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THE AU(iUS, T1IUKSDAV, lElilUJAKY 21, 1007.
Suit Made to
PUTS KINNEY OUT
Packy McFarland Ends Battle
in the 15-Round With Blows
to Face and Head.
HAD BEST OF IT THROUGHOUT
nitri:u inn m: in. oik.
Fiyht at the Burtis, Davenport, Shows
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ici McFni land's tcrrilic Mows put
;V vc K'mncy to ill ni.it I;;:' :!; ciunt
in I lie unit 1 1 muni! of t "no hunt hefoi e
tlic Tril'ity Athletic dub at ilif l!ur-'i.-
iit;i house. Davenport, last rvcti
in v.. I'.iokj's punch li.nl i Ik- Milwaukee
In y in a had way throughout the light,
hough they swapped hiows 'hrougli
iii! in a maimer to keep tile lion! in
eivsting. Alter tile second round the
hilling d Is. which had heen ."i to 4
for McFai land, changed to '2 to 1 in
hi- iawir. .McFai land started with a
iii. 'i in t lie tils' two rounds, anil though
Kintii y lame, d some good blows, he
did imi have tin- steam in them to do
my damage. McFatlami fought in his
u.-nal style. Keeping himsell' carefully
:';inii"l, nailing hard hlows at his op
ponent's jaw and neud, ami hammering
Kinney's kidneys in l he clinches in :i
! :!ing way. In the ihiul Kinney did
in;er. and seeim d to have the hest of
i; -ligirly. Inn front that on MoFar
land had it all his way.
st i-il liy l.onti.
Ill t!ie stventh Kinney was saved hy
the g.i::g. and the crowd hi-lk-vcil. ..s
I'ud'y- did. ilia' had there heen a few
si conds more. Kinney would have heen
finished then. In the dghth Tacky
landed frequently on Kinney's jaw and
head, ami continued his kidney ham
mering. lh- forced the lighting all the
way. and in the iiirUli locked Kinney's
left arm and sen three successive !ef; s
to the jaw and head, following them
with a right that put Kinnev to the
mat. IVfetc the count was finished
Kinney's seconds thtew up tile sponge,
n :i!izing that tin- Chicago hoy had
Kinney hestcd. Kinmy tough: a hard
light, hut his punch did not have the
force hack of it. and McFarland came
out without a seraion.
Hc:il for A n .
After the fight McFarkind iinnouiieed
nil he is nady to take on any of the
inneulieis of rite 1 ightweight s. wi; li
nt . xeeiii ien. He is undefi :U ed. and
is hiit tie of la-t night showed him to
a comer. p.: tin v Ynngcr. Kid Lu
is and .hie Knlligau wired challenges
i I I'.e winner.
'file seaii-windup was to have heen
ei ween the original Kid I-armor ot
hietiLo and .hick I'lirtell of Ka'nsas
III fro.eii dai'iiies for Washing
ton's hinhdiy. ale the hit of iho
ice cream season.
Our orgiai! Washington pu 1
ding is the richest and inosi ap
pi.'priale iee cream ever inn )-
dueeil. In ; et c
ili'.;lon part v. It.
at jour Wash-
is i itoly new.
)ur indit idua! Wa. liin-n it ic
cream log, with his little hatch:',
the Yankee roll in national col
ois. and the cannon hall whh
the stars ami slripis, are tin.1
handsomest ami prettiest h'
signs ever originated for this :
casion. In.-isl on ordering jour ice
en am I mm us. and yen will
never he disappointed.
1710 Second Avenue
COLON A SAND
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar
and Trimming a Specialty.
For ehcitpnesB, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. Thig
tone does not wash or color
the wall with alkali, etc. Plana
sent ua for estimate will re
ceive careful attention and b
returned at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. 5 and 10 will
top and let visitors off and on.
Bridge, Stoae, Corn Crtb Blucka
mm4 Foundation Stoa, uj U
Samples of stone and photos
of buildings -can be seen at
Room 12, Mitchell & Lycde
ARTHUR BURRALL, Managar
Rock Island or Colona, III,
City, but Farmer failed to appear, aad
Dick Hart of Chicago was substituted.
He had hut. short notice, and was un
prepared. The match, however, was a
draw. Hart bail a good left swing,
hift criiild not set it in successfully.
I'urtell ducked and covered through
out, and Hart could not plain any hard
outs. The decision of Michael Ilogan.
declaring the Id-round bout a draw,
was very satisfactory.
I'mln i:i I In- Fourth.
The match between Kid Kramer of
IVbria and Young Mahoimy -of Moline
was ended in the fourth hy Hogan, who
nave the decision to Kramer. The de
cision was questioned at. first, until it
h came know n that Hogan feared that
Mahouey might be seriously injured,
ihis being; his fust ring hat'le.
'file preliminary heiween Tom .len
kins of Denver and Dummy West of
Oiiiimwa was a flapping niaich. and
was declared a draw by Referee Gra
ham. Young Lang of Chicago was giv
en the decision over Kid Delaney, the
Davenport colored tighter.
'I'he card attracted a big audience
that tilled the house.
One for Spike HoliMnti.
Philadelphia, I'eh. '1 Spike Uoh
son. the Knslish lightweight 'haiu
piwii. last niniit hested Harlem Tommy
Murphy in their third six-round hou;
within a year here. The 1 larlomiic
did some line light mi? in the tirst two
rounds, hut Kohson suddenly started a
series of lightning left jabs working
that le! Murphy's face looking; like
; piece of raw beef when the fight
ended. Kor a long time he did not
seem to work the jab effectively, but
toward the end Murphy could not
seem to escape, try as he might.
lli-M l till' Itillt.
Harry Lewis will light the most im
portant battle of his career tonight a'
Denver, when he meets Mike Twin
Suiiivan in a 1'i-re.und battle. On the
lestili of this go depends the little H -h:tw
fighter's future. If successful
against Twin he will ho rewarded with
a match with (Jams. If defeated by
Sullivan it is not likely that any pro
meter wil! offer a substantial purse for
;i meeting heiween the light wcig'U
champion and Lewis.
Dallling Nelson has tired of London
and is planning to return to this eoua
tiy within the next :u days. Accor 1
ig to a letter from Nolan. Hauling wid
he hack in this country within r
mouth, ready to hull a few more ch il
h tiges at Cans.
Young Kid Farmer of i'eoria. ami
Andy ISczcnah of Cincinnati have been
matched to lie'.iL L'u rounds at Hot
Springs I-eh. '5.
MANY WILL SH00I
Match Between Rock Island
and Cumberland Clubs to be
Participated in by 60.
IS FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP
Supper Shoct to Be One of Events cf
the Day at the Watch Tower
'fhe indications are that the shoot
ing tournament between t 1m - Uock Is
hind .(jim club and the Cumberland
iltin club of Diviiipoit. to ho ludil o
nioriow tit. the Watch Tower range,
lor the championship of Uock Islam!
and Scoil counties, and lor a hampt (
to he served alter the shoot., will be
cue of the largest events for the local
ttap shooters ever held in cither of
the two counties. Judging lrom the
appearance of the lists of shooters ;.;
the p rest nt time. I in re wiii tie about
thiily men on a side. The Cua.h :
hind club has reported shooters
Ti e shoot will commence al !i o'clock
tomorrow morning. Artangemen's
have Ik en made for a street car to
carry the spectators and shooters from
the Milan line to the grounds. Tie:
siipi.il' shoot is to be a tl."i bird match.
Kach shooter will be required to sho it
I is LT) birds at. some time during tie
day. his score to count on ins respeel-
tetim. There will also be a num
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
r of smaller matches during the day
for those who wish to participate.
I lock lliinrs MiirkMiisru.
The list of the local shooters, wh )
are entered at the present t:me. is a;
follows: S. H. Koliw.u t !;y, " i.
Long. I-:. C. ICiifihart. L. F. Uoliiiisou.
IC. Luch:i:atin, C. Dralle, H. Luehmana.
A. Host. Fritz Ktapp. A. ('. il.insoii. il.
Sackville. A. Mosentelder. C. Mos.m
lelder, W. A. I'orter. Len Koch. I'
Anthony. C. S-haflir. J. Hmiiley. Jo.1,1
Iii rry. F. Young. S. S. Lt nlugwell. :.
Meeller. and it. Kiamer. Theic are
a number of other shooters outer d
but the lists hae not hi-cu compieici
llllllM-rlilllll lull I'olltMtM I'Imii.
"file plan of holding shoots at dif
ferent times ill the week- for onvini
ence of members, in vogue In the
Keck Island C-tm club, has been adopt
ed by the Cumberland (!un club o,'
Dnvenpoit. witieh will heri n f t r slioot
on t!e scond and fourth Sundays and
Thnrsihiys. The Dawnportois have
a.ade arraiigoinenis for extensive i;t
pioemeins m ineir rtinge tit S'.iirii n,i,i
ThelaM oh tills
JpKwVEiagfia? r BIB AM
B Dr. P
icnETt34& : it "r' wwa ev-w e'-5 tw.y?iT?nrj- jr- irrir r
The New Pure Food Law
if you protect
by examining the label to see
that it says
For Pure Food
Cream Baking Powder
A PURE, CREAM OF TARTAR
POWDER MADE FROM GRAPES
The following from the Doston
Ciobe is copied by the Spoiling Nnvs
under tin; caption., "Tribuif to th
Only Stxton": "II. M.
Island, can look back
( xpet ience v, it It a gi oat
Sextoll of lei -k
at his basobad
i 11 1 ;T-
VICTORY PLACES THEM FIRST
Hundreds of Rock Island Readers Know
What It Means.
'fhe Kidneys ate overtaxed:
I la e too mia h to d i.
'fb j ie! about i' in man v aches and
I'ackacbe, siileaciie, hi adai.he,
l-'arly -ympioms of f idney ills,
rriua' .v t roiihles. diiibeles, Kright's
A Uock Island citizen tells lure a
i i tain cure.
Mrs. H. C. Clement of sl'o Twcniy
iiuilh sir, ei says: "I had a soreness
n tiiy back a'i the time, and when i
ilietitptcd to lift nnMli'mg. no tnalte:'
ow light, or do any stooping. I felt a
ink. Ai times I had shooting pains
ill over my bod... and when I laid
-A 1 1 it w;is almost impossible for me
i get up. I could not turn over in
ei Wliuoill SIITHTUIg exerm lai 1 11 vi i v. i
i lined of I loan's Kidney Fills, and ob
a in ing a box, 1 took them as directed.
IraduuUy the pain began to leave me.
tin', in a short time 1 was cured."
For stile by al; dealers. Price, ro
(cuts. Foster-Milburn company. Iluf-
ialo. N. Y., sole agents for the I'nited
Itenn inber Hie luinii' Doau's and
lake no ol tier.
est and extreme sat isfact ion. It was
.-'xton who fust called the nnoigai:
h'.ed minor leagues together ;it Clue t
u:i five cars ago and with rare skill
li' lped to weave the present suiistau
l a! minor league fabric that a; one
me looked like an lmpos.-inlc thing
blend. Mih" Sexton litis never phiy
1 politics for a moiniui. ami won his
p ace among the men who now coit
tiol baseball bv his skill in open de
le, as well as his keen Knowledge oi
tee lute points of baseball from all all
eles. Sexton was president of the
'hree-Kye league, one of the very best
lass 15 leagues in the country, bin
a - turned that position over to anolli-
r, while lie looks alter His luick is-
md club and keeps a do.-: tab on the
vaino through his connect um with I no
The litafl of a schedule for th"
flu ee-Lj e is reported to provide to-
only two games in the first Serb's, thu.-
giving each of the towns an opening
as soon as possihie alter I lie lieginning
of I lie season.
J. B. Zimmer I
Wish to announce
tos their patrons
and friends that
they have remov
ed their store
room to the sec
ond floor of the
Rooms 212 and 213
Cor. Eighteenth" St.
and Second Ave.
The last issue of Secretary Farrcll'-
b'lllelin shows that the trade between
Mobile and Decatur, in which Hrjcite
ami Moore figure, has been duly filed
ami that all doubt as to any falling
through of tile deal is at rest. Tin -re
was some apprehension lest Bryetle's
attitude in the matter would cause
some Diction. ltryette litis been or
dered to report to Mobile March la.
Pa ri Cunningham, years ago a fa
luous player with Uock Island, has
Li en secund by Northwestern unive;--siiy
to coach its baseball candidates.
Hampton and Driggs Lead in Y,
A. Handball Tournament.
The business men's handball tourna
ment at iho Y. M. C. A. wid s1!..lii com"
to an end. Four games were played
in the lourmimetii last (Veiling, ihe
fust between Hampton and Driggs and
Senders and Criggs . P.nth games were
won hy the latter, the fust bj a score
ol 111 to lu, and the s cond "1 to LI.
The winning of these two games pi. ices
Hampton and Driggs at tile head of the
list. The last two games were between
First tun! Huntoou
Schaffer. 'I'he liist
Fiist ami Huntoou,
game Hurnott and
the s-ore 21 to 1 1.
games played in the loiirnanieir this
evening, tin- lirst two between W'eis..
and Young ami Iturneit and SehalTer
and the second two hot ween Senders
and Criggs and First ami Hiiutoon.
i cit'-'cinblt s. Dainty and IV
I bel Harrison In. ads the ca-t
work in "The Laud of Nod'
"Babes ;:i Toy hitld" is familiar to :ii
thi.se who Ko"p posi'-a on things the
atrical. Joseph i'. Ilovnid. who
also tin- .it litis and composer, is se. u
it: iln' name part.
H tchcock in New Play. On Mat'ii
If Kaynii-ad Hit. liei.t U wil! he seen ,i
the U'imiis In a new Heti: W. S;iva-
production. "A Yankee- Ti.nii-l " whi -a
mav sat'elv iie called the comic ope:;;
s'teei ss i! the : i a.son. The pjeoe w.i -yyritien
by Uiehaiii Harding Davis,
Wallace Irw in ami Aified i!. Uoby
;iml a I aire it: or.n iiuig a'.id ttitere-:
iiig comic opera has n-.'er hi en book
id for tiiis 'city. Mr. i iitchcoi-k i- giv
en gloat opn 1 I toiit y To i!ii.d.i.v his
pi.'ctl'iarly droll si!o ol io.'i .; a.id It:.-.
sin et. ss has in-, n uiiliml!
The mploycd boys' team wi'!
high sehool "itnn's" in t!'."
;n gmmi--iu:u this evening.
PLAY FOR WESTERN
Kewancc and Local Y. M. C. A. Bas
ketbr.ll Tsans in Contest at As
ao: i o w r vi meg
tl.al! I, : tn el Ihe Y
Hie Kewaliee Y. .M.
V. A. will
A. for tie-
!'.;'. 1 1 : 1 1 1 ash: ji
'e lof;ii ;is
( warn e lei
e.:K a: K' a
.- t ;
p 1 1 1 ! i . i - i u 1 1 1 .
,e .Ma 1 1 ions'
;i sc ire of 1
and Hurnett ttnd
game was won by
but in tile second
Tin to yvill be four
AT THE THEATER
ca l i.s
com ; iosi -d
and t '.'
vivace us. In C! i
opened, the e:.;ii
plaj d beloie p::d
.,.!,. 1 !;,
Jainillc." Job. -book
i wa a' onoe
i 'in- spi ai. o
s:iliele 1 1 1 : I 1 1 1
-eellit d plea-ed !o
Ah xamler I um : -colli
ge. w tis al
the bliili.ltit I'o.l'-
Ho had i;iei:v
A CROWN OF GLORY
As Weil as a Mark of Beauty is Lux
It has been truly said that the
clowning glory of our race is a lux
uriant bead of hair.
It used to be thought that this yvas
one of the blessings which the gods
b stow capriciously, and it is only re
cently that scientists have discovered
that, its beauty is dependent upon the
bscn'-e of a minute germ yvliich nour
ishes in the hair follicles, where il de
stroys the life of the hair.
To restore this life and kill th.'
eerms which cause the mischief is the
mission of Newbro's Herpieide.
Hcrpicide surely kills the germs,
and is the best hair dressing on the
It contains no grease or oil, neither
will it stain nor dye.
Sold by leading druggists. Send lfv:
n stamps for sample to the Herpieide
company, Detroit, Mich. Two sizes
50c and $1. T. II. Thomas spieiV
BOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
Feb. 21 "East Lynne."
Feb. 24 "Camille," matinee.
March 2 "The District Leader."
March 3 Raymond Hitchcock
The Yankee Tourist."
March 7 "The Pride of Newspaper
March 10 Al G. Fields' Minstrels.
March 11-16 DeArmond Fuller co:n-
March 17 "When Knighthood Was
in Flower. '
March 18 "The College Widow."
March 20 0'3ricn-Burns Fight Pic
March 23 Mahr.ra's Minstrels.
March 2-1 "Royal Chef."
March 25 Mclntyre & Heath in
The Ham Tree."
March, 31 "A Pair of Country Kids."
Jan m on
: pi ai- iiig ot t lie
w i o: e iie:.-: " I
of. oid'nari'j a
impress.; v-. it
of yu:t: U. and
si e thai l!ie
just rcl. ased
steps el I
ami inv.ai.l emotion, he had his rapid
s:le. with a liitle of that leoui.i! dia
logue, so varied and facile, which con
fers to lite romances of t'lis great ft
v n t or il'.e cltaiiii. taste, am! accent
ol come.!. ." Miss Kacln I May Claike
will be s. en in ihis. gland tdav at la-
Illinois aaiinoe and n.giit. Mimla.'.
Francis Macmillcn at Burtis. Fran
eis Miiemilh n. ;i very brilliant Ameri
can violinist, will give a ricita! this
ceiling tit the Duilis opera house. Ib
is :i young man o much tainr ami his
playing is said to iie very brilliant am!
his lechniMUe exceptionally good. Next.
Monday at the ('rami Arthur Hat (maun,
ihe violinist, will give a recital. He
lias an inicrnational reputation and is
one of tile gieatcs living violinists.
"East Lynne" Tonight. 'fhe attrac
tion at the Illinois this evening is
i ti.it game.
: t im for llii
': : r
- t in
Ol.i . 1 il' leWiine.,
In re tiitrm row evenln
o'clock and will he
hard pi e --
COLLINS WINS ROLLER RACE
Men t:y sec
W'lli ! called
a o.:ia ' ei j a l ;
a:: To ill !!:
liam wiil hm
ci nter: Willi
i-k. or im-
ia i.- pi er:ai-'.-'.
is fo!:ow s: Si rate.
a and Zwickor. f.:--iimI
aitoiit '.' o'cl
. the pal t ii.: i.
iii'd li ' U'illl.i.
MEETING 0F COWUS CLUB
Kammcrcr Leads in Dcwhng Matches
Vith Score of 181.
Al the Wiekly Im",'. ling tourutlllient
ol ihe ('emu.- club ll'ld iit tlie Hole!
Harm-- last evening, some goad scote
weie lolle I. Kamtian r capturing the
h'uh g;iine witii is. Tin- scores roil
ed by the teams wen- as tollows:
TI-IAM NO. 1.
w. Beimels :, ir.r. r.'i
Ktimmeier 1 !." 1 s 1 1:',2
II. Decker ljr. 17:: l."i:'
Scltmidt it;:i I7s I Iv
Leads 14 Contestants in Event at the
In tiie free-for-all '.oiler skating rac
es ;i' the roller rink last evening Koy
Collins heat his marest opponu'i!
about a lap. Owing to the fact that
there were II uitries in the race. It
v.i.s skated in beats. The first sevc i
ami the last set en skated in squads
at eight laps and the three winners i'l
a '-Ji sipiiid competed the finals. The
final lace was LI laps. At the start.
Collins boa: Ids opponents off th"
mailt aud bd them a short distan-e
until about the third lap. when he put
ii spurt into ins skating am! gained a
r.umln r oi let! on each lap. The spec-
'ators who very cut nusiast ic over th :
i vent. Frank Miller came in at si?
oml place ami Kalph Iarsoii at third.
Larson fell on tile lirst turn but
sain giottml again after getting to his
Thursday, Feb. 21.
I 'l "d Hi t i'
r M- iil.
Ilir liny Siuarr
I'.y ;i 'impiiiiy
Iti .ir I lioriiliin ( ok.
rc Ilir llrnul'liil 'rrnuMforuia
liiin, " I In- l liiilil 'f Ilir
A It !"!.
'I'.ii a I .".'.''.'
f i:.i no.
Tigers Defeat Students
tin game of basket hail i;
in the gymnasium of tin
heiween Ihe Tigers ef l!
BOOKINGS AT THE MOLINE.
Feb. 21-22 "Swedish Dramatic com
Feb. 25 McRay Comedy company
week, matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
BOOKINGS AT THE GRAND.
Feb. 18-23 Griffiths Hypnotic Com
Feb. 25 Arthur Hartman, violinist.
March 14 "The Girl from the Gold
"The District Leader." "The Di
trict Leader." the big musical eomed.
is going to play a return engagemeni
at the Illinois. Saturday. March 2. N
musical play of the present season In
been more highly spoken of by the
press. Many reviewers style it a melo
dramatic musical comedy, for it te Is
i well defined dramatic story, but with
such an abundance of ear-teasing ruel
odies that it is also in the musical
class. One of its strongest features
li an attract ive. will gowned choru:
ttbieji is said tt .beseen to g'od ad
vantage in various novel dances, aud
eiatioii ml tlia high school junior-,
the latter ream was defeated in a vety
fast game by a score of .M to IS.
There was no admission charged ami
a large crowd assembled to watch the
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No Racing News.
The Western Fiiion Telegraph com
pany has cut off the local racing uevs
sci vice as a result of an injunction so
cured in New York stopping the sup
plying of bulletins in that city.
OlRllTIOM CHAI-1 BERLIN. KINDT A OOHtPANV.
Sunday. Feb. 24.
I'ile.s of people have piles. Why
suffer from idles when you can use
IVWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve
ami get relief. Sold hy all druggists.
;o. Father .b
;!. a machinist. liing iit 7; Shat
; ii venue. Springfield. Mass. !In
cine cured a
stvs: "I have had no cold since I lien
u;ii recently, when I again caught
rcld. I immediately took Father John's
Mtdieinn. for this is surely the best
remedy, for it cured nie."
Rev. Fr. II. J. -'Leonard, writ it. g from
Cambridge. N. Y.. says a young lady
jf his parish was rescued from quick
."(.sumption by the usi of Father
Mini's Mcdicin .'. She i-t now wdf and
vtry !rateful for her l-ecni-ty." ,Lay:
II III illl-l- II it MkIiI.
Mr-s t:.i. to 1 M;iv fl.oke. ill ;i M iunifl
' i nt Kcviviil ! I hum. is" Mas
.M.ele liiui"iis l Mine. S.ir.ili 1 - 1 1 li ;i 1 . 1 .
GREAT PRODUCTION AND CAST
nkiiit run 'ks :
M.iliii"i'. l"c iiud 2.c
S.-iit Sii!- at tli.atcr.
riiont- wrst at.
Davis & Churchill, Circuit Operators.
Tfcrre Pfrformmrn Dallj Thr.
10c ADMISSION 10c
Reserved spats. 2(c; Saturday matin,
ihildr'n under 12 years, be
Tucsd-iy and Friday
A DrHlrrt in all Kind of Aatique X
0 Furniture. X
g Davenport Upholster
o ing& Repair Company
vik nox spkin;s
HAIR M ATTKKS'iKS,
5 t ptnilsti-rinK-. raldnct tnakiiiK.
(3 ri-tinisliiriK. triitttress making, fur-
O nitiiri- pa kinu. carpet layitif:.
O " ur gnodrt we. pay partlc-
Q ulur iittcntion to, first, quality
6 and Pxrollence. of finlsi;- mwind.
5 comfort: third, style and propor-
() W.X r.HMt Sim'imiiI St lint mpvrl.
6 " ' 1 o