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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1DI3.
13 'PEANUTS' MIXES WITH JOE BISHOP Local Bantamweight Pug Will Clash With Hammond Boy in Milwaukee Tonight. OCCURS BEFORE BIG SCRAP Boxing Commission Declares Wolgast White Fight Will Be Stopped if They Stall. IniiiR for governor f the state, and bet is planning a stiff campaign starting with New Year's day which he be-, iievos will restore him to h's former i rreatnes. He has always been noted for hla gameness and be is betting rrs.1 money cn himself to win tonight s vaUle. N'i'e Lewis has impressed upon White that he niuft defeat Wolgast or go back fighting preliminaries. Just now Charley is at the top cf his game, even tboui-h be did lose a questionable c.ci-c-n to nmnaee a rew weeks pack, anii is full of confidence, believing his superior boxing ability will enab'.a Mm to beat down his rival's famous guard and put over a haymaker. He is going after a K. O" and if he makes good this assertion there should be plenty of tction. Both Lnvs nroniise to be well under -Pear.a:s" Schieberl. bantam scrap- lh i!rht,,j,.hl i-mit-133 Bounds per of Rock Island and Joseph Bishop.! .h. thPV Uf.ieh ln b,.fore the boxing McGraw Has Great Luck Swapping Players m iB1mraa. .l-j.. ki inn Tomgni lor , rflIr,mf!.in 3 o'clock this after 10 rounds as a preliminary go to the Eoon t-n,ike the McFarland case. Ad Wo gast Charlie. White bout, at , bo.; oP r(.nu;rd t, Mc,, t l the Prank M.ilhern s arena in Milwaukee. , K,.aleg :, rinj? (.0..,ume, and bo;n pob- Th local hoy is in the pink of con- ! sss the temperament to obey The tlPion for the bout according to dope j rules. Yesterday White w.e'ghed 129 hand-d out from h.s emp a:.d he is in j alter his usual workout, while a re ail probability better fi'ted. for a long , port from Milwaukee stated that Ad Ftrap fon.ci.t than he ever was. Bad just under 130. B;.-hop. the Hammond boy. is al White Favorite in Chicago. Im.t l::i fr.T also. He and1 f rom a betting standpoint this bcrt Young Sir.net, of this city, had a dif-;r a, olll(.rs M .-..,-, the Papke Kelly iuiij heh;in ai.oui iriree moruns ago and bo:t. contest iu the i, er town. In Chicago i n.uru speed in ihatj-j j.,. ruW a liK!lt favorite. lo to 9 The two wiil mix at VIZ pound and! e rov d which wii; lively be 'he large attract-.! to Milwaukee- this evening. 1 heme offered in most cases against Wali-'o-t. However, the conditions are I Just the reverse ln Ad's lair, for as . pood as 6 to 5 was wagered against ti e local fighter. will e-e a hard fo-ight scrap between ue two in the prelim'narie;. No Stalling. Thre will be no 'stalling'' when Vioiph Wolgast of Cadillac. Midi., and Charley White of Chi ago meet In a 1') round no decision e iasli for the i !3r; pound championship of the world, following the preliminaries. This wa ! .......... . 1... .1... n-i.,1..... I m . ommU.-Ki. u riiy for ti i Newly Formed Local Basketball j to trading Manager ROCK ISLAND IS VICTOR IN GAME game plared at Xorthrop field on Nov. 15 were $32.148. 50. Of this amount Chicago received $16,074.25. Vrbana. 111.. Dec. 1?. Edward A. Wiilford of East St. Ixnn's was elected captain f The University of Illinois basketball team for 1314. He was un animously choswi to succeed Robert W. Hoffman, who did not return to the university. Wiilford is a junior and was one of the It best students m the institu'kMi last year. TINKER ARRANGES TO MEET EBBETS Indianapolis Will Be the Scene i of Conference Next Sunday Morning. KewjitH 111.. nc. 19. Cnless $1,500 Is raised before Jan. 1. as balance of j $4.0i needed. Kewanee's Central asso ciation biiseball franchise will be sur rendered, accordirir to aot'm of th clnb, when the franchise committee re ported $2,500 available and a ted tor extension of time. HOPES TO SEE BIG CHECK' TOURISTS STEAM FOR AUSTRALIA Sox and Giants Start on Long Trip After Day of Gayety in Manila. Manila, P. I.. Dec. 19. The White Sox anil Giants closed their two-day visit here last innht and started on their second and longest lap of the Star Shortstop and Dodger Boss Will Attempt to Make Final Settle ment In Indiana. Joseph B. Tinker, a baseball player of Chicago and a vaudeville perfcrmer of the stage and of Cincinnati, will meet Charles H. Ebbets of Urooklyn in Indianapolis Sunday morning per fectly willing to gaze upon the face o? a certified check made payable to said Joseph R Tinker. Such a check or definite promise of such h check will do much to overcome the difficul ties in the way of Mr. Tinker spending the summer at Hrooklyn neur Couey Island. Tinker yesterday came, out in tho open as to the place of his meeting with the Brooklyn president and Wil bert Robinson, who will lend th weight of his reputation and avoirdu- glotie-strdllng journey. Entertainments j ,H)i3 t(( thp jrtb of KUuijus ti, infants Red Murray (top left). Bob Bescher (bottom left), "Bugs" 1 warned lo:li ni'r: tl.ut if tiie battle' wa- not up to 'he staiidard t'ley would 1 be iil,t r. -l fu their eorn. rs in the n-iii I Five Wins from Independ ents by 55 to 9. die of tiie ko. t:i la red off ami tl 'heir money buck. With this guaran'ee mill would hpftiitor be (je- given of artiiin some Z.'i'i'f f'tht fan-- hae bxjk-(1 ri-n-nu- The E. M Sticks, a newly formed basketball team, commenced the sea-1 .,.r. am v-iine with a viclorv over I the Moline Independents at The Kock ! New York. Dec. 19. When it conies McCraw of the Giants has David liaruui looking like a fcecond-rater. Scarcely a season passes that the wiiey McOraw doesn't pull off some big deal, and invariably he gets tiie best of the barpain. "Mmrccv" ctarluil t.. .Iu-il in Augus-1 players seven years ago. Although Hon for the Cream Cifv this afternooa 1 :!" college g ninasiwn. me iviw. , jie won lilf, pPrlnant in i:n" his and evening and include iu this mini- j island five won with a bwamplng score j stroIlc array of talent went to the l,-r are th arn- fans w hi little mure ,:"' ,0 i bad the following season and he sur- than u week ai: 1. f , n,e Milwaukee The In. lependents of Moline are not , pj-j, everybody by trading Catcher Outfielder Red Jii-diiorium in t.ie iiiniii!,- of the Mr- t Par.and-Isr.it rii i ;.i-li ow ?ig "iji-ii-r again " Titi:i-Ii' t-i- li.ie be, n prtiiii Ised a fight, tlx- otii-r was a boxing- i slourlies when it comes to playing IJowerman. Pirst Haseman McGa'nn, Shortstop Dahlen, Pitcher Perguson and Outfielder Rrow ne to Boston for Shortstop Hirdwell, Pirst Ilaseman Pred Tenney and Catcher Needhani. Itoston soon discovered that the ex-Giants had passed through the last stages of usefulness. Tenney and lSridwell, on the other hand, proved valuable acquisitions to the Xew York club. In 1907 McGraw figured in a three cornered deal whereby he let Presna- hau go to the Cardinals while he got Murray and Pitcher Raymond and Fred Tenney (right" Huggs" Raymond of St. Tenuis and Catcher Schlei of Cincinnati. Mur ray is still with the Giants, while Presnahan has moved over to the Cubs. Raymond is dead and Schlei is in the minors. When Hridwell. Devlin and others began to Croop, McGraw passed them on and acquired more promising ma terial, keeping up his tactics until he built up another pennant winner. During the last season he parted with Peals Becker and Josh Devore. His latest deal has brought him Pob Bescher of Cincinnati. t xi.ibitiou. Wolgast Claim Title. Outside of the fa t t;:iit Wol-as' luring his idii-i r as a si r-.per has never hecu known to "stall " but on the other hand is r -di'ed with beinu a regular nrhtiiu- machine. Ihe pr tnoters say a te.i) iion-Mt .to goodness title Is at stake, same bring th'- 1 Si! superiors to auch an extent that from 'given another chance at high wrest the first whistle to the closing one the ling honors. On Dec. 2: he will meet Rock Island team scored at will. ' Americus. the Baltimore grappler, in ! "Curley" Anderson, who will an-1 a finish contest in Chicago. The con jswer telephone R. I. 1010. has charge test is to lie fought at straight catch of the team and aceregations desir-. as catch can rules with all holds al- ing to meet a fast bunch may do well! lowed but the strangle. This will per- iiiiid 1 ham t'ioi-' i f ti.e world Wolgast iair.in t i.s Ti?;,- in tlf.it Uitchit. hi.- cot.jer r. iia.- refused to defend bib honor-1 i low irjr: pounds. Wolgact has worked .harder for this 1 ont.-st t !t:t 11 tor any s. '- ii- won and !-t his t:f!--. S'ori. -i whu i were --aid to hae oiigtnatril 111 ' i . I - . k f". low ing the p'!-' ;oii n. lit of Ti, fiht lien si In du! d '.ii No !!:! r au-eii the friction. At that tin called otf the go In su-e Iiis ribs training and a feu days I.-it.-r White was quofrd as say.ni: that Wol gsst ii"ed this as an ex.-iisr to ibilse him. Ad -cays he will show the 'hi cago boy how much of a dodger lie is ti night. Ad Betting on Tilt. I..ke all d-fra?ei! champion-'. Wol-g.-t is of t!ie opin.-n fhnr !o- is as iod as ever. lyosii.g th;s battle U ai aVoj; s tar from I.U n.ind as run- to talk w ith him. The score laf evening was: Pield. Moline. Miles, rg j rnit 1 is yoke." to use his famous "neck CUBS AND CROSS COUNTRYS IN TIE Salzmmin. . TotaJs . . . Van Hecke Bunch Johnson . .15)2 I'Ol 1S4 rG7 .S54 S91 .171 .15:; 2P1 , .199 J Nelson, ij; j p.erger. Long, rl llaiiimerstrom. If goals. . 0 . 0 1 E M. Sticks. I, Vahntine. rg-lf... . 11 (Curley Anderson, Ig ol-ast Kdttar joimson. rit e tlij-ire,l! swedhere rfir.. Roger Carlson. If . . 4 Field, goals. 0 . 9 . ft Foul goals. 1 0 II o 0 1 Poul goals. 11 0 0 0 3 Referee Cub Lundberg FORMER ISLANDER IS OUT OF RACE Charles Herzog Gets Leader ship of "Cinci" Aspired to by "Bill"' Sweeney. Twin-City Bowling League (Green 137 Team Standing Takes an Interesting Turn. 1 r,:? 140 17:: I'Ol 14; and a burlesque ball game in which the Sox defeated the Manila team on a muddy field by 7 to 4 were the feat ures of the day. All the rnil'tary and civil officers took a hand in making the visit a memorable one. A bis banquet at the palatial Manila hotel, the finest in the orient, attracted,, besides the authori ties, the leading American residents of ' the city. Governor General Bell made the principal address, lauding the en terprise of Comiskey and others in spreading the national game around the world. - Almost without exc eption each mem ber of the party appeared in white English drill suits. The terrific beat convinced most all that the regulation Amer'can togs were too heavy, especi ally with a trip across the equator awaiting them. The Chinese tailors of the city did a rushing business turn ing out these garments. They fill an order in a day. the suit costing only C pesos, or $ri in T'ncle Sam's coin. The next stop is Brisbane, Australia, where a game is scheduled for Jan. 1, 911 2t5C ! lut tne departure from Manila is I three days behind the original itiner- 4jS ; ary, so if win tie anout .lan. 5 neiore . ! the present jaunt ends. The- best of 519 wtather is predicted by the captain, rgj During this long jump the boat will 40(J ' 1"5' 111 s'sht of land almost at all times. ! The captain even expects to make i:4 i ::." if,;: 14S 12.1 CUBS WIN TWO CONTESTS With Defeat of Wichmen by Reliables Two Fives Bump Noses at the Top of the Ladder. Totals .Moline Preeden . . Holm I-unberg .. Renaud . . La u . .si: 799 70H . . . b; . . I8:i . . .159 . .17S . .128 159 214 154 149 162 Pi4 157 154 155 ISO 1 two or three unscheduled stops to pick 1 up raw materia! at some of tho small ! islands ef the archipelago. The route lies through the Mindoro sea and the Celebes sea along the east coast of 1'htich Borneo. For about a week the 4 I.) 554 j JS-! " l...n. ...ill elrirl nnrthncl AAaat of 470 ' i Australia. LEWIS AND AMERICUS WILL BATTLE ON MAT Ed. C'Strangler") Iewis, the Ken- tuckv heavyweight, who was beaten by Charles Cutler recently, is "Bil!" Sweeney. former I-Iand.-r shortgtop. now with tiie Bo.-toa Red-, w ho had the "Cin t" b-adcr.-hip bee buzzing in his bonnet does no hear ''he merry hum of the insect more. Not so for Charles Herzog. ex-Giant stir, yesterday signed as manager of the Cincinnati team for tiie se.isun of ! 1914. After a -on!ereiice with tlioi Twin City League. W. E. Pet. J Cubs 24 9 .721 i Cross Countrys 24 9 .721 Moline 2:? lo .r.97 I Stock Leaders 14 19 .421 j Colts 9 24 .272 Reliables 5 2S .150 Totals . . Colts If. Erickson Warren Yerick P. Erickson Churchill .. Totals . .Vln S3S 7S0 244S 1S9 PIS i::o i::; . . .i:: 727 l no it;:: PS4 155 JS 7S0 141 ins i::o 12-; 152 IOWA OFFICIALS CLAIM 19.1 n CK S FL (i BLt '': ' Iowa City, hi , Dec. 19 Local ath "!''' letic officials branded as false the dis- 41 The Cross aders of the Countrys Twin formerly sole City Bowling of a surprise ! mann and Sec retary Hairy Stephens, I party last evening, when the Stock board of trustees and a second confer. I President August Herr I league, were viciims BRICKLEY IS CHOSEN CAPTAIN OF HARVARD . . , j nice w ith to be USEFUL GIFTS Fur Caps Stylish Hats Handsome Shirts Heavy Sweaters Mackinaw Coats Furnishing Goods Combination Sets I Herzog signed a contract as a player j Leaders took two out of three games i for a year, and was then officially 1 ,. ,i,,, made manager. i , , , . , , . ,. . ..i. .; ... j.l It took two defeats before the lead- I Herzog tep into the position made ! vacant by the s.tle of former Manager j ers of the league became awakened to ijoe Tinker to the Brooklyn club. He j the fact that they were going dow n to ' wi 1 play at shortstop, as did Tinker. ; ,lttt.r ,,.ft..it anJ ,)t unti tj.e tliird ;and guide the team ot, th- tield. H-t-I y strt.uh out tl;t.ir arm!1 . zog outlines team to t!ie liiv I.I. :w i f -. wiui. in board of dire, tors and a,,tl Puli iu a vi'-tiry. 1 I rw ..I.. . 1 .J- . .t. I . , - . mx ... . i i i i iii-iiiiv iii ii r rv ijruui. i j liify nrrr a num. - . j Ticker's fcUirtsor fa:d h beiieveJ lover the Cross (ountrys, coupled wltn : n in a fast, daihi:ip team, much m Uie!a double trimming of the KeHables by ; ntrli K-iit t from I.inroln to the ef- ZZ ; b,w a football toaui is ineligible. Dick's ill 2224 j ytatus depends upon whether Leander Clark college was a college from the athletic standpoint in 1910. It is re- as practicaly certain that the Hfi Vin" romrn1tl-e wilt rule it U':m amoriuge. aiasa.. Jec. 19 -t l.arles j llot an,i Ueclare Dick eligible. E. Brickley of Everett, a member oft . . the last two Harvard football teams. BADGER FIVE SWAMPS was elected captain of the 1914 eleven TUrr on nix TCHUH yesterday. Brickley came to Harvard ! 1 Mt DtLUI I I tAM from Phillips-Exeler Academy three j Madison. Wis.. Dec. 19. Wisconsin years ago. Iast season and again defeated Beloit college last night in a during the season just close-! he was the most prominent member of the Harvard eleven. His field goals were the only points which Harvard scored against either Princeton or Yale- this year. He is 21 years old. SCRAPS OF SPORT II poorly played game of basketball by 45 to 14. The college boys put up a plucky light, but could not cope with the varsity. Smith starred for Wis consin and Eldred played best for Beloit. j order of the New York National I league, of. which he was a member be I fore going to dnclr.na'i. but added he I had no trades or saies in mind at pres- ent. U-nnir is and wa- horn in Raltl- 11 is u rraix,tP of Marvlaml jmtiesi in m iaKuc uuu th Cubs, placed the latter in a th: with the Wii hnien for first place. Moline Si.il! Winning. Moline put it over on the Colts for three successive times. There is now CUISTS TO PLAY FOR A PURSE OF $2,000 So confident f.s George .Sutton, the ey match Detroit, defeated Toton-1 "'a' '''o.inj.bi , uiai n;- can ii'-n-ai : to 2, last night. j WHiam P. Hoppe, world's halkline t-harnpion. that he has accepted the Steps leading m the organization of ! "U"r I"-opo8itlon matle by Hope 's i Detroit. Mich.. Dec. 19. In an ice '1.1.,.. . , 1. i e . . , . ... I 1.1. ( to. J...S1.P, . j Van Etrr. Steinhaur ; more. . imtviTsii v and aJter a siiort minor , 1 , i. m,., It'll be honii race I ager McGraw for ti.e New York club. " nJ l;e orite expres- with which he played in lV.s and 1. , ln an? one of the Fx bePl hel' He a traded to the Boston National , 'f- A he . , ... . ..... .... Appended are the figures of last ' league iea:n aim j'ijeu win h.l in-ui 'through the season of K'10 and about j evening games: 'h.-t of Th season of 1911 when he! Stock Leaders was brought back to New York by a ideal made for him by McGraw. i Th New York ".eader recently made 1 . tmriit fnr him with Cincinnati in ; Kitty which the New York club gave Her- !J"nnjn log and Catcher Hartley fcr Out-! "mer fielder Bob Bencher. ; Totals Cross Countrys I StarV I FIVE BEATS MILLIKEN Joe wki, Urbaca. 111. Dee. 19 Illinois de- Huccktedt ifeated James Milliken university at ; Hermr.n Wich .. I .. .. . . . ! T II Vl-1!. I rbana la--t tight. i to iv, in a siow.-- game. The score at half time stood j 13 to 1 ln favor of the Orange and ' Total. Blue, but substitutes weakened the1 Cub lineup in the second period. Wii i i- -Mueller ford and Duner pia; ed weii for Iili- Collins colt while Miller a- tb visitors' Han-.pton star. Uoantree a new polo clu'i were taken at a meet-j jtenms are getting down to business, j UR a- the Hotel Sherman in Chicago, before the season w h n several local nthusiasts of the sport reached a decision to obtaiu grounds and build a clubhouse. into the lirst edition. Ebbets and Robinson are on a western trip to Columbus and Indianapolis, possibly to dispose of some of the surplus tal ent which the rules will not allow th Infants to carry all noxt season. Delays Meeting9 to Sunday. So Ebbets telegraphed Tinker to meet him at Indianapolis the Dent son hotel, to be specific either on Sat urday or Sunday. Joe had a banquet engagement for Saturday night, and no mere $10.000 if he gets it could interfere with a banquet, so Tinker replied he would be In the I loonier city on Sunday, prepared to listen pleasantly to any noise that sounds like $10,000. "I have not changed my views as to preference for Chicago," said Tinker. "Mr. Ebbets knows that. But if any one wants to give me $10,000 I'll not refuse. It's a new experience. I'll ask a three year contract, but I'll not in sist on that. The thing that must bo large and real is the certified check. I want the check put up or binding as surance from Mr. Ebbets that I will get it. Then he'll find me the? nicest little shortstop be ever saw to do busi ness with. If 1 don't get it, that's an other thing again. Must Be Satisfied First. "I'll not go anywhere until I am satisfied, and unless 1 am satisfied I'm not worth a cent to the Cincinnati club in a sale or a trade. In this new plating business of mine I've learned something about brass." President Murphy of the Cubs was perfectly willing to converse on tlu Tinker matter so long as ho was on the receiving end of the conversation, but not a weird would he utter into tho transmitter. He followed to the let ter instructions from President Ehbels to keep out of the discussion. The visit to the Cubs offices, how ever, brought for the information that the main body of the Cubs probably v ill not leave for Tampa until several days later than last m-nson. which whs Peb. 15. This is to conform to tho probablo opening of tho hoiihoii cm April 14. instead of April 10. as ln 1913. The west sido boss thinks the train ing season was long enough, possibly a little, too long. Manager Evers discuesed with his chief tho advisability of taking tho pitchers and some of the recruits to Tampa in advance of the main party, but no decision was reached. PLANT JUICE GIVES RELIEF JHIUEOIATELY POCK ISLAND LADY CIVES STRONG RECOMMENDATION FOR THE NEW VEGE TABLE TONIC. Mm. J. H llalshruk of 704 Ninth Avenue, in Hock Island found quic k re lief by the use of Plant Juice and makes tin: following statement about it: "I have used Plant Juice for nervous debility and It lias done me so mu'li ILLINOIS BASKETBALL 1 2 ..132 206 . . 165 155 ..179 19 . .19 146 .152 163 ..57 S59 .173 200 .161 144 .17t 146 .151 164 .172 12S ,MS 792 .106 197 ..165 IsO .136 161 .205 152 Kansas City, Ml. Deo. 19. Tn the second game of their match last night Johnny Kling defea:t-I "Cowboy" Wes- 3 Total , ton 15o to the earnc score as tin l&l 519t first block, whih Kling won. The 141 461 ' count for the two nights' play is: in :r,(i t -1 . . ti- - .. i -1 tsi ' J rutry or the first week in March. IP- l alrc&dv has reee'ved a bid from the 1.5 i.i- De troit. M.ch.. Dec Vj. Freddie Hamilton c.'uh, which Is willing u, , Duffy cf Boston took an awful beating: fctage the match in a local room, or if manager and will play for a purse of $2,'0u. ' Sut'on challcneed Hoppe to play i 1.500 points at 1V2 in Chicago early in I March for $25o a side. Hoppe. balked 1 rood that 1 want to tell you about it. j on thi.s. hut said he- was willing to play ' My stomach distresse d me and I wa4 I for $1,000 a side. Sutton last niclit no-' very nervous, weak and ii a run down tified Hoppe that he would play for condition. Plant Juice gave mo lin thiB amount, which is the biggest stake; mediate relief, my stomac h troubles llaycd for in this country for a num- and nervousness have; compbtedy lls ; ber of years. jarpearerd and I feel mue-h stronger, j The Chicaoan suggested that the .' Women w ho MifTe-r an I did should '.match be; i.layed the,- last week In Peb-1 surely use Plant Jule:e. 22 2538 from Billy Wagner of Chicago at Wind- 11 134 13S 1C3 215 553 439 460 4S0 525 S33 2461 I - - - " '"u- j one 'S re". fi:j.iiu.iui:, o j'lay .-t in i.n j sor last night, but managed to stay tho dining room of the club. ; eight-round limit. Waentr pummeled ; in addition to the purse of ?2.0Vi it j Duffy at will and had the Boston lad j de :rs?ood that the wir.n'-r will take j in a bad way at the close. j -,,. ,,,-t j.;ite recap's. Sutton e-ipw-s i m b i ; T.rornrit rfes r-or.se from Houne j Minneapolis, Minn.. Dec. 19. The : ar,-j to settle th date s and location spirit and want to cry w ithout kno.v j board of athletic control of the Vriiver-! BOon after- why, will find quick relie f in Plan : sity of Minnesota at a meeting yester-j jday decided hy a unar.irnous vote that! London The Liverpool Journal of Women have found Plant Juice te he prae tie ularly adapted to their nee el and have not b'-e-n slow to endorse it and tell others about It. Plant Juleej i. a vegetable remedy free from all harmful ingredients and women who s'.ffer with T.e.Tveiurne-K.i, nervous debili ty, a feeling e,f lassitude, have ne ap-tite-. sl'-en badly and wake up tire-1 and worn out. feel depressed, with low 202 171 203 151 563' hf-re would lie no football game w ::h ! Commerce says a severe Atlantic rate 516 Carlisle in 1914. The board was of-i war is imminent. All Briti.-:h and con- o00 flcially notified that the net receipts tinental line.-s are preparing to meet aOS'for the Minnesota Chicago foo jail j the Hamburg-American's cuL lant Juice. It has helped others ana will help you. Por sale at the Ballard Drug & Dental Co., lOt West Second street In Davenport; the New Harper HiB.f Pharmacy in R'jck Island; E. Jericho & Co., In Moline. (Adv.;