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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1905.
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Unable to Take One Game of the
Series With the Island
NOT THE BEST EXHIBITION
Peoria Makes Four Scores in Eighth
and Ninth and Loses By One
Change in the Team.
Springfield at Davenport.
Decatur at Cedar Rapids.
Peoria at Dubuque.
And still they win. Three straight
from Peoria is the Islanders' record
this series, the last being taken yes
terday with a score of 5 to 4. The
Distillers did their play.ng in the
eighth and ninth innings. Up to the
eighth Wilson had let them down with
three hits. In that inning Weisenber
ger hit fur two bases and Nicol singled
atid in the ninth there were three more
hits, these netting one score in the
eighth and thrie in the ninth.
I'eorla has been comparatively
easy for the Islanders and the
result has been that theie has not
been the spirit in the play that char
acterized tile .names with Davenport
and the liabbits. Hut today has
brought the Bloomers, who were the
top notch men before t he Islanders
took the place, and theie is no doubt of
some snappy base ball before this se
ries is ended. There were not many
errors yesterday in comparison with
tiie day before, and while the playing
was not ragged, the boys at times ap
peared to be listless. This may have
been because the game was won too
early, the I.-land rs having all of their
scorta in by the end of the fifth in
liiinur in 'Irani.
More changes were made in the
Peoria team :.! rday. Sehaffer, who
was given a trial i.n t be third bag Mon
day, was taken out and the corner
was held down by Olmsted. O'Leary.
who finished tbe game a.s shortstop
the day previous was in that position
tsterday. and in the fourth inning
Smith wa.i substituted for Simon as
To II bout a lilt.
The Islanders started it out in the
second by scoring two men without
a hit. Wanner drew a pass. An error
by Sapp allowed him to advance to
second and Vandine to reach first.
Waders sacrificed, and while the
catcht r was fielding the ball and
throwing to First Wanner scored, the
plate being left unguarded. Yaudiue
scored on a passed ball.
In the fifth Sweeney drew a pass
riid Wanner hit. Vandine sacrificed,
and Sweeney scored on a wild pitch.
The ball bounced into the players'
I. o. tih and Mas thrown back by one of
the b'-nch men. Wanner scored on
the blocked ball.
1 1 rut? I'lulnh.
After tlie Peoriaus had gone to the
eighth with only three hits ami not a
score, Weiseiiberger stepped up and
hit one Kir two bases into left center.
He scored on a hit by Nicol. In the
ninth Smith reached first on an error
by Sweeney, Kl'ou llied out to Car
lisle. Smitn advanced on a hit by Olm
sted and scored on another by Shour.
Weiseiiberger brought Shour in. The
KOl'K ISLAND. AH. K. H. PO A. K.
Carlisle, cf ;. 1 5
Ruby, If 5 ii 1 3 0 "
Lister, lb f. 1 s I
Sweeney, ss 2 1 0 3 2 1
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Wanner. 2b 3 2 2 2 4 1
Vandine, 2b 3 1 1 1 0 0
Walters, rf 3 1 1 0 0 0
McConnell, c 3 0 0 4 1 0
Wilson, p 3 0 2 1 2
Totals 30 5 9 27 10 2
PEORIA. AB. R. II. PO.A. E.
Sapp, 2b 5 0 1 2 5
0 Leary, ss 4 0 0 2 3 0
Nicol, cf 4 0 2 4 0 ft
Simon, c 2 0 0 o 2 0
Smith, c 2 1 ft 2 0 ft
Elton, lb 4 ft 0 14 0 it
Olmsted. 3b 3 1 2 ft ft 0
Shour, rf 4 1 1 o ft 0
Jones, If 4 0 0 0 ft -.0
Weisenberger, p . . . 4 1 2 ft 4 0
Totals 3o 4 8 24 14 1
Score by innings:
Rock Island ft 2 0 1 2 ft ft ft 5
Ptoria 0 0 ft ft 0 0 0 1 3 4
Two base hits Sapp. Weisenberger.
Bases on balls Off Wilson. 1 ; off Wei
senberger. C. Struck out By Wilson.
3; by Weisenberger, 2. Double play
Sapp-O'Leary-Elton. Wild pitch Wei
senberger. Stolen bases Sweeney,
Jones. Sacrifice hits Vandine, Wal
ters, McConnell. Time 1:35. em
Lister's loss of old time activity is
excusable. He is out of condition and
would not be in the game at all at
present if the light man could be put
in his place, lie has had to have a
substitute runner for two days.
Wilson pitched only four balls in the
Nicol keeps the center garden clean
ed up in good shape. He made some
good runs for flies yesterday.
The players are learning to hug the
bases with Jack McConnell behind the
bat. It makes second base look a long
wav from first.
Walters has not hail a chance in
1 wo days.
Ruby's sensational catch was a feat
ure of the game, and Carlisle's work
in center was fast and clean.
SriiiKfIrM. .'; Oilur Kald. 2.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa. June 14. Don
nelly's triple, two .singles, and an error
yielded Springfield three runs in the
sixth, and they counted two more in
the eighth on a single and gojd base
CEDAR RAPIDS, R. H. PO.A. E.
iiavis. If ft o 3 it U
t.pencer, 3b 1 2 1 2 1
liiines. cf ii ii i
id, if ii ii ii ii 1 1
Berry, c 1 l f. l e
Hall, l"j o i ; o
Hill, lb ii ii ji (i
Herte. ss ii ir ii
Kuger, p ii ii ii
Totals 2 0 27 13 4
SPRINGFIELD, R. II. PO.A. E
Lippert. rf 2 1 u
Jacobs, "b o 1 1 1 11
Wright, lb I 1 7 1 i)
Novacek. If 1 u 7 0 i
IonnelIy, cf z 1 1 11 o
Scharn weber. ss 1 l 'Z -J 11
Ebright, 2b i 2 3 2 1
J.udwig. c 11 o 4 (i
Schwinck, p u 1 j 1 u
Totals f. i 27 1 1 1
Score b3' innings:
Cedar Rapids . ..o 1 o 0 o it 0 n 12
Springfield 11 11 0 0 3 0 2 n 5
Two base hits Berry, Bert", Speii
cer, Jacobs. Three base hit Don
nelly. Double plays Bene -Ball-Hill;
Ebright Wright. Umpire Weston.
Davenport, !-- fur, 4.
Davenport won yesterday's game in
the seventh by timely hitting, j asisted
by errors. Three singles and a two
bagger, with two bases 011 balls, an
error, and a wild pitch, netted four
DAVENPORT, R. H. PO.A. E
Burg, ss o 1 1 4 o
Webster. 2b 1 2 :i 1 (1
Crockett, lb 1 1 s 11 1,
Snahn, if 0 1 1 0 (i
Alperiuau, 3b 11 1 1 11 o
Keed. If 0 ll 2 O 0
Harrod, cf 11 0 : 11 i;
Nieman. c 1 n S o 0
I.elivelt, p 2 1 2 2
Totals f, 7 27 7 2
DECATUR. It. H. PO.A. E
Thornton. If I :j 4 n n
Iewee. 2 b 1 4 3 o
McFurland. if 11 2 2 0 v
Kuliii, 11 0 o S 11 1
Purtell. 3b ft ft 1 ft 1
Bryette, ss 1 3 ft ft ft
Shea, cf u 1 2 u ii
("Connor, c 1 1 3 (
Stone, p 1 1 n f 11
Totals 4 12 24 S 2
Score by innings:
Davenpoit n n 1 n ft 0 4 ft C
Decatur 1 o o l n 0 ft t 2
Two base hits Swalm. Bryette.
Stolm bases Webster t2. Alperman
Reed. S.lea. Basis on bails Off Stone
1. Struck out By Ilivelt. 7; by
Stone, o. Timt 1:4".. Umpire
Ilukuqar. 3( iltooinlaK ta. I.
D;;).iitie. Iowa. June 14. Dubuque
t Jok the last of the series from Bloom
ing'on ly Iiodih runs of Reagan ane?
Hutlnw. Aside from those drives
Moore worked well. Score:
DUBUQUE R. H. P. A. E
Davidson, If ti l u 11 t
Thb ry, c n 5 1
Buebw. lb "..2 1 15 1 ft
Heagan. cf 1 1 2 ft 0
Hughee. 2b u 1 4 4 f
Hadle). ft u n 1
R i'z. 3b n n 2 I.-
Stark, rf ft 1 1 ft t
Cook, p ft ft 4 f
Totals 2 5 27 13 f
BLOOM1NGTON. R. H. P. A. E
Ott, cf ft 0 1 ft t
ORGANIZE JUNE 26
Elks Postpone Date for Instituticn
of the Rock Island
TIME FIXED TOO SHORT
Deputy Exalted Ruler Was Present at
Meeting Last Evening Invita
tions to Molineand Davenport.
The charter applicants of the Rock
Island lodge of Elks held a meeting
last evening and decided to postpone
the institution of the new lodge until
Monday, June 2C. The date was orig
inally set for this evening at a meeting
about a week ago. That was rather
short notice in consideration of what
was to be accomplished in that time
and the convenience of the number of
people involved. It was decided, how
ever, that it should not conflict with
the Woodmen head camp, and the idea
was to place it either before or after.
It has now been positioned until after
Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Ran
dall was here at the meeting last ev
ening, having come to institute the
lodge and install the officers. He as
sisted in the completion of the ar
rangements in preparation for the work
of June 20. am! extended the invitation
to the Moline lodge to assist in the
work. An invitation will be also ex
tended to the Davenport Elks.
Sass. rf . 1
4 24 In
Score by innings:
Dubuque o ii ti 2 u u l ti -- 'j
Blo.imington .. .n 'i 1 i o i o U--1
Two base hit Conner a. Three ba:
hit Davidson. Home runs Reagan.
Buelov.'. I 'mph'i M ilan.
SMALL DOSES OF DOPE
ii'er has been i. lea e.l by Donie !
ly. Hi' is a food I r -! n-r S ivit i:r-'
good enough to displace the oth-r
meiid.t l s, ot the '1:ill'.
Rreyttt. an inti.-.dt r signed by
Spi ing.'ield eaily in tin.' uarnnJ claim
ed by Nashville, has been awarded to
the Senators. Domu 1;- does not know
what he Will do Willi luui
Bitter, the "champ -en" foot racer
who was signed by Davenport fur an
ou'field por.it ion, lias taken his depart
ure from the ciiy without having play
ed in a sinele game. He showed up
miserably in practice.
Bill Kreig of Chillicotbe. the former
manager of tiie Terre Haute and
Bloomiugton teams, has been appoint
ed first extra umpire and will be util
ized in case any one is sick or injured.
Yesterday's defeat sent Peoria down
another notch and Davenpoit is now
at the bead of the second division.
No gain at Rock Island tomorrow,
but Ibere aie two at Davenport with
Springfield. Fiiday we finish the home
scries with Bljommgton and then go
to fight it out at Springfield for the
dace at the top.
A boil on the neck is given as the
reason for (he non-appearance of Red
Morton in the recent games of Peoria
it Rock' Island.
Tacks; Latthmy's name no longer ap
pears in the Newark lineup.
Springfield News: Well. Rock Island
s on top. She has jumped from sixth
first place with but one defeat. Cood
same to put up. The team looks like
t would le a factor in tiie finals un
ess some unforsci n disaster overtakes
John Godwin, the Bloomington out
fielder and one of the best in tfie
league, is out of the gam' for several
weeks owing to a fracture of his arm
at the elbow by being hit by a pitched
In Mad Chase.
Millions rush in mad chase after
health, from one extreme of fadd'sm
to another, when if they would only
eat good, and keep their bowels regu
lar with Dr. King's New Life Pills,
heir troubles would all pass away
Prompt relief and quick cure for liver
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Steams' Elod no
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ROCK ISLAND LED BY 400
Figures of Memorial Day Attendance
Given by President Holland.
Figures received at the office of
President Holland, of the Three-Eye
for the Memorial day attendance show
that Rock Island led by over 400. The
attendance in the various cities was as
Rock Island, morning game, 433; af
ternoon game. 2.9rft; total. 3.3si.
Springfield, moruing game, fu); af
ternoon game, 2.4S7; total 2.iS7.
Dubuque, morning game. a5; after
noon game. 1.K1S; total. 2.423.
Bloomington, afternoon. May 2y.
332; afternoon. May 3ft. i,5S2; total.
STANDING OF LEAGUES
W. L. Pet.
Rock Island 22 12 .647
Springfield 2ft 13 .Cmi
Dloomington 15 15 .555
Dubuque 2ft 10 .550
Davenport 1J 1 .457
Peoria 1 IS -45."
Decatur 14 21 .400
Cedar Rapids 11 23 .324
W. L. Pet.
Cleveland 27 13 .C75
Chicago 20 1 .578
Philadelphia 25 K .50S
Detroit 23 21 .a23
Boston 20 22 .470
Washington l' 27 .413
New York 17 25 .toil
St. Umis 17 2S .37S
W. L. Pet.
New York 37 14 .725
Philadelphia 2S 19 .590
Pittsburg 30 22 .577
Chicago 2S 25 .52S
Cincinnati 20 24 .520
St. Louis 21 30 .112
Boston 10 33 .327
Brooklyn 10 35 .314
W. L. Pet.
Columbus 32 1! .C.2S
Milwaukee 30 20 .000
Minneapolis 2N 21 .580
St. Paul 20 25 .510
Indianapolis 22 21 .47S
Kansas City .21 30 .412
Louisville 2i 21 .4u'.
Toledo IS 0 .375
W. L. Pet.
Wheeling 2S 1 -I .030
South Bend 20 17 .0(15
Evansville 27 20 .574
Grand Rapids 22 17 .505
Dayton 21 19 .523
Ft. Wayne 2ii 2C, .435
Terre Haute 14 27 .341
Springfield 13 29 .310
W. L. Pet.
Sio:ix City 27 13 .075
Denver 20 17 .005
Dos Moines 21 10 .50S
Omaha 19 2o .1X7
St. Joseph 14 20 .350
Colorado Springs 13 2S .317
T 1 1 R EE EY E LEAG 1 ' E.
Dubuque, ;!; Bloomington, 1.
Cedar Rapids, 2; Springfield, 5.
Davenport. 5; Decatur. 4.
Rock Island, 5; Peoria. 4.
NATIONAL LEAG I E.
New York. 1; Chicago, ii.
Biooklyn, 0; St. Iuis, 1.
Cincinnati, 5; Philadelphia, 1.
Pittsburg. C: Boston. .
Chicago, 7; Washington. 0.
Cleveland. 1 1 ; Boston. 2.
Detroit. 1; Philadelphia. .
A M E H 1 1 A N A SS iCIATION.
Milwaukee. 3; Louisville, 2.
Kansas City, 1ft; Columbus. 9.
St. Paul. X; IndianajKilis, ;.
M inneaitolis. ;; Toledo, 4.
WESTERN LEAG I E.
l)es Moines. 3; Omaha, 7.
Denver. 3; St. Joseph, 2.
Coloiado Springs. 5; Sioux City, lo.
Terre Haute. 3; Dayton. I.
Fort Wane. 1; Grand Rapids, ft.
Evansville, 11; Wheeling. 0.
Springfield, 11; South Bend. 7.
ENDS FITZ-SCHRECK FIGHT
Failure of Salt Leke Club to Post For
feit Ends the Deal.
Salt Lake City. Utah. Jmu- 14 The
Fitzsi'iimons Scjireck lif-'ht scheduled
to take place here July 3 Is ofT. Fitz
simmon.s declares the local club faded
to pot its forfeit money. E.Tonswere
made to induce Fitzsimmons to wait
tine day for the money, but lie gave the
club one hour to de'.iver the goods.
The chib could no: reach him. Fitz
declares the club deceived him. He
says he is in the game for the money
there is in it. and not for a reputat'on.
He expressed his willingness to go
alone into a room with Schreck with
five-ounce gloves and lifc-ht it out for
$5.i'i0. the man leaving the room to be
referee. Fitzsimmons has left for New
York. Britt to Fight Sul.ivan in July.
San Francisco. Cal.. June 14 Mor
ris Levy ha decided to pur on the
Britt Sullivan bout for July. This i.j a
much better proposition than putting
the champion up against Eddie Han
Ion . Not much is known about Sulli
van, except that fcports in the east
think he has a show with Britt.
Everyboly'a liable to itching pile?.
Rich and poor, old and young terrible
the torture they suffer. (July one surf
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Office houn 8 a. m. to 6 p. rn. and Saturday evening. Tl
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jS rca.de Cigar Store
Harper Houmi b'ock. John P. Sxtou, I'rop.
GOOD SHOWS ARE COMINGj
Some of Best on Road Booked for
Chamberl in-Harrington Theatres.
Samuel It. Han iiiKtoii. or IVoria. has
r turned home after a tiip to New
York, where lie ban lien Itookin;; at
1 1 act ions for the ('hainberliu-Harrim:-
t'lii circuit of theatres. He reports that
while la.-t year was a poor one, more
liirtt cla attracions are beini; madn
ready for the roa I than ever before.
Among those already hooked for the
Chamberlin Harrington circuit are:
Frank- Daniels. --The School Oirl;"
Jfcx-kstader'a MIn.t r-ls, Ethel Barry
more. "The I'ol'efre Widow." "San
Toy," "The Maid and the Mummy."
May Irwin. "The Mayr of ToMo."
' Heir to the Hor.rah." Paul Cflnw.re.
George Cohan, Mildred Holland, En,
Lhh rand opera, "Buster Urown,"
iOOOOOOCXO CXOOCXX3OO0O00000 -
"County Chairman." "Beauty and the
Beat-.t." Ro!ert ELoti, "Marriage 'f
Kittle," Fritzie Sch-ff. "Knighthood
Was in Flower." "The Virginian."
"Wiard of O., 1 he Rivals." Ellin
Eisner. Fantana. (;is Skinner, Misjs
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets Better Than a Doctor's Pre
scription. J. W. Turner, of Truharf. Va., Bays
that Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablet have done It : in more good than
anything he could get from the doctor.
If any physician in this country was
able to cemiMiuud a medicine that
wo--!,! produce hucIi gratifying results
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Then be quick! Fasten tightly
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and pet a new lof, too.
it ' s.