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lTTE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23.. 1910.
Have an understanding.
See things in the right
light . Perhap your eyes
are defective and you need
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ed to than at Ramser's.
BAT NELSON NO
Ad Wolgast, Milwaukee Fight
er, Returned Victor at
Frisco in 40th.
Read G . Pickering
LOSER BATTERED HELPLESS
Veteran King of Lightweights Had
Iiost Durability and Had But
One Chance to Win.
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For years we have made a scientific
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LAST NIGHT'S CHAMPIONSHIP
Victor Adolph Wolgast Milwau
kee. Loser Battling Nelson, Hege
Duration of bout Forty rounds.
Weight of principals 133
Title at stake Lightweight
Purse Nelson's share, $12,000;
Gross receipts $40,000. v
Referee Eddie Smith.
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FRANK O. CIARK. Tinea Bid., New Tork. 1
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 23.
Adolph Wolgast, born at Cadillac,
Mich., but now proudly claimed by
Milwaukee as a favored son. is cham
pion lightweight fighter of the world.
Just as the full moon rose above
San Francisco bay last night Battling
Nelson, twice winner of the light
weight crown, relinquished all claim
to his proud title, after putting up
the hardest and gamest fight of his
long career in the ring.
Cries of approval and admiration
for the gameness of the conquered
one drowned the cheers for the vic
tor as Referee Eddie Smith raised
the hand of Wolgast and proclaimed
him winner, while the seconds of the
great Dane assisted a blind, bruised
and bleeding loser from the ring,
where 40 rounds of battle had been
One Fight Ton Many.
Once too often had the man who
twice stopped Joe Gans. one of the
greatest fighters of his inches the
world has ever seen, gone into the
prize ring. Youth would be served,
and Adolph Wolgast, just 22 years
old and always a comer, did what
that old master, Joe Gans. that clever
boxer, Jimmy Britt. and other good
men always had failed of. and that
was to stop the toughest nut that
any fighter ever tried to crack. .
Too much credit cannot be accord
ed the new champion, although he
is not to be compared with the cham- i
pions of other years in the minds of
the men who remember Jack Mc
Auliffe, ' George Lavigne and Joe
Gans. Although he fought a Nelson
who was not the same as of old. Wol
gast put up a fight full of gameness
j and with everything that fighter
j should have except the needful
j knockout punch.
I nisr Crowd Out to See Rattle.
! There were 12.000 fans gathered
; there in a drizzling rain, that stop
' ped before the end of the battle, who
'saw the colors of Nelson lowered,
j They saw him after 4 0 rounds of
! the gamest fight ever witnessed,
j bleeding, staggering and half blind.
unable to tell his corner, while Ref-I
eree Eddie Smith stopped the fight j
and declared Wolgast the winner. j
As far back as the 3 4th round Jack j
Robinson. Nelson's manager, wanted
to stop the fight, but the Dane would
not let him. Pie apparently prefer
red to take his medicine if he had to.
From start to finish it was Wol
gast's fight. He outboxed Nelson
at every turn and though the Dane,
hit hard and true when he did land,
the Milwaukee boy's blows and their
rapidity far outclassed the hitherto
durable one of Hegewisch.
Only a Question of Time.
It was apparent after the 25th
round that Wolgast's victory was
only a question of time. In the 3Sth
the crowd madly yelled to the Ger
man , to finish what began to seem
a cruel, unusual and needless batter
ing of the Battler.
When time was called for the 40th
round Nelson, blind, limp and worn
out. tried a right swing but came
about a foot short. He then got in
a solid right, but Wolgast came back
at him with a swing like a catapult.
Eddie Smith saw that the end had
come. He 'stepped between the men
and stopped the fight, proclaiming
Wolgast the winner amid the deafen
ing cheers of the thousands who had
watched him fight ' "y inch of a
terrifically beset r , to the cham
pionship. At tha .Velson was game.
He wanted to continue, but was help
less. Wolgast was carried on his sec
onds' shoulders, while the Dane was
led to his corner.
1 Thonaanda of Dollars Lost. 1
Thousands of dollars, placed on
Nelson before the fight, were lost.
At the ringside there was much
money changed hands at even money,
and toward the end of the fight odds
of 10 to 8 on Wolgast found no tak
ers. The German, in addition to
winning, saved thousands for his
backers as soon as he lasted 25
Robinson stated after the fight
that he thought Nelson could have
lasted the 4 5 rounds, buj'that he
was glad Smith had stopped the bat
tle. Only once In the fight did Nelson
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Pedestrian Run Down by the
Charles McHugh Car in
INJURY IS NOT SERIOUS
Mrs. I'aul Mabs, Victim, Able to Walk
to Office Building to Receive
Pickering comes to the Islanders
with an excellent record and he will
make a strong bid for a place on the
pitching staff. He played last year
with the Nebraska Indians, traveling
with them all over the country. The
record he made with them was rather
remarkable inasmuch as he won 50
games and lost only three. Pickering'3
home is at Ulysses. Neb. He is a
young fellow who does his twirling
with his south paw.
WV y seventy years of experience with Ajer s
,y J. & fflTO Cherry Pectoral have given us great
qlf JLjiULi I LA & confidence in It. Wo strongly recom-
mend it for coughs, colds, bronchitis,
Ask your doctor to name the lat family weak throats, and weak lungs. It pre
mcdicine for coughs, colds, bronchitis, weak vents. It protects. It SOOtheS. ItbealS.
lungs. Follow his advice. iJls'i? Just the help nature needs.
have a chance the 2 2d round, when
with a stinging right cross to the
jaw, he staggered his opponent. Be
fore the round closed he dropped
Wolgast in the middle of the ring
with a similar blow and three sec
onds were tolled before Wolgast re
gained his feet.
The crowd prepared to leave the
arena, the word went from bench to
bench through the spectators that an
other boy had fallen victim to the
wonderful durability of the Dane. But
in the next round Wolgast recuperat
ed and from then on slowly, steadily
but surely, wore Nelson down.
For 12 rounds before the finish
Nelson seemed bewildered and his
blows were sent as if he held wcightf
in his hands. From the 30th round
Nelson could hardly see or hear, the
left side of his face having lost all
semblance of its former contour. He
staggered and hung on. In the 37th
round he was all but out but surviv
ed the round.
Vdann Alvrnyia name
Referee Smith asked Nelson if he
wanted to quit, and Nelson, unable
to talk, merely shook his head. When
30 seconds of the 40th round had
gone, and as darkness was beginning
to creep over the scene of the fight,
a full moon just beginning to peep
through the clouds. Referee Smith
raised Wolcast's glove into the air,
and a new lightweight champion had
come into fistiana.
Wolgast had outgeneraled, outbox-
ed and all but outgamed the great
Battling Nelson. After the battle
Wolgast scampered out of the ring
like a schoolboy and galloped through
the mud. Nelson was taken out on
the arms of his seconds. As he was
carried through the crowd he was
cheered for the remarkable grit and
gameness displayed, such as old ring
followers say seldom has been seen
in a prize ring.
Iteferee Makes Statement
Referee Smith made the following
statement after fight:
"Wolgast fought Nelson at his own
game and beat him fairly and square
ly. Nelson complained at times of
Wolgast butting, but I paid little
heed, as it was simply the case of a
battler getting the worst of a game
where both were equally guilty.
"Both men fought the same, but
one had youth, the power to come
back, vigor, life and all that goes
with it. while the 13 years of fighting
through which Nelson had gone had
sapped his strength and left him
without the old sap, dash and stam
ina." Enr. Says AVolftaat
Wolgast said after the fight:
"My fight today was like a train
ing bout. Only once did he bother
me .and that was In the 22d round.
Nelson hurt me more by butting me
than anything else, and I felt funny
for just a few seconds. I cannot say
anything as to my future plans, but
I am ready to give deserving light
weights a chance."
Nrlsnn Thought lie Could Stay
When Nelson was able to talk he
"I am sorry they called the fight
off when they did. I think I could
have stayed the 45 rounds, but have
no complaint to make."
Gans Out -with Challenge
Baltimore, Md., Feb. 23. Joe Gans.
former lightweight champion, last night
issued a challenge to Ad Wolgast for
a 20-round contest, to be fought any
where the new champion wishes and
under any conditions he may name.
Gans said that he would go to New
York next week and post $1,000 to
bind the agreement if accepted, and
that he would also make a side bet of
- Chicago, Feb. 23. (Special.) Paul
Mabs of 18 West Superior street says
he believes some premonition of Im
pending accident caused him to look
back yesterday afternoon as he hoard
ed a North State street car at Dear
born and Monroe streets, just in time
to see a woman run down by an elec
tric runabout. The woman was his
wife. She was painfully but probably
not dangerously hurt.
The automobile was being driven
by Miss Elizabeth McHugh, daughter
of Charles McHugh. proprietor of the"
Lexington hotel. She was accompa
nied by her mother, Mrs. Charles Mc
Hugh, and her guest. Miss Bettina
Bradley of Centerville, Iowa.
Mfcbs had Just left his wife. The
car which he boarded hid the auto
from Mrs. Mabs, who attempted to
cross the street. Neither the driver I
nor the pedestrian saw the danger
until too late. Mrs. Mabs was I
knocked down by the front wheels of
the machine and dragged some dis
tance before it could be stopped.
Cut by Chain fiunrd.
Although no bones were broken, she
was cut about the body and hips by
the chain guards on the wheels and
it is feared sustained internal injuries.
Mrs. McHugh offered to summon an
ambulance to take Mrs. Mabs to a
hospital, but Mr. Mabs called a cab
and had her taken to their residence.
"I don't know what impelled me to
look back after I boarded the car,"
said Mr. Mabs. "I had left Mrs. Mabs
only a few minutes previous and she
started for the office of an eye special
ist.. Just as I swung aboard the car
I looked back and saw the machine
Able to Walk Array.
"Mrs. Mabs couldn't have been badly
hurt." said Miss McHugh last night.
"She was able to walk into an office
building with only ours and the police
man's assistance and afterward into
"We telephoned to have Dr. W. B.
Whitaker, house physician at the Lex
ington hotel, sent to her house."
Where Big Leaguers
NATION A I,.
Chicago New Orleans, La.
Pittsburg... Hot Springs, Ark.
New York..Marlin Springs. Texas
Cincinnati Hot Springs, Ark.
Brooklyn Hot Springs, Ark.
Philadelphia. Southern Pines, N. C.
St. Louis Little Rock. Ark.
Boston Augusta, Ga.
Detroit San Antonio, Texas
Cleveland Alexandria. La.
St. Louis Houston, Texas
Athletics. Atlanta, Ga.
Boston Hot Springs, Ark.
Washington Norfolk, Va.
New York.... Athens. Ga.
Weak Md Nervooss
en. iead TSiiss
Spring Games for Chi
March 4, 5, 6. 11. 12. 13
March C (a. m.) 10, 13 (a, m.)
March 7 Modesto, Cal.
March 8 Stockton, Cal.
March 9 Sacramento, Cal.
March 15 Fresno. Cal.
March 16 Bakersfleld, Cal.
March 17 20, 24 27. Los Angelas
March 22 Redlands. Cal.
March 28 Yuma, Ariz.
March 30, 31 KI Paso, Texas
April 2 Oklahoma City, OkI.i.
April 3.' Wichita, Kan.
April 4 Topfka, Kan.
April 5, 6 St. Joseph, Mo.
April 7.. Quincy. Ill
April 8 Hannibal. Mo.
April 9. 10 Kansas City, Mo.
April 11 Peoria, III.
March 6, 9, 13 New Orleans
. J.Cleveland at New Orleans
March 19, 20 New Orleans
March 21. 22...'. Mobile
March 23 Montgomery
March 24, 25 Birmingham
March 20, 27 Memphis
March 2830 Nashville
March 31 April 4 Louisville
April 7 Indianapolis
April 8 Dayton, Ohio
April 9, 10 Columbus
April 11, 12.: Toledo
April IS Open date
..Start of championship season
Total number of games, 35.
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Read What the Cured Sav
Conley Defeats Monte
Attel at Los Angeles -for
Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 23. Frankie j
Conley of Kenosha, Wis., defeated!
Monte Attel of San Francisco in the
42nd round of a scheduled 45-round
contest yesterday afternoon before a
crowd of at least 10.000 in the Vernon
arena, formerly owned by Jim Jef
fries. The battle was for the bantamweight
championship of the world and the dia
mond belt that Conley won from Dan
ny Webster a few weeks ago. The
contest from start to finish was one of
the fastest "and cleanest events ever
witnessed in this city. In the early
rounds Attel showed up well with
clever boxing, but with all his clever
ness could not keep away from the
Conley was aggressive at all stages
of the contest, his marvelous defense
being well nigh perfect. At the end of
the 12th round Attel's right eye was
completely closed. In the 27th round
Conley was so weak he backed up for
the first time in the battle, but after a
few rounds of cautious fighting he
gradually grew stronger, while Attel
The bell in the last six rounds saved
the San Francisco fighter from a
knockout. In many of the rounds to
wards the end both boys threw caution
to the wind, stood toe to toe, and whal
ed each other unmercifully.
The 42nd round found Attel in a
badly weakened condition, Conley forc
ing him all over the ring trying for a
knockout. Near the end of the round
Attel slipped from exhaustion and was
being counted out when Harry Foley,
his manager, threw in the sponge.
I.ansrford Stop Nt Dewey.
Cheyenne, Wyo.. Feb. 23. Sam Lang
ford, the colored fighter, knocked out
Nat Dewey in the first minute of the
first roHind of their bout here last
night. Dewey never got a start. Lang
ford going after him from the tap of
the gong and not giving him a chance
II j land I.fiara to Ilnyrn.
New Orleans. La., Feb. 23. G rover
Hayes of Chicago was awarded the de
cision over "Fighting Dick" Hyland of
California at the end of a 10-round
fight last night. It was only during the
last two rounds, after closing one of
Hyland's eyes, that Hayes developed
a marked advantage.
Baldsrln and Broaaon Draw.
Boston. Feb. 23. Matty Baldwin of
Charleston and Ray Bronson of Indian
apolis fought 12 rounds to a draw last
THE BIG DOINGS
Relieved at Once Free of
Mrs. Alvalina Johnson of
Carbon Cliff, 111., says: "I suf
fered untold agonies with neu
ralgia for the past two or three
years. Whenever the sieges
were very bad 1 would take
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while they relieved me,' but to
wards the last thej- lost their
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Bartz's Electrical treatment,
and to my good fortune they
relieved me at once and I
haven't had a spell since, and
that is now about a wek ago.
I for one do think electricity
applied according to Dr. Bartz's
method is wonderful because it
certainly did wonders for me."
Relieved in a Few Minnies Af
ter Suffering for Years.
H. B. Keys, residing at 822
Fifteenth street, Rock Island,
says: "For about two years my
back bothered me, due to a
strain in overlifting, besides,,
my shoulders were rheumatic;
in fact, I felt generally run
down. Seeing Dr. Bartz's an
nouncement In the papers
about treatments free, I decid
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shoulders left me Inside of five
minutes. I can heartily recom
mend Dr. Bartz's system of
treatment, and I may add that
the treatment is not at all un
pleasant; if anything, it is
soothing and refreshing."
Announcement Is Made that JefT-
Johnson Fight Will lie Held at
San Francisco .Lily 4.
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 23. The
Jeffries-Johnson battle on July 4 for
a purse of $101,000 will be fonght in
San Francisco. The announcement
was made last night following a con
ference of Tex RIckard, Eddie Graney,
Supervisor Herget, Sam Fit zpat rick
and Jim Griffin.
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Out of the Warming Pan
Willie Keeler has been released
outright by the New York Americans.
Danville has signed Jesse Whiting,
a pitcher of Brook, Ind., who is said
to be a phenom. He pitched for Chi
cago Heights last year.
Dal Williams has lost no time in
getting on the job as manager at De
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Dick Kinsella is 111 at his home in
Springfield, but states he expects to be
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and vice versa, provided he learns In
time where we stand.
"Gal way Tiger" Throws Ernst.
Dubuque, Iowa, Feb. 23. Pat Con
nolly, the "Gal way Tiger," last night
won in straight falls ovr Adolph
Ernst in 32 and 20 minutes before the
Dubuque Athletic club.
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You seem preoccupied have the blues
perhaps you are "up aga'rst it" tem
porarily, for money. Keeps you worrying
better come and see us try our pre
scription (a little cash) always cures
in cases of this kind.
If you need money we'll loan It to you,
$10, $20, $30, $4f, $50 and upwards, on
terms we know are much better than to
be obtained elsewhere in this way prove it, too. If you give us
a chance. Call and we'll show you in black and white the entire
cost of any loan for whatever time you may nevl it If you can
pay sooner than you originally thought, we'll shuw you at the start
Just how much you will save. Let us fgure with you if you need
money giad to explain without cost whether you borrow or not.
Confidential dealings with all.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
Koom 40;$ Uest Building, Fourth Floor, 17ock Island.
Old Fhonc West 514. New Fhone toll.