Newspaper Page Text
THE AUGUS. TUESDAY. JULY 25, 1005.
We Have All the
Colgate's Violet and Cashmere
Hudnut's Extreme Violet.
Johnson &. Johnson's Baby
Le Maire's Wood Violet.
H. O. ROLFS.
Both 'phones Old west 71,
A new Line
Harper Hou Block, Rack Islaad.
By ordering your Ice Cream,
Ices and Fancy Cakes here
and get the best made.
Weddings, Receptions, Pic
nics. Excursions and Families
supplied with any quantity.
Somewhere on earth you may
equal our Ice Cream and Ices
for quality and flavor, but not
In this city.
PURITV." Our Motto.
1716 Second Avenue.
FRANK A. FREDERICKS.
Schrslnsr Shop, 1121 Fourth
Jkblaar promptly . WU
4ow mm Krffi door a aarlaJ.
ty. MiUfarlUa nlrf4.
Mrarr, a IS Klrrrala mtvt. OK
a mrmt 34.
F. W. ohlw ib r j. K. Ohlweiler
Builders of All Kinds of
Granitoid Brick and Tile Side
walks Cement Work of All
Kinds. All Work Guaranteed
Office 'phone 129". Residence 1320.
Sixth Arenue, Rock Island, III. Old
SIMPLY STOLE IT
That is What the Islanders Oid in
Came With Bunnies
TOOK BASES ENOUGH TO WIN
Was Slow Grime With Little Excite
ment Berte Gets Too Noisy
and Is Retired Score 6 to 3.
Cedar Kaii!s at Rock Island.
Davenport at Dubuque.
Peoria at Springfield.
Decatur at Bloomington.
The Islanders literally stole the
game from the Rabbits yesterday by
a score of to But that is not in
tended in the sense that Davenport
means it when they say that Rock Isl
and or the umpire steal a game. They
mean over there that any umpire who
officiates in a Rock Island-Da venjiort
game where the Islanders win, should
be picked up like a common
vag. loaded into a patrol
waRtm and taken before Magistrate
Finger, or. jterhaps, in his ab
sence before Mayor MeGrcevy. But in
dealing with Cedar Rapids the Island
ers simply stole enough bases to win
the game. There were seven of them,
and in two cases the runner stole
home. Hank Walters stole both third
and home in one run around the cir
cuit. Painful Duly.
The Rock Inland fans were almost
as glad as- anybody to see P.elden Hill's
!unch removed from the bottom of the
percentage column, but somehow the
schedule wa framed up so that the
Islanders are compelled to take a wal
lop at the Rabbits themselves once in
a while, unpleasant as it may be.
Wax Mow Oininc.
It was a slow game without much ex
citement. Pa Hill lias a cabby hunch
and they tried to make things interest
ing one way if not in another, but Ber
te pot t personal in bis free en
'ertaininent in the last half of the
ighth inning, and something that did
nit sound exactly right to I'nipire
Weston's tars caused him to be re
moved from the game. Bcldcu finish
ed the game at third and Spencer
went over to Beite's plate as short
Mnrt In Ihr I'uurlh.
The counting was not started until
the fourth inning, when the Islanders
gathered in three. A single by Hen
line began the trouble, and he was ;il
lowed to go to second on a bad throw
of linger to Cameron at first, Sweeney
drew a pass, but was caught at sec
ond on one from Lister to Berte. Hen-
line going to third. Lister stole second
and Walters passed. A single by Van
dine scored Henlino and Lister. Wal
ters then stole third. Vandine started
to steal second and Derham threw the
ball down, and before he could touch
Vandine, Berte threw it back to catch
Walters, who was then Hearing the
plate. Both landed safely.
Tnu la tbr S-rotli.
After McConnell flied out to llimes
in t he seventh, Wilson made one good
for two bases. He advanced to third on
a single by Wanner and scored on an
other by Carlisle. Wanner went to
third and stole home. The last score
was added in the eighth when Lister
drew a pass. Walters sacrificed and
Lister went to third on the play to
catch Vandine, who also had sacrificed,
scoring on an error of Derham in
dropping the ball at the plate.
Hnhblta .rt Two.
The Rabbits made two in the fifth,
Himes starting out with a single. He
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW
Watch Tower Park
Living pictures, boar hunt, in
cendiary, escaped lunatic, magic
fan. pumpkin eaters, photograph
ic contortion, a catch of hard
hell crabs, and a fine lot of
coynics, all the week. Go out
and order your dinner in ad
vance, it wi'l be ready when you
H. E. Krell,
Both 'phones. Manager.
Shoes Mad to
Soles and beels.
Soles and beele.
We make a spe
cialty of ahoc
Open from 6 a.
m. to 8 p. m.
1608 2d Ave.
was shoved up a notch on a base oc
balls to Ball and stole third. Berte
fiied out to Carlisle and the ball was
thrown to first to catch Ball off fron.
the base, which would have retired the
side, but Lister, who had lost the count
of outs and was backing up home, was
not there, and Himes scored. Ball
went to second and scored on a singk
by Derham. In the ninth. Cedar Rap
ids added one through a base on balls
to Davis and Ilines two-bagger.
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. H. PO.A. E.
v anner, 2b 4
Carlisle, cf 4
Henline, If 3
Sweeney, ss 3
Lister, lb 3
Walters, rf 3
Vandine. Sb 4
McConnell, c 4
Wilson, p 4
0 1 S 0 (.
113 0 0
0 0 0 0 1
2 0 7 0 2
110 0 0
0 10 2 0
0 10 0 0
1 2 0 0 0
6 8 27 3 3
CEDAR RAPIDS. AB. R. H. PO.A. E.
uavis. ir 3 1
Spencer, 2b ss 5j 0
Himes. cf 5 1
Cameron, lb 4
Ball. 2b 4
Berry, rf 5
Dtrhdiu, c 1
Berte. ss 4
0 0 2
Totals 37 3 S 24 8 3
Score by innings:
Rock Island n- 0 3 0 0 2 1 r.
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 13
Bases on balls Off Wilson, 4; off
Ruger. 1. Two base hits Berry. Wil
son. Himes. Struck out Bv Wilson.
by Ruger, 4. Passed ball Derham.
it by pitcher Davis. Henline. Stol-
n bases Wanner. Henline. Lister.
Walters. 2; Vandine, McConnell. Sac-
nce hits Wanner, Walters. Vandine.
rime 1 : 45. Umpire Weston.
Carlisle made eight nut-outs again
yesterday, more than any other man on
tie team. Lister being next witn seven.
The game was a peculiar one as far
as iielding was concerned, there not
Deir.g an assist in the Islanders' orl.
witn until the sixth inning, and the to
tal was onlv three.
Spencer and Carlisle both did some
hard work on the field. Spencer pick-
d one off from the inside fence near
third base and Carlisle, by a long run
forward, cut off a hit.
Pa Hill had to get in before it wa.
v r, anyhow.
I'roria. 3j Sprlimflrlil, 0.
Springfield. Ill . July 2.1. Inability to
hit Hast man h 11 the local to a shut
our. Brittsen was hi; hard. Egau's
home run was the feature. Score;
Lippert, rf n
Gruebner, cf n
Jacobs, :ib o
Wright, lb it
II. P. A.E
1 11 i) 11
Brittst n. p
Kennedy, p ....
Graham. 2b 1
3 0 0
2 0 (1
11 11 11
2 n 1
1; 2 0
0 3 ti
Kilpatrick, rf o
Eastman, p 0 0
To a Is 3 6 27 13 3
Score by innings:
Springfield II H 0 11 11 11 n 0 00
Peoria 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Two base hit Rlggs. Three base
hit Novacek. Home run Egan. Bas
es on balls Off Brittsen. 1; off Kenne
dy. 1; off Eastman. 3. Struck out By
Brittsen, 4: by Kennedy. 2; by East
man. . Time1 1:45. Umpire Milan.
Herat nr. lit llliulaKn, 3.
Bloomington. 111.. July 25. A comedy
of errors in the eighth inning gave the
visitors five runs and t.he game. Bark
er pitched well, but his support was
disheartening. Edwards was hit hard.
R. II. P. A.
il it 4 ii
0 2 0 2
11 ii 1 (i
12 3 4
0 2 13 0
ft 1 2 5
ft 1 3 ii
1 2 ft 2
3 11 27 13
R. H. P. A.
0 o 3 ti
3 2 11
ft 1 0 o
1 1 f, i'
10 2 0
1 2 rt 3
2 S 3
11 2 0 3
9 9 27 10
'odwin. cf i ii 4 n 1
Sass. rf 1 1 1 n n
Herbert. 3b o 2 n 2 1
Smith, lb 0 2 13 0 1
-nyder. ss 0 1 2 a (
Gardner, c '. 0 1 3 u 1
Barker, n 1 2 u 2
Totals . .
Kuhn. lb 1
.Score by innings:
BloomingTon 1 0 0 0 0 ft 1 1 03
Decatur 0 001 0025 19
Two base hits Sa.s. Iewee. Three
base hit Iewee. Struck out By
Barker. 2: by Edward. 7. Bases on
halls Off Barker. 4; off Edwards. 2.
Time 1:45. Umpire Cuack.
I laves port. i D . nr. X
Dubuque. Iowa. July 25. Dubuque
lid not hit when hits were needed, and
lost a slow game. Berg s playing was
a feature. Score:
DUBUQUE. R H- P- A. E.
Davidson, If 0 1 3 0 0
ON SPECIAL TRAIN
Rock Island, Moline and Gales
burg Veterans Will Co
TO THE G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT
Big Attendance from Here Assured
Joint Committee on Arrange
The committees of John Buford Pos:
)t Rock Island, Graham Post, Moline,
and Shields Post, of Galesburg, have
irranged with the C, B. & Q. railway
o run a second headquarters train to
Denver for the puriose of attending
the national encampment of the Granc
Army of the Republic to be held Sept.
This train will be in charge of Senior
Vice Commander E. II. Buck, of the
department of Illinois, G. A. R., who
is a Rock Island man. The train will
leave Rock Island Monday morning.
Sept. 4 at S a. in., from the Twentieth
street depot, Moline at 8:15 and Gales
burg at 1 a. m., and will arrive at
Denver Tuesday morning, Sept. 5 at
10:30 a. m. The fare for the 1011110
trip will be $10.70 from Rock Island
md Moline. All comrades and friends
are invited by the members of the com
mittee to take this train.
The membeis of the committee on
arrangements from Buford post are
George E. Bailey, Ezra W ileher, Wil
liam McConochie and W. II. Carpenter.
From Graham post, of Moline, tlu
members are I. P. Wilon. E. E. Wheei
ck. and T. I). Wheelock. Any of these
members are qualified to explain de
tails. Iriiii-H iowl Service.
The company promises the best oi
service and indications are that the
veterans and their families going from
.'he thn cities mentioned anil the siu
rounding territory will fill the train.
A feature will bo the presence of the
marsha'il band of Graham post, of Mo
lino. A. M. Hubbard, who plays the
fife in this venerable organization, is
ver four score years.
R agan. of
Hiitz. ::i ..
S';rU .i f . .
2 ft 27 15 1 1
11. II. P. A. E.
i i ; 4 o
1 1 2 ft 1
ii 2 10 ii o
1 1 ft 1 o
12 14 1
n 1 1 0 0
ii 2 3 ft ft
1 2 4 2 ft
1 1 ft 2 ft
. C 13 27 13 2
Lawrence, cf .
Crockett, lb .
Webster. 2b .
Swalm. rf ...
Nieman. c ...
E. Hughes, p .
Score by innings:
Dubuque 1 ' " 0 1 -
Davenport 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 ft 311
Two base hits Hadley. Alperman.
Bases on ball Off Owens. 3; oil
Hughes. 4. Struck out By Owens. 4;
by Hughes, 3. l'mpire Lynch. Time
BREEZES FROM FANS
There will be four games in (his se
ries with Cedar Rapids, a postponed
game being played Thursday, which is
an off day.
Davenport has already sent old man
Lawrence out into the col 1 world and
signed Nicol, the former Rockford and
Bloomington is crippled seriously
with Donovan out of the game with a
broken finger. Turner is doing the
Daveniort has released Ives and
Peer. Ives has b en in Mr health all
season. Ives goes to Clinton ami Peer
to the Iowa league.
Physical infirmities have put Belden
Hill out of the game and it is his in
tention to manage his team from the
h nch hereafter. While he appears on
the grounds in uniform it i to enable
J. M. BUFORD
The oid fire ar.d time eorr.pan
ies represented. Rates as low
as any eoropany can afford.
TXEYTASTE VERY y
iim to take the ceachinc lines and to
311 in in such emergencies as occurred
esterday when Berte was put out by
Manacer McConnell last evening re
leased three of the new pitchers. Pat
3aey. Charlie Jones and bydney tx-K-
stone. Frank LaKaff. who was loaned
to the Clinton Independents about six
weeks ago. was called In. and arrived
lere to join the team again this niorn
ng. Saev departed last evening for
nis home at St. Joseph, Mo., and Jones
left today for Peoria. Eckstone will
leave Thursday morning on the steam
er Sidney for St. Louis, and will take
the New Orleans packet line from there
to Greenville. Miss. He says he is go
ing back to the cotton traffic, which is
more profitable than baseball.
STANDING OF LEAGUES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
W. I Pet.
Dubuque 3S 20 .5f7
Springfield 37 30 .r.52
Rock Island 37 31 .544
Bloomington 37 33 .529
Davenport 37 33 .529
Decatur 30 35 .507
Cedar Rapids 27 43 .3S0
Peoria 25 40 .3S5
W. L. Pet.
Cleveland 52 29 .2
Chicago 18 31 .M8
Philadelphia 47 33 .58
Detroit 42 to .512
Boston 37 41 .474
New York 3U 41 .4 0s
St. Iuis 31 51 .37.S
Washington 25 53 .329
New York fit
" ncinnati 4i
-it. Louis 31
33 ."2 1
4 1 .529
57 .352 '
AM ERIC AN ASSOCI ATION.
ilnmbus 5S 33
Milwaukee 51 85
Minneapolis 53 37
W. Paul 11 15
i ouisville II 4X
Indianapolis 11 41.
Toledo 30 54
Kansas City 31 57
W. L. Pet.
Wheeling 52 31 .MI5
South Bend 51 3i! .5Si"
Grand Rapids 4S 3C, .571
Ev.insvillo IT. 40 .535
Dayton 4 1 42 .512
Springfield 3H 4S .429
Canton 3C 49 .424
Terre Haute 29 57 .337
W. L. Pet.
Des Moines 51 27 .1151
Denver 5ft 33 .C.02
Sioux City in 35 .533
Omaha 11 30 .532
Pueblo. . . . tM 27 51 .340
St. Joseph 25 52 .325
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Rock Island. C; Cedar Rapids. :
Peoria. 3: Springfield, ft.
Decatur. 9; Bloomington. 3.
Davenport, !; Dubuque. 2.
Chicago. 2; Philadelphia. 1.
Cleveland. 7: Washington, 1.
Boston. 7; Detroit, 1.
New York, 1ft; St. Louis. 5.
Chicago, 7; Philadelphia. .
New York. 4; Cincinnati. 3.
Brooklyn, S; St. Iuls, 7.
Boston. S; Pittsburg. 1.
Milwaukee, 2; Minneapolis, 1.
Columbus, 5; Indianapolis. 4.
Des Moines, 1; Omaha, ft.
Evansville. (; Dayton. 2.
Terre Haute. 3; Wheeling, 2.
Springfield, 5; South Bend, ft.
OPENS GRAND CIRCUIT RACES
Walter Direct Takes $5,000 Purse at
Detroit in 2:054.
Detroit, July 25. Wal'er Direcr.
driven hy Ed F. fit ers. yestr-rdjy aftt r
noon at the Gros'se Point track, won
the $5.oiiu Chamher of Comineree stake
for 2:24 pacers and lowered the record
for the stakt from 2:('i;', to 2.o5',4
The stake was the feature event of
the opening day of the Hlue Rihhoii
meeting which inaugurates the grand
circuit of Uio.-,.
Yellow Fever Causes Change.
Knoxville, Tenn.. July 25 Presidn'
Kavanauh rif the Southern lean'
says Knoxville may he admi'tf-d in tin
event of yellow fever in New Orleans,
making it necessary to tian.-fer the
Shreveport, La., team.
Curtis Signs With Highlanders.
Calumet. Mich , July 25 Fir.t Pa.c
man Curtis of the Pault Ste. Marl elub
has been sold to the New York Ameri
cans. The Duluth Northern leazif
ciuh signed Joseph MilUr, the crack
Iron Mountain pitcher.
A Smooth Article.
When you find It necessary to use
salve use DeWitt's Witch Hazel salve.
It Is the purest and best for sores,
bums, boils, eczema, blind, blodinc
itching or protruding piles. Get the
genuine DeWitt's Witch Hiiel Salve
tSoM by a!l druggists.
This is a grand final clearance of incom
plete lots which we do not wish to carry over.
To you they will prove Great Bargains.
S12.50, $15.50 and
$15.00 Suits NOW
Out of Date Plumbing is Unhealthy
ill ?p-';fi!n i.ih
il! r germ-
I I Vj, 11 - VL- r r u
III H.-T 'lr! Its -
namely "jtovdard" Bath3 8nd One-piece I jiv.itories. ur illustrated
booklet "Modern Home Piuiiibiiuj" !cnt free ni-on appliiatioti.
CIIANNON & iniFVA
City Council Chamber. Rock Island,
111., Julv 21. 1!io5. Tin city count :1
met in special session at S o'clock p.
m.. Mayor MeCaskrin presii:n and
all of th' alileiincii .m i, iii.
The eleik read tlx- following call f"r
the meeting: ,
Rock Island. 111.. Ju y 21. 1 !".-,.
To the C.ty CN-rk of the City of Kin k
Hear Sir: Will ou pl as call a
. peeiril ni' c"nr ef the il contiftl to
nip-t at the council rooms a' S o'cIih 1 .
for 'lie purposo df considering the re
pairing and alterations of the city
scales and weigh house sriuaoil on
Market square; alo consider at ihti
meeting I plans for building a wait
ing l-pot on Marl ef sfj'iar. .
GEORGE W. M 'CASK RIN,
JOHN P. SEXTON,
.1. R. imooKs.
A N. PR TT.
Aid. S.!o!i offereil a resolution an
thotizing tl.e rca.or to r.rse fund.-i for
eneiiny a waiting staC-.m on Market
square, ti-e i: i't l;ae th4- sfabs In-jxruwn Ffron again. Kodol Dyspepsia
lat-'d ther 'n . airl bear t! ' xirnse tf Cure affords rprck and jernianent r--fco
placing i he i' .t!-.v Adoted. liff from ind;ge:-tion and all Ktorua'-h
Aid. Hn'.ks ofi'-K-l a r solution tl.ar tr'Nil'l'-R. builds up the fiystem and to
the Fiipei ndf in of waterworks b" purine) jhat diieae can not atak
inHtrueted to lay a 'A.-.ter main t-n Four 'and gain a foothold an wh'ti In a weal;.
tecnth avnii-? frotu Korty-four.h
WILL BE THE HEADQUARTERS
"OR ALL KINDS OF SPORTING
GOODS. THE LARGEST AND MOST
COMPLETE LINE OF BASEBALL
GOODS IN THE WEST. THE LEAD
D. & M..
Am erica, n
If your plumbing 5s out
of date, the members of your
household are constantly ruling their
Pctcttivc pliiu bing penerates
bearing sewer ga.scs which pollute
thf atmrisnhrrs ami cannot hc!l" but tC
F ita t rr i r r fit rfrA i Mrin nC vniir
plumbing, correct defective piping snd
install the bct s.iniurv fixtures ma le.
to t!i- c.ty limits ber! the paving is
laid. R f'-rred to waterworks commit
tee, superintendent of waterworks and
rnaor. with power to act.
The council took a rece to look at
rough blue prill's of the southwest
l'.in e:i s sen i bl ' Il J.' , Aid. Wilson of
fered a resolution instructing the city
chirk to ask fur bids for the grading of
the sidewa'k on Seventeenth sinetan l
Twelfth aenue. Adopttd.
Aid. Krooks offered a resolution ttixt
lie fes allotted to the aldermen for
th!s hjiecial nieeMng be donated for th
waiting Maiion on Market square.
Aid. Et khati moved that th" resolu
tion be laid on t'.ie table. CairMd.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Trenk
enMhuh. II. C. SCIIAKFKlt.
Therp i no case of IndigeHtion, dys
pepsia or stomach, trouble that will
not yield to the digestive ami strength
ening influence of Kodol Dspeps;a
Cure. Thru remedy takes the strain
iff the stomach by digesting what you
eat. and allowing it in rtrt until it
reet uf d condition.
Sold by all druggist3.
Hair Yi;rr Ask yourg
: 1. 1 u . :. rin. - ; 1 1 K
ncii.wi'i auuui n. wiiv ji
say, "It restored co!or to my n
gray hair." Another, ' Checked
my fa'Hr? hair." Another, A
splendid circling." 1 ;::.V