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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1907:
Is the Accept
TO HAVE YOUR EYES PROP
ERLY ATTENDED TO.
J. RAMSER WILL EXAMINE
YOUR EYES FREE OF
CHARGE AND WILL TELL
YOU THE EXACT CONDITION
NO GUESS WORK BUT
Inspector for C, R. I. & P. and
C, B. & Q.
Jeweler and Optometrist. Oppo
site Harper House.
BREAK THE STREAK
Senators Hammer the Ball and
Stop Rock Island's Win
ning Gait for Day.
you will need your newest and
best attire, and comfort demands
that it be the coolest and most
comfortable possible. Our selec
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quite exclusive,' and contains a'i
the latest novelties and standard
goods. Let i us, wake you' ui a
suit that will be the perfection
of style aiid fit.
1128 Second Ave.
REGISTER FIFTEEN HITS
The latest, most attractive,
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for your wedding repast. Orig'
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Math the fancy confectioner and
ice cream man.
This Bridal Rose ha3 a ve.y
neat appearance, serves well aui
is up to snuff.
Inquire about it, price is reas
onable and satisfaction is guaranteed.
Wilson Substituted for Lundin Mur.
phy Put Out of Game for Object
ing to Carruther's Blunder.
FANCY BAKERY AND CON
FECTIONERY. 1716 Second Avenue
Springfield at Rock Island.
Decatur at Clinton.
Peoria at Dubuque.
Bloouiiugton at Cedar Rapids.
I5y a fierce batting rally and aided by
costly errors in the seventh inning, yes
terday afternoon the Senators added a
victory to their list by a score of (i to 3.
Lundin was on the slab, and the avid
ity with which the visitors went after
his b nders was a caution. In the first
half of the seventh ho retired after the
Senators had tapped him for four sin
gles. Previous to this they had lauded
on him for eight sate ones. Christy
Wilson was substituted. The Senators'
batting career was materially checked
at this poiut, and they were only able
to get three scratch hits off Christy. A
number ot the hits the Senators were
credited witli dining the time that Luu
il In was on tiie slab were scratch hits
jf the puniest kind.
UcccheT diil not pitch an especially
brilliant game, as the: balls that he-
tossed up were hit hard and often, but
thy. Islanders had the hoodoo, tile on
that comes to all teams occasionally.
and could not land the ball out of the
fielders' reach. Vandine, Lundin and
Dowei s were robbed out 'of long hit
almost to the fence, on account of the
Senators having the rabbit's foot with
them. Shortstop Itergcr had a bad
day. the meanest kind of chances com
ing his way.
Mart lit (irtnmiy.
The Senators pushed in two runs in
the first inning. Thornton, first batter
up, hit one of Luudy's wide outs for a
two-bagger. Ruby followed with a sin
gle that scored Thorntw for the first
run. Doyle went out to Lundin. Nov
acek hit for a single, and Huby. who
had moved front first to second sack
on a throw to the plate to cut Thornton
off, moved te third. Smith poped up
to I.eigcT. and the yonhg vhortstop
errored. letting Ruby in. Hughes went
out ( li a foul to O'l.eary 'and Scharn-
weber hit to Lundin and was thrown
out at first. ;
The Islanders returned; the compli
ments to. the Senators in the second
aiulvtai!icd two runs, tyiijg the scor?
Vaiiher led oft' with a singk.arul Jigho
followed with another, advancing Van
iief" to third. Berger singled and ad
vanced Vandine, who was running for
Tighe to second sack, and scored AVaii
ner. Dowers hit to IJeecher, and was
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thrown out at first. Vandine moved to
third on the out. Lundin came up and
made Beecher think that he was going
to bunt, " but instead he drove one to
the deep left, anfl after the ball va-
caught-Vandine came home, tying the
score. Swalm went out to Smith on
a slow grounder.
I'ut on Anotlirr.
In the fourth the Islanders added an
other run to their list. Tighe opened
by hitting to Doyle at third, who error
ed, letting him safe. Berger sacrificed.
Dowers was thrown out at first on a
ound hit to Scharnweber. Lundin
drove a high one to Xovecek-in the
right garden, and he dropped the ball,
letting Vandine home.
In the last of the third inning Mur
phy was fined and put out of the game
by L in i)I re Carruthers for challensiin.:
bad decision by w hich the player was
called out at third. Alurpny was trying
to steal, and from all the spectators'
point of view, he had the base easily.
out the umpire tailed him out. After
this the Islanders failed to get a hit
until the last part of the ninth, whet?
Berger hit for a two-bagger, but jthis
was done after two men were gone.
In the seventh inning tne Senators
started the galling gun style of hitting,
and for a while it looked as if they
would never be checked. Ruby opened
with a single and Doyle followed with
a repetition. Xovacek sacrificed. Sine.ii
hit tor a single, scoring Ruby Hughes
hit to Wanner, and iie ciroivd. letting
Mojie nome and Hughes to first.
Scharnweber singled, scoring Smith foi
number three. At this point Lundi-i
was laken out of the game and Wilson
substituted. Ludwig hit to Berger and
lie threw to Vandine in an endeavor to
cut Hughes off at third, but Vandine
missed the ball, and Hughes went on
to the starting point for score number
mm. ueecuer nit rne hall hard to
Dowers, and just a little bit too low
for him to catch it. However, he field
ed it in time to throw to Wilson, an !
he in turn tossed it to O'Leary, culfi
off Manager Scharnweber at the pl.t
i.uiiwig. unmans H a good chance to
m.ine seeuuii. men, nut u J.eary was
there with the whip and threw him out.
thus ending the wild romping of the
Senators, but they had the game cinch-
cd. ook was substituted in Murphy's
place whin the latter was ordered out
of the game. Score:
Clinton's Victory Over Decatur
Breaking Long Losing btreak
is Most Significant.
LIKELY FACTOR IN THE RACE
Town Has Much From Which to Draw
Encouraging Conclusions Has
Shown Great Pluck.
Swalm. i f 4f.
Wanner, 2b . .
Cook, l,f :
Wils.tm. p ........
Thornton, cf 4
Ruby, If 5
Doyle. 3b 5
Xovacek; rf . . . . . 1
Smith, lb 5
Hughes, '2b i...3
Scharn wisher, ' sis ...'A
: Ludwig, c i
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Clinton is still making changes ii
the outfield. It is announced that Out
fielder Riggs lias been secured fro.u
the Xew York league and will be given
a place. If this is the same Riggs wuo
was formerly with Pioria then the j
team may gain something in the hit-1
ting department but assuredly it will
be no better in the garden. The re
mainder of the league is inclined
fear that the shakeup process will b;j
carried to far in Clinton. Xobody
doubts that the release of McFarlaudj'
was a mistake but it is not necessjr
ily a fatal one. i
The team is a good one-, fully cepi il
to the average in the league. TUh; wiji
shown by the uiaum r in which it wo.i
games in the start. When the piiching J
department broke down the knack of!
winning was lost and has not been re
covered, though the twirling staff is'
now able i hold its own with any of
them. A litlie.- patience and e ncourage-1
incut will accomplish more than such!
new men as the management is able l)
pick up at this time of year is the!
opinion in towns that have be-: 1 1
through the mill.
Hmn MiiniiiK I :.VJllll'. j
Clinton has Davenport's example to .
profit by. There is nothing clearer toj
the moot casual observer than tluit 1
Davenport killed its team ami P;
ch.uiueo to keep in : :. -. -1 !a'I '
because tae lans couM :: .rind ...)
lose. Then, Clinton should diaw ali
kinds of consolation from the plight if
Dubuque and ot Biooniingion where,
with experienced men at the head of
the baseball associations, the team
have done so much wot so than Clinton
However, Clinton fans are tun wag
ing in spunk, and the manm-r in whi-ii
they have been turning out to the games
in spite of a King series t defeats
should set an example for some of the
oldei tihvtl'?. ' Yestcrdiiv's victory may
he. the tuuiing point. A good, healthy
winning stnak would put the Infants
back in the first division and make
them an important fa'ctor in the pen
''l'lay 1ITP n:nliiy.
The fctatennnt that tomorrow's game
loses the home Srne s was an t nvi
for which the sporting etittor ctieeiu
ly accepts respous'iiulijy, A one game
series is playeil Here tur.;i.i e:..i
edarRapids, as a close study of the
schedule shows, a nen the' Islanders g
LIGHT OR DARK PATTERNS NEWEST STYLES SHAPE-RETAINING
COATS AND TROUSERS, SLIGHTLY PEG TOP, WITH
CUFF. EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
$10, $12.50 and $15
In the Yacht, Sailor or Panama Styles..5()( to 7
FANCY VESTS - New HOSIERY r.,r , ds in all
the new ati rae tiv' shad s;
Stxles received today.
noc value s 3Dc: :! f'-r $1.00.
& Sterling, j
away to Springfield and do not come
home again tiil .Inly 2 when they are
back for two game's with the Rabin: s.
Alter these they ttmr the' northern cud
of tile circuit.
Yesterday's shutout was the second
of the' si a. -on for Decatur. Rock Island
udmini.-teTe'd the othe r one.
Godwin, formerly with Hlooir.ington
has gravitated from the- Boston Ameri
cans" to the Southern league, reporting
Tlieie are now Ml postponed games
as a result ot bad weather.
Ogden's Orchestra every day.
Moving Pictures every night.
This week: "Araboo Hunt,"
"Horrible Adventure," "De Tho
Petersen's Band and Dancing
We serve meals.
Chute the Chutes.
WATCH TOWER PARK CO.
The most sensational act in
Vaudeville. All this week
L Seat 10c
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEA
SON OF 1907 FOR DANCING
PARTIES, SOCIETIES, PUB
LIC AND PRIVATE MEET
INGS OF ALL KINDS.
Everything repainted and redecorat
ed and put in first class shape.
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 2 0 1 (I 0 0 0 (I '5
Serin" held '1 II 0 0 I) 0 4 11 II c.
Hits by innings:
itocu island 1 l 1 0 u 0 0 0 1 0
Springfield ... .3 1 2 1 1 0 5 1 1 ir
Two base hits Tighe, Berber. Base
on balls Off Lundin. 1; off Wilson, 1;
off Beether, 1. Struck out By Lttn
din.l; by Beecher. 3. Sacrifice hits
Murphy, O'Leary-; Berger, Xovacek
Hit ' by"; pitched t ball Scharnweber.
Time of game 1:33. Umpire; Ca.'
ruthers. Diixt I'roni DianioiKl.
Bill Ludwig doesn't care any nioie;
than he used to whether school keeps
All the combinations were set wrong
While Umpire Carruthers without
1 question gave Murphy the worst of P
I in the decision at third nobody doub's
jthat it was merely an error in judg
Ross Thornton clearly violates tl
rules in hurling tantalizing and eve
insulting remarks at the pitcher from
the coaching lines. He should he cat'
ed to account. Carruthers ordered
Berger to stop calling "hit it" win n
the ball- was pitched, a practice thi't
was far less objectionable than Thorn.
ton's personal remarks. If the umpire
has the authority to keep Berger fron
addressing members of the opposing
team surely he has the power to put
muffler on Thornton. He ought also t
take Bill Ludwig in hand for teasing
the opposing batters.
Thornton got credit for a two bag-
cer at the onening of the game
through Murphy's playing in close fj
him. following the custom in case
left handed hitter is up. The ball
would have been caught easily if t'a
outfielder had been in his usual po
Flret lloltlx Hociitur Down.
Clinton. Juno 14. Decatur couldn't
hit Fleet, while errors of the Comm
dores helped Clinton make three run
DECATUR R. H. P. A. 1
Moore, ss 0 1 3 1
Prout, 2b 0 0 3 1
Jeffries, rf i...O 0 4 0 0
Tennant. lb 0 1 5 1 0
Wagner. If 0 0 1 0
Purtell. 3b 0 " 1 1
Bolan. cf 0 1 2 0
Powell, c 0 0 5 2
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A Fortunate Texan.
Mi K. ,W..Goodloe. of 1"7 St. Ltmis
St., Daais Tex. sas:. I nthe pat
year I, have become acquainted vvi'.h
Dv. King's New Life Pills, and no lax
ative I ever before tried so erfectiury
disposxis of miilurlal aiul .biliousntis.i.."
They don't grind nor gripe?. 2oe at W.
T. Hanz's elrug ttore, 3ul Twentieth
BRUWN'S PUPILS GRADUATE
Exercises for Tri Cities at Grand Opera
House, Davenport. Tonight.
The graduating .e rei. e s of Brown's
Bii'-iness college of Unci; Island. Moline
and Davenport will be' he M this e ven
ing at tne Grand opera huu.-ie in the
latter city. An ail.iie.-s will be deliv
ered by M. 1. Reael. e'di'eu of tile' P.u.-i-ni'ssMoiithly
magazine. i'ti "A Beggai
or a King." ,-Tlie rt aii1 0i ;ill told com
pleting courses 'iii the- thiee e itie.-.
A lady customer eif ours ha'l sufferel
with tetter ir two or three ycttrs. Ir
got so bad tn her h.auds that idle could
mil attend to her household duties. One
;box of Chamberlain's Salve cured her.
Chamberlain's medicine's give- splendiel
satisfaeTittn in this community. M. II.
Rodney & Cel., Almond, Ala. Cham
berlain's medicines are for sale by all
Oliver Goldsmith's "Deserted Village."
Goldsmith in Iris 'Dis.ri'd Village',
spoke of a certain chapel wii' ie- thf:.-
who "wen: to scuff, remained to pray."
So in life one often laughs at wluo if.'
ele no: unuer.-iand ami late r. when lie
does mi br-taml. his laugh' turns 10
praise. The re were son;" who doubt -1
the m tils of XcwbroV "He rpiedele.
the sea1) get mieieie and liai'.-liess'n'
but .-itie-i they have tried it. they a:'-;
new amo:.g its be.-t fiieiiels a:e! rtiri-iLj-est
ctiihii M r.x 1 1. rpieieU' kill.; liii
genu that eats the hair off at the root,
and the hair then grows again. As a
hair eliessiug it is Incomparable, try ii.
Sold by leading druggists. Seiel lo
in stamps for sample to The.- Herpieh'.e?
Co.. Detroit, Mich. Snlu in twe size-.'
3'V and $1. T. H. Thomn. spcci.il
OF THE LAGE-WATERS SHOE COMPANY'S STOCK
How the people have flocked here since we began this sale. Hundreds of enthusiastic shoppers have
elbowed their way through the crowds eagerly snapping up the wonderful bargains this sale offers.
No one has been disappointed. We do, we advertise and produce the goods.
A Sale Filled With Money-Saving Opportunities.
Lage-Waters swell $3.30 patent colt
Uige-Waters fine 5
and kid oxfords for
00 patent colt
3 patent colt or
kid oxfords for .
Lage-Waters $1.30 kid ox
fords for women
and $3.50 oxfords
of Lage-Waters $3.00
Lage-Waters 1 Tt- infants'
moccasins all colors
j3c infants' soft sole
Lage-Waters $1.30 misses'
Lage-Waters 73c and $1.00
children's shoes 197 am' 69c
Lage-Waters $1.30 white canvas ox
fords for wo-
$1.30 and $2.00 shoes
S1.19 "n l S1.49
Lage-Waters $2.3'i and $3.00 patenc
colt oxfords fir boys and
'utis SI. 89 ud S2.19
Lage-Waters $1.30 shoes and oxfords,
I Lage-Waters $
feir men a .
ami $1.33 white
for misses and
Lage-Waters $2.00 canvas
pumps, all colors SI. 19
uO patent j
1 S2. 19
Lugcj-Waters $..nu shoes and oxfords
at S3.9S and S4.29
Lagc-Waters $1.00 and $3.30 shoes
anl oxfords for
men S2.98 and S3.49
Lage-Waters $1.50 canvas shoes and
Sviccesso'rs to Lage-Waters Shoe Co.
1703 Second Ave.
: Telephone for open dates.
(Continue on Fage Seven.)