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ISLAND . 'AUG
BOWLERS TO DINE
AT HOTEL HARMS
Animal Banquet of the Tri-Cit7
Bowling League Set for
Saturday, May 24.
word was passed around this mora
ing. The entire line-up of pic arti3ts
will be on hand decorated with the
proverbial bells, and the newspaper
men have also been extended a cor
Official season's averages were made
! public this morning. These give first j
QUICK FINISH IS
.LARGE TIME IS EXPECTED
honors to Herman Wlch with an aver-1 Matty McCue Puts British Rival !had a cl'sct shade, his blows carry!
age of 171.33, L. W. Stephen grabs! a-.. t , 'mere steam than those of his rival.
of Chicago. McGill was the mere
clever, but Adams excelled la rough
ness, and th?re wasn't much to choose
(between them at the finish,
j Billy Hauts of Racine and "Young"
Wallace of Milwaukee furnished the
;r.emi-windup, which was uninteresting.
j Tiey weighed in at 122 pounds. Kautz
FREE! Phoenix Silk Hose with Women's
second honors with 163.23 end E. Van
Etten takes third place with 167.30.
Art Salsmann led with a high aver
age of 818, but is barred from the
prize money, because of not having
Away in Lcs3 Than a
Racine, Wis.. May 16. It tcok Matty
bowled the entire 60 games stipulated jast OEe mlnute aKd lorty gecond3 t0
Official Avertfles of Stison Are Mads The Cubs annexed hih team score
for three games as follows
Public Today Cuba Lead
! 834, 2,791, and also high team average
for the season with 817. The high
team score for single game goes to
the Tlow City squad at 973. , High
individual score for three games goes
!to Van Etten of the Cubs as follows:
; 224. 230. 199, 653. High individual
Moline 06.43 ' score for single game is tiken by
Cress Country 774.60 ' Fredeen of Moline with 235.
Stock Leaders 730.36 j TJ,e PaRt reason has been a pros-
perous one, taken as a wno;e, ana at
knock all worldly thoughts out of the
mind f Jeff O'Conneii, the Chicago
Britisher in the windup of the boxing
show staged by the Racine Athletic
dub last night.
That crashing right which has laid ! frr,oortv ani R.:rtv I'nhniz oviwt tnn
low so many rivals in the las; coupla jmanv ccnceMi01!S in tne prc,pcSoa 10.
cf months was "on the job" better tnan rounJ bout there vlth Jimiriy clatbv
ever. Five times la a row MeCuepn Ju3e 13 The Eutle rrnmoter3
b.uus ' lainuus stnugni puutu aua c;aira McGoortv demands 51.000. with
San Francisco, Cal., May 10. Tom
Jones, representing Jess Wiliard, and
Jim Buckley, "Gunboat" Smith's mat
ager, held a two hours cor.ferenea last
night without arriving at any agreement-
upon the question who shall ref
eree next Tuesdays 20-round bout be
tween Smith and Wiliard. Buckley is
satisfied to accept Jim Griffin, hut
Denver, Col., May 16. According to
a telegram from Butte. Mont., Edd:e
The annual banquet which marks
the close cf the Tri-City Cowling
the banquet officers will be elected
for the 1914 activities, and pians dis-
league win te field at the Hotel Harms ! cussed for making it the best ever.
Saturday evening. Miy 21. luis glad i Official averages follow:
Name. dub Ga
A. Sal-marin f'ubs
Herman Wich (;. (
F. Donahue p. c.
3 Wich cubs
C. Roantree Ba'-h.
O. Swanson Mol.
W. 8tephen Cubs
E. Van Etten Cubs
C. Mueller Bach.
F. Wooten Mol.
C. Graflund Mo!.
E. Churchill p. c.
.A. Lau Each.
A. Stoffer p.c.
C. Holm Mol.
J. Thorn ?ren P. C.
C "Wilson dibs
W. Slvli Rich.
R. Collir.s Bach.
F. Patting '. cubs
J. Fredeen Mol.
E. Van Oriel p. c.
H. Clemann Cuts
Joe Wlch C. C.
E. Tetter hf.ch.
C. Hunter Mol.
J. Wilson j c.
A. Lindberg Mol.
T. Carron Beth.
- C. Swanson I'. C.
E. Llndhoim Cubs
H. Wich C.
J. Johnson .-. St. L.
M. Stetnhaucr Bach.
L. Swanson Cubs
s H. Graham Mol.
d. Ford well Mol.
W. Bleuer St. L.
K. Wlch C. C.
F. Wich C. C.
W. Oberg St. I,.
A. Jasrfr jtol.
J. Prhwecke St. h.
F. Hlldebndt St. L.
H. Winkler C. c.
G. Ellis St. L.
F. Van Hecke St. L.
G. Edn V. C.
G. Her'iPior C. c.
0. Guckert P. C.
es H. Sin. L. Sin. H. Sr. L. Sr. T. Pins. Av.
33 255 14S 720 462 5.973 1S1
81 233 119 621 431 13.8S4 171.33
23 253 126 608 431 5.663 171.20
30 223 106 581 471 5.141 171.11
27 221 141 546 440 4.627 171.10
29 209 128 575 4S1 6.622 169.31
60 225 122 591 444 10.163 163.23
60 233 105 653 404 9,716 167.30
18 223 134 5S3 454 3.023 167.17
63 216 132 556 424 10,533 167.12
S9 232 112 C05 431 14,794 166.20
87 214 107 623 379 14.427 165.72
81 22? 104 603 372 13.367 165.02
72 219 118 5?5 395 11.831 164.23
56 220 130 567 438 9.150 163.22
78 220 104 590 444 12.706 162.70
75 213 113 5(6 -411 12.194 162.44
63 215 124 550 421 11.045 162.30
24 213 128 532 405 3.S93 162.05
61 216 93 576 360 9.868 161.47
78 235 121 580 394 12.555 160.75
36 200 116 555 397 5.748 159.34
44 225 107 528 418 6.967 158.15
78 202 120 539 421 12.303 157.57
71 234 122 652 413 11.201 157.54
25 201 105 549 397 3.932 157.07
22 193 121 519 413 3.457 157.03
65 213 111 541 393 10,171 156.41
23 -04 127 522 446 3.605 156.17
55 195 108 515 411 8.573 155.48
37 197 105 563 384 5.711 154.13
37 202 115 517 426 5,707 154.09
C9 20? 74 508 308 10.631 151.05
67 209 112 544 355 8.737 153.16
41 210 107 512 407 6.249 152.17
16 189 136 463 419 2.416 151
19 192 108 508 3S8 2.S58 150.03
69 215 95 520 359 10,324 149.43
75 217 101 517 371 11.164 148.64
73 209 101 521 373 10.806 148.02
48 200 108 511 270 7,026 146.1S
21 176 106 457 401 3,0.'6 145.11
06 213 96 502 3C5 9.543 144.39
57 188 TO 504 337 8.160 143.09
12 190 108 463 407 1.720 143.04
46 137 K5 481 347 6.504 141.18
6!) 203 92 518 357 9.573 138.51
20 178 100 5S6 347 2.770 138.10
9 178 103 478 333 1,227 136.03
6 175 12 451 437 888 148.06
every time O Conneii went to the mat
tress. The finish could be seen even before
McCue landed the right which sent
O Conneil to the mat the first time. 1
During a mixup at close quarters Mat- j
ty suddenly brought up his left to '
I the effects of the punch, and a moment
! later te followed up with a right.
which crashed against O Connell's jaw.
Jeff's knees gave way and he went
down in a heap. He took the count cf
five -seconds, but when he got to h's
feet McCue came tearing in like a bull,
i letting fly first with his left and then
with the right. The impact of ths
right with Jeff's jaw sent him down
again, and when he rot up his arms
were hanging at his side and he was
With glazed eyes he stood in his !
I own corner abroiutely unable to pro-j
jtect himself. Once more McCue dash-j
led in and with left and right punches.
an ontiou of 30 per cent of the gross
receipts, and that if both men are on
their feet at the end of 10 rounds It
shali be called a draw.
HE'S MAKING GOOD
WITH THE RED SOX
which landed squarely on McConnell'a I
cfeln. sent Jeff down. Jeff stared at j
his seconds and gamely wobbled to his
feet, although h'.s legs were barely i
able to support him.
That he knew he was in a fight was .
evidenced just once when he made a
couple of swings at the Racine fighter.
?.iatt'.e paid no attention and made no
effort to prevent his blows from lard
ing, for he knew that any one in Mc
Ccnnell's helpless condition could not
hurt him. x
, McCue would not be denied and
once more that right caught Jeff on
the chin, and for the fourth time down
wont the Briton. Again he staggered
to hiB feet, but it was for the last
time. McCue without a moments let
up followed up hts advantage relent
This time he drew h'.s ripht. back a
couple of inches farther than Ir? us
ually does before "shooting" and when
his fist reached O'Ccnr.eH's jaw it car
ried all the strength behind h'.3 122
pound frame. The blow turned the
Britisher half way around and he fell
fiat on his back. He was completely
out and the referee did not, step to
The first preliminary brought to
gether a pair of 112 pounders. Jack
McGill cf Racine and George Adams
The constant activity of this st
and values. You will doubtless i
tri-cities. The great majority of
assortment of handsome styles
any man at the price he wants td
than our own regular prices. If
Four general appearance is
ant iking for you is that we
Schatlncr & Marx, Society I
compare with them for exge
See what we'tl do for you .
7- .. .-, :. ' 'r
Leonard is a recruit flinger with the
champion Boston Red 'Sox. Ke is be
lieved to be one of the. best prospects
the club has picked up in some seasons.
specials r& Tie 3ee Hibe
Formerly sold up to $11.98; a raek
ful to choose C (JO
More New Coats
Worth a third and
than this special
a half more
In plain tailored
styles; worth up to
tiPfl fl) rc Becausc every garment was purchased upon most advantageous
kJJgLIC41o terms and is an exceptional value.
Silk Messaline Petticoats
In many colors;
a good $2.00 value.
Dozens of different 6tyles and col
ors: worth up to u 1 CS
Because each garment is up to our high standard made accord
ing to our exacting specifications.
A tableful of pretty striped pat
terns; unusual values 25C
Women's Wool Sweaters
Plain coats and Norfolks in all col
ors; worth up to
Are here in all
LKfi'oniS Because our increasing patronage coupled with personal buying I
KjClC4io enables us to receive concessions not obtainable otherwise.' I
-i GIDEON OLSON LOSES OUT
t! IM THP TFWM1Q TnilRWPY
0 y il 111 laik I.I.I W
5 il t)&PlflLl 9 I ! By the elJmination of Gideon Olson
ff & I fcc J j from the tenuis tournament now on
J ; at Augustcna college, only two play-
1 derscn and Sigfrid Blomgren. Ander
j son has the credit for putting Olson
i cut of the running, winning two cvt
jCf.trreo rets from the doughty semina
rian yesterday afternoon in a hard
i fought contest.
I Olson started out with a rush and
! almost carried Anderson off his feet,
! winning the first set by a score of 6-3.
i With this advantage Olson tried the
J i policy of wearing out his opponent in
-. 1 . ,1 . . l... 1
LJie atLJUU but. vy lUUiliig. .aiiuci auu
stayed right in the game and took the
sot, 6-0. In the third set both men
fought with all the skill at their com
mand.. It was apparent, however, that
Arderson had struck his stride, while
Olson had gone stale. Anderson grad
ually forged ahead, finally taking the
The final game for the college sin
gles championship between Blomgren
and Anderson will probably be played
nest Saturday. Both men will be eli
gible to represent Augustana in the
singles and doubles tournament to be
held with Carthage college. In the
meantime a double tournament has
been started at home. Seven teams
have already entered the lists but
playing has not yet begun. A singles
tournament among the girls is also on,
with Laura Anderson leadir.g.
i hi u u n
I 8 1 IS
1 s 1 1 - a
New Spring Skirts
Beautiful fabrics in handsome mod
els; made to sell up QO
to $8.00 QttV J
Rubberized Rain Coats
sizes; a new lot
M. & K. Straws Tell
"Way the Styles
Our displays of stra'v hat3 are ready for yon all the coolest c
brated "B. and K." Straws Without a Flaw," largest ehowing o;
at $1 to $5.
. Panamas $5 to $1
Union suits in full length, three-quarter
length and knee length, full lcugtii,
quarter sleeves and sleeveless, derby
rib, lisk, linen, Aermesh, Soisette,
Cambric and seml-mesh, 50c to $3.50.
Great showing of ,
union suits K
Two-piece underwear, r.ll kinds, all
sizes, 25c to 50c.
Economies in Girls'" Apparel
Specialising in apparel for girls and catering to a large and discriminating following girls as a posi
tion in the market which the best manufacturers have been quick to recognise and eager to
profit by. Consequently we show the prettiest styles below usual prices. For instance:
Children's Wash Dresses
We have a new and even preater variety cf styles than usual of the prettiest tub dresses imag
inable, at prices that run from 50es to '. New Balkan dresses, almost every conceivable s.tyle.
In stripes, plaids, ginghams; percales, linens and ail ihe materials made for wear and tear.
Dress Skirts Wash Skirts Colored Wai3ts
In plain colors and handsome Of linens, P. K. and shepherd Ptaln colors, checks and stripes for
piln novelties; ffr QC checks; values to QC 'very day C0f
worth up to $3.98 ... 7. .... vOmVO $150 7jL wear tfvi
That are here to be sold not merely advertised for the
tunity of selling you something else.
Children's Dresses House Dress Aprons Dressing Sacque3
Well mad colored sh drees, Worn as house dress or a big Utility dressing sacques in many
ususlly sold at 61c CO cover-all kitcnn Cfl nesl "w ef"
and 75c rfUC apron 3UC fecta 3uL
SkfiPPJjf? ot or an llour or a ny's sae 1jut f evenr day as long as the
Kjj&LC4-ld garments are seasonable and are wanted.
Vou are hereby notified that on
Saturday morning. May the 17th A. D.
1913, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.,
the premises known as the north fifty
(50) feet cf lot five (5), in block thir
teen (13), old town of Stephenson,
new the city of Rock Island, Rock
Island cour.ty, Illinois, will be offered
for sale at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash, the right being
hereby reserved however to reject any
and all bids. Said premises will be
sold at the hcuse upon said premises
known as numbers 217 and 219, Six
teenth street. Premises will be shown
bv the undersigned.
J. W. STEWART.
Safety Building, Rock Island, Illinois.
New neatly made spring models of
good quality ff ftO
Black and navy
A hundred spring coats, formerly
soia up to
The 3ee Hibe on the Corner s'"tti?b:,f 's,s-
Bids will be received at the mayor's
office until 9 a. m. May 19 for the con
struction of a 2t-inch etorm drain on
Tenth avenue and Seventeenth street
Specifications on file at the engi
H. M. SCHRIVEH. Mayor.
Never fce-Jtate about giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to children.
It contains &o opium or other nar
cotics and can be given with Implicit
I confidence. As a quick cu
I j coushs and colds to uhieh
Extra Special Children's wash, dresses in ages 2 to 4, 75c values 49. Also
wash dresses in gnghams, all colors, stripes and plain trimmed with con
trastlng braid.i, low nepk, full pleated ckirts, blue, pink, tans and checks
age 6 to 12, $1.50-values at 38c.
HATS for Girls
For little maids of six and their bigger sisters to 16 we show pretty straws in mushroom shapes,
pokes and sailor Etyles, trimmed in ribbon and flowers 8t 50c to $2.95.
White Panamas with bands of navy, blue, brown and red velvet, at OSc
Charmingly trimmed in red, blue, brown and white satin ribbon
C . with two pairs
OUltS of pant.
In all the nobbiest styles and shades,
all wool materials, sizes to fit lade of
6 to 16, matchless values at ,
In the M. & K. tig new daylight boys
department mothers will find an end
less variety of attractive styles in
wash suits for littie fellows of 2 to 10,
attractively priced, 50c to $3.50. Sps
cial show ing at $1.
' i! il Eh. I I
( .. i i" ui r. e
Trimmed In ribbons ri
special at $2.95.
Trimmed straws in :
50c to $2.&5. Lingerli
in all the novelty summer styles, lia
e&s and straws at 50c up.
Het values, s'e 2Vi to 6, at $2.50, and
yj.e io to 13',
j ;re susceptible, it Is nnsu
FREE: Baseball and
with Every Suit
y iKoid by all druggist. CAdv.)
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