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THE AHGTT5. FKIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1901.
FUN FOR EVERYONE.
Twelfth Stteet and Fifth
The Quaker Medicine
Company's Big Concert
and Vaudeville Show.
Zem Kambia Quartet,
icntimental songs, comic
songs, funny sayings and
side-splitting farces. Con
cert begins at 7:45. Qua
ker medicines for sale at
225 Eighteenth street.
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE
CHIOAQO, ROOK ISLAND A
PmciOO Railway TlCkeM
ean be purehased or bagrag
ebeeked at City Tlokei office.
Second avenue, or C, R
T P desoL eorner Flfn
a venue and rblry-flrs street. Praa H. Plum-
met, A feat.
Denv ftr Limited ftOmthi..
. t 1:10
. t 2:4.1
am S 00 an
pm t 6:20 pm
am tl0:35 pa
am 9:10 pa
am til: 10 prr
am, :G0 air
am tll:10 pa
pm tlO XS pm
am t S OA am
m t e-.ht am
amit B:l pit
am, 10: 40 pm
pm t 8:30 am
pm t 8 S pm
pm 'J 3:20 pa
pm t 7:40 am
pm i0-.V am
Rocky Mountain Limited.,
irv worm. Denver AK.C.
Omaha and Dea Molnea
Omasa A Lincoln Kz
Den Molnea & Omaha
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha.
Des Molnea Kxpresa
Bk. Paul Minneapolis.....
Denver. K. Worth K. C.
tKarsae City. St Joe Dnvr
Hoes island A W a&hlnfrton
OUloafO & Dea Hoicea...
Rook Island A Brooklyn Ac
lOtraha A Rock laland
fCnlcago, ft Davenport.....
ArrlvaL tDepartnre. t Dally, except San
Daily except 8 a lord y. Ail o then daUy. Ta
TJTTRI-JNGTON ROUTE O.,
Ja Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second Avenue and Twen
tieth aire et.
U. S. YOUNG,
I luti. asbitb
i L. BprlngBeid. Peoria. I
Qvlncy via Ualesburgl
and Sterling 17:15 am
Peoia, Beardatown, Bar
Ungtoa, Denver and
West ;tl:40 pm
Bt. L.. Kas. City. Denver'
and Pacific Cout via
Galesburi; '7:28 pm
Eierilne and polsts inter
East Moiine. Suburban
St. L. Denver and west..
Clinton and Dubuque
Tainm)rt and Clinton.
Clinton. liuO'JQiie, !-.
Uronse. St. Paul, Minn. I
ft West and N. W 7:15 pm
Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
rHIOAGO, HILWAOKSI ft
'-'ST. PAUL) railway D.,
R. L & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Sevententb
street. George w. wood.
agent. The trains for Du
buciae and nolnta north run
la Illinois side of river. Trains for Freeport
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport. Clin
to and Savanna
All trains will connect at Saranna for points
Ml and west.
Taaxgs. luti. ) AHaiva
Dubuque and St. Paul I
Passenger 7:23 ami I1:40 am
Accommodation... 10:15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul
Passenger I 4:00 pm 9:15 pm
Milwaukee Kxpresa I 7:00 am 0:15 pm
Freeport Express. I 4:20 pm 11:tO am
All trains dally except Sunday
TJOCK ISLAND ft PEORIA
""Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. 11
A. Patterson, General Pasaen-
frer Agent. Passenger trains
save C, R. X. ft P. (Mo
line avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than tlzns
riven. E. L. Goff, Agent.
LUT a. I ABBIV1
Peoria ft Springfield Urn
Peoria, Spilngfleld, Lt. L
8.-06 am 10J0 pm
Peoria, Sprintrneld. Indian
apolis. Cincinnati, Bloom
Invton Peoria Express
Peoria, icdlanapolis, Cin
Peoria. St. Ixnuis, Sprlng-
Cable .V Sberrard Accom..
Cable 6i Sbcrrard Accom..
W IS am- 4:55 pm
3.30 pm, 2:20 pm
Traius marked are daily,
All others daily
Notlre of I'ubllcmttoii (J banco ry.
State of Illinois.
County of Kock I.Und. ( HO
la the circuit court, September term, A. D ,
James Dalmer vn. Julia PhUJIpx. Frank M.
Phillips. Clyde C. Phillip. Artie Phillip,
Maud Adams, Aona M- I'hillips Ed ward D.
Phillips, and D. K. MoDerly and Prank S.
Cool, administrators of the estate of D. K.
Phillips, deceased. In chancery.
Afndavftnf noa-rf sidence of the said Julia
rhili:j. ?rank M. Phillip. Clyde C I'hUlips,
Artie Phillips. Maud Adams. Anna M Phillips,
Kdward D. PhiUips. and D. K Uoberly. admin
Utraur of the estate of D. K. Phillips, de
ceased, having been bled In the clerk's office
of the circuit court ft said county, notice Is
therefore hereby given to the said non resi
dent defendants that the complainant filed
bis bill of complaint In said court, on the chan
cery side thereof, on the 12tb day of Autrujt,
1K). and that thereupon a tummoni Issued out
of said court, wherein said suit Is now pend
Idc. returnable on the third Monday in the
month of September next, as Is by law re
quired. Now, unless you. the said nn-resl-cent
defendants above named. Julia Phillips,
Frank M Phillips, Clyde C. Phillip. Artie
I-bUlips, Maud Adams. Anna M. Phillips. Ed
ward D. Phillips and D. K. Moberly. adminis
trator of the estate of D. E. I'hllllp. deceased,
chall personally be and appear before said cir
cuit court on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at the court house in
the i-lty of Kock Island, in and for the said
county, on the sixteenth day of Septem
ber next, and plead, answer, or demur to the
aid complainant's bill of complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein charged
and stated will be taken aa confessed, and a
decree entered against you, according to the
prayer of said biiL
Gborck W. Gamble, Circuit Clerk.
Rock Island. Ill . Aug. 12, luol.
Sbaki.b & MAAhHAU Complainant's Solici
tors. Don't Be Fooled'1
Take th ceoataa, anginal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Mads only by Madison Mad,
cine Co.. Aladises. WU. M
keeps -row, - well. Our trcs
mark cut '"o each pfsg
Price, js cents. lfva-7 cm'
In hulk. sw
T U. Thomas, sol acsna
319-321 Twentieth Street.
c have ono of tbe finest lines of
dinner sets in the oitj. Seven open
stock: patterns to have your pick
from. Here are a few prices on oar
semi -porcelain embossed dinner set.
Covered butter dish, semi-porcelain,
Individual butter dishch, semi
porcelain, each 2Jc
Large size dinner plates, semi
porcelain, each 9c
Large size plater, semi-porcelain,
Lorge size water pitchers, semi
porcelain, each 29c
Tea cups and saucers, semi-porcelain,
Four inch fruit dishes, semi-por.
celain, each 4c
We will 'Give Yon Prices on Any of
Oar Set It Xoa will Call.
An elegant p&rlor lamp, round
decorated globe, each 98c
Nickle alarm clock 62c
arge parlor lamp, fancy deco
rated globe, round burner,
worth ft;, each 4.98
00 engraved calling cards with
We get our ll.iwers for our llortl
department direct from the green
house. Give us your orders.
Don't You Like it?
We want you to see the fall
shapes. We think one of
them will just suit you both
in shade and in height.
They've Gracefal Brims.
Well Formed Crowns, and
we think will please you in
every particular. Call and
see them at
1714 Second Avenue.
For any function whether
- formal or modest, you'll find
Math's Ice Cream jnst the
thing. It Is a delicate bit
for refreshment, elegant
enough to be used on the
greatest occasion and you can
afford it for little home par
ties. Let us have an order.
Our Ice Cream Is Strictly High
Grade, Pure and De
licious. Try oar Yankee and Sultana
roll. It's a winner. Don't
forget that we are leaders in
everything that a first-class
bakery and confectionery
tarns oat. Physicians rco
ommend oar whole wheat
bread for the sick, why won't
it be good for the healthy P
It is made by us only .
from the Farina Health Flour.
Yoors for high grade,
Frank J. Math.
Formerly Krell A Math.
PhoM 1155. 1716-17H Second A re.
Just me Tig
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Will LAST HOME GAME
Rockford Again Humbled by
White Stockings, Who Use
GRAHAM MAKES THE WINlfINQ HIT
Three Scores Rolled Up ii the
' Ninth Inning Results
of the Day.
Terre Haute 108 W
Cedar Rapids 100 t.7
Blooming ton. 110 67
Rook ford 1C f5
Davenport It 4
Evansvule low 4.S
Kock Island 107 44
Deeaiur lov 3
Bock Island at Cedar Rapids.
Decatur at Terre Haute.
Rockford at Davenport.
Bloomington at Evansville.
Ia the last game of the season on
the home grounds yesterday the white
socks downed the liocktords by a
score of 6 to 5. It is seldom that the
same score is duplicated in one series,
and it is still more rarely that tho
same man makes the hit necessary to
win the game.
Oscar Graham, who layed the
right suburb in place of Stanley Ar
thur, was on deck again with one of
those grass-catting singles. With the
score 5 to 8 against them, and Owens
pitching good ball, the white socks
came to tne front. It was the ninth
Inning. Tate, who get a nice 3-bagger
earlier in the game, was the first
man up. He looked at Owens' beau
tiful physiognomy for a moment and
then rippad off a pretty single just to
start the ball a-rolling. Mullaney
who hadn't got a hit, planted one in
front of terns, who made a poor throw
and Mall was safe on the initial cush
ion. Then Hoy picked out one of
0rens shoots and labeled it for two
sacks, scoring Tate, and placing Mul
laney on third. A single' was all that
was necessary to win the game and
Graham was there with the goods
for he hit a hot one past third and
the game was won.
Visitors Score Early.
Rockford started the game by rolling
up two. Shaffer, whose batting average
was 1,000 for the dav, made liis Iirst
bit a 2-bagger. Conklin hit to Mid
dleton and was safe on an error, the
only one made by Rock Island
Shatter, who had stolen third, scored
on tbe play. After Jones had walked
and Hanford had gone oat, short to
first. Sears Hew to Hopkins and Con
klin came homo. Jones also attempted
to score, but was put out.
Both sides wero blanked until the
fourth, when Rock Island secured
three. After Moriarity had gone out,
Midaleton hit lor two bases, liebsa
men knocked one to Ferris too hot
for him to handle and was safe. Tate
found a curve that was just right
and landed on it for three bases, scor
ing Middleton and Rebsamen; Malia-
ncy hit to short and Tate scored, and
Hoy struck out. Rockford immedi
ately took back the three in the fifth.
Thiery singled, Owens sacrificed.
Shatter 2-based, scoring Thiery; Conk
lin singled; Jones 2-based, scoring
Shaffer and Conklin; Hanford Hew to
Tate and Sears struck out. Rockford
couldn't score again, while Rock
Island secured three in tbe ninth and
as .related above. Tbe
K II Ia A a Ke
Moriarity, 3b 0 1 0 1 6
Middleton, ss 1 1 :$ 4 1
Rebsamen, c 1 2 7 4 0
Tate, 2b 2 2 5 1 0
Mullaney, lb 1 0 6 0 0
Hoy. If 1 1 0 O 0
Graham, rf 0 1 1 0 0
Hopkins, cf 0 0 2 1 0
Haines, p 0 0 1 0 0
Total 6 825 11 1
Ferris and Pattison oat on bant
R. II. P. A. E
Shaffer, lb 2 3 12 0 0
Conklin, cf 2 3 3 0 0
Jones, If 0 1 2 0 0
Hanford. rf 0 0 3 0 0
Sears. 2b 0 1 0 5 1
Ferris, ss 0 1 1 2 2
Pattison. 3b 0 0 1 0 0
Thiery, c 1 1 2 2 0
Owens, p 0 0 0 2 o
Total ' ... 5 1024 11 3
None out when winning run was
Bock Island.... 0 0 0 3 0 0
Rockford 2 0 0 0 3 0
Two-bas4 hit Middleton,
0 0 36
0 0 05
ty. Hoy, Shaffer (2). Jones. Conklin.
Three base hits Tate. Stolen bases
Conklin (3), Shaffer (2), Jones.
Basss on balls off Haines 5. Struck
out by Haines 8, Owens 3. Pastel
ball Rebsamen. Time 1:40. Um
Evansville won easily. Both pitch
ers were In fine form, but Dornor was
poorly supported. Soore:
Evansville..... 2 0 1
Decatar 0 0 0
ner and Wilkinson,
villa 14. Decatar 8.
0 0 4 0 0 7
0 0 1 0 0 01
and Roth, Dor
ville 1, Decatar 3,
At Blooming; ton.
The last game of the league season
on the Bloomington grounds was
marked by a wild demonstration
Cox. When the
game ended a thousand men and boys
warmed oat upon the diamond and
began throwing cusnion?. cioas 01
dirt, sticks, stones snd eery avail
able missile, some, of a redolent char
acter. Cox called upon Sheriff John
son and his deputies to protect him,
bat before officers could reach his
side some one rapped him on the
head with a baseball bat. The offi
cers also seized bats, and id their
best to keep back tbe crowd. Cox
was badly bruised and battered.
Bloomington .0 0010001 02
Terre Haute.. 4 0 0 0 3 2 3 0 012
Batteries Keeley, Brown, Beedles,
and Belt and Elsey. Brown and Star
nag le. Hits bloomington 10, Terre
Haute 13. Krrors Bloomington 3,
Terre Haute 4. -
At Cadar Rapids.
The visitors woo in a whirlwind of
hits. Evers soaked out a homer with
three men on bases. Score:
Cedar Rapids .0 0100100 0 2
Davenport 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 3 lli
Batteries Ashton and . Weaver,
Wenig and Evers. Hits Cedar Ripids
6, D-tvenport 14. Errors Cedar Rap
ids 4. Davenport 4.
MINOR LEAGUES IN A
Organise to Protect Themselves
Contract Jumping, Etc.
The National Association of Profes
sional Baseball Leagues was organized
at a meeting of minor league presi
dents at the Leland, Chicago, last
night. The minor baseball organiza
tions of the country wero represented
at the meeting either by a delegate or
by proxy, and from present indica
tions they will be banded into a firm
anion, and respect each other'd
contracts in such a way that they will
be as formidable as under the former
protection of the National league.
The presidents in attendance were
as follows: Hickey, Western league;
Sexton, Throe I; Meyers, Western as
sociation; Powers, Etstern league;
Murnane, New Eogland league; Far
rell, New York State league; Lucas,
Northwestern league. Presidents
O'Rouke of the Connecticut league
and the executives of the Southern
and California leagues were represent
ed by proxy.
At last 'night's session little was
done except to effect a temporary or
ganization with Preside ot Hickey as
chairman and President Farrell as
secretary. Plans wero made to re
spect all minor league contracts and
provide against the "jumping" of
their players to the big leagues
without a compensation. This will
probably be done by debarring tbe
player from further engagements in
the minor leagues if he leaves without
his club'd consent.
Neither the American nor the Na
tional It ague will be adopted as a
champion, but the new organization
will try to remain independent and
friendly with both. Permanent or
ganization will be effected at a fall
meeting in New York.
Chicago, Sept. 6. Representatives
of 11 minor baseball leagues of Angel
ica practically completed the orgtn -zation
of the National Association 1 f
Professional Baseball clubs here tc
day. A constitution was drafted.
Officers will be elected and other bus
iness transacted at a meeting to bo
held at New York Oct. 21.
TAKES FALL OUT OF KICCKl.
President Sexton Reprimand Manac er
of Terre Hants Team.
In regard to the statement made by
BUI Krelg of the lerre Haute team to
the effect that the northern teams
had combined to beat Terre Htute out
of the pennant, the following red-hot
letter comes from President Sexton.
and it seems to mean that Bill mar
walk the carpet:
"My attention has last been called
to an article now going tho rounds of
the press in this circuit which is pur
ported to be an interview with Mma
ger W. F. Kreig of the Terre Haute
club by tbe Evansville Courier. In
said interview Mr. Kreig is quoted as
saying: ! bave no doubt that a com
bination has been formed by tae
northern teams to beat us out. Cedar
Rapids is next to us in the standing
today, and as they have more cbanoa
to win .than anyone else, the other
teams have decided to lay down be
fore Hill's crowd, in order to beat my
team out of tbe championship.
"During the many years mat 1
have taken an active interest in base
ball I cannot recall an instance
wherein a club manager has been
guilty of such ungraceful, ungentle-
manly, contemptible and unsports
manlike sentiments as Mr. Kreig
gives utterance to in said interview.
"Wo are vow within fonr games ot
the end of the season, and this is the
lirst instance of a notorious character
to mar our good record, and while my
own inclination is to take summary
action in Mr. Kreig's case, I feel that
it would be better to . await our com
ing league meeting, hoping that our
representatives at that time will ad
minister to Mr. Kreig a rebuke bo
severe in nature as to stand oat at all
time in the future as a warning that
the gentlemen who devote their time
and energy to the interest of baseball
in oar different cities will not permit
to go unnoticed each an insult to
their honesty and integrity as is con
veyed in the interview above referred
Note of the Diamond.
Shaffer is mighty spry for such an
The "rusty" battery worked nicaly
until the fatal ninth.
Graham's better half was in tbe
grand stand when he went to bat in
the last inning, lie told her he was
going to make a hit and he did.
Shaffer and Conklin reached first
every time up. Shaffer got three hits,
base on balls and once he was safe
on a fielder a choice. Conklin tore on
three hits, walked once and was pre-
'sented twith a
base by an error ot
The team at least afforded the fans
the satisfaction of claiming the last
pame of the season on the home
grounds. That was a nice thing to
ao, Mull. And Graham was again the
hero of the day.
The Rock Island team plays in Ce
dar Rapids today, tomorrow and Sun
day. Today a postponed game is bc-
i ig played.
Ibe post-season series proposed be
tween Rock Island and Davenport has
been declared off as a result of a confer
ence that President Mnngerand Man
ager Hayes had last Sunday. It was
mutually agreed that the undertaking
would not be a success financially and
the clubs did not feel like taking
chances at this late day. Tbe Terre
Haute-Evansville series has been aban
doned for the same reason.
Tate is deserving of credit for the
showing bo has made in tbe last few
games, for he has worked hard. It is
his misfortue that he did not do more
of this kind of work thronghout the
season. He was capable of it right
Rock Island won tbe two opening
and the two closing games of all the
series at borne, but the games that
came between them are the ones that
landed us near the bottom.
It is unfortunate that Stanley Ar
thur, who had won favor among the
fans by bis tine catching, should have
acted so unbecomiogly at Ibe close of
tbe season as to mar his record.
In the Other Leagues.
ChU-sijro. Sent. C. Yesterday's
League record lit base ball were as
follows: At Boston St. Louis .", Bos
ton lit Philadelphia Chicago 4,
Philadelphia 7; at New York Pitts
bur jr. 1.1, New York 1; (sevonil game)
Pittsburg 1.1. New York 7 six inniniis.
darkness; at Brooklyn I'incinnati '2,
American League: At Chicago
Washington 3, Chicago 4: (second
gained Washington !. Chicago 7: at
Detroit Philadelphia 11 ,elroit U
(second garnet Philadelphia !. Detroit
at Milwaukee Boston 4. Milwau
kee 2: at Cleveland Baltimore 1,
Western Association: At Wheeling
Toledo 2. Wheeling 5 (second game)
Toledo :;. Wheeling O: at Fort Wayne
Marlon 5, Fort Wayne ,8: at Colmn
bus Matthews 1, Columbus 10: at
Dayton Grand Rapids 3, Dayton 5.
TEAMSTER FALLS UNDER
CAR. BUT IS NOT HURT.
John Jamleson, who resides at 700
Seventh avenue, had a very close call
from death shortly after 1 o'clock
this afternoon. Mr. Jamieson is a
teamster for E. B. McKown. While
crossing the street car tracks on Sec
ond avenue and Fourteenth street the
rear of his coal wagon was struck by
a westbound Elm street car. He was
violently thrown from his seat to the
ground and fell under the car between
the fender and the front wheels, but
luckily escaped any serious injury,
although his nervous system was
badly shaken up.
This Question Should be Answered Easily
by Kock Island People.
Which is wiser to huve confidence
in the opinions of your follow citizens
or depend on statements .made by
utter strangers lie ad this:
John Mager, 223 Eighteenth street,
proprietor of the architectural iron
and brass works, says: "There was
such terrible pains through my kid
neys that I could hardly sit down or
get up without suffering from sharp
ehooting pains through "my back. Iq
the morning I often felt so lame and
sore that I could not get up and I
practically rolled out of bed, and
more than once my wife assisted me
to gtet up. I had my attention called
to Doan's Kidney Pill and got a box
at Marshall & Fisher's drug store. A
f iw doses seemed to relieve mc, as
continued taking the remedy the
pains grew less, and alter using one
box I was nearly freed from them.
eot a second box and before I had
finished it the trouble left me."
For sale by all dealers. ' Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf
falo. N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Declare thero is a quality iu
the Blakslce pictures which
N cannot be excelled. A visit
to our art room will convince
This is a good month to
bring the babv.
THE BLAKSLEE STUDIO
1822 Third avenue.
Central Shoe Store,
A Lucky Find.
Mitchell & Lynde Block. Room 38. Office hours 8 a. m to
6 p. m., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514.
Daylight Clothing Store.
Ready (or Business With All the Early Fall
1724 Second Avenue.
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HARTZ & ULLEMEYER, SnKUst
Wright has All Grades and Prices, Besides Some
Great Bargains in Small Sizes.
1712 Second Avenue.
When once you learn our terms arjd
methods of loaning money on chattel
security furniture, pianos, horses,
wagons, live stock, etc , you will no
doubt feel that you have made a
lucky find. We are able to assist you
when you are in need of cash and can
do it quickly, confidentially and with
out removing the property from your
possession. Any amount from $10
upwards. Don't bear the suspense
a minute longer than you can help,
but come and see us. We make a
study of this business and feel sure
we can do the right thing by you.
"The Kodak Girl."
This is the Kodak Girl who takes
pictures with an Eastman kodak. A
look at her shows that, like one's
parse, a Folding Pocket Kodak may
be carried in the hand without incon
venience. She buys her supplies at
Hartz & Ullemeyer'a, who are special
agents for Eastma,n Kodak Co., sup
plies of plates, paper, films, etc., al
ways fresh, no old shop worn goods.
Airgoods kept in a dark room. Sat
isfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. We wish to keep all our old
customers and make new ones by
pleasing them. We meet all compe
tition. 20 per cent discount on