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TILE ATJGTTS, lOXDAY, JUNE 2H, 1902.
All f-tvlrs arnl sizes.
The Blakslee Studio
1S2C Third avenue. Telephone 4533.
is clean, well riened, seasonable
fruit just now it's berries.
Here's where we help lth you
anI the doctor, for we have the
finest rasplierries, goose lerrics
anil currants you ever saw to
make your month water anl
give you a letter liver ami clean
er conscience. The prices are
disgracefully low, quality con
sidered. W. J. IV10ELLER,
'Phone 1215. 2030 Fifth Ave.ue.
You'll like our Bakery pro
ducts They're as good, as they
look, and that's pretty
nearly perfection. Some say
they are perfect. Anyway,
we know you'll like them
as much as others have
Consider your health when
you buy an article of food
or refreshment, and buy
onryimre, wholesome arti
cles Our Ice Cream, Ices,
Candies, everything we han
dle, is according to the
1 1 1 1 Confectionery, Bakery
talll band Ice Cream
Kslabl shnient. Phone 1156.
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Soda. 5 Cents
J Purest Fruit Juices and
Ice Cream used.
t Can't be Beat.
t COIN'S PALACE OF t
t ' SWEETS
1810 2d Ave. 4th and Brady.
X I LOCK ISLAND. DAVENPORT.
Rock Island Team Makes Good
Showing in Indiana
PLAY DOUBLEHEADEJEt YESTERDAY
Donnelly Ueveloplnt: Hraham Vlclt
ers Traded fur Wil
I W. L. Pet.
Kockford 4S ::2 10 .C-7
Terre Haute :4 "7 21 W,
(Vlar Hapi.ls 40 21 22 ..-22
Kvaitsville .'.! 2. 2 .50O
UiK-k Island 4'. 22 2.1 .4Slt
Davenport 4H 22 20 .-l.'.S
llloomiiiton 41 21 2S .429
Decatur ."O 111 31 .:tsi
Ilockford. .': I'ecatiir. 2.
Terre llaule. lluck Island 1 (first
Uock Inland, 2; Terr- Haute, 1 (sec
feilar Uapids. 1; Kvansville. 0.
Iavt'iiirt, 7; l'doo:niii,Mon. 0 (lirst
I ai-n-rt. 5; Itloomintjl on. 4 (s-e-on
I rami ).
Hock Island. 12; 'IVrre Haute.
Decatur. 4; Kockford. S.
Ploomintrton. s; Davenport, 7.
Kvansville, t'eJar Kapi.is. 4.
Ckiimmi Tomorrow. t
Hock Island at Kvansvilie.
Cellar Kapids at Terre Haute.
Davenport at Decatur.
Kiickfiird at IWonniiiifrton.
IJock Island wmi two of the three
";ames in the Terre Haute series.
Yesterday a double-header was
played before 2.0IMI people. Kock Isl
and taking the second. Donnelly's
men would have won both but for
cost y errors.
In the second inninir of the second
.Mini' !( aelMe" tirnh'.iin. of whom
Doiint My w ill likely make one of the
speedy twirlers of the h-asfiie, dis
played ifoo I nerve. Four men were
sent to'tirst on balls, but one was
eaiiirlit napping and no hit was al
lowed, with the result that there was
no scoring in that inning. First
I JOCK ISLAND It. H. I. A. K.
OKoiirke. lb 1 O S O O
Donnelly, cf O ( .1 ( 0
Khelton ::b O (I 1 0 U
(iraham. rf 0 2 2 ' O (I
Wilkinson. If 0 0 4 1
Hill, ss o O 2 1 1
Williams, c 0 0 :s 2 1
Miller. 2b 0 IIHO
Smith, p 1 .1 0 0 2
tkuim: H Al'TK
I'.arrett. rf ,
Hackett. cf ,
I'aird. ::b . . .
Kliiifr. ss . . .
Terre Haute 0 0 1
Kock Island 1 0 0
Two-base hits Scott,
on balls Off. Scott, 1;
.2 3 27 11 1
1 0 0 0 0 2
0 0 0 0 0 O 1
, Smith. Pases
off Smith, 4.
y Scott, 2; by
-My Scott, 0;
;iy Walters to
Time 1: 10.
Hit by pitched ball 1!
Smith. 2. Struck out
by Smith, 1. Double pi;
Klinjr to Kichardson.
I'm pi re Krennen.
P. H. P. A. E.
. .0 0
. .0 0
. .0 1
. . 1 2
. .0 O
. .0 0
Shtlton, 3b .
lira ham. p . .
Williams, c .
Miller, 2b ...
Conwcll. rf .
2 7 27 10 3
K. II. P. A. K.
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 3
,.0 0 11
Walters. 2b ,
I'aird. 3b ...
Klinr. ss ...
0 3 O
2 0 0
1 O 0
Clayton, cf ,
Totals 1 27 7 2
Kock Island 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
Terre Haute 000001 Oil 01
Two-base hit Conwcll. Pases on
balls Off (iraham. C. Hit by pitcher
P.y Hackett, 1; by (iraham. 1.
Struck out Py Graham. by Hack
ett, 1.. Double play Pnrrett to Kich
ardson. Stolen bases Kichardson,
Walters. Kling". Time 1:30. Umpire
Davenport Winn Two.
Ploominjrton. June 23. Davenport
took both games Sunday, due to better-team
work and ability to hit at
the proper time. Tlie second fame
should have pone to Ploominjton on
Pishop's fine pitching-, but amateur
ish work in the third inning- cost
three runs, frivinp; Davenport a lead
that could not be overcome. Score
of first pame:
lUoominjrton .. ..0 0010032 0
Davenport 2 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 O 7
Hits Rloominffton, 10; Davenport.
F.rrors nioomington. 0; Daven
port. 2. - '
Hatteries Hice and Pelt; Thomas.
McC.'ord and Kvers.
liloomiiifrton 0 1 0 0 .1 0 () 0 0 4
Davenport 0 0 3 1 it O 0 0 15
Hits Plooiiiiugton, 10; Daven
Krrors I'lixtmintiiii, 4; Dan n
Iterator 2. Rock ford 5.
Decatur, .lune 2.1. Fifteen hundred
people witnessed a fine frame of
baseball, in which Kockford out
played Decatur. The score:
Decatur 1 O I) tl (I 0 1 ( 2
Kock ford 0 O 2 0 1 1 1 o .1
Hits Decatur. S; Kockford. 12.
Krrors Ivcat nr. 1; Ilockford. .
llattcries lieedles and "Krebs; lira-
hain and '1'hiery.
Kvanavlll. O. O.lar Kaplil 1.
Kvansville. .lime 23. The pitchers
were in fjreat form, and a lfrilliant
contest resulted. -cli la it v s error
ami two singles gave the visitors tlx
wiiminir rim. Score:
Fvansville (I 0 0 ( 0 0 0 O 00
Cedar Ka pids 0 () 0 O 0 1 0 0 o 1
Hits Kvausvillc. I; Ci-dar Kajiids,
Krrors - Kvausvillc. 2; Cedar l.'ap
Patterii-s I'olchow and SeiIer;
McFarland and Weaver.
VICKIIKS ;lKN Til!-: It ATS.
1'ltt-lie Affulust Kock IhIuikI Saturday mill
Yickcrs, who was traded by Man
ager Donnelly to Terre Haute for
Fielder Wilkinson, pitched his lirst
irame for the Imlianans against , Kock
Island Saturday. In six iniiinirs he
irave sevi ii bases u balls and nine
hits. Here is the score
KOCK ISLAND P. 11. P. A. K.
O'Koiirke. II 1 1 13 0 0
Donnelly, cf 1 2 I O (I
Sin Hon. 3b 2 1 1 3 0
(iraham. rf 1 2 1 O 0
Wilkinson, If 4 1 4 O 0
Hill, ss 2 I o .", 3
Williams, c 0 I 3 2 0
Miller. 21 o 0 4 2 0
Cas-. p 1 0 0 2 1
Totals 12 . 27 1 4
TKKKK II Al'TK K. II. P. A. I-:.
Heecher. If 0 1 0 0 O
Parrel t. rf 0 0 0 0 O
Hackett. cf 2 3 O 0
Kichardson. II O 1 ." I 1
Walters. 2b 0 3 2 4 0
I laird. 3b 0 0 4 0 O
Klinir. ss 1 I 1 0 1
Starnasrle. e I o 3 2 1
Keller, p 0 O 1 1 0
Yickcrs, p 1 o o o 0
Clayton, p 0 o O ) 0
Totals 02.- S 3
'One man intcrfc riujr with second
baseman and another on third; foul
Kock Island o 2 3 O 1 0 1 0-12
Terre Haute O 2 0 () 1 O 1 I .1
Two-base hits -Williams. Klin;r.
Three-base hits Hill. (7 rah. I'm.
.Struck out Py Yickcrs, 1; by Case.
3. liases on balls OtT Yickcrs. 7;
otT Case. I. Double play- Walters
Kichardson - Starnajrlc. lmpire-
Prennan. At tcmlanci Suo.
Itloomingtou ...II 0 O 0 2 0 2 O 3 1 S
DaveiiNirt 0 3 3 O 0 0 0 1 0 0 7
Hits Kloominpton. 13; Davenport,
Krrors Ploomiupton. 3; Davenport
Patteries McGreevey. Smith and
Pelt; Wenifr, StanfTers and Kvers.
Kansville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR.
THE CITY COUNCIL.
The city council meets tonight to
dispose of its annual appropriation
ordinance. While it is desirable that
as far as practicable and consistent
with tin appropriations at its dispo
sition, the council deal as liberally as
possible with every branch of the
municipal government, it is particu
larly urgent that the matter of the
new park improvement and the fire
alarm system be not overlooked.
Poth these projects are essential.
One looks to public comfort; the
other to public safety.-' The council
recently granted increases in salaries
in the. waterworks, police and health
departments. It is well for the city
to set the right example in the mat
ter of proer compensation for labor
of any kind, but the city can find no
justification in ignoring- the require
ments of the tax payers who pay the
bills on the other hand. If the city
can afford to pay more to its em
ployes, it can afford to consider the
desires of the tax payers whose
money it is entrusted with spending1.
The development tf Longview park is
one of the most important projects
of the times. The city is looked to
to make a start in this improvement.
It. is desirable that the right kind of
a start should be made, too. It is all
imMrtant. that whatever is done
there be done right. Lay the foun
dation properly and the work will go
forward as it should. First of all a
thoroughly competent landscape g-af-dener
should be brought to Kock Isl
and1 to lay out the park. It will cost
some money to have this done right,
but if the city fails n have it done
right, it will never cease to regTet it.
The council ought to make a reason
able appropriation for the Long-view
The council owes it to the tax pay
ers to make provision for n adequate
fire alarm system in the business
portion of the city. The city is no
better off in this respect than it was
last year at this time.'and there Is
Cedar Papids 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0-4
Hits Kvausvillc. 4; Cedar Papids,
Krrors Kvansville, 1; Cedar Pap
Patteries Torrence and Seisler;
Durham and Weaver.
Kock ford 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 K
Decatur 0 O 3 () 0 O O 0 1 1
Hits JCoikford. 12; Decatur. 10. .
Krrors Kockford, 2; Decatur, 1.
Patteries Killian and Thiery; Hor
ner and Krebs.
Manager Hayes has released Purt
an. I Holmes. It wiU not be hard to
see why Purt was let out, but. Dav
enport must be Ion"; on catchers i
Holmes isn't worth k;-epiii";. Daven
Wilkinson is one of the fastest
tiellers. and hardest hitters in the
leajrue. That tra le will do, Donnelly.
Yickcrs would undoubtedly make an
ciTective pitcher if he would settle
down a;d listen to the counsel
older In ads.
One of the best pipe dreams of the
season was started bv a f uii-lovinir
Terre Haute fan. lie announced that
Kvausvillc had otTVrcd to exchange
teams o-.ilriIit with Terre Haute
and rive $KM bonus.
1 lie re is a street car strike on in
Terre Haute, but it was iothinr in
comparison to the roar that went up
whin the refreshment man at th
ball park raised the price of lemon
ade to 10 cents per "lass. The lemo
vender stood the riot calls for threi
davs and then returned to the nickel
Puelow, the first baseman, the bat-
tt r. the errorless ball player, the
one-base hitter, the home-run hitter.
the irame-winner, is out of his class
If the freii I leiua n will apply at-cither
St. Louis or Chicago, he may not only
receive more money, but also tind
some contemporaries who are his
eipia I. Kvausvillc News-Journal.
Local Itarrlxter letorloiin.
The Kock Island an I Davenport at
torneys played the first of a series; of
three rames of ball at the ball park
in the latter city Saturday aft:rnoon
and the result was a "lorioiis vic
tory for the local barristers. In the
lirst part of the irame the Davenport
team had the best of it. but in the
fifth, sixth and si v. nth inniiiirs Kock
(slan t tell on tlie liall. pihnir up
ciiomrh runs to last, ami the score at
the close was 10 to 10. Fred Holmes,
the released catcher of the Daven
port team, officiated as umpire, and
the teams lined up as follows:
Kock Island Smith, e: Dart, p and
ss; kenworlhv. lb; Peek. 2l; Kellv,
ss and p; Stafford. 3b; Johnson, rf:
Looicy, cf; Murphy. If.
Davenport Henry PallutT. c and p;
Fintrer. p and ss; Walter PallutT, rf
and c; Crank Neal. lb; Met ice, 2b;
(ileason. 3b; Chirk, cf and ss; lleticr.
If; Fred Near, p and ss.
Krirk l.land liHrlxra Win.
link: I!;nnT s'eilis to have Ih-cii
r;-tliii;r the best of ihc aiiruiinnf in
the matter of amateur hall frames of
late. Comiiiir on top of Saturday's
victory by the lawyers of this city,
the Kock Island barbers yesterday
nftirnooii trimmed their Davenport
contemporaries 22 to 1.1, at the
Twelfth street park. There was a
fair crowd in attendance and the
match aroused great enthusiasm.
Kock Island excelled on all points,
makinsr three doubles and hittiiiir the
ball with effectiveness and regulari
ty. For tin- visitors Kiefcr's base
slidiiifr Wiis one of the most notice
able features. -It is probable that
no prospect of its being any belter
off until it makes the right move. A
reliable system of tire alarm should
b inaugurated with the establish
ment of a few boxes at least in the
business portion of the city at once.
Pnsiness men and property holders
have a right to demand to expect
this much. The public has. had am
ple demonstration of the farce of the
telephone as a means of fire alarm.
The best alone is reliable and the
best alone is good enough for Kock
Kock Islpnd wants rapid transit
as well as other improved means of
commirnicat ion with the lower end of
the county, and the sooner the coun
cil encourages a move in that direc
tion the better. It is not necessary,
nevertheless, that ordinances should
be indiscriminately granted. The re
sponsibility of the petitioner should
be fully considered and established.
Ordinances ought not to be granted
for the asking, but the cororation
proerly established that will aid in
the long- sought for communication
with the lower en J deserves every
encouragement that the city can give
it. In this connection the city may
be in a position to insure the placing
of the KiM-k river bridges in a state
of safety. I nder the conditions of
the ordinances under which it is now
operating in Kock Island the Tri-City
Kailway company is pledged to eon
tribute $2,000 to the improvement of
the bridges. With this amount avail
able a joint arrangement might be
made with the suburban corporation
that would enable the city to put the
bridges in suitable condition.
The council should not overlook
the desires of the Fifteenth strict
property holders in respect to paving
material. If the property holders
want asphalt, they, and not the riian
who sells or puts down the material,
f hould be considered.
J. T.' McKennan in Charge of
Freight Business of
Rock Island. :
CHECKED IN BY
Streeper Appointed a
Agent for I be
Messrs. Weaver and Vl mi. travcl
r auditors of tlie Kock Island road.
ere iii the ci t v. es t crda v and check-
in J. T. McKennan as airent in
harge of all the local freight busi-
ss of the company. I.. L. lii.il. who
:is been local freight and ticket
rent of tlu IVorla. wn cheeked
out by K. II. Hudson, auditor for the
I curia road.
The changes in the local freight
and general offices of the Peoria will
take dace July 1, at which time
those who are to be kept in the em
ploy of the Kock Island will be as
signed to their new positions. The
general ' otliees will, of course, be
abandoned, and the freight ot1ice
force will take possession oT the
present Peoria freight offices.
John S. Streeper. who has been
ticket seller iit the Peoria depot in
the employ of the Kock Island, is to
be checked ill as ticket airent. The
office is reallv a new one. although
Mr. (ioff was lmmin.illy both freig'n
and ticket agent for the Peoria. Mi
Slreeper's promotion is a fitting rei
ogiution of his 10 years of faithful
service in the company's employ.
other games will be arranged for
later on. Mellwain. of Kock Island
and Hantaan, of Davenport, acted as
umpires, and the teams lined up in
the following order:
Kock Isla il l Kecly. lb; Sample, ss:
Coff. If; Marshall, c; K. Stader. th;
K. Stader, 3b; Kerns, cf: Ihrig. p;
Markland. Krmger and Iglehart. rf.
Davenport -I riester. ss: isrigge.
lb; Priihu. cf; Chapman. 3b; Pogart.
cf; Mirtiel.I. e; Kiefer. If: Haby. cf;
Seoi e by innings:
Kock Island ... .3 ". n
Davenport 3 0 1
1 2 7 0 4 -0
10 0 3 3-
Otlior Amateur t.aniPH.
Scars and South Heights met on
the diamond at the latter place yes-
icnhiv morning, and 1he home team
carried off the honors. IS to 12
Pushart's concrete gang. from
Davenport, met Milan vesterdav af
ternoon on the Sears diamond, and
the Milanites won the day. 12 to '.
The Whitelines." compoed of em
ployes of the White Puggy company
and a team from the force of tin
Kock Island Puggy company played
at the Twelfth street park yester
day morning. The former were vic
torious. 13 to 7.
U'liuett's team won a hard-fought
victory vesterdav afternoon over the
Moliue Kast Kuds, the game being
played on the diamond near the Irv
ing school in this city. The score
was 0 1n 3.
TWO 1.VVS OK UASKIIAM-
bcorri Re iirilnl oil the Olitnioml by tfi
Chicago. June 'Si. I .ate records of
base ball playing tire as follows:
League (Saturday): At Pittsburg
St. 1-ouis 3, Pittsburg -I: (second game)
St. Lotus 1. Pittsburg 14: at Cincinnati
Chicago 11. Cincinnati .": at New
York and Poston Pain. Sunday i At
Cincinnati St. Louis 2. Cincinnati 7.
American (Saturdayi: At Cleveland
Washington 14. Cleveland !: at De
troit Poston 4. Detroit 1: at St. Louis
Philadelphia 1. St. Louis at Chi
cago altimore 2. Chicago (Sun
day) At Fort Wayne. I nil. Washing
ton 4. Cleveland ; at St. Louis Phil
adelphia 4. St. Louis 7: at Detroit
Poston t. Detroit 5.
Association (Saturdayi: At Columbus
Milwaukee 10. Columbus 4: at Lovd::-
ville St. Paul 1. Louisville T: at In
dianapolis Minneapolis 2. Indianapo
lis M; (second game) Minneapolis 1(1.
Indianapolis 1.3: at Toledo Kansas
City 4. Toledo J(i. (Sunday) At Louis
ville St. Paul 1. Louisville S; at To
ledo Kansas City 2. Toledo 3: (second
game) Kansas City It). Toledo 2; at
Columbus Milwaukee !". Columbus 2:
at Indianapolis Law.
Western (Saturday): At St. Joseph
Denver 0. St. Joseph 7; at Kansas iCty
Colorado springs (. Kansas City 3;
at Peoria Pes Moines did not arrive.
(Sunday) At Milwaukee Omaha S,
Milwaukee "; (second game) Omaha 4.
Milwaukee .": at St. Joseph Denver
4. St. Joseph 7: at Kansas City Colo
rado Springs 1, Kansas City 4; at Pe
oria Pes Moines 1.' Peoria '.I: (second
game) Pes Moines (!. Pituda 3.
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