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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1907.
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MANAGERS OF THE
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F.. DONNELLY 1902-1903.
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JACK TUUiK l!t,7.
HARRY SAGE 190t.
JACK M'CONNELL 1 9)r-l SOC.
TAKE A TIGHT ONE
Islanders Land qh Radabaugh
in Two Innings. While How r
ard Holds Thern Safe.
AIDED BY FATAL WILDNESS
Rabbits Faced Shutout Till Ninti
Wherv ! .Das ( Lam.rf.ed the .Bali Y;
Out in Corner for a Homer. '
Rock Island at Cedar Rapids.
Clinton at Dubuque.
Bloomtngton at Springfield.
Pooria at Decatur.
, .0 0 0
Total .- :S G 23 14 2
Springfield . . .... .0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1
nicoiuinjiion . . . . . . . : o o a"o o 2 1 o o 1
Two !ia hits Rtiby.-L. Donovan.
Struck out Bv Owens, 4; by Thorso j.
:,. Ruses on halls Off Owens, 2; o"
Tliorson, 3. Double play Seliar:;'
weber to Hughes. Time 1:45. Fir.
pire Setley. . ,
' Hilton the l'nifer.
. Dubuque,' Iowa, Sept. 14. The sti
perior base running of Clinton, cnuple.i
with hitting, .gave : it a victory over
Cedar Rapids. Sept. 14. Rock Isl
and won an exceptionally good ga.iH.
of ball yesterday 2 to 1. It was a
pitchers' argument between Howard
and ' Radabaugh with the honors ii
favor of the .visiting J wirier. In onk
two innings did Rock' Island get a ma l
as far as IKt Jiase and in! each ca..
In the Erst Rrtdabaugh was wild an 1
issued passes to Himes and Vandiuo.
The former warf on third w h en' ' W'a n
ner sent a. drive out. to riuht thii
Crown came, in and gral)bed only to
let it drop. Dimes tallied. In tho
fifth., though Radabaugh struck oi:
three men retiring the side 'unassisted
eventually, he, allowed three hits to be
sandwiched in. and these resulted jn
evtr Tttt) lilt la Iiinluu;.
Cedar Rapids made but four hi'
and there were no two i;i tine inninz.
There was no chance for a score til!
the ninth, when Ben Davis hit on.'
out. to the tall uncut and bv racing for
dear life managed to stretch it into A
The bunch of Rock Island rooters
who were present pulled. like mad for
the success of their team. A double
header will be played today. Score
Shields, If .
Bosse, lb .
IJei ringer, ss
Swalm, p .
Davis, ss .
Lemon, cf .
ye-tci day's game. Score :
. ! R. If. P. A.E.
WINS SECOND, TOO
Rock Island Takes Other Game
.of This Afternoon From y
Rock' Island ..
Cedar Rapids ,
won the second game
Batteries Neal and O'Leary;
ion,- Raudebaugh and Simon.
Grand Rapids, 3; Evansville, 3.
Canton, .3; Dayton, 2.
Waterloo, 3; Keokuk, 1.
Jacksonville, 4; Oskaloosa, H.
Quincy, 8; Ottunnva. . ' ' '
Burlington, 11; MarshalKown, S.
Springfield Wins First.
Springfield took the first
Bloomington today, 10 to 1. The bat
teries were: Springfield, Moore and
Donovan; Bloomington, Kcentne'r and
' In the sixth inning Decatur was
ahead, in the game with Peoria, 11 to
4. The batteries: Decatur, Bittro:!?
and Berry; Peoria, Moore and Wolf,
II. P. A.E.
Total . . . .
ROCK ISLAND. R. II.
Swalm, if 0 1
O'Leary, c 0 ft
Dimes, lb 1 ft
Vandine, ,t! n o
Wanner. 2b 0 ft
Murphy, If 0 0
Cook. s ...... 1 1
Dowers, 'cf ft 1
Howard, p ft ft
. .'. . .0 ft ft ft ft 0 ft ft ft-
......I 00 0 0 0 1 0 24
Two base hits Derringer, Lemon,
Corkhlll. Bases on baTls Off Har.i
son, 3. Struck out By "Swalm. 9: V
Harrison. 4. Double plays Harrison
o Smith to Crockett, French to
Crockett, French to Davis to Crockett.
rmplre Daub. Time 1:45.
Dernttir Fnt( u ItiiMO.
Decatur, Sept. 1 4. Decatur bunched
hits the more successfully and moved
faster on bases. Score:v .
DECATUR. R. H. P. A. E.
RECORD OF THE
Yi PENNANT RACES
Buy Flour Business.
The Russell-Miller Milling company
of Minneapolis has bought the emiie
business of the Pender Flour company,
Davenport, who handled the veil known
Occident flour. The new co::cm will
use Davenport as a distributing point
for southern Iowa and Illinois and
Clinton. V. B. Avery i;f Minneapolis
will be the resident manager and hi.-?
ofUces will hi? located in the -Masonic
HORT OF MONEY
Supervisors Direct the County
Clerk Net to Pay Certain
S.'ii) i '
FOR GROUNDHOGS AND CROWS
PRINCE AT LUNCH COUKTCP.
Fass Tax Levy for $37,5C0 for Various
Purposes January Grand
Jury Is Selected.
' ;THREE:-EYE LEAGUE.
Dubuque . . . .
leffries, if .
Wagner, If .
Put tell., 3b .
Piout, 3b ..
Powell, c . .
Bomar, p .
CEDAR RAPIDS. R.
Davis, If 1
OP.kes, 2b, cf 0
Howard, cf, 2b 0
Pfyle, lb .0
Brown, rf . . . 0
Simon, c "
Clevenger, "! .'. 0
Ciandall. ss ft
Radabaugh, p .0
Totals 3 6
Tbiery, rf ....
Davidson, If . . . . .
Bewer, 3b , . .
Donnelly, cf ......
Wolfe, c '.
Total 1 4 27 9 1
Rock Island '. . . 1 0 (i ft I 0 0 0 02
Cedar . Rapids ft n o ft 0 ft n 0 1 i
Honie run Davis. Double play
Cook to Wanner to Hhnes. -Struck
out By Radabaugh, 4; by Howard. ":.
Bases on balls Oft Radabaugh, 2.
Whm lii Mntli.
Springfield, 111.. Sept. 14. Spring
field defeated Bloomington in the
ninth inning, when llcuert drew a
base on balls and scored on Scharii-
weber's single to"Tight. The pitchei
were given ragged support. Score:
SPRINGFIEIJ). R. II. P. A. '.
Thornton, rf ....... 0 0 1 ft ft
Ruby, If 0 1 0 0 1
Shaw, cf ,....1 ft 3 ft 0
Herbert, 3b ....... 1. ft 2 3 0
Smith, lb ..1 1 11 0,1
Hughes, 2b ' 1 1 3 2 3
Scharnweber, ss 0 2 2 fi 0
Donovan, c ..0 1 5 2 t
Owens, p ... 0 ft ft 3 0
Total .." .4 0 27 16 3
BLOOMINGTON. R. H. P. A.
Graham, 3b . . . . '. . . . . . .2 2 1 2 1
Snyder, ss 0ft 2 5 1
Conners. If 1 0 1 0 0
Beck, cf 0 ft 3 10
Kuhn, lb 0 1 II ft 0
L. Donovan, 2b. .0 12 2 0
Winans, rf 0 1 2ft 0
Wilson, c ...0 1 3 10
Raymond, ss 0
Wilder, p '. 0
R. H. P. A.E.
.0 '0 2 0 0
Detroit . . ;'.
Cleveland . .
New York .
St. Louis ..
.. 7S 54,
New York .
Brooklyn. . .
St. Louis .,
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Wiihe'r.1 of Sweden Had Ssn-JwiaJ:.-.
and Ccffcs Quite Domoiratcady.
Sitting on a high stool fivn:.!:.; f.;c
counter of the tlepr.t ro-tir.iv.i'.-.t.
l'riiue Wili:elin of Sweden ale s;:nd
wiclifs and drank coffee the oilier '-wiling
jiut the fat!:e as hundivd-; of or
dinary individuals do every d.iy. s::y
a Pittsfi;dd.(Mass.) special dispatch to
the New York. Times.
Tin? prince was on bi '.ray from Al
bany to Boston, and his train was h-M
up for two bouts at Chatham, N. Y.,
by a vina'.T freight vit'ek.
Bv the time the train reach ! I'itts-
fiehl his highness was unniit.lkably
h'jngry, inul, the foniluctor was a-;!-d
to hold, the train long enough for th-
my a! appetite 1 be appeased. I'r::i"
Wiibcin: and tin? 'members of hi-s pit
ty lined up before-the co:;httr. and
the pretty waitresses "were, ovcreoiin
with awe when they learned the iden
tity of their patron. "
Coffee. , sAndw-iches and railnad
doughnuts were onlered ai:d e.-itc-.i
with relish. Several hundred ,vopl
jssendded at the statituand hinl a
good view of the prince as tit; stowed
away the edibles.
By giving a two dollar tip for tho
lunch Prince Wi'.helm established :t
new schedule, of gratuities in the Berk
fddrcs. Anna Watkins was the pret
ty waitress who received the $2. ,
The board of supervisors this morn
ing, by adopting a resolution ou-iol
by Supervisor Pfoh, took another .top
lotvanl county wohaniy, and ala-
voiced a pretext against the .enactnrenl
oi taws by tr.o legislature to npposa
new buriiens t;n the county without
providing methods t:f raising the ad
(iiiiainl funds required. The purpose
of the resolution is to direct the coun
ty clerk to issue no orders for bounly
on ground hogs, crows and crow's
eggs. The resolution stales- that th
legal limit of- 75 cents on .lftt -i-in
to raise sufficient nn.iuy to
necessary expenses - nf th?
Canton .... .'. OS
Terre Haute ........... .04
Evansville . ..r.Y ; Ofi
Dayton ... 1.05
Grand Rapids .......... .57
South Bend .".52
Totals :.0 C 24 12 2
Score by innings:
Decatur , . . . . . . . .0 ft 0 0 0 0 2 1 3
Peoria .'. v ... . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0
Summary: Two-base hits Powell,
Jeffries. Stolen bases Long, Tennant,
Davidson.. Struck out By Bomar, 3;
by Wilder. 2. Bases on balls Off Bo
mar, 1; off Wilder, 1. Time 1:25. Urn
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Columbus ....... C2 .589
Toledo . . . . ... . ... S7 .04 .570
Minneapolis ......... . ..70 73 .50
Louisville .'. . ...'.75 70 .497
Kansas City. . . .: . 72 70 .480
Indianapolis,... .,..72 79 U'7
Milwaukee ...... ......71 78 .477
St. Paul ............ 58 92 .387
. Ball Team Photo.
Fine group photos of Rock Island
baseball team can be had at Smith's
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Had "Tetter for 30 Years.-
I have suffered with tetter for 30
years and have tried almost countless
remedies with , little, if any, relief,
Three "boxes oi Chamberlain's Salve
cured rnc? It was i torture. It breaks
out a; little sometimes, but nothing to
what it used to do- D, H. Beach, Mid
land City, Ala.- Chamberlain's Salve is
for sale by all druggists. ;
Sunday and holiday schediilt! discon
tinued after,Sept. S
I. & I. RAILWAY COMPANY.
Pure hearts are glad, -and they who
tread the path of duty find God'a
world sweet. ' '
A life In continual need is half death.
iiermau Trovftrb. " '
, Will Hnrrotv S iO.OlKI. .
The board yesterdav and -today d
voted its atleniioii mainly to mat to. ?
of county finances. The cciyity trea;'
urer and chairn;an of the finance com
miitee wore acihorize.d to borrow 4o.
ftftft. and to renew all outstanding
notes of the county.
The customary tax budget resolution
was adopied, providing for a total iey
of $S7.5ft" for county purposi."., dis
tributed . sis follows:
Salary of county j'uUe...
Salary of jaiii'.or.'.eiigini.-er
Stationery and supplies
various offices ....
Jury certificates, circuit
county court:-!. Insanity,
Justice of the penci
Biiihs and death"'. ...
Salaries and expanses board
Ceunty infirmary, including
steward's salary and fuel...
Poor, outside, aid ...'..."....
Relief indigent soldiers......
Fuel court notice and -jail .-.
Repairs court house and 'jail..
Jail and jail expenses
Miscellaneous services includ
ing supervisors . services,
committee' work, '.and ex."
penses ceunty superinteii
dtni's office --
' S:tnk ns Ilrv:it.
The supervisors .named S;ir,ei inte
iiont Swatik of the county infirmary
as a representative to attend the nies -
ing of ll'.c. sfato lii?ru ; of charitias a;
Jacksonville Ocf.'ril-ll. It v.nd.-r-sieHd
that the . beard will iit that
tima tt'scnss the iww regulatwin whicli
requires the staff! to care for all in
sane persous, arid. takes this vork en
tirely out of the hands of th county
Crnnti Jury in Drann.
The following were drawn as mem
bers nf the January grand jury:
Cordova Oharios Reynolds.
Cce Michael Murphy.
Catioe Creek Uharlas Zeller.
'.uma F. X. Ziegler.
Port Byron William Banker.
Hampton George Skinner.
South Mo'.ine August Karstens.
Molinc George Ham'cr, August Lar-
Rot-k Ish'.nd Herman Seidcl, J. C.
;u'M. Edv;;:rd B!encr, ;nd I'iiil Y.'aeiier.
Soul a R.-x-k Island J. W. Hamul. :'
Black Hawk Robert Kane.,. .
Coal Valley Henry HiiUo.r,"
' Rural William Hess.
Bowling Samuel Moffit.
Edging! oi1. C. H. Wayne. . .- ' '
: Ae.dalusia Gcorfff Bnrgt-yne-
. Buffalo Prairie Vynn H. Frtince.
Drury Frank Yanatla.
2(,",TALKS TO ' 1HF.
Pre&ident Barnes Speaks at t ie
School General Assembly.
An address was given ta the p:i;ii'.:
of tl;- high rchcol 'yesterday afie--hcfji
in t.:ie - a:t.-emblv hall by D.
. C.Oftt) Baines, president of ihe Illinois Wes-
fjitl-'.l IVlilxifftrf 1.1-. i,..iTik O ... .
ut at the same time interest inK talk.
Jlle' reluted the manner in which h
i-btaiiii d . Ilia own e ducation and Id s
desire to complete it at tin !ir:4 op
pt;i tuiiity at liifivatd universiiy. whi'.'h
h? attended fcr two years.
(FATHER VAUGHAN ENGAGE 0
Brilliant Crator Will Lecture' at St.
ose?h'3 Oct. 3. ' ' '
Rev. Fatl'.er L. J. Vaughan. the tdo
quent Catholic orator, will iociure it
h't. Joseph's chiiich the evening of
Thursday, . Oct. 3. under the auspices
ef the local Knights of Columbus. Ilio
tpic will be "The l.aud of Possibil
ities." Father Vaughan is well knowa
in Roe-k Inland, having previously ap
peared hero. He is now out for hi.s
seventh ucces.dve season oti the lec
ture platform and his success is i.io?.
reinailiab'.e. There is no question that
he will be greeted by a large audic'iet
Oct. :,y ' : " ' ' ' " ' -
THE LAST EXCURSION HERE
' Sunday and holiday schedule disco i
United after Sept. o.
I. & I. RAILWAY COMPANY.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy One of
the Best on the Market.
For many years Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has constantly gaitc-l
I in favor and popularity until it. i.-j nov
one of tae most staple medicines .
use and has an enormous sale, it ii
intended especially for acute throat
and lung diseases, such as cough?,
cold a and croup, and can always be
depended upon. It if, pleasant and
safe "-to take and is undoubtedly tho
be st'' in the; market for the ' purposes
for which' it is intended. Sold by all
druggists. . '
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Mat-.es Trip Torr.orrow and Then
- ' "' ' Goes South. '
The sU-am'or J. S. is frt the city, sr
riving fiom "the 'north this morning.
trio will be In .We to '.Mnscatme. th.?
boat kaviiig at 2:ilft and returning laie
,'n the evening. After this trip th-
beat " v.'lf ?n stmlh anti lemain litii ii'
the wiu.'i't nnitit.h;: tin t'ui lower . rive
1 1 iti. iitnu tut tittitii titt- ilium
iqliyjsuorrovf'aftenit.fti vfil tak?
t S '..i4Ht expurg'or. tit i&i.-c'fa.oii.
Sunday .and holiday schedule discon
tinued after Sept. X.
I. &' I. RAILWAY COMPANY".
Funeral of Sister.
Servicer, over the remains "of Sistr-r
Mary Ambrose, were held this morning
at s o'clock at SI. Anthony's bo-.pitil
chapel. Burial took place in St.
Mary's cenieteiy. '
Sunday and holiday schedule discon
tinued alter Sept. S.
I. RAILWAY COMPANY.
Kodol for Indigestion and Dyspep
sia, a combination of , natural diss-
tants ami -vegetable acids, digests the
food itself and gives strength an 1
health to the stomach. Pleasant ta
take. Sold by all druggists.
'f Sick Headache.
This, disease Is caused by a derange
ment of the stomach. Take a dose of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets to correct this disorder and ; the
sick headache will disappear. Forsale
by all druggists. ' " Y ' Y;
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Sunday and holiday schedule discon
tinued after Sept. 8. '
I. & I. RAILWAY. COMPANY.
THREE-EYE LEAGUE. ,
Rock Island, 2: Cedar Rapids, 1.
Springfield, 4; Bloomington, 3.
Decatnr, 3; Peoria. 0.
Dubuque, 0;-Clinton, 4.
AMERICAN LEAGUE. -
St. loom's, 3; Chicago; O
Detroit, 1-10; Cleveland, 4-ft.
Philadelphia, C; Boston, 0 (10 in
nings). - ' - '
Washington,' 10; New York, 2.
I Cnicago, 3; Cincinnati, 2. -.
New York, 2; Brooklyn, 1, '
Pittsburg, 4'; St. Louis, 0.
Philadelphia, 3; Boston, 2-3.
WESTERN LEAbUE. . .A
Denver, 4; Lincoln, 4 (11 innings).
' Pueblo, 11 ;t Sioux City, 5. ' j
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. ".
Toledo, 4; Indianapolis, 3. '
Columfns, 4; Louisville, 3. , t ,.
Milwaukee,1 5; Minneapolis, 2." ', '"
- . ; CENTRAL LEAGUE.
Terre Haute, 5; South Bend, 4. . -
Springfield. 12;' Wheeling. 10.
Fall Suit Buying at This Store Nob In Tull Slvay
w'!!irjas - .
Women who are particular about exclusiveness and
newest styles are availing; themselves of first choice!
The first snap of autumn is already in the air and
'twould be good sense to buy that fall suit at once.
Do not let the fashion parade get too far ahead of you.
Make selections now and wear "The New" while it is
new. Handsomest styles and extraordinary values are
the principal features of this immense display!
All other departments are also at their best. Every stock as complete as it's
likely to be at any time during the season. Come tomorrow and see the new
Skirts Coats Tuts Children's. Garments
j and Millinery V
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1 14-16 W. 2d St. THJE, HTLTL HIVjE Davenport, Iowa
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