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THE AKGUS. WEDNESDAY. JAXUAItY 29. 1908.
HAVE YOUR EYES EX
WE FIT. YOUR EYES
IN A SCIENTIFIC MAN
NER AND GUARANTEE A
PERFECT FIT IN EVERY
10UGHERY IS GAME
Philadelphia Boy, Though Re
peatedly Floored, Fights
Hard to the End.
M'FARLAND IS EASILY BEST
Chicacioan Proves Better in Close
Work and at Long Range Bald
win Bests Kid Goodman.
cuildren. Dr. V. B. Martin of Slier-
vood, 111.; J. R. Martin of Alchrist.
Minn.; Miss Minnie K. Martin at home,
end four sisters, Mrs. Margaret Vye
of Anoka, Minn.; Mrs. Jane Burchby
of Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Elizabeth
Johnson of Brooklyn. Iowa, and Mrs.
Sarah A. Ranson. of Rock Island. , The
funeral will be held from the home at
0:30 Friday morning. The services
will be conducted by Dr. V. S. Mar
Quis, pastor or tne itroanway PresDy-
terian church, of which she was a
member. The remains will be taken
to Coal Valley for burial.
Funeral service over uie remains
of Georse Lutz were conducted this
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the h'inie on
Webb street. South Rock Island, by
Rev. C. A. Mennicke. Burial took
place at the Germau Lutheran come
Philadelphia, Jan. 29. Tommy
Loughrey of Philadelphia not only
lasted through six terrific rounds With
Packey McFarland of Chicago, the tin
defeated lightweight, at the National
Athletic club last evening, but he had
the -strength to Jump "''tofthert'B COMMITTEES OF
tlllU I 1111 I VJ 1113 111 traillii iw-mii
taking time to sit down in his corner
after the bout was over. It was one
of the fastest six-round bouts ever wit
ncssed in this city, being one coutin
ual succession of mix-ups, in which
if ither man had much chance to dis
play boxing skill. In fact, it was more
like a fair stand-up street fight, with
all fouling cut. than a boxing contest.
letter nt Ilo&ins;.
Augustana Basketball Team
Wins From High School Boys
by Overwhelming Score.
VISITORS GET TWO POINTS
Juniors of High School Defeat Aca
demic Team of College in Pre
liminary to Main Game.
ROCK ISLAND CLUB
Appointments Made of Those to As
sume Charge of Various Activi
ties of Organization.
The standing committees of the Itock
Island Club have been completed, the
McFarland had the better of the box-1 executive committee naming the mem
first is a man's face and figure,
but his figure must be dressed
in handsome and stylish cloth
ing if he wants it to do justice
to himself. When a man is
fitted and attired by us people
are always anxious to know who
his tailor is. We win patrons
by our work.
1812 Second Avenue,
If you want the best, and noth
ing but the best in Bakery Goods,
Ice Creams and Candies, go to
1716-1718 Second avenue.
These goods are not only the
feshest, but the most wholesome
and most delicious made, and
from nothing but the best ma
terial. Let us serve-you some of our
delicious Maple Parfeit, Lala
Rookh, New York Vanilla with
Brandied Cherries, Individual
Forms, Paper Cases, and other
fancy designs. Our line of Cost
Mottoes are the prettiest ever
Telephone or call, and have a
talk with us. We are sure to
Our Turkish Jelly and Marsh
mallows can't be beat for 15c
DANDRUFF DON'T WASH OUT.
ing, and several tunes it seemed as
though he would stop Ixinghrey, but
at the end Packey seemed about as
tired, although not as badly beaten
as the local tmy.
Loughrey was down for the count in
the second and third rounds, and went
to his knees in a couple of other
touiuls. I?ut he always came ba
Kttoiig. and to the very last wasTeady
to swan punches with McFarland at
any and all times.
For three rounds McFarland fought
Loughrey in. his own way, going to
lose quarters and staying there until
the bell rang. He was getting the
better or the local lad. who Is com
paratively new to the game, but
i Packer was tiring himself as well. In
the fourth round he tried to do a little
Shin last Two Hoiiuils,
He showed that he was considerably
line nt'iier noxer. aim uisu inai "f
.knows how to hit, which Loughrey
does not. But before the round was
half over Faekcy went to close quar
ters again, and, head to head, the two
men smashed and swung with both
hands, just as they had been doing all
through the earlier rounds. The great
er part of the fifth round was one long
mix-up and the. sixth was the same.
Il'.ililnin ;-t Verdict Over (iolnin
Boston. Jan. 29. Matty Baldwin of
Charlcsiown and Kid Goodman of this
ty hammered each other around the
ring lor iz rounds last nignt ociore
the Armory A. A., and Baldwin was
given the decision. During the early
rounds Goodman devoted his attention
to Baldwin's body and occasionally he
led for the face, with the result, that
Baldwin's lips negan to bleed before
the contest had gone very far.
Baldwin displayed much the greater
cleverness, keeping away from Good
man's famous right cross, which has
floored him on more than one occa
sion, and at the same time he exhibi
ted great generalship in feinting, then
drawing away and darting back with
a right jolt which usually landed on
Goodman's jaw or ear.
bers of the others, except .he houst.
committee, which like the executive
committee, was eierted by the diiec-tors.
The complete list of committees is
Executive I. S. White, chairman
Mayer Levi and John W. Parker.
House W. II. Rock, chairman; M.
S. Heagv and B. C. Hartz.
Entertainment Dr. R. M. Pearce
chairman; W. H. Dart. K. W. Lewis.
Robert Roxdale and 12. H. Gnyer.
Reception Dr. G. L. Eyster.- chair
man; Hon. L. S. McCabe.i Mayor II
C. Schaffer. Major C. W. Hawes. II
K. Brown, J. E. Wendell and B. D.
Railroads Hon. T. J. Modill, chair
man; F. C. Denkmann., W. H. Dart
Dr. E. M. Sala and Hugh E. Curtis.
Manufactures Frank Mixter, chair
man; S. S. Davis. Otto Huber. W. I.
Logardus and P. V'. Strickland
Street Railways and Interurban.s
F. G. Young, chairman; C. J. Searle
H. E. Casteel, Charles McIIugh. A. G
Anderson and W. J. Sweenev.
Arsenal Phil Mitchell, chairman;
H. A. J. McDonald, Carl Hellpenstell
Hon. E. W. Hurst and Hon. T. J
Tri-City L. Simon, chairman; John
Ohlwcilen- H. II. Cleaveland. W. A.
Rosenfield a,nd H. S. Cable.
Local Improvements E. II. Guyer
chairman; C. J. Larkin. Henry Carse,
M. C. Rice and W. C. Maucker.
Billiards G. A. Price, chaiiman;
Gus Tegeler, Dr. Louis Ostrom, A. D
Sperry and J. H. Trimble.
Bowling K. f. Anderson, chairman;
C. R. Naurse. H. G. Welch, F. W
Young and C. R. Chamberlin.
Cards J. G. Junge, chairman; F. H
Plummer. T. H. Thomas, Henry Stelck
and E. p. Dorn.
The Augustana basketball team ad
ministered an overwhelming defeat to
the Moline Y. M. C. A. team last night
by a score of 51 to 2. The game was
played in the college gymnasium and
was witnessed by a large crowd of
So perfect was the defensive work !
of the college team that the Y. M. C.
A. men were unable to secure a single
field basket during the entire game.
Both points scored bv the Moline
team were made in the first half on
foul throws. -The feature of the game
was the defensive work of Reading in
interfering and breaking up the team
work of the Y. M. C. A. men. Paulson
also played a star game m tbiowing
The lineups were as follows:
Augustana Wahlund and Fops, c;
Ekblad, if; Paulson, If; Wyer, rg;
Y. M. C. A. Carlson, c; Anderson,
rf; Norman, If; Mangel, rg; Me
Field basket.? Paulson, 11; Ekblad.
0; Wyer, 5; Reading. 2.
Foul baskets Ekblad. 3; Norman, 2.
Hefereo Aiid?rs-on. I'mpire Lund
curtain raiser was played between
the Rock Island high school juniors
and the Augustana Grays, an academy
organization. The game was close
and exciting throughout (he juniors
finally winning by a score of 15 to Li.
Petticoats are an important f eature
of January Sale of Muslin Underwear
SHE strength of a Muslin Underwear Sale is measured by the assortment
and character of the petticoats. Run a tape measure around any of our
petticoats, you will be surprised and pleased at the fullness. Good assortments
are provided at every price. It is the full width, the beautiful patterns of the
laces and embroideries used in trimming, and superior quality of materials
that is impressing our patrons so favorably with the petticoats in this sale.
Pitcher Ed Smith, who was formerly
witn Kock island and has since seen
service with St. Ixiuis, has been sold
by St. Paul to South Bend.
Peoria has signed F. F. Just,' a To
ledo, Ohio, amateur, to play first base.
The Short Petticoats at 25c are
splendid values. Made of good
muslin and are cut reasonably full.
Have a wide yoke-cut waist band.
Trimmed wirh neat hemstitched
ruffle. Unequalled at 25
Both Long and Short Petti
coats at 50c. Made of good
cambric and muslin. Some
have embroidery and tucks,
others tucked and hem
stitched ruffles. The mater
ials and trimmings both will
launder well. Note
worthy values at .G
Children's little mus
lin skirts with or with
out attached waists.
Those without waists
are trimmed with ruf
fle; with waists have
plain hem. Special at,
each, 12 l2d
Petticoats of excellent quality
muslin,, made with very deep
flounces trimmed with eyelet and
blind embroidery of handsome pat
tern. These compare well with .
the average $1.25 petticoat, at J)8
Cambric . and muslin Petticoats,
some have three rows of lace in
sertion, others with eyelet em
At $5 we show several strik
ing values. One has three
circular rows of lace inser
tion interset with rows of
dust ruffle, at ,"
coats. The embroid
ering is exquisite;
fine specimens of
the expert needle
work for which
French women are
so justly celebra
ted. .sn.rn to
PLAY INDOOR FOOTBALL
The Germ That Causes It Has to
Destroyed, to Cure Dandruff.
Many a woman spends an hour twice
a week scouring her scalp, thinking
that by scrubbing off the scurff she
will cure the dandruff. Two hours a
week, at the age of 40 years, she has
Hcnt 200 day3 of 12 hours each, or
two-thirds of a year of her life, in that
vain hope; vain because you can't
cure dandruff without killing the dan
druff germ, and the only hair prepara
tion on earth that, will do that is New
bro's "Herpicide" also a delightful
hair dressing, and thorough antiseptic
against all contagion from use of oth
er's hair brushes. Sold by leading
druggists. Send 10 cents in stamps
for sample to The Herpicide company,
Detroit. Mich. Sold in two sizes, 50
cents and $1. T. H. Thomas, special
Axel Rosenquist passed away at 1
o'clock this morning at his home,
432 Forty-sixth street, after an illness
of 10 days with pneumonia. Mr.' Ro
senquist was born in Moline, March
20, 1877, and attended the Moline pub
lic schools. Some years ago he se
cured employment at the steel mills,
and continued t,here as a roller until
his last illness. His marriage took
place in Moline. April 7, 1906, his wife,
who survives liim, having been Miss
I Christina Maason. He leaves, besides
I his wife, a little daughter five weeks
old. His mother. Mrs. Cecelia Hanslev
residing in South Dakota; a sister,
Mrs. Rose Sowash of Moline, and his
brother, Godfrey Rosenquist of Mo
line, also survive him. He was 'a mem
ber of the steel workers' union, of the
mutual Protective league and of the
Moline Aerie of Eagles. The funeral
will probably be held Saturday after
noon from the home, and will he in
charge of the Eagles. Burial will take
place at Riverside cemetery, Moline.
Holds Bill Insufficient in Case Involv
ing Vaudeville Attraction at a
The war between the proprietors of flrst team and
Two Picked Teams Have Try-Out at
New Game at Y. M. C. A.
Two picked teams, terming them
selves the Heroes and the Conquerors,
played a game of indoor football or
.soccer at the Y. M. C. A. last night.
a basketball being used for t he pur
pose. Two 15 minute halves were
played, the first ending 5 to 4 in favor
of the Heroes and the final score being
9 to 8 in their faVor. The players on
the two teams were the following:
Heroes Shiffer, captain; P. Swan-
son. IS. Woods, Kittilsen, Krell, jAin
deen. Tabor. Druckmiller. Bodell and
Conquerors Charles, captain; Swan-
son; Karns, Lamp, F. Barker, A. Lun-
deen, Hoffman, Carpenter, Slaughter,
Tracy and Caton.
Tonight the first and second basket
ball teams will play a practice game
preparatory to the contest between the
the Ottumwa, Iowa,
Mrs. Mary Martin.
Mrs. Mary Martin, widow of the late.
Dr. Thomas Martin of Coal Valley,
passed away at 5:30 this morning at
her home, 1034 Nineteenth street.
Death was due to the infirmities of age.
Mrs. Martin was born in Coolnabong.
County Fermanagh, Ireland, April 24.
1824. She came with her parents tc
America in 1848 and located at Pre
emption. She was married'to William
Brown of Camden Mills, as Milan was
then known, in 1854. Mr. Brown died
in 1857 and two years later she was
married to Dr. Martin and lived in
Coal Valley thereafter for a number
of years. Dr. Martin died in 1S90 and
in 1895 Mrs. Martin came to this city
and made her home here.
Mrs. Martin is survived by three
If year doctor says lae Ayer's Sar
taparilla, then lake il. If he has any'
thing better, then take that.
If you are all run down, easily tired, thin,
pale, nervous, go to your doctor. Stop guess
ing, stop experimenting, go direct to your
doctor. Ask. bis opinion of Ayer's non-tlco-holic
Sarsaparilla. No alcohol, no stimula
tion. A blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong
alterative, an aid to digestion. 'owT'SSi
the two Moline vaudeville houses, the
Elite and. the Family theaters, wa
carrieu into tne circuit court late yes-
ieraay aiternoon, ti. a. soomi, pro
prietor of the Family theater, filing an
injunction against Norman Frieden-
aald and Charles Berkell of the Elite,
and the members of the vaudeville
:ompany, "Henderson's School Boys
and Girls," to restrain the company
from appearing at the Elite in Moline
this week. The bill alleged a previous
contract for an appearance at the Fam
ily theater. This morning Judge E. C.
craves heard the bill, and denied the
;njunction, holding that the bill and
the contract alleged were insufficient.
The Hendersons are to appear at the
Elite here next week. They have been
liere several times, and are' great fa
In the injunction suit G. A. Shall-
berg and C. E. Dietz represented the
'-"amily theater management, and May
r Andrew Olson of Moline and S. R.
Kenworthy of this city appeared for
team Saturday "night.
Chicago, Jan. 29. Following are the
market quotations today:
May, 100, 101. 100, 100.
July, 97. 98',. 97i, 97Vj.
Special items in our Clearance Sale
")0c Novelty Dress Goods in checks, stripes and plaids for school dresses, yd. 32c
50c grade all-wool imported Challies; neat, tasteful patterns, on sale, yard, 2oc
An assortment of silk-mixed wool Eoliennes in plaids and polka dots, yard, 75c
Printed Foulards in patterns suitable for waists and dresses, on sale, yard, 49c
Double-fold gray and' brown plaid suitings, regular 10c grade, on sale, yard, 6c
Arnold's 27-inch Flannelettes, neat patterns, 12 l2c grade at 8 l-2c.
White waistings, voiles & pretty mercerized effects 25c grade, 12 l-2c.
1.50 & 1.69 hemstitched & unhemmed bordered Table Cloths, $135.
Cotton Crash, yd., 3 l-8c; Remnants Table Damask & Towelings, 20 discount
15c box Holland Linen ntmg Paper, 24 sheets, '24 envelopes, on sale, box, 9c
$2 Marvel Washable Kid Gloves, 51,-5:4 and 6 sizes only, on sale, pair, $1.29
Miscellaneous assortment Centerpieces, Doilies, Pillow Tops,. actual worth
An assortment of Pillow Tops, regularly 50c, in the Clearance Sale at, each, 39c
Bristle Military Brushes, genuine ebony backs, were $3.98, at $3.25.
Gold Set La Vallieres with stone pendants, $3.50 kinds now at $2.00.
50c Bead Neckchains in black, blue, amber, crystal and pink at 39c.
58c 18-inch Embroidery Flouncings, beautiful patterns, now on sale, yard, 42c
50c Oriental, Valenciennes and Cluny Laces in white, ecru and black, yard. 19c
Cotton Torchon and Imitation Cluny Laces, 3 to 5-inch widths, on sale, yard, 5c
il.50 "SV. T. Corsets, medium bust long hip model; sizes 18 to 30; on sale at 88c
Children's 3.50 velvet, gray corduroy, white bedford & red flannel Coats, $1.39
Assorted pure sugar mixed and home-made Candies, sale, 2 lbs. 15c.
$13.75, 100-piece "Iroquois" Syracuse china Dinner Set, now $9.50.
Harned and Von Maur's special lava coated Gas mantles, on sale, 5c.
Women's .$30 broadcloth coats, tight and loose-fitting models, on sale at $16.50
Women's $35 loose-fitting Coats of light-weight kersey, braid trimmed, $19.50
$40 tine near seal coats hi fashionable 24inch length, now on sale at just $30.00
$5.05 and $6.50 Dress Skirts of black, blue and brown Panama, sale price, $4.48
Wool and Madras vaists, good styles but small sizes only, Clearance Sale, 98c
SPEND A NICKEL
' AND STEAL $6
Fwo Young Men Tap Cash Drawer of
Bakery .While Clerk Attends
i to Another Customer. .
The Eagle bakery located at Third
ivenue and Eleventh street was robbed
) two young men who entered the
tore yesterday afternoon shortly after
. o'clock. The men entered and bought
; cents worth of cookies, and-asked
ermission to eat them in a rear room.
. his they were granted, the woman
i i-uaigc meanume watting an an--ther
customer. WTien she went to
ne money drawer for ehange she
ound it empty and saw that the two
nen had hastily departed. About $c
n cnange was taken.
X. B. C. Soda Crackers,
Per box 1.00
Three pounds Jersey
Lunch Crackers 25?
Six pounds California
One-half pound Glass
Dry Beef 10
New Orleans Molasses,
per gallon 40?
Baked Beans 15f?
per can ej
Baking Soda 5
N. B. C. standard Ginger
snaps, per pound ej
What. Causes Headache.
From October to May, colds are the
nost rrequent cause of headache. Lax
tive bromo quinine removes cause.
W. Grove on box. 25 cents.
LARSON & LARSON
CASH GROCERS. ' ,
Old Phone west 983, New 5535.
Cor. 7th Ave. and 15th St.
September, 94. 95'4, 94. 94.
May, 00, Cl4, 60, G0.
July, 59'4, 591,6, 59. 59 ft.
.September, 5S, 59, 5S, 5S.
May. 53. 53. 53, 53.
July, 404, , , 40',.
September. 3S4, SSVfc, 3SVS. 3S.
January, 12.07, 12.15, 12.07, 12.10.
May, 12.55, 12.C7, 12.52, 12.00.
January, 7.55, 7.C2, 7.55, 7.55;
fttay, i.tt, i.MJ, .iu,
January, closed C.40.
May, C.72, C.75, C.C.7, C.72.
Receipts today: Wheat, 15; corn.
20G; oats, 109; hogs. 53.WXI; cattle,
2S.O00; sheep, 22,000.
Estimated receipts Thursday: Wheat
22; corn. 291; oats, 130; hogs, 40.000
Hog market opened weak 510
cents lower. Hogs left over. 6.OO0.
Light. $4.104.35; mixed and butch
ers, $4.154.42; good heavy, 54.15
4.40; rough heavy, ?4.154.20.
Cattle market opened weak 1020
Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha Hogs, 2.000; cattle, 5,000.
Kansas City Hogs, 20.000; cattle,
Hog market closed mostly 1013
cents lower. Light, $4.004.27; mixed
and buichers, $4.054.35; good heavy,
$4.054.35; rough heavy. $1.054.10.
Cattle market closed weak 15ifJ20
cents lower. Beeves, $3.COC05;
cows and heifers, $1.704.G0.
Sheep market closed weak.
150. Duluth Today, 46; last week,
64; last year, 3.
Liverpool opening cables Wheat un
changed, corn lower.
Liverpool closed Wheat lower,
corn 14 to lower.
New York Stacks.
New York, Jan. 29. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Gas 8512, U. P. 122, U. S. SteeT
preferred 92. U. S. Steel common
27, Reading 101. Rock Island pre
ferred 28, Rock Island common 13,
Southern Pacific 73, N. Y. Central
97, Missouri Pacific 43. Smelters
06. C. F. I. 19, Canadian Pacifl..'
1491,6. Illinois Central 1314. Penna
112, Erie. 15V1. C. & O. 29'4, B. R.
T. 45, B. & O. 87. Atchison 71.
Locomotive 27V4, Sugar 1121,6, St. Paul
112, Copper 5U'4. Republic Steel pre
ferred CS, Republic
17, Southern Ry. 10.
Cattle Steers $3.50 to $5.50; cows
afad heifers $2.00 to $1.00; calves, $4.00
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn COc; oats 4Sc Jto 50c.
Northwestern receipts. Minneapolis
OOOOOOOOOOOOCOCOOOOOOCOOOO Today, 1C0; last week, 277;. last year
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Jan. 29. Following are
the wholesale quotations on the marker
Provisions and Produce.
Eggs Fresh, 23c.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 8c
per pound; hens, per pound. 7c; ducks,
per pound, 7c to 8c; turkeys per pound
13c; geese per pound 7c to 8c.
Butter Dairy, 23c to 24c
Vegetables Potatoes, 50c; onions,
Hogs $3.75 to $4.25.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00 to
$5.00; lambs, $4.50 to $C75. ,
- - . .
Of the Reliable Sort Only at Our
If you need spectacles, eye
glasses, opera or field glasses,
eye glass clips, chain guards, or
expert repairing don't hunt up
a bargain counter It's time and
Buy of our reliable kinds and
get an honest return for your
Full line of automobile and auto
cycle goggles here.
1702 Second Avenue, 6