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THjE ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 100G.
Means an active month in
the matrimonial line. We
have an exceptional line of
silverware, in both sterling
and plated, which we are of
fering this month at the old
price; the advance in silver
' ware has made no difference
in our prices.
We- sell quality wedding
I J. RAMSER.
j Opposite Harper House.
The new spring woolens are
ready and we'll take groat pleas
ure in showing them to you at
They're handsome, indeed!
Men, who know Just what they
want, come here knowing that
they'll get it.
The men we dress are always
well dressed and satisfied men,
and they speak of our work in
the highest terms.
We're not high priced tailors,
and we feel sure that, if we
make clothes for you once, you'll
come to us the next time of
your own accord.
J.B. ZIMMER & SON,
1817 Second Avenue.
WE CAN FURNISH THE LAT
EST DESIGNS AND BEST MA
TERIAL IN ICE CREAM AND
GIVE US YOUR NEXT OR
DER. WE WILL BE SURE TO
HILL TAKES NO. 2
Although Islanders Outbatted
Them Bunnies Get Away
COULD NOT BUNCH THE HITS
Swalm and Vandine Hit for Three
Bases But Die on Third Bag
Have Nobody to Help.
For sale by David IH, Roc lc lalaaid
Hardware compr( Jobm T. fli of taker,
ad J. J. Bararcaa Sc. Co.
An Alarming Situation
Frequently results from neglect of clog
ged bowels and torpid liver, until con
stipation becomes chronic. This conui
tion is unknown to those who use Dr.
King's New Life Pills, the best and
gentlest regulators of stomach and
bowels. Guaranteed by Hartz & Ulle
meyer, druggists. Price, 25 cents.
Rock Island, 1; Cedar Rapids, 5.
Dubuque, 4; Davenport, C (13 in
aings). Bloomington, 5; Peoria, 4.
Springfield, ; Decatur, 5 (10 in
Rock Island at Cedar Rapids.
Although the Islanders hit harder
than the Rabbits yesterday, they were
unable to get away with a victory, tho
score being 5 to 1. Rock Island got a
hit in every inning except the ninth,
but had one to go on in the sixth, the
only time they were doubled up. It
was a story of getting' men on the bas
es, but not being able to get them
around. Swalm was the first man up
and he hit for three bases, but not a
man was there who could "hit to the
outfield even for a long fly, and he
Jicd there. The performance was re-
I pcated In the eighth. Vandine was
arst up and hit out a handsome three
bagger. Spanton put up a fly to Wil
son. Gray handed a similar one to
Ball, and Cook put one down to Spen
cer, going out at first, so Van's end
was peaceful, dying without a struggle.
Klrnt One a Iloich.
The first run the Bunnies mads was
a botched up affair on the part of the
Islanders, consisting of errors and
wild pitch and a stolen base. Spanton
dropped a thrown ball, giving Davis
the first station. The runner stole sec
ond and a wild pitch gave him third.
Wilson hit down to Cook, who threw
the ball home, and Forney had his
man all right, but Davis ran into his
uitts so hard that he knocked the bail
In the fourth Spencer hit one that
was a little too high for Cook, and af
ter stealing second Berry brought him
n with a single to left. In the fifth
Oakes hit to right and Wilson sacri
ficed after the runner had gone to sec
ond on a wild pitch. Lizzette's single
scored the run.
Urt a fair.
In the sixth a score was well begun
by giving Berry a pass. . Ford hit to
the back fence for two bases, bringing
the run. Another pass was given to
Davis and that was all that was neces
sary. Oakes advanced him to second
the play being made to cut off Ford at
third, and the runner scored on a sin
gle to left by Wilson.
The Islanders made their score in
the eighth. Wanner sending one to
right field and Vandine being given a
base on balls. Two went out and Cook
sent one down the left field line, bring
ing Wanner in. Three men were on
bates when the third man went down.
ROCK ISLAND. AB. 11. H. P. A. E.
Swalm. rf 5 0 4 2 O 0
Shaub, If 4 o n 2 o 1
Wanner, 2b i 1 1 :: :J 0
Vandine. 3b 3 i 1 o 0
Spanton. lb 4 0 1 12 1 1
Gra-. cf ........... 4 0 1 1 0 0
Cook, ss 4 0 1 2 f. 0
Forney, c 3 0 0 4 1 1
Chrfstian. p 2 n o J 1
Neal, p 0 0 0 0 1 0
Wilson 1 0 0 0
McConnell I 0 0 0 0 0
Carlisle 1 0.0 0 o 0
less exhibition, tfie hitting being light
and scattered. Score:
R. H. P. A. E. I
2 4 2 2 0
12 12 1
1 0 10 0 0
0 13 0 0
0 3 5 2 1
0 10 0 0
1 0 2 5 3
0 0 7 2 0
0 10 5 0
5 12 30 IS 5
R. II. P. A. E.
0 0 10 0
2 2 2 0 1
1 2 4.1 0
. 1 2 3 4 0
0 1 14 0 0
0 2 4 1 0
,0 0 0 1 0
. C 12 30 17 1
Score by Innings:
Decatur 0 02000 2 1 0 0 5
Springfield ...1 02020000 1 C
Two base hits Novacek. Scharn
weber. Three base hit Burg. Stolen
bases Lewce, Bennett, Cameron,
Scharnweber. Sacrifice hits Lewee,
O'Connor, Donnelly. Struck out By
Bomar. 5: by Bridges, 1; by Jones, 1.
Bases on balls Off Bomar. 3; off
Bridges, 5. Wild pitch Bridges. Pass
ed ball Ludwig. Time 2:05. Umpire
Vnt 13 Inning.
Dubuque, Iowa, June 13. A base on
balls, an error, a missed fielder's
choice and an infield hit won the game
for Dubuque in the 13th inning. Eul
hit in all of Davenport's runs. Score:
DUBUQUE. R. H. P. A. E.
Davidson, If 1
Hadley, ss 0
set aside money
Council in Committee of the
Whole Considers Appro
PROVIDE FOR NINTH STREET
Will Take Initiative in Appropriating
$250 from Industrial Fund for
Farmers' National Congress.
4 0 0
0 2 0
0 0 0 0 0
Bosse, lb 0 0 15 1 0
7 0 0
0 0 1 11 0
0 o 0 0 1 I
0 1 11 0 1!
Total 4 S 39 15
DAVENPORT. R. II. P. A.
Ramey, 2b 0 1 5 4
Ruby, If 0 0 2 0
Crockett, lb 1 2 14 1
Burg, ss 1 1 3 5
Curtis, cf 0 0 3 0
Harrod, 3b 12 1 1
Eul, p 0 2 0 1
Spencer, c 0 0 7 2
Lelivelt. if 0 o 1 o
Total 30 1 9 27 13 4
CEDAR RAPIDS. AB. R. H. P. A. E.
Davis. If 4 2 0 0 0 0
Oakes. cf 5 1 i 2 0 0
Wilson. 2b 4 0 1 3 2 0
Lizzette. rf 5 0 4 2 0 0
Hill, lb 4 0 0 9 0 0
Ball, ss 4 0 0 3 4 1
Spencer. 3b ' 3 1 1 2 2 0
Berry, c 3 1 2 6 1 0
Ford, p . 3 0 1 0 3 0
Total 35 5 7 27 12 1
Batted for other players.
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 05
Two base hit Ford. Three base
hits Swalm. Vandine. Bases on balls
Off Christian. 2; off Ford. 1. Struck
nut By Christian. 3; by Neal. 1; by
Ford, 3. Wild pitch Christian. Double
play Ball to Wilson to Hill. Hit by
Neal finished the three innings in
one, two, three order.
Forney did not have as good success
as usual in killing them at second.
It's heart breaking to see three base
hits in two different innings with no
body out and have the next three go
down without even a long fly forthcom
McConnell is badly battered up and
took a lay off yesterday.
It is a relief to know they are not go
ing to get away when they go down to
the short stop.
Four hits for Swalm again almost
half of 'em.
Few features at Deeatur.
Decatur, III., June 13. Although the
game went 10' innings, It was a feature1
Total 3 X'3 17 :?
None out when winning run was
Dubuque 1 O 0 1 1 0 0 o u ( 0 0 1 4
Davenport 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Two base hit Reagan. Three base
hits Eul 2. Struck out By Wilder.
10; by Eul, G. Bases on balls Off Wil
der, 5; off Eul. S. Hit by pitched ball
Harrod. Sacrifice hits Davidson.
Hadley 2. McFarland, Blackburn 2.
Reitz. Umpire Lawrence. Time
leoria Err Often.
Bloomington, 111., June 13. Rloom-
ington's bunched hits with Peoria's er
rors won a hard-fought game. Smith
was hit hard, but was effective with
men on bases, only two runs being
earned by the visitors. The batting of
Hughes was the feature. Score:
Snyder, ss ; . ... 0
Herbert, lb 1
Couners. If 1
Beck, of 0
Vogel. 2b 0
McShayne, 3b 1
Pierce, c 0
Craig, rf 1
Smith, p 1
R. H. P. A. E.
0 2 2 1
2 13 0 0
10 0 0
11 2 5 1
0 4 10
4 0 0
10 3 0
Total 5 6 27 12 2
PEORIA. R. II. P. A. E.
Thiery, rf 1 1 1 0 1
Raymond, ss 1 0 0 4 0
Graham, cf 0 2 2 0 0
Beulow. lb 0 0 10 2 0
Hughes. 2b 0 4 4 2 2
Egan. 3b 0 0 0 1 1
Kewar, If 1 1 2 0 0
Simon, c 1 1 5 1 1
Eastman, p 0 2 0 3 0
The appropriation ordinance was con
sidered last evening by the council in
committee of the whole, and passed
with but slight changes. The resolu
tion providing for the distribution of
the estimated receipts of the city aside
from the tax levy also was considered.
In considering the ordinance, the $8,
000 allotted to the contingent fund was
divided, $4,000 being set aside as a
fund for special attorneys' fees, $1,0Q
for legal expenses in the improvement
case of Seventh avenue, $1,000 set aside
for the Improvement of Ninth street
from the city limits to the bridges, con
ditional on a like amount being raised
by South Rock Island citizens for the
work within tliree months, and $500 to
apply on the expense of permanent im
provement of Twenty-fifth street south
of Ninth avenue, leaving $1,500 for
sundry expenses. For the southwest
storm drain $S,ooo lias been appropri
ated, but no decision has been reached
as to which section it will be applied
To I'ave Mitth Street.
In addition to the setting aside of
the conditional $1,000 for the Ninth
street road, the council changed the
name of the bridge fund, to which $4.
055.54 is allotted, to the bridge and
Ninth street pavement fund. It is the
intention to apply this fund, with the
exception of the amount required for
the bridge (maintenance, to the improve
ment of Ninth street within the city
by paving. Petitions are now being
circulated for this improvement. The
sewer fund was made the sewer and
Fifth avenue pumping station fund, in
order that a portion of the $3,317.50
may be utilized in repairing in the sew
er pump at the Fifth avenue station.
A fund of $1U0 was taken from the!
street fund and set aside for the grad
ing of Thirty-fourth street, south of
Seventh avenue. In the new additions.
The total appropriated in the ordin
ance is $So,5l7.S0, and in the resolution.
$t37.53i;.S9. A resolution was passed
providing that all work to be charged
to the sidewalk fund be done undr the
supervision of 1 he aldermen of the re
Nnlary lcn1ln Iteferrcfl.
The question of increases in salaries
in the various departments of the city
was brought up by Alderman Smith,
and on his amotion it was referred to
the ordinance and finance committees
to report at the next meeting.
During the evening Mayor McCaskrin
presented a" message, suggesting that
action be taken toward securing an ap
propriation of $250 of the joint fund
held by the commission of the city, the
Rock Island Club, the Retail Merchants'
association, and other organizations, to
be used for the entertainment of the
Farmers National congress. The may
or explained the scope of the congress"
work, and accordingly a resolution was
adopted instructing the city represen
tatives in the industrial commission to
secure an appropriation of $250 from
the joint fund for that purpose. The
board of supervisors at the present ses
sion will probably make some appropri
ation toward the fund for the entertain
ment of tlie congress also.
Peoria .18 17 .514
Davenport 1C 18 .471
Decatur 15 18 .455
Rock Island 14 22 .3S9
Bloomington 11 24 .314
W. L. Pet.
Chicago ' 30 17 .079
Pittsburg 31 17 .046
New York 32 19 .027
Philadelphia 29 25 .537
St. Louis 23 30 .434
Brooklyn 21 30 .412
Cincinnati 21 33 .389
Boston 14 3G .280
, W. L. Pet.
New York 30 IS .025
Cleveland 27 17 .G14
Philadelphia 2S 19 .59G
Detroit 25 20 .550
St. Louis 25 24 .510
Chicago 21 24 .467
Washington 17 30 .302
Boston 14 35 .280
W. L. Pet.
Toledo 29 2i .580
Columbus 31 24 .504
Milwaukee 20 21 .553
Louisville 27 23 .540
Kansas City 20 25 .510
Minneapolis 25 20 .490
Indianapolis 20 31 .392
St. Paul IS 3i .307
WHAT WILL YOU HAVE?
Brooklyn. 1 ; Chicago, 0.
Philadelphia, 2; Pittsburg, 0.
New York, 1; Cincinnati, 0.
Boston, 5; St. Louis, 2.
Chicago, 3; Washington. 2 (12 in
nings). St. Louis. 15; Boston, 3.
Detroit. 8; Philadelphia, 7.
Cleveland, 5; New York, 4 (12 in
nings). AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Toledo, 0; Milwaukee, 12.
Columbus. 14; Kansas City, 5.
Louisville. 3; Minneapolis, 2.
Indianapolis. 109; St. Paul. 83.
Denver, 11; Omaha, 0.
Pueblo. 4; Lincoln, 3.
Springfield, 10; Grand Rapids, 0.
Evansville, 0; Wheeling. 2.
Terre Haute. 2; Canton, o.
. Dayton. 5; South Bend. 4.
Keokuk. 15; Boone, 7.
Oltuniwa. 5: Waterloo, o.
Burlington. 8; Marshalltown. 2.
Oskaloosa, 8; Fort Dodge, S (8 innings).
A Blue Serge or New Grey Suit?
The U. & S. $10. $12.50, $15
Suits Cannot be Made Better.
DOPE FOR THE FANS.
Four game will.be played with Cedar
Rapids in the next series. President
Holland granted the request of the
Cedar Rapids people to have one of tlie
July games advanced to this week as
the semi-centennial celebration is now
on in Rpbbitville. There will be an off
day in Cedar Rapids July 17 on ac
count of the change.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
W. L. Pet.
Dubuque 21 11 .080
Cedar Rapids ....22 14 .011
Springfield 19 15 .559
STRIKES OUT 18 BATTERS
Wonderful Performance by Osco Pitch
er in Henry County League.
At Osco yesterday tlie Henry county
league teams of that place and Cam
bridge the former won an interesting
game that, was characterized by 'the
remarkable work of the pitchers. An
derson for Osco struck out IS men and
allowed but two hits, while Frost for
Cambridge fanned 10 opposing batters
and gave six hits. The tcore follows:
Osco 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 03
Cambridge 20000 0 00 02
Batteries Anderson and Iehan and
Frost and Smith. Bases on balls An
derson 2. Frost 2. Attendance 500.
('on verse baa pone to the Oltuniwa
team in the Iowa league, having been
turned over to them by Itork Island.
McConnell had a pitcher to. spare.
Rusty Owens will nut gt-t much com
fort out of this, which appeared in
the Cedar Rapids Gazette alter the. au
burn topped one had dropped his game
to Dubuque in the la.-t series: "Please,
Pa., won't you se nd for Jack Bushel
man or Dennis lloor-kenitz?"
Donnelly takes liis team home for a
I straight series of 21 games beginning
j Friday. Before hr leaves the capital
! he expects to be at the top of tho per
YANGER AND BROAD TO BOX
Pair Matched for Ten Round Go at
Terre Haute, Ind.. June 12. Match
maker Jack Tierney of the Columbia
club announces a ten round bout be
tween Benny Yanger and "Kid" Broad
July 3, which is the week of the trot
ting association race meeting.
B'oomington is giving Ralph Craig
nnothtr chance in the outfield. It is
thought he may be able to make good
The following qut ry lias been receiv
ed by a Three-Eye paper: "Why should
it he written 'President Holland of the
Three -Eye league', when one- Frank
Donnelly is. in fact, running the whole
shooting match? It docs not seen fair
treatment to the Springfield center
The "Sidawalk Brand"
for Walks, Cisterns, Floors, Walls,
Cellars, Fence Posts. A pure rock
cement of greatest strength and uni
formity. It will go farther as it stands
more sand than any other brand. It
finishes like mar
ble and will last
Insist on your dealer
giving you Side
walk lirand" Mar
on Cement auil liuwr
to Use Jt.
MARQUETTE CEMENT MFG. CO. CHICAGO
fi 1 Icr when a!l credit is given anoth
er. A Fan."
Bof!;e. Dubuq'ic, first baseman. i
making a nickname for himself. The
coacher stands in the box at third baso
anl says: "Co' Bosse, Co Bosse."
Dubuque fans say he's the cream.
Decatur Herald: If King Alfonso
really expects to be assassinated and
wants a good jrb done of it he might
conn over and umpire a few grimes at
Springfield. Nothing like g'.ttlng the
job done ri:ht.
Moline defeated til" Clinton Inde
pendents In tl;e former chy ytsierday.
Total 4 11 24 13 5
Score by innings:
Bloomington 0 0 10 10 12 5
Peoria 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 4
Two base hit Eastman. Three base
hit Simon. Home run Smith. Struck
out By Smith, 4; by Eastman, 2. Bas
es on balls Off Smith, 2; off Eastman.
3. Hit by pitched ball Beulow. Stolen
base Craig. Time 1:30. Umpire
Schuster. Attendance 317.
NATURE'S LAXATIVE THE BEST.
Many Are So-Called "Natural."
There are many laxatives on the
market that are often styled "natural"
because of the well known fact that the
laxative which nature gives us, is the
best. Such ones are constantly com
ing up, but soon disappear because in
reality they are manufactured and can
never attain the inimitable merits of
the product of nature. Hunyadi Janos,
the genuine natural laxative water, has
stood at the head for nearly half a cen
tury as the only laxative whose estab
lished reputation is Its best recommen
dation. It remains always the standard
because it is nature's remedy in its
original form, pure and simple, in no
way dependent, as the others are, on
artificial composition. At all druggists.
Try it. .
Beat & SchmitL
Fine tailoring. Illinois theater build
707 2W AVI
Our stcre is small, and its mag
nitude does not appear in mere
size. The continuous interest in
it proves the character of its of
ferings. There's more room than
ever before to elaborate and ex
patiate upon cur 6tock. When
we buy watches, jewelry and sil
verware we look to fineness to
the material; we . reject the
coarse, showy things that are
made to catch careless eyes and
a fat profit the kind some stores
. allow to be 'mixed in."
The result is a lift in culture
that educates into the knowledge
of the beautiful.
And we are gaining and hold
ing patronage straight through,
despite competition, despite the
tendency for sham, despite mail
.order houses, pawn shops and
dry goods stores.
1707 2V AVI
Rock Island. III.
Another for Burns.
"Farmer" Burns Monday night at Des
Moines defeated in an active wrestling
match Alexander Samson, the Stock
holm Sweden policeman, hitherto itn
defeated in this country. Burns took
the first fall with a bridge heiid in 13
minutes. In the secmd bout he fought
off the big Swede for IS minutes and
then went to his back under a bridge
hold. The last bout was a wicked one,
Previous rough play had aroused Burns
and he went with considerable fire at
his big opponent, sending him to his
back in three minutes and 18 seconds
in the same manner in which he firut
put him down.
Frightened at Car.
A serious runaway accident was nar
rowly averted last evening about 7:30,
when a horse driven by Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Bannsen, became frightened at
a Long View street ear on Twentieth
street, near Twelfth avenue. Thomas
Montgomery caught the reins at the
horse's head just in time to prevent it
from overturning the light buggy.
Big Day for Larry.
L. M. Magill will have a strenuous
Fourth of July. He has been chosen as
one of the speakers at the celebration
planned in Coal Valley. In the after
noon he will speak at East Moline,
where the volunteer fire department
has charge of the celebration.
Licensed to Wed.
Ernest Six Andalusia
Irma M. M. Welvert Coal Valley
Harry Reed Rock Island
Mrs. Clementine Rumler..Rock Island
Benjamin E. McCarty Moline
Mabel A. Volgt Rock Island
i V II I IH S IN.
The happy children arc always tba baaltbjr
onea. Cross, poevlsli, irritatile children invariably
bare reanon for being no. This is generally worms.
If your child has any of the symptoms foul breath,
dark circles under the eyes, flushed cheeks, picking
at the nose, grinding the teeth, disturbed sleep, bed
wetting, fits and convulsions, feverlebness, sour
stomuoh, peevishneas, tbin, pale cheeks give
and perfect health will be rentoredatonce. It is a harmless,
ple.'isant tablet cleanses and sweetens the entire system.
Mrs. M. J. Wright, Chairman Kiecutive Committee,
" Artw and Crafts," 410 Cleveland Ave., Chicago, writes:
"Six months ao my daughter Helen was suffering from worms.
She was thin, pale, laiicultl, eating all the time yet xx.r In fleflh,
ami ko retlei at night that she kept me awake imum of the time, I
gave her Kickapoo Worm Killer at the suggestion of inv druggist.
Within ten days a marked change had taken place, and in a conpla
of weeks more n was entirely euro! and has not been troubled sums."
Druggists or by mail, 25 cents a Ikx
advice free. .
KICKAPOO ME0ICINE CO.. Clinlonvills, Conn.
Have you been betrayed by promises
of quacks, swallowed pills and bottled
medicine without results except a dam
aged stomach? To thoe we offer Hol
lister's Rocky 'Mountain. Tea; 35 cents.
T. H. ThomaV pharmacy.
With Coaster Brake
ON THE SQUARE.
Ride the JOHN KOCH BRAND f TIRES