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WINS BOTH GAMESIBURUNGTON BIDDER
Pitcher Arthur Lundin Fac?s
Bloomers Two Days in
VICTORY AFTER 11 I THINGS
New Men Tead In Hitting
Davenport . .
Bockford . . .
Bock I land .
Rock Island .r. Bloomington 3.
Davenport 2. Cedar Rapids 1.
Kockford 11. Dubuque 10.
Decatur 3, Springfield 2.
Cedar Rapid at Rock Island.
Davenport at Kloomingtou.
Kockford at Decatur.
Dubuque at Springfield.
Bloomington, June II. Pitcher Ar
thur Lundin. to demonstrate what he
i- capable of doing when the team be
hind him ii) affordine him proper l
port, went to oppose tin- Hloomers
again yesterday, and treated them to
the same medicine as he administered
them the day before, although it re
quired 11 Innings t.. turn the trick.
Lundin had for his adversary on the
firing line the veteran. McCafferty,
and tlie latter put up one of the hard
est battles of his career in his en
deavor to put down the Rock Island
onie.er. Cosily errors were made
behind McCafferty. Lundin fanned
nine men. Rock Island nlave.l clean
ill the field, w i t h the exception of
Lister. Pete had a had day, making
both the errors credited to his team.
'The bitting honors for Hock Island
were carried o(T by the two new men.
McDonoiigb. and Robertson. Kaeh got
it hits. McDonoiigh having a two-
Imser and Robertson a three-baser.
B. H. P. A. E.
o 1 0 I) (I
0 1 2 0 0
0 0 2 0 0
0 8 15 2
2 13 4 0
1 2 0 " 0
I i in 0 0
0 o o 4 o
5 B 33 1 1 t
B. H. P. A. E.
1 2 I l 1
0 12 4 1
o o r o o
0 0 10 1 1
114 0 0
0 1 2 O 0
0 i :; 2 i
0 0 1 i 0
0 10 0 0
3 S 33 12 4
1 )ona hoe If
Lolly, i f
Yandine, :d ,
lil.iMiM I VOTOX.
Donov an, o 0
Score by innings:
Bloomington 000002 o 0 l 003
Rock Island IM80 (MM) 0 1 2 0 2
Summary: Two-base hit - McDon
ough. Three-base hits Herbert. Cas
sady, Godwin, Robertson. Struck out
b, McCafferty, 4; by Lvndhx.9. Dou
ble plays - Robertson -Miller-Lister.
Time 2:1.. Umpire Milan. Attend
Moraine Mat. Ii at Ho. k fi.nl.
Kockford, .lune 11. Roekford won a
slugging game in the inth itining. Five
pitchers were used by the two teams,
each being hit frequently. Score:
Bockford 3130001 1 1-11 17 2
Duboqne 3O6SO0 l 000-10 11
Batteries Craham. Malven. Baker
and Hesslrr: Ciok. Smith anil Thierv.
DfKHl'ir I" ltlankeri.
Spring-field, .lune 11. Springfield
scored it second shut-out f the sea
son, takinir the second game of the
series with Decatur. Manager McFnr
land was seat to the bench by Umpire
Lobeck for kicking and tine.l $:. The
Springfield 1 0 1 on 0 0 0 -2 7 2
Decatur 00000000 0-0 5 1
Batteries Conosrer and Latimer;
Welgend and O'Coaaor.
I 4Teru ort Win in.
Davenport, .lune 11. The local
took the Mi 6)0 ml game f the series
with Cedar Rapids in a hard fought
Davenport 0 000 0 2 00-2 112
Cedar Kapids OlOOeooos-i H1
Batteries) Wallace and Williams;
Moore and Ludwig.
In Rig- i Mi" a
Culoniio. June 11. Following are the
base ball scores:
Leagne: At Bston- -Pittsburg 8.
Boston 4: at New York Chic. go 0,
New York 5; at BrooklynSt IxHBn
I. Rmoklyn 3: at Phihlalephlri - Wet
American: At letroit Washins'on
1. Detroit 1. at Clevelani Phlladelphin
L Cleveland 3: at St. LouiJ -Boston 7.
St. Loo Ml 1: at Chicago -New Yrk 5,1
Association: At Toledo Minneapolis
To:io 2; at LesnarrfOs Kittens CMrv
Fortunately, physicians know
Thev pcrib tt or exhaustion, aremia
FOR LEAGUE BERTH
Said Iowa Town Will Have Three
Eye Franchise in the
Near Fat ore.
It H rumored that Burlington
(Iowa), will have a franchise In the
Three-Kye league before the present
season is much old r. J'.urlititf ton is
in the Iowa league and claims that it
has an average week day patronage
at home of SOD. That is Letter than
the town did when it was in the V .--
tern association with Rock islam!
several years ago.
But the backers of the team there
now say that the city has the habit
and there is as game a lot of fans there
as can be found in anv burg of it
size in the country. They want t
get inti faster company. Correspon
dence lias been carried on with PresJ
dent Holland, it is reported, and lit
is favorably impressed with the rep re
sentatioiis from that oitv
In case of a break Rurlington wil!
have a first call, Thi.-- naturally opens
up discussk ii as to the nndesirability
of Bockford as a member of th
Three-Eye for reasons geographical
and attendance. Its continuance
means loss not onlt to Bockford but
to every other town in the circuit
1 he attcndaiii-e there has never been
what it should be. The eitj does not
appear to want the n.it i. mil game. The
papers, despite their efforts ! shnvi
baseball to the front, can do no more
than keej) the residents informed that
there is still a professional team on
The peanut boy; th
and a few i t hers ma ke
Slice on week days,
holidays it is a trifle
ford should cither In
no the attend-
make a showing up with the other
cities in the league or drop out and
give some good town a chan
Mr. McHugh Made
President of Clvib.
Charles If cH ugh was elected presi
dent of the i;.p.-k Island Club at the
meeting of the directors last evening.
Me succeeds W. A. Head, who has serv-
ea as neaa oi tin- ciud the past rear
mid whose resignation was reluctant
ly accepted. The choosing- of a di
rector to fill thhe vacancy by the re
tirement of Mr. Head was postponed
until the next meeting of the board.
Mr. McHugh was the unanimous
choice of the directors for the presi
dency. He was one of the leaders in
the movement for the launching of
the dab. No more popular choice
could have been made.
1. Louisville X: (second game) Kansas
City t.. Louisville 12: at Columbus
Milwaukee 4. Columbus 12: (second
cunii'i Milwaukee 2. Columbus 0; at
India Ml poll -St. Pan 12. Indianapolis 11.
Western: At Omnhn pes Moines 1,
Omaha 18; at Denver Sioux City 0,
IH THE C0UHTY C0UBT.
.lune 10. Estate of Peter Thomp
son. Annual report f executrix Bled
Estate of Thomas L Johnston.
Proof of notice to heirs of final re
port and settlement riled and approv
ed. Hearing on said final report and
.settlement and same approved. Execu
trix discharged and . state closed.
E tate f Mary t vanaugb. Final
report f administrator Med and ap
proved. It appears there is nothing
for distribution herein and that no
further notice is necessarv . Adminis
trator discharged mul estate closed.
Fstate of Andrew Hullaplist. P.ond
of said August V. Esterdahl filed and
Estate of harte O. Nason. Proof
r death filed. Will pre seated by
Charh tte A. Nason for probate. Pe
tition for probate of will filed. Hear
n on petition for probate set for
Wednesday, the sixth .lav of .luly.
IIHU. at 10 o'clock a. m.
Constipation causes two-thirds of
r.'l sickness in the world. Hollister".
Kocky Mountain Tea positively cures
constipation. No cure, no pay. 35
cents. T. H. Thomas pharmacy.
Tired. That one word tells
the whole story. No rest.
No comfort. All tired out.
about Ayers Sarsaparilla.
j ell VIS!
TO BE MADE ANEW
Plans for Interior Rehabilitation
of the Illinois Thea
tre. FIRE PROTECTION IS AMPLE
Asbeetoe Curtain to be Tested Before
Each Performance Com
When the Illinois theatre opens the
coming season it will show as bright
and fresh an interior as it had when
placed on public view two yean ago.
('. II. (iorman. the local manager,
has recommeded to Chamberlin, Kindt
A Co.. the lessees, that the decorations
be retouched and the whole furnish
ings and woodwork gone over, and
F. W. Chamberlin is expected to be
here during the coming week to con
fer with his associate, Mr. Kindt, and
the local manager in reference to the
The fixtures for the hanging of the
asbestos curtain with which the thea
tre is to be equipped have arrived.
The curtain will be along any day
now, the same firm having the con
tract for furnishing the 14 houses in
the ChamberHn-Kfndt circuit. The
111 tain will be operated on a special
pulley am! will run down and up be
fore every performance in full view of
the audience to remove anv uncer
tainty that may exist in the minds of
the patrons of the house that it jnighl
not be in working order.
Fire Protection BM
The management of the Illinois ha.1
limed to meet every suggestion of thi
-pecial committee of the city conn
.il that inspected pulilic Ituililings in
reference to tire protection, and on
the completion of the alterations they
will have what is claimed will be as
safe a theatre as there can be found
u t he west.
Two larce iron stairways leading
from the gallery and balcony are now
in course t erection, l-.ncn win ex
tend to the walk on the west side of
Ih- house, avoiding the necessity for
jumping, as in the case of the ordinary
re escape. People can come down
cither three abreast. It is the inten
tion to open are doors leading to the
escapes after each performance 1
ducate the people t using them.
Sevea StMiwlulpea lu Honae.
Seven standnioes. with a total of
.."( feet of hose attached, have been
nlace 1 in the til. at re. There is .".0
feel of hose on each pipe. There are
two nines in the basement, two on
he stage, two in the Hies and one in
the front of the house. Kaeh ""' xvl"
throw a 2-ineh stream. As a further
means of protection in the event of
fire starting nn the stage two donre
have been cut in the roof to .-crve as
in outlet for the -moke and flames
With the asbestos curtain, the stand
pipes and the fire escapes, the Illinois
in well be considered about as safe
IS would be possible to make it.
DUST FROM THE DIAMOND.
Cedar Rapids tomorrow.
Cedar Rapids comes tomorrow for
1 hree frames.
Three new faces in the IJook Island
am in tomorrow's game.
The game tomorrow will be called
it o clock at Jweirth street park.
Pitcher Scott, fined for insubordina
ion. has decamped from the town
icross tiie river.
Bloomington has let Glenn, the in-
tielder. go. All ainatiiir hv the name
if Turnipseed has been signed.
Newman, the shortstop whom
tloomington released, has signed with
Miillanev's team. Hiriuingha in. in the
There is nothing too good for Dm
nport, not even a pennant winning
all team, wemav nave one 111 r.'u.i.
bserves the Democrat.
Frank Dunne, a new second base
man, has been signet by iiavenport.
playing his first game yesterday. He
showed up well for a first appearance.
Robert Berryhill is slated to man
age tne r.vansvnie team in the len-
ral h ague. He plaved second on the
earn earlier in tne seas. 11. but was
Ruck Island's new shortstop, catch
er and outfielder will make their first
ippearanCe on the home grounds to
morrow afternoon in the came with
William P.lakey. another member of
the disbanded (.rand Rapids team.
as been signed by Rock Island, bar
ing reported here yesterday. He is a
President Sexton announces that be
ginning Monday the week day games
will be called at :i:4." instead of :;::(0.
onday and holiday cames will con
tinue to be called at 3 o'clock.
Th Bloomington Pantagraph after
the first game f the ,rj.... ,.f Rock
land at that citv commenting on the
work of Lundin declared if Manager
Thornton had a few more of hi- cali
bre the team would not long stay at
At a meeting of the board of direc
tors of the Rock Island baseball asso
ciation last evening the situation was
thoroughly gone over, but no action
ken on anv subject beyond the an-j
borhdttC of President Sexton and Sec
retary Peetz to purchase new uni
forms if in their judgment they are
The Centrals and the Tw in-City. -are
matched for a game at Moline
Athletic park tcwciruw afternoon, be
ginning at s o clock. The teams wffj
S C. WAKELY FATALLY
HURT IN A RUNAWAY
Former Resident ol Andalusia Dies
TiMlay at Stevens Point,
S. C. Wakely. for years a resident of
Andalusia, where he was engaged in
the lumber business, died this morn
incr at his home in Stevens Point, Wis.,
from the effects of an accident.
He was struck by a runaway while
crossing the street early in the week,
and being S4 years of age the injuries
quickly proved fatal. The aged wife
siirv iv es.
Mr. Wakely lived in Andalusia a
quarter of a century, leaving to make
his home in Wisconsin about 1.1 years
ago. He was held in high regard by all
who knew him.
News of his death was received by
Andalusia lodge No. 516, A. K. A- A. M.,
of which he was a member.
BAZAR RECEIPTS 0IVEH
TO AIKEN STREET CHURCH
The A. C. soviet v of South Rock Isl
and has elected officers for the year a
follows: . J I
President Mrs. Charles Kittig.
Vice President Mrs. .1. C. Burrett.
Treasurer Mrs. M. Bollman.
Chaplain Mrs. H. H. Robb.
Secretary Mrs. .1. P. Siemon.
The ladies cleared $30 at their bazar
of last week, and voted to apply the
ai mt towards clearing the church
debt. The society is in a flourishing
condition. The next meeting will oc
cur Wednesday of the coming week
at the Aiken Street chapel.
be composed as follows: Centrals -Reed,
cf: Keeley, lb: Sample. 3b;
Schillinger, 2b; Karl, c: l.iitt. If; Nor
moyle, ss: Salzmann, rf; Weston, p.
Twin-Citys- Brown, cf; Westmnn. If:
Pernand, lb; Mortbouse, 2b; Graham,
3b; Atkinson, ss; Harrington, p; Sam
uelson. rf; Hermit, c.
The official score sent out from Dav
enport for yesterday's game is mis
leading. It fails to tell how the game
was won. Ball, second baseman for
Cedar Rapids, should be credited with
an error, but he is not. An error bv
Hal! in the sixth inning gave the two
runs to Davenport, Crockett hitting a
ball to him that was fielded wild fo
Hill at first. Crock, tt is given a hit.
This is unfair, both to the pitcher and
the batter. No wonder members of
the Davenport team have such fat
batting a verages.
Rel Kutate Transfers
.lune 10. P. II. WesseJ to A. o.
rterson. lot 2. ii. ck p. 11. wess.
First add.. Moline. $450.
County clerk to K. K. Reynolds, lot
0 and 7. block 0. Andalusia.
County clerk to K. E. Reynolds, w'
lot I. se
Onlcsgo. .lune 1 Following; are tne open
inc. Highest, lowest ana closing: quotations
in today's markets;
JulT. 85 V 85 Ji - 8SV85V
Sept., 80H-; 8C; tto; 8UV
July 48V H: 8X
Sept.. 474 4!4 47H; 48-.
Dec , 43; 43. 43 43.
July. nx:Vff; 38; 38
Sept.. M'y, : t: 31-: 31
Dec, 31V4; 31 7 ; 31:
July, 12. 4V 12 57 12.4S: 12 5
Sept.. 18; 12.80; U.t2. 13 77.
JlllV. 6 77 B 82 6 75 8 77
Sept.. 6 80. 887; 6.80; 6i.
July. 7 IS 7 30 7 12 7.20
Sept, 7.32-; 7 37 ; 7.30 : 7 37.
Receipts today: W'neat 20. corn .r&V oa's
123, nogs in ooo; cattle 5oo. sheep 2 ooo.
riog market opened otrong.
Lignt. 84.604.80 mixea and hntcn
rs. 84 filial 97 good heavy 08,8008 00 rough
heavy 00ft84 83.
Cattle m&rset opened s'.eady.
Sheep market opened unchanged.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hog market steady
Light. 84.ft024: mixed and butchers. 4 80
04 97; good heavy, 84-tio$8S0O; rough heav .
t 60 4. so
cattle market steady.
Beeves Si 30aiti.f,o. cows and heifers l 40
284.80. stockers and feeders 12 25Q8I.85. Texas
steers 14. W45.50.
sneep market steady.
Hog marxet closed easier.
Light. 84 60(24.80: mixed and butchers 84 60
&4 B7: rood heavy. 84 6025 0): rough heavv
cattle market closed un hanged.
Sheep market closed unchanged.
Mew Vork dtocifta.
New Tork. June it The following arc the
losing quotations on the New York stock
Sugar i"W fJas c R. LAP 21. South
ern Pacific 4:. B. a O. 79V Atchison com-
non 7iH Atmts.jii ni.i. .CM A St. P.
I427,. Manhattan m, copper 48. W. U.
Tel. Co LAN 109 C St. A. .... Rdr.
commonl.'i. Can. Paclflc 1 18. Leather.com-
tnon B R T 48i. PaclOc Mall I'.
4. Steel ptd. 54. U. S. Steel common 9.
Penna. 115a.. mo. Pacific 91.. Union Pacinc
i icoal and Iron tt. Erie common 24.
wanasn pia UM car foundry 17H. C. & G
13. Rep. Steel ptd.. 41. Rep. Steel com
mon New York Central l'SVt. Illinois
New York Bank Statement.
New York. June 11. Reserve tr crease. I
3S01.2S: ei-sU S. Increase S.I.787S60: ioans
Increase. t6.0lw.luo: specie increase. 86 018.-
100: legale increase. fi;j90f0i; derx.sits in-l
creaiw. io.4J?.aoo. circulation increase.
K 13 IkAi.
r'm Utiotntlou on '-iio.
8t4wBT. VeMl and fn -I
Roc ft Island. Jane II. Following are tm
wholesale quotations on tne local market
Butter Crramery : - CJOr. dairy I3c3l&v
F.ejrs fresh 14C
Live poultry 5-prlnr chickens 8310 rer
dozen; bens toe per noand, turxeys loc
pound, duces 8c. Reese Sc
vegetaoies rouiaea si. udiois si.su.
Cattle Steers 94 SO to v Q cows anc
le'.fers 83.J0 to 84.' calves 81.00 to 84 75
Bop Mixed ana butchers W 2h to 4 rs
Sbo Year llntm or over. S8.S0 v. tf 00
Lai. M Ii M to 6 00
Poad and Fnel.
Grain Corn S6 teles: oats 43cs&
Forage Timothy hay Sit 00 to si3; prairie
0 to 10 W. straw U 50
Wood-Hard, per i-ao n.&n
Ooa! Mac. per bushel Uc slack. ier
Ullemeyei' & Sterling s
Correct Hatters and Clothiers.
uo x ou ieea
Bay an amount from $10 to
loans in these amounts ami
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you may want it, with the option of paj'ing it all at anv
time, we charging you only for the amount you keep ami
t he 1 ime you ha v e it.
Do You Want it Quickly?
We can usually arrange il so that you can (el the money
the s;nne rlaj ii apply for it. Your furniture, piano,
horses, wagons or other personal property, will he secu
rity for what you want, hut Ihey arc not removed from
your posses;- ion. Everything confidential. Rates fullj quoted
in dollars and cents. s(1 that you understand just what the
loan will cost vou for any given time. Let us figure with
you, if you need a small loan.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
MITCHELL & L.YNDE BLOCK, ROOM us. ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Office Hours 8 a. in. to t p. m. and Saturday evenings. Tele
phone West 1514. New Telephone
ylrcade Cigar S'tore
See the smoke chamber (A A). All nicotine and dust stop there. The
bowl can be lifted out and the pipe cleaned while lighted. Stem can
not clog. Smoke all you like with this pipe; it -won't upset your
nerves or burn your tongue. Made of .French briar. You get only
pure, refreshing smoke without nicotine or dust when using this pipe.
We will be pleased to show them to you.
samples 8ud uel ur prices on
tooth, guaranteed for 'JO ears.
it reads. Money saved for yon.
Office hours. 9 a. m. till fi p. m
8Jak8 8 n I L s a LktaV
Economy Dental Parlors.
H. E. CASTEEL,
Central Trust b Savings Bank
ROCK ISLiAND. ILL.
IMtXBPORATBlJ UN DEB STATE LAW.
f'Mollal ito. h a ton. OOO. Fuor Pav Out Interact Paid on leVtta.
C. .1. Larkin. H. H. Cleaveland. H. D. Mack.
J. J. La Velle, Marv E. Rnbinanaj, John Sobafer.
H. E. Casteel, K. D. HweeLey. M. S. Heagy,
L. D. Murine, U. V. Tremann, H. B. Simmon.
Estates and property of all kinds are manafred by this depart
oent, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We net as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent asta ten, Genera! financial
gent for non-residents, women, invalids, and others.
erta4TeasTeee-ew4e-aver-e-ead t 4404
a amau Loan:
We inaki a specialty of
c prepared to furnish
JOHN P. SEXTON.
Harper House Block.
Rock Island Agent for
Paine's Perfect Pipe
The people can now have
Bridge Work done bj our late
invention without pain or
grinding of teeth: can be re
moved and placed at will, to
be cleaned. We are the only
dentists in the cit that do
this work, as it Is our patent
an Improved method. Come
and see our displat case of
work. Bridge work 13 pr
Remember the name, it means as
unda vs 9 to 1J.
L. D. MUDGE,
H. B. SIMMON,