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THE ROCK TSEAXD ARGUS. IT? ID AY, APRIL 4, 1913.
CUBS DRAW AWAY
Good Many Reasons
FROM THE OTHERS
Leaders of Tri-City Bowling
League Take Three Straight
Particularly low priced tm. Bed Room Suite
This large library table, 45 inches long, 28 inches
wide, heavy top and legs, finished in rich American
Quartered sawed oak. !
No store in Davenport is showing a
larger or better line of go-carts, or pull
man reclining carriages. We sell the
Tourist line as well as cheaper grades
MOLINES WIN THE SERIES
Blimp Own Compatriots and Tie for
Second Stock Leaders Take
Two from Croat Country.
TRI-CITY LEAGTK STANDING.
I'. W. I,. pct.
flow rty 7s
f ross Country 7X
tock I.ia'W H
.n 1 4
That Cub :ram of the Tri-City Bowl,
ir.g league cr'ainly is a "bear." With
aholiJ'.e.v no regard for the feelings
of othera they continue to annex
pames with sickening regularity. One
f f their favorite pastimes is to send
(w hospital reporrn before a sriei
is scheduled and then noiichale.nt.v
w alk away v. rh the grap3. I,a.n niht
ft' the St. Ju!:en alleys they made, a
sweep of the three games and pushed
'he Bachelors out of the 3-hoie, and
rinwn Into the fourth notch.
The Bachelors do not believe thai
the Onb are so many as they are
rated, and ajisuniini; the role cf belf
appointed dowrfull producers. (JpcldeJ
to trim the leaders no an to make the
Pennant rare a little closer and inci
dentally help the league in general.
Their Intentions were fine, but that
aa aw far a tLy progressed.
By taking thrw straight from the
Plow City ajuad. the Moltners last
night tied for second place In the per
centage column. The Stock header
helped themselves to a couple of
games from the Cross Country toys,
leaving but 13 points difference In
the tabula'ed column. Th- rreul's
Van RTten lf.ii
I ough . . .
t'.iftier 14St 114
Van rWk Ill 157
H!ldlrandt 154 12."?
Oberg 114 V.
.I.'hns.rtl 12H lfi4
Totals 673 71
Croft Country No score.
Freditie 152 1 T
Wooten ifiti zi
I.lndberg 145 132
Hwcnmn l;io 172
Graflund 172 I'.G
Totals f26 834
8 suffer 153 175
Churchill K.1 149
Swanson 19.r lafi
Thorr.gren 12 164
Itonahun 126 176
Totals 761 S20 764 2,335
0 OTHKH Jtl l Kl.
The bmUiers Wlch, who comprise
the Crops Country team, were rac
man shy when the roll an call.-d last
p. m. They decided to struggle along
1th four men, but with one Wick
falling to burn, they were a trifle ihy
fti luminosity, and rang the bHl but
f t ce. The Stock Leaders trimmed the
Wicks twice In succession. The Cro?!
( cuntries fulled to turn In the'r score
hewtH atul the reader may draw lug
The following verbal invltaion S8
paFsed snuind town yesterday: "Dear
Kriend: Come and us clean 'he
Cubs. Tl:ey lire prer.v fair, but v:th
Our Price, $9.75
$1.00 Cash, 75c Monthly
So other mnrhinp show? more wear than this for
the money asked for it. Will do just as good work
ns marhines costing $35. This one is gurananteed
Tor 10 years.
$1.50 cash, $1.00 monthly
Union Motion Bed Dav
Vp., . ' tfy tBL
Is one of urfusnally attractive designs;
42 inches wide; two upper drawera
and two large drawers; has large size
French plate mirror.
This bed room suite Is made of gen
uine quartered sawed oak; not paint
ed; and is better finished than suites
costing quite a little more than we
ask for this one.
This 4-bow top fine collapsible cart Is
Just for Tomorrow
Is large and roomy; has 5 large draw
ers, handsome French plate mirror; is
18x24 incnes; this chiffonier Is 36
Inches wide and of proportionate
depth; both the dres6er and chiffon
ier are fitted with wood bandies, and
is just as nice a looking snlte as us
ually sells for about $20 more money.
This price is only made possible from
the fact that each of our many stores
bought this Identical suite, giving tas
manufacturer an opportunity to save a
great many of them at one time.
We will offer this genuine Elastic Cotton Felt Mat
tress, we'gsinjt 45 lbs. covered with
a good grade of fancy ticking......
Is exactly as illustrated, has heary
roll head and foot, perfectlv plain, no
carvings whatever: comes in full size
only; will give years of service.
Like all our offerings the terms on
this suite, $3.25 caah. $1.00 weekly
is lower than you will get at other
Room Size Velvet Rug $16.50
Terms $1.50 cash; $1.50 a month.
Terms, $1.00 cask. 60c weekly.
This davenport makes a perfect bed at night and a
luxurious davenport by day; upholstered in best
2;rade of imitation leather.
Terms $2.50 cash, $1.00 weekly
See the Little Princess, Four Room
Dutfit, completely set up1
:n our second floor . .
Terms to Suit
We are showing some very handsome patterns oj
printed as well as the Ions wearing Inlaid Linol
eums. All very moderately priced.
Linoleums as low as
Special for this week handsome woven Velvet Rugs made without miters room size In
aseortment of meJailion. Oriental and floral designs can not be equaled anywhere In DavenDort
v.. iuj iu . iucsc ruga are apeciaiiy aaaplea to Dea room, living
room or dining room wear and are of such weight and quality as are hound to
give excellent service. Our special price for this week on above terms is only ..
9 in uavenpori
F A . V-:-J
The last postmaster general in his an
nual report recommended that ever;
receiver of mail should have a propei
receptacle for the receiving of same. II
you are not already supplied get one ol
these here, tomorrow
107-109 West Second Street
Made of steel and usually sold at 25a
One to a customer.
a!! due modepfy we have got them
cheated some IS different a'6. We
are the boys that can do It. The
Bachelors ' Cue for the music: Pro
fenhor. 1'1 you kindly strike up that
Hfle bu!M em, Med "Day Dreams?"
Fred PatfiriR b.iwled like a house
afire last nipht. First gi-:i.e, 205; sec-
Pure, Healthful, Dependable
Its active principle solely
grape acid and baking
soda. It makes the food
more delicious and whole
some. The low priced, low grade
powders put alum or lime
phosphates in the food.
Ask Your Doctor About That
ond, 183; third. 201. On the last
frame of his second game, Fritz should
have gleaned a strike. One lone pin
wabbled indecisively for a moment,
but finally decided to keep its feet.
So the be. Fted could get was a
spare. Had that refractory pin act
ed in a decent manner, the 18-karat
boy would have averaged over 200
for the evening.
Roy Collins of the Bachelors, in
terefered with himself, and tried to
amputate his left ankle with the
bowling ball. He limped for a few
minutes, but advices from the head
trainer today are to the effect that
the patient Is doing nicely.
Thorngren, the pride of tiie P"ow
City squad, was apparently dazed last
evening. He has not recovered from
that last defeat admhaisered by A.
With but 12 more games scheduled,
it looks very much like th Cubs,
month. Dues for April have been flx-e-i
Bt CO cents. The financial state
On hand March 1, 1913 .08
V.arch collections 263.00
Two Seek Divcixa.
Two petitions for divorce wene filed
in the cirouit clerk's office this morn
Itg. In one, Joseph Gyenge of Mo
lice charges his wife. Ethel, with de
sertion, and asks the custody of the
two children. J. B. and J. U Oak tee. f
are the attornrg. In the second,
Bernhardina Potentia Munson of Mo
line charges her nusoaua, Bernhard,
wi'h desertion. A. H. Kohler is the
March disbursements 260.57
Kalance April 1, 1&13 $ 2.51
Disbursements were as follows:
P. C. Beck 60.00
M C. Slattery 26 25
Walter Kernptner 26.25
William Timmerman 21.00
Edward Moran 15.75
J. H. Clark 15.00
B. Barthel n.75
George Oranath 9. 00
D. J. Kelley 9.00
Joseph Abel 7.50
H P. Bertelsen 6 75
J. Stephen 6 00
Frank Barns . . .
F. J. Peisch ...
William ZIndt .
William Burns .
George Fisher .
Printing February report 2.07
Treasurer's salary 8 25
Secretary '8 salary 16.50
news all the time Tho
ARSENAL AID PAYS OUT
$260.57 DURING MONTH
I George D. Gillette, secretary of the
Arsenal Employes" Aid association,
j has issued the March report, showing
j 650 members in good standing, two
j having been admitted during the
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SPECIALS for SATURDAY
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Korner Grocery and Bakery
Eitfhth Street and Third Avenue.
Baldwin Apples, peck 28c Oranges, per dozen .... 33o
, . Bananas, per dozen . 15c &20c
Lemons, per dozen 30c Good Potatoes, peck 18c
LETTUCE, RADISHES AND ONIONS
Don't forget to come to our store and see the fine display of canned goods. The
specials on canned goods will close Saturday night.
In the Bakery Department
Bread, Butterfly Rolls, Coffee Cake, Raised and Sweet Doughnuts, Cakes and a
large supply of assorted cookies.
DcENxVT KORNER GROCERY
Prompt Delivery Service. Telephone West 559