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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11, 1909.
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' With a 15 per cent additional
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SPKMAI. FEATURES Madeira. Kfjvpt,
India. Oylon. Burma. Java, Uorara, flail,
ippinrn, Japan. An unu.unl rknnce to
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12h Annual Orient Crule. Feb. S,10
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Kurfuerst." 73 days, including 24 days
Kgypt and Palestine, 40O up.
I'RASIK C. (I.AIIK, TIMES BKDC, Ti. Y.
Nineteenth St, South of Har
Meet Me at the
1,000 Sts IOC
A Few Referred at 20e.
Meloan Hits a Triple With Two
Out and the Bases Full at
PICKLES IT BY SINGLE RUN
leaders Treated to a Scare in Ninth
When Miners Gel Three Men
Over the Plate.
Davenport at Rock Island.
Cedar Rapids at Dnlmcpie.
Bloom i u gt on at Peoria.
Springfield at. Decatur. t
Jiubuque, Iowa, Aug. H- (Special.)
Faber's wildness hst the game for
the Miners yesterday, the Islande-s
taking advantage f 11 and wailing.
Wilson was hit hard but was not" in
a tight place excepi in 'he last inning.
In the fourth inning Merger walkel.
Meloan sacrificed Swacina was out
short to first and McBride hit, scoring
Berger. In the fifth inning with two
out Wilson singled and Murphy and
Berger walked, filling the bases. M-
l.ytn tripled to deep right.
In the eighth inning Meloan was
out to short Swacina doubled to left
center, McBride' In' to third and bone-
head work left safe. Kelley hit a
ong single to rilif. scoring Swacina
' Alnt ftiioUMh 1a Win.
A double and Miree singles netted
three for the -M-uiefc.- n the ninth hut
not enough. o Score:
ROCK ISUA.V.J. A. B. R. 1 1. PO. A. H.
Murphy, cf ........... 4 I
Berger, ss,.. 3 2
Meloan. rf 3 it
Swacina. lb 3 1
McBride; If : A 1
Wise. 2b 3
Si ark, c c. :! n
Wilson, p . . . . 4 1
..si e. ;
a. a it. ii. po.
Taylor, 3b ..
1 2 o
Hauser, ss . .
l.erehen, lb .
Daringer. If .
Ahring. 2b ..
White, rf ...
Backoff, cf .
Faber. p , . . .
Two ' base
3C 5 11 27 1!) 1
. .. ..... 00 0 1 3 0 0 2 0T-C
. . . .V. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35
hits Swacina , Ahring.
hits Meloan, Daringer.
Bases on balls Oft Faber, 2; off Wil
son, l. Struck out By Wilson, 3; by
Faber, 2. Stolen base Stark, em
Three Itiinn n 13 llltit.
Blooaiington. 111.. Aug. 11. Sensational-fielding
held the visitors down
io threeruns in a fierce1, swatting fes
tival. Decatur k: !a?r S to 3. Score:
BLOOMIXGTOX. R. H. P. A. E.
Snyder, ss 1 1 l 4 0
Keenan. 31r 0 1 2 1.0
Xovacek. cf v. l l J o u
Melchoir. lb 1 2 In 1 1
Cutshaw. 2b 1 2 2 4 0
Langdon, c o r, o i
Erwin, If 1 1 2 0 0
Steen. rf 2 2 3 0 0
Limerick, p 0-1 0 1 o
Total 7 12 27 11 2
DECATUR. U. H. p. A. R.
Barkwell. 3b 1 1 0 2 1
Jenkins, rf 1 o II 1
Burns. If ..f. o 3 1 0 0
Foster, lb 0 0 0 0 0
Boucher, lb 0 l l: i 0
Cote, cf i 2 2 0 0
Mc-Xamara, c 0 2 2 1 1
Roudebush, 2h n o fi C, 1
Pin tell, ss o 0 o S 0
Cowell, p u n 0 0 0
Botnar, p o i o 2 0
Total 3 1:; 24 17 4
Bloomington 0 4 0 2 0 0 2 0 8
Decatur .00000 1 00 23
Stolen base Jenk is. Two base hits
Steen. Cutshaw. Bar. well. Three base
hits Melchoir (2). Cote. McXamara.
Keenan. Double piny Roudebush to
Boucher. Hits made Off Cowell. 5 in
three innings; tiff D nar, 7 in six in
nings. Struck out r Limerick, 4; by
Bomar, 1. Bases on alls Of Cowell,
1; off Bomar, 1. Ut pire Cc ilin.
To Peoria n 121 h.
Peoria. IllAug. 11 Callal 11 threw
the ball awoy in the 12th ii ing and
Biltz came home with the wii dug run
Score: . ,r
Callahan, cf :. .
Cosgrove, rf ...
E. Johnson, c. .
D. Smith, lb;,',.
Streeter. if .
McGuire, 3b . . .
Blausser, ss . . .
Steiger, p . ; . , , ;
Xetzel. 3b ......
CafTryn, cf V.V. .
Rowan, lb .
2 ' 1
2 1 3
3 10 34 20
R.'H. P. A
0 0 2
Gilbert, p .
Total I j.. 4 9 35 16 4
Springfield 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 03
Peoria . . ... 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 ft 0 14
Stolen bases Caffryn, Biltz. Snikh.
Two base hit E. Johnson. Struck out
By Steiger. 5; by Gilbert. 10. Bases
on balls Off Steiger. 7; off Ciilbert, i.
Hit by pitcher By Gilbert, 1. t'oi ire
Ko 1IIN, Vet In. ,
Jaeger, who wag recently released
hy Davenport to Cedar Rapids, held
his former team mates without a hit,
only to lose his own game in the
fourth inning through wildness. Spen
cer also made his first appearance
against his old team mates and pitched
a good game. The scon1:
DAVENPORT. It. H. p. A, E.
McGrew, 2b 0 0 4 2 1
Reitz, 3b 0 u 1 1 1
Oyer, rr 1.0 (in )
Warren Jer, if i o ' 2 n o
Ohland, cf 1 u 1 0 0
Nye, ss ,F 0 0 3 r, 0
Edwards, c 0 0 5 2 0
Shaffer, lb 0 0 10 0 0
Spencer, p o u 12 0
Total 3 0 27 12 2
C EDA It RAPIDS. R. H. P. A. E.
Collins. U o 2 1 0 0
Deconley, cf 0 u 1 0 o
Swatosh, 21i .. o U 1 " 0
Chase, 3l o o l 2 0
Saillard, lb 1 1 12 1 1
Clemens, rf . o 1 3 t 0
Holly, ss 0 14 4 1
Kelly, c 0 0 1 3 )
Jaeger, p o 0 0 2 1
Total 1 5 21 17 3
Da ven port 0 0 0 3 0-000 r-r-'I
Cedar Rapids 0 O il t) 0 1 0 0 O-J-l
Stolen base Clemens. Three base
hit Saillard. Double plays Nye 'o
MctJrew to Nye; McGrew to Shaffer
Swatish to Holly; Saillard to Holly to
Saillard. Struck out By Spencer, C;
by Jaeger 1. Hit by pitcher Collins,
i'nipires McKenzie and Clark.'
ROCK ISLAND LODGE
WILL HAVE SPECIAL
Train Will Convey Masons and Their
Families to Campbell's
A special train composed of two elec
tric cars has been provided for th
members of the Rock Island lodge of
Masons for the Masonic picnic at
Campbell's island tomorrow. The
train is due to depart f on the island nt
1:30 sharp from Fou. J avenue and
Fifth street. The cais which are pro
vided for the members of lodge No.
MS are to run direct to the island and
no changes will be made.
The members of the lodge as well ns
their families are to be admitted to
the park by pennants which are to be
disposed of to the Masons. The pen
nants have been placed in the hand9
of the following, fro.ni whom they may
be secured: O. W. Schwenker, Jainei
L. Hickey. A. D. Welch, H. A. eleven
stine, w. M. Beal, Charles Bengaton.
C. C. Kirsch and George H. Duffield.
McKee Leads Iowa Golfers.
Ottumwa. Iowa. Aug. 11'. Albert
McKee of the Grandview Golf club,
Des Moines, yesterday led the 32
qualifiers in the ninth annual tourna
ment of the Iowa Golf association
turning in a card of 1.16 for the 36
holes, four below bogey. Arthur Gor
don of the Hyperion club, Des Moines
was second, with 160, and Dwlght
Baker of the Ottumwa Country club
was third, with 162. Hyperion won
the team championship with a scut ?
of 669. The 32 qualifiers in th
championship flight will begin inatr'.i
Washington's Plague Spots.
lie in the low, marshy bottoms of
the Potomac, the breeding germ of
malaria germs. These germs cause
chills, fever and ague, biliousness
jaundice, lassitude, weakness and
general debility and bring suffering
pr death to thousands yearly. But
Electric Bitters never fail to destroy
them and cure malaria troubles.
"They are the best all-round tonic
and cure for malaria I ever used.""
writes R. M. James, of Louellen S.
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and blood troubles and will prevent
typhoid. Try them, 50 cents. ,4Guar
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Rheumatism Cured In a Day.
Dr. Detcbon's Relief for Rheum
ism and Neuralgia radically curea In
one to three days. Its action upon the
system Is remarkable and mysterious
It removes at once the cause and the
disease Immediately disappears. The
Irst dose greatly benefits. . 75 cent
tnd $1. . Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust
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S COMING TO 3
, ricareof-in thej-lat two days looks as
Interesting Lectures Are to be though there was something in the
Given Next Week at the
HAVE FIVE S ESS I0WS DAILY
Instructions to he Given I'nder Hup-ei-juteitdoiit's
-Directions at High
School, Aug. 23 to 27.
The Hock Island county annuil
teachers' institute will be held at the
Rock Inland high school Aug. 23 to 27
inclusive. The - instructors of the in
stitute ure well prepared aud have a
very interesting list -of subjects for
their lectures. E. L. Philbrook will
be in charge of it he music and Charles
McKenny, president of the Milwaukee
state normal school and Miss Lucy A.
Sloan of Mount. Pleasant normal
school, Michigan, will deliver two daily
lectures. ( There will be five sessions
each day of tke institute, the first
one at U: 1.1 in the morning and 1I10
fourth at 1:4.1 in the afternoon.
Siilijecln of AililrrMNen.
Mr. McKenny's subjects will be as
The Aim in Teaching History.
Correlation of History and ..Geo
'Correlation of History and .Geo
. History in the Elementary Grades, J.
History in the Elementary Grades,
History in Grammar Grades.' :
Political parties in the History
he United States, I. '
Political parties in the History
he United - States, II.
The Joy of Living.
l.ectiirea mi Literature.
Miss Sloan's subjects will
Tennyson's "In Memoriam
structure; its significance and its hih
dk-ation to human life.
The Essential -Qualities or Litera
ure. What there is in a poem that can
be taught. Illustrated by "The Chan-
icred Nautilus," and "Sunset and Eve
The Interpretation of Narrative Lit
erature. Illustrated by "Evangeline"
and "Th? Princess."
The Interpretation of Lyric Poetry.
Illustrated by the songs in "The Prin
Life Values of Literature.
S. J. Ferguson,, county superintend
ent of schools, who has arranged the
institute pi og rani, considers it one if
the best ever offered in the county.
The superintended, 'has sent notices
of the sorics of lwitircs to all teachers
in the county, aifd has urged their
attendance" at till sessions.' '
LINE 0' DOPE
Jaeger; instead of Fleets went to
Cedar Rapids from Davenport along
with if piece of money in exchange
for Spencer. Fleet declined to get
in the deal.
Philadelphia has finally caught up
with uetroit in the American leagi.
pennant race as a result of beating
the latter at Quakertown yesterday.
The two teams are now tied for the
The Islanders blew into town this
morning at 11 o'clock from Dubuque
and this afternoon they are at it with
our friends the enemy from just across
the big drink. This series will he all
we get till after another tour of tin
south, which, bv the way. is the last
of the season.
Pitcher George Hardin has been
added to' the hospital list of the Is
landers, which leaves four men in the
squad who have nothing to complain
about. George has succeeded in
catching cold in that $10,000 arm of
his and he is hardly able to throw a
ball over the plate.
Down in Georgia yesterday a mob
at Augusta took after an umpire
who had forfeited the game to the
visiting team and was handling him
roughly when the mayor stopped the
slaughter by appealing to the citi
zens for the good name of the town
to "let the skunk alone."
Mr. Ilollingsworth, umpire that
was, appeared with the Rabbit s yes
terday. Though it may be irregular
for an umpire to sign with a team
within 30 days of -the date of his
resignation, t edar Rapids needs his
help and it is not likely that anj
thing will be said of it. .
Peoria has adopted the Rock Is
land plan. Monday evening the Pe
oria - players were given a banquet
We will pay all your small
bills. Pay us a little back each
week or month. Loans on fur
niture, pianos, horses and
wagons, etc. - - '.
I Home Loan Co.
Room 1. Moline Theater Bldg.
1621 Third Ave., Moline.
'by President Johnson of the baseball
i association and laid plans for getting
. tfit fnurtti nnA nrwaotKlv third Tituen
The way Springfield has been taken
dope, .' 4 .
Decatur Herald: Broberg has
made another break. Me wants to
get rid of Collins and offered hlnj
to Bloomington. Last year Collins
led v the league in hitting; he can
play in or outfield. It Is hoped Doc
Child3 will see this., As for Broberg
he seems to be trying to wreck he
Rabbit ball club .so that when the
grand explosion comes there will be
nothing left to make a noise. In the
meantime President Sexton should
get busy with him.
The loss of Billy Purtell. the-one
big find for the White Sox, is a
heavy blow. Whether the youngster
ever will play again or not Is a que5
tion. His injury, caused by a blow
on the head from Louis Fiene, has
knocked the spirit out of him, a:n'.
his family opposes his playing. Win n
he went to Columbus it was witn the
expedition of joining the team when
it returns to Chicago, but some of his
friends on the club think his mother
will persuade him not the play again.
Even if he does play it will tike him
some time to regain confidence ai.d
RECORD OF LEAGUES
Rock Island ......60
Blooininglou ... 47
Dnbuque .' 42
Cedar Rapids ....'. 26
W. L. Pet.
Pittsburg 70 27 .722
Chicago ... .....67 31 .684
New York . .
Cincinnati . .
St. Louis . . .
Brooklyn . . .
Boston" ... .
W. L. Pet.
Detroit 62 40 .608
Philadelphia:!...' 62 40 .60S
Boston 61 44 .581
Cleveland 53 50 .515
Chicago 48 53 .475
New York 48 53 .475
St. Louis'; 44 55 .444
Washington 30 73 .291
Minneapolis ... 66
liOiiisville ' ....60
St. Paul 55
Kansas City 51
RKM'I.TK I KSTK IU V.
Dubuque. 5; Rock Island. 0.
Bloomington,' 8; Decatur, 3.
Peoria, 4; Springfield, 3.
Davenport. 3; Cedar Rapids, 1.
Chicngo. 8; Brooklyn, 1.
. Pittsburg. 2: Boston. 1 (12 innings).
Cincinnati. 0; Philadelphia, 2.
: St.:Louis,-,7TWe' York. 6".
: Boston. 3; Chicago, 2.
Washington, 1; St. Ixinis. 1 (12 in
nings). Philadelphia, 3; Detroit. 1.
New York. 1 ; Cleveland. 4.
Milwaukee, 2; Louisville. 3 (11 In
St. Paul, 1; Toledo, 4.
Minneapolis, 4; Columbus. 3.
Kansas City, 1; Indianapolis, 8.
Omaha. 2; Sioux City, 7.
Des Moines, 10 Lincoln, 3.
Pueblo. 10; Wichita. 4.
Denver, 8; Topekar7.
Zanesville, 3; Grand Rapids. 4.
Wheeling, 1; South Bend. 0.
Evansville, 5; Dayton, 0.
Terre Haute, 4 ; Fort Wayne. 7.
CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. ,
Keokuk. 7; Ottumwa, 2.
Quincy, 6; Waterloo, .5,
Jacksonville, 2; Burlington, jit. .
', Hannibal, 8f Kewanee, 5.
Galesburg, 2; Pekin, 1 (game forfeit
ed to Galesburg, 9 to 0).
Canton, 10; Beardstown, 9 (12 in
nings). Monmouth, 2; Macomb, l' (10 in
nings). SALOON CHANGES HANDS
James O'Connor Hells the Bismarck
to Tint Colli . 7
'-' The Bismarck saloon, 18 1 6 Second
avenue, which has been run by James
T. 6'Connor for several years was
fold, to 'Tfniothy "Collins today.. Mr.
Collins took possession of the busi
ness this morning. .
In buying a cough medicine, don't
be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. There' is no danger from it,
and relief Is Biire to follow. Especial
ly recommended for coughs, colds and
whooping cough. Sold by . all' druggists.
We Loan Money Privately
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EFFECT OF NEW TARIFF.
Senator Gore Predicts Calamity ami
Senator Johnson Prosperity.
Two views of the effect of the new
tariff law were exchanged just before
the recent adjournment f congress.
Senator Gore, from the Democratic
viewpoint, saw ouly calamity in 1 lit?
measure, while Senator Johnson pre
dicted prosperity under it.
"The peode of this country," said
Senator Gore, "will not know whether
these duties nMtighcr or lower. They
will not consult fhis law to learn the
changes tbntjyive been nmi. But at
the end of each month, when they con
sult their hilte. they will t-ee what con
gress has dene. They will. find higher
prices for eerytlii!!g they consume. I
look forward to a veritable saturnalia
of extortion. I predict there will be
no lowering of prices." 1
"Of coin-re prices will not l lower,"
rejoined Senator Johnson. "I remem
ber after the passage of the WPsor
liill prices went down, but people had
not enoii'xli money to buy. regardless
of the low jiri'-es. Men came to mj
back doo begging fur work and ther
begging for bread. I divided my fo;c
with them, but there was no work ft i
them. I predict prosperity 11s- the re
Stilt of the operation of tills: bill."
TO SILENCE CANNON.
Maxim Will Fit Lergc Bore Guns In
--Germany-With Noiseless Device. !
Hiram Percy Maxim. Jr., of Hart
ford. Conn., son of the inventor of the
Maxim gun and himself the inventor
Of (he noiseless gun, will begin titling
a cannon of large bore with a silencing
device which he will exhibit in Ger
many when he returns to that country
In a recent Interview Mr. Maxim
said that the exerts abroad, especial
ly in Germany, were as much im
pressed with the flashlcss feature as
they were with the noiseless feature of
the device. The silencer was tested
officially in England. Austria. France
and Germany, he said, and companies
were organised to manufacture it un
der control of the American company.
At Jleflin. he. .said, a machine shot
sixty-fire slurtsa "minute, with no flash
aud no noise save the whirring of the
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