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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1013.
TO CARL BROWN
Waterloo Grappler Ends All
Question as to His Super
iority Over Harry.
BROKEN FINGER COSTS NUNAMAKER PLACE;
CADY FIRST CATCHER THROUGH ACCIDENT
TAKES STRAIGHT FALLS
Davenport Favorite Kept on Defensive
AU the Time Hurley Threw
The beat wrestling card at the Illi
nois theatre this year was pulled off
last night with Carl Brown of Water
loo and Harry Brondell of Davenport
as the headline attraction. A crowd
of BOO saw the D&venporter fall before
his stronger and slightly heavier op
ponent from Waterloo. Brown was
the better man and the crowd was
It is Human to discriminate!
a a b .m mm
owe their wonderful popularity to
their pure and choice tobaccos.
Men like Fat una like the good
tobacco like tRfe blend a "dis
tinctively Individual" character
that pleases the whole country I
JftfiTli m mi i ii Sa-aL2 mMf
CUBS GIVEN NO !
SHOW IN SERIES;
f Cinched One Game in Spite of
Heavy Odds Gang of Root
ers Hold Sway.
i especial Corr!pondnre or The Arsrus ready to play again the Red Sox were
Boston, Feb. 14. If Manager Jake ; traveling at such a fast pace that Stahl,
Stahl Ehould pick Forrest Cadv for his : ho is a litUe superstitious, refused to i mg.
TRI-CITY LEAGUE STANDING.
P. W. U Pet.
Cubs 60 39 21 .650
Plow City 60 39 21 .650
Moline 60 34 26 .567
Bachelors 57 31 26 .544
Cross Country 60 19 41 .317
Stock Leaders 57 15 42 .263
One game was credited to the Cubs
of the Tri-City Bowling league, ir,
the series which were rolled last even
ing with the Plow City club or Moline
on the Aagle alleys in Moline and the
Cubs are endeavoring this morning to
figure out how they even managed to
cinch that game considering the cir
cumstances. The Cubs and Plow
City team Is now tied for first place.
Every time the Cubs go to Moline
it is always the occasion for a cer
tain gang of locoed Moline gents who
call themselves rooters to congregate
at the alleys and to stampede over
the alleys and Incidentally to pull off
other stunts when the Cubs are bowl-
A team of professionals could
Swinging Into The Last Days Of My
Great Free Offer
$5.00 RAIN COAT
or choice of anv
PAIR OF TROUSERS.
A real $25 to $30 suit or o'coat made to your indi
vidual measure for 1
Remember Haege guarantees every suit or overcoat to give perfect satisfaction or
COME IN TOMORROW
first catcher in 1913. that voung man;'" an chances oi orbing me ruu
... 'of gocd lurk by putting his former
I " first catcher bark into the game. un-
jto an accident which occurred to amaier ne!(j down a bench most of
I Catcher Nunamaker last year. j the time during tbejemainder of the
I When the 1912 baseball season open- i eeason. while Cady baekstopped him
jed Nunamaker was picked to do most self to fame.
:of the receiving for the Red Sox. act- With any team other than Boston
ling as Bill Carrigan'n side partner. Nunamaker would have been kept busy
During the early part of the season he j last year. In fact, several flattering
I was Boston's first catcher, and with 'offers were made for Nunamaker by
'him behind the bat the Red Sox got ajother American leogue clubs when it
good start. Then the accident occur- j becam" apparent that he was no longer
red which gave Cady a chance. While i first catcher. None of the offers were
catching in a game at St. I.ouis Nuna-' seriously considered.
hardly wm with the odds with which
the Cubs had to contend last night.
The Cubs do not object in the least
to legitimate rooting from the other
quarter, but they do object to rough
neck tactics which were employed
last evening by a gang of alleged
The Cross Country team hung up
two wins on the St. Julien alleys,
where it rolled the Moline club. Graf
lund of the Moline club was star man
of the series, rolling a score of 577.
The Bachelors and Stock leader
j games were postponed until a later
sorer c -
maker broke a finger on his throwing
hand. Cady, then third catcher, was
put on the job. Boston won the game.
During Nunamaker's long absence
I Nunamaker is now or his way to date. The scores follow:
Boston, where h will join the squad j
ithat will go to Hot Springs for spring!
'training the latter part of this month.!
from the game
which put him
Cady made a record j It is believed that in spite cf his recog
in right with Jake i nized ability he will have to play sec-
i Stahl. And whtn Nunamaker waslond fiddle to Cady in 1913.
fS' j outcome per
&'Jf on two str
f. I minutes wit
Price on Fat;mas is now
and always has been 15c.
Largest dealers in the
that fact which made the
perfectly satisfactory. Brow
ralght falls, the first in 2
h a scissors on head and
hammerlock and the second in 20 min-'
utes with a scissors on head. The i
winner was the aggressor all the time, !
I Brondell being kept, busy breaking the j
i holds that were applied to him. The i Local Baseball Supporter Says
OR NOTHING AT ALL
For Saturday, Mon
day and Tuesday
Strictly fresh eggs.
per dozen 20c
Finest creamery butter .. 37r.
Good apples, per peck ... 25c
Oranges, good and sweet,
per doren 19:, V.k and ... 39c
per quart IfjC
Large red globe onions,
per peck 150
Beeta, carrots, turnips and pa--s-
nip, per peck jyc
Five pounds ruta'iagas .... 1 Qc
Six cans 1'et or Van
Camp's milk 25c
Three cans tomatoes 25c
Four 10c cans sweet corn 25c
Two cans pumpkin or
kidney beutis 15c
Two packages Holland
Three packages pancake
Four pounds fresh oatmeal 15c
Four pounds dry peas . ..,25c
Four pounds navy beans
or Jap rice 25c
Two pounds gingersnaps
or crackers 1 5c
Seven boxes Noiseless
Seven mils Majestic
toilet paper 25c
Two large lc mackerels
Thre.? full pound packages
raisins . 25c
Regular 30c coffee,
per pound 25c
Three packages of macaroni or
Two tall 15c cans salmon 2f)C
Two 15c glasses of assorted
Three cans Karo syrup ... 25c
Eight bars Ienos soap .... 25c
Jersey Cream flour,
per 6ack $1.23
Gold MeCal or Ceresota flour,
per sack $1.33
per sack $1.43
19 pounds best rane granulated
100 pound sack sugar .. $4.98
Phone your order early. De
livery to any part of the city.
BRADY GROCERY CO.
700 Twelfth Street.
Old phones west 443 and 869.
Delivery to any part of the city
Phone your order early.
T )a v c n rwf t a r fiorl nronarorf hlmoalf t f '
j withstand his opponent's favorite hold 1
1 scissors on arm and while Brown j
, succeeded time after time in getting
I this, Brondell broke it or slipped out
of it as rapidly as it was secured.
The Illinois Athletic club, will next
endeavor to match Brown and Harry
Hartman. the Burlington grappler who
I was unable to appear recently for bis
match with Brondell.
HI'Hl.KV THHOYV POE.
Bill Hurley of Albany again defeat-
1 ed Lonie Page in the semi-windup of
last night's bill. Two straight falls
in 17:30 and 12:00 respectively, did the
business. A scissors on body and
headlock was used earh time. The two
lightweights put up a lightning fast
! exhibition that made ur for the fact
i that the local boy was the loser.
Art Paijlly of Moline threw Law
' rence Asa of Rock Island twice after
losing the first fall,
j A comedy matcn Tietween Bill Stark
:' of Clinton and Bon Myers of Daven
port headed the evening's card. The
Clinton boy won two straight falls in
19 minutes which were full of amuse
ment for the spectators.
Jesse Slaymaker of Albany was ref
eree for the matches and James Rey
nolds was timekeeper.
I MOI.IK MATCH FORFEITED. IThis
Al Ackerman and Defor Nelos, the
latter a Chicago Greek, appeared be
fore a small crowd in Moline last
evening. Their battle was a rough one,
resulting in the Greek's forfeiting to
Ackerman. The Chicagoan won the
first fall with rough tactics which In
cluded the shoving of Ackerman out
Van Etten 179 127
Wilson 166 164
Clemann 129 166
Stephen 225 152
Salzmann 14S 1C5
Totals 847 774
Stouffer 163 159
Churchill 189 178
Swanson 184 175
Thorngren 165 182
Donahue 175 156
Totals 874 850
Decatur Is Bluffing as to
with scarlet spoons; a sweetmeat that
does not satisfy the hunger; a fruit j
which we plant and gather at the
same time. A kiss is nothing divided
Hickman, Ky., Feb. 21. "Rube";
iWaddell, Joe Cantillon's famous twirl-:
er, who was laid up for 10 days with i
a severe attack of pneumonia, is out ;
again and rapidly regaining his '
Illinois Theatre, W, FEBRUARY 21
Utricle Josh Perkins
It brings back memories of your childhood daya on the farm.
New and beautiful acenery All new specialties.
PRltES 10c, 20c, 30c and 10c Seata Selling Now
EESissnsz - - - irT7r
Champaign, 111.. Feb. 21. Monte
a Philadelphia Athletic,
for a job as manager of
: Prrtflfi nnre
453 ' '
' has applied
"'the Champaign team in the lllino's
Missouri league. Illinois Missouri league
: salaries, it is feared, will not appeal to
jMonte, but he was told what is paid
736 2,400 I
and may be signed if satisfied.
"I am inclined to think the talk
i emanating from Decatur of a proposi-! Herman
V ' J W flUUd t 1 J V . W 1 ' ' J V, . V M ...... j
! chi&e in that city over to Rock Island, j
is very much of a bluff,'' remarked a :
F. Wich 152
Ed. Wich 178
Henry Wich 202
Jo1 Wich 130
Wich .. 126
Totals 788 853
baseball supporter last
evening. "It is my opinion that the
stories to the effptt that the franchise
may be transferred here is designed
for the sole purpose of having them
' reproduced ir. the L'eiatur panc-rs as aj
' means cf stimulating interest there In j
a bankrupt association at lhat end. I i
am told, furthermo: e. that conditional
'upon the franchise bcir.i transferred
j to any city, as a last contingency, a
debt of some $3,.1"0 nr.:st be assumed
j by the cty that gets thi- tranchise.
j "How different is this attitude from
' that manifested by the old r?ock Island
j association when it a!andond base
, ball a year ago. It -a ill he recalled that
j when th" i'.ssoi :ai.:.;:i then in control
j having def-rinir.ed 'o a'. audon the field,
I iiftc r- first offeri;,g tj,e franchise to
i other local Interests ii va'n. did not
ask any other "ty to pay for it. but
I turned franchise ad playc-rs back to
jfhe league the rightful possessor.
Wooten 174 138
Ping 168 151
Eord 166 135
Swensen 181 169
Graflund 132 213
450 ' Kalamazoo, Mich., Feb. 21. A full j
' nine-inning game of baseball was play-1
..-'ed. here yesterday between school!
THE ILLINOIS THEATRE
TOMORROW Matinee and Night Feb. 22
EVENING AT 8:15. JESSIE BUSLEY & CO.
DOC O'NEIL .
KEANE & WHITE
ELDORA & CO.
SPECIAL Owing to Turner'a Masquerade entire case, productlc
nd Orpheum orchestra "of 10 wil! be here. First time ever.
PRICES Matinee 25c, any seat. Night 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c.
TH MOWS 8f
: teams. The novel sight of a baseball
game in February brought several hun-
Iture watched the bout and went away
I determined to vote for the Manning
1 .J .1 . . L. - A I . rr, :1 Tl.
,u.cu .wu.. ui, u.u..u. "" bill creating a state
2,460 ("nappy work of the players the clone ' Me ,l0xln? show.8
8,urr' lu ttuu tu- -w....b.u Miwakee and young
472jlm' Blc i Madison fought
! j to the event.
i Havana, Feb. 21. Three of six ad
577 : journed games in the chess tournament j
! were nlaved off vesterdav. All re- I
Eddie Moha of
an eicht-round draw.
"Young" Krajse and Frank Bliss.both
j of Madison, went four rounds to a
821 806 577 2,472 I s' !'Pd.in draws. The contestants were ; Jon0
jjanowsKi ana Jarre, i.najes ana .-.tar- j
r rwi shall, and Corzo and Janowski.
Philadelphia. Pa., Feb. 21 Only the
; fortunate change of the direction of i
the wind and the prompt work of fire- i
men yesterday saved the Philadelphia',
National league baseball park from dtj-1
struction. Fire completely destroyed I
the grain elevator of Egolf & Co., rii- j
rectly across the street from the park, I
of th !
w ... I
iir. sterlings . Phillies was doomed, the wind veered. ,
was as Prince Ha1 the blazP extended a few more i
He gave up feet, the entire grand stand, which is'
Graustark rnainlv of wood, wouirt havu hAen a
Philadelphia. Pa., Feb. 21. Frank
will probably change to 10 to 8 or
Berlin. Feb. 21. It is announced
that the German government would
give its official su-pport to the Olympic
games here In 1916.
Detroit, Mich., Feb. 21. raul Slk
ora of Detroit went eight rounds with
Grover Hayes of Philadelphia before
s, I'liiittflPIplna. neteatea Charles , tne vunasor a. l... nayes nau a buriu
Warren. Botn, a national three-cush-1 advantage on points, but a draw decis-
was the only manly and honora
ble thing to do. and -Ahen Rock Island
again reaches the point where it is to
renter baseball, it shoi ld get a clean
franchise anil net a d-!it accumulated
by another city u which its franchise
wag presenu d a year ago.
supi)r,rted such well known
'Fanny Davenport, Melbourne McDow
ell. Milton and Dolly Nobles, Victory
, Patmuen. Florence Roberts. McKee
Rankin and ethers. He has a long ac
quaintance with the drama, having
been born ir. the business, atid made
an around the world tour w'th T. Dan-
liel Frawley. curing which he visited
v i.nurt. Liie nnippines, jan(1 entaned a loss of $lo'Vif.0.
'V':'"""1' "' "u an tne European i ,hen it seemed that ths home
.c;es or pronnnenre.
last appearame here
Gabriel in Graustark.
. his engagement with the
'""i"! jiii.iug one nigni sianasjotal loss.
;i ioo exnausung, ana as Mr. BOW
man learned that he was laying, he
; made him an offer to join the Bowman
.company, which he accepted. Mr.
; Sterling will ba most glad to welcome
'his old friends and admirer the week
' ot March 3, at the Illinois, where the
ion billiard match.
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 2!. Wol
;;ast and "Harlem Tommy" Murphy
both an- confident of winning in their
2b-roi!iid bout h re on Saturday. Wol
?qst !s a V) to 9 favorite, but the odds
ion would not have been unfair.
i -nr 'l
New York, Feb. 21. Alexander H.
Stewart of Chicago captured the high
est honors from the giants of the bull
dog world which are showing at the
37th annual exhibition of the Westmin
ster Kennel club.
into ibe fooMights. Al came back
strong in the second fall nnd in the
course of the rough and tumble bout
literally hurled his heavier opponent
out into the atdience. Nelos was hurt 1
ai.J could not go on again, giving up
the match. The two may possibly be
staged fuf a finish encounter at the
roller rink In Rock Island in the -near
In m v- Inrlomant t Vi n rvnl i- n-. tV.nt-
Rock Island should' go back into base- '.Bown2a !l"pa.ny n" per-
ball is !n an en;ire)y new league, made
up perhaps of the chief cit'es in the
present Three-Eye league, but in an
absolute reorganization, including
above aJl things a president other
Olympia, Wash.. Feb. 21. Acting cn
the unanimous instructions of the sen
ate. Lieutenant Governor Hart tele
graphed to the Maine legislature a de
nal of the rumor said to be current in
Boise that an Idaho law forbidding
race track garnbling'would be followed
Saturday. Feb. 22
1. Why is an old bachelor always in
2. If a man saw his sister fall in
the e why couldn't he go to her res
cue? 3. There is a word of four letters,
from which one can be taken and still
leave one. What is it?
4. Why is a woman's work like a
5. What is the largest school in the
1. Because he ia never Miss-taken.
2. Because he couldn't be a brother
and assister ia sister) too.
3. Done d-one).
4. Because it is never done.
6. The school of experience.
toire of high class dramas at nr.nnlar i
prices, opening Mondav n'ght In "The j by an act of th W ashington legislature
!Man from Arizona," a western drama lautnoriin EU' n Pa,nbli,'S- A fight
i full of comedv and strong dramatic 1 is 1eing madfi ,n Ihad" to cio;:" tIie
Eituatlons. High class vaudeville will Voeur d'Akne race track, whh h ia near
.... r.a.uwi u i,. i ... , , . i 'inn BHiuneton roti!:narv. i ne luami
Tean.ej, who is responsible for ! m ,. . ! :irislatora are said to have been told
the difruption of the Three-Eye league. , 0(Jc and fJ centg " rnce8' 1 i by raoe ,ra(k mP!1 tliat .-.shinyen
and whose attitude toward Rock Is-f " " llies desieus on Idaho's track and would
Hlr," nhe J,U?e ? thi" city'9 with- i The question was. "What is a kiss- mo il acrC8s the ,;ne-
Wr d., S .r?er I The German comedian said "Net is it-
a fa:r doAl at Tearney & hands, and L, - , 1 i fdiPnn Fh. ?i .itr o rnn.
ii,. i Hoi i iv. i uvijjub . rlOSs, 1 '
who will appear here at the Illinois ' nel1 rd Jimmy Travers of Chicago
March 2. joined the laugh, but he dis-',OUBht 10 rounds to a draw Wednesday
closed an old note book and read nint- Many members of the legjsla
from a collection of definitions of a I
kiss which he has been making for
years. "A kiss," said Mr. Rose, "is
the 27th letter of the alphabet, the
AliIove letter that requires two pairs of
lips to utter: a kiss is the alms that
I; ought never to try again." j
Feb. 22 Orpheum vaudeville.
2:30 and 8:15 p. m.
Performance daily at 2:45 and :15.
Orpheum vaudeville Performances
daily at 2:30 and 8:30 p. m.
AT THE ILLINOIS.
"Uncle Josh Perkins," a rural corner-,
said to be interpreted by a cap
able cast, is the attraction at the
Orpheum vaudeville will hold the
boards at the Illinois at matinee and
night performances tomorrow the bill
appearing the present week at the ;
Grand. Davenport, to be transferee! !
here for the day. n is first class in all
"in 'tiics iijiu ift uu rrct?ives wllDOul j
impoverishing her who gives; a. kiss I
is according to the soldier, a report at I
headquarters; a kiss is the door that!
opens the citadel of the heart; a kiss:
is a receipt given by your sweetheart j
when paying your addresses; a kiss is
the wild, leaping flame of love's elec
tricity; a kiss Is a delicious dish eaten 1
j An attack of the grip is often follow
ed by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance. Cham-
: berlain's Cough Remedy has been ex-
: tensively used and with good success ; respects.
: for the relief and cure of this cotgh. t
j Many cases have been cured after ail j W'ill W. Sterling, who is this season
1 other remedies had failed. Sold byjwith the Bowman company, -s one of
! all drusgists. (Adv.) j the best known actors now ulaying In
j - ; repertoire. For many years he was a
All the news all the time The prominent member of the Grand Opera
i Argus. j house stock of San Frsncisco, and
Order seats now for Sun
day. Big Musical Comedy
25 PEOPLE 25
$1.50 for 10c, 20c, 30c
Phone West 708.
- .' " ,IM "T! 7
Feb. 24, 25, 26 1
R. !. Roller Rink
COLONEL J. L SMITH
67 years old, the G. A. R. cham
pion sprinter will run against
the fastest skaters of the tri
ckles at the Big Rink, Rock Is
land. Colonel Smith sends a
special invitation to his com
rades of the G. A. R. to visit him
at the rink.
ADMISSION TO ALL 10c.
Races start at 9:45.
Pork loin roasts, per pound
Pork shoulder roasts, per pound .
Neck bones, per pound
Spare ribs, pdr pound
Unrendered leaf lard, per pound 12c
Fresh pigs feet, per pound 3c
Choice beef rib roasts, per pound "JIq
Choice beef pot roasU, per pound Qrj
Choice beef chuck roasts, per pound "JQc
Wisconsin brick cheese, per pound
In two pound rolls, per roll
Buehler Bro3. best put up in one pound bricks,
none better nor just as good, at 20c
Remember we are headquarters for fish during
25c, 30c, 35c
Wisconsin early June Peas, per can 10c.
Tomatoes, per can
1628 Second Ave.. Rock Island