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o :. ' 5 .?-:. ii iiiimiiii ., ..... t ...,. . i . ,- nimjii. r ,-- -- . - - y ? , j iei..-ei. ; t. BY AIXI.1AN cLc:::::;3To:iToriJiv.cp 'i n ( ;r-v'; m- POSTPONED GACE S'niYj EL rt tijn TaoacM-aaadsr bera yestarday. tba otvmiPE0;i!Aii;O;:irii locals taktag tb first tour U thrss aad leeteai the last. It to a, Olock aaa, ISoUaa oettflasaar, was caaaad v v f ' r 3 nwi 7 9 z. au Ml i! s 1 I i i ii t f'i tSBSd At FWMtt.. ) r" at Btoomiagtoa. Osaw Rapids at Bvansvfna, lEMtfori at Tm Haata. fjaarltl to Tha Argus.) h I1L, Jon 10. Tha I. delivered ta groat atria ta ajt int game of the doable header I ta l feat lost tka afUrpteco to a 1MM ay eoaat of It to C. Hk Mali drove Weber tract tho Bad to tka third inning of tba tssawsaAeoattoaed to hit the baa tart against Robbins. relief &Tbs second game found OU ST la good form, but ba wu jssirkasl is tba aevaath ta favor kUaek, who succeeded is check rs a threatened Ialudar rally. iaVak was bit freely by Peoria la i ant contest but ba worked ewfly oa account ot aa 8-run ed wsttfs ap to tba seventh Innta. (ba Smith was toacbad frequently .k Ihs'second game, bat Tlgba al "mi tba youag left-hander to go Be fall route. ' Latktag at tba Islanders from JO artM stand. It waa difficult to attars tbem aa a taam that bad baa trampled aadar foot so. often jat Ma. Every player waa on his km mar to taka adraataga of m Hansamry slip in tba other team. aJtsougb Peoria got aa early lead b tba ateond game, tba lalaadara bajt trytag bard aaUl tba laat man waa oot. Fbrtt Game, . With two goaa la the first Inning Baw Benson unloaded a doable, bat Smith's mtshty dab then land I aa one of Weber's offerings for t satis and Benson registered. In Be third Inning Jones opened with I fouws and took third on a wild aMfc. Benson lammed oat an as doable, bis second of the day, nl scored Jones. 8niitb singjed sata to right field and Benson naa the plate. at lbs ftwrtb Inning Dixon work, si Weber for a pass. Dennis around- ft set. Murphy singled and stole ansa, mxon and Murphy seor el as. Jones' second doable. In the ta inning McGnirs walked with Meat Oallegoa rolled out, bat acwure scored on Dixon's bit. In as skjhth inning Dennis singled isl Marphy was safe oa Basel's nr. Both seored oa Jones' third wu of the game. , nana got three la tba eia-hth. hmt tingled aad went to third on Inn's double. Both scored on ni tragic. . sow counted on aaaars double. In the ninth Peo- BX Ui last run. taatl Uland started the scoring me secona inning or tho second fas, stiller bit and went to see- when Collins reached first on itawater's error. . Miller scored pj QsUegos' flalder'a choice, Roth PWtag As ball at tba plate. 'JfewU took the lead by searing a wm a hs nsu or us second. A u; a fielder's choice aad three n did the business. , A alagla and MkU 1m tV. kl I tad another tally. A bit, sacrt Mt aad another hit gara Peoria bn ta the third. Dixon's doukie, ffjusld out and a sa erf flee fly the Islaadera another In the am- iPsBrta scored three la the fifth J error, three bits aad a hit gtawa. Two mora Tractors crosa Ptate la the saraatb oa an Wtoot, a single and a sacrifice welks, an error and a fniee fly (are Peoria two ia the SMk. Rock Island scored g pair As slghtb on Benson's bit. aa gar aad Smith's single, a walk taJWxoa's single. Scores: FbttGama. nock liliiul An n n baw topey, e,rl ss U. . A. . 0 ft lb Ik it .v.y.;.: ....... a 10 LA. SS?- 38 I 11 27 IS S AB.R. H. P. A.E. i." 0 J ff"?- 4 1 S 10 0 SIZL'lV 4 Z""W, i . If a 1.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 St' rMala ...at? -4' 41 J7 14 2 for RAhMM. iai ninth 4m. tHaa lor Jacksoa ia ninth sblud .. ...... .102 JIOOSO 8 0000000214 lwjess bits Brown it), Jones RJJ. Neeser. Stolen base 1TJ' aaerifiee bit Baser. Bsse r -Olf Weber, l; eS Robblns, iPfl. t- ttrvek oat By I ay Dennis, t. Innings ASK YOUR FATHER ABOUT! DOLLY'S SHOES 3 Pet, 470 471 id 17 17 20 21 aaeriUo ... ,...,.! Roekiord ... .......M aMfwlahth. MOliBe aatt.ll rU,CXAaZ3 17 aa JH .41 Cedar Cataids. 4.i1 M Terra Haata .. ..17 22 .iM ; AKZUCAB Z.IJL6CX. ' . W. Ia.. Pet ,.67 Clsreland ......20 - ii New Tork ..v. tl 17 Boston ... ..........24 IS jsti Ml Mi -. xn .340 CbJcago i.. ,......2a II Waabiagtaa 24 20 St Ianis ..id 27 Philadelphia ... 21 : Detroit w . . 14- 21 - 4U XAnOHAL UAG17I. W. Ia Pet .(2S JUS Ml J00 400 .443 .444 Brooklyn . Cincinnati ..,...rt 2S ......24 6 ..:i.io ?..:.;.2 a. a... 19 1 It 23 20 22 it 27 Chicago a., Pittaburgh St Loeis . Boston . . . New York ...,.....80 Philadelphia ....17 TKSTBKDAFS USTOTlV Rbckford. t-0; Terra Hants. 0-L ErsasYlUe. S-l: Cedar. Raaida. Blclngton. 4-1; Mollne, 2-10. Rock Island, 2-4; Peoria, 4-10. AaMrieaa Laafa. Boston 2; Chicago, 2. . t New York, 11: Detroit a. ClsTeland, ; Philadelphia, L Washington, 4;. 8t Louis, t. SCIIAUERGETS SHADE III HIS WIE BOUT St Paal Boy Tea Mac For Perrffl - at the Ia.rbjhtrsf labia i'X : af tba Game. -': Johny Scbauer of St Paul, and Bud Perrill of St Louis, put up about as pleasing an exhibition of fisticuffs at Browning field. Hollas, last night as the most pessimistic fight fan could hope to witness. The lightweights went at K for all that was in them for the full ten rounds and at the finish Scbauer was entitled to a slight shade be cause of bis more effective in-fighting. Seeing Schaaer in action was like seeing any of; the St Paul boys. He is a master at elose range, scoring repeatedly on Per- rill's solar region. At long range the St Louis boy bad a slight ad vantage daa to aa effectrre right jab aad a .good upper cut But Schauer kept the milling going at close quarter most of the time. ' ; Eddie Qllmore lost ' himself a home, in Mollne when he practi cally! quit, in tba third round against George Cammiags of Dav enport Ollmore was forced to take a lot of .punishment at the hand ot tho aard-nlttlng lowee and ia the second round be ac quired the notion that he was glr laa too mack for tba money. He flossed for tba count of eight and probably would bare taken a full count If tho fans bsd not started to boo him. Ia the third, however, be went down ta classy fashion aad allowed Referee Pierce to tell off the tea ' strokes, i-. " Wild Connolly of MoHne beat Mike Phillis of that city in four rounds. Kid Summers trimmed Kid- Fenwiek in four rounds in rather easy fashion. Tba show was witnessed by a good slsed crowd and the American lesion post is encouragea u go oa and stage another one. - ' pitched By Weber, 2; By Robblns, 7. Hit Off Weber. I; off Bobbins, I. WUd pitch Weber. Umpti Spade. - Rock Island AB.R. H. p; . 8 0 0 0 AC 4 0 Marphy, Jones, rf , 11 8 3 1 14 1 2 Benson, 2b Smith, lb Miller. It ....... Collins, cf ..a. Gallegos. 8b .... DlXOn, C ...aa... P. Sfflitb, P a.i.a " Totals Peoria Dresssn. et .31 S 7 24 1 4 AB.R. H P. AS. 4 0 10 Jackson, lb 4 3 11 1 1 3 8 1 t Brawn, so ....... i Rota, e 4 Nasser, rf Danaber. It 8 ailleev Sb Baser. 2b S OUlaowater. P---- 4 Lynch, a .t..,.. t 0- fl 3 3 1 1 0 3 0 0 Totals ...;.,...aa it unu 4 Paarta . .021 030 22 1 Back Istaad ........0U 010020 8 Two base hlta Dtxoa, Baaaoa. Saeriflea. aita Nesaar 8, Bmtth (2. Allaa. Btaaaaa. Brown, Deaar bar. Btslea as see Tsutana. ajMn Raasa na bsFIs-Off t; off ouieawacsr. I : off Up Struck eau-tr faatra, 1; by O 1 tf Juyaea. x. attobwowrr cciwear, i w; "ras C-aaa ta tr4r lawB t aU.T a 4-; A ppawa toJacJ-aa. U4 IT I-ebad ban rs '!. nlurnbv) : by farna lor argalag vkk CmHre Da- Lata, who bad aiwasraUy bad toy of oa alt decialoaa with Tba listless axeaatsnpf ran wtta a oa ta the AB.H.R.PO.A.K. bfaek.lb ....... .4 0 2 7 0..0 I 4,0 et .....4 t Deaf el. e 4 t Olocksoa, rf .....4 0 atraasbaagb, lb ..4 1 Ray. 2b .........a 2 Farpwa, U ....'..2 1 Wood . bead, p ...4 w Totals ....22 2 t 24 10 1 Blooadagtoa- ' AB.lt H.PO. A.K. Kolfenaaa. 2b ... .2 10 8 10 coitrin, as ......2 0 Tboa.peon. rf .... 4 0 rothergUl, ef i...a 1 Snyder, ....,.4 0 Sykaa, lb 4 0 Laaabaa. lb .....2 t Jantsen, if .......2 1 Xalaar, p a 1 Totals ... ....20 4 S 27 2 0 Btoomtagtoa ...lOllOOOOx 4 Mollne ..0010020002 Three-baas hits Purpura. Sac rifice nits Runser; Ray. Sacri fice fly Coitrin. ; Stolen bases Laaabaa; Jantsea. Struck out By Zaiaar, 2; by Woodbead. 4. Wild pitch Zelaer. Hit by pitebed ball By Wodbead (Zaiaar). Time of game 1 : . Umpire DeLare. - I SBCOI1 6AU. IfoUaa ...ar.... ......,.. 0 2 Bloomlngton ... ......... 11 1 Batteries Altchisoa. Beck aad Deufel; Zahnlser and Gannon. PORTING JAZ BTXBKUCK TOO HOT TO SPLIT FLA1TKS UHLE33 E7 CUTHNO RmARKB Autos Outside Looks aa If CaaAIdatas Are ta: (Br Least-Wtae.) - COUSiaTnaVCHICAQOL. Jane 10. When all the candidates posed for a picture yesterday, it ssemed that every mothers wish for ner son bad been fulfilled'; but it's too bad that -only one will be nominate !. There are eaeaca eaadldates to split the aemlaatiea a aaaea ways, with eaoagh ef the HATIOS left r the dark banes ta grass la wftfceat stepplac aa eaea eiber! Wataas. . From the array of autos packed outside the Coliseum, it la certain that the candidates are running for the nomination 4a limousines. A Wood sua took a look at ioka. sou's has aad namraed that Hiram was eaaUar every day prepared for taa worst, it was a aivvar. .. Labor is said to be bettlag all its Jack ea Hughes to win, since C. B. operated on miners' anion aad fe moved the Lever act Suff leader says the wossea aad hysterics oa the opening day. It matt nave seea waea iieiegau R. 0. Rent ef Trapse, Hd. ran dewa the aisle. "Come aad see me after I'm elected!" quoth a candidate. If be IS elected, be will see you first ' ' '"T ' Etn are too axneaifro aowaaan t eoaat ebiekeas before there aatnkfel so the cs art Mates aave seen eeuuag vows aeiere taejTe 1 thank you." said Candidate Wood, aa bedlam broke loose when be took the platform; but It was only a distant cheer for Babe Ruth. Tba aaaddaatsa fwaaaaOT aaB aa aad eaagtataiate eaca etaar. Taan aotaiag. noawa aava aeea gaaa to kiss their meat bated rivala. Wouldn't nature be wonderful If you were the rival of one of tbosaJ suff caaaiuaa ana sna saouia aus you even for spite? Megato r. K. Saaekle Is VMaTAg melded seatatfvea. esteraay be fit qaecaa. The amy has lost no kick for Candldata Psrshiag. It is a lncidenoe that be begged ta be ex-1 eused the day the II amendment waa declared etmsUtatloaaL , w less ITS kkfc. It weald bo taa aa aarrsshr'ta iwoar bafara tba Mta. ateCartar af broke two leoorfli tba flrat wossaa ba luaa. ippy. i -4 t "rasa ar3 ilf jar AaaaartftaaajICa swii t? truer tearle or Lew abw aaPt faaafc abaald ta) af tba to ta tbetr COrXLAHB Boat Kara af a aearby ptaaet, la M ta have bassed Geaaral Weed that aoQttei Is ae plan for aa aid war bene. It still pussies tba - outsiders whether delegate contests are play- ea upngnt or ft orison tal, wianer-take-aU or flfty-fifty. Ledge gat ea with als keynete am atT WBaaa, A Demoentte nxa aire weald bare called tt leaL- - Some veteran waa added to the Jui of the occasion yesterday by banging a "Keep Off the Grass" sign near a crop of green delegates. It beatsbel haw Cbaaee Depew amga ea. Ha rcaseauers waea sees aad beard set a deleaata back aaiyauvaaay. In those days, also Quite recent ly, another little drink was known to have drowned ths effect of aa ocean at oratory. A breese from the stoeavards blew ia yesterday while tho dears oaea, bat aa aratsat was raised by the ddegatss. Chances an tberve becassc sdimated sines Tuesday. , Delegate Pruya shocked the eon gregatioa by acting as if 'hs waa stewed, bat come to learn, ha bad been sitting next to Delegate Al Cos naii oi reooieiora, Ky. Idle evtastty ta .adxrflmtad ta the tact of Maiiag capacity. It H beUaved that sseet ef tsVMdatort have eomo far the seie purpose of ecttf taa alepaaat do the ipUt A woman deleaata missed swstor- dayt asssiou whoa she rotaraed to bar hotel to change her gown bo- cause it was aupucated somewhere ta the aadicaco. CbsJrmaa Is a misaeaMr for Sen- awesaso mm h always sa ait losv ueiegaro u narrow oarer felt so aaBoceasary until he bad aeea aome of the fine feathers la Peacock Auey at the congress. At tt Same rW tUltmmtm Tr Twadd tbaaaed bis taoky stan that aa dsaaay aave to pay far say, be- o raaaa raaiaer. Bin Bryan is a regular reporter. He never baa. a pencil or a note book; aad puts his test oa ths prses OBIS. . , 5nie Bry saya, TeUtloa eertaia- iy aoao ootai u a i taka g.raal ataaa ta hJ' Tear left tbad,atWa4Biseaibat SB BU1 Hays laagns at everything. Taat am would aaiekar at a fa aaral, abaald tba aarasa aaaase. If a aauta eoaats, BUI wtaa, CL L Baa ss aa baa. way as aoBvar tba goods. Aa ruttarate deleaata was hoard ta buna, Itava yaa saw Woodr ta wbicb tba till law i rapital. Hp, aat a waa board to fiMtufM aaH aat at -aat u baatf nr bo- awt-asjat. Taa oaanaaeaa asasasatla aa Bta that af a earaa? V'saaaa the antUa aas taraad leeas ta taa EIGHT SURVIVORS PLAY FOR AGHAriGETOGETiriTOSEf.il- FIHALS OF GOLF TOURNAMENT EVAS SIIP BUNS TWO DEFEATS IN ONE AFTERNOON ' Evansville, Ind, June 10. The Kvansville team - won a double bender here yesterday from Cedar Rapids in two games which were tho best played here this year. The scores were, 5 to 0, and I to I Cotrisa and Morrison pitching for the Evas did splendid work. Cot risa allowed six hits and Morrison was touched for only two. In the sixth inning when the Cedar Rapids team scored their one run in the second game, the long streak of 34 innings in the past four games without a run was stopped. The score. ' First Game. Cedar Rapids AB. R. H. P, A.E. 3 0 Evers, 2b Hardgrova, 3b .. Laramore, ss ... Lied, cf Weldell, if ..... Hruska, c Wilson lb Grabf elder, rf . . Clink, p ........ Liitrell Totals Batted .'.'. 0 6 24 12 2 CUnk in ninth in- for ning. Evansville Basbang, cf .. Lofton. If Brad baw, 2b Groh, ss ..... Lothes, 3b ... Kohls, lb .... Young, c Peters, rf .... Cotriss, p .... AB.R. H. .4 10 A.E. 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 4. 0 Totals ......34 5 10 27 12 1 Evansville ......... .001 00180 6 Cedar Rapids .......0000000000 . Three base hit Cotriss." Stolen bases Basbang. 3. Saeriflea hits Hardgrove, - Eera (2) Hruska. Lothes (2), WeidelL Bases on balls Off Cotriss; 4 raff Clink, 1. Struck out By Cotriss, t; by Clink, 1. Umpire Burnside. Time of game s.wv. i ... . - i Seconfl Game. : ' . , ,., R.H.E. Cedar Rapids ;.. 1 3 2 Evansville 8 4 1 Batteries Fitxpatrick aad Hrus ka; Morrison and Tonne. TYUSB HUELS GOOD GAIIE, BUT CUES ' - LOSE 8 STRAIGHT Philadelphia, Pa June 10. Al though George Tyler pitched a bet ova same yesterday tba Cubs sub mtttod M aa eighth straight licking because Dave Robertson's noma ma earns with the bases empty and rve them only the short and ot.a ta I ebon ta the seeoad combat with taa Phillies. Rotiertaoa's four base kaoek was the flrat genuine home run at the ssaaaa at the local park. It traveled aa a lino aver cantor field aad cloarad the barrier ta treat af the flag polo before bitting tka4 earth, ft would have besa a elr art ataw anywhere ta eitbor major laaawakf' The othar numerous basse runs aava this ssaaaa have basa ait. ettbsy away the abart right field wan ar. lata' tba nearby .left fisld ataarjwas, seoerdtag to Ioeal sta taasasaL Beacai H.B.B, OUflaBafS - . a.frTTtTlfl 4 Pbiladdr-ja ; fM,,l 8 I I hartes TyW awa OTarrottt G. Decker French of Daveapott Only Anesal Flayer to Fall Through First Day. u. Decker French, Davenport: Robert McKee, Des Moines: H. R. Johnston, St Paul; Francis. Dick inson, Des Moines; Clarence Wolff, St Louis; Ralph Rider, Des Moines; H. Tan Every, Minneapolis, and Harlow Hurley, Topeka, are left In the competition for the champion ship of the Trans-Mississippi Golf association. Todays play consists of 36 boles tor each match, to de termine semi-flnallsts. The defeat of Ray Ouimet of Kansas City yesterday morning by C. R. Rellly of Minneapolis, wss a complete surprise. Reilly was not conceded a chance against the for mer professional in view of Oul met's top showing in the medal play or too nrst two days of the tourna ment The pair finished the 17th hole even up and Reilly bad the punch left to take the 18th. The showing of G. Decker French of the Rock Island Arsenal club is also much of a surprise. Ho de feated E. A Lortan of Excelsior Springs, Mo., in the morning round, 4 and 2, and came back in tho afternoon against the conqueror of Ouimet and turned in a 3 and 1 vic tory. French meets Robert McKee today. McKee beat John D. Cady of Mollne and Sam W. Reynolds of Omaha..; . I Clarence L. Wolff. St Louis star.' is coming up to anticipations. Hs trimmed J. W. Hughes of Omaha in the morning round, t and 4, and in the afternoon scored a victory over Alfred Peaslee ot Dubuque, 8 and t. Wolff's opponent today is Ralph Rider ot Dee Moines, who defeated his teammate. J, W. Hub bell, In the afternoon, 4 and 8. H. L. wensler of Memphis. 17- year-old star, forced Barlow Hurley ot Topeka to go 18 boles to win 1 up yesterday afternoon. H. Van Every'a victory was scored against Carl Ptepho,' past state champion of Iowa. The count was 1 up. Warren Dickinson and B. R. Mc Clelland want 30 holes to a de cision in the second round. Wll- lard L. Veils. Jr. ehamnion ot the Arsenal club, waa eliminated ta tho afternoon by H. B. Johnston of St Paul, 4 and 8. Wensler missed a chance far tho earni-finals whoa he lost to Harljw Hurley of Topeka, 1 up. In It holes. Wensler earns into tha 18th araoa with a pretty iron shot from a difficult position and succeeded In halving the bota with a bauttful putt Ha was visibly tired and lis toe off tho IHa seat tha ball inta tho trees. . This called for aactber mm snot and the bail foil aha m ww arwaa wiuto Hunoy wiooso& u n placing ror aa easy pun, . - 7" GIAKTS. tl RKnit: a7"";i New York, Juno 10. The mult made it two straight tram Clto- aaa rsaiaTaav, wtnatna tha game, 8 to 4, Rtaar was alt hard. mm ,wwr ua Bmaaiai j raaa by. Kauff aad Young ?jrW Ur. Haht wv-bui laasaBY Wboa pmu awacbad taa aita with a mi ay reuna aw toar v- epsm, if txowxx a. -; bt, Mmia, Mo. Jaaa la, Waab. S Baaqa rt raw stasicM frees T mmtm W 4.h.. - - - ' ta a.' Tba visksm as at W4U aad was oUod a taa loaala ataw tatatag, CS, Laata aaala da satbtaa; aast lsars ta tbatasbea. oatr two raaaors TOTS A1TD ROCHS DIVIDS A PAIR 0FILaALLGAtIE3 Terra Haute. Ind- June 10. Terra Haute aad Roekford solit even bera yesterday afternoon la a double header. Tho vUltora won the first game. I to 0, and dropped tho last, 1 to 0. Toung held the Browns safe at alt times during the flrat contest, while Hill only allowed two hlta, but lost the game due to two errors. Tho score: First Game. Terra Haute AB. R. H. P. AE. 0 0 O'Berta, If Winkleman, cf Collins, Sb ,.. Scbulte, e .... Krehmeyer, 2b Meyer, lb .... Dee. ss 0 10 0 0 1' 2 0 1 GosnelL rf KimbaU, p Totals ...... Roekford .30 0 5 27 14 4 AB.R. H. P. AE. Brennaa, If ... 3 4 - 2 10 0, 3 3 1 1 Schollenberger, c. Brant, 2b ....... Smith, lb Hauk. 3b Foelsch, rf Jenkins, ss ...... Glumski, cf ..... Young, p Totals . ...33 8 8 27 t 0 201 0104008 Roekford . Tern Haute .000 000 0000 Two base hits Toung, Brant. Sacrifice hits Kimball. Schollen berger, Brennan. Stolen bases Brant Jenkins. Double play Jen kins to Smith. Struck out By Kimball, 3; by Toung, 4. Bases on balls Off Kimball. 6; off Toung, X Passed ball Scbulte. Umpire Weir. Time ot game 1:45. Second Game. ' (Seven innings.) R.H.E. Roekford 0 6 2 Terra Haute 1 2 0 Batteries Hill and Schollenber ger; Brown and Scbulte. CLAUDE WnsIIAMS LOSES OWN CONTEST Chicago, June 10. Claude "Lefty" Williams beat himself yes terday. Ho let loose two succes sive passes in the fifth frame and a triple and single that followed proved sufficient for the Red Sox to win over their white hosed rivals for the second straight time, 3 to 2. Not given the free tickets, tho Bos ton games probably wouldn't have fared so well, at they didn't do enough bitting to raise the dust Leslie Bush, better known as "Bullet Joe." opposed the champs over the full route and won more because ot luck than skill. -The Gleason bunch bit his stuff quite consistently and got a lead by scor ing once in tho first and again in the fourth. This brace ot tallies looked mighty, fordmidable with Williams burling in his very best style, but he suddenly tost eon trol and the ball game as well. Once in the lead. Bush took on a charmed existence, getting by safe ly despite numerous threats by his foes. Score: ...... R.H.E. Boston ... . ....I..........3 6 0 Chicago'... ...............3 8 8 Batteries Bush ' and waiton; Williams, Kerr and .Scbalk. . , I rVBLUfS tt MACKS, L Cleveland, "Ohlo,June 10. Par ry's ineffectiveness during the first few Innings gave. Cleveland a vic tory over Philadelphia, t to 1. The Athletics escaped a shutout in the second inning when Witt's tut to left went between Jamiesoa's legs and rolled to tho fence for a home run. Witt twisted his knee when ha reached the plate and bad to be carried off the field. BEATE8, 7 1 PIRATES, 0. Boston, June 3. Boston came fmm behind twice and won In the tenth, 7 to t. from Pittsburgh. men Hitter u neura single to con tor scored the winning ma with the bases full aad one out attar Pinch Hitter Sullivan's slngls bad scored MtranvUle with tha tying run. Maran villa mads five hlta, In cluding two doa'Jlaa, la five times Pu. TESTE RDAPB BXSTjLTS. "v ' Hatloaal Laafaa. Philadelphia, 3; Chicago, L Brooklyn, 3; Bt Louis. 8. New York. 8; CtaetanatL 4. 7; Kttaburgh. t. Ho metal cza z Or &s r ' sWtsvWaBBBt ' f f ?"" ' Y " "smsasaBi mf '" Char of 78 Carta far 6abasar tertataawat aad ! Cants' ea Meads. The Islanders roll back ambT't home scenes tomorrow, and It vl be 12 days with a eoatest each cay before tho boys will again sail fct foreign territory. By taking two of tha first three games with Peoria the team baa shown that ngbtirx splrit still exists in large amounts, and now it is up to the fans ta , show that they still have the fight ing spirit ! . A pair ot double neaaers on svs cessive days will' be offered Baa day and Monday at Douglas park: Bloomlngton comas tocaorrow for three scheduled contests. On tLa , Sabbath the teams will engage ta twin-bill aa a means ot playing off a game that bad to be postpon ed on account of rain the first time the Bloomers were in town. Mondsy double headers are ached alod all over the circuit Peorta will be the attraction in Rock Is land. : The general impression seems to prevail that double admission prices will be charged for doable headers, uncials or tno kocb is land Fans' association state that the price at the gate on Sunday will bo 75 cents and the single price for grandstand seats. Oa Monday two games will we offered for the price of one 50 cants. Get these prices right. Mr. Fan. Tote Comtaff. Following Peorta will be Tern Haute on the 17th, 18th and 18th. : and on the 20th, 21st and 32nd Ev ansville will provide the entertain ment at Douglas park. By the re turn to the home pasture the team hopes to have shaken tha Jing. for good, so some excellent paHtimlwg is assured. The 22-carat taa will be on band at aU times, whether the team is winning or losing. If the players can show the old pea under trying circumstances,. it be hooves the fans to do likewise. There will be some new players to look at In Weiss and Collins, pitch er and outfielder. Take a peek at, Evansville: on the bottom a week ago, it is now fighting for recogni tion among the leaders. It the support maintains you will sea Rock Island pulling a similar spurt The more money at the gate, tha . better players can be purchased. After all, it is ap to tho fan wheth er it is a winning or losing aggre gation. What any 1 , - V -, f BOBCIS, 8; CARDS, & ' Brooklyn, N. Y Juno 10 Brook lyn evened the ' series with ; St Louis, 3 to 3. A muff of an easy fly by Smith with two out let Mil ler score the winning run from sec ond in the seventh. HOTICE TO COHTBACTORS. Bids will be 'received up to t a, m. June 18, 1920, by the Village of Milan, Illinois, at the Town Hall, for the construction of a water main from Grant street to Sherman street on Sixth street, from Sixth street on Sherman street to the in tersection of the Chicago, Rock Is taad Pacific railroad rlght-of-' way. Spedflcationa for such Im provement aad ordinance may be obtained from F. H. Harris.:, the clerk, of the Village of Milan, all proposals or bids offered shall ba accompanied by certified , check ' payable . to the president ot the Board - of Local . Improvements, equal to tea (10) per cent ot tba aggregate of the: .proposal,, taa Board ot Local Improvements re serving the right to reject any and all bids, - ... P. W, WADSWORTH, . "j President Board ot Local Improve menta, Village of Milan. rrop mn A llil4 JUAVJl "J ' ShsataclvKie ; Soap tba vital organs healthy t4 twgakrlv taking- tha .wortft yamAA .- i- . -Lt 1 wu UABS BKHI UVULMCW ttko.Ksttooal Bsojsdy af atotbmd taa atoesrieo aad inrtmssil by Quaoai ntbalaOaa, ABoVatatbrsestaiK jlaok tmju & u Zm m '-a '"t cxrrj ttx - B ...I- t tat4 .... AT XT TIT it.