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IBS ABOm' SaTVnDAl.' JUJA 13. 1001.
We have Just Received a Fine
Which we will put on
sale at ioc a pair
Cash paid for old cold and sil
ver. Telephone 4474. Goods
39-321 Twentieth Street.
A Sensible Hat.
You can't be comfortable
in hot weather without
a straw hat, and these
hats will give you the
most comfort, - because
they are fashionable, as
well as light and airv.
A sbao graceful and
lasting, a shade that is
d arable. Call and see
1714 Second Avenue.
Just me Thing
For any function whether
formal or modest, you'll Gad
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
tics. Let us have an order.
uur ice uream is dtnctiy fiigniput out at third. Dalquist walked.
Grade, Pure and De
licious. Try onr Yankee and Sultana
roll. It's, a winner Don't
forgot that we are leaders in
everything that a first-class
bakery and confectionery
turns out. Physicians rec
ommend our whole wheat
broad for the sick, why won't
it bo good for the healthy f
it is made by us only
Iron the Purina Health Flour.
Tours for ilgh grade,
Frank J. Math.
Formerly Kroll St Math.
rhoa 1168. 1311713 Scccsd Jve
BOTH FIND -THE BALL
Cedar Rapids Has a Little
Better Luck Than the
OLD FASHIONED SLUGGING MATCH
Umpire Smith Contributes
Part in Rank Decisions
fiayed. Won Lost. Per Ct
Cedar Rapids Ml 36 21 .ICI
lUoomlngton hi 37 24 .M7
Terrell auto k & 2.S .1x3
Davenport Hi 31 !S J3'
Rockford su ao .4M
Rock Inland i0 vt r.i
Decatur. nft 'is S3 .4:11
Evansvule. CO 17 43 .133
GAMES TODAY AMD SUNDAY.
Hock Island at Rockford.
Davenport at Cedar Rapids.
Erausville at Decatur..
Blooniington at Terro Haute
at the Twelfth street
park yesterdav was one of the old-
fashioned kind plenty of slugging.
Milton was in the box for Kick Island
and was touched up to the tune of 15
hits, but the Shamrock were also
there with the goods, for thev not
only batted Dalquist nut of the box,
but landed on Ashton, whom they
could hardly touch before. The Rock
islanders played a good hard up-hill
game and clearly showed that they
have shaken off the habit of quitting
when their opponents' have secured
After Cedar Rapids had battod in
their seven runs the Shamrocks didn't
give up as of yore, but instead ham
mered faithfully away, bebrader, the
new man at short, didn't have
chance to show what he was worth.
but seems to be all right. Arthur
played a great came in right.
gathering in seven flies, and some of
them were hard chances, too.
Smith s umpiring was probably the
poorest seen on the Kock Island
grounds this season. While Cedar
Rapids was victorious through
fortunate stick work and bet
ter base running. nevertheless
Smith's decisions went far .in
disheartening the local aggre
gallon, lie was particularly severe
on Milton, sending to base at least
two men who should have registered
in the strike out column. To put the
nnisning toucn on nis record, vnen
the score was tied in the ninth. Smith
called Ashton safe at third, placing
him where he was sore of home when
Kennedy laced out bis "1 sacker. Ah
ton was undoubtedly oat for leaving
second and running on the 11 r
ball that Hoy caught, at least so
many in the bleachers thought he was
that after the game tbey pursued
Smith off the grounds hooting and
Locals Start With a Kuih.
In tne first inning for Cedar Rap
ids, Dalquist got his base. Berte
sacrificed, Kennedy flaw out, Nor.
com ssftied and was put out a mo
ment later when he tried to steal
Kock Island started with a ruth
O'Brien was out short to first. Owens
saftled, stole second and went to third
on Weaver's wild throw. Hoy singled,
scoring Owens. Bebsaxnen singled to
right. Hoy going to third. Tate
knocked a high, scoring Hoy, Mulla
ocy hit and Schradcr popped up.
In the second, Cedar Uapids was
blanked. For Rock Island, Arthur
singled, took second on McFarland's
error, Milton sacrificed him to third,
O'Brieu singled to right, scoring
Arthur. Owens and Hoy went out.
In the third, neither side scored.
In the fourth for Kock Island. Arthur
walked, Milton hit one too hot for
Hill to handle, Arthur going to
third. O'Brien flew out, Arthur scor
ing and Milton being doubled at first.
Owens was safe on Price's muff, but
Hoy flew out.
Visitors Taks at Tori at Slncclng.
In the fifth Cedar Rapids got in
a series of long drives and won the
game. Mclarland fanned out, Dal
quist walked, Berte landod on one of
Milton's shoots for a S-bagger, scor
ing Dalquist. Kennedy duplicated
cerie's ieat ana iierte came in. jsor
cum knocked over Owens' bead, scor
ing Berte. Closson hit to short and
Norcom came trotting home. Trice
hit safely, scoring Closson. Hill
kept up the good work and knocked
a beautiful 2-bagger, scoring rrice.
Hill stole third, weaver knocked to
Mullaney. who muffed. Hill scoring,
Than MpVarlanri Hour anrl Wttvnr immm
Berte knocked one to third too hot to
handle, McFarland taking third
Kennedy flew to Arthur. Total, seven
runs. Cedar Bapids secured another
in the sixth on bits bv Closson and
Rock Island landed three In the
sixth. O'Brien walked, Owens hit
safe. Hoy singlod, scoring O'Brien.
Rebsamen hit safe. Tate hit Dal
quist with a hot one and was put out.
Mullaney bit, scoring Jioy and Reb
samen. In tbe. seventh Cedar Rapids got
one on hits by Berto and Kennedy.
uock island also came to tbe
scratch with one. After Arthur went
out Milton 2-bascd and O'Brien
singled, scoring Milton.
Afoor ITearly Oyer.
Cedar Rapids was goose-egged .in
tbe eighth. In this . inning Rock
Island started to land on Ashton, who
was put in in the seventh. After
Tate was out Mullaney singled,
Scbrader reached first on an error
by Hill, Arthur hit to short and was
safe. Milton hit to second, Mnllsney
scoring, Weaver passed a ball and
Scbrader came home. With the score
10 and 10. it seemed as if the Sham
rocks would win. for tbey were hlt
titting Athton at will, -while Milton
seemed to be steadying down t bit.
Ashton brought In the score that
won the game. He knocked a,bounu
er down to Schrader, who muffed it.
Dalquist sacrificed. Berte flew to
Hoy, Ashton tsking third on a rank
decision of Smith's. Kennedy 2-bssed,
scoring Ashton. Then Norcom went
out. Owens to Mullaney.
For Rock Island things started in
fine style. Owens singled, Jimmy Hoy
came and tried hard, but was called out.
Rebsamen knocked to second and was
safe, but Tate flew out and Rock
Island's chances' went glimmering
wten Owens was caught at third.
O'Brien. 3b 1
Owens. 2b.... 1
Hoy, cf 2
Rebsamen, c 1
Tate, If 0
Mullaney, lb 1
Schrader, as 1
Arthur, rf 2
Milton, p 1
Totals 10 15 27 10 5
Dalquist, If, p
Price. If :
Hill. 3 b
Weaver, c 0
McFarland, if 0
Ashton, p 1
Total 11 15 27 9 9
Score by innings:
Rock Island... 2 1 0 1 0 3 1 2 010
Cedar Rapids. 1 0 0 0 7 1 1 0 111
Two-base hits Milton. Rebsamen.
Tate. Hill, Trice, Berte. Kennedy (2).
Tnrec-bae hits Berte, Kennedy,
Closson. Hill. Stolen bases Dalquist,
Price (3). Bises on balls Milton 4,
Dalquist 3. Struck out Milton 5,
Dalquist 2, Ashton 2. Hit by pitoher
Mullaney. Passed ball Weaver.
Time of game 2:10. Umpire
At Tsrrs II ante.
In the last of the ninth inning and
with two Terra Haute players out,
the first and only run of tbe game was
let in by Decatur's right lielder drop
ping Kreig's fly. In Decatur's half
of tbe ninth Connelly was called out
at home by a throw from right, cat
ting off the only chance in tbe game
tbe visitors had for scoring Score:
Terre Haute ...00000000 11
Decatur 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Batteries Swaim and Starmiglo,
Dorner and Rollins II ts Terra Haute
4. Decatur 4. Errors Tcrre Haute
1, Decatur 3.
At Bock ford.
The IocaIs gave Brennan uo sup.
port, aid lost by a score of 7 to 9. In
tbe seventh Inning tbey fell opon
Stauffer for five singles and a 3-bigger,
bat could not overcome the Dav
enport lead Score:
Davenport..."..! 1 1
2 1 3 0 0 09
0 0 0 4 1 07
Rockford 1 1 0
Stauffer and Evers
14. Davenport 11.
7, Davenport 2.
. ai loom log ion.
Bloomington made it three straight
by defeating Evansvillo 6 to 2 Tbe
locals piled up live runs in tbe fourth
on two errors, a single, a double and
homo run. The visitors made their
only two in the sixth on three costly
Bloomington.. 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 6
Evansvllle 0 0000200 02
Batteries McGrcevy and Belt, Pol-
chow and Roth. Hits Bloomington
o. fevansville 9. Errors Blooming
ton o, jvansviiie 4.
Notes of tbe DUmaiil.
Charles McFarland, a brother of
Mcnt McFarland, who was a member
of a former Rock Island team, joined
ittaar itapias nere yesterday, lie is
Manager Sage and bis team
left over the Milwaukeo at 7:30 this
morning for Rockford. Middleton
was able to go along, but may not
play for a few days, as he is not yet
rauy recovered from nis illness, in
the meantime Schradcr will oover
short. Rothermcl hopes to bo able
to join tbe team at Cedar Rapids
itock isiana piays tnree games
at Rockford. then switches over to
Cedar Rapids, returning home for a
stay of 15 days at the conclusion of
the latter engagement.
Nlcol came pretty close to keeping
bis promise to make it
Jap Poor is plaving a great game
Tbe attendance is trowing all
around the circuit.
Nice turnout of ladies yesterdav.
Too bad we couldn't win.
Everybody hit the ball, anyway.
Hughes is going for a visit with
his folks In Kentucky. .
One girl fan was beard to say com
ing in on tbe car that if she was a
man she would hand Umpire Smith a
bunch of fives.
It Is to be hoped that we have
finally seen the last of Smith.
It was Milton's on a ay. ino best
of them have them.
Tbe best part of it was that the
Rock Island team, instead of going to
pieces, hammered away and came
within an inch of pulling out a vic
tory ia the fsce of adversity and
Smith's rank unfairness. That is the
way to play. '
Xbe experiences . aiock isianu bas
had with excuses for umpires should
1 iflWA mm m ,rntn(T t.fi PrflkMAnfr R...
ton to give employment to no more
Three beauties in the role of urn
pi re Abbott, Camp, Smith.
No wonder that tome of the enthu
Blasts from tbe bieacners took occa
sion to go down on the diamond after
the game and forcibly tell umpire
Binitn wnat tney tnougni or mm.
i.et a little more snap int- your
team. Harry, and you wiu come out
Every one seemed pleised with the
new line up of the home team, any
The publio should not blame Mil
ton. It is never well to build too
much. Not even ball players are in
it does not look as n any more
changes would be needed, that i
when the invalid players get back
into tbe game.
The Shamrocks tried hard to win
despite misfortune, out muu was
against them at every turn.
Smith started the mischief by cle
priving Milton of several clean strikes
on the opposing batsmen.-
Smith is evidently trying desperate
ly to make the good pitchers appear as
rank in tbe box as ne was mmself.
Arthur covered himself with glory
When Milton found that he had an
off day in the box he did not lay down
He went in and triod to save the game
wltn tbe willow. And be came very
The best way to treat Smith is to
lay him off until next season without
The team has found that there is
nothing in giving up when behind.
It has now to learn that it does not
ay to be too sanguine when in the
ead. Tbe game is never cither won
or lost until it is over. Be in the
game no matter bow it is going.
Rebsamen well, everybody likes
Stick to it boys you're getting
ino bovs claim to nave uad nve
games deliberately stolen from them
by umpires so far.
Tbe team is clamoring for a change
in uniform, and it is understood would
like to wear the gray and black outfit
that Rook Island's victorious and
lucky team of two years ago had. Tbe
management is so anxious to g.ve tbe
players anything they want so that
they win, that it is said to be consid
ering seriously the idea of calling in
tbe old uniforms and bavlng tbem
washed and trimmed up and turned
tbem over to tbe nine. Aside from
the fact that tbe old uniforms are
probably cooler than the darker ones.
the players are superstitious enough
to think that a change in suits may
change their luck.
Teams from the Peoria general
oriices and tbe Woodmen ollice are
playing a game of ball at the Twelfth
street park this afternoon.
I be beventu Ward Stars and tbe
Moline Black Cats are to play a game
of ball tomorrow altcrcmn on luiriy
ninth street between Siith and Sev
enth avenues, In this citv.
(iamss In Usneral.
Chlcnco. July Yrsl onlay's
I.onirup rw-ord at las lall was us fol
lows: At St. Iiuis Now York 2. St.
I .on is .1 leven Innings): nt Cincinnati
Hmoklyn s. Cincinnati : nt I'itts-
lniri: riiil.ilclihi:i 4. I'ntsburjr
ifoiirtocn innings): nt Cliioaxo Hus
ton 7. Chicago O.
American League: At Boston Phil
fldclphia .', Boston .": ut Haltiinon
Washington H. Baltimore 12: nt De
troit Cleveland T. Detroit 2.
Western Association: At Coluinlni
Dayton H. Columbus .": at Wheeling
;raml HtipWIs 0. Wheeling 0.
DEPOT AT COAL VALLEY
DESTROYED BY FIRE
The depot at Coal Valley on the
Peoria road was discovered to be on
tire yesterday about noon, and owing
to its extreme dryness and tbe lack
of water a successful combat with the
dimes was impossible. The agent,
S. A. Montgomery, gavo the alarm
and with tbe assistance of tbe vil
lagers succeeded in saving the records
of the office and most of the freight in
the freight room. The loss i about
f'.00, fully covered by insurance.
The building was an old one and
plans for a new depot at that point
have been drawn up at tho offices in
this city. The old structure was to
have been fixed up and used as a
freight house. Temporary quarters
will be arranged till the new building
csn be erected, it Is supposed the
tire originated from' a spark from an
engine catcning in tne shingle rooi.
ANOTHER SNAG FOUND
BY STEAMER DUBUQUE.
The stoamer Dabunuo, while being
towed up stream yesterday, struck
another snag near New Boston, break
ing a couple of chains with which the
patched up hull is held together and
necessitating another stop for repairs.
The break was not a serious one and
thero was no leak sprung. Tbe W.
J. Young and the Gatdie Eastman
will tow ner to Muscatine this even
ing, where it is expected sto will be
picked up tomorrow by tbe Saturn
and brought on north.
8b XMda't VTaar a Mask.
But her beauty' was completely
bidden by sores, blotches and pim
ples till she used Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. Then they vanished, as will
all eruptions, fever sores, boils.
ulcers, carbuncles and felons from its
use. infallible for cuts, com t, burns,
scalds and piles. Cure tru ranteed.
25 cents at Hartz & Ullemeyer'a.
Headaches, dizzy spells, bad blood,
rheumatism, indigestion, constipa
tion, absolutely cured if you take
Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madi
son lea company. T. II. 1 nomas'
DROWNED UT OUIHGY
Sad Fate That Overtakes Fred C.
Blochlinger, Well Known
Rock Island Man.
TO BE BBOTJGHT HEBE FOB BUEIAL
Here Five Months Ago
Take a Position in the
' Gem City.
Fred C. Blochlinger, the well known
Rock Island stove moldcr. was
drowned in the Mississippi at Qaincy
last night. Tbe sad announcement
came in a telegram to relatives dur
ing the night, another following
stating that the body had been recov
ered. No details of the fatality have
been received, but tne supposition is
that tne unfortunate man bad been
Joseph and trank Blochlinger,
brothers of the deceased, left this
morning for yuincv to accompany
tbo remains to Rock Island. The
funeral will probably occur Monday
ana win be neid under tne auspices
of Iron Molders' union. 230, of which
deceased was a member while work
ing at his trade here, having trans
ierrea nis card to tne u tincv union
when he removed to that place about
five months ago to take a position in
tbe shops of (Jomstock, Castle & Co
It eared la the City.
ired Blochlinger was '-it years of
age and single. He was reared in
this city and learned his trade as mol
der at tbe plant of the Rock Island
Stove company, for whom he worked
many years, lie was a Bteady and
industrious young man and had
host of friends, who will be deeply
grieved by bis untimely end.
Abe remains will arrive bere to
morrow n.ornlng and tbe funeral will
be held at '. a. m. Monday from St.
BIG TRAVELING ZOO.
lorlrallrd Collection of Wild Animal!
WUu RlngllDf; Broa.' Circa.
Itingling Brothers' menagerie,
which will be seen with this famous
big show when it exhibits in Daven
port next Thursday, July 19, is the
largest and most complete zoological
collection in the world. The display
is complete in every detail. It con
tains more specimens of raro wild
beasts than all tbe other circuses and
zoological gardens in America com.
bined. The magnitudo of tbe collec
tion is sufficiently indicated when the
statement is made that it embraces SO
elephants, ranging from the tiniest of
baby elephants to a herd of tbe largest
pachyderm i in tbe world, together
with scores of other led animais and
a hundred deus and cages of rare and
costly wild beasts, mcluding tbe only
giraffe now known to exist. Tbe
method of displaying these animals
is admirablo Tbe great menagerie
fiavilion is arranged like avast zoolog
oal garden. In the center spaces are
displayed tbe e.ephants, the great
berd of camels, the curious l'hilip
pine buffaloes, tbe dwarf sacred cat
tle the 60 Shetland ponies and other
led animals. '1 he wild animal dens,
which arc handsomely carved and
gorgeously decorated, line tbe wall?.
with a broad esplanade between. A
successful effort bas been made to ex
hiblt the animals in such a wsv as to
illustrate their life in a natural state
The aquaria in which the hippopot
ami, sea lions, seals and other water
frequenting animals, are exhibited, is
supplied with constantly ilowing
water. Tbe aviary comprises near
ly a score of handsome, gold-illuml-
nated cages, tilled with tho gayly
pluminaged birds of every land. The
children's menagerie, with its tinv
cages of animals, has tbe largest and
most varied collections of monkeys,
apes, chimpanzees and other simians
ever placed on exhibition for
the pleasure and profit of the
little folks. Among the hundreds
of other curious animals there are
many rarely soen in captivity. Thero
is a ferocious bi-horned rhinoceros, a
lino specimen of tbe gnu. or horned
horse; monster white Polar bears; a
den of black tigers; several superb
specimens of the Royal Bsngal tiger.
scores of lions, zebras, kangaroos and
many other wild animals, and a mag
nificent display of mammoth desoit
ostriches An bour spent ia RingHng
Brothers' menagerie 'u a fitting intro
duction to the performance in the
vast hippedrome pavilion. The ctr-
cas, like tbe menagerie, is bigger and
better than ever this year. Scores of
new arenic features bavo been secured
for tbe present season 30 riders. 60
arrobats, an equal number of aerial
ists, 40 clowns and a great congress
of other high class specialists con
tribute to a tnagniticent 3-ring circus
performance, which is thrillingly con.
eluded with an all-new Roman hippo
drome, presented upon an uncqualed
scale of grandeur and completeness.
A I'oor Millionaire
Lately starved in 1ondon because
ho could not digest his food. Early
use of Dr. King's New Life Pills
would have saved him. Tbey
strengthen the stomach, aid digestion.
promote assimilation, improve appe
tite. Price V5 cents. Money back if
not satisfied. Sold by Hariz & Ulle
I owe mv whole life to Burdock
Blood Bitters. Scrofu ous sores cov
ered my body. 1 seemed beyond cure.
B. B. B. has made mo a perfectly
well-woman." Mrs. Charles Hutton,
Tan Shoe Sae
Some interesting Bargains for
and Rusian Calf Shoes, the $4.00 grade at
Men's Vici Kid and Russia Calf Shoes, tbe f 3.50 grade
All tbe $2 50 and $3 00 grades go at one price
Odds snd ends in Men's Shoes, good quality bat broken in sizes
Misses' and Children's Shoes to close out quick at 50c, 75c, 85c
Central Shoe Store.
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8 a. m
6 p. in., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514.
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
I bad four teetb extracted positively painless. I cheerfully recommend to the
public that tbe doctor's anaesthetic la pe.-fectly harmless for elderly people at weU
tbe young. T O. Felts, M. D
fbad six teetb extracted without pain. The doctor Is very ear ful n his ex
tracting. 1 recommend blm bighly. C. W. Donald, 17 Fourth avenue.
Don't hurt a biw I had 15 teeth extracted absolutely without pain. Mra. W XL
Wise. 823 Fourteenth street.
I had eight teeth crowned wltb gold and five gold fillings. All work was abso
lutely painless Miss Agnes Uergendahl, 554 Twenty-sixth street.
At one Kitting I bad 17 teetb extracted painlessly. My gums were not sore at
all Mrs. Martin Jacobson. 4-516 Seventh avenue.
My face was badiy swollen from an ulcerated tooth. Tbey extracted the tooth
without pain. Charles Carlson, Third street and tilth avenue.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
. CROWNS $2.50 and up
Teeth Extracted Free When 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 Street and Third Avenne.
eauty is Uppermost.
Is the work of the Rock Island Steam
Laundry. By modern methods and care
ful and skilled help their laundry work
Is the best that Is turned out In this vicin
ity. Their services 13 prompt and patrons
are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BAUEBSFELD A SEXTON. 1814 Third Avenue. Telephone 1293.
Beautiful and Useful.
A cooliog aud attractive
adornment for a summer
lawn is ouo of our Automatic
Sprinklers. Turn on tbe
water it does tbe rest. Tbe
lawn is better for it, and it
looks well; not a bit expen
sive, bat an economical in
vestment. Opposite Harper House.
economic buyers. Men's Wilton
1712 Second Avenur
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way we handle your loan and are sure
we can come to terms both In the way of In
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as much aceomiuotfatiou as poisible. We ar
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or removal of tbe property, on furniture, pi
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Why do you roast and fret
and lose your health and tem
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cool and comfortable with a
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