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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, JN'OVEMRER 30, 100D .
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ie Tobacco Habit
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PLANS FOR BIG
LODGE OF MOOSE
Institution of the Rock Island
Branch to Take Place at
Close of Holidays.
ARE TO BE 1,000 MEMBERS
National Organizer I. W. Cunning-
ham to Remain on Ground Until
While the date of the Institution of
the proposed local lodge of the Loyal
Order of Moose has not been fixed
definitely. National Organizer I. W.
Cunningham, who Is on the ground, an
nounced today that the event would
take place directly after the close of
the holiday season. Mr. Cunningham
Is making his headquarters acSNew
Harper. He says the charter member
ship of the Rock Island lodge will bo
"If you come in while the Hock Is
land lodge is forming you rend the
sacred veil for ?3 a rent, and you are
a charter member," Mr. Cunningham
says. "After that it costs you ?: a
year to stay in and have thiiu.s done
for you when you are ill. provided you
have convinced the medical examiner
that you have never died of cancer,
consumption, or any other hereditary
disease, and in ail probability never
will, and that you do net habiiually
patronizo the medical prs-f.-s-.-ion, an 1
the only reason you wire reject!'! by
the insurance compr.ny was because
you couldn't pay the first pr.-v.ium, and
the only substance you E;i'"ii5 i:i your
pipe is tobacco. Afier that, nnd tread
ing the mystic forest you are in. and a
fellow Moose, with the ',' u members
in Chicago. 1.1 f in Peoria. V',, m UecK
fcrd. and the local lodvros senei-rillv.
end especially with ;h.-s i'rom Ilo.-k
Island who are waiti;-.;- to near th-
antlers. As scun as t'u
instituted the initiation
e t ill o ur
The Loyal Unl'.r of Moose v.
ganized in i.ouisvil!.', K. Ap
l-SSS. It is not a lass orpp.i:
but is open to all go.u hi;-. jr.;
ou ' . male eh
1 us'.if ss and woi'k
inind ;u'l body, in
i en s, profess; nal,
in? men of s-ouud
tween the a.:
as social r.:e:;
i si activity ;
fiu: of the L
tiii! the r.!e-l-evn
: in t i:e ec :
s of 21 a:; I
:bers. fiel ;
llli ; V ' l
:: tl'l . e ye;.
. :i,;e of :he
I'olant Wins hi
n IVir Wrctlins
Chica.o, X .v. 30. :
zko. pride of i'ohrid.
traction at Kivtrview
in the br. st wrestling
. ;-s the star at
r::iii last niciit
show that has
been seen on the north west si-1?.
biir I'ole was billed to meet L.-o
dclio an J ma.L' a good s'owi!1.-- by
putting the husky Ch'eny.c m o'i th.
mat in two straight falls. He won the j
i'rrt fall with a crotch and wrist hold i
in 3 minutes end 50 seconds. I
was harder t3 handle the recond
in the rint? and it took Z':iy-t;;ko 7 min-
utes and 4'J seconds to get the deciding
There were hundreds of Zbyszko'.s
countrymen in the crowd of ",!'; taat
filled the rink, and he got a frreat ova
it ion when he made his appearance,
! and a bigger one when he was an
I nounced the winner of the star bout.
(Jack Herman, Zay&zko's manager, an
i nounced to the crowd that his man
woidd not be satisfied until he had had
ia try for the championship with Frank
Gotch Fails to Throw Roller.
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 3i. Dr. B. E.
i Roller, wrestling champion of the Pa
cific coast, held Frank Gotch, world's
heavyweight wrestling cnampion,
minutes wdthout a fall last night at an
exhibition here. The men sparred five
utes before goin to the mat and
at the end of 13 minutes Holler re-
j gained his feet. Gotch hn Roller
j twice In close quarters, but the west
; erner worked himself out of danger
j each time by a supremo effort. In the
i last two mlnute3 Roller broke nearly
i all of Gotch's favorite holds. Gotch
threw Jack Asman of Kansas City
twice in seven minutes.
WAYS GREASED FOR ,
PASSAGE OF SHIP SUB
CinV DM I PY rnWHRrr-vC'"181' owner of the Denver franchise in
blUY DILL bl LU.':uniOvijthe western Baseball league, has
(Continued from rage One.)
permitted us to build, and largely to
own, nearly all the ships that the
ocean-carrying trade requires; and
Americans have caused a loss of about
?20O,KJ0.O0O annually of freight money
that they might hayo appropriated to
themselves. A policy of free ships, if
adopted In America now, would un
questionably benefit our shipyards for
one or two years; but the competition
to which American shipwrights would
sulphur, civcena. ". soda-m cwrid, g
Capsicum, Save, Alcohot. Wacer, Perfume. 1
V? vour cJoctor,
AsK your ciactor.
A? yoirtr doctor.
AssU your doctor.
he forced would soon enable them to
divide with us the ship-owning of the
world, in both of which industries they
have heretofore so kindly given us the
While England and Germany subsi
dize steamship lines, it has never
been proven the result has been ben
ficial. The Hamburg-American Steam
ship company, one of the most pros
perous and one of the largest in exist
ence, receives no bounties and has not
for several years.
The Cane of Germany.
Since Germany adopted a policy of"
admitting shipbuilding materials frae
of duty, its maritime industries have
grown amazingly. Joseph Chamber
lain, the English protectionist leader,
admits free shipbuilding materials is
one of the explanations of Great Brit
ain's lead in shipbuilding, and prom
ises that should protection ever be
substituted for free trade, he would
not presume to put any tariff on ship
So overwhelming is British mari
time supremacy, tinder free trade, that
to set out the shipping tonnage of the
protectionist nations, is to make their
figures look ridiculously small:
OCEAN TONNAGE OF TlfE LEAD
ING MARITIME NATIONS, 1900.
Great Britain 11,107,000
Germany 2.51 C. 000
United States 939.00)
TAKE UP IN EARNEST
FORMING OF NEW LEAGUE
Meeting jt fVc.ria Dec. f lVuctieally
Arranged l.-r to Take in Towns
Out in the Cold.
Tlie movctnent for a new league
to take in Jacksonville and Decatur
has progressed to such a state that
arrangements have about been mle
for a meeting at Peoria Dec. 6, for
the purpose of organizing. Repre
sentation will be solicitatod from the
two tities named, Moiine, Joliet,
Kankakee, Streator, East St. Louis
and Elgin in Illinois, and Clinton.
Muscatine and. Cedar Rapids in Iowa.
It is proposed to form a Class C cir
cus;;, one notch, below the Three-Eye
and enc above the Central associa
tion. TEARWEY ''ONE ON MIKE"
';!ooi:;i:v-i.?on Wfiier Se-iiir Tliin.ns in i
A'ew U;iit Hi:ce l-.'lect ion.
Lloomir,' :c:i r.tnt::;rapli : The Rock!
Ldard i..V3 asks: "Do the southern
air. Ann tea tecall r.nv time they ever I
s-.'iprcd a : al poeid one over on Mikej
o. xton : A-k i!ie estimable Mr. lear
::;. U s the j!us er.
ii,.." o:e! If tiiut's the case the
Biooiai. '.on writer has gott-.'n hin:seif
into a pretty fix. Before and even ou
th. day c" the meeting at which Mr.
T'.:r::ey was elected, this correspoad
c.it did his best to inform the world
that Decatur was to be a.ain admitted
a:. I Ed Holland elected president.
Never did he have a crood word to say
lor Mr. Tearney. who, he broadly hint
d, was not thought much of by the
southern clubs. But now we are to
believe that it was the intention all
alcn.i; to elect the Chicagoan. Sort cf
ha:d on Mr. Holland, wasn't it. not to
mention the newspapers that were fu--liis.hed
with the wrong dope?
TRIPLE TiE IS THE RESULT
IntJ-restiiifr Situation in the Billiard
Xew York. Xov. A triple tie for
; the world's professional 18.2 balk-ilne
billiard championship resulted from
: yesterday's play in the tournament at
Madison Square garden. At the after
noon session George Sutton of Chicago
defeated Firmin Cassignol, the French
champion, and in the evening Calvin
Deinarest of Chicago won from George
Siosson, the Xew York player.
The two winners of yesterday, there
fore, are tied with Harry P. dine of
Philadelphia, each of the three having
completed his schedule with four
games won and one lost. One came
is still to be played in the regular
series between Slossou and Cutler,
and this will be decided Thursday
nfternoon, while the triple tie for first
place will be played out in threa
games. Dernarrst pllying Cline tomor
row, the loser of that match playing
Sutton Thursday, and tho winners f
the two matches playing on Friday.
Little Rock Franchise Sold.
Little Rock, Ark., Nov. "0. Twelve
thousand dollars is the amount agreed
on for the sole of the local Southern
league franchise to Chattanooga par
ties. The check reached here yester
day, but was returned, as the Little
Rock officials want the transaction car
ried on through the oftlces of the Na
May Sell Denver Franchise.
Denver, Colo., Nov. 30. R. R. Burke
given an option on his stock to James
McGill of Denver for 20 days. Burke,
it is said, has an opportunity to invest
in a franchise in the American associa
tion, conditional on the disposal cf
his interests in the Western league.
Does Not End Till 9th.
It vras erroneously stated that the
quail shooting season ended yesterday.
Thi3 is not the case, the close of the
season being Dec. 9, there being 28
days beginning with Nov, 11 on which
the birds may be lawfully slaughtered.
Many' school children suffer from
constipation, which is often the cause
of seeming' stupidity at lessons. Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
are an ideal medicine to give a child,
for they are mild and gentle in their
effect, and will cure even chronic con
stipation. Sold by all druggists.
Milwaukee Man Given Decision
Over Lew Powell at End
of 20 Rounds.
CONTEST BLOODY AT TIMES
1 Easterner Proved More Aggressive
and Cleverer Sullivan and
Gardner in Fiasco.
San Francisco, Nov. 30. Ad Wol-
gast of Milwaukee was given the de
cision last night over Lew Powell at
the end of 20 rounds of fierce and tit
times bloody fighting. Wolgast had
the better of the contest from start
to finish, and his whirlwind rushes and
aggressive ln-fightlng proved a com
bination that the local fighter was un
able to meet.
Powell Won Favorite.
Powell was the favorite at odds of
10 to 8 and was backed for thousands.
It is now conceded by all that Wolgast,
after his showing against Powell, is
the legitimate opponent of Champion
The fight last night was remarkable
for the terrific clip the fighters main
tained and the disinclination to break
ground or shirk punishment.
Wolgast opened the battle as if he in
tended to make it a runaway fightl He
dazzled Powell with his speed. His
aggressive fighting at close range waa
a revelation. Time and again he drove
right and left short arm blows to body
and jaw and kept his arms going with
such piston-like regularity that Powell
was all at sea. He could not elude the
Milwaukeean's rushes. The best he
could do was to protect himself. Wol
gast devoted his early attacks to the
kidneys and soon a great red blot be
decked Powell's back.
I'nuKlit at Clonr Itnnr.
The men fought almost constantly at
cloe range, and while in this position
Wolgast sent smash after smash on
the Californian's jaw and face, and
soon blood was fpoutirg in a stream
from his mouth and nose. One round
was a repetition of another, with Wol
gast invariably holding the upper hand.
In the 12th round Powell made bis
only showing. It was the most vicious
of the fight. Vor a moment it looked
as though Powell might turn the ta
bles. Ho sent in several ponderous
right smashes as Wolgast rushed in
and forced him to si all most of the
round. Toward the close of the round,
however, Wolgrst cut loose again, and
after .administering an awful beating
the California!! went to his corner in
a semi groggy condition.
.en- Ilavrn I-'fsht 1 n Joke
New Haven, Conn., Nov. U'b Jimmy
Gardner of Iwcll never had a chanc;
in his 12 round go with Mike (Twin)
Sullivan of Cambridge, before tho
Anchor Athletic club in the Grand
opera bouse. Sullivan boxed him right
and lelt, but the blows were light and
the crowd refused to take the bout
seriously. The men were hissed sev
eral times, once or twice the cry of
"Frameup" was heard. No visible
punishment was taKen or given.
Neither turned a hair during the mil!.
Gardner played for Sullivan's body
throughout the go. He punched so
low several times, he was warned by
I.oujtlirrj- Toyi With Murphy
Boston, Mass., Nov. 30. Young
Loughrey of Philadelphia completely
a first cla $s
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ILLINOIS TJAEATEJS 1111 niMft,
outclassed Eddie Murphy, the souili
Boston lightweight, in a 12 round con
test at the National A. C, South Bos
ton, last night. Murphy never had a
"look in," and to those who were
seated at the ringside it appeared as
if Loughrey pulled his punches in or
der to let Murphy go the limit.
South Cannot Get IHk Flsbt
Savannah, Ga., Nov., .10. That he
would not fight James J. Jeffries south
of the Mason and Dixon line was the
statement made yesterday in a tele
gram to Manager Nick Aprea of &
local athletic club by Jack Johnson,
heavyweight pugilist, in answer to the
latter's offer of a purse for the battle.
This statement accompanies the ad
vice that It would be useless for a
southern club to make an offer, as the
black man would not consider It.
GIVE BANQUET TO
CLOSE THE SEASON
West Kin! Football Players of Moiine
and Many of Their Followers
to Dine This Evening.
The West End football team of
Moiine will close its season this eve
ning with a banquet at which the
members of the squad and a num
ber of the followers of the team will
be present. The affair will be held
at Northwestern hall, in Moiine, and
table will be set for 150. The mayors
of both Moiine and Hock Island have
been invited to be present and a
good time is expected.
MAN ARRESTED ON
How in "Shanty Boat Town" Will
Have an Airing in Justice
Emma Yerstringer ami Henry B
land, residents of the west end of the
city in the part known as "shanty boat
town." appeared in police court this
morning as the principals in an assault
and battery case.
The woman charged the man with
assaulting her by boating her and tear-
ir.g her clothing Boland claims that
he did no such thing and that in the
scrap which die admits took place he
was merely defending himself. He
says that the Yerstringer woman and
another woman were settling a fiirlit
between themselves and that he and
ihe husband of the complainant wenj
Mrs. Yerstringer, he says, was be
laboring tho other woman over the
head with a stick of wood and he sug
gested to her husband that he stop the
performance. The husband thereupon
advanced upon Boland, so claims the
defendant, and a scuffle took place, in
which it seems that Boland had the
Tho case will be tried before Justice
George P. Nissen next Tuesday after
noon. Special Taxation Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons interested that the city council
of the city of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, Laving ordered that a local
Improvement be made by the living
of a six-inch watermatn on Fifteen' fi
avenue from Forty-lifth street to Forty
sixth streets, the ordinance for the
same being on file in the office of the
city clerk, having applied to the county
court of Rock Island county for an as-
sessment of the costs of s-iid improv-
ment, according to frontage, and an
assessment therefor having been made
and returned to said court, the final
hearing thereon will be had on the
3 0th day of December, A. D. 1! '9, or as
soon after as the business of the court
will permit. All persons desiring may
file objections in said court before
I said day, and may appear on the lu ar
I ing and make their defense. Said as
sessment is payable in 10 installments,
land all Installments except the firrt
! shall bear -interest from and after the
I date of tho first vouc her issued on ac
count of work done until paid, at the
rate of 5 per cent per annum.
II. F. NYQFIST.
Official Appointed to Make Said As
sessment. Dated this 30th day cf November, A.
D. 1909. i
Would Leave Manuel In Dark.
Paris, Nov. 30. King Manuel of
Portugal attended a performance at
the opera last evening. This was
made the occasion of another exploit
by "King" Pataud, secretary cf the
electricians' union, who a few mi:i-
Clairvoyant and Psychic ;
tion of a most ;
exacting pub- I
iic to test her .
use of wast-'
ing space or ;
time trying '
what AUuu. Zora can . do. ' Her,
honorable and ' fair dealings
in the twin-cities have won j
for her the good will of the press;
and the people. Gives advice on all
important matters of life pertaining'
to business, law suits,-changes, mar- j
riage and domestic affairs. Warns j
you of coming danger, trouble and i
sickness. All curiosity Eeckers must ,
turn your steps from my door, but
if in trouble of . any kind and need
advice, come today, torucrnw may
be. too, late, fehe , guarantees satis
faction or accepts no fee.
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.First "Ikjor West of the IJaptist
&WV. ft i
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and dealer in
Guns and Ammunition.
Also carry a large stock of
HUNTING C OX.TS
utes before the performance began
sent an ultimatum to the manage
ment that the salaries of tho elec
tricians must be increased or the
current would be cut off. Mr. Brous-
san, director of the opera, had no al
ternative but to comply with the de
mand. A WOMAN'S BACK.
The Aches and Pains Will Disappear
If Hie Advice of This ICock Is
land Citi7.-n Is Followed.
A woman's back has many aches
Most times 'tis the kidney's fault.
Backache Is really kidney ache;
That's why Loan's Kidney Pills
Many Rock Island women know
Read what one has to say obut it.
Miss Hilda W. Olson. 410 Ninth
street. Rock Island, 111., says. "I was
caused much misery by pains across
my kidneys and my back was very
weak. Alter being on my feet for
any length of time or doing any
walking, I felt ell tired out and was
j "hged to sit down and rest,
! -Sidney Pills were so highly
,;ienaea- luat 1 procured a Pox at
! the Harper House pharmacy. The
: f rst fow doses pave me rcl,ef and
wnen i naci used tnree boxes or tne
remedy, my condition was better in
every way. I consider Doan's Kid
ney Pills an excellent preparation
for troubles caused by weak kld-
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by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf
falo. N. Y., solo agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
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word and claim sworn to above, and
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