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THE AHGUS, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1905.
Correct Gothes for Hen
On the sands, in the
mountains, in the coun
try, touring, you'll find
the suits bearing this
on the backs of "The
TIm; makers' guarantee, and oars,
with every garment. Ve axe ex
clusive agents here.
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We want you to know the value
of our Dentascptie Tooth Pow
der, and fr a week or two we will
make an offer which is well
worth taking. Beginning with
we will give with each bottle
sold a tooth brush regularly
worth 2Cc. The price of Den
taseplic is 25c. For a quarter
you get 45c value. This is an
introductory offer and will not
be repeated, and if you need a
guaranteed tooth powder and
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w h et her or
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Open from 6 a.
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Rock Island x
LOANS FOR SALE
On writ improved farms In sums
of t2" to ja.tt'io. Security
rarefully Inspected before loans
are made. 'all or writ
H. M. HENLEY, ATTORNEY.
10. 1. 2 Vfasni- Temple. DT
eupurt, Iowa. - -
MAKERS v.? AJEWYRK
PAIR TO BABBITS
Saturday's and Sunday's Games
Co to Bad Side of
SAEY SHOWS UP WELL
Hits Bunched on, Wilson Yesterday
While Ruger Pitches Air
Rock Island at Davenport.
Springfield at Peoria.
Bloomington at Decatur.
Dubuque at Cedar Rapids.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, July 3. After
keeping the Islanders from getting a
look at the plate for eight innings, Ru
ger weakened in the ninth and a dou
Me by Lister and a single by Sweeney
prevented a shutout. Prior to that
Rock Island had but three men on
Vjase. linger giving no passes and the
team behind him making no errors.
Hits were bunched cm Wilson in the
fifth and eighth innings. Score:
ROCK ISLAND. R. II. P. A. E.
Wanner, 2b I l l 1 u
Ruby, If 0 1 2 0 0
Lister, lb 1 1 4 2 0
Sweeney, ss 0 1 2 1 1
Carlisle, 1 1 U 0 O 1 it
Vandine, lib 0 0 4 0 0
Walters, rf 0 0 0 0 0
McConnell, c 0 1 S 0 0
Wilson, p 0 1 1 4 2
Totals 1 5 24 11 2
CEDAR RAPIDS. Tt. H. P. A. E.
Davis, If 2 0 2 0 0
Spencer, lib 0 0 5 0 0
I limes, cf 0 2 3 It
Ball. 2b 0 O 0 2 0
Berry, o 1 1 7 2 0
Smith, rf 1 1 3 o 0
Hill, lb 1 1 C 1 0
Berte, ss 1 3 1 3 0
Ruger, p 1 0 0 0 I'
Totals 7 S 27 8 0
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Cedar Rapids . . . 0 0 0 3 1 0 3 7
Summary: Two-base hits Berry,
Lister. Struck out by Ruger, 7; by
Wilson. 0. Bases on balls off Wii
son, 3. Umpire Lynch. Attendance
IlluonilnKtUB. !if Springfield. 2.
Bloomington. 111., July 3. Balllott
pitched a great game to the ninth,
when he allowed three hits. A tre
mendous drive by Ludwig m the last,
which was caught by Sa.-s afte r a Jong
run. shut off three runs. Briftsen was
bit bard throughout and bad poor sup
port. Score: .
BLOOMINGTON. It. H.PO.A.E.
Godwin, cf 1 1 3 0 0
Sass. if O 1 2 0 0
Herbert, 3b 2 2 2 1 0
Conner. If 0 1 2 0 0
Walters. 2b 1 1 5 O
Smith, lb 119 10
In moving pictures
The Barber of Sevilla
in 25 Scenes.
Watch Tower Park
' EVERY NIGHT
Ogden's orchestra concerts
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sun
days. Petersen's concert Fri
day. H. E. Krell,
Both 'phones. Manager.
J Sleeve irons like the above cut
given away with every can of
Bartlett Bros', baking powder.
1818-20 Third Avenue
John Volk & Co,.
Dealers In single and double
strength Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hardwood flooring cf all
Dealer in single and double strength
Window Glass. Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass,
311 and 329
0 15 3 1
113 0 1
0 10 11
Totals . 5 10 27 11 3
3PRLNGFIELD. R. H.PO.A.E.
Uppert, rf 0 0 a 0 0
Gruebaer, cf 0 0 2 0 1
Jacobs, 3b! 0 0 d 0 0
Wright, lb .'. 1 1 1 2 0
Novaeck. If 1 2 1 '0 0
Scharnweber, ss 0 0 2 4 0
Ebrtght, 2b 0 JL 4 3 1
Ludwig,' c 0 0 1 1 2
Brittsen, p o 0 2 3 0
To:als : 2 5 24 13 4
Score by innings:
Bloomington 1021 1 0 00 5
Springfield 00 100000 12
Struck out By Balliet, 2; by Britt-.
sen, 2. Bases on balls Off Balliett, 4;
off Brittsen. l. Double play Walters
Snyder, Smith. Umpire Milan. At
tendance 2,000. ,
Dumporl, 4; Dubuque, 2.
Davenport, Iowa, July 3. Owens
was touched up for six hits in the first
two innings in the game with Dubuque
and Iavenort got three runs, which
the visitors tailed to overcome. The
feature of the game was Swalm's spec
tacular catch off Hughes' bat in the
second inning. Score:
R. II. PO.A. E.
Burg, ss 1
2 3 3 0
Alperman. 3b ......
0 0 0 0 0
0 1 13 0 0
12 3 1
Webster 2b 1 1 2
Swalm. rf 1 3 2
Harrod. If 0 1 1
Williams, c 1 2 4
Lelivelt, p 0 0 0
Davidson, If . . . .
4 11 27 15 3
R. H. PO.A. E.
0 10 0 0
0 112 0
Thiery, rf 0 0 1 0 0
Buelow, lb 0 0 S 2 0
Reagan, cf 0 2 2 0 0
Hughes, 2b 1 1 6 2 1
Rez. 3b 0 1 2 1 0
Stark, c 1 0 4 3 1
Owens, p 0 0 0 2 1
Totals i 2 C 24 12 3
Score by innings:
Davenport 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 4
Dubuque 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 02
Double plays Swalm-Webster-Crockett;
Reetz Hughes Buelow. Bases
ou balls Off Lelivelt. 3; off Owens, 1.
Struck out By Lelivelt, 4; by Owens.
3. ' Umpire Weston.
Kveu HrraL for I'eorla.
Peoria, Hi.. July 3. Peoria won the
first game of a double header wit!) De
catur by a store of 4 to 2. but lost t he
second. 3 to . Scores:
Peoria 4 8 1
Decatur 2 S 4
Batterie; .Eastman and Simon ; Sy
fert and O'Connor.
Peoria 0 5 2
Decatur 3 10 3
Batteries Eastman and Simon;
Berry and O'Connor.
WAI.I.ACI-: TOKIIKI) VI.
Hard IIHIIbk la ur Flrxt IubIok (iaf
llir Itabblta SnlurUay'n (innf
Wallace started to pitch Saturday,
but he was hit so hard in the first in
ning that he was taken out and Saey
substituted. Though the latter was
effective, the game was already lost
Walters' one-handed catch of Berry's
fly was the feature of a fast and snap
py contest. Score:
ROCK ISLAND. R. H. P. A. E
Wanner, 2b 1 0 1 0 0
Ruby. If o 2 1 0 0
Lister, lb 0 1 1
Sweeney, ss 0 1
Carlisle, cf 0 1
0 2 0
3 0 0
Vandine, 3b 0 0
Walters, rf 0 1
MeCoiiuell, c 0 0
3 0 0
1 1 0
Wallace, p 0 0 0 0 0
Saey, p 0 0 0 C 0
Totals 1 7 24 14 1
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P. A. E.
Davis. If 1 0 1 0 0
Spencer. 3b 1 1 1 0 0
I limes, cf 1 1 7 O 0
Ball. 2b 0 2 1 4 1
Berry, c 0 0 4 0 0
Smith, rf 0 1 2 0 0
Hill, lb 0 0 10 0 0
Berte ss 0 0 1 2 0
Stauffer, p 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 3 5 27 9 1
Score by innings:
Rock Island O 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Cedar Rapids ...2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3
Summary: Stolen banes Himes,
Berry. Two base hit Ituby. Double
plas Stauffer-Berte-Hill. Vandine
Lister. Innings pitched by Wallace,
1. Hits off Wallace. 2. Struck out
by Stauffer, 3; by Seay, 1. Bases on
ha.l.i off Wallace, 1; off Stauffer, 1;
off Seay, 4. Wild pitches Seay, 1.
Time of game 1:25. Umpire Lynch,
lllkrr Saturday Uamrm.
At Davenport Davenport defeated
D.iliutpie in a brilliant 11 inning con
tent, lieu low's home run was the only
score secured by the visitors.
Davenport 2 9 1
Dubuque 1 5 1
Batteries Hughes and Williams;
Ilaviland and Stark.
At Peoria Peoria won a hard game
from Decatur, though getting fewer
hits and making more errors.
Peoria ....2 6 3
Decatur 1 8 2
Batteries Morton and Simon; Sy-
fert and O'Connor.
At Bloomington Game postponed on
account of rain. i
Sportsmen Awaken to the Fact
That Olson is Not Olson
But Somebody Else.
A WRESTLER WITH A RECORD
Wise Ones in Sleepy Town Are Short
About $3,CC0 Rock Island Man
Gives Up Some History.
The sleepy old town of Burlington
is now awakening and rubbing its eyes
and finding that the sportsmen of that
city have been extremely easy in some
of the wrestling matches that have re
cently been pulled off there. Under
the name of Charles Olson, a wrestler
who has been making Rock Island his
headquarters for several months has
been in two events in that city, the
last one being Friday night. About
$3,000 is what the Burlingtonians say
they'are short on the match with Was
sem. The man who lias been turning
the trick claims the championship of
Canada, and is simply sojourning here
long enough to pick up a few of the
easy ones. With reference to the
wrestling match in that city, the Bur
lington Hawkeye says:
'Confident of Winning."
No wonder Charles "Olson," of Rock
Island, was "confident of winning." as
he put it, when he tackled the two pre
mier local wrestlers. Gamble and W'as
sem, in this city. The victor of an un
broken series of matches extending
without a single defeat for over three
years against men who are famed
throughout the land as the fastest
wrestlers in America, has some right
to feel "confident of winning" against
men with but a local reputation to back
When the true facts concerning "Ol
son's" identity became common knowl
edge yesterday, the local sports rub
med their eyes and wondered if they
did not belong among the babes in the
woods instead of being honored mem
bers of the bunch of "wise ones."
which they had thought they Mere.
"Olson" and his crowd gold-bricked t he
Burlington fraternity so neatly that
there is no room for resentment, but
it will be a long time before the "wise"
local sport s recover their self-esteem.
"Olson" candidly admitted after the
i match to several of the men most
deeply interested in the match Friday
evening that he was not the unknown
Rock Island machinist t lint he was
supposed to be. Willi modest mien
he related to the astonished Burling
tonians a short sketch of his achieve
ments on the mat in the last three
years. He said he preferred to wres
tle tinder a new name in each town in
order that his opponent might not lose
what little confidence' he .might have
had before seeing him. and just for an
example gave a few instances.
From (iotvb by Drfnult.
Under the name of Mays he wrestled
Frank Gotch in Seattle a year ago and
won the event by default, Gotch failing
to score two falls on him in an hour.
Under the name of Miller, he threw
Ardahl. "the big Swede," who weighs
225 pounds and whose reputation is
as far-spreading as that of Jenkins,
and posing as Mann, of Omaha, he
worsted Falkner, a big wrestler from
Davenport, who was considered in
vincible by his backers. "Olson" has
met Burns, and though he never secur
ed a fall on him in public, he threw
the big farmer several times in private
bouts in Burns' training quarters.
These are only a few instances of
bis victories in the past three years
but scores of men of the same calibre
as Gamble and Wassern have been
forced to the mat by "Olson," and
more are expected to follow in years to
come. Of course. "Olson" will never
appear here on lite mat again. Satis-
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T3LD BY ALL, DRUGGISTS.
fied with the flucats garnered In Bur
lington, he will pass Into memory, but
the man under the name will continue
to gold-brick innocent sports like unto
those found In this city until some
avenging angel makes him lay down
his hand and retire from the business,
"Olson" really is a machinist in the
government arsenal at Rock Island,
and has been there for six months. He
follows his trade in the intervals be
tween matches in different towns over
the country, assuming, it is stated, a
new name In every town he visits. He
has more aliases than the most des
perate criminal, and his defeated op
ponents He in forlorn heaps, it is also
said, from one end of the country to
the other. Truly he must be a "Ter
rible Swede." And yet he claims he is
an American of pure and honest Ger
man descent. But no more will he be
welcomed with open arms in this city
of "plucked" sports. Nearly S3.000 was
lost by the backers of Gamble and
Wassem to "Olson" and his crowd.
"Olson" personally is a quiet, unas
suming fellow, good natured and a
good fellow. He does not care for the
laurels of fame. Though a champion
ship might be his for the asking, he
prefers the "coin" that lies In his meth
ods of winning from the "innocents."
STANDING OF LEAGUES
Rock Island 26
Cedar Rapida 21
Chicago .3S 21
Cleveland 3S 21
Philadelphia 30 23
Boston 26 2S
Ihtroit -I) 32
New York 23 33
Washington 22 37
r. Louis 22 39
Nv York 49 19
Philadelphia 39 25
Pittsburg 40 27
Chicago 40 2X
Cincinnati 35 30
r!t. Louis 25 42
Boston 20 45
Brooklyn IS 49
Minneapolis 45 25
Columbus 43 27
Milwaukee 41 29
Indianapolis 34 32
St. Paul 34 26
Louisville 30 40
Kansas City 26 43
Toledo 23 44
W. U Pet.
Wheeling 39 23 .029
South Bend 40 21 .625
Evans villo 37 28 .569
Grand Rapids 33 25 .569
Dayton 29 30 .492
Fort Wayne 29 36 .446
Springfield 22 39 .361
Terre Haute 19 43 .300
W. L. Tct
Des Moines 36 IS .667
Sioux City 33 23 .5X9
Denver 24 24 .586
Omaha 29 27 .518
Colorado Springs 18 37 .327
St. Joseph 17 38 .309
Rock Island. 1 ; Cedar Rapids, 7.
Davenport, 4; Dubuque. 2.
Bloomington, 5; Springfield. 2.
Peoria, 4; Decatur, 2 (first game).
Decatur. 3; Peoria. 0 (second game).
Chicago, 1; Detroit, 0.
Cleveland. 3; St. Louis. 2.
Chicago. 7; St. Imis. 4 (first game).
Chicago. 2; St. Louis, o (five in
Cincinnati. 4; Pittsburg. 1.
Milwaukee. 6; St. Paul. 1.
Milwaukee, 5; St. Paul, 1.
Minneapolis. 7: Kansas City. 5.
Iouisvillei 4; Columbus, 3.
Wheeling, 5; Fort Wayne, 1.
South Bend, 5; Terre Haute, 2 (fiiit
Herre Haute, 4; South Bend. 3 (sec
Dayton, ; Springfield, 2.
Sioux City, 9; Omaha, 2.
St. Joseph, 6; Des Moines. 3.
SHALL DOSES OF DOPE
Two games with Davenpoit tumor
row on the diamond across the river
The first will be called at lo a. in.. a:u'
the afternoon game at 2.
Rock Island is opening the Daven
port series this afternoon on the River
sides' diamond. Wednesday Is an oft
day and Thursday Rock Island goe on
a trip to Peoria and Bloomington.
Mike Peer, an infielder who formerly
played with the Salt I-ake City team in
the defunct Pacific Coast league, ha?
joined Davenport and will Ik? kept a?
utility man. He played with Capt.
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Should have the best of everything. We have the largest and herd line
of solid gedd pins, buttons, chains and fobs in the tricities. Large as
sortment of beautiful designs, studded with diamonds and rulies, in
Jeweler and Optician.
Webster on the St. Joseph team for a
time last year.
Third Baseman DoArmnnd has been
released by 'i'eiie Haute. lie has been
iround some in the last year.
(in gory, a pitch r who has been
vith the .Minneapolis American associ
ation team, has been signed by Peoria.
Catcher Weaver has been exchanged
iy the St. lniis American league team
o Indianapolis for Catcher Both, of
bat club. Both are former Three-Eye
eagije nu n.
A still more le;nitiful bunching in
"he Three-Eye lesulted from S.itur
lay's and y slei ilay's games. There
tre but 11; point:-. let ,.vi--n the leaders
ind the taii ml. rs. Dubuque and
;loniiiigioii are lir-d for lop, and Pc
r.a, although winning two out of
lire-, are now fighting it ow" for the
t.;ttom in a tie with Cedar Rapids. One
:ame may put ither cf the first divi--;oii
team?' at the bead of the percent -ige
The Rock Inland Indeiendent were
defeated by the Musr-atiti'; independ
ents yesurday in a game In the neigh
M.ring city, the score being 2 to 1. TI.e
Opposite Harper House.
Rock Island team took tie- first game
of the season with this aggregation.
Advertised List No. 27.
Following Is the, list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the Rim k Island
pohtoflice for week ( tilling July I. r.tu.". :
C. S. Balsh E. W. Biilick. E. W. Book
out ; Mark Colvin; Miss Margaret A.
Eiickson. Mrs. Ed Florence. Owen
Gierhart, W. II. Giiduni. E. J. Hani;.
.Miss Ltikt B. Jackson. Grant Jordan,
Billie Lee, Kid Lee, John Lowns, Mrs.
Bess Mave. (Jl n Mcintosh. Mrs. Mary
Nickolson. J. M. O'Yara. Mrs. Minnie
Sf hneider, I'. Simpson. J. SpauMing,
John Spanlding (21, Mrs. Irving Tay
lor, J. W. Wa kcr. Jimmie alker. Mrs.
Franklin Tint Wemiie. Jo-eph N. Wiu-t-low,
Oiney E. Wood. Foreign John
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