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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1905.
We Have All the
Colgate's Violet and Cashmere
Hudnut's Extreme Violet.
Johnson 4. Johnson's Baby
Le Maire's Wood Violet.
II. O. ROLFS.
Both 'phonee Old wwt 71.
A new Line
Bar Hae Block. Rck lalaa.
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.
'PURITY' Our Motto.
1716 Second Avenue.
K W. Oblweiler J. K. Ohlweiler.
Builders of All Kinds of
Granitoid Brick and Tile Side
walks Cement Work of All
Kinds. All Work, Guaranteed
Office 'phone 1290. Residence 1320,
Sixth Avenue. Kock Island. 111. Old
f CONTRACTING AND
FRANK A. FREDERICK.
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Islanders Make Five Out of Six
Hits in One Inning and
HONORS EVENLY DIVIDED
Battle Between Lundin and Havilant
Springfield and Davenport
Rock Island. at Dubuque.
Cedar Rapids at Davenport.
Peoria at Bioomington.
Springfield at Decatur
DubuqHe, Iowa. July 29. Rock Isl
and defeated Dubuque in a desperate
diamond battle yesterday, honors being
as nearly evenly divided as It was pos
sible fur them to be and either team
score a victory. Lundin and Haviland
weie pitted against each other and
each allowed six hits. Each team con
tributed one error. Haviland struck
out seven int-n, while Lundin fanned
Dubuque bunched hits In the sixth
inning, driving in two runs. In the sev
enth Lister started business with a
three-bagger and Haviland lost his
nerve, allowing singles -in succession
by Walters. Vandine, Eng and Lundin,
netting thn-e runs and winning the
game. Only one other hit was made
by the Islanders off Haviland during
the game, and that wi
R. H. P. A. E.
0 0 5 6 (I
. o 0 1 o (
. it o 2 0 u
. 0 0 0 C 0
. 1 1 13 0 1
. 1 13 0 0
.12 0 1'
. 0. 1 3 o
. 3 G 27 15 1
R. H. P. A. E
. 0 0 1 0
.0 0 8 1 0
1 o 1 1 o
. O 1 14 0 ,
0 2 0 2 0
. 0 0 0 3 1
.0 0 0 4 0
. 2 tl 27 14 1
Hadley, t-:s 1
Hughes. 2b 0
Reitz. 3 b
Score by innings:
Rock Inland 0 0 0 0 0 O 3 0 ft 3
Dubuque .0 ( ft 0 0 2 0 0 0 2
Summary: Two-base hits Buelow,
Dividson. Vand:ne. Three-base hit
1-Jster. Hase on balls Off Lundin. 1.
Struck out Hy Haviland. 7; by Lun
din, 3. Time 1:35. Umnire Lvnch.
HlooniHicf K; Peoria, O-
Bioomington. 111., July " 29. Bioom
ington. poundel Klinkhammer hard.
bunching three home runs and two
singles in the seventh inning. Barker
was in form and the visitors could do
nothing with him. Score:
BLOOMINGTON. R. IL PO.A. E.
Godwin, cf 0 2 7 0 0
Sass. rf 0 0 l 0 0
Herbert, 3b 1 2 1 1 1
Conners. if 1 3 2 0 0
Wallers. 2b 0 0 2 5 0
Smith, lb 2 3 8 0 0
Snyder, s 2 2 2 2 1
Ott. c 1 2 4 1 0
Barker, p 1 0 0 1 0
Totals S 14 27 10 2
PEORIA. R. H. P. A. E.
Smith, ss o 0 2 0 2
(Jraham. 2b 0 1 3 2 1
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
ftheU crabs, and a ' fine lot of
comic, all the week. Go out
and order your dinner in ad
vance, it will be ready when you
H. E. Krell.
Both 'phones. Manager.
Eg&n, Cb 0 1 1 4 2
Iadcrbeck, cf .... 0 2 3 0 C
RIggy, If . ... 0 0" 3 0 0
Kennedy, lb 0 0 8 1 C
Gilpatrick, rf 0 1 2 0 0
Simon, c 0 1 1 1 d
Klinkhammer, p 0 0 l 4 1
Totals 0 6 24 12
Score by innings:
BlocrmfiJgton ". ryf "3 0 0 0 0 30 8
Peoria ...0000000 0 0 0
Two base hits Conners, Smith,
Three base hit Ott. Home runs Her
bert, Conners, Smith. Struck out By
Barker, 3; by Klinkhammer, 1. Time
1:40. Umpire Cusack.
dr Kapida. Kj la vraport, X
Davenport played a miserable game
in the field, and Cedar Rapids won eas
ily. R tiger could not be hit consecu
tively, except in the eighth and ninth
innings, while Cedar Rapids buochfed
hits oft Lelivelt. Score:
DAVENPORT. R. H. P. A. E.
Burg, ss 0 1 2 0
Lawrence, If 0 1 2 0
Crockett, lb --u 0 ly 0
Alpermanv 3b .) 'O 0 2
Ha r rod, 3b .
Swalm. rf .
0 2 1 0-
0 2 1 6
1 1 0 0
0 0 2 0
N'ieman. c 1 3 9 I
Lelivelt, p 0 0 0 1
Totals 2 10
CEDAR RAPIDS. R.
Davis. If 0
Spencer, 3b 0
Hlmes, cf l
Cameron, lb 0
Ball, 2b 2
Berry, c 2
Ruger, p 1
27 10 t
. P. A. E.
3 0 0
Score by innings:
Davenport 00000002 0 2
Cedar Rapids ...0000 4 2 1 1 0 S
Two base hits Davis, Ball. Himes,
Merry. Struck out By lelivelt, 8;
by Ruger. G. Bases on balls Oft Leli
velt. 1. Time 1:40. I'mpire Weston.
Urratur, St SariaKflrld, 2.
Decatur, 111.', July '29. By hitting
with men on bases Decatur won from
Springfield in a close game. Score:
Thornton, if 0
lewee, 2b 1
Swacina. cf 0
Kuhn. lb 1
Vurtell. 3b 1
Bryette, ss o
O'Connor, c 0
Shea, rf o
Hardy, p o
rnvfp nan f
Ended in the Death of Hugh Fitz
Simmons This Morning.
WAS MEMBER OF TRIO LODGE
Has Been in Poor Health for Some
Time Leaves Wife, Six Sons
The death of Hugh Fltzsimmons' oc
curred this morning at 7:40 at his
home, 1229 Fourteenth street, from
heart, disease and. dropsy. Mr. FHx
simmons had been in poor health for
some time, but became seriously ill
during the past month. The funeral
will take place at 2 o'clock Monday af
ternoon from the residence and will be
In charge of the Masons.
. 1 Surrlvla Family.
Mr. Fltzsimmons was born in county
Down, Ireland, in 1S53. His parents
moved to America immediately after
his birth, and soon after came to Rock
Island, which place be has since made
his home. " He was married in 1S73 to
Margaret Blocker, who survives, to
gether with six children, William,
Robert. Walter. Ida. Harry and Minnie,
all of whom are in this city. There are
two sisters. Mrs. Mary Richmond, ot
LaCrosse. Wis., and Mrs. E. Hanna.
and a brother, Will Fltzsimmons. ol
Montezuma, Iowa. His mother also
lives in Rock Island.
Member of Trio l.otltce.
Mr. Fitzsimmons was a member ol
Trio lodge. No. 57. of the Eastern Star,
of the local lode of the Mystic Work
ers of the World, and of Ixxlge No
C17, of the Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmen. Mr. Fitzsimmons was em
ployed just previous to his death as
electrician on Crescent bridge, ami be
fore taking up this work was a railway
Funeral , services for Mrs. C. W.
Reese will be held tomorrow afternoon.
There will be prayer at the home oi
the father of deceased. Henry Boatock,
1322 Fourth avenue, and the rema ns
will be viewed there. At 2:30 services
will be' held at Trinity Episcopal
church. Interment will be at Chippian
STANDING OF LEAGUES
tho Mad to
Soles aad heel.
Sole sad fceohc.
We make P
jUltr oi, elvae
Open from C a.
so. to 8 p. m
1608 2d Ave.
1 1 1
Donnelly, cf . . .
Jacobs. Lib ....
Ebilght, 2b ..
Ludwig, c ....
Oberlin. p .
8 2S 12 0
H. P. A. E.
2 8 24 (J 1
0 0 0 0 0 3
1 0 0 0 1 02
Score by innings:
Decatur 0 2 1
Springfield 0 0 0
Two base hits Kuhn. Purtell, Le
wee, Ebright, Wright. Bases on balls
Off Hardy. 3; off Oberlin. 2. Struck
out By Hardy. 5; by Oberlin. 4. Time
1:40. Umpire Milan.
ARE ON THE FIELD TODAY
Shadysides and Sunnysldes Playing at
Island City Park.
The Shadysides and the Sunnysides,
of Second avenue, are battling for su
premacy at Island City park this after
noon. The line-up indicates an error
less game. Following are players:
Shadysides Ed Slemon, lb; Wil
liam Deal. 2b; H. Holdorf. p; O. Oberg.
c; P. R. Hopkins, s: J. Normoyle. if;
L. O. Eddy, cf; John Sexton, rf; Tom
Sunnysides Burgess, p; Johnson, c;
Hampton, lb; Witter, 2b; Salzmanh,
3b; Popp. cf; WHlhtte, ss; Bennett,
rf; Johnson, If.
Boston Teams May Play aeries.
Boston, Mass., July 2V- For the first
time since the American league Invad
ed Boston It has been arranged to play
a series of either seven or nine games
between the two teams of this- city
this fall, providing that the America!
league club fails to land in first place
In Its race.
Murderer Was Here.
Frank H. Card, who shot a woman
at a St. Louis resort' Wednesday ""nlghf
and fired three bullets into his own
head in an unsuccessful attempt to
commit suicide, was in thh? city a- few
weeks ago selling a patent top. He
was a former railroad man and lost a
leg in the service. He had' no occupa
tion, but hung around race tracks, and
his forte lay In advising sports where
to stake their money. From thin he
earned the title "Dole" Card.
Chang the Place of Meeting.
Cincinnati. Ohio, July r3. Baa B.
Johnson, president of the American
league, came to Cincinnati unexpected
ly yesterday and stated that the place
of meeting of the national baseball
commission has been changed from
Chicago to Cincinnati. The meeting
will be held. Auv 1. aa "r,f:"?'?y arranged.
The east bound track of the main
line of the Burlington immediately east
of Twentieth street is betns relayed
with heavier rails. The new rail3 are
S5 pound rails; the old were CO pound. 4
Dubuque 3'J 31
Springfield 39 31
Rock Island 40 32
Davenport 3S 35
Decatur 3S 30
Cedar Rapids 29 45
Peoria 23 43
New York 37
St. Louis 31
New' York U
St. 'Louis 32
St. Paul 47
Kansas City 31
W. 1 Pet.
Wheeling 5G 35 .615
Grand Rapids 51 38 .573
South Bend 51 40 .500
Evansville 48 42 .533
Dayton 45 45 .500
Springfield 39 49 .442
Canton 39 51 .433
Terre Haute 31 CO .341
Des Moines 53
Sioux City 42
St. Joseph : 25
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Rock Island, 3; Dubuque, 2.
Cedar Rapida, 8; Davenport, 2.
Bioomington. 8; Peoria. 0.
Decatur. 3; Springfield. 2.
Boston. 7; Cleveland. 3.
No game scheduled.
Milwaukee, 8; Indianapolis. 3.
Pueblo, 9; Des Moines, 1.
Omaha, 13; St. Joseph, C.
Sioux City. 5; Denver, 3.
Wheeling, 1; Evansville, 0.
Terre Haute. S: Daytcn. ".
Grapdt Rapids, 11; Spriald, 3.
Canton-. 2; Sdutfr Bend. 1.
BREEZES FROM FANS
Dubuque is here Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday. Monday is an oft
Tlie Smokers go to Buffalo tomorrow
to play a game with an aggregation
Gardner, who was given a tryout by
Bioomington, has been released to Bos
The Rock Island Independents have
no game tomorrow, but will play with
Gilchrist next Sunday.
Ruby is expected to be discharged
from the hospital tomorrow and to be
in the game in about a week.
Jimmie Hoy, with Rock Island In
1901. has been released as outfielder by
Marshalltown in the Iowa league and
yesterday began work as an umpire in
Yesterday's results breaks the tie be
tween Davenport and Bioomington for
fourth place and puts Decatur in posl
'ion to argue with the former for head
of the second division.
The latest scheme to save the life
of the Illinois league is to take In two
more towns and make it a six-club
league. Moline and Monmouth are the
places most favorably looked iijkju for
Rock Island has one distinction, even
f the top is one big point away. We
'iav won one more game than any
other team in the league. The trouble
is, we have lost one more than Dubuque
and Springfield have.
Eckstone, the pitcher rectutly releas
ed by Rock Island, pitched his first
game for the Clinion Independents yes
.(niay against Mnquoketa at the latter
place. Maquoketa won 5 to 4 in 12 innings.
The single men of the head office of
the Modern Woodmen took another fall
nit of the married men on the base
ball field yesterday afternoon, the
score being 8 to 7. This is the second
defeat this year.
Rock Island has no postponed games
on the home grounds now. There are
eight altogether away from home,
three at Springfield, two at Blooming,
ton. two at Peoria and one at Cedar
Dt-atur l!i?rahi 'Second Baseman
Roxy Walters now sports a handsome
signtt ring which was presented to
him during the last game with Decatur
by President Charles Miller. Roxy has
received a standing offer from Mr. Mil
ler of this ring whenever he batted
l.ooo in a game. He accomplished
this on Tuesday and the ring was be
stowed. Acting on the advice of his physi
cian. Manager Frank G. Selee of the
Chicago Nationals yesterday asked for
and was granted indefinite !eave of ab
sence from his duties with a view to
obtaining absolute rest and change of
climate and with the hope of resuming
the reins next spring. Manager Selee
has been, recovering slowly from a at
tack of appendicitis, expecting every
week to be able to resume his duties.
He did not recover bis strength as rap
idly as was desired, however, and re
luctantly yielded to advice, consenting
to take a vacation for the rest of the
Decatur Review Jack McConnell is
one manager who has concluded that
the old ones are good enough. He re
leased Pat Saey, Charley Jones and
Sidney Eckstone and took back Frank
Lakaff. Jones is the man secured from
Terre Haute in the trade for Kohley
Miller. Miller never showed up at the
Hut. Probably he would not last any
longer there than Jones did at Rock
Island, for Sussman is playing a good
game at second. Saey was another
Western league "star," coming from
St. Joe. Eckstone was a "star" from
the Kity league. Some how or other
these stars do get dimmed when they
hit up against the Three-I.
Rock Island haa secured a new out
fielder in the person of Frank Shaub.
who has been with Marshalltown iu
the Iowa league. A deal had been on
for some time to secure him. He Is
said to be a fast fielder, and a good hitter-
He will take the place of Htnline.
who will be allowed to go back to
Omaha, by which team he was loaned
to Rock Island. Owing to the uncer
tainty In the length of time, the latter
could be kept it was thought best to
get a permanent member of the team
in his place. Shaub and wife arrived
at noon and he will be in the game
Constant reports at Springfield that
Manager Donnelly is buying and sell
ing games has led him to come out in
a statement to the effect that be neve,
played a crooked game in his life. He
says: "It Is the first time In my life
as a base ball player that I was ever
accused of crooked work. To say that
I was mad is putting it lightly. I have
been doing- my best and every man on
the team has been doing his best to
win. Do you suppose I would be
spending money looking for pitchers it
I was not out for the pennant and ev
ery game I could get? I would have
won that game yesterday if I had ha1
:o use every pitcher I have. The rr.fi..
Attend Our Mid-Summer
S And $4.50 $12.50 and $15
Outing Trousers Suits.
Mixed Cheviot and
$5 and $5 50 WorUed Suits
Fine Worsted Trousers MAUKKD DOWN.
ULLEMEYER k STERLING
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..
D.m't Wa.it Until Your Credit is Gone.
Keep it good whi!e it is goodfor confidence once lost, is hard to re- 4
gain. If you have had a little hard luck and there are several bills you X
ought to pay, come to us and we will loan you the money and put J.
the matter in sudh shape that it will not inconvenience you to repay
us. We take a lien on your furniture, piano, horses, wagons, etc., for A
security, but they remain in your possession. No underhand nor
tricky methods in our way of doing business. All transactions very
confidential. Let us quote you rates and tell you how we do business.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell 4. Lynde Block, Room 38.
Office hour 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evening.
New. Telephone SOU.
J. ohone West 514.
on the team are very sore over the ac
cusations. The present race is Ihe
greatest and cloHest ever seen in a re
cognized baseball league. Kach club
its trying its level best. Kven at Ibis
late day It is pos&ible for any club in
the league to win the pennant.' Tht
charges made concern the Bioomington
series tnnre specifically. Now any
time bill Conners gives anybody any
thing you know i'. There is not a
squarer pla er in the business. He-does
not throw games. Clubo must win
from him on merited playing. The
same is true of every other club in the
Vague. The Intimation that any ot
the games in this league are fixed in
advance is an unmitigated lie and is an
insult to evtry member of the Spring
"Patrons of basebali would see a
much better game if liny did nut root
at all. Rooting oftentimes dx the
home team more damage, than good;
in fact, I do not believe It ever do.-s
the home team any goid."' Thla is the
opinion of Manager lionnelly, of th;
Springfield team. "Ot course," says
he, "the Uam understands and realize -4
that the rooting is meant in the riKht
spirit and is intended to help win the
pine, but if oii slop (n consider ou
will set; bow foolish it is to yell when
the opposing pileber is in the Imx for
the purpose of rattling its batters. Do
you not suppose- that the home batter
Is ratth-d us easily as the visiting bai
ler, and is there- any reason to Mip
Io.se that ilic opposing pitcher Is any
easier rattled by nn.se- than the Imtno
batter at the plate? Hut I be uit
feature of rooting concerns the basn
l miners and the eoacliers. I know of
many a run lost because the runner
could not understand or hear thecojtch
cr. The runner is frequently rattled
by the shouting from the grand stand
and be cannot lu ar what his coach Is
saving. When two or more men are
on basts the trouble Is that much Kn-at-er.
Hut rooting has been part of tbo
game for years. It is meant all right,
and the home team never kicks because
the grand stand is yellinc for it. Nev
ertheless. I believe that the home team
would play better ball If there was less
Licensed to Wed.
Carl Ferdinand Krickson . . Hock Inland
Mrs. Clara Wllheloiina Peterson
All the news all the time The Argus.
liair Vigor. You know
gray hair adds twenty years to
your looks! Then restore the
color; keep younc! Stop yourt
hair from falling out and make it
prow lonp ami hravv.