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11123 ABGUB. MONDIAL JTJINE 10 1901.
"Sell the Shoes,
We'll Stand The
This is the message just re
ceived from ChurchiLI & Al
deo. makers of the famous
11.00 Ralston Health Shoes
we had bought for early
spring trade. We have 500
pairs of men's fine shoes to
retail at $3.50. The factory
being over run with orders,
the Shoes were shipped more
than GO days late. We re
fused to rccolvo them, hav
ing bought others to take
their place. They will be
sold at our store any day
except Saturday of each
Until All are Gono at
$2.65 a Pair.
307 Twentieth Street
OPEN EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
Originators. Designer and Ruildtr ot Shoes,
and sellers of bhoea sod saitaf aciion.
We Want You
To be Particular
About the tit you choose
particular people are oar
most regular customers.
There's neckwear here to
snit the most particular man
that ever was, and Collars,
Cuffs, Shirts and Hosiery as
well. And there's nothing
here that's not in the smart
1711 Second Avenue.
Just Hie THing
For any function whether
formal or modest, you'll Gnd
Math's fee Cream just the -thing.
It is a delicate bit
for refreshment, elegant
enough to be used on the
greatest occasion and you can
afford it for little home pari
ties. Let us have an order
Our Ice Cream Is Strictly High
Grade, Pure and De
licious. Try our Yankee and Sultana
roll. It's a winner. Don't
forget that we are leaders in
everything that a first-class
bakery and confectionery
turns out. Physicians rec
ommend our whole wheat
bread for the sick.why won't
it be good for the healthy?
It is made by .us only
from the Purina Health Flour.
Yours for blgh grade,
Frank J. Math.
Formerly Krell.A Math,
rhsnt 1166. 1 16-171 Secozd Ave.
eg 1 1 fi.
PITCHERS LOSE TWO
Smith and Kranz Do the Hand
some By William Kreig;
of Terre Haute.
HISSES FROM SUNDAY AUDIENCE
Locals Have Visitors Shut Out up
to the Seventh Hopkins ,
Played. Won. Lost. Per Ct.
Hloomlnton 31 II .MS
Cedar Kapitta 30 18 IJ .000
Iieoalur Si IV 13
TerraUault 81 17 14 .M".
lveuport 3t It I'i .600
Rock Inland IS 17 .4
Hock ford irt .417
KranavUle 3o 5 Jo .167
Decatur at Rock Island.
Terro Haute at Davenport.
Bloomiugton at Rockford.
Evans ville at Cedar Rapids.
Kock Island forfeited the baseball
games of the past two days through
the amateurish pitching of Smith and
Kranz, the former, by wlldness in
the opening innings ol Saturday,
giving the visitors & lead that could
not be overcome, and the latter, bo
fore a 2,000 Sunday crowd, going to
pieces after keeping the Terre Haute
players away from the home plate
for six straight innings. Pitcher
Charles Miller did not come Saturday
night, as it was expected he would
Kranz did perfect work, and received
beautiful support, until me seventa.
Hare be lost his head completely and
was slaughtered right and left. In
stead of settling down and maintain
ing the composure that is so neces
sary in a crisis he seemed to go light
straight up. He was advised by his
catcher to put the sphere over the
piste without the speed, but he gave
no heed to him, and puffed and
snorted and blsz id away very much
after the fashion of a man about three
sheets gone at work in a bowling alley
The Hoosiers walked and hit, jnst as
they fancied. Kranz threw all the
harder, but the best he could do, nine
times in ten, was to cut the air a foot
wide of the rubber. He was all in, as
the fellow sajs, after the seventh
inning, but there was nothing to do
but let him lioith his own Waterloo,
as Smith had been sent to cen
ter to take the place of Hopkins.
Kranz was hissed by the audience in
the ninth inniog. Such a general con
demnation of a home player has sel
dom been witnessed in Rock Iiland.
How the Scores Wero Made.
Tho scores, were made after this
fashion: In the second half of the
first Hopkins smashed the first one
tossed ono up and was safe, takiDg
second on Hoy's sacrifice, third on
Tate's gronnder to Byers, and scoring
on Zink'a bit. Hughes ended the in
ning wlUi a grounder to Kreig. In
the third Hopkins flew out. Hoy and
Tate each made nice 3-base hits aod
Zink brought Tate around with a 2
sae'eer. Hughes fouled and Artbnr
died at the plate.
Terre Haute received 6 cents worth
of epgs, at current prices, provided
t ey re fresh, and everyone was hop
leg that they would get handed back
what they gave the borne team batcr
day. But not so. In the seventh
Kreig batted a little fly over Middleton
that was just out of reaoh and
Starnsgle was given four. Byers
tried to sacrifice, but Kreig was
ctoght at third and he lived
S vaim and Wilkinson each sin
pried, bringing home Starnsgle and
Byers, and Swaim came in on a passed
ball. wrady was given bis base.
Richardson received a punch in the
thigh and Walters made a 2-case hit.
scoring Wilkinson and Brady Balrd
flew, bat Richardson waited and
scored and Kreig ended the agony
with a grounder. Byers scored in the
eighth on Wilkinson's hit after being
presented with first and getting a
boost to second on Swaim's sacrifice.
in the ninth lour more runs were
319-321 Twentieth Slrect.
All This Wesk
A fine Eight-Day Clock,
strikes the hour and half
hour, with a fancy carved
oak case, this week sale
$2 25 Each
Cash paid for old gold
poured into Rock Island's cud of mis
ery, which was already full- Rich
ardson reoeived lour, Walters was
given a life by Middleton, but was
blasted at secoud on Baud's grounder.
J be latter stole and two runs tailieu
on Kreig's two bases. Starnagle dis
tinguished himself with a 3-base hit,
letting Kreig homo and tallied on
Byer s hit. bwalm fouled out and
Richardson died on a pjpup. leaving
tnree men on oases.
Hopklne' Onfortanate Accident.
The fourth was even a more unfor
tunate inning for the home team than
the seventh, for then it was that
Hopkins received an injury that will
lay him up several weeks. He
pounded a little grounder to Kreig
and was trying to beat it out. Kreig
was in ine pain ana tbrougb a mis
step Hopkins' calk caught in the sack,
throwing him and fracturing the
small bone in his right ankle.
He was carried off the field and
Smith took his place. He is being
cared for at the home of Secretary
tidy 01 toe Ijcsi association. The
K. ' H. 1Q. A. K.
Hopkins, cf 1 1
Smith, cf 0 0
Hoy. 3b 1
fate, II 1.
Zink. lb 0
Hughes, 2b 0 0
Arthur, c 0 0
Poor, rf 0 1
Middleton, ss 0 2
Kranz, p 0 1
Totals 3 11 27 7 3
K. 11. V. K.
Bairdi 3b.. .
Kreig, lb. . .
Swaim, p. . .
Total 11 11 27 9 0
Rock Island...! 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Terra Haute.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 411
Two base hits Zink. Walters.
Kreig; three base bits Poor, Hoy,
Tste, Starnagle; double play Middle
ton to Hughes to Zink; bases on balls
-off Kranz 8. off bwaini 1; struck
out by Kranz 3. by Swaim 5; wild
pitches Kranz Z; passed balls Ar
thur 2; time of game 1:35; umpire
Noti of the Diamond.
It was cruel.
Tomorrow is ladies' day.
Ladies are free Tuesdays and Fri
The week day games are called at
3:45 Sunday cames at 3. Paste this
in your bonnet.
Rock Island should strengthen up
on pltcbers. no matter wbat tbe cost
or trouble. '
The new addition to the beachers
had a job yesterday.
Alter tbe rime it rained and the
The Rock Island team still suffers
from that malady that was so dis
astrous in the earlier part of tho sea
son falling to sleep after the op
posing club gets a lead in scores
That Is the time to ringer up and
Arthur caught a pretty game in
spite of all discouragements. The
result of the first six inoiD-rj was
largely due to his good coaching.
Tbe manner in which Smith han
dled Swaims fly won him an ovation
Bill Kreig. was handed a bouquet
afUr Saturday's game.
Hopkins has been pursued by hard
luck the past two days. Saturday he
was euchred out of a score after
making a 3 bise hit and yesterday he
met wltn an accident tbat may Jay
him up for weeks.
We are certainly up against a streak
el bard luck.
The local baseball public is fast
coming to the conclusion that a base
cn balls is a crime.
It was a remarkably large orowd
under the circumstances, having to
compete with such attractions as the
Milwaukee excursion, a counter
game and horse race in Davenport,
and a game in Moline.
Rock Island has lost four games
out of six through punk pitching.
There is no discounting tbe fact
that Rock Island is play i dp Is des
perately hard luck. This has been
shown the past two days. Saturday
Hopkins was unable to score after
mating a three-base hit that was next
to a borne ran. with the heavy bitters
coating and two men out, and yester
day the boys, after bitting like tro
jans and having eight hits to their
credit in six Innings, were able to get
in only thrie runs.
Manager Kreig today released
Pitcher Jarvis, who was injured in
Friday's game, and be was signed by
Manager Tate, of the locals. He will
be ready for work in a few days.
Hopkins was up town ibis alter-
noon, but it is not likely be will be
able to play Inside of fire weeks.
Smith will play his position in the
Pitcher Charley Miller has not shown
m S . . n a w am' a .
Aimon, kock lsiana star pitcner,
will be in tbe box tomorrow.
Thb A rocs repeats the suggestion
that the Rock IiUnd team needs an
bid head In the infield. Davenport
demonstrated tbat when Birmingham
was signed. While be was regarded as
a has-been, he has put ginger into the
players ana mej dstb uvea piBjiug
winning ball ever since.
While no valid excuse can be 01-
fered for Kranz' weakness at a critical
point yet there is a charitable view of
the case when the fact is taken into
consideration that he is a cuum and
roommate of Hopkins, whose mis
fortune In the fourth may have
caused the pitcher to lose heart.
- . s a a
Ai between giving a Dr a oass
on balls and permitting him to hit it
out, the fans say, let bim hit it every
time. Put 'em over the plate.
Catcher Arthur worked as hard in
the moment of adversity as he did
when all was fair aod full of promise.
That is tbe kind of a player that the
patrons of the game pin tneir laitb to.
The locals made it three straight
from Decatur. A batting streak and
a bunch of errors by the opposing
players netted seven runs after two
men were out in tbe fourth inning
Cant. Klernan. of the Dooaturs. was
. . . . . . : If
bencbed ior klcKing on umpiro vons-
Davenport 1 0 0 7 2 0 0 0 10
Decatur U o u u u u u z o
Batteries Stauffrrs and Evers, Dor.
ner and Rollins; hits Davenport
18. Decatur 9; errors Davenport 0,
Evansville could not connect with
Elliott's pltchingand narrowly missed
a shut-eut. Tbe score:
Rockford 10012203 9
Evansville 0 0001000 01
Batteries Elliott and Hanford,
Crosby and Roth; hits Rockford 8.
Evansville 6; errors Rockford 1,
At Cedar Baplde.
The Cedar Rapids and Bloomington
came was postponed on account of
KKSri.TS Or eATURlAV'8JAME8.
Smith (Uvea roar Bhn In Oaalaalnr, Los
ing far Kock Island.-
Saturday tbe game was lost by
Smith in tbe third, when be gave
four bases on balls, in one case forc
ing a score. After that he steadied
down and finished well. On the home
team's part it looked very mach like
a shut out till the last S many
ciphers were needed in setting up the
60 re on the board tbat thoy were
taken off the first and put on at the
last. In the eighth and ninth, how
ever, runs were made, and Hopklos
endfd the game in a sensation! at
tempt to stretch a three-base hit into
a home run. The score:
R. II. P.
Hopkins, cf 0 1 3
Hoy. Sb 0 1 1
Tate, If 1 0 3
Zink. lb 0 1 8
Hughes, 2b '0 2 3
Arthur, c 0 1 3
Poor, rf 1 2 3
Middleton. ss 0 1 3
Smith, p 0 O 0
Totals 2 9 27 14 3
Iv It 1. A. E
Williamson. If 2 0 10 2
Brady, cf 0 0 0 0 0
Richardson, rf 0 1 2 0 0
Walters. 2b 11 6 8 0
Baird. Sb 0 1 0 3 1
Kreig. lb 1 111 0 0
Starnagle. c 1 1 4 0 0
Bvers. ss 112 5 0
Brown, p 0 1 0 0 0
Totals . ..' 6
7 27 16 3
Siore by inning:
Rock Island... 0 0 0 0 0 0
Terre Haute 1 3 0 0 0 0
Two-base hits Hoy. Brown; bases
stolen Wilkinson (2). Richardson;
donble play Walters-Kre'g; bases
on bll off Smith 7. off Brown 3;
struck out by Smith 2, by Brown 3;
wild pitches Smith 1; time of game
1:25; umpire Abbott.
Games elsewhere: At Davenport,
Docatur 3. Davenport 13; at Rockford,
Krans ville S, Rockford 9; at Cedar.
Etplds, Bleomtngton 3, Cedar Rap
Molloa Atbletlca Dfatl.
A R?ck Island picked team yester
day afternoon defeated the Moline
Athletics on the latter's home
grounds. The score was 14 to 13.
Tbe batteries were: Rock Iland,
Ohrt and Meanor; Moline, Lindgren
The Oame la General.
Cliienjro. Juno 10. League bnse bnll
reeonls made Saturday were as fol
lows: At Pittsburg Brooklyn 7,
Pittsburg 3: nt Cincinnati New York
4. Cincinnati li: at St. I-ouis Weath
er; at Chicago 1'biladolplila 4. Clil
eago 5. (Sunday) At Chicago Brook
lyn 7. Chicago : at Cincinnati New
York '.. Cincinnati 13.
American league: At Baltimore
Cleveland 13, Baltimore 5: at Wash
ington Chicago 3, Washington S: at
Philadelphia Detroit 1, Philadelphia
G; at Boston Milwaukee 4. Boston 12.
.Western Association: At Dayton
Marion tf, Dayton 3: at Indianapolis
Fort Wayne 3. Indianapolis : at Co
tambuK Toledo 7. Columbus 5: at
Louisville Wheeling 1), Louisville 5.
(Sunday) At Columbus Toledo . Co
lumbus 14: at Fort Wayne Indianap
olis 4. Fort-Wayne 8; at Louisville
Wheeling 2, Ixnilsvllle 8, (second game)
Wheeling 4. Louisville 5: at Dayton
Marion 5, Dayton H; (second game)
Marlon 9. Dayton 11.
otloe to Coatractore.
Sealed proposals will be received by !
the undersigned for the removal of
the old No. 8 frame school building
on lnirty-seventn street ana four
teenth avenue. Building to be re
moved within 15 days from accept
ance oi oia. Amount bid must te
paid on acceptance of bid. All bids
to be in bands of secretary by Tues
day, June 11, at 6 p. m.
Iv. s DART,
Secretary Board of Education.
Don't get side tracked Id business.
Dullness sometimes passes for death.
Men with brains reach tbe goal.
Rocky Mountain Tea puts gray mat
ter into one's head. 35 cents. T. U
SIXTY TO GRADUATE
Augustana College to Be
Held June 21.
SALUTATOET BY GAEL E. EOHMAH
And Valedictory By Miss Anna N.
Pierson Members of
Sixty young men and women are to
be graduated this year from the bus
iness department of Angustana col
lege ' The commencement exercises
are to be held in the college chapel
the evening of J 'in 21. The motto
of the class of '01 is ' Learn by Do
ing." The commencement program
is as follows:
Hymn, congregation; invocation,
Rev. C. J. Bengston; organ voluntary,
Prof. A. D. Bodfors; salutatory, Ca'rl
E. Boh in an; banjo duet. Miss Cccile
Finley and C. A. J Krantz; address,
Rev. W. W. Willard; song, class
quartet; valedictory. Miss Anna N.
Pierson; cornet solo, Prof. C. L.
Krantz; presentation cf diplomas,
Prof. C. W. Foss; benediction. Taose
who are to graduate are:
I olaea Course.
A. Williim Anderson, Enoch An
derson. Liwrcnco E. Anderson, Oscar
C. Anderson, Richard Anderson. Erna
Barthel. Hlen Bersell, P. Olof I. Ber
sell, Cail E. Bohman, Florence M.
Bollingrr, Philip Carlberg. Albert
Dahn. Frel C- D.tvis, Ceeile C. Fin-
ley, August Johnson, John A. John
sou, Boy S. Kracke. (1. A. J. Kranz.
Louie Lawson, A. F. Lundulst, Emit
C. Nelson, Charles Newman, John J.
Normoyle, John E. Obere, Frank
Peterson, Henry W. Peterson, Anton
W. Pctersoo, Carl Peterson, John P.
Peterson, Anna N. Pierson, Bessie A.
Smith, Simon Stolberg, George Tim
mermann, Cornelia Walker.
Jennie E. Astrom, Florence M. Bol
linger. Louise M. Case, Emida Chil-
leen, Agnes Dalley, Minnie Dresden,
Catherine C. Edwards, Adelia Frick,
Myrtle Graham, Mary Holmborg,
John E. Jacobson, Grace L-e. Emma
P. Lucklum, Katherine Mcllogh. Mel
notte McKown. Emelia Olson, Ellen
Olson. Fred PeierBon, Mabel C Peter
son, Anna N. Pierson, Nora I. Peter
son. Anton W. Peterson, Lorena E
E. Rent?:, Lucy Teska, Alvlna Toline.
Uabal C ennerstrom.
1,010 PERSONS TAKE IN
The total number of tickets sold for
the Comus club annual excursion was
1.010 The visitors spent Sunday in
Milwaukee. levin; lor tbat city over
the C. M & St. P. at 10:30 Saturday
night and arriving home this morn
The train traveled in two sections
and was under the personal super
vi ion of Agent W W Breckinridge,
of this city. Yesterday was a fine
day in Milwaukee and the excursion
ists all report exce.lent accommoda
tiona and a general sood time. There
were no accidents of any consequence
anr. so far a is learned, no member
of the party wat tardy at the time for
STATE CHILDREN'S HOME
IS DOING A NOBLE WORK
Rev. 11. II. Hart, superintendent of the
Illinois Children's Home and Aid so
ciety, spoko yesterday in two Rock
Island churches, in the morning at
Memorial Christian and in tbe evon
iorr at Broadway Presbyterian, his
presence here being in the nature of
an introduction to the work that is
to be taken up this week in behalf of
the institution by Prof. G. C. Knobel,
field secretary. ,
The object of this institution ie to
secure suitable homes in good private
families for orphin and dependent
children. The character of the work
is humane, aggressive, up to-date,
non-sectarian and inter denomina
tional. Moro than 4 400 children from this
state have been thus cared for, 41 of
the number coming from Rock Island
county. There are 61 boys and a
number of girls in the home's nut
series at Eoglewood. Shelbyville and
Daonoin. Homes are desired for these
Toe home is supported by volun
tary contributions. Prof- Knobel is
located at 1303 Second avenue. His
telephone number is 1073. Information
can ne had either ot the secretary or
any member of the local advisory
board, whiob is composed of J. W.
Welch, president; Dr. J. W. Stewart,
vice president; E. B. McKown. secre
tary and treasurer, and Henry Brock
mann and F. G. Young.
Notice to Cootraotora.
Scaled proposals will be received at
the city clerk's oflico, Rock Island,
111 . until Monday. June 17, 1901, at
5 o'clock p. m., for a sewer on Twen
ty-first street from CV, R. I. & P. rail
road to Tenth avenue.
Plans and specifications on file at
city clerk's office.
The cUy reserves tbe right to reject
any or all bids.
Rock Island, 111., June 7, 1901.
U. C. Schafkee, City Clerk.
My heart and band another claimed,
His' plea bad come too late.
It's ever thus with people without
pluck and vim,
Take Rocky Mountain Tea, don't
get left agtin.
T. U. Thomas1 pharmacy.
Full Value for Your Money Is What You Get
When You Buy Our Men's
WELT SEWED $3 00 SHOE
Vici Kid or Velours Calf, perfect fitting, easy on the feet.
They have the style and wearing qualities of regular 3 50
Central Shoe Store,
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8 a. m
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514.
Palestine Clover Perfume
HARTZ & ULLEMEYER, SStiSU s
The Emerson Co.
Boy Voan Where Too Will Get the
llnt and at Money-Saving
17 pounds best Granulated
Sugar f 1.C0
Pride of the Fair Flour,
guaranteed tha whitest
and strongest Northern
Fancy Patent made, this
week sale 1.05
Bast XXXX Full Patent
Flour, guaranteed sack.. 98c
Finest Entire Wheat Flour,
very best, 10-pound sack "3c
Fancy Graham, 10-pound
Fresh Ginger Snaps, per
Chipped Beef, regular 15c
Eaamellne Stove Polish,
regular 10c ens 5o
Walter Baker's Chocolate,
genuine premium, regu
lar 45c per pound 32o
1 lot Queen Olives, regular
60c bottle, this sale 25o
Good Dairy Butter, per
pound - 11c
Fancy New York Ring Evap
orated Apples, per pound 8c
Plump California Prunes, 6
Finest Seeded Raisins pound
Bright, delicious ruby
prunes, 4 pounds 25c,
per pound 7c
8 bars Lenox Soap and 1
large Box of Bluing free. 25c
Dairy Salt. 70-pound sack. . 43c
Frien's Wheat Wafers, best
breakfast food, regular
15c package lOo
Fancy Broken Macaroni,
per pound 4c
Good Sour Pickles, gallon . . 19o
Leader Combination Coffee.
good, 6 pounds fl. pound 17o
I fVAf m wtrf iivnuiw
Tbe Ferry Company bavlna refaeed to teeae coo pone food for two 3 J
ferry tlokcw, aa per tbelr contract with o. wo take the following;
mode of Uaulaa tlokete to onr onatomere: Each peraoa preventing ojS
thle fcdvertuecnent wita a parenaao wu rw " ""-"- erf
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k4 CluilLtt JL1 PJLffJLiULW
1712 Second Avenue
In dealing with tbe ordinary money
lender- In dealing with us you can
be assured of fair terms, courteous
treatment, reliable business methods
and entire privacy. We advance
money on furniture." pianos, horst-s.
wagons, live stock and other per so. al
property, without delay or removal
of ihn property, and in any amount
from flO upwards. Payments are
arranged to suit your convenience
and the whole amount can be paid at
any time, the cost to you being only
for the time you have bad the ueo of
If you need any motey we will ba
pleased to explain our terms and
methods of doing business. Don't
hesitate to inquire.
Is not named from mere
fancy. It is the natural odor
of the flower and in the pro
duction no expense is spared.
Only tbe finest stock is used
iu order to bring out the del
icate, rich and lasting fra
grance of the original flower.
The value of this perfume
can readily be percoived over
cheap extracts. rrice 60c
per onnce. A free sample
for the asking. For sale
Davenport, Iowa. J
Grass Shears, worth twice
as much, only 25c
Hand Sickle or Grass Hook,
up from 25c
Liwn Mowers, best in trl-
cities for the money ... .f 2.48
Whetstone, a good one 10c
Sprinkling Cans, all sizes in
galvanized tin, up from . . 15c
Garden trowels, up from..' 5o
Ice Tongs, all steel, family
size -. 25c
Water Cooler, galvanized
liuing, up from 1.23
Ice Picks and chisel, best
tool, steel 9c
Lawn Rakes, 21 teeth, long
Gasoline Stoves, two burn
Screen Doors, any .size.. .. 69c
Wiro Screen, per yard 10c
Special Display Sale
Nickel Plated Ware.
The finest and most complete
line in the three cities.
Come and see this special
display and sale. We will have
each and every article laid out
for your inspection.
Hundreds of Arti
cles at Cost,