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THE ARGUft, FRIDAY,' 31 AY" 17, 1907.
That anything we rocoinincn 1
to you will be exactly as repre
sented and that you will fnul the
largest and best assortment ot
watches, jewelry and silverware
in the city.
See us about your
Inspector for C, R. I. & P. and
C, B. & Q.
Jeweler and Optometrist. Oppo
site Harper House.
IH the exquisite, finish ami beau
ty of the garments that h ave this
establishment. Made upon cor
rect lines, according to the la
tost, dictates of fashion and in
fabric-quality the peer, of any
nvade-Ui-ineasure garments, our
prices provide the opportunity to
dress well at lowest possible
E. F. DORN,
1128 Second Ave.
GOES 10 , INNINGS
Last of Peoria Series Victory
for Islanders After a Hard
TIGHE THERE WITH THE BAT
Manager, Vandine and Wanner do th2
Stick Work That Gained
Koek Island at Springfield.
Clinton at Decatur.
Dubuque at Peoria.
Cedar Kapids at Bloomington.
Peoria. May 17. Rock Island annex
ed a 10-it:ning game yesterday an 1
broke even with the Distillers. The
final contest was exciting. Lundin v.'-.is
on the slab lor the visitors and had
matters well in hand in all except a:i
instant in the eighth. Ward, on the
other hand, was touched tip continu
ously by Tighe's men but generally
managed to sleadv down in tiie tig.it
places and hold the score low. Fast
fielding which enabled the Distillers
to pull off a couple of double playj
also helped materially iu reducing the
number of tallies.
Hock Island looked a winner aft
the first half of the eighth but Swacin-i
tied matters up with a two bags
with two nu base and it took an extra
session to dieide the issue. The bai
ting of Wanner. Vandine and Tigh
figured in all the runs the islanders
made, the manager sending in. two
with Hies to the outfield and advan'
ing the third man two bases on a hit.
Story 4i f flic IttutN.
Nobody scored till the sixth wh ?u
O'Lcary drove a grounder down pa:
first and was safe. Vandine plain
another iu safe territory and Wiiimc:
duplicated the performance, tilling tlK:
bases. Then Manager Tighe knock
a fly to K it, which would probably have
scored O'Lcary even had not Wolfe
who was in left, d nipped it, w'n'ch h.
did. Danny trotted home. Van was
caught at the plate and the next twu
Iu the eighth Vandine was hit by
pitched ball and was sacrificed to st
ond by Wanner, taking th'.rd on a mis
play. Tighe was there .with another
fly. this time to center bell, and Van
In Peoria's half id' the eighth Ward
ingled and stole. Thiery hit to cen
ter but Dowers -threw . Ward out at
third... Davidson bunted but was
caunht, Thb ry going to third. I'.ewe."
walked and Swacina hit for two bases.
scoring both Thiery and Hewer.
In the tenth Wanner waited for four
and took third on Tighes' long single.
Berger's scratch hit
winning tally. Score:
Swalm, rf 0 0 1
Murphy, If 0 2 0
O'Leary, c 1 3 C
Vandine, 3b 1 2 3
Wanner. 2b . . 1 1 2
Tighe, lb 0 2 10
Berger, ss 0 3 1
Dowers, cf 0 0 1
Lundin, p 0 1 0
brought in the
R. H. P. A. E.
Thiery, if 1
Davidson, cf 0
Bewer, 3b 1
Swacina, lb u
Wolfe, If (I
Egan, 2b 0
Erickson, c ". .0
Raymond, ss 0
Ward, p ..0
.3 11 30 17 2
R. ii. p. a. i:
0 2 3
2 0 1
0 2 2
0 1 0
Totals 2 7 30 13 I
Peoria 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 02
Rock Island ...0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 o 1 :;
Two base hits Swacina, Erickson.
Stolen base Ward. Bases on balls
Off ward. 4; off Lundin. 2. Hit by-
pitched ball By Ward, 1. Struck out
By Ward, 3; by Lundin, 1. Double
plays Davidson-Swacina ; Swacina-
Raymond. Umpire O'Connell. Time
1:50. Attendance r50.
( Hilton HropM Second
Bloomington. III., May 17. Bloom-
ington outclassed Clinton and the vis
itors would have been shut out but fo
Herbert's error in the sixth and Sy
fert's weakness in the eighth. He' hit
two men and walked another, but only
two runs scored. McFarland striking
out with the bases full. Score:
BLOOMINGTON R. II. P. A. 1
Snyder, ss 1 1 2 3
Dang, cf 0 0 2
Beck, lb 1 111
formers, if l 2 2
Herbert, 3b 1 2
Brown, rf 0 o
Winans. 2b 0 n
Wilson, c 0 o
Syfert, p I 1
Totals 5 7 27 12
CLINTON R. H. P. A. 1-
Burg, ss 1 0 2 2
Vogel. 2b o 2 0
Crockett, lb 0 1 13
Curtis, cf 0 0 2
McFarland. rf 0
Smith, c .
2 0 3
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HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
Clinton 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0
Two base hits Beck. Vogel (2)
Three base hit Syfert. Struck out
By Syfert, 3. Bases on balls Off Sy
fort, .2; off Stauffers. 1. Hit by pitch- THREE-EYE" TjEAGI'K.'
eT ball Smith, Stauffers, Snytlor. I Clinton ..:.'.'. .'. ".: 1. l't
Double plays Dang-Uibson; . Snyde.- Decatur ........ J ........ S
Beck; Curtis-Crockett. Time l:43lR6ck Island'.'..'.- ..i... 8
nipiro Set ley. Springfield
i)ui Mill i,m-. . I Bloomington
Decatur, May 17. Wilder was bat- Cedar Kapids.
ted hard in every inning but stuck 1 1 Poorla.
his job. Score: Dubu-quo -
DECATUR R. H. P. A. E
Gforerer. cf 1
Moore, ss 0
Jeffries, rf 2
Tennant, lb 1
Wagner, If 1
urtcll, 3b 2
Prout, 2b 1
Krebs. c 1
Schreiber, p 1
Meals, 50c, 75c, and $1.00.
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Peoples National Bank Building.
Take elevator Second
0 0 New York 21
1 J Chicago 2t 1
0 ) Philadelphia 12 10
0 0 0 Pittsburg U S
1 0 Boston 10 11
s o 'i Cincinnati ? i.
1 2 0 St. Louis 19
Brooklyn u lit
Totals 10 13 27 C 0
niifiPOi'K n tr p a f: amkkicam Lt-Autii.
W. L. Pc
Frank La!alT, bliu femar Is'.andi r
now Sv-iili Little; Ruck in tiie Smither-i
league,. Ias won half bis panics pitched
so far. though, be has, hud .little work,
and I ban not yet (he control- lie wili
later in the season.
. Moran. lb" former Peoria player,
matin .three hi'.s yt .-it-rday for Jackson
ville, one a ibiuble and auither a tripl '.
LaYolle. the tormcr Bloomington pitc'i
cr, winked for tihe .lunatic and, held
(Continued On. Page Nine)
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Fleming. If ..
White, 3b ...
Johnson, ss ..
Conklin. 2b ..
. . .0
I Chicago .. , , IS
0 Detroit It
o Cleveland . .
0 I New lork .
0 I Boston .
0 1 St.- Louis . .
. .. ! 14
... 7 14
... 8 17
.o I I
Totals J 7 24 11 1
Decatur 0 7 0 1 2 0 0 0 10
Dubuque 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 03
Two base hits Jeffries (2). Purtel!,
I.nnu- Stnlen liases .leffiies "
Wagner. Struck out By Schreiber.
4; by Wilder, 1. Bases on balls Off
Schreiber, 1; off Wilder, 4. Hit hv
pitched ball By Wilder. 2. Wild
pitches Schreiber, 1; Wilder, 1. Time
1:53. Umpire Moore.
Wns tlnraH' I'll, lilnu.
Springfield. May 17. Springfield lost
the last game of the series to Cedar
Rapids, 2 to 1. Owens allowed onlv
six scattered hits. Score:
, RESULTS YESTERDAY. .
Bloomington. 5; Clinton, 3. " -:
Springfield, !; Cedar Rapids, -.
Peoria, 2; Rock Island, 3 (10
HERE ARE SOME
In Men's, Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes and Oxfords
FOR SATURDAY ONLY
Men's vici kid and patent leather
oxford.--, reduced from
$4 on -o O
SPRING FI ELD
Thornton, cf . ..
R. H. P. A. 11.
Totals 1 C 27 11
CEDAR RAPIDS R. H. P. A. E.
Davis, If 0
Oakes, cf 0
Shaw, rf 1
Howard, 2b 1
Barlow, lb 0
Spencer, 3b 0
Edminston, ss 0
O'Connor, c 0
Owens, p 0
Decatur, 10; Dubuque, 3.
Chicago, 7; Washington, 2.
Cleveland, 2; Boston, 1.
St. Louis, 4; Philadelphia, 0.
Detroit. 1 : New York. 0.
NATIONAL LEAGUE. ...
Boston, 0; Chicago, 7.
Other games postponed . account of
St. Paul, 13; Louisville; .
Minneapolis, 3; Indianapolis, 2.
Kansas City, 4; Toledo, 3
Milwaukee, 0; Columbus, 5.
South Bend, 5; Wheeling, 3.
Dayton. 2; Evansville, S.
SpringBeld. 2; Terre Haute,
Grand Rapids. 3; Canton. 4.
Denver, 6; Omaha, 13.
Lincoln, 1; Sioux City, 8.
Pueblo, 8; Des Mnines. 2.
Oskaloosa, 4; Waterloo, 1
Ottumwa, 7; Marshalltown, 5.
Quincy, 5: Burlington, 2.
Jacksonville, 2; Keokuk, 1.
Girls will smile through the years
Their pvps will alWavs elisten with
loiais u 2 ji .i glpPi
Springfield ... .0 0000001 01 They will never be hidden with tears,
Cedar Rapids ...00000200 0 2 If they take Rocky Mountain Tea.
Stolen, bases Davis (2). Two basal Harper house pharmacy
Mill's vici Kid shoes
ail k at hers reduced
from ? I. on to
- S3, i r
in ail last-.
Women's kid patent tip oxfords
regular price $1.30; cut
Women's swing last kid patent tip
oxfords; regular price
$i-"r; for S1.-15
Women's patent leather oxfoni
side lace, blucher or plain-lace; an
elegant assort men t of high grad
oxfords,- reduced from
Women's mannish last patent leath
er oxfords; regular price
3.rM; now $2.95
Golden, brown and Russia tans for
women, at $3.50
Hoys', joiiilis' and little gent's ox
fords for Jl.oo. $1.25
and i r;n
Macdonald & Kilcy's all liatent and
gun metal oxfords on two new lasts,
O'Brien and The Tramp,
Big line of women's white and col
ored canvas oxfords for
$1.45, $1.23 and
Misses' fine kid oxfords
Misses' patent leather ox
fords for 95c
Children's line kid oxfords.
sizes S to II, for
Child's paten' iathcr sandals.
Misses' fine kid shoos ; - "
Cliild's fine kid 'shoes " ". ' "v-V
One lot child's fine kid shoes, -j . ;
Iter pair ;. .".
One lot of men's satin calf -
KnyV shoes . ,
Better look the above prices over. Big Savings. Only
one day, Saturday, May 18.
-Waters Shoe Co.,
1703 Second Ave.