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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2.5, 1900.
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Riilit Dress is
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winter in union suits
and single garments is
larger than ever.
don't fail to visit our
before buying your win
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THEY SURELY WILL PLEASE
WE CAN SERVE YOU WITH
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PUMPKINS AND ASSORTED
FRUITS FOR YOUR PARTY.
1716 Second Avenue
I can sell vu either a new or slightly
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an ordinary instrument. Let me
quote you iigi.res rnd show you some
magnificent examples. I can sell on
ea-sy monthly inMallments, same as
cash, whea desired. Address,
L. C. FINCH,
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American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Farmers Ins. Co York. Pa.
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co.. .N. Hampshire
Northern Ins. Co New York
Security Ins. Co New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. . .Kockford, 111.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Connecticut
Office, room ?., lmrortl block. Rates
aj low as consistent with security.
WENT TO KINNEY
Milwaukee Lad Given Decision
Over Bennie Yanger in Dav
SILER'S VERDICT POPULAR
Match Main Go of Exceptionally Good
Program McFarland Upset
!ile decision ii'
( 'it ic.tgo a f r r 1 "
nt' Milwaukee obtained
IT I'll litlie Yallger of
rounds of hard milling
II Ihe H,';fis iijii la houe under the
auspices (if tile Ozark At hie! it: club
!a.-t eveiiinir. Kinney had the crowd
wi'ii 1 1 i :tl :tini the vi niicl if I'eferee
. b-orge Siier was a popular one.
The program was a good one one
uf t!ie bi,sl l.iat has been seen ill Iav
nport. Tli ie uric i w i preliminaries
and a st mi windup. all ending with
Knockouts, and. stiangely noiib. each
it riniiiaie d in the third round
(iii i i in i na i h s wi re inn-sided. Ki
iner uf laei;port disposing
I!;i klev i.f Chicago, and Young
ney uf Cedar Rapids putting out Kid
Lang f Chicago.
Tlle sellli Willdllp bet Wei ll Packy Mc-
rarlaiid and Fred Cilmorc. recently
Liadnatid from ihe a ma ! u - class, was
I'M-itinn while ii lasted, l'.olli Imys
were eager lur tin- fray, and as they
.tire i v i ii in weii-at and appar. inly
-'. matched ot ln'iw iso. a hard liattle
was I. nikeil fur. lint from the tap of
gi nig M cFa i Jam
w ii -in pri-ini;
sa i'.t d into his
f . jiii in tin- .-lumacb and no: tivin
pporiuni' tor his more eiongaied op-
nin III to In le lit by his Io!iger reacn.
'y iae time I'ackx had taken the wire
i dL-i's nil'. t;i!uioie was Ii.niging on
wilhollt enough -te;iil left to I c - i v i- a
telling blow. in ibe i i 1 1 1 i Fred was
floored twice, ami when he went down
I he third lime Sili-r awarded the light
to Aid- ar.'aml. 1 lie go ;is scheduled
for in rounds. v-
I v i Ii lie Siiiil-il Muni Oiii-n.
Ill the main bout of tlie evening Kin
liey illldo.iati -diy withstood the more
.- vere punisanieiii. taking the battle
from beginning to end. but his slaying
powers iii ie superior to the older man".
Kinney landed two Mows for title, but
.-eh!o:c was he a
I fe scarcely jal i .
sr.-ioii. when la
! to do anv damag".
d h:s man till I he final
put over a couple of
iriy upset Yaimer and
had much to do with
iiunchi s ilia; n.
iii" awarding ot the victorv
Kinney did ail of t.ie leading. Ih
i;si d :i b it jab straight over that found j
lodgement on the -ide of Yanger's head,
but v;is ioo weak to coinir for anything.
In return Hennje rarely failed to get in
a !i rrific right smash to the stomach
that I'leijlli lit !y doubled the Irish bid
up and eau-id him to hold on in the
clinch s til; recovered sutlici nt ly to
defend himself. Toward the end Kin
ney Mil veil Yanger's style of delivery
and was able to block many of the
vicious one-. Yanger's steam also grew
perceptibly less. Kinney, on the other
hand, seemed as .Mrong at the finish as
he w;iS after the tifsf three or four
rounds, and he continually improved
upon his tyle of getting at his man.
tansir in nil ins; Ciiiim-.
Yariger from 'he start played a wait
ing game, evidently believing that K hire.-
would wiar himself out and would
( -eniual'y be easy to dispose of. He
invited tlie lii.-hman to com- in. he'd
I'.im off with a straight arm and other
wise tan'abzed him. Dave Parry, in
Yanger's corner, continually coached
him and helped plan traps for the .Mil
wank eon. Yanger fought from his
opponent's coiner that lie might the
more easily catch the signals Yang"r
'"id nio-t effective work from the
sixth to the ninth rounds. Several
i nil especially in close work, his
.iglit tore thiogh to Kinney's jaw
and i he latter was forced to stall ibs-
STERLING OFFICER TELLS SOME OF
THE TROUBLES OF THE FISH WARDEN
Fisli wardens have' their troubles.
Recently an account of the operations
of a couple of fishermen who were said
(o be seining Sand slough ii'-ar Savanna
and si lling their catch at Clinton was
publish d in newspapers in that vi
cinity and the d puty warden ot tlit
district was criticised for failing to do
his dutv and bring ihe offenders to
justice. Y. F. Mangan. the official
aimed at. who is a resident of Sterling,
replied with lh following letter to the
"Sterling. 111.. Oct. P. 1 fine;. Kditor
Savanna Times. Dear Sir: I have just
received a copy of your I-ening Time;
dated Oct. IX. pun;, in which you at
tack myself as not doing my duty as
fish warden. In reply to the same will
say that the salary is $.('oo and lots of
cus.-ing. All tlie deputy warden gets
Thshri.lilu ihlnr In tlovp
ixill-h fer mini. C.lve. ntih-k
hrilliunt lntr.' and IKt-
! Ill RN OIT.
I'lClCK SAMPL15 A-I.lrei.9 Dept.!.
I :.:.i"lit orh A- "o. . A rt..7 l(inl'Ti St.. N. .
(eV- Trade Mrk V"L
I irately to save himself. In the ninth
Ittnnie jarred Steve so severely that
lie fell, when released from a clinch
hut was immediately back on his feet
From the lOrh on Kinney began to re
cover, while Yanger's strength seemed
to ebb. It was only in the final round
I'Owever. that Yrmger gave evidence
that the punishment was having any
( ffecf. rioih men were more or less
marked up, Yangcr the more so, from
glancing blows and hard rubs in the
( niHil fur Kinney.
The crowd was with Kinney through
out. partly in admiration of his "spirit
ed offensive work and partly, no doubt
because he was considered to have the
worst of if in the decision when he met
Joe Calligau in Davenport recently.
and his admirers desired to see that
lie bad all that was coming to him last
evening. Among those who challenged
the winner were .limniie I'otts of .Min
neapoHs, anil .Maurice Savers of .Mil
MURPHY NOW FULL OWNER
Actual Control of the National Baseball
League Champions Passes.
Cincinnati. Oct. '2't. President
Charles W. .Murphy of the Chicago Na
tional league baseball ( lub became t lit
owner of the con; rolling interest in tin
new National league champions yes
i ida y. The club changed hands Nov
I. 1!mi.-,. when Charles I. Taft secured
control oi the team. Air. Anirnliv. who
was, formerly assistant city editor
lite limes-Mar. ot which Air. latt. is
pi oprietor, invested his own saving
in the club, and it has prospered under
his direction. As a reward for th
manner in which the (dub has been
conduct ed. .Mr. .Murphy has been allow
ed to assume control of the Chicago
club, and in the future he goes into
National league mietings on an even
footing with t! iher club owners. He
now owns more than otic half of th
sn.ck of the club.
TO FORM NEW BALL LEAGUE
Meeting tD Be Held at Quincy Nov. 1
Good Towns in Circuit.
Quincy. III.. Oct. L'.V A meeting will
be held here Nov. 1 for the purpose of
organizing a baseball league compris
ing the cities of Ojiincy. l'.ut lington.
CI ntoii. Davenport. Jacksonville. Han
ni'ial and possibly Freepoit and Keo
kuk. Draft for Three-Eye Players.
I.loomingtoii. 111.. Oct. 2"i. National
Secretary .1. H. Fair 11 yesterday in
formed 1'residt nt Holland of the Three
Fye league that Will Wiight. pitcher,
with IUoomington : Ituss Ford, pitcher,
and J. A. Konan. second baseman, both
with Cedar Itapids. had been drafted
by major It ague clubs, names not giv
en. A draft for $I.."iuii accompanied
BOWLERS IN WEEKLY MATCH
Reck Island Bowling Club Teams Make
Good Scores at the Harms.
The Iiock Island Howling club held
its regular weekly match last evening
at Hotel Harms. The scores made
show considerable improvement as the
following results indicate:
TIC A Al NO. I.
W. Moeller 115 112 135
Tl. onis 13! 171 141
R 'mors 132 lis 1C2
Seaoed 157 It:'. 110
Total 54:5 5!7 53:5
TKAMi NO. 2.
L. Moeller M7 1C7 1 15
Ki.nimerer 15!i 137 141
N winan Ki' 121 13C
Pecker Ins 1C7 12;
Total 525 5!i5 551
A Badly Burned Gir!
Or boy. or woman, i.; quickly out of
pain, if IJuekb'ti's Arnica salve is ap
plied promptly. (5. J. Welch. ef Tckon
sl a. Mich., says: "I use it in my fam
ily for cuts, sores and all skin injuries,
and find it perfect." Quickest pile cure
known. Pest healing salve made1. 25c
at Hartz & I'llenieyer's drug store.
is one-half the fines he collects, and
o i all knoe that the tramp fisherman
is a hard person to collect money from.
Now tin re are lots of would be sport
fishermen who are loud in voice, but
very poor in helping to enforce the
law. I get letters and the cry is, "Do
not bring my name in this, as I do not
wish to make trouble." Others call in
person and say 'Mr. So and So is
seinii- :. but don't mention my name.'
'Then, again, when you find some
on. on whom you have a sure thing,
th constable will not serve the pa
pers. Why? P.ecause they do not get
their fees so they can buy fodder for
their horses. 'Fishermen too poor to
pay. Who is to blame? Our supervis
ors refuse to pay the constable's fees.
I have been at Fulton. Prophetstown.
Kiie. Lynden, at my own expense, and
at every place except Fulton they have
refused to come out and help catch the
men who violate the law. Now if you
have a sure thing at Savanna, and you
know who the parties are and have two
or three good witnesses who will help
bring those fish tramps to justice, we
will be on hand to put them where they
will not fish any more for some time.
"Don't find fault until you know the
fact, and then if the law is not enforc
ed, try some one else. I will do every
thing in my power if the true fisher
men will only help.
"W. F. MA NO AN.
"Deputy Fish Warden."
Augustana Students Learn That
Directors Were Powerless
in Basketball Matter.
RETURN TO CLASS ROOMS
Executive Committee Explains Situa
tion and Report is Made in Chapel
Mass Meeting Called.
Ihe excitement among the students
of Augustana colle-ge which was at
high pitch yesterday on account of ib
death blow to basket ball, has subsided
and recitations we're continued todav
wnn an 01 me eonegians who partici
pated in the demonstration vesterdav
111 attendance. In accordance with the
request of the students, the ( xecuti
ei in 1 ti 1 ! 1 1 1 1 ot tlie board of directors
convened at tlie college yesterday af
ternoon at l o clock lor the purpose ol
hearing the appeal from the decision
re tide-red Tuesday by th' directors.
The executive committee, after heal
ing the committee appointed by tin
students, stilted that they wished it tin-
del stood that the hoard of directors is
a subordinate body to the synod and
could not under any circumstances.
overrule any action ot the higher au
thority. Tli' session of the executive
committee lasted tor several hours.
lnlril lri-li!eii( K-irls.
Uito I'eterson. president of the stu
dent s union, addressed the students al
chapel exe-rcisi's this morning and re
ported the result o the special meet
ing of the executive committee. He
urged the coileg.ans to resume their
class work as there was no alternative
Hid the directors are powerless in the
mattir. It was decided to convene in
a mass meeting this alternoon at
o clock. .Much heated discussion too!
place as a result of a division in the
student bodv as to their procedure.
.Many consider their conduct yesterday
unjust and are determined to discon
tinue any luri her war against the au-
thoillies. I h; students largely regret
tne position taken vesterdav and are
desirous of making propi r explanation
to the board of directors.
Idjnrril (lnir ( :iur.
I're.-ident Andreen urged the stu
dents at chapel exercises this morning
to make an effort to undo the wron
they had committed, lie stated that ;t
was us less to resort to such methods
ind that ir would be difficult in the
lace of such actions to have the rule
passeil hy tlie synod repealed. .
further demonstration bv the studeiiu
is anticipated, their activity now bein
enter d on the campaign for a repeal
of this action of the sMiod.
TERMS OF JOE GANSrarket:p ,,
Provisietis and Produce.
Kansas City, Mo... Oct. 25. Ratling
Nelson has accepted the proposition o
Joe (Jans to fight for the lightweight
championship and the best purse of
Milwaukee. Oct. 25. Unless Ratling
Nelson comes to terms and signs arti
cles for a battle with Joe flans before
Friday, the colored champion will take
on Kid Heiinan.
"Nelson has been talking a great
deal lately about the unfairness he was
subjected to in the (Joldfield fight, and
his willingness to meet me again
said (lans last night. "Now he will
have to coin to terms or keep quiet.
The c.nlv thing I will insist upon in
drawing up the articles is that I get f.
ner cent ol the purse, win, lose, or
draw. Half my end will go to some
charitable institution, so that my share
of the purse will be smaller than Nel
son's. I will give the Dane until Fri
dav to com' to terms, and if he does
not I will sign to meet Kid Herman
Nelson Buys Land.
Chicago. Oct. 25. An "agreement to
sell" filed yesterday in the recorder's
office indicates that Ratling Nelson in
tends to invest some of lus prize ring
earnings in land. The papers concern
the transfer of 40 acres of land in
Hegevvisch. between One Hundred and
Thirtv-sixth and One Hundred and
Thirty-eighth street, and Avenue F
and Avenue K. the price being $31,200.
Niels Nelson Is the purchaser.
Marv R. Cox makes the transfer.
Rheumatism Cured in 24 Hours.
T. J. Blackmore, of Haller & Plack-
more, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short-,
time since I procured .1 hot lie of Mys
tic Cure. It got me out of the house in
21 hours. I took to my bed with rheu
matism nine months ago and the Mystic
Cure is the only medicine that did me
any good. I had five of the best physi
cians in the city, but I received very
little help from them. I know the Mys
tic Cure to be what it is represented
and take pleasure in recommending it
to other poor sufferers." Sold by Otto
Grotjan. 1501 Second avenue. Rock Is
land: Gust Schlegel & Son. 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
When a horse is so overworked It
lies down and in other ways declares
inability to go further, you would con
sider it criminal to use force. Many
a man of humane impulses, who would
not willingly harm a kitten. Is guilty
of cruelty where his own stomach is
concerned. Overdriven, overworked.
when what it needs is something that
will digest the food eaten and help the
stomach to recuperate. Something like
Kodol for Dyspepsia that is sold by all
druggists. ' - - "
Chicago. Oct. 25. Following are the
market quotations today
.May, 43 i.
I t .
1 it V .
42V. 43. 12Va. 42:
43. 43.. r.i.
July. 4 A. 4i't
101 001 001
- V2t " .'2 I '
31". 34 &. 34 34.
July. 33. 33 '4. 33, 33.
January, 13.7."i, 13. 75. 1 ::.(;.". 13.
-May. 13.su. 13. Sb. 13.72. 13.72.
October. 1I.S5. O.Sf. :.77, !.Sn.
January. S.35. S.:i7. S.30. S.::u.
May. S.::.-,, s.:j2. S.27. S.27.
October, s.30. S.3.".. K.3o. S.3.",.
January, 7.4a. 7.47. 7.42. 7. 42.
May, 7.:t. 7.;2. 7.57. 7.57.
IJeccipts today Wh:il. ;i; corn.
173: oats. 201.
Hogs. lX.ono; cattle, M.OOO; sheej)
20.0011. Hogs left over. I. feu.
Hog market opened shade lower.
Light 5.!5J' (;.::5 ; mixed and butcliers
C.ooC.lo; good heavy 5.75'f ;.4o ;
rough heavy 5.75' 5. H5.
Cattle market op ned slow and
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha, 2.noii; caith. 2. Sou;
hogs at Kansas City. i;.(mo; cattle,
I'. S. Yards, S:lo a. in. Hog inaik- i
strong to .c fiigher.-- Light oiKii (,. 10 ;
mixed and butchers iiMn'ii d.-1 5 ; good
heavy ;. 42 : lough heavy 5. soft
Cattle market steady Iteeves :y,7,ri
.20; cows and heifers I . In 1 . 1 1 1 ;
tockers and feeders 2.;u I ..",11.
Sheep market steady.
Hog market closed strong 5 to 1 1 u
higher. Light t;.05Ti d. 12: mixed and
butchers C.OO'T C.5o ; good heavy 5.V.'
1.50: rough hravv 5.S5tf7 0.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York Stocks.
New York. Oct. 25. Cas Ml. V. IV
lsl. V. S. Steel preferred 105"s. 1'. S.
Steel common 40, Heading 1 lo 'K. liock
Island common 27. O. it W. 45'. South
ern Facibc :ior,. ,. . Central 12-s
Missouri Pacific !t3"s. L. & N. 113' ..
t, C. F. f. 51 1 ,. Canadia.i
Illinois Central 173-.
Krie 43' ,. C. tt (). 57 v.
15. & (). 11S;. Atchison
15. R. T. 7S8,
looir.. Locomotive 75, Sugar 133. St.
Paul 17o-. Copper 11ovm. Republic
Steel pivfe-rred !7, Republic Ste-el com
mon .ia's. Southern ivy.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. Oct. 25. Following are
the wholesale Quotations in today's
1 p,,!,,.,- unrin. i.iii-.t.-f.iio on
to $4.00 per dozen; hens, per lb., Sc;
ducks, per lb., 11c: turkeys, per lb.
13c; geese, per lb., 11c.
Putter Dairy. 20c to 22c.
Vegetables Potatoes, new, 50c to
Eggs Fresh, 22c.
Cattle Steers. $3.5o to $f!00; cow
and heifers. $2.00 to $5.0n; calves. $1.50
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3 'o $5;
lambs, $4.00 to $0.50.
Hogs Mixed. $5.50 to $0.25.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn. 50c; new. 45c; oats. 32c
Wood Hard, per load $"" to $5.50.
Forage Timothy hay, $13 to $14;
prairie, $10 to $13: clover, mixed, "fUj
to $13; straw. $G to $7.
Coal Lump, bushel, 18c; slack, per
bushel, 10c to 12c.
Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from
grapes, refined to absolute purity, is the active
prip.ciple of every pound of Royal Baking
Hence ii: is that- Royal Baking Powder
renders ihe food remarkable both for its fine
flavor and healthfulness.
No alum, no phosphate which arc the
principal elements ofthsso-calledcheap
baking powders and which ara der i ved
if cm benes; reds mid sulphuric acid.
ROYAL. eAK!!G rOV0
I Cravenetle Watershed
Our Sincerity Make.
$12.50 to $25.
& Inspection Invited.
U. & S.
s 1 2.ro
PUT ON THE TAX
Remedy Proposed to Rid Country
of the Bill Board
BY AMERICAN CIVIC ASSN.
Organization in Session at Milwaukee
Shows Steady Gain m
Milwaukee. Oct. 25. '-Tax the
hoards out of existence." will be
battle cry of tlx American Civic
sociation for the next tar as the
suit of plans decided upon at its
nual convention which opened yester
day. Sentiment in favor of aggressive
steps against billboards characterized
all addresses before the convi ntinn to
day and the organization will bring 'o
bear upon this problem the same pow
erful influences which made successful
its campaign for the preservation if
Secretary Woodruff pres nted his
annual report as did also William P
Howland. treasurer. The membership
and financial support was increasi A
more than 5o p r cent over last yea''.
A Young Mother at 70.
"My mother has suddenly been mado
young at 70. Twenty years of intense
suffering from dyspepsia had entirely
disabled her, until six months ago.
when she began taking Electric Hit
ters, which have completely cured her
and restored the strength and activity
she had in the prime of life." writes
Mrs. W. L. Oilpatrick. of Danforth,
Me. Greatest restorative medicine1 on
the globe. Sets stomach, liver and
Kidneys right, purifies the blood, and
cures malaria, hiliousnescs and. weak
nesses. Wonderful nerve tonic. Price
50c. Guaranteed by Hart. & I'lleniey
er's drug store.
news all the time
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