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THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1906.
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erything is done according to the
dictates of skill and experience.
In our tailoring, the most fastidi
ous and critical men find their
idas ami tastes cleverly defined.
A new line of summer suitings
now being shown.
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Merchant Tailors. Q
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Dealer In and fioukl
trength Blinds and Moulding-,
Veneered and Hardwood Floor
ing of all kinds.
Dealer la single and doable
trength Window Glass, Polish
ed Plate, Bereled Plat and
311 AND 32$
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co. New York
Agricultural Ins. Co. New York
Traders' Ins. Co. ....Chicago, 111.
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co. . N. Hampshire
North German Ins. Co. New York
Security Ins. Co. . . . .New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co.State of Illinois... Roc kford, HI.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Connecticut
Office, room 8. Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
TOOK IU INNINGS
l&tanders Drova in Only Run in
Game at Molina in Extra
WAS BENEFIT FOR GUS ENG
Closeness cf Contest Due to Work of
Umpire Who Gave Independents
Best of It.
Rock Island at Cedar Rapids.
Dubuque at Davenport.
Hlooi-iington at Feoria.
Decatur at Springfield.
The Islanders took the r,ame at Mo
line yesterday from the Moline Inde
pendents in a loiiming contest. The
Moline aggregation was outplayed
throughout the game the fact is they
had to be to win. as they were very ably
assisted by the umpire. If a baseball team
can go to Moline and defeat the Indepen
dents with Umpire Truxell officiating,
it is surely fit for fast company, for
he had a series of rules of his own. lie
will not allow any one visiting player
more than two balls even if the pitcher
throws the ball into the bleachers. Su
the tedious game went on through the
nine innings and neither team scored,
the Moline aggregation couldn't and
the umpire wouldn't let the Islanders.
In the 10th Cook pasted the ball on the
nose for two sacks. Forney singled
and Cook came home.
Forney There Willi the Stick.
Forney caught for the Islanders and
did good work with the stick, getting a
two base hit in the third besides his
single in the tenth. Lakaff allowed the
Independe nts nine hits, but he was giv
en good support md they counted for
nothing. Eis was on the firing line for
the Independents and allowed the Is
landers six nits. Umpire Truxell struck
out nine men. In the ninth Swalm was
hit a pretty hard rap by the pitcher,
but he was able to continue on the
bases. Me. however, got no farther
than the first sack, being thrown out
at second via Wasson-Davis. There
was nothing of a serious nature doing
during the game until the Huh when
the Islanders managed to score.
The game was a benefit for fJus Eng.
till- Rock Island catcher, who has been
playing w ith Moline and who broke his
ankle in a recent contest. Score:
Score by innings:
Rock Island . . .ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Moline ft ft 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 0
Two base hits Forney, Cook, Walsh.
Three base hits Carlisle. Koll. Bases
on balls Off Lakaff. 1. Struck out
By Eis. 9; by Lakaff. S. Double plays
Owens to Wasson. Passed ball
Walsh. Hit bv picher Swalm. Time
of game 2:15. Umpire Truxell.
Hunt Krom the lI:isiionJ.
Ycsterd-ij-'s showing by the Island
ers at Moline was virtually as bad as a
defeat, especially in the eyes of those
who did not see the contest. To those
who were there the handicap of partial
umpiring may have offered some excuse.
Nevertheless, the day's experience
serves again to show that it does not
pay for a professional team to play out
of its class, this being particularly
truu where the aggregation is situated
as Rock Island is. drawing part of it
patronage in the city where it is
"shown up." In the first place, the
contest is a much more serious affair
to the weaker aggregation and to the
fans who support it than it is to the
professionals. The latter consider it
a sort of holiday, while the former are
in deadly earnest. Then there is the
question of partial umpiring always to
be reckoned with and that is likely to
cut a figure in the result. Under the
circumstances the higher class team is
sure to make the poorer showing and
to be held up to ridicule in conse
quence. This affects the patronage of
unthinking persons who do not weigh
all the circumstances and what is far
more serious, is interpreted as a reflec
tion on the class of ball furnished by
The Natnral Laxative
AVater was awarded the
Grand Prize at the St.
Louis Exposition, 1001,
for its Purity and. Excel
lence. Easy to take
Easy in action Ease for
ail stomach ailments.
ROCK ISLAND. AB. R. II. P.
Swalm, rf 2 0 1 0
C:m lisle, cf 4 0 1 1
Wanner, 2b 4 0 n ;
Vnndine, 3b 4 0 0 2
Walters. If 4 0 o
Rudd, lb 4 0 0 3
Cook, ss 4 1 1 2
Forney, c 4 0 2 10
Lakaff, p 4 0 1 0
Total 34 1 J 30
MOLINE. B. R. II. P.
Koll. 3b ..4 0 1 1
Murray, cf 3 0 1 2
Davis, ss ?. 0 1 1
Owens, rf 3 0 1 3
Wasson, 2b 5 0 1 2
Townsend. lb 4 0 1 0
Chayka. If 4 0 0 3
Walsh, c 4 0 2 9
Eis, p 4 0 1 0
Total 3S n 9 30
N- i .
Xevet Panned Second.
Springfield, III.. July IS. Jones won
his 14th game out of 17 pitched this
season. None of the visitors got past
second base. The score:
SPRINGFIELD. R. H. P. A. E.
Ruby, If... o 0 4 0 0
Donnelly, cf 1 2 1 0 0
Novacek, rf 0 0 2 0 0
Cameron, lb 0 1 7 0 0
Burg. Cb 0 0 0 1 0
Scharnweber, ss 0 1 4 5 0
Smith, 2b 0 0 3 1 1
Ludwig, c 1 1 G 2 0
Jones, p 1 1 0 5 0
Total 3 G 27 14
Murphy, If .
Lewee, 2 b .
Kuhn. lb . .
Purtell, 2b .
Pierce, c . .
R. H. I. A. E.
0 9 24
Score by innings:
Springfield .0 0 0 0 0 2 1) 1 03
Decatur 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stolen base Lewee. Two br.se hits
Scharnweber, Cameron. Bases on
balls Off Jones, 2; off Horn a r. 2.
Struck out By Jones, 5; by Bomar. 0.
Time 1:40. Umpire Carruthers. At
Davenport All In.
Timely hitting gave Dubuque an easy
victory at Davenport. Score:
Ramey, rf .
Crockett, lb .
Curtis, cf ....
Harrod, 3b ..
Bennett. If . . .
Xit man, c ...
II. P. A. E.
Total 0 5 27 9 3
DUBUQUE. R. II. P. A. E.
Davidson. If 0 0 1 0 0
Hadley. ss 1 1 5 4 0
McFarland. rf 1 V 0 0
Posse, lb o 2 ! 0 0
Reagan, cf 0 1 0
Blackburn. 2b 1 1 3 7 1
Reitz, 3b I) 0 0
Stark, c 1 1 7 1 1
Cook, p ft 1 0 3 0
Total 4 7 27 1",
Score by innings:
Davenport ft ft " 0
Dubuque ft ft ft 2 ft ft ft ft 2 !
Two base hit i ladley. Thre.- base
hit Stark. Sacrifice hits Bos he Rea
gan. Bases o.i ball.- Off Stauffer. 3;
off Cook, 3. Struck out By Stauffer.
4 : by Cook. f. Double plays Crockett
(unassisted); Cook to Hadley to Bosse.
Time of game 1:25. Umpire Hoffer.
l-'.rrorn l.ont for HIoiutm.
Peoria. 111.. July IS. Errors lost a
featureless game for Bloomington. The
Thiery. rf . .
Hughes. 2b .
Bewar, 3b ..
Vinson, cf . .
Graham, If . .
Gray, cf 1
Snyder, ss 0
Herbert, ss 0
Conners. If 1
Beck, rf 0
Vogel, 2b 0
Smith, lb 1
Wilson, c 0
Barker, p 0
C 27 10 3
H. P. A. E.
0 0 0
24 14 4
Score by innings:
Peoria 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 4
Bloomington 00000002 13
Two base hit Bewar. Three base
hits Hughes, Beck. Home run Smith.
Sacrifice hits Hughes, Raymond. Vin
son. Stolen bases Raymond 3. Egan.
Bases on balla Off Jaeger, 2 ; off Bark
er, 2. Struck out By Jaeger, G. Pass
ed ball Wilson. Double play Hughes
to Raymond to Egan. Umpire Whee-
lock. Time of
game 1:20. AttenI-
GALESBURG GOLF TEAM WINS
Finishes 19 Up in Bogey Contest Ten
nis Tourney On.
.Galesburg. 111., July 18. The sev
enth annual tournament of the Cen
tral Illinois Golf association opened
here yesterday with the 3G-hole bogey
contest for six-men teams from Gales
burg, Springfield, Quincy, Champaign,
Bloomington. Decatur, Jacksonville,
and Peoria for a trophy. The result:
Galesburg, 19 up; Quincy, 19 down;
Springfield, 23 down; Jacksonville, 40
down; Bloomington, 43 down; Peoria,
S3 down: Decatur, C5 down; Cham
paign, 82 down.
In the Central Illinois tennis tourna
ment doubles Coleman and 'Starns of
Springfield defeated Fletcher and Nel
son. Galesburg, 6-0, C-4; Heidrick and
Sadley, Peoria, defeated Green and
Morgan, Bloomington, G-2, 6-1. Cole
man and Starns in three sets beat Hei
drick and Sadley, giving Springfield the
Tomorrow 'he visitors will play Hol
land and Sanderson of Galeshurg, who
won the trophy last year.
In singles Aldrich, Bloomington, de
feated Starns, Springfield, 10-8, 6-3.
The Tennis association elected F. W.
Aldrich, Bloomington. president.
START A WRANGLE
Parties to Transfer of Davenport
Ball Team Facs a
CHARGE HAYES WITH HOLDUP
Proposed Purchasers Say Present
Owner Has Little Invested in the
Prospects of Davenport remaining in
the Three-Eye league do not grow
brighter as negotiations between James
Hayes and the parties who propose to
form a stock company to purchase and
handle the team, proceed. In fact, no
progress has been made as to terms,
and there has arisen a controversy that
bids fair to result in a rupture between
the parties. .Mr. Hayes holds that the
price he has named, $1,000, is moderate
and does not begin to recompense him
for his expenditures of the last few
years. The would-be purchasers, on
the otl ' Tnd, say Mr. Haves is trying
to hold tin., up. They assert he never
put any of his own money into the cn
:erpiise, depending upon subscriptions
when any improvements wtre to be
made. They charge Mr. Hayes does
not in reality himself own the team,
but that he has recently been virtually
bought out by W. H. Harrison, one of
the proprietors of the Kimball house.
!ny Soli lIor.
Mr. Hayes steadily refuses the $2.
000 proffered for the t am and every
thing that goes with it anil declares lie
will ii'U such cf the players as he can
ul ;;.)$ o of nr.:! tarn the property into
cash bj' other methods before he will
accept such terms. The situation is re
garded on this side of the river as most
unfortunate. Plainly, it is about time
for the employment of outside diplo
macy. FROM THE DOPE BOX
Burlington Hawk-Eye: That Bur
lington is assured a place in the Three
Eye league next year if the present at
tendance keeps up, is the good news
received yesterday by Manager Egan
;;f the Pathfinders. The letter is of
considerable moment and the following
extract from if is piinted verbatim, in
rder that the fans of this city may
realize exactly how the Burlington club
stands. T!:e' name ;f l'.;e spader of the
letter may net bo printed at this time,
but it may be stated that lie is a gentle
man who lias great influence in the
ftireeKye league and at tne preset
time is erne eif the most prominent offi
cials of the Decatur club. Tf:e letter
says in part: "There is nut the slight
est question that there will be one va
cancy in our league next year, and pos
sibly two, for we have a section in our
constitution that any club whose paid
attendance falls below "o.OuO for the
season is necessarily out and its fran
chise in the hands of the league. If
there is only one out, I will favor Bur
lington, and if two, wouldn't Quincy be
a goexl town?" Mr. Egan was very
much pleased upon the receipt of the
ietter above mentioned. He said that
lie could now promise the fans of this
lity that he could give them Three
Eye league ball, next reason, if they
did their share. Admittance into the
Three-Eye league can only be secured
oy showing an attendance above or at
least equal to 30.000 paid admissions in
one season. Judging from the records
of Burlington's attendance in the past
half of the year, this city can present a
total of between 40,000 and 43.000 paid
admissions at the end of the season.
There is a difference between the
batting averages this season of the
four former Rock Island players now
with the Kewanee Regulars, from the
showing they made here. Smith is
hitting .44S and heads the list. Lundin
1707 2V AVI
For 18 years we've studied the
jewelry business. Eighteen
years of enthusiasm, energy and
far-sightedness have given us a
clear conception of tic intrinsic
worth of art.
We mention quality with espe
cial pride. Lofty ideals often
compel us to refuse to handle
merchandise which other firms
lend their name to. We claim
the best assortments of nw
goods, the maximum of beauty,
taste and quality ir all our
wares and the lowest prices that
reliable goods will pemit.
Diamonds; watches jewelry
I70 if AVg
I. ... .
i is second witn a mark of.341, Bacom
has .307 and Rebscher .253.
In the game Monday at Cincinnati
Alperman. the former Davenporter fig-1
u red in a triple play in which one man
scored. The play is described as fol-1
lows: Kelley tapped to Alperman,!
who threw Parry out at seconi. The
ball was then passed to first, retiring
Kelley, and then on to the plate, where
Huggins was caught after having run j
from second base. One run scored on !
It develops that President Holland's;
visit to the north was not so much to i
straighten things out at Davenport as
it was to see what is wrong at Dubuoue j
says the Decatur Review. President;
Holland is quoted in a Bloomington pa
per as saying that Davenport will be
able to take care of itself, that interest
will be aroused there by a change and
attendance be better, but as to Du
bmiue he is up a stump and radical ac
tion may be necessary.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
THREE EVE LE.UIHE.
W. I.. Pet.
Cedar Rapids 41 IM .04 1
Springfield ' -''' -3SI
Dubuque 3S 1!X .570
Peoria 33 31 .f3t
riOCK ISLAND 31 36 .463
Decatur 2S 33 .44 4
Davenport ...-3 3S
Bloomington 33 41 .37?
W. L. Pet.
Chicago .'...3!) 24 .711
New York 51 2S .040
Pittsburg 50 20 .03?
Philadelphia 11 41 .500
Cincinnati 30 47 .431
St. Louis "2 52 .3S1
Brooklyn 20 5 .307
Boston . 27 51 .3::;',
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia 47 2!) .C1
New York 40 ::) .005
Cleveland 10 3.1 .597
Chicago 4 1 31 .503
Detroit 11 37 .520
St. I ouis 40 ::s .513
vViishington 27 5o .:151
B.;:ten 19 01 .237
AM ERICAN ASSOCIATION.
W. L. Pet.
Columbus 55 :i4 .01
Milwaukee 17 :iS .55'!
Minneapolis 4S 40 .515
Toledo 44 40 .521
St. Paul :U 51 .523
Louisville H 41 .5 IS
Kansas City 3S 4 .442
Indianapolis 3:5 51 ."93
Chicago. 0: New Yeuk. 2.
Philadelphia. 4; Pittsburg. 1.
Cincinnati. 12: Postern. 4.
St. Louis. 7; Brooklyn. 1.
Detroit, 5; Boston, 3.
Columbus, 5; Milwaukee. 4.
Indianapolis, 0; Kansas City, 2.
Minneapolis, 3; Toledo, 0.
St. Paul, 5: Louisville, 0.
Dos Moines. 11; Si mix City, 10.
Lincoln, 0; Denver. 5 (first game)
Denver. 15; Lincoln, 4 (second game).
Pueblo, 15; Omaha, 9.
Dayton. 5; Terre Haute, 0.
Evansville. 3; Springfield. 0.
Seuith Bend. 4; Wheeling, 2.
Grand Rap'ds, 11; Canton, S.
Fort Dodge. 2: Marshalltown
Burlington, lfi; Ottumwa". 1.
Waterloo, 2; Clinton. 1.
Oskaloosa, 5; Keokuk, 4.
The Broncho Sold for $10,000.
Dixon, III.. July 18. R. D. Adams has
announced that the sale ef the Broncho
to E. J. Rochon. Winnipeg. Manitoba,
was consummated yesterday between
himself and the agent of Mr. Rochon.
The purchase price of the little flyer
is said by Mr. Adams to be $10,000.
Britt May Meet Attel.
San Francisco, July IS. Not expect
ing a bout this fall with Battling Nel-r-on,
it is quite likely that Jimmy Britt
will meet Abe Attell in Los Angeles in
the near future. A match is being
talked of now.
Field Day at Aledo.
Aledo is to pull off a Held day. the
first cf an annual series, Aug. 11. In
the morning there will be a ball game
and in the afternoon a number of horse
races and athletic events.
Chicago, July 18. following are the
market quotations today:
July. 77',, 78. 77. 77.
September, 77. 7S?4, 77. 7S.
December. 79i, 80. 79. 80.
May, 82, 83, 82. 83 V.
July, 51. 51. 51. 51.
September, 51, 52. 51. 51.
December. 49. 49',, 49. 49'4.
May, 49, 49. 49, 49.
July. 37, 37, 37. 37.
September, 34, 34. 34. 34.
December. 33, 35, 33'4, 33.
May, 37V1, 37. 37. v7.
July, 1900, 19.00, 19.00, 19.00.
September, 17.35, 17.43, 17.32, 17.43.
January, 14.93, 14.97, 14.95, 14.97.
July, 8.95, 8.95, S.93, 8.95. .
ti. Kuppnr,eimer A. Co.
That have been selling
at S7.50 and S8.50 Now
"The House That Makes Good
September, 9.03, 9.03, It er,. i.7.
October, 9. lit, 9.12, 9.u3, 9.1 u. .
July, 9.40, 9.2, 9.40, 9.42.
September. 9.40, 9.42, 9.40, 9.42.
October, 9.20, 9.2o, 9.2o, 9.2 .
January, 7.83, 7. S3, . .
Receipts today Wheat, :;'::;; coin.
Ti'.); oalj, 77.
Hi-gs. 20.UH0; cattle, 19.n;i; she p.
Hogs left over, S.000.
Hog market c..h iie.l s-ttong to 3c
higher. Light 0.43 ' ;.:" ; mixed and
butcheis 0.4ur-j O.D i: good heavy 0.15
:.9i; rough heavy :. 1 5 ' (.;.:::.
Cattle market opined ;tiady.
Sheep market opened l'-'e lower.
Hogs a: Omaha 9..Vin eaUle ::.(! ;
hogs at Kansas City, ll.'-'i'i; cattle, S,
eiie. Union Steele Yards. S:4o a. m. Hoi:
mark t strong to l"e higher. Light
0.3'"1' tl.90 ; mixed and butchers G.y?
0.92; good he.i 0.13 'h: 90;
:;cavy ;.15fj 0.40.
Cattle market steady. Beews i.l'ii
i:.t;0; cows and heifers 2.25f"4.IO;
s toekers and Fee ders 2.00 i.:;o.
Sheep market weak te) lee lower.
Ib)g maike: weak with early ad
vance mostly h-.st. Light 0.43T O.tot;
mixed and butclu i s 0.4 7 :3
heavv O.l.'Tr reman heavy
Cattle market closed weak.
Sheep market eioseel weak.
New Yorlc. July IS. Gas K9. U. P.
14:1. U. S. Ste-e 1 preferieel lul. U.
S. Steel common :51',.. Reading llO-j.
Rock Island prefe rre el 01. Rock Is
land common 2:'.1;. O. W. 40, South
ern Pacific 07'',. N. Y. Central UM. Mis
souri Pacific o. L. & N. 112. Smelt
ers 14.., C. F. I. 47. Canadian Pa
cific 139. Illinois Central 173, Penni
1.5. Erie 39. T. C. I. 113. C. & ().
33. B. R. T. 72',. B. & (). 11:. Atch
ison 87, locomotive 09.. Sugar 129.
St. Paul 175. Copper 90. Republic
The forests anel fields are abundantly stipplioel with vegetation of vari
ous kinds, not alone to beautify the
making a remedy for every ill anel
from the roots herbs and barks, which
man, act better in every way than do
tions the products of the chemist's
ously on the delicate parts of the system, espe cially the stomach and bowels,
by eating out the lining membrane,
entirely ruining the health. S. S.
only purely vegetable remedy on the
acting, healing, purifying roots, herbs and barks, possessing properties that
build up and invigorate all parts of the system, in addition to removing all
impurities and poisons from the blood. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism. Catarrh.
Scrofula, Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagious IJlooel Poison and all
disorders of the blood by cleansing the circulation of the cause, and it cures
safely as well as permanently. It is as safe for children and olel people as
lor those in the prime of life, and is the
without fear of bad after-effects. Book on the bloexl sent free to all who
write. THE SWIFT SFZCEFEC CO.. ATLANTA. GAm
H. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE,
Capital Stork, $100,000. Fear
C. J. Iarkin.
J. J. I.aVellt
II. E. Casteel,
I D. Mndgo,
Estates and property f all kinds are manatceel by this department,
which Is kept f-ntirc-ly separate from the banking business ef the com
pany. We art as executor of arid trustee under VSIHf,, Administrator,
CJunrdifin and Conservator of KtetatoH.
Rwi-lvtT and AsiKne of Insolvent Kwtatea. General Financial
Agent for Non-Resident. Women, Invalids, and other.
V - - - - T TT .T .T alia alt a
A 4 i I I i TT '
We have Placed
on Sale a Big Lot
1 i EJ.1 .m '. -Vis . . I
"They tion't crack to quick."
M.i.K- with 'I.lNiH'fiKW
l.iiltoiiliol.-s Hint Ih.M.
'i fcizc if you want Hk-iii.
1! for !! rents.
GEO. P. IDC & CO., Makers
TRCV. N. V.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Kock Island, July Is. Following tip"
ttie wliolesale quotations In today'?
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, $3.00
to f:;.50 per dozen; bins, per lb., Se
elucks per lb., 0c; turkeys, per lb.,
13c; g'-ese. per lb., 11c.
Butter Dairy, 1G to 17c.
Lard Sc. 10c.
Vegetables Potatoes, new 50 to f0c.
Ilggs Fresh, 15c.
Cattle Srccis, fH.oo te $1.75; cows
and heircrs, $2.00 to $1.50; calves $4.50
Hogs Mixed $3.73 to $0.25.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3.C0$f$6;
Feed and Fuel.
drain Corn, 54 fe? 33c; oats, 40c.
Forage Timothy hay. $13; praiiio
I $11 to til; clover, mixed, $11 tei $12;
str.nw. to fi.
Woexl Hard, per load, $3 to $3.50.
Ce.il Lump, bushel, ISc; slack, per
bushel, 10 to 12c.
All the news all the time The Argti
land, but to furnish the ingreelients fer
ailment of mankind. Medicines made
nature has placeel at the disposal of
strong- mineral mixtures and concoc
shop. Mineral meelicines work danger
producing chronic elvspensia and often
S. enjoys the distiuction of being the
market. It is maele entirely of gentle-
one blood medicine that mav be used
II. B. SIMMON,
St . 1 pre fen-, d 71. Sent!
TRUST AND SAVING'S RANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
UNDER STATE LAW.
IV r Cent llfrt IIJ oi Ilrpuatta.
H. H. Cleaveland, II. D. Mack,
Mary E. Robinson, M. S. Heagy.
H. It. Simmon.