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THE ROCK ISL'AXD ARGUS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1911.
ALL IS READY FOR
Field Judge and Head Lines
man to Come From Col
lege at Aledo, HI.
SIXGEES CALL EACH
OTHEE HARD NAMES
THREE TEAMS IN
TIE FOR THE TOP
Race in the Semi-Pro Bowling
League Is a Tight One j
at Present. !
ou Are Losing Money
ALL OFFICIALS STRANGERS
CUBS TAKE A BIG BRACE
Every time you buy a suit or overcoat and don't know it.
If it isn't in quality, it is in the price
We can make you a suit or overcoat to your measure for
None of Quartet That In In Charge
of Content Has Worked for
Either Team Before.
Win Three Straights From the Stock
Leaders and Are Only Three
Games From Lead.
Field Judge and head linesman j
for the big battle of the season that '
v comes tomorrow between Rock Ib-
land and Moline at the Island City j
ball park will come from William j
and Vashti college at Aledo. Coach j
Clark of the college team will art!
as field Judge and the other official j
will be chosen from the college team j
by the coach. The selection was j
made by Manager Falrehllds of the!
Moline faculty and was agreeable to j
the local management. The Quota J
nf officials now includes the Aledo!
.men and Pasini and Richards of!
the physical department of the
teachers' training school at Cedar ;
Falls. Iowa. None of the men has
ever been an official in games played
by either team and for this reason'
the Dejections seem good ofips. They -have
no apparent interest in the
outcome and their work should be
IIOI'K vun SI AH1F.
Definite the gloomy weather today 5
everyone looks for brighter condi-,
tions tomorrow. Kven should the,
sky be cloudy, the field v. ill be In
good condition for the sod will in
terfere with a muddy field. That
is one of the adantages of the local
Advantage of Thi
Your money back upon request at
our store if Rc-xall Hair Tonic-
doesn't do as we claim. That's our
guarantee. You obligate jours -If to
nothing whatever. Could you ask
or could we give you stronger proof
.i our confidence in the hair restor
ing qualities of this preparation?
We could not afford to so strongly
endorse Rexail "03" Hair Tonic and
continue to sell it as we do if it did
not do all we claim it will. Should
our enthusiasm have carried
away and Kexall "!'.''" Hair Tonic
not give entire satisfaction to the
us-tr, they would Iot,e faith in us
and our statements and in conse
quence our business prestige would
We assure you that if your hair
is beginning to unnaturally f;ill out
r if you have any scalp trouble,
Rexall "3" Hair Tonic will prompt
ly eradicate dandruff. stimulate
hair growth, and prevent premature
baldness or the abeve guarantee be
comes operative. Two sizes ".n cents
and $1. Sold only at our store the
Kexall store. The Thomas Drug
'i If r ;
A WZ" -J J
Mile. Trentlnl Is a "peanut" and a
"cake of soap," according to Enrico
Cameo, the famous tenor. Caruso,
the prima donna retorts, Is "zee peeg
wiz zee face like zee sponge." It all
happenen when Trentini announcer!
that siie and Caruso were to wed. and
Caruso, with much uncomplimentary
talk, denied it. They are now en
gaged in a long distance verbal duel
via the newspapers, she Is in Chica
go, he 1n New York.
gridiron. The wires which have been
strung on either side of it have
been put there for the purpose of
holding the crowds away from the
sidelines. If there is infringement
of in, rules bv the rooters of eithei
,t,ere ;n i.o nennirr ,v 1 he
team whose supporters insist on
crowding oer the wire. Only the
respmaijves or ine press wiu ie al
lowed inside the wire.
II I) LAM- S( KIMMAt.K.
Yesterday nfu-rnoon saw the fina'
scrimmage for the football teams and
today there was nothing more than
an indoor practice of signals. The
squads are both in good condition
with the exception of a man or two. -
Coach Corneal has notified his men
that a little wobble will result in a
sid'line pass to the offender. Kach
bus been instructed to do his part.
Confidence of btory has been
thrown into the discard and the men
i have been advised to have confi-
dence in their own ability to do their
part against the man who oppose
The mass meeting held this after
noon at the s'hool was full of en
thusiasm and did much to encour
age the boys to do their best tomorrow.
Bachelors IS 12
Stock Leaders 13 12
Plow City 15 12
Cubs 9 IS
i Three teams tied for the leader
;6hip of the Semi-Pro league shows
; that the race has resolved into one
j of the prettiest races possible in a
I league. The other team is three
! whole games behind and if It main
, tains the pace that it has set in the
J last few weeks, it will soon Jump up
Into the higher notches. Last night
I the Bachelors copped two out of
! three from the Plov City team and
pulled themselves up to a level with
! the team. Meanwhile the Cubs roll-
ed rings around the Stock Leaders
! In all three games and pulled them
down to the level of the other two
C't'BS STRIKE GAIT.
The Cubs bowled better than any
'of the other teams and Mixer who
j made 370 la6t week, rolled high sin
) g!e game score with 221 last night,
j The other members of the team perk
j ed up a bit while the Stocks went
; a tumbling. In the other series, the
Bachelors lost the first game by 15
pins and then won the other two,
j the last on a margin of five pins.
, The scores:
: Clf marm 177 145 140 672
115 157 122 444
Mixer 122 221 1C4 507 :
Meumann 135 133 154 422'
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sure and try Mi-o-na stomach tab
lets. If you want immediate relief
from an upset or rebellious stom
ach try Mi-o-na stomach tablets.
You might just as well get a 50
cent box today and start to put
your stomah in tip-top shape and,
make your body feel fine and ener-'
You take no risk, not a particle,
for if Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets do
not do all that is claimed for them
the Harper House pharmacy will re
turn your money. t
IP J, , UP I l
lAckman 164 158 118
I Totals 7C3 S14 9S
H. J. Wich 174 135 ICS
F. Hildebrandt 117 134 109
L Bredar 172 169 158
M. Karnes 131 143 134
"W. Bleuer 148 147 121
Totals 742 72? C90
Carron 125 102 122
Oherg 122 124 16
loiters 142 154 117
Schwecke 117 110 137
Stephens 195 156 170
Totals 701 706 732
'einhauer 103 126 145
Kinney 115 146 140
I. Ed 166 113 154
Ed 137 112 164
That you would have to pay elsewhere.
$25.00 to $30.00
And besides that, we guarantee every suit or overcoat
to be satisfactory or refund your money.
Pay us that intended visit and let us prove it.
122 Eighteenth Street
Rear Peoples National Bank, Rock Island
J. Claussen 195 125 124 444
Totals 716 622 727 2063
Mixer's second game was without an
error. He had five strikes and five
i spares. He copped the case of beer
offered for high score at the Deisenroth
Meenan won the third game for the
Cubs with his spare in the last frame.
The njargin for the winners was eight
Ackman's enforced rest last week
tuned him for the first two games, but
his third was a farce. He had six er
rors in it. The first three frames of
his second game pictured a "turkey,"
but he only made 158.
H. J. Wich and Hildebrandt of the
Stock Leaders had too much practice
before supper and were unable to warm
up in the series.
. i ii vn: . t-1 P V.
t. apiam uiwra j meuei ui
C" r,- T . . , J r- ro t i fi p f . . 1 1 H 1 111 r i hi m.
i .iwi i i n ' i i -i miir i iii w-'iin linn
se:f last ni--rht. and so his men could
IJUt lit- -ew&ui t-u.
Claussen w;u5 high for the Moline
contingent, with 444, so that shews an
easy time for the Bachelors.
Potter rolled ov r 50 a week ago
and last night rolled 413.
Stephens had the high score with
521 for the series and 195 tied Clans
sen's high single game score.
Schwecke was slightly Indisposed
last nit-'ht aiid failed to get quite as
many pins as usual.
JACK TIGHE IS ON
THE JOB AS USUAL
While Attending Bi Baseball C in
ference He Quietly Lines l'p
Some iood Men.
I Xewg from the big baseball camp at
San Antonio shows that Jack TiUe,
: leader of the 1912 Louisville Colonels
is on the job as Uniia and has copp d
!a couple of good players for his team
next year, provided they show cla.s m
1 the workout next spring. Burh, a
Brooklyn American league player Iihs
been signed for the outfield and none
other than our erratic friend, (irow-r
; Iaudermilk, he with the marvelous
supply of speed and cuvi-s and iax-k of
control, has been signed for a tryout
' in the k. Grover was w ith St. Iuis
! Cardinals last year and made a good
record. Probably the Iyj'jis ville team1
, v. ill have in the lineup Ilell of tht;
.McBride the former Islander outfielder
and Joe Berger, former Islander short
stop. McBide bc-iongs to Birmingham
and w-ilj have to be purchased to se
cure his release and Berger was pur
chased for the White Sox last year.
South Eend, Ind . Not. 17. Mana
ger Smith of the Grand Rapida club,
who resides in South Bend, yester
day completed the roster of his club
for the season of 1912. The players
under reserve are aa follows.
Catchers, Seanlon, Holmes and Mt
Donougb; pitchers, Essie, Lindsay,
Martin, Tobias and Smith; infi-rlders,
cehmick, Kihm. Koehler, Hadley, C.
Parfeftr anH P.arku'fIl mil flelrl f-
Geier, Kroy and La Jeune. The Iat-j
ter is secured by purchase and will
replace Core, drafted by San Fran
cisco. South Bend, Ind , Nov. 17. The
management of the Fort Wayne
(Continued on Page Seven.
f'riday, November 21.
The show jour local manager reeom
iiicikIs. IMtK i:s
I Boxes Fpper, $1.50, lower f2.0f.
rarouet, $1 and $1.50. Balcony
'.0c, 7."e, $1 and $1.50. Callery 50c.
Seat sale Sunday 10 a. m.
Phone West 22 4.
Fourth Ave. and Nineteenth St.
Monday afternoon and evening.
W. C. U. MINSTRELS and
Regular Empire Show
Tickets: Arcade Cigar Store,
1KIK l Ave.; Iturt lling
Store. 11'tJi St. and Hili Ave.;
IJeis Iru Store, "ill St. and
COHAN nd HARM IS PftKBl
For Brush Shooting
Winchester shotguns and rifles. Remington
shotguns and rifles, Stevens shotguns and
rifles, Marlin shotguns and rifles.
Also the largest stock of new loaded shells In the tri-cities.
218-17fh sfreet,R .
Purlng the winter season
the use of cereals make many
a tempting dish and help con
siderable in bringing down the
amount of your food bills.
Our line of cereals is strict
ly new, bright, fresh stock.
Navy beans, fancy hand pick
ed, a pound 7c,
four pounds 25c
Lima beans, California, a
three pounds 25c
Red kidney beans, a pound Sc,
three pounds 25c
Green Scotch peas, a pound 7c,
3 pounds 25c
Large Marrofat peas, a pound
7c, tliree and a half
Lentels, imported, a pound 10c
three pounds 25c
Rice, fancy Carolina head, O
clear, whole grain, a pound 10c )
three pounds 25c pt
Rolled oats, extra fine qunllty, f
free from hulls, a pound 5c,
seven pounds 25c
Steel cut oatmeal,
a pound 5c
Cornmeal, frenh ground, white
and yellow, 10 pound
Quaker meal In packages,
white and yellow,
a package 10c
a pound f3c
Noodles are a nice addition
In the making of aoupti.
Ringlets, prepared with eggs,
a package 5C
Superior noodles, broad and
fine, a package 5j
Grandma's noodles, extra nice
broad and fine,
a package JfJc
Call us by phone. Our num
ber is 0 88.
g GROCER ?,
V 2207 Fourth Avenue. g