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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1911.
IN BIO LEAGUES
At New York R. H- E.
Brooklyn 1 8 5
New York 4 11 1
Batteries Scanlan and Bergea ;
Marquard and Wilson.
At Boston R H. E.
Philadelphia .' 3 7 0
Boston 0 3 -i
Batteries Moore and Dooin; Brown
At Pittsburg R. H. E
Chicago 0 4
PIttsbnrg 1 6
Batteries Rippe and Archer; Ad
ams and Gibson.
At St. Louis R. H. E.
Cincinnati 2 6 1
St. Louis 4 11 2
Batteries Smith and McLean;
Daly and iBresnahan.
At Philadelphia R. H. E-
New York 0 C 0
Philadelphia 3 8 :
Batteries Brockett and Blair;
Cross and Thomas.
At Chicago R. H. E
St. Louis 4 8 1
Chicago 1 5 f
Batteries Pelty and Clarke; Stapp
At Cleveland R. H. E.
Detroit 3 S o
Cleveland 2 7 4
Batteries Summers and Stanagc,
Mitchell and Lande.
At Washington R. H. E.
Boston 6 li i
Washington 5 9 i
Batteries Cicotte and Currigan;
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
New York 0 C 0
Philadelphia 3 8 0
Batteries Brockelt and Biair,
Cross and Thomas.
Govtrnor Prevents a Fight.
Kenosha, Wis.. May 30. The trn
round boxing contest scheduled for
last night between Sam Lttngford of
Boston and Tony Caponi of Chicago
before the Kenosha Athletic club was
called off upon orders of Governor
Francis E. McGovern in a message
to Sheriff A-ndrew F. Stahl.
DOOIN PLANS BIG SHAKEUP
Seven of Present Players Are to Be
Sent Away as Result of Slump.
Philadelphia Pa., May 29. The
biggest baseball shakeup. ever con
summated here has been made by
Manager Dooin and President Fogel
of the Phillies. Seven men of the
present team are to be shipped away.
Kitty Branfield. the veteran first
baseman, has been crowded off the
bag by Luderus and w'.ll be sold,
President Fogel having asked for
waivers on him. Fred Beebe, the
old Red pitcher. Ed McDonough. the
catcher, Harry Welch, the right field
er, also are to go. Wallace F.
Schultz, the former University of
Pennsylvania slabman, and Ed
Pruitt, another youngster, are to be
farmed out for experience. Bob
Ewing, the veteran pitcher will fig
ure in a trade for a utility infielder.
This big deal, the shipment of the
minors and the asking of waivers on
the others will bring the Phillies far
I below the league players' limit. Pres-
ident Fogel will buy more material
I as soon as the reduction is made.
ONLY GAME OF DAY
Vrskocil Batted Off Mound at QuincJ
and the Score is 7
Rock Island at Dubuque.
Waterloo at Davenport.
Danville at Quincy.
Decatur at Peoria.
Qoincy, 111., May 30. Vyskocil was
batted off the slab in the second yes
terday, Davenport scoring seven runs
on eight hits. Score:
QUINCY R.H. P. A.E.
Kerwin. rf. 0 1 1 0 0
Hill, ss 0 3 0 1 0
Hartman, lb 0 1 10 0 0
Patterson. If. 1 0 0 0 0
W. Donahue, cf. 2 3 4 0 0
Owens, 2b 0 1 4 1 1
F. Donohue, 3b 0 1 1 4 0
Clark, c. -0 0 6 0 0
Vyskocil. p 0 0 0 0
Prendergast, p 0 0 1 2 1
Totals 3 10 27 8
DAVENPORT R. H. P. A.
Finney, rf 1 1 0 0
IM0T0RCYCLE RIDER KILLED Koepping. 2b o o i 3
tsromwick, 3D l l l l
Chapman, ss 1 2 2 4
Godwin, If 1 1 3 0
Lund, cf 1 1 5 0
Kelly, lb 1 1 9 1
tO'Leary, c 1 2 6 0
Fatal Accident in View of Big
Crowd at Hawthorne Track.
Chicago, May 30. Speeding at 60
miles an hour, four motorcycle riders
collided in front c the grand statnl.
! packed with thousands of spectators,
! at the Hawthorne race track Sun
j day aftermui.. Ore ridiT - as killed
j and three others were injured, on-
i perhaps fatally:
HARRY NIXON, Dayton, O.
Paul J. Bailey, Iidianapolis, Ind.
C. S. Hlnkley. Aurora, 111.
Frank Hart, Springfield. Mass.
0 0 0 3
take groups of boys out to the canal
or Rock river for a swim as often as
they will go this season. The first
swimming trip is to be Thursday af
ternoon of this week. The boys will
leave the Y. M. C. A. building at 2
o'clock, going to a safe place to go into
the water, and the afternoon .will be
spent in swimming and in learning
how to swim. This method will re
move many of the objections to having
the boys go swimming, as ft will pro
vide careful attention and make it so
that the boys will not be permitted to
stay in the water too long at a time.
All boys of. the Y. M. C. A. who wish
to go may do so.
Totals 7 9 27 12 1
Quincy 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 03
Davenport 07000000 0 7
Struck out By Prendergast, 6; by
Crabb. 5. Base on balls Off Prendtr
gast, 1. Umpire Daly.
: Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
j Tablets will clear the sour stomach,
sweeten the breathe and create a
healthy appetite. They promote the
flow of gastric juice, thereby inducing
good digestion. Sold by all druggists.
I Harper House pharmacy.
About the saving of money is just as true today as
when he first uttered it, 150 years ag-o. Therefore,
begin now, as procrastination is the thief of time,
and time flies but not so fast as money, especial
ly money that is not taken care of. We will furnish
every facility for those who will save. Deposits re
ceived from $1 up.
4 Interest Paid on Savings
Rock Island Savings
1721 Second Ave. J3clllk. I Rock Island, HI.
H. K. Cabin, pres.; II. P. Hull. v. pre-; I. CirecnJwaii, v. pres.;
A. I- Liudstrtui. casduer; II. K. Sudlow. .hkm.sUi tit cv.-diirr.
Capital anil surplus . . $200,000.00
I'ndivided profit $:!00,000.00
1M ks:d. over $2,400 OOO.OO
Standing and Results
COMPANY A RIFLE TEAM
Marksmen Meet at I lunge and Have
Aspirants for membership on
Company A'a rifle team, met at the
company range Sunday and had a
trial shoot under the direction of
Captain E. H. Dunavin. As a re
sult ' the following eight men were
selected from which to choose the
five who will make up the team:
Captain Dunavin, Carpenter, Bos,
Hedeen Tiedemaon. Hall, Coker and
Gustafsbn. The first five of these
made the best showing and in all
probability they will compose the
team. The regimental shoot will be
held at Sterling June 17 and 18 and
there will be teams from each of the
12 companies in the regiment as
well as a team selected at large by
Colonel V. A. Channon and a team
from the headquarters selected by
Captain Ben Eich, state range of
ficer. The headquarters team in
cludes Major J. V. Reig, commander
of the second battalion of which
Company A is. a part. The team
which makes the highest score at the
regimental shoot will represent the
regiment at the annual shoot at
Camp Logan, Chicago. The etate
shoot will be held July 1.
W. L. Pet.
Decatur 11 4 .778
Peoria 13 7 .050
Rock Island 9 11 .450
Dubuque 9 11 .450
Danville 0 11 .450
Davenport 8 11 .421
Waterloo 8 11 .421
Quincy 8 12 .400
Ball Teams Escape Wreck.
Omaha, Neb.. May 30. Informa
tion received at the-home office of
the Omaha Western league baseba'.l
team is to the effect that no member
of either the Omaha or the Den
ver teams was seriously hurt in the
TOBACCO DECISION, LIKE
STANDARD OIL, AIDS STOCK
(ContSnucfl fro-i F"a ire One.'
Detroit , 30
j Philadelphia 21
: Chicago IS
(New York IS
St. Iuis 13
i Chicago 23 13
New York 23 14
Philadelphia 24 15
Pittsburg 21 17
St. Louis . 1 1C
Cincinnati 3 0 IS
Brooklyn 14 24
P.ostcn 10 20
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. j
W. L. Pet. j
Kansas City 24 10 .01 j
Columbus 24 17 .5a5.
Minneapolis 23 22 .511;
Milwaukee 22 21 .bil:
St. Paul 20 22 .40
Louisville 20 23 Abl
Indianapolis 19 24 .442
Toledo 19 20 .122
ard Oil case, but did not qualify the
reasoning in that case so as to har
monize it in any particular with the
dissenting views expressed in that case
by Associate Justice Harlan and other
critics of the decision.
It is now regarded as settled that
the "rulo of reason" will prevail in the
courts of the land in the interpreta
tion of the Sherman anti-trust law until
at least the personnel of the supreme
court greatly changes or the Sherman
anti-trust law is amended.
In reality the decision was nothing
less than a deliberate exemplification
of the application of the "rule of rea
son" to "undisputed facts."
From the date cf the organization of
the first combination the court found
that there was a purpose to acquire
dominion and control the tobacco
trade, not by the mere exertion of the
ordinary right to contract and to trade
but by methods devised in order to
monopolize the trade by driving com
petitors out of business.
This purpose was carried out ruth
lessly, according to the court, upon the
assumption that work upon the fears
or play upon the cupidity of competi
tors would make success possible.
Such actions, viewed in the "light of
reason," was regarded by the court as
violative of the law.
WO?! ON EVERT POIVT.
On practically every point on which
the government appealed from the de
cision of the lower court it scored a
victory. In the first place. James B.
Duke and the 28 other Individual de
fendants were held to be parties to the
unlawful combination Instead of being
freed from further responsibility in
the case as directed by the court be
low. Instead of dismissing the bill as to
the Imperial Tobacco company, the so
called British monopoly, and as to the
British-American Tobacco company,
the creature of the two parent tobacco
monopolies, these two corporations
were held to be co-conspirtors in the
unlawful combination. So, too, was
the United Cigar Stores company, a re
tail organization, with stores through
out the country.
COI RT HAD TKOI BLE.
The court confessed that great diffi
culties had been encountered in the
consideration of the case because of
the many new aspects of the Sherman
anti-trust law ' which it presented.
These difficulties extended to the prep
aration of a satisfactory decree.
In this connection the court express
ed itself as solicitous of procuring a
remedy which would be complete and
efficacious and yet result in as little
injury as possible both to the public
and the private interests involved.
The court believed that , putting the
matter in the hands of the lower court j
for the purpose of working out a meth
od of dissolution and r-creation, with
the understanding that unless the law
was complied with the combination
must retire from interstate commerce
or go into the hands of a receiver, was
the best solution of th problem.
Unlike the Standard Oil company,
which made no move yesterday for a
hearing, William R. Perkins, as counsel
for the American Tobacco company,
asked the court, after the announce
ment of the decision, for leave to pre
sent a petition and to stay the issuance
of the mandate cf the court for 30
days. The request was granted.
Shortly afterwards the court adjourn- j
ed until next October.
rOMPI.ETK VltTOMVi WICKKKSII M.
Washington, May 30. A statement
from Attorney General Wickersham
list night characterizes the supreme
rniirte rr?riirwi in I Vi . i tnhonr-n " t as !
-V'Ul- . ' It'll K.l 111' V 1 1 v I -I V .10
a complete victory for the government.
"It is scarcely to be conceived." says
the attorney general, "that any more
comprehensive and effective applica
tion of the statute to this vast eombina-
; tion could possibly have been decreed."
People who succeed are those who conserve their resources.
Success comes to us each day. It comes in fragments, which,
gathered and conserved, will, in time make a snug fortune.
The seed of success is thrift, its fruit Is opportunity.
Start a savings account at this bank and make your desire
for success a reality.
Interest on savings compounded semi-annually. New half year
begins June 1. Money deposited on or before June 3 draws in
terest from June 1.
4 Interest on Savings
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
Second Avenue-and Seventeenth Street.
Capital $200,000.00 Surplus 9100,000.00
PHIL MITCHELL, President. I- S. WHITE, Vice rresldent-
K. T. AXDEKSOX, Cashier. C. F. CIIAXNON', Assistant Cashier.
COURTEOUS ATTILNTION TO ALL.
ruent filed suit in New York against
ten trade organizations and more
than 150 individuals for the dissolu
tion of the lumber "combination
which dominates the Atlantic states.
A majority of the charges made in
that prosecution are understood to
form the basis of evidence to be pre
sented to the special grand jury at
A large number of subpoenas are
already out and the leading men of
the big lumber companies of Illinois
Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and
other middle western states will be
summoned to appear.
UP TO GRAND JURY
Taking of Evidence Will Begin in
federal Court at Chicago
Chicago, May 30. United States
1 Attorney General Wickersham has
ordered steps taken in Chicago to
prosecute members of the lumber
"combine" of the middle west on
criminal charges of conspiracy in re
straint of trade under the Sherman
law. He secured an order for a Ispe- j
cial grand jury from District Judge!
Landis. The jury will be impaneled I
Monday at 10 a. m.
Ten days ago the federal govern
Aged 105; Entertains 1,000.
Pana. 111., May 30. Dr. Linn, a
surgeon of the civil war, said to be
the oldest resident of Illinois, cele
brated his 105th birthday anniver
sary at his residence, southeast of
Pana, yesterday by entertaining
. - 1 7" ..4
How to Stop Drinking
Wo are in earnest when we ask you
to try Orrine at our expense. We wl'l
give your money baek If after a trial
you fall to Ret results from Orrine.
This Is a very generous offer. It give
the wives and mothers of those who
drink to exeess an opportunity to try
the Orrine treatment. It also shows our
confidence In the merits of Orrine. Or
rine Is recognized as the hest and moi
successful remedy Uic world lias ever
known for drunkenness or the so-called
liquor habit. It is a very simple treat
ment, can be nlven in Hie home without
publicity or loss of t;nia from business,
and at a small price.
Orrine Is prepared in two forms. No
1, secret treatment, a powder, absolute
ly tasteless and odorlcs. Riven secret
ly in food or drink. Orrine No. 1, in
pill form. Is for those who desire to
take voluntary treatment. Orrine costs
only SI a box. Write for free Orrine
booklet (mailed in plain sealed envel
ope), to Orrine Company, Orrine build
ing, Washington. I. C. Orrine is rec
ommended and is for sale in this city by
the Harper House pharmacy.
All-steel furnace, no gas, soot,
dust or odor.
Phil S. Wilcher
2104 Fourth Avenue.
D. F. EMERICK
00." Tenth Street.
Excavating and Grading
Concrete and brick walks laid and
Call Wot l:M:l-Y.
BIJOU Cigar Store
1626 Second Avenue,
Under the new management
Cigars and periodicr.ls, pool and billiards,
'ioie agents for the "Cinco" cigar.
Phone West 555.
is our prescription business steadily Increasing? Because people
hare learned tbey get Just what the physician prescribed. Ask
your doctor If he has ever found one case of substitution by us.
RED CR.OSS PHARMACY
F. D. G. WALKER
Fourth mvnw nd Twentieth St. intones Wert 152 and 152.1.
To Conserve Your Health
Take Red Circle Pills
They arouse your lKer. Nature will do the rest. Best Liver.
Kidney and Stomach Remedy on earth. No nausea, no griping; do not
lstcifere with your daily work. Will relieve the majority of chronic
corrplalsts. the mot of which are caused from torpidity of the liver.
Only one pill for a dose; 24 doses. 25 cents. Sold at
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
THREE EYE IJ2AGUE.
Davenport, 7; Quincy, 1.
(No other games scheduled).
Chicago, 4; Pittsburg, 1.
Iloston, 5; Brooklyn, 4.
St. l-ouis, 7; Cincinnati. 6.
Philadelphia, 6; New York.
Chicago, 3: St. Ixmis, 0.
Boston, 12-7; Washington, 0-6.
Philadelphia. 4; New York, 1.
Cleveland. 7; Detroit, r,.
Columbus. 10; Louisville, 7.
Indianapolis. 3; Toledo, 2.
JNo other games scheduled.)
Grand Rapids. 7; South Bend, 1.
Dayton, 10; Fort Wayne. 2.
Wheeling, 6; Zanesvilie, 5.
Terre Haute, 8; Evansville, 3.
Keokuk. 11; Ottumwa. 7.
Muscatine, 1; Hannibal, 4.
Burlington. 1; Galesbwrg, 4.
Monmouth-Kewanee (no game;
Topeka, 3; Dea Moines. 0.
Pueblo, 5; St. Joseph. 0.
Sioux City, 5; Lincoln. 3.
Denver-Omaha (postponed, train
Atlanta, 2; Birmingham, l.
Mobile, 5; Memphis, 1.
Chattanooga. 3; Montgomery, 2.
New Orleans, 14; Nashville, 0.
Canton. 1; Clinton, 0.
Twin Towns, 8; Lincoln, 6.
Taylorvllle, 5; Pekin, 3.
Baseball Boiled Down
Outfielder Crangle. recently releas
ed by Davenport, will finish the sea
son with Winona.
The formal transfer of the Wichita
team to Pueblo has been announced
by President O'Neil of the Western
burg at the latter city, took the top
of the percentage column aay from
New York, which was trimmed by
George Manush, last year with the
Islanders, and who was with Portland
early in the season has been signe'i
The Chicago Cubs, by beating PiUs-
should be at
CLASSES IN SWIMMING
Mr. Oilman of the V. M. C. A. to In-
struct Boys of the City.
, Boys who wish to learn to swim, as
i well as boys who would like to swim ;
I under safe conditions, ail! have a '
chance to do so under the leadership j
of Physical Director Gilman of the Y. !
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
Peoples National Bank Baildina.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Evenings. Pbon West 122.
They have found out how to silence
the knockers at Columbus, Ohio. A
I fan who roasted the second baseman
j because of an error was ejected from
the park yesterday, and it is stated
this plan will be followed from now
Paul Meloan was given a fine ova
tion when he appeared at Chicago yes
terday with the St. Ixjuis Browns, but
he did nothing at bat and made an
error in the field. Pir.g Bodie, who
crowded him off the team, outshone
him both in the field and at bat.
Springfield fans are consoling them
selves over the loss of their team to
Decatur with the hope that they may
be able to buy the Peoria franchi.sfe, or
possibly that of Dubuque before the
season ends. It isn't likely, however;
that they will raise money to get:
either one, even if there is a chance to
From the way some of the sports
writers in the other end of the circuit
continue to sling the old war-time epi
thets in their columns they are living
In dread lest Waterloo secure an in
junction to prevent Springfield frcct
winning the pennant. And, reading be
tween the lines, one mfght gather that
our pessimistic friends down below
have Utile doubt that the Boc,ster3
could get away with that, too.
Dick Kinsella is quoted as saying
at Springfield the other day: "Th y ;
won't have baseball in Springfieid i
They want to play golf or tiddledy-!
: winks. They have the comraisa-iou j
! form of government here, the recall. ;
the referendum and lots of secret ;
soc;ety sessions and they don't wait :
anything lse. The man who live-'
next door to me buys his clothes froM !
Sears, Roebuck & Co. Let them gu
Forward extension handle bars, three coil spring sad
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Comfort and Economy
All the news all the UUuc The Argus,
Tourist Sleeping Car
The key notes that prove that the popular way to
travel across the continent is in Rock Island toui
1st sleeping cars. The berths are roomy heat inn
and lighting appliances up to date seats are uphol
stered in sanitary rattan instead of pluhh.
Two Routes Across the Continent
the southern or low altitude route, via El Paso
and New Mexico, and the scenic route, through the
heart of the Colorado Rockies aid via Denver and
Upper Berth Bates Reduced
Ask for a copy of free folder 'descriptive of Rock r
Island up to date tourist car service.
F. H. Plummer, C. P. Agt,
1829 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
S. F. Boyd, Oiv. Pass. Agt., Davenport.
M. C. A. Mr. Gilman Is planning to