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tllB ABGU8. IIJUBSDAV. JVVt 11, 1901.
We have Just Received a Fine
Gents 9 Hosiery
Which we will put on
sale at ioc a pair
Cash paid for old cold and sil
ver. Telephone . 4474. Good a
39-321 Twentieth Street.
A Sensible Hat.
You can't be comfortable
in hot weather "without
a straw bat, and these
hats will give you the
most comfort, because
the j are fashionable, as
well as light and airy.
A shape graceful and
lasting, a shade that is
durable. Call and see
them at .. '
1714 Second Avenue.
Just He l
For any function whether
formal or modest, you'll find
Math's Ice 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 par
ties. Let us have an order.
Our Ice Cream Is Strictly High
Grade, Pure and De
licious. Try our Yankco and Sultana
roll. It's a winner. Don't
forget that wo 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 P
- It Is made by us only
Iron the Furina Ilealth Flour.
Tours for high grade.
Frank J. Math.
Formerly Krell & Math,
fhoif 1155. 1716-1711 Sccosd ive.
LEADERS LANDED Oil
Rock Island Wins In a Smooth
and Snappy Ball
BEESAMEB'S OATOmSQ A FEATUEE
Locals Touch Uo Cedar RaDids'
Star Pitcher, Gibson, for
flayed. Won Lost. Per Ct
Cedar Rapids M 4
Hloornlnnon.. ...... ru
Terrofeaute M xt
Rook ford f,7 -M
Rock Island hH 7
I Decatur. ........... M 25
I KraosTUJe. 5M 17
Cedar Rapids at Rock Island.
Davenport at Rockford.
Decatur at Tcrre Haute.
K7ansville at Bloomington.
If the topnotchers hoped to change
their luck by getting out of the state
of Iowa they were disappointed,
They lost yesterday, however, to de
serving antagonists, for Rock Island
did plav ball. In fact, it was the
kind of ball we have been hankering
for. and the kind, it is needless to
add, that we have not been getting of
lucre was plenty of excitement,
too. Twice the visitors, through a
combination of hits and gifts from
the box. brought things to a critical
stage and each time Miller steadied
down and the tearu tightened up and
crawieu out oi me noie. mere mav
nave oeen an element of luck in it,
but we do not like to admit it, and.
anyway, we had another bat coming
i aai, we mignc nave done wonders
with. The crowd was a good one for
a week day and there was more en
thusiasm than there has been in sev
eral weeks. Rebsamen played back
stop and did it right. His steadiness
went far toward holding the team to
gether at critical times.
Hughes Baglne Racket.
Hughes started the came in the
first with a 3-base bit. Tate
knocked one a good part of the way
to the moon, but Norcom intercepted
it on its way back. Hoy, however.
saw his duty and hammered a 2 bag
ger. Kebsamen new and Mullaner
grounded. .Nothing happened up to
tne nun, when Arthur began the fun
wiina sate one. Miller bunted for a
sacrifice, but made his base on Ken
nedy's error, and Hughes sacrificed
Tate fanned and Hoy hit a hot
grounder to Kennedy that the latter
turned up In the air. and Arthur
scored. Miller getting out at the plate
In Jhe sixth Rebsamen hit the first
one tossed up and went to second on
Mullanej's sacrifice. Middleton hit
an eccentric dusty one down to Berte
which that very competent shortstop
lanea to suck, to and a score came
in. Owens lived on Berte's error and
stole, but Arthur grounded. In the
f eventh Miller planked a safe one into
ielt and Hughes advanced him with
saennce. late gave Mm third on
another unselfish one and Hoy eave
us tne score, ueosamen was safe,
but Mullaney fanned. Middleton
opened the locals' half of the eighth
th a J-bagger and Owens brought
him in with a hot one over second
base. Arthur's grounder to Berte
was handled for a double and Miller
Cedar Raplda' Story.
Dalquist, the first man up for the
visitors, walked, and Berte sacrificed
The runner took third on a wild
tnrow by Miner to caton mm at sec
ond. Kennedy was out on a ground
er, but the run came in. Norcom
drilled, but tried to steal with
fatal effect. The other two runs
were made in the seventh. Trice
walked and stole, Hill giving him an
other on a sacrifice. Weaver followed
with a hit and Trice stepped on the
rubber. Gibson had bis eye and
walked, and Dalquist made it good
wun a z Dagger that brought in one
run. Berte hit to short and
Weaver died at the plate, Gibson
taking third. Then followed one of
the pretty plays of the game. Berte
stole and Rebsamen pretended to
throw him out. He threw low. Mil
ler nabbed it and turning on Gibson
nipped him at third. It was Rebaa-
men's trick successfully executed
la the ninth the fans held their
breath for a time. Trice hit
and Hill was safe ou Hughes'
error. Weaver advanced them both
on a sacrifice and Gibson walked
But Dalquist fanned ignominously
and Berte made In nisei I sick by put
ting a small grounder in Middleton's
paws, lie re lis:
Owens, 2b. . . .
R. II. T. A. K.
Dalquist. If 1 1 0 0 01
Berte. ss U I 2 2 1
Kennedy, 2b 0 2 1 3 3
Norcom, cf 0 0 3 0 0
Clossson. lb 0 0 10 0 01
Trice, rf 1 1 1 0 0
Hill, 3b ; 0 0 12 0
Weaver.c... 1 16 2 0
K. II. p. A.
0 0 2 0
0 2 2 1
12 6 3
0 1 10 1
12 2 6
0 2 4 0
5 12 27, 16
Score by innings:
Rock Island....! 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 5
Cedar Rapids.. 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 03
Earned rons Rock Island 4, Cedar
Rapids 2. Two-base bits Hoy, Dal
quist. Three-base hits Hughes, Mid
dleton. Bases stolen Owens (2),
Kennedy. Trice. Double pity Berte-
Kennedy-Closson. Bases on balls
Miller 7. Struck out Miller 4, Gib
son 5- Time of game 1:40. Umpire
At It loo minx too.
Bloomington won one of the most
exciting games of the season by the
score of 10 to 9, defeating Eransville.
in the ninth inning, witn tne score
9 to 6 in favor of the viaUors, the
locals went in and batted outHhe vic
tory. The feature of the game was
the hitting of the locals and Cinners'
fielding. Tho score:
Bloomington.. 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 410
Evansvllle 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 9
Batteries Beedles and Belt, Haley
and Roth. Hits Bloomington 12.
Eransville 7. Errors Bloomington
8, Eransville 6.
Elliott's pitching proved a puzzle
for the visitors and tbey were at no
time in sight of victory. The score
Rockford 0 3001030 07
Davenport 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 02
Batteries Elliott and Hanford,
Carriveaa and Evers. Hits Rock'
ford 6, Davenport 6. Errors Rock-
ford 1, Davenport 4.
At Terr Haute.
Terre Haute's winning club, which
had gained favor on its trip, returned
home and lost a poorly played game.
In the fourth inning Brown was hit
freely and the team became demoral
Decatur 0 006100029
Terre Hante ...0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 02
Batteries Dorner and Rollins,
Brown and Starnagle. Hits Deca
tur 11. Terre Haute 8. Errors De
catur 3, Terre Haute 4.
Mote of the Dlamoad.
As referred to yesterdav, O'Brien,
the new third baseman, has arrived.
He will play todav.
ltebssnien a work behind the bu
was the feature yesterday. He was
cool as a cucumber all through the
struggle and showed himself a gen
eral at critical moments. He bit the
ireicnier, me now pitcner, is a
trifle wild as yet. He is working out
the kinks, however, and will probably
bs able to do the throwing tomorrow.
ibree errors by Kennedy Is bad
news for the folks at home. Snapper
is one oi the fastest innelders in the
league, but he takes lots of chances.
late was the only man on the Rock
Island team who did not get a hit
yesterday. Hard luck, Harry.
Kran. is booked to pitch today
Norcom and Hale, of Cedar Rapids,
are both part ludian.
Manager Harry bage said Monday
that his team would start playing
winning ball before the week was out
And Doc" guessed right the very
Girls, remember you are admitted
free tomorrow. Go out and cheer
the boys along with your smiles.
Ladies day tomorrow.
Sage is not making many mistakes
in the new men he has been selecting
Rebsamen is a man to be counted
on at every stsge of the game. He
fields beautifully and is a terror o
pitchers, whether he hits safely or
The way Rebsamen goes after the
ball when at bat is enough to give
the opposing pitcher nervous pros
Etn th Davflnnort nanera ra ho-
ginning t chide Carther Evers for
K - r
his bad temper
Davenport patrons of the game have
petitioned rresiaent box ton for the re
instatement of Umpire Jr. B. Voris,
who has been suspended.
J. he good results of Mullaney s held
captaincy are beginning to be shown
at all points of the game
The old head work of Mullaney and
Rebsamen was shown at critical
times. It pulled the locals eut of
tight places in two innings and
saved tne game at last.
If Indianapolis goes up and thus
disrupts the Western association
there will be plenty of players in the
market and Hock Island may get its
old favorite, Bey. It Is to be hoped,
however, that the Westera will stick
A movement is on foot to have
an exhibition game for the
benefit of Fielder Hopkins the next
time tne two teams meet, it is h
worthy proposition and ono that all
patrons of the game would cheerfully
When Rock Island was here and
President Sexton came down to in
vestigate Umpire Camp the Rock
Island men sustained the umpire and
the president. Now they have Camp
ninpirlog in that section of the coun
try, and the roar that is coming irom
the Rock Island players and the Rock
Island papers can be heard through
out the length and breadth of the cir
cuit. Decatur Herald.
Games la Oenere.1. - .
Chicago. July 11. Following are
nxtriijr' T .en cue records at nase
mall: At Rt. Ill s Brooklyn 1. M.
I.niilH : at
Cincinnati New York X
Cinicnnatl 0: at Chicago l'hlianei-
Phla !. Chlraeo 2: at I'lttmuirg Kos-
tnn O. Pittahtirs: 1 (twelve Inning).
American League: At Milwaukee
rhloairo 3. Milwaukee 4 (eleven ln-
nlnjrsi: at Cleveland Detroit 7. Cleve
land 4: at Washington Baltimore ;,
Washinirton !: at Boston Thiladel-
nhla 13. Boston .
Western Association: ai commons
. a A .
Dayton 10. Columbus 5: at Indian
apolis Grand Rapids 10. Indianapolis i
4; av ?T?rn Tqieflo Marion o.
I FUND FOR HEW CHAIR
Atiustana College Friends
Sweden Have Already
MOVEMENT BIGUII BY DR. AUDEEEN
President. Elect's Thirty-eighth
Street Home to Be
Friends of Augustana college in
far-away Sweden have contributed of
their wealth a total of 60,000 crowns,
or about $16,000. for the endowment
of a chair in Swedish literature and
language at the local institution of
At the meeting of the new board of
directors Monday at the college word
was received that the full amount had
been raised. Phis movement was
started and worked very largely by
Dr. Gustave Andreen, the new presi
dent of the college, during his year
of study abroad.,
The board discussed the advisabil
ity of calling additional instructors
for the seminary, but action was de
ferred until the next meeting. The
growth in attendance mak-js action
To Improve President's Home.
The board decided to subject the
president's mansion to a complete
renovation before the arrival of Tres-
ident-elect Gustave A. Andreen with
his family, some time next month,
The house is a 14-room structure on
Thirty-eighth street, near Seventh ave
nue, at the eastern extremity of the
college grounds, and the work out
lined by the board contemplates con
verting it into a home worthy of the
president of the institution, iho ex
terior of the house will be repainted.
In the interior a hot water .heating
plant will bo installed, new floor will
be laid, and gas and electric light
fixtures put in. Dr. Andreen will
have the use of the houe rent free.
in addition to the salary of fl.suu a
year voted him by the sjnod.
MOLINE JOURNAL SOLD:
STANLEY THE EDITOR
The Moline Daily Journal has
changed hands, Myron Jordan, who has
been proprietor of the paper for the
past three years, disposing of it to J.
M. Farnham, Warren L Eastman and
T. I. Stanley.
The transaction took effect today.
Mr. Stanley, who has been city editor
under Mr. Jordan, is now editor in
chief, while Messrs. Farnham and
Eastman will look after the business
interests and mechanical department,
The new owners win incorporate as
the Moline Journal Trintlng company.
with a capital of f 3,000, and the paper
will be conducted without material
change for the present.
Mr- Jordan Has not fully matured
his plans as to the future, but will
take a rest for the summer before
looking for other fields of operation.
Uentry la Coming;.
The society editor will probably
overlook the arrival in this city of
Mr. and Mrs. bnyder, but society it
self will not be so careless. True
Mr. Snjder does not pretend to be a I
gentleman, nor can Mrs. Snyder boast
of the proud title of lady. Xsotwitb-
standing this handicap the couple are
very popular in Rock Island. Iney
- . .
cnarming entertainers, grace ui
uautcifli ciuBuii uiQaoDlB. pjpuwi
everywhere, and never gossip about
their "nabors " .Neither was ever
known to speak harshly and their na
ture is at all times manifest. They
have both traveled extensively, but
never bore one by long drawn out de
scriptions of tho many sights they
have seen. The children love them
and thev love the children. In fact,
every fond mother wishes her little
ones to spend an afternoon or evening
with Mr. and Mrs. bnyder. one
knows they will enjoy themselves im
mensely because this pair are only
two of the beautiful little animals
among the ouu comprising uentry
mothers famous trained animal exhi
bition which will mate this city a
visit for one day next Wednesday,
The JooVfy'i rioKjr.
The Iicgy of a Jockey's life Is 'tak
ing on flesh." rays Alnslce's. "lie
Ireads this as a beauty dreads to lose
lirr charms, and M whole thought
from tho age of 1G to 25 is to avoid the
enrrstrop'jo. This Is the pernicious
fep.trro cf tho life and distinguishes It
ns a i-.c.n::mii rport from noxing or
from football. In which the physical
ix'lnjr l developed aceordins to thei
laws of nature and Is not outraged or
balked. In order to reduce bis weight
nine itoruda Monk Overton once re
mained In a Turkish bath from 10 p.
tn. one tay until M p. m. the next, wuu
uo nourishment except a enn of tea
and some toast.
Again. Mike Bergen, mounted on a
favorite, rode such a poor race that the
stewards came to the paddock to Inves
tigate and punish him for fraudulent
ridiug. They forgave the performance.
however, when they found him col
lapsed and unable to sitonk. Knowing
that he had to ride at a certain weight.
Bergen had spent 4S hours in a Turk
ish bath, eating nothing whatever.
When he reached the track, he was so
weak that a stimulant was necessary.
The one drink of whisky he took so
demorallred his faculties that be could
scarcely kecj hjs8eat Jn.lhe.adlkv.-
I "Such a v!oIatIonof physical devel-'
opment at the age when a boy should
be most rapidly maturing makes it dif
. flcuit for a Jockey ever to become ro- I
: bust. Moreover, the mere riding of a 1
race is a terrible drain on the nerve
iorce or a jocKey. a Doy may lose a
pound of weight In a bard race."
LEARNING A TRADE. . -
Daaser of Making a. Specialist
of a Beginner.
it is generally to the interest or an
employer that an apprentice should not I
learn bis trade as a whole-, but only a
little section of it, says Joseph Homer
In Cassiers Magazine. It pays better
to keep a lad reieatlngl the perform
ance of one sectiou of bis craft than
to teach blni all. More money is made.
xsuc tne apprentice Hwotiies a young
Kpcciallst, a prig In his teens, cocksure
over some little piece of liundicrnft at
which he may earn something over" his
normal wages, and many a lad does
not become disillusioned until he has to
face the -world and try his luck In
And therefore the 1est shops In
which to place a lad are not the big es
tablishments, but the small ones, where
every class of work Is done and where
tools and appliances are often scant.
A lad will learn more in these than In
those replete with every appliance and
minutely subdivided Into sections and
The best training for a lad today Is
that which he can evolve for himself.
The greatest evil that can befall him
Is to become a specialist and nothing
more while In his teens. Yet that is
what must happen if he spends several
years tending machines or doing re
petitive, unvarying tasks In one big es
The best training, therefore, today is
that gathered by tlio peripatetic youth.
If a lad cannot gain experience in one
place, he should move about, gathering
as much as lie can accumulate with
one firm, then ou to another, and at
tending training schools as opportunity
offers. Ills views become broadened,
ho becomes self reliant, and in time,
having found his true work, he may
settle down as a specialist.
DRESS UP FOR SUICIDE.
Said to lie an Invariable Itule With
Women Seeking Death.
If I should ever be called upon to
furnish indisputable proof of the In
herent pride of woman," said a police
sergeant, "I would point at once to her
Invariable rule of dressing up in her
best clothes w hen she goes out to com
mit suicide. In my experience on tho
force I have bad occasion to handle a
good many suicides and afterward In
vestigate their personal affairs, and In
every instance I have found that the
poor unfortunates prepared themselves
for death by donning their best bib and
"The majority of the printed reports
of suicides say that tlie clothes of the
dead woman were 'good' or 'well made'
or 'elegant.' If the woman contemplat
ing suicide owns a silk waist, she
wears It. Her broadcloth skirt and silk
petticoat naturally go with this gar
ment, and she selects her best shoes.
"I have looked up the history of
many of these respectably clad suicides
and have found that they owned but
one gown with which they could make
it decent appearance on the street and
that that one good dress was chosen
without exception as the appropriate
garb in which to make the exit from
this world's stage. It makes no differ
ence what manner of death is chosen.
the costume Is carefully selected.
'Let a woman sleep her life away un
der the Influence of drugs or burn her
soul out with acids or sink Into the
slime of the river, she clothes herself in
her most becoming garments and seeks
the end with apparent trauouillity.
ner Instinct of genfility and elegance
In clothes is with her to the last, and
even In the face or death she shrinks
from a public appearance In unbecom
ing raiment." New York Sun.
IIIrIi Moan t a In a of the Moon.
The Leibnitz range attaius enormous
Altitudes above the average level of the
moon's surface and is sometimes seen
projected far beyond the regular curva
ture of disk, thus destroying the circu
lar contour and giving it a notched or
serrated aspect. Several of the peaks
of these southern mountains measure
30,000 feet in altitude, while one has
been estimated to attain the great
height of 30.000 feet. All tho chief
mountains of the moon which can be i
seen from the earth with a telescope
have had their heights ascertained. The
German observers. Beer and Maedler,
have calculated the height of no fewer
than 1,005 lunar mountains. The Do-1
rlel mountains supply an Instance of
great elevation, the peaks of the three
leading ones being between 25,000 and
2G.000- feet high. Among other lunar
peaks may be mentioned Huygbens,
21.000 feet: ITadley. 15.000 feet; Brad
ley, 13.000 feet, and Wolf, 11,000 feet.
Practically." says an undertaker
quoted by the Philadelphia Record,
"every corpse nowadays Is embalmed.
Perhaps not one body In a hundred Is
burled without having the fluid inject
ed, and that settles It. Yon won't read
your obituary notices then. .People
are coming to realize this more and
more, and the old dread of being burled
alive is fast dying out. But these
nervous Individuals have yot to nave
some sort of post mortem bugaboo to
worry them. If It Isn't one thing. It's
another, and as soon as you convince
them that thev are not going to be
buried alive they get grave robbers on
the brain. That's why we are now
making a specialty of burglar proof
caskets. Fact, I assure you."
The earliest mention of shoes is in
an Egyptian papyrus about 2,200 years
We Have just Received a Shipment of Boys', Youths'
and Little Misies'
In the newest up-to-date styles The leathers are Vici Kid,
Velours. Calf and Casco Calf. The best wearing and best fit
ling Boys' shoe in the city.
Central Shoe Store,
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Koom 38. Office hours 8
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I Siad four teeth extracted positively painless. I cheerfully recommend to the
public that tbe doctor's anaesthetic la pe.-f ectly harmless for elderly people at well
tbe young. T O. Felts, M. D.
fhad six teeth extracted without pain. The doctor Is very caraful.n hla ex
tracting. I recommend bim highly. C. W. Donald, 107 Fourth avenue.
Don't hurt a bit. I had 15 teeth extracted absolutely without pain. Mrs. W H.
Wise. 23 Fourteenth btreet.
I had eight teeth crowned with gold and five gold fillings. All work was abso
lutely painless- Miss Agnes Bergendabl, bbJ Twenty-sixth street.
At one sitting I had 17 teeth extracted painlessly. M; gums were not sore at
all. Mrs. Martin Jacobson. 4616 Seventh avenue.
My face was badly swollen from an ulcerated tooth. They extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, 3237 Third street and Fifth avenue.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS . . . , . $2.50 and up
Teeth Extracted Free Whan Plates are Ordered
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth Btreet and Third Atcdo.
eauty is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
Laundry. By modern methods and . care
ful and skilled help their laundry work
3 the best that is turned out in this vicin
ity. Their services .Is prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUZRSFELD & SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 1298.
Beautiful and Useful.
A cooling and attraclivo
adornment, for a summer
lawn is ono of our Automatic
Sprinklers. Turn on the
water it does the rest. Tbe
lawn is better for it, and it
looks well; not a bit expen
sive, bnt an economical in
vestment. A Opposite Harper Mouse.
1712 Second Avenue
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