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Friday, may 30, 1913.
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ff CARNEY IS OUT
Luther McCarty'3 Manager
Says "I am through"
Trials Are Delayed.
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torlc forty-round struggle In which
Wolgast won the Dane's crowu but
two knockdowns were scored, and
Nelson was credited with both, ol
II REALTY CHANGES II
Cederburg departed last Saturday
evening for Germany, where he will
j spend his vacation among old univer
sity scenes, and it is understood that
before sailing he planned to stop off
at Hartford to confer with the Insur
ance company .officials in regard to
taking up actual work. The remun-
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St Paul. Minn., May 30. "I will
never manage another prise fighter
nor attend another bout," declared
William McCarney, who arrived her
late yesterday with the body of Lutnef
McCarty, who was killed during his
fight with Arthur Pelkey at Calgary,
Alta., last Saturday. Mrs. McCarty,
widow of the dead fighter, met the
train at Fargo, X. D., and is accom
panying the remains to Piqua, Ohio.
"I can't adjust myself to the reality
of my husband's death," she said, as
the casket was being lifted from one
train to another at the Union depot
here. "No one can realise what the
loss means to me."
Referee Eddie Smith of Chicago and
Fred Sears, trainer of the dead pugil
ist, also are accompanying the re
mains to the home of McCarty's par
ents. In discussing the fatal contest
"McCarty was in the pink of con
dition when he entered the ring and
the blows he received hardly would
have jarred a child.
"After the brief exchange of blows,
during which the one to the jaw was
struck, McCarty relaxed, fell back and
poised as if about to return with a
right uppercut. As he took his posi
tion he threw his head forward sud
denly, aggressively, and we heard a
snap. Then ne settiea back, tailing
on his knee and then to the floor.
He winked at me and smiled just be
fore he fell."
XO TRIAfc YET.
The trials of Tommy Burns and
Arthur Pelkey, both charged with
manslaughter in connection with the
death of Luther McCarty in the prize
fight last Saturday, will not be held
for some time, according to Super
intendent Dean of the Royal North
west Mounted police, in a statement
yesterday. The estate of McCarty, ac
cording to friends here, amounts to
$20,000. Of this $10,000 is in a bank
at San Francisco, $5,000 in Los An
geles real estate and $5,000 in per
H. Fred Peters to Francis H. Steen
berg, lot 23. Candee's sub-division, out
lot 2, Candee's Grove, Moline, $1.
Ross and Edmund Popham to Albert
C. Baron, lot in O. W. Looker's addi
tion, Hillsdale, $1.
Gust R. Hult to Julia B. Dailey, lot
6, block 13, First street, Silvia, $2,025.
Victor H. Dumbeck to V. C. Dailey,
lot 27, block 11, Silvis, $450.
Sophia and August Van Kerrebocek
to Charles E. and Flora B. Caple, lot
37 and 3S, block 150, East Moline, $1,
100. John Ingwers to Olof J. Roose. west
10 feet lot 8, and east S feet lot 7,
block 14, Orland Child's addition, Mo
-V ! Ifldianapolis Strapper Outpoints ; ercUon offered to Mr. Cederburg is
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over that "which he is now earnlag.
and the prospect is that he will ac
cept the proffered position in the in-
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Indianapolis. Ind May 30. In a ioi '"""'
round bout full of roushiag and hard ' ft
fighting 'Jack Dillon, the local middle-!OU UHlLUntlM UVtnUUMt
weight, defeated Frank Klaus of Titts- pv HFAT IN DF lvMINF
burgh here last night. The early ses-i DI nCRi m U" MUIIMCO
sions of. the contest resembled the j Des Moines, May 30. More than 50
very latent in the tango. After the children were stricken by heat and
halfway mark Dillon began to show I rendered unconscious as they marched
flashes of speed, and by the start of j around the Drake stadium track yes-
the seventh was going at' high speed.
From the fifth on the hoosier boy
was the only one of the pair to have
a chance. Che ninth and tenth were
featured by Dillon jamming away with
both hands and the" visitor hanzins on.
Oscar Xelsin to Leo DeSmet. lot 5, jDUK)n 6eemed to have taken a new
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airs of Pants
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Wilhelm Parchert, by administrator,
to H. D. Parchert, southwest quarter,
southeast quarter, section 9, and west
half, northeast" quarter, and northeast
quarter, northwest quarter, section 16,
1C, 4w, $12,000.
Guyer, White & Pope to Hull &
Hemenway, lot 34, block 123, New
Shops addition. East Molne, $750.
S. A. Cartwright and F. H. Railsback
to Hull & Hemenway, lot, 13, block
122, New Shops addition, East Moline,
Willard Velie to Andrew Olson, lot
142 and part lot 143, Emma D. Pelie's
addition. East Moline, $825.
Joseph and Mary Cloidt to Mary
Odendahl, lot 13, block 1S8, East Mo
Daniel Maskell to Louis W. Oden
dahl, lot 12. block 181, East Moline,
Edward H. Guyer to Leo DeSmet.
lots 2 and 5. Fairmount addition, Mo
Ernest H. Barsell to Anton J. Grqene,
part lot C, Radden ouMot, East Mo
BAT SOON WILL BID
THE PJNG GOODBYE
lease on life and it was a case of
whether the Pittsburgh boxer would
be able to stay through the scheduled
number of rounds. Dillon had him
nearly out in the seventh and ninth,
while in the last Klaus held to save
In the first preliminary Kid Fort
ney and Liddy Gavin fought an even
The seml-windup put Eddie Weber,
a local 'street car conductor, into the
ver-will-be" class. The boy that
the work was Battling Terry, an
understudy of Phil Harrison of Chi
cago, who failed to appear. Terry
punished Weber sa fiercely that the
bout was stopped in the third round
by the referee.
GOLF BALL EXPLODES AND
BOY LOSES SIGHT OF EYE
Kansas City, May 30. As the result
of whittling a golf ball until it .ex
ploded, throwing its acid contents into
his face, Jack Helfin, 13, today lost
tho sight of his left eye. Physicians
say he will probably bceome totally
All the news all the time The
ENTIRE BROOKLYN TEAM
INSURED FOR $206,000
New York, May 30. A local insur
ance company has insured the officers
and members of the Brooklyn baseball
club for the sum of 206,000. This
is a new departure for a baseball club.
A number of clubs have a few of the
individual players insured and in some
instances as many as 10 or 12 of the
players, but in the memory of those
that are in a position to know there
is no single club whose entire or
ganisation is insured against accident.
terday afternoon in the open'.ng pa
geant of the annual children's folk
game festival. .
Fol'ce and doctors were summoned
ar.d the children were removed to
a temporary hospital tent. Cordons of
police were necessary to keep frarntic
mothers from overrunning the field.
Superintendent Z. C. Thornburg im
mediately called the event off.
Yesterday was the hottest day in
May recorded by the local weather
bureau. At 4 o'clock, the time the pa
geant of 10,000 school children was
forming, the thermometer registered
Kansas City, Mo., May 30. Temper
ature of 100 degrees from extreme
western and southwestern Kansas
counties was reported yesterday. All
May records for heat have been bro
ken in Kansas and no immediate relief
is promised. Crop conditions are not
regarded as serious.
John D. Rockefeller would go broke
If he should spend his entire income
trying to prepare a better medicine
than - Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea,
dysentery or bowel complaints. , It Is
simply impossible, and so says every
one that has used It Sold by all
Cederburg May Leave.
Fear has been expressed that Augus
tana college will next year lose one
of its most capable- teachers in Pro
fessor W. E. Cederburg, who has under
consideration an offer to become actu
ary for the Accident Insurance com
pany of Hartford, Conn. Professor
Thurt. Frl. Sat. Sun.
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Baseball and Bat
Chicago, May 29. After nearly sev
enteen years of battle. Battling Nef
son, one of the most picturesque fig
ures ever seen in the ring, has about
made up his mind he'll quit. He has
lately given up hope of ever winning
back the lightweight title; he has an
Independent fortune; he's getting old,
for a fighter. So before long he'll set
tle down to housekeeping in one of his
numerous houses in the town he owns,
"It does not look as if I would ever
get another chance at the lightweight
title," says Nelson. "Billy Nolan,
who manages the present papier
mache affair holding Ut:e, knows I
would wear Ritchie out Inside cf
twenty-five rounds, and for this rea
son he will "not consider me for a
match. Instead Nolan is trying to be
little me. so as to place me before
the public as a man who should not
be seriously considered as a pugilistic
" "I said long ego that as soon as I
was convinced that I had no chance
at the title, or ag socn as I wa6 cer
tain that boxing was no longer my
long suit, I would withdraw grace
fully. I have not as yet given up com
plete hope of landing a return match
for the lightweight crown, but 1 am
willing to admit the chances look ex
tremely dubious fcr me. So it will be
only a matter cf a short time when
111 step out of the ring for the last
Followers of the fight game will not
be happy when the tow-headed MtUe
Dane retiis. His sterling honesty
and universal good -aature have made
him a sort of public idcl.
The ring has had tw performers
like Bat; it nny never see his like
again. Even before the most terrible
punishment he ttocd in the center o!
he hing, fighting with a blind determi
nation and a terrible fury that usual
ly brought him to the finieh a winner.
Blows that would have defeated an
ordinary heavyweight failed to stop
hia, and nc matter how hard the bat
tle he never backed away.
In all his seventeen years of bat
Uing, Nelson never took a backward
step before the rush of an opponnt. Of
few ethers can this be said.
Nelson ig tho last of the light
weight champions who won his title
cn a knockcut, and the last of the
champions who lost his title while still
standing on his feet and doing the ag
gressive work of battle. In that his-
This Afternoon and Evening
6 Days Closing June 4
titt s 0smw"0w -tiff
PROGRAM FOR MATINEE AND NIGHT.
1. March Aviator (New- .... Hogue 7. Vocal 60I0 La Donna 'E Mobile
2. Dances Henry VIII German Regoletto-Act III Verdi
3. Vocal Sole Segnedilla Bizet
From Carmen. 8. Scenes Hlstorica
(Maybelle Wagner Shank, soprano.) dan's Ride.
Duet, flute an
Harrold Christina (tenor).
4. Tit'l Serenade
5. Overture William Tell.
Electrical effects, storm scene.
6. Selection Echoes Metropolitan
Opera House Tobanl
(a) Waiting for the Buqle.
(b) The Attack.
(c) Death of Thoburn.
(d) The Coming of Sheridan.
(e) The Apothesis.
9. Vocal Duet "Miserere' from ,fl
Maybelle Wagner Shank, soprano.
Harrold Christina, tenor.
10. Grand Finale (Night Only). .
(a) Let Voix des cloches.
"THE SIGN OF THE CROSS"
Tolling of the bells, Roman Cathe
Monks n prayer and reverie. '
.The Sign of the Cross.
(Grand Pyrotechnlcal display-. .
(b) Triumph of OLD GLORY.
Inauguration sine 1892 '
Iowa Official Band for twenty year representing Iowa at Every Presidential
and every Governor since 1884.
SPECIAL SOLOIST: MABELLA WAGNER SHANK cf Savage's Grand Opera, In duet with
HAROLD CHRISTINA Oparstic tenor.
Special Admission 10c