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THIS ABGUS, MON AY, NOVEMBER 9r
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UP BIG SCORE
West Liberty High School Loses
to Locals Saturday
45 and 0.
BOCK ISLAND IN FAST FORM
Goal in Danger Bat Once During
the Contest Story of the
Kock Island high school Saturday
day afternoon defeated the aggrega
tion of football pluyers representing
West Lilberty high school by a score
of 43 to 0.
The whole Kock Island team flay
ed line ball and tbe local goal was in
dangor uly uuee. Tlii'.l was Jii t lie
last half when Hock Island had taken
some f its bc.'-t players cut mid put
in substitutes, but before the visitors
eouIJ score time was called.
The game began with the visitors
kicking off. , Wilson kicked . the
sphere " t-the " yenrd line. Souders
got. the ball and , advanced it for 10
yards before he 'was downed. Then
Sulli;iu made a gain for 5 yards
through center. Liitt made a gain for
20 yard:-: and Sullivan wns pushed over
the jline for ft lie first touchdown.
Graves kicked goal. After the. first
touchdown Hock Inland kicked off.
Anderson lifted the sphere for 'M
anls. Then Kock Island was penal
ized 5 yards for and offside play. Now
came the best gain of the day, Sou
ders getting" the ball and with the
aid of the team he succeeded in break
ing through the line and making a run
of -40 yards for a. touchdown. Then
(raves again kicked goal. The next
two touchdown:-, were made very eus-
ily. Adanison kicked off and the ball
went to the 30 yard line.
A t'urloa. Nrrlmine.
A. fierce scrimmage followed, --.in
which the West Liberty line was bro
ken and Sullivan went over the line
for the. third touchdown. Graves
again kicked goal. The next touch
down came as handily as the preced
ing one. After the ball was kicked
T and West Liberty lost it the Kock
Island boys never stopped until they
had another touchdown and goal
Kock Island again kicked off, Ad
amson sending the ball over the goal
line, and with some superior playing
Kock Island scored a safetj-, making
the result the first half 26 and 0.
In the second half after a few
minutes plaj- Kock Island sent T.iitt
over the line for another touchdown
but Graves failed to kick goal, and
tlie score stood. 31 and O. Then Kock
Island scored another safety, which
made the score 33 and 0. T.efore the
farn'e ended (Irittiths ',- made art end
run for ( yards for a touehdowa,
Souders went over the line for a
touchdown also and Graves kicked
both goals, bringing the score 45 to 0.
The lineup o. the teams was as
KOCK ISLAND. WEST LII5EKTY.
McManiis left end Nicholas
Khrhorn left tackle Wilson
Cozad left half Wilkinson
Coleman center.. Smith
Morrison ....right guard MeCaw
Grave right tackle Aikens
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Coeoanut candy, per lb.. 10c.
Yankee peanut candy, per lb., 10c.
Chewing cream candy, all flavors,
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Chocolate drops, per lb., 15c.
We have installed for the benefit
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Land of Plenty
A look descriptive of Old Virginia
homes and farm lands in the "Sunny
South" will be mailed free to any ad
dress ion application to the under
signed. On the first and third' Tuesday of
ench;month the j
Bi& Four Route
will-sell round trip tickets to many
points in the south and southeast at
greatly reduced rates; also, one-way
tickets to practically the same terri
tory on the same dates at one-half
the tegular rate, plus $2. Full infor
mation furnished on application.
ALLEN M. NYE, T. P. A.,
Oont Be Fooledi
. Take th genuine, rlglaal "
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Mads only by Madtfon MjdU
cine Co., Madison, Wis. It
keep you well. Our trad,
mark cut on eah packa?..
Price, 35 cent. N.ver ol4
In bulk. Accept tie tubif
tut. Ask irovr ruggit
Griffiths ..-..right end...... Romaine
Adamson quarter Black
Sullivan ......fullback Kandall
Souders . right half Smith
Liitt left half Aiders
Officials Umpire. Jahns referee,
Hamilton; timekeepers, Chetbarter
andCare; linesmen, Livingston and
Davenport 37. Mareocro O,
The Davenport high school football
team defeated Marvngo by the score
of ;J7 to 0 Saturday. Coach Littig
used his substitutes freely and play
ed Capt. Crans at every position but
Molls Winn Ton.
Monmouth high school lost to Mo
line on the latter's gridiron , Sat urday
17 and 0.
The Kecon.l team. of Iowa university
scheduled to play here next Saturday
with Augnstona has cancelled the
date. Bradley institute team, of Pe
oria, meets Augtistuiia here next Fri
' Kock Island and Mr. line high schools
play here next Saturday.
The West End football team de
feated the Bennetts Sunday by a
s.eovp of 10 to 0, and. after five min
utes rest were tlefeated by the Tower
Lights by a eore of 5 to 0. The West
Ends .challenge any team in the tri
cLtLeK iit 145 pounds. . . . -
Marshall Field Chicago. 17 Haskell.
Madison, Wis. Wisconsin, 53; Osh
Ann Arbor. Mich. Michigan 3";
Ohio -State, 0.
St. Louis, Mo. Washington, 0; Mis
Philadelphia, Pa. Howard, 17 Penn
Washington. 1). ('. Carlisle, - '-'S;
Ithiea. N. Y. Cornell, 0; Lehigh. 0.
Princeton, N. .1. Princeton. U ; La
Annapolis, Md. Washington and
Jefferson, 16; Navy, 0.
New Haven, Crnn. Yale, 30; Syra
' MiiNletown, Conn. Wesley tin, CpG;
Trinity, 11. ' '
Williamstown, Mass. Williams. 0;
Waterville, Me. Colby, 11; How
West Point, N. Y West Point, 5S;
Manhattan, 0. r .
Amherst. Mass. Dartmouth, 18;
Providence, 11. I. Brown, 24; Ver
Marshall Field University, 11; Ar
Evanston, 111. Northwestern. 10;
Morgan Park, 6.
Culver, 1 ml. Culver, M. A. Engle
wood, canceled. ,
' Chicago, 111. Hyde Park, 6; West
Kock Island Kock Island, 45; West
Moline Moline, 17; Monmouth, 0.
Davenport Davenport, 37; Maren
HAVE A CAR BARN ROBBER
Alfred Berrer, Held at Monmouth. Is Posi
tively Identified. '
Alfred Berger, the man who was re;
cently arrested for having a hand in
the bank robbery at Berwick, III., and
who is now in jail at Monmouth
awaiting trial, has been positively
identified as one of the gang that per
petrated the notorious car barn rob
bery at Chicago the past summer,
lames Teeling, a conductor oh the
street railway who saw the gang, is
positive that Berger is the man want
ed. It is not likely that he will be
tried on the charge of murder in con
nection with the car barn crime for
some years, as the Monmouth author
ities are not disposed to give him up,
and he will undoubtedly lie convicted
for a term of years for breaking into
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed assignee
of the Kock Island Furniture com
pany, a corporation of the state of
Illinois doing business at the city of
Kock Island, in Kock Island county?
Illinois, and all persons holding any
claim or claimsiigainst paid company
are hereby notified to present the
same to the undersigned under oath
or affirmation within three months
from this date whether said claims
are due or not. All persons indebted
to said company are requested to
make prompt payment to the under
signed. Dated Kock Island, 111., Oct. 31, A.
CENTIiAL TKUST& SAVINGS BANK,
A Story of the Street.
A prominent physician met - the
president of the Central City Cereal
Coffee company on the street a short
time ago, and said: "Well, I have just
recommended a patient of mine . to
use your cereal coffee.' The patient
in question is suffering from stomach
trouble and the physician knew. just
the thing to prescribe fdr him.jTo
begin with? if the patient had not
used coffee or tea when he was well
and strong he would probably never
have had stomach trouble, but now
that he has the terrible affliction- be
does well to get a good physician,
give up the use of coffee, and drink
Mocon Cereal Coffee. Jt is always
best for the sick, but even "better for
the strong and healthful. Mocon,
man's best drink, is a nerve support
er and a tissue builder. It may be
had of .any firsi-elass grocer. , .
All the news all the.tme -..'the
HOLLAND IN CITY
New President of Three-Eye
Here for First Visit Since
AUDITING COMMITTEE MEETS
Tranafer of Executive Office May
be Deferred Till
M. H. Holland, of Bloomington, new
ly elected president of the Three-Eye
bat.ebail league, is in the city today,
coming to attend a meeting cf the
league auditing committee, of which
he is a member. II. E. Cast eel, of Kock
Island, and J. T. Hayes, of Davenport,
are the other members of the com
mittee. The meeting is held to audit
the accounts f the league before
they are transferred over to the new
executive. Mr. Holland stated today that, as
yet, he had given little attention to
the business f his new- position, his
time having been occupied almost en
tirely with his private affairs. How
ever, he hoped ' from now on to keep
in close touch with the league busi
ness and give as good account of him
self as his ability will allow.
He is pleased with the outlook over
the league, and believes the coming
year will compare with any in the
history of the organization. Mr. Hol
land said he had not definitely made
up his mind whether to assume the
office of presidency at this time, or
defer the transfer.
Notes of Sport.
The clubs of the Southern league
will receive .4.750 cash f r the men
drafted and that much more if they
make good in fast company.
Cy Young pitched his first game in
a major league 13 years ago for
Cleveland against the Chicago team.
Only two other players who were in
that game are now engaged in base
ball activity Zimnier, the Philadel
phia manager, and Malachi Kitter
edge, the Washington backstop.
Dubuque, Nov. D. The directors of
the Dubuque team of the Three-Eye
league will hold a fair to raise funds
to maintain the club next season. They
expect to realize between $2,000 and
$3,000 in this way. A majority of the
players have been secured for next
season ami will le ordered to report
early in the spring for practice. ,
Dubuque, la., Nov. 9. Tom Loftus,
manager of the Washington American
league team has signed Arthur Hille
brand. conceded to be the greatest
college pitcher "in the country, who
played with the Flandreau team of
the Iowa-South Dakota league, la.st
season. Loftus feels confident that
hisi 'enrn will be iirft-li stronger next
season ami will undoubtedly land in
the first division.
Springfield papers announced a
game of ball for yesterday afternoon
in that city between two local teams,
one of which was to be captained by
Frank Donnelly, the former Kock Isl
and manager. Meek anil Pat Wright,
both of whom were members of Don
nelly's team, will wear Springfield
uniforms next season.
Nov. J "Maloney's Wedding."
Nov. 11. Warde and James in "Alex
ander the Great." -
Nov. 13. "Mrs. Wiggs, of the Cab
Nov. 14. "Burned at Sea," matinee
Nov. 15. "Under Southern Skies."
"An Orphan's Prayer" was heard
by a full house at the Illinois last
night. Nettie Coursey was the or
phan. She played her part very clev
erly. The piece was elegantly staged,
but the company, aside from Miss I)e
Coursey, was weak.
"Maloney's Wedding" takes place
this evening at the Illinois. Maloney
promises a good time to his guests.
Louis .lames and Frederick Warde
will be seen Wednesday in a new he
role drama entitled "Alexander the
Great," in which the contending ele
ments are insatiable ambition, ro
mantic and self-sacrificing love and
covetous envy, which entails a tragic
finale. The last named quality is
typified in the character of Perdiccas,
which will be played by Mr. Warde,
a crafty, cunning, merciless states
man, who would betray anyone, man
or woman, to further his own selfish
schemes. Alexander, the greatest
military genius recorded in history,
who is made to appear in the play as
being too magnanimous to suspect
the motives of Perdiccas, on whom he
bas just bestowed political honors,
will be assumed by Mr. James. The
play is said to be replete with stirring
incidents, interspersed with scenes
of martial pomp and royal pageants,
and tempered by the charm of exqui
site romance. Managers Wagenhals
& Kemper, according to report, have
spared neither money nor ingenuity
in making "Alexander the Great" one
of the most notable spectacular
dramas of recent years. The costumes
designed typify the "Varied 'customs
and dress in many of the ancient civi
lizations, notably those of Greece,
Persia. Egypt and India. While elab
orate in each Instance, two ojF the
scenes have engendered the most en
thusiastic comment." One' of them
'selves. Alexander's besieging ! army
outside the walls of Mallia, and gives :
a vivid idea of the great catipults, bat
tering rams and other weapons of
ancient, warfare, and the other,
among the glasijjj'--. of tbe mi.uniain
lps above the c?ot.d, in a state of
mutiny at their prol.T.ijci! exile from
home. It is here that Alexander
having conquered practically all the
known people of the e:!rth, imagines
that he has arrived at the end of the
world and, as history informs u,
weeps because his still unsatisfied
ambition has nothing left to feed up
on. Be finds consolation in love, the
only satisfy ing emotion to which hu
manity is heir. He is cheated of love's
reward however, by death, which is
finally brought about by hfk hidden
Mrs. Langfry will visit Chicago for
the first time in several years this
week.. opening an engagement which
is to endure a fortnight at the Illi
nois, this evening. She comes support
ed by her own Imperial theatre com
pany, hep leading man being a for
mer Chicago favorite, Paul Arthur,
who has made his theatrical home in
London of late. Mrs. langtrys play
is a new and original three act com--dy
by Percy Fendell, "Mrs. Deer
'ng's Divorce." The plot tells how
Mrs. Deering has divorced her hand
some husband, an officer in the Brit
ish army, without exactly knowing
why. Her spouse has been guilty of
a trifling indiscretion, it is true, but
there has been no serious misunder
standing, and Mrs. Deering realizes,
after the court's decree, that she is
not any happier in fact, is less hap
py than before her drastic action.
The first act shows her sitting room,
whither Capt. Deering has come to
pay a friendly call. At that time
comes a letter from a quixotic spinster
whom Mrs. Deering does not know,
saying that she is engaged to Capt.
Deering, and intends to call and find
out something about his habits, mode
of life, etc. And she does. Capt.
Deering is hustled into an adjacent
room during. the interview and cannot
fail to hear all the two women say
about him. Mrs. Deering receives her
caller Suzannah Verner is her
name politely and gives her ex-husband
as good a "character" as she
can. In fact, she overdoes it, and the
wily Suzannah easily becomes appriz
ed that the beautiful divorceestill loves
her former husband. Thereafter she
dors all in her power to bring the
couple together again, and is finally
successful, though for a Jim sbe
fails, because Mrs. Deerjng in a pique
engages, herself to another man. 'i he
second act shows the town house of
Jjnrd Granpicr, where a bridge whist
party is in progress, and when Capt.
and Mrs. Deering have some highly in
teresting discussions, and the last act
is the trving on room of a fashionable
Li ndon dressmaker.
"Kobert Emmet, the Days of 1S03,
which will be presented at the Illinois
theatre Saturday, Nov. 28, is reported
to be one of the strongest attractions
that J. Wesley Kosenquest has yet
sent on the road. This is saying a
great deal for the piece, when it is
remembered that such prominent at
tractions as "Ihue Jeans," "New Eng
land Folks'," and other successes were
directed from his office. The cast
lontains many well-known names
and is headed by Kobert Conness, who
has Jong since won his spurs as a
leading man. In the role of Ireland's
favorite patriot, Mr. Conness is said
to find ample scope for the display of
his graceful personality and artistir
training as an actor of romance. Mag
nificence in scenic effects and cos
turning bring the production up to
the high standard of Manager Kosen
quest's New York theatre, where the
piece had a successful run of over 150
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