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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JUXE 30, lOOS.
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JBY CAPS CLIMAX
Fielding Contest by Picking
One From the
TAKES THIRTEEN INNINGS
Commodore Carry Away Last
Series With the Islanders Was
Tied in the Ninth Inning.
Rock Island at Cedar Rapids.
Dubuque at Davenport.
Decatur at Peoria.
Springfield at Etoomington.
Ruby lobbed Levee of a two-base
bit In the seventh inning and rapped
the climax .iu-"fbe fielding contest that
bad ben going on during the entire
'Pecatur game. Tbe barker at a show
would ay tbat the jungle performance
was worth the price of tufmiseion, if
the Islanders did lose the game in the
13 innings of play by a score if 3 to 2
The work of Ruby and Carlisle and
Thornton and Swacina in the outfield
and both of the infields has been the
feature of the series. Near the close
of the last fcarne Lewee hit one that
appeared from the grand stand to bt
oing over the fence. But it came
down just on the inside ami would
have hit the wall had it not been for
Ruby's mitt that was there waiting for
it when it arrived. It was a one-hand
Tied la the Main.
Hagerman hit I'urtell with a pitched
ball in tfie iiinih, Hryette sacrificed
and Shea hit, and a tie was on that it
took four more innings to break. A
ffirtgh- by Swaeina and a double by
Purtell tiid the business in the J3th.
litaJW-atur scored first, Swacina count -
j-the foil i tli. and Carlisle turning
TIIe-ireiMt in the sixth arid again in
thd eighth. The Islanders were then
ah ad, but 'the run in the ninth by
Punte;i made the tie.
eian pit. lied his usual steady
jjnot giving a pass until the loth
, ami ne was wen nacKeu oy me
otluTs players. Me kept the hits fairly
well sea . lered. eight of them being in
the nine innings and two in the i:!th.
Harry did excellent work in the box
for tbe Commodore, but retired In the
ninth. Hardy taking his place. Five of
the hits were from Harry, and Sweeney
got one from Hardy in the 1 0th. The
Commodores hit heavily again to the
outfield. Carlisle getUng seven put
outs. Ruby seven and Walters two.
One ia I'ourth.
In the fourth Swacina hit into right
field and Kulm sacrificed. Purtell hit
lo Jjefi center, and when Carlisle it
tempted to fiefiK it' on the bound he
knocked it away a short distance, al
lowing Swacinn to score.
In the ninth I'urtell was hit by a
pitched ball and went to Kecund on a
sacrifice by Hryette. Shea batted in
he place of Harry and made a hit.
VoriiiK Purtell. in Hie 13th Swacina
ilide his second hit. Kuhn again sac
i Viced and the performance in the
f'trth was repented, only Purtell mde
ittt two bagger this time, his secoxul
CarlUIr Miikn llota.
II the sixth Carlisle hit one out of
re.iili of the shortstop and was forced
to keeoud. Van dine being hit by a
pitcW ball. A hit by Walters into
left te;d scored him.
lnltle eighth Carlisle drew a pass
and Mle second. O'Conner threw one
wibllitd he went to third. Iewee al
low I one from Vandine to get past
1 1 Carlisle scored.
ISLAND. AH. R. II PO A. K.
r. 2li 5
J lbN,. 5
Sweeny, ss .-v.....C
Carl i He. ef V
V:nde. :ih 4
ait. if r.
'CO:ell. C 5
tiAgei-unn, p 5
1 2 1 ft
12 0 0
1 u 3 0
.44 2 C C!t 13 2
AH. R. II. PO A. E.
) C. rin
Tota:i 4' 3 3
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IUkI I ,p, ...0000010100000-
Tuturl 0 001 0 0 00 1 000 13
S ;uini! : Two-base hits Hager
mai,, I'u ell (2). Hases on balls
Magernui . 2; Ilarry. S; Hardy. 4.
Struck o -by Hagerman. 1; by Har
ry, &: by Imly. 1. Inible plays le-wee-Hr.
e Kuhn, Walters ! Jster. Wild
1 Iches lardy. 2. Hit by pitcher
kwee. iiiiline. Purtell Stolen bast-s
ster. gailiRle (2). McConnell. Sac-
. hii 4 Carlisle. Kuhn. Hryette.
I Bit limmt.
hir.i game to kse.
r pulled off his cage , and
Vrfr the game twice on ac
I satisfactkui with tbe deci-
iptre Lynch on strikes and
it was Induced to plav it
the disagreeable features
kiled this series of other-
it contests has be-o the
er the decisions 01 toe
ut a pass, Lund'n gave one in the
linth, and Hagerman gave his first
me in the tenth.
The fans wanted to Fee Saey work
.esterday, as the team i)l not be
ack for some time, but H3german
utehed the entire game.
Carlisle. Thornton and Swacina dil
some spectacular work yesterday.
Umpire Lynch may have a poor eye,
ut both teams and the fans would
iave regarded him higher if be ha 1
not allowed Hardy to stand in the bo
ind talk back and make threats and
'wrmitted the rest of the team to make
his position ridiculous.
Ilirrapvrt, 4j Uluomlae toa. 3.
P.loomingion. 111., June 2. Failure
:o hit with men on baes and flow
ork behind Parker cost Bloomingron
i dinning game. LeliveJt was iii
ind had poor support, but this profited
he home team little. Barker was rt-m-tated
JA VEX PORT.
Iv s, cf
R. II. PO.A. K.
o o r o "
0 0 3 o
1 2 1 2 o
0 19 3 1-
1 2 o 3 "
0 o C 2 '
0 0 0 2 "
3 7 3' 1j "
R. H. PO.A. E.
2 3 4 7 1
0 0 2 0 1
0 O 4 0 0
o 0 4 r, 2
0 0 2 0 o
1 2 r i i
u 2 2 o
I 11 3l 10 I
Score by innings:
Hloomington ..o 0 o l o 0 1 1 o "
Davenport 0 2 1 " " o l -
Home run--Smith. Si ruck on: -!.
Barktr. 3; by I.e!iejt. 4. l!.e- -s oi.
ball.- Off P.atkir. 1; .-T I.eliv.l;. 1
U. uble p;a
Tinu 2: i
-Weh--!( r 1 til TiA I 'roeke!
I'mpire Milan. A:iem
I'eoria, III., .Jun
mite.l Moore out.
3o. Ceilar Raji'.d
of the l in tli-
i!h inning and Weisen herder con!
to! save the game.
.v re costly. Sci e:
PEORIA. R. 1 1. PO.A. E
I .. ss l l 2 :: i
ii:ioii. c o o I !
Xkol. cf 1 1 2 " '
l.!n.krbeik, if 2 2 1 1
Eli on, lb o 111 I
Graham. 2b 0 1 ' 2 1
W;.rreii, 3b o 0 3 I 1
Wciseiibcrger. If p 1 1 " 1
Moore, p o 1 1 3 1
S. Smith, If 1 1 o o t
Totals ; '. 27 Kl I
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. II. PO.A. E.
.Davis, if 0 3. 1 o 11
Spencer. 3i 0 1 0 2 1
Hinte, cf 0 0 3 0 o
ball. 2b ...3 1 1
Berry, c 2 2 4 11 o
SmUh. If 2 1 2 0 o
Hill, lb 1 o ! o o
Berte, ss 2 1 3 3 o
mil. p 13 1 0 0
Totals 1" 11 27 10 t
Score by innings:
Peoria 1 o 0 o o 2 o 1 2 6
Cedar Rapids . .0 0 o o 3 1 3 3 o M
Two base hits-I.ee. Linderbeck.
Two base hits Lee. Linderbeck. Ber
ry. Uerte. Itnee dase nit is. iiimtu.
Hum's mi balls OIT Moyre. I; off eis
enberger, 2; otT Gill. 3. Struck out -By
Moore. 3; by Gill. 1. Double play.;--
Berte Ball Hill (21; Warren Simon Ei
ton. I mpiri cu.-ack. Attenlaue
llaia at luloitir.
Iiibnque, lowii. Jmif 3o. The game
was Mst (Mnifii on .km'oiuu or wet
' X -i r IM.it ..i 1. 32 22
'S ( 1 1 - 1 . .
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frW& k Wmm Our srxreial iih of Jt
! 'iT'-W : , of smart designs in
II HrIXvria V iot outing suits
GOES TO HUBBELL
Will be General Superintendent
of Rock Island Central
CABLE MAY GET IT LATER
Upon Return from Europe Will Prob
ably Tske Davenport Office
Hubbell to Cedar Rapids.
Official announcement has been
made of the appointment of C. IL Hub
bell as general superintendent of the
central district of the Rock Island,
with headquarters at Davenport. Mr.
Hubbell arrives in the city this evea
ns, and at once assumes the dudes of
his new position, which is regarded as
he highest of the general superinten
dent office?. This is quite a promotion
tor Mr. Hubbell, w.hp has been division
uperintendent of the terminal division
It is understood that on the return
t H. S. Cable from Europe, he will
:e given the general supeiintendency
f the central district, Mr. Hubbell be
,ng !atel to take charge of the north
in !;.-:rict, no- in charge of Mr. Ca
with headquarters at Cedar Rap-;!-.
While not the largest of the three
listricts, the central district is regard-
! as tlie most important, and is the
nior position in the railway's circles.
SMALL DOSES OF DOPE
Klinkhammer is the euphonious name
I a new pitcher signed by Peoria.
A Detroit dispatch states that an ef
l.it is being stalled there to organize
1.1 -ebal; players :mo union. Probably
managers will retaliate by requir
.iii." an eight-nour work day.
Sapji. who has hem making three-fi.iifth;-
of Pe.ria's errors and hits has
. back to Waco. Tex. where he
ord red to report by the national
inard for violating an agreement.
".Mm" Callahan will continue playing
the white sox. Manager Jones
rii.iv refused 10 giant Callahan's
riipiesi lo be tradtd to the New York
ti:t rican It ague team in exchange lor
U. Higher! v. Fm A. an: :t cash eotiKideia-
..ai Wal.-'i. .--:n of P. T. Walsh, of
Davenport, it i? reported, has turned
do An an offer from President Selee.
if ti:e Chicago Nationals, to join that
;Hiu in the capacity of catcher, in
which be has attracted consi ti rabl
afeinion on the St. Mary's team. He
ha-i alto been offered inJuccr.iento to
aMeii l the University of Illinois and
!e-ott!e a member of that team, but re
fuse.!. STANDING OF LEAGUES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
, W. L. Pet.
Dubuque ...2D 21 .5SO
BloomiiiKton 28 22 .5d0
Springfield 20 21 .553
Rock Island . 26 23 .531
Davenport -27 24 .52'J
Decanir -'23 27 .400
P.-oria 19 29 .390
Ce.iar Rapids 19 20 .3S8
' W. I
Cleveland 35 2!1
r L is the center of attraction for
Swell outing suits
in the newest, fashionable colorings
in excellent worsteds, homespuns and
blue serge fabrics, all sizes
Detroit-; 29 29 .Se
Boston 24 2S .462
New York 23 30 .434
Washington 22 33 .3SC
St. Louis 22 . 2C .379
W. U Pet.
New York 47 IS .723
Philadelphia .' SS 24 .613
Pittsburg 39 26 .000
Chicago 37 2S
Cincinnati 34 29 .540
St. Louis 35 39 .391
Boston ... 19 4! .302
Brooklyn 17 4S .2C2
Minneapolis 43 25
Columbus 42 25
Milwaukee 3S 29
Indianapolis 32 31
St. Paul 34 33
Louisville ..2S 39
Kansas City JG 41
Toledo 22 42
W. I Pet.-
Wheeling 37 22 .627
South Bend 37 23 .617
Evansville 37 26 .5S7
Grand Rapids 31 25 .551
Datom LS 2S .500
Fort Wayne 2-i 31 .451
Springfield 30 3 .344
Terre Haute Is 40 .310
W. L. Pet.
DeS Moines '! I Is .654
Sioux City 31 22 .5S5
Denver 33 24 .579
Omaha 2s 25 .52$
Colorado Springs is 36 .333
St. Joseph 17 36 .321
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Rock Island. 2; Decatur, 3 f!3 in
nings). Davenport, ; Hloomington, 3 (10 in
nings!. Cedar Rapids, 10; Peoria, 6.
AMERICAN LEAGUE. .
St. Imis, 4; Chicago. 2.
New York, 13; Philadelphia, 4.
, Boston, 4: Washington. 3.
Cleveland. 8; Detroit. 3 (first game).
Detroit, 3; Cleveland, 2 (second
.Now York. 11; Brooklyn, 1.
Philadelphia, 3; Boston, 2 (first
j Philadelphia. 2: Boston. 1 (second
I WESTERN LEAGUE.
D. over, 2: St. Jos.-ph. 0.
Omaha, !i; Colotado Springs. 1.
Les Moines. 12; Sioux City. S.
Fort Wayne. 1; Dayton, o (first
Da ton. 2; Fort Wayne. 1 (second
South Bend. 11: Evansville. 1."
Wheeling, 4; Springfield. 0.
Grand Rapids, 0; Terre Haute. 2.
Columbus, 4; Indianapolis, 1.
Minneapolis. 5; Milwaukee. 4 (first
Minneapolis, 3; Milwaukee, 2 (sec
St. Paul, 9; Kansas City, 7.
Louisville, 2; Toledo, 1.
Cady in the Race.
John D. Cady of the Rock Island Ar
senal Golf club made a good showing
in the eastern tournament art Cincln
nati yesterday, making the IS holes ir
101. The best record wus made b
Lawrence Auchterlonte. of Glti View
Chicago, who completed the IS hole:
Will be a holiday or a day of pleapiirr
if -yoii wear our- nhoes or- oxfords.
1 jige Waters,' 17o3 Seconal 'avenue.
Trie smartest shapes and the widest se!eo
tion in town. Here are the swell, new
novelty pokes, the fine "Mashie" straws
finely woven sailors, etc
50c to $5
Here are all the novelties of the season pre'
sented for your selection. And here's a 4 th
of July offering of mohairs, mercerized
pongees madras and novelty fabrics, either
with or without negligee collar
establishment, Simon &r Landauer, sellers of "Better Clothes"
GOLF HATCH GOES
TO MRS. J. F. LARDfJER
Wins Women's Handicap Cup. in
Fourth Match With "TC5
Mrs. J. F. Lardner won the women's
handicap cup in the fourth contest for
the possession of that trophy yester
day afternoon at the Rock lsiand ar
senal goif links. H r net score of 105
was several points lower that her near
eft competitor. The best score medal
remains in the iHisses!on of Mrs. C.
P. Skinner, whose score of 113 made in
the preceding match was uot lowered
The summary of the scores follows:
Gros Hdcp Net
Mrs. J. F. Irdner 125
Mies Emeis 150
Mrs. J. P. Donahue ...14S
Miss -A. Martin 154
Mrs. G. V. Cable 155
I Miss N. Grace 126
M!s5 S. Dart 145
Mrs. C. P. Skinner 12S
Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen ...163
Miss E. A. Robeson ...1S4
DE SMET IN TROUBLE AGAIN
Fined for Maintaining a Disorderly
House Complaint Against Place.
Dave DeSmet was arraigned in Jus
tice Johnson's court this mnrnln; and
fined $50 and costs on the charge of
keeping a disorderly house. The com
plaint was made by the state's attor
ney. Constable Goldberg was sent out
with warrants against various alleged
Keepers of disorderly houses in connec
tion with saloons, but some of them
vere found vacant and DeSmet was
1 he only one caught in the net. He
pleaded guilty." This place is on Sec-
nd avenue between Nineteenth and
Schrceder in Serious Condition.
Dan Sehroeder, 721 Fourteenth an. 1-i-half
street, who was injured in alight
n.T from a wagon near the arsenal en
trance several weeks ago. is reported
as being in a serious condition. Upon
returning from his labors there he
boarded a wagon that he thought was
oiuing to Rock "Island, and w hen he
found It was going to Davenport lie
went to alight and caught his foot in
the wheel, breaking his limb at the
ankle, and in jumping to the ground
he put his weight on the injured mem
ber. It was necessary to amputate the
Adjt. Gen. Scott has issued an order
incepting the resignation of Hugh A.
I. McDonald of this city as captain and
tdjiitant of the (!th infantry and ap-
H)!nting on the recommendation ot
Col: KIttilsen. Capt. John J. Cairns of
""hicago as his successor.
in moving pictures
The Barber of Sevilla
in 25 Scenes.
Watch Tower Park
EVER V NIGHT
Ogden's orchestra concerts
Tuesdayn, Thursdays and Sun
days. " peteren's concert Fri
day. l . . .
. E. Ki el!.
Doth 'phones. Manager.
We at lie r
STRAW HAT HEADQUARTERS.
Ice Cream Freezers,
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
A STRANGER. IN A
Perhaps you haven't lived here long? Took a good deal of money to get
moved and settled and there are so many new things you almost have to
have. Credit all right where you come frcm, but nobody knows you here.
Could you use, say, $25.00 or $50.00? We'll let you have the money quick,
securing ourselves by taking a lien on your furniture, piano, horses, wag
ons or other personal property, leaving the property if your possession. All
very confidential. Repay something each week or month and you'll soon be
all right again. Clad to tell you how we do it and quote you rates.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
z Mitchell & Lynda Block, Room 38.
- Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday svsnlngs. 1h
ohono West 514. New Telephone 6011.
4 th of July Clothes
Silk finish fancy balbriggans in lace weaves,
open mesh and closely woven in blues,
pinks, browns, greys, etc., full sized, nice
ly finished and unusual quality
The stylish new wash 4-in-hands . . . 25c
Mohair bosom shirts . . . .50c Light underwear 25c
Fancy hosiery . . . . 15c tr 25c Outing trousers, $2.50 to $5.00
Childs' dainty wash suiu, 50c to $4.50
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ttliied the first game with