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FRIDAY BOWLERS !
AT CLUB ALLEYS'
1 he Friday night liowlers at the
Lock Island club alleys made the fol-j
lowing score slast evening in a series .
(ii well 'ontcfct-d games In which thei
first two teams and I ho 6ccond two'
v.ere matched agairiFt each other:
"I'M SO HAPPY," SAYS MRS. JOHNSON;
JACK SAYS THEY ARE GOING TO PARIS
ON SECOND AVENUE
! Two fashionably gowned women
! created a sensation on Second avenue
j last evening by strolling along smok
j ir.g gold-tipped cigarets. Second ave-
nue pedestrians stoppea, gasped, cran
; ed their nsclts and gisped some more.
, To say that the women created a sen-
sation wou'.cl be putting it mildly,
i A three-ring circus in the middle of
It Paul 145 153
T P"!'-r 13! 159
have had a "look in" compared with
tlie aforesaid "exhibition." The wom
en in question walked along chatting
gaily seemingly utterly oblivious to
the stares from all sides, puffing their
"pills" with evident enjoyment, A
crowd of no small proportions follow
ed in their wake.
Total "35 7C! 810 '
I'ei rin 171 124 102
(c.zad 150 136 116'
J'ilii." 14 110 '
Kilty 2 159 l2i
i : k y..Z 1S1 146 :
THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. SATURDAY, DECEMHEK 7, 1912.
- I r 'Z1 Mr JTSP J " V?
Total 820 753 003
ilstrniu i;;r, 159
Sherrard 141 i:;!
Murray Ill m
Huston 152 1!0
Total 53ft 589 592
Thorns 164 14 176
Don 1"4 131 126
l-urgci 151 106 low!
Millar 156 135 127,
"J'oral 575 556 5v8'
cviiidit 10 nrn 10 1 "' oin 80 naPi'-" -Al13-CAnlDll
lo UtL. lO Jl'lin8n- Jack's grin was enough to
., 'slow his blissful state.
im .Mississippi vumy i-ou.try ana
i urn a.su' ii nin nuiu us annual
xhibit at Ttirii'r iial! in MiUn b-.'gin-
iiihk-- !'. J and lasting lour days.,
lxt-..-:i (diOi prlzfi. in the p-jultry
rliow and 15 in tle corn show are of-,
r-r-d in al!ition in tin usual premi-
urns which accompany the awtirdinc of
ribbotlH. I'raitica.ll t-VI'rVt.hilllS iu '
th' Hiultry and corn lin's are includ-j
d in the i-pfcial classs at the show, j
Several Rock Island poultry fan-,
ci rs are planning on exhibiting their !
birds at the Mollne show.
AT THE. EMPIRE.
Manager liolly of the Empire has
jone out of the realm of vaudeville
tor his big feature for the first half:
of next week and makes an extraor-j
inary announcement in the booking of;
Carlos CueHiiro, the big feuture ofi
Kingling brother" circus last sum-
11. er. ("aearo is knoviii as the human i
Kvroicopf aniJ i;. unirlfd on a pedes-'
lal at the i'.s it "i: iiint, rate of u'io a
in. nine. In i.ii,!i.,o:i to this, Caesaro
."forms, wi;h tl.e aid of trained ;is
blhtantH. a st'i'ii-s of iti" most iiiarvcl-
.i:s feats ever ui'nessed here.
v here outside 0f a n.'ti.ster circus was
i Vt'Huro t" :e .een last summer, but
tl.e Oriiheiiin vaudeville circuit by
i;i:iking iti iii 11 li! offer, secured his
iirviref. Ma;:a.T lJolly realizes that!
l e look a thi a!i .a! plunge in paying
for :n ; ;t of "rs .ilibre, but helieves
tint hi. I'.i'rrns a ill apprf-iate it audi
1 11 1 1: - lio.i :o ;:t ever performance. I
('.esi'.ro is not 1. lone as far as high-'
I 1 iced ac s if concerned, for Water-j
1 Miy brothers mid Teiinv in their mus-;
1e;i hk;t, "Harmony Island,' will:
eclipse any musical act seen in thej
city this season The act Is Just off t
the (irpheiim circuit for a ueek and1
v:" instantly taken by two houses of
wl ich the Kmpire Is one. Tom Olllen,;
in a spruhtly little comedy, "Flnne-I
Kins Friend;" Sylvester mid Vance:
in 17 minute of fun, variety and'
1 tiisic. and Law mmi and Namon doing
onderful comedy cyclitiK and bag
punching, will round out what really j
appears to be a big city vaudev ille
ST. CLAIR WINS SUIT.
New York. I ei 7. Kdith St. Clair,
-trct-s, won her J'.'L'.nno suit against
Klaw X- F.rlitngiT yesterday when a
J'iry declared her contract for that
ji"iouiit uh the thva'rical firm valid.
The verdict came after a sensational
ti'al. dining which Abraham L. Lr-
Be "A Live Wire'
C C l tO H At t O
sV' W . 1
Whan Jack Jonmon and Luciie
Chicago. When they left Chicago on ,
.their honeymoon. Jack Johnson and
his .vhite bride of a few hours seemed
to be enjoying life most keenly.
-we're going to
Faris as soon as
said Jack, which probably
for some time.
von t be
Aljked about her mother, Mrs. John-
srn Bui(J she knew nothing. She;
didn't seem to care. Uispatches from :
Mii.neaDolis were to the effect that
ih,. rr.nihcr ia hoart.hrniion
Inhtmnn ci.i.n.11 tn think that t,v mr.l.Tr.htiCiTi's a t.:t rt tnpnt s Sprit 11 j
rj ;ng the Cameron girl he has injured
tfe case of the government, which is
prot.ecuting him under the Mann white?
Bli.ve act. This is a mistake. The in-
, dictments under which Johnson is to
l.",nger charged a lawyer with black- more than right that Bloomfngton re
Uiail and declared the contract was imburse him to this amount when it
fade under duress to save annoyance released him as manager, but retained
to his wife, who was ill at the time j him as a player.
ard v.1io later divorced him. Miss
St. Clair, under the agreement. was TRUST EMPLOYES,
to have received $2,500 a year for 10 1
years. The contract was lived up to
year only, the testimony :
MME. NAZIMOVA A BRIDE. ,
New York. Dec. 7 Mme. Alia Nasw-;
mova, wno is now appearing iu xM-ua.p0y unlon aiJCr and R,Ve an eight-
M'iina. was inarneu iuuisuuy um-u
t Charles K. Bryant, who is playing
' Pa" 01 ur. lsaacsen 111 iu sauie tllop agreement giving better terms!
production. No announcement was.and wages than in force in any city!
in.i de before the marriage and there ( vI:t.re the (Vntral Fnioii Telephone
were few who knew of it. The engage-: company or oua Telephone company1
inent of the two had not been an- arc operating. '
bounced. Mr. Bryant also appeared At the la;t mjnute a demand has I
ls the Kgyptian in the London produc-. u.pn lnade on the Autouiatic Tele-;
icn of the same play. I phone company w hich is far in excets
ot what is demanded of the telephone
Eennett Near Slumber. trust ali(J th(? Autorilatic Telephone!
New York. Uec. 7. Jack Bntton of j
Chicago practically knocked out Billy I
Bennett, lightweight champion of Ire-1
land, a few seconds before the end '
of their 10 round bout in Brooklyn .
last night. Britton forced the lightin-i !
throughout and tn the loth round j
twice knocked Bennett down with)
hooks to the Jaw. After Bennett got:
to his feet the second time he hung .
over the rop;-s in a dazed condit ion. 1
Britton refused to strike him again, j
The referee stopped the bout three
seconds before time was up. !
Bloomington Must Pay Bay. ;
Cincinnati, O., iec. 7.
In a d 'eision ;
j handed down yesterday the
'baseball commission upheld
tional board of the National associa-' the rest of his business career to his i
tion of minor leagues wnicu ordered company, which owns a chain of six
the Bloomington club of the Three- mills. I
Kye league to pay player Harry Bay j 1
$"110. The commission decided that; Golf Meeting Ca'ied.
as Bay paid the money from his own! Now York. Iv. 7.In the .all for!
pocket in order to secure his release ,1h, i,riuuili meeting of the Fluted
from Na:hville to become manager ofjStat,.s G!f association iu Januarv, is-.
cue t'.ioomiugiou CIUD. cnat it was no
Be ambitious full
Dont put in another
day with that "half sick,
down and out" feeling.
It isn't necessary. Your
Stomach, Liver and
Bowels are only calling
for assistance and
SI O'l UII BITTERS
you back to
a trial today
Cameron were made one.
be tried concern his relations with a
different woman. Belle Schreiber. Hisisons.
troubles are not over. i
JOHNVON'S MAIIK! HU'ORD.
tampion, fascinated a white girl,!
Belle Schreilior, toured the world with :
her as h:
: wife, and is now under in
in this connection for vlo-
h'ting the Mann act.
Jan. 18. 1911 Induced Ktta Terry
Piiryea, white, to derert her husband
ai.d marry him. Brought such misery
, to her that she commltteed suicide in'
Dec. 3. 1912 Married Luciie Cam-!
eron, white, whom he met in August, j
Her mother went back to Minneapolis, :
heart-broken, after doing
pewer to save the girl.
all in her
Some Employes of the Telephone
Trust Are Giving a False Im-
! pression to Union Men. j
The Tri-City Automatic Home Tele-
pi. one company has embodied in its
franchise a clause guaranteeing to
h(JUr ay. The comuanv has also ex-
pr,.SSel its willingness to sigu a closed I
company has decided it would rather;
lose its franchise than to be driven
out of business by an unfair demand
on one side and a franchise compelling
low rates on the other side. (Adver- j
New Jcb for Horace Fogel. '
Philadelphia. Pa., Bee. 7. Horace!
Fogel probably i through with the!
Philadelphia baseball club, for he is1
engaged i '- another business. Fogel j
has been treasurer of the Stuyvesar.tj
Silk company of A'.lentown, Pa., for'
manv months pas'. He announced re-j
c ntly that he would devote the bal-
ance of the winter to the silk busi-
ness, leHrning all there is to know
about it, and probably would devote
s,10d l;t riehr
by Secretary Rohert
one applicant is men -
i C. Watson, only
tioned for the na'ional amateur cham
pionship the Jlomewood County club
Fight End6 in Draw.
St. Ixmis, Mo., Dec. 7. The main
event last night at the St. Louis Ath
letic club, between Harry Trendall and
Leo Kelly, both of St. Louis, resulted
in a draw after eight rounds of hard
battling. In the semi-wiudup Joe
GenaH of St. Louis was given the de-
cision over Jimmy Foley of Canada.
Dubuque to Drop Darringer.
i Dubuque, Iowa. Dec. 7. Howard '
Darringer, the veteran of the Dubuque !
I Three Eyes league team, will be sold
, by Manager Kow land. according to an-!
. r.ouncement made today. j
Kewanee Retains Manager.
Kewanee. 111., Pec. 7. George Pen-1
nington has been signed to manage ;
the Kewanee team again next year. I
Kewanee finished second in this year's 1
Wells Steps George Rodel.
London. Dec. 7. Bombadier Wells,
English heavyweight champion, last
night made his first appearance in the
ring In London since his return from
the United States. He knocked out
George Rodel. champion of South Af
rica, the end coming in the second
round after Wells had floored Rodel
Jimmy Carrol Dies in New York.
New York, Dec. 7. Jimmy Carroll,
an oil time heavyweight boxer who
held several championships in his day
' died here late laift night. He was
: struck by a s'reet car several days
ego and did not recover from the
Leaf lard at Schroeders.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For express, call William Trefz.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Have your pictures framed at Mc
Cabe's department store.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug-making.
Our B. 13. serge at $33 la the best
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer's
. ,. . . . , . , ,
Charles Fiebig, 1619
six per cent farm mortgages. Lltten
& Roberts, People's National bank
i Milan artesian water, approved by
: city and state, delivered daily. Phona
i west 1770.
Remember that Ralph Stanton has
everything to make your friends, who
Coal, coal, coal. The Rock Island
Fuel company will deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft coat.
$1.50 box of flowers for fl every
Saturday for cash at Hensley 'Floral
store, Fourth avenue and Twentieth
Strecker & Lewis, wholesale and re
tail agents for Sauitas, the washable
wall covering for kitchens and bath
Sewing machines repaired and war
ranted for one year. Supplies for all
Fiebig, locksmith, 1619 Third
. flrPr.rnnf KafP m the hn nr ntnro
(s a necessity. We have them from
$12 up Fiebig, locksmith, 1619 Third
Winter is coming, better get that
TIGERS TO BE GIVEN
A IIUGE SILAKE-UI I
Whrn Prerident Navin and Manager
Jennings cf the IKtroit Tigers attend
: the annual meeting of the American
league abur to be held at Chicago,
they will be prepared to make trades
of ail kinds. Among the veterans who
will go cn the market is Pitcher George
Mullin has been pitching for Detroit
since 10i2. His name baa been men
tioned in connect im with trades and
sele for several years, but he still
hangs on as a permanen" member cf
the Tigers, despite his published state-
j ment that he would never pitch anoth
1 er game for Detroit.
F M P l R F
Sunday Night Last
Chance to Hear
West & Charles
Piano and Violin
A GREAT ACT
Enter New Show
Special Sunday Matinee
Phone West 708.
and have your
Ward & McMahon will give you
estimates cn your plumbing, steam
and hot water heating that will bave 1
When you buy candy for yourself i
.1 1.11.1 j"i ...... . '.. I
or cue cuiiuren insist uii u.iuoci 1 s.
It is guaranteed pure ana wnoiesome,
made fresh every day.
Klostersilk embroidery patterns,
erch pattern done up iu envelope with
sufficient floss to work entire piece.
Frices from 15c up. The Mill Store.
Dunsmore & O'Connell smoke bouse
land billiard pariors, corner of Twcn
' tieth street and Fourth avenue. Every
i brand of good cigars and all kinds of
! Mueller Lumber company will en
jable you to build a fine huse 01 barn
out of the choictst select lumber and
! you will be surprised and yet pleased
j to learn the low prices they are mak
SouderB Laundering company at 501
503 Twelfth street. Thi laundry is
equipped with the very latest modern
machinery, turning out work that Is
not surpassed by any laundry ia the
T. S. O'Hara, flour and feed store,
i is having a big trade on stock a'.n
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
for horses, cattle, hogs, sheep ai
I all kind tof poultry
hens lay every day.
Kain & Iteinharut cigar store still
takes the lead. Most liberally patron
ized. Everything in tobacco, cigars
land smokers' supplies. M?d is never
S better tatisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
The Rock Island Lumber and Manu
facturing company, lumber ami buiid- :
ing material for all purposes, houses,
barns, granaries. We will give you au
opportunity to save a big pur cent. Let
us be of service to you.
Math's baKery and confectionery
store, the finest in the tri-cities.
Bread, cakes, pics, cookies and hot
rolls. They can't i,e beat. Most peo
ple say they are superior to any home
baking. Let them serve you.
M. R. Iglehart, marble and granite
works, save you the middleman's prof-
' Its. From 15 to 25 per cent saved on
every monument ai d all ku!3 cf mon
! u mental work. CUll at our shop on
Second avenue and see for yourself.
E. E. Lamp, plumbing, s'.tara and
hot water heating, gas Siting. His
j efficient know ledge of the business
justly entitles him to your patronage,
i His shop has all modern equipments.
: Everything in plumbing supplies.
i Johnson's Wood Dye Is not a mere
stain not simply a surface dressing.
It is a real, deep-seated eye, thai goes
; to the very heart of the w ood ana
j stays there fixing a rich ana perrca
i nent color. Johnson's Wood Dye :s
, made in 14 standard shades. For sale
i by Lerch & Greve, 2002-20U4 Fourth
:, The autograph handkerchiefs for
, women. A happy suggestion to those
intending the purchase of such gifts.
! Neatly embroidered with the given
I names most in use. They are all
1 linen, of a fine quality with narrow
hem-stitched borders, excellent values
at these prices, six in a box, ilAO.
The Mill Store. i
There is a great world of comfort to j
The early purchaser
is the wise purchaser.
We have our com
plete holiday line now.
You can spend a
pleasant hour here.
Come in and see
the season's novelties.
J. RAMSER'S SONS
Jewelers. Opposite the Harper
the eyes In a perfectly fitted pair ot
glasses or spectacles. The lenses should
be accurately adapted to your Individ-
j ua requirements and should be set In
frames or mountings that rest comfort
ably unon the nose. We Eive comfort
in the frames as well as in the lenses.
VreA rjleuer, eye specialist. 1702 Sec
We are the leauers for up-to-date
laundry work. Each shirt finished
by hand and put up in a carton, Insur
ing work. Delivered to you in good
condition. We guarantee no cracked
collars or cuffs. City Steam laundry.
From a Farmer's View Point
Exceptional Interest Awakened in Every Walk of Life.
John Zciiior, now li viny near Mijaii,
111., but formerly of Hock Island, has
this to Bay of I'lant Juice:
"I have been troubled with severe
spells cf indigestion and stomach trou
ble for a long time. My appetite was
very poor and nothing I ate seemed to
; greo wi h mo. I could not sleep or
11 of. ai'.d I became very nervous. I
In ard so many good comments on I'lant
i '"'t:e ami the excellent results obtain-
1 d. I decided to try it. I have used
wo bottles and am greatly relieved, so
FOR LAGRIP AND MALARIA
NO BITTER TASTE
Scientifically combined, pirre QUININE, pure WHISKY.
NO SUBSTITUTES USED
Taken before meals restores appeti, taken before retiring insures
sleep. A good medicine to keep in the house. A NATURAL TONIC.
Protected by U. S. registered labels, to Imitate is felony. Put up in
bottles only and sold by all liquor dealers.
Bollman, 417 Seventeenth
Nelson to Box McGuire.
Chattanooga, Tenu., Dec. 7. Terry
Nelson, the Chicago lightweight, has ,
signed to meet Jim McGuire at Savan
nah, Ga., on Christmas day. The bout,
is scheduled to go 10 rounds. The win
ner will meet Walter Little on New
APPLES! APPLES! APPLES!
Go to Laflin's orchard, three miles
south of Milan for your winter apples.
much so, in fact, that I most heartily
I recommend it."
There is nothing equals Plant Juice
in treating ailments of the stomach,
liver, kidneys and blood. It thoroughly
cleanses the system, removes all im
purities, increases the circulation, and
tones up the w hole body.
Call for demonstrations from 9 a. m.
to 8 p. m. at Ballard Drug & Dental
company, 10i; West Second street, Dav
enport; E. Jericho & C'o., druggists,
Moline, and the Harper House phar
macy. Rock Island.--(Advertisement.)