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CQXIIIB FAUS TO
TONIGHT AS i(!DICATED BY A.
LARGE ADVANCE SALE TICKETS
Greet Card li Offered with Cessls-
key verses O'Keefe aad Henry
Teraot Cllnore,
- TOMGHT8 IARII.
Tommy romlskey, HU Paul,
st-.. ?, iM-anlt O'Keefe, 10 rounds
'at 145.
. Kddl Gilmore, Moline, vs.
" ATn Henry, Kock Inland,
roands at IU pound.
!. Young Merman, .Moline, vs.
Frank hanMin, Mollne, 4 round
; St 1 pounds
rmmell ritiean. Rock Island,
v. leuriit loiell, Kork Inland,
,. 4 roundH at 122 pound.
If Unities mart promptly at
o'clock and will he run off
rapidly. .
With the Urgent advance sale of
tickets ever enjoyed by the pro-
i motfr for a boxing match in Rock
.Inland reported, the Empire rlnkl
'vwill be packe.1 with a struggling'
. ''-mass of humanity tonight with fans 1
;, to enjoy the star attractions thatj
have been booked. i
Tommy Comiskcy of St. Paul and .
av Dennis O'Keefe of Chicago will bat-j
. ler-away at eacn otner ior iu
rounds, probably less. Kach man
Is known to be the possessor of a
terrible wallop and a lucky punch
,-' by either may end hostilities sooner
) '.t.lun the fans will be expecting.
t Tom Henry and Eddie Gilmore in
, the seml-windup of six rounds
4 should provide a thrill. This bout
,.. has been attracting more attention
" than any previous seml-windup af
fair, due lo the fact that Henry Is
"'-one of Kock Island's football Idols.
The football fans are going to turn
out In droves to see him break Into
' the padded mitt game.
. . Young Norman of Moline and
Frank Hasson of Moline are sclied
" ''uled to travel four rounds as the
, second preliminary. This should
?:8erve to whet the appetites for that
to follow. ,
Kmmett Shean and Young Powell
. are taking the place of Arthur
".Iielko ami Young Meyers on the
rerdasths first preliminary. These
two boys are rapidly coming for
ward. The tans like lo see either
man In the ring, but both of them
toge her form a treat,
the official was one of O'Keefe's
rearln' to go. There is no love
wasted between the two men and It
will be a cane of each trying des
perately to gain a decisive and un
questioned advantage. The men
. are eaid to tie good, willing mixers
-who never lag. Each Is confident
of being returned the victor.
Comlskey has been training es
pectally hard for this encounter.
He?.8 L811'.1!!1111!?- ?art"7s
as Mike Gibbons. Billy Miske, Mike
O'Dowrt Hnd a few others of the
kingpin men of the ring game.
. O'Kcefe states he always is in fit
condition for anything that comes
along and that tonight's bout will
settle the dispute as to which is
J' the better man. O'Keefe claims
shades in both of his previous
7 mixes with the St. Tsui boy, but
Harry I.ennon, manager of Comis
key, claims one victory for his
charge.
Plspnle Over Referee,
There has been a dispute over
the selection of a referee. The Co
- mlskey forces refused to agree to
, a man picked by the O'Keefes on
..'the ground that they had their way
f Jwlce before. Lennon claims that
'the refereelng of the last bout in
'Waterloo was decidedly against his 1
man and that he later discovered
Comlskey and O'Keefe are both
buddies at the Great Lakes.
, This time, however, he has held
c out for a man of his own choice,
and It Is probable that Babe Mean
er will be the third man In the
ring. Mickey Fierce may be agree
, able to both also,
i
BEDFAST EVERY
WHITER; STOMACH
TROUBLE GONE
; Un. Mershon Found Speedy
Relief Alter 18 Years'
Suffering.
. 1 bad suffered from stomach trou
'' Me for ID years, and had spent hun
dred of dollar doctoring. Every
winter I waa bedfast most of the
- time. I commenced taking Milks
Emulsion latt fall, and before I had
- takes sis bottles, my stomach trou
ble disappeared and I have had no
r return of it eince. This is the first
...winter in 1ft years that I have not
been btdfaet. I aleo give Milks
Kntulsion to the children for croup,
with snlendid resulte."' Mrs. W. 0.
llershon, Bratil, lad.
Thousands of people who have suf
- fend for veers from stomach and
' .bowel troubles, as Mre. Mershon did,
hate found the tame wonderful re-
lief and lasting benefit from Milks,
' Kmulsion.
i Milks Emulsion is a pleasant, nu
tritive food and a corrective medi
' eiae. It restores healthy, 'natural
bowel action, doing away with all
' need of pill and physic. It pro
1 mote appetite and quickly puts t ha
a digestive organs in ehape to aaumi
- late food. A a builder of flesh and
t" strength. Milk Emnteion i rtrpngly
t recommended to thoee whom sickness
S has weakened, and is a powerful aid
! in resisting and repairing the effects
of wastine disease. Chronic stom
i aeh trouble and constipation are
j ncomptlT relieved usually in one day.
i -This 1 the only olid emulsion
3 saade, and to palatable that it i
eaten with a spoon like ice cream.
No matter how sever your yeas,
I you are urged to try Milks Emulsion
under this piarantee Take six bot
t tie home with you, ue ".according
; to directions and If not satisfied wltt
L ts remit, yon money will M
a promptlT refunded. Frjce 00c and
fliO per bottle. The Milks Em
afasY CoTTene Haute, lad. Bold b)
': dnopata aTerywhsra.
GROViD RIUK
Fight Results
BOSTON, MASS.
.. Earl Caddock of Iowa, heavy
weight wrestling champion, defeat
ed "Cyclone" Burns, this city. In
two successive falls. ,
JiEW ORLEANS, LA.'
Pete Herman of New Orleans,
bantamweight champion, knocked
out Johnny Ritchie of Chicago in
the eighth round of a scheduled 10
round "no decision" bout
(HICAGO.
Marin Plestina of Chicago defeat
ed Henry Ordeman of Minneapolis
two straight falls.
KENOSHA, WIS.
Bill Brennan of Chicago out
pointed Bartley Madden of New
York in a 10-round "no decision"
contest.
CARPENTIER IS
ANXIOUS TO BE
IN WORLD RING
Paris, Wednesday, Jan. 7.
Georges Carpenticr is willing to
give concessions in the matter of
weight in order to meet Jack
Dempsey, Descamps. Carpentier's
manager, stated tonight to the As
sociated Press. Descamps said he
was willing to split the $400,000
purse offered by James Coffroth on
a basis of 60 per cent for the win
ner and 40 per cent for the loser.
"Carpentier is willing to journey
to a strange land, face an exotic
climate, give away from 25 to 30
pounds in weight and accept a split
of 60-40 of Mr. Coffroth's offer,"
said Descamps. "We had intended
to demand a 60-50 split, but are
willing to accept a C0-40 division
in order to show this is not merely
a money-making proposition, but
also a sporting event. We will en
deavor to give American sportsmen
a real championship battle.
TRACK MEN ELECT
OFFICERS FOR '20
Kewanee, 111., Jan. 8. The Cen
tral Illinois Trotting and Pacing
association, in annual session here
today, elected officers, as follows:
President, Theodore Boltenstern.
Cambridge: vice president, G. C.
! Bowers, Aledo; secretary. John P.
Brady, Kewanee. The circuit in
eludes Princeton, Kewane, Aledo.
Knoxville, Wyoming, Cambridge
and JoHlyn.
Cured
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Tonnger Since Piles
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PRINCIPALS WHO WILL BOX
TONIGHT AT EMPIRE RINK
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O'Keefe femlskey
nv,tt. a
Dr. HALEY
Specialist in Chronic
Diseases of Men, Women
and Children
Date of Next Visit to
ROCK ISLAND
at the Harper House
Saturday, Jan. 10
:, Sunday, Jan. 11
Monday, Jan. 12
Honrs 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
(Return Every 28 bays)
CHBOMC DISEASES ABE TREAT
ED AS FOLLOWS
Stomach, Liver, Heart, Lungs,
Rheumatism, Deafness, Catarrn.
Leg Ulcers, Nse, Throat, Children
Diseases, Varicose Veins and
Chrorlic Diseases of Women, Nerv
ous Diseases; also Chronic Diseases j
oi tne necium. we aa cot treat
acute cases.
Kidney or Bladder Trouble.
Bring a small bottle of urine along
for special examination.
Glasseh If your eyes are giving
you trouble, wa will be glad to test
then and advise yon what to do, or
it you need glasses we will lit same.
Qualifications (1) six years in
general practice; (?) Eight years
in practice of Chronic Diseases;
13) 18 years in Illinois; (4) Li
censed (by examination) to prac
tice medicine and susgery in mi.
aols by State Board of Health; (6)
Former President Oelvldere Board
o Health, Belvldere, 111.; (6) Vis
ited your town and surrounding
towns for the last eight yeara.
FREE fXAMIMATIOM, COXSCL.
IATI0N, ADVICE,
Remember You a,r given a
thorough examination free of
charge. So matter it you have beaa
treated before and failed to get wall
it might bo of Talus to yon to see
us get our opinion of tne eaao be
fore giving up all none,
Onr Terms Wa do not n.
charge nor do wa do one mt
trails'. However, the exasilnatlaa,
consultation and advice Is absolute.
ly fret, .
Bank Befereaeev-Peorla or conn,
try banks if desired,
Permanent address t 1111 Ql
dal avenue. Peoria, UL Telephone
(Old Phone) Mala Mia.
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BENGSTON'S
sad Ave. and 17th St, Rock Island
tit JSth Street, Xollne
Public Auction
Thursday, Jon. 15
Commencing at 1 O'clock Sharp v
At Scott County Home, Brady Street
Road, Davenport
40 HEAD PURE BRED 40
CHESTER WHITE BRED SOWS
12 head coming 2 years old, recorded, sired
by Billie Burke 18669, they are bred to Big Mer
cer, Record No. 19469, they will come in latter
part of February and first part of March, 1920.
20 ! erd of fine spring sows, sired by Expan
sion Pnd 1473, some are bred to Scott County
Pride, P.ecord No. 72278, and some to a DeWitt
boar, ve will give his number at day i of sale,
these sows will be recorded free of charge.
8 head pure bred spring sows, sired bv Ex
pansion Pride 19478, these.sows will not be re
corded, they are also bred to Scott County Pride
and the DeWitt boar.
All Cholera Immune
SCOTT COUNTY HOME
CHARLES CARSTENS, Steward
H. L. Wilcken, William
CANTON TO PUT
UP SCRAPPIEST
GAME OF YEAR
Bock Island Hifh and Tliltors An
neanee Opposing Lineups Which
Promise Lively Mix.
BT SPHEROID SLIM."
Tomorrow evening one of the
scrappiest and best basketball
games ever pulled off in this vicin
ity will bo played in the Y gym be
tween Rock Island high school and
Canton. . The Cantonltes are report
ed to have a strong team and are
confident of victory as are also the
local shooters.
The contest will start tomorrow
with both teams on about the same
basis. Canton has the edge on the
Islanders in experience, having al
ready played four games but the
fact that the locals are fighting on
their own floor makes the matter
about even. Canton invades Rock
Island with a wonderful record,
hav'ng this season defeated Elm
wood, runners up in the Galesburg
tournament, twice and Peoria Man
ual, last year's champion of the
central district. The down state
team has been practicing through
the football season and are In the
finest' shape possible.
Negley and Campbell are the
principal point getters for the
visitors. The former playing for
ward is a crack shot and Coach
Klmmel will have to have his
Klmmel will have to have his guards
bell plays center and with the help
of Ms long reach is a demon at
tossing the ball through the loop.
Devalt, forward, and Berry and
Simon, guards, complete the outfit.
All of these men are top-notcher3
watch this man closely. Camp-
it's hardest to come out ahead.
Locals Better.
Although Canton has a whirlwind
team the locals are confident of
starting the game with a better
one. Henke, star center, is without
a peer In the gentle art of fighting
for the ball under the basket and it
would be wise if the Canton coach
provided his center with a pair of
stilts if he wants him to out-jump
"Dude." Henke has played a whirl
wind game in every contest so far
this year and is one of the Island
ers' main stays when it comes to
getting points. His .11 around play
ing has attracted much attention al
ready and the Islanders' chances
for a mighty team will depend upon
him a good deal:
Other point getters for the locals
are Captain Parks and Lofgren
Mfg. by
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Rock Island, 111.
Recommended by Barbers
and Hair Dressers.
IL00 and Me Bottles
Murray, Auctioneers.
Parks, an all-tournament man last
year, is rapidly getting into his old
time form and is expecting to throw
some of those long never mi vs
shots, which have made him fam
ous, in tomorrow's game. Parks, al
though not as beefy as it would be
liked, is a plucky player and a
crack shot and the locals depend
on him for a large share of the
baskets.' Lofgren, although be
played guard last year at Daven
port, is showing up well at forward
and covers the floor in the way that
is disastrous to his opponents. He
fights hard and in addition is a
stellar shot t
Star Guards.
In Duffln and Ohlweiler, Rock 13
land has a pair of guards that are
hard to beat. Both of these men
are veterans and fill their positions
with excellent form. Duffln, in ad
dition, is a shark at shooting bas
kets from down in guard territory
when every one else is covered uo.
Both of these men are scrappy
players under the basket and it will
be difficult for Canton to get the
ball off the back board and make a
basket.
Taking all things in, It looks Uk3
one of the best games that will
ever be played around here and any
one who passes it by will be miss
ing a battle that can't be equaled
anywhere.
WILDE TO MIX IT
WITH BABE ASHER
IN 8 ROUND BOUT
St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 8. -Jimmy
Wilde, British flyweight champion,
will make his second appearance
before the American public when
he meets Johnny "Babe" Asher,
bantamweight champion of the A
E. F., in a scheduled 8-round bout
here tonight.
The contest will be a no-decision
affair and will be held at the fu
ture City Athletic club. Wilde will
receive a 5,000 guarantee. Asher's
end will be 15 per cent of the re
ceipts.
$8.00 to $12 shoes now selling for
$6.00. Beautiful cloth tops for $5
at Bert's, 1816 Second avenue.
DRIVES 00T
RHEUMATISM
"Xeutrone Prescription 09'' for
rheumatism! Nothing like it in thexash
wide, world. It is a prescription that
everybody is talking about, and when
une taiirs n, it penetrates 10 tne
muscles and joints and quickly drives
out the causes of the painful troubles.
Druggists are selling a whole lot of
"Neutrone Prescription 99" to peonle
whn t,.. f.M . 1
who must have free and strong
muscles to support a vigorous body
for work.
ittc . -r, ... ,, ,
bet Xeutrone Prescription 99" for
"parr, stiff and oainful muarle anil
ioints. Get it to take nut tho
from those painful limbs. Use this
sure relief, not onlv for rheumatism
I... lv.A. i i j 1 .t
but to clear up the kidneys, make the
liver work and purify the blood. A
eek8, atSe,lt for Large.bot-
tie, $1.00. For sale by
A. .1. Rless. the drureisl. and leadine
Insists everywhere.
For Only Friday & Saturday
Great Savings in Every Department at the Siegel Stores in
Winter Wearing Apparel for Every Member of the Family.
Men's sanitary
union suits,
$3.00 values . . .
fleece lined
S1.89
ben union
ght, $3.00
$1.78
bed union
:iaht Z2S
Men's cotton rlbben union
suits, heavy weight, $3.00
values,
at
Men's cotton ribbed union
suits, medium weight, Z2S
values,
at
$1.19
d union
$2.39
Men's wool mixed
suits, 4.00 values,
at
Men's fleece or ribbed two-
ad two-
89c
piece underwear,
a garment
$3.00 union
made working
$1.95
pants
t,
$5.00 corduroy An Aj
pants at dat3
$8.00 fine trousers, dark ox
ford, heavy weight, Oi Qf
smooth finish, at. u)4.3
$10.00 pants, navy or brown.
all wool serges.
$6.95
at
$8.00 young men's
trousers.
all wool goods,
at
$4.45
$1.19
Boys' knee pants,
$2.00 values, at
Men's sleeveless
$2.00 values,
at
sweaters,
...65c
33 Off on a!l of Our Hen's Suits 2r.d Overcoats
Open Until 9 P. M. The Home of Lower Prices. Money Cheerfully Refunded
SIEGEL STORES
MIMIC BATTLE
NETS LEGION A
VICTORY, 89-11
In a sham battle staged by the
Rock Island American Legion's
basketball, team against a Canton
team of ex-soldiers, casualties were
few, but the slaughter was dread
ful. Withal, the scrimmage was a
good-natured one, and during the
last half took on the general ap
pearance of a basket-shooting drill,
with little opposition offered the
local shooters in their pastime.
The whole situation arose from
the fact that while once upon a
time the Canton men were fairly
good players, they have practiced
infrequently with poor facilities
this season, and have not met an
other team before. Add to this that
they were outclassed by weight,
and their condition is seen as it
was hopeless. .
At the end of the first half the
score was 37 to 9. One lucky field
goal was tossed in by Captain Hlp
pler, Geneseo's principal scorer,
the only counter marked up for
them in tht second half. During
the same period the Legion men
threw 26 baskets.
Lineups.
The lineups were as follows:
Rock Island Fosdick and At Ta
ber at forwards, Oak Smith at cen
ter, Morris and Heimbeck, guards;
substitutes, Durllng for Morris. Ed
Taber for Al Taber, Auld for Helm
beck (also changes in position).
Geneseo Hippler and Glawe for
wards, Bolte center, Hilmer and
Wallage guards.
Summary of score sheet: Field
goals Fosdick 10, Al Taber 7,
Smith 11. Heimbeck 1, Durllng 6,
Ed Taber 8, Auld 1, Hippler 3,
(Official Publication)
Report of the condition of
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
located at Rock Island, III.
Statp of Illinois, at tht rom of buMnPM
on lh 31st day of December, 1919. an
made to the Auditor of Public Af-oounis
of the Stale of Illinois, pursuant to law.
Rnonrrrt.
T.o,m anil discounts ,$1.3fl. 401.1
T.ibprty Joan borid J 13. :?1S. 3rt
Oniftcates of indpbtednesn. . lOO.OOO.UO
War uinr3 stamps 1.437.50
Oth:" bond- and aitockn .... 875,856.71
Iiankntg: house, furniture and
fixtures
Other real wdate
147.752.40
J5.f57.a
62.373.21
Pue from banks
j E'-hsnges. checks and collec
mpV :;:;:::::;:
18.635.91
210.00
i
Totil resonrces $2,844, l 81
Liabilities.
Capital stock tjaid in s aoo.ono.nn
s'"t1' 'uni 100.000.00
rndivitlpd profits ItieW . . . . 73.4."iO B7
ipoei 2.422.401 2
Due to baak
' dividends unpaid
1 Ketiervrd for taxes and in
j terest
I
3S.ne.o4
14.00
8.160.S1
! Total liabilities
2.844.142.81
1. K- T. Anderson, cashier of the Stale
Bnk Ro,'!t l!,lnd- 'o solemnly swear
! thst the above statement is true to the
best ot my knowledge and belief,
k. t. anderson. Cashier.
state of Illinois, county of Rock Island, ss:
Subscribed and sworn to before itw Ibis
Sth day of January, insn.
tSKALI C. R. CHAM BERLIN.
Notary Public.
Men's fine
suits, $9.00
values, at ..
all-wool union
$4.95
Men's all-wool worsted union
suits, $6.00
values, at . . .
$2.84
thirls and
$1.89
Men's all wool
drawers, $4.00
values, at
Ladies' fleeced ribbed union
bed union
$1.78
suits, $3.00
vslues, at . . .
Ladies' two piece underwear,
25 89c
Special Prices on Men's
and Boys' Pants
Men's heavy jumbo sweaters,
...V.,.r: $3.45
Men's fine cotton
sweaters at
$1.00
Men's heavy
$2.50 values,
Jersey shirts,
$1.00
at
Men's flannel pa
Jamas at
$1.95
Men's all wool dress gloves,
$1.25 values, rTf,
pair 79C
Men's silk finish gloves, very
good for dress,
$1.00 values, at DuC
Men's heavy all wool
50c
mitten, a pair
Bolte 1, Wallage 1. Free
ee tkrotJ
I.. PaZj
Al Taber 1. Hippler 1.. p.:7
fouls Fosdick 1, Al Taber taTi
beck 1. Durllng 1, Ed Taber 2, A
a, uiawe l, manage 1. TectataLJ.
Smith 1, Heimbeck 1. CUtTiJ
Hilmer L T"V
YANKEES TO TRACT
ATJACKSONVILU
New York, Jan. 8. Presife.
Jacob Ruppert of the New yw
Yankees last night received wm
from Harry Sparrow. btujBMa.
manager of the club, who it k
Jacksonville, Fla.. that an tr
ment has teen signed with q,
Jacksonville chamber of comment
whereby the Yankees and Brookbi
Robins will train at Jacksonvifc
next spiing. A schedule of exM.
tion games will be arranged for th
teams oy me cnamoer of
merce.
cos.
SWIM AT (HICAGO (LIB.
Chicago, Jan. 8. The first bitd
of Central A. A. U. indoor iwlij.
ming championships will b k.u
tonight at the I. A. C. where tkr
junior events for women and em
for men will be decided. A Bum.
ber of mermaids from MilwauW
ana fct. ixmis will compete in add
tion to local talent. Open contest,!
ror men ano women will be belli
between the championship contests
PACIFIC COAST PRICES TT.
San Francisco, Cal.. Jan. 8. Ad
mission prices to Pacific eowy
league games this year will folloil
me cost or living in an upwirtl
march, it became known today. TM
directors In meeting here decital
to maKe the charges 70 rents tori
grand stand and 40 cents fori
bleachers, war tax included.
STRONGMEN AMC
WOMEN WIN QUI
In business, at work, or at liosw,
vou must "make rood" or be a fail
ure. The healthy, red blooded mu t
woman tackles every task fearlesiW,
with joy and the "pop that wins.
Plentv of red blood, rirh in Im
and Phosphates, is needed if yw
would win in hie s hattle.
One of our leading doctors baa n
ten remarked, "Life is full of nen;
less failures, all because men
women do not keep their blood at:
nerves charged with rich Iron u
Phosphates ; there is no excuse for ttv
thousands of run-down, weak
nervous nicn and women when Plot
ptaated Iron, the Ked Blood ate
Xerve Builder, is within reach 0! all.
It will bring back the joy of livim
and doing; give yon rugged uealtt
strength and restful sleep."
If you are all run down, weak, th:n
or nervous. Phospliated Iron wilt
build you up and make vou (eel like
a live one; it never disappoints. No
matter what anyone says yon owe it
to vourself to take Phosphatei Irmi.
Try it and note for yourself how aittr
only a few days it increases ywr
health and strength one hundred per
cent.
Ask for Phospliated Iron Capsula,
and be sure you fret capsules, for
sale by
A. 3. Riess the dmraist.
Irussists everywhere.
and leafflnf
Boys' or girls' two piece un
derwear, QQ
each J7ly
Mieses Ribbed union
suits at
69c
Special assortment of men's
10c
Men's fine
silk lisle 9Qs
ies, pair. . arftV
sox, 50c value
Ladies' silk lisle hose, C p
$1.C0 values, at UtlV
Ladies' cotton hose,
35c values, pair
20c
Men's knit
20c values,
pair
working gloves,
10c
Men's winter
:e.r.si.25
$2.00 values,
Boys' corduroy
values,
at
suits. $12.00
...$7.85
Boys' suits, the newest mod
els, $15.00 flJO QC
values, st 00.7U
Boys' overcoats,
styles, $12.00
values, at
the Istest
$6.95
Men's duck
lined, $7.00
values, st ..
eoata, blanket
$3.95
Davenport
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