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THIS A.H&Zf FTtlDYT AUGUST 2. 1901.
Chicago Dental Company
If yon are in need of artificial
teeth, procure one of onr thin
elastic plates or one of our
bridges, something that will
give joa perfect satisfaction.
All work guaranteed and
lowest prices given.
Silver Fillings BOC
Gold Platina AII07 75c
Gold Fillings, $1 and up $1.00
Gold Crowns, $4 and up.. .. 4,00
Set of Teeth, $5 and up S.00
Ottlct 1607 Second Avenue.
Over Speldel'a Drue Store.
THE TRAVELERS QUIDS
lT.. . 1 f PaoiflO tUUwiy Tleketa
eulx purchased or baeraee
cheeked at City Ticket etnee,
161 Second irenue. or C, R.
LAP. devot. corner Flrto
iTenu ul rhlrt j-am streak IVul H. Plum
mei, a rem
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Ooiti and Dea Moines
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Hock Ulan J A Washington II0 pmlt 825 pm
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. Bock Island A Brooklyn Ae 5:35 pmlt 7 0 am
to no ah a A Rock Island fl:40 pm JI0:3 am
lunioiro. uavenporv .... i j t:w pm
IDalJy except Saturday,
a phone 1083
Ail others dally.
RTJRTJNQTON ROUTE O.,
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second Avenue ana xweu
tic lb, street.
af. t. YOUNG,
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Quincy vt oalesburg
I uati, aiBiva.
Peona, Bearustown, Bur
Unctoo, uenver ana
West IfZM pm
St, U, Kas- City. Denver! ,
and Pacific Coast via I
Galeaburfr i7:2o pm;
Sterling and points lnter-i
mediate (7:25 pm!
East Moilne, Suburban.. ..ir0:l& ami
St. L.. Denver and west-.'t - -
Clinton ana uudikiub it-vou u
7:15 am' 0:50 am
IaenDOrt and Clinton.
Cliotoo. Dubuque, L
Croe, St. Paul. Minn.
A West and N. W
7:15 pm' 7:10 am
Daily, t Daily except Sunday.
""HIOAGO, UTLWATTKEI A
V6T. PAUL. raUway D.,
R. L & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Sevententn
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Da
buaae and oointa north run
via minors side of river. Trains for Freepori
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, CUn-
toa and bavanna-
AU tralna will conneot at Savanna for points
east ana west.
ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS
IB111H. LiAVM. ABtlTl
Dubuque and St. Paul 1
Passenger 7:25 am 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 ami 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul I
Passenger 4:f pm 9:15 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 9:15 pm
Freeport Kxpreas. 4: JO pm' 11:40 am
Ail trains dally except Sunday.
TJOOK I8LAND A PEORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Paasen
frer Agent. Paaeenger trains
eave C, R. L A P. (Mo
une avenue) a spot nve m
minute earlier than tlmt
given. E. I. Goff, Agent.
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Peoria, Splits-Held. Lt. L..
Indianapolis, Cincinnati. .
I'eorla. Sprintrtield, Indian
apolis. Cincinnati, llloom-
Peoria. Indianapolis. Cln
Peoria, St. Louis, bpiing
Cable & Sberrard Aecom..
Cable A bherrard Aeeom..
8:05 am 1020 pm
Trains marked are daily,
AU others dally
It's a Hot Subject
To talk about, lut we are mu
tually Interested in SUMMER
PRICES FOR WINTER FUEL.
Is our principal article for all
heaters, out we are pushing PO
CAHONTAS, INDIANA BLOCK
at less prices for furnaces.
We Want Your Order
E. B, McKQWN.
Fifteenth street and First Avenue.
We are selling a great many goods
at actually half their regular price.
You had better oome early if you
want to take advantage of this sale.
20 per cent off on wooden kitchen
clocks, parlor mantel clocks, porce
lain bedroom clocks and fancy gilt
10 per cent off on all lamps, fancy
plates, fancy cups ana saucers, cbam
ber sets, dinner sets and all china and
Gentlemen's fancv colored hose.
clearance sale price 14c.
Ladies' black hose, seamless, all
sizes, clearance saie price, pair iac.
Fancy decorated iardlniers. large
size, clearance sale price, each 10c.
Large size -broom, 25c kind, clear
ance sale price loc.
319-321 Twentieth Street.
A well dressed man is the
center of attraction, al
ways, and the furnish
ings, as well as the
clothes, give a man the
dressy effect desired.
Here are Belts. Collars,
Ties, Shirts to please the
wearer and his friends.
1714 Second Avenue.
Just mc Tiling
HOT ALLOWED SCORE :
Bloomington Shut Out to
Tune of 10 to 0 by Rock Is
LOCALS GET TWO OF THE THREE
Visitors Unable to Find Hughe 3
Opportunely Beedles Solved
for 16 HitsScores.
Played. Won. Lost. PerCk.
Kvansvllle at Rock Island.
Bloomington at Davenport.
Decatur at Cedar Rapids.
Terre Haute at Rockford.
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 onr Yankee and Sultana
roll. It's a winner. Don't
forget that wo aro leaders in
everything that a first-class
bakery and confectionery
turn out. Physicians rec
ommend our whole wheat
bread for the sick, why won't
It be good for tho healthy?
it Is made by us only
frou tho Purina Health Flour.
Yours for high grade.
Frant J. Math.
Formerly Krell A Math.
rhfn 1154. 1716-1711 Second Art.
Bloomington found a nest of nine
ostrich eggs that they weren't look
ing for out in the Twelfth street park
yesterday. And Rock Island, by the
way, found a nest of a very different
sort. Falrminded observers are of
the opinion that each discovered
about what was coming. There were
features and features. Three times
the visitors made their third out with
men on tne noma stretcn, and once
the run was cut off with a eorking
double play when two men were on
base. In five of the Innings Bloi
ington's first man up saw first. A
double in Bloomington's half of the
seventh, after two men had hit, drew
the locals out of another bad bole.
Beedles was slaughtered for 16 safe
ones and therein lay the secret of
Rock Island's grand total. Three runs
were a present on Qulgley's throw
over first into the bleachers. This
occurred in the fifth and then it was
the visitors' ginger evaporated and
their sole hope thereafter was to get
just a lonesome one for the sake of
appearances. There was little masti
cation of the calico, for there was no
use. The inequality in stick wort
had a tendency to discourage it
itrown aid his guying 01 the umpire
ore the game and he did it sub
Local Play Faat (Jama.
Oae error that did not lose any
thing was made by Rebsamen in the
first inning when he dropped the ball
that should have pat out (Juigley,
the first man up. After that clean
ball playing was the rule, although
there were some narrow margins
Jap Poor, who was with the team in
tne hrst part or the season, played
right field to fill in. He had been re
leased by Evansville to whom he went
from the locals. Hughes was toucbei
for nothing better than a scratch 2-
base bit and Kothermel acquitted
himself brilliantly at second.
Rock island earned two in the fourth
with the stick. Rothermel and Reb
samen each put one where nobody
was ana although uiaaieton uw be
brought a run. O'Brien fouled, but
Jimmy Hoy shoved ono out to left for
a couple and Rebsamen counted.
Tate perished on a long fly. Poor
popped up in the fifth and Arthur
struck out, but Hughes started some
thing. Rothermel strolled and Rebsa
men dropped a little bouncer down to
(jaigley at second.
Bad Throw Cleans Hum.
That usually safe player ate it up
ana then threw a tune over nrst.
When Belt finally picked the ball out
of the bleachers the bases were clean,
Mlddleton started it over with a hit
and O'Brien did likewise. Hov
pusnea one out to left lor two bases
and a score, dying on second when
Tate flew. Rothermel opened the
seventh with a hard drive for two
bases and Rebsamen and Mlddleton
each hit, the latter letting in the run,
O'Brien sacrificed and Hoy knocked
one clear of the infield and under
Manager Connors on an error, getting
third and sending Rothermel and
Rebsamen to the bench by way of the
ruooer. un late's bit Hoy scored
and the side went out when Poor
fouled and Arthur grounded. Score:
Time of game 1:15. Umpire
A Cedar Rapids.
A hit by Wilkinson and Weaver's
error gave the game to Terre Haute
In the tenth, bcore:
Cedar Rapids. 1 0 0 0 0
Terre Haute. 1 1)001
boine. Swaim and Starnagle
Cedar Rapids 7. Terre Hautf 11. Er
rors Cedar Rapids 6, Terre Haute 6
Two home run hits won the game
for Evansville, Roth making his 28th
of the season, with a man on base in
the 10th inniog. Polcbow kept the
locals' hits well scattered, so that 11
netted but two runs. The score
Davenport.... 0 02000000 02
Evansville... 0 00010001 24
Batteries Weihrauch and Shannon,
Polchow and Roth. Hits Davenport
11. Evansville 6. Errors Duven
port 3, Evansville 3.
Rusty" Owens, who deserted the
Rockford team about four weeks ago.
returned yesterday and pitched
against Decatnr. He did effective
work, allowing only one base on balls
ana striking out nve men. .rauison
and Hanford each made 3 base hits
and the locals all did good stick work.
Decatur failed to tally, score:
Rockford 1 0100010 3
Decatur 00000000 00
Batteries Owens and Hanford,
Talbot and Rollins. Hits Rockf rd
8. Decatur 9. Errors Rockford 1,
IHSTRUCTORS IJAff D
But One Change in the Rock Is
land Public School Teach
0. W. ZEUT SU005ED3 0. 0. ALBEE
Tax Levy Raised to $90,000 On
Account of Building Fund
ROTHERMEL WA8 DISTINCTLY IT.
Played With Old Time Ginger In the Field
and at the Bat.
Bobby Rothermel played one of his
old time games yesterday. His only
error cat no figure, while his Bnappy
work at second was responsible for
getting his team out of tight places
several times during the game when1
it seemed as if the Bloom ingtons
would score, and in one inning he re
tired the entire side. With the stick he
was likewise there with the goods.
Out of five times at bat be flew out
once, made a 2 base hit and two
singles, and got his base on balls.
Reference to the tabulated score and
summary will satisfy the fair-minded
as to what Bobby was doing while
the game was goingon. He is trying
to do his best now and should be en
couraged. With Mullaney back in
the game and the splendid work that
is being done by O'Brien at third and
Mlddleton at short. Rock Island will
have an infield as good as ariy in the
and get full value in to
bacco. The first chewing
tobacco guaranteed. Your
money back if you don't
If your tiralrr ha not
Wetmorr'i Uml, tcml u
fiO c(m. for a pound plug.
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ST. LOUIS. MO.
The largett indcprmlent
factory mertcu. , .
ACTS OX WEDNESDAY'S EXHIBITION.
K. 11. 1. A. E.
Rothermel, 2b 3 3 7 3 1
Rebsamen, lb. 3 3 9 1 1
I Middleton. ss.. 2 2 2 5 0
O'Brien, 3b 0 1 1 6 0
Hoy, cf 14 10 0
Tate. If 0 1 2 0 0
Poor, rf 0 0 2 0 0
Arthur, c 0 1 2 0 0
Haghes, p 1 1 1 1 0
.10 16 27 15 2
Quigley. 2b ..
Klnlock, cf.. ..
Bolt, : ,
Beedles, p . . . . ,
K H. P.
... 0 2 2
0 0 2
.... 0 1 1
... 0 18
... 0 2 0
.... O 0 6
... 0 1 0
0 4 0
0 0 0
:0 0 0 2 4
,.0 0 0 0 0
hits Hoy (2), Rother
stolen Rebsamen (2),
Rothermel. Quigley. Double plays
Rothermel to Rebsamen (2), O'Brien
to Rothermel to Rebsamen (2).
Struck out by Hughes 2, by Beedles
5. Bases on balls Hughes 2. Beedles
President Sextoo Takes Up the Case
Rowdy I'leylna; of Blooaalogton.
I am convinced from what 1 saw
Wednesday." said President Sexton
of the Three-I league this morning,
'that all the reports that have come
to me throughout the season of the
rowdy tactics on the part of certaio
of the Bloomington players are well
founded. I never would have be
lieved that any ball player would
have been guilty of such insulting
conduct as at least lour 01 the Bloom
ington plavers McGreevy in particu
lar were I will not tolerate such
actions from any player in the league
while I am president, I do not care
where it occurs, or to what team the
player so offending belongs. I have
ttken.the matter up with Manager
Connors, of the Bloouilngtooa, who is
himself a perfect gentleman, and re
grets, I believe, as much as anyone
the rowdy disposition of some of his
beat . players. From the course of
action 1 have adopted and from what
Manager Connors said to me, I feel
certain that I will hear of no more
such capers as were seen here."
President bexton has placed Mc-
ureevy in suspension the moment be
hears farther complaint from him
from any source and has imposed
fines on Brown, Belt, Kinloclc and
Elsey, all to take effect in the event
of further misbehavior. -I would
insist upon the immediate operation
of all the penalties," said President
Sexton in discussing the matter,
were it not toward the close of the
season, ana l do not want either
the Bloomington management or the
players who havo brought this upou
themselves to think that I am dis
posed to be harsh with them, not
withstanding that they deserve it, or
that I desire to cripple their team.
But from now on they must play
Motes of the Diamond.
Being given the game at 9 to 0 isn't
half as satisfactory as earning it at
10 to 0.
The Rock Island street car men met
the brewers in a game of baseball at
the Moline park yesterday afternoon,
the latter winning, 10 to 7.
The Rock Island team goes away on
a trip Monday, opening the following
day at uecatur. ua the 14th the
locals will come home with Evans
ville to play a game daring the Wood
Unly 31 more games to the end of
Umpire Mesmer has gone to Rock
ford and Umpire Mauck has come
Tho team playod with but two
errors and neilhor was cuiUy.
T era 1 a
nor, uotuermei ana ueosamen lea
with the stick.
Evansville, notwithstanding that it
is at the tail end of the list, has not
been playing slow ball of late. In
fact in the last few series the boys
from down on the Ohio have been
termed the sluggers of the league.
tvnoop it up, the home team
root but don't grn i.
une enthusiastic patron of the
Continued on Blxth Page.
The board of education held a post
poned special meeting last night to
appoint teachers for the coming school
term and to transact other urgent
business demanded by the near ap
proach of the date for the opening of
the fall term.
The tax levy for next year was
raised to 190,000 against 185.000 last
year. The increase was made neces
sary by the increased demands of the
building fund. Of the sum levied
(50.000 will be devoted to current ex
penses and f 35.000 to the building ac
count. Supt. Hayden was given authority
to remove some of the pupils In the
east half of the city farther east, oc
cupying additional room in the Hor
ace Mann school and vacating two
in the Lincoln building, which will be
used by the high school. President
Marshall and Mr. Dankmann were
empowered to confer with the trus
tees of the Broadway Presbyterian
church to see if last yeai'd arrange
ment for the use of the Sunday
school room for the high school pu
pils could be renewed.
The bids for furnishing the schools
with coal were opened and the con
tract awarded to the Coal Valley
Mining company as the most favor
able bidder. The committee on
janitors, .fuel and lighting was in
structed to make a choice of the grade
of eoal to be used. The contract for
furnishing the schools with stationery
for the year waa awarded to the Hartz
X: RaVinBAn rnmrA.nv fnr 292 88. Thn
clerk was instructed to advertise for Central Shoe Store.
bids for the construction of sidewalks
to be laid for the most part at the
Horace Mann building.
Kent Ktw High School Teacher.
There were no resignations among
tho teachers with the exception of
that of Prof. Albee. of the high school
corps, and his placo was filled by the
appointment of Charles W. Kent as
instructor in science. All jinitore,
with the exception of Michael Colli-
gan, the custodian of the high school.
were reappointed. On account of
the fact that there will be nothing for
him to do Mr. Colligan will be laid
off for a year. The list of substitute
teachers was not acted upon. Fol
lowing is the list of regular teachers
11. It. Hayden, superintendent,
Abigail Dean, drawing, f izo per
Ij. Lj. I'huurooK, music, iw per
High iseaool j. t. Darby, pnnci
ftal, $1,800 per year; Cora L. Eastman,
atin, f'J5 per month; Rose M. Clark,
English, $90; Alice Rash, biology, $90:
Charles . Kent, science. $85; C. A
Wendell, history, $85; Augusta Hell-
penstell, French and German, $85;
II. E Brown, bookkeeping, $8o; E i
Maul, English and algebra, $85;
Charles J. Blyman, mathematics, $85.
Graded Schools 1j C Daugherty,
rlncipal, $1,100 par year; Mary
tatrixin fu per month; Har
rlet E. Henderson $60, Julia M.
Anderson $50, Jessie B. Frlck
$50. Sarah B Hilller $50. Eliza
beth Kennedy $15, Louise Dirt $40,
Lulu Harris $45, Mary A. Brennan
$(0, Jennie (1. Johnson $10, Maude E
Luckev $50. Margaret Repine $55,
Marlon J. Blanding $50.
Emily Freeman, principal, $60,
Harriet Jenkins $50, Belle F. Cooke
$50. Mary Mills $45.
Airs. Lt. M. Uopp. principal, f 0;
Mht Walker $50, BeUo McConochle
$50, Blanche Btrnhart $59, Nellie F.
Kellerstrass $15, Adda E Muse $55.
Mary Piatt, principal. $1,000; Lou
J. Philp $75, Idessa .Wakefield $65,
Mary L. Carter $60, Margaret J
Wilson $60. Emma Roderick $50.
Mrs. Etta Wakefield $50. Bertha Wil
liams $50. Ellen S. Freed $50. Natalie
Mlrtield $50, Miriam Uaverstick $45,
Mtrtha Huesing $50. Birdie M. Egan
f jo. Derma j-,. Dowinaa $)D.
Sarah Johnston, principal, $80;
Lucy A. Taylor $50, Frances Oswald
$50. A. Lillian Fitzpatrick $50. Mabel
K Levey f 50, Nitaiie E Thompson
ww. Minnie martin fou, jmelie H.
Annie Kirkpatrick, principal. $90;
Leonora Witherspoon $60. Anna Ben
nett $50, Kttherine Brennan $50.
Elizabeth Stelck $50, Emma Battles
$50. Luella Huthmaker $50, Charlotte
Mrs. Ida W. Lundy, principal. $85;
Anna M. Johnson f 7U, Mrs. Alary 5
Dewey $50. Julia II. Channon $50,
Lilla M. Fdlsinger $50, Minnie J
Frederick $10, Susie C Lee $15, Min
nie Brindle $50. Jennie L. Wiloox $55,
Edith C. Noftsker. principal, $60;
M. Joscphiue Holland $10. Clara Har
ring ton $40. Kato A. AlcQuaid $10.
Dora E. Newton, principal, $60;
Anna T. Bromley $50, Dora Hartz
$50. Helen Pryce $40.
W. L- Sweeney, truant ollicer, $10
Carrie E. Clement, office clerk, $15
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makes the music and saws tho wood;
lifts one up in the sunshine of life.
That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will
do. T. H. Thomas' pharmary.
(Hosts Less Because
You don't have to pay for a premium
you don't want and don'$ get. Buy
Special $1.25 tor
Ladies' Fine Dongola
Oxfords and Fedoras,
Hand Turned and McKay sewed, black and tan, worth
from $1.35 to $1.65, all go at one price,
Misses' and Children's Tan Shoes at 50c, 75c, 85c and 98c.
1712 Second Avenue.
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When it comes to loaning money,
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live stock or other personal property.
No removal of property, no publicity.
Any amounts from $10 upwards. Let
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Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8 a. m to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514.
Eastman's Kodak Supplies
Brownie Cameras complete fl.CO
Pocket Folding Cameras complete 8.00
.Panorama K'odak complete .... 8 00
Flexo Camera 4 00
Bullet Camera, Plates or Films.. 8 00
Camera, 4x5, Plates or Films. ..22.00
Eastman's paper, 2 dozen 25c
Eastman's developing powders . . 5c
Eastman's Flash Light 25c
Eastman's slolio Tone, per bottle 50c
We carry in stock all sizes in Films.
Plates, Aristo and Vilox papers, and
all supplies for both amateur and
professional photographers at lowest
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