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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1005.
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ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
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for your bread, rolls, cream puffs,
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There is plenty to select from every
thing baked fresh daily; the bread and
rolls are white, light and wholesome.
Pie crust crisp, the fdling made from
the choicest of fruits.
Give our assortment a trial!
All made in a clean shop and of
1716 Second Avenue.
Shoes Mads to
Soles amd heels.
Soles ajtd heelc,
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el to 8 p. m.
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O ALL THE NEWS ALL THE O
O TIME THE AKGl's. O
AN EASY VICTORY
Senators Put Bunnfes
With a Score of
6 to 2.
HOME RUN BY MIKE JACOBS
CiJI Not Difficult for Springfield Only
One Game in Three-Eye League
IVoria at Rock Island.
Bloi.mingfon at Dubtiuue.
Davenport at Decatur.
Cedar Rapids at Springfield.
The Senators won from the Bunnies
ytrtr-rday in the only gain; in the
1 'm-f- Ky.- league, with a score of G to
2. Spsinefjeid punished Cil! v.-lth 11
bit?, one of tin -toe being a home run by
Jacobs. Only five hits wore made from
OU-rlin. who is credited with being in
great f.rm. and doing, excellent ali
lound work. The Senators are -row on
th:r home grounds. The .score:
SI'RIXt; FIELD. R. H. P. A. E.
Lippert. cf o 0 0
Kb. ns. ::i 2 1 0
Kcharn weher, ss . . . .
Totals C, 11 27 17 2
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. -H. P. A.I
Davis, If o ii 2 ft
Spencer, :! it M 0 ?.
Minus, cf ii ft 2 1
Hill, lb o ft 9 ft
Derham, rf 1 ft 0
Hall, 2b it 1 2 3
Merry, c u n ." 1
Berte. ss 2 1 4 1
Totals 2 f, 21 12 1
Score by innings:
Kpringlieid Z (i :: o ( J
C d:ir Rapids ...ft 1 ft ft 1 ' 2
Two ba;-e hits. Oberlin. Ball. Home
---.Iambs. Ha?.' fn balls Off Ober
lin. 4: off Gill. 2. Struck nut Uy Ober
lin. ; : by (1:11. ::. Time I : 1'mpire
BREEZES FROM FANS
Oh, Cheer Up Brother, Forget It.
Silence to the knockers, Davenport lias
won a sanii', lint how soon will we
r t t another. - Even though Cap!.
Webster's team won yesterday, tiny
had to make their customary allotment
nf six errors. It is suggested that the
club bconv ricd into a foot ball team
if they can't play base bail.
Deputy Marshal Malt Lamb says the
policemen can beat the local league
nam. Well, that's the limit It
is estimated that at least a hundred
Davenport fans have been crossing the
river every day of late and witnessing
the games between Rock Island and
its opponents. They prefr"to patron
ize a winning team in Rock Island in
preference to a losing one in their
home town. While Rock Island ap
pears to be the strongest factor in the
race for the pennant, the Davenport
team appears to be helplessly lo.it in
the second division, with both Cedar
Rapids and Peoria in.-ist ing they will
linbh in the lirt division. That looks
like both of those c lubs have a well de
fined policy io place Davenport in the
last hole.--Davi uport Democrat.
For This Much, Much Thanks. The
Islanders arc t rtainiy game to the
cor- and des rving of winning the pen
nant. Not even the crippling of Wal
ters and Vandine, two of their best
players, disheartened them in the ieast
in tluir spl udid race for the pennant.
Thev are lighters from the time the
6 O'CLOCK DINNER
Watch Tower Park
Fine Moving Pictures Every
Every Tuesday, Thursday, Fri
day and Sunday.
H. E. Krell.
Both 'phones. Manager.
tm rv itc fcr Qpn M m Cut
game is called until the last man is out
in the ninth and that is the spirit that
wins many a seemingly lost game at
the start, but which is pulled out of the
fire by the fighting qualities and enthu
siasm of the players. Davenport Dem
That's the Talk, Peoria. lne actual
paid attendance yesterday was 753
showing that Peoria with a tail-end
team is leading the league in point of
patronage. President Meidroth has
wired. Dubuque in the endeavor to have
the three games scheduled for that city
early next week be transferred to
Peoria. The Dubuque team, although
leading the race nearly all season, ha?
drawn poorly at home. Visiting teams
have lost money each series until it is
getting to be an old story. Both man
agements could make money by trans
itrnng tne series to 1'eoria, in view
of the fact that under the schedule
Peoria plays Dubuque at Dubuque and
then both teams come to Peoria for an
other series. Peoria Star.
Intereet in the Game Growing.;
i here is more inter: st in the game
right now than there has been at any
time this season with the present feel
ing a prolonged. season would not be a
bad thing. There would be plenty of
fans to go out and see them play for
two months yet. Bloomington Bulk
The Dubuque Flunk. lne present
trip has been a disastrous one. finan
cially to the local management. Man
age r Donnelly left town with Jlftft for
extra e.rpenses. and net only this but
more was spent in getting the team
around. Dubuque, the league leaders
up to Wednesday, turned tut the poor
est crowds of any city in the circuit.
The attendance there is something to
make all managers sit up and think.
Just why the team does not draw bet
ter is not known, and it may forecast
the moving of the club to some other
city next season. Davenport is doing
little better, and neither of these places
ever send out the attendance figures.
No Transfer for Diavenport. Manag
r I laves of Iavenport stated that no
games will be transferred from Daven
port to Decatur. It has simply been
decided to play two games at Decatur
Sunday instead of playing one yester
day, the races at Decatur making a
change necessary. There is a post
poned game between the two teams
and this will be played at Dcatur next
Thursday af:er Davenport get through
with Springlield. returning and taking
advantage of the open date.
Isn't It Awful? A look at the Du
buque papers would lead one to beiieve
that they had nothing up there but an
ordinary vacant-lot team so far as any
display of enthusiasm regarding the
present standing of that club is con
cerned.- Games, win or lose, are writ
ten up in a matter of fact way and with
an air of I don't -ea re-whe-t her-we-win-t
he-pennant-or-not. As individuals, the
players on the team get scarcely a
word of encouragement. It is certainly
a verystrange state of affairs and how
Huiiky Mines, or any other man. can
keep a winning team in the field with
such indifferent support, is more than
we can figure out. If the papers of
Decatur would report the ball games
wiih the same show of indifference,
this town would be a dead one in base
ball circles., and it goes to show why
Dubuque is a small fry in the way of
turning out paying crowds. Decatur
Manager Stah Suspended. Manager
Siahl ,,f the Washington American
league club has received notice of his
suspension fur three days by President
Johnson of the American league. The
action on the part of President Johnson
was taken as a result of an attack on
Cmpire Connolly at the close of a game
between Cleveland and Washington at
Washington several days ago.
Attend Benefit Game. Everyone who
can should attend the benefit game
Wednesday, which is to be played for
Hank Walters and Dow Vandine. both
of whom suffered injuries while in the
game. The Smokers and the Islanders
will exchange a man or two and give
and exhibition and the Islanders also
play the Bloomers on that day. Both of
the games may be witnessed at the
one price of admission.
Meek to Boone. Meek, who had
be n having troubles rf his own at Wa-
terlMj, as manager of that ieam in the
Iowa league, has been traded to Boone
for Painter. O'Brien and $!). Meek
was benched iu Waterloo for insubor
STANDING OF LEAGUES
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Rock Island 51 39
Dubuque 4$ 4ft
Decatur 49 43
Bloom:ng:on 47 45
Springfield 4G 45
Da W port 44 4C
Cedar Rapids 42 5i
Pe-oria 33 53
Philadelphia CM 3s
Chicago : 54 4ft
New York . . .'- 43
Boston 49 4G
Detroit 49 54
St. Louis 24
Pittsburg 9 40 .33
Philadelphia 6ft 47 .3G1
Chicago 61 4S .5Gft
Cincinnati 5S 51 .532
St. Louis 42 C9 .37
Boston 3G 75 .324
Brooklyn 33 74 .SftS
Columbus .75 40
Milwaukee 7ft 44
Minneapolis C2 49
Louisville Grt 55
St. Paul 52
. . 35 7G
W. L. Pet
Wheeling f;9 44 .611
Evansville G3 5d .55S
Grand Rapids O) f.it .545
South Bend Gl 52 ,54u
Davton 59 55 .5 IS
Springfield 53 5S .477
Canton 44 C7 .39
Teire Haute 40 73 .354
Des Moines 71
Sioux Citv 5G
St. Joseph so
THREE EYE LEAGUE.
Springfield. 6; Cedar Jiapids, 2.
New York. 5;. Chicago. 4.
Boston, 12 7; Cincinnati, ft s.
Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburg, 2.
Philadelphia. 9; St. Louis. 11.
Chicago. G; New York, o.
Detroit. 2; Boston, 1.
Cleveland, 0; Washington. 5.
St. Louis. :!; Philadelphia, :: 1G in
St. Paul, 4; Minneapedis. G.
Sioux City. 4; St. Joseph, ft.
Pueblo. 13; Omaha. 2.
Denver. 3; Des Moines, 5.
STOPS HOT FOUL
AND SAVES FATHER
Daughter of Aged "Fan Catches Ball-
in Grand Stand That Would Have
Struck Her Parent.
Philadelphia. Pa., Aug. 19. His
daughtt r's ability to catch a do: ball
saved aged Richard D. Haines from
receiving painful injuries at a ball
;ame. Haines is an enthusiastic "fan"
and attends ball games regularly, lie
always is accompanied by his daugh
ter. Mary Haines, J 7 years old. Tin-
two were sitting in the front row of
seats in the grand stand to tin- left of
the pitcher's box. The seat was not
protected by a wire netting. A swift
foul flew straight toward the seat oc
cupied by Mr. Haines.
The girl sprang from her seat. and.
stre tching forth both hands, caught the
ball. It stung greatly and brought
tears to her eyes, but she clung to it.
The hall would have struck her father
MANY BENEFIT TICKETS SOLD
Over 400 Have Been Taken for Wed
Over 4uft tickets have been sold for
the alters-Vandine benefit game and
the fans are ali responding liberally
to the fund which is to assist the in
jured playe rs who have incurred much
xpeiise as a result of their accidents
in the game. There will be two games
for one admission and a large amount
ought to be raised in this manner.
Newton Wins Golf Cup.
Chicago, Aug. 19. Frank C. Newton,
of Seattle, won tin- I'xmoor golf chain
pionship cup by defeating C. F. Cling-
man, Jr., of Homewood, 1 up.
Take Kodol After Eating.
After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will prevent and at
tack of Indigestion. Kodol is a thor
ough digestant and a guaranteed cure
for indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gas on the
stomach. Weak Heart, Sour Risings,
Bad Breath and all stomach troubles.
ISLAND CITY PARK
Game called at 3:45
(SUNDAY, 3 O'CLOCK.)
TEAM WINS S200
First Prize Taken in Competi
tive Drill at Mus
catine. THREE ENTER THE CONTEST
Rock Island, Muscatine and Monmouth
Take Part Receive High Mark
ing By Judges.
Capt. Flynn and his crack M. W. A.
drill team carried off deserved honors
at the southern Iowa M. W. A. picnic at
Muscatine yesterday, not only captur
ing the premier prize, but winning a
;iigh marking that in itselt ought to be
a source of great pride to any military
There were seven teams entered in
the competitive drill, and six reported,
and thiee of thee finally withdrew,
narrowing the contetl down te Itoek
Island, Muscatine, and Monmouth, and
prizes were awarded in the order nam
ed. The markings were: Rock Island.
fS.uS; Muscatine. 96.25; Monmouth,
The prize that came to the Rock Is
land team was $200, the team being
composed as follows: Flynn, (capt.).
Bleuer. Kecley. Reinhart. Corken. Bus
by, Hulspring, Holtzhammer, Mulcahy.
Grogan. Potter, Jenkins. Hanson. Fee.
Ohlweiler, Burns aud Muthmaker. In
addition the boys had with them O. L.
Hrune-r as mascot, aud they declare
:hat with Os to root and cheer for them
there was no such thing as lose.
A somewhat amusing incident k--eurrcd
when the boys, after they had
been delayed in securing their $2ut)
prize found that the boat had left on
the return trip for Rock Island without
htm. There was accordingly nothing
to do but take the train, and at that
'hey reached home some time in ad
vance of the boat and were lined up on
he levee to receive the other Rock
Inland excursionists when the boat
wung her gang plank to the shore.
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
Tiie Eclipse was down today and the
Eclipse, B. Hersney. Phil Sh rkel. went
River forecast: Slightly falling ten
dencies in the Mississippi will con
tinue from below Dubuque to Musca
Dang'r Hgt. Ch'ng
IJne Sa.m. 24 bi s.
Feet. Feet. I-Vet.
St. Paul 14 so :.2
Red' Wing 14 5.3 :U2
Reeds Landing. 12 1.9 :M
La Cise 12 5 5 n it
P. du Chien is 5.9 u.l
Dubuque IS G.6 ft.2
I.e Claire lft 4.2 0.2
Rock Island 15 5.5 u.l
Des Moines Rapids .. .. 3.3 u.l
Keokuk 15 5.9 u.l
St. Louis 3ft 12 5 ft. ft
Kansas City 21 11.7 :ft.G
J. M. SHERIER. Ixjcal Forecast, r.
ATTENDING ANNUAL MEETING
Officers of Woodmen and Neighbors Go
In attendance at the National Fra
ternal congress at Mackinac Island will
be Head Clerk C. W. Hawes, Head Con
sul A. R. Talbot, and the live directors.
who comiMise the executive council;
Dr. F. A. Smith, chairman of the board
of medical examiners; F. t). VanGal
dcr. General Attorneys Truman Plant z
and B. D. Smith, representing the Mod
era Woodmen or America; -Airs.
Hawes. Mrs. Van Galder ami Miss;
Dade, representing the Royal Neigh
bors. The congress will open Monday
or Tuef lay and continue in session the
greater part of the week.
A few counterfeiters have lately
been making and trying to sell imita
tions of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Cen sumption. Coughs and Colds, and
other medicines, thereby defrauding
the public. This is to warn you to be
ware of such people, who seek to prof
it, through stealing the reputation of
remedies which have been' successfully
curing disease, for over 35 years. A
sure protection, to you. is our name on
the wrapper. Ixok for it. on all Dr.
King's or Bucklen's remedies, as ail
others are mere imitations. H. E.
Bucklen & Co., Chicago, 111., and Wind
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism aud
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action on the system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes
at once the cause and the disease im
mediately disappears. Th first dooe
greatly benefits. 75c and $1. Sold by
Otto Grotjan, 1501. Second avenue.
Rock Island; Gustave Schlegel Son,
220 West Second street. Davenport.
Soothing and Cooling.
The salve that heals without a scar
is DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. No
remedy effects such speedy relief. Itj
draws out inflamation. soothes. ciol
and heals all cuts, burns and bruises.
A fcure cure for Piles and skin di-
. O ti a fif. W if f 'a ia tli ? i K fftnttino
Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of,
counterfeits, they are dangerous.
Sold by all druggists. j
Half the ills that man is heir to come;
from Indigestion. Burdock Blood Bit-!!
Attend Our Mid-Summer
ig'k Gra.de Suits
$4 tnd S4 r0 $12.50 and $lr
Ovitlntf Trousers Stilts.
$3.95 A" "r F"l
Mixed Cheviot And
S5 and S5.50 Worsted Suits
Fine Worsted Trousers MARKED DOWN.
WEBB JAY'S INJURY
ENDS THIS TRACK
Result of the Accident at Kenilworth
Park on Automobile Rac
ing. Buffalo, Aug. 19 Webb Jay. the au-
tennobile lacing man injured at Kenil
worth park yesterday remained in an
unconscious condition all night, but
physicians s,i he has a lighting chance
for life.' Many hading officials in ih
automobile racing, including niannfac
Hirers, are practically unanimous in
declaring the aceident was duo to Ja
following so closely on the others of a
similar characters and this has sound
ed t ho dcat h kuel! to automobile racing
on circular tracks.
Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by
Chrmberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy
and Perhaps a Life
"A short time ago I was taken with
a violent attack of Diarrhoea and be
lieve I would have died if I had not
gotten relief." says John J. Patron, a
leading citizen of Patton. Ala. "A
friend recommended Chamberlain's
Cedic. Cholera and Diarrlmea Remedy.
I bought a twenty-five cent bottle and
after takiug three doses of it was en
tirely cured. I consider it the best
remedy in the world for bowel com
plaints. For sale by all leading druggists.
Get a copy of the September
number of Everybody's Maga
zine at the newsdealers. Read it.
If you don't like it, write a sen
sible, abusive letter to the pub
lishers. It will be appreciated.
Kvcr.v -Doily's M;ia.i in Ins ;i lai'k'cr chvulut i n than
thsit of any other Keneial tnara.ln'. Solil ly all news
dealers, at 1.1 1 -eats jr copy. TKY IT.
IS THROWN FROM
Clyde Clough, Davenport. Has Accident
at Automobile Race Meeting
An unfortunate accident marked th
opening of the race meeting f tluj
Daveniiort Automobile club yesterday
afternoon at Dave-npoi t. Clyde dough,
operating a motor !! in a race,
struck a fence, and. was thrown forc
ibly from his machine. The tive siart
ers. Clyde Clough. Arthur Hughes. I..
J. Gamble. F. J. Harr and A. U Rust,
had gone four miles, covering the dis
tance in about 1 : 3ft. and were turning
into the stretch in the last half, when
Clough lost control of his machine, and
strue-k the fnce. The ambulance was
called, and be was removed lo his
home. Clough was unconscious for
about five minutes.
D. F. Dingley won the open race, 10
miles, in 11:21 2-5. giving a record for
ihe track of a mile in i;o7 He
used a 3ft horse HW r Pope Toledo
machine. The races are continuing:
this afternoon, with a big attendance.
Babies' s-kin will b soft, fair ami
smooth if you give them Molester's
Renky Mountain Tea this month. It
regulates the stomach and bowels. It
makes the little' tuies sleep and grow.
35 ce-tits. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
All the news all the time The Argus.
Buy Your SportlnjJ Goods
25 Percent Discount.
Now is the time to buy
sporting goods unci save
money. Lust call.
Fur Opening in September.
ters strengthens end tones the stom
New York 76 31
ach- make Indigestion impossible ' '