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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 1004.
f We Are
Hot Air but
Long on Low
We are selling the best class
of groceries to be found on the
market today at the lowest
prices and we are pleasing new
customers every day, too. Let
us have your order we are sure
to please you, besides saving
you some money.
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MluiljltiK In m-linol nod for
Ni'hool f Wniitr not a moment,
hut have u exmnlne them free
ami mual likely, nltb the line of
the n IftMMeM we'll Miipply. the
'hurt nlll OiHiippenr.. Itemem
hrr It nim'l eNt n cent to flnil
mil nnlr a tithe of nhnl they'll
he north t her for the net-nt-nary
Jeweler and Scientific Optician.
Opposite Harper House.
THE GOOD OLD
la when vou will annreclate a
dish of our ice cream. It la so m
delicious and refreshing that
yon can easily perceive the pure
aud wholesome materials that
we use In making it. We are
the only people in the city who
serve pure Ice cream at our
soda fountain. Remember, our
glasses and spoons are thor
oughly washed after each drink
We rae always rady to take
your party order for fancy ice
creams and fruit ices.
"LIFE OF AN AMERICAN FIRE
Man." By Edison.
1 MOl; I'HURKS AT
Watch Tower Park.
All thin week Flir.l"-
St--n.- 1 ---Tlif I'lri mrui's Vision of an
I ii 1 1 f i 1 I Woman .lli.l t'hil.l.
S--i,.- Tin Itit.-rior of th Sl.TpinK
Qiiarl.rs in tin- l-'roe Horn...
Si-em- 3 Interior of tlu- Knuim
Srt-m- 4 Tin- Apparatus Kt-avlnjc tho
Seen.- .". (T In I ho Fire.
So i in- ii Th.' Arrival at llio Firo and
K. s Ml.-
This is m of tho tin-st tiinis over
brmsuht l.t-foro tho ullio; it Is cx-i-itliiK
an. I ma.lo from ordinal nt-pa-tlv.-M.
ami at a ir.-at oxioiis-.
Ilnn't mlnw nrrlus It bring; the
ohilflrea 4 onie earl.
iu aIU nod a Trip to the Moon
ari- also on this wirk.
ilavo yu:r ilimior and dancing jiar-II-m
at I In- To w-r.
M. K. KKKLL. Matiasor.
Agency and Information
207-209 Brady St, Davenport, la.
Claims, accounts and informations
solicited everywhere. Both 'Phones...
CHEATED BY RAIN
Storm Breaks at Cedar Rapids in the
Flint Half of Fifth Inning With
Score in Favor of Rock Icland.
ONE GAME PLAYED IN LEAGUE
Bloomington Defeated Davenport 1 to
0 Visitors Would Have Taken
Both But For the Rain.
Cedar Rapids. Aug. 22 With a
score of 7 to 1 in favor of Rock Island
at tho early part of the fifth inning,
rain (heated the visitors out of their
Rockford, Aug. 22. Rain descended
in torrents in the second inning of
yesterday's Rockford-Decatur game
and the game was called.
Dubinin. Aug. 22. Rain prevented
the game with Springfield today.
Itniu S men Davenport.
Davenport, Aug. 22. The first game,
a pitchers' battle, was lost through
Heller's error. Bloomington was well
in the lead when the second game was
called for rain. The score:
DAVENPORT, R. H. I'O.A. E.
Ives, cf 0 0 0 0 0
Hers, ss 0 1 1 4 0
Ruby. If 0 2 4 0 0
Crockett, lb 0 0 13 1 0
Jacobs, ss 0 1 2 0 0
Swalm. rf 0 0 0 1
Alperman. 2b 1 0 4 0
Williams, c 0 0 0 ) u
Nienian. c 0 1 7 1 0
IViIer, p 0 o 0 0 1
0 C 27 II 1
R. H. PO.A. E.
Con net s
Kane. '.', .
Pills, rf .
Score by innings:
Davenport 0 0 0 ( 0 0 (Ml 0 0
Hlooiniiigtou (MM) DUOll! 0 1
Suniniar": Double plays Kruger
llerbert Hackett ; Kane-Herbert-Hack-ett.
Struck out Hy Deller, 7; by Kin
solla. 1. Time -1:30.
i.osn Tin-: ;mk svTiimw.
(.ill KrtVollve AicaluMl Hook Inland
Krnir i t'OMtl)-.
Cedar Rapids, Aug. 21. Rock Island
could not find Gill with men on bases.
A costly error by Lundin at third
helped the home team. Score:
CKDAR RAPIDS, R. II. P. A. E.
Hall, 2b 0 2 2 1 1
Davis. If 1 1 2 0 0
P.rown. lb 1 1 I 1 0
Dimes, cf 1 1 2 0 1
Gill, p 1 1 1 2 0
l.ndwig. c ii 7 2
Hill, ::b i i o ::
Iterto. ss 1 0 1 2 n
Dahhpiist. rf ( . " o 0
0 7 27 12 2
R. II. P. A. E.
II II 0 o 0
0 0 3 0 (I
0 17 0 1
o 1 3 1 0
Lundin. :ib 0 0
Sweeney, ss 0 0 2
HllllD. if 0 1 u
Cheek. C 0 l S
Hagerman, p 1 1 0
1 4 24
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids 1 II 0 0 0 0 2 3 f.
Rock Island 0 (MM) 0 0 0 1 0 1
Summary: Stolen bases Davis (2).
Gill 12). Hall. Hill (2). Herte. Carlisle.
Miller. Two-base hits Gill. Ball. Lis
ter. Three-base hit Hagerman. Struck
out by Gill. 5: by Hagerman, C.
Hases on balls off Gill. 1; off Hager
man. 1. Hit by pitcher by Hager
man. 2. Time of game 1:3i. Umpire
.Other Snlnrdny lleMiiltM.
Rockford. Aug. 21. Hunching hits
iu the fifth inning allowed the visitors
to win. The score:
Rockford 0 4 (Ml IMMMM) 4 10 1
Decatur immi 2 3 0 0 0 0 5 11 (
Hatterles Jaeger and Meek; Wei
gaml and O'Connor.
Dubuque. Aug. 21. Eastman was in
vincible except in one inning, when ho
gave three bases on balls. The score:
Dubuque 0000 0 01 2" 3 S 3
Springfield 0 0 2 0 0 0 t 0 f 2 2 2
Batteries Eastman and Thiery;
Meredith and Latimer.
IVavenport, Aug. 21. Bloomington
won by opportune hitting. The score:
DavenjKirt II 1 ii u ii 1 ii u 0 2 9 2
Bloomington ... .0 1 1 0 no 0 1 0 3 7
Batteries Wallace and Williams
Barker aud Duuovan.
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THE WHITE ROCKS SHUT OUT
Independents Defeat Crack Peoria
Team at Twelfth Street Park.
Th White Rocks, said to be the
crack amateur baseball team of Peo
ria, were let down without a score
by the Rock Island Independents at
the Twelfth street park yesterday af
ternoon before an audience of on
thousand fans. The Rocks came up
from Peoria on an excursion, and
there were a number of their friends
at the grounds to root for them.
Christy Wilson, who has not lost a
game for the Independents this season
and who will probably enter the pro
fessional ranks a year hence, allowed
but four hits, while an even dozen
were gotten off Wetzler. The visv'tins
pitcher kept his hits well scattered
until the seventh, when he was touch
ed up for six for five tallies. The
game was interesting and exciting up
to this polut. The Independents play
ed with one error. A feature was the
batting of McGinley aud Sellnier.
Hanson, the Independents' third base
man, was hit over the eye by a foul
in the seventh inning, and was obliged
to retire from the game. The score:
INDEPENDENTS, AH. R. II. PO.A. E.
McGinley, If 2 4 0 0 n
Holdorf. cf 4 1 1 l o o
Sellmer. lb 5 1 2 7 0 1
Atkinson,' rf 3 0 1 2 0 G
Eng. c 3 0 o 12 5 "
Carse, 2b 5 0 0 0 0 0
Benson, ss 4 1 1 3 0 0
Hanson, 3b 3 1 1 2 3 0
Wilson, p 4 1 2 0 2 0
Totals 'M 7 12 27 10 1
WHITE ROCKS, AB. R. H. I'O.A. E.
A brums, ss
Wesensee, If .
Goldsborough, rf .
Totals 2S 0 4 24 9 4
Score by innings:
Independents 1 0 0 0 1 0 5 0
White Rocks o o 000 o 0 0 0 C.
Summary: Two base hit Wilson.
Three base hit Sellmer. Double play
Wetzler to Kennedy to Brutcher.
Bases on Balls Off Wetzler. 2. Struck
out Hy Wilson. 1); by Wetzler, !
Time of game 1:15. Umpire Hen
derson. Attendance 1.000.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
p. v. r.. iv t.
Sprlnptield t; r.s 3S .(!
Vdar Rapids Iii2 r, 43 ..r.7s
loil.uque r.fi 47 .."44
BloomniKtoii iimi r 1 4: .:, in
ICock Islam! 9! 47 r.2 .47".
iHralur 9i 4". r.S .4f.r,
I inveiitM.rt 1(1.1 45 .437
i:.i ki.. id i hi 4k ; 4 .:'.s,
W. I,. Vet,
I'hicajTO '.3 42 .tliMi
New York lid 111 .tint!
Boston ;o 4 2 .T.JnX
Philadelphia r.7 41
'lex-eland .Mi 44 .r.tin
I el roil 4 1 r.7 .4."i;
St. Louis 4D r.7 .412
Washington 2 7 .21s
V. L. Pit
Now York 7.1 " -7 :
'hit-ago '." .'!! .i'-'
Pittsburg ' I- .r.v
t'im-innali i'.:t 4t". .r.7'
st. imis r.7 r.o
Muslim 4l s ,37t
Brooklyn :i7 .349
rtiila.l.li.liia 2S 79 .JGJ
'hioago. 4; Huston. 1.
St. I.ouis. : : Brooklyn. 4.
'inoiiuiati, 4; riiilad.-li'ltia, 3 113 in
i'tiil.Klt-lpliia. :"; t'inrinnati. 2 (seven
Mil v;uik-f. mJ: Columbus. 0.
M i n n-ii (.oils. 3: Toll do. 4J.
Louisville. '.; Kansas I'ity. 4.
T 1 1 H E E- E Y E LEA J1 " E.
HloemiiiKtun, 1; Davenport. 0.
South Ben. I. 4: Fort Wayne, 1.
Fort Wayne. 4. South Bend. 2 Isccnii'l
!ayton. B: Evanwlllf. 1.
Mariiin. Grand Uaiils. 4.
Terre Haute. .1; Wheeling. 2.
r. lies Moines. 1.
City. 5; St. Joseph.
2 I first
!a Tile 1.
KU me .
St. Joseph. 0
Keokuk. 4; Boone. .1 Itirst Kanie).
Keokuk. 7: Boine. 2 (second Knie).
ottuuiwa. 9; Marshall tow n. u.
Bui Button. 2; Fort liodtfe. i.
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
Real Estate Transfers.
Aug. 20. Mary E. Robinson to Ja
cob Miller, tract by metes and bounds
nw'i. sw'(J, 14. 17. 2w. $.1X9.50.
S. R. Kenworthy to John T. Ken-
worthy, undiv. Vi lots 1. 2 and e 2Z
feet lot 3. block 5. Old Town of Steph
Mary E. Robinson to Jacob Miller
tract by metes and bounds, nw',4
sw'i, 14. 17. 2w. faS9.50.
Mary E. Stewart to Rose E. Salis
bury, lot 14. block 1. Stewart's Second
add.. South Moline, $7"o.
L. S. McCabe to Abbie F. S. Fisher,
lot C.. block 4. Black Hawk add.. Rock
Licensed to Wed.
Alfred Brandt Davenport
Miss Margaret Seivert Davenport
Oscar M. Fryxell Moline
Miss Anna M. Nelson Mol1m
Eskie Johnson Mo!iu
Miss Ixttie Hogle Toulon. III.
You have doubtless heard a
great deal about Ayer's Ssr-
SETS NEW RECORD,""1 TRIMS . up argus
Ardo Mitchell Win the Low Score
Medal at Arsenal Golf Coarse In
TO, Redaction of Two Strokea.
C. J. COOPER WINNER OF CUP
Championship Matches Begin Today
To Be a Great Week of Golf
The seventh preliminary match for
the men's handicap cup was held at
the links of the Rock Island Arsenal
Ciolf club Saturday afternoon with 54
entries, the largest in the history of
the club. C. J. Cooper, of Moline, won
the cup in this contest with a gross
score of 104. handicap 27. net 77.
Ardo W. Mitchell, of this city, won
the low score medal with a score of
79. no handicap, lowering the record
of the course two strokes, the previous
record being SI made by Leon Mitchell
when he won the championship cup in
The championship matches begin to
day, with four fine cups offered. There
will bo 2; holes played in the prelim
inary round, stroke play, of which IS
will be played today and is tomorrow.
The eight players making the lowest
scores in the 'preliminaries will play
for the championship cup during the
latter part of the week, the next eight
will contest for the second cup, and
so on for the four cups.
The best score medal is open for
contest during any regular match, and
there are those who think the present
record of 79 will be beaten, provided
the weather is such that the course
can be kept fast. After Tuesday the
contests will be at match play. This
is the week of the great golf matches,
and if the weather is fair a large field
and largo galleries may be expected.
Score of SnlurIiyH I'rrllinlnnry.
Cross. HuVp. Net.
C. J. C. .t r 1 4 27 77
Ardo .Mitchell 7! a 7;
T. J. Murphy H7 2il M
Itsear Sell m id I 1 ).'. 24 M
C. K. .Mixter 1 OS i'i M
A. II. Alel 'andless Ins 2i .2
C. C. Williams :! 24 S2
K. C Iienkmann liCI 20 s:l
O. I-. Kyster !! 1.". S4
M. ;. Oliphant 1 Hi 2t SI
llarrv Ainsworth !" 11 S4
F. I. Uavis 11". :m sr.
(JUS T.-neler 10!l 24 Sa
S.-hiller llosford 11.". ."n sr.
F. H. Reynolds 10". 2'l sr.
K. C. Mueller ! 14 S".
Leon Mitchell Stl 0 Si5
J. 1'. Middleti.n !o S7
I. V. Burr !s II s;
I'hil Mitchell 11C. 2H 8
K. II. Stafford 112 24 s
II. C. Wvli.- 102 13 S!
W. Balms, n 117 2S S'.i
V. I.. Yelie !.. ". tOI
J. I). Cndy Ul 0 HI
Frank Mixter I"J 14 V
V. B. iMixter !: 4 H2
C.- '. Williams 117 21 !:
C. A. B u na i d 1U 7 U.t
L. -M. Marks lis 21 H4
W. 10. McCrae 1 1 : Hi H7
C. 1'. Skinner Ill 14 it'
Y. II. Martin 112 14 US
.1. W. (J.....1 I 22 24 US
J. H. Mass 12! 2S !s
.1. N. Van Batten IIS 20 AS
1'hanil.ers Bin n Inn
W. U. Snider 12". 2.r. loo
10. C. Johnson I2il 2.". Bil
l C Ali. n 120 lol
J. C. Preston 1 Bt 10 103
W. II. Marshall In.". o Hi".
(J. M. B.-eht-l lo.", O lor.
I.nis Hans. ii. Jr ln." o lor.
W. M. BillnfT 140 no 110
11. K. Brown 143- 21 1J!I
F. IV llavward 12.'. 0 12.",
Unfinished 1 1. T. Itol.erts. R. 1 . IIos-
ford. .1. S. 1 let-lit. W. IX lloslortl. C. A.
A SPECIAL FOR FORESTERS
Woodmen Drill Teams Will Travel
Exposition Over the Burlington.
At a conference Saturday evening
of the Woodmen committee and Dis
trict Passenger Agent K. A. Hart, ar
rangements were completed for the
transporting of the foresters and
their friends to the St. Louis exposi
tion encampment by the Burlington
road. leaving here Sept. 4, and charg
ing $0 for the round trip. The loth
battalion of the foresters consists
of two Rock Island companies, one
Davenport and one Moline company,
one of the Davenport companies hav
ing dropped out. A special train will
be furnished. Special coaches will be
provided for the return trip of the
foresters, who will remain in camp
seven days. Those of their friends
who travel from here on the special
will have the privilege of returning
on any of the regular trains. The
tickets hold good seven days.
Football Team Changes Name.
The football team known for several
ytars as the Ilennetts has been reor
ganized under the name of the M. &.
K.'s, electing Den Bloehlinger as man
ager and r red Larson captain. The
team remains practically the same as
last season, and will meet any eleven
in the tri-cities, or outside those cit
ies, averaging 143 to ISO pounds. The
lineup for the season is to be as fol
lows: Left end, Fred Larson; left
tackle. V. Grotegut; left guard. F.
Smith; center. II. Gardner, J. 15enon;
right guard. V. Wood. IJen Bloehling
er; right tackle, c. Boag. J. Stroehle;
right end, Leo Sullivan; quarterback.
H. Williams; left half, Vrb Woods;
full back. H. Fitzsimnions: right half.
Tramp is On the Way.
"An Aristocratic Tramp" is booked
for Wednesday at the Illinois. It is
said to be one of the best sensational
corned.' dramas on the road this sea
son. There will be an exciting auto
mobile race and explosion, something
new in the way or stage eltects. it
also has a realistic railroad scene. It
is a play with a story of heart inter
est, played by a cast of excellent
news all the time THE
In a Sensational 10-lnning Baseball
Game at Twelfth Street Park.
There is a young man following the
printing business in Rock Island that
is missing his vocation. Ted Sullivan
should have seen him at work in the
early hours of yesterday morning at
the ball park out on Twelfth street
He was the undoing of The Argus
team in the game with the Union.
But for two costly misplays The Ar
gus might have won at that.
The game went 10 innings, so you
might know that it was no lead pipe
for the boys from Eighteenth street
The Argus had a comfortable lead up
to the eighth inning, when the score
was tied. In the ninth neither side
saw home, but in the loth the Union
sluggers fell against the twisters that
Moffett was serving and there were
five tallies piled up, a passed ball and
a wild throw aiding in the result.
Archer was opposed to Moffett. Ar
cher looked easy at the outset, but
he grew steadier and more effective
as the contest advanced. He was
pitchng his best in the closing inning.
Moffett. it is owing him to state, was
not in form yesteiday. He was I bo
star pitcher for three seasons tin the
high school team at Fort Madison.
Iowa. He is a southpaw. One caue
of his weakness in the closing inning
was an injury to hs working arm that
ho suffered by falling over the lawn
mower Thursday evening.
Dower, who covered center for Hie
Union, made one of I lie sensational
plays of the game, making the circuit
in the loth after missing the third
strike, the ball going through the
catcher's mitt. The ball was pegged
to first, where Dower was hit in the
back, rolled over the sack, causing the
ball to pass in through the bleachers.
Kendall, the manager of The Argus
team, caught for three innings, during
which Broderick did the pitching
stunt. They did splendidly, but were
obliged to return to their former posin
lions, Kendall's throwing wing having
gone back on him. lie has a great
arm, but not for throwing to bases.
Bergerl. The Argus left fielder, was
fined $5 for being asleep at the switcji
when an easy fly was knocked tint to
him. He started in tin? direction of
right when Manager Kendall shouted
at him that there was something com
ing his way. This cost three runs.
The Union was challenged for another
game that is to be played a week mini
next Sunday. The teams lined up
as follows yesterday:
Tho Argus Moffett. p: Broderick,
c; Kendall, lb; Mueller, 2b; Allender.
ss; Kirkpatrick, 3b; Lienhard, if;
Buffum. cf; Bergert, If.
The Union Adamson. c; Archer, p;
Driffll. ss; Hauptrnan, lb; Cook, 2b;
C. Cloudas, 3b; R. Cloudas. If; Dower,
cf; Rinck, rf.
DUST FROM DIAMOND.
Tomorrow is another off day in the
Three Eye league.
Rock Island plays
the Clinton In-
The Crescents defeated
Foundry team Sunday by
IS to 12.
a score o!
Charles Pease, an infielder from the
Cotton States league, has been signed
Vandine's injury was received whilt
fishing. His foot was cut. It is not
The Shady Sides and the
Sides are playing at Twelfth
park this afternoon.
Rose, the new outfielder from the
Northern league, arrived in the city
Saturday evening. He was in ;he
game at Cedar Rapids yesterday.
Quillen, tho former Dubuque player
over whose services there was a dis
pute between Dubuque, Minneapolis
and St. .Toe. has been awarded to the
That was certainly hard luck at Rab
bitville yesterday. The score was 7
to 1 in favor of Rock Island when the
game was called on account of rain.
It was in the first half of the fifth inn
ing. If old Jup would have held or."
for about five minutes longer.
The D. M. Sechler Carriage company
baseball team won two games Satur
day and yesterday with the Sandy
Grove, Iowa. team. The first was play
ed at Columbus Junction, and the sec
ond at Letts. The score Saturday was
14 to 1 and the Sunday score was 2 to
0. Hedeen and Berndt were the bat
tery for the winners Ixith days.
Prospects for a baseball league for
next season between Galesburg. Can
ion, Monmouth and Kewanee and pus
sibly one or two other towns Is now
being talked of and although the mat
ter is only in its infancy it is quite
probably, the Galesburg Republican
Register says, that the league will b
formed. Canton and Galesburg have
already considered such a move, Mon
mouth it is understood is willing to en
ter the league and will organize a
strong team anil arrange for a good
ball park, and it is believed that Ke
wanee will not be adverse to such an
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The man with a brink account
It able to take advantage of op
portunities which ore clear out
of reach of the thriftless man.
Start, an account at once, a
dollpr will do, and add to it ys
trrjatically. You'll be surprised
-t it will grow.
OL'K NKV PLAN MAKES IT
EASY. LI-7r US TELL YOU