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THE' ABGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER
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4 lbs. Fancy Japan
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g Save Your Coupons.
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Piano on exhibition at store.
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' MATH;S .
Old arid New 1 .1 nea. .
6-1718 Second Avenv e
MOLINE OUT OF WAY
Tri-City Football Champion
ship Between Rock 1st
PLOW CITY BEATEN SATURDAY
Red and Gold Scores Hard Earned
bat Deserved Victory
12; to 3.
The superl6rity of Rock Island
high school's football team over, that
of Moline was clearly demonstrated in
the fame at the Twelfth street park
Saturday afternoon. The difference
between the work of the two elevens
was even greater than the final score
of 12 to 5 would indicate. "
It was a glorious victory for Rock
Island, the more . so in that Moline
has generally proven superior on the
gridiron. Only once before ban Mo
line been beaten by Rock Island al
though the boys from the eastern
suburb were tied last year.
The interest manifested in the game
was marked, the high schools of the
three cities being strongly represent
ed and townspeople in addition being
present in sufficient numbers to bring
the audience close to 3,000.. The root
ing was vigorous on both-sides, the
rube band and the girls' megaphone
club swelling the chorus for Rock Isl
and. The Davenport contingent, hav
ing already disposed of of Moline and
having Rock Island to oppose Thanks
giving day, very naturally shouted for
Moline. Capt Kramer and a squad of
uine police were on hand -and suc
ceeded in keeping the crowd off the
field, though with considerable dif
ficulty. Fumbling Coitlv.
Rock Island's main fault lay in
fumbling and this cost several chances
to score. This was notably true in
the first half when the fumbles of the
locals and being penalized for holding
prevented scoring in the first few
minutes of play and enabled Moline
to resort to punting tactics in which
alone they excelled and thus kept the
ball at a safe distance from their goal.
Moline had a temporary advantage
in the first half after they had
punted out of danger. Securing pos
session of the bail they worked 40
yards across the field. They had but
one play that was a consistent ground
gainer, and that was Captain Strom
berg's hurdle over Rock Island's left
tackle. This play was worked till it
was worn out, and yet Rock Island's
goal was not in jeopardy.
In the las-t half Rock Island stuck
to the ball and had Moline on the de
fensive practically all the time. End
and tackle plays were used for the
best gains and it was seldom that
distance was not made. Twice Rock
Island fore through the length of the
field on straight football and nade
touchdowns both being turned into
goals. Then, with only a few minutes
to play Moline got possession of the
ball on Rock Island's 30-yard line af
ter a kickoff and at an almost impos
sible angle Bergin kicked fjfml from
placement and the score was 12 to 5.
Story of tbe Game,
It was shortly after 3 o'clock that
Rock Island kicked to t lie south goal
and Moline after one gain fumbled
and lost the pigskin. The visitors
were penalized 5 yards for offside play
and Rock Island made several good
gains. A touchdown seemed certain
in a. few minutes, the Moline 13-yard
line having been reached when holding
in the line cost Rock Island 20 yards
and Moline got the ball on downs.
Moline punted but made only 1.1 yards
and the oval went out of bounds.
Rock Island failed to gain and Mo
line again punted to the middle of the
field. Another fumble again gave the
visitors possession and again they
punted. Thus they see-sawed back
and forth. Rock Island gradually
losing on an exchange 'of punts and
Moline using a hurdle play with good
effect. At the end of 15 minutes the
Moline players began to show the
effect of the heavy work and frequent
ly played for time. It is noteworthj'
that throughout the game time was
taken out but three or four times for
Rock Island players while after nearly
every play a Moline man was found
stretched out. The half ended with
the. oval in Rock Island's possession
on their own -10-yard line.
Beginning the second half Moline
kicked . to Souders on the 40-yard
line and after Rock Island failed to
gain a punt was resorted to. The
home team was penalized five yards
and Moline made three clowns on line
plays, being finally held on Rock Isl
and's 30-yard line. Then the red and
yellow started in to do things. With
Liitt, Souders and Sullivan carrying
it the ball was pushed steadily back
into Moline's territory. The Moline
players showed a tendency to go bal
looning. Real was taken out and
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An Effective Core.
If you see & -woman or a man with lux
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In nearly every, case where women and
men have thin brittle hair, tbey owe it
to dandruff. There are hundreds of prep
arations that "claim" to cure dandruff,
but not one but Newbro's Herpicide tells
you that dandruff Is the result of a germ
burrowing Into the scalp, and that per
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had by killing- tbe germ; and there is no
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germ but Newbro's Herpicide. "Destroy
the cause, and you remove the effect.'
Sold by leading druggists. " fiend lite. In
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For sale by T. II. Thomas.
Albertson went to left tackle with
Mortensen to end. With the home
team working like a clock the Moline
12-yard Hoe was reached and then a
fumble gave the Moliners the ball
and they lost no time in punting out
of immediate danger. It only delayed
the inevitable, however, for Rock Isl
and again worked through Moline
ground and finally forced Sullivan
over. Graves' kicked goal. Score, Rock
Island, 6; Moline, 0.
Moline kicked to the north goal and
Souders came back 15 yards. Rock
Island then began another race down
the field gaining from 5 to 23 yards at
a play and although set back by a
fumble and a punt in a short time
Sullivan was again sent over and
Graves kicked goal. Score: Rock Isl
and, 12; Moline, 0.
Moline kicked toward the south goal
and ltock Island lost the pigskin on a
fumble on the 35-yard line. .Moline
gained a down and Rock Island was
penalized 5 yards. Though well to the
wet of the center of the field and ful
ly 33 yards away Bergin dropped back
for ji try at goal. It was almost n
hopeless chance, but the line held
and the ball sailed squarely between
the posts just grazing tbe bar. Score:
Rock Island, 12; Moline, 5.
With a few minutes left to play Mo
line kicked into Rock Island territory
and an exchange -of punts followed
Rock Island playing to prevent Moline
from getting another chance at a
field goal. Rock Island had the ball
on its ow n 30-yard line when, time was
called. The teams lined up as fol
lows: Rock Island Moline.
Coleman center Lindburg
Morrison right guard Sutley
Fhrhorn right tackle Isaacson
Griffith .right end loseph
Cozad left guard Melin
Graves. ...... .left tackle Mortensen
McManus left end Ileal
Adamson quarter back Bergin
Liitt left half back. .Stromberg
Souders.. .. .right half back.Towndrow
Sullivan. full back. . . . ... .-.Baas
Officials Coldron, referee; Rank,
umpire; Livingston, lineman; t'arse
and Abbott, timers. Touchdowns
Sullivan, 2. Field goal, Bergin. Length
of halves, 25 minutes.
Notts of tbe Game.
Davenport players who aw the
game are convinced that there is work
in sight for them Thanksgiving day.
Moline players made an effort to put
Liitt out ;f business in the second
half, several times deliberately jump
ing on his head after he was down
with the ball. They evidently figured
that with the plucky half back out -of
the way they might stand a better
For a time in the first half Moline
rooters thought they were in for an
easy time. "Those suckers can't beat
us," said one of the enthusiasts dti
the ?ide lines. "If they score they
will hare to do it from the field."
"What a dirty steal a field goais,"
remarked another. "It ain't football."
It is not recorded whether the second
party held the same view after the
game or not.
Rock Island high school students
fittingly celebrated the victory over
Moline' in the evening marching about
the city with much noise and finally
having a bonfire on the levee for the
benefit of Davenport.
Between halves the rube band par
aded the grounds, passing in front of
the Moline rooters, who were on the
eat. side of the field. Some of the
Moline rooters butted in to break up
the line, and while the band came out
whole, a rush was started, and the
squad of police who were in the cen
ter of it. were jolted about pretty
freely and being finally compelled to
make a bluff at using their clubs to
restore compaTntive quiet.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
INITIATE A LARGE CLASS
Sixty candidates were initiated into
the order of the Knights of Columbus
at Moline yesterday, tbe ceremonies
occurring under the auspices of Leo
council, of that city, and taking place
at Knights of Tythias hall. The first
and second degrees were conferred by
Allouez council, of Rock Island, and
Loris council, of Davenport, and
the third by John R. Brown,
of Rockford, deputy grand knight of
Illinois. Two hundred and fifty
knights were in attendance, many cit
ies in Illinois and Iowa being repre
sented. In the evening a banquet was
served in Skinner annex. Rev. Joseph
S. Kelly, of Moline, was toas.traaster.
The following toasts were responded
to: "Our Order," J. R. Brown, Rock
ford; "There is Nothing jn a Name,"
Rev. I. J. Murphy, Davenport; "Our
Mission," Hon. William McBnlry, Rock
Island; "A Modem Knight." Rev. P. P.
Owens, Monmouth; "The Triumphs of
Columbianism," Hon. K. M. Sharon,
Davenport; "Our Order Among Young
Men." Hon. W. A. Pan neck. La Salle.
A concert program was furnished by
Ogden's orchestra, of Moline, and two
vocal numbers were given by J. M.
Colligan, of Rock Island.
A Ranawar Bicycle.
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, HI.
It developed a stubborn ulcer, un
yielding to doctors and remedies for
four years. Then Bucklens 'Arnica
Salve cured. It's just as good for
burns, scalds, skin eruptions and piles.
25 cents, at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
store. . .
Cared of Pilei After 40 Years.
C. Haney, of Geneva, Ohio, had the
piles for 40 years. Doctors and dol
lars could do him no lasting good.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured
him permanently. Invaluable for cuts,
burns, bruises, sprains, lacerations,
eczema, tetter, salt rheum, and all
other skin diseases. Look for - the
name. De Witt on the package all
others are cheap, worthless counter
feits. Sold by all druggists.
Said He Will Never be Able to
SIGHT OF AN "EYE IS LOST
May Continue as Bench Manager,
However Peoria Men Sne
The hundreds of friends of Captain
"Hunky" Hines throughout the Three
Eye league will be grieved to learn
that Mr. Hines has given up all hopes
of ever regaining the vision in the
affected eye which was iujured re
cently at his "home in Rockford by
having a sliver of hot steel pierce the
optic. For a time there were some
hopes of saving the sight, but now
this hope has been abandoned and it
is conceded that Mr. Hines will never
again regain the vision' in the injured
eye. Just what effect this will have
upon his future career as-a ball play
er is not known. It is scarcely prob
able, however, that Mr. Hines will
ever again be able to take an active
part in the game. His services, how
ever, as a bench manager would be
very aluable to any club, .as Captain
Hines is conceded to be a first class
field captain and manager.
Sne for Tftclr Salarle.
Peoria, Nov. 16. Ed Holly, short
stop, and Joe Wright, first baseman,
have filed suit against the Western
league club of Peoria for the sum of
$200. The men were members of last
season's team and allege that the as
sociation is in debt to them in the
sum of $100 each for failure to pay
their salaries in full. The season was
closed by an order of President Sex
ton Sept. 17, the schedule calling for
games up to Sept. 28. The plaintiffs
allege they received their last wages
Sept. 12. The case wns continued up
on application of the defense until
Arthur Thmnler, of Blooraington,
has been appointed by President Ed
Holland as secretary of the Three
Kye league to succeed Ralph Haver
stick, who resigned when M. H. Sex
ton relinquished the office as presi
dent. When Mr. Holland was here a
week ago he lmule an offer to Mr.
Haverstick to continue in the officesof
secretary, but the latter declined.
West Point, 10; Chicago, G.
Princeton. 11;. Yale, 6, .
Michigan,. 10; Wisconsin, 0,
.Minnesota. 32; Illinois, 0.
Northwestern, 0; Notre Dame, 0.
Dartmouth. 11; Harvard, 0.
Columbia, 17; Cornell, 12.
Carlisle, 16; Pennsylvania, fi.
Chicago Freshmen, 17; Illinois
Indiana, 70; Depauw, 0.
Nebraska, 6; Kansas, 0.
Iowa, 10; Missouri, 0.
Karl ha in, 11; Wabash, 0.
Drake. 32; Grinnell, 0.
Stanford. 6; California, 6.
Lawrence, 22; Beloit, 0.
Bucknell, 23; Annapolis, 5.
Brown. 12; Syracuse, 5.
Luther, 29; Delafield academy, 0.
Ohio State, 27; Oberlin. 5.
West Virginia, 11; Bethany, 5.
Dakota university, 6; Morningside, 5.
Christian Brothers, 23; Quiney, 0.
University of South, 17; University
of Tennessee, 0.
Vanderbilt, 41: Washington, 0.
Wesleyan, 5; Williams, 5.
Phillips Andover, 22; Lawrence
Bowdoin, 11; Bates, 3.
, Holy Cross, 5; Maine, 0.
Amherst, 11; Massachusetts State
Marietta university, 45; Western
Kentucky university, 52; Williams
burg academy, 0.
Georgetown, 35; Columbia univer
HIGH SCHOOL CONTESTS.
lU Watseka, III. Watseka, 31;
Hyde Park, 0.
North Division, 0; Englewood, 0.
At rontiae, HI. Pontiac, 21; Arsen
al, 0. '
Lafayette, 29; Bloomsburg, 0.
At Rook Island. Rock Island, 12;
Beloit high, 6; Beloit academy, 0.
At Rockford, 111. Rockford, 17;
At Kewanee, 111. Kewanee, 46;
At Tuscola, 111. Shortridge, 11;
At La Grange, Ind. Fort Wayne, 7;
At' South Bend, Ind, Goshen, 6;
South Bend, O.
At Janesville, Wis. Jariesville, 10;
Milwaukee East Side, 5. - "
At Shelbyville, Ind. Carthage, 72;
'J At Moweaqua, III. Moweaqua, 12;
Chronlo Rheumatism Cnred
Dr. H. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind., says: "For several months after
spraining my ankle I was severelj' af
flicted with, rheumatism. I finally
tried Detchon's Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism, and in four days could walk
without my cane; two bottles cured
me sound and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the Mystic
Cure to all who are afflicted with
rheumatism." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue. Rock- Island;
Gust Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
street, Davenport. . ;
ENTRIES FOR TONIGHT'S
EACE MEET AT THE CLUB
Following are the entries for the
races this ivcning at the Rock Island
First race, one mile; 3-year-olds and
upward; purse, $6,432.12 C. R. Cham
berlin, A. Anderson, II. II. Cleaveland.
II. E. Cast eel, P. Greenaw alt, E. T.
Dolly, E. L. Goff, Ben Hartz, F. A.
Head, F. C. Denkmann, W. E. Robert,
M. S. Heagy, J. W. Parker.
Second race, six furlongs; 3-year-olds;
$1,906.11 added; purse, $7,114.69
H. W. Crawford, L. C. Blanding, H.
E. Curtis, B. D. Connelly, W. If. Dart,
E. H. Guyer, E. W. Hurst, Otto Huber,
W. H. Marshall, Charles Mcllugh, C.
'. Third race; great derby event; six
furlongs; for 2-year-olds; handicap;
purse, $31,843.12 with $G,S43.20 added
Brs. C. C Carter, J. P. Comegya, G. L.
Eyster. J. K. Hollowbush, E. M. Sala,
C. Bernhardi, G. G. Craig, Sr.
Fourth race, one mile and 70 yards;
4-jear-olds; purse, $8,976.54 E. F.
Dorn, E. G. Frazer, F. P. Goldsmith,
Allen Head. F. A. Hart, Ira Karr, Fred
Levy, J. J. LaVelle, B. D. Lnmont. T.
J. Medill, G. W. McCaskrin, Phil Mitch
ell. Fifth race, one and one-eighth
miles; 3-year-olds; purse, $6,347.62.
with 65 cents added Abe Rosenfield,
T. B. Reidy, H. O. Rolfs, Ike Rice, J.
T. Stafford, Gus Tegeler, L. F. Crnlle,
W. E. Pherris, I. E. Tyson, I). E. Noft
sker. ti. A. Price. W. J. Sweeney, C. F.
Gaetjer, John Ohlweiler, Hugh Ral
ston. Sixth race, 2-year-olds; six fur
longs; purse. $S.432.47, with $3,211
added C. A. Barnard. Max Ochs. Rob
ert Rcxdale, T. E. Veitch, I. S. White,
E. II. Stafford, W. A. Rosenfield. J.
G. .lunge, B. F. Knox. T. F. LaVelle,
Mayer Levi, II. K. Mack, G. A. MacDon
nlck Col. C. W. Durham ,.T. F. Lardner
and (i. H. Huntoon are to be judges,
with Meyer A. Loeb as starter.
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Peanut candy, per lb., 10c.
Cocoanut candy, per lb., 10c.
Yankee peanut candy, per lb., 10c.
Chewing cream candy, all flavors,
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Chocolate drops, per lb.. 1..
We have installed for the benefit
of our customers a new hot water
apparatus for hot drinks of all
kinds and at all hours at a reason
able price of 5c per cup.
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By placing a large order
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warm slippers, he flgured
tliem down to bed rock.
We have done the same,
hence the following:
Misses and Children's warm lined
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6 to 2 OOC
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