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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1904.
A Good TOOTH BRUSH Is one that lasts, that does not shed its bristles. The lot of brushes just received are that very kind. You will be glad you bought'one. Harper House Pharmacy. H. O. ROLFS. Dispensing Chemist. We fill "phone" orders cheer- 4 fully. NEW HATS NEW HATS NEW HATS KNOX HAWES STETSON Come and see the Correct things for THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME Is when you will appreciate a dish of our ice cream. It Is bo delicious and refreshing that you can easily perceive the pure and wholesome materials thst we use in making It. We are the only people in the city who serve pure Ice cream at our soda fountain. Remember, our glasses and spoons are thor oughly washed after each drink ia served. Math's Fancy Confectionery and Bcvkery. We rae always ready to take your party order for fancy Ice creams and fruit ices. IT'S A PLEASURE TO SMOKE a good cigar. It you have not tried our cigars you hare yet to learn what really good cigars are. Poor Cigars are never permitted to form a part of our stock. It you want something nice in cigars, tobac co, pipe and smoker's articles, give us a calL S. n. Arndt & Co., Bataa BIk, 1TM 8m irk 1 USB Q ROCK ISLAND. I lL. C g HARPER HOUSE BLOCK. X CAN'T FIND MR. GILL P Hill'a Prize Pitcher Does Not Al low a Daren port Man to See Third Base Yesterday. SENATORS WIN ONE MORE Lippert's Fast Work on Bases Brings Game to Donnelly's Camp Du buque Beats Rockford. GAMES TOMOIUIOW. 3Ioomington at Rock Island. Davenport at Cedar Rapids. Rockford at Dubuque. Springfield at Decatur. Cedar Rapids, Sept. 3. Gill had Dav- nport at his mercy in most of thesjn nings. and in the other sensational double plays prevented their reaching third base. The score: CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. PO.A. E. Ball. 2b 1 Davis, If 0 1 2 1 4 C 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 Brown, lb 1 2 11 Himes, cf 0 1 2 0 Gill, p 0 Ludwig, c 0 Hill. 3b Berte. ss 1110 0 113 8 0 Dahlqulst, rf 0 0 1 0 O Totals 5 10 27 10 3 DAVENPORT, R. H. PO.A. E. Ives, cf 0 0 1 0 0 Berg, ss 0 0 1 4 0 Ruby. If 0 1 2 0 0 Crockett, lb 0 0 10 0 0 Alperman. 3b 0 l l l l Swalm, rf 0 2 0 0 0 N'ioman. c 0 0 7 0 0 Davis, 2b 0 0 3 8 1 Hargrove, p 0 0 0 5 0 Totals 0 5 21 13 2 Score by innings: Cedar Rapids 20001200 5 Davenport 00000 00 0 0 0 Summary: Two base hits Ball. Brown. Gill. Hill. Swalm. Struck out By Gill. 2; by Hargrove, 7. Time 1:2'. Vmplre Ready. Duhuqtir Found hr rtnll. Dubuque. Sept. 3. Poor playing in the first two innings gave Rockford two runs, while Dubuque hit both Bal liet and Baker bard and timely. Hue- low's lmme run was the feature. The score : DI'BFQI'E. Fleming, If R. H. PO.A.E 0 1 0' 3 2 0 0 1 o 0 2 o 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 Thlery. r Hines. rf RuHow. lb Wolf, rf-c 2 0 2 0 4 1 A 2 1 1 0 11 Reagan, cf Hughes. 2b Hartley, ss 1 Pease, 3b 1 Owens, p 0 Totals S 10 27 1G 1 ROCKFORD. R. H. PO.A. E. Davidson. If 0 Baxter. 3b 1 Meek, e 0 Cameron, lb 0 0 0 0 0 114 0 3 2 0 0 0 13 1 0 Shour. rf 0 0 Graham. 2b 0 0 Nieoll. cf 1 1 ORrien. r.s 0 1 Balliet. p 0 1 Baker, p 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 1 1 Totals Score by innings: 2 7 23 15 2 Dubuque 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 Rockford 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 Summary: Two base hits Meek. Nieoll. Hadley. Three base hits Reagan. Owens. Home run Buelow. Struck out By Balliet. 1: by Baker. 1. Cmpire Milan. IWntur Hum Hard I. ink In Hitting. Decatur. Sept. 3. Decatur could not find the ball when a hit meant victory. I.ippert's fast work on the bases made it possible for Springfield to win. The score : DECATUR R. H. PO. A. E. Purtell. 3b o Gruebner. ss . . '. 0 McFarland. rf 0 Swacina. rf o Kuhn. lb o Noldcn. If 0 R. Walters. 2b n Krebs. c 0 Edwards, p . . 0 Totals l 1 C 2 1 0 110 0 0 0 0 1 n 0 e 1 11 1 0 10 0 0 2 3 2 0 0 6-3 1 0 0 3 0 7 27 12 2 SPRINGFIELD. R. H. PO.A. E. Lippert. rf 1 2 o n n Donnelly, of 0 1 5 1 0 Latimer, c o n 7 0 o Caffryn. If 1 2 3 0 n Neal. ss o n 3 3 n Smith, c 1 4 1 1 Durkee. 3h n 1 2 1 0 Ebright, 2h o l 3 1 1 Hedges, p o 1 0 4 1 Totals 2 9 27 11 3 Score by innings: Decatur oiOOOOOO n i Springfield toiOOOOno 2 Summary: Two base hit Caffryn. Struck out By Edwards. T: by Hedges. 4. Time 1:45. Umpire Peters. Vrk Plarr PUbrd. Cincinnati. Ohio. Sept. 3. Before President Pulltam. of tho National 6ri)OUSC dark' Can't sleep? Restless and worn uui r ltrvuus exnaus tion," your doctor says. Ask him to tell you all about Aver s Sarsaparilla. bold league, left for Pittsburg yesterday he gave notice that First Baseman Mc- Gann, of the New York club, had been indefinitely suspended. and that Shortstop Dahlen. of the same club. was suspended until Sept. 6, for unbe coming conduct on the Cincinnati grounds Wednesday. McGann will be reinstated only upon assurance of good conduct. The case of Frank Bower- man, who assaulted a spectator in the same game, will not be taken up un less President Hermann, of the Cin cinnati club, files charges against Bow- erman. Hermann will make inquiries in the case before he takes action. ( ftullng by Commlnnioa. Cincinnati. Ohio. Sept. 3. The na tional baseball commission has made the following ruling relative to play ers purchased by the major leagues: The secretary of the commission is hereby directed to transmit to the sec retary of the National Association of Baseball clubs a complete list of all purchased players. The secretary of the National Association of Baseball clubs is requested to strike from the list of reserved players, from time to time, the names of purchased players as transmitted to him by the secretary of the commission. I'rrffer to Pitch tor Srlrr. Kankakee, Sept. 3. Frank Pfeffer, the crack pitcher of the Illinois 'var sity nine last spring, has been signed for next season by the Chicago Na tional league club. Pfeffer. who is a special attendant at the Illinois East ern hospital, had several tempting of fers from major league teams, includ ing one from the Chicago White Stock ings, but decided to accept the one which would make him a teammate of his college mate. Carl Lundgren. Mrwart Join Toledo Club. Milwaukee. Wis., Sept. 3. Pitcher Stewart, of the St. Paul American as sociation team, joined the Toledo club here yesterday. DUST FROM DIAMOND. Two games will be played at Twelfth street park tomorrow afternoon. Rock Island and Bloomington will play two games tomorrow afternoon. Springfield comes Monday. There will be morning and afternoon games. Christy Wilson, of the Independents, will pitch for Rock Island in the morn-. ing. Decatur Review: Word has come frcin .the management at Sioux City that Arthur Breyette is no longer play ing with that team, under President Sexton's ruling that lie belongs to De catur. Breyette has refused to answer inquiries from Decatur and can not he located, but there is only one thing for him come here or hunt the brush. Decatur Review: A copy of the for mal ruling by the national baseball commission in the case of Albert Jacobsen has readied the local base ball management, and the general ver dict is that it is "a hot one," just the entering wedge to knocking out every consideration that the major leagues have grudgingly given the minors. The old rule was that the final installment of the drafting price of h player should be paid 30 days after he reported. The ruling was changed to read that it should be paid 30 days after the player signed a contract with the team drafting him. In case a plav er refuses to accept any old terms offered him by the club or in case a contract is not. even presented him. an easy subterfuge, then the mi nor league club that the player is drafted from necessarily holds the sack. But one view is taken of the ruling here. It i3 another step in the scheme of the big league magnates to throw the hooks into the minors to a finish. TO GATHER IN HIS NAME Mass Meeting Tomorrow Afternoon at Rock Island Masonic Hall. The following has been sent to The Argus and its publication asked: "There will 1e a union mass meet ing in Masonic hall in Rock Island to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock for the purpose of economic discussion in the name and spirit of Jesus.-and to con sider th purpose of sending out a world-wide call for all Christians and patriots to gather in His name every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, in every city and village to agitate more prac tical Christian unity and to educate the common people on the real pur pose of Christ's kingdom on earth and what constitutes a real government by and for the people, governed by the golden rule. "Everybody interested in this pur pose is invited to come and help make these the most interesting gatherings on earth, regardness of sex, creed, col or or previous politics." Has sold a Pile of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for more than 20 years, and it has given entire satisfaction. I have sold a pile of it and can recommend it highly. Joseph McElhiney, Linton. Iowa. You will find this remedy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold. It always affords quick r lief and is pleasant to take. For sale by all leading druggists. O Easily discouraged? Things look for 60 years. J. C. Aytr Co., Low.U. Mi OPENER IS TAKEN Rock Island Defeats Bloomington in First Game This After noon. LIEBHART IS IN FORM Only Seven Innings Are Played Carlisle's Fielding a Feature. Rock Island took the first game of the double header this afternoon. The game, which was called at the end of the seventh inning by agreement, was won by Rock Island in the third. Lieb hardt started the trouble with a pretty single. Thornton went out to Kruger. Lister then laced out a stinging two bagger, putting Liebhardt on third. Kohley Miller then came to the rubber and not only worked Moore for a base, but on the fourth ball pitched Moore threw to the grand stand and Miller took second, Liebhardt scoring and Lister going to third. Vandine was there with the necessary single and Lister and Miller scored. Vlltr Almmt Tie In Fifth. Bloomington came dangerously near in the fifth. After Moore had fanned. Kruger was given a free pass and Herbert drew a single, his third in the game. Connors flew out to Carlisle and it looked as though there would be no scores, but Hackett was passed and Godwin knock ed in both Kruger and Herbert with a single to center. Kane fouled out to Cheek. That ended tho scoring. Lun din and Barker went to the slab in the second game. The score ROCK ISLAND, AB. R. H. PO.A. E Thornton, cf 3 Lister, lb 3 I) 1 0 110 1X00 0 0 11 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 11 10 3 0 10 2 0 4 21 8 2 Miller. 2b 2 1 Vandine. 3b 2 o Hupp, rf 1 Carlisle. If 1 o Sweeney, ss 2 0 Cheek, c 2 0 Liebhardt, p 1 1 Totals 17 BLOOMINGTON. AB. R. H. PO.A. E. Kruger, ss 3 .310120 .413310 .2 0 0 5 0 0 .2 0 0 51 1 .3 0 1 2 0 1 .3.0 1 0 0 0 . 2 0 0 r. 0 0 . 3 0 2 1 0 .3 0 0 0 2 0 .27 2 C 18 7 2 Herbert. 2b 4 Donovan, c Hackett, lb 2 Godwin, cf Kane, rf Donocan, c Snyder. 3b 3 Moore, p 3 RcK'k Island 0 0 3 0 0 0 - Bloomington 0 0 0 0 2 0 0- Summary: Two-base hit Lister. Bases on balls off Liebhardt, 4; off Moore. 2, Struck out by Liebhardt. 3; by Moore. 4. Wild pitch Moore Double nlay Thornton-Lister. Hit by pitched ball Vandine.- Time 1:10 U m p i re Lo bee k . IN STAGELAND. "The Moonshiner's Daughter" is tin' bill for this evening at the Illinois. "Bird Center," the comedy built on ideas suggested by the cartoons of John T. McCutcheon. is to be present ed at the Illinois Sent. 20. Walker Whiter ide comes in "Hamlet" the 20th F. C. Whitney has engaged R. E Graham to assume the role in "Poff Paff, Pouf." until recently played at the Casino, New York, by Thomas Q Seabrooke. Since Mr. Seabrooke's de parture from the cast the part has been held by Fred Mace, who had previously acted as understudy. The strong popularity cf American songs in England is again illustrated this time by the adoption of the comic ditty "Bedelia" as a part of "The Cin galce," which is the biggest kind of a hit under George Edward's direction "Bedelia" is by William Jerome and Jean Schwartz. Under the direction of E. D. Stair the starring tour of the Rays John and Emma will start early in Septem her. The vehicle will be a parady on the St. Ixjnis fair, entitled "Down the Pike." in which Mr. Ray will play the part of a janitor with two doubles. The supporting company will number 50 people. Joe Weber has engaged the Esme relda sisters, sprightly and gracefu dancers, for the company now in the course of completion for Weber's Mu sic hall. He has also contracted with Franz Ebert. the diminutive comedian for a permanent place in the organiza tion. New York. Sent. 3. William J Block, owner of "The Royal Chef." which is to open the Lyric theatre has applied to the United States circuit court for an injunction to restrain the further performance of B. C. Whit ney's "The Isle of SDice." now perform ing at the Majestic theatre. He con tends the witches scene in "The Isle of Spice" is copied from the Mother Goose scene in "The Roval Chef." The latter comedy was produced in Ch'cago as early as March, whereas "The Isle of Spice" was not produced until Au gust. Judge La com be reserves deci sion. Adelaide Thurston proposes to build a monument to the memory of Dan Emmett. the veteran minstrel and au- thor of Dixie, who died at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. The dainty star will tender a matinee performance of "Polly Prim rose" at Richmond. Va.. Sept. 24, for the benefit of the monument fund, and she is making arrangements with oth er attractions playing five other south ern cities to do the same. Walter E. Perkins, whose quaint hu mor originally aided "My Friend From India" to success, is going to star this season in "A Military Man," another DuSouchet play. Since the great suc cess of the first piece, the author has been leisurely writing "A Military Man." and has always said that no one but Perkins should play the title role. The same receipe employed in "My Friend From India" has been followed and the result Is said to contain the same complexity of fun occurrences that distinguished the first success. M. B. Raymond promises a notelty or two in his new and elaborate pro duction of "Mrs. Delauey of New Port," for the Elinore Sisters, which will sur pass his former efforts in this direc- ion. The season will open about Oct. 10. Asplendid supporting company has been secured for Ezera Kendall in his new play, "Weather Beaten Benson," which had its initial presentation at Atlantic City, Sept. 1. Here is the cast practically in its entirety: Mr. Ben- son. Ezera Kendall; Rusty Bartlett. William A. Hackett; Tickery Wiggins. Harry Hanlon; Hollis Young. Thurlow Bergen; Brayd Nevins, Joseph Slayter; Mrs. Ormsby. Iottie Linthicum; Grace, Ethel Brandon; Little Miss Moses. Edith Taliaferro; Miss Mo-"1 Zelie Davenport: "Cindy", Lam.. Vlmos- nio; Mrs. Piffles. Lucille La Verne. Re hearsals have been in progress in New York for the past three weeks, and those who have been watching them closely are predicting all sorts of suc cess for Kendall in his new play. In asmuch as Mr. Kendall, who wrote the play, probably knows better than any other living human being just what will suit Kendall's peculiar talents, the presumption is that the verdict of the onlooker is not far out of the wav. And the people engaged, it is said, fit then respective parts like the proverbial glove. Easily one of the notable features of the past theatrical season was the appearance of the quaint comedian. W. B. Patton, who, with an excellent supporting company, gave local thea tergoers a treat in "The Minister's Son." In Mr. Patton's new play, "The Las Rose of Summer," he has a beau tiful comedy which contains a story or surpassing merit with perfect whole someness, with exquisite delicacy, with truest pathos and with freshest hu more. He has delineated character, has analyzed motives and emotions, and has portrayed life without a single word of action that could even suggest offense. Mr. Patton will be here in the new play tomorrow evening. A great modern scenic comedy drama, "A Hidden Crime." with a wealth of beautiful scenery and elec trical fountain, will ho the attraction at the Illinois theatre Tuesday. The company is headed by John P. Ick ney. the author of the drama, and Miss Pauline Fletcher, a popular western actress. "A Hidden Crime" depicts life in San Francisco on both sides of the social scale. Chinatown with all its mysteries, its opium smokers and absinthe drinkers, and gambling: dens of 'Frisco, and the sensational break ing of a mammoth suspension bridge are a few of the interesting things promised. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. THREE-EYE I.EAGt'E. P. V. I,, prt. Sprinarfifld tos fifi 4:; .;ij Pilar iiapidfi 114 fi 4 -i .579 Dubiiqu' 114 i4 '.0 .f.S1 Hlootnington 103 53 r.! De-Htnr 1I 52 5S .473 Rof-k Island lof .4k Davenport 113 5' fi3 .442 Rook ford 115 42 75 .359 AMRRICAN LEAOf'K. W. I.. IV t. Boston 71 44 .HI 7 Now York 9 43 .H". Plilladolnhlii 2 46 .574 Chicago 50 .563 f "loveljtnd 2".r'H .554 rv-troit 47 r. .420 St. Iojis 45 5 .40f Washington 27 .23! national i.i;ac:-e. w. t.. r-t Now York si 32 .724 Ohieafco 70 4'i .603 PittsbtiiK i 7 47 .5S7 Cinr-innti 7 5i .573 Ft. Ixjuis 62 5 .517 Boston 44 74 .373 Brooklyn 40 76 .345 Ptiiladt Iphi.i 33 M .282 YESTERDAY'S RESl l,TS. AMERICAN LEAOIX. Chioago, 5; Washington. 2. Kostim. 4; Cleveland. 3. , Now York. 12; Lotroit. 6 (seven, in nings). NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chira?o. 4: St. Louls. 1. nttsburg-. 2; Brooklyn. 1. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Milwaukee. 15: Toledo. 0 (tlrft Kamei Milwaukee, 1; Toledo, 4 second Same). WESTERN LEAGUE. Denver, 4; Colorado Springs, 3. THREE-EYE LEAGUE, Springfield. 2; Dooatnr. 1. Dubuque. 8; Rookford. 2. Cedar Rapid. 5; Davenport, n. CENTRAL LEAGUE. Dayton. 5: Wheeling. 6. Terre Haute. 9; Evansville. 3. South Rend. 4: Marlon, o. Grand Rapids. 0; Fort Wayne. 2. IOWA LEAGUE. Fort Dodfte. 4: Marshalltown. 8 (first pame . Fort rxdge. 7; Marchalltown. 3 (sec ond game). Buriinifton. 6: Kokuk. . Ottumwa. 7: Oskaloosa. 0. Roone. 5: Waterloo. 1 (first Rme. IJoone. 0: Waterloo. 1 (second game. 14 inning's!. All the news all the time THE ARGUS. 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Buckmaster has announc ed he will not allow Chicago fight pro moters to pull off boxing contests in Kenosha and that he will stop any ex hibition of this sort, whether or not it is reported that the promoters have secured immunity from prosecution by state officials. ArrnnucH 1 'Ik lit for lliiKhtn. Houghton, Mich., Sept. 3. Sig Hart. of Chicago, has arranged the follow ing matches for the amphidrome on Sept. 17: Johnny Ruse and "Kid" Tay lor. 120 pounds; Jack Ryan and Frank Baker. 13S pounds; Jimmy Dugganand Young Sharkey, 113 pounds. Ricing This Afternoon. The running races at the Ninth street track postponed from yesterday on account of the heavy condition of tho course are taking plaeo this after noon. Todpy is Moline Derby day. Increase of the Navy. The Monroe doctrine is juntas strong as the American navy and no stronger, and for that reason a larger and more powerful n.' vy is recommended. Then the other powers will have to respect it. 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