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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. JULY 30, 1007.
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KEEPING THE GAIT
islanders Repeat Sundays
Score Against Decatur and
Get an Even Break.
HOWARDWAS LIKE AN ICEBERG
Gave Never a Pass and Allowed But
Three Hits Springfield and Peo
ria are Taken Down.
Peoria at Rock Island.
Blooniington at Clinton.
Springfield at Duhmiuo.
Decatur at Cedar Itapids.
The Islanders made it 'a If and 'aif
in the series with the Commodores
by handing tliein a shutout yesterday.
Ilie score being the same as that of iho
day before, 2 to 0. Harry Howard va.
the artist with calcimine and when he
hud finished wielding the brush it wa
the general opinion of the fans fhat
the score board was a work ot at.
Only once did ihe brush slip and that
was in the lourtli. bur Howard came to
the front and showed his assistant
how nnscues could be worued over
until ihev entirely disappeared from
.Jeffries was the fust man up in tint
inning and he skieil to Swalm. Al
thought he had the ball coppered, but
ii slipped out of his mitts ami befo;
could recover it .Jclfnes was sate
at second. .looro laid one down a ion?
the first base line that was intende,
for a sacrifice, but when Eng tiirne-1
to throw hini out he found thM Wan
tier, who was to cover the hag. w;-t
dieaming of the days gone by aivl
.Moore landed satelv on first whue
Jeffries had pulled up at third. How
ard then showed his hand and mad"1
Wagner whiff at three fast ones an
retire to the lu nch. itli I'urtell u;
the fans crossed their fingers, but hi
best effort was a sharp grounder in
ruer. who made a perfect throw to
the plate and Jeffries was out. Ion
hit to Kng and the fans gave a cheer
The Commodores tried hard in the
nin:h. tor alter .Moore nad gone out
from Iierger to Kng. Wagner hit to th
left field for two bases, but Piute
and Long both hit to Howard and were
stopped at first.
W:ilk Marls Musie.
The Islander's first score was chal;;-
e.l up in t no nit 11. ticnroiuer grew
wabbly and walked Kng. Iierger setit
him along with a sacrifice down the
Sirt base line. While Trout and Ton-
iiant were retiring Cook, Kng went t3
third and he scored on Dower's long
two base drive over Wagners head.
In the eighth Wanner had been dispose I
of, OLoary, who by the way is recov-
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E. A. DAVIS, Manager, Chicago, III.
ment of self-filling
pens in the
from $2.50 to $5.
Op. Harper house.
ering liis batting eye with a vengeance,
smashed out a double to right rente.-.
Van hit to Moore, who fumbled an!
OLoary took third. Sehreiber then
pulled himself together and struck out
Eng. but Merger uncorked the neces
sary single past second ana u iea'y
came across with the serond and final
run of the game. Score:
IOCK ISLAND. AB.R. II. P. A. E.
Wanner, 2b .
O'Leary. c . .
Vandiiu1, 3b ,
Berger, ss . .
Dowers, cf .
Howard, p . .
JclTiies, rf . .
Moore, ss . .
Wagner, If .
Purtcll, ::b .
Prout, 2b . . ,
Berry, c ...
Score by innings:
Rock Island 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2
Decatur 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Summary: Bases on balls Sehrei
ber, 3. Two-base hits Dowers, O'Leary,
Wagner. Double play Jeffries to Ten
nant. Hit by pitcher Swalm. Struck
out by Howard, 1: by Sehreiber, ..
Sacrifice hit Berger. Stolen bases
Dowers, Moore, ,Purtell. Time 1:35.
tturrnry Miikm Good.
Dubuque, July 30. Cuerney, who
jumped the Dubuque team early in tin?
season, made his reappearance? yester
day and pitched a great game, winning
from Peoria. The contest was excit
ing from start to finish, and full ol
features. A large crowd saw the good
Drnro.UK it. 11.
Kdminster, cf 1 1
Coiiins, ss 0
Till cry. rf
Raymond, ss 0 o 0
Cadwallader, p ' 0 0 1
"Kiirkson 1 1 0
Bat ted for
0 0 0
0 0 2-
. . .0 1 0 0 :! 0
0 1 0 0 0 0
Two base hits Shields. Egan. Da
idson. Bases on balls Off Guerney, 'j
oft Cadwallader, ?,. Hit by pitched
ball White. Struck out By Guei
ney. 4; by Cadwallader, 2. Double
palys Bosse-Genins ; Egan-S wacin
Stolen bases Madden, Daivdson. Um
pire Set ley. Time 1 : :!.".
On In I'orin Attain.
Cedar Rapids. July P.O. Owens ha 1
the Blooniington batsmen at his mercy
allowing but three scattered single.
Two singles, two passes, and an error
ive the locals fwo in the third.
CEDAR RAPIDS. R.
Davis, If 1
Oakes. cf 0
Shaw, rf 0
Howard. 2 b 0
Brown, lb 0
Simon, c 0
Clevengor. ss 0
Spencer, 'h I
Owens, p 0
Total 2 7
BLOOMIXGTOX R. II.
Graham. ?,h 0 1
Snyder, ss 0 2
Connors, If 0 0
Kuhn, lb 0 0
Donovan, cf 0 0
Bright, 2b 0 0
Winans, if o 0
Wilson, c 0 0
Syfert, p 0 0
0 H 24 10
.0 0200000 -
Cedar Rapids . .
Rloomingfon . . .
.000000 0 0 00
-Howard (2). Two
base hit Oakes. Double play Gra
nam Kunn-iioward-Urown. Struck out
By Owens, 4; by Syfert, 1. Basos
on balls Off Syfert. 5. Umpire M".
rrix-kett'M lilt WIim Uny.
Clinton, July SO. Clinton broke
even in the series with Springfield by
winning a fast game yesterday when
Crockett's hit scored Kantian
SPRINGFIELD R. H.
Thornton, cf 0 1
Ruby, If o 0
Herbert. Sb 1 1
Smith, lb 0 1
N'ovacek. rf 0 0
Hughes, 2b 1 2
Scharnweber, ss 0 0
Ludwig, c 0. 1
Beecher, p 0 0
Total 2 C
CLINTON R. H.
Ohlan. If l 3
Harrod, Sb ...0 1
Kaphan, cf 1 2
Corkhill, rf 0 1
Crockett, lb 0 2
McFARLAND TO MEET
YANGER IN INDIANA
Fort Wayne Club Fixes up an Agree
ment on Terms Weigh in at 130
Pounds at Noon, Aug.' 20.
Chicago, July SO. Pack y McFarland
and Benny Yanger yesterday signed
articles for a 10-roiind fight before the
St. Joe Athetotic club of Fort Wayne,
Ind. The match, ponding the weight
settlement, has been hanging lite for
several nays, .kick t uriey, the man
ager for Yanger. held out for 130
pounds at 3 o clock, while Harry Gil-
more, tne uacker oi .icr ariana, wan'
ed the weight 133 pounds. At the sug
gestion of Dr. Message, wlio repre
sented the club, the two sides fina'.iy
agreed upon i:!0 pounds, weigh in -it
12 o'clock noon on the day of the co l
test, which is to be Aug. 20. Malacln
Ilogan was agreed upon as referee
without a moment's wrangling, th.
club having previously expressed it:
preference for him.
Johnson and Burke Agree.
New York, July 3u. Jack .b din son.
the negro heavyweight who recently
defeated Bob Fitzsiminoiis and who as
pires to be champion pugilist of the
world, was yesterday afternoon match
ed to meet Sailor Burke of Brooklyn
in a i.-rounu name the lust week in
September. The men will meet : 1
catch weights and under straight
Queensbury rules and wear soft band
ages. Bids for the light will be open
ed in two weeks.
Fight at Peoria.
As a preliminary to the Fitzgerald-
Gregg battle at Peoi ia Aug. 0 Kid Far
mer of that city and Kid Lucca, who
has appeared in Davenport, will go o'l
for eight rounds.
OFFERS $4,500 FOR
OUR PETE LISTER?
New York Giants Said to be Dickering
for Former Rock Islander
Now With Nashville.
Now conies the storv that the New
York Giants have offered Nashville $!
;oo. the same sum as was paid lor
Larry Doyle of Springfudil. for Pete
Lister. Pete has bt en playing a great
game in the Southern league and the
Giants are in sore need oi a first
Lemon, c .
Total !) 27 10 3
Springfield ft 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 02
Clinton 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 -
llonie run Herbert. Three ba.-e
hit Ohlan. Two base hit Corkhill.
Struck out By Beecher. ;. liases on
balls Off Beecher. 1: off Stauffer. i
Time 1 : 10. I'm pi re Carruthers.
Come out of it. Wanner.
O'Leary is bitting the ball squarely
The Decatur players are gentlemen.
Berger and Dowers we're there a
usual yesterday when there were
fielding stunts to be pulled off.
Dowers would have had a homr
yesterday instead of a two bagger had
he had a little help from the wind.
As it was the ball went to the left
fence with the wind snuarciv again.d
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
Noah'Henline is holding his job with
Montgomery winning a came the other
day with a homer when two were on
Springfield is said to have been of
fered $4,000 bv Cincinnati for Beecii
er's immediate release but refuses tr
Pitcher Allison, who was released
by Dubuque Saturday has been signe 1
by Decatur. He is a utility man a'
well as a rood pitcher. He will b-j
given a good tryout before he is ra
(Jarl B. Vandegrift of Cantrall.
former University of Illinois player,
has been signed by Kinsella for thirl
base. It is the intention of the Spring
field manager to put Smith in the box
and let Herbert play first.
Peoria is here today
for four and
again a crucial struggle is on. l her
are but three games scheduled
trip, but a postponed one will be plav
ed Aug 2. which otherwise would b
the only open date of the season.
Pa Hill is strengthening up in larger
doses than usual. He has a
pitcher named Mellocott. who is
to look the gooits. Three more re
cruits are on the way, two of then
pitchers and the other an infielder.
President Holland has taken under
advisement the controversy betwcvi
Decatur and Clinton over the posse
sion of Lellvelt. the pitcher over whom
a hearing was held at Decatur yeste
day. The case is. a complicated on
with possession of the player the chief
consideration. Clinton is willing to re
turn Lemon or pay $100 to Decatur.
Whitey Alperman played a star
game yesterday at second for Brook
lyn against the Chicago Cubs but hi)
error in the tentti tost tne uay. uur
ing the nine innings he was the oniy
player to get a hit off Miner Browu,
Lumley apparently cinching a victory
with .-. homer in the 10th. A4pernian
who had distinguished himself by ac
cepting many hard chances, made a
fumble on an easy one in Chicago 3
half and contributed to the undoing of
MAY KILL DOVES THURSDAY
With Woodcock Only Birds open to
Sportsmen in Illinois.
The season for woodcock and mourn
ing doves will be open in Illinois next
Thursday, Aug. 1, and extends to Nov.
So. These are the only birds that may
be killed next month, the season for
sr.ipe, plover, geese, ducks, brant, coots,
i ail and oilier water fowl not opening
until Sept. 1.
Although the licenses are only good
from June 1 and one year from that
date, but few oermits are taken out
i.ntil the time for the opening of
RECORD OF THE
Rock Island .
Springfield . .
Dubuque . . . .
AMERICAN LEA CUE.
V. L. Pet.
Chicago 5-1 35 .007
Cleveland "3 30 ,-"!0
Detroit no si ..".it".
Philadelphia 49 30 .570
New York 4t in .477
St. Louis 30 ni .114
Boston s "2 ."0r.
Washington 27 UT, .22!)
W. L. Pet.
Chicago. 2; Brooklyn, 1 (10 innings).
Pittsburg .",2 :::'. .012
New York "1 ?. .000
Philadelphia 4fi r.7 ..".4
Brooklyn 41 4!l .-ini
Boston 37 4S .4;15
Cincinnati ''( "2 .40')
St. Louis 21 72 .2)0
Tl IRKE-EVK LEAGUE.
Rock Island, 2; Decatur, 0.
Clinton. Springfield, 2.
Cedar Rapids, 2: Blooniington,
Dubuque. 4 ; Peoria. ').
Chicago, 2: Brooklny, 1 (10 innin
Pittsburg. :i; Boston, fi.
Cincinnati, 1: Philadelphia. 2.
St. Louis, ::; New York 4 (11
Boston. 4; Cleveland, 2.
Philadelphia-St. Louis, rain.
New York-Detroit, rain.
Louisville, 0; Indianapolis. 1.
Milwaukee, 12; St. Paul. 4.
Columbus, S; Toledo, :5.
Kansas City, 3; Minneapolis
Denver. 0-9; Pueblo. 4-2.
Omaha-Dos Moines, jmis! poned.
Evansville. Wheeling. 9.
Torre Haute, 1; Canton, 2.
Springfield. !; South Bend. 1.
Dayton. 4; Grand Rapids, ?,.
Marshalltown, .1; Keokuk. ".
Waterloo, 0; Burlington. 1.
Jacksonville, 2: Ottumwa. 0.
Quincy, 7; Oskaloosa, 2.
CROWD SEES BOAT RACES
Second Day of Central States Regatta
at Quincy Big Success.
Quincy. 111., July SO. The banks of
Ihe Mississippi river from Broadway to
Washington street were lined with peo
pie yesterday afternoon to seethe races
of ihe second day of the annual regatta
of the Central States Rowing associa
The Iroquois club of Chicago was en
tered in one race, single shells, r.nl
that was won by the South Side club of
Quincy, with Allison of Chicago sec
ond. The senior fours was won by the
Mound City club of St. Louis, and the
senior doubles by the South Side club
The big race of the day was the six-
oared barge. It was bow and bow the
whole length of the course, and Mound
Cily of St. Louis won by half a
length, with North Side of Quincy
Chicago, July SO. Following are
market quotations today:
July. 00'4, 9014. 89-i. 90.
September, 92'2. . !1. 02.
December, 90. 9CVj. 9o. 90V4.
July, .ri4Vi. H4 '. G3. 53.
September, 53. 53, 53',. f.3.
December, 49, 50, 49, 50.
July. 40. 40, 44, 44.
Foods tho Skin Tissues
Price 60c. At All Dealers.
lor expenses of this nature;
your troubles, and they may
pitality if you do not put up the
WOUldn t fed the drain,
every month, instead of all within a few days or a week or two. We'll
let you have ihe money in this way. Get what you need now and pay
back each month what you can afford; make the time long mough so
it wiil be easy for you. If you can pay it all sooner than you anticipa
ted, the interest will stop when yon pay.
We advance money, privately, on furniture, pianos, horses, wagons,
cows, .'uid other personal property, but the property remains in your
own possession. You can get the money within a few hours, sometimes
within an hour, and at the lowest rates and easiest terms in the city.
Better call now or our confidential agent will call at your Lome
on request phono or letter.
FIDELITY LOAN CO,
MITCH KM. dt LVXnn 11I.OCK, ROOM SS, ROCK ISLAND.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p. and Saturday evenlngt. Telephone
west 514; new telephone 6011.
BOSTON BLOOMER GIRLS
Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 3 and 4.
Vs. Cross Country Club
ISLAND CITY PARK.
Game called Saturday 3:30, Sunday 3:00 p. m.
Admission 25 cents.
September, 2U, S!)?;. S'.l-?;. S-"J,.
Dece mber, SO "54. SOi, 29'St. ::'J.
July, closed 10.12.
September, 10.40, 1:
, ic.40, io.nn.
July, 9.10, 9.10, 9.0
September, 9.22, 9.2."i. :
October, 9.27. 9.S0, 9.2
Jul. closed S.r,7.
S pu ruber. 8.72. S.72. S.7'. S.72.
October, S O."., S.(,."j, S.02, S.on.
Receipts today. Wheat, l!tf: corn.
!N9; oats. 121; hogs, ll.noo; cattle. 2-
ooo; sheep, HUiim. Hogs left over, 1
Stio. Hog market opened strong. Lig'.it,
0.1 . O.Oo; mixed and butchers, O.nni
O.no; good heavy, n.Oiufi 0.40 ; rough
heavy. n.OuTi Zt.UT,.
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha. Hogs, Hi.mtO; eattle, 14,000.
Kansas City. Hogs, fl.noo; cattl-
Union Siock yards. S:4o a. in.: Hoj
market strong to rc higher. Light
0.2uTr 0.0."; mixed and butchers, fi.loru)
!..;: good neavv. ;i.i.'i i.42 ; rouga
heavv. n.onffi O.uo.
Cattle market steady
0.."0; cows and heifers. I.lofi .1.20
stockors and feeders. 2.0"T?4.90.
Sheep market slow.
Hog market closed weak to .".c lower.
-Light, 0.1. "iff 0.00; good heavy. .VOu'iS
0.S7; mixed and butchers. C.10I& C..VI ,
rough heavy. n.OOTr n.fin.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed slow.
New York Stocks.
York. Julv SO. Following are
Up quotations on the market today:
U. P. 141',, U. S. Steel preferred
looli, V. S. Steel common S0"4. Read
ing loit.i. Rock Island preferred 47's.
Rock Island common 21 Southern
racific 90, N. Y. Central lll'A. Mis
souri Pacific 7C"St, L. & N. 113. Smelt
ers lll, C F. I. Sl'i. Canadian Pa
cilic 17014. IVnna 12'1'. Erie 2S. C
& O. Sni. B. R. T. f.7. B. & O. 9754.
itchison 92"-4, Locomotive ns'i. Sue
121 Vi. St. Paul 1SS. Copper SS,
public Steel common 27. Southern
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions,
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. July 30. Following
the quotations on the market today:
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Spring chickens $3.00
to $1.00 dozen; luns, per lb., Sc to
ducks, per pound, 9 to 10c; turkeys,
pound, 14c to 15c; geese, per pound,
9 to 10c.
Butter Dairy, 18c to 20c.
Lard 10c to 11c.
Eggs Fresh, 15c.
Vegetables Potatoes, new C5 to
Hogs $5.50 to $0.25.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00
$5.75; Iambs, $4.50 to $C.7S
Cattle Steers $3.50 to $5.00; cowb
and heifers, $2 to $4.00; calves, $4.50
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 57 to 59c; oats, 4C
Forage Timothy hay, old $12 to
Or brother, or sister, or some
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You want to do things pro
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It may hit your pocketbook
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besides, you can't tell your guest
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I new IS to $10; prairie, old $10 to $13.
new $7 to $9; clover, mixed $10 to $12;
straw, $7.no to $S.
Wood Hard, per load, $5 to $5.50.
Coal Lump, bushel, 13 to 14c; Black,
per bushel, 7 to Sc.
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A Memorable Day.
One of the days we remember with
pleasure, as well as with profit to our
health, is the one on which we became
acquainted with Dr. King's New Life
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I headache and biliousness, and keep the
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MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
A thrilling melodrama in four acts.
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