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So No On e is at Fault for Losing
"Yesterday's Game With
LATTER 'EARNED A VICTORY
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Wilder Had Indian Sign on the Island
'H ; ers and Oubs Hod it on V .;,!
- RESULTS YESTERDAY. ,
Rock Island, tr; Dabuode; V
" Cedar Rapids, 1; 'Davenport, 0 (13
Springfield, 7; Peoria, 6 (13 in
nings). : Bloomington, 3; Decatur, 2.
Decatur,' GJ "Bloomington; 5.
Rock Island at Cedar Rapids.
- Dubutfue at Davenport. w
Decatur at Springfield.
Bloomington at Peoria.
There is no use trying to explain
why we lost the game yesterday. We
never won it. and that is all there is
to it. Mr. Wilder seemed to have the
necessary goods, while those; of Mr.
Kostal,"' if present, were lioT delivered
In sufficient quantities to save the day.
When the home team had men on
base as they bad at a number of times'
during the game, the best'batters al
ways failed to get a semblance of a
hiU : On. the other hand, when the-Min-ers
had1 men -oh base1 and' when -they
didn't they seemed to have no great
amount of trouble in connecting safe
ly'i . Dubuque may have had the bene
fit of . close decision or two on the
part of the umpire, but they did not
Rock Island played an errorless
game and had easily the best of it in
this respect. They did not-fall down
badly anywhere Save' at 'bat "and1 the'
best of them do that with moro or less
frequency. True, they may hive seem
ed somewhat lacking in ginger but
any team opposed to-- Dubuque when,
the latter is winning' would be In"' the
same fix. The Dubs, beaded byToin
Stark, were more than the ginger yes
terday. They were th mustard - or
even the cayenne pepper ' It" could
hardly be expected that ; the home
team could be all of these, especially
when they did not get ' a hit till the
third inning and never had more than
one safe one in an inning-." .
Bany to Get Men Oa .
Dubuque had a man on la every in
ning save the seventh and eighth, but
they did not score till the fourth.
Then Bosse hit. for one and scored on
McFarland's double. -'In the' "fifth
Blackburn started ' with a bjt, David
son walked and singles- in succession
by Hadley. Reagan and Bosse brought
in three. The other run in the sixth
earner on a single by Stark and a bit
by Wilder after two-men were ouL '?
0 The .crowd' took visMid with Keefe
for calling Reagan safe in the fifth.
and afterward went after him some.
Reitz was put out of business in try
ing to stop Rudd's line drive in the
fifth. He caught it on his gloved hand
but the ball tore the member open and
went on. The accident necessitated a
number of changes in the lineup.
Score of game:
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. H. P. A. E.
Carlisle, cf .... 4 '0 0 2 0 0
Wanner, 2b 4 0 3 2 5 0
Swalm, rf ... 4 0 0 0 0 0
Vandine. 3b ...... . 4 0 0 0 2 0
Dowers, If 3 0 1 0 0 0
Rudd. lb .. 4 0 0 19 1 0
Cook, ss 3.0:1 0 C 0
McConnell, c . . . 3 0 a 3 1 0
Kostal, p 3 ft' A 1 7 0
Total 32 0 5 27 22 0
DUBUQUE. AB. R. H. P. A. E.
Davidson, If 3 I 2 0 0 0
Hadley, ss .... 5 1 1 5 3 1
Reagan, cf 3 114 0 0
Bosse, lb 4 12 10 0 0
McFarland. rf 4-0.2 0 0 0
Stark, c-2b . ...3 11.5 51
Reitz, 3b 2 0 0 0 1 0
Hanna. c ....10 0- 2 1 0
Blackburn, 2b-3b ... 4 0 11 1 0
Wijder, p 4 0 1 0 1 0
: Total ...33 5 11 27 12 2
Score by Innings: .
Rock Island ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Dubuque ....0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 5
I Bases on balls Off Kostal, 2. Two
base hits Wanner, McFarland. Struck
out By Kostal, 2; by WHldef, 5. Time
1:40: ' Umpire Keefe. : ' '
' Diamond Do(.
Jeering the "home team,' and address
ing' them with taunting remarks as
some "of the allegedj witsf did from the
grandstand yesterday,' does 'not evince
the spirit of a sportsman and it is not
necessary to add, does not do the
players anr good. It Is, in fact, the
most effective method of taking the
vim out of theJ boys and encouraging
that "don't care" spirit that brings the
game to a speedy death. vSuch tactics
ought to be left for the 'spectators
from Davenport. The Islanders have
been playing" an exceptionally" clean
game of late. - They have not made an
error in. four games and. .have won
for of the last five contests.
,Wonder what Umpire Keefe would
have done with a policeman If one had
responded to bis calls when the bleach
era hissed hjm " because of . their dis
satisfaction over his. decision in the
play when Reagan was called safe at
first Keefe is one of, the, best um
pires the Three-Eye . league has had,
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but like all mortals he sometimes
-The Rock Island management ought
at least to Be able to furnish'Kostil
a cap in harmony with those worn by
the other players. -
Hanna's imitations of Stark yester
day came near being sickening. Stark's
antics are so original and good natur
ed that they cause much merriment
and aside from that Stark is- a clever
and a popular player.But ,Hanaas
attempts f all far .short and are. about
as coarse as bis playing. i: i Hanna' Is
not. only an Aleck, but a cheap1 one. at
that. -' . " v.- . '-i
Oae Hub In IS lanlng-a.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Sept. 8. Until
the 13th inning neither side was able
to score, both Ford and. Baker dqtng
brilliant work. Shaw's single and
steal, followed byj Ball's single; then
gave Cedar Rapids the winning run
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P. A. E.
Boyle. If 0 0 2 0 0
Oakes, c 01 5 0 0
Shaw, rf l 3 0 0 0
Ball, ss 0 2 3 4 0
Ronan.' 2b 0 1 7 4 0
Berry.ic 0 0 12 1 1
LIzzett, lb 0 110 0 0
Spencer, 3b 0 2 0 0 0
Ford, p 9 0 0 2 0
Total , 1 10 39 11 1
DAVENPORT. R. H. P. A. E.
Fleming, If 0 1 4 0 0
Walters, ss 0 1 1 3 0
Harrod, 3b 0 0 4 3 0
Curtis, 2b " 0 0 3 0 0
Lewis, cf ..:...0 0 3 0 0
Saxton, rf 0 1 1 0 0
EuL lb 0 0 7 0 0
Nleman, c . ,-d- 0 15" 3 1
Baker, p 0 0 0 1 0
Total 0 3. 38 10 1
' Score"' by Innings:
Cedar Rapids .00000000000011
Davenport . ..0000000000000 0
Struck out By Ford. 10; by Baker,
11. Bases on balls Off Ford, 1; off
Baker. 3. Hit by pitcher By Baker,
1. Time 1:55. Umpire O-'Connell.'
" " Senator. Win In. 13th.
Peoria, 111.', "Sept." '8'. After a sensa
tional home- run - by .Thlery . in the
eighth. Inning, tying the score, 6 to 6.
the game'!with the Senators .went to
the 13th' Inning, the spell being broken
by' the Senators after five" innings of
sensational play. Jaeger pitched fault
less ball. Score: ,-":T'-1 '
PEORIA. R. H. P. A. E.
Thiery," rf 1 2 it"H 0
Lauder, If 0 1 2 0 0
Graham, cf 0 1 i 0' 0
Bewar, 3b I 1 2 3 ' ,0
Buelow, lb 1 2 14 0 1
Egan. 2b !. 1 2 - G 7 2
Raymond, ss 0 2 5 4 0
Simon; -c- l' 1 C 3 0
Jaeger, p I 2 1 2 0
Total 6 14 39 19 3
SPRINGFIELD. R.1L P. A.'E.
Ruby. If" 1 3 3 0 0
Donnelly cf 11 4 0 0
Novacek, rf 2 1 2 0 0
Cameron, lb 1 418 1 0
Scharnweber, ss . . 1 2 4 7 1
Burg; 3b .V. ......... . 0 1 0-3 0
Martin, 2b 0 1 4 5 0
LUdwig, c 0 3 4' 1 0
Moore, p 1" 1 0" 1 0
KlnseUa, p 0 0 0 2 0
Total 7 17 39 20 1
Score by Innings:
Peoria . . : ... .0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 C
Two" base hits Lauder, Novacek,
Ludwig. Home run Thiery. Bases
on balls Off Jaeger, 2; off Moore, 4.
Double play Martin to Cameron. Um
pire Hotter. Time 2:20. Attend
Even Break at BloonilnRtoo.
Bloomington, 'HLj Sept. 8. Bloom
ington and Decatur broke even in a
double header. The first game was a
pitchers' battle, Wright having the bet
ter of it. The second was marked by
weak support of Thorsen and weak
hitting by Bloomington with men on
bases. Bomar struck out the side in
the 11th after being hit for a single
and a double. Scores: ' R. H. E.
Bloomington' ..002 00 010 3" 9 i
Decatur " ..... .0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Z 9 1
Batteries Wright and Wilson; Sy
fert and O'Connor.
Bloom'gton 0030000200 05 14 3
Decatur . . .0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 C 9 0
Batteries Thorsen and Wilson; Bo
mar and Pierce. Umpire Wheelock. !
TROTTING RECORD BROKEN
Time for Two Miles Reduced by 13
- - 8econds. - "''' ' ''
- Lewiston, Me., SepU 8. In an exhi
bition at the state fair grounds yester
day, the stallion Maseonma? (by . Ari-;
en) broke the world's . two mile trot
ting record for a half mile track, re
ducing the time from 4:59 to 4:46.
Jean Pope for Coach,
Jean. .Pope. "who was the star in the
Illinois-Chicago game last fall, will
probably be the coach of the Mollne
high school eleven this fall. : lie ' has
been offered the position. ' ' r
Starving to Death.
Because her' stomach was so weak
ened by useless drugging that she'
could not eat, Mrs.' Mary H. Walters,
of St. Clair Street, Colnmby3;Qhio-.,'
was literally starving to ' death. She
writes: '"My stomach was so weak
frbm tiseless drugs that 1 coujd not eat,
and my nerves so wrecked that I could
not sleep;, and not before I was give?
up to die was I -induced to try Electri
Bitters; with the' wonderful result ; t"h$t
fan proyement began at onc.e, aW""i
complete 'cure foirowed, Best health
tonic "on. earth. ' 5pc. Guarhtee by
Hartz ' : Ullemeyer, drusslsja. " " t
ISS C10TT WINS
Defeats Mrs. C P- Sjcinner for
Women's Golf Champion
WQN IU 18IH HOLE, TWO UP
Mrs. N. D. Ely Wins Consolation Cup,
'Defeating Miss Mary Seller, 4 v
to Play The Cards.4
Championship Miss Elizabeth Nfltt
defeated Mrs. C. P. Skinner;"2' up.
Consolation Mrs. N. D. Ely defeat
ed Miss Mary Seiler 4 up 3 to play. : !
, In the finals of the women's cham
piodFhlji golf tournament of the Rock
Island Arnal Golf club yesterday af
terucrm, Miss Elizabeth Nott defeated
Mrs. C. P. Skinner 2 up, and won the
championship cup," while the consola
tion trophy fell to Mrs. N. D. Ely, who
defeated Miss Mary Seller, 4 up 3 to
play. 1 he afternoon '8 play was fine,
the --weaher being perfect for golf.' A
gallery of about a hundred and fifty
spectators watched the games, and. en
couraged the players. Mrs. Skinner
was 5 t,own at the end of the first
round, losing the first, second, fourth,
fifth ' seventh and ninth, and winning
t'ie ih'id and tying the sixth and
Improves la Second.
In the second 'round Mrs. Skinner
i-..ok a decided brace, and won the see
on '. third, fourth, sixth and eighth,
k-s.Bg the first and ninth, and halving
the fifth and' seventh. The match was
not finished until the 18th green wad
played, Mrs. Skinner being but 1 down
at the end of the 17th hole. Miss Nott
took the last hole 5 to 7, thereby win
ning the cup.
.Mrs. N. D. Ely outplayed Miss Mary
Seiler, a less experienced player,
in' a close match for 'the ' consolation
cup.' Miss Seiler played an excellent
game, but her opponent's experience
counted greatly to her advantage.
"',' The Card.
The cards of the four contestants
wet'e:-- - '' "-'
OutAMlss Nott C97G3C54 551
Mrs. Sklnner4i. 7'.;,G 9 5 G6 4 G
In Miss! Nott 0889 4 8 54 557
Mrs. Skinner .. 77584 65 3 52
Out Mrs. Ely ..8 9 C 8 4 11 C 5 4 CI
Miss Seiler G il 8 9 5 7 7 5 6-C4
in Mrs. Ely ...8 8118 4
Miss Seiler 6 9 G 8 4 10
' I Fourth Cup.
The records of 'th'e club show that
the -title, of' champion ' won by Miss
Nott in this year's tournament is her
fourth, while Mrs.' Skinner-her oppo
nent in the final, has held the title
three times. Miss Nott this year wins
the low score medal as well' as the
championship, her score of 97. In the
tournament breaking the club record
for women's match play. Thi3 is the
first time - Miss Nott has won the low
score honor)' v ' ' ' ''
FROM THE DOPE BOX
Pitcher Jaeger of the Peoria team
Is to jo'n Columbus at the close of the
present Three Eye season.
If the league magnates take a no
tion' to enforce the 30.000. attendance
limit, Davenport will be dropped from
Davy Crockett will play no more
this season, having been called home
to' Virginia on account of the illness
of his child.
. Howard Murphy, who was cut .loose
by Decatur last week, is playing cen-.
ter field for the Louisville team. Mur
phy is plenty fast enough, for f .that
company.' r 1 - ?;'.. ,
The Peoria Journal recently print
ed a squib giving an alleged interview
with Umpire P. J. Flaherty, ; quoting
him as saying that he resigned be
cause he was required to help one
club to win a pennant at the expense
of others.' President Holland has re
ceived a letter froiri Flaherty' In whicli
he ' indignantly denies ever making
such a statement and denounces the
author. ''- ' ; : "' ' '
x The fall meeting of the Three-Eye
league was changed from Cedar Rap
Ids to Chicago with the consent of
Belderi Hill, at the Peoria gathering
on Wednesday. ' This was done to give
the magnates an opportunity to see
the post, season' games between the
major league clubs. ' The meeting will
bd held the -first Tuesday in October
and the pennant will then be formally
awafded'To .Cedar Rapids. '; There will
be no banquet given to the magnates
by the champions; as that feature was
done' away with a year ago. " 1 :
INTEREST IN LAUNCH RAGES
r- i t i p to f i l ' -- -ii
Muscatine and Clinton and Qther Out-
;' side Cities Represented.
The motor . boat and launch races
about Suburban island tomorrow after
noon' will, according to all present in
dications, be most successful. Many
entries are coming , in andKhe con
test Is awakening great interest up
and down the rrver. Clinton and Mus
catine people as well as other launch
enthusiasts up' and down - the river
who trust in the -speed qualities of
theif boats will be entered. f
New Catcher .for be Sox.
Chicaed. Sept. s 8. President? Comis-
key announced last night that he had
signed Catcher Frank. Roth of the
Milwaukee American association team
to bolster up the Whit Sox's catcbiug
department. "Roth will be a great
help td" us," said "Commy." "as he is
an experienced player and a good man
behind the bat." Roth left Minneapo
lis and. wilj; report to Comiskey at the
south side grounds today. He will
join the Sox when they return from
Detroit on Sunday.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
' ' : THREE-EYE LEAGUE.
Wi L. Pet
Cedar Rapids 7G 39 .6C1
Peoria G8 47 .591
Springfield .59 51 .631J
Dubuque 57 54 .5
ROCK ISLAND 53 64 .453
Bloomington 50 C8 ,.424
Decatur 44 C2 ,415
Davenport 45 C7 .402
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 98 32 .754
New York 82 43 .C5C
Pittsburg 81 4G .638
Philadelphia 58 C9. .457
Cincinnati 54 7G .415
Brooklyn 49 7.5 .395
St. Louis 48 82 .3G9.
Boston 41 88 .318
Cleveland .. . ..G7
Philadelphia CS 55
St. Louis 04
Washington 48 77
Boston ..: 40 8
Columbus 87 54
Milwaukee 81 Gl
Toledo 75 CG
Minneapolis 74 G7
Louisville 70 75
Kansas City 66 75
W. L. Pet.
Grand Rapids 84 45 .051
Springfield 81 53 .005
Canton 73 53 .571
Dayton 07 03 .515
Wheeling CG CO .500
Evansviile CO 71 .459
South Bend 55 75 .423
Terre Haute 37 95 .280
W. L. Pet.
Burlington 74 33 .C92
Fort Dodge G3 41 .000
Oskaloosa ... 01 47 .505
Marshalltown 58 49 .542
Keokuk .49 59 .454
Clinton 41 59 .410
Waterloo 43 08 .387
Ottumwa .. 37 70 .340
Chicago, 9; Pittsburg, 1.
St. Louis, 3; Cincinnati, 1.
Philadelphia, 1; Boston. 0.
Brooklyn, 2; New York, 4.
Boston, 4 ; Washington. 1.
New York, 3; Philadelphia, 2.
Columbus, 5; Indianapolis, 4 (14 in
nings). St. Paul, 14; Milwaukee, 9.
Minneapolis, 5; Kansas City, 2.
Toledo," 5; Louisville, 0.
Pueblo, 7; Lincoln. G.f
Denver, 11; Omaha, 7.
Sioux City, 3; Des Moines, 2.
Terre Haute, 3; Evansviile, 2 (10 In
South Bend, 10; Grand Rapids, 4.
Springfield, 12; Dayton, 3.
' Marshalltown, 3; Fort Dodge, 1.
Clinton, 4; Waterloo, 2.
Oskaloosa. 15; Ottumwa, 4.
Burlington, 10; Keokuk, 3.
MANY FROM HERE
WILL ATTEHD FAIR
Good Races and Big Agricultural DIs
1 play Will Attract Hundreds to
Joslin Next Week.
Rock Island and Moline day at the
Rock Island county fair next Thurs
day is expected to attract ah unusual
ly; large attendance from the tri-cities.
The Burlington has made special rates
and will run a special train which will
leave here In. the morning at 9:30, ar
riving at Joslin at 10:30. Returning
the train will arrive here at C:30 in
the evening." ' ' '
iThe fact "that the management has
spared no pains for the "success of the
fair this year is assurance of one of
the best agricultural exhibits and race
meetings ever held by the fair associa
tion, and the Indications are for a
good attendance, judging from the in
terest manifested throughout the coun
ty. ' , The grounds have been generally
Improved and the race track placed in
fine condition. The amusement fea
tures are : Interesting and the abund
ant crops of this year give promise of
an excellent agricultural display. The
raclng'en tries are full and strong com
petition is expected. Baseball games
will be played each morning at 11
o'clock and some of the fastest bush
players in the county will be seen on
CLOTHES for the BOYS
Are Showing the
BEST MADE BOYS' SUITS
$2.00, $5.00. $4.00. $5.00
Our Tearabout Suits at $5
The New Fall Topper Coats
and Watersheds are Here.
SHOWS HIS GLASS
Ardo Mitchell of Championship
Caliber Though Not a
IN THE GOLF TOURNAMENT
Falls Before D. E. Sawyer Who Is
Left With Warren K. Wood in
D. E. Sawyer of Wirt? aton or Warren
K. Wood of Home wood, both Chicago
clubs, will be the next western golf
champion. The issue will be decided
in the finals at Glen Echo, St. Louis,
today. Both survived the semi-finals
yesterday afternoon. Sawyer disposing
of Dr. D. P. Fredericks of Oil City 1 up
and Wood defeating Sprague Abbott,
champion of Nebraska, 4 up 3 to play.
I.uxra In Momiuif Hound.
Ardo Mitchell was defeatt-d in the
morning round by Sawyer. The Rook
Island player did not show as good
form as he had in earlier matches.
The scores of the mornm-; rounds
Warren K. Wood. llonu?vood, de
feated Siuart G. Sticknoy, St. Loulu,
3 up 1 to play.
Sprague Abbott, Omaha, defeated
Richard Kimball. Glen Echo. 1 up. 19
p. E. Sawyer, Wheaton. defeated
Ardo Mitchell, Rock Island, 4 up 2 to
Dr. D. P. Fredericks, Oil City. Ta..
defeated W. C. Fownes, Jr., Pittsburg,
2 up 2 to play.
Mitchell's and Sawyer's; card fol
low: Sawyer Out . .4 5 4 3 5 4 5 4 4 3S
Milehell Out .4 5 4 4 5 4 0 5 340
Sawyer in ...544434 4 0 43870
Mitchell In ...4 355 44 5 5 5 40 SO
WILL BE AT STAKE
Clack Hawks and Hubs Piay Call for
Championship cf Two
The twin-city amateur cbamp'onship
will be at stake in the game tomorrow
afternoon at the Watch Tower base
ball park between the Black Hawks
( f this city and the Hubs of Moline.
There will also be a purse of $25 up.
The contest will begin at 2:30. The
Black Hawks will , have their usual
lineup with Allen and McCormick in
the points. The lineup of the Hubs
will' be as follows: McGanu, c; Piorce.
lb; Murrln, 2b; Cline, ss; Lundberg.
Cb; Ramsey, rf; Terkolson, cf; Price,
If; Bell, p.
WAS A VERY SICK BOY.
But Cured by Chamberlain's Colic,
ChoJera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"When my boy was 2 years old he
had a very severe attack of bowel com
plaint, but by the use of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and 'Diarrhoea Remedy
we brought him out air right. says
Maggie Hlckox of Midland, Mich., This
remedy can be depended upon in the
most severe case3. Even cholera in
faatum is cured by it. Follow the plain
fain. For sale by all leading drug
printed directions and a cure is cer
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nights restless, kidney anl liver trou
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low vitality. HoUIster's Rocky Moun
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tablets, 35 cents. T. JI. Thomas' phar
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Of fall and winter frabrics can
be selected the proper weigh;,
grade and pattern in cloths for
medium and heavy top coats,
units, waistcoats and groupers.
Your order placed today for
later delivery means a wide
choice from the largest stock of
really fine InijKirted and doin''K
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