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THE 'ARGUS, TUESDAY. JULY 28,. 1908.
.ARE . YOU TROU
BLED WITH DAN
. . DRUFF? WE PRE
VTEED CURE FOR -SUCH
H. O. ROLFS,
BUNCH FIVE BIFFS
How of bingies and an trroriRuby if .,
Give Champs Game That Ad- Cocash, cr
SOME DOINGS IN THE NINTH
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
All Soda lovers to our Fountain
Is the fresh rruit syrups used,
and the clean way we serve
When you feel the need of a
cooling, thirst-quenching drink,
stop In and we'll satisfy you.
Our Ice Cream Soda and Sun
dae are delicious try them.
Allen, p ;...0 0 0
peared to be Lost.
Smith, lb ..
Hughes, 2b .
Donovan, c .
Steiger, p . .
.4 4 27 16 3
R. H. P. A.E.
TO SETTLE SPEED
Postponed Races, of Boating.
Association to be Run Off
THREE EVENTS SCHEDULED
Scoring Done Then. Bloomers
Getting Two Runs and the Is
landers One More.
Blooniington at Rock Island.
Peoria at Clinton. 4
Decatur at Dubuque.
Springfield at Cedar Rapids.
With two runs against them the
.-humps tame lo their own yesterday
nd pounded the stuffing ouf of Mr.
Davidson In their last chance, at his
stolen bases Howard
1 4 24 12 4
3000 0001 4
0 00 100 0001
hits Ruby, Howard.
Five-Mile Free-for-All Canoe and Slow
Contests Will Be Held
Jii balls Off Allen, 1; off Steiger 2,
btruek out By Allen, 3; by Steiger,
ti. Hit by pitcher By Allen, 1. Um
Win on Bnkrr'N Single.
Clinton. Iowa, July 28. Johnny
Baker's single in the '13th won a pitch-
ers- battle. . Nelson ami Raknr
in excellent form and were well sup-
poiieu. .Nye's single. Nieman's out
The races of the Island City boats
which were poslponed last Sunday,
will be run off in part Thursday even
ing at the harbor, according to plans
formulated by the cruising committee
this morning. There will be time for
but three races, the five-mile free-
ior-all for the championship of the
club, a canoe race and the slow race.
While the big race is on the canoes
.... . - . .. I ..1.11 I .'1 1. ir i- nlnirlii 1.. . I. ' . . I
curves ana kuockcu out a victory ttiati . u.uuSm njc auuas iators. Tne canoe race will 1 nvr
!"" wuh me oiiiy run. cjlllv
rained the hair on the heads of all the K " . , wiuy a half mile course and the prize for
battle h' , " . V b ' ?"u7. lne winner is a sl,i,t give" by M. & K
I w" jiiiiui anu uuiiueiiy in me inn
ii i till the ninth and both twiners I Score:
local fans. It was a pitchers'
were playing the weak points of the I CLINTON. .
batters' nicely v.ith the result that iThiery, rf o
Ronan, 2b .0
Ohiand. If n
each side had but four hits. In the
:inth Blooniington landed ou. Howard
nu landed on him hard, too, and the
xcoro when the smoke cleared away
ho wed that the visitors had banged
out four singles and gathered in half
that number of runs, making it look
I ke a cinch. But it wasn't.
With blood in their eyes the champs
went after Mr. Davidson with a de
termination to do things and what
they didu't do wasn't, worth doinj
tiang, uang, bang, went the ball as
the champs trotted up and pasted it
Kit of the diamond. i
' Slnrk Im I lie SI n Her.
Stark led the rally 1th a high one
that dropped just out of the reach of
loth the infield and the outfield and
Novacek followed him with one just
like it. Then came Cook with one
anrt the bases were covered with the
white uniforms of the Islanders. There
Nye, ss .
Swalm, rf ..
Landry, If ..
Rohn. lb ...
Wolfe, c ...
Yeager. 3b . .
Lewee, 2b . .
Nelson. t . .
.1 7 39
R. H. P.
.0 0 3
.0 0 2
.0 0 0
Total 0 737 19 1
One out when winning run was
An eppropriate prize is offered by the
Gansert Candy company for the win
A. E. Iner of the slow race, a five-pound box
0 Olcf chocolates. For the bis race a sr.
1 panama hat is in store for the winner,
01 given by J. J. Ullemeyer.
Nearly All Will Kntrr.
Nearly all the boats will enter the
free-for-all race, as this is to be used
as a gauge for the handicap awarded
the boats in the five-mile handicap
race which will be run off later. There
promises to be a large number in the
slow race- to dispute the' supremacy
of Commodore Carson's boat, as there
Olare nearly a dozen boats already en
lltered. As the club expects a large
0 1 crowd to see the races it hap been ar-
" larged to sell refreshments at the
0 boat house during the evening.
0 1 The races are to commence nmmnt
ly at 7 o'clock and all having boats
entered are requested to be there on
time as there will be no time to spare
if ai; three of the races are to be run
off in a single evening.
With Ball Players
was some noise, as one miirht iniaffine.
and this mav have had considerable '-""ion 0 U U ti 0 0 U U 0 0 0 0 1 1
to do with the ascension of Melchoir Pt01 ia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 U 0 0 0 0 00
who fumoleu the grounder that Mc- io base nit Landry. Base on I Reuben Isaacs, a new twirler
Biide slammed at him and one man I balls Off Baker, 1. Struck out By I have a trial at Clinton.
crossed the pan, leaving the bases Baker, 10; by Nelson. S. Double plays
loaded with no one out. Eng tried! Lewee to Raymond to Rohn; Grogan
to pierce the infield with another to jjuelow. Hit by pitcher Nieman.
grounder like McBride's but Snyder Stolen base Wolfe. Time 1:50
tluew the man out at the ptate, mak- Umpire Jacobs
ins; one out and the bases still full. I su i'i-iirr in the r.nme.
I nore was some more noise wnen tier-1 Dubuque. Iowa Julv' 28. Both
er came up wun me uai mat ne nau teams used three pitchers but Swalm
inn tetiey nas secured a job um
piling in the Western association.
Bold, the new in fielder secured by
Clinton from the Western association
will not be kept.
The State Fir emen's Tournament nil t
At Clinton July 28, 29, 30, 31. x
Bigger and Better Than in 1906 and Certainly Worth Your Time to See,
FINE STREET CARNIVAL
Three-Eye Baseball Games Slnton vs. Peoria, July 28-29
Clinton vs. Decatur, July 30-31 ,
Games Galled at 10:30 a.m.
Only One Right Way to Go and that's on the
$1.00 Round Trip July 25 to Aug. 2
i. .& I.
I0WANS KEPT COMING
AND FINALLY WON IT
Cross Copntrys Drop Ball Game at
Dyersville After Getting Nice
Lead at Very Beginning.
Dyersville, Iowa, took the Cross
Countrys iuto camp, 3 to 2, in a ninth
inning rally Sunday. . The Rock Is
land boys began well but the two
runs they registered in the first in
ning were all they were able to accum
ulate. The Iowans. on the other hand.
kept up a steady bombardment and
finally won out. Score:
C. COUNTRY. AB.R.H.PO.A.E.
Lyons, cf 4 1110 0
Trainer. If 4 0 1 1 0 0
Burns, 3b 4 0 0 2 2 0
Anderson, lb 4 1 1 12 1 0
Thompson, 2b 4 6 0 2 5 0
Smith, c 4 0 0 3 0 1
Eugman, ss .... . 3 0 0 1 2 0
Terry, rf 3 0 2 0 0 0
Clark, p "3 0 1 2 3 0
ON THE DIAMOND
Springfield 54 31
Peoria 49 37
Decatur . 40 38
Dubuque 42 43
Blooniington 40 45
Cedar Rapids 38 45
ROCK ISLAND 34 49
Clinton : 32 49
Pittsburg 54 35
Chicago 50 3G
New York 30 37
Philadelphia 44 38
Cincinnati 40 44
Boston 40 47
Brooklyn 32 53
St. Louis 30 50
John Mc-Graw says Iirry Doyle
Knocked the three bagger with in the held Dubuque safe. Poor fielding gave next year will be the best second base
hf.h inning. There was some noise Decatur 10 runs, five in the first on man in the business. He declares h(
Schoenanen, cf .
Brueckner, lb .
L. Jaeger, Sb..
W. Jaeger, 2.b.
2 024 13 1
when he camo up but it was nothing
to the j'ell that went up when he
watted out his third hit of the game
.nd Cook came In with the run that
made the game a tie. 'Then Wise
poked out another dandy hit and the
irame was over with the big side of
171 tecontf Ave.
Confectionery and Fancy Bakery
Vandine, 3b .
T. O'Rrion'- llr
ie score count on the proper side of w ... " n i
ine naru 10 make iiie siime sauy 111
M-e Game All the Way.
It was a pretty game all the way
along the line and there was plenty I pjerce
of excitement during the first eight
r.nings, although no runs were scored.
Rock Island had men on the bases
neaily every inning and more than
nice appeared to have a good chance
to score but twice a double play
spoiled things. The visiting delega
tion was in the game also all the time
and they felt pretty good at the end
of the first half of the ninth when
hey were two to the good.
HE'S A PICTURE
just stepped out. of, the "frame
of Fashion" is the man who has
his clothes made by us. We
are known to be the leaders in
style, In fabrics, fit, finish and
reasonable prices. We will
make a man proud of his own
appearance if he lets us suit
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II mm 1 ill" luit-sL itiuiics iur
j . summer year. And he'll save
1812 , cond Avenue.
Plass, 2b ..
Nolden, p .
Gurney, p ,
R. H. P
.1 1 2
.0 0 10
would not trade theiformer Three Eye
ieaguer for Johnny Evers."
Burlington "having won first place
in the Centra1 'association, the team
2 - o I return home last evening. There was
I o la parade headed by a band in which
tne state mint la acted as escort and
fireworks were displayed.
None out when
Cross Coifntrys.. .20000000 02
Dyersville ..00000020 13
fwo base )i its Allen, Rogers. Bases
on - balrs-Off 1 Ciaikv 1: ' Struck out-
By Allen, 11; by Clark, 1. Double play
Clark' to Anderson. UmpireH. J
ROCK ISLAND. AB.R.H.PO.A.E.
Murphy, cf 3 0 0 3 0 0
Stark, lb 3 1 1 12 0 1
Novacek, if 4 0 1 0 0 0
Cook. 2b 1 1 1 4 4 0
McBride, If 3 1 0 2 0 0
Eng, c 4 0 1 3 2 0
Berger, ss 4 0 3 3 2 0
Wise, 3b 4 0-2 0 5 0
Howard, p 3 0 0 0 3 0
Total 32 3 9 27 1C 1
BLOOM I NGTON. AB . R . H . PO . A.E.
Crozier. cf .
Moore, ss . .
Wagner, If 2
Campbell, rf 3
Tennant. lb 1
Prout, 2b 1
Barkwell, 3b .0
Fisher, c o
Laudermilk, p 0
Lelivelt, p o
Swalm, p o
8 2C 15
H. P. A.
Long, rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Snyder ss 4 0 0 1 5 0
Stevens, 2b 4 0 1 3 3 0
Godwin cf 3 1 2 0 0 0
Melchoir, 3b ..... 2 0 0 0 5 1
Conners. If 4 0 1 3 0 0
Kuhn. lb 3 1 1 11 0 0
Wilson, c ....3 0 2 C 2 0
Davidson; p 4 0 1 0 10
Talk of the Kewanee team of the
Central association being transferred
to Davenport has again been resumed.
Probably it has not been suggested
to thosa interested in the change that
it will be necessary to secure the con
sent of the Rock Island association
before making it. Each recognized
league under baseball laws ,lias exclu
sive territory for a radius of five miles
from a league ball park.
Organized boosting has done much
for the game at Decatur. A few weeks
ago there was a big deficit and indi
cations were t lie team would be short
Ij.OI'O by the end of the year. Seeing
that disaster was bound to overtake
the association unless something was
done the merchants got together and
formed a boosting organization and
thiough its efforts the deficit is grad
ually being reduced. Other cities
where baseball has been threatened
with extinction have taken a similar
course this season and the result has
den. 3; by Pierce, 4; by Laudermilk, J been gratifying in every case. Now
i; ny Luveu, l; by swalm, 3. Don-1 Bloomington is talking of starting a
hie plays Weakley to T. 'Brien; I similar movement by asking business
Carr to Plass to T. O'Brien ; Moore to I houses , to close at 2 o'clock Au
trout to Tennant. Stolen bases Mil-land give everybody a chance to turn
ler, Barkwell. Sacrifice hits Moore, out for the game,
Wagner, Campbell. Prout. Umpir
Dwbuque . . .
12 13 27 C 3
3 0100000 0 4
5 003 0 20 2 012
hits Carr, Tennant.
Off Nolde1!!, 2; off
Pierce, 2; off Swalm, 1. Hit by
pitched ball Crozier. Passed ball-
O'Brien. Fisher. Struck out Bv Nol-
.31 2 S25 10 . 1
winning run was
Three base hit Berger. Stolen
bases Stark, Long, Kuhn. , Double
plays Melchoir to Wilaon to Kuhn;
Uichoir to Stevens to Kuhn. Bases
on balls Off Howard, 1; off David-
Berger hit safely three times out of
four times up. Guess Joe has found
thai batting eye again.
The batting order received a severe
jolt, too. Stark was the only name
left intact. The change is a good one.
Berger is a hitter all right but not a
good man for the head of the list
Murphy belongs there and that's
where he is again.
The national baseball commission
has announced, as it did last year, a
list of all major league players who
have been, sold to minor league clubs
under agreements submitted to and
approved by the commission contain
ing options held by the various major
league clubs to repurchase such play
ers on Aug. 20, 1908. The national
commission has decided that where a
major league club desires to recall
any player specified In the list that it
nmct n ri i f i- tho, sprrAtarv rvf thei nnnt.
uuine. j-ie uuuB.iwu oi mem J list to I i..i ..m. .hih i i
i j ii ii -wiiii w iiilu ill rr inn i ri im iivjt
son, 1. Base on dead ball-Kuhn.' Mc- prve he cou1 KeeP il u wlse olaying, on or before Aug. 20, that it
Bride. Struck out By Howard. 3: bv
Davidson, 2. Time of game 1:40.
Tlinrly Hitting; Ilrnt SprinKflrlil,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, July 28. Cedar
Rapids defeated Springfield. 4 to 1,
by tirrf hitting in the first Inning.
After that It was a pitchers' battle be
tween Allen and Seiger. The score
CEDAR RAPIDS. R. H. P. A.E.
and use your head
Bloomington has renewed the boy
cott of Rock Island, regardless of
i ague rules and President Loftus.
The team is stopping in Davenport."
Intends to exercise Its option. It must
also send to the secretary of the com
mission a check for the amount spec!
Bed for each player, which will- be
forwarded by the secretary, to the
minor league club interested. The
failure bo to notify the secretary of
exper-1 the national commission and the minor
Horn nine aed
othe Sag Utint,
VLali W INSTITUTE.)
Price cf ...
Mullin, rf .
NJins, 3b .
r, ss .
2 i 1
It Can't Be Beat
The best of all teachers Is
tence. C M. Harden, of Silver City, jeague clllb an(i to trausmit check will
North Carolina, says: "I find Electric be taken as granted that the option
uu m juais ciaimea iyr n.iig not to be exercised.
cor Biumucu, nver ana Kianey troubles
ir can't be beat I have tried it -and I River Riplets.
find It a most excellent medicine." J The Silver Crescent and Ruth were
Mr. Harden ia right; It's th6 best of all down and the Ruth and Acorn went
medicines al30 for weakness, lame back north, while' the Columbia came up
ana ail run down renditions. Best too I from Keokuk
i for chills and malaria. Sold under I The staee of water was 8.55 at c a 1
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.4 0 2 1 0 1
.4 0 0 S I 0
.4 0 2 0 1 0
.2 0 0 12 3 1
.4 0 2 1 4 1
..4 2 2 2 3 1
..4 0 1 0 0 0
.31 3 11 27 12 4
winning run was
Detroit 5G 34
St. Louis 53 37
Chicago 51 39
Cleveland 40 42
Philadelphia 43 43
Boston 41 48
Washington 33 54
New 'York ...32 58
WILL KEEP THE TROPHY
Rock Island Odd Fellows to Retain It
For Another Year
The Rock Island Odd Fellows are to
keep possession of the tri-city base
ball trophy for another year, although
the game this year was not finished.
The committee at a meeting in Moline
last evening gave the trophy into the
custody of the local team, which last
held it, until next year's game. ' The
next picnic will be held .at . either
Campbell's island or Woodwrd's grove.
Campbell's island or Woodward's grove,
as the Moline lodges may determine.
Best the World Affords.
"It give me unbounded pleasure to
recommend Bucklen's Arnica Salve,"
says J. W. Jenkins, of Chapel' Ull N.
C. "I am convinced it's the best salve
the world affords. It cured a felon on
my thumb, and it never fails to heal
every sore, burn or wound to which if
Is applied. " 25c at all druggists. ' '
W. L. Pet.
Indianapolis 03 41 .600
Louisville ........ .58 44 .509
Toledo ..... ..... '....53 45 .541
Columbus 55 47 .539
Minneapolis 52 48 .520
Milwaukee 48 55 .4CG
Kansas City .. ...4fi 56 .451
St. Paul . . ........ 31 70 . 43u7
The Perfumed Cloud.
The dentist's sleeve was smeared
with a pale dust. He Itolit it with his
palm, and a perfumed cloud arose.
'.Makeup," lie said, laughing, "the
day's usual harvest of makeup. Why
the deuce, to front the fierce white
light of a deutal chair, will women
come, to me with makeup plastered
thick ou their pretty faces? They all.
or nearly ail. do it. Their lips are red
dened, their brows penciled, their
cheeks rouged, and In a few cases the
tiny network of veins in the temples 1$
outlined in blue. Pegging away at
their teeth, I mop up all. that makeup
ou my coat sleeve, l smear red over
white noses, black over pink cheeks.
Phew! Look, out!"
And, brushing his cuff again, be
leaped back to escjpe th swet smell
ing cloud that filled the air. Ex
"Here are some extracts from a few
modern popular novels." said au au
thor as he took down a scrap book.
Then he read:
" 'The worthy pastor appearedvat the
manse door, his hands thrust dep in
the pockets of his Loose jacket, while
he turned the leaves of his prayer book
thoughtfully and wiped his glasses
with a distraught air.'
""After the door was closed a
stealthy foot slipped into the room and
with cautious hand extinguished the
light.' .. .'.' .""
",'Fitzgibbon lingered over his final
lemonade, .when a geuttt? voice tapped
him on the shoulder, and. turning, he
beheld his ' hi friend once again.'
"The chariot of revolution Is rolling
onward, gnashing its teeth as it rolls.'
Greedy LittU Salmon.
Little creatures may be very greedy
and yet not be able to eat much be
cause of their size, as was illustrated,
for Instance, in the case of a batch of
about 20.000 little Chinook salmon that
were hatched out at the aquarium.
These young fishes, each about two
luc-hes long, would eat so much that
their IK tie stomachs fairly stuck out,
and yet to feed the whole 20.000 took
daily only one pound of liver and a
quart of herring roe, both chopped
fine. New York Sun.
THREE-EYE LEAGUE. . . ' ,
Rock Island, 3; Bloomington, 2.
Clinton, 1; Peoria, 0 (13 innings).
Decatur, 12; Dubuque, 4.
Cedar Rapids, 4; Springfield. 1.
Chicago, 1; Philadelphia, 2.
St. Louis, 6; Washington, 0.
Cleveland, 3; Boston, 4.
Detroit, 4; New York, 2.
Brooklyn. 1-6; Chicago, 3-5.
New York, 3; Pittsburg, 4.
Philadelphia, 2-5; St. Louis, 1-1.
Boston, 10-6; Cincinnati, 1-0.
Omaha, 4; Pueblo, 3. ,
Des Moines, 2; Lincoln, 6.
Sioux City, 3; Denver, 1.
Zanesville, 11; Fort Wayne, 1.
Grand Rapids, 4; Evansville, 0.
Wheeling, 5; Dayton, 4.
Souih Bend, 4; Terre Haute, 1.
Oskaloosa, 5; Kewanee, 3.
Ottumwa, 2; Waterloo, 0.
Quincy, 3; Burlington, 2 (11 in
Keokuk, 3; Jacksonville, 2.
Chamberlain's , Colic, Cholera . and
Diarrhoea Remedy Would
Have Saved Him $100.00.
"In 1902 I had a very severe attack
or diarrhoea," says R. N. Farrar of Cat
Island, La. "For several weeks I was
unable to do anything. On March 18,
1907, I had a similar attack, and' took
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy which gave me prompt
relief. I consider it one of the best
medicines of its kind in the world,
and had I used it in 1902 believe it
would have saved me a hundred dollar
doctor's bill." Sold by all druggists.
All the news all the time
Nineteeth street, south
of Harper house.
Police Stop Papke-Burke Go.
New York, July 2S. The six-round
bout between "Billy" Papke, the west
ern middleweight, and "Sailor" Burke
of New York, which was set for last
night at the Coliseum Athletic club,
did not take place owing to police in
terference. Hundreds of persons had
gathered to see the fight.
0gurantee by all druggists. 60c.
Jm. and 8.45 at noon.
"I think," said the merchant, "I'll
have to fire your friend Polk. I never
saw any one quite so lazy."
'. "Slow In everything, is be?"
- "No, not everything. He gets tired
J quick enough." Exchange.
J American Money Going Abroad.
it is estimated tnat over nair a billion
of dollars is spent annually by Ameri
cans in their pilgrimages to the old
wgrld. Thus a large part of American
prosperity is shared with the shop
keepers, hotels and transportation com
panies of Europe. It would be impossi
ble to estimate the amount of money
spent annually by , those in search of
health; but we do know that when
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is used an
immediate improvement can be notic
ed. The sick man or woman regains
strength rapidly, because the Bitters
tones and' aids the digestive organs
and keeps th bowels from becoming
constipated, thus enabling them to as
similate all the strengthening qualities
of their food. It thus Drevents dvs-
pepsia, indigestion, headache, ' flatu
lency, heartburn, Insomnia, biliousness,
cramps, diarrhoea and malaria, fever
and ague. Try. a bottle and Bee for
yourself. . -
- r Beer That la Beer. , '
If you walnt to drink good beer, order
the Davenport Making company's pale
export Delivered anywhere la Rock
Island. Both phones, north 1C9. ,
iooo sr iOc
. " ' CALL AT :
Sporting G oods Store,
ROCK J6LANQ, ILL.