Whitey Alperman won the game for
Brooklyn against. Cincinnati yesterday
with a two bagger in the eighth, driv
ing in the only run for the day.
RECORD OF THE
V. L. Pet.
Rock Island 22 10 .688
Decatur 21 10 .f,77
Peoria 17 13 .".r,"
Springfleld 1G 13 .."2
Clinton 17 15 .5)1
Cedar Rapids 17 15 .531
Blooniington 7 20 .2"!
Dubuque 5 25 .107
New York 2S
St. Louis 12
Chicago 29 12
Cleveland 2G 1G
Detroit 21 1G
New York 19 18
Philadelphia .- 20 20
St. Louis 17 25
Boston 14 2G
Washington 12 . 25
Rock Island, 3; Decatur, 1.
Clinton, 2; Springfield, 3.
Dubuque, 2; Blooniington, 3 (10 '.!
Cedar Rapids, 7; Peoria, 0.
Chicago, 8; New York, 2.
Cincinnati, 0; Brooklyn. 1.
St. Louis, 2; Philadelphia. 8.
Pittsburg-Boston (wet grounds.
Washington, 1; St. I.ouis, 10.
All other games postponed account
bmaha, 4; Des Moines, 2.
Sioux City, 2; Denver, 1.
Lincoln, 4; Pueblo, 1.
Iouisville, 4; Milwaukee, 11.
Indianapolis, 11; Kansas City, 3.
Columbus, 12; St. Paul, 5.
Springfield, 9; Grand Rapids, 4.
Dayton, 1; South Bend, 4.
Other games postponed on account
Waterloo, 2; Marshalhown, 1.
Keokuk, 3; Burlington, 4 (4 innings .
Jacksonville, 5; Quincy, 2.
Oskaloosa, 4; Ottumwa, .1.
SEASIDE HOME FOR POPE.
Americans Would Buy Great Papal
Vay From Mediterranean to Rome.
Soon there will lie no "prisoner of
the Vatican" if the plan of Martin Ma
loney of Philadelphia, in association
with Richard C Kerens of St. Louis
and other wealthy Americans, is car
ried out. says the New York Herald.
It Is Mr. Maloiiey's Idea to purchase
a strip of land about sixty-five miles
long and uveraging l.lo feet in width
from the papal residence in Home to
Clvlta' Vecchia, a small port on the
Mediterranean. At the end of this
thoroughfare, facing the sea. Is to be
built a palate for the pope which will
afford him a change from the house in
which he spends his life.
Since the papacy was shorn of Its
temporal power by Garibaldi the holy
father has limited his residence to the
Vatican. In the palace and the sur
rounding gardens he spends his life.
Leo XIII. established the precedent,
which is binding upon his successors,
by refusing to leave the palace boun
daries upon any pretext.
Under the canonical law this act
meant that the head of the church felt
that It was essential that he remain
upon church territory. Thus he be
came the self made "prisoner of the
Vatican." In the event of the con
structlon of the papal way he would
be afforded an opiortunity to extend
his residence without impairing the
Mr. Maloney outlined his plan at a
ireakfast given by Cardinal Satolll to
several American friends late In April
In Rome. Besides Mr. Maloney, who
very wealthy, Rochard C. Kerens
and other wealthy men were present
and expressed decided approval of the
When Mr. Kerens, who has returned
from abroad, was seen at the Holland
House, New York, the other night he
This is a matter that I prefer to
have Mr. Ma.iey talk about. It Is
entirely his plan, and it is very near
anil dear to him. He has dolilterateil
over it for several years, and he pur-
oses to carry It to a successful Issue.
He Is a:an who Is not easily daunted,
and so I have no doubt he will attain
To enable the project to be carried
out it will be necessary, after having
obtained the consent of the Italian gov
ernment, to lay the matter before The
TWINE FOR IOWA HARVEST.
Between Twenty and Twenty-three
Million Pounds Ordered.
Between $2.XK.00 and $-r.0n.0O0
wortli of binding twine has been order
ed to harvest tli? grain crop iu Iowa in
1907. says the Des Moines Register
Leader. This represents between "0,-
OOO.OiO and 23.0oo.O0O pounds.
Much of this has already been ship
ped to the retail dealers in various
parts of the state, and the remainder
will be within the next sixty days.
This is. of course, estimating that
there will be the usual crop of grain.
Twine is always ordered several
months before harvesting time. .
Practically allf the twine used now
Is either sisal or standard. Some years
ago manila was the principal grade
used. However, it has become scarce.
and the price has advanced so much
that only n few cars 'will be used this
season where millions of pounds were
used in days gone by. Formerly stand
ard was made by mixing sisal with
manila, and the price was about mid
way between manila and sisal. Now
there Is practically no manila iu stand
ard, mid the price is about the same as
sisal. Sisal hemp Is secured iu Mexico.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
New York city spends $21,520,000 an
nually on education.
Potatoes in France are nearly double
the price of last year.
Two and one-quarter male immi
grants laud hi New York to one fe
male. Mexico Imports most of her pig iron
because of the lack of cheap fuel for
Commercial travelers' licenses In the
P.ritish South African colonies and
protectorates amount to about fJ00 a
Progressive Boston Institution.
A Boston bag, blue, carried liy a
Brookline woman, contained a laphog.
Tbi3 Is a step in advance of beer bot
tles and luncheons in them, says the
Boston Record. The expectation is
forming that babies will be next car
ried la them.
You may be fixed all right as to your abilyity to nuet ail the bills
you owe, yet you need the mo.iey with which to supply some comfort
or actual necessity, for self, wife or the little ones.
Don't deprive them or yourself of all the comforts and conven
iences. Life is short enough, auyway don't make it any shorter by
enduring hardships which it is unnecessary to endure.
We can help you ovi r the rough places. Get what you need NOV"
pay it back a little at a time; we'll give you time enough. This
won't inconvenience you or u.-s. It's sane to make such an obligation
when you know what your income is and what you can convenienily
pay out of it from month to month.
NVe advance money privacy on household furniture, pianos,
horses, wagons, cows, etc., without removing them from your pos
session. You can get the money in a few hours sometimes within a"i
Better let us quote you our reasonable terms. Our confidential agent
will call upon request phone or letter if you cannot call.
Inter sting booklet, "Money Talks" (illustrated) free.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
MlTClir.l.I. & M,Mn Ill.OC K, ItOOM 3. HOCK ISLAND.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m., and Saturday evening. Telephone
west 514; new telephone 6011.
II. E. CASTEEL
L. D. MUDGE,
CI J XT HAL TRUST AX I) SAl'IXCS liAXK.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LANV.
CuplfHl Slo.-k. t(H).MMI. Four 1'rr Cent Inlrrent I'nld am Itrpoalta.
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. I-iVelle,
H. E. Casteel,
L. D. Mudge,
H. D. Mack.
M. S. lleagy.
II. li. Simmon,
Kstntos anil property of nil kin. Is are m:tn:ip-il liy this depart innt,
wh'u-li Is kept entirely separate from 1 1 1 liankinc; lii-in-ss of the com
pany. We act as executor of ami trustees uml-r N ills. Administrator,
tiaardiaii ancl Conservator of Ksiates.
iieceiver ami Assignee of Insolvent Instates. Ceneral Financial AKnt
for Noii-ltesUlents, Women, Invalids. ;nl others.
TREES TO PROTECT SHIPS.
Grove of Eucalyptus as NVindbreak on
According to a Santa Kosa (Cal.i cor
resiM.ndent of the Sacramento Bee.
State Forester (I. II. Lull lias l-ee:i ex
perimenting witli the plar.tlivi of euca
lyptus trees around the bids bat li of
the harltor of Fort P.iv.gg. iu Mendo
cino county. Cnl., so a:? to afford a
windbreak for the ships that enter the
harbor. The trees grow very rapidly
and in the two inou'.hs have grow a
several inches. Hundreds of trees will
now Im planted.
The big lumber companies have de
cided to plant thousands of trees on
the vast areas from which the lumber
has been cut. The planting of trees t.)
protect ships i - d:'cid"d!y novel and is
an experiment tl;at will lie watched
with considerable interest everywhere.
A Big Wolf Hurt.
The largest wolf hunt ever pulled
off in Mcl'hersoii county. Kan., was
held recently south of NVindoni, says
the T( peka Capital. At the appointed
time over l.Ooo men were in line and
surrounded sixteen sections of land,
the tract lieing four miles square, and
all moved toward the center. NVolve
and jack rabbits were started up. and
when the men finally came together in
the center there were thirteen wolves.
Those with shotguns Itesau shooting
them, and then the dors were turned
on them. During the fight six out of
the thirteen wolves cs-.-aped. and after
the fight was over there were seven
dead wolves. There are a great many
wolves left yet in the same territory,
and another hunt Is plunned.
To Reopen Sevastopol.
The Russian ministry has raised the
question of reopening for trading oper
ations the port of Sevastopol, which
has been closed since li;00.
About the only thrilling stunt left for
society to take up. says the Philadel
phia Inquirer, Is the submarine boat
The Ruth and Emily were north and
south. The Columbia was up f rot l
The stage of water was 7.1.1 all day.
A Fortunate Texan.
Mr. E. NV. Goodloe, of H7 St. Louis
St., Dalas Tex. says: "I nthe pa--t
year I have become acquainted with
Dr. King's New Life Pills, and no lax
ative I ever before tried so effectual"y
disposes of malarial and biliousness."
They don't grind nor gripe. 2.1c at NV
T. Hartz's drug store, ".ul Twentieth
A lady customer of ours had suffered
with tetter for two or throe years. It
got so bad on her hands that she could
not attend to her household duties. One
box of Chamberlain's Salve cured her.
Chamberlain's medicines give splendid
satisfaction in this community. M. H
Rodney & Co., Almond. Ala. Cham
berlain's medicines are for sale by all
DeNVitfs Kidney and Bladder Pills
are unequaled for backache, weak ki 1-
neys, inflammation of the bladder and
all urinary troubles. A week's trea
ment for 25 cents. Sold by all drug
mm M w J
II. B. SIMMON,
II. II. Cleaveiand,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
H. NV. Tiemann.
Worse Every Year.
Plenty of Rock Island Readers Have
the Same Experience.
Ifcmt' neglect an aching back.
It will g t woife every year.
Backache is really kidney ache.
To cure the back, you must cure the
If you don't, other kidney ills will
Urinary troubles, diabetes, Bright's
A Rock Island citizen tells you how
the cure is easy.
O'to Brown of 1121 Eleventh avenue.
Rock Island. III., says: "Fifteen years
ago I was seized with acute backache.
My back became so weak that I had to
quit work on several occasions. I en
dured severe p.iins and weakness acnts.-i
my loins, ami was unable to stoop or
lift anything. I tried many remedies,
but the tiouble seemed to get worse
instead of bettor. I was becoming
llariued. Several people advised me
lo try Doan's Kidney Pills before I de
cidtd to do so. I finally sent to the
Harper house pharmacy and procured
a box. They seemed to go right to
the spot, fo:- before I had finished the
first box the pains and aches had gon-s
and I could go about my work with
ambition. Ihian's Kidney Pills cured
me entirely, and I am always glad to
recommend them to anyone suffering
as I did."
For sale by all dealers. Price. f0
cents. Fosior-Milbutn company, Buf
falo. N. Y., sole agents for the United
Renumber the name Doan's and
take no other.
SPORTING GOODS STORE
1619 Second Avenue, Rock ttland.