Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1906.
Amid style and luxury your
judgment is often injudicious
but when it comes to purchasing
jewelry that is handsome and
attractive, you are making a
splendid selection by purchasing
such articles here.
We are noted critics for style
and beauty. You will find any
watch, diamond ring, or other
fineries right up to your highest
expectations and fondest dreams
of what you would like them
We sell jewelry that pleases.
Opposite Harper House.
If You Want
WORKED INTO YOUR
CLOTHES; if you want your
own ideas carried out, tben order
that next suit here. No uncer-
i tainty about the tailoring. Ev
erything is done according to the
dictates of skill and experience.
In our tailoring, the most fastidi-
ous and critical men find their
ideas and tastes cleverly defined.
A new line of summer suitings
now being shown.
1817 Second Avenue. &
For Your jj
WE CAN FURNISH THE LAT
EST DESIGNS AND BEST MA
TERIAL IN ICE CREAM AND
SIVE US YOUR NEXT OR
DER. WE WILL BE SURE TO
Cjiarles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co. Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co. New York
yLgricnltnral Ins. Co. New York
Traders Ins. Co. ...Chicago, 111.
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
.New Hampshire Ins. Co. . N. Hampshire
North German Ins. Co. New York
Gecnrity Ins. Co. ... .New Haven, Conn.
tns.Co.State of Illinois... Rockford,IlL
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Connecticut
1 ' Office, room S. Buford block. Ratea
is low as consistent with security "
I Thedon't crack quick." A I VVli
! I Made with -UNOCORD" I fV?k V1 2&&Z?F Sk
If buttonholes that hold. 11 32&vV- TJT'.TM
J rail Shrunk. PTGOSS Jffif'f'mvJ
II H sizes if you want them. 11 Lw "Qf 'pTdfAntJi
l 2 foe 23 cents. V2&l V; " djgOyC
If r GEO. P. IDE & CO.. Makers --" - ij&&??ZL V
SCORE WAS 2 TO 3
Rock Island Had Short End of it
in Pitcher's Battle at
PBIOGES AGAIN EFFECTIVE
Wilson a Worthy Opponent Home
Team's Long Hits Cut a
Rock Island, 2; Cedar Rapids. C.
Davenport, 1; Dubuque, 0 (10 in
nings). Bloornington", C; Peoria, 2.
Springfield, 5; Decatur, 2. -
Springfield at Rock Island.
Davenport at Bloomington.
Decatur at Cedar Rapids.
Dubuque at Peoria.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, July 20. Fred
Bridges did it again yesterday. For
the second time in the Rock Island
Cedar Rapids series he had the former
team guessing, though successfully
connected with in the eighth for two
runs. Wilson opposed him and was
also in fine form, getting away even in
hits and being ahead on strikeouts.
It was a fine game all the way
through and no scores were made until
the fourth inning, when Berry placed
one beyond third base. Wills' three
bagger brought him home. In the fifth
Bridges started the proceedings with a
hit to right field. Davis boosted him
ahead with a bunt and Oakes coaxed
a pass. Then Shaw brought home Bridg
es and Oakes with his three- bagger.
That was all for the Rabbits.
How Inlander Scored.
The visitors made one in the sixth
when McConnell drew a pass, went to
third on Ronan's error and scored on
Swalm's single. They made another
in the eighth when Wilson started with
a two bagger, went to third on Car
lisle's single and scored on Wanner's
long fly to Davis. Score:
ROCK ISLAND. R. II. P. A. E.
Swalm, rf 0 1 1 0 0
Carlisle, cf 0 1 1 0 0
Wanner, 2b 0 0 1 4 0
Vandine, 3b 0 0 1 2 1
Walters. If 0 0 1 0 0
Rudd, lb 0 19 0 0
Cook, ss 0 2 3 0 1
McConnell. c 1 0 G 1 0
Wilson, p ;" 1 1 1 2 0
Total 2 C 24 9 2
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. II. P. A. E.
Davis, If 0 1 3 0 0
Oakes, cf 1 0 4 0 0
Shaw, rf 0 2 10 0
Ball, ss 0 0 1 5 0
Ronan, 2b 0 0 0 3 1
Berry, c 1 1 2 1 0
Wills, lb 0 1 14 0 0
Spencer, 3b 0 0 2 3 0
Bridges, p 11 0 1 0
Total 3 C 27 13 1
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 0000101 02
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 3
Stolen base Shaw. Two base hit
Wilson. Three base hits Wills. Shaw.
Struck out By Wilson, 4. Bases on
balls Off Bridges, 1; off Wilson, 4.
Time of game 1:25. Umpire Fla
herty. Kul Iloldn Dnbuq. e Down.
Eul pitched a great 10-inning game
at Davenport, holding Dubuque down
to two hits, one a scratch hit to the in
field and the other a misjudged fly in
the outfield. In the 10th Harrod sin
gled, was sacrificed to second by Ben
nett and scored on Nieman's single.
DAVENPORT. R. II. P. A. E.
Boyle. 2b 0 1 3 2 0
Ramey. rf 0 0 1 0 0
Crockett, lb 0 0 11 0 0
Burg, ss .0 1 1 2 0
Curtis, cf 0 1 0 0 0
Harrod. 3b 1 1 1 5 1
Bennett, If . 0 0 4 0 0
Nieman, c 0 1 8 1 0
Eul, p 0 0 1 3 0
Total 1 5 30 13 1
DUBUQUE. R. II. P. A. E.
Davidson, If .0 0 1 0 0
Hadley, ss 0 1 1 5 0
McFarland, rf 0 1 2 0 0
Bosse, lb 0 0 14 3,1
co if -zr sv
l W MI' til " '
LC ROV. N.V
With a Quart of m&k and a pack&ss
of Jcll-O Ice Cream Powder any ono can
.make two quart of Delicious Ico Cream
la 10 minutes.
2 package for 25c at Grocers or
by m41. When orderioi by riil
' A end uma xf tirocer. - '
'GENESEE PUSS FOOD CO, LEK0T. II.
Reagan, cf ; 0 0 10 0
-Blackburn. 2b 0 0 2 5 0
Reitz, 3b 0 0 0 1 0
Stark, c 0 0 5 1 0
Swalm, p..... o 0 2 2 0
Total o 228 17 1
One out when winning run was
Score by innings:
Davenport .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Dubuque 0 00000000 0 0
Two base hit McFarland. Sacrifice
hits Harrod, Bennett. Bases on balls
Off Eul. 4; off Swalm, 2. Struck out
By Eul, 8; by'Swalm, 5.. Stolen bas
esBurg. Curtis,- Davidson. Hit by
pitcher Bosse. 'Wild pitch Eul. Time
1:50. Umpire Hoffer.
Sehnrnle Stole Home.
Springfield, 111.. July 20. Scharnweb-
er s steal of home plate in the .eighth
inning was the only feature of the
game. The score:
SPRINGFIELD. R. II. P. A. E
Ruby, If 2 0 2 0 0
Donnelly, cf 0 0 1 0 0
Noyaeek, rf 0 1 0 0 0
Cameron, lb 0 0 15 0 0
Burg, 3b 0 1 0 .4 0
Scharnweber, ss 1 0 0 3 1
Smith. 2b l l 2 3 1
Ludwig. c 0 0 6 0 0
Kinsella, p l 0 1
Total 5 3 27 15 2
DECATUR. R. H. P. A. E
Murphy. If l 2 3 0 0
Lewee, 2b l l 3 1
Swacina. cf 0 0 1
Purtell, 3b ." 0 1 1
Kuhu, lb 0 0 9
Fleming, rf 0 0 0
Bryette, ss 0 0 1
O'Connor, c . 0 0 5
Alderman, p 0 0 0 2 0
Syfert. p 0 0 0 0 0
Bittrolff, p 0 0 1 10
Total 2 4 24 12 1
Score by innings:
Springfield 13000001 5
Decatur 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Stolen bases Scharnweber. Smith
Two base hits Purtell, Smith. Bases
on balls Off Alderman. 1; off Syfert,
3; off Bittrolff. 2; off Kinsella, 1. Hit
by pitched ball By Alderman, 2; by
Bittrolff, 1. Struck out By Alderman,
1: by Bittrolff. 3; by Kinsella. 5. Time
of game 1:40. Umpire Carruthers
Ilunehed 'Em on Iloaeh.
Peoria, 111., July 20. Bloomington
bunched hits in two innings on the vet
teran Roach and won easily from
Raymond, ss . .
R. II. P. A. E
Total 2 5 27 13 3
BLOOMINGTON. R. H. P. A. E
Snyder, ss 0
Gray, cf 0
Herbert, 3b 2
Conners, If 2
Beck, rf 1 1 4
Vogel, 2b 0 1 2
Smith, lb 0 0 16
Wilson, c 0 0 0
Christian, p 1 1 0
Total C 7 27 15 2
Score by innings:
Peoria 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2
Bloomington 0 0 0 3 0 0.0 3 0 G
Two base hits Egan, Herbert. Three
base hit Beck. Sacrifice hit Snyder,
Struck out By Roach, C. Passed ball
Wilson. Double play Wilson to
Smith. Umpire Wheelock. Time -1:25.
GOOD GOLF PLAYING RULE
Excellent Scores in Illinois Tourna
ment Now On at Galesburg.
Galesburg, 111., July 20. Excellent
golf was the rule yesterday in the cen
tral Illinois golf tournament The fea
ture was the close match between Ar
nold of Galesburg and Bunn of Spring
field in the championship flight, Bunn
winning at tht 21st hole. Summary of
the championship contest follows:
Third round Osborn, Jacksonville,
defeated Wilcox, Bloomington, 2 up, 1
to play;' Walcott, Quincy, won from
Barnes. Decatur, by default; Bunn,
Springfield, defeated Arnold, Gales
burg, 1 up, 21 hoies; Espey, Bloom
ington, defeated L. D. Nord, Jackson
ville, 1 up; McMien. Quincy, won from
McLaughlin. Champaign, by default;
Spurlock, Jacksonville, won from Spen
cer. Bloomington, by default; Switzer,
Galesburg, defeated Ricketts. Spring
field, 5 up. 3 to play; Sinnock, Quincy,
defeated Keene, Quincy, 1 up.
Fourth round Osborn, Jacksonville,
defeated Walcott. Quincy, 1 up; Bunn.
Springfield, defeated Espey, Blooming
ton, 4 up, 3 to play; McMien. Quincy,
defeated Spurlock, Jacksonville, C up,
5 to play; Switzer, Galesburg, defeat
ed Sinnock. Quincy, 8 up. G to play.
In theNil Desperadum contest Oak
ley, Baker, and Bartlett, all of Quincy,
are fn the seml-flnals. In the Na Moo
kle Doon cup the winners were Loose,
Springfield; Mahaffy, Bloomington;
Brown, Springfield, and McKee, Deca
tur, who play the semi-finals today.
Haskin of Quincy won the approach
ing and putting contest and Oakley of
Quincy won the putting contest.
In the tennis tournament singles Hol
land of Galesburg defeated Fletcher,
Galesburg, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3. Fletcher yes
terday won the association champion
Beat &. Schmitt.
Fine tailoring. Illinois theater build
ing. . ' " "
OT IS REFUSED
Governor .Deneen Declines to Is
sue Requisition for
STATE'S ATTORNEY NOTIFIED
Action of Governor is Based on Opin
ion and Recommendation of the
In a letter received today at State's
Attorney J. K. Scott's office, Governor
Deneen states that he declines to Issue
a requisition on the -governor of Iowa
for Mrs. Ann Catherine Otto of Daven
port on a charge of perjury in connec
tion with the noted Otto-Schmid cases.
The governor heard the matter of the
application for a requisition yesterday,
and based his ruling in the case on the
recommendation of Attorney General
W. H. Steadv Governor Deneen en
closes the opinion of the attorney gen
eral in his letter to Mr. Scott.
lttH'OmiiiriMlntlon of Stead.
The opinion is quite lengthy, and
gives in detail the situation and condi
tions here that led u pto the applica
tion for the requisition. Mr. Stead, in
concluding his statement, gives the
following facts as the reasons for rec
onimending the refusal of the requisi
tion: The master in chancery found
the right of the case to rest with Mrs
Otto, and the master's finding was sus
tained by the decree of the circuit
court. The grand jury of Rock Island
county declined to return an indict
ment against Mrs. Otto, but did return
a true bill against Mrs." Schmid for
the larceny of the money ordered turn
ed over by the court, this indictment
being now pending. Mrs. Schmid is
now in confinement on an order of the
court for contempt in that she did not
give sufficient reason why she did not
obey the order of the court.
After setting forth these facts, At
torney General Stead recommends to
the governor not to issue the request.
FR0HJHE DOPE BOX
Davenport is playing at Morrison to
V.'o doff our caps to Beldcn Hill. He's
.;it..!(f; to all he has.
Peoria papers express doubt that
Carruthers is a bttrr umpire than
This is an ofT day and the Islanders
s.ie having a rest. Tomorrow Spring
Johnny Carr, who was sold by In
dianapolis to Springfield in the Central
league, refused to report and says he
will join the outlaws in Vermont.
Peoria Journal: The Bloomington
team, while by no means a poor one,
is showing signs of discouragement,
and is playing regular tailend baseball.
A iejiort became current today that
we are to have Flaherty again. Merci
ful Providence forbid. We want a se
ries of ball games, not a series of um
piring. Decatur has taken on another pitch
er in the person of Harry Shepherd,
late of the Western league. If he does
not make good now. it is the plan to
plant him somewhere in the Iowa
league- to ripen.
Decatur Review: 'i'Je Decatur man
agement Is in correspond nee with the
Davenport management and has a hope
that in the general shake-up that is
of Hew York
is the largest Company in the
world whose sole business it is
to furnish Suretyship Bonds.
It does not engage in hank
or trust business, but limits all
its operations to the broad field
This limitation, with its
large capital and surplus of
$4,800,000, makes its signa
ture on a bond far stronger
than any personal security that
can be offered.
The fact that the American
Bankers' Association have
selected this Company as the
sole guarantor of the money
orders now being issued on
their form, shows its standing
with the leading financiers of
"When required to give secur
ity, whether in the shape of a
fidelity, official, court, contract,
probate or license bond, apply to
AMERICAN 8CREXY CO. OF SEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus 4,800,000
Lndolph & Reynolds, Attfn Bn
ford block t Wm. C. Maneker, Aart
Maaonle tempi.. Wm. K. Moore,
Atty- Chae block, Moilnei Edw.
S. Sktnaer, Art- 1505 Fifth. Ave
promised on Petie Burg's nine some
deals to the advantage of both clubs
can be made. .Davenport has iome
thing Decatur wants and perhaps Deca
tur has something Davenport can use.
Manager Egan of the Burlington club
is confident of winning the Iowa league
pennant this year, and he has develop
ed plans for an Iowa championship se
ries after the close of the season with
either Des Moines, which he figures
will win the Western league pennant,
or Cedar Rapids or Dubuque, one of
which he expects to carry off the hon
ors in the Three-Eye.
Ottumwa Courier: Tiie awful drub
bing the Ottumwa baseball team re
ceived yesterday at the hands of the
Burlington Pathfinders can be directly
traced to the action of Pitcher Roy Con
verse. Yesterday was the day Con
verse had been scheduled to pilch his
last game in league ball, as he was in
tending to go to Woodstock, 111., and to
work for the Oliver Typewriter com
pany. Instead of doing as he agreed,
however, he drew his pay and skipped
late in the afternoon; so late that no
man was prepared to go into the box,
and just to fill the slab Clayton was put
in to save the regulars' arms. The ac
tion of Converse was wholly unlooked
for, especially so as he knew the Ot
tumwa team Is already in such a crip
pled condition. Negotiations are now
in progress for new men to fill the vacancies.
IN CLUB'S SHOOT
Ail membership Tournaments in Fu
ture to Be for Trophy Cup cf Bal
In the regular membership shoots at
the range near the Watch Tower yes
terday, Donaldson took the honors of
the Rock Island Gun club, scoring 2a
and 20 in the two shoots. Eberhart
tied with Donaldson in the second
shoot with 20, and in the first Sperry
was second man with 20. Hereafter
all membership contests of the club
will be trophy tournaments for the
Ballistite cup. Following are the
Fccres of yesterday:
FIRST SHOOT, 25 BIRDS.
West bay : 19
SECOND SHOOT, 25 BIRDS.
Ken worthy 11
8ASEBALL AT NIGHT
LIKE THE INDOOR GAME
(Vtoline and Cherokee Indians at Island
City Park Tonight Former Won
The Mollne Independents defeated
the Cherokee Indians in their new nov
elty, baseball by electric light, last
right at the Moline athletic park by a
s.-ore ff S to 7. The game itself is
rcnicv.-li.it similar to the indoor gam;
end is j vrely a novelty and not much
of an ex.itition from a baseball point
of view. The bases are closer togeth
er und the ball is much larger than the
oi'.e used in the national game. The
rules arc much different. It is neces
sary to be hit four time with the ball
in order to get a "walk."
The gan c with the independents last
evening was featureless and only pro
vided cn-.urement for the spectatois
Both tc'HM made numerous errors' on
account of the bulk of the ball. The
Ind'ans will play the Independents to
night at Island City park.
At the afternoon game Moline de
leated the Indians 4 to 3 in 10 innings.
SHOWER OF EGGS FOR UMPIRE
Game at Minneapolis Breaks Up in
Riot Players Fined Heavily.
Minneapolis, Minn., July 20. Yester-
day's game between Minneapolis and
Columbus got no further than the first
strike owing to a demonstration
against Umpire Owens, who was near
ly mobbed Wednesday after an unpopu
Yesterday there was a monster at
tendance, and when Owens appeared
he was greeted with a volley of eggs.
One of them hit him on the head and
he left the grounds after one strike
had been delivered, saying he was hurt.
The game was not formally called off
-President u tin en or tae American
association dealt out fines to five mem
bers of the Minneapolis team who par
ticipated in the assault on Umpire
Owen; First Baseman Freeman and
Short Stop Oyler were fifKsl $50 each
and suspended for seven days. Fielder
Davis and Captain Fox were fined $50
and Pitcher Ford was assessed $25.
The directors of the Minneapolis
team declared this action by O'Brien
was a deliberate attempt to weaken the
Minneapolis team and today secured
a temporary Injunction preventing the
enforcement of the 'suspension of Free
man and Oyler pending the hearing.
Tied down to his desk in the office,
While others are free and at play.
Papa fancies lie i having a vacation.
While drinking Rocky Mountain Tea.
j T. H. Thomas' Pharmacy.
Twice a Year We Have a
Wait for the Great
PANTS CLEARING EVENT
"The House That Makes Good."
RECORD OF LEAGUES
W. L. Pet.
Cedar Rapids 42 24 .G3G
Springfield 20 .594
Dubuque SS 30 .5.9
Peoria 3G 32 .529
ROCK ISLAND 32 37 .464
Decatur 28 37 .431
Davenport 27 38 .415
Mloomington 2(5 42 .3S2
New York .
Pittsburg . . .
Cincinnati . .
St. Louis . . .
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia .y 4S 31 .GS
Cleveland 43 32 .G00
New York 47 32 .595
Chicago 45 30 .55G
Detroit 42 38 .525
St. Louis 42 39 .519
Washington 29 51 .303
Boston 20 G2 .244
Columbus 5G 34
Milwaukee 4S 4
Minneapolis 4S 41
Toledo 40 41
Ix)uisville 45 41
Kansas City 38 49
St. Paul 3G 51
Indianapolis 33 53
Chicago, 2; New York, 5.
Pittsburg, G; Philadelphia. 3.
Cincinnati, 2; Boston. 4.
St. Louis, 3: Brooklyn. G (15 in
nings). AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Washington, 4-3; Chicago, G O.
Philadelphia, 0; St. IxMiis, 4.
Boston, 1; Detroit, fi.
New York, 0-2; Cleveland. 5-3.
Toledo, 1; Milwaukee, 0.
St. Paul, 4; Indianapolis, 0.
South Bend, C; Wheeling, 3.
Dayton. 13; Terre Haute. 2.
Grand Rapids, 5; Canton. 0.
Springfield. 3; Evansville, 0.
Sioux City, G; Lincoln, 4.
Des Moines Denver, wet grounds.
EGAN OUT OF THE RACE
Fails to Reach Semi-Finals for Glen
Chicago, July 20. Walter E. Egan,
twice winner and present holder of tht;
Glen View cup, was defeated yesterday
in the second round of the annual tour
nament for that trophy by W. Clow, of
Onwents'a. The match was not decid
ed until the home green Lad been
reachej when a topper drive lost Egan
the 18th hole and the match. In the
semi-finals today R. B. Martin of Calu
met meets W. Clow of Onwentsia and
Warren R. Wood of Homewood met
O. Wr. Potter of the same club.
Only 82 Years Old.
"I tm only 82 years old and don't cx
pect even when I get to be real old to
feel that way as long as I can get Elec
tric Bitters." says Mrs. E. II. Brunson,
of Dublin, Ga. Surely there's nothing
else keeps the old as young and makes
the weak as strong as this grand tonic
medicine. Dyspepsia, torpid liver, In
flamed kidneys or chronic constipation
are unknown after taking Electric Bit
ters a reasonable time. Guaranteed by
Hartz & Ullemeyer, drusgists. Price
Their's is a Happy Home
Where is found the Jewel Smokeless
Generator Gasolene Stove beeaiu.o of
the trouble, annoyance an.l eonfu.-.Ion
avoided Ly the use of the style adapt
ed to your individual need.
Number 78-9S fa known as a. t;(ep
stove. haviug the step burner only
eighteen jnrhes from the Uo-ir for
convenience on wash day. The v.as'.i
boiler or oven limy In used on thli
slep leaving top of stove free for othei
ili J :
Are nil that Ij best in ga.'iolene stove
onrti ii:tio:i a;id arc made in a iiiiffi
iont variety of styles nud . sizes to
s?uit any fancy cr requin ment. We
ire showing tlm nor!, popular ones.
Won't you -0!ik in and look at tbem
whether you want to buy or not.
A Ifcn, A Ivors Sr Company
1821 Second Avenue. Rock Island. III.
r - A CHILD CAN APPLY iT j
;.':::.-!:"."-i:'.fi-.t -yt '?(
iy------. n- -'
1 e-ti-i; . DRIES, i
- . - u .,: ,: ' i
Fur ontr hr Dnvltl T)n, Itock Imlajtl
llartlwnrr eoinpnnr. John T. ISoftfcker,
! J. J. Jturit-a A Co.
COCC COC OGCCOCOOOCOCOCOCOOO
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar
and Trimmings a Specialty.
For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. Thla
stone does not wash or color
the wa!I with alkali, etc. Plana
sent us for estimates will re
ceive careful attentlca and be
returned' at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. 5 and 10 will
top and let visitors off and on.
Bridge, Stone. Corn Crib
B'ocks and Foundation Eton,
any size desired.
Samples of stone and paotoa
of buildings can be seen at
' Room 12, MitcheH i. Lynda
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager X
Rock Island or Colona, lit, '