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TIU5 AHGXTS, THURSDAT, AUGUST 120, 1903.
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ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
ICE CREAM AT
If you want ice cream that is
pure and delicious, you want to try
Math's. It is made of fresh cream and
finest extracts that can be used.
"We put our Ice Cream up in most
any individual forms, such as fruits,
flowers, Brownies, etc., of all descrip
tions. Give us your party order. We guar
F . J. MATH,
Confectioner a.nd Pa.rty
1716-1718 SECOND AVENUE.
Old 'Phone 1156. New Thone 6156.
It's Quality That Counts
In coal It's quality that make
heat, it's quality that retains it,
it is quality that makes possible
onsumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, clean ash ; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bills
your're not paying for dirt, refuse
or unburnables. The eoal we
handle, both hard and soft, de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it.- A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZEP
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Dubuque Finds Case a Puzzling
Proposition in Yester
TWO IOWA TWIELEES USED UP
Leaders Drop One Over at
en port Results or
I W. L. Pet.
Bloomington 99 60 31) .606
Decatur 1)4 54 40 .574
Kockfortl OS 52 16 .331
Davenport 03 40 11 .527
Kock Island i3 47 46 .505
Cedar Rapids 1)4 45 49 .470
Dubuque OS 42 56 .429
Springfield OS 35 03 .357
IfockIsIand.il; Dubuque, 5.
Cedar Kapids, 7; Springfield, 1.
Hockford. 4; Decatur, 2.
Daenport, !S; liloomington, 2.
Dubuque, Aug. 20. Case was in su
perb form yesterday, the heavy-hitting
Iowans who the day before took
a fall out of Arthur, never hating a
ghost of a show. On the other hand.
K-ock Island pounded Burwell and Eul
at will, and with the aid of a bunch
of misplays ran up 11 scores. Here is
HOCK ISLAND. It. II. V. A . E.
Crum, If 1 o 3 0 0
Donnellv, ef 2
l.ati liter, c .
Lister, 2b . .
Dickey, lb .
Wind, rf ...
Carr. 3b ...
Hughes, ss .
Muelovv. lb .
Everett, rf .
Cabill. If ...
IJurwell, p .
1 . 1
Totals 5 7
Score by innings;
Hock Island 02 1 14 3 0 0 011
Dubuque 00 0 2 00 03 0 5
Summary: Two-base hits Lister,
Donnelly. Bases on balls off Bur
well. 1; otT Eul. 2; ot? Case, 1. Struck
nut lv Eul. 4: by Case. 7. Wild pitch
Hul. Double play Carr-Duelow. I'ni
Kockford 4. Iterator 3.
Hock ford. Aug. 20. The champions
put up another brilliant game yester
day and defeated Decatur handily,
(iralwm pitched well and his support
was without a flaw. Score:
Hockford 10 0 0 1 2 r 4 9 0
Decatur 00000 100 1 2 9 3
Batteries- (iraham and Meek; Bal
liet and Krebs.
Darenpart 8. Itloomlnrton 2.
Davenport, Aug. 20. Davenport hit
Bishop hard and was assisted by
Bloomington errors. Stautfer kept
the hits weil scattered. Score:
Davenport 3 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 H 15 1
Bloomington 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 O 2 7 5
Batteries Stauffer and Williams;
Bishop and Donovan.
Cedar Rplda 7. SprlnHUl 1.
Cedar Hapids, Aug. 20. Cedar Hai
ids made three scores by hard hitting
in the first, inning and after that took
things easy. Score:
Cedar Hapids 31 0 1 0 0 2 0 7 0 2
Springfield 00 1000 0 001 10 2
Batteries. Beedles and Hansen; Ha
gerinan and Heading.
Arranclnr Post-Season Games.
Contracts are now being drawn up
for two series of post-season games.
One is between Bloomington. and De
catur and the other between the top
notchers in the Three-Eye ami the
Central leagues. The former will de
termine whether Bloomington or De
catur, which ever gets the ppnant, is
really deserving of it, and the other
will demonstrate which league is" the
highest class. In the games between
Bloomington and Decatur, three will
hii played in each city and then if
there remains any doubt over t he
matter' a seventh will be played at
Host From th Diamond.
Bloomington met its sixth succes
sive defeat at Davenport yesterday.
Begins to look as though some of the
teams who have ieen hanging on to
the lower rung the greater part of
the season would come under the wire
neck and neck with the Bloomers.
Killian. who has been pitching gilt-
edged ball for Hockford for two sea
sons, has been sold to Cleveland.
President. Sexton leaves tomorrow
for Saratoga to attend the confer
ence of magnates enneu io arrange a
new national agreement.
Decatur has a mew infielder named
Olenn Andrews. His home is in Iona,
Mich., and he has been playing utili
ty for Toledo, Ohio.
Pitcher McCafFerty and Shortstop
Vie King, of the Springfield team,
have been suspended, the former be
cause he refused to play-ball unless a
fine assessed against him was can
that's all there is to it. It
and restores color to gray
I tt it iry
celled, ami the latter owing to an
other financial dispute with the league
The Clinton Independents', were
again beaten yesterday in a game at
the home grounds, the Union Giants,
of Chicago, taking them into camp 8
to 5..' " -
Hockford players say the Commo
dores:, have always been easy and if
Nicol can take Pdoomington down this
time the ex-champs may again be
champs.. Hopeful Hockford. Decatur
1 ." Krores la the Ills leagues,
CMrngo, Aug. 'JO. Following ore the
League: At Bstoin Cincinnati "
Boston 0; (second game) Cincinnati :
Boston 4; at Brooklyn Chicago .
BrooMyn !; (second game) Chicago !,
Brooklyn 5; at New York Rain.
' American: At Cleveland Washing
ton O. Cleveland 2; at Chicago Huston
4, Chicago 3; at Detroit Wet grounds,
nt St. Louis Postponed, owing to rail
Association: At Kansas City Co
lnmhuft 2, Kansas City 7; nt MSnhcap
oils Indianapolis 1, Minneapolis 0; at
Milwankee-Tolodo 4, MlhvnukceTi; Sit
tt. Paul Louisville 1, St. Paul 3.
Western:' At Des Moines Kansas
C?lt,v 0, Des Moines 7; nt Denver -rporla
18. Denver S: nt Omaha St.
Joseph '5. Omaha 8: at Colorado Springs
Milwaukee 15, Colorado Springs 2.
LIQUOR DEALERS MEET
AND ELECT DELEGATES
The Illinois Liquor Dealers" associa
tion for the Thirty-third district of
the state met at (lenesco Tuesday and
appointed delegates to the state con
vention. ,li.m Ohlweiler, of this city,
presided over the meeting, and August
De Clerk, of Moline. wits secretary.
The next meeting will be held at Ke-
Nx a nee.
Following are the delegates
Hock Island A. II. l.itt,
weiler, 'A. McMahon, Peter
gust Hanson, L. Englin.
Moline B. E. Johnson. 1'rcd Berg
iuist, A. O. Johnson, Joseph I'llman,
(ieneseo W. A. Strong, Fred Sci
ben. Charles Ellingsw orth.
Kewanec- Pat Coyne, Matt Heiff,
HIGHLY COLORED SUNSET:
LOOKED LIKE A BIG FIRE
tine ot the most oeaul mil sunsets
that have been seen in Hock Island
for a long time was seen by anyone
who happened, to turn their eyes west
ward about s o'clock last night.
The whole western horizon was a
g'.ire of crimson svarlet and purple,
and the appearance was so like the
glare attendant upon -a big (ire that
the central at the telephone otliee hal
numerous calls asking where the tire
About .S:1.j the glare commenced to
fade in thv growing darkness and in
a few minutes the twinkling . stars
with their background of dark blue
had taken the place of the former ir
NO IMPROVEMENT IN THE
CONDITION OF WHITESIDE
A telegram was received at the
sheriff's office. Ihis morning from Mrs.
II. S. (Jibbs. of Williamsville. III., in
reply to tJie one sent to her yester
day in relation to B. A. Whiteside, the
young man found minus his memory
on the streets of Moline Tuesday
night. Mrs. (iibbs simply asks that
she be furnished particulars of White
side's case. Whiteside is still at the
jail. There is lio improvement in his
Joseph Hatchings, of Muscatine, of
ficial starter for the Twin-City Driv
ing association, and who will preside
at the meeting next week at the Ninth
street park, has had a varied experi
ence on the race track.
He was the official starter at all
JOSEPH HUTCH IX(iS,
of the Twin-City Driv
matinees during the season of 1000
1001 at the famous racing track in
New York city known the world over
as the "SK?edi Way." His fairness to
AVer's Hair Vigor makes the hair
because it is a hair-food. It
the hair and the hair grows,
stops falling of the hair, too,
EXPECT A CROWD
Moline Preparing to
Hosts of Union
CELEBRATION AT COU00RDIA PARK
Representation Looked Tor From
a Number of Outnide
In Moline, where the annual Labor
day celebration of the tri-city union
men will be held this year, they are
planning for the biggest demonstra
tion ever held, in this vicinity oti a
similar occasion. It is expected that
there will be from 1.000 to 1.200 per
sons in the para do with which the cel
ebration will begin as usual, as the
Unions not only of the three cities,
but the surrounding towns as well,
have given assurance that they will
turn out in large numbers. There will
He brass bands, floats and banners to
Vnlivcn the marching - throng. The
parade will move in three divisions,
constituted as follows:-
First division. Platoon of police;
Light (iuard Marine band; speakers in
carriages; Davenport mayor and city
council in carriages; Davenport, labor
Second division Hock Island may
or and city council in carriages; Hock
Island labor unions; tri-city orgnniza
Third division Moline city council
in carriages; visiting labor unions;
Moline labor unions; fire department
Three prizes of $10 each will be giv
en to the organization that makes the
bes.t appearance, to the one that has
the greatest number of men in line,
and to the finest industrial float. In
Ihe afternoon at the ground.-;. Con
cordia park, there will be sports un
der the direction of J. M. Hartzcll.
The president of the day will be D.
A. Ilarrah. and Andrew (iilsi n will be
marshal of the parade. The seakers
are Mayor ('. P. Skinner, of Moline;
Mayor W. C. Crolius. of Jolict. and F.
D. Strickland, labor organizer, from
Dubmpie. The committee on arrange
ments is composetl of Alfred Freed,
chairman, t'hris Dolan. Emil Cole
man. John Mann. J. P. Warren, D. A.
Ilarrah. P. J. Carlson. Frank Blom
berg and J. M. Hartzcll.
MOVEMENT FOR CENTRAL
FARMERS' SOCIETY FAILS
A meeting was called in Chicago
vestcrday for the inauguration of a
movement for the forming of a cen
tral society of farmers, the object
being to unite all the separate socie
ties for the protection and advanci-
nu'iit of farmers as a class. The
meeting was held at the (Jrand. Pacific
hotel. :rt there were but eight men
present, only one of whom was a bona
fide farmer. J. A. Everett, of Indian
apolis, president of the American So
ciety of Equity of North America, was
the guiding spirit, and addressed those
who had. assembled, outlining the pur
poses in mind when the meeting was
"There are over .1.000 organizations
of farmers in all parts of the coun
try," he said. "These may do some
good, but i hoy do not accomplish
what a general organization would
do. It practically would control the
market of farm products of every
kind, and would distribute them in
such a way as to enable the farmers
a S tarter
all contestants in the matinees held at
the Ninth street race track this sea
son, has proved him to be a man who
knows his business and a starter that
will U creiliit to any race meet on any
track in the countrv. He started in a
mi u) her of races the famous Iouis
Jefferson, owned by Smathers.; Smil
ax, owned- by Newberger; Cob Web.
owned by Nathan Sto.ss; Daniel, 2:0..
driven by Alta McDonald; Major Del
mar. 2:01 Vi-
Mr. Hutching officiated as starter
for a number of seasons and has a
record that speaks of him as " an of
ficial that is equal to all entangle
ments and in his mild way settles all
disputes in a manner that meets the
approval of the spectators." Other
horses like Jchn H. (ientry, Joe. Pat li
en, and the remarkable Stanbone,
owned by E. H. Harrimau. have pass
cc', under the wire while our starter
The Twin-City Driving association
can well be proud to have secured this
ojficial. It insures for the great Aug
ust meet, lasting four days, a guar
antee that all contestants, will re
ceive fair tieatni'cnt and an equal
chance at the great purses then
awarded. During the remaind'r of
the racing season Mr. Hatchings will
officiate at Sioux City. Wilton. Balti
more, Philadelphia and Trenton.
Potent IMII riranarc.
The pills that are potent in their
action and pleasant in effect are B
Witt's Little Early Risers. W. S. Phil
pot, of Albany, Ga, says: "During a
billions attack I took one. Small as it
was it did me more good than calo
mel, blue-mass or any other pills lever
took, and at the same lime it affected
me pleasantly. Little Early Ilisers
are certainlj' an ideal pill."
Sold by Harper House pharmacy:
A. J. Heiss drug store, corner Serenth
tveuue and Twentj--seventh street.
to realize equitable compensation for
After a brief discussion several of
those present reiivcmbered they had
important apjxnntments elsewhere,
and left the meeting. It was decided
to call an-other meeting at Chicago
Sept. S. - ;
MANY FROM THE CITY ARE
ATTENDING FARMERS' PICNIC
Many people from the city are in
attendance at the f armors' picnic be
ing held at Woodward's- grove, near
Cordova. There is n big. good-natured
crowd in attendance, and an en
tertaining program of speaking, mu
sic and sports has been arranged to
be carried out during the day.
Pots an Kud to It All.
A grievous wail oft times comes as a
result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs, dizziness, backache,
liver complaint and constipation. But
thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills.
they put an end to it all. They are
gentle, but thorough. Try them. On
ly 25 cents. Guaranteed by Hart. &
City directory revised '
Records are kept of peo
ple movlntr. arriving or
Credit reports and cor
rect addresses furnished
Brewnch of the Bergman
2O7-20'.t Brady street , Davenport
Diblctiom Cham a i run. Kindt a. Company.
Friday, Aug. 21.
The biggest and best colored minstrel
company on earth.
:;.- M 1 NSTKEL KINGS :!.
Four IIOl'sKI.Y BUOS. Four
in the greatest musical act on the
BIG NOVEL TY STKEET PAHA DE.
Prices reduced to. 20 :tn. .10 cents
Seats on sale at Illinois Smoker.
DlBtCTION CMAMBERUN.KIhpT A. COMPANY.
Saturday, Aug. 22.
LOP M. llOl'SEMAN. ANDY CHAIG
and JACK 11 EI J.MAN present
15 he Hoot-Gardner
ALL STAIJ ENTEKTA1 N EIJS, in
cluding the copyrighted
Polyscope Life Pictures
Of the world's light heavy weight
championship contest. Vivid and
life-like from gong to knock-out.
A complete and varied perform
ance. ( lean and wholesome. The
best- the vaudeville stage affords.
,! Ty 4. In a four round exhl
QCk IvOUl bitton contest with
r 1 ur r Uebiwoictit
WOnrV IlUgcXH champion of the
Doors onen at 12:. 10 p. m. Enter
tainment commences at 1 o'clock, and
continues until 10::'0 p. 111.
PIJICES 10, 20. 30 and 50e. Seats
at Illinois smoker.
blRLCTION CHAMBtRUN.KlNPTA. COMPANY.
Sunday, Aug. 23.
IloUen Bros. sensation of the ce
tury, THE DENVER
The greatest scenic play on the
A carload of special scenery and me
Prices 2.u, 3.V. 30c.
Scats on ;-aIe at the Illinois Smoker
CULtriON CMAMBl RUN.KINPT COMPANY.
Sunday, Aug. 30.
G as cony."
J. M. BUF0RD
The old Fire, nnd
Time - tried Com
Bates as Tor as
any reliable com
pany ran afford
Your patronage ia
. ..... solicited.
Z5e Men's Outfitters.
1724 Second Ave n vie.
MAKE A NOTE OF IT.
Fidelity Loan Company.
Mitchell & Lynde block, Room 88. Office, hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and
Saturday evenings. Telephone west 1514. New telephone C011
J5he Gold Crown Dental Parlors
Third Avenue and Seventeenth Street, Rock Island.
ATTACHES TO ANY
TUB OR LAVATORY.
A5 VOUf PHYSICIAN A&OUT
Davis Block. Old 'Phone 114R. New
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r 1 j UH-:T I mr -
Ytm "an borrow money here on
your furniture, piano, horses, wagons,
or other personal property, on short
notice, privately and without disturb
ing or removing the projerty from
your possession. Amounts from $10
upwards. Our rates are reasonable,
our methods reliable. We make it a
point to satisfy every customer.
Write, call or telephone us. We will
be glad to quote you our terms and
give u further informal ion.
The Painless Dental Specialists
You can see
them at our
112 West Seventeenth St.
For either sickness or sociability,
a bottle of our fine bond whiskies
should always be kept. Every one
knows the benefits derived from
pure whisky for colds, indigestion
or the. ma 113' ills that flesh is heir
to. We carry one of the finest lines
of bottled goods in the three cities
and when in need of anything in
that line give us a call.
RETAIL LIQUOR STORE.
Market Square, cor. Seventeenth
Street and Third Avenue.