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MAKE NEVER A HIT
BRING FIGHT HERE
FACE TO FACE
Islanders Powerless Before Ba
President Holland Said to be
w mier s
ker but Lose the Gafpe ;
on an Error.
About to Declare Dubuque
TIIE ARGUS, SATUHDAY. AUGUST SI, t907.
Will be n "rucccns if yon allow
us to help you complete your
"going away" outfit.
Suit cases, traveling hags, fold
ing umbrcllar, fancy waistcoats,
bathing suits; in fact, every
thing in men's wear cm he found
in our store.
KNOX CRUSHER HATS.
AM A HATS.
MEN OF CULTURE -AND
Always want their clothing
made lor them, not to lit any
body. For the must fa.-tidi..us
wo have some elegant Fall fab
rics to show tliose who woul 1
like to have lite li.'itei'n of their
business or "Sunday" clothing
to wear in the eaily Fall. We
(an ht you i:i a model that, can
not fail to give yon thi distingue
stlc of a gentleman.
E. F. DORN.
1812 Second Ave.
DO UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM
FANCIERS AND PEOPLE WHO
APPRECIATE THE QUALITY
AND LARCE ASSORTMENT
OF FANCY ICE CREAMS AND
FRUIT ICES GO TO MATH'S?
WE WANT YOU TO GIVE
US YOUR NEXT PARTY OR
RE.CEPTION ORDER AND WE
WILL CONVINCE- YOU
FANCY ICE CREAMS, CON
FECTIONERY AND PARTY
171f Second Avenue
. if$gff The
Harper House Block.
BUNGLES GET SWALM AROUND
Then Wanner Lets a Roller Get Away,
Whio'1 With. Two Hits De-
cidss the Day.
Dubuque at Kock Island.
Cedar Rapids at Clinton.
Bloornington at Peoria.
Decatur at Springfield.
Clinton at Rock Island.
Cedar Rapids at Dubuipie.
Springfield at Peoria.
Decatur at Blooniington.
Clinton, Aug. 111. .Tawn Raker w;r
at his best yoteiday afternoon and d
lowed the Islander;; not a hit. At
that ho would have been defeated had
it not been for an error. Rock Island
ma le a run on errors in the third an i
a bundle and a couple of iiits result'' !
in a pair of scores for Clinton in their
half. After that neither side could do
Howard piteh 'd fine ball, but four
hits being registered and he issue I
two passes. Xot a visitor reached
bisr xc, pt on errors.
Swaltu got a lii'e in the third on an
ertor by Vogel and stop second.
Murjdiy sacrificed hini to tliird, troni
where he scored when Vogel made a
wild throw to first.
'! . Ilili :ou! Krror Count I'nir.
Knph.iti in Clinton's half hit afl't
l!ak r was out and Wanner let liar
tod's toiler get .away from him. Kan
ban going to iiiird. Hat'iod stole sec
ond. Oidan Hew out but Corkhili
sincle brought in both runners. Score
ROCK ISLAND. R. H, R.
Swalnt. if 1 ft u
.Murphy. If ft t) u
llimew. 1!) it n M
Vandine. 3b u u 1
Wanner. 2b ft n 3
Rerger. ss n (i 1
Dowers, cf u " 1
Cook, cf 0 0 2
Eng. e n (i 5
Ilowiird. n n ft 1
Kaplian, cf .
H.i i rod. ::b
Milan, if . . .
Corkhill. if .
Vosnd. :;h . .
Lemon, c . .
I taker, p
. . .1
. . .1
. . .u
. . .0
. . .0
. . .0
. . .0
. . . .n
. . . .'
Store by innings:
.2 I 1 1
. .o n 1 jj ii a n u II
. .1! II 2 0 0 0 II I) it-
Summary: Two-base hit Ohlnn.
Struck out Ry Howard, 1; bv Raker,
i. liases on halls ();T Howard, 2.
Wild pitch Howard. Stolen bases
S.valm. k.mhnn, Hai tod. og 1. Time
1:15. fmpire Daub.
Springfield. 111.. Aug. 111. Schioibo'
was wild nnd donated the L-arne to
Springfield. Campbell was hit by a
htown ball and painfully injured.
SI'RINCFIFLD. R. H
P. A. 12.
2 o 0
1 :: 0
11 7 n
ir, 1 i
2 1 n
1 :: 1
1 11 n
1 0 n
11 11 11
n 4 0
27 1! 1
P. A. 12.
2 ( o
(J 5 1
1 I) II
ii 1 n
0 0 11
12 1 1
1 1 0
5 1 0
11 1 (I
21 11 .:;
Ruby. If 0 1
Schai U'.vi her. ss '1
Hel ix i t. :ib II (i
Muni". 11) n n
Novaei k", c li II 2
lghes, 2h 2 2
Shaw, rf 1 1
Campbell, if 1 u
Moore, if ii o
oecher, p 1 (i
leffrie?, rf 1
feiinant, 1b ,
S( hreiiier, I)
Score by innings:
Spi ingfiebl 11 2 U 2 1 0 0 0 5
Decatur 1 n tin on 0 0 0 1
Summary: Stolen bases Campbell
front (2). Struck out Hv Srhreiher.
by Reecher, Rases on halls Off
Schit ibtr, 4. Double plavs Herbert-
Hughes - Scharnwcbcr: Hiiifhcs Scharn.
web, -Smith. Time l:::o. Umnire
l'forla. at I Ionic. VI:ih. ,
I'eoria, III., Aug. :',1. Peoria cc lcbra-
When you want a auick cure without
any loss of time, and one that is followed
oy no bad reaults, use
Colic, Cholera and
It never fails and is pleasant to take.
It 13 equally valuable for children. It is
j famous for its cures over a large part ol
; I the civilized world.
v K - .
Always 1 x-in-nilabl'.' Utility I'layer.
This valuable member of the Island-
rs w;is horn at Quincy, III., March 1!'
1SSJ. lie started to idav iirofessioiiiil
ball at Oshkosh, Wis., where he wort
oi in r.n!.). .m me oiiming oi lue sea
son ot itini,, iti would not sign wit!
Wisconsin and was taken on by i'eoria
The Disl illei s did not use him, and in' wn
ii;t to i he Islanders in .Tune. Durin:
ast s ason he played short and won
name tor reliability and steaumess
1 his vear. while he hits boon forced w
iJay m :i numlier ot positions and ha
th lefore not had an onnor! unit V to
make the best showing, he has alwtiy
''.one Ins lovi 1 bi st. lb' has also been
there with the bat in the rabies that
have won many a game. Cook is
rniwrsity of Illinois man. ami whil
prevented horn pb-ung on tin team
there because be is a professional. h(
has done valuaide wotk tvs assistau
coach under liuiT. While the latti
was with lloston tliis siiring he Inn
full charge of t!:e team.
rtturn to the home grounds bv
defeating liloomiiii'loii. 1 to 1. Tliiery's
work .'it the bat. scoring throe times in
!h re times up, was the feature. Score:
FKORIA. R. H. P. A. 12.
Thiery. if :: :; 1 n p
Davidson, cf o 0 (l 0
Swaeina. lb n 2 J 1 o
Rcwcr, :iii n 2 1 2 u
I2gan. 2b il u r, 4 0
Donnelly, cf . 11 1 ;t 0 0
Kiickson. e 11 1 4 1 0
Raymond, ss 11 n :: 1 0
Wildi r, p 11 o 1 0 0
Totals 1 ii 27 12 i
RI.OO.MINC.TON. R. II. P. A. 12.
Uraba'ii, :'.b 1 2 2 1 0
Snyder. s o 11 0 4 n
Coni. is. If 0 1 1 () p
Reek. ( f 0 i n n 1
Kuiiu. l!i 0 1 10 ( (I
I.. Donovan. 2b n 11 4 4 1
Wi'ians, rf 11 o r, 0 J
Wihen, rf (I 11 1 n 2
leuseii. p n 11 1 ; 11
Totals 1 5 21 12 1
i'eoi i a
1 0 1 (I 1 II 1 II 1
gton 10 (I II II (I () 0 0 1
lUintnary: Two-base bits Thierv
(2). Stolen bases Thiery, Davidson.
Rases 0,1 halls Off Wilder. off .len
sen. 1. Struck our Rv Wilder :t t,v
lens 11, 1. Double plays Rayrnond-
Hgan; Rayinond-Rgnn-Swacina. Time
l:2u. T'ninirc Wilkinson. Attendmwn
1 .2t id.
( e;ar Rapids, la
R. II. P.
. . ti
..2 n 0
. . 2 in
,.o u 1
..2 1 r,
. . 1 1
. . 2 1 0
..1 2 1
locdis won. Score:
012 DA It RAPIDS.
Total 1 1 12 27 11 .
DURFQUn. R. II. P. A. F.
Slr'cdds, If 11 2 4 I) .
Mclilll, cf 0 12 0 0
Rosso, lb 11 11 13 0 0
Gen in r., 2b 0 11 0 4 1
Meddoii. 2h 0 tl 1 1 2
Derringer. s 0 0 2 4 ')
O'Rrion, c ' 0 0 1 2 1
Weber, rf 0 0 10 I
Swalni. p 11 1 0 1 (1
Total ft 4 24 1 5
Cedar Rrpids 1 .1 0 2 1 1 1 3 11
Dubuque 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 '
Two base hits Pfyle, Radabaugl!
Rases on halls Off Sivalm. 3. Struck
out Rv Radahaugh, 1 ; by Swalm,
Daub gave another nice exhibition of
umpiring at Clinton yesterday, his
work beiiirt condemned by both sides
On one occasion, when he called Kng
out on third strike when the bull went
so wide that Catcher Ienion had to
jump for it to get it with 0110 hand
Manager Tighe completely lost patience
and expostulated so persistently that
Daub called two policemen and ordered
them to take the Rock Island manager
from the grounds. As he left, members
ot the crowd called to Tighe. "Take
Daub with you, and we'll be satisfied
Baker has been a stumbling block for
Rock Island all season. The only time
he has been beaten was on a fluke by
NOWON WAY TO ROCK ISLAND
Dfficers of Up-River Association
Threaten to Try Id Block Him
With Court Injunction.
Fresidont Ed Holland and Secretn'y
rbert Miller of the Thivo-I league
-- c rotary Rowland of the Dubnoue
ociation, and .loo i'aien, meinlvr of
Dubuipie board 01 directors, were
toning to Rot k Island todav with
h- iirosnects of a clash ovi-r the nm
I i. . . . .- I. , T k . . 1 4". 1. : ,
t'.'i; 01 Mil.1 j'liiiii'i'i'. ii.iin-iiisr WIleTl
thi V meet. b roai liresent indientie.11
nsattcr is likely to get into th
.'t the lcccnt. ineitmg at Peori 1
1 m nieiii 110 am was triven iio-v..i-
11.. ii . j . , , i
) '.eclaro the Dubuipie franchise to
ton d in case sat isfaciory assurane
wa.- not lorthconung that the team
woi Id he earned through to the on
of the season. Yoslenlav Seeietnr
Mil "i- was in Dubu-pie and while
the'" notified the otlieers of the ns--o-
da; on that the franchb-o would !)
UcNred forfeited ;it Rock Island after
ttie game here this afternoon M
Miller left Dubuipie for Rock Is! onl
this morning, to unci Presidi-nt Hol-
ane here this afternoon, hut stopped
it ( 'inton en route.
linn- Ilnrrlcd t 1 ri t Iota.
It; the lileaillime the Dubuipie o!lt
,'nt lo'.'ether and lia-tilv a
to Mock the proceedings if possi
Seon-tary Rowland and Mr. Pah n,
corC io-iy started for Rock Island
a cei'feront ron;e from that taken
Sec let a ry Miller with the avowed
ten i ion of applying for an iniune
revent the trnnsfer of tin fran-
They reached tin
tend 1 he game t his
vci-wion wtth an
city in tune to ill
attenioi.n. in con
tive Mr. Rowland said President Hol
land will be in this evening and a
eonieionoe will be held and the out
roine will decide Dubinpie's course.
He declared the improved showing
made at Dubuque under the new man
ageinent dcserw.l a triii at ieas! lid
the end of the season and said he toe:
his associates are prop. nod to i.igov
otisly defend their lights if necessary
While in Dubuipie Mr Milb-r stated
that the reason for the acjioii coutem
plated was that Dubuque had not tit-
slightest prospect of coming up to th
required ::ii.niMi attendance nnd lit 1
hi on remiss in paving league due;.
1 no nasenait ouniais 01 that c:ty re
plied that they were willing to o.nry
the tonin fiirounli tool if the atti n 1
ir.ee did no: reach ?.0 u0( thoy stoo l
ready to contribute enough to the-
I'aciio treasury to make up the differ
ence. The soor.'taty. however, dhi not
seem Fatisiied with the situation.
ueports iroin iiiibuiitte are that tr
is the. intention to place the ftanchls
it Ifockford. A dispatch from P.looni-
"gton savs the t-arn. if taken from
thfi Key city, will probably be place !
ti Davenport and carried by th?
eague till the end of the s'a-- n.
Rock Island, having eight games
to play with tic Miners, is ospechiVy
interested in the miteome of the con
fiovcrsv. (ourtt M:iy Nt IiiNTfori.
Considerable intertst is being taken
in the attitude the courts wul t a !;-
if they arc appealed to. Tne question
of jurisdiction is also raised, some,
contending that as the affair is iui es
tate in character it can only be d
cided in ;i federal tribunal. In sindla.
casis which have been brought tnti
the courts the iaiter have as a ru'.e
decided the issues were nut such a -
could be pmpei lv considered bv then;
and the baseball authorities have been
loft to arrive at a settlement among
at Rock Island early in the
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
Jacksonville has dropped Dad Roach.
Offa Ni.iil has been called away from
Springfield by sickness.
Baker had not won a game
defeated Rock Island July 1.
It is reliably feported that several
big league tcania are sizing up
Two games Monday, the first being
called at 10 a. in. and the afternoon con
test at 3.
The Islanders need to look back
well as ahead, for our old friend
times of need. Bidden Hill, is close
If the Islanders get a lookin at the
..... . nt - - - 1- . .
penuum, 11 win ne necessary ior eiieiiij
to win ail ot thf next nine games on
the home gremnds.
: The double umpire experiment
seems to have been confined to Rocic
Island alone. One man is looking
after the tight games in the southern
end of the circuit.
President Spencer of the Rock Isl
and Baseball association today an
nounced that the newspaper carrier
boys of the city will be admitted free
:t tin- morning game Mon
Mtm.tger Donnelly says nowadays it
' necessary for the homo team to win,
legardless of the lui'rits of the game, or
tile crowd is sore. In the old days wlu-n
Donnelly got his start the spectators
wore v, ell enough phased if thoy saw a
rood game, regardless 01 wno got uie
long end of the score. T bin jiicsum-
t.ly is in line with the statement Doit
eHy made while hero tiie last time
that Peoria would not lose another
game fin tile Home grounus uns jeai.
RECORD OF THE
THRI2I2 I2YI2 LRAOIT..
W. L. IV t
Decatur To Pi .i;:1;
Peoria . . . i' .1- .u!"
Spiiugfn-M : II
Rock Island C8 45 .602
Cedar Rapids ::' 50 .55s
1 lieomiugion lt ill .IIS
Clinton 14 (is. .::'.);:
Dubuque 1! -17'i
W. L- IV!.
Ciiicago SS 22 .7-1
New York C7 Is
Pitt-bnig cs Pi .5.;;
Pl-.lheb-lphia Ill 50 .501
P.rooklyu 51 01 .lis
Cincinnati 50 lis .421
Pi oti 4:1 7:: ."71
Si. Louis, 25 S5 .2a2
.0 1 1
Chicago . . .
Cleveland . .
New York . .
I lost on . . . .
W. L. Pc .
To!, do 7!1 51 .5!H
Ooluti'hu- 77 51 .5SS
Minneapolis on 01 .5la
Louisville 07 07 .5ui
Indianapolis 02 7u .471
Kansas City "' Tl .IT''
Milwaukee 01 7u .li'.'l
St. I'a.li C2 S2 .3SS
TI I RI2I2-T2YTj LI2AO.FI2.
Clinton, 2; Rock Island. 1.
Springfield. 5; Decatur. I.
Peoria. 1: r.loouungton. 1.
Cedar Rapids, II; Dubuque, ft.
AM KRiCAN I.I2AO.F12.
New York, Philadelphia. 0.
Washington, :'; Boston. 4 televc:
Pittsburg. 2-n: Chicago. 1-0 (seeor,.!
game si von innings.)
Boston. :'.: New York. I (six in
niiigs. rain )
Pi iheh Iphia. 1; Brooklyn. :'..
AM KilIOAN ASSOCIATION.
Indianapolis. 1: Toledo, 13.
Louisville. 1: Columbus. 1.
Minneapolis. 5; St. Paul, -I.
Milwaukee. 1-1; Kansas City. 2-3.
Keokuk. I : Burlington. S.
Mar.-iialliown, (i-3; Waterloo, 2-4.
O.-kaioosa. 1"; Ottninwa, ft.
Q'tinoy. 2; Jacksonville. 2.
Teire Haute, 5; Canton. 1.
Kvansville, 2; Wheeling, 1.
Smith Rend. 1-1; Dayton, 0 !.
Crand Rapids. ; Springlicid, 1.
V 12 S T 12 R N LE AC, U 12.
De? Moines. 1-7; Sioux City, ft1
(second' game six innings).
Postal Employes to Play.
One of tiie events in the season in
the baseball world will be the game
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock be
twein the clerks ami cariiers of the
Rock I-dand post office. The boys have
nract iced faithfully and experts who
have locked the teams over say
battle will be fit ice.
At tbis season we should eat sparing
ly and properly. "We should also help
the stomach as much as possible by
the use of a little Kodol occasionally.
Kodol for indigestion and dyspepsia
will rest the stomach by actually di
gesting the food itself. Sold by all
Everyone drinks it and keeps
All Whiskies Bottled in
Old McBraycr. Nelson Bour
bon. Nelson Rye, Anderson
Bourbon, Old Taylor, Clark's
COLFAX WATER Car
bonated and plain.
1616-1618 Third Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
THREE IN A
Sweet Marie and Fashoda Win
the Harness Events Friday
in Straight Heats.
ONE HORSE LOSES SHOE
Coronado Again Takes the Runniorj
Event, the Tri-City Derby. Going
I the Mile in 1:52.
Roth of the hirnis .vtios at the
Ninth street track yesterday aft' inooii
were won in three straight, heat-,
Sva t t Marie, own-, d by .1. Kittci liiau nf
Tiskilwa. tnl.ing the
Fashoda. owned by F.
of M nipilis, the f pe
12. Wi l.eishan
1 ial 2 : 'o ; r.u
of tile trolling
Corona. 10 won
;;Tng the thirl
Which T'uK tile place
'Veto silnduied. Did
he tii-ii' lietby. ma
uniiitig inc.- which th
e Woods ilolS"
won during the me t. It lias cross-
i the line first every day. The run
ning event vesteidav was lor a mile.
lied I'eppi r and Wi-a nrin gave D 1
Coionado a tair chase, but Airniount
dropped lar behind on tin: stiond lap.
f he time was 1 :52.
The tiack yesterday was in fair
rdinpt.'. and the attendance was larger
than ither of the iirst two days of tlr
met. 1 inlays events will end the
meeting. P:ai' had t k -n mam toliaoe
races Suiidav and Labor day, ten t --
were cailed off oil nccolllit of the ili-
lense interest in the baseball contests.
Following are the sumni.-iru s ot yes
S:g". : l,nr.N... S too.
Swei t Micie. b in., i Ki: ret 111.111 )
Lucy .. lt. in., ( l'e'ens )
May C. br. m.. ( Mover)
Ttnii 2:2';'-. 2:2':. 2:20.
U:UO Trul I'nrsc. :tiM.
Fasla da. h. in.. ( Wicker: ham ). .
.1 1 I
Yerna M . b. ru.. (Johnson) 2 3 i
Robert P.. b. g.. (Friend) 3 2 -:
Tinn 2::!'i'i, 2: 3d. 2:2S.
II or-,- In Sot llilrk.
In the 2:25 pace Colomd Johnson
owmd by T. 12. Johnson of Sullivan
Id., threw a shoe in the second (u at
and was distanced. Lady S., Ed Ward's
liitle mare, was also distanced in th
second neat. Johnson entered a pro
test. In the 2:2ft trot. Sandy Mac. own
ed hv l.d Ward, was distanced lor run
ning. In the second heat Yeina M. fin
islied second, but was set back to third
place for swerving, the drivi r of Rol
ert P. charging that he was touted on
the' tutu onto the stretch.
THREE PRIZES TO
BE GIVEN SHOOTERS
Rock Island Gun C'ub Will Spend
Monc'ay Afternoon at Watch
The Rock Island Oun club will boll
a distance handicap club shoot Mon
When you can have it done lice
at such reasonable prices too.
Tri-City Cleaning &
M. ABRAHAMS, PROP.
Ladies' and gent's garment;,
cleaned, pressed, dyed and re
paired. Work guaranteed. Goods
called for and delivered. Mer
chant tailoring a specialty.
2121 Fourth avenue. Reck Island.
Phone W738 K.
BUT WILL HEREAFTER.
day atiit no iti. :Tailr.ig
at 1 o'clock a'-
their- range in ;,r 1 hi
Thr-e prizes will b-- awarded for the
three high scon s. Tic no mli'-ts will
also Cotnpe'o tor the- Peters cu,,
whien ba.- !..!!! (ion.'ited by the Petes
company. : 1 le -1 ot to.- for six month'--,
each member ol tic club :-h.oting
at. 15" iiitds. not t 1 i .ce. ,1 5" birds
hi. any ..in- shoo;. The seor..-- male
in shooting fir the prizes Mmula;
afti tiii ion tiny be counted on tin- cu;i
if the members so declare them-"lv3
in this way b. iore going to score.
Peteis shells '" be use, I I'M-lasivelv
in cent for f- ctmi. The prizes i.
be aw;ire.ed MondDY are;
Kir-': Order on P.eiin -tt elovi
store for $5 sweater.
Second: Older- on Simon '.- Mos,n-
f older for $.1 liat.
Thiol : Or.hr on Koch, the .gun
smith, for ,2 worth of shells.
THE ROCK ISLAND FURRIER.
Is pleased to announce
the arrival of his Fall
and Winter Styles of
Furs. Patterns from
New York and London.
C?0 vOOOOOOOOOC. ooooooooooooo
SPORTING GOODS STORE
U, 1619 Second Avenue, Rock fsland.
Between two cltlbmatos as to th
merits of this, that, of the other
beverage as a chaser or as a
drink by it si If, always ends in
endorsing the Carre &: Ohlwoiler
company's brand, whatever the
choice (linger Ale, Iron Brew,
Lemon. Sarsaparilla. Coca-Cola,
or the like. Club members are
aware, many families know that
our bottling is tantamount to
purity. You'll know if you stud
for a case.
Carse & Ohlweiler
Cor. Eleventh St. and Fifth Ave.
Old phone west 14, new phone