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THE ROCK ISUAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912.
OUT FOR REVENGE
George Huber's Aggregation oft
Ball Tossers to Play Eock J
TO FIGURE IN AUTO
RACES THIS SUMMER
REMEMBER FORMER DEFEAT!
Gam U I Staged Tomorrow After-j
noon at Island City Park ( ailed
at 3 Bell by Karle.
' " ''. . ' '
When George UubT'B Hapl y Corner i
baseball Reservation si'Ps on the dia-j
rr.ond at tto Island Cl'y r ark. what j
III b uppermost in their minds is !
the thought of revenue, sa.d ihouzht j
bHnjr Imbued in their jat- by the J
memory of a ! feat whi' h a as admin
istered a .jcar a en by the 3 Mock;
team, row leco;r. the hock Islari 1 '
Jmosters. the opponents of th- Han; y
Corner tomorrow aftem'-ori Th-'
Corners have put new t'recprh and
Hr.Ker into their linkup and f'-'-l that j
their Osir's for icvf-j.ee arr- to be
satisfied Or. !. other hvid, 'he !
Booster bunch, though not in' i-1 by I
a desire for reverse, hus a iii'-d to
l's s'rength, too, !ifid so ;; r- ar- j
nine more men who Iook for irtiryj
on the morrow The name is to he :
J laved at the lr-l;iri't i'y pair, and will
be :ill rj at '1 o i incl. T he famous
i t is 1' noi'irio'i ' -I 'ruin- Wiii am
Karl will hold th- jrnii-ator and split
the a' mo jib-rf wi'h I.ik d--iti"ns. (
lltl'IM llltKI I V.
ManacT H'.' r l as i -i 1 his '
Ila-rn for tmorrwV romSat. -fo!loin:
Ihria. ' . Mar M mim. I tj ,
Johnron. 2h. KolU. '.'.'; Hiriis, fs:
Pjillpr. x; S tin in-r, if: I''rnin.
If. Arlr . rf. S ,bstiTutri. 'h .It r.
El l aiid Naib.
Th'- tarriH tomorrow wl'l b" th f.rs-t
at the Inland i'y j,ark fur smnp ff-.v
wk, iff last ar:if having b-'!i
Ilad hom titm- ai:o by !) tlibati'l
! Ulue Sox.
DATE FOR RAGES
IS SET FORWARD
Tri-City Driving Club Selects
Sunday Jnne 30, as Day
for Turf Events.
Des Moines 30
Sioux City 29
COULDN'T GET THE MUSIC
Abandon Fourth of July Becans No
Bands Were Available May
Have Running Contest.
Having found that It would, be im
possible to sacure a band to assist in
the entertainment of its patrons on
the Fourth of July, the Tri-City Driv
ing club has set forward the date of
ltg third race meet from the national
holiday to Sunday, June 3 The races
will be run off at the Exposition park
track. As usual, there will be four
events, and it is possible that a run
ning race will be Included in the list.
The entry lists close Wednesday eve
ning, and if it is found that there are
enough entries for a running race, the
club will make proper arrangements
therefor. The other events will in
clude three harness races.
Judping from the past two programs
under the auspices of the newly organ
ized driving club, the events of the
coming turf program will be well
Standing of Clubs
Johnny Jenkins and Harry Endlcott,
Two autolsts who will figure prom
inently In the season's races are
jlohnny Jenkins antf Harry Kndicott.
Both took part In the sweepstakes
races at Indlanapulis on Mt-mortal
tlay, the latter s relief drvler for
Endlcott. Jenkins has driven a
f'ole car with . hen rnienal success,
bl'i'i-arlng In events both In the
tmdd'j west ani far west. He has not
et appeared In the east. Harry Endl--ott
lias often te.med with his troth
r Bill, and they have been success
ful in several lares events.
Jcnocked out Toriimv
sixth round of their
Puluth, June 22. Pat Hron and
Ray Temple fought 15 round to a
draw Tliurnday n i r ti t at Hihhing.
Temple had the hetter of it after the
brut nix rounds, which wi.-ie r.rown'is.
Peoria. 111., June 22.--Harry Tjona
bue of I'ekin had a i-hade over Steve
Ketelu ll of ('hieaKO in a 1" roun.i
bout litre Thursday niLt.
day. Dr. !lh won out in a tie shoot
off with C. A. (lalbraith of Hay City,
Mich., breaking 2" straight targets for
the money. Jn the shoot proper Ieib
and (Jalbraith made scores of 9i out
of a possible lf'. In the amateur
championship at double targets M.
!2. Phil I'.rock ! Amrie of Thomashoro, 111., won. with
Kiltia'ie in tin a swore of K. defeating H. W. Kahler
lie-in Thuibda ,of Philadelphia by one target. C. M.
Powers, Decatur. F. A. MacLaughlin,
Chicago, and H. Dunill. Fox Lake. 111.,
Springfield r 20 n;
Danville 20 2't
Davenport, .20 22
Decatur 20 20
Quiney C5 25
Dubuque 25 20
Peoria 24 27
New York 41
( hicago 2S
St. Ixuis 24
I ostou 18
Springfield, 5; Danville. 1.
Decatur, 0; Bloomington, 2c
Davenport, 3; Peoria, 0.
Dubuque, 4; Quincy, 3.
St. Louis. 6: Chicago, 7.
Boston. 2; New York. 5.
Brooklyn. 7: Philadelphia, 0.
Chicago, 8; St. Louis, 1.
Philadelphia, 2; Washington, S.
Detroit, 2; Cleveland, 6.
New York, 3; Boston, 11.
Kansas City, 7; St Paul, 0.
Milwaukee, 1; Minneapolis, 2.
Toledo, 5; Columbus, 14.
Galesburg, 7: Monmouth, 3.
Keokuk, 2; Ottumwa, 9.
Hannibal, 3; Muscatine, 1.
Kewanee, 3; Burlington, 2 (10
Madison, 3; Green Bay, 12.
Aurora, 0; Appleton, 2.
Racine, 37 Oshko6h, 3.
Rockford, 5; Wausau, 0.
Akron, 9; South Bend. 4.
Erie, 2; Fort Wayne, .
Zanesville. 2; Dayton, 5.
Terre Haute, 6; Wheeling, 2.
Canton, C; Springfield, 3.
Grand Rapids, 9; Ytmngstown, 6.
Denver, 9; Topeka, 3.
St. Joseph, 6; Sioux City. 5.
Omaha, 3: Des Moines, 2.
Lincoln, ; Wichita, 9.
Lincoln, 19; Streator, 0.
Canton, 5; TVkin, 6.
UNITED STATES LEAGUE.
Chicago, 4; Pittsburgh, 7.
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.500 ! 5 nju ., m,H !!.
lff Again OihtlrB ' I
" tailors are working. All suit or- 1 t
l The same old guarantee holds good, 1 V
SatiSfied money re" p
I $J$ HaoiiaToilnrini. Cn ll i
f iiutst i uhui nig iu.
lissa " OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE. l
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20 .54 4
friends at her home on Fifth street, j tortain the
She received some very pretty pres-1 mt nth.
ents. Games on the law n preceded
B. Y. P. U. society next
Mr. an,l Mrs. Edward Kendal spent j of the negrots was arrested.
last Sunday at Carbon (Tiff with .Mr.
man, John M. Taylor, was killed and
several others wounded. Only one
Silvis will have an e!iliorate celebra-
Mrs. George Simpson is enjoying a ;ail(j jjrs j' -y
visit from her mother, Mrs. H. P.
,, ... tion at the park the Fourth of July.
Mrs. Emma eatherspoon is ill. . , . , ,
. j. . . ' Mrs. Charles Fanjoy is vismiii; rela-
The Methodist church gave an ice .. . . ,
... , . . . , tives at Boston, Mass.
cream and strawberry sociable at the ... . . .. .
. i Mrs. Georce Nichols was paid a visit
church last Thursday evening. , .
, . ... i by her cousin, Mrs. L. Delaney of
Mrs. Andrew Peterson is visiting I .
i .. . i IVorta.
relatives at Annawan. I ... ... ,, .t,,,, a
. . . i Miss Marie Sell of Kock Island
Thomas and I.usma Peterson are i ..... . , . , . ,
.. , , ... , i visited friends here last week,
spending several weeks with relatives i , . . ,
...... I A. . Stisser has moved his family
and friends at Sheffield. ,, , ... ....
, r t c.i : . . : i .1 111 1 ' 11 ' ' ' ' 1 - -
:ui b. xi. j. Dt iiiuuii eiiiei liimt'u me
members of the gang escaped. They
are believed to have been holdup men
who have operated on street cars in
the suburban district recently.
In the profeeniona! championHhip at
double targets 4 seemed to be a popu
lar score. Eil O'Brien, J. S. Day,
Cincinnati; F. J. Gilbert. Spirit I.ak .
Iowa, and Walter Huff,' Macon Ga.,
made that score. In the shootoff,
Fred Gilbert was victorious after ty
ing twice with J. S. Day.
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; Boston 3S 19
j Chicago 35 21
j Washington 35 25
Philadelphia 32 23
Detroit 28 32
Cleveland 25 30
New York 17 34
St. jaia 16 39
New York. June 22 "Te" Rn kard.
the former boxing promoter, will leave
Cherbourg for Kueiios Air- today to
become manager of a big land ani
rattle company winch has juM heen
orgauired - in the lulled S'.a' h with
ll.iuii.nir'i paid up t apital. The com
pany has purchased iS.-Viinci acres in
Paraguay. Twenty Texas cowboys
will art as for' men of 5 ' i I'ara-guayans.
Springfield. Ill . .Tune 21
Ieih, a liMitl man. won
American consolidated handicHp at
the Illinois Gun club grounds ester-
Chlcago, June 22 - Gwrge "Knock
out" lirowti a:ni Eddie Mctioorty, two
aspirant for ring laurels in the )nii
die division, hae been matched for
a 10 round ha'tle to be staged at Ben
ton Harbor, July 4 afternoon. The
men have agreed to make 158 pounds
at 1 t o'clock In the morning. McGoor
ty was to have met Boh Moha on that
day. but the failure of Moha to put
1 up a forfeit forced the calling off
of that match and 'he making of the
- Or. .T. R. ' n-cond.
the Grand '
Columbus 45 24
Toledo 43 23
Minneapolis 39 20
Kansas City 34 32
Milwaukee 27 40
St. Paul 27 40
Indianapolis 20 40
I-ouisville 2'i 39
Happy Corners George Huber, man
ager. Phone west 887-L.
Mohawks Fred Schili, manager; 528
Twenty-fit st 6treeL
Friti"s Colts II. F. Meyer, mana
ger, 901 Thirty-Bfth street.
R. I. H. S. Juniors Manager W.
Whisler. 2526 Sixth avenue.
Booster ball elab Arthur Ohlweil-
C, R. I. & P. S. D. Fairman,
! 2929 Fifth avenue,
i Rock Island Pirates Manager,
Dwight La Grange, 452 Forty-fifth
Lawndales W. Geiger, manager,
SSI Fourth avenue. Phone west
South Heights Fiank Emig, mana
I ger, 1730 Second avenue.
pet. Hock I eland Oakdales R. Ack-
.052 ltv manner 847 Twentv-first street.
Phone West 1279-X.
Crescent Reading and Embroidery
club at her home Tuesday.
Tt anA te l." Ctrilmavnv rt Vltw.
.... , .. . . ., . president; Reuben Swenson, vice pres-
enth street were visited bv Mr. and 4 : , . .. ...
, . .. . i I'lent ; Josephine Nelson, secretary;
.ur. r. v oous oi r on .hhuimmi
Waldo McKinley entertained the B.
Y. P. U. last week, when the following
officers were elected; Ray Tomkins,
James Shannon and family were
paid a visit by their nephew, Max
well Tearce of Mathersville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Van Ioon are
visiting relative in Minneapolis. Minn.
Earl and Hazel Freeland will en-
Uuth Peterson, treasurer.
Policeman Killed in Fight.
Memphis, June 22. In a desperate
revolver duel between negroes and
police reserves yesterday, one patrol-
Then don't neglect it. Your
health is at stake. A short
course of this family rem
will sweeten and tone the
digestive system and keep
TO AILING WOMEN
A Little Sound Advice Will Help
Many a Sufferer In Rock Island.
No woman should ot.s.der herself
htalihy and w; if the kidus are
weak Poisons that pass off in the se
cretion when the kidiictg are wed,
are retail. ed In the body when the
kidneys are disordered. If the kidneys
and bladdr berime ii.t'.ani'd and
swollen, worse tumble nia ipilckly
fellow. This is e!t. n the cause of
earing down pains, lameness. ba k
.u I.e. etc. Urn .i is.'i.'iig is also fre
quent cause of headael.es. diy spell,
languor, nervousin .-s aid rheumatic
When suff rtnit so, try Ttoan's Kid
ney Pills, a remedy that I. a proven
fffeitHe in thousands f s,wh cases.
Iet a Rock Island wu.an tell if t.
Mrs. Wrsterdnl. 23' Thirteenth
street. Rock Island, 111 . says: "I have
used Ikian s Kidney Pills !'h sin h ex
cellent result that I am j:!a.i to tell
ethers about them I had severe pains
in my back whlih kept me in misery.
After stnopln. I frouMe in
traigf!len:'"g Mi.l n-y kid!:es
Wouldn't Work Nowadays.
The Egyptians bud a very remarka
ble ordinance to prevent ersons from
borrowing imprudently. An Egyptian
was not permitted to bortow without
giiug to his creditors in pledge the
body of bis father. It was deemed
both an impiety and an infamy not to
redeem so sacred a pledge. A person
w ho died without discharging that duty
was deprived of the customary hon
ors paid to the dead.
I W. L.
Burlington 30 19
Kewanee 29 19
Ottumwa 27 22
Monmouth 20 22
i Galesburg 25 20
Hannibal . . 23 2S
'Keokuk 21 29
! Muscatine IS 33
St. Joseph 37 24
Omaha 32 27
Denver 33 2S
Not In the Contract.
"Have you anything to say for your
"Not nnless I can get a rebate from
my lawyer, judge; 1 have paid him
good money to talk for me. and I
won't do bis work for nothing. "New
DUBUC RARITY AS
ALL ROUND PLAYER
Wyn Women Vote.
Fair SufftXette Isnt she a fright'
WhT does she do it? Her Chum
or ! Principle. She swore she wouldn't
wear a rat or a corset unni 51 a me
Smith Is elected president, Puck.
I ji nd lord You o'e me now for four
, months' rent, and the tirst three months
j yflu paid so promptly. Tenant Yes. 1
know t shouldn't have doue It. Boev
were ; .,. t., noyrint
weak and it.ac'iw All these troubles 1 "
disappeared after I took Iran's KM- j
ney pill " !
For sale by a'! dealers. Price 5 ft
rents Feist, jr M .1 1 urn company. Huf
falo. New York, sole act tit for the
Kcmtmler the r.an.e - I -r. s and
take no other. j
The poison of the daffodil U the
plant's means of defense. How effec
tive ?t Is may be Judged by the fact
that rabbits, rats and other small pests
whico devour hyacinths and crocuses
with gusto leave the daffodil severely
i- " i f , 1 -a".
; ?W J ' V py W M f, tt rj m W K y &m '.vi-SMppw
STEAMER QUINCY FOR ST. PAUL AND ST. LOUIS.
r.d July I for tit. PaaL Fr St.
I.lui. 1 r m
k ln.nr.J in m . Juiy 1
. J..l 5 fcnd J.il) 14
r'. s r r'i-.l trir
d t '!l.r tn-.r arif reservatior and rates, adiirfs either
'""J i Harley Fleming's 1500 Block
.515 1 Team Joe Deisenroth, manager, ;
403 i phone west 1687. i
.in?,; Crescents Manager Lester Bleu-'
391 er. 718 Thirteenth street. I
371 j Riess' 27uO Block Manager A.!
Rhoel, 27o3 Seventh avenue. Phone,
West 999-X. !
Pet. Teddy Bears Manager ISadore
.012 1 Finkelstein, L'023 Fifth avenue.
.004: Phone West 12!5-L.
.5511 Moline Independents Emery May-i
.542; field, manager; 822 Fifth avenue. Mo-;
.490 line; phone east 555. I
.451 , Grafton Tigers Vincent Volkmann, .
.420 manager, 2428 Eighteenth-and-a-half,
.353 i street, Moline.
Moline Tigers Charles Crippen,
manager, 1412 Twenty-sixth avenue,!
Pet. ! Moline. Phone east 390-L. j
.6"7 ! Moline Independents Emery May-!
.542 field, manager, 822 Fifth avenue, Mo
.541; line. Phone east 555-L. j
! Moline West Ends J. Mordhurst,
manager, 519 Fourth avenue. Phone;
I Manufacturers Thomas J. Price, S
j manager, 727 Twelfth street. Moline. ;
i 2300 s C. W. Bunih. manager, 2309
j Fifth avenue, Moline.
Central Athletic Club Manager at
j 1323 Seventh avenue, Moline, after 7
' P- m.
Davenport Cardinals Henry Weav
erling, manager. Phone North 1701-J.
COMINGS - COMING !
America's Foremost Musical Organization
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STRECKFUS STEAMBOAT LINE, St
Agent, Rock Island, III.
Louis, St. Paul, or C.
Telephone West 326.
J. Mangan, I
Jean Dubuc. the Detroit Tlfers
French-Canadian pitcher, is a ra.-tty
as an all around player. He la not
only an exceptional slabman. but
stands head and shoulders above the
ordinary pitcher when It comes ti
hitting;. Dubuc Is willing to pitch
any time when called upon. He is
wiHtr.a- to act as a pinch hitter.
And. if asked ty Jennings. wuulJ
. ay any position in tne intcij
I l-.-1-fceld without a murmur.
The Brotherhood society of the Sil-j
vis Methodist church met at the
'church last Tuesday evening, when
Rev. F. E. Shult of Geneseo made
Mrs. William Ireland was paid a
j visit by her mother, Mrs. E. V. Morris
'of De Witt, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M- Briggs and grand
son. Lle Briggs. hae arrived home
, from a visit with relatives at Dav
! Mrs. J. Paden an children visited
relatives in the tri-cities Sunday.
J. and B Huil are enjoying a visit
, from their sister, Xirs. J. Di:tro of Ma-
, fon City, Iowa.
Mabel Johnson and mother of Rock
! Island visited relatives here last week.
j Mr. and Mrs. Watt mourn the loss
of their infant child. Funeral services
were held Sunday.
j Kennith Pfenniger is here from
. Rock Island to spend the week with
Clarence and Walter Dieicks, form
'erly of Silvis. now of Davenport, vis
ited friends here part of last week.
Mrs. F. W. Retiick is in Peoria visit
' Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Shull of Mitcheil
vilie. Iowa, have moved into Victor
. f'e Doucker's residence.
j L. Niswander has as a guest his
friend. Ed Hanson of Brooklyn. Iowa.
I Little Addie Plemons ce iebra'ed her
eighth birthday anniversary Mocday
- by entertaining 16 of her little girl j
Beginning SATURDAY, June 22
Concerts Afternoon and Evening
Program for Sunday, June 23
March, '"Flag of Victory . , Von Blon
Overture, "II Beeeento"
3. Trombone Solo, "For Alletaoinet
Mr. Croce Margadonna.
4 Grand Trio from "I Lombard!"
Messrs. D'Amiro, Croe and Giulii.
Obligates on the clarinet by An
5. Firet Fynir'nor.y, ' Adagio Moito
Aliegro con Brio'' .... Beethoven
6. Oreretta, "The Chord te S'd
7. WaPz, "Pomona" . . . Wald-.eufel
8. Overture, "Tanntauier". Wagner
1. March, "Tannhausr" . . Wagner
2. Overture. "William Tell" Rossini
3. Grand Duet from "La Forza dc-1
T lobars. Croce and Giulii.
A6 sung by Messrs. Caruso and Seoul.
4. "L'Afi icame," Grand Fantasia
Unison Prelude Chr.ruh of illr.h
ops Soprano Aria - Spinel
Baritone Aria Grand Finaie.
Solos by Gennaro D'Amiro.
". "Cavalleria Rusiicana" Preludo
Ir,( -dental solo by Cr'.e'; .arg;-do.ina.
C. V.'aitz, "Bi-e Danub's" . . Htraui.a
7. Mazurka, "On Ttip-toe" De Aase'tia
8. tex..--t fioai ' Lucia di Lamnic-r-rto-i-''
Mt.:.rs. D'Amiro, Dlr-ro'i o. Croce,
Giulii, Laii-paioill. Linerti.