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THE A ROUS, WEDNESDAY, JTJXY 6. 1904.
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LOSE THREE GAMES
Davenport Sends Reck Island Heme
Without Victory During the
SCORE YESTERDAY 18 5 TO 1
I. rati (often In Oprnlie In-
'rhrouzh r. : of if., -
ISlnnmlie; ton Ilert-.
One lonely score in the fourth in
line was Rock Island's ioriion in the
iloejag game of the series on the Dav
npo.-t grounds yesterday afternoon,
leema Hayes boys making it tare
straight. Hayes i ; sgain seen on th
itreets of hi.i town nowaday.;, and fee
terday he screwed up courage to oc
upy a seat in the grandstand. He ha.
been made the kicking post for th
knockers, and the nearest he would
venture to the diamond wan the r. ai
of the pop sender's stand, where h
had a knot bate through Which h
would pe. p at the score hoard at tl
south end if tbe grounds.
Jet ins has grown to be one of the
nei viest men in the burs across tin
way. and if it should happen to be th
good fortune of his team to win a few
,iiire sanies without losing he rna
follow i lie lead of "the man from Mb
-oil n" by Showing his elb utile that he
has gotten together for their edifies
'.ion Just as fast an aggregation as
. i. is in the Three-Eye league. Hui
JeeBM had best have a rare, for it wa
only last season the fans there swelled
ip to the point where they had dreams
of faster company.
U:i llrlnu On lr- PWf
They though I they were out of class,
tad that the Western league would be
IS slow a sail as they would stand for.
rhen there mua an explosion, ami their
lobbers had been dragging sine.- until
be revival of the past week, the ch
na of which was the Fourth of Jnl)
doable-header against Bock Island.
Davenport is putting np snappy sad
ban article these days, and the fol
iisi ra oi the t ame here are glad to
fee It. u-.r it would never do to have
he town on the other side desert tin
. a 31 this lato day. and they would
certainly do so if the club did not show
some signs of returning life or a de
sire to strive for a place nearer to thi
op than held by Rock Island. Of
Course Rock Island has been obliged to
submit to a job that has pushed the
team into a lower runs in the percen
tage column, but there is plenty time
to recovi r, and Thornton's boys can be
relied upon to deliver the goods
i -! Httttws I artrlaar.
The same of yesterday afternoon
ras bst to Davenport through inabil
tty to solve .less" Ruby when hits
vo.ild have brousht scores. Ruby WBS
found for eight as against live off
i.iehhardt. Hut three of the five made
off the latter were hunched in LBS
ipening Inntng and were good for
hree scores. Unby was effective at
,-ritical points, having six strike outa to
his credit. Ruby, leading off for Dav
nport In the first innins. connected,
md was advanced by Ives sacrifice.
'nc! ett went out on a grounder to
Miller. Jacobs hit. tallying Knhy. alter
which Swain drear a pass. 'Alperman
trove for a base to risht Held, and
Lally made a iretty throw home, and
probably would have gotten Jacobs but
'or the ball strikins the corner of the
plate and bounding over MeDonough's
lead, passim; out of his reach, both
lacohs and Bwahn registering. Alper
asan reached third on the play, but
died there. Williams expiring on a
roller to Robertson. Crockett made
the Score for Davenport in the third.
Ives led off with a hit and was put out
it second when Crocketi hunted down
... Miller. Davy stole second and
scored on a hit to left by Bwalm, the
trapping of the ball at the plate by
McDonough savins htm. The fifth and
Snal run for the home team came in
he eighth without a hit. Ives pulled
Uebhardi for transport attoa , made
bird on Vandine'a bad throw to put
at Jacobs at first, and tallied when
Mike drew a throw from McDonough
jn a pilfer to second.
I'lir tlMarMi to tinrf I.nI.
Vandine was responsible for Rock
Island's only score, placing a triple
in risht in the fourth after two men
sere down, and came homo when Mr
Donoush singled. In the fifth there
saa prospects tor scoring when Blakey
led off with a two-base hit. but be
vas doubled a( second whan I.iehhardt
Ifted one to Ives, Robert "On's Strike-
tit sandwiched in bet we- n making the
bird down. There was another rally
n the ninth, bur without result. Lalfy
dnglinc: after one man had been re
ired. Vandine followed with a twi-
aser. but Mcivmoush was fanned, and
Smith, who was sen; :n to tat in 'he
dace of Hagermaa, was only able
o push the bal". as far as Crockett, at
irst. A feature of the same was the
leldins of Blakey for Rock Island in
eft field. Here it is:
1A.V JEN PORT.
R. H. rO.A. E
1 1 o 0
1 l ? l
i in t
1 l I 1 "
112 0 0
ft 1 1
Cheap doctors don't recommend Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
The best doctors endorse it for colds, coughs.
Williams, c 0 0 7 1 0
Moore, rf 0 0 2 0 0
Dunne, 2b 0 0 2 4 o
Totals 5 5 27 11 I
lOCK ISLAND, K. H. PO.A. E.
Fhormon. cf 0 0 2 0 0
Miller. 2b 0 u 0 8 0
.ally, rf ft 2 1 0 0
Vandine, 3b i 2 o 2 1
McDonough, c o 2 2 t
Ragerman, lit ft ft 13 ft 0
Smith 0 ii it ii
Blakey, if o i 4 o o
Robertson, ss 0 o 2 1
Uebhar'tt, p 0 1 0 2 0
Totsls 1 H 21 13 2
Batted for Haserman in ninth.
Score by Inatngs:
i lavenport 3. t 0 1 0d 5
Hock Island OOdlOOOOfl 1
Summary: Stolen baacs ' CYockett,
lacobs, MeDbBough. Two base hits
Jacobs. Blakey, Van line. Thr e base
hits Vandine. Double play? Dunne
to Crockett. Ives to Dunne. Bases on
balls Off Ruby, 1; off I.iebhart. 3.
Struck out By Ruby. 6; by Eiebhardt.
I. Time ef game 1:30. Umpire
S ' ANOING OF CLUBS.
THRBE-RY E I.KAfii !:
P. W. I-. Pet.
Springfield M .".7 17 .cs.".
Cedar Kapiili CI :jr, 25 .590
Dubuque CI 31 30 .508
Blooniington ." 2S :!i .470
Davenpon 01 2s .45s
Decatur 57 2C :;i
Rock Island 57 25 $2 .439
ItiK kford ..: 21 :C .400
AMERICAN 1 . 1 : A ; t ' B.
W. L. Pet.
Bostoja 41 22 .r.51
Ni w York :;: 2:: .29
Chicago ::: sa .5X2
t h-velaud 32 27 .542
PhUadofphia 32 30 .51C
St. Louis 27 .450
DetroU 27 36 .435
Washington 11 5o .ise
W. L. Pet.
New Yoik 4S 17 .7::x
Qincinnati 30 25 .5:i
Chicago 8C .5s7
Pittabnrg 3S 2s .55G
St. lo:iis :;i ::i JS00
Brooklyn 27 42
Boston 2i". 11 .:;ss
Philadelphia id 4: .25s
VESTBRUAVS lf.:l I.XS.
Dubuque, 2: Cedar Rapids, I.
Davenport. I; Roch Island. I.
Springfield, 0; Rockford, &; (ten iun
Btoomlngtaa, 0; Decatur, 4.
New V(rk. r.: Phnadebjihta,
Boston, ;. Washington, 2.
("eveumd. 14; St. Louis, 4.
Philadelphia. 0; New York, 5: (ten
inn sags. 1
Host. in. 7: Brooklyn, 3; c Innings).
A If ERICA N ASSt ' I ATK N.
St. Paul, 0; Minneapolis. 5.
EST B 1 1 S LEAGU gj.
Sioux City, 4; Omaha. 2: (ten
Denver. S; Colorado Springs, 1.
Kvausville. 0; Terre Haute. 2.
Peoria, 0; Fort Wayne. 2.
Grand Rapids. 3; South Bend, 2.
Port Dodge, 5: Marshall town, 2.
Waterloo. S; Boone. 2.
DUST FROM THE DIAMOND.
Bloomingtoa Is here today, tomor
row and Friday. 'Then Decatur Sat
nr. lay. Sunday and Monday.
This afternoon's Bloom ingt on-Rock
Island game at Twelfth street park
was postponed 011 account of wet
Chris Eastman, the redskin who has
been pitching winning ball for Du
buque, has been suspended. Chris has
bt 1 getting t-M familiar with the
John Desmond, with Decatur early
lasi season, is now pitchins for Kast
St. Louis and Bob Talbot is pitching
for Alton, in the Missouri-Illinois
Ross Jones, the liitle plteher who
lias h.-cn on the Dabuip.e team for the
greatse part of the season, has been
iiivin his r lease by .Manas r Mines.
Jones is ondoubtedly one of the fbre
asoal pitchers in the Three Rye 1 mgoc
and has pitched some of the best
games, but the Dubuque isaiiagi iiuiiil
was of the opinion that thre pitchers
an do all the work on the team and
f i.- that reaSSMB Jones was let go.
A. K. Weideabneher is a new umpire
who oaltlateJ at the game in Daven
port yesterday, having been appointed
by i 're sident Holland. He co:ii"s from
Dyers vUle, Iowa, and has been umpir
ir.S in the Iowa league. His name
01 : :t bo help him out in the event of
tr table on the other side of the river.
Hut then Weldeabacber looks like one
Ie to take care of himself unless the
obis grew too numerous. To pro
nounce his r.r.me properly swallow af
ter fie second syllable, then blow in
an effort to whistle through the nose.
They never pay. Don't
employ them. Get the
best and pay the price.
IN SLAB STRUGGLE
Cook and Gill In a Pretty Contest on
the Grounds of the Bunnies
T000 DTTRKEE HAS BAD TittE
III Illundcrx at Third Gh( the tilT
to DakMSSM Itt-Hultn Bias
Bloomingtiin at Rock Island.
Decatur at Springfield.
Cedar Rapid., at Dav a port.
Rockford at Dubuque.
Cedar Rapids July 0. In a pitchers'
battle Cook was at his best when
::.. were occupied and hud the best
support, the two errors by Durkee
counting in both scores made by Du
buqne. The score :
I lime s, cf
BaR, 2 b
R. H. PO.A. E.
11 n 1 1 0
11 11 1 11 11
0 14 6 i
ti 2 I l
0 0 11 0 0
6 2 2 2 S
0 2 f 2 6
0 w 2 0
1 7 27 12 2
It. EL PO.A. E.
u 2 2 0 0
0 110 0
i 1 17 0
0 0 10 (
si 1 1 2 3 0
10 10 0
1 I 2 C 1
11 11 o 1; II
2 ; 27 in 1
Totals . . .
Fleming, If .
Tniery, rf .
H it low. lb .
Reagan, cf .
Hushes. 2b .
Uadley. s:; . .
Score by innings
1 0 11 0 0 ( it 0 1
0 1 1 0 11 0 0 1 2
Two base hit Durkee.
ba ie- I tavia.
Berte to Ball to Mill.
GiB, : by Cook. I.
off GUI, 1. Passed
Time 1:15. Umpire
Struck out By
Base on balls
balls Woolf, 2.
UIoomiuKloii Oiitilii k lliv:i'iir.
Decatur, July C. Bloomington took
the last same from Decatur by hittins
at the risht time m the fourth and
fifth, the locals exercising poor judg
ment, which aided in 1 h run getting.
The chances to tie the score in the
ninth was lost by poor base running.
Decatur. 3b . .
BruehtK r. ss .
s aracina, cf . .
H. Walter. If
K. Walter, 2b
O'Connor, c .
It. 1 1. PO. A. E.
1 1 1
Totals I ft 27 1C, 2
BLOOMINGTON, R EL PO.A. E.
Kruger, ss 2 2 2 ft
Herbert. 2b 1 2 0 3 1
dinners. If 2 2 0 0
Cassady, rf o 0 r. o o
Hackett, lb 2 111 ft 1
Godwin, cf 1 1 2 ft n
Kane. 3b 2 ft 2 0
l lonovan, e' 0 l ." 0 0
Smith, p o 0 0 3 ft
Totals G 11 27 12 2
Score by Innings:
Decatur 100000030 4
Bloomington o o l 22001 0 c
Summary: Two base hit O'Con
nor. Three base hit Herbe rt. Home
run Kruger. Struck out By Hardy.
2. by Smith. 3. Bases on balls Off
Hardy. 2. Time 1:15. Umpire
Tt-11 InnlnK" nt Sjirifiplli
Springfield, July 6. Springfield pull
ed the gamn out of the fire in the iuth.
hits by Wright and Smiih turning the
trick. Rockford played a fast game
throughout. The score:
SPRINGFIELD, R. H. PO.A. E.
Uppert, rf 1 0 0 0 0
Donnelly, cf 0 o . I 0 I
Wright, lb 1 2 12 0 0
Caffryn, if 0 2 0 o
Smith. ;:b 1 2 1 o
Latimer, c 0 1 5 1
Neal. ss 1 2 3 S 1
Ebright. p 1 1 3 0 0
Hedses. p 1 ft ft 2 1
Ward, p 11 o ft 2 ft
Schneibers. p 0 0 l ft
Hankey 11 1 I 8 0
Totals 0 9 3ft 11 2
ROCKFORD, It. H. PO.A. E.
Davidson. If 1 0 2 0 0
Starke, e ft 1 t; 0 1
Meek, lb 2 3 11 ft 1
Shour. 3b 9 3 2 2 0
Craham. cf ft 0 4 1 0
O'Brien. 2b ft 1 3 0
Scheionhoven, ss 1 ft 1 2 0
Merrill, rf ft 1 1 1 0
Malven. p ! 1 0 0 2 0
Totals . .
Batted for Hedges in ninth
out when winning run was made.
Score by innings:
Springfield 1 on 1 00X0 1 1
Rockford ft ft 0 1 1 1 0 ft 2 0
Stolen bases Lippert.
Wrlsht. Neal. Shonr. DavidSSa. Two
-Hanker, Smith. Neal,
Wright, Me-rill. Three 1 hi; B -
right. lXubie plays Grahaia to
Sbour, O'Brien to Meek. Bases on
balls Off Ward, 3; off Hedges, 2; off
Sehneiberg. 1 ; off Malven. C. Hit by
pitched balls By Malven. 2. Struck
ut By Ward. 3; by Hedges. 1; by
! Sehneiberg. 1; by Malven. 5. Time I
'l:55. Umpire I.obeck. Attendance'
B&RKUM HAS REMARKABLE
SIGHTS, CURIOUS OBJECTS
The equestrienne element has been
made prominent in the prosram of
the Bamaan & Bailey show, as 20
champions appear. Having determined-
I to restore many circus numbers. Man-!
Jager Bailey secured the best leap rs
and ramblers men and women whei
e ;:n do double's and triples and twist-!
ers and corkscrews, and backward '
fiinss and pirotKttes. and Inaugurated
tbe linest contents in these specialties
that have been seen in the ring. The
aerial department was organised on
the same scale. For aerial act ; he
se-cure-d the most marvelous perform
ers of all countries, whose sensational
artn are unapproachable. The shew
itself is the best Mr Bailey ever put
out. and Comprises the nuuiaseries.
the animal circm t, the enteit ainment
in the menagerie with lots of versatile
people, and. by tbe way, a great nt-i
traction the hippodrome and many
other features. There are also nearly
one hundred trained horses, while
three herds of elephants perform In
three rinss at another period. Three
troupes of acrobats and three com
panies of aerlalists also appear at the
same time. Cyclo. the kinetic demon,
defies the law ed gravitation and
tempts death in his wonderful ride,
while- Ancilottl performs safely the
Parisian sensation, looping the gap;
Voln, the original volitaot, mal es an
awful leap on a bicycle in space, and
Chico and Solo execute a marvelous
carrying act on one wheel. A great
patriotic exhibition of models of r. S.
warships is (me tf the most novel and
instructive sights ever presented any
where. Numberless living pictures of
a wonderfully interesting character,
lady clowns and ringmasters, hlj h
jumping and long-distance l aping
horses and ponies, many novel races,
the new woman in btoomers on horse
.'lack, cages of wild beasts, with a
myriad curious and rare animals never
seen before in captivity, and the cele
brated collection of living freaks and
human curiosities. The new street
parade contains anion:: its novel feat
ures a 40-horse team and a vast num
ber of allegorical floats with tableaux
vivants, ami all will be here July 25.
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
Real Estate Transfers.
July 5. Mathilde Milde to Rock Is
and Brewing company, c IG feel lot I.
block 5. Pitts. Gilbert A Pitts" Second
add.. Moline, $4.9oo.
William Brooks, et al., to Eva D.
Heath, lot ft. block I, Brooks' drove
add.. Itoci. Island. $500.
Carrie W. Gregg, et ah, to EL G.
Bartholomew, lot C, block 3. p. Gregg's
add.. Rock Island, 900.
H. D. .Mack ami w. EL Marshall to
Selma B. Hunter, lot 1. Sheridan
Heights add.. South Moline, $t;i".
Daniel J. Shean to Phillip McGonn ell,
lot 7, block 3. Woodin's First add..
Rock Island. $1,300.
The Probate Record.
July n re adoption of Robert
ESdwards by Jesse C. Baldwin and
Dora Baldwin, his wife. It appears
thai the residence of tin father of
said child is unknown; that proper
notice has been given to mother; that
mother files herewith her consent to
iidoption herein: that said child is
under the age of 14 years. Petition for
adoption by said Jesse C. Baldwin
and Dora Baldwin his wife, who are
both residents of this state. Hearing
and order of adoption and changing
name of said Child to Henry Roosevelt
In re guardianship of minor heirs
of Lucy Hummer. Guardian's annual
report filed, fame examined and ap
proved. Receipt and release of ward
Carrie Smith, now of ase. filed and
approved and suanlian discharged as
Estate of Andrew E. Lofgren. Peti
tion for leave? to sell real estate and
personal property as directed in will
filed. Said petition examined, evi
dence heard and petition granted.
Estate of John EL Xorris. Petition
f ir sale ,f persona! property at. pri
vate sale filed. Hearing thereon and
In the matter of the examination of
Official bonds fib'd in the ofhco of the
BOaaty lerk. Examination of bonds
f county officers and justices of the
peace, police masistrates and con
stables examined and found sufficient.
Ordered that all administrators, exe
cutors, guardians, conservators and
others whose bonds are required to be
filed with the county clerk and clerk
of the county court appear in this
court with their securities on the first
day of August, H04, at U o'clock a.
m.. then and there to justify on their
oe.'a! bonds and that they appe-ar in
court from day to day and from term
to term and from day to day in each
' r.:i tlureufter until the judge of the
county court has examine-d into sad
passed upon the sufficiency of all said
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i.. D. MUDGEL
1 Gcnfcral Trust
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital m-u SlOSuOOO, PaarPcr ai latrvst Paid n DrpaaMa,
C. J. Irkln. H. M. Cleaveland, II. D. Mack,
J. S. LaVeile, Mary E. Robinson, John Bcbafajr,
EL i:. Caateai, B. p ': ' :.. . m. s. Heagy.
L. D. Madge, H. W. Trensaaa, R. B. Simmon.
Estal and property of all kinds are rcaaagml by this dejiart-n-.er.'.
. '. ch is ' . euIroly scKtcate from the banking business of
the company '". afceehtor of and trustee trader Wills, Ad
mit, a; or. C;.:i. .:.:.: Co - r ator of RMi.nr,.
Receiver and assignee ' Insolvent estates. f noral Cnamdal
agon? for non re.ddent women,
Coat and Pants
Only.' he hitter wit It
Cuff Belt raps.
Fabricsarc Ligb.1 cl
orecl II ii 111 f s p 11 ns,
Cheviots ami Flan
nels. t,llcmeyer& Sterling's
Outing Coats have
padded s h o u Ldexs
aud scl f-1 t ai n i 1 ijr
froxits. .00k at tin r
5. $8.50 and
$10 S vi its.
P.y What Yoi Owe?
My office will be
closed from the
20th of June
till the 5th of
July, as I will
All Run Down.
There is not bins belter when you
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all kinds, and if you will only OOtne
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