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Islanders Co to Open Schedule
Season With Senatois
IN SHAPE TO WIN GAMES
Decatur Loses to Springfield and Dav
enport Wins From Marshall -town
There will be no more professional
baseball in Rock Island till May 17.
when the opening game on the hp me
grounds with Springfield will formally
dedicate the Island City park.
Tomorrow evening the local team
leaves for Springfield to open the sea
son with the champions Thursday. The
work cf yesterday, today and tomor
row will put the edge on the Islanders
and Manager McConnell expects his
men to play winning ball from the
start. Carlisle will be back ia the
game. Wanner is being given a thor
ough. trial at second and the indica
iioas are now that he will make good
Davenport yesterday defeated Mar
shalltown of the Iowa State league by
the score of 5 to 1. The score:
Davenport 1 0.1 0 0 3 0 0 r S 1
MarsUallt-own .0 1000 00 0 0 I C 3
Batteries McCreevey and Nleman;
Johnson and Blanford.
liloouilnu t"n, 1; lieratur. 2.
liloomington. 111., May 2. Blooniing
ton outplayed Decatur at every tura
yesterday, pounding Barry hard, while
both Moore and Kinspl'a were effective
and received good support. Godwin's
batting for a single and three doubles
was the feature. The score:
Bloomington' ..2 0 1 2 003 1 ! 1 1 2
Decatur lOOOOOoOl 2 5 5
Batteries Moore, Kiusella and Don
ovan; Barry and O'Connor. I'mpire
t'bnuxr liuplren in 'I liree-Kj e.
Bloouiiugton, 111., May 2. Upon le-
ceiving the resignation tit" William
Moran of Joliet as umpire in the Guy Dickey, the former Rock Island
Three-Eye league. President Holland ' f.rst baseman, yesterday made an er
inimediately appointed Frank Weston! ror that enabled Minneapolis to tie the
of Pittsbursr. formerly an uninlre in! score with Indianapolis and then in
the central league and noted as :i .
DUST OF DIAMOND
STANDING OF CLUBS.
W. L. Pet.
7 5 .r.s3
7 5 .583
7 5 .5S3
8 0 .571
. G 5 .515
G 7 .402
5 7 .417
4 10 .2S0
W. L. Pet.
9 3 .750
9 4 .093
8 f. .571
C 5 .545
C 7 .502
5 8 .384
G 10 .375
3 9 .250
Chicago . . .
New York .
Cleveland . .
St. Louis . .
Kansas City 5
St. Paul 4
Terre Haute 2
South Bend -
Fort Wayne 2
Grand Rapids 1
Des Moines 4
St. Joseph 2
Sioux City 2 2 .500
Colorado Springs 2 3 .400
Denver 2 4 .332
Detroit, 0; St. Louis, C.
Philadelphia.. I; Washington, 5.
Boston. 4; New York, 3,' 11 innings.
Cincinnati, 0; Chicago, C.
Boston. 2; New York, 8.
St. Louis, 1; Pittsburg, 2.
Brooklyn, 2; PbUadelphia. 4.
Indianapolis. 5; Minneapolis. 4.
Toledo. 3; St. Paul. C.
Louisville. C; Kansas City, 9.
Columbus. 3; Milwaukee. G.
Terre Haute, 3; South Bend, 4; 10
Evansville, 1; Grand Rapids, 3; 10
Dayton, 5; Springfield, 1.
Wheeling, 0; fort Wayne. 1.
St. Joseph,,!; Sioux City, 5.
Denver. 5; Omaha. 1.
Colorado Springs, 3; Des Moines, C.
New Orleans. 7; Little Rock. 0.
Memphis. 11; Shreveport, 11; 13 inn
2; Nashville. 4; 11 inn-
Atlanta. 5; Birmingham
Everyone is pleased with the Island-
P. F. Lynch the umpire left this af
ternoon for Bioomington where he re
ports to President Holland of the
league for instructions.
Catcher Wedig has been sent home,
but will be given another trial next
season. Manager McConnell think:
the boy has the making of a first rate
backstop, but lie is youn-j and needs
The thre" Iowa members of the
league, Davenport. Dubuque and Cedar
Rapids have their teams trimmed
.'ovMi to the maximum, and are ready
the tenth with two out he made the hit '
that won the game. At the end of the
ninth he mixed in a scrap with Jones
of the visiting team. Pretty strenuous
, . .i
P. achy Graham 1s now playing riSht
field lor Minneapolis. i
There has already been one change
in the staff of umpires in the Three
Kye league. If we could hear now that
President lU.lland had clipped Milan's
wings, everybody would be satisfied of
a fair start.
There will be live towns in the
Henry county baseball league, Galva,
Woodhull, Bishop Hill, Orion and Cam
bridge, and the opening game will take
place in Woodhull May 9 when Bishop
Hill will play Woodhull for the open
ing game of the season. Each team
will play 1G games, eight at home and
eight away. Each team presented a
list of ball players at the meeting and
a team must be selected from this list
during the entire season and no out
side player can be used In any of the
games that the to follow. C. H. Hunt
was chosen vice president of the
New York, May 2. President Pul
liam of the National Baseball league
announces the following contracts and
releases: Contract With Boston,
Victor G. Willis. Releases By Chica
go, Otto Williams, to New Orleans; M.
F. Mitchell fo Portland (Pacific Coast
league), and Arthur L. Penell to Colo
rado Springs; by St. Louis. John But
ler, to Kansas City; by Cincinnati, Ar
thur Hoelskoetter to Denver.
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lose your health, because indigestion
and constipation have sapped it away.
Prompt relief can be had in Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They build up your
digestiye organs, and cure headache,
dizziness, colic, constipation, etc. Guar
anteed at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
store; 25 cents.
Two Hundred Members and
Friends of Y. M. C. A. Honor
RENDER PLEASING PROGRAM
Parting Address Delivered by Rev.
L. McNary and Mr. Keyser
About 200 people were present last
evening at the Y. M. C. A. social and
recaption for the Young People's so
cieties of the churches. The fact that
yesterday was May day was recogniz
ed, and each guest was given a pansy,
and handed a souvenir program, bear
ing the representation of a pansy on
the front. It contained the program
of the evening, and words to several
songs which were sung duriag the
The program opened with a song by
the B. Y. P. U. male quartet, which
rendered Weston's "Chimes." The
quartet responletl to the applause with
a medley. G. H. Council rendered
"Sunlight and Shadow." and respond
ed with an encore. The antoniophone
solo, by C. S. Walker, of Davenport,
was one of the interesting features oi
the evtuing. A song by the B. Y. 1'. I",
quartet, was followed by t!ie song.
"O'er th-? Down so Free." by the dou
ble quartet of the Y. M. C. A. male
Rev D I. lVnrv unstiir of fiie
United piesbyt: rian church, made a
short farewell rddress to Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Keyser. who departed today for
Decatur, where Mr. Keyser enters the
physical department of the Y. M. C. A.,
where he was when called to the posi
tion "of general secretary in Rock Isi
and. Rev. McNary said that one rea
son for the gathering of the evening
was for the purpose of giving Mr. and
Mrs. Keyser a "send off'' and as a tok
en of appreciation, official and person
al, for his work in Rock Island, Mr.
Keyser was presented with a beautiful
picture, entitled "Two Happy Kamiii
ies." The picture is a large oae and
has a neat black frame, decorated v:t i
'til In lnsinr his remarks. Rev.
McNarv voCt.(i the good wishes of all
f r K s!lcct.ss in his new
oj w()-,k The plcmre was t!u;
sift uf -embers of the association.
Mr. Keyser in a few words appro-
.,v n to:uWA to ,. address by
J1f y McN:lry an., thanked the people
Jof the city for their Lmdly regard for
iiira and Mrs. Keyser.
Mr. Mi-l)onul.l Heard.
When L. L. McDonald, the new sec
retary, arose to make an announce
ment, the audience called for a speech,
an 1 was not satisfied until .Mr. Mc
Donald made a short talk. He spoke
of the difficulties of his position as sec
retary, and asked for the support of
the members of the young peopie's so
cieties in the association work. The
new secretary was cordially greeted
on all sides, and received the nearly
congratulations of his many friends.
Following the program the company
formed in two lines, and lead by E. C.
Earl and Otto Muenster, promenaded
the gymnasium. Refreshments were
served, and social games indulged in
the gymnasium for an hour.
Chicago, May 2. Following are the
quotations on the market today:
May, 92, 93, 90V&, 91.
July. 83. 84. 82. 83.
September, 79, 80. 7914, 79.
May, 47. 48, VA, 43V4
July. 4GH. 40, 4G.
September. 40. 47, 46, 40.
May, 28, 29, 2S. 29.
July, 28. 29Vi. 2S. 29.
September, 28, 28. 27, 28V.
May, 11.77, 11.82, 11.77, 11.80.
July, 12.07. 12.15, 12.07. 12.12.
September. 12.30. 12.37, 12.30, 12.37.
May, 7.07, 7.07, 7.05, 7.05.
July, 7.25, 7.25, 7.22. 7.22.
September. 7.37. 7.40, 7.37. 7.40.
May, 0.87, G.87, G.87, G.87.
July, 7.15. 7.15. 7.15. 7.17.
September. 7.37. 7.40. 7.37. 7.37.
Receipts Today Wheat 72. corn 7G,
oats 14G. hogs 13.000, cattle 3,500, sheep
Estimated Receipts Wednesday
Wheat 20, corn 20, oats 28, hogs 30,
000. Hog market opened steady. IJght
5.05(?i5.27, mixed and butchers 5.05
5.32, good heavy 4.70&5.35. rough
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 10,000, cattle 3.C00.
Hogs at Kansas City 8,000, cattle 5.
000. . U. S. Yards, 8:40 a. ra. Hog market
strong. Light 5.05 5.20, mixed and
butchers 5.05 Q 5.32. good heavy 4.75 Q
5.35. rough heavy 4.75 5.10.
Cattle market steady. Beeves 4.40'Tr
C.C5. cows and heifers 1.505.10, stock
ers and feeders 2.CO05.2O.
Sheep market dull.
Hog market closed strong to 5c
higher. Light 5.0505.30. good heavy
4.8005.37. mixed and butchers 5.100
5.35. rough heavy 4.80Q5.10.
Cattle market closed strong.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York. May 2. Sugar 137. Gas
104, C. a I. & P. 29. Southern Pa-,
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! State Convention Opened This
Morning in the Flow
HELD IN INDUSTRIAL HALL
Welcomed by Mayer Olson and E. E.
Morgan Change in Organization
Will Meet Opposition.
The A. O. U. W. state convention
opened this morning at 9 o'clock in
.Moline, at the Industrial hail. Mayor
Andrew Olson, for the cty. and E. E.
Morgan, for the Moline Business Men's
association, made addresses of wel
I come to the 350 delegates attending
. the convention. The Degree of Honor
j the ladies' auxiliary to the A. O. U.
V., :s also in session, :heir meetings
being held at the Elks hall.
' Provisions for the entertainment ot
the delegates have been made by the
Business Men's association. The Miv
line club's rooms have b; en opened
for the delegates headquarters, and
ali provileges of member. i are extend
ed to the delegates. Arrangments
have been made to secure admission
to the government arsenal without the
special passes usually required. The
1 . i 11 1 -
iiauge or uie visitors win ue recoguiz- q
ed by the guards. Tnis evening a ' O
grand entertainment is to be held, and1
prominent members from the grand JJ
lodge win maK-i suort auresses. ope-
cial musical numbers will be provid
ed by local talent of Moiiue.
The sessions of the convention are
secret, and matters of great import
ance to the order are being discussed.
Among the changes proposed is the
abolishing of the state organization,
and making possible the affiliation of
local lodges direct wiUi the grand
lodge. This will relieve the order of
the great expense of maintaining the
grand lodge. Strong opposition to this
plan is expected.
Among those who are in attendance
are: Grand Recorder C. P. Hitch.'
Grand Representative John W. Yan-j
tis and Shelby ville. Past Grand Repre-',
sentatives Alfred Orend rff of Spring
field and George F. Howard of Paris.
also Brig. Gen. Charles Uraincrd of J
The sessions will extend over two
days, and possibly three.
cific 00, B. & O. 10C. Atchison com
mon 85'4. C M. & St. P. 173. Copper
81, N. Y. Central 144. L. & N.
1474. Reading common 93. Canadian
Pacific 1492, C R- T. Gl, U. S. Steel
preferred 101. IT. S. Steel common
33. Penna 139. Missouri Pacific 98,
Union Pacific 121. Coal and Iron 80.
Erie common 42. Wabash preferred
42. C. & G. W. 20. Illinois Central
1G1. Car Foundry 35. Republic Steel
preferred 73. Republic Steel com
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, May 2. Following are
the wholesale quotations in the local
Provisions and Product
Butter Creamery, 27c0 29c; dairy,
Eggs Fresh, 1401Cc.
Live Poultry Spring chickens 9c
per pound . hens 8c per pound, ducks
9010c, turkeys 13c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 3Qc.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn 4243c. oats 32 0 33c.
Forage Timothy hay $1O0$1O.5O,
prairie $8. straw $00 $7.
Wood Hard, per load. $4,500 $5.00.
Coal Lump, bushel, 1314c. Black,
per bushel, 8 to 9c.
Cattle Steers $3.OO0$5.O?.
heifers $2,000 $3.00. calves 3.0006.00.
Hogs Mixed and butchers, $4,500
Sheep Yearlings or over $5,000
JC.00; lambs $5,50 0 $7.00
Have you tried it? It in the best tiling on
the market for the pipe. A rare blending
of the linest American and foreign to
baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c.
fSrcade Cigar Store
Harper House block. John P. Sexton, Prop.
MIXES and KNtACS
hands to tha dough.
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