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TEAMS TIE III
Rock Island and Terre Hauto
Forced to Leave Field in
OOMPLaIHT ON ABBOTTS DECISIONS
Umpire Resigns and is Succeed
ed by Ed Smith-Scores
of the Day.
Flayed. Won Lost. Per Ci.
Cedar Rapids 45 30 15 .T
Hi oo ruing horn 44 28 :o .6x3
Davenport 49 27 ti .KM
Terre Haute 47 S.S hiZ .1X1
Rock Island 7 S3 24 .4x9
Decatur. 4-S 23 t .49
Roe ford 4H i' .457
KmTUie. 47 II 36 .31
Rock Island at Terre Haute.
Rockford at Eransville.
Davenport at Bloomington.
Cedar Ilapids at Decatur.
Rain prevented a decisive score in
Rock Iland's second game at Terre
. The game was called in the begin
ning of the ninth. Rock Island play
ers insisted that instead ef a tie they
won the gamo, and severely critic'".
Umpire Abbott for a decision la the
eighth calling Zink out. The score:
R. H. P. A. K.
Rotherrael. 2b 0 U 6 5 0
Poor, cf 1 0 0 0 0
Tate. Sb 0 0 0 0 1
Zink. lb 1 4 10 0 0
Hnghes, If 0 1 1 0 0
Middleton, ss 0 1 1 4 0
Moore, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Arthur, c 0 O 7 2 0
Milton, p 0 1 0 3 0
Totals 2 7 21 14 1
K. H. P. A. E.
Brady, cf 1 2 2 0 0
Thornton, rf 0 0 1 1 0
Richardson, lb 0 1 9 0 0
Walters. 2b 0 0 3 4 0
Baird. 3b 0 1 0 2 0
Wilkinson, If 0 0 1 0 0
Starnagle.c 0 17 10
Beyers, ss 0 2 2 1 0
Ilackett, p 1 2 0 4 0
Total 2 1)25 13 0
One man out when game was
called in ninth inning.
Rock Island 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 02
Terre Haute 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 02
Two-base hit Zink. Three-base
hits Zink. Brady. Sacrifice hits
Tate, Arthur. Stolen baae Baird.
Struck out by Milton 5, by Ilackett
5. Bases on balls off Milton 1, off
Ilackett 2. Time 1:25. Umpire
Abbott. Attendance 50O.-
Costly errors were the cause of
Bloomin(ron's defeat by the score of
4 to 2. Jne feature was a running
catch by Smith, of Davenport, cutting
on a Dase mi ana also a score, be
catching the bill about a foot from
the ground after a long run. The
Bloomington ..0 2000000 02
Davenport.. .0 0010102 4
Batteriea McGreevy and Belt
Weihrauch and Evers. Hits Bloom
ington 'J, Davenport 5 Errors Bloom
ington , V avenport 1.
Errors and timely hitting on the
part of Uockford gave the game to
that team, in the tirst tuning I'ol
chow was touched for four hits, one
home run by Shaffer, which scored
four mas. He then settled down and
pitched steadily. Roth, the Chicago
lad, made his 19th home run of the
season. The score: '
Evansville 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 03
Rockford 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 06
Batteries Brown and Hanford, Pol
chow and Roth. Hits Rockford 8
Evansville 10. Errors Rockford 1,
The Decatnr-Ccdar Rapids game
was postponed on account ox rain.
Xotea of the Ulamead.
Evansville has released Dan Crotty,
signed lor second base.
Hugh Price, the pitcher dropped by
uockfora, is sala to nave signed with
an independent learn at Aurora.
Ine visiting teams shut again to
morrow, Kock island playing at
fevansvilie. Uockiordat Ueca'ur, Jav
enport at Terre Haute and Cedar Rap
Ids at Bloomington.
Edward Smith, who pitched for the
Rock Island team up to its departure
frcm home the last time, left this
morning for Terre Haote to act as
umpire in place or Abbott, wnom
President bexton was miormeu by
telegraph had resigned.
Umpire Abbott continued his preju
dice against Rock Island up till the
last moment. Alter a rank decision
n the eighth in calling Zink out when
it looked as though Rock Island would
get a score lead of Terre Haute yes
terday, he called the game in the
ninth on account of rain in order to
make it snre that Rock Island would
''Snapper1 Kennedy, who has been
n the big league and has played ball
over the country in seven pennant
winning teams, picks Punch knoll as
the coming fielder of the Three Eye.
He is struck with the way the Evans
ville boy works and touts him for
faster com pan j .Evansville Courier.
The question has often been asked
why it is that Manager Kiernan, of
be uecatnrs, always takes nrst inning
at the bat for the locals in the games
on the home grounds. The rales pro
vide that the choice, rests with the
captain of the home team, bnt it is
not always the case with all managers
that they take first . inning at bat.
When asked about his reason for
doing -so, Manager Kiernan said:
'There are several reasons, bnt the
principal one is that I always like for
my fellows to get the tirst crack at the
ball, as it gives us several advant
ages. The ball is new and the batter
can see it better than after it has
rolled in the dirt for an inning. The
pitcher does not have as good control
of a new ball as after it becomes a
little dirty. If we get a couple of
good bits and several runs It rather
disheartens the opposing team."
President Sexton was informed to
day that the smallpox quarantine bad
been extended in Cedar Rapids. This
bars the Cedar Rapids club from being
at home on the Fourth of July. Presi
dent Sexton has, therefore, trans
ferred the Cedar Rapids game to
Rockford and assigned Rock Island to
Davenport for that day.
Hoy did not play yesterday, Tate
covering third, and Moore, a new
man, being assigned to right field.
TF1K LIVELY TURTLE) OF 1867.
A Haaeball Inn That Oat Bomb Ice In the
I x Early Days
in 1867 Rck Island had a
bas that was the sensation
of this' saw. of the country. The
article put up by the professional
duos of the present generation was
amateurish in comparison. This
justly famous aggregation was styled
the Lively Turtles, a name suggested
by a well known woman of the oity,
who, with many others old enough to
enjoy ball games in those days, can
recall with pleasure and admiration
the victorions struggles of the Tur
tles. The uniforms consisted of
green trousers and caps with white
shirts and stockings, the caps having
a large white star in the middle of
the crown, the whole topped off
with a button of emerald hue.
The members of the team were popu
lar with the ladies, who invariably
turned out in big crowds to see them
play, and on special occasions would
Erovideihe players with green cam
rio cuffs and collars.
The club was organized in the
spring of 1867. with Joseph K Gregg
as president, Charles U. Glcim vice
president. James F. Copp treasurer,
and John E. Fleming secrotary, John
R Warner being subsequently elected
to the latter 'idice. Mr. Warner has
tj this day preserved the "records of
the games and executive meetings of
the Lively Turtles. An interesting
story can be found between the cov
ers of this book. The most remark
able part of it probably is the record
of the three championship games that
were played at the county fair that
was held on the Ninth street grounds
in the summer of 1867. The man
agement of the fair offered a $50 prize
to the baseball team organized in
that year winning tho most games in
a series to be played on the grounds
for the" edification of the sightseers
Tho Lively Turtles, with fear and
trembling, approached the fair
grounds diamond, for they had had
hardly any practice and had little
confidenca in one another as ball
players. The first team pitted against
the Turtles were the Stars, of Divea
Hcore 77 to 41.
The Turtles' llnoap was: Joseph
Gregg c. Will Sage lb. J. II. Burwell
2b. John U. Warner 3b. Willard Biker
ss, John T. boftsktr If, David Hakes
c J. E. Fleming rf, Jim Fabey p.
The game was called in the eighth
inning with the sotre standing 77 to
41 in favor of the Turtles. The next
contest was with the Athletes, of Coal
Valley. Capt. George Lam on t was in
the box for the Turtles, and they won
4C to 33. The banner game of the
seiies was the third. This one gave
me money to tne iurties. lneir oppo
nents were tne Black Hawks, of Cam
den. Phil Mitchell did the tossing for
tbe Turtles and proved a veritable puz
zle to the brawny banded boys from the
shores of Rock river. The game was
called in tbe seventh inning, when
the score stood 98 to 45. In tbe 24
Innings of the three games the Turtles
made 221 scores to the 102 of tho op
The Turtles bad a large member
ship, nearly every prominent man in
town tnen being on tne Honorary roil
These gentlemen were supposed to at
tend the games and root for their
team. And they did it, Mr. Warner
says, neJpmg tbe Tnrtles to win
many a victory. Among those who
were members oi tne .turtles were
J. M. Beardsley, L. M. Haverstick,
James Jackson, Elijah Carter, R. R.
Cable, John A. Warner, George W.
Co pp. Georce W. Harris, Milton
Jones, Quincv McNeill. Dr. Patrick
Greeg. Dr. Calvin Trnesdale, Dr. S.
C. Plummer. Charles Baford. Patrick
McElherne. C- W. Negus. Charles An
drews. T. J. Robinson, E. A. Tillman,
E. C. Cropper and II. C. Blackburn
Tho Gaana la UeoaraL
ChicJijrn. Junp 20. League oluhs r-
oordPd ihp following 1h?i hall wores
yesterday: At New York Cincinnati
!. New York 11; at I'liilailelDhia
Chicago 2. Philadelphia -1: at Brooklyn
t'lttsmirc o, Brooklyn 3: at Boston
St. Louis 10. Boston 4.
American League: At Detroit-
Milwaukee 0, Detroit 4: at Washing
ton Boston 8. Washington Ji; at Bal
timore Philadelphia 3. Baltimore : at
Chicago Cleveland O. Chicago 7.
western Association: At Columbus
Inrtlanapolist 3. Columbus 1: at Fort
AVflrne Wheeling 1. Fort Wayne 11:
et Dayton Louisville 5. Dayton 7: at
Toledo Marion 5. Toledo 4; (second
game) Marlon 12, Toledo 2.
Into each life some ruins must fall,
Wise people don't sit down and bawl;
Only fools suicide or take to flight.
Smart people take Rooky Mountain
lea at nlgbt. 1 . j
T. II. Thomas' pharmacy. j
MILAN'S HEW PASTOR
Rev. Marion Humphreys
Has Taken Presbyter
GOOD IMPSESSION AMONG (PEOPLE
His Pastorate Adds Another
Chapter to 55 Years' His
tory of Church.
Another chapter has begun in the
history of the Milan Presbyterian
church with the recent installation of
Rev. Marion Humphreys as pastor.
The Milan church has been in ex
istence for 55 years and has never
been favortd with
very long sastor
ates, but is Dr
W. S. Marquis
said when he was
giving tbe charge
to tbe thuron.
"When te col
lege and seminary
courses of the
are dons they
come to TXilan foi
course." I it can
be taken to mean
rev. m HCMrnacrs.
that the bright people in thi?, church
with whom the young niinisUrs come
in contact prepare them for the wider
field to which tbey soon go. (t seems
to be true that this church Is never
so happy as when It has a yoi.Bg min
ister just from the seminary, and
some afterward eminent men hav
come to Milan In that way.
Dr. S. T. Wilson came from' the
east and was ordained tnere. and
served most acceptably un;ll the
Rock Island people thought aim too
gifted for Milan and called hin to the
church (old school), aftirwards
merged into tbe First, now Central,
where he remained for 17 yeaa. Dr.
W. W. Moorehcad also came f;om tbe
east in 1862, and was nucb beloved
by his peopla. He remained fr seven
years and then was called to the
church at Greensburgh. Pa., where he
served the remainder of his lift. The
recent call of Rev. II. W. Rehord to
Detroit, Mich., after nearly four years'
pastorate, causes the people to feel
that they are finishing off most excel
lent preachers. j
A Matlva or Mlaionrt. j
Mr. Humphreys was born in Belle
foitaine, St. Louis county, Missouri,
Oct. 14, 1870. His early l.fe was
spent upon a farm. At the age of 19
he entered Drury academy, alfctpring
field, Mo., where he spent four years
He taught for one year and then
entered Drury college, wherehe spent
four years more, graduating in 1898.
Ho took his theological con we at Mc
Cormick seminary, Chicago,' entering
in the fall of 1898. and was graduates
from there May 2. 1901. Mt. Hum
phreys preached two summers at
Crocker, Mo., while in college, and
two summers at Carl Junction, Mo.,
while in the seminary, and lait sum.
mer at Walkorton, Ind. Whn Mr.
Humphreys came to Milan o take
charge of the church there ho brought
with him what is most necdfil to all
men, especially ministers a ylfe to
whom he was married last August.
An Aecotopllatatd nelpmMC
Mrs. Humphreys was Mis Laura
A. bchwab. Her father camefn early
life to this country from Switzerland
Like the great Dr. Witherspion, "he
became an American from themoment
he landed." and when the ciril strife
began he became a patriot at well as
a citizon. Ho was wounaei at tne
battle of Gettysburg. Misi Laura
took a 3-years' coureo in tha Colum
bia School of Oratory, Chicago.
When she be;an teaching expression
and physical culture at Drury college
it was small indeed, out vnen sue
left it. after six years, she wis at tbe
head of a regular course from which
classes are graduated each year, and
hundreds of students have been un
der her tutelage. Mrs. Humphreys
has now taken a class of one, but she
brings the same enthusiasm into her
work as one could wish to see, and it
is believed that she will do much in
ber new role for the youig in her
Uoat Marry for Monej.
The Boston man who lately married
a fickly rich young woman is happy
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all liver and stomach troubles. Gen
tle but effective. Only 25 cents at
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Allen's Foot-Easo, a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet
and ingrowing nails, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and
bunions. It's tho greatest comfort
discovery of the age. Allen's Foot
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Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy,
Hundreds of lives saved every year
by having Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil in
the house just when it is needed.
Cures croup, heals burns, cuts,
wounds of every sort.
Energy all gone? Headache? Stom
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LEAGUE'S DISTRICT MEET.
Epworthlaoa Hara Aoaoat Convention at
The R-ck Island District Epworth
league, at its 12th annual convention
la Geneseo this week, elected officers
for the ensuing term as follows:
President Rev. O. M Dunlevy
Vice Presidents Louise Dittmar,
Kewanee; Gertrude Sargent, Geneseo;
Jennie E. Galloway, Aledo; Carrie A.
Mason, New Boston.
Secretary Luella A. Sadler, Ne
ponset. Treasurer Fred Hendrickson,
Jnnior Superintendent Ella G.
Taylor, Rock Island.
Executive Committee Rev. E. Mo
Omber, Taylor Ridge; Rev. C. W.
A ling, Geneseo; Rev. W. B Snoop.
Start tho Day Klfht.
The breakfast is perhaps the most
important meal of the day. Euro,
peans usually eat a very light break,
fast. Many Americans have stomach
trouble because thev eat too much, or
f jod of not the right sort for the
morning meal. An ideal breakfast is
a btked apple or some other fruit, a
dish of Grape Nats Food with a little
oream, and a cup of Postum Food
Leave off all meat, hot biscuits,
etc. Grape-Snts and Postum both
furnish the phosphate and potash, to
gether with other food elements that
go to make up brain and nerve cen
ters as well as muscle and tissue, and
both can be digested by the stomach
of an infant.
It is the part of wisdom nowadaya
to use food especially selected for
nourishment and that can be easily
digested. Ten days trial of this
breakfast and you will feel as though
you had "cleaned house."
Tbe exhilaration of bounding health
is worth a hundred times the small
outlay of time and care in arranging
such a breakfast
Mrs. Riley, 125 Chestnut street.
Camden. N. J., says she formerly
breakfasted on chops, hot biscuits
and coffee. "After such a meal I
would have severe pains and they
would last sometimes far into the
night " She finally determined on a
change in her diet and had for break
fast only Grape Nuts Food and a lit
tle cream with Postum Food Coffee.
She says: "In a very few days the in
testinal trouble all disappeared. I
have regained my old-time weight,
lost the irritability and nervousness,
aod life takes on a new espect.
4 'When I feel a little txhauEted in
the day I simply drop everything and
stir a spoonful of Grape-Nuts iu a little
cream or hot milk, and in ten minutes
I have regained my vigor and frosh
ness." Grape-Nuts food is best when
served just a? it comes ffom the
package, without any cooking what
ever. The food has already been
cooked ten or twelve hours in tbe
process of manufacturing it. When
made up into puddings, pies and
other deserts it does not hurt it to be
cooked again, but when served sim
ply as a breakfast food it should
never be cooked. On the contrary.
Postum Coffee absolutely must be
boiled 15 or 20 minutes before the
food value and fUvor can bo brought
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first dose ereatlv benefits. 75 cents
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
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Danger, disease and death follow
ncHect of the bowels. Use De Witt's
Little Early Risers to regulate them
and you will add years to your life
and lito to your years. Jasy to take,
never cripe. B. 11. Bieber and Hartz
Paper caps, per dozen
4 -ball roman candles.
. per dozen 5c
Snake nests, per
dozen ..... $c
Two bunches fire
All Fireworks at Lowest Prices
Cash paid for old gold and sil
ver. Telephone 4171. Goods
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In the newest up-to-date styles. The leathers are Vici Kid,
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Central Shoo Store,
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8 a. m to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings Tel. 1514.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I bad four teeth extracted positively pninleL f eheerrullr recommend to tha
public that the doctor's anaesthetic Is pe.-Iectly barmleas for elderly people ai weU
the young. T. O. Felts, M. D .
I had six teeth extracted without vain. Tbe doctor Is very careful. n hla ex
tracting. I recommend bim hij-Uly. C. W. Donald, 107 Fourth avenue.
Don't hurt a bit. I bad 15 teeth extracted absolutely without pain. Mra. W H.
Wise. 8i3 Fourteenth street.
I had eight teeth crowced with gold and live gold fillings. All work was abso
lutely painless. Miss Agnes Kergendabl, &5 Twenty-sixth street.
At one Hitting I had 17 teeth extracted palnle&aly. My guma were not sore at
alL Mrs. Martn Jacobaon. 4616 Seventh avenue.
My face was badly swollen from an ulcerated tooth.' They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlaon, 3-7 Third street and Fifth avenue.
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Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
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New York Cycle Show.
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Beautiful and Useful.
A cooling and attractive
adornment for a summer
lawn ia one of our Automatic
Sprinklers. Turn on the
water it does the rest. The
lawn is better for it, and it
looks well; not a bit expen
sive, but an economical in
vestment. Opposite Harper House.
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to sustain, and we prefer to do busi
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We loan money on furniture, pianos,
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personal property, quickly, without
publicity or the removal of the prop
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you. We give you plenty of time to
pay and want you to have the great
est amount of accommodation from
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The Heated Term.
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182 1 Second Avenue.