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THE iCEGUS. SATURDAY, MAY 13, 19&
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Prescription work must be ac
curately prepared. The doctor's
instructions must be noted and
carefully carried out.
We do every part of our pre
scription preparing with great
care and obey every direction. of
Our checking system is so ef
fective that we do not believe an
error could possibly ocur in our
Order by 'phone or mail.
H. O. ROLFS,
Both 'phone Old west 71.
Are distinguished, because
they win approval on the first
glance, unJ they " improve on
We have the Soft nj
, tk-rby Strlson Hats in
all the latest styles.
Stiff and Soft JJats. liememfoer, we
are exclusive agents for these hats.
KNOX $5 HATS. HAWES $3 HATS.
LLOYD'S $2 HATS.
Come, let ua nt you in the most be
coming hut you ever had.
Ilarprr nouns Illwrk, Hook Island.
It contains both
"Quality and Quantity."
Shoes Made to
Soles and heels,
Soles and hels,
We make a spe
cialty of shoe
Open from 6 a.
m. to S p. m.
1608 2d Ave.
ICE CREAM SODA
and home-made Candies of ail
kinds, go to
COIN-S PALACE OF SWEETS,
317 Twentieth StreeL
DROP THE 'OPENER
Rock Island Gives Bloomington
a Hard Tussle for
BUT WOBBLES IN ONE INNING
Davenport Falls Before Decatur, and
Cedar Rapids Before the
Blooroingtion, 2; Rock Island, 1.
Springfield. 7; Cedar Rapids, 2.
Decatur, C; Davenport, 1.
Peoria-Dubuque, wet grounds.
Rock Island at Peoria.
Davenport at Springfield.
Cedar Rapids at Decatur.
Dubuque at Bloomington.
Bloomington. 111., May 13. Bloom
ington opened the season with a band
and an automobile parade, conveying
both teams through the streets, and
I.Ooo spectators cheered the home team
ti to victory. The locals wou on the
great pitching of Moore anj a conibin
at ion of hits and errors in the sixth.
The visitors played loosely in the field
while Moore was given sensational
backing. Mayor Neville pitched the
first ball. The score:
BLOOMINGTON, R. II. PO.A. E.
Godwin, cf 1 0 4 0 0
Sasse. rf 0 0 1 0 It
Herbert. :ib n l 0 3 .
Ott, If ti 1
Walters. 2b O it
Snyder, ss 0 0
Powell, lb 0 1
Donovan, c o o
Moore, p 1 1
Totals 2 4
It. H. PO.A. K.
Carlisle, cf ....
Walt rs. rf
Sweeney, ss ...
Wanner, 2b . . .
McConnell, c . .
Ilagerman, p . .
Totals 1 8 24 1 5
Score by iunings
Bloomington 0 0 0 n 2 0 o ;
Rock Island 0 1 0 o o 0 0 0 it i
Summary: Two base hits Wan
ner, 11. Walters; bases on balls Off
Moore 1, off Hagerman 1; hit by pitch
ed ball Ott; sacrifice hit Vandine;
struck out By Moore 10, by Hager
man 7; stolen bases Ott 2, Lister;
time 1:30; umpire Cueack; attend
SprlnKftrld. 7; Odnr KapitlM, 2.
Springfield, III., May 13. Springfield
won the first game of the series with
Cedar Rapids by superior hitting. Jac
obs' batting was a feature. Score:
SPRINGFIELD, R. H. PO.A. E.
Lippert. If 1 1 1 0 0
Donnelly, cf 1 1 4 0 0
Jacob3, 2b 2 2 1 3 0
Wright, lb 1 112 0 0
Novacek. rf 0 3 0 0 0
No one can tell good baking powder
from bad merely by the appearance;
The price is some guide, but not an in
Some cheap brands may raise the dough,
yet contain unwholesome ingredients.
There is one safe,, sure way, i. e.,
to follow the recommendations of the
U. S. GOVERNMENT ANALYSTS,
THE HIGHEST AUTHORITIES ON HYGIENE
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD,
THE BEST HOUSEKEEPERS EVERYWHERE
Gruebner, 3b 0 0 1 1 1
Scharuweber, ss 0 1 1 4 (.
Ludwig. c 0 1 . 0 0
Ferd. p 1 0 0 2 f
Brittsen, p 1 0 u 2 1
Totals 7 10 27 12 2
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. PO.A. E.
Spencer. If 0 0 4 0 0
Smith, 2b 1 0 3 1 1
Dimes, cf 0 1 1 0 (I
Gill, rf 0 it O C
Derham, lb 0 0 7 1 1
Ball, p 0 0 3 3 0
Hill. 3b 0 1 U 4 (
Berte. ss 1 1 1 3 0
Berry, c 0 2 5 3 t.
Totals 2 5 24 15 1
Score by innings
Springfield 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 2 ;
Cedar Rapids 0010001 0 0 :
Summary: Two base hits Scharn
weber. Jacobs. Lippert. Berry; three
base hit Jacobs; bases on balls Off
Ferd G. oft Ball C; struck out By Ferd
2. by Brittst-n 4. by Ball 2; umpire
Milan; attendance Coo.
Ilrcalur, ; Davenport, 1.
Decatur, 111.. May 13. Decatur hit
at opportune times and won an easy
victory over Davenport. Score:
DECATUR. R. H. PO.A. E
Thornton, cf 3 1 3 o 0
Breyette, ss 1 2 2 4
Mc Far land, rf 0 1 1 o t
Swacina, If 0 1 1 o l
Kuhn. lb 0 1 13 n t
Purtell, 3b 0 0 o 2 I
Lewcc, 2b it 0 1 3 (
O'Connor, c 1 1 5 0 (
Syfeit, p 1 1 1 4 1
Totals C 8 27 13 1
DAVENPORT. R. H PO.A. E
Berg, ss 1 5 i
Sewalt, cf 0 (t 0 0
Crockett, lb 0 2 10 o 0
Blanchard. If 0 0 4 0 C
Swalm. rf 0 1 2 0 (
Webster, 2b U 2 1 f
Alperman. 3b 0 1 1 0 (
Williams, c 1 4 0
Hughes, p 0 0 ii 4 (
Totals 1 5 23 10 :
Score by innings
Decai ur 1 3 0 0 0 0 u 2 C
Qavt nport 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 01
Summary: Two base hits McFar
Iand. Breyette. Swalm; bases on balls
Off SyferL 2, off Hughes. 3; struck
ut By Syfert 3. by Hughes 3; um
Entirely New Program at Illinois For
The we k's bill for Monday. May 15.
at the Minos theatre is one that will
awaken much interest. The great hit
of the weekl-s bill is "The Under Dog."
Myles McCarthy's sketch. In which he
plays the leading role. Miss Aida Wal
cott very ably assists bim. Mr. Mc
Carthy's act was the greatest sensa
tion in large cities this season and
Mr. Rosenthal, after much hard labor
and the outlay of much money secured
this great star.
The remainder of, the bill for the
week is exceptionally good. Flanni
gan and Cameron, sketch team. Mills
and Brr.ns in their novelty burlesque,
Amelia Waite, the well known clever
comedienne, and the Aldeans, in their
comedy, "Fun in a Gymnasium." The
kinodrome, presenting the chicken
thief, completes the evening program.
NEARLY PAID FOR
Sum of $819.62 Still Due on Isl
and City Ball
ASSOCIATION HOLDS MEETING
Total Cost is $4,418.52 Arrangements
For Big Excursion to Peo
The stockholders of the Rock Island
Baseball club held a meeting at the
Harper house last evening. The build
ing committee of the club, composed
it M. IL Sexton, chairman, H. E. Cas
tet-1. F. A. Head, W. A. Rosenfieid.
L. D. Mudge. II. H. Cleaveland. J. J. La
Velle and J. E. Peetz, made its report
.urning over the new Island City park
o the association. The reiiort showed
that a total of $3,578.90 was subscrib
ed by citizens toward defraying the
2xpenses of tfce park. The total ex
penditure reached $4,41S.52 leaving an
indebtedness on the park of $819.02
V large portion of the time of the
meeting was spent in discussing possi
ble ways and means for meeting this
indebtedness and clearing the park.
The stockholders are 'desirous of
urning the park over to the baseball
.iublic of the c;ty entirely free of debt,
and though no action was taken last
ening, some method of raising the
5319.02 will undoubtedly be devised.
Ml of the members of the association
lave contributed liberally to the fund
'or the park, and would make further
donations, but they do not feel tha'
Jiy can furnish the entire amount
left due on the park. Minor matteiir
were given consideration during the
Tuiuurron'ii ;iohiH Kxrurttlon.
It is estimated that between Too and
l.OiM) people from the tri-cities will
take advantage of the excursion of nu
tans of Rock Island tomorrow to IVo
ria. and it is expected that a delegation
if To from here will be present a:
he game between Rock Island and
Peoria tomorrow afternoon. The Rock
's'atid has made arrangements to have
all the equipment necessary to hand
.he excursion, and if necessary there
will be two sections run. The train
leaves at 8:40 from the Twentieth
street depot, arriving in Peoria at
11:30 o'clock. The proceeds of the
xcursfc-n are to go toward paying the
xpense of the chairs which wero
placed in the grand stand at the new
STANDING OF CLUBS.
W. L. PcL
4 1 .S00
4 l .son
4 2 .gg;
2 2 .500
.a 3 .500
2 2 .500
2 4 .33
0 5 .000
W. L. Pet
New York 17 5 .773
Pittsburg 15 8 .G52
Chicago 14 10 .583
Cincinnati 12 11 .522
Philadelphia 10 11 .47C
Brooklyn 10 10 .384
Boston S 15 .348
St. Louis G 10 .273
V. I Pet.
Cleveland 11 8 .579
Washington 12 10 .515
Chicago ....10 10 .50n
New York 10 10 .500
Philadelphia 10 10 .500
St. Louis 10 10 .500
Detroie 9 10 .474
Boston '. 9 13 .409
V. L. Pet.
Columbus 14 C .047
Milwaukee 11 0 .04 7
St. Paul 9 10 .474
Kansas City S 10 .4 44
Minneapolis S 1 .444
Indianapolis 7 9 .43S
Louisville . 8 11 .421
Toledo 7 11 .389
Dos Moines 8 0
St. Joseph G 5
Omaha 7 7
Sioux City C G
Denver 7 7
Colorado Springs 4 "
Wheeling 10 4
Dayton S 4
Evansville 1 5
Teiro Haute 6 5
Grand Rapids 5
South Bend 5
Fort Wayne G
Boston. 4; Chicago 5; 11 innings.
New York, G; St. Iuis. 5.
Brooklyn. 2; Cincinnati. 1; 10 inn
intrs. Philadelphia, 4; Ilttsbcrg. o.
Chicago. 3: New York. 7.
St. Louis, 4; Philadelphia, 1.
Detroit. S: Boston, 1.
Cleveland. 5; Washington. 4.
St. Paul. 11: Kansas City, i.
Milwaukee, G; Minneapolis. .
Indianapolis. S; Louisville, 1.
Toledo. 8; Columbus, 9.
Sioux City. 9; Des Moines. C.
Omaha. 3; Denver. 4.
Fort Dodge. 8: Keokuk. 3.
Oskaloosa. 5: Marsha Utown. 1.
Burlington, 4; Boone, 2.
Ottumwa, 3; Waterloo. 2.
Evansvillc, 10; Fort Wayne, 2.
Dayton. 4; South Rend, 8.
The Seventeenth Street Stars defeat
ed the Browns by the score of 15 to
14. The batteries for the winners
were: Sehnitger and Trimble; for the
losers. Streckfus and Llitt.
The season's passes to the press for
Island City park were sent out today
by President Sexton of the local asso
ciation. They are for all Three-Eye
league parks, signed by President Hol
land and do not involve the inconven
ience complained of in some cities in
The first section of th fifth grade
olayed the second section of the fourth
?rade of the Lincoln school yesterday.
:he former winning, the score being
14 to 13.
The Rock Island trainmen of the Tri
City Railway company yesterday de
feated the Davenport employes in a
'msf ball game played in Davenport.
The score was 5 to 4. The game was
Htite an interesting contest, and was
vitnested by a fair sized crowd. The
attery for Rock Island was W. Nord
horst and Hampton.
GIANTS GOT MANY SOUVENIRS
City of Brotherly Love Yields Memen
toes of Entertainment.
Acording to the New York Tele
gram, here is what the New York
iiants brought back with them to the
netropolis after three strenuous games
in Philadelphia, where they were mob
bed again and again by the baseball
crowds of the City of Brotherly Ixve:
One pound of sand, poured down
"Mike" Donlin's wishbone.
One lump of flesh, grown in 30 sec
onds on the back of Frank Bowermau's
One brick with jagged edges.
Another brick with serrated edges.
A thick briek with edges all around.
A potato somewhat the worse for
wear, evidently having seen better
An egg carefully removed from the
Another egg not carefully removed
from the shell.
Traces of eggs removed from car
riage cushions and elsewhere.
A thickened and coagulated hand at
tached to the arm of "Bill' Gilbert.
Happy recollections of the birthday
Mild surprise as to why Philadelphia
is termed a quiet city.
Other bricks interlaid with paving
Gaily colored standards of court
plaster. The best wishes of the Philadelphia
police force for many happy returns
of the day.
Jugs of witch hazel with stoppers re
moved. A cabbage somewhat underdone a'id
Mud of various strata.
A copy of that pathetic ballad.
"We'd Leave Our Happy Home for
A Disastrous Calamity.
It is a disastrous calamity, when you
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
digestive organs, and cure headache,
dizziness, colic, constipation, etc." Guar
anteed zi Har!z L'lleraeyer's drug
store; 5 cents.
Scratch, scratch, scratch; unable to
attend to business during the day or
sleep during the n!ght. Itching piles,
horrible plague. Doan's Ointment cures.
Never fails. At any drug store, 50 cents.
And inspect the new
Figure 8 Roller Coaster.
It is a grand affair.
H. E. Krell.
Both 'phones. Manager.
LOANS FOR SALE
On wpJI improved farm In sums
of I2"0 up to Kecurlty
cart full lriKject-i before loans
are ruade. Cull t.r writ;
H. M. HENLEY, ATTORNEY,
10. SI. 22 Masonic Temple. Dar
Made to Order
Extra Preparations to Supply
Your Every Wish.
ULLEMEYER k STERLING
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Made ith as great a degree of perfection as the finest bi
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Just what a loan will cost for any given time, ami you
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more about it. We will be glail to fcemj our coiiliil'-ntial
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any expense unless we make you a loan. Call, write or
. telephone us today.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell &. Lynde Block, Room 33.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evenings. Tele
phone West 514. New Telephone 6011.
Also a large line of Bicycle Tires
and Sundries. We have the best
equipped bicycle repair shop in
JOHN KOCH. 213 Seventeenth St. (Market Square.)
CALL AND EXAMINE THE RACYCLE TWO-SPEED GEAR.
Is all made "special." We know
that the clothing customers of
this vicinity demand first-class
workmanship, and we have
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Ilork I In lit. 111.
WILL BE THE HEADQUARTERS
FOR ALL KINDS OF SPORTING
GOODS. THE LARGEST AND MOST
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