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THE ARGUS, F R 1 DAT, JULY 8 1904.
1822 Third At. Both 'phone.
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Rock Island. II'. 'w
HOME IS NOT SEEN
Rock Island Draws a Row of Blanks
in Opening Game of Series
BATTING EYE STILL ntlSBIHQ
Crror. Alii Ihr Visitor- In "r-nrlin-.
'their Tno Srorrn lnr;
f ihr ..im-.
Eight straight. That's all. Bill Con
ors from Bloomington did it yes
terday. He wouldn't allow us even
me mea ly run. Nothing short of a
row of blanks would satisfy hint. He
aid be would do it. He said he owed
.i to us. because liill la still smarting
over the outcome of the last series
vvith Rock Island down In Bloomer
.ille. He pmsiilitnd it new front at the
pnrfe ystTday afternoon, having ap
piled the can to a few of his weak
-pots ami switching his players about
so that he has a lineup that is eon
iiderabry altered, and for the better.
liis team played without an error be-
ind Bishop, while Uock Island gave a
u earisome exhibition in the Beld, and
lisplaycd a weakness at the bat that
seems to have taken an epidemical
::: ;i::iniis the members of tho team,
rhe boys have been doing some nice
sorb v.itli the hickory up until the last
seek, and the fans an- living in hope
bat they will gel their lamps focused
lore they pass Kockford in the race
'or the bottom of the percentage col
imn. I ii c: t i ii III Winning I'lirm.
Lam din showed winning shape and
would have pulled out his
game had the players behind
tint not been so badly off color in
heir efforts to locate the ball, it was
i cheerless day. the sun never once
souring out with a full smile at the
tark during the game, and this Bright
tave had something to do with the
result. The afternoon threatened rain
ind there was abOUl the smallest at-
endance or the season. Those who
rcre on hand lost interest because of
i lack of ginger in both teams and oc
cupied themselves eating popcorn and
Beardsley, your old friond who has
n gaining notoriety oa the circuit
or what be does not know about
he game, was on deck again, and
from all indications there baa no' been
my Improvement since his Introduc
ion on the Rock Island ground ; sev
eral week:- ago. His d cislons OO balls
and strikes were, as usual, unfair to
)oth sides, but if anything, he favored
latt.ra -r- In TW. InafttST.
Bloonringtoa scored in tho second
and third innings, in the second the
run came on a pstss to tfsckett, who
was advanced by Godwin's sacrifice,
and completed the circuit on Kane's
Single. The other was registered by
lb rbert, who drew a br.se hit. wont to
second while Conners was retiring on
a grounder to short, and came home
when Caaaady knocked a warm liner
0 Blnkey at short. Robert
ion was substituted at short in the
fourth inning, but he had about as
hard time trying to hold rollers as
Blnkey had. making two errors.
t, seals Da Not - Third.
Rock inland did not get a man past
ucond base. Here is the story: In
he first inning Thornton went out
ihort to first. Miller singled, vvas
aught off tits', and I. ally flew to third.
Second inning: Vsndine hit. McDon
itigfa struck out. Blnkey got on through
1 fielder's choice. Van got out short to
e und. and Hagerman Hew- to Herbert.
Third Inning: Convoy drew a walk.
Lundin fanned, Thornton grounded to
Herbert and Conroy was tagged at
Beood. Miller put one into the fame
pocket and Thornton died after
'he fashion that Conroy did. Fourth
'nning: Lally vvas hit on the arm. and
raa out at second when Vandinc roii-
d to firs!. llcDonoUgh again missed
hree and Hagerman Bled to Caaaady.
Fifth Inning: Conroy fanned. Lundin
tit for a base. Thornton fallowed suit.
Miller Hied to Godwin, and Thornton
vas pegged at second when LaRy
mutinied to Kane. Sixth inning: Van
line dropped one into the mitts of Con
ters. McDonough ro!!el lo short. Rob
rtsou singled ami Hagerman went
tit on an easy one to Hackett. Sev
ntb inning: Conroy expired third to
irt. Lundin Bed to Conner s, and
rborntou was retired en a bounder to
I l p In l.imt Two Inntnc
Eighth inning: Miller grounded
o Bishop, and was thrown out at
irst. l.aMy vvas thrown ont by Kruger
ind Vandinc Hied to Cassady. Ninth
inning: McDonough fried to Conner-;.
Smith, batting for Robertson, dropped
into the arms of Herbert, an. I Hager
man :ok the same re:
to. Tha: was
R H PO A. E.
11 1 2 I' 0
8 14 4 8
ii ii 1 ii ii
I 1 ' 3
II o 5 8
0 0 3 2 2
1) fi 9 0 1
0 0 3 0 0
alL Here is the score:
ROCK ISLAND. AH
Thornton, cf I
Miller. 2b I
Lally, rf I
Vandinc. 3b 4
Mrlvmongh. c 4
"Robertson, an 3
Blakey. ss 1
HageiBsan, lb 4
Conroy, If 2
the irritation, heals the bruised membranes. Your doctor
Lundin, p 3 0 1 0 1 0
Totals 33 0 B 27 11 5
-5p"th hatred for Porrt'-n in the
BLOOMINGTON, A.B. R. H. P. A. E.
Kruger. ss 5 0 2 3 4 0
Herbert, 2b 5 1 2 5 3 0
Conners. If 4 0 0 3 0 0
Cassady. rf 4 0 1 2 0 0
Hackett. lb 3 1 0 S 1 n
Godwin, cf 3 0 1 1 0 0
Kane. :ib 4 1 1 2
Donovan, C; . , 1 ' 4 0
Bishop, p .'. . 4 0 0 2 it
Totals 30 2 T 27 12 0
Score iy innings:
Rock Island .... 0 0
Bloomington I11MMI W 2
Bases on balls Lundin. 2; Bishop. 1.
Struck out Lundin. 4: Bishop, 4.
Double play Robertson Miller-Ilagcr
man. Hit by pitcher Lally. Passed
ball Donovan. Time 1:30. Umpire
STANDING OF CLUBS.
THBEE-ETE LEAOI E.
P. W. L. Pet.
Springfield 55 3 17 .,91
Cedar Rapids 62 36 26 .581
Dubuque 62 32 30 ..",16
Bloomington CO 29 3.1 .483
Davenport 62 88 33 .488
Decatur 28 3,2 .448
Rock Island 5S 25 33 131
Kockford 60 24 3,7 .393
W. L. Pet.
Rotton 43 22 .662
New York 4t 21 .625
Chicago 40 2S .5XS
Cleveland 33 27 .550
Philadelphia 32 31 .508
St. Louis 27 3,1 .413
Detroit 27 36 .429
Washington 11 51 .177
W. L. Pet
New York II 17 .742
Chicago 38 26 .593
Cincinnati 3,6 27 .571
Pittsburg 35 28 .-".17
St. Louis 33. 3 JS18
Brooklyn 2 42 .408
Boston 26 42 .3.S2
Philadelphia 16 17 .254
1 BSTEnDAVS RESULTS.
Chicago, l : St. Louis, n.
Boston, 1; New York. 1.
Cleveland. 1: Detroit. 2.
AMERICAN -SS tCIATION.
Columbus. 0; St. Paul. 6.
Louisville. 3; Minneapolis, 2.
Milwaukee, J; Toledo, 0; fust game.
Milwaukee, I; Toledo. 1: second
Colorado Springs. 7: Denver, 1.
Uock island. 0; Bloomington, 2.
Davenport, 1; Cedar Rapids, ; for
feited. Springfield, B; Decatur. I.
Dubuque, ; Rockford,
Torre Haute 1. Peoria 0.
Kvansville 1. Fort Wayne 5.
Dayton 2. South Bend l.
Burlington .:. Keokuk 0.
FLYING ROLLERS ARE BERE.
PREACH ETERNAL LIFE
A traveling band from the headquar
ters at Benton Harbor. Mich., of a new
seei known as "The Flying Rollers."
has reached Rock island. Meetings af
ternoon and evening are held. This
afternoon they held forth on Market
square here, this evening they are to
be in Moline. and tomorrow afternoon
and nicht they will appear again on
Market square in this city.
Eternal life without death is the be
lief of this sect, and it is said they
have been winning many converts in
the towns in which they have been
preaching their doctrine. They dis
tribute among their hearers copies of
their official publication, of which
Mary and Benjamin are the editors.
It is "volume one. number 5, Jerusa
lem, 12th month of the first year of
the new creation.
C. J. LARKIN IS ELECTED
DIRECTOR OF THE CLUB
Charles J. I.arkin last evening was
elected a member of the board of
directors of the Rock Island Club to
fill the vacancy caused by the resig
nation of 1". A. Head. The directors
a!-o vot. i to discontinue the member
ship meet in.-:: during July and August
and to have lawn concerts every Sat
arday evening from 8 ro 12 o'clock
through the slimmer season. The first
concert will tie given tomorrow even
ing, and the nietnlwrs. their ladies and
friendf are invited to be present.
CHAMPIONS TO BOX TONIGHT
"Fitz" and O'Brien Will Go Six Rounds
Philadelphia, July 8. Robert F'--simmons.
lifrht heavyweight champi.-.i
of the world, and Jack O'Brien, the
middle and heavy weight champion of
England, will meet in the roped arena
at the Philadelphia ball park tonight.
It ohould be a fierce, whirling, slash
ing i oiliest, and one of the most scien
ti1 rv r wittier-, ed in this or any oth
It tells of inflammation in the
throat, bronchial tubes, or lungs.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral quiets
BUNNIES IN HUFF
Fall Out With Umpire Weidenbacher
at Davenport and Leave Field
in Seventh Inning.
SEVERAL FLAYERS ARE FINED
It. rt. Rrnovril I'rom the Ki.-M Thr
;nmr I Drrlnrrd l'.r
Yesterday's game at Davenport
broke up in a riot and the game was
forfeited to Davenport by the score of
V to 0. The game throughout was full
of dramatic incidents and the climax
was not unexpected by the few hun
dr d fans who gathered at the ball
park. From the very jump eft there
was trouble brewing.
The first outbreak occurred when
Ives made the first run for Davenport
in the first inning. The decision vvas
necessarily a close otie.it being a ques
tion as to whether or not Ludwig had
tagged the runner with the ball. The
umpire decided that he had not suc
ceeded in tagping Ives. Ludwig main
tained that he had tapced the runner,
and when the umpire, Weidenbacher,
refused to alter his decision. Ludwig
clenched his fists and threatened to
slug Weidenbacher. He was given a
fine of $5.
('mite of tkf I)IhimO .
In the fourth inning the real trouble
commenced. Durkee went out on a fly
lo Ives. Davis found the- t ail for a safe
single and got to second on a passed
ball by Williams. Hupp was safe on
lirst on an error by Alperman, who
failed to hold the ball. Then Himes
knocked an infield By to Crockett,
which Davy failed to hold, bin under
the rules Himes was out. Davis start
ed to run to third and the ball was
picked up by Deller and fielded to Al
perman. then Davis started back for
aeeond and was put out from Alper
man to Dunne.
Belden Hill disputed the decision
of Weidenbacher on the put out.-, and
in the course of the argument is sa'd
to have used profane language. Weid
enbacher lined him $", and when ni
si ill continued the argument, called a
policeman and Hill was taken from
Berte Pal out ln.
Himes was taken from center field
and put in Hill's place at first, while
rlolmes was sent to center. In the last
if the seventh Holmes was takl D from
inter ami (Jill was put in his place,
"his used up all of the men that Cedar
Rapida had at the grounds. Conse
quently, when Berte was ordered from
I be game by Weidenbacher for nag
ami making fun of him. the vls
itors did not have anyone to put in his
place. Under the rules, a player who
has beep in the game already and tak
1 11 out cannot play again in the same
Alter much argument back ami forth
and many sideplays on the part of Ce
lar Rapids, the umpire called "Play.
!f the team fails to respond within one
n haute after the call to play by the
imp! re, the game is forfeited, accord
ng to the rules. Accordingly, afu r the
lapse of a minute .the umpire declared
the game forfeited to Davenport by
! he score of ! to o.
DAVENPORT, R. H. PO.A. E.
Ruby, If 11 11 ( 0 0
Ives, cf 2 1 ii o
Crockett, lb o in 1 11
facohs. ss 0 i' u 1 0
Swalni. rf u 0 1 ' 0
Alperman, 3b 0 3 5 1
Williams, q o 1 4 0
Dunne. 2b 11 o 1 1 u
Deller. p n 0 n 4 0
2 1 21 12 1
CEDAR RAPIDS, R, H. PO.A. E.
Durkee. 3b 0 11 1 4 1
Davis. If 11 l l (1 n
Hupp, rf 11 11 11 0 2
Himes. cf lb 11 0 7 0 0
Ball. 2b 11 11 11 4 n
Hill, lb 11 o !i (i 11
Holmes, cf 11 11 11 11 11
Berte, ss II 1 1 1 0
Ludwig, c 11 n i ii
Moore, p 0 " 0 4 0
Totals 11 818 13, 3,
"One out when Karne was called.
Score by innings:
Davenport 1 0 0 001 2
Cedar Rapids 00 000 0 0 0
Summary: Stolen bases Ives. Dav
is. louble plays Crockett to Deller
to Alperman to Dunne. Durkee to
Himes. Bases on balls Off Moore. 2.
Hi: by pitcher Davis. Holm I. Struck
out By Deller, 4. Time of name
1 :25. Dmplre Weidi rbacher.
Ntrrlr Too Mui-h for Hoekforil.
Dubuque. July S.--Rockf'rd could
no nothing with Steele, who pitched
fine ball, while Dubuque hit with mea
on bases. The score:
Tbiery, rf .
Reagan, cf .
Hadley. ss . .
3 0 0
Totals , 3 0 2714 2
ROCKFORD. R. H. PO.A E
Davidson. If n g 4 0 0
Starke, c 0 1 5 2 0
Meek, lb ft 2 7 0
Shour. 3b 11 1 1 1 0
Graham, cf 11 1 1 0 0
O Brien. 2b 11 o 2 6 0
Schoonhoven, ss 0 0 2 2 1
0 0 10 0
0 0 1 3 0
Totals 0 5 2! 13 1
Score by innings:
Duhuque 20000 rt 10 3
Rockford 0000 00000 0
Summary: Two base hit Hadley.
Three base hit Buelow. Bases on
balls Off Jaeger. 2: off Steele. 4.
Struck out By Jaeger. 3: by Steele,
t:. I'mpire Milan.
Senate W is Sr en Strnlfsht.
Springfield. JurySS Decatur. iow
erless before Schneiberg's pitching,
came near being shut out. Springiicdd
has now won seven straight from De
catur. The score:
SPRINGFIELD, R. II. P. A. E
Lippert, rf 11 1 2 0
Donnelly, cf 0 2 9 9 9
Wright, lb ii 2 8 0
Caffryn. If 0 2 0
Hankey. 3b 1 0 2 3 8
Smith, c 1 2 1 0
Neat, ss 1 2 3 1 n
Ebright. 2h 1 1 1 3 n
Schneiberg. p 1 0 9 I 0
Totals 5 10
Jaeger, p .
DECATUR, R. II PO.A. E.
vrebs. 3b 9 1 2 5 2
Sruebner, ss n 1 1 1 1
McFarland. rf 11 n n 11 0
Swaclnn, cf i 2 9 0
tihn. lb n 1 1 1
I. Walters. If 11 1 1 11 11
ft. Walters, 2b 9 1 0 l 0
J'Cnnnor, c ii 1 C 1 0
VVicgand. p 1 1 0 3 0
Totals 1 S 24 12 t
Score by innings:
Springfield 0 2 30 00 0 0 5
Decatur 00000010 0 1
Summary: Stolen bases R. Walt
era, 2. Two base bits Smith, H. Wal
ters, Gruehner. Double play Krebs
'o Knhn. Bases on balls Off Wei
gand, 2. Hit by pitcher By Schnei
berg, 1; by Weigand, 1. Struck put
By Schneiberg. !: by Weigand. 5. Time
1:25. I'mpire Lobeck.
DUST FROM THE DIAMOND.
Decatur comes tomorrow.
We have one below us. Could be
There are others: Decatur has
Iropped seven straight to Springfield.
Decatur is here tomorrow, Sunday
and Monday. Rock Island opens at
Dubuque Wedliesdav .
The teams of the United Presbyter
tin and Christian churches will cross
tats at the Twelfth street park next
Manager Conners thinks he has a
'jrisa in Kin sella, the farmer boy
t wirier. Kinsella is an awkward ap
gearing youth, but those who have
een him work say he has the goods
ijrht along with him all the while.
Ii looked natural to see Jim Ilack
tt in the game. Jim has not been 011
'he local diamond for two years. II"
vas then the star of the pitching staff
or Terra Haute. He was signed by
he St. Louis Nationals, and would
tare been with thai club yet doubt
ess but for an accident thai nearly
ost him the loss of his left eye. He
was in a hospital several months. He
ia gradually regaining the strength of
the optic, and perhaps we will see him
back in the big league again before
long. Jim is holding down first for
the Bloomers, and will pitch in an
emergency. Jack Herbert has been
rnoved from third to second and Jerry
Kane signed for third. 1 lippert and
Glenn have been released.
LL HIS SIX WIVES DIV0RCID
Prisoner Ascribes His Plight to " Ex
San Francisco. July 8. "Excessive
matrimony got me here," declares J.
'. Harvey, who is in the city prison
in a chnrge of sending bad language
through the mail. He has had six
sives, and all have- been divorced and
-'ranted alimony. "There were Min
nie, Jennie, Nora. Katie. Nellie and
Dora," he said. "We were the hun-
tiest couple I mean seven- in Pres
ton. Idaho, where I was editor of the
'as:. Valley News."
May Free Csnvicts.
Lansing. Mich.. July N. William J.
Lambreeht of Detroit was before the
supreme court on a writ of habeas
corpus alleging his sentence to be il
legal. He was sentenced under the
ndetermlnnte act when it was not in
fore". The attorney general contend
ed that the courts should not make a
rencral prison delivery because of the
lack of knowledge of circuit judges of
he principles of the law. The case
involves at least 104.
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called 3:45
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Office Hours S a. in. to ; p. m.
phone We.-t 1514. New Telephone
&e Month of Brides and Hoses
brings with it many pleasant memories, and they will be more pleas
ant it you have been doing your grocery trading at our store. We
not only give you belter, fresher groceries for your money, but WS
gir iiii more ol them, too, than you have been getting elsewhere.
Let us convince you with a trial order.
Fancy dairy butter, per
liray.il Coffee, a''f
per pound A-fcC
V Bars ban la Clans tZg
Anderson's Jams, 3cana ----
i-lb. can Apples, i;
1-pound pkg. scrap 'nar-
10 bars Cudahay's Dia- tZg-
in on, i C soap Jv
Best Granulated "
Sugar, 21 lbs KmJJ
Egg-o-See nnt! Vigor, C
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Standard Tomatoes, "
J CAUL, &C
Standard Corn, C
3 cans -w 'C
New York gallon
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Economy Grocery Co.
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Office hours, 'J . m. till t p.
Economy Dental Parlors I
161C! Second Avenue.
Coat and Pants
Only.tlic Lit ter w it It
Cuff and Belt t raps.
Fabrics arc Light col
ored Home s p 1108,
Cheviots and Flan
nels. Ullemeyer & Sterling's
Outing Coats have
padded s h o n 1 ders
f rout s. I .oi ik at w r
$5, $8.50 and
ROOM M, ROCK ISLAND. II I.. W
and Saturday evenings. Tele H)
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1-lb. package M.JK
3 lb. can Kgg in.r
tjuart bottle Ammonia
2 lb. pkg. Cero-Fruto, Malta-Too
flakes .ind ( era Nut, 2 f!"
Best Patent Flour, cveryfl
sack guaranteed m.9
Unlbm Peaches, ;
per gallon -fci JC
Seeded Laiins, 3 lb.
2 large eakes Ivory C"".
Soap Mi Jt
2 eakes Sapclio 1 C
for I DC
3 ib. can extra fancy C
sliced Pineapples JmtJK
Toothpicks, 3 large l)c
Pur .Maple Syrup,
quart bottle mJC
Yeast Foam, "JT
Shredded Cocoanut, j C
pi und 1C
The people can now have
Bridge WOrk done hi our late
Invention without pain or
grinding of teth; can be re
moved and placed at will, to
be cleaned. We are the onlv
dentists in the rity that do
this work, slh it is our patent
an unproved method. Come
and sec our display ease ft
ork Bndce work $3.00 oer
Itemember the same, it means
m. Sundays it to l.
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