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EVEN WITH RABBITS
Rock Island .Drops Saturday's
Came But Wins Yesterday
In Hard Battle.
RECORD CROWD OP THE SEASON
Dubuque Opening a Three Game
Series -llere To- -day.
P. W. L.
,. 10 42 28
. 67 37 30
,. 64 35 2'.)
. 68 35 33
. . 64 31 33
. . 64 30 34
, . 68 30 38
Cedar Rapids . . .
Kock Island . . . .
Springfield 67 26 41
Rock Island, 3; Cedar Kapids, 5.
Davenport. 5; Decatur, 3.
Hloomington, 4; Rockford, 1.
Dubuque, 8; Springfield, 5.
Rock Island, 4; Cedar Rapids, 3.
Davenport, 3; Decatur. 1.
Rockford, 5; Hloomington, 4.
Dubuque, 10; Springfield, 6.
Dubuque at Rock Island.
Davenport at Hloomington.
Rockford at Decatur.
Cedar Rapids at Springfield.
Donnelly's hit in the ninth inning
yesterday afternoon after two men
had been put out scored Dickey and
won a great game for Rock Island by
the close total of 4 to 3. Played lie
fore probably the largest crowd of
the year, it was a spectacular contest
from start to finish, as the result was
in doubt until the last play, and there
were plenty of features on the side.
At the beginning of the" ninth inning
the score w as 3 to 2 in favor of Rock
Island, but Heedles soaked the leather
over the left fence for a home run
and evened the tally sheet. It looked
very much like a lO-inning game at
that stage, but Manager Donnelly
saved the day with his timely hit.
The Kock Island t wirier was iu
good form and up to the ixth inning
the visitors managed to get only one
hit off his delivery. Several times he
pulled out of a tight box with the
bases full. Ueedles was touched up
for a total of 11 hits and several of
them came at just the proper mo
ment. Dickev was much in evidence
at first and cleaned up a foul in front
of the bleachers which brought out
great enthusiasm. In f lie fifth C'ruiii
reached into a very difficult fly and
picked it out of the atmosphere just
before it was due to strike the ground.
O'Leary also came in for a share of
the plaudits when he caught a fold
while taking a header at the same
How the Scores Were Made.
Kock Island made the first two tal
lies iu the third inning. Martin was
first up, but was retired at first by
Hill's throw. Dickey placed a hit just
over second and La K a IT followed with
a single. Cruni went to first on a
fielder's choice. LaKalY being caught
at second. Donnelly walked and (ira
liam made himself popular by swing
ing on the ball for a clean single
and scored Dickey and Crum. Van
dine hit to Hill and was retired, with
the side, at first. Cedar Rapids se
cured two runs in the sixth after two
men had been retired. Xovaevk and
Hill sing-led, Hansen was caught at
first, and then, on a little drive to
Lister, both men scored while the hat
ter was juggling the ball and Rimes
secured his base on the error. Herte
walked, but Heedles was caught at
first by LaKalFs quick work.
Hotb Side. Score.
In the eighth Rock Island drew
ahead, Graham scoring after his hit
on Lister's single. O'Leary hit for
two bases, but died on the circuit on
Martin's fly to center. Kock Island
was one to the good and the crowd
hoped to see the visitors retired ia
the ninth without a score, but Heed
les home run again made it a tie
Dickey came up first for Rock Island
and went to first when hit by Heedles.
LaKaff knocked a fly into Duvall's
hands and Crum did likewise. Dickey
stole second and scored, winning the
game, on Donnelly's hit, which was a
beauty, just nt the right time and
good for three bases if necessary.
The score in detail:
ROCK ISLAND. R. II. F. A. E.
Crum, If 1 1 1 0 0
Donnelly, cf 0 2 3 0 0
Graham, ss 12 2 10
Vandine, 3b 0 0 1 2 1
Lister, 2b 0 1 1 2 1
O'Leary, c 0 3 8 1 0
Martin", rf - 0 1 2 0 0
Dickey, lb 2 1 10 1 0
LaKaff, p 00110
Duval, If .'.
Herte, ss .
4 11 20 8 2
R II. P. A. E.
0 0 10 0 0
1 10 0 0
0 0 6 0 0
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Heedles, p . 1 1 0 1 0
Totals 3 726 14 1
Two out when winning run was
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 02 0000 1 1 4
Cedar Rapids 000 002 0 0 13
Summary: Struck out by LaKaff
6, by Heedles 2. liases on balls off La
Kaff 5, off Heedles 1. Two-base hits
Donnelly, O'Leary. Home run Heed
les. Umpire McXamara.
Dareaport 3t Decatur 1.
Decatur, July 20. Twenty-five hun
dred people saw Davenport defeat De
catur in a well-played- game. .Score:
Davenport 0 o 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 12 0
Decatur 0000000011 8 2
' Hatteries Stauffer and Lobeck;
Weigand and lire lis.
KockfortI 5. liloonilnrton 4.
Hloomington, July 20. Stupid base
running by the home team after a
fine batting rally in the eighth lost a
chance to tie the score ami win the
game. Graham was invincible until
the eighth, and after three runs were
in Owen was substituted. McGreevy
was poorly supported and was hit
hard in the fifth, after which Smith
relieved him. Score:
Rockford 10000 100005 12 3
Hloomington 0O0 1O0030 I 5 2
Hatteries Graham, Owens and
Meek; McGreevy and Donovan.
Dubuque lO. Sprlntcflrld tt.
Springfield, July 20. Ebright lost
the game for the locals. Hagerman
had all the best of the pitching argu
ment, but his support was poo.
Dnbnque 2 12000 11310 8 6
Springfield 0 10 12 0 1 . O 6 13 10
Hatteries I shell and Jameson; Ha
german and licit.
SHOULD IIAVB WON SATURDAY.
Hook Island Let the Game Slip Away After
a Victory Had Been Karned.
With two men out Rock Island let
Cedar Kapids score three times iu
the seventh inning Saturday after
noon, the result of unintelligible play
ing. This gave Cedar Kapids the game
5 to 3. Outside this one inning the lo
cals had the best of it and seemed to
hae the game in hand. Arthur, the
new pitcher, held the Rabbits to live
hits, and pitched a jfame which did
not suffer in comparison with that of
the redoubtable l'elty. The latter
gave an April day exhibition, striking
out 10 men but darkening the brilli
ancy of that record with seven bases
on balls. Features of the game were
Dickey's great double play, unassist
ed, and Crum's running catch out to
the left in the sixth. Score:
Donnelly, cf ....
Graham, ss ....
A.R. R. II. I". A K
..4 1 0 2 0 0
..40 1 1 20
..3 1 1 1 60
. . 2 0 O 1 1 2
, . 3 0 0 7 0 0
. . 3 0 1 12 0 0
. . 3 O - 0, 0 1.0
. . 0 0 0 0 0 0
. . 20 3 5-26 1 1 2
Vandine, 3b ....
Hatted for Arthur in ninth.
-Hansen out. hit by batted ball
CEDAR RAPIDS A.R. K.
Drury, If 5 1
Rickey, 2b 5 1
Fuller, lb " 2 1
Xovaeek, rf 3 1
Hill. 3b 4 1
Hansen, c 4 0
llimes, cf 4
Herte, ss 2 0
Pclty, p 4 0
Totals 33 5
II. P. A. E
0 1 0 I
0 4 10
0 4 O 0
1 0 0 0
1 I) O O
1 10 3 0
O 2 0 1
0 6 2 0
2 0 2 1
5 27 8 3
Score by innings:
Rock Island 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 03
Cedar Rapids 0 1 0 1 O O 3 0 0 5
Three-base hit Vandine. H:-ses on
balls Pelty, 7; Arthur. 4. Struck out
Pelty, JO; Arthur, 5. Double play
Dickey, (unassisted.) Wild pitch
Pelty. Hit by pitcher Xovaeek, Ful
ler. Dickey. Time 1 : ."o. I'mpire, Mc
Xamara. Other Saturday (inmra.
At Decatur Davenport, 5-12-5; De
At Hloomington Rlnomington, 4-7-7;
At Springfield Dubuque. 8-15-8;
Lawyer Lone A rain.
Rock- Island barristers appear una
ble to win a game of ball this summer
from their Davenport brethren. Sat
urday afternoon the third game of
the season wns played before a big
crowd at the Davenport park, and the
lowans won out 13 to 5. Following is
the lineup and score by innings:
Rock Island Smith, lb; Kelly, p;
Kenworthy, 3b; Rartlioiomcw, 2b;
Gest. c; Dart, ss; Witter, rf; Lukens,
If; Schillinger. cf.
Davenport MeGee. 2b; Fred Xeal,
ss; Xoth, 3b; Cook, c; Heuer, If;
Frank Xeal, lb; Ralluff, rf; Hall, cf;
Rock Island 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 05
Davenport . . 0 6 004 102 13
Noted of the Diamond.
Xo one doubts that the Three-Eye
league is playing fast ball, but the
manner in which the error column
continues to loom up is a caution.
Yesterlay there were no less than 26
errors made in the league and Satur
day the grand, total mounted to 32.
The Standards went to Orion yes
terday and defeated the local team nt
that, place by the score of 8 to 3. The
batteries were Wilson ami Kiem for
the Standards and Wilson and John
son for Orion. -
TO UNITE CLERKS
Branches of Order of Railway
Clerks to be Formed in
OVER OUE HQNDEED ELIGIBLE
XV. E. San ford, District Organizer
Will Conduct Meetings
W. E. Sanford, of Kansas City, dis
trict organizer of the Order of Rail
way Clerks of America, is in the tri
cities and will try to effect an organ
ization, of the office men of the vari
ous roads centering here, lie has met
with good success so far and expects
to have practically all the men who
are eligible to membership enrolled
before leaving for other fields. Mr.
Sanford has begun his work iu Dav
enport, where a meeting to close up
matters will be field this evening at
Union hall. Tomorrow evening a
meeting will be held with the same
object in view, in this city.
For Mutnal Help.
The object of organixb; is mutual
advancement or the centering of the
management of matters involving the
interests of all the members iu the
hands of a few that they may be look
ed after the more thoroughly. A
small insurance may also he carried,
this feature, it is intended, being
made more prominent as' the organ
ization grows stronger.
For many years the railway em
ployes in other branches havee been
organized and their condition has
been greatly Improved thereby.
Wages have been increased, hours of
labor shortened and other restric
tions put upon the companies that ren
der the lift' of a railroad man more
pleasant and safe. The clerks, how
ever, have remained stationary in tin
matter of rules governing their work
and their wages have steadily declin
ed. Three vears ago the idea of or
ganizing was first taken up at the
city from which Mr. Sanford hails.
Kansas City. Xow the Order of Kail
way Clerks has a membership of 12,
(!tx and is rapidly growing.
An idea of the popularity of the
organization movement may be had
from the fact thai since starting from
Omaha three weeks ago Mr. Sanford
has organized the clerks of Council
Hluffs, Sioux City, Des Moines. Mar
shall! own ami Cedar Rapids. There
are now CO lodges in the Mississippi
valley, . east of Chicago and nine in
Canada and two in Mexico. There are
about sixty clerks in Davenport who
are eligible to membership and 50 in
Rock Island ami Moline. It is the in
tention to organize separate lodges.
oie for Davenport and one for Rock
Island a;d Moline:'"'
WILL ARRIVE TOMORROW.
LaelU-Forepaneh-Flsh Wild West Shown
Oated for Kwk Island.
Hright and early tomorrow morn
ing the I.uclla Forapaugh-Fish Wild
West shows will arrive in Rock Isl
and audi in a comparatively short time
the large stretch of canvas will cov
er the show ground on Forty-second
tt reet and Fifth avenue. Tomorrow
morning at lO o'clock the wild west
show will hold its parade over the
principal streets. The procession will
be headed by Oeorge W. Forepaugh,
the veteran showman, and only broth
er to the late circus owner, Adam
Forepaugh, whose death 11 years ago
occurred in Philadelphia, the home of
the Forcpaughs. Luella Forepaugh
Fish, Cherokee Hill, the noted rifle
shot and frontiersman; Col. Alexis
(leorgian. whose troops of Cossacks
and Arabs arc features of the big
show, Charlie Tompkins, the prizei
winner at the cowboys' convention
held early this year at Oklahoma, and
other famous personages. Three
bands of music, led by the celebrated
cowboy band will be in line, and fht
procession concludes with the eu
phoneous melodies of the bright and
hamtsome calliope presided over by
ISud Horn, known throughout the land
as the king of calliope players.
According to the newspapers of the
towns visited by the Forepa ugh-Fish
Wild West shows, if. is one of the
most complete organizations of its
character in the country, and its per
formances are invariably marked by
success Its riders are daring, its In
dians are typical, the cowboys are fine
ly built specimens of the true border
life, and so on through the entire ga
mut of its arena jierformers. His
torical facts, such as the Custer mas
sacre, are dealt with in strenuous and
vivid- fashion and the reproduction
gives one nn idea of how the gallan
Custer made his last stand
against the overwhelming Indian
hordes. The attack on the stage coach
and the repulse of the Indians is an
other notable incident, the wonderful
rifle shooting by the girl expert. Lone
Star May, the demon-like riding f
the band of Cossacks, marvelous pyra
inhli building arwl acrobatics of the
Arabian contingent, are all worthy
of high, commendation.
Tomorrow afternoon a free and ex
remely hazardous high dive will be
given, free to all at 1. o'clock, and it
will he repeated at night at 7. The
wild west performances will begin at
2 and 8 o'clock.
No Flty Shown.
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SALE RAPIDLY INCREASING
Ml-o-na. the Flesh Forming- Food. I nr reus
ing: the Welg-ht of Hundred of T. II.
Thomas' Customers. -
One of the greatest successes of
late years, has- been achieved by Mi-o-iki,
the remarkable flesh-forming
food. Its sale here in Rock Island, is
increasing so rapidly that T. II. Thom
as, the enterprising druggi;-t, who in
troduced it, is haing hard work to
keep it on hand.
It has become very popular with
well known bankers, ministers, law
yers and othtrs whose business or
profession prevents their taking much
exercise, while those who have been
troubled with indigestion, mal-assimi-
lation of food . and loss of flesh.
brought on by irregular eating, wor
rying or other causes, have found
health ami strength in this reliable
Mi-o-na is in the form of small tab
lets, and is sold in metal boxes, es
pecially designed for convenience of
carrying in the pocket or purse. If
is pleasant to take and a few days
treatment shows considerable gain in
health, while an increase iu weight
will be noticed after the first week's
Mi-o-na has been so uniformly suc
cessful in building up good, soli.l.
healthy flesh, and in curing all stom
ach troubles, that T. II. Thomas rolls
it under his personal guarantee to re
fund the money if it does not give
satisfaction. A guarantee like this
speaks volumes for the merit .f Mi-o-n
Lack of flesh does not usually come
from lack of food, but because the
food is not properly assimilated by
the tissues. If you are losing weight
or if your weight is not what it should
be, you iliuiihl begin the use of Mi-o-na
T. H. Thomas has so .much faith in
the preparation thai he will sell it
under his agreement to pay for it
himself in case it does not give satis
faction. You can surely afford to
begin its use today on these terms.
(C aaeato Tear too-teeta ttitn Caaearet.
Csndy Caifer.rttc, cure constipation forever
C f lII. drurvlstamfund mniM
J p. m.. Mendelsohn's and Marguer
ite Smith; J:.:o. lecture. "William Xor-
ris and His Friends," by Mrs. Ring
ham; ":::. concert, Mendelsohn's and
Marguerite Smith; S p. in., lecture by
William E. Curtis; moving pictures.
2 p. m baud concert; cornet solo
by Miss Alma Holt; C:::, address by
lion. II. J. Hamlin, attorney general
of Illinois; 7:.'.u. band concert, cornet
solo by Alma Holt; 8 p. in., lecture by
William Jennings Hryan; moving pic
S p. in., special number, concert by
Dundar Hand Hell Ringers and male
quartet. Mrs. Charles D. Kellogg, the
great naturalist and bird warbler,
will assist in the entertainment.
7:.'!0 p. m.. special engagement;
ioint Political debate between U. S.
Senators Henjamin 1. Tillman and J.
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IVock Island III.
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you to have a p-ooil timi and to free
your iniml of tin worrit's you have
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privately. It may be repaid, on terms
whieh will be convenient for you;
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Your furniture, piano, horses, vvng-nib-,
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are left undisturbed in your ovyn pos
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Wc want all those who are tempor
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and let us explain our methods. To
satisfy you means best results for us.
We aim to do this. Let us tell you
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best grades of wines, brandies and
whiskies are sold, and with every
bottle is given our guarantee of
its age, absolute purity and brand.
RETAIL LIQUOR STORE.
Market Square, cor. Seventeenth
Street and Third Avenue.