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tTIIE-ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1908L
FIRST ONE EASY
Mrs. Mixter and Miss Allen Tied
in Women's Handicap
slanders on Barnstorming Tour
Find Sherrard Boys to be
' Very Soft. .
FLAY 18 HCLES OVER AGAIN
CHRISTY WILSON HOLDS THEM
Semi-Finals, as a Result, Cannot Be
Finished Till Tomorrow Chicago
" ana at New York.
Fourteen Hit Made ' Off Thompson
and Score of 11 to 2 Results '
At Tiskilwa Today.
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SPRINGFIELD BALL TEAM, CHAMPION QF THpgEB
IT) l 'Jg
The women's handicap golf tourna
ment at Rock Island haa been delayed
by an unexpected situation. Mrs,
Mixter of Rock Island, playing with
a handicap of 11, and . Miss Allen of
Moline, . playing from . scratch, were
matched in the first round yesterday
afternoon and played an even game,
so ev?n, in fact, that at the ena of
the 18th hole they were still tied.. It
. hpinr o lianrllnan ti i o I Vi nf tnnrca it
, o i' -
wrls impossible' to settle the contest
equitably by playing an extra hole, as
is usually done. So this afternoon
- they are playing the ontire 18 holes
again. The result will be that the
semi-finals will not be completed till to
morrow ana tne nnais win oe aeiayeu
till Friday. .
Miss Decker won front Miss Put
nam yesterday by default, the latter
being In Europe Miss Vincent won
from Miss Craig, 1 up, each having
' tc handicap of 17. Mrs. Williams with
,8 handicap of 20 defeated Mrs. Ely,
" who had a handicap of 7, 7 up C.
Miss Decker is playing Miss Vin
cent, whils Mrs. Williims is waiting
till tomorrow to play with the winner
t)i me maicn uetween iirs. luixier
and Miss Allen.
'.Western Champion Put Otit.
Luck broke badly for the Chicago en-
IN AND SEE OUR
LINE OF FALL
DESIGNS I N
STICK PINS AND
WITH SEMI -PRECIOUS
"PLAY OF WOVEN
SILVER AND AL
Jeweler and Optometrist
Opposite Harper II once. ,
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FROM LEFT-TO RIGHT STANDIN G HUGHES, SCHARN WEBER, DONOVAN. STEIGER, COCASH, ' STEWART. RUBY, JOHNSON, HERBERT
- -. . . : i .-. FROM .LEFT TO RIGHT SITTING SMITH. CASE. KINSELLA MCARTHY, MORE, GRANDV. .
trants in the national golf champion
ship at the Garden City links at New
York yesterday afternoon. Although
there were only three ChieagoahsHwho
Qualified for the first round . of " the
championship, two of them Kenneth
4-d wards and Mason Phelps were
As a result, Kenneth Edwards, who
won the low qualifying score medal at
the western championship at Rock Is
land arsenal, defeated his clubmate,
who is the western champion, 1 up in
21 holes, after t,he fiercest kind of a
Albert Seckel of ' Riverside, the
youngest man in the tournament, a
Cnicago lad, won his match from S. D.
Rowers of Bridgeport, Conn., 1 up.
LOCAL BOATS ARE
TO TAKE PART
Island City Boating Association Par
ticioates in th Parade and
Races of Davenport Regatta.
hospital fair Thursday, Friday and
Saturday 'of this week would be 50
cents. " But 15 cents will be charged.
The- receipts, alter all expenses are
paid, go into a fund for the benefit
of the patients. The fair is the only
one if tfie kind in the state, the pet
idea of Superintendent W. E.- Taylor,
and the exhibition is unusually inter
esting, because everything shown is
grown or manufactured at the institu
tion. . . , -
With Ball Players
Bloomington missed but two days of
the schedule this season. " . .. 1
" Bloomington hears that Stanley Ste
vens bas been drafted by St. Paul.
The Sangamon club of Springfield
gave the pennant winners a reception
Manager George Reed was given a
handsome diamond set watch by the
players of his team.
The - I
Towards feeling refreshed in hot
weather Is In ordering our Ice
Cream or Ices.
f Order earTy enough and we'll
'pack It to suit. Bulk, brick
form, or for Individual service.
? Money cannot buy better or more
- delicious Ice ' Cream and Ices
'than, we are freezing today.
Deliveries prompt, prices right.
- Try It at our store. Order for
1716 Second Ave. . Both Phones.
' Confectionery and Fancy Bakery
TRADE . MARKS
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Them." Invent something usefuL Tliera
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free opinion as to patentability..
' JOSHUA R. H. POTTS, Lawyer,
80 Dearbora St, Chicago. ...
: 806, Ninth St.. Washington. 1
129 ChMtnut SU Philadelphia,
. The first annual regatta of the Dav
nport River Carnival association com
mences a week from today, and it wiil
be the biggest affair ever held on the J
j river here. There are to be a large
number tT races for all styles of boats
motor boats, sail boats, row boats
land canoes. Besides ihe races there
will be a fireworks display, which will
cost $5,H)0; and-the parade of decorat
ed launches is expected to be the larg
est ever seen on the river.
A large number of prizes have been
posted for the different races. There
will be 22 silver trophy cups and a
number of cash prizes, and some
launch equipment articles.
Wednesday, the first day of the re
gatta, will be known as "Carnival Day."
There will be five races pulled off that
day, including three motor boat races,
a sailing race and a swimming race.
Thursday will be designated as "Span
ish American Day." There will be an
other series of races including what is
termed aa upset canoe race, a nov
elty race and a sculling race, besides
two motor boat races. The 54th regi
mental band will give a grand
concert and dance at the Colise
urn. The last day of the river celebra
tion there will be a tub race, canoe
fencing contest,- and several other
races, including a free-for-all motor
boat race for the Buc ktrophy cup. I
Friday evening the- fireworks display ,
and the parade of launches will take
The regatta covers three "days out of
the exposition week, which starts Mon
day and closes Saturday. The last day
will be known as "Elks Day."
The boat clubs of this - city and
Moline are to be well represented, and
several of ti3 local boats will be en
tered in the races and nearly all of
them will take part in the parade. The
committee has posted $50 in prizes for
the boats which are Dest. decorated.
The judges of the laces and exhibits
will be chosen from clubs of the three
cities. From this city Commodore T.
12. Carson, Harry Sage. C. D. Beards
ley, - G. A. Jencke. H. W. Bennett,
J annus Hall and Edward Concannon
are IncIudeM on the committee of ar
The boats from Rock Island taking
part in the parafe will start from the
Island City harbor, go to the Rock Isl
and bridge, and join the Davenport
and Moline boats and continue clown
along- the Iowa shore in parade forma
tion. ! The parade can be witnessed
from Rock Island, and a committee
has been named to urge owners of
stecmers to see that the larger boats
do not obstruct the view of the parade
for people on the shore.
Louis Fiene has been called in by
the White Sox from Minneapolis to
help land that pennant.
Teunant is said to be the only Threes
Eye player to go through the season
without missing an inning.
Peoria's total attendance this-year
was 57,337, against a , total of 70,600
last year. After the slump in the mid
dle of July the attendance fell off
Both Chicago teams lost yesterday.
while the leaders in both leagues won.
and both as a result dropped from sec
ond to third place. Chicago papers to
day tell how it happened.
Dubuque is really ahead of Peoria
in the percentage column by a fraction
too small to be shown in the ordinary
statement. Dubuque's standing is
.492.05 and Peoria's .492.53.
Rock Island won C games from
Springfield, 9 from. Decatur, 9 from
Cedar Rapids, 7 from Peoria, C from
Dubuque, 10 from Bloomington, and 12
from Clinton. In turn the cnamps were
taken into camp 14 times by Spring
field, 11 times by Decatur, 7 times by
Cedar Rapids, 13 times by Peoria, 14
times by Dubuque, -j times by Bloom
ington, and 7 times by Clinton.
Y. M. C. A. Oirectors Decide to
Install New Illumination Sys
tem in the Gymnasium.
YEAR'S W0HK IS OUTLINED
Committees Repcrt and Explain Plans
for the Season, at Regular Ses
sion of the Board.
were very popular last year. A ban
ner year is looked forward to by the
members of the committee.
ON THE DIAMOND
TRA1H HITS HAND
CAR AND SIX DIE
The board of directors of the Y.' M.
C. A. met last evening and listened
to reports submitted by different com
mittees. The subject of improving the
building was considered also, and it
was decided to provide for a better
lightins: of the gymnasium than is
provided by the present system. Ar
rangements were made to install 30
Tungsten lights of 32 candle power
which will light the gymnasium far
better than the present lights and at
the same' time take considerable less
Meet in km In Theater.
The report of., the religions work
committee was submitted by the chair
man, W. J. Beardsley. Plans for an
aggressive year were outlined for, the
benefit of the directors who were
asked to cooperate in the work as fa1
as they are able. The committee in
tends to hold meetings for men twice
a month at the Family theater Sunday
afternoons. A number of good speak
ers have been secured for the meet
ings and a new era in men's meetings
Ciinnsc -Vne l.imifH.
The. boys work committee reported
to the directors that they had decided
to change the age limit ol the boys
eligible for the boys' gospel classes
in . order to interest the older boys.
Formerly - boys bttween 10 and 1C
years made up the classes, and it has
gradually come to be that the younger
boys fill the classes and the older
ones do not care to join for that rea
son. The new age limits, will be 12
and IT and it is expected that the
older boys will fall in line now, and
that the ones whose age keeps them
out this year' will join next fall. Spe
cial efforts will be made this year to
entertain the boys who are members
of the B. G. M. club. There will bo
several . musical entertainments be
sides the boxball tournaments' which
; NATIONAL LEAGUE.
" )" - W. L.
New York . .,..83 4C
Pittsburg ...83 51
Chicago 83 52 .
Philadelphia ........... .71 58
Cincinnati rf..C4 70
Boston . . . 57" 77
Brooklyn . . . .V. . .44 ' 87
St. Louis ...44 SS
Detroit. 7G 56
Cleveland -. .7C CO
Chicago ... '..V.'....., 75 CO
St. Louis 73 CO
Boston ;:. '. 05 C9
Philadelphia-'-." . : . . . . .-. . . .04 C8
Washington ' .59 71
New York ............ .44 88
port's -third addition, Rock Island;
north one-half lot 2u block 1. P. L.
Mitchell's first addition, Rock Island,
Andrew P. Anderson to Daniel Ryer
son, part lot 7, Mueller's subdivision
section 6-17-1 w. 53,500. ' "
Lydia"A.. Parker to Jennie J. Stock
ham,' north 28' feet' lot 5, William E.
Bailey's ninth addition, Rock Island.
Henry 'Empke to Albert E. Lind
quisi, part outlot 41, part northeast
southeast section 36-lS-2w. . 1.
WILBUR WRIGHT HAS
The barnstorming .Islanders opened ,
their trip yesterday with an easy vie- .
tory pver Sherrard. Christy -Wilson
twirled for the barnstormers snd al
lowed his opponents but three hits
and the two scores which1 they--man
aged to get were the result of an er
ror. At the' same ime the barns
stormers batted like " whirlwinds and
14 hits were gathered :n off Thomp
son who pitched for Sherrard. After
the game the Islandjers; returned to
Rock Island for the night and this
morning they departed for . Tiskilwa
where they play today. Yesterday's
score with Sherrard was as follows:
Rock Island.. 1 2 3 002 12 011 14 1
Sherrard . 000 000 Oil 2 "2 6
Batteries Wilson and Novacek;
Thompson and Gibson. ' j - t
Second of Doable Header.
. The game with the Islanders was
the second of a double header which
the Sherrard team played. The first
game was with a team from Cam
bridge and Sherrard won it by a, score
of 6 to 2, outplaying the visitors at all
stages of the game. There was a
crowd of 200 but for the games. .
Tomorrow the Islanders play at At-
kinson, the home of Billy Neal, and
in the evening they will return here
preparatory to invading Muscatine for.
ItESl L.TS VESTEBD A V.
Boston, 3; Chicago, 2.
New York, 5; St. Louis, 4.
Philadelphia, 5; Pittsburg, G. '
Brooklyn, 0; Cincinnati, 2.
Chicago, 0; Cleveland,, 3- ... .,
St. Louis 7; Detroit!' 8. - ..... -Washington,
Boston, 0 ; New York, 1.
hngineer Unaware of Accident Till
. Stop Is Made and Four Bodies
Are Found on Pilot.
Flies at Lemans for Period of Over 33
Minutes and Beats Competitors
Across the Water.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Lemans, Sept. 16. On the field of
Auvours this morning Wilbur Wright,
the aeroplanist of Dayton, Ohio,
ecltpsett all European records for sus
tained "aeroplane flight. He remained
in the air for 39 minutes 18 3-5 sec
onds. This gives 'the Wright brothers
the records for both hemispheres.
Disappoints the Kaiser.
. Berlin, Sept. 16. The Parseval air
ship; with which experiments were
made . yesterday ' by - the government.
Duck led and came do.vn today at
Grunewald while racing toward Gross-
tlobrltz where the emperor was wait
inj to inspect it.
Real Estate Transfers. '
Frank Blackwell to Silas Harker,
lot 13, block 1, Midway, South Mo
line township. $475.
Nicolas Peters to Agnes M. Larson,
north 100 feet lot S, block M. Moline
Water Power company's addition, Mo
United Presbyterian r church, Rock
Island, to United Presbyterian church
of North America, lot 4. Black Hawk
third addition, Rock Island.
Henry Huberty to Nettie Anderson,
lots 5, 6, part lot 7, block G. second
Falrmount addition, Moline. $4,000.
Henry Huberty to Nettie Anderson,
lots 3 and 4, block 6, second Fairmount
addition, Moline. $4,000. ,
William . J. "Stockharn to Lydia A.
Parker, north" 28 feet lot 5, W. E.
Bailey's ninth addition, Rock Island.
John Hamilton" to Ole M. Rcndall,
north one-half lot 2, block 1, B. Daven-
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Four Diseases Mat
ADMISSION BUT 15
Katkakee, 111., Sept. 16. Six sec
tion men returning from work on u
hand car were instantly killed at 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon on the
Chicago and Eastern Illinois railroad,
when the northbound local passenger
train running tbetween Evansville,
Ind., and Chicago struck the hand car
at a point half a mile south of Mar
tinton, a small station . between Wat
seka and St. Anne. The dead include
John DeFraies, section foreman; W'il
iiam Landry and four unknown Ital
ians, all 'living at Martiuton. " The
crew of the passenger train was not
aware of the accident until the train
stopped at Martin tori,. -when four of
the bodies and the . front wheels of
'the hand car were foupd on the pilot
cf the engine, which had i also been
badly damaged in the collision. The
remains, of the other two men were
picked up nearthe scene of the acci
dent. ' ' : .'. ' ;-.
- It was erroneously stated yesterday
that the admission to the Watertown
River Riplets. ,-
The- Rath and Emily were north
and "south. . The Helen Blair, was up
from Burlington. . :' , ;
he stage.of water was 2.25 at C a.
m. and 2.40 at noon, v :' i .
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Bad skia? Weak nerves? Losing flesh?
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Varicocele, Nervous Exhaustion, Blood Poison
- and Kidney Disease.
Prices Alvrnyx RetiHonnble.
AVc will uive the itoorent initn
rhnnoe. iik tvt-ll no the rich, to receive
a cure from un nt a "ftninll ennt. TIIKRK
IS SO M! TOO I'OOIt TO GET OL'K
IJEST OI'I.MO.V KItttE. .
Blood . Poison and Vital
Weakness of Men v ;
"There 1st not a man In existence who
is suffering trom vital weakness. If tho
tecHne is from unnuttiral causes, and
haa not developed to an incurable staple,
that we csrnnot rebuild and- strengthen
to his entire satisfaction, and after wo
have cured a case of this kind there will
never again be a slpn of weakness, ex
cept brought on by Imprudence."
NO CHARGES V'S'LESS CURED. . .'
Remember, Ibat If you place yoor
cane with oar tervlce. It irlll rout nh
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YOU DONT PAY IF WE DON'T CURE
COKSI'LTATIOX AI EXAMINATION
' We make joa n Btrnlb forward, ba-IncKM-IIke
propoKltlon. We fnlnll every
promiHc; We never bulfk oat falne hope.
We never dlnappolatjour patients , t
Itl.OOO POISOX If you have any symp
toms of Contagious Blood Poison, in
either primary, secondary or-, tertiary
stages, come to us and be forever rid
of it. . Our treatment quickly destroys
the virus, clears the skin, purines the
blood . and thoroughly cleanses and
eradicates all traces of the potson from
the system. We stop its progress and
ail danger of transmission -or recur
rence is removed. .
The treatment' we administer ' for
Blood Poison acts rapidly upon the dis
eased blood cells, .expvlllng the poison
therefrom, end soon fbows to trie en
tiro satisfaction of the patient that the
deadly virus or poison is being forever
exterininnacd from tha system and the
cure effected. -: . ; , .
No Incurable Cases Accepted.
There is ao rink, for we do not treat
incurable eases under asy eonalriera
tlon. WE DO NOT EXPERIMENT NOR
ISH INJURIOUS DRUGS TO RUIN
SEES YOU '
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VARICOCELE Varicocele is the most
theacherous and silent and certain In
Its III effects of all known airmen ts of
men. It makes its appearance appar
ently without cause, but never ceases
In its destructive Influence,; until It
robs a man of all his -vigor, vitality, '
making 'him a complete -mental wreck. ,
Under our treatment a healthy cir
culation of blood, is quickly reestab
lished and permanent strength and
vitality are- given - to- the- organism. :
Every trace of weakness disappears, :
the weakened system ' is strengthened
you become - stronger . and better in.
every way, and win soon possess the
sense of .well-being which accompanies
eciinv j l iwcti-uriiiK wmcn Kn-umimnici
good health and robust manhood---
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he need, not" fear that our charges will be too-much for him to afford, for our
best advertisement is our cures. No man can afford to do without our treat- '
rnent, and no man' is so poor that he cannot make satisfactory arrangements
for the payment ofr his fee. All that vre ask is-that every one shall do the'T;
very best that be can. and we will not turn any one away because he can
not make his payments . to ,us in the usual manner. . m . .. .
PEOPLE KNOW SO WELIXOF OCR ABILITY THAT THEY ARE FTLU
INO OUR OFFICES BY THE SCORE. ' CALL EARLY TO AVOID RUSH AND '
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Rem ember," our gaaraatee menu cure or a meier for aervleea. '; .'.
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Davenport, Iowa.' , " ' ;
Offlee hourjr" tm. to 1J m.: l.SD p. m. to 5 p. .m.:, Monday. Tuesdiy.
Wednesday; Thyrsdav and Saturday evenluga. 7 to 9 p m.t Sundays, 9 a. m.
to 1 p. at. Rooms 4T0 to 499, Oaveaport, Savings. Baa .hnUnUaa;. (formerly : ;
Uageboeck), fourth floor; take elevator.