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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
BY P. M'FARLAND
looked alter McFarland s corner.
"Young" Saylor acted as chief second
PART OF TURNER
Standing of Clubs
Hoosier Scrapper Loses to Chi
cagoan in Ten-Hound Affair
i Delegates to 41st Annual Meet- j
ing of Central Association
EOTH BOYS ARE CLEVER
FOR A TWO DAY SESSION
I'arkry Make Whirlwind f inish and
lias IU Opponent iitreel
in J-'iiuil Lap.
, Victors Will Be Received at Twen-
tieth Street Depot Will Xot
Eloornington S 1
Danville 14 10
Davenport 13 It
Dubuque 11 13
Peoria 11 14
I'ecatur 13 14
."pri:;gf:eld Z 7
Ouincy li li
New York 2; C
Cincinnati 23 14
Chicaco 17 17
Pittsburgh 10 10
at. Louis 1 2
Philadelphia 14 17
Iloston 13 2",
Brooklyn 'j 22
Indianapolis. Ir.d., May 20.
Patkey McFarland, the Chicago box
er, lut-t msht bested Kay Iironson of
this city in clean cut fashion iu ten
rounds at Washington ball park. It
v as a fast, clever a.ili in which both
tutu tried to put ov r the punch'
vhich would compel the referee to
McFarland s eleerii ks combined
ith his gjieed proved to be the un
df.ir.a of the noisier f.hur. Ilion-,
Kin certainly showed that he io one
rf the logical claimants of the el-'
terweiRht title, and as he d.d not have
a preat deal of trouble in making
I'-, pounds frr this i.t-ht he fc.'.ouid
1 c fible to eive ::ny of the 14- pound
boxers a hard !,.!.!.
Mr Farland's b-ft jiihr and r:ri.t up-'
lercuta did their work .n the la.-r
r'Uind when l:ren.H':i was uriahb; to
protect hiiiii-eir fioiu the voiley of
blown wh.etl the I'l.jiiiiiM t.ox.r feho'
jit h.:n. .M' Farl;ir:d tried hard to fin
ish lis man. but Kay able to
vcather the m-j-mciIi. Krotison slip
pi d to the- c.'il.viis h"vra! ti;:irs, but
i fir U occa.-.ion ! ni.i kl.v ro-ku. ti
er 1 liih t t and w t.t aft.-:- .! i'aiin 1
it: releli'lens fafhlori.
The bout a nt;i-ed at the ball
park and shortly before the first pre
li:ui'i"ry was Kt.'ivd it started to ram.
The i '.Mil' Mil. h. hoe. er. liid t;ot
i . : lit . i. the spiri's of t.'.- fans, who
turned oiit about .".,'i"i. The rintr
v pitclied r.er the pitcher's box .".rid
Inosf f.f the fans uere seated around
the tn t.a. Kd fn.itu of ih.e :,u of
l. iat d as icferee of tl." n.aiti bout.
Wile. II I rim iiciiiritv
M'-'-'arland and Cron.ion in a . tin?
F':pula'id weithf, I s pounds, at
loon, i'il'key Was well ut.cle-r the
lotth. while rroti.-oii had only a few
iii ck to spari to sa his forfeit.
J'a ni y look a !o;:i: walk in the morn-
in.- arid after einh:a: in he staved in
l is roo'n mil, I he was railed to the
b'ere of the tiuht
The I'll h a ; fn-bier rul"d II " to 1
f,cwt,;e di.n: u ihi dnv an I there was
r lot of li.ofe. a a i. ert d thai 1'a'key
vouhi stop hi.- r,'ionetit. Kiuil Thiry,
MrFiirland s ti.atiaue-r a"d trainer,
sai l he was jioit.n to stid I'ai key
Pfter Uroiisoii from the tirst tap of
Three carn ai-n I'.ronsou knocked
I'aekev down in the first round of a
""-rou'id t.jht in New- Orleans and
the ( hn ai-'o luiib r had a lot of trou-:
b! I. uf miniated to pet a draw with
the llooi.T f':::!if.T. McFarland was
s lo make a'ner.dji for this hulit
ii-d he Vi nt into iast ni.'ht's scrap
I HUM il to i ve llrcjii.-.oii a iac
MeFarlnnd rece ived n iriiarnntee of j
- . 1 ' 1 1 f,,r ,.,.,,!, v.in. lc.e or draw, i
1 m!er the laws of I ti.! ;a e.i no riee l-
ilot) could be i;ivet; by ' 1 ' r''e'ec-.
Kinll Thiry was I'acl-. y s c hief sit- j
fid, .loh.niiy McFarland. a cousin of j
the f'c'.ter: Johnny McFarlaiid, tile
.a HI ;
.4". 2 :
Ii'.rlir.pton Is S
K'-wanee 15 1
.vIoiin-.oiiTh 14 12
Ottumwa, 15 13
Keokuk 14 14
(aleshurs 12 10
iiannibal 12 17
Muscatine 'j 'j
hicano 27 11
laiht' n 24 12
l etroi; . is
Philadelphia 10 10
Cleveland 10 1 1
Washington 17 2"
New York 12 21
at. I.ouis 10 25
AM EPJCAN ASSOCIATION.
Columbus 27 10
Toledo 25 15
Minneapolis 25 10
Kansas City 22 21
St. Paul 20 21
Milwa ikee ; 23
Indianapolis ic 2''.
Ixjuisville J4 24
. -i 5
St. Josejih 25
Ix nver 22
! 'es Moines 21
Sioux City is
Eeginnicg with a reception to dele-
pates at the Twentieth street depot
i of the Rock Island road, the local
: branch of the Central Illinois Turn
! hrzirk will open the 41st annual mept
inp of the district association Sat
urday evening. There will be a special
I fathering immediately after the recep
i tion at the Turner hall when an 1m
: proniptu program, presided over by
John Greve, district president, will be
griven. It Is expected that 20 delegates
will be here.
Sunday rooming at 9 o'clock, the
: business meeting will be held. Reports
of officers will be made and new of
! ficers will be elected. Further, dele
1 yates to the national convention to
1 be held in Indianapolis June 23-25 will
te named. Other business matters will
' come before the meeting.
XOT TO DISSOLVE.
i Since the aeitation for the dissolu
tion of the district organization and
itf affiliation with either the Chicago or
Upper Mississippi Valley Turnhezirks,
. arose, it has been thought that the
mat'er would be the all-important sub
ject for discussion at the business
meeting. However, recent aevelop
rnen'F point to the fact that the central
dis'rict, of which Rock Island Is the
hub, is not ready for any step of the
sen and so little favor is given to
the matter that it is probable thit it
will not even be before the conven
tion for discussion.
The local committee Is undecided
vhether to hold a Turner exhibition
Sunday afternoon or to put in the
tunc in some othT way.
i 5 passengers
''mMJi 28 horsepower
mW ' Equipped .
WRIGHT, KING OF AIR,
DIES IN OHIO HOME
I c noritln'i?cl fro Page One
,'cd:ii ( ;i iiiiii iich
No Longer Dread
The prescription, "Nurito," fre
fioin opiates mid narcotics, found toi
he the antidote to urn- acid, ives re-;
inarkable rcMilts, almost immediate '
l llef and an abi.dite cuic k c ure t
I lieum.i' , Milieiets. This ix now tes-i
tihc.i to by ii.aii Koc k li-iand sufter
t ri and what ia teller than hoine
It ou have rheumatism sciatica.;
cr i.eiit itis, be assured that you will
Kit r.d of it. or jour money will l.e
It fin. led 'Nuri'o w:ll bainsvh all
aches and lim.s, lin.ber up those sore
Htld inf.ained Joints and muscles, (io
to the llater Mouse pharmacy, and
Set n il I'ox of "Nurito." the pre
scription that produce re.-ults. :
Vu can f I i' wo'-kiuir.
Compound, d by 'he Magistral Chem
ical Co., Flat iron b ::ld.t,. New York.
THREE EYE LEAGl'E.
Peothi. 2; Quincy, :j (eleven in
nirgs Spri-iuficdd. 5; Decatur. 4.
Klot'tnington, 0: Danville, 0.
Davenport, 2; Dubu'iue. 4 (ten in
Cleveland. 4 5; Chicago, 2 '.
St. Louis. 5; Detroit. 7 114 innings).
Hoston, 21 12: Washington. i 11
( sec or.d vame eight innings, darknc ss).
New York. 1; Philadelphia, 7.
No ni'.es, rain.
ImisMlie, :i; Toledo, 0.
Kansas City, 7; Milwa'. kee, S.
Minneapolis, 7: St. Paul,
Iii lianapolis-Col'imb'iii, rain.
Lincoln. ; Cl-.amjiaign, 4.
Streator, 4: Canton, 3.
Kewanee. C: Hannibal. 1.
Muscatine. 1: Purlington. 9.
(ia'.eshiirg, 1"; Keokuk, 2.
OMiiniwa. 7; Monmouth, 5.
V. I S C ) N S 1 N 1 1. 1. 1 N O I S LEAGl'E.
O.-hkosh. 7: Appleton, 1.
Wausan. 11; Green Hay. C.
Eoi'hford, 5; Madison, 1.
Aurora. 1 ; Racine, 2.
I'NITED STATES LEAGL'E.
Richmond 7; Cincinnati, S.
Reading Pittsburgh, rain.
Des Moir.es. f: Lincoln, :;.
St Joseph. S; Top. ka. 4.
Sioux City, ci ; Omaha. 2.
Dei.ver. :, Wichita. 7.
Grand Rapids, 2: 7-nnesv il'.e, 3.
Terre Haute, 2; Canton, '..
Scrub Rend, 3; Y'oungstow n. i.
l'ort Wayne, o 7: Al.rcn, 1 1.
O'her games, rain.
day he returned to Dayton from I5os
ton. He consulted a physician and
; look to his bed immediately. It was
several days before the case was diag
nosed as typhoid.
In the early part of his illness
I Wri.dit attributed his sickness to some
! libh he had eaten at a Uoston hotel.
Washington, May 3". Government
circles, especially the signal corps,
expressed sorrow at the death of Wil
bur Wright. His connection with the
j government in the early days of
' a'-roplane development was particu
larly close. It was Wright who ne
jgotiated the first contract with the
; war department for aeroplanes. That
'tins in Kobruny. 190S. The Wright
j brothers received a medal and thanks
from congress, also a medal from the
I Smithsonian institute for their
A PITCHERS' BATTLE
Errors in critical moments lost a
pitchers' battle for Ai'gus'ana with St.
i Ambrose c n Ericsson field yesterday
, afternoon a score of 2 to 1. Eric
; son was in Jine form and allowed the
: Davenport lads only five hits. He
; struc k cut Fifzpatrick, who op
posed him. was equally good, allow ing
six safetie s and w hiffing also 13. Of
j the eight games played Augustana has
j won five this season. Yesterday's tilt
tended the 1012 season for the Luther
' f:ns. The score:
j R. H. E.
' Augustana ( 0 ft ft 0 ft ft ft 1 1 6 C
St. Amb'e.." 0 u n 'i 2 0 o 2 5 0
j Struck e,ut by Erb son, 13; by Fitz
I Patrick. 13. Rases itf balls Off Eric
; son, 1; off Fitzpatrick, 1. Stolen
i bases R. Hultzren, Ported. Umpire
For eight years the Stoddard
vDayton factory has been building
( For eight years t hese cars have
been giving extraordinary service
.to their owners.
For eight years they have been
building up a reputation which has spread
until all motorists acknowledge the excel
lence of the Stoddard-Dayton product.
The fact that these cars are graceful in line,
splendidly finished and appointed, roomy and
comfortable, and meeting all service demands,
A "Savoy" carrying Bix men
went up steep hill on high
gear, at a speed of 25 miles an
hour. Several times the car was
throttled down until it almost
stopped, and each time picked
up lull speea again
a policy of
and yet sell from $500 to $1000
less than other cars in their class, is
now being generally appreciated.
Their lower price is due to lower
An' price j'ou pa y (more than you need to
pay for a car that will do all jtou require of it) is
wasteful expenditure. You can pay upwards
of $4000 for a car that will do no more for you
than this Stoddard-Dayton "Savoy'L which
costs only $1450.
The "Savoy" motor is quiet, powerful, flexible
The ' ' Savoy ' ' motor does its work not only
efficiently but quietly. You can pay several
thousand dollars for a car and not secure a
motor that will run noticeably
quieter. When the car is standing
still you often have to put your
hand on the hood to ' ' feel ' ' whether
the motor is running or not.
The "Savoy" equipment includes
magneto, Q. 1). Rims, top and top
boot, nickel plated trimmings, pas
tank and five lamps, 33 x 4 tires4
Vheelebasell2 inches, cylinders 4x4$.
We also have the "Savoy" in a twa
passenger compartment roadster for
United StatesMotor Co.
3 West 61st St, Ne-.York
SCOTT COUNTY MERCANTILE
CO.. DAVENPORT. IOWA.
You can get out and walk be
side the "Savoy" while the gear
U in "high" and throttled down
close. This you can do not only
on smooth roads, but on cobble
Ask your motoring friends if their cars will stand such
tests as these. Come in and see the "Savoy." Ride in it
while we put it to these tests and any other tests you wish.
Arrange an appointment today now. There's no obligation
attached to this we are always glad to demon
strate these cars to anyone at
i ' I T i i.
nounces that the New
eans paid $7,000 for
liloomington, 111., May 30. Refus
ing to sin a contract at hia Three
Kye salary Pitcher Zackert, purchas
ed ly Hloondngton from the St.
LINEUP OF BLUE SOX
FOR TODAY'S BATTLE
I West End team opposes the Island
aggregation this afternoon.
New York Physicians attending
Ons Enp is bark in the Plue Sox Controller Prendergast, who has been
lineup in today's battle, doing the ill with acute indigestion, noted a
receiving work for Mike O Connell. larked improvement In his condition
ions is swiieneu irom lett to tenter
I iiico leu. naumnacn moves over to
and in a day or so he will be re
moved to his country home at Lake-
' field and Mfflinlov a now
- ""'".into left. Kaumbach
to that club. i,. tv, i.c.u .v. . j .. ville Conn. Mr. Prendereast tava he
Buenos Aires, May 30. Captain S. a8 , Wjjg )agt S(itur(1. , f.ellZ(.n iB exi.ects to he able to keep his promise
W. Wise of the Massachusetts Na- Helps a Judge In Bad Fix. firs Joh ; - to Roosevelt and make the nominatins
tional guard scored Se out of 1 ,000 j jusice EH cherry of Gillls Mills. and nauersfeld, third. The Moline "I'eoc-h at Chicago,
points in the individual prize firing ' Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad;
Ptidapcst. Hiii'.cary A dynamite
cart r nl ;o exploded late Tuesday rii;ht
on one e;f the biatreuses o ttiu lt,:
of parliament, smashing a large num
ber of windows, but otherwise not
ca.irir.g ut.y se nous dan.age.
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, L .J 5. -4.-1 4 . '
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BIG EXCURSION SUNDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 2nd
To MUSCATINE and Return
Steamer G. W. HILL
Leaves Moline 1 p. m., Davenport 2 p. m.. Rock island
2:45 p. m. Under ejection of M. & O. club. Adults 50c.
Children 25c. Don't rciss the time of your life on the newboat
John D. Rockefeller would go broke
if he should tp nd his entire income
trying to prepare a better medicine
than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Kemc-dy for diarrhoea, dys
entery or towel complaints. It is
simply impossible, anil so says every
one that has used it. Sold by all drug- ,
Have Made Many Hex k island Iles,r
No wonder scores of Rock Island '
citizens grow enthusiastic. It is
enough to make anyone happy to '
find relitf after years of suffering. '
Public statements like the following
are but truthful representations cf
the daily work done in Hock Island
by boan's Kidney Pills.
A. J. Fider, 1110 Third avenue.'
Rock Island. Ill, says: "From my;
experience with iJoan's Kidney Pills,
1 do not hesitate to recommend
them to anyone suffering from kid
ney trouble. My back bothered me
a geat deal and there were acute
pains across my kidneys that made
it hard for me to stoop. Other dif
ficulties l-.-d me to believe that my
kidneys were disordered and read-j
in about Dean a Kidney Pills I ob-
tained a suppiy at the Harper house;
pharmacy. They pave me prompt re- j
1 ef and thus convinced me of their j
great merit. ' I
For gale by all dealers. Price ".0 !
cent. Fcster-Milburce company, pi.f-'
falo. N. Y., sole age us for the '
I'nited States. '
Remember th ? came Doaa s
, and take lo oth:r.
yesterday. Captain Wise's perform
ance is considered here as a world a
Lawrence, Mass., M.ay 30. Mana
ger Louis Pieper of the Lawrence
team of the New England league an-
sore on his leg had baffled several doc
tors and lon resisted all remedies.
"I thought it was a cancer," he wrote.
"At laft I UEed Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
nd w as comple tely cured." Cures
tmrns, bolls, ulcers, ruts, bruises and
piles, io cents at all druggists.
" Safety" spell it the new
way and it's "F-o-r-d." Cer
tainty of operation strength
and lightness, made possible
by Vanadium steel simplicity
of construction these make
the Ford the safest car in the
world. A reason why every
third car on the highway this
year will be a Ford.
All Fords are Model Ts all alike except
the bodies. The two passenger runabout
costs $590 the hut passenger touring car
$690 the delivery ear 5700 the town car
$900 f.o.b. Detroit, completely equipped.
Get latest catalogue from Ilorst & Strieter
Co.. Second Avenue, just across the street
from the court house or direct from the
Substantial Reductions on all sizes.
THE SUPERIORITY OF MICHELIN TIRES
IS RECOGNIZED ALL OVER THE WORLD
IN STOCK BY
Rock Island Auto and Tire Works
2412 Third Avenue
C. M. ZIEMAN