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THE ABGIJS, 3LON0AY, APJBrL 18, -1904.
n fWheiv Yoi buy Your Groceries Go with he crowd to Nel son's grocery store. Fresh stock. Lowest Prices In the Tri-Cities. N.P.F. Nelson Cash Grocery, 2023 Fourth Ave. Both Thones. -.; Exceptional Betvuty in design and finish arc marked features of our superb wedding rings. For a ring Hint is to last (i life-time it is without question the lest plan to choose the best ipiality. We make special de signs in rings to ortlcr. .i i .ij...... ...... JEWELER AND OPTICIAN Opposite llarper lIou. Roth "phones. Have you ever tried our IB jresidL it lATH'S ' ' Confectionery and Bakery. Go to 75he Boston for Home Made Condies and Ice Cream also delicious Ice Cream Soda at 5 cents per glass. Boston Candy Kitchen. 1X10 SECOND AYENUm. BYTHESAMESCORE Rock Island Repays Defeat Ad miniitered by Davenport One Week Ago. CASE OF EATTLES 1ST THE NINTH Capt. 'Williams Leading In Error Making Team LieaTra for Iowa City. It's a horse apiece now with Hock Island and Davenport on the aute-ea-s-n baseball games. Rock Island won yesterday afternoon's exhibition game at Twelfth street park 4 to 3, the same score by which Davenport defeated Hie- local aggregation on the grounds across the river a week previous. It was a plain case of rattle with the visitor. The rooters went after them in the ninth inning' aud .three costly errors were made, two of them by Dal Williams, caplafn of the Rnv- enport team, who was covering- first. The other was made at third. Twelve hundred people witnessed the contest lespitc the weather was anything but comfortable for the enjoyment of out door sport. - There was a new face in the Rock Ulnnd lineup. Shields, signed to try for third, hating report ed from his home in Canton. III. Jle played sec-' ond, fielding the portion admirably. lie was weak at bat. but this may be overcome 1hrourh practice. For a first appearance he did well. Shields j looks the ball player. Both 4M- enro in Flint I"r.-t Inning: Davenport Ives drew free transportation and took second: on a passed ball. He was sacrificed in to thirl by Ruby an J scored 1111 Schoonhoven's hit to right. Gw'n fli.J to the pitcher antl Martin struck out.; U"ck Island Thornton swatted, wait-! big for the third strike. The ball got: by the center lielder and the runnei Wrought up at third. Kebscher and ; Lister went out. and Vandine placed a beautiful two-sacker in center, scor- ng Thornton. La Mr pushes one over! to Williams ami was safe on the first mii,;ii'.' fumble. Vandine crossed) Lhe rubber. .Moore hit to short, the li.ill was fumbled, and I-jilly was safe it M-fi-rid. ('harnier struck ut. Set oik!' ."lining: Davenport Williams i ml Wilder wen out. Davis hit to ivond uud was safe on an error. Hughes went out. Rock Island Shield-, drove safely into left, but lost' n sin effort to reach second. l.akafT .Mid Thornton fanned. Third inning: Davenport Ives (lied oldster. JCiiov hit to third antl was i re. preventing Lister from getting both hands on the ball. The runner !ook second. Schoonhoven hit to Rcb scher. who fumbled, the runner being safe. Schooiiliove n stole second, (iwin fannel and Martin fiied. Rock Island Ilebseher and Lister were out. Van dine singled to left, and Lally flie.l. Fourth inning: Davenport Wil liams singled to center. Wilder, Dais and Hughes did not reach base. Rock Inland Moore, ('harnier and Shields went out in order. Ivca Comri la Arln- Fifth iiiiiinsr: Davenport Ives walk ed. Ruby struck out. Ives stole sec ond. Schoonhoven singled in center and made second, Ives beating the ball home. (Iwin singled in left. Martin hit to the pitcher and Schoonhoven was tagged at third. Williams Hied to right. Kock Island LakafT went out. Thornton singled to left, but failed trying for second. Rcbschcr struck out. Sixth inning-: Davenport Wilder. Davis and Hughes expired easily. Kock Island Lister. Vandine antl Lal ly were the only oiles to face the pitcher. Nothing doing. Seventh inning: Davenport Ives singled. Kuby followed suit. Schorn hoven tlied. (iwin slammed a two Iwgger to deep center, Ives register ing. Kuby was caught off watch at third. Martin went out. Kock Island Moore and ('harnier tlied and Shields struck out. Eighth inning: Davenport Williams hamlet one to second, but Shields fum bled. Wilder hit to third and Williams was tagged at second. Dais pushed a hot one oxer to Shields, who redeem ed himself by doubling Wilder at first. Kock bland Laknff died. Thornton hit to short and beat the lvall to first. Kebscher put one into the same place and Thornton was caught at second. Lister forced IJebscher at second. Had Ianlar for IMvnpor. Ninth inning: Davenport MeKenna struck ut. uiul Ives ami Kuby Hied, both to Lister. Kock Islani Vandine hit to Williams antl was safe on the latter" error, but but was forced in to the arms of the enemy by Lalh's hit to first. Moore foIVd one out to ers y30QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'XX20QOOOOOQOQOQaoaQaOOOOOO'i Name For My choice ) OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCC9CCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I third and was afe. Will Lams making his second error in the inning by cropping the ball, which had been whipped- to him by Dais. Lally arriv ing at third. Wilder tried to catch Lally, the ball went through the third baseman's 'egs, and Lally registered. Moore going to third, (harnier hit to the infield, but the backstop drop ped the ball just as he was in the act -f srr?iz Moore at the plate. The ntKli ISLAND. ARK II V A K Thornton, cf 4 1 2 0 0 0 Kebscher, ss 4 u 0 0 O 1 Lister.' lb 4 O 0 12 0 0 Vandine, .lb 4 1 2 1 3 1 Lally. rf 4 1 0 2 0 0 Moore, e 4 1 0 7 0 0 Ckainier. If 4 0 o 1 u 0 Shields-. 2b 3 0 1 2 2 2 LakafT. p 3 0 0 2 4 0 Total 34 4 6 27 9 4 DAVENPOKT. A R It H I A E Ives, cf 3 3 1 2 0 1 Kuby. If 5 0 1 4 0 0 Schoonhoven, ss 4 O 2 3 2 1 Gwin. 2b 4 0 2 2 0 0 Martin, rf 4 0 1 0 0 Williams, lb 4 O 1 r, l 3 Wilder, c 4 0 0 7 3 1 Davis. 3b 4 0 0 0 1 1 MeKenna, p 1 0 0 0 0 0 Hughes, p 3 0 0 0 0 0 Total : 3 725 7 7 One out when winning run was made. Score by innings: Rock Island 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 Davenport 1 ) 0 0 1 0 1 0 03 Summary: Two-base hits. Vandine, (iwin. Three-base hit, Thornton. Double-play. Shields-Lister. Rases on balls. LakafT. 2. Struck out, I-nkatT. C: Hughes, MeKenna. 3. Passed ball. Moore. 1. Time of game. 1:3.. I'mpires. II a yern an. Lmi.Tin. Scott. Uttbnqtif Ilef -tr KnrafiM t. Kockford, III.. April is. Dubuque's Thr e-Kye league team defeated Rock ford in a well-played game yesterday afternoon. Score: Dubuque 1)0011)1201-4 11 3 Kockford O0O0OO2O22 7 1 Ratteries Kockford. Malvern. Ra ker, .laeger. Stark: Dubuque. Ea-t--- rn ""lark ant! Muleabey. le wttir Win n' Hiihip. Decatur. HI.. April is. Until the eighth inning Edwards shut Rlooming ton out without a hit antl struck out 12 men. Decatur went after Rishop in the second . iuning and . piled up four runs. The game was clean and fast, the home team showing best all the way. The score: Decatur Ill 0 1 0 0 0 2 7 Rloomington O O O 0 0 O O 4 0 4 P.atteries Kd wards and O'Conner; Rishop. Smith ami Donovan. SpriDfflfM Lomi to Mllwaake. Springfield. 111.. April 18. Milvvaij kee defeated Springfield yesterday -I to 2. The score: Springfield 0 2 0OOOOO2 7 .". Milwaukee O 3 0 0000 14 4 2 Ratteries Rrittsen antl Latimer; Steele and Specr. 8-orn Natardar la Blr M(ur. National Roston S. Philadelphia 7; Chicago 10. Cincinnati 7; New Vork 3. Rrooklyn 1; St. Louis 7, Pittsburg ". American Roston 12, New York C; Philadelphia 12. Washington 2: Chica go 10, Cleveland Detroit 4, St. Louis S. Rcom Yesterday In Dlflr Lmfarik National Cincinnati 12. Chicago 3; Rrooklyn H, Roston 1; St. Louis G. Pittsburg American Cleveland 5, Chicago 0; St. Louis 13, Detroit 2. Notes of the Game. Lakaff pitched the entire nine in nings for Kock Island yesterday. Hughes was on the slab for the isitors until the fifth, when he was relieved by MeKenna, one of the num erous t wirier candidates t hat have been called in by Manager Hayes. Shields, who played second for Kock Island yesterday, has a flowing shock of hair of the Italian sunset hue. lLigernian. the local pitcher, was chosen as umpire yesterday, but he quit in the fourth inning owing to a dispute by Manager Tuornton of one of his decisions. Wilder, the Daven port catcher was at bat. He tried his third bunt, and tinder the rules should have Ix'en retired. Hagerman held otherwise, ami- when Manager Thorn ton protested he played the baby act. Luntlin. for Kock Island, and Scott, for Davenport, finished the game as umpires. Davenport won Saturday's game at (irinnell with the college boys 4 to 1. In the case of a Davenport paper that posted bulletins in Kock Island yesterday afternoon that Davenport hat! won the game with Kock Island, it i highly probable that the wish was father to the thought. Manager Thornton and 17 of the men he has signetl for Rock Island left this morning for Iowa City, where the week will be spent in practice Sarsaparilla Over 60 years oldl Think of it! Honesty, merit, power to cure, these are the reasons. Ask your doctor. iZi&ttL: Ba.ll Team. for name is. HAVE MUCH TO DO Swedish Lutheran Conference at Galesburg Will Attend to Business SEVERAL HOUES OF EACH DAY Rock Islander Take Prominent rait In the Program of the Sesaion. So much business will come before the Illinois onfersiu-e if Augustana synud at its sessions in (ia'esburg in May that all the time between 0 and 12 a. m. and 3 and 5 p. m. each day will be given over to business matters. The Illinois conference comprises the states of Illinois, Michigan. Indiana and western Wisconsin. In the con ference are 110 pastors, l'Jo congrega tions and 36,(HK) cominunieunt mem bers. All the pastors of the confer ence are expected to attentl if possi ble, an:l each church is entitled to one lay delegate. The following is the program that has been arangitl but it is subject to change, as some who are down have not yet answered whether they can be present to take part or not: WedoeadaT M 7:30 p. m. Sermon. President C. A. Hemborg, of Moline. Thunulay, Mar S. 2 p. m. Sermon. ".Self Sacrificing Love Conquers All." Rev. .1. M. Lon- of Porter, Ind. Tr' O p. m. i-ermon on Foreign Mis- i- n : r. V . Ilenseen. am! on Home "'" . !v Rev. M. Xovd. f Chicago. l1. :T 0 : r:r n "All Men Have a . . i. e .1 I'ght. f rig!,! and wrong in ua What is the significance -f being faithful to that light?" Dr. P. f-'ors . ( f Chicago. ' - .. : erl concert at w hich the i .':' v ' n'e chorus, the church choir . .'"-- !iil':i K. loir wiil sing. Rr. i:' .. ! eg . "II delivs-r an address on the subject "Finkin ! and Her Crcaiest Poet." sturtH; My 7. 2 p. m. Sermon, "Is it doubt or indif ference for divine truth that accounts for the languishing spiritual life of today?" Kev. A. I. Sater, of Ros si mer, Mich. :?A) p. ni. "The New Testament Sabbath," Dr. L. (i. Abrahamson. of Chicago; and the "Lord's Invitation, Come an:l Rest." by Kev. K. O.l.-aac-son, of Ishpeming. Mich. Sunday's Program. 10:30 a. in. Kegular morning ser vices with holv communioii and ser mon by Dr. N. Forsander, tif theologi cal seminary, of Kock Island, and a sermon, l'raver in Christ s .Name. In" Kev. C.'K. Lindberg. of Kock Islaiul. At the Swedish Lutheran church at the same time will be a sermon bv Dr. C. A. Fvald. of Chicago. 3 p. in. Ser:ces for the Sunday schools at both the Lutheran church, and at Klim chapel, with short address by several pastors. 7:3() p. in. Fnglish service at the Lutheran church with sermons, "The Croat Message," by Kev. C. K. HofT sten. tif Kock Island, antl "Hearing and Doing,' by Kev. A. llult. of Chi cago. There will 1m preaching at the Swedish Methodist church by Kev. N. 1. Sjostrom. of Kockford and at Klin; chapel by (I. K. Stark, of Kvanston. Monday. 7:.".0 p. in. Luther league evening. Address. "The Influence of the Luther League Upon Our ("hurch," by Rev. A. Oston. of Aurora, the president of the Fox River Luther league. Address in Knglish. "A Successful Luther league," by Kev. C. Christen son. tif (ienevn. president f the fctate Luther league. Tuesday Evening. . Closing exercises "No One Takcth Your .loy P'rom You." Rev. J. T. Olan der, of Muskegon. Mich. Senium. "I'nder the RIessed Hands of .lesiis," Kev. C. J. Youngberg, of Manistee, Mich. with the university team. Next Sun day Kock Island and Davenport meet again, playing on the grounds over the river. Louis Livingston, one of the candi dates for first base, was given his re lease yesterday at his own request. He was on the team for a time lust season, spending the winter in the city. He hoos to get in condition with the warming up of the weather. Keokuk won from Kock Island Sat urday afternoon 10 to h. The, lowans made nearly all their runs on errors. The Davenport Vales came over Sat urday afteriUMin for a game at the Twelfth street park with a team made up of the players who had been left behind in the Keokuk trip, .with ama teurs as fillers. Davenport won 3 to 1. ('Tomer, another of the catchers signed by the local management, ar rived Saturday. Mrs. ( harnier, wife of the Rock Isl and left fielder, has joined her hus band in the city. The Kock Island Rig .loes defeated .he team of Sacred Heart school. Dav enport, by a score of IS to '.. Fox and Tensen comprised the battery for the winners and Sterling and ('oar!, Mar tin and Brown for the losers. Peachie (iraham sjient Sunday in the city. He leaves tonight for Col orado Springs, with which team he has. t-igned to play. The (Sreenbush team defeated the W inners Saturday afternoon 53 to 14. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates, and will not constipate like nearly all other cough medicines. Ke f use substitutes. All druggists. Correct Spring Clot - A 0"m'" v. ;:.$f- 0Pmeni rau vy- Kuh, Nathan ft Fischer U Itemeyer Y'.'yL 7 E V E JV Naming Ba.li Team. i im- vote in the contest for naming the Kock Island Three-Rye league baseball team at noon today stood at follows: Thornton's Colts 35'J Klack Hawks 1 Kocks (5 '1 horntoiiiaus '& Kxeelsiois t Cubs Islanders IS Superbas 1" Cyclones R Koiki.-lito 11 Rrav es Rockets T Arsenals 7 Pilots 7 Sextons 5 Thorntonites 4 Willows 4 Kailroaacrs 4 Centrals 3 Smokers 3 Kibs 3 Section Hands 3 Rockies 3 Hopefuls Trainmen 2 Klks 2 Wtiodmen 2 Kock Island Fivers 2 Maples 1 Cj'etlings 1 Robinson Crusoes 1 Colts 1 Rockt horns 0 Favorites 0 Winners 0 Sawdust ers 0 Thorns 0 Hi ions 0 Rockers 0 Grasshoppers 0 Gingers 0 Mixers 0 Dwarfs 0 Prescotts ( Rappers n Anchors 0 Rices 0 Thornton Hotfoots 0 Flagmen " Kindergartens 0 lustlers 0 Rivals 0 All Stars 0 Winners 0 Stars 0 WoodpecKers 0 Rutterflies : Red Caps 0 Hickorys 0 Midgets 0 Chubs 0 Sandburrs 0 Recruits 0 Grays 0 The blank ballot to be filled out and voted in the contest will be found at the bottom of page seven. 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