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TURN THE TABLES District Epvvorth Lesxgve
Convention a.t Erie June 24
Yesterday's . Came Similar
That of Tuesday But
ALL THE KTO3 IN IIEST imBO
Case Responsible for Davenport's
Scores and McCortl Blanks
P. Y. L. KC.
Kockford 17 "J .654
Terre Haute 25 10 U .40
Rock Island 24 Yi V ..,0O
Cedar Itapids 24 12 12 .500
Kvansville .v.-'0 13 13 .500
Davenport 25 12 13 .4S0
Bloomington 25 11 14 .440
Decatur 25 7 IS .2S0
Terre Haute. 3; IMoomington, 3.
Davenport. 3; Uock Island, 0.
Kvansville. 7; Decatur, 5.
Cedar JIapiils, 3; Kockford, 1.
Where They J'lay Tomorrow.
Kock Island at Davenport (a. in.)
Davenport at ItiK-k Islaed (p. in.)
Cedar Kapids at Kockford.
Decatur at IMooniington.
Terre Haute at Kvansville.
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Establishment. Phone 1156.
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Estate of Adalalde Bowling, deceased.
Tne anderslg-ned bancs; oeea appointed
executor of the last wlU end testament of
Adalalde Howllnr. late of the count of Rocs
Island state of Illinois, deceased, hereby five
notice mat ne wui appear Deiore tne county
eourt of Roek Island county, at the eounty
court room. In the city of Rock Island, at
the July. H102, probate term, on tne first Mon
day la July next, at which time all pernon
htTln claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend for the purpose of
tiering the same adjusted. All persons In
debted to said estate are reivested to make
Immediate payment to the -'Bderslgved.
Dated this 2flth day of April. A. D 1803.
WiuiAHariN B. wm, Executor.
CO!f kelly & Comkexlt, Attorneys.
The story of yesterday' game be
tween Kock Inland and Davenport in
thiscity was very similar to that of
Monday's contest with the places of
the iwo teams reversed
After the very beginning it was a
pitchers' contest with whutever ad
vantage Mct'ord had overcome by
Jock Inland's xnperior fielding, For
the visitors made nine hits to four stabler, Neponset
Tor the locals, itoth had abunJant
opportunity to score after the first
00m sines Having men n mini a
niiinoer or times, out no nits tame
at the proper time.
Case was retonsib!e for the three
runs that the visitors made and
Hopkins mav fairlv Ik- accused of
having a hand in it. It was while the
former was steadying down that the
thiee men got bases ami it was while
Hopkins was roiling a cigaret. as
one of the spectators expressed it.
behind the score board, where he
went to find .Jacobs home run, that
all three scores came in
There was a nice crowd out to sec
Hock Island pet the first shut-out of
the season an 1 there were many
Davenporters on hand. The latter,
The thirteenth annual convention
of the Uoek Island District Kpworth
league will be held at Erie June 24
and 25, the local chapter furnishing
entertainment for the delegates. Hie
program will be a follows:
TL' KSDAY A FT K It XOO.V.
1:30 rrayer and Praise Service,
Rev. J. 11. Ilartel, Milan.
2:00 Social Department, Instruc
tor, Miss Kmma Medio, Molinc.
Loader of Discussion, Miss Jessie
3:00 Literary Department, Instruc
tor, Rev. D. S. Andrewartha. t'olona;
leader of discussion. Miss .Nellie Luu
4:00 Spiritual Department, Instruc
tor, Uev. E. K. Meacham, Alpha; lead
er of discussion, Uev. T. J. Wood,
7:30 Praise Service, Uev. E. Me
Oiuber, Taylor IJidge.
8:00 Address, Uev. IJ. I!. Williams,
W EDN ICS DA V FOR EN( K)X.
3:30 Early Prayer Meeting, led by
Rev. (J. K. Alford, Atkinson.
8:00 Bible Reading, Uev. (J. D.
Rejxirts of Distri't Officers.
Elect ion of Officers.
10:30 The Cabinet of Local Chap
ters. Miss Harriet E. Henderson, Rock
11:00 The Associate Members, Miss
Bertha McCreight, Viola.
Leafier of Discussion, Miss Alice
W EDN HS DA Y A FTE RXOOX.
1:30 Song- Service, Uev. J. (J,
Craine, Port Byron.
2:00 Junior League Work, by Dis
trict Superintendent of Junior
League Miss Ella G. Taylor, Uock Is
3:00 Bible Study Methods, Rev. G.
C. Schaffer, Geneseo. .
3:30 The league and Missions,
Miss Ida Ioder, Tiskilwa.
Leader of Discussion, Clayton
W EDX ESDAY EVENING.
4: 00 Question Box, Uev. R. It.
Williams, Rock Island.
7:30 Song Service, Rev. J. It. Uut-
ter. Uock Island.
What Has it Done for the World?
Uev. A. R. Brown, Kewanee. .
Why Am 1 n Methodist? Rev. J
A. Alford, Keithsburg.
Its Outlook. Rev. Alex. Smith,
The officers of the district are:
President Rev. G. E. Alford, At
First Vice President Laveru Yohn,
Second Vice President Miss Ger
trude Sargent, Geneseo.
Third Vice President Mrs. Jennie
G. Morgan. Aledo.
Fourth Vice President Miss Carrie
A. Mason. New Boston.
Secretary Miss Luella A. Sadler,
Treasurer Fred Ilcndrickson,
Junior League Superintendent
Miss Ella G. Taylor, Uock Island.
Executive Committee Rev. E.. Mc-
Oinber, Taylor Ridge; Rev. W. B.
Rock Island 0 O O 0 O 0 0 0 0 O
Davenport 3 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 3
Two base hit Williams. Home
run Jacobs. Wild pitch McCord.
Passed bull Williams. Three base
hit Weihrauch, McCord. Bases on
balls Case. 3; McCord. 3. Hit by
pitched ball Hopkins. Struck out
by Case, 4; McCord, 6. Time of game
1.3."). Umpire Mesmer.
K loom Ins; ton 3. Terre Haute 0.
Bloomington, May 29. Despite the
cannonading received by McGreevy
the team behind him played n great
game ami kept down the score ami
had a chance to win until the ninth.
After chances had been given to re
tire the side, Walters hit for two
judging from the character of their bags witTi two men on bases won the
remarks at the beginning of game. .Hackett was a puzzle and was
the game, did not come with
any expectation of seeing the
lowans pull out a victory and they
remained skeptical to the very end.
It was not ladies' day, but one might
have thought from the number of
the fair sex that were out.
Peas M m Starter.
Nill was the firtt man up in the
game and Case threw four wide ones
for him in succession. King bunted
and Case played for the main chance
at second and ailed, both being safe.
Martin sacrificed and then Jacobs,
the persecuted shortstop, sent the
horse-hide shrieking down the left
line under the score board. Hopkins shut-out came as a result of a walk
went after it, looked under, got down land two hits in the third. Score
on all fours ami crawled under, teriar Rapids ....0 0 o o o o J O w .!
given great support. Score:
Bloomington ....no 1 0 2 0 0 0 o 3
Ttrre Haute 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 O 23
Hits Bloomington, 5; Terre Haute,
Errors Bloomington, 1; Terre
Batteries Mcgreevy and Belt;
Hackett and Stnrnagle.
Cedar RspMs 3. Boca-ford 1.
Cedar Rapids, May lit). By bunching
hits in the seventh inning the rabbits
won a game in which clever pitching
on both sides was the feuture. Only
one of the visitors' nine errors was
costly, anil the score which saved a
stofwl up, looked about, saw- the clean
white sphere, stooped down, picked
it up, walked out and tossed it over
towanl third. Of course it was all
over then and the three Davenporters
were fanning themselves on the
bench. Crockett and Burt were both
out on ground hits.
Little Hard Lark.
Hope ran hicru for Rock Island in
Rockford II IM 0O 0 0 0 0 1
Hits Cedar Rapids. C; llockford, 4.
Errors Cedar Rapids, 2; Rockford,
Batteries Dahlquist and Weaver;
Owens and Thiery.
Decatur 0. Kransrtll 7.
Decatur, May 2J. The game was
lost in the ninth and tenth innings.
With the score 3 to 3 for Decatur and
the first inning, for McCord was un-ltwo men out McGill dropped a fly and
steady. O'Rourke flew out to center
and then Donnelly and Shelton ac
cepted passes. Graham's fun-out
was followed with a hit by Hill. With
the bases full Williams failed to find
the ball. It looked rather rosy for
the locals -in the second also, errors
giving bases to two men and this time
it was Donnelly's turn tu fan with
men on base. Again in the mill
there was a chance. ORourke hit.
went to second n Shelton's hit and
tole third. Then Hill made the
third out with a grounder. But it
was in the ninth, wh.en all we wanted
was a score to prevent a shutout,
that the hard luck was In evidence.
Williams led off with a cracking two-
bagger anil waited at second for' the
hit that never came. Conwell and
Hopkins made outs and Case jabbed
bouncer to right that one would
have -sworn was in a good place. I game, at that
Xill got in front of it after a long The fielding on the part of the Rock
chase and although he fumbled it Island team was faultless and of a
he picked it up and got it over in snappy, plucky nature that consider-
time to get a decision, although ing the disheartening incidents of the
withal a very close one, that spelled opening inning, was partieularly
the score was tied. Again, in the
tenth, with two men out, Hankey
threw wild to first and two men on
bases scored. Score:
Decatur 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 5
Evnnsvillc 0 0O 0 1 0 0 2 2 27
Hits Decatur, 8; Evausville, 10.
Errors Decatur. 4; Evansville, 2.
Batteries Daniels and Krebs; Pol-
chow and Seisler.
Milton is due to pitch for Rock Is
land in Davenport tomorrow morning
and Smith in this city iu the after
Tomorrow morning's game -in Dav
enport- will be called at 10 o'clock.
The afternoon struggle at the
Twelfth btreet grounds will begin at
3 o'clock. '
Umpire Topkay has resigned.
There was no kick coming on the
see a little of that at home. The lo
cals have been presenting a decidedly
shabby appearance iu the matter of
uniforms of late, and yesterday's
combination was a fright. Brown
and red won't harmonize. Give us the
gray and brown or the red and blue.
Jacobs" home hit was timely, but it
was more lucky.
Graham's work at short was of the
Hill playtd first like a veteran.
Dal Williams is rapidly working his
way into the hearts of the fans by
his hard work at every stage of the
After the fatal start off Case did
what every pitcher is not capable of
doing under such circumstances he
settled down, and the remainder of
the teani supported him like heroes.
Shelton, Rock Island's third base
man, chatters during the entire game
and resembles a bird perched some
where in the branches of u tree. He
certainly is a bird Ujhui the diamond.
The team that gets away with Don
nelly's men ni'int play ball all the
time. And that is all we can ask. We
cannot -always win. It's good ball
that we are after.
Fred Holmes, recently with Deca
tur, has signed to catch for Daven
Chhugo. May 2t. Record at the
national game yesterday are given be
League: At Boston New York O.
Poston 1; nt Pittsburg Cincinnati .'!.
Pittsburg 4; at St. Louis Chicago T,
fct. Louis 1.
American': At Boston St. Louis 1
Ronton "; nt Baltimore Chicago 0.
Baltinioro 2: nt Philadelphia Detroit
4. Philadelphia 11: nt Washington
Cleveland 7. Washington '2.
Association: At Milwaukee Kansas
City 1. Milwaukee S; nt St. Paul
Minneapolis 4. St. Paul nt Iouls
vllle Toledo '. Louisville 5: at Indi
anapolis Columbus 7. Indianapolis H.
Western: At Kansas City St. Jo
seph 5, Kansas City H twelve In
niugs; nt Ouinha Pen Moines It. Oma
ha ti; at Denver Milwaukee 4, Den
FOR SOLDIER DEAD
Rock Island to Join in Tomor
row's Tribute to Na
PARADE TO OOOrjS AT 9 A. M.
Speaking and Music Following
Court House and Cemetery.
the finish. The score:
(1 is Antiseptic Healing Powder
Healt Cuts. Wound. Bums and Scalds
without scar. 2 cents. Oruflguts.
ROCK ISLAN D A.B.R. II. P.A.
O'Rourke, 2b 4 0 13 4
Donnelly, -cf 3 0 0 2 0
Shelton, 3b ...... 3 0 1 1 1
Graham, ss , 3 0 0 .1 1
Hill, lb 4 0 1 13 0
Williams, c. ' 4 0 14 3
Conwell, rf.. . 4 ; 0 0 0 0
Hopkins, If 3 O 0 10
Case, p 4 0 0 0 6
Total ....... 33 0 4 27 13
DAVENPORT A.H. R. H. P. A.
Nill, 2b 4 1 0 2 4
King.- 3b 5 12 11
Martin, ef 3 0 0 1 0
Jacobs, hs ........ 4 'l. 2 3 1
Crockett, lb 4 0 2 11 1
Burt, If 4 0 0 2 0
Weihrauch, rf 4 0 2 0 1
Shannon, c 2 0 0 7 0
McCord, p 3 0 1 0 3
Total . 33 3 9 27 11
praiseworthy. The Rock Island boys
are in it ail the time.
O'Rourke's field work, as well as his
base running and base getting, arc
features these days. Tim is making
good all right.
Mesmer is a good umpire as n rule,
but he did seem in a dreadful hurry
to get the home team out of the way
iu the last half of the ninth inning.
and both Smith and Case suffered
from unfair decisions in consequence.
It was simply a matter of pitchers.
Case lost It and McCord kept us from
recovering it. ,
The Rock Island team played all
around the visitor, regardless of re
'The Rock Island team appears to
have the neatest ant most attractive
uniforms in the league. These-are
dark blue with red trimmings and red
caps, ine team certainly mane a nne
appearance upon the diamond. Dav
enport Leader. Too bad we cannot
A Paris dispatch says: "M. Itosey
has just discovered the secret of per
petual youth." Too late, we've had
it for j-ears. Madison Medicine tym
pany's Uoeky Mountain Tea. T. II.
Tomorrow a grateful nation does
honor to its sleeping heroes those
who fell in defense 01 their country's
flag. In Uock Island the observance
as usual will be in charge of the
Grand Army, which has invited all
old soldiers, and patriotic and civic
societies and citizens generally to
participate. The parade, under the
direction of Mai. W. T. Chnnnon. will
move at 9 a. 111. sharp, as follows:
rorm on Sixteenth street, right
resting on Third avenue, inarch east
on Third to Twentieth street; north
on Twentieth to Second avenue, west
on Second to Fourteenth street,
where the column will halt and en
ranks, while marshal and band will
escort (J. A. R and speakers to stand
to be erected at the west side of the
court house soiiare.
1 lie column will be inusiv com
Platoon of Police.
Trumpeter X. X. Coons.
Marshal W. T. Channnn and Aides, 11.
H. Cleaveland, John Ohlweiler,
11. A. J.McDonnld.
Bugle Corps, 6th Regiment, I. X. U.
Company A, 6th Regiment, I. X. (I.
Second Division, I. X. M.
II. C. Cleaveland Camp, Sons of Vet
Buford Post, G. A. R.
Speakers and Guests in Carriages.
The official program is as follows:
At treat Side Court lloasx :30.
Bugle- call to assembly Chief
Trumpeter X. X. Coons.
Patriotic selection Bleuer's band
Song "Star Spangled Banner," f00
children under direction of Prof. E,
Opening prayer Rev. T. J. Shuey
Song "Illinois," school children.
Introduction Mayor B. F. Knox..
Oration Albert J. Hopkins.
Patriotic Selection Bleuer's band
At the Monumsnt.
G. A. U. service Buford post 243.
Salute to dead Company A.
Song "Nearer, My God. to Thee,
Reading Lincoln's Gettysburg ad
dress. Miss Helen Moore.
"Patriotic selection Bleuer's baud
Sons of Veterans' service H. C
Song "America," audience.
Taps Trumieter X. X. Coons.
Benediction Rev. R. F. Sweet.
At Chlpplannork Cemetfrjr-S p in.
Bugle call Trumpeter X. X. Coons
Patriotic selection Bleuer's band.
Decoration soldiers' graves G. A
Music Rock Island Glee club.
Prayer Rev. H. W. Reed.
Introduction Mayor B. F. Knox.
Oration C. J. Tisdel.
Music Rock Island Glee club.
G. A. R. service Buford post.
Firing salute to dead Company A.
Patriotic selection Bleuer's baud.
Reading Lincoln's Gettysburg ad
dress. James Johnson.
Music Rock Island Glee club.
Sons of Neterans service H. C.
Song "America," audience.
Taps Trumpeter X. X. Coons.
Benediction Post chaplain.
Lxercises are being curried out in
the public schools this afternoon.
Tomorrow the banks and city and
county offices will be closed all dav
The post office will close at 10 h. 111.,
having one general delivery leaving
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