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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JANUARY-MOOS.
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E. F. DORN,
1812 Second Avenue.
Owen Moran, the Englishman,
Earns Draw in 25-Rovnd
Fight with Abe Atteil. .
VISITOR SHOWS CLEVERNESS
Weakens American Featherweight
Title Holder by Fierce Jabbing
in the Clinches.
and launches,' are. oiu exhibition.. In
addition to the boats there are all sorts
of engines and motor boat equipment
. The object of the show,, according
HOLD OPEN HOUSE
to Hugh S,.Gambel, secretary of the I Many P'resent at Athletic Exhi
bition and Evening Program
atthe Y. M. C. A.
National association, is to educate the
public to the. knowledge that anyt per
son of moderate means may own a !
motor boat. The prices of the craft
on exhibition range from $97.50 to
MAGAZINES AUCTIONED OFF
San Francisco, Jan. 2. The 23 round
fight between Abe Attel of San Fran
cisco and Owen Moran of . England
yesterday afternoon proved to be the
greatest featherweight battle seen here
n years, and went to the limit, ending
in a draw. The decision pleased the wm be perfected.
crowd, as it was the only one Referee
Jeffries could have given.
Moran showed unexpected clever
ness lit blocking Attel's leads, and lie
was the aggressor in most of the
rounds. Attel repeatedly tried Joe
Cans' favorite device of measuring his
man with the left and then trying to
bring over a right counter. He sel
dom succeeded, as the little Enslish-
niart invariably blocked his right and
frequently came back with a vicious
right or left slap to face or neck. Abe
was a much better judge of distance
than Moran, as the Briton missed
more than a dozen left arid right
swings, some of them nearly carrying
him off his feet.
In a Fierce Infighter.
Moran was a fierce infighter, and in
the clinches he hammered Attel over
HOLD MEETING AT GALESBURG
Baseball League of Illinois Cities Will
A meeting has been called at the Il
linois hotel at Galesburg Jan. 15 to dis
cuss the formation of a baseball league,
the cities interested being Galesburg,
Monmouth, Bushnell, Lewlston, Can-
Gymnasium Contests Included Two
Handball Tournament Games and
a Basketball Contest,
The entire program as arranged for
the regular New Year's day open
house -at the Y., M. C. A. was carried
ton, Macomb, and possibly Pekin and lout and the attendance present both
Havana. Judging by the interest man-1 afternoon and evening was very, large.
ifested some sort of an organization I The gymnasium exhibition occupied
LOST TO MILITIA
the afternoon from 3 o'clock till 5:30.
Many amusing athletic features were
put oit under Physical Director Franks'
direction and were witnessed by over
100 spectators, for the accommodation
of whom bleachers had been set up.
The contests opened with two relay
races, in one of which the carrying
of Indian clubs was the handicap and
in the other the turning of a somer
sault by each runner at the end of his
lap around the room. A human burden
DI An UVCnVVntLMINu dUUnC and carrying their respective mem
bers across the room, each person
Picked Team of Local Basket
ball Players Defeated by Com
pany A of Muscatine
I carrying another member of the team.
Three pulls at a tug of war followed.
Tournament Game Played.
In the handball exhibition two reg
ular tournament games were played.
McCandless and McCandless and Olm-
The picked team which went from sted and Moran were the participating
Final Tally Is 93 to 13 Tourina Sol
diers to Play Here Are Mak
ing a Fine Record.
the kidneys until Abe's back looked this city to Muscatine yesterday to
like a piece of raw beef and he winced
whenever hit there. Otherwise Attel
didn't show a mark after the battle.
Moran had a badly swollen left eye
and bled at the mouth, but he ended
strong, and at no time was there any
danger of a knockout.
contest with the Company C team, of
that city at basketball met with over
whelming defeat at the hands of the
militiamen. The latter, which is the
home Company C team and not the
Muscatine champions who are tourin;
The men were remarkably evenly the country, which team plays here
teams and the formed had the high
scores In both games, the results being
21 to 7 and 21 .to 15. A tumbling ex
hibition by Imhof, Sniffer, Watts and
woods louowea. A basketball con
test played between the Y. M. C. A.
Pirates and the high school junior
team, the association team being the
victor, the first half ending in its favor
matched in strength and reach, and, Saturday evening, is an able one and U to 7 and tn second half 12 to 8,
though Attel showed suDsrior rins: well qualified to uphold Muscatine's
generalship and was a more cunning basketball laurels. They piled up in
boxer, the Englishman proved a cool, the first half of the game a total of 39
scientific fighter and had the sympa- points against 11 secured by the Rock
thy of the crowd from the outset. Island squad, and in the secoud half
Attel tried several foul tactics, but waswet even better, making 55 points to
warned by Jeff and hissed bv the 2 for the visitors. The Muscatine
crowd. five is composed of tall, athletic play
Moran was not only hard Dut to ers, and its center is six feet seven
make the weight, but he never came inches in height. The game was play
closer than a counle of ounces of 120 led - last evening in the Company C
pounds, which difference nearly caused
making the total 23 to 15. The closing
number was a comic sketch, entitled
Dr. I louder," by Imhof and Woods.
After the close of the athletic ex
hibition the Association Helpers served
lunch, to about 100 visitors and mem
All Macailnen Sold.
All of the magazines received in the
association reading room vere dis
posed of at the auction which closed
the wrecking of the bout and ended in
Attel claiming $250 of the forfeit
money. That and the general condi
tion of Moran proved he found weight
making a killing; proposition. With
more vitality there might have been
another champion in this country
New Year ,
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armory. The following was the line- me evenings program aim a. &uuuiy
iiD of the Rock Island team: Mc-sum was realized from their sale. H
Manus, center; Ficken and W. Robb. A. Weld acted as auctioneer. The
forwards: Clondas and L. Robb. evening s program opened with a
uards. phonograph concert Tendered by u. A,
Have Msuie Good Kerord. . I Jenke and continued an hour. Miss
The Muscatine tourists, known on Nellie Reck gave 1 a soprano solo.
the road as the Y M. C. A. team and Frank Young rendered a selection on
when the bout was finished. Moran at home as the Company C's, return me piano, and KODert crowiey or mo-
had to make five miles on the road Saturday night from their trip east line gave a reading. A moving pic
vnatpriinu mnmino- nnri hi fQ inni-ari I with, a. his? nerrpntas-ft of the eameslture display was also given. About
drawn when he entered the rine. won. Only three times have they 100 people were present in tne evenmg.
Without this forced reducing at the been defeated, in such instances, un
last minute he would have been far fortunately, by aggregations recog-
stronger. 1 nized as champions of their sections.
The house was worth fully $15,000. At Hamilton, Ont., the champions of
The day was pleasant, but Coffroth had Canada proved too strong, as did the
provided for rain by stretching a huge Rochester, N, Y., Y. M. C. A., acknowl
edged champions of the east. At
Crawfordsville, Ind., Wabash college
took the third game Tuesday night 3G
to 21. Wabash was the only team that
defeated the Columbia university tour-
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JNO. J. ULLEMEYER,
tent over the inclosure.
Abe Finds lOqiinl In Brltlxlier.
While Attel apparently held Moran
safe at all times to the extent that
(Sixteenth street and Second areao..)
l;Ott'n could nnt lnn1 n riMciv hlrvw
I ! . t... ..... . . .' I ista and te cnnrivlpd to he the best
anu wnue ne uia less scampering aDOUti " - '
CONFECTIONERY AND PAR
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1716-1718 Second avenue. Both
phones Old 150, new 6156.
the ring than had been expected, Abe
'ctnllfwl tt'hpn ha. sHniilfl have nt lnnoA
j evidently being satisfied to take mat-
, ters as they were.' His boasted clever-
ness found its equal in the Britisher,
who blocked with Attel, ducked with
him and frequently landed a telling
left or crossed with his right to the
jaw. The clo9e of the fight saw
Moran cut about the mouth and with
his left eye almost closed, but he had
punched Attel about the kidneys with
such persistency that Abe was well
marked around his back.
' Viewed from a fight standpoint, there
have been many contests better dis
playing the spectacular and arousin
excitement, but to the man who enjoys
boxing there was plenty of pretty work
; shifty ducking away from swings, and
blocking of straight lefts. And the sur
prise of It was the showing that Moran
made. He was figured to have the
physique, but was not granted the
cleverness of Attel
in the middle west. Muscatine plays
at home Monday and Tuesday with the
HENRY GETS PRIZE
Shoot for Peters' Silver Cup
Completed by Rock Is
land Gun Club.
RAN PERIOD OF SIX MONTHS
Record of 112 Out of 150 Takes the
' Prize New Year's Shoot
Jan, 6 Grace, Merrttt, la HWhe
Knighthood waa In Flower," matinee.
Jan. 8 Tim Blurphy.
Jan. 11 "Two Merry Tramps," mat
Jan. 12 "Toyland," matinee.
Jan. 15 "The Barcamanter."
Jan. 19 "PejtKy from 1'arU," mat-
Jan. 20 "Dream City."
Jan. 20 At Tale," matinee.
Jan. 31 "The I,lly and the Prince."
. The Elite.
(Eighteenth atreet, north of Second
TaocerUle at 8, 8 aaa BilS . m. Two
tnatlneea Sundays and holidays.
The Family. .
(SeoanA arenue, east ot Nineteenth
VaadeTllle at 3, 8 and 0:15 p. m. Two
matinees Sundays and holidays.
infrequent, had , a low, coaxing note
that made It irresistible. An adroit
pleader, knowing her power full well,
she did not always plead, having the
Tudor temper and preferring to com
mand.". Miss Grace Merritt is the per
sonification of that description a real
'Mary Tudor." She more than grati
fies the wish of Charles Major, the au
thor, that he might see his heroine in
the flesh, for that no more perfect Im
personation of Mary could be given
than Miss Merritt's delineation of the
part, is the opinion of many of the
most competent critics in the country.
Plays to Good House. Recognizing
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the value of a dollar
most when in ur
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'. the time you want -to
We loan from $10
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ture, pianos, etc.,
without removal, at
the lowest rates,
and fairest terms
MUTUAL LOAN CO.,
Peoples National Bank building;.
loom 411, Itovk Inland. 111.
Telepunne. old went 122.
Ollirr bourn, H n. m. to U p. m.
Open "M'ednendiiy and Saturday
rvraluK to 1 p. iu.
A. H. Henry proved the best shot
This was where among the members of the Rock Isl
he changed some opinions. Abe, with land Gun club under the conditions im- the fact that Amelia Bingham always
all of his lightning left, found himself I . . ..n ty,a ..loonies with a standard attraction
uiictuic iu i cutii nit? xji luantri , uiiu ui-1 i iwta asiaiiu (.utraieigueia lui lieu uui
ten when he did. the other was there rer cuP nuc UD y ine reiers rowaer well for "A Modern Lady.Godiva" at
with a block to the blow.
AValscnst Knoeks Ont Plotell
St. Joseph. Mo., Jan. 2. Ad. Wol
cast, the Milwaukee featherweieht.
I knocked out Buck Plotell in the fifth
round of the windup bout of the boxing
show here last night. The Milwaukee
company, ine tropny was open 10 an the Illinois yesterday. Miss Bimrham
members of the club who shot at 150 herself proved as clever as ever and
birds under a handicap arrangement, more than equal to the occasion in the
the period of competition being six emotional passages. Her company is
months. Yesterday several completed generally strone. thoueh evidently
their record m connection with the somewhat reduced in numbers. The
regular New Year's shoot of the or-1 play, itself ... is a disappointment for
scrapper had the betier of the bout .all n,fatl; Ir: Henry broke "2 out various reasons. One of these is ob-
the way. He showed more cleverness 0'J " "UD
scurity of motive. A more serious one,
n,i hn,i U ririnn. nnrv tn hin Yesterday's affair, under the same however, is a weak and unsatisfactory
punches. Plotell was in distress after rules tnat prevailed Christmas day, I finish after an act preceding that is
the second round.
MOTOR BOAT SHOW OPENS
drew out a, large attendance, including strong and paves the way for a fitting
many not members of the club. Mr. I climax. The fourth, act last evening
Henry also carried off the honors of I had the appearance of being patched
the day with a turkey and three ducks.
Score of the Winners. .
Following ,. is a record of the win-
up to meet exigencies arising
I the company.
Fifty Complete Craft and a Variety of
Engines on Exhibition
Chicago, Jan. 2. An attendance of I nings of those who took away prizes
ntifirlv lOfi A A marbo t b a nrtonino' rf ( Rnorrv atio tnrlrov throa Hnlra
the second annual motor boat show Henry, one turkey, one duck, three J-1 7 . ' Z
lasi evening at ine coliseum. aiore cniCKens..
than 50 complete motor boats, ranging! Hynd, one turkey,
Fits the Part WelU-If there Js any
truth in the saying, "The better the
from a 40 foot cruiser to.lC foot dories
. f It would be very interesting to know
M how manv vears vour family nhvsician
O 1 CI 7 ha prescribed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
v-f' W " for coughs, colds, and all forms of lung
IVchcr houate to k your doctor ahoal troubs. ask nmtte next dmeyou see
AtjZT ' Chci
rry Pectoral. JtUc regular mcdi- Wm. VckCOWpByskiaMWho have Used
it medicine. Joeing medicine, it for over half axentury; iSi&Zfc?.
Charles Major wrote "When ' Knight
hood Was In Flower" on Sunday may
account for the excellence of the book
The adage should also apply to the pre
sentation of the dramatization, as it
will be produced at the Illinois next
Sunday, matinee and evening, by Miss
Grace Merritt and her excellent com'
Kodol is the best remedy known to- pany. "Mary Tudor," the heroine de-
day for dyspepsia, indigestion and all scribed in the book as "a person of
troubles arising from a disordered I womanly perfection, with skin like.vel
stomachy, It is pleasant, prompt and I vet, with a voice soft and full, and ex-j
thorough. Sold by all druggists. 'cept when angry, which, alas, was not;
H. W. Bennett, one turkey.
. Rohwedder, one turkey, one chicken.!
. Nance, one turkey.
Eberhart, one duck,. two chickens.
Koch, one duck.
1724 Second Avenue
Rock Island, 111.
. THE MARKETS.
Chicago, Jan. 2. Following are the
market quotations today:
May 107, 107. 106. 107V.
July. 99. 99, 98, 99.
May, 60, 61, 60, 61. '
July, 59, 60, 59, 60.
May, 54, 55. 54. 54.
July, 48, 48. 48.. 48.
January. 12.47, 12.65, 12.47, 12.65.
May, 13.20, 13.30. 13.15. 13.32. '
January, 7.72, 7.85, 7.72. 7.85.
May, 7.92, 8.05, 7.90, 8.05.
January, 6.70, 6.85. 6.67 6.80.
May, 7.12, 7.20, 7-10, 7.22.
Receipts today: Wheat, 39; corn,
131; oats, 11; hogs, 31.000; cattle,
11,000; sheep, 16,000. , !
Estimated receipts Friday: Wheat,1
39; corn,. 144; oats, 204; hogs, 30,000.
Hog market opened steady. Hogs
left over, 5,000; light, 4.154.5;
mixed and butchers, $4.20 4.65; good
heavy, 4.204.65; rough heavy. $4.20
Cattle market opened strong 10 cents
higher. : - : -
Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha Hogs, 8,000; cattle, 3,00f. '
Kansas City Hogs, 20,000; cattle,
5,000. - --
Hog market - closed shade lower.
Light. $4.154.55; mixed and 'butch
ers, $4.204.60; good heavy, $4.20
4.62; rough, heavy, $4.204.30. .;-:
Cattle market, closed shade higher.
Beeves, $3.606.20; cows and heifers,
$1.05 4.65; stockers and feeders, $2.35
Sheep market closed strong.
Northwestern receipts. Minneapolis
Today. 256; last week, 422; last
the quotations on the market today:
Gas SO, U. P. 119, U. S. Steel pre
ferred. 89, U. S. Steel common 26.
Reading 98Vi. Rock Island preferred
28, Rock Island common 15, South
ern Pacific 73, X. Y. Central 93, Mis
souri Pacific 46. L. & N. 93, Smelt
ers 72, C. F. I. 20, Canadian Pa
cific 155, Illinois Central 123, Penna
110, Erie 17, C. & O. 30, B. R. T.
39, B. & O. 82, Atchison 69, Lo
comotive 34, Sugar 101, St. Paul
105, Copper 48, Republic Steel pre
ferred 66 !4, Southern Ry. 12.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Jan. 2. Following are
the wholesale quotations on the market
Provisions and Produce.
Eggs Fresh, 23c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 8c
per pound; hens, per pound, 7s; ducks,
per pound, 7c to 8c; turkeys per pound
12c to 13c; geese per pound 7C to 8c.
Butter Dairy, 23c to 24c.
Vegetables. Potatoes, 50c; onions,
55c to 60c. - "
Hogs $4.00 to $4.25.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00 to
$5.00; lambs, $4.50 to $6.75.
Cattle Steers $3.50 to $5.00; cows
and heifers $2.00 to $4.00; calves, $4.00
-., Feed and -Fuel.
- Grain Corn, 48c to 50c; oats, 43c.
45C . ....
- Forage Timothy hay, $11 to $13;
prairie, $9.00 to $11.00; clover, $10.00
to $11.00; straw; $6.00.
Wood Hard, per load, $5.00 to $5.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; Black,
per bushel, 7c to 8c. -.
- Duluth Today, 9; last
pening cables Wheat V
losed Wheat 2 to 2 d
higher. . '
v York Stocktv '
BOSSE KEtVANEE MANAGER?
Dubuque Player Released and Goes to
Henry County. Town.
Dubuque, Iowa, Jan. 2. First Base
man Harry Bosse has secured his re
lease from - the Dubuque Three-Eye
Bosse was due In Kewanee today.
going to that city to confer with the
association with a view of taking the
management of the team the city will
have next season in the Central asso
ciation, formerly - the Iowa league.
Harry Berte was being considered fv
the position but has been unable to
get Tils release from Jacksonville. '
Sunday, Jan. 5.
Matinee and MRht.
Return of the Favorite,
And Special Company of 25 Players, in
the Everlasting Success,
WAS IN FLOWER
t..rnesi snipman, Manager.)
Same apleadid and magnificent pro
duel Ion which scored nnch aa emphatic
HUceeaH taut aennoo.
TRICES Matinee. 2i".c and 60c; night,
2.1c, 50c, 7ac, and SI. Seat pale at tho
theater. Phone west 224.
If you want the , family, healthy.
strong and active during the winter,
give them Hollister'a Jtocky Mountain
Tea... 'Twill surely make and keep the
whole., family. wla, 35 cents;, tea or
fcr, Jan. 2. Following are tablets. Harper House pharmacy.
Owned and Managed by
S. A. LEWIXSOHN.
HTGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE. AT
TRACTIONS FOR THI ,
WEEK. . , T
CASSAHD AM) I1K VERXE Comedy'
Musical Act. "" j
I.EO ASU SI I.KY In a funny sketch
entitled "The Retined Dutchman."
I'HOFKSSOK I. 1II KKB. The King
of Animal Trainers, with his Troupe ot
THE CiREAT MITCHELL Baritone.
boioist witn a unp Full or Jokes.
miti.'! wnaa m m ran via - .
:i ii 1 1. v.. uui ti -in iiiusiraiea
-aw a a - a ikj.i nil Y vHra,
PRICES For matin-e. any seat 10
cent3; evening, 10 and 20 cents.
Big Souvenir Matinee for the ladies
It Bats Up Rust
6-sm4 will raalce an old. rusty
Stove, or Stove Pipe, look like new,
because it ests up rust;: When you
set up your Stoves, this Fall, give
them a coat of 6-5-4; it Is applied
like paint, will not rub off and
SHINES ITSELF.. It also
For Sale by All Ilardware Dealers.