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FOR THE GRADES
yew System of Sports Will Be
Attempted in Public
THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER
TO PLAY SOCCER FOOTBALL
Captain and Managers Have Been Se
lected and Practice Will
Start at Once.
With th opninjc of the school year
i ne ytoni of rports and physical j
education Is Nine inaugurated In the
puWic schio'.s throughout the city.
gcprintor-Joiit E. C. Fisher, desirous
of proraot.n play, together with or
jsixed physical education, has ln
ftructed Herbert X. Koe. the director
of athletics, to include the grades in
the general organization of com-petl-tre
gases and to arrange schedules
la the various sports suitable for boys
sad girl among the different schools.
The spirit is Just as strong in the
ainsiar grades as In the high school,
sad tt youngsters are wild orer the
prospect cf being able to hare teams
of their own. Captains and managers
for soccer football teams have been
elected and practice -win start this
s-eek- Three days a week will be de
Toted to the work In the grades by
Mr. Hoe and Miss Conger in order
tist the be?t results possible be ob
Uiced. Track Meets Planned.
Following fee football season regu
lar schedules of basket ball and Toilet-
ball will be played between the
4'.?erest schools until championships
have been determined. Then a se
ries of baseball games and track meets
wZU be arrar.ced.
Tfcis"Vork will be condncted hi ad
dition to the regular system of physi
cal education which has been made a
part of the recular work in all of the
pades. The courses given by Mr. Roe
will larlude lectures on personal hy
j!ece. exercise, physiology and train
fcj. both in the high school and
grsdes. M?ss Marguerite Conger will
uke charce of the lower grades and
H of the girls" physical training
wcrk in fae hich school. R. C. Cook,
s D?mber of the high school faculty,
wCI assi.-t with the coaching or the
high school teams and act as presi
dent of the crammar school league.
He is a graduate of Colgate univerB-
ltv, where he played four years at
The schedule of Mr. Roe follows:
Monday Morning. Longfellow; aft
ernoon. Eueene Fit-Id.
Tuesday Morning and afternoon.
Wednefday Morning. Lincoln aft
ernoon. Horace Mann.
Thursday Morning. Hawthorne;
Fridav Morning and afternoon.
Miss Congas scT.er1u!e:
Mondays Mornir.g and afternoon.
First and third Tuesday Morning.
Lincoln; afternoon. Keyble.
Second ar.d fourt"! Tuesday Morn-
isz. Audubon: a'!-rnoon. Irving.
First ar.d third Wednesdav Mora
le?. Eucfr.e Field: afternoon. Grant.
Thursdays Morning and afternoon,
First and third Friday Morning
Lotgteliow; afternoon. Hawthorne.
Second and fourth Friday Morning,
Horace Mann; afternoon. Aiken.
Will Lie Park.
Ia order to as-i!-t the high school
in its efforts to put
orlted the hitrh sfr.ool snuad there
for set era 1 n.ui.-s and the results of.
the use of the L-tv-r lif-i 1 are already
The ris of the pr.rk demand that !
U bystairrs L- ke;,t in iho grand ,
ittnd, g:vjr.g t.e a:id.date.s the whole
field for th-ir work. - Coach Roe an-,
ncucced on th- grounds last night
that all visitors would be welcome in
the ita-ids but to-M not be allowed
&a the fe!d.
A xneptir.K v held last night after I
i-iool of the Junior c.'fcs of the lc-al i
tigh tchoo; ar.d the clas-s officers for i
coming yc-iir were elected. Those
President F. israr -James.
Vice Pres:,:,., - Marnaret Dibbern.
Eecrjtary Kliab th Oimstead.
Trearurer Will M'-Coullough.
Assistant Tr-afcurer Murlc-1 Am-ixencan.
The last Lamed office was newly j
in Jatit r-).fs meeting and i
Juniors tbt: lirtt class TO have
A Eeiir;g of the senior rlaes will
Mor.day night, according to
call of li.u Rinck. last year's
PredLt. I;, purpose H the election
' t!ie officers-, f-jr the corning year".
Permits Issued During Past Week Amount to $17,380
PHONE E. I. 74.
1623 THIRD AVENUE,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
R. C. VANCE, Mgr.
on all kinds of building
construction, do all our
brick, concrete and car
penter work. We also
manufacture all our own
millwork. Everything done
in the building line is done
by first-class mechanics.
Call and see us.
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1818 Fourth Avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Iuildinrr permits for strnrtn fPC wVlirfl will rrme-
an expenditure of $17,380 were issued by Building In
spector J. H. Stapp during the last week. This is quite
a contrast to the seven preceding days in which time no
licenses were sought.
A double house for George II. Baumbach, to be erect
ed at a cost of $4,900 at 140 1 Fourteenth street by Au
gust Bergeson is the biggest item of the week. The same
block will be the location of the dwelling to cost $2,600,
to be built by the same contractor for E. Russel. It is lo
cated at 1434 Fourteenth street.
George Reddig is to be the owner of a store and flat
at Eleventh avenue and Ninth street to cost $3,600. It is
to be erected by F. Perkins.
Permits issued the past week:
Frank Gelger for Reinhart Geiger, 532 Hinrichs street, barn $
W. Weyerhauser for Charles Barth, 1 225 Fourteenth-and-a-half street
H. Katz for B. Wiseman, 609 Tenth street, alteration
F. M. B. Chambers for Mrs. Fuller. 404 Fourth avenue, alteration....
J. E. Bodeen, Seventh avenue and Thi rty-flfth street, garage
F. Perkins for George Reddig, Eleventh avenue and Ninth street, store
J. J. Rathbun for George Weber, Ninth avenue and Forty-fifth street,
August Bergeson for George H. BaflTnbach. 1401 Fourteenth street,
August Bergeson for E. Russell, 1434 Fourteenth street, dwelling
William Von Dohlen for Hulda Weidl und, 163S Thirty-sixth street;
S. Weissman for Henry Morris, 1000 Ninth street, repair of fire loss". I
' O X
.a order to af-it the hiph school j
Its efforts to nut out a winning team
s year tie r:ry has granted the I f '
f cf the Is:ar.'l City park for the J
itbaU season. fVach II. TT. Roe has ' f ;
We have just l- -the Fixtures j
you need to y a r t is t ically
furnish and A properly light p
the home you () : con template
building or KKxvl refurnishing.
4 4 His Master's Voice"
( with apologies )
HAS NO EQUAL.
GET OUR PRICES.
Corner Third Avenue and
PHONE R. I. 511.
Phil S. Wilcher
Sheet Metal and
2104 FOURTH AVENUE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
4 S"9 H.i.vb,ivfMfetil
& Machinery Company
J-JERE is heating: that is master of the coal
hod heating1 which makes the scuttle
take a back seat at least half of the time heat
ing which cuts your coal bill to the limit, saves
work, and cuts out the ash -dust, coal-gases,
smoke, and soot.
il Radiators ' I Boilers
are worthy of their name. They meet the American ideal of
uniform, healthful heating, with greatest fuel economy. These
Hot -Water and Low-Pressure Steam heating outfits are per
fectly safe may be run by a child. They are now as easily put
in old as in new buildings, city or country. Ask for our book of
the full facts.
When you go to look at
that house, look to the
heating-. That's the most
important thing-. It's t!:i
one item that's going to
make or mar your health
or happinc;.-. Where
you find a ScJiJdt-Rob-inson
can know that the man
who built that house
did't skip the job for a
few paltry dollars, and
you can know that he
was figuring on the
q tiwaiui aim LU11UU1 L Ul
2 the people who were to
live there. In time you
will kiiow that it's all i::
1 19 TWENTIETH ST.,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. .
TELEPHONE E. I. 605.
Channon & Dufva
1 Phone, R. I. 280. ELECTRIC BUILDING.
:l if ' iiihiiHH mi hi H 0i0 Awemy-nrst street. O 6r J
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Schmidt & Robinson
HIGH GRADE WARM AIR
318 Twenty-first Street.
Wonders of the Soil.
Profcesore w. IS. Ikjttonjley. In a lec
yiff) recently dtilvered at the royal
krtatlc Karl-rjH. saH that a clod of
irth iiilght tttrf-ui to lia-e no romance
in It. but It vvaa orio of tho most wod
Owfal tfiiriKa iiiiatcliinble. The soil was
"e. it wu, a living iiiachlnw. wtere
clcrob-a ao email tJit 10.000.000 to
rXt00,00 wr coutalued In -noujrh
rth to corr a LalfwDDy weru uork-
u'e-'lfr in a ystomaXlc way. They
u.-j w,y hjuu and wer only
nor, ly ork an(j rreat-
t t-c-fartors to the human race
r t-oee who promoted their actlv
, T'e wis Kardener looked af-
tiielr well being, for without them
would be no plant llf tnd no
tuiLan life, nnf.s an nutriment was
orawn from the eoll London Globe.
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Four Kinds Carried in
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Call R. I. 60.
Lumber & Mfg.
PAINT AND WALL
Linseed Oil. j 4
Berry Bros. Varnishes
Flat Wall Paint.
Wholesale and Retail.
FIFTEENTH STREET and
PHONE E. I. 2496.
1 133 Seventeenth Street.
All kinds of Carpenter
Work, either new work or
remodeling done satisfact
orily and at Lowest Prices.
Good work guaranteed.
Estimates furnished cheer
fully at any time. Esti
mates on fire losses a specialty.
Some of the prettiest
homes in the city are
constructed of our ma
terial. Manufactures and I'o
Eighteenth Avenue and
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