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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1912.
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2 BOATS ARRIVE
AT LOCAL HARBOR
Moored in I. C. 3. A. Shelter
Preparatory to Opening of
SI. V. P. B. A. Eegatta.
READY FOR BOUT
Referee Instructs Johnson and!
Flynn Regarding Details to
Govern the Ring.
VENUS ENTERED IN RACES
ARTHA IS TO HURRY END
Cnjr Itaagan. Motor r:iiUiu.it of
Gmorgm Kitrh ElctJon Type,
Complete. Th rer Y-ar Tak.
Champion Says Eight Rounds AVill
Be the Limit of Tomorrow's
Mill at Las Vegas.
BOB BL'KNUAM, SPEKD KING
I V4r nK. -r"'ZZ .-.'
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JFj th of
Ttiand City Boatlrg a.Rociation har
bor Is golcg to prisfnt a busy scene
A :r,ng the time of the re-ratta of the
MisBiimippl Va!!y Power Beat asocia
tion. which begins In rave:iport to
morrow and continues through Satur
day. Two of the first boars to enter
lo'al waters are the Turf and th-5
Amanda Cook, and both of them are
ti'd -.;p In th IkVi club's harbor.
The Amanda Cook, own -.A fcj a Chioa
ra:i whose nane Ir f o.k. carried its
f wrier and LIh family from the windy
'' to lb, lutai harbor via the canal,
l:i!ti(.ls rivr r a:id the Mississippi. The
boat Ik fitt-.-d w i:h a st-am e:,g1:.e.
In ordt r to aid in the enrerti-inrnpnt
of tho visitor;, of th- rera'ta attrac
tion, the lecal ai,R relation has provided
tW.e. h'-lp. txtra bys aad JJichrs. Tho
t ( I. C. I:. A. life ht has been hunk',
have U-.n several BtriiiRg of electric
IU.M I.Mt f.FXUM.r. KITI IIKK.
A:ith'T boat has henii added to tho
list of nTi'-K by a L.cal iuo;or boat
cwiinr who 1 of The type of an en
ih.is-.asf made famous by Oojre Fitrh.
(iuy Reagan Icpan the constru. tion of
i ' 1 ftOf boat three years ai;u. He
luo.diid the shell ami then started on
tii- engine. His early tests had much
t:.e f am.- sure, .s a. did The boat of
Hi " Illinois river ra.ir. It failed to
r.m A very t-h i t;rn.- -. .to a stu-cesn-f.il
trial test was -v. j li.-.h-d In R.a
tali's shop, and fctralyht aw..y be ric
tiilid to etin r the rttf.i Ills boa', the
' .uis. friends hi.pe v. ill carry o!T h'-n-t
r-. In the race in which it i.-, etit'-r. d
m.d tl,ere,,v r!,viate from the course
whi.h Ik parallel to the I'ii h bout of
!?tandin!i of Clubs
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AMK11K AN ASSi H'lATIOX.
ColniiibUH i'7 1
Tel.:. 1 r.o "s .en
Mni::i';:;miis 4 s ".1
Iinlliiii.ipoiiii L3 To) .4t'.7
Kansas City 4J .4t'l'
Milwaukee :: 4 4 ', .4;."i
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Louisville fjs 4.; .,?7s
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Fioux dry r:s r. r.:'5
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Lincoln 3 .sg
Ti t re's StVice in thrv tirM- fVint'a Tr-Vir u. r-.-i
I:.. I LhlS tjflt'r. Jl.ir il dir.nr.
' ,V.':K.nowr'; insures the rider a
i-jii uud kiwi lAtwi
ff J; -"T. fcpajrj 3Iade Free
f"5'!?!! ;""". Ourhxal Dealers
tH yfi t0 fry- No arguments. Ini
M Special Cut Price g
ril r -. : Order now, tnve sue. Send lor
CalJ- UtALEKS WANTED where not represented.
-:0 1 W. Seventh Street. Dea Mo ines. Iob'.i
ifK -- Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
W. H. B0LLES,
Y. M. C. A.
Everything Is !n readiiir? for tomorrow's automobile race meet at
the liaveriport mile track. 1 ; -b Hunuan. treed king and a host of driv
ers of the most powerful s-; . -e.l creations of the automobile desipner's
art. are ready for the sipna! from the ttart to battle for the rich prizes.
TliP Hemy and W. It. trophi. s. alued in the a.esrrejrafe at $S.OO0, will
be the incentive that will s. :i 1 the speed demons in the most reckless
and darii'K competition to v. ::..
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A M ! : I : I C A X ASSOCIATION.
St. Paul. 11; MiUaul.ee. :; .
Minueapoli.J. : Kansas C:t. .".
Coliini!.,!-. :: ; li 'l;a:ia!;o!is. 1 .
Louisville. (.; Ti.-: .0 . 7
ILLINOIS .MIS -Ol'Iil Li: ;i
Lincoln, ; ; t ,it n-,j.;i i ;i . 2 ' .
Can'oti. ; Str. a'or. s
PeUiil, 111; KaiiKai.ee. 1-e.
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Sioux City, l'.i; Si. ,l.,s. v.
Wi, 1 l'.i. :.; J.i!;e..ln. I'..
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C I X T H A L ASSOCIATION.
K'.rll!it:to;i. 2; Miir' ati.ie. 2.
Mo:; I leu ii, M ; O'tum w .1. ." .
K- ol.uk. 1 : ( la ! - hi . i-f. ".
CKXTKAL l.KA(,! K
South Pei.d, - 0; Fort Wii i.e. ?,
Orand Rapids. . (.; );iyton. 7;;
Terre Haute, Sprirtiiai... !
Canton. 2: Zanesviib-. .
Younjiftown. 7.; A'sroii. 2.
Whx'.ii.K. o; Erie, :;.
Chamberlain's Stomach ai.d Liver
. Tablets MiiUy stimulate tie r aud
bowels to exp-l p. isoi.uus 1;., ttu-r,
lui'ki' im' s'"-iii. cur. i.--. ;.a'i. n
am nn ctauaiii"'. mo iy a.. ur;i;-
specitied amount of tire service
our Lautiog). Junctures a.. d
or new tire given pron ptly.
will do same for you. Aj Express
insurance tag pftacued toeaca tire.
Express prepaid. $5.85 per p.i:r.
T TTTw "HS.CLirkSt.
2414 THIRD A VENUS
IEWFISH LAWS NOW
IN EFFECT IN STATE
Th.j newly enacted fish laws :ir. .ow
iti fleet in the start, of m,.--
'iii , - - -
'OorCllt.a to fl eir I. t-r.,t
1 mo. iitz 111a.. ii:;u
i'h a s.me i.0op net, tramnie! net or
!asK,t JiM'Kh not less than one
and on-half inches square from Jul
1 OI' ' 'ar to May 1 foiiovin-. on,.
!ll,iSt !lav- a license to use a sc-in
or i:et and to iso a launch to operate
'r '" 1 ''s- Fi.-herm-i, an- not
alio-..,-.' 1,, -ake black bass, pjke, pick-
11 or pike lurch vjr.i ctnei
io::.ie ::.u a io, a.nj lii..-. nor s.il
or ship any v.u"i--f.;..s at an
"""'" ' ':i ' "Ot il! il. sei, or
bave i!! b!s l i-:e,.s:,)!! any li.-l. of
,"s'- U v" 'ii 1.1 felbvs:
V-.'i. e or stri;(i ;)ass. S ill. -lies: emu.
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i or ' l" 1 "U1. l ; ... bes- MK-I;
; lu,;-. t; ;:.!,..: f) 1 Uvaus, 7 ;a. a.-s-
at p, 1.", inch. s.
Ke,aii. e. Kb. July n. Failure to se-
ure iio.b. intii. s ;i,:sed the Cen
; fra! Illinois Tivt'i:: a.'.d Uaciiu: asso
. -- ii t ii n to call ,i ;1- $1." stake raci s
arranged for mee's on the circuit.
! Iv'sbi.i-m.iu", Wis.. July Will
Tiayi.oi", :' 1 . was s:r;vk ot- the heart
I ' a i : "i;. .1 bi..,e:,a:i and U il d'ad .
Til- futile was aba.!oi.. o.
Pic- bur, L-h. .Inly ".On Ihe eve of
bis battle with .liai Fijiin. .lack John
son lib 1 a s ii' a.iii..t Osi ar Or-rium-r.
a wealthy prod-ne niati. (laim
. S'."..'ieo .iauiiii;. s as th' r. suit of
an accident ol April 2i. th's year.
when a Tia.tor tru.k b loncing to Or-
lii.Ker !an into .lohnson's autoniobib-.
wteikin; it and injurina Jobnsoa.
Jonnson iiecii.r..-s tnat i;.- was ierma
ad incurably injured and
ARCTIC INDIAN LIFE."
A Heroic Mother and Her Reward
When Her Son Was Grown.
In 'The Arctic Prairies." by Ernest
Thompson Sotou. a prewsome picture
of Indian life is given in the following
't)r.e winter, forty or fifty years ago,
a band of Algonquin Indians at Waya,
t.itnika all tarvei to death except one
e.juaw and her laby. She tied from
tLe camp, carrying the child, thinking
to find frie::ds and help at Nijiigoa
House. She got as far as a small lake
Lear I leer lake and there discovered a
ca be. probably in a tree. This con.
tained one small bone ti-bhuob. She
ringed up a line. bJt bad no bait.
"The wailing of the tin by spurred
her to action. No bait, but she had a
kiiife. A strip of tlesh was quickly cut
from her own h i:, a hole made through
tliw Ke. iti.d a tine jacktish was tho
food that was sent to this devoted
mother. She divided it with the child,
s.ivii.g only enough for bait. She
st.i.wii there iivir.L' on f:su unlit cpring.
then sateiy rejoined her in-opie.
"ihe bey grew up to be a strnc
r.i:.u. but was cruel to bis m .th.-r it-av.
iiij her tliially to d't of starvation.
An. l.-i" son kuc.v the woman She
s' owLd liiiii t'- sear where she cut the
i "Yes! I thiak the nil torture I
. Sha.l c.:e will If on Ke.ifs"
"Oil. r.Jiwi.,r. what are Uc:.t?"
I.oli ioa Si.i '. a
Las Vegas, N". M.. July 3. Erery
detail incident to the gala bone
crushing entertainment of tomorrow
has been perfected. Let the battling
gentlemen proceed. Taps, so far as
the conditioning scheme is concerned,
sounded at the hostile camps yes
terday afternoon, when moving pictures
mugged principals In their various
pugilistic branches and at a special
star chamber session last night Ref
eree Smith gave Flynn and Johnson
their final instructions.
A bit of road work, just by way of
keeping the finely groomed muscles
in the pink, will serve the purpose
of the heavies today and a good
night's rest previous to the cham
pionship battle will follow.
Three sets of gloves were put to
the test last night at a meeting for
final instructions. Between lines
I.il' Artha" blandly opined as how
the promoting gentle'm had gone to
a useless expenditure of coin In or
dering so many mitts. According to
the dusky champ, one pair will suf-
i fice, for he doesn't propose to let the
j fightintr fireman linger more than
i eiuht rounds before slipping across
I the good night slam. However, the
, three sets will be on deck in the
event of any accidents.
HFCAI.I.S KF.T 1IKI I. KKillT.
Folks who witnessed the Johnson
Ket. hel quarrel a few seasons back
1 will recall how the Michigan "as
! sassin," since called for the final
I count, drove his trusty right against
j Johnson's mailed jaw with such fer
! vor that the glove was ripped into
As a matter of fact, there wasn't
any real reason for putting th.-j ref
eree fight powpow last night, for It
was agreed several days ago that
in the event of police interference, it
1 would become the duty of the third
man to render his verdict. Johnson
demanded this point and Flynn, the
'V-s' man, cheerfully assented.
For the amusement of several hun
dred tourists, coast-bound on the
Sana Ee, Johnson invented a now
tame at the station that of cut
tinu neckties from the throats of all
male onlookers. About the only
went spare. I this treatment was the
!" ;il chief of police. .More than 200
Assorted specimens of neckwear thus
v.eiit to the rii'tui.e, Jr.ck continuing
this line of amusement during the
afternoon wbile hundreds of fight
fans and curious women thronged his
shaded fresh-air gymnasium.
11.1 UTS II ll(..
Prior to the matinee at Johnson's
chiding place the experts and moving
picture operatives motored out to
Montezuma to take a farewell pet i;
at Flynn. the challenging partv. Road
work also was the fireman's portion
during the morning hour, but show
ers coming up about 2:."0 forced him
to eliminate bis boxing. After his
rubdown the white steam roller scal
ed in at lf:i pounds, the notch he
will endeavor to retain until bell
time at 2 o'clock Thursday after
noon. Viewing both men at close range,
one's first impression is that Flynn
is by far the better trained fighter.
In former fistic exploits. Jim weighed
in at around 1 7 r. pounds, and at that
notch made some of his greatest bat
ties. With the added poundage ac
quired bv dint of rough living in the
mountains, he has managed to creep
up to within 20 pounds of Johnson's
heft. The latter yesterday tipped the
beam at 214.
Soreness of the muscles, whether in-!
duc.-d by violent exercise or injury, is ;
quickly relieved by the free applica
tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. This :
liniment is equally valuable for mus- :
cular rheumatism, and always affords
quick r lief. Sold by all druggists.
-To "CAPITOL" or
wiihout a dissent-
vote a million
; nien give their high- E
''ml The style is the smart ZZ
close-front, with plenty ' S
'ZZ of room to show the tie. ZZ
"Capitol" and "Whitehouse"
give yoa a big itcrcviUage of
extra wear. They are rerer-
siUc "both sides ricjtalsides." mm
mmm Tlieso collars have "Easy-Tie-
Slitie" fcpace too. Ask Icr
: lIon (pilars
.m C-3'- t0 sn America
. tsm MB
'2 : or 23. Otiarter SUc ZZ
I L-;:-i -- " C-iUi Co. lUkcn.Tm, Z-
WHAT. ME QUIT?
NOT SO." SEZZEE
rtlHi ii- ... ; ' i
"Whit, me quii" was Frank
Chance's sharp reply to a recent
query aKkir? the truth of the tale
fpread broadcast that he was going
to give way as manager of the Chi
cago Cubs. ""Hub. not yet! Em go-in-i
to win another National league
.pennant, beat the American league
bampion. uud then maybe I'll step
Chance says the reports that he is a
fcervous wreck are all bosh. He also
tieclarts ttiat President Murphy of
tne Cubs Is aatt ..id with his work.
Stephanie Milloen to Manufacturers'
State bank, lot 15. block 1C9, town of
East Moline, $1,000.
Albert Roussf.l to Manufacturers'
S.ate bank, part on' lot 'T, ' Fourth
addition to town of Silvis, $2iu.
John W. Erels to Linda C. Ring,
wt-;.t one-half, northtast one-quarter,
section 22-lvl east, $l.pio.
John A. Koseen to State Savings
Hani; and Trust company, lot 4. block
2. Oak Hill Park addition, Moline.
Julius T. Lundell to State Savings
Hank and Trust company, east 5 fc,
lot j, block. 1, I'ark Kide addition,
Julius Lundeil to State Savings Bank
bnz Trust company, part lots 5 and C,
block 1, Park Ride addition, Moline,
Ju'iusT.Lur.d' 11 to State Savings Bank
F.unk and Trust t.onspany, part lots 5
an ! 0, block 1. Park Ridge audition,
Mol.n- . $1,751.
Rudolph E. IJnds'rom to People's
Savina3 Bank and Trust ccmpar.y, lot
7. block 1, I'r.ivtr.-ity place. Rock Is
ki. i. $1,7:-'i.
Ernest (i. Oakleaf to C. N. Xtwcomb,
lo- b'cc!; 2. Ai Jay's Third addition,
Bertta Beck to German Trust Sc
S;.viDs;s back, lot 4. block 10. Pitt s,
Watch Tower Park
will be a delightful event.
Be One of the Crowd
ALL KINDS OF AMUSEMENTS
MERRY GO ROUND
Arrange to Spend the 4th
at the Tower
Gilbert's & Pitt's second addition.
Iyouise Nelson to Linda C. King,
lot 9, block 8, Waterman place, Mo
Anna Yeoward to People's Sav
ings Hank and Trust company, part
lot i, block 1, Atkinson's subdi
vision lot 20, city of East Moline,
Gustaf Safe to Moline Homestead
& Loan association, lot 9. block 2
Rosslyn addition. South Moline,
C. C. Coyno to Moline Trust &
Savings bank, part northwest quar
ter section 33-1 k-lW, $l,0u0.
Christine II. Kosenqulst to John
II. Wallace, south 40 feet lot in
subdivision part block 3, Sinnet's ad
dition, Kock Island, $220.
Rufus C. Leedy to People Savings
Bank and Trust company, east 5 5
! feet lot 1. block 3, Atkinson's first
I addition. Moline, $50,000.
Josephine Malmberg to Moline
I Trust H. Savings bank, nort h 31 feet,
j north half lot 3, block 21, Wood's
uiiru anuuion. .Moline, $300.
William II. Tieken to Moline
Trust t Savings bank, lot 21. south
half lot 22, block 4, South Park ad
dition, Kock Island, $500.
Lars P. Nielsen to MoTTne Trust &
Savings bank, lot 151, Emma U. Ve-
j lie's addition, Moline, $4,000.
Oscar E. Hallen to Moline Trust
& Savings bank, lot 3, block 2, third
STEAMER QUINCY FOR ST. PUL AND ST. LOUIS.
I.'iv.s Hock Isl.-ui.l 'j a rn.. J oy 1 arel July 10 lor l. Paul. For St
Liui. 2:30 p. in . July 5 and J oy II.
Special iov, rats Tor road trip.
l'or liluhtr.K.l fol.p.ra. tiae- irl. r-vrvn. -,t,t nr.'l rat-. aMrn either
STRECKFUS STEAMBOAT LINE, St Loui, St. Paul, or C. J. Mangan,
Agent, Rock Island, III. Telephone West 326.
the I.loccl Lccr.-rj'.s ir.f':ctc
' f2cti-,:,ho-.v:i ,; 'ooii
;.:i'i r -
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tive ir.iml.' r-i. 7 i
fer:ncr.t :.r. 1 i
to iia trouLle caa c-.-t, 1
V: V:l. l':r - t
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than purity your blood v .lh 3. S.
yW5 l Kjk 4'
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-1 19. k"v ;
6th St. and 4th Ave.
Cp-to-date motion pictures. A
cool place to spend the evening. Ev
erybody cordially invited.
E. II. CORBIN, Prop.
Wheolock Fifteenth street addition.
Charles A. Larson to Moline Trust
& Savings bank, nortli 39 feet, lot 4,
Steven's addition, Moline, $1,200.
Quick Relief for Rheumatism.
George W. Koons. Law ton, Mich.,
6ays: "Dr. Detchon'g Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wife won
derful benefit for rheumatism. Sho
could not lift band or foot; hud to be
lifted for two mouths. She began tho
use of the remedy and Improved rap
idly. On Monday she could not move
and on Wednesday she got up, dressed
herself and walked out for breakfast."
Sold bv Otto Gro!.lan. 1501 Second ave
Lite, Rock Island: Gust Scblcgcl &
Son, 220 West Second street, Daven
port. - J v.-ii'i an-7
unLcaltliy humor the cf-
s!.c ;.rcru:tio;iaon the s kin Tr.nr..- r-i
" ci aa inactive condition of the clitui;:a
. . :.i...;tr lAl in the fey stem to sour a:nl
. c;rcu!:.tios. Ec:aovc the:; Lttmors and
c i' very Source ij thca removed. Loils,
, yi:::;'.L:,, etc. can nevvr Ixj cured through
jn c a'.i - (f c.i'.cra.'.l v.:' die ir.t s, Jjccausc suc!t
'- y I-o: .'i'J.c-e fleet on the Uood; f
: . 1. - v ' 1 :i::c l fro-.i : uch measures is tcm-
' : i. o. H. CUUrli a'.l ekia affectiena
it t--riles t!:e tlood. !t yjxz down into
'". ---..lia and c! ansc3 it t.f tvi-re mHiVI
- "aef supply::u'nourib!;racr.ttothccu
- - '-- .ov. ,r i l.j
ot irritating it With a fiery Luaior. I
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j ..... i. jun. jruuv -ui.i ii. jl uo DCXter
S. It dots not "patch up" it cures!
t4 1.1 Lt.
THE S71FT SfLClFIC CO., ATLANTA,