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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 1907.
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STAYS THE LIMIT
George Memsic Avoids Knock
out at Hands of Gans
for 20 Rounds,
3UT LOSES THE. DECISION
Colored Champion Master of the Situ
ation Throughout and Punished
His Man Badly.
Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 2S. Jo-j
Gans, the lightweight champion, last
night received tin; decision, over Jim
aiy I'tirns, (George Momsic), of Lo
Angeles at the end of the 2ith round.
Hound 1 Clans taps Hums on thj
nose twice with left and follows with
two haud rights to jaw. Hums coul'l
not get inside of Cans' Ions left.
Hound 2 Hums rushed furious:;.-.
landing ngnt over tne heart and loir
to jaw. dans blocked every straight
lead and three times hit hard.
Round J Joe puts two straight
lefts to face and sot a left hard in the
stomach. Burns doing all the running
Hound 4 Hums rushes with head
down, but sot a hard riiht on e:ir.
Cans got a left to stomach.
Hound a Gans staved on defensive
entirely. Hums got two on head an 1
nearly went down.
From the sixth to 12th Hums coa
tinned Ids aggressive work.
In the 12th Gans rocked Hums' head
wiih lefts. Hums swinging wildly.
Gaiis kept on with his punishment
lleuilileretl. Hut Mronir.
In the l.th Cans held Barns at
arm's length and shot his right to the
mouth. Bums was bewildered, but
strong. In the 1Mb, Gans jabbed right
to face. Burns landed left to stomach
but was weakened by hard left to face
In the lhth Gans put hard right to jaw
limns kept swinging but could not
Hound 2 iv- Bums forced Cans o
jump away from his wild rushes. 1
the last minute (Jans landed a right
with sickening force to the stomach
which forced .limnv'e to cling to Gans
gloves to keep from falling. Gans was
given the decision.
vury tivin ocUliiu.
Milwaukee. Wis., Sept 2S. Charlev
Neary was awarded the decision ovi
lyelono .lonnny Thompson of Svea
more.. 111., after in rounds of iightin
l.cloro the Badger Athletic club las
night, but tile victory was not a clean
cut affair. A knockdown scored bv
Ncary in the fourth round and Thomp
fen s evident inclination to hold on
in the fifth, seventh, eighth and n'.nt
rounds were featuics that contributed
to the defeat of the C clone.
The battle was a grueling affa
from the tap of the gong in the open
ing round. Head to head and-breast
to breast the boys fought and slugged
earn other about the ring, honors lin
ing practically even. When they stood
off and exchanged wallops Thompson
had a shade. He lias an effective loit
that snapped .Vary's head back with
a jerk and broke up many of the dur
able Dutchman's loads.
For the first three rounds the Cy
clone had a shade over Ncary, wlu
Roomed nuable to solve Thompson'.-,
defense or break up his deads.
Tliiniioii Is KiHK-keri lou.
But when .Ncary crossed a right boo:;
to Thompson's oar. following a fierce
exchange in the center of the ring, tho
tide of battle changed and slowly set
against the Sycamore; boy.
Thompson dropped like a shot fron,
the blow but In; was down less thin
two seconds. He had a dazed looi;
when lie arose and went into a clinch
and h appeared to be relieved at the
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1705 Second Avenue,
Where you will find a Complete Line
of both New and Second Hand Book a
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6-54 will make an old, rusty
Stove, or Stove Pipe, look like new,
because it eats up rust. When you
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i H K AND
CROSS COUNTRY BALL TEAM
sJWHn -MRIfiSJ:-S f-fti r -V
This amateur club which is sched
uled to play the Davenport Suburbans
tomorrow at Suburban island lor the
championship of the tri-cities, has
made a remarkable record this season.
its first as an organization. Twelve
out of tlie first 13 games were lost ami
then after a series of hard luck an 1
reverses that would have caused th-;
disbanding of almost any other bunch
of athletes, the members pulled, them-
LISTS FORWARDED TO HOLLAND
Bloomiugton, 111., Sept. 2S. Presi
dent Holland this week received the
reserve list from each club in the
Three Bye league for the players re
tained for the season of Bt.iS. The
list by clubs is as follows:
Cedar Uapi In M. F. Simon. O. Crau
da!!. .1. P. Malicot. William Fox, Roy
It ulabaugh, William Uen.vnbi ink, C
M. Spencer, .1. Marion, Patrick O'Con
nor. M. PfIe, O. (). Howard. C. Cran
dall. 'A. C. Clevoiigor, Benjamin Davis.
K. T. Oakes. F. T. Brown and Hoy
Clinton H. Staulfer, John Bake-.
Daviil Crockett, Robert Corkhill. ir.y
Kafdian. Harry Ohland, Otto Vog
Charles Smith, l.ee Lemon, William
Fleet. Charles Ward. J. Slatlery. .1 .
Leonard and H. Doxie: reserved !''
suspension, Harry Harrod, Jacob F;;!,
M. I.'mdley, P. Nieman, R. Ramey, W.
Carney, W. P. Scully, L. P. F-eiidin-.
W Bressy and I Stillman.
Dubuque (reserved in the name of
tho Three-Fye league) Frank Guiius.
(1. G. Beisser. Howard Derringer, Hen
ry Bosso, J. A. Shields, Claries Me-
Gill. Timothy O'Brien, H. V. Swalm.
Stuart Gurnoy, A. C. Webber. Paul
Companion, Walter Madden, Monte F.
Bales, Ralph W. Lord, John Hannah;
reserved by suspension, J. F. White.
Peoria John Thicry, Paul Davidso.i.
J. Rowar, T. Raymond, Roland Wolf,
Chris Fast man, Paul Moore. Albert
Nelson, P. Wilder. Henry Kuepper, J.
1 1. Shea and Ralph Works.
Rock Islaird John Tigho. Dan
O'Leary, John Himes, Clarence W.
sound of the gong. Only by clinching
and covering did Thompson succeei
in weathering the storm. Neary was
at his man like an infuriated bull but
try as he would he could not peuotrai;
When they came back for the fif!.h
session the minute's rest appealed t
have done Thompson lots of good.
Neary fought carefully instead of rush
ing Thompson and the Cyclone took
advantage of the respite.
In the sixth Neary began to play
for Thompson's left eye, which In; had
cut in the fourth round, and he soon
had the visitor's eye bathed in a crii'i
son fluid. Playing for the stomach
and heart in the seventh, eighth and
ninth rounds, Neary had Thompson
clearly distressed. Ho was wobbly on
his feet ami. though he revived an 1
spurted at limes, the Cyclone judgrl
distance badly and many of his hard
est blows shot over Neary's head 'li
fe!! harmlessly upon the Dutchman's
til ins or shoulders.
AT KANSAS. CITY
Public Playgrounds Track and Field
Meet Calls Out Representatives
of the Big Clubs.
Kansas City, Sept. 2S. Twenty of
America's foremost athletes represent
ing several of the largest athletic olubj
in tlu; country, together with over BO
track and field men of lesser impor
tance will compete here this afternoon"
in tho .hiin ..lavfrrnnmic iri.
Many of the participants are hold
ers of world's records. The Irish
American Athletic club and the New
York Athletic club u-ill bo renrrs;r'iitr.1
by. a crack team of eight men.. Chi-!
cago sends five, the Olympic Athletic
club of San Francisco two. one of
whom will be Ralph Rose, their great
weight man, Missouri university ID,
and Battery B of the Missouri National
five, the Olympic Athletic'.
;uard a like number.
Nearly all cough cures, especiallf
Hn.o thof nBi ,. -
pating. Kennedy's Laxative Cough
! nn niQtM a t
:z rr-"" "r-
take. Sold by all druggists.
selves together and began to win, tak
ing ail of the last 12 gauges played
All the formidable local amateur team.-
nave neen met wmi uie exception 01
. 1 ti. -1 1..... . .....1
1 11c ouuui uans, uiiii mur.v ooniesrs
wiih outside independent and sem
professional nines such as the Dixon
Browns, Cascade, Montieelio and Mus
catine, Iowa, and others played. T1n
ages of the members range from S
to 21 years. Charles Kohoe is th
Wanner, Joseph Berger, Arthur Lun
din, Frank Murphy, Roy Dowers. A!
bert Swalm. Louis P. Cook. Joseo
Scott, Christy Wilson, Harry II. How
ard, Dow Vandini"; by suspension,
George K. Hardin.
Springfield William Ludwig, James
Novacek, Fred Donovan, Forre.-t
Moore. K. F. Salisbury. A. P. Owens.
Richard Smith. George F. Hughes. 1.
M. iieibert, 11. G. Seharnwebor, J. L.
Ruby, Albeit Shaw. Ross Thornton.
Carl Vandagrilt ; reserved by purchas ,
Joseph Burg from Marshalltown. Iowa.
Harry Seigt r and A! Dcneau from Bat
tle Crook. Mich.. L. Doake from Siie!
byville and Lee McGee from Waterloo,
Iowa; roseivod by suspcu.-ion, Louis
Lippert. Hugh Warner and Arvil Wolf.
D n atur Charli's Boniar, Davi 1
Sclireiiier, Fdward Persons, William
L;!ive!t. George Bit troll'!'. Harry Berry,
William Fowili. Thomas Tenn.uit.
Fred Moore, William Prout, Otto Vag
ner. Frank Long. J. D. Jeffries, Frit"?
Huffman; reserv. .1 by purchase. John
Barkwell from Charlesion, 111., Harry
Swalm from Leavenworth. Kan.
G rover Louderr.iilk from Mattnon, C.
R. Keys from Ouinoy, 111., Ollie
Gfroeror from Jacksonville, 111.: re
served by suspension, LMwin Opfer
gelt, Curtis Fncaphe'-, S. Morris and
I'looiuington A. F. Wilson, II. il.
Syfort. K. S. Thorson, Flmor Koestn-.T.
Lewis Ji nst n. Al Kuhn. A. M. Flu ight,
L. L. Donovan. Roy Snyder. ICarl Gra
ham. Fred Heck. Will Humes, John
Ncwsanl; by suspension. Fred Mei
choir. RECORD OF THE
AM Fill CAN" LFAGFF.
W. L. Pet.
Detroit S7 5; .CO-i
Philadelphia S:; 55 .fihl
Chicago n. ;n ..")X:i
Cleveland s:; C2 .572
New York (it; 75 .ll'.S
St. Louis 02 M .1;)!
Boston r,S SO .ln:5
Washington Id ;i5 .:MJ
N ATI ON Ai7LEAG FF.
W. L. Pet.
Chicago 1u2 II .7!.;!
Pittsburg S7 55 X,l?,
N( w York SI f,: .5(52
Philadelphia 7,-, c:; .55:5
Brooklyn C 7S .151
.Cincinnati 00 s:5 .117
Boston 51 S7 ."So
St. Louis 15 MS .;J1 1
Pittsburg, 5; Boston, 5 (11 innings).
No other games scheduled.
Chicago, 4; Boston, 2.
Detroit, 5; Philadelphia, 1.
Cleveland. ?; Washington, 0 (first
Washington, 9; Cleveland, 4 (second
St. Louis, 7; New York, C. .
Post-Season Games Called Off.
Toronto, Sept. 2S The third game;
of the series between Toronto nul
! Columbus for the chamfioiishi p of the
minor leagues was called off yester
day on account of rain. The game
will be played today if the weathor
permits. Then the teams will go to
Columbus for three games.
Walprlo. Iowa- St',t- 2S. Rain pro-
'1 "l llie bir,e8
1 between froepori ami Waterloo in
! the Wisconsin and Iowa State league
( series. The teams play at Frteport
Don't neglect your stomach. At first
Indication of trouble take something
t mat wm nein it aiuug hi us worK 01
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indigestion and dyspepsia will do this.
sold by an druggists,
2J1 tie-news all the time The Argui. j
OOUBLE HEADER AT
BALL PARK TOMORROW
Islanders and Burlington Forced to
Postpone Today's Contest on Ac
count of Bad Weather.
Bad weather today necessitated a
postponement ot the exiiibmou game
;;etvee nthe Islanders and the Burling
ton Iowa leaguers, but tin; managers of
the two aggregations, cheered by the
premise of fair weather tomorrow,
made the announcement this afternoon
that there would be a double header
tomorrow, the first game being called
at 2 o clock. The boys have met w ith
little but discouragement from a finan
cial viewpoint, and it is to be hoped
that a goodly bunch of fans will turn
out tomorrow to see them and make
uicir nnai appearance lor 1110 season a
success. Burlington, while a member
of a lower class league than Rock 1?
md, has sold more players to the big
leagues this year than any Throe-Fye
It ague aggregation, so it is plain the
team is capable of making things inter
esting, liotn tennis nave practically
their original lineup.
Tigers Gain Lead at Opening of
cial Series for American
on account of
Sept. 2S. The Phiia
baseball ganio sot for
has been declared off
rain. l oday s game
cannot be played off as the teams had
aheady arranged to play two game
Monday, the last dav Detroit will be
here this season. "
Philadelphia, Sept. 2S. Detroit took
the bad in the sensational race fo"
the American league pennant vest?r-
day by defeating Philadelphia in a
hotly contested game. Donovan, tin
Hading piteiier ot tile league tins sea
son, was hammered for B! hits by th
home team, but Detroit's hits off Plan';
ante at more opportune times. Twelve
Philadelphia men h ft on bases to De
troit's six, practically tells the story
Twice the home players had the bas".-
I" nil but Donovan held them sate and
they failed to score. A slipup by Col
lins helped Detroit to score throe runs
in t ho seventh inning. Interest in the
present series of lour games is intense
and despite the raw watlier ls.ituo lK-o
pie saw the contest. Tho score by in
Philadelphia . o 0 n i o :; o u 1 i;i 1
Detroit no tin 2 0 :.'.' 05 !) 1
, Bat terii k Plank .and Powers; Dono
van and Payne.
FROM THE DOPE BOX.
The official figures of the Three-Fy
attendance will not be given out until
tho league mooting, but some unoflicia
compilations show that the season just
passed has been a corker from the at
! ndance standpoint tor the league, the
total lieimr over Ih'.l.iMMI. Peoria had
70.250 paid admissions for the season
Blooinington is not credited on th
books with quite as many as claimed
The attendance for the various towns
in lho leauue is as follows: Peoria
about 7m,:15: Springfield, about 55. not)
Dtcatur. about 5::.utMi; Rock .Island
about 52,nuo; Clinton, about o!,noo
Bloomiugton. about :;:!.(Mm; Dubuque
a bo n't 2S,C)'; total, about :HU. 01)11.
" Ploominuton Pantagraph: haigoin:
McGriovy dropped into the city yi
tcrdaY from Cedar RaoUTs and is shak
ing hands with friends. He made goo
as umpire in the Iowa league tins sea
son and would like to catch on in the
Three-Eye next season.
Doniinitl; Mullaney, the former Rocl
Island playi-r who managed Jackson
ville (Fla.) this season; iias been sign
od to remain in the same capacity next
season. He has given tho town the
highest quality of ball it over had.
The correspondent .of the Skirting
News at Pittsburg says Swacina is
sure of a berth for next season. He
lias already shown lumselt superior to
Ncalon, it is claimed. Swacina and
Bill Sweeney were playing against each
other in an 11-inning tie between Pitts
burg and Boston yesterday. Sweeney
played a star game, getting three hits
Albert Shaw, suspended by Cedar
Rapids and later purchased by Spring
field, is to be given a trial with St
I)iiis against New York today.
FOOTBALL SEASON IS
TO OPEN NEXT WEEK
First Game of High School Schedule
Will be Played Saturday with
The first football game for the hi
school team will be . played at
Island City pari; next Saturda
with Washington, Iowa. Manager
Ehleb having secured a contract for
the game. The Washington team play
ed here last year, and was overwhelm
ingly defeated, and no hard struggle
is looked for this season by the local
players. The strength of the Washing
ton team this year, however, Is not
known, and they may put up a clever
An experiment is to be tried this
And you can't pay them? Maybe on this account, too, you are depriv
ing the patient of medical attention or care or some delicacy which he
or she craves and which would d nibt'ess assist in a prompt recovery.
To neglect a patient in any of these ways may prove a serious matter,
and there is no excuse for it.
Of course, the expenses in a case of illness frequently are heavier
than the purse can stand; but if they could be paid out a little a
month for three or six mouths or a year, one's regular income could y
take care of the matter without difficulty. That's the way you can re- jj
pay us, if you borrow the necessary money here. Pay a-U your bills
and then you will have only one creditor to pay. Half the money you r
would pay to your creditors will satisfy us and make it asy for you. x
We advance the money privately on furniture, pianos, horses, ff
wagons, cows, etc., and the property stays in your possession. Better '
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oar in the form of season tickets for!
tho foot hail games with the purpose'
in view of increasing the attendance!
aid financial results. A slight reduc
tion lor the season will be made on
the price of individual tickets to in
duce the purchase ef them. Some
trouble has lu en met with in complet
ing the schedule tor the fall, but it
will be ready for announcement in the
near future. Several good contests'
A Humane Appeal.
A humane citizen of Richmond,
Intl.. U. D. Williams. lu7 West Main
trett, says: '"I appeal to all persons:
with weak lungs to take Dr. King's
New Discovery, the only remedy that
has helped me and fully comes up to
the proprietor's recommendation.'" it
saves more lives than all other thro.il
md lung remedies put together. Used
as a cough and cold cure tlie world
over. Cures asthma, bronchitis, croup,
whooping cough, quinsy, hoarsened
and phthisic, stops hemorrhages of the
lungs and builds theni up. Guaranteed
at W. T. Hartz's drug store. ?. Twen
tieth street. 5nc and $1.00. Trial bot-
Cat That Eats Green Corn.
A North Main street resident of Shel-
li!TT. Falls. Mass.. recently liscoverod
that his cat is stealing and easing given
corn from the garden, savs the Spring-
tie!, 1 (Mass.) Republican. Having no
ticed that an ear or two of the corn
were missing each morning, lie arose
early one morning determined to v.ti h
the thief in the act, expecting to find
liis neighbors liens or possibly a wood
cluu k. Mnch to his surprise, he found
bis pet cat and watched her tear an
ear ol corn troni tne stall;, busk and
eat it to the cob. The -at Is r.aid to
:ive a fondness for raw potatm's also.
Church For All Denominations.
A German merchant who dietl at
Cottbus left ?2r..O() to found r. church
lu Constantinople for all denomina
tions. The sermons are to be preached
In Esperanto. .
has three e..eniies ciust
two. German L'rovsrlt.
There is a delicate matter which no
one will speak to ou about. Never
allow the brcnth to become tainted.
Take pootl care of your teeth and
assist Nature to obey tlie bodily laws
by an tccasional dose of
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Are the ones I like to make
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ular I am more so. Result, I
always please them.
If you could meet one of my
customers face o face, you
would then came to me for your
next suit of clothes or overcoat,
for you would then know for a
certainty what I have done for
others and what I can do for
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