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THE AIIGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1904.
S Kort on
Hot Air bvit
Long on Low
We are selling the beet 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.
2025 Fourth Ave. Bots "Phone
finds representation in our store
in all kinds of precious gems,
fine silverware, gold ornaments
of exquisite manufacture, watch
es, cut glass, clocks, that are
here for your choosing for wed
ding gifts, betrothal gifts, birth
day fcift.s or gifts to yourself
when you may fcl like bestow
ing them. You can buy for less
Jeweler and Scientific Optician.
Opposite Harper House.
$ THE GOOD OLD
is when you will appreciate a
dish of our ico cream. It Is bo
delicious and refreshing that
you can easily perceive the pure
and wholesome materials that
we use In making 1L 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 ready to take
your party order for fancy Ice
creams and fruit ices.
"LIFE OF AN AMERICAN FIRE
Man." By Edison.
I MOVIN4J IMCTIRES AT
Watch Tower Park.
All tbla rk Fit KB.
Scfne 1 Th Fireman's Vision of an
Imperiled Woman and Ohtld.
Scene 2 The Interior of the Sleeping
Quarters in the free Home.
Some 3 Interior of the Engine
Scene 4 The Apparatus Leaving the
Scene 5 On to the Fire.
Scene 6 The Arrival at the Fire and
This is one of the finest films ever
brought berore the public; it is ex
citing and made from original nega
tives, and at a great expanse.
Int mini arriBK It arias the
children Come early.
Quo V ml U aad m Trip to the Moo a
ar also on this week.
Have your dinner and dancing par
ties at the Tower.
H. K. KKELU Manager.
Agency and Information
207-209 Brady St., Davenport la.
Claims, accounts and Informations
MlloJtcd everywhere. Both 'Phones...
EACH SIDE WINNER
Rock Island and Bloomington Are
Split Even In the Series They Are
Playing in Bill Conners' Town.
LIEBHART IN FORM SUNDAY
Receiving Errorless Support, While
Numerous Errors Are Made Be
hind Kinsella, the Worder.
Bloomington, Aug. 29. Rock Island
evened up for Saturday's defeat by
winning yesterday. Liebhardt was hit
frequently, but he was effective when
men were on base, pitching himself
out of tight places in masterful style.
Kinsella pitched fine ball also but the
support behind him was wretched.
Rock Island did not have an error.
Van-line was back in the game. Man
ager Nicol sending Hupp, who has
been covering third bag temporarily,
to right field. The score:
R, H. PO.A. E.
1 2 2 0 1
0 1 2 1 2
2 0 2 0 1
1 2 8 1 o
o 2 :; i ;
0 2 0 1 1
0 0 8 1 1
o o i o i
0 0 1 1 o
4 9 27 0 S
R. H. PO.A. E.
12 10 0
1 1 13 2 0
1 13 10
0 0 0 2 0
0 110 0
0 0 0 1 0
1 1 3 2 0
2 i ; i o
1 1 0 4 0
,7 S 27 13 0
Score by innings:
Bloomington . 1 0020001 0
Rock Island 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 2 0 7
- Summary: Struck out By Kinsel
la. S; hy Liebhardt. 5. Time 1:15.
I'mpire Lobeck. Atendance 1,500.
Win la Walk Satnrdn).
Bloomington. Aug. 29. Saturday
H?german was hit hard and poorly
ROCK ISLAND, R
Thornton, cf 0
Carlisle. If 0
Lister, lb 0
Miller, Lb O
Rose, rf o
Sweeney, ss ' 1
H. P. A. E.
2 2 11
0 10 0
2 9 10
0 6 3 1
0 2 4 3
0 2 3 0
0 0 3 0
7 27 16 5
H. P. A. E.
3 2 3 )
2 3 3 0
2.3 0 0
1 12 0 0
2 2 0 0
1 4 0 ft
0 0 0 0
2 0 4 0
Hupp, 3b 0
Cheek, c 0
Hagerman. p 0
Kruper, r.s ft
Herbert. 2b 1
O'Connor. If 1
Hackett. lb 1
Godwin, cf 1
Kane. 3b ft
Donovan, e 1
Pitts, rf 2
Barker, p 1
Total S 14 27 11 0
Score by innings:
Bloomington 2 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 x
Rock Island 0 1 0 ft 0 ft ft ft I
Summary: Stolen bases Hupp.
Pitts. Godwin. Two base hit Krugci.
Throe base hits Lister. Godwin. Her
bert. Barker. Double plays Miller
Struck out Barker, 3; Hagerman, 1.
Bases on balls Barker, 2; Hiigerman,
Fortunately, physicians know about Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
lhey prescribe it for exhaustion, anemia.
Hit by pitcher Kane. Time of
game 1:39. Umpire Lobcck. Atten
DUST FROM DIAMOND.
The Rock Island association has
signed Annis the infielder from the
Northern league who recently played
several games with Springfield.
President Holland has again altered I
his ruling in reference to Labor day.
week ago he stated that clubs desir
ing could play both games in the after
noon. Now he has ordered that the
games must be played accoramgto
schedule, morning and afternoon.
Hessler the catcher, whose arm was
fractured in Friday's game left this
afternoon for his home in Cincinnati.
The local association paid him off to
the end of the. season, and gave him
permission to go home, as he will not
be able to play again this year.
The frequency with which umpires
have been disappearing at Davenport.
for a variety of announced reasons.
has become a source of comment over
the entire league. In these instances
Davenport works in a home umpire
who is always on call, and at such
times the home team wins invariably
Cheek allowed his enthusiasm to
wax too earnestly at Bloomington yea
tcrday and he was fined and put oui.
of the game by Umpire Lobeck. Cheek
continued to do the backstop work, as
Manager Nicol did not have another
catcher with him. On the ground that
Cheek had no right to take part in the
game Manager Conners gave notice of
BASEBALL FAN IS DEFINED
Resembles Both the Human Being and
the Dumb Animal.
A "fan" is an animal.
It walks upright, has two feet, two
hands, two eyes, two ears, a mouth
and a nose.
In this respect it resembles a human
It has no heart or soul when the
home team is losing.
Feed it on the meat of victory and it
purrs contentedly like other denizens
of the field and jungle.
But give it the bare bone of defeat
and it roars savagely, lashing its sun
blistered hide in great rage and agony
One day it has the glad hand work
ing overtime. The next day may be
the cloven hoof and the mailed gannt
In its gentler moments the atmos
pnere is tnriiied with the croonings
and buzzings of honeyed melodies.
When aroused there comes a cyclon
ie cataclysm of vocal and wordy up
heavals alike unto the roaring of an
angry lion whose bunioned paw has
been crushed by a trespasser. Atlan
WILSON IS TO BE GIVEN TRIAL
Independent Pitcher to Be in Box for
Rock Island Labor Day.
Christy Wilson, whose record with
the Independents this season and last
has attracted more than local atten
tion, is to have a trial with the Rock
Island Three-Eye league team. Wilson
has not lost a game for the Independ
ents this year. He has had a confer
ence with President Sexton, of the
Rock Island association, and will be
pitched the morning game Labor day
You can't expect to do away with
face blemishes in a week's time. Keep
on taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. You'll have a lovely complex
ion. 35 cents, tea or tablets. T. H.
Tired. That one word tells j
the whole story. No rest.$
No comfort. All tired out.
J. C. Arer C.
aa to persons are bo much a
matter of good bathing equip
ment that I wish to emphasize
our facilities for outfitting bath
rooms with the best and most
sanitary apparatus. In such
cases it is to your highest Inter
eat to consult us, see samples
here and get our estimates free
STENGEL. UAe Plumber
UNROLL X5he FACTS
boat parlor laterior decormtloaa ill
fwm will Bad (kra ta aaalat af I Bat
flraljcaa, artistic tlata, qaalltx of paper,
wearlaic q aallt 7. All ta exeelleaetra
are aaea to the Hk at la errry foot
rard of wall paper we aell( yet the
prirea we nark ap are aat alga eaaaffc
to arare the aoaaekeeper of moderate
meaaa. 9ee oar aaaiplea aad he coa
laeed. V("e aUo do Srst elaaa palatiaa:
aad earrr m foil llae of naoaldlaara, etc
PAR.IDON ea SON,
419 SE"ESrTEE5TTH STREET.
New phoae 5213. Old.'paeae Til X
LONG GAME PLAYED
Decatur Wiosat Springfield in Four
teenth lonlng Yes
terday. NO SCORE UNTIL TWELFTH
Fifteen Hundred Fans Go From Com-
modoreville to See the Con
test. Springfield, Aug. 29. Fifteen hun
dred fans, who came from Decatur on
an excursion, saw their team win a
14-inning game yesterday from Spring
field by a score of 2 to 1. Neither side
i .!i . i. .1 . v,
each put one man over the plate, Eb-
right's error let in Decatur's winning
run. camnitz ana Aoiacn iom twin
ed a finegame. The time occupied by
the game prevented the playing of a
double-header that had been scheduled.
SPRINGFIELD. R. H. PO.A. E.
Smith, rf : 1 2 4
Donnelly, cf 0 0 7
Wright, lb 0 2 12
Brittsen, lb 0 0 2
Caffryn, If 0 4 0
Neal, ss 0 0 1
Latimer, c 0 0 13
Durkee, Cb 0 0 1
Ebright, 2b 0 0 2
Camnitz, p 0 2 0
Totals 1 10 42 12 4
Purtell. Cb ...
R. H. PO.A. E
Gruebner, ss .
McFarland, rf .
Swacina. cf . .
H. Walters, If .
R. Walters, 2b
O'Connor, c . .
1 i !
Score by innings:
Springfield ..000 0 0 00000010 0 1
Decatur 0000000000010 12
Summary: Two base hits Swa
cma, H. Walters. inree oase nit
Swacina. Struck out By Camnitz,
14; by Nolden. 5. Time 2:15. Um
pire Peters. Attendance 3,300.
Dubuque Defend Rockford.
Rockford. Aug. 29. Rockford made
all its runs in the first inning on three
hits and three errors. Eastman then
gave way to Steele and Dubuque won
ROCKFORD. R. H. PO.A. E.
Davidson, If 0 1 1 0 1
Baxter. 3b 1 0 1 2 0
Meek, e . : 1
Cameron, lb 1
Shour, rf 0
Graham. 2b 1
Nichol. cf 1
O'Brien, ss 0
Jaeger, p 0
R. H. PO.A. E.
Wolf, rf ...
Had ley, ss 1
Totals C 9
Score by innings:
Rockford 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 05
Dubuque 3100020 0 0 G
Summary: Two base hit Reagan.
Struck out By Jaeger, 5; by Eastman
1; by Steele, 3. Time 1:45. Umpire
Needham. Attendance 1,700.
Kvfo Break at Davenport.
Davenport, Aug. 29. The locals lost
the first game by loose fielding and
won the second by hitting hard in the
second inning. The scores:
Davenport 000000 1 00 1
Cedar Rapids. .1 0 12 0 0 0 0 15
Batteries Vyskoeil, Hargrove
Williams; Gill and Smith.
Davenport 150 10000 7
Cedar Rapids .01010000 2 4
Batteries Wallace and Nieman;
Dahlquist and Smith.
Rrnulta of Saturday Ganirn.
Davenport. Aug. 29. Davenport
knocked Holmes out of the box in the
second inning, and Ball went in and
tried to stop the hitting and partly
succeeded, but Cedar Rapids could not
hit Stauffer and Davenport had an
easy time of it.
Davfnport n;0'021" X 12
Cedar Rapids . . . .0 V 1 0 V 0 0 0 0 1
Batter! Stauffer and Neiman:
JloJmfK. Ball and Ludwigr.
Rockford, Aug. 29. The visitors
won by bunching their hits.
Rockford 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o ( 7 s
Dubuque 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 X 2
Batteries Baker and Meek; Conk
Springfield, Aug.- 29. The locals
Springfield 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 . : if 2
Decatur 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 4 3
Batterien Srhneiberi and ;p):ti. R.
Walters and O'Connor.
Puts an End to it Alt.
A grevious wail ottimes comes as
a result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs, dizziness, backache, liv
er comnlaint and ronstination. But
thanks to Dr. KIne's New Life Pills
they Dut an nrl to it alL TheT are
gentle but thorough. Try them. Only
25c. Guarantfwd hr Hartz & Ulie-
1 3 10 0
0 10 1
0 0 3 1
1 1 1 f.
0 0 0 2
0 0 12
0 0 0 0
STANDING OF THE CLU3S.
New York 63
St. Louis i. 42
New York SO
Boston 4 3
. 4 00
- . 1 w
Chicaffo. 4: Philadelphia. 1.
t. Louts.-0-3: New YorK. h-S.
Cincinnati. 19; Boston. 6.
Minneapolis. 3. Louisville. 0.
St. Paul. 2: Columbus, v.
Kansas City. 7-3; Toledo. 6-2.
Milwaukee. 8; Indianapolis. 6.
Omaha. 3; Dps Moines, n.
Colorado Splines. 10: Sioux City. 3
Colorado Springs. ; oioux nj. v
(second frame .
Denver, 3: St. josepn. 1 liirsi Kninei.
Denver. 4; St. Joseph. 1 (second
Decatur. 2; Sprinsrtield. 1.
Davenport. 1; Cedar Rapids. 5 (first
Davenport, , Ltaar nai'ius, i i n v.
KocKrora, a. iun'uif, .
Rock Island. 7; Bloominscton. 4.
Waterloo. 1: Ottumwa. 0.
Marshalltown. 2. Oskaluosa. 2 (rain.
Uoone, l: nuriington. o.
a ! ilh j- umiih rionrl ?. ilrst camel
Marion! 0: South Bend. 7 (second
Terre nauie. .; vmeenii.
Fort Wavne. 5; Grand Rapids. 1.
i-. ) I.....J novii u i i tlrst came)
Davton. 4: Evansville, 1 (second
INDEPENDENTS BEAT WHYS
Davenport Team Not Given a Look in
at Game Yesterday.
The Davenport Whys fell easy prey
before the invincible Independents at
the Twelfth street park yesterday af
ternoon. The score was 3 to .
Christy Wilson, the Independents'
crack pitcher, allowed two hits only.
He fanned seven men. Dudley, for the
V. bjs, pitched good ball also, but many
errors were made Deninn mm.
tennis were composed as follows: In
dependents McGInley, If; Holdorf, cf ;
Sellmer. lb; Atkinson, rf; Eng. c;
Carse, 2b; Benson, ss; Hansen. 3b:
Wilson. p. Whys McKnight. Jb;
Potts, lb; O'Connor, 2b; Dudley, p;
McCarn, cf; Lewis. If; Bischoff, cT;
Morgan, ss; Huckstaedt, rf.
CENTRALS WIN AT BUFFALO
Weston Strikes Out Fourteen of the
Husky Boys in the Iowa Town.
The Centrals cf this city played
against the Buffalo, Iowa, team yes
terday afternoon, and won by a score
of 7 to 4. Weston, the well-known
bowler, was in the box for the Cen
trals, and caused 14 of the Iowa boys
to hit the zephyrs. Six hits were made
off Weston and 12 off Eis. who pitched
for Buffalo. The Centrals are to meet
the Independents here Sept. 13. This
promises to be the most interesting
amateur game of the season. The line
up of the Centrals yesterday was
Normoyle. cf; Price, lb; Sample, Cb
Wilson. 2b: Graham. If: Thornhill, rf
Willhite. ss; Earl, c; Weston, p.
MAKE THEIR HOMES PRETTY
Block of Boulevarding on Eleventh
Street Attracts Attention.
Teople in other sections of the city
can learn something by a stroll along
Eleventh street between Ninth and
Tenth avenues. There they will find
suggestion for the beautifying of their
boulevards that speaks volumes for
the progressiveness of the property
owners or the tnorougniare in ques
tion. The boulevarding has been done
on the east side of the street. Here
and there is a bed of flowers, and the
boulevards are enclosed by neat rail
ing. The improvement adds wonder
fully to the attractiveness of the block
and displays a regard for the beautiful
among the occupants of modest homes
that people of much larger means
might cultivate with profit to them
selves and the city they live in.
Price Gets Biggest Muskie.
The largest muskallonge that has
been brought to the surface this sea
3on at Lost Lake, Wis., arrived in
Rock Island today in the name of G
A. Price, and was served at the Rork
Island Club. The fish weighed exactly
30 pounds when. dressed. There have
been bigger muskies caught at Lost
Lake, but the palm for this season
goes to the Rock Islander.
$60,000 Fire at Hartsville, Tenn.
Hartsville, Tenn., Aug. 29. Tm bus
Iness houses, the courthouse of Trous
dale county, the Allen house, Harts
ville's principal hotel, five residences
and two livery stables were burned
here today. The loss is JCO.noo, with
little insurant. The court and conn
ty records were saved.
Ashland. Wis.. Aug. 29. The dry
kifns of the Barker & Stewart Lum
ber company were destroyed. The
loss about $.0O0. fully insured. Tbe
P. W. U
Springfield 103 62 41
Cedar Rapids 110 M 4
iHibuque 110 1 4
Bloomington 1"5 52 bS
Rock Island 10 50 56
Decatur 106 5i 56
Davenport' 109 49 6i
Rockford HI 11
lumber belonged to the Edward Hines;
Lumber company and was valued at
J3.000. fully insured. The kilns will
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THERE IS GOING TO BE
Showman Charged With Abduction.
Evansville. Ind.. Aug. 29. Len Har
rington, a showman, was arrested here
yesterday, charged with enticing Car
rie Fleming from Sullivan, 111. Ilr
will be returned to Illinois. The girl
is only 15 years old.
Don't wait; come while you are
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to have that tooth filled before it
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