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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1904.
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bination or style desired. We
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LOSE PAIR TO SOX
UioiKfr Nlcol Encounters L4tUe
Hard Lack in Game on Visit
to Old Stamping Groaad.
BAKER TURNS TRICK AGAIN
Ten of the Visitors are Fanned by the
Little Twirler Saturday the
Rorrkford, Aug. 15. Baker pitched
winning ball and was strone in tieht
places. Lund in was hit when men
Acre on bases. Rockford has released
Catcher Tom Starke to Ixs Angeles.
ROCKFORD. rt. II. PO.A. E.
Davidson. If 0 0 1 0 0
Dcster, 3b 2 3 2 0 1
Aleck, c 0 2
Cameron, lb 0 0
3 hour, rf 0 2
Jraham. 2b 0 1
Nichol. cf 1 1
O'Brien, ss i 0
3akcr, p 1 0
0 0 0
n - ,
Totals 5 9 27 12 3
rock isi wn n n pn a k
Thornton, cf 1 1 t 1 fl
Sweeney, na 0 0 1
n 1 .1 1
IJsicr, lb 1 2 12
Carlisle, If 0 1 1
Miller. 2b 0 0
Vandine. : 0 0
Hupp, rf 0 1
Check, c 1 0
Lundin, p 0 0
Score by innings:
3 5 21 18 1
Rockford 10130000 3
Rock Island 0 0 0 I 0 1 1 0 03
Summary: Two base hit Meek
Three base hit Dexter. Bases on
balls Off Baker, 3; of Lundin, 1.
Struck out - By Baker. 10; by Lundin,
I. Passed ball Meek. Cheek. Umpire
Liebhardt. Attendance 1,700.
Timely HlfllnK Win Saturdny
Rockford, Aug. 15. Opportune hit
ting and daring base running won the
game Saturday for Rock Island. Hag
erinan was effective with men on base.
R. II. PO.A. E.
Dexter. 3b 0
Meek, c ..
Sliour, rf .
2 7 27 1G 2
R. II. PO.A. E.
Thornton, cf 2 2 2 1
Sweeney, ss 0 0 1 4
Lister, lb 0 0 8 0
Carlisle. If 1 1 3 0
Miller, 2b 0 1 0 4
Vandine. 3b 0 1 0 2
Hupp, rf 0 l it u
Cheek, c o 1 7 o
Hagerman, p 1 1 0 0
Score by innings:
4 8 27 11
Rockford looooooi o 2
Rock Island 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 I 04
Summary: Two base hits Camer
on. Meek. Three base hits Meek,
Starke, Thornton. Bases on ball:
Off Graham, 1 ; off Hagerman.
Struck out By Graham. 5; by Hager
man. 3. l)ouble plays Shour-Starke-
O'BrU-n. Miller-Sweeney-Lister, Cam
eron O'Brien - Starke, Miller - Lister.
Tinii l:2f. Umpire Needham. At
I THE THEATRE
The Van Dyke & Eaton company,
which opened a week's engagement at
the Illinois last night, presenting "In
the Far East," proved popular with
a good audience. The company has a
number of specialties, introducing be
tween the acts "Rouelette in hoop
rolling. Willard Foster in illustrated
songs. McCoy and Jackson in novelty
musical act and Fred Langley. who!
knows how to dance. "Carmen" willldinere, lamp, mosquito bar. pair of
be presented tonight and ladies will
be admitted free with tickets pur -
chased before 7 p. m.
San Francisco. Cal.. Aug. 15. It has
just become known here that
bourne McDowell, the tragedian, re-
cently married a young San Francisco
girl. Bertha Woodin. who was stage
struck. She fell in love with him while
he was playing in Sardou roles. He I
promised to teach her dramatic art
and today they will leave for Portland.
Ore., where McIowcll opens in "Cleo-lany
patra." McDowell's latest exploit here
was to write a letter to the coroner I
saying his dead body would be found
at a specified address. This followed
the collapse of his company. j
New 'Vork. Aug. 15. Henry Clay
Barnabeo Is going into vaudeville with
Agnes Ka ine Brown, also of "The Bos-1
tonians." He will appear in a 30-min-
ute musical sketch at one of the Proc-1
tor houses about the middle of Sep-1
t ember. Campbell TVwiald. another
rtcruit from "The Bostonians." and
Meta Carson will also have parts in
the sketch. I
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M'iis uuxvu roiinns i ne lorra.
mi- i ne orain ana irom weak-
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,o ,H.er. i?hiS niii tiouisier s
tea or tablets. T. H. Thomas" pharmacy.
1 dust from diamond.
This is an off day in the league.
Rock Island opens at Dubuque tomor-
Red Morton, a northern league pitch
er, has been signed by Springfield.
Brittsen has been sent home by Don-
Prpsiilont Afiller nf riloomf n2-tnn
has received a draft for $500 from
President Dreyfuss. of the Pittsburg
team, for the sale of Harry Cassady.
The Rock Island stove polishers de-
feated Will Broderick's team yester-
dav in a hard fought game by a score
ui it (u i ne ieaiure was me pn.cn-
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ing oy Mcwanon.
In a game between Kewanoc and
the Oak Leaves yesterday three for
mer iiock inland players were n the
Kewanee lineup. Pitcher Kranz.
Shortstop Rebscher and Catcher
Smith. Kewanee won 7 to 3.
President Charles Miller gives the
credit for the sale of Cassady to Man
aRpr Donnelly, of Springfield. He was
lasKCd ior a goon outueider, but stated
j mat ne nan none to spare, but reconi
I mended Cassady, of Bloomington
The man Huston, who was arrested
in Davenport yesterday is the party
I iuaue iiuijj:u onnoxious in me
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0 1 loi.iim feiaiiu fiaiiu me ctm"S
T).l, f.tnnj n .1 .. . -I . 1
i) jst prior to the Springfield series by
0 his comments on the Rock Island play
0 I ers-
... . . . . .
0 nans agner aroppea into tiioom-
0 uigMMi irom tvochiora ann was prompt-
signen ana sent on to UUblique to
join the Kloommgton team. He will
nlnV rif'flf fiolrl roliovintr 1j-1iti K'nnhlr
pid ngiii ne, relieving ,ioiin ivoenier.
wno was tnought too weak with the
Greensburg, Ind., Aug. 15. Johnnie
McCord, who has been playing with
independent teams since his refusal
last year to pay fines assessed
against him by the Ixjuisville team.
has received notice that his fines have
been remitted and he has been chosen
for a place on the Kansas City Amer
ican association team. He will join
Another siege of umpiritus at Rock
ford. Even the papers of the Sox city
condemn the work of Needham in Fri
day's game. They state openly that
Rock Island had 10 men to play
against. Yesterday Needham did not
show up and Pitcher Liebhardt served.
It is strange, indeed, with the hun
dreds of competent men there are said
to be over the country that President
Holland can not find four to serve the
The Independents went to Grand
Isle yesterday afternoon to meet a
team styling itself the Grand Islands.
The boys from this city were given
to understand that they were to be
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telr' monev'thev'rha ,h "
sou. during which they have not lost
a game. This proved to be a false
alarm, however, the Independents pdt
iiuk it over tne uranu isles bv a
score of 22 to 1. The Independents
made 15 runs in one inninc.
Terre Haute. Ind.. Anc. 15. Mana
team is here, has signed Al Wilmot ol
the Mount Vernon, Ohio independent
team to pitch, which gave rise to the
story that Wilmot was to be mana
ger. W Hmot is to report in a few
days. Pitcher "Dusty" Miller has been
released by Evansville for indifferent
playing. Wheeling has a scare thai
it will be dropped from the leajiue
arguing that President Smith of Terre
Haute and President Mautner of Fori
Wayne, having become interested in
tho Evansville club, will join Bement
in eeftine rid of tho West Virginia
Smith anrt Ma..n.r hnlh .v
they have no interest in Evansville.
1 Cairo (111.) Bulletin: By knocking
the ball over the fence recently Pitch-
er Holycross. the iron man of the K.
II. T. league, received in presents from
I enterprising Paducah firms the follow-
ing: A keg of beer, a gallon of ice
cream, keg of pickled tripe, a box of
cream chocolates. $2.50 in cash, a jar-
shoes, an S' karat solitiare diamond
ring from Uncle Ikey Cohen, who now
Ihas safely reposing in his strong box.
since Cairo won Sunday, all the Pa
ducah spoils' jewelrv. two tons of soft
Mel-lcoal. an annual pass on the ferry boat.
Betty Owen, three squares at the Pal
mer house, season ticket at the Ken -
lucky, clothes basket, ironing board.
and a set of Mrs. Potts' sad irons, etc.,
How cordially Davenport despises
player who ever wore a Rock Isl-
and uniform Is not evidenced alone in
the case of Donnellv. who was shame-1
fully treated by the audience at the
kame on the other pide of the river
yesterday, but the story is related of
a Davenport traveling salesman who
was starting to attend an American I
association game In a town where he I
was stopping, when he suddenly no-
Diced the name of Guv Dickev. That
was enough. He did not attend the I
game. Dickey, you will remember, was I
a former star first baseman here. And I
in this connection it might be stated
that Barney Dreyfuss. of the Pitts-1
burg Nationals, has made an offer to I
InrManannlis for him nipLi m, I
, tho hali he,,-. fhan K.
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fieldine is the sontion f
can associatinn this season.
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All the news
all the time THE
IS NEAR TO A RIOT
Uaoager Donoellj Abased la Dls-i
jeraaefal Fashion Daring Game
on Davenport Ball Gronnds.
NO EFFORT TO SUPPRESS IT
Policeman Refuses to Arrest One of j
Leaders, Who is Pointed Out
Davenport nearly had a riot on her
I hands at the baseball park yesterday
1 . . - ... . r i 1
aiipmoon as a resuu in uisgrareiui
afternoon as a result or a disgraceful
I attack on r rank iHinneuy. manager 1
or tne spnngneid team, who was re
I fused police protection against in-
- j suits hurled at him from the both
bleachers and grandstand. ine re-
I marks were insulting not alone to
I Donnelly, but to every lady and gen-
tleman in the park.
Probably, never before in the his
j rorv of a Three Eye league same was
- 1 there witnessed such a scandalous
spectacle. Donnelly's only offense, it
J appears, is having served as mana
- lgcr of the Rock Island team last sea
son. when Davenport received eigh
teen straight defeats at his hands.
Ilrraka Out Saturday.
Saturday the bleacher crowd em
plovod the vilest epithets in
abusing Donnelly. He called the at
iention of Capt. Williams and of the
- 1 :wlir:e. He said he did not mind fun
I He could stand all tho joshers there
Davenport, but the filthy re
mark8 that wcre passing from the
bicaohers directed at him and his men
hpvrnf1 human toWanrn. Th
poiiccman said that he was powerless
I . . . ...
to jnterfcrc w;th a croW(i t;,at was
frvin!j. ,n onlr,v itsPif at a b.nll amo
lforr 1 1 li o rrt f hAUfiuor i i A ini.
v . . n iiuaiuc, n v. i v i , iis ilium
fest some sense of decency, and made
I an effort to stop the vulgarity, but!
it ceased temporary only.
Sonic of the A nine I urd.
Yesterday, seeing that they were
to be backed up by the police author
ities, the rowdy element grew bolder,
rind from the beginning to the end of
the game the tirade continued. "Dog,"
'cur,' fido," "yellow puppie" were
a few of the choicest names that were
applied to Donnelly from the grand
stand, which was nearly half filled by
ladies. Donnelly stood in front of
the grandstand and asked one of the
leaders to speak up so that he would
be known if seen again. He respond
ed, whereupon the Springfield mana
ger called an officer and demanded
that that the fellow be arrested. Tho
policeman refused. He said he had
no authority. Then the crowd became
more ugly than ever, and as the game
ended was in a frenzy of excitement,
hundreds gathering about the visiting
players apparently intent on smearing
the first one who opened his head.
Huston Una Gui on Hint.
II. F. Huston, a young fellow with
I hoans of monev who-follows the
Springfield team over the circuit, was
' se"e i 1 iaKe a S"n OUl OI niS gnp
and was arrested. Score of the game:
DAVENPORT, R. H. PO.A. E.
0 0 2 0
2 12 0 0
3 2 0 0
2 0 0 0
1 G 0 0
2 15 0
jacoDS, ss i
dWa,m- " 1
I Alperman, 3b 0
I -: 1 1 :
Deller, p . .
Totals 8 13 27 1
SPRINGFIELD, R. H. PO.A. E.
Durkee, ss 0 0 1
Donnelly, cf 2 1 1
Lippert. rf 1 3 3
Wright, lb u 2 8
caffryn, If 0 1 3
Latinier, c 0 1
Ebright. 2b 0 1
Hankey, 3b 0 1
Brittsen. p 0 o
Totals 3 10 24 14
Score by Innings:
Davenport 0 0 00001 1 8
Springfield 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 03
Summary: Stolen bases Lippert.
Williams. Two base hits Alperman,
I-'PPert. Double play Williams to
Jacobs. Bases on balls Off Deller,
!; off Brittsen, 2. Struck out By Del-
ler. 4; by Brittsen. 2. Time of game
1:55. Umpire Milan.
iinanir Are xhnt Oni.
Cedar Rapids, Aug. 15. Gruebner's
double. McFarland's single, and Swa-
I cina's long fly gave Decatur one score
I Gruebner s home run. scoring Purtell
hit by a pitched ball, gave them two
1 more. The locals could not hit Ed
I wards. The score:
CEDAR RAPIDS, R. if. PO.A. E.
Ball. 2b n
Davis. If o
I Brown, lb
I Dahlquist. rf
I Gill, p q
Totals 0 4 27 15 1
DECATUR, R. H. POA. E
Purtell. 3b l
Gruebner. ss 2
McFarland. rf 0
H- Walters. If
R- Walters. 2b
6 27 8 0
Score by innings:
Cedar Rapids ooooonnno n
Decatur 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 j
summary: stolen bases Ball.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
p. TV. U. Tct.
Sprlnfffield 91 56 35 .15
Cedar Rapids 98 5 - .571
Dubuque 99 55 4 4 .558
Bloomington 95 47 48 .495
Rock Island 95 45 50 .474
Decatur ..95 43 52 .453
Davenport 98 44 54 .449
Rockford 100 39 61 .390
Sew York 57
St. I.outs 3
New York 69
St. Louis 5ft
BESll.TS KHTKH DA V.
Boston 5; Chlcagro. 2.
New York 2; St. Liouts. 1.
St. Paul, 3: Columbus. 1 (17 Inninps).
I,outsviHe. 6; Kansas City. 7 tflrst
- 1 fame).
Louisville, 6; Kansas City. 2 (second
Milwaukee, 10; Toledo. 1 (first game).
Milwaukee, 0; Toledo. 6 (second
Sioux City, 2; Omaha. 7 (first game).
Sioux City, 0; Omaha, 2 (second
St. Joseph, S; Des Moines. 7 (first
Des Moines, 3; St. Joseph, 0 (second
a me .
De.nrer. 4. Colorado Springs. 5.
Decatur. 3; Cedar Rapids. 0.
Rockford. 5: Rwk Island. 3.
Dubuque, 4; liloomingrtoii, 3.
Davenport, 8; Springfield, 3.
Evansville. 4; South Bend, 0.
Wheeling. 2; Fort Wayne. 3.
Dayton. 7: Marion, 5.
Terre Haute, 3; Grand Rapids, 0.
Burlington. 5: Marshalltown, 3.
Oskaloosa. 8: Boone, 2.
Keokuk. 2; Waterloo, 1.
Ottumwa. 4; Fort PodRp, 1 (first
Ottumwa, 1; Fort Dodge, 2 (second
Himes, Hill. Two base hits Ball.
Gruebner, Edwards. Three base hit
H. Walters. Home run Gruebner.
P-b'e play-Edwards to Kuhn to
Krebs. Struck out Bv Edwards. 9
by Gill. 3. Bases on balls Off Gill,
I; off Edwards, 5. Hit by pitcher By
Gill, -1. Time of game 1:20. Um
pireStuart. Attendance 1,950.
Kleven Innlaga t Dubuque.
Dubuque, Aug. 15. Dubuque won
by good fielding, the game lasting 11
innings, nadley s playing wast great.
Kinsella's support was poor. The
DUBUQUE, R. H. PO.A. E.
.10 2 10
. 0 1 17 1 0
. 0 0 G 1 0
.1 2 2 0 0
0 0 2 1 1
0 10 5 2
113 7 0
0 0 0 2 0
4 G 33 IS 4
R. II. PO.A. E.
113 0 1
0 2 15 1
0 2 2 0 0
0 17 0 1
0 0 10 1
0 0 3 2 1
0 0 14 1 2
1 0 0 0 (i
110 3 0
3 7 31 11 7
0 j Buelow, lb
1 Woolf, c . . .
0 I Cook, p
I Conners If
Hackett. 1 b
I Godwin, cf
J Kane, 3b
Donovan, c 0
j Wagner, rf
Score by innings:
I Dubuque OO200OOO1014
Bloomington 0000 3 0000 0 0 3
Qntuniurv Tim I.iua V ; . ; ., , T
la, Conners. Bases on balls Off Cook
4; oft Kinsella, 4. Struck out By-
Cook. 5; by Kinsella, 12. Umpire
Results of aarta Ganr.
At Dubuque Bloomington. 2-G-4;
ft Dubuque. 3-11-2; batteries. Barker and
nDonovan - Owens and Wolf.
0 At Davenport Springfield. 10-13 2:
A i ifornpon, i-u-.-; Datienes, aieremtn
nand Itimer. Stauffer, Hargroves, Nie-
q luaii aim Williams.
(A At Cedar Rapids Decatur. 1-5-4;
Cedar Rapids. G-7-1 ; batteries. Wei
gand and O'Connor, Fiene and Ludwig.
DeWitt is the Name.
When you go to buy witch hazel
0 salve look for the name DeWitt on
0 every box. The pure, unadulterated
0 witch hazel is used in making De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which is
the best salve in the world for cuts.
burns, bruises, boils, eczema and piles.
The popularity of DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, due to its many cures,
has caused numerous worthless coun-
terfelts to be placed on tho market.
The genuine bears the name E. C. Do-
Witt & Co., Chicago. Sold by all
Cooling to the Body,
Pleasing to the Eye,
Tempting to the Purse.
Ullemeyer & Sterling 's
Outing Mats and Caps,
Trunks and Suit Cases.
Our Prices Always the LOWEST.
We Don't Need the Money, Maybe You Do?
Money loaned on all r.rticles of value. A trial is all we ask. We hate
a few exceptional bargains hi diamonds. pa..n
320 20th St.. 'Phone West 816, 4 rings.
End of Bitter Fight.
"Two physicians had a long and
stubborn fiKht. with an abcess on my
right lung" writes J. F. Hughes of
Du Pont, Ga., "and gave me up. Ev
erybody thought my time had come.
As a last resort I tried Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. The
benefit I received was striking and I
was on my feet in a few days. Now
I've entirely regained my health." It
conquers all coushs, colds and throat
and lung troubles. Guaranteed by
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store. Price
60c, and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
OlUlCTION CHAMBCRUN.KINPT ACOriPANV.
Klglit M(ch(N CoiiiiiicnrlBif
Sunday Aug. 14.
Van Dyke & tafon Co.
Sunriny "In the For Kast."
!lomliy "(': i men."
Tnrmlnj "Tho Two Orphans."
Vrilnrtny "Janios Hoys In Mis-sourl.V-
Thnndnj "Ka list."
Krldny "Across th- t.p"rt."
Sntnrrtn j "1 r. Jokyll nn1 Mr. If yd."
Sundny "ftonieo and Juliet."
Special Features Between Acts.
Itu!r((t- lOxprrt Hoop ItolllnK.
William KoHtcr lllitntratril Snngi.,
IJmnl. Jnrkiinn Conn Nn.
Mrf'oj- A JiK'knon Moalrul Aria.
Prices: 10c, 20c and 30c.
Ladies' Bargain tickets will be giv
en for Monday night. Sale opens Satur
day at box office.
IT'S A PLEASURE
a good cigar. If you have not
tried our cigars you have yet to
learn what really good cigars
are never permitted to form a
part of our stock. If you want
something nice in cigars, tobac
co, pipe and smoker's articles,
give us a calL
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Rcanla Blk 170 Mrrom At.
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Armpits and Feet
Non-poisonous, antiseptic and
grmiftde. injriti- and rli-atm
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where. fd'zoii- Is th tx-st
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moH'j'iito IjltfH. hives, Ik-c stinKs,
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lief if thorous-hly rutdjed In
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las ii ein.il. fdoxone rubhed in
the ;irni;Mi rfn-e a il.iy entirely
for mm.i: nv
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
now open at St. Louis. Rt mem
ber llii-;.' All lines of railway
connect direct with the
Time from Peoria only 5 hours.
Time from Chicago only 8 hours.
alwaya apply via the
Ask jour home ticket agent
for tickets over this line
'T?e Ontyr Way."
A. 0. ROBINSON, General Agent.
327 Main Ftrrct,
I'eoria : : : Illinois.
T5he Way to
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Is abb- to take advantage of op
P'Ttunities which are clear out
of reach of the thriftless man.
Start an account at once, a
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