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THE TOUS SATURDAY. AUGUST 5, .1905.
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,
Commencing Aug. 1 and ending
Aug. '' this will hp a sale worth
attending nearly everything
will be cut and out deep. We
find our s'ock too large hud must
make rooni for the new fall
poods. All si raws up to $3.5o,
II on; and Panamas up to $1"
your noire J3.&0. all $1 .3". $1.75
and I- shirts. $1; all $1 and
$1.25 shirls 7o-; all f.Or. 7:,c
shirts, 3!-c; all our serge suits,
our lowest prire was $15, now,
your choice. $9; all fiOc susoend
ers. 3"c; all 50c hose, $35c: all
2,"c hose, 15c. Bargains on ev
erything. K. & V. goods except
ed. Come to Lloyd's clearing
sale and get bargains.
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ROCK ISLAND. Ill.
Bars' v Bnw Blx-k, Reek lalaaS.
By ordering your lee 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.
t Quick ihN
hoe Mads to
Boles sad keels,
Boles aid heele.
We make e spe
cialty of shoe
ah in tog 5c
Open from' a.
BL to 8 p. BL
1608 2d Ave.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time compan
ies represented. Rates as low
as any company can afford.
YOUR PATRONAGE IS
TOO HUGH LAW
Oelmar 8oy Holds Senators tc
Three Hits In Two
WINS THEM BOTH EAS!L
Eads Was Put in But Was Wild and
Was Taken Ovt In the First
Rock Island at Springfield.
Peoria at Davenport.
Dubuque at Decatur.
Bioomington. at Cedar Rapids.
Springfield, 111., Aug. 5. Lakaff was
too much for the Senators in yester
day's two games, they falling utterly to
get on to the Islander's curves. Eads
started to pitch for Rock Island, but
was very wild and allowed Lip-pert to
walk, and Jacobs got there on four
balls and Lippert took third on a wild
pitch, scoring on Wright's grounder.
Lakaff was then substituted for Eads
and pitched both games. Springfield
made but three hits off him in two
The plans heretofore made have
been changed. There will be two
games today and one Sunday. Score
of yesterday's first game:
ROCK ISLAND. R. H. P. A. E.
Wanner, 2b 2 1 2 4 0
Carlisle, cf 2 3 4 0 0
Schaub. If o 1 u 0 0
Sweeney, ss 1 1 l o 1
Lister, lb 1 l lu o 0
Walters, rf 2 2 5 0 .'
Vandine, 3b o 3 0 3 b
MeConnell, c 0 1 5 0 (
0 0 0
Lakaff, p 1 l o
Totals 9 14 27 9 1
R. H. P- A. E
lpperr. rr i o 2 0
Donnelly, rf 0 0 4 it c
Jacobs. 3b (I ft ft 1 '
Wright, lb 1 1 C 1 t
Novacek, If 0 ft 2 0 1
Scharnweber, ss ft 0 3 3 0
Ebright. 2b ft ft 3 2 1
Ludwig, c ft ft 7 2 0
Brittsen, p 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 2 1 27 121
Score by innings:
Rock Island 2 2 ft 0 ft 0 ft 2 3 9
Springfield 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 ft 2
Stolen bases Carlisle, Sweeney.
Two base hits Wanner, "''Walters, Van
dine. Double plays Morton to Ludwig
to Jacobs, Ludwig to Ebright to
Scharnweber, Wanner to Lister. Bases
on balls 0f Brinsen, 2; off Eads, 2;
off lakaff, 3. Struck out By Brittsen,
2; by Morton, 2; by Iakaff, 5. Passed
ball MeConnell. Wild pitch Eads.
Time 1:45. Umpires Milan and C11
sack. Score of second game:
SPRINGFIELD. R. H. P. A. E.
Lippert, rf ft ft 2 ft 0
Donnelly, cf ft 0 ft 0 0
Jacobs. 3b ft 12 3 ft
Wright, lb 0 ft 14 0 1
Novacek, If ft ft 0 0 0
Scharnweber. ss 0 1 2 11 ('
Ebright, 2b 0 ft 4 3 ft
Ludwig, c ft 3 4 ft
Weisenberger, p 0 ft 0 2 ft
Totals- ft 2 27 23 1
ROCK ISLAND R. II. P. A. E.
Wanner. 2b 0 ft 2 2 0
Carlisle, ef ft 1 1 0 0
Shaub. If ft 1 3 ft 0
Sweeney, ss 1 2 2 2 1
Lister, lb 0 0 10 0 0
Walters, rf 0 1 2 ft ft
Vandine. 3b . r 0 2 1 1 0
MeConnell. c ft 1 6 2 0
Lakaff. p 0 ft ft 2 ft
Totals 1 8 27 9 1
Score by innings:
Springfield ft 0 0 0 ft ft 0 0 00
Rock Island ft ft 0 ft 0 ft 0 ft 11
Two base hits MeConnell. Vandine.
Hit by pitcher Lister. Struck out
By Weisenberger, 1; by Lakaff. 7.
Tim1 1:1. Umpires Milan and Cu
sark. Attendance 1,000.
'Wid boy. Prank.
Tne farmer boy had' the best of sup
port for the full 17 innings yesterady.
f'ntar Hapldn, 3" Bloomleston, 2.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Aug. 5. The
home team bunched its hits on Selby
in the third and eighth Innings and
won. 3 to 2. The game was the best ot
the season. Score:
R. H. P. A.E
2 13 ft
1 2 2 ft '
ft 2 2 ft f
ft 18 0 0
ft 1 5 ft 0
O ft 4 2 0
ft 1 2 ft 0
0 1 5 0
The haphazard use of 'a remedy
will never discover its efficacy. Try
Bcccham's Pills morning and night,
and note the improvement in your
Sold Everywhere. Ia boxes Mc and 25c
Stauff er, p 0 0 0 4 1
Totals 3 8 27 11 1
8 LOOM I NGTON. , R. H. P. A. E
Henline, cf 1 1 0 0 (
3ass. rf 0 2 0 0 0
Herbert, Sb 0 0 0 1 t
Conners, If 0 0 2 1 (
Walters. 2b 0 1 1.5
Smith, lb u 0 9 0 l
Snyder, es 0 2 2 0 0
Donovan, c 0 110 1 0
Selby, p 1 1 0 1 C
Totals 2 8 24 3 I
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 3
Bioomington 0 0101000 02
Two base bit Henline. Struck out
By Selby. 9; by Stauff er, 2. Bases on
balls Off Selby, 2. Time 1:3ft. I'm
pires Gill and Barker.
P-ri, -4 1 tHrrraporl, 3.
DAVENPORT. R. H. P. A. E.
Burg, ss 0 0 3 3 0
Harrod, ss 0 0 0 1 0
Thompson, If 1 1 1 0 (
Crockett, lb 1 1 8 0 1
Alperman, 3b 1 0 3 3 0
Webster. 2b 0 1 3 i C
Swalm. rf .f..2..V 0 2 1 ft t
Nicol. cf 0 1 1 1 0
Nieman. c 0 1 7 1 0
Baker, p 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 3 7 27 11 1
PEORIA. R. H. P. A. E.
Gruebner, ss 1 1 3 4 1
Graham. 2b 1 2 2 3 0
Egan, 3b 0 1 0 2 0
Linderbeck, cf ft ft 1 0 C
Riggs, If ft 2 4 ft 0
Kennedy, rf : . . 0 1 2 ft t
Uhl, lb ft ft 12 ft 1
Smith, c 2 1 3 0
Klinkhammer, p ) 1 0 2 8
Totals J 9 27 11 2
Score by innings:
Davenport 0 II 0 1 n 0 0 2 ft 3
Peoria 0 0100120 04
Two base hit Egan. Bases on balls
Off Baker, 2; off Klinknammer. 2.
Struck out By Baker. 7; by Klink
hammer, 3. Time 1:30. Umpire
Dnbaqar, 12; Decatur, 2.
Decatur, 111., Aug. 5. Dubuque gave
Edwards an awful drubbing, getting
1G hits for a total of 27 bases. Score:
DECATUR. R. II. P. A. E.
Thornton. If 1 0 3 0 1
Lewee, 2b 1 2 0 5 0
McFarland, rf 0 0 1 1 ft
Swacina. cf ft 2 1 ft 0
Kuhn. lb ft 1 11 ft
Purtell, 3b ft 0 2 L 0
Bryette. ss 0 2 2 5 2
O'Connor, c ft 0 4 0 0
Edwards, p 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 2 7 27 11 3
DUBUQUE. R. II. P. A. E
Thiery, c 1 0 5 0 0
Hadley. ss 2 3 ft 2 ft
Davidson. If 1 1 1 0 0
Buelow, lb 1 2 14 0 0
Reagan, cf 2 3 3 1 ft
Hughes, 2b 1 1 1 4 0
Reitz, 3b 1 1 2 1 1
Stark, rf 2 3 1 0 ft
Swalm, p 1 2 ft 5 1
Totals 12 16 27 13 2
Score by innings: "
Decatur 2000 ft 000 0 2
Dubuque .0 2 0 1 0 0 5 4 012
Three base hits Stark. Davidson.
Reagan, Hadley. Two base hits Rea
gan, Starks. Hadley. Bases on balls
Off "Ed wards, 1; off Swalm. 2. Struck
out By Edwards. 2; by Swalm. C.
Time l:5ft. Umpire Craig.
BREEZES FROM FANS
Bouquets for Thornton.
The Springfield News says: "When
Thornton appeared he was showered
with hisses and cat calls. 'Rowdy Ross'
and 'Dirty Ross' were hurled-at him so
often that it finally became wearisome.
Sale of Gruebner.
Bioomington Pantagraph: The secret
of the trade of Louis ' Gruebner for
"Red" Morton of the Peoria team is ex
plained. The Springfield management
has not released Gruebner nor has it
signed Morton. Th trade was made
in response to a Macedonian cry for
help from Peoria. The fact of the mat
ter Is that the team was on Its last legs
and the league officers were very much
worried over the situation. The team
had to have players or it would have
to quit the' fieldi' President Holland
was appealed to and he in turn ap
pealed to the clubs of the league. Don
nelly was told of the condition of af
fairs and he was implored to help out.
A request was made for Gruebner and
Donnelly considered the matter and
replied that he would let Gruebner go
fo Peoria if Peoria would let Morton
come to Springfield. The trade was
therefore made on this basis.
Donnelly to Move?
This will be Manager Donnelly's last
season in Springfield, some of the dope
artists say. He has told his friends,
it is reported, that he has been there
long enough and that his experience
in baseball has been that a player
should move on after a certain length
of time. It is said that he will go 'to
Peoria in the same capacity. Ebright
is mentioned as Donnelly's successor,
but he declares that this is his last
year as a baseball player. Donnelly,
in speaking about this matter. Is re
ported to have said the talk was idle;
that he hadn't made any arrangements
for next vear arid might not be in the
game at all. But he did not deny that
Peoria magnates had asked if ne "as
free for next season.
Gives Up Extension Idea.
The Bioomington "Bulletin announ.i
TO - MEET MONDAY
Cross Bar Question That Has
Caused Closing of Cable
Mines to be Discussed
AT MEETING IN CHICAGO
Contention First Arose During Winter
and Was Dropped on Promise
The mine cross bar question will be
brought up Monday in Chicago, when
he executive board of the Mine Opera
tors' association will meet, and later
hold a joint meeting with the executive
hoard of the state miners' union. The
Cable mines of the Coal Valley Mining
xtmpany remain closed, but no trouble
has resulted from the shut-down.
The trouble originated at the Sher
rard mines, when the company refused
o pay for placing cross bars after giv
ing notice to that effect to tho men.
When the cross bars were placed by
the men. and they were not paid for
their work. 32 cents each being the
price claimed, the men held a meeting.
and notified the men at the Cable mine
not to place cross bars unless they
were assured of pay for the work. A
short time later it was necessary to
place cross bars in the Cable mine.
The miner assigned to the work refus
ed unless he was assured pay for the
work. The shut-down resulted, as the
company took a positive stand, and had
notified the men that they would not be
paid for placing the cross bars. The
men at tho Sherrard mine are still ai
work, the question not having been
brought to an issue there.
Company Servrn No tier.
The operators last winter agreed to
pay for the cross bars until the matter
was arbitrated. After paying for the
work for five months the company serv
ed notice that they would not pay the
men after March 1. No cross bars were
placed until last month, and when th
men did not receive the pay they af
once took action which resulted in dot
ing the Cable mines.
The executive boards of the two or
ganizations are to be in session in Chi
cago Monday, and after the session ot
the operators a joint session of the
two boards will be held. Superintend
ent Robert Lee. of the Coal Valley Min
ing company, will be in attendance at
the operators' session. The cross bar
question is one of little importance
from a financial standpoint, the com
pany having paid the 2ft men only a
little over $13 in five months. The men
base their claims on a clause of llie
Eighth district agreement, which they
hold off .sots the clause relating to the
question in the state agreement.
CHANGE PLAN FOR
Springfield, 111., Aug. 5. Editor Ar
gus: The arrangement for double
headers has been changed. We will
play two games today and one tomor
row. JACK M CONNELL.
ces: "After much discussion pro and
con by the baseball association form
ing the Three Eye league it has been
found that the vote of the clubs, as
taken by mail, Etands four for the ex
tension of the schedule and four
against. Under these circumstances.
President Holland could vote either
one way or the other, but he will not
do so. The extension idea will be
given tip. as four of the clubs would
think fhat they were Imposed upon if
they had to keep on playing after the
regular time had expired. This city
was one of the clubs which wished to
extend the schedule about two weeks
in order that more games might be
Peoria Gets Another.
Peoria has closed a deal with Pitts
burg for Pitcher Roach and he will
report in about a week.
We're Not Worrying.
Davenport's claim to Shaub. the out
fielder, is based on the allegation that
he accepted the terms of that city
before he came here. The fact is that
Rock Island was negotiating for him
a month ago, and he did not accept
Hayes' terms. The local management
is- perfectly satisfied to submit the evi
dence to the proper baseball authorl
Early Reports Misleading.
According to early bulletins of yes
terday's first game Eads did things to
Springfield, the Springfield correspond
ent failing to mention Lakaff in con
nection with the contest. Later reports
show that the farmer boy was the
whole thing in both games.
Lands Southern Man.
Peoria has signed James Cahill. an
nfielder late with Chattanooga.
Move Up Schedule.
Arrangements have been made with
the Decatur management to move the
schedule forward one day when Rock
Island p'.ays there next week. No
game will be played Monday and there
will be contests Tuesday. Wednesday
and Thursday. That Ul leave an
open date on which to come home.
Burke Resigns as Manager.
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 5 Manager
Captain Burke, of the Cardinals, yes
terday made the following statement"
"I have handed in my resignation a3
manager-captain of the Cardinals to
Stanley Robison. Mr. Robisou asked
me not to announce it. as he wanted to
draw up for me a formal letter of res
Ignation, In words of his own choosing.
I believe 'Hank O'Day will succeed
"My action has been contemplated
for two weeks. I finally made up my
oilnd yesterday, when Mr. Robison an
nounced he had sent Warner out re
cruiting for players for 1906 without
consulting me. I have had the trouble
that bothered Pat Donovan and Char
ley Nichols too much interference
from the box office. I told Mr. Robison
I would be manager or nothing. The
title of manager of the Cardinals is a
figurative one. the real executive being
Again No Crowd.
Davenport is showing the quitting
spirit customary when the team is on
the slide over there. There were 14ft
admissions to yesterday's game.
The Davenport Democrat indulges in
the following caustic sallies:
"LOST A ball team. Was at Maquo
keta July 27. and last heard of at
Cedar Rapids. Now thought to be in
Davenport. Finder please notify
James T. Hayes. 309 Brady street
No questions asked. . -'While
Springfield and other Three-Eye league
clubs are now concluding arrangements
for a number of post-season games
with major league clubs, it is suggest
ed that the management should also
get busy and endeavor to bring the Mt.
Joy Red Stockings, the Montpelier Gi
ants, the Probstei Stars and other
clubs of equal high standing in the
baseball firmament to this city at the
close of the present season."
Jaeger Wants On.
Pitcher Charles Jaeger, who was
with Rockford last year and who was
sold to Detroit, fell to Indianapolis and
finally lost out there, is back traveling
the Three-Eye circuit looking for a job.
Assault Players at Toledo.
Toledo, Ohio. Aug. 5. While return
hig to the hotel after the game yester
day the St. Paul ball team was brutal
ly assaulted by a gang of ruffians. The
assault was one of the most uncalled
for imaginable, as there was not the
slightest trouble at the game and the
Saints were winners hands down.
"Ki Yi" League May Blow Up.
Paducah. Ky.. Aug. 5. A few hours
will tell the fate of the "Ki Yi" league.
Princeton has run out of funds, and
unless the fans come to the rescue the
club will drop out of the league tomor
row, which would necessitate disband
ment. Princeton has been shaky for
some time. It Is believed here that the
league will last no longer than Sunday.
STANDING OF LEAGUES
W. L. Pet.
Dubuque 44 32 .579
Rock Island 43 36 .544
Springfield 41 37 .526
Bioomington 42 38 .525
Decatur 42 39 .519
Davenport 3S 4ft .4S7
Cedar Rapids 34 45 ,43ft
Peoria 29 46 .3S7
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia 53 36 .56
Chicago 51 36 .rS6
Cleveland 53 39 .576
New York 13 41 .512
Boston 43 43 .r.ftft
Detroit 44 47 .484
Washington 34 55 .3S2
St. Louis 32 56 .3tl4
W. L. Pet.
New York 69 27 .719
Pittsburg 6ft 35 .632
Philadelphia 55 3S .531
Chicago 51 12 .563
Cincinnati Us 4S .500
St. Ixtuis 36 61 .371
Boston 31 66 .320
Brooklyn 2S 64 .34
W. L. Pet.
Columbus 67 35 .657
Milwaukee 61 4ft .64
Minneapolis 57 44 .564
Louisville 53 5ft .515
St. Paul 49 49 .500
Indianapolis 47 53 .470
Toledo ...34 62 .354
Kansas City .' 31 66 .320
W. L. Pet.
Wheeling 6ft 3S 612
Grand Rapids 53 12 .558
Evansville 51 4:: 557
South Bend 52 45 .536
Dayton 19 4 5"5
Springfield I 51 .463
Canton ' 56 11
Terre Haute 34 63 .351
W. L Pet.
Des Moines 55 32 .645
Denver 5" ?,U .5S5
Sioux City 47 3 .553
Omaha 47 40 .541
Pueblo 32 56 .364
St. Joseph 27 61 .307
Cedar Rapids. 3; Bloimiugton. 2.
Dubuque, 12; Decatur. 2.
Rock Island. 9; Springfield. 2 (first
Rock Island. 1; Sjtringfiell. 0 (second
Peoria, 4; Davenport, 3.
Chicago, 2; Boston. 1.
Pittsburg, 7; New York. 5.
Attend Our Mid-Summer
$4 and $4.50 512.50 and $15
Outing Trousers Stills.
Mixed Cheviot and
$5 and $5.50 VVoisted Suits
Fine Worsted Trousers ''MARKED DOWN.
Play Ball. Bennett
A man who called at our office last week said he had been
buying his groceries on t me' and bis bill last month for
a family of three, was $54.70. Was positive the bill was
much too large, but he couldn't prove it. We made him a
loan and he will pay cash after this. Don't you think you
could save money oy paying cash? The honest grocers
will like you better, and you needn't care about the other
kind. We will make you a private loan on your furniture,
piano, horses, wagons, etc., and leave the property in your
own possession. We'll be glad to quote you rates in dol
lars and cents, which is all you will be expected to pay.
The whole transaction can be arranged at your home.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell & Lynds Block, Room 3.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evenings. Tal
ohone West S14. New Telephone 6011.
4. .j. 1 2 .jj j j j
Washington. : Chica?f. 5.
New York. 7; Kt. Ioiit.-. 3.
Iktbton, 7; Cleveland, 5.
Detroit. 3; PliH -idelphia. 2 second
iAjmnllie. 5; M'luauVee. 4 2 in
Col'imbu;;. 3; Minneapolis, 2.
St. Paul. 11; Toledo. 6.
Terre Haute, 3; Grand Rapid.-.
Wh.'lin. 6: Springfield. 5.
Dayton. I : Canton. .
Evan?vii!e. 1"; South U-nd.
Ienver. 4; St. Joseph. 3.
Pueblo. 4 : Oniaha. 2.
Sionx City. . Des Moines. 1.
G'lbert Is High Gin.
Albert Lea. Minn , Ai's;. 5. The
three day Interstate "hooting tourna
mint cio.sed htre yesterday and hieh
scores tv r made. In the professional
class Fred Gilbert -aius nrrt plar; with
62 hits out of a possible 4Hi while
'Crosby is second with 161 birds broken
nut of 4S". In the amateur class . II.
Taylor, of Mekl;iie. S. !.. distanced all
WILL BE THE HEADQUARTERS
OR ALL KINDS OF SPORTINQ
GOODS. THE LARGEST AND MOST
COMPLETE LINE OP BASEBALL
GOODS IN THE WEST. THE LEAD
D. & M..
1- -I I I I I- -15 I I I- 't-I-I-I
competitor:; with l.'.l out of 4. whil
others were not far behind.
Breaks World's Record.
ORden. Utah, Auj;. &. W. E. Samuel
ben, of I'revn. Utah, broke the world's
bicycle rceord for two mtb-s at the
loral saucer ttark. Riding from scratch
in a two mile lap handicap race, ho
overed the distance in 3:4S 15. This
is four fifths of a second better than
the pi-iou.s it-eord.
Gardner Wins With Knockout.
Sari Pi .incisco. Cal . Auj. 5. Jimmy
Gardner ), nocked out Ruf Turner la
the 11th round of their light last nigbt
at the Col ma club. It a- a lively
scrap, with Gardner doing most of the
hading The biggest crowd In the his
tory of the Colma club saw the conflict.
Boys Play Ball.
The Twenty i'venth unet 2500'a de
fcate.i tho 2700 s ye-ittrdav 10 to J
Bat'eri s for the winners were Bragdon
and Salzruan.and for the lor.-rs Schuitz
Eczema, scald h'-ad, hives, itchiness
of the skin of anv wjrt instantly re
lieved, permanently cured. Ioan's
Oiutnv nt. At any druj; store.
Cherry I'cctoral. We
hclievc in doctors. They believe
tjinus. Wc give them the formula
of our Cherry I'cctoral. They
order if for mugh-., cV.!l hrryi-
chit is. t renr. t!ic Ct i"1- "f ..-.IrvV "