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PULL OUT SECOND
Etttwhile Three Eye Leaders
Give Up Another Game
CLOSE AND EXCITING ONE
Timely Swats Did the Business Wal
ters Offsets Errors With Good
Rock Island. 3; Dubuuue, 2.
Cedar Rapids, 7; Davenport, 1.
Decatur, 4; Peoria, 0.
Blooraington, 7; Springfield, C.
GAM tS TOMORROW.
Cedar Rapids at Rock Island.
Davenport at Dubuque.
Springfield at Decatur.
Peoria at Blooinington.
One more game from those terrible
Miners. Three to two was the story of
another pitchers' battle which went to
Lakaff. The fans came out hoping to
see Swalni. but were disappointed, for
the spit ball artist was declared "out of
condition." Cook was substituted and
pitched good ball.
The Islanders, as usual got their lead
early and had the best of it all the
way, though the Dubs came up pretty
strong at the finish and it looked as
though they were going to repeat one
of their previous performances and
tie the score. They succeeded in get
ting three hits and registering one tally
but the Islanders got busy in the ninth.
Lakaff had a shade the better over
Cook, allowing but six hits, striking
out five men and allowing two bases
on balls, while Cook allowed the same
number of hits, three bases on balls
and struck out one man. Both teams
played good ball in the field. Walters,
however, made two costly errors and
saved Dubuque from a shutout. Their
first scoie came about when Reitz got
to first on Cook's error. Stark hit to
Walters but he let the ball go. and
Reitz scored. The Dubs took a spurt in
the eighth when Hadley knocked an
other one to Walters who was slow
and Hadley took the chance and went
to second. McFarland flew out to
Swa!m and Vandine took in Bosse's
popup. Reagan hit safely and Hadley
1 1 nnk In the Srorlne.
The Islanders started their scoring
in the second inning when Walters got
a lovely hit for two sacks. Rudd sac-
lifieed and Walters went to third, scor
ing on Cook's fly to Davidson. In the
fifth Cook got a base on balls and went
to second on McConnell's sacrifice. La
kaff hit to Cook and was retired. Then
came Swalni with a timely hit and
Cook scored. In the sixth another was
made when Wanner hit safely and
Vandine sacrificed. Walters hit to left
and Wanner scored.
It was In the eighth that the Dubs
took a spurt and hit safely three times
and got their second score, but this
was checked by the Islanders sensa
tional fielding. Score:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. II. P. A. E
Swalm. rf ;.. 3 0 1 4 0 0
Carlisle, cf 3 0 1 3 0 0
Wanner. 2b 3 1 1 3 3 0
Vandine. 3b .3 0 0 10 1
Walters. If 3 1 2 1 0 2
Rudd. lb 2 0 0 C 0 0
Cook, ss 2 1 0 2 3 1
.McConnell. c 2 0 1 7 0 0
fLal.aff. p 3 0 0 0 1 0
Total 21 3 C, 27 7 4
DUBUQUE. AB. R. H. P. A. E.
Davidson. If T 0 0 1 0.0
Hadley. ss 4 1 2 2 3 0
McFarland. rf 4 0 1 1 0 0
Bosse. lb 3 0 0 12 1 0
Reagan, cf . . . 4 0 1 1 0 0
Blackburn. 2b 3 O't 42 0
Reitz, 3u 4 1 0 1 1 1
Stark, c 3 0 1 2 2 0
Cook, p 4 0 0 0 4 0
Total 34 2 C 24 13 1
Score by innings:
Rock Island 01001 1 0 0 3
Dubuque 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 02
Two base hits Walters, Hadley.
Bases on balls Off Lakaff, 2; off Cook,
3. Struck out By Lakaff. 5; by Cook,
1. Double play Blackburn to Bosse.
Time 1 : 3.j. Umpire Flaherty.
Paul I'roiii the Diamond.
Stark is as crazy as ever.
Flaherty's gleamers must be a little
Hank Walters' errors were no doubt
due in part to the effects of the injury
he sustained at Springfield last year
when he was nearly killed by being hit
in the head by a pitched ball. The hot
weather causes a dizziness that is
shown in impaired judgment of flies.
Manager McConnell told Lakaff yes
terday morning that he would have to
pitch against Swalm in the afternoon
and the southpaw at once went home
and took a good rest to be ready to de
liver the goods. And he was never in
Not a tnetltctrics "iJnfaW
Natnral Laxn.tivo "Wa
ter f or sluggish twvrel J.
Get quick, positive re
lief by taking balf a
glass on 'arising.
better shape than when he entered the
game in the afternoon.
It had been announced and bulletin
ed that Swalm would pitch yesterday
afternoon, but Manager McFarland fin
ally decided to keep his best pitcher
out. It is the general belief here that
McFarland has been afraid so far in.
I he series to put the spit Hall man in
here for the fear that he will get a
beating and thus affect the chances of
his sale to one of two big league teams
that have made offers for him.
Flaherty robbed Rudd of a two base
llatl Fourth Inntour.
Cedar Rapids. Iowa, July 13. Daven
port went to pieces in the fourth and
Cedar Rapids made seven runs. Score:
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P. A. E.
Davis, If 1 0 1 0 0
Oakes. cf 0 0 2 0 0
Shaw, rf 1 2 3 0 0
Ball, ss 1 2 2 3 0
Ronan, 2b 1 1 3 3 0
Berry, c 1 2 3 0 0
Lizzett, lb 1 1 12 0 1
Spencer, 3b 1 4 1 1 0
Owens, p o 1 0 8 0
DAVENPORT. R. II. P. A. E,
Boyle, 2b 0 1 2 1 0
Ramey, rf 0 1 1 0 0
Crockett, lb 0 0 S 2 0
Burg, ss 0 0 1 3 2
Curtis, cf 1-0 1 0 1
Harrod, 3b 0 I) 2 3 0
Bennett, If 0 0 3 1 1
Nieman, c 0 2 5 1 0
Stauffer, p 0 0 1 2 0
Total 1 4 21 13 4
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids ....0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 7
Davenport 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two base hit Ronan. Three base
hit Spencer. Bases on balls Off Ow
ens, 1; off Stauffer, 3. Struck out By
Owens. 2; by Stauffer, 2. Double play
Bennett to Nieman. Umpire Hof
ftr. Decnttir lluck in Form.
Decatur. 111.. July 13. Decatur put
up the most sensational game ever
seen here. Peoria could do nothing
with Schreiber. Score:
DECATUR. R. II. P. A. E.
Murphy. If u 1 1 0 0
Lewee, 2b 0 1 4 3 1
Swacina, cf 1 3 2 0 0
Fleming rf 0 03 0 0
Kuhn. lb 1 3 13 0 0
Purtell, 3b 1 3 0 3 0
Eryette. ss 1 1 1 0
Pierce, c 0 0 3 0 0
Schreiber. p 0 1 0 2 0
Bewar. If ,
Buelow. lb ,
4 13 27
R. H. P.
0 0 3 0 0
0 0 4 1 0
(12 2 0 0
0 12 2 1
0 (I (t o 0
0 17 11
0 0 0 0 0
0 4 219 2
Score by innings:
Decatur 0 0 0 1 0 (t 0
Peoria 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two base hits Purtell. Swacina.
Three base hit Swacina. Double
plays Purtell to Bryette to Kuhn;
Bryette to Lewes to Kuhn. Struck out
By Schreiber. 2; by Jaeger, 2. Bases
on balls Off Schreiber, 3; off Jaeger,
3. Hit by pitcher By Schreiber, 1.
Time 1:30. Umpire Shuster.
Scorr l'onr In Ninth; I.one.
Bloomington, July 13. Bloomington
won in the opening innings, combining
some timely drives with Moore's wild
ness and poor support. The visitors
made a great rally in the ninth, an er
ror by Pierce after two men were gone
being followed by three hits and four
II. P. A. E.
12 0 0
2 3 7 0
2 3 1 0
2 10 0
0 f 2 0
17 0 0
0 5 0 1
10 2 0
!) 27 13 2
H. P. A. E.
2 10 0
0 0 0 1
2 2 0 0
2 .0 2 1
1 13 0
12 3 0
0 2 10
2 G 1 2
3 14 1
Vogel, 2 b
R. Smith, lb 1
Pierce, c 0
Wright, p 0
Ruby, If : 0
Donnelly, cf 0
Novacek, rf 1
Cameron, lb 1
Burg, 3b 1
Scharnweber, ss 0
E. Smith. 2b 0
Ludwig, c 1
Moore, p 2
Total C 13 24 14 5
Score by innings:
Bloomineton 40200010 7
Springfield 00002000 4 G
Two base hit Gray. Three base hits
nvder. Scharnweber. Struck out By
Wricht. 3: by Moore. 4. Bases on balls
Off Wright. 2; off Moore, 4. Hit by
pitched ball Snyder, Novacek. Dou
ble play Snyder to Smith. Time
45. Umpire Carruthers. Attend
ance 450. . - -
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured in
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind
says: My wue naa lnnammatorj
rheumatism in every muscle and joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyono
recognition; had been in bed for si
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried thf
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism. It gave
Immediate relief and she was able to
walk about in three days. I am sure it
saved her life." Sold by Otto Crotjan
1501 Second avenue, Rock Island;
Gustav Schlegel & Son, 220 West Sec
ond street, Davenport. v,;., ,
Plenty of Enthusiasm but Little
Cash to Keep Ball Team
UPTOCANVASSERS FOR FUNDS
Men of Wealth Not Ball Cranks and
Public Not Sportsmanlike
The fate of the Davenport baseball
team trembles in the balance. At the
meeting held at the rooms of the Com
mercial club last evening to consider
terms proposed by Manager Hayes for
the sale of the club to a stock com
pany of Davenporters, there was con
siderable enthusiasm, but lack of wil
lingness to dig up the necessary funds.
A committee, however, was appointed
to make a canvass of the city's busi
ness men, and this was begun today
The success of the efforts to get suffi
cient subscriptions, however, is prob
The trouble in reality seems to con
sist not only in the lack of a disposi
tion to support a team that is not win
ning everything in sight, but a lack
also of sufficient enthusiasm among
men of the wealthier class those who
can afford to support a ball team for
the sake of the city.
Between the two it would not be sur
prising to those who have made a care
ful and unbiased survey of the situa
tion if some other town eventually gets
Davenport's franchise in the Three-Eye
Would He Ileifreticji Hero.
Such a change would be regretted
nowhere more keenly than in Rock Is
land. While this city would gain
somewhat in attendance from Daven
port fans, who, deprived of an oppor
tunity to see the national game played
at home, would therefore come to this
side of the river, the dropping of Dav
enport from the league could hot fail
to detract from the general interest in
the sport. Rivalry with the city across
the river, which has at times become
almost unpjeasantly strenuous, has al
ways had a stimulating1 effect an 1
worked to the good of both teams.
PEORIA WANTS LUNDIN
BUT NO DEAL IS MADE
Pretence of President Meiclroth Starts
Rumors Which Have No Foun
dation. President Mtidroth and one of the
other magnates from the Peoria club
was in the city yesterday afternoon in
an endeavor lo make a trade for Lun
din, who it is understpad id willing to
accept an offer there. They however,
were unsuccessful, as President Sexton
would not accept their proposition. He
said this morning that Lundin "would
not play ball in any other club in the
Three-Eye league this season.' The
Peoria representatives contended that
the Islanders owed them a trade be
cause of giving the local team Cook,
and used this argument in an effort to
influence the Rock Island club. Pres
ident Sexton said that this was no par
allel cuse to Lundin's. Cook was not
given a chance at Peoria because he
had no reputation in professional ball,
while Lundin is one of the leading
pitchers the league has produced.
A story in connection with the visit
of the Peorians obtained currency last
evening to the effect that Vandine had
been traded for a couple of Distillers.
It was started by Van himself as a joke
but was taken seriously and caused
much comment. There was absolutely
no foundation for it. President Sexton
states that there will be no further
changes in the local lineup this season
unless such action is , necessary be
cause of sickness or injury.
BOXING PROGRAM COMPLETE
Several Good Attractions tc Be Given
in Davenport Monday.
The complete program for the boxing
show to be given at Davenport next
Monday evening by the Tri-City Ath
letic club, has finally been arranged.
The main attraction, of course, will be
Battling Nelson and Joe Galligan, who
will spar six rounds. .
Willie McNamara, the undefeated
NEW FOOTBALL RULES SHOW GAME
WILL BE MATERIALLY ALTERED
i Football rules for 1900 which have
just been issued suggest that the great
college game will this year be far dif
ferent from that of the past. Though
comment has been disparaging there
is no doubt that the game will be ma
Mass play, which is responsible for
many of the serious injuries resulting
to players and against, which the pub
lis has at times actually boiled with
indignation, is more effectually elimin
ated. Open style of play doing away
with the grinding pushing formations
was advocated more than three years
ago, and it was thought that the chang
es made in 1904 would be beneficial in
this regard. Without some radical
ruling on the subject, however, there
was little or no chance of securing the
style of plays wanted, both to insure
the safety of players and allow the
spectators to see more clearly the man
ner of progress made.
Thero is this year a new rule which
will tend to make open play compul
sory. Thi3 is the 10-yard rule which
provides that the team in possession of
122 pound boxer of Chicago, will en
gage in a 10-round contest with Joe
Green, the San Francisco lad who has
made an enviable record on the coast.
Pete Savoas, the Chicago Italian, a
protege of Bennie Yanger, will clash
for eight rounds with Frank Ammer
man. the Davenport boxer.
Kid Fisher, a promising young boxer
of Muscatine, has been matched to con
test six rounds with Kid Bloom of Chi
cago. Then in the way of variation and to
afford all the amusement possible, the
club has matched Rufus Phoenix and
Kid Delaney, two well known colored
boxers, for a six round g.i. Abe Pol
lock, the official referee of the club,
will preside over all the bouts.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
Cedar Rapids 27
Peoria : 1
ROCK ISLAND 31
St. Ixmis :n
AM ERIC AN LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.
New York 4"j 2S .C1C
Philadelphia 4f 'S .CltJ
Cleveland 44 2It .003
Chicago 42 33 .500
Detroit 3J 35 .527
St. Louis 37 3S .403
.Washington 25 4S .342
Boston 1!) 57 .250
W. L. Pot.
Columbus 51 33 .007
Milwaukee 4 7 33 .5SS
Toledo 44 35 .557
Louisville 43 3i5 .Mi
Minneapolis 42 40 .512
KaiYSas-City 37 4 4 .457
St. Paul 30 50 .375
Indianapolis 2S 51 .354
Chicago, 4; Boston, 1 (first game).
Chicago, S; Boston. 2 (second game)
New York, 10; Cincinnati, 11.
Pittsburg, 9; Brooklyn, C.
St. Louis, 7: Philadelphia. C.
New York. 4; Chicago. 3.
Cleveland. C; Washington. 0.
Philadelphia, 2; Detroit 1.
St. Louis. 4: Boston. 1.
Milwaukee, 8; Indianapolis, 2.
Columbus. 4; Kansas City. 1.
Grand Rapids. 4; Wheeling, 3.
Canton, 4; South Bend. 0.
Evansville. S; Springfield. 2.
Dayton, 7: Terre Haute, 5.
Des Moines, 4; Sioux City, 3 (13 in
Denver, 4; Omaha. 3.
Lincoln. 4; Pueblo. 2.
Oskaloosa, 2; Keokuk, 1.
Waterloo. 2; Fort Dodge, 1.
Burlington, 1; Ottumwa, 0.
A Tragic Finish.
A watchman's neglect, permitted a
leak in the great North Sea dyke.
which a child's finger could have stop
ped, to become a ruinous break, de
vastating an entire province in Hol
land. In like manner Kenneth Mclver,
of Vanceboro, Me., permitted a little
cold to go unnoticed until a tragic fin
ish was only averted by Dr. King's
New Discovery. lie writes: "Three
doctors gave me up to die of lung in
flammation. caused by a neglected
cold; but Dr. King's New Discovery
saved my life." Guaranteed best
cough and cold cure, at Hartz & Ulle
meyer's drug store, 50c and $1.00. Trial
Get a Northern and you will be
satisfied. Easy to operate. Davenpo-i
the ball shall advance the ball 10 yards
in place of five, in three successive
downs. There is a very remote chance
for a team playing an equally strong
team to advance the ball 10 yards by
straight line plunges and mass forma
fons, and hence it is concluded that
more open play will be resorted to. End
runs will come into vogue and will
give the lighter and speedier men a
chance to make good, where hereto
fore his size has been against him al
though he be faster than many who
precede him. End running coupled
with a kicking game is more interest
ing to spectators and much safer for
players than the old style and hence
the change is praiseworthy.
The rule relating to the number of
men to be played in the line of scrim
mage and their respective positions,
also eliminate the chance for rough
play, and tends, too, to clean the game.
Rough play, striking, kicking, and
all unnecessary roughness is punish
able by disqualification, and the -ules
in thi3 regard are commendable in the
U. Kuppenhvimer dL Co.
That have been, selling'
at $7.50 and $8.50 Now
"The House That Makes Good"
Ulle meyer Sterling:
FROM THE DOPE BOX
Decatur Herald: Bloomington hopes
to put a stop to the use of profane
language at the ball park by starting
in o:i visiting managers. You won't
even hear 1 lie word "darn" in the
bleachers any more, and if the fans get
mad at the umpire it will be, "Mercy,
but you are a rude creature. I'd like
to slap you tn the wrist."
Willie Siidhoff. for whom Jake Stahl
Mailed Beany .laeobstn, was released
to Kansas City, but ivl'iised to go and
now talks of joining the outlaws. Wee
Willie is all in.
A new pitcher is expected at Decatur
for a trial on the Decatur team. His
name is McLt-uu and he hails from
Fort Wayne in the Central b ague. The
management has been trjing for some
time to get him. Pitcher Guiley. of th
Andersen team in the disbanded Inter
state league, was also signed, but was
allowed to go to Danville.
Outfielder Vinson, obtained from
Manager Watkins of Indianapolis, is
expected to report at Peoria shoitly.
He was playing a fine game till lie war,
spiked lecently and put on the hospi
The Moline-Museatine team lost at
Maquoketa yesterday 2 to 1. falling
victims to Bailer, the Iowa pitcher.
The announcement was made at Cin
cinnati ytsterday that, the Reds had
secured from New York Cy Seymour,
who led the National league in batting
iast year. It is said to have been a
cash purchase, no other players figur
ing in the deal. McGraw al.-o announc
ed thai he had traded Sandow Mtrtes
and Marshall to St. Louis for ):il fielder
Shannon and Infielder Shay.
Boone has finally forfeited its fran
ehise in the Iowa league. President
Peckham of the league, has gone to
Clinton and experts to be able to t'Miis
!'er it to that city. Failing in this he
will be ready to negotiate with Musca
tine and Q'linry. both of which places
are said to be willing to go in.
A PESTIFEROUS GERM
Burrows Up the Scalp Into Dandruff
and Saps the Hair's Vitality.
People who complain ofalling hair
as a rule do not know that it is the
lesult of dandruff, which Is caused by
a pestiferous parasite burrowing up
the scalp as it digs down to the sheath
in which the hair root is fed into the
scalp. Before long the hair root 's ,
shriveled up and the hair drops out. I
If the work of the germ is not destroy-j
ed, hair keeps thinning till baldness
comes. The only way to cure dandruff
is to kill the germ, and until now there
has been no hair preparation that
would do it; but today dandruff is eas
ily eradicated by Newbro's Herpicide,
which makes hair glossy and soft as
ilk. Sold by leading druggists. Sen!
10 cents in stamps for sample to the
Herpicide company, Detroit, Mich. T
H. Thomas, special agent.
Notice of Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Black Hawk Homestead
Building Loan & Saving Association
will be held at the secretary's office in
the Bengston block, Rock Island, III.,
on Tuesday evening, July 17, 1900, at
8 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of elect
ing four directors for the period of
three yeara, and the transaction of such
other business as may properly come
before the meeting.
E. D. SWEENEY, President.
T. J. MEDILL, Secretary.
You are often out of sorts, your body
lacks energy, your nerves are weak,
bad taste in your mouth; why not help
nature by taking Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. Tea or tablets, 35c. T.
II. Thomas pharmacy.
We have Placed
on Sale a Big Lot
AGAIN IS VICTOR
Ardo Mitchell Defeats Warren
Dickinson in Golf
CONTINUES IN GOOD FORM
W. D. Mixter Also Survives and Both
Meet New Opponents in
Des Moines. Iowa. July Ardo
Mitchell of Rock Island, again play
ing in great, form, yesterday defeated
Warren iJiskensen. one :f the strong
est bidders for championship honoi -t
in the Iowa golf tournament. Tlii
match was the feature of the day, as it.
was realized that the outcome woul I
likely decide which of the two wn-ild
ultiinuiely become champion of Iowa.
Mitchell mate-lit d with Arthur Gor
don of the Ilypeiion club today. If tlx?
Rock Island golfer survives to the final
match he is likely to have for his oppo
nent Champion II. H. Ferguson of Ce
dar Rapids, who also won his ganio
jesterday, defeating B. (J. Guinand of
Des Moines. W. B. Mixter of Rock In
land, also defeated his adversary yes
terday. I'nlrtiiKM for 'l'oliy.
The pairings for today are as follow.-:
McKee. Des Moines and Fink
bine. Des Moines; P.. G. Guiand, Des
Moines and Ferguson, Cedar Rapids;
Ardo Mitchell. Rock Island and Gordon,
To.va City, plajing for Hyperion club,
Des Moiins; Adams, Des Moines an 1
Mixter, Rock Island.
Old Chronic Sores.
As a dressing for old chronic sores
th re !- nothing so good as Chamber
l;i iii's Salve. While it is not advisable
to heal old sores entirely, they shoul 1
! kept in a good condition for which
this salves is especially valuable. For
sale by ii 1 1 hading druggi-ls.
is to fiis family first, then
bis I r lends.
What obligation requires a
man to give personal security
for his friends, and thus imperil
his family's welfare ?
Corporate Bonds, as furnished
by the American Surety Com
pany of New York, are in
every way superior to Personal
Sureties, and are rapidly su
Don't assume an unnecessary
risk because of a mistaken idea
When asked to sign a bond, do
your friend a service by putting
him in communication with the
of 17ew York
Capital and Surplus 4, 800,000
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forrt hlx'k Win. V. Miurkrr, At4
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