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.THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER-4, 1908.
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iong time. We have a most rea
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Old phone north 67, also 1S76-M. You
can set the hour to suit your conveni
ence, day or evening Land now or be
lonesome. J. J. GRAHAM, Teacher o
all Dances. 703 hi West Third street,
TJ ) liJS
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I The 1
I Step 1
Were Rock Island's Hits Yester
(iay and the Champs Again
Won From Peoria.
DESPITE DISPARITY OF SWATS
Keupper's Errors Helped Some Mc
Bride Broke Leg Sliding Into Sec
ond and Is Out for Season.
Bloomington. at Rock Island.
Peoria at Clinton. ,
' Decatur at Dubuque.
Springfield at Cedar Rapids.
: And again the champs took a wal-
t j :
lop at the visitors and Peoria went
down in defeat to the tune of 5 to 3.
The game was marred by the fact that
McBride, the iopuIar outfielder, was
unfortunate enough to break his left
leg in sliding to second base in the
sixth inning. He was attempting to
steal and when he got close enough
he hurled himself forward feet first
to the cushion. In doing so the spikes
on his shoes caught iu the ground in
some way and twisted his leg and
broke it. At first it was reported that
the ligaments were 'only torn but it
developed later the leg was really
broken. McBride has been a comer
ever since his first appearance here
and he will be missed on the team.
As an outfielder he lyis ranked with
the best, getting everything that came
to his garden and making many sen
sational catches.- At bat he is a tower
of strength. .
S.ott Scattered (be Hlt.
Seott did the honors for the champs
and -with the exception of the first
inning he had it on the Distillers all
the time. Before he was warmed up
to his work they managed to fall on
him for three hits resulting in two
runs, but he settled down and held
them safe thereaftes. Raymond
opened the game with a single over
second and Lewee advanced him with
a sacrifice. Then Al Swalm, our old
friend, poked out a double that gave
the Peorians their first run. Al scored
also a minute later when Rohn cracked
out a two cushion swat. The next
two men grounded out by the Cook
Stark routo and the inning was over.
The other score was made- in the
eighth inning in the same way that
the first one came in. Raymond hit
safely and Lewee moved him up, after
which Swalm swatted one out of the
diamond. Al died trying to pilfer the
second station and the two bagger
that Rohn again found when he came
up to bat was wasted. Donnelly's
pop up to Wise ended the inning and
the scoring of the visitors.
Worked Will Vp 1IUL
Despite the lead with which the
Peoria aggregation started the game
the champs went in to win and before
many innings they had Keupper, the
recruit of the New York Giants, look
ing worried. In the second Innin
his nerve wa3 shattered and he was
easy meat after that. Bergar hit safe
after two men were sent to the
bench. As Wise came up to the plate
Raymond yelled something about Rock
sland's gold brick. Wise responded
with a two bagger that scored Berger
and caused the chesty little shortstop
to keep still for several minutes. The
score was tied in the third inning
Murphy was given a. life at first
through Keupper's eagerness to throw
the ball to first before he had It safely
11 his hand. Frank stole second and
Stark's long single allowed him to
register while Stark took second on
the throw to the plate.
The score remained a tie up till the
eighth when Peoria took the lead with
their third and last run. With the
game in danger the champs woke up
and stung Mr. Keupper for four safe
ones including a two sacker which
netted three runs, a great "plenty to
How It Was Done.
Stark led with a hit. Xovacek sac
rificed him and was safe himself on
Keupper's second error iu failing to
field the ball cleanly. Cook laid one
down. in the infield just out of every
one's reach and the bases were filled.
Lundin failed to drive one out of the
diamond and the result was that a
man wag forced out at the plate but
the sacks were still occupied. Bergei
came up and again smashed out a
single which was responsible for two
runs. With Raymond's talk about a
gold brick still in his mind Wise
slammed out a second two sacker and
another run crossed the pan. Berger
was put out between home and" third
and Scott struck out" and the side was
finally retired with three runs. Tr
Murphy, cf ....
Cook, 2b .......
Lundin, If ....
. .2 '
0 r 2
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ntnioinpupiaegerarai ucaitn.y-y -fr
3 0 0 1 2 0
,4 0 0 1 2 ft
....r,31 .5 7 27 12 1
Raymond, ss 4 2 2
Lewee, 2b ..........20 0
Swaim. If ....4 1 3
Rohn, lb .." .4 O 2
Donnelly, cf '. 4 0 0
Biltz, rf 4 0 0
Bewer, 3b . . 4 0 3
OrendorCf, c .' . . 3 0 0
Keupper, p . 2 0, 0
Wolfe . ..1 0 0
10 24 9
Batted for Keupper in ninth.
Rock Island ... .0 1 100003 5
Peoria .'J ....... .2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 03
Two base hits Wise, Swalm, Rohn
(2), Bewer (2). '.Sacrifice hits Xova
cek, Iewee (2). Stolen bases Mur
phy, Stark, Berger. Bases on balls
Off Scott,. 1 ; off Keupper, 4. Struck
out By Scott, 1; by Keupper, 5. Time
of game 1:55. Umpires Genins and
Springfield Nosed Out Again.
Dubuque, Iowa, Sept. 4. Dubuque
nosed Springfield out, 4 to 3, in an
interesting game, the feature of which
was Tim O'Brien's double, scoring
three men after two were out. Scharn
weber's error gave Dubuque the win
ning run. Errors and a wild pitch
gave Springfield all its runs.. Score:
DUBUQUE. R. H
Derringer( rf 0
Plass, 2b 0
Vandine, 3b 1
Lejeune, If l
Carr, ss 1
Ahring, cf 1
T. O'Brien, lb 0
H. O'Brien, c 0
Weakley, p 0
Gurney, p 0
Total 4 8 27 18 5
SPRINGFIELD. R. II. P. A. E.
Herbert. 3b 0 1 3 3 1
Ruby, If 0 1 1 1 0
Cocash, cf 0 0 0 0 0
McCarthy, lb . ...1 1 8 1 0
Hughes, 2b 0 0 2 4 0
Scharnweber, ss 1 0 4 1 1
Stewart, rf 1.3.1 0 0
Donovan, c 0 1 5 3 0
Steigerl p 0 0 0 C 0
Total 3 7 24 19 2
Dubuque .00030100 4
Springfield 0 2 0 0 010 0 03
Two base hits Lejeune, T. O'Brien
Plass, Herbert, Stewart. Bases on
balls Off Weakley, 5; oft Gurney, 1;
off Steiger, 2. Hit by pitched ball
Carr. Wild pitch Weakley. Passed
ball O'Brien. Sacrifice hits Ruby.
Hughes. Umpire McGreevy. Time
Rabbits Feast on Decatur.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Sept. 4. Cedar
Rapids had an easy, -victory, over JDe-
eamr, : 10 1 uicnug uenveit ireery,
while Decatur made several errors.
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H.
Davis. If 3 2
Collins, cf 2 2
Howard, 2b 0 2
Mullin, lb 1 3
Simon, c 0 0
Sauers,' rf 0 2
Williams, ss 0 1
Chase, 3b 2 1
Mali cot. p .. 1 1
Ens c .
Scott, p ...
Total 9 14 27 14 2
DECATUR. R. II. P. A. E.
Crazier, cf 0 0 2 0 0
More, 2b 0 0 1 2 0
Wagner If 0 1 3 1 2
Campbell, if 0 1 0 0 0
Tennant, lb 0 0 7 1 1
Prout, ss 1 0 2 3 1
Bark well, 3b 0 1 1 3 0
Boucher, c 0 0 6 1 0
Lelivelt, p 0 1 2 0 0
Total 1 4 24 11 4
Cedar Rapids ... 1 1 00003 4 9
Decatur .'..00000 1 0001
Two base hits Mullin, Sauers.
Three base hits Chase, Lelivelt.
Struck out By Lelivelt, 5: by Mali
cot, 4. Bases on balls Off Lelivelt,
1; off Malicot, 1. Hit by pitched ball
By- Lelivelt, 2. Wild pitches Leli
velt, Malicot. Umpire Jacobs.
Snappy Game to Clinton.
Clinton, Iowa, Sept. 4. Ciinton won
a snappy game, 6 to 1, both pitchers
being given fine support. - Havelik
was a puzzle to the Bloomers, who
scored their only run on errors. Royer
was hit hard in the eighth, Ronan's
three bagger being followed by -Hue-low's
home run. Score: . . "
CLINTON. R. H. p.
1'hiery, If 10 2
Nye, ss 2 0 1
Ronan, 2b ..1 11
Buelow, lb 1 2 14
Grogan, cf 0 0 3
Reitz.. 3b 0 0 . 0
Smith, c 0 0 6
Girsch. rf .. ;.0 1 0
Havelik, p 10 0
Total . . o . 6 4 27 14
BLOOMINGTON,' R. II. P. A
Long, cf -.0 "2 0
Snyder, ss ....... :0 0 1
Stevens, 2b '. 0 1 3
Godwin, 3h ....'., 0 0 1
Melcholr, lb ....... .'.0 1 9
Conners, ' rf 0 0 1
Metzel, If ......1 01
Backus, c 0 1 8
Royer, p .....'.0 1 0
Bloomington . . .
: Two base hit-
.......1 6 24 11
V...2 0 00 0 004 C
....0 0 10 (TO 0 0 01
-Royer. Three base
Home run Buelow.
Bases on 1)8118 .Oft , Havelik, 1;
Royer, 4.1 Struck out By Havelik,
MISS ALLEN AHD MISS
GRACE IN THE FINALS
Contesting for Woman's Championship
of Goff Club Latter -Annexes
. the LoW'Score Medal.
Miss Allen and Miss Grace are left
o contest mis aueruuun in tne nnais
for the woman's championship of the
Rock Island Arsenal Golf club, while
Miss Potter and Miss . Ficke - are op
posing each other tor the Class A
prize. Yesterday afternoon's matches
furnished some - exceptionally good
golf. Miss Grace getting a new low
score mark for women for the season.
an even 100, being therefore entitled
to the medal.. She won from Mrs.
Mixter 8 up 7. Miss Allen, her op
ponent of today,, won from Miss Knott
up 5. Miss Potter yesterday after
noon defeated Miss Wyman 1 up, the
match being the closest of the tourna
ment, while Miss Ficke defeated Miss
Craig 5 up 3.
by Royer, 5. Double play Smith to
Buelow. Passed ball Backus. Wild
pitch Havelik. Stolen bases Gro
gan, Reitz. Tinre 1:35. - Umpire
Hope the outfield is mowed by La
All the southern teams won from
the northern teams yesterday they
could put in their respective eyes.
If there were only a few more weeks
of this business it would be anybody's
Kinsella had better be taking Gus
Munch out of these parts or he will
be getting his, too. (
Just before coming to bat for the
last time this year, McBride pulled
off another of his many sensational
catches. Rohn landed on one that
looked like a two bagger. It was on
the foul lino and within several feet
of the fence. Mac took it on the dead
run. Xo one could see how he could
get it but all doubts were set to rest
when he threw it in without picking
it up from the ground.
Eng has been making a remarkable
record for himself in throwing to
bases in the last series of games
Hardly any man has succeeded in
stealing a base on him. although many
have tried it. His throwing to second
has been a feature in every game.
Perhaps when Donnelly's beautiful
trio. Rohn. Raymond and Lewee. start
their kidding here next time they will
see to it that they have a lead of more J
than two runs. They grew exceed
ingly funny after the first inning when
the sailing looked easy, but the drj?
grins set in about the eighth.
Teeley Raymond was real 'sassy yes
terday to big. Jack Tiche because he
felt sure that Jack wouldn't hit' him
because of their difference in size. But
he did stirely'shut np when Cook be
gan to look' in his direction. Cook is
about the same size as Raymond and
Teeley knew he couldn't hide behind
his small stature on Louie.
ON THE DIAMOND
Jawn Baker has been suspended
again by Clinton for indifferent play
ing. Yesterday's games settled the" result
in the Texas league. ' San Antonio
wins the bunting.
Belden Hill seems to think he needs
help in the catching department. He
has been using Brown behind the bat
and has ' signed Yeager, released b5
Medric Boucher, the catcher who
was on the Rock Island payroll a good
part of the season and is now with
Decatur, hag been recalled by draft
by St. Louis.
Marquard, the $10,000 beauty whom
the New York Giants gets, held Co
lumbus hitless yesterday " and not a
Clinton's attendance is st'll several
thousand below the 3000 dead line
and the fans do not seem' to show
much inclination to. boost it along, al
though the Infants have been playing
good ball, v
Hal Chase, first baseman of. Ihe
New York Americana and , held by
many to be the best first sacker ever
in the business, has left the team and
gone to his home in California on ac
count of a difference with the man
agement - ' "-
Harry Stauffer pitched the winning
end of a 20-inning . game between
Jacksonville and Ottumwa at Jackson
ville yesterday, allowing nine hits to
eight made hy his team off Zackert,
who was opposed to him. Blansser's
homer finally settled the argument
Harry Trainer,' who has been play
Ing left field . for the Cross Countrys'l
accompanied the Rodlt Island team to
the ball park this aftsrnoon and had
a fry out. It may be: that he will be
taken on to fill the gap in the outfield.
He' is a' Davenport.er and has been
playing- In fast amateur company ' several-
years.' : Speedy and built like a
ball player, he has, plenty of nerve
and a good head for a youngster. He
pitches, on, occasion or. playi; the Jh-
Yesterday at ', Cincinnati' Secretary
off I John, K. Bruce of the national baseball J
C; J commission- announced ... that, ?S9,C00
has been turned over to him to be
paid to minor league club owners for
drafted players. Of this sum $47,555
alreiv has been forwarded to Secre
tary 1VV "ll of the National associa
tions, the. remainder of it being held
until the commission decides whether
a number of drafts ate to be allowed.
He also has received $GS,500 for play
ers purchased and recalled under op
tions, making a total of $116,050 that
has been turned over to minor league
club owners. As a number of the
purchases were not made through the
medium of the commission, the harvest
reaped by the minor magnates' will
greatly exceed this amount.
With Ball Players
W. L. . Pet.
Springfield ... 72 51 .585
Decatur .... ..' 71 54 .568
Peoria 63 59 .516
Dubuque 63 62 .504
Cedar Rapids 61. 60 .503
Bloomington 60 64 .480
ROCK ISLAND 51 71 .418
Clinton ... 50 70 .417
New .York 73
Pittsburg';... .......... .74
Chicago ... 74
Philadelphia . ..65
St. Louis- .43
Detroit ... ".
St. Louis ...
Chicago . . .
. . .68
. . .6S
Boston . . . . i
New York .-.
- -;. V W. L. .
Louisville .83 59
Indianapolis 81 59
Columbus 80 62 .
Toledo. 78 . 61
Minneapolis 69 70
Kansas City 66 74
Milwaukee ..64 78
St. Paul-,. ;.-41 99 :
v THRE&EY& LEAGUE. .
Rock Island.-5; Peoria, 3.' '
Clinton,- 6j Bloomington, -1.
Dubuque, 4; SpringfloJd,..3.
Cedaj Rapids, 9;; Deeatur, 1. '
Chicago, 5-8 i St, Louisi 0-2.1. 1
Boston 0-5 f New York, 3-8.-
PhUalelpbIa,.7; Brooklyn, 5-1.
Cincinnati,; 1; Pittsburg, 3. '
:St. Louis 4;: -Chicago 3 v.; .
' Washington, 2 ; Boston, 5.
New York, 2; Philadelphia, 1.
Detroit, 2; Cleveland, 1.
' Indianapolis, 7;' 'Columbus, 0.''
;; Toledo, 2; Louisville, 1. - v
i Milwaukee, 5-5; St Paul, 4-10.-;
Kansas City, 3; Minneapolis, 0.
V CENTRAL ASSOCIATION.
Qulncy, 11-1; Burlington, 5-6.
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IN MEN'S AND BOYS CLOTHING
Visit The Hub tomorrow and gaze
upon our, extra large showing of
men's and boys' fall suits and topcoats
at the popular prices of $15 and $20.
See our special shirt window of new fall shirts
$1 and $1.25 kind 89 cents.
Our new fall styles in hats are here and you
will find all the new stylts and colors are righi.
No better goods made than the kind we sell.
Honest goods and honest prices.
Ask the man we dress.
Jacksonville, 4; Ottumwa, 1 (20 in
Waterloo, 7; Kewance, 2.
Keokuk, C; Oskaloosa, 3.
Dayton, 4; South Bend. 1.
Grand Rapids, 5; Port Wayne, 3.
Evansville, 9; Zanesville, 3.
Terre Haute, 3; Wheeling, 1.
Pueblo, 5;" Omaha. '4.
Des Moines, 3-0; Lincoln, 2-6. -
Sioux City, 8; Denver, 2.
Four Diseases That
and Kidney Disease.
Prior Alnayn Itrannnlle.
Wr will (liv. the poornt man a
rhancr. an wll an the rl-h. to receive
arure' from an nt a nmnll eont. Til EH K
IS AO MAN TOO I'OOIl TO GET UV.lt
BEST OI'IMO.M r'HEK.,
Blood Poison and Vital
Weakness of Men
"Thorp Is trot a m:in in existence who
is suffering from vital weakness, if the
decline is from unntural ralises. and
has not developed to an incurable staRC.
that we-cannot rebuild and streiifcthpn
to his entire satisfaction, and after we
have cured a case, of this kind there will
nevpr ajjain he a slsn of weakness, ex
cept brought on by imprudence."
0 CHARGES IN1.KSS CVREI).
Rrmrmbrr, that - If you- place your
bmc with our xervice. it will cot at-
aulutrly nothing; If we fall to effect the.
enre. . . ' -
YOU DON'T PAY IF WE DONT CURE
ONSll.TATION AM) EXAMINATION
. . FREE.,'
AVe make yots n wlrnlit lit forward, hun-
Inriui-likr proponitioa. . We fulfill eery
promlar. We never hold out fnlxc hope.
We never dinnppolnt onr patient.
BI.OOD POISON If you have any symp
toms o-Contagious Blood Poison, In
either primary,- secondary or tertiary
stapes, come-to us una u lorever ria
of it. Our treatment quickly destroys
the virus, clears the skin, purines-the
blood and thoroughly ch-anses and
eradicates all traces of the poison from
the system. We stop Its progress and
all danger of transmission or recur
rence is removed.
The treatment we administer- tor
Blood Poison acts rapidly upon the dis-
ased blood cells, expelling , the . poison
therefrom, and soon shows to the en
ure satisfaction of the patient that the
deadly virus or poison is being- forever
exterminaaefl lrom the system ana ine
cure effected. . ....
Consult, the Old Reliable Experienced Specialists :
- - VA -tfant to Impress upon verjr man who la In need' of our treatment that : '
he need not fear that our charges will Je too much for. him to afford, for our ,
best advertisement is our cures. No man can afford to do without .our treat-'"
mcnt. and no man is so poor that he cannot make satisfactory ' arrangements':."
for the payment of his fee. All that we ask is that every one shall do the -.
very best that he can, and we will not turn any one away because he can
not make his. "payments to us In the usual manner.
; ! PEOPLE KNO.W SO WELL OP OUR ABILITY THAT THEY ARB FILL-,
HAVING, TO ..WAIT. i . '.
Don't Give Un. We are reatorlnn-
of them, ao doubt, were weaker la atrencta than yon.
: Remember, ear guarantee meana m cure or ao money for aerrlcm. ''
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l. r - ,V Davenport; Iowa. : ' . ,:
Office hours! '9 tL m'. to lftn.; 1.30 p.. m. to 5 p. m.: Monday, Tuesday.
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings." 7 to 9 p. m.; Sundays. 9 a. m. .
to 1 p. m. HmM 4.V0 to 4AO, Davenport, Savinsa. Bank .bnlldlnc (formerly;;
Ilatrehoeck). fourth floor: take elevator. .. .
AMATEURS TO PLAY SUNDAY
Cross Countrys Meet Bennetts at the
The Cross Countrys, who have jus;
returned from their long tour through '
three states, will play the Bennptts
at the Island City ball park Sunday
afternoon, the game being called at
the usual time, 3 o'clock. The Rack
Island team goes to Dubuque for a
single game, and there is no profes
sional contest here.
-AH-the news all ihe - time THE
Exhaustion, Blood Poison
No Incurable Caaea Accepted.
There In no rlxk, for we do not treat
incurable rasea nndrr any eonaidern
tion. WE DO NOT EX PEItlMEST NOfl
I SE 1NJI HlOt S IJKVGS TO RVIN
SEES YOU PERSONALLY.
IS HERE TO STAY.
VAHK IK EI.E Varicocele is the most '
theacherous and silent and certain tnr
its ill effects of -all known ailments of' '
men. It makes its appearance appar
ently without cause, but never reae;-'
in us at-sirucuve intiuence uniu it
robs a man of all his vigor, vitality, ;,
making him a complete mental wreck'.- '
I'ntler our treatment-a healtKy 'fir- ':
dilation of blood Is quickly reestab- .
lished and permanent strength ana"y
vitality are given ' to the -organism..
Every trace of weakness disappears,,:
the weakened system Is strengthened.''
you become stronger and better f liv'
every way. and will sootv, possess,, tlia y
sense of well-being which accotnpanles
good health and robust manhood.
... , . . . --: .-
men evrr-r da- to rohnat health. Hr