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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. MAY 2. 1007.
THERE'S A MATERIAL SAV
ING FOR EVERY MAN IN
ROCK ISLAND WHO COMES
TO LLOYD'S FOR HIS SUP
PLY OF SPRING SHIRTS. WE
SHOW AN IMMENSE LINE AT
OTHERS AT $1.00 TO $3.50.
II A It WAX UOL'SE I1LOCK.
FOR WE WERE NEVER BET
TER PREPARED THAN NOW
TO BUILD CLOTHES FOR YOU
THAT WILL SATISFY YOU IN
EVERY PARTICULAR. OUR
STOCK OF WOOLENS WAS
NEVER LARGER NOR BET
TER SELECTED, AND WE
ARE CERTAIN THAT WE CAN
SHOW YOU JUST THE PAT
TERNS YOU WANT.
F. E. DORN.
1125 Second Ave.
Boston Made Chocolates and Bon
Bons always make a most accept
able gift. They are made ex
pressly for the fine trade, and
can be had at MATH'S FANCY
BAKERY AND CONFECTION
ERY. Try a box. They are put up
in very pretty packages. And
the contents mean quality.
1710 Second Avenue
Opens May 1
Dinner and luncheon served on
Arrangements made for dances,
card parties, and receptions.
WATCH TOWER PARK CO.
ONE ON RIGHT SIDE
Islanders Annex Opening Con
test Through All Around
BUI THREE HITS OFF NEAL
is Perfect and Even Sensa
at Times Pitcher's Drive
Breaks up Game.
Before :t crowd of 1,000 fans jester
lay aitcrnoon, iigues islanders niauu
i Hying start in the Three-Eye race of
11)07 by defeating Hill's Rabbits to Hi
une of H to 0. The day was a fair
me for baseball, although it might
lave ucen a mile warmer. .eal tos.,-
?d for the Islanders, and the way 1
wirled that sphere was about right.
le. with the help of fast fielding he
'he Rabbits to three hits. Murphy an 1
Oowers made a number of brilliah;
"atches. In the third inning Berger a:
dioit fielded a hot one from Davis'
oat that stenied almost an impossible
chance. All of the Inlanders hit weli.
Ten times they caught the ball snuar
y on the nose for either one or two
base hits. Cedar Rapids hit oniy
three times and these were only goo !
for one base, and were well scattered.
( rilUtlull litH'M t .
In the second inning, Crandall. twill
ng for the Rabbits, caught the tail i'.f
:he kite and was up in the air for mo.-'.
f the inning. Lcrger opined the in
ning with a hot one to Steverding, that
iiie third sacker was unable to negoti
ate. Dowers followed with anniiur
-izzler through the pitcher's box.
Spencer handled it, but too late 1
catch Berger at second or Dowers a;
first. Eng came up. and after foer
balls walked to first. Neal followed,
and after two strikes were called on
him, swatted the ball on the nose for a
two bagger that cinched the game fo.
the Islanders, bringing in three run
ners. Murphy came along with an
other two bagger before the side la
ired, getting a fourth run across the
Berger got around in the third af'er
another hot one down the third base
line, being helped along by a two saek-
er by Dowers. Eng tallied in the
sixth. He trotted to first on four wi.l?
ones, went to second on Neal's out an 1
chased himself home on Wanner's lin
drive that Oakes dropped and that
went for a two bagger.
Mil 1 1 I'll 111 -aOUll.
The Rabbi; s did not have at any
time a decent chance to score. In far!
they never had a man past second and
precious few reached that, station.
Generally it was one, two, three wir.li
A.BR. H. P. A.
Dowers, cf ,
Neal. i) ,
.:J4 i; 10
A.B. R. II.
Totals 27 o :; 21 17
Score by innings:
Rock Island u I 1 0 0 1 o
Cedar Rapids ...0 0 o 0 0 o o
Hits by innings:
Rock Island 13 2 1110 1
Cedar Rapids ..0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
Bases on balis Off Neal. '.
Crandall, 4. Two base hits-
Dowers, Murphy, Wanner. Double
play Berger-Tighe, Howard-Spencer.
Hit by pitched ball Stevei ding. Si ruck
out By Crandall, 5; by Neal. :1.
. w W fef iala
Passed ball Lizzette. Umpire
Wheclock. Time 1:23.
DiiMt of lir DiiiiiiiMlil.
Jack Tighe did not have his batting
eye along yesterday and he had to con
tend 'with a number of nasty throws.
But Jack has the goods and can delives
them all right. '
Murphy looks pretty good out in tic:
northwest garden. His two catches of
hard drives after long runs brought
For a youngster Berger seems yrctiy
much at home at short. He snaps
them ui somewhat like Sweeney did
and he is always in the game.
Xeal made a remarkable showing
though there is reason to believe that
he himself was somewhat surprised by
that smash that brought home throe
tallies and broke up the game. His
pitching, however, was as good a
Rock Island fans need expect to see.
Gus Eng is perfectly at home hchi.i 1
the bat. He looks better than last year
and lie never was a slouch.
Good fielding cut. off several tint
with slow footwork might have gone
or hits, some of ihem for extra bases.
All the old members of the team pla
cd in mid-season form. Van and Wan
ner eating up everything at third and
second anil Dowers pulling down
three in center. Swalm did not hav
. It was not the intention of the Rok
Island management to leave Davenpost
out in the parade yesterday afternoon
After start was made it was learned
that trailers canno,t be taken across
the slough bridge in its present condi
tion and it was then too late to make
other arrangements. Therefore th?
ball teams remained on this tide of the
Aulo I'nrmle nt I'coriil.
l'eoria. 111.. May 2. The Tliree-Ee
league season was opened here with
an automobile parade, headed by
band and the l'eoria and Decatur
teams. President Bam on and Mayo''
Tolson and niemlHTsi of the city conn
cil rode in automobiles and Mavor Tui
son pitched the first ball at hake View'
park. The distillers signalized the
opening of the season by winning. to
2, from the Commies. In the sixth a
hit by Thiery. 'Pennant's passed ball, a
walk given by Bomar, Jeffries' crro.-.
Moran's single and Donnelly's fly-out
to deep center won the game for Peo
ria. The score:
PEORIA R. II. P. A. E.
Thiery, if ...
Raymond, ss .
Hewer, ::b . . .
Swaeina, lb .
Moran. If ...
Donnelly, cf . .
Simon, e ...
Roach, p ...
Gfrorer, cf . .
Moore, ss . .
Jeffries, if .
Purtell. ::i .
Prout. 21 . .
r. Krebs. c
1 i Bomar, p
Totals 2 S 21
Peoria 0 0 o u u t ti 2
Decatur o u o o 1 1 o o 0 '2
Two base hits Thiery. Bomar. Sac
ritiee hits Tennant. 2. Stolen base
u! Raymond. Innings pitched By Roach
,1 (.; by Last man. Hits made Off
u Roach. 3: off Eastman. :!. Base -n
.1 balls Off Bomar, ". Struck out By
a Roach. 2; by Eastman, 2: by Bomar. ',.
U lid pitch Roach. Passed ball
l Krebs. Umpire Shea. Time 1:40
linlon Dnrnx Vii-(ry.
Dubuque, May 2. The Three -Ey;
season opened witn tne usual parade
of the teams and city council. Mayor
Sehunk pitched the first ball. Du
luique s erors. with Clinton's timelv
'! batting, won for the visitors. Score:
DUBUQUE R. H. P. A.
'Fleming. If -. 1 1 4 0
White, :ib 0 2 0
Bosse, 1b 0 I ; 2
Barlow, cf 0 0 1 0
Si ark, ss 0 l ;; 1
O'LEARY IS COMING
Popular Catcher Whom Rock
Island Developed Signed
BEEN WITH ATLANTA, G.
Picked Up in Company with Peachy
Graham at Orion in 1902 Now
Dannie () Leary,. whom Rock Island
brought in from a section job on t'v
old icock isiamt cc l'eoria road at Or on
in 11)02 and introduced, together witl'
Peachy Graham, to swift baseball com
pany, is to again become a member i,'.
the Islanders. It was announced today
that he had been secured from the At
lanta team of the Southern league and
would be here in two or three (lays.
O' Leary was always a great favor.'-:
with Rock Island fans. As a backston
he is hard to beat. He was allowed
to go because of a poor throwing arm
but is said to have improved greatly in
this respect. Since leaving here in
Vjiy.i he hits spent two years withWijh
ita in me western association, ;"o-
ing this spring to Atlanta. He lias
been worked regularly in the Souther:!
league and has been kept up near tie
top of the baiting list. Dannie, it will
be remembered, always had a habit i 1
Dumping mem on toe nose in a p;n':'i.
1 !!- sun! Tlirrr.
i ngiauu siarieu oui tile nrst day as
manager ot the Boston Americans by
making a home run with three on ba :e
winning the game from New York 4
Chicago White Sox and Detroit bat
tied i l innings to a lie at Detroit yes
terday. The Sox drove in three in I he
opening session, and that was the best
they could do, though numerous chanc
es were offered later to take awav the
Pat O'Connor arrived last night from
Si. Louis, and the team now has an
abundance of backstops.
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. . .0
. . .0
. . .0
Manna, c .,
Wilder, p .
. . I
Burg, ss ..
Vogel. 21) .
urtis. cf .
Fleet, p .
, . .0 0
o 0 1
0 0 0 0
nirc im.-t! 1111 r inning. Ifasc-S " i
balls Off Wilder, 2. Hit by pitch-c
K.,ll r.. li-:t.i-
.iii jjy liuer, . strucK out iv
Wilder, X: by Fleet. 4. Stolen bases
Hosse. Crockett. Lemon. Umpire
O C onnell. Time of game 1 : 15.
S-nnli-M l-'iiiixli Wrll.
Woomington. 111., May 2. Blooming
wn uiumi uie iuree-r.ye league :'M
son in notable style. Following t'.ie
customary parade of the nlavers
. images neauod ny a band, retinug
Mayor Erickson pitched the first ball
.MdAor-eiect 1101 land, who is president
ot the league, waiving the honor to his
predecessor. Springfield won bv a
reat bat ling rally in the ninth. Svfert
weakened at the close. Smith ret in
in the fifth oil account of an ininreil
inn. Hloomington could not bunch
hits, but plaved a fast fielding khu
BLOOM INGTON R
P. A. V
Winans. rf .
Beck, lb ..
Brown. 2b .
Pang, cf . .
Syfert, p 1
Thornton, cf 1
Ruby. If 0
Doyle, ni) 1
Novacek, rf .
Hughes. 2b .
Ludwig. c . . .
Totals 4 S 27 11
Hioomington II it 0 1 () 0 2 fl 0 :
springneid u 0 0 0 0 0 l 3
1' 1 .: 11 1 m.
Off Syfert. 1: off Becher. 2. Sun. i.
out By Syfert. 1 : by Becher. 4. Don
no piay rieruert to UeeK. Btol
base Herbert. Hit by pitched ball-
Winans. Umpire Set ley. Time-
1 vi ijrtsi? mi nugnes. 1 nree na-e
hits Doyle, Novacek. Ba;;es on balls
60YS ARE GETTING IN TRIM
Y. M. C. A. Outdoor Squad is Prepar
ing for Coming. Contests.
The newly organized Junior basehai
team of the Y. M. C. A. is out for prac
tice this afternoon, getting in trim
the game.with the "Cubs" at the reser
voir diamond Saturday afternoon. The
boys -are taking a great interest in out
of door work to the delight of Physicil
Instructor Franks, their trainer. Th
tracK team win practice at the
track this evening. Meets have beiii!
arranged with Kewanee and Muscatine
but the dates
for them have not been
RECORD OF THE
THREE-EYE LEAGL E.
Rock Island 1 0 1.000
Peoria 1 o l.ooo
Springfield 1 o l.oo.i
Clinton 1 0 1.0!!o
Blooiniiigtou o 1 .ooo
Decatur 0 1 .no.)
Dobiuiue o l .(mjO
Cedar Rapids 0 1 .omv
St. Louis ::
New York S
St. Louis 4
Dubuque. I : Clinton, :!.
Rock Island, l; Cedar Rapids. 0.
Bloonungton, Springfkld, 1.
Peoria, :!; Decatur, 2.
Detroit, ;i; Chicago, :! (14 iunin
Cleveland. 2; St. Louis. 11.
Boston. 4; New York,
Cincinnati-Chicago, cold weather.
Pittsburg, :i: St. Louis, 0.
Boston. 4; New York. 7.
Columbus. 2: Minneapolis. 1.
Louisville, ;!; Milwaukee, 2 (11
Toledo. 2: Kansas City.
Indianapolis. 2; St. Paul. 7.
Evans ville. 4: South Bend. 2.
lerre Haute, 0; Grand Rapids, 1
Canton. 1; Dayton. 2 (1:5 inning
Wheeling, 2; Springfield, 2 (15
Omaha. 5: Pueblo, ::.
Lincoln. 5; Denver. 1.
Des Moines, 'i; Sioux City
- WEEKLY MATCH IS HELD
wmus tlub Bowlers Roll at Hotf
On the Hotel Harms bowlin-r allrv
last evening, the Conins Bowlimr H i
nem us weekly howling contist for
members. The scores rolled wrre 11
.... .. . .1. ..11 , . .
limn; an iiiu ib uio.se roued at tne las
meeting of the club, the high score !
ing made by Thorns, with 2"2 pias
down. Kammerer rolled two gams
over the ISO mark. The scores wi re
Newman . ,
171 12.", Ill
is 1 2iu r,i
121 111 ir,:;
12:; 10:: 122
i2 r.11 3S7
no 120 111
i::i; in 7 isi
mn in 1 in:
11:: 1.1 1 r.i
r:2 :,ir, r;ji
Reimers . . .
Becker . . .
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And there's no obstruction from
the old stock of a past season.
Of course, there's spler.did
copying, adaptations, variations
and modifications of Ingalls'
goods and methods, but ycu arc
always safe because styles that
are on the down grade drop out
of sight here, while Rip-Van-Winkle
dealers are just awakening
to their praise.
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of its economy, cleanliness, and easy operation. The
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saves fuel expense and lessens the work. Produces
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under immediate control. Gives quick results
without overheating the kitchen. Made in three
sizes. Every stove warranted. If not at your
dealer's, write our nearest agency for descriptive
is the best lamp for all-round household use.
Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled.
Perfectly constructed; absolutely safe; unexcelled
in light-giving power; an ornament to any room.
Every lamp warranted. If not at your dealer's,
write to our nearest agency.
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MUTUAL LOAN CO.,
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Room 411, Rock Island III. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, to 9 p.m.
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