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THE AHOTJS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1SI03.
We have bargains galore for you
all this week.
21 lbs. beet eastern granulated su
gar, with a $1 order, -j qq
Fresh dairy butter,
Pure rendered leaf
New sweet corn, 1.10 1flr
dozen, ean IUC
Fancy eary June peas, Ifln
$1.10 dozen, can IUC
New pack tomatoes, "r
$1.10 dozen, can IUC
I' u nip new California prunes q
3 lbs fpr 23e, lb 5?C
Home made mince f"
meat, lb IUC
Fancy maple syrup, tine or
fit. ylass deeanters Ouu
6 lbs. finest lump
Hundreds of other special prices
SPOT CASH GROCERY.
201) West Second St Davenport.
Telephone S00 on both lines.
Regular delivery to Rock Island.
No matter what
medicine your physici
an is prescribing for
you "bring your pre
scription to us and we
will prepare tlie medi
cine from the purest
drugs, exactly accord
ing to his orders. Ask
him about us.
We Deliver Goods.
H. O. ROLFS,
C. U. 1071 West. Ind. It 37
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S During months of Noveni-
p ler and December, ending
g Dec. 24 at 9:30 p. m., will
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g PIANO FREE.
' ed at $ 300.
g Piano on exhibition at store,
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1 Young & McCombs.
T5he Finest. Purest and
Aline line of Gunther's,
Huyler's, Lowney's, Lion
In all size boxes.
We also are making the
newest and latest styles
Ice Cream and Ices
Give us a, trial and be
convinced that t.iey are
the best goods. .
" MATH S
Old and New I 1 ties.
1716-1718 Second Averr e
RANK A, MARTIN
PLAY TRICKY GAME
lowans Put it Over Illinois Sat
urday by Score of
12 to 0.
LOSERS WERE OUTGENERALED
Visitors Deceived Completely Two
Thousand See the
Iowa City, la., Nov. :3. The great
est game in the history of Iowa uni
versity athletics was waged here Sat
urday afternoon on Iowa field. Illi
nois ami Iowa were the opponent's
and the close of the game saw the old
gold floating triumphantly over the
field, the score being 12 to 0 in favor
Iowa scored early in the first half,
after pounding Illinois to pieces, lin
ing Allen, Mctiowan, and Fred Liuck
ley with deadly effect. Jones and
Coultlnr also made end runs of 15 rud
20 yards. Both found the old-time
criss-crosses around both of Illinois
ends very effective, deceiving1 the visi
tors completely. Buckley was shoved
over the goal line in a line smiisli be
tween Illinois' left tackle and left end.
Tones kicked goal.
After that nobody could score, Illi
nois and Iowa both bracing when the
line was in danger. llannum, Mc
Knight and Huston hit Iowa's line
hard making frequent and good gains,
('apt. Rothgeb. with two ininuteft to
play, desperately tried to place kick
from the 50-yard line, but the ball
was blocked. Iowa could not gain
and punted. The half ended on Illi
nois' 45-yard line. Score: Iowa, 6;
The Second Hair.
The second half was characterized
by magnificent braces by both elev
ens.. Iowa used Allen, Jones, McCJow-
an and Buckley for good gains, hitting
Illinois' line terrifically hard. The
ball was marched rapidly down field,
Coulthar, Griffith and Jones adding
gain:; in good end runs of 15 to 20
yards. Buckley was pushed over the
line and Jones kicked a difficult goal.
After that both sides played great
ball, the lines, stiffening at critical
moments, after Iowa lost ground.
Griffith carried the ball back 20 yards
to retain possession. Iowa was penal
ized for off-side and holding, and llli-
Lncis sent MeKnight, Hi:nnum and
Rothgeb through the line.
Illinois tritd three end runs in vain,
and Iowa recovered the ball fin her
own 20-yard lint-. Illinois prevented
lonir cains. however, and Jones punt
ed 60 yards to Illinois 15-yard line
where the visitors fumbled.
Illinois smashed the line hard, car
rying the ball back to Iowa's 35-ynrd
line. There they lost the ball on
fumbles. Jones, Coulthar and Grif
fith made end runs and Buckley, Jones
and Allen pounded Illinois line.
On Illinois 20-yard lir.e Iowa was
penalized 20 yards for holding. Their
fake place kick was tried, but ones
failed, losing the ball on a fumble.
Griffith captured a quarter-back kick
and carried the ball back IS yards to
Illinois 30-yard line. Time was called
and the game ended, Iowa 12; Illinois,
0. The line-up:
Iowa Position Illinois
Waters left end Dillingcr
Scwin left tackle. . . .Moynihan
Atkinson left guard. . . .Rothgeb
Johnson center. . . .Ilazelvvood
Donovan. . . .right guard. Fairweather
McGowan right tackle Wiley
Coulthar right end Kaston
Griffith quarterback Barter
Allen left half lluntoon
Jor.es right half Hannnm
F. Buckley full back MeKnight
Referee Ralph llogan, Chicago, 111.
Umpire George Walbridge, Chicago.
Lineman R. S. Martin, Cedar Rapids.
Timekeeper Max Mayer. Iowa City.
Time of halves 30 minute;;. Attend
BENNETTS CLAIM THE
Th-. Bennetts were defeated yes
terday afternoon by the East Moline
Athletic club at the East Moline Ath
letic club field 41 to 0. The East End
boys outweighed the Bennetts by 20
pounds to a man. The Bennetts
wish to announce that they claim
The use of Royal Baking Powder is
essential to the healthfulness of the
Yeast ferments the food.
Alum baking powders are injurious.
Royal Baking Powder saves health.
ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO.j NCW YORK.
CUT FOR XOIJVJVE'R OF y. M. C. A. MEM
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The "3'J9" membership, contest
which has been in progress at the Y.
M. C. A. is drawing to a close. Many
new members have been added to the
rolls as the result of the vigor with
which the contestants have prosecut
ed their campaigns, and from the
present outlook it is believed that the
.total number secured when the con
test ends. Dee. 3, will be but little
under the number set as a mark to be
Those who, under the terms of the
contest, are entitled to the honor will
be given a banquet at the association
hall Dec. 10, and at that time the win
ner will be presented with the cup, a
likeness of which is hereby "given.
This cup has been purchased by the
association and does not become the
pro pert 3 of the part- who wins it. It
is to be given in the winner of the
contest each year, to be kept during
the 3'ear fallowing, at the end of
which it will again be competed for.
The cup is a handsome affair of sil
ver and lined with gold. The name of
the championship of tlse tri-eities for
their avei'agc w eight. Manager Bloch
linger states that the Bennetts will
have the same team next year and it
will be trained by Coach Sv.anson.
The Twelfth Street Juniors Satnr
i;y afternoon defeated the West Km!
Juniors Ijy a score i f 12 and 0.
The Pontiac township high school
has issued a challenge to aiv other
high school team in the state to play
for the championship of Illinois high
schools. Pontiac has not been de
feated this ear and has beaten Nor
mal 21. to (. Normal beat the best
teams in the southern part of the
state. Pontine also beat Joiiet 12 to
5, and the latter lost to Knglewood
1)3" only one point, ( to 5. Pontiac de
feated Watseka ti to 0. and Wntseka
defeated Hvde Park 34 to 0.
CO UN r V TKM PLE.
Nov. 21. .lames N. Picirto J. K.
Johnson, lot '.'. block I, Heed's subdiv.
outlot A. Stewart's second add., South
Rock Island Sainirs hank to Allert
K. Mclnnis. lot 2. block :;, V. M. Bland
ing's first add.. Kock M;md, $250.
Maria M. Long to W. V. St a fford. lot
13, block 2tj(M. Schnell's add.. Kock Isl
and. $ .
FEW CHANGES IN FORM OR
At this seasi 11 the bicycle traveling
salesmen are beginning an active can
vass for the placing of next summer's
stocks of wheels. The manufactur
ers have decided what improvements
ovVr the old models the- are to in
augurate and the salesmen on the
road have in their sample cases ma
chines such as will be ridden next
season. According to a traveling bi
cycle man there will be few changes
over the models of the past season in
"The factories are looking for a
big trade again next 3-ear," said he,
"but never again will as mai- wheels
the winner will be engraved upon it
The social committee of the Young
Men's Christian association at a meet
ing Saturda- evening arranged for a
number of functions during the win
ter. Next Frida3" evening there is to
be a social for the juniors and Dec. 18
there is to be one for the seniors, the
latter a hard times affair. On New
Year's the association will have open
house all da3 the social features to
be in charge of the young people of
Broadwav- Presbyterian church. Feb.
22 there will be a George Washington
social for the seniors and their gen
tlemen friends,- and March 17 there
will be a St. Patrick's social, and
March 31 an April fool social.
The board of directors meets
morrow evening at 8 o'clock.
The conference this evening to
cuss the feasibility of forming a
eitj- basketball league will be attend
ed by the representatives of the asso
ciations, high schools and colleges of
Chicago Northwestern, i; Wiscon
Ann Arbor Michigan, 42; Ober
Iowa City Iowa. 12; Illinois. 0.
Ames, la. Ames college. Seconds,
10: Oak high school. 0.-
Toled Notre Dame. 35; Ohio
Cambridge Yale. Hi; - Ilavnrd, 0.
Bethlehem. Pa. Lehigh, 12; Lafay
ette, ".. ' '
New P.runswick Rutgers, 0; Frank
lin and Marshall. 0.
Annapolis Yirgina Polytechnic, 11;
I IK i II 'SCHOOLS.
Culver, hid. Culver Military acade
my, IS; I'nivtM-sit.v high school, Chi-
li.wa ( in -Davenport. 2; West
Libe-y, 0. '
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs
and colds; reliable, tried and tested,
safe and sure. Sold by all druggi6ts.
BICYCLES OF 1904
be sf Id in on-.' year as there were two
years ago. The trade has fallen off
somewhat in the past two years;
nevertheless all of the companies
making wheels enjoyed a good trade
the past year, although in the west,
owing to the rain, wheels were not
used as commonly as they general
are. "The wheels of 1004 will be about
the same as the3" were this 3'ear. but
some of the factories have made slight
changes In the line of improvements.
These changes will malte no mnterial
difference in the looks of wheels and
T don't know" as many of them will
offer aii3" great advantages to the
riders, but of course there must be
some change each 3-ear, and ever3"
one of these changes will surely
catch the e e of somebodj", w ho will
consequently make a purchase.
"Some '3clists do not ride the same
wheel more than one season. In the
fall they either give their wheel awnj
or sell it cheap, and when spring
comes the3" purchase one of the latest
models. This is a good wa3" to do, jio
doubt, and it makes business good for
us, but ever3" cue cannot afford to
"The low handles will be used quite
extensive' next jear, and man3 of
the riders have good' arguments in
their favor, notwithstanding the fact
that the3" have been labeled back
breakers, etc. It is claimed, and
rightby, I believe, that the low han
dles are good for the tystem, even
though they cause the rider to as
sume a doubled-up position. 'By lean
ing over on the handles the jolts and
jars of riding are allowed to pass
through the body and pla3" off in the
arms; while if the rider sat erect the
jolts and jars would perhaps pla3" on
some tender part of the body. The
best critics agree on this subject, J
"The price of bicycles will range
about the same in l'.K)4 as they did
this year, and they can be purchased
all the way from $ 15 to $00 or $75."
Many Looking Forward to the
Rock Isfand-Daverport Foot
CHANCES OF LOCALS ABE GOOD
High School Alumni litre a Band
Moliae May be on
Enthusiasm is beginning to run
Jiigh over the football game to be
pla3"ed Thanksgiving afternoon be
tween the Rock Island and Davenport
high school elevens. This contest is
the last and most interesting of the
seasou's games because :f the great
rivalry which exists between the
towns and because this game settles
the tri-cit" championship. Both teams
have put Moline safely out of the way
airi are work'ng hard to come out
first in Thursday's truggle.
Mr. Dove, Rock Island's coach, to
iluy said that, viewing the work of the
local boys since the Moline game, he
believes their chances are of the
brightest. When asked what he
thought of their chances in view of
the comparative scores with Moline,
he replied that comparative scores
were always deceptive and that Mo
line undoubted' played a much bet
ter game against Rock Island than
against Davenport, so that, although
it would seem that Davenport was
superior, he would attach no impor
tance to that fact.
Several of the football boys saw the
game between West Libertj' and Dav
enport Satimlaj' and report that Dav
enport played good ball in everj" par
ticular. Still thej- do not feel thnt
the3" have reason to be alarmed. In
two 15-minute halves Davenport ran
up a score of 28 to 0 against West
Llbert3", and that is about what Rock
Island did. In 20 and 25-minute halves
the score against the Iowa town was
45 to 0. But the West Libert3" mana
ger and captain are reported to have
predicted that Rock Island will win
in the Thanksgiving game.
The Unenp Unrhanred.
The lineup will be about the same
as for the Moline game, or as fol
lows: Coleman, center; Morrison,
right guard; Cozad, left guard;
(iraves, right tackle; Khrhorn, left
tackle; MeManus, right end; Grif
fiths, left end; Adamson, quarter
back; Souders, right half; Liitt, left
half; Sullivan, full back.
The bo-s are going into the game
with full determination to win. The
girls megaphone club will be on hand
to do their share in supporting the
team, and a large number of the boys
will go as rooters. It is reported' that
the alumni will turn nut in full force
and have hired a brass band to make
things lively. Moline is interested,
and it is proposed to have the game
in that eit3" in the morning instead of
in the afternoon, so that no one will
be prevented from seeing the real
contest of the day in Davenport. Rock
Is land players hope this arrangement
will be made, for it will not only
swell the crowd, but will give the
local players some additional support
on the side lines.
The official list of players of last
season's Southern league baseball
teams drafted by clubs of leagues of
a higher class has been issued from
the office of President William Kavan
augh. It shows that the league loses
It players, for whom $3,500 has been
received., and as much more will be
paid dune 1. l'.HM.
The nuiney is all in the hands of
President Kavanaugh and will be de
livered to the officials of the different
clulvs at the meeting Dee. 15. New
Orleans loses more plavers than nny
other club, five being drafted, while
Nashville and Montgomery lose none.
Little Rock loses two. The 14 men
drafted are as follows:
Little Rock Delehanty, Mahling.
Memphis Atz, Breitenst ein.
Atlanta Stafford, Doughertj.
Shreveport Hulzeman, Fisher.
New Orleans Rickert. Adams, Wrig
le3. Montgomery. Brouthers.
The Chicago Ameriman league team
has drafted and paid for Atz, second
baseman; Dougherty, pitcher; Wrig
le3", second baseman; Montgomery
and Hulzeman, outfielders, and Smith
and Adams, pitchers. The Boston Na
tional league has taken Delehanty.
while New; York has taken Fisher,
pitcher. Newark, of the Eastern
league, gets Pitcher Breitenstein,
Shortstop Mahling, First Baseman
Stafford and Outfielder Rickert. Third
Baseman Brouthers goes to Toledo.
The ease of Pitcher Lynch; drafted
by Newark, is still undecided and has
been referred to the national board.
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