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THE ARGUS, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1908.
MAY NEfcD ATTENTION.
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GOES TO JOPLIN
Johnny Wanner Traded for Ed
munds, a Catcher With a
THIS DEAL IS VERIFIED
Has Been Hanging Fire on Player's
Consent New Man Hails from
Gulf Coast League.
Manager Louis Cook of the Island
's writes from his home at Quiucy
hat he has closed a deal by which
Second Baseman Johnny Wanner is
traded to Joplin, Mo., in the Western
issociation for Catcher Edmunds. It
ins been known here for some time
.hat such a trade was pending, being
dependent upon Wanner's consent.
The announcement from the manager
indicates that the player is willing to
so to Joplin, which is in a lower class
league than the Three-Eye, but which
plays a high class of ball.
Of Edmunds little is known here be
yond that he played last year in 53
sanies with Opelousas, La., in the Gulf
Coat league, hitting .2S5 and having
a high fielding average. He was sold
-o Joplin at the close of the season,
but is not needed, there being a sur
plus of backstop talent.
V--aur Well Five.!.
Decatur has 2S men on the list this
season, and Manager Reed has report
ed and is engaged in selecting a prob
able lineup. There are an even dozen
pitchers signed, the entire list being
Catchers Harry Berry, William Pow
ell, George J. Kromer, William Rapp.
Pitchers George Bittrolf, Henry
Swalm, C. R. Keyes, G rover Louder
milk, William Lellivelt, Edward Per
sons. Edward Opforgelt, Joseph Smith
Avery Heyman. F. M. McCluskev. Ed
gar Carter, Howard B. Stcne.
Infield Tom Tennaut, Fred Moore
William Prout, John Barkwcll, Curtis
I ncapher, Fritz Huffman.
Outfield Frank Long, Otto Wagner
J. 1). .Jeffreys, Ollie Gfrorer, Foxie
Morris, Fred Mitchell.
Here nnil Tlierc.
Jlarry Harrod, the Clinton third
baseman, has signed a contract with
Harry Bay, the former Rock Island
player who has been with the Cleve
ianu team tor many seasons, is to
coach the Spalding team this year, re
tiring from the big leagues.
The Bloomington correspondent in
formed the Chicago Record-Herald yes
terclay that the Dubuque injunction
case had been heard by Judge Graves
Friday and that a decision was exnect
eu tnis week. About as near the truth
as is to be expected from that source
The Decatur Review rises to rcmarl
that there is really no need fo
meeting or tne lhree-Eye, for the
ieaguc is divided four, against fouranu
President Holland has the deciding
vote, so he might as well, make all
necessary arrangements and let it
i' mat. ery satisfactory, no doubt
n-om the soimiern point or view.
m. Kisgs who, with Peoria
imeaieneu at cue time to set the
three Eye afire has wound up with
Richmond, Va , after failing to hold a
berth with Atlanta.
- mil Kctter, the former Bloome
t.ucner, nas signed with Marion. Iiul
Frank Belt, who is succeeded a
manager of Jacksonville bv . Ilarrv
Berte, has taken a berth as head of the
Keokuk club and says he is well pleas
eel with the deal.
unifier' ron.toy, the former Rock
Island backstoo, has signed up for the
coming season with Oskaloosa.
Dolly Gray, who once looked good
for a brief time in a Rock Island uni
form and who was later purchased by
Bloomington an 1 released a year a
to Spokane, has been sold by the latter
club to Vancouver.
Decatur has signed George .1. Kra
mer, a catcher f-om Wisconsin league
and Fred Mitchell, an outfielder fron
Pitcher Mosr. who was fried out in
two games by Springfield last season
and was shipped back to Chicago
tagged "no good ' will be taken by the
White Sox on the California trip,
dub today and a champ tomorrow
Thorsen an 1 Koestner, twirlers on
the Bloomington tearu, who were draft
ed to the Lo3 Angeles squad some time
ago, have reuui.ed to Bloomington
The two men say that they couldn'
agree with the Los Angeles manage
ment on the terms of their salaries
But Los Angeles paid Bloomington
$1.5O0 for the two men. A communi
cation has just been received by the
Bloomer magnates from the California
town, inquiring of them the amoun
they will pay for the return of Thorsen
and Koestner to the Bloomington
A NEW SKI
John Manqseth Makes Jump of
Feet, Beating Brother's Mark.
Duluth, Minn., Feb. 17, John Man
t-eth of Duluth yesterday jumped 117
feet at the Chester Creek Hill ski slide
Easy to take
Easy to take.
J. O. Ay BP Co.,
tablishing a new American record.
The previous record was 114 feet
made by Ole Mangseth at Ked Wing
year ago. The .Mangseths are
John Evenson's record of 11G, made
hero last Thursday, was not made in
pen competition and does not stand.
Seven thousand people were present.
The wind was strong from the north-
est and that fact alone probably pre-
ented the niak'.ng of a record of 120
et or better.
Ole Flering of Duluth, who jumped
11C feet todav. was the favorite with
he crowd, who were eager to see hi a
n. There wore forty-four ski riders
on. the hill and ten towns were repre
RUSH FOR SEATS FOR
Half of the Illinois Sold Out in First
Hour and Good Demand Contin
ues Throughout.the Day.
The seat sale for "Westville Cadets,"
the drama written and to be given by
local talent at the Illinois Wednesday
evening for the benefit of Trhiity Epis
copai enurcn, opened this morning.
Within an hour half the house had
een sold and the demand was brisk
iiroughout the day. There is no doubt
that there will be a pacKed house.
Those having purchased tickets in
advance are expected to exchange
them at the !ox office for the regular
coupon tickets, wnieh are the only
ones taken at the door.
(Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue.)
Vvb. li "The Wt-Kttllle Cadrta."
Feb. S3 The JefTeriionii, Id "The III
vol," luiUlnc-e and nlcht.
zj " .11 oil tan ii," mat luce and
Feb. 20 MIns May Itobnon, Mlarring
In "The IU'jll venation of Aunt Marr
Feb. 27 "The t.inKcrbread Mnn.
( Eighteenth Street, North of Second
Vaudeville at 3, 8 and :15 p. in. Tito
enntineea Sunday and holidays.
(Second Avenue, East of Nineteenth
I niMlcvlile at IS, 8 and 0:15 p. m. Tw
utatineea Sundays and holidays.
Manager Taylor of the Illinois an
nounces -that the date of "Madam But
terlly'' here will be Friday, March '13
and at the Burtis, Davenport, the fol-
owing evening. Advance announce
ments say that the comnanv is one of
the largest that has ever gone out of
New York, carrying people. It
travels on a special train of seven
Takes Father's- Place. Some few
; is ago when it became necessary
through the sudden illness of the late
Joseph Jefferson, for his son. William
W. Jefferson, to plav the part of Bob
Acres in "The Rivals" at Pittshnr.r
Pa., the Times, a representative paper
of that city at tint time had the fol
lowing to say of his performance: "He
shews his father in every movement.
off the stage as well as on. The clothes
he wears in the play are those his
father wore, and not even the shoes
required alteration. The fit is perfect."
The other son, the older of tho two
Joseph Jefferson, Jr., is still iilayina
Sir Lucius, that he has always played
wuu ins late fathers' company since
W. J. Florence's death. Those two
younger Jeffersons, with the sanction
and the guidance resultant from the
experiences of their father and sun-
)orted by an excellent company, in
Imling Theodore Hamilton. Leopold
Lcne, Rienard Lyle, Roger Burnham,
Blanche Bender, Robert Brennan, and
At the Elite. Manager Fried enwn Id
of the Elite theater announced thai be
ginning with today's matinee, the orig.
inal Passion Play moving pictures will
te shown- every afternoon and evenihe
during this week. The presentation nf
this film hai created widespread in
terest anions all r-lassps nf r,onin
where ever it it shown, presenting as
it does true sce.ies from the "Passion
Plays" which are performed everv ten
years at Oberammergau in Bavaria,
in which 700 actors take part and
which are witnessed by many thous
ands of European and American visi
tors. The performance takes nl ace rn
Sundays in a inrge open air theater
holding G.0U0 persons and each lasts
about nine hours with a short inter
mission at noon. The scenes frnm tho
.iis.ory of Christ are portrayed with
?reat fidelity and in the years inter
venmg the presentations those who are
to take part ar carefully drilled, the
ynncipal parU usually being heredi
tary in certain families, being assigned
with regard to moral character as well
as dramatic ability and the part -of
Christ is looked upon as one of the
greatest of earthly honors. Manag
Friedenwald has'been fortunate in ar
ranging to keep the pictures the en
tire week, there being a great demand
throughout tho country for the original
films, thus enibling everyone to wit
;iiess this great presentation.
WIN FROM MINE
Y. M. C A. Basketball Team
Adds Another Victory to its
Record for the. Season.
FINAL SCORE IS 56 TO 30
Association Second Team Defeats Aca
demics of Augustana, 32 to 20,
Two interesting games of basketball
were played at tneRock Island Y. M.
C. A. gymnasium last Saturday even
ing, the Y. M. C. A. first team defeating
the Molme high school by the score of
G to 30, and the Y. M. C. A. second
team defeated the Augustana Academy
bv the score ol 32 to 20.
The first team was deprived of two
of its best players, Jensen and Jahns
being ill, and in their place was sub
stunted Means ana McManus. The
Moline high school boys started the
game with a rush and scored several
baskets before the local five could get
any at all, but !.lar playing of McManus
and Means soon overcame the handi
cap and at the end of the first half the
score stood IS to 27. In the second half
some fine teamwork was seen on both
sides, but the l-asket throwing of the
Y. M. C. A. hoys was much sunerior.
Is Second Vietory.
The curtain raiser was probably the
more interesting of the two contests,
the academy boys and the second team
being evenly matched. The guarding
of both teams was excellent and was
responsible for the low score. Smith
was easily the star for the Y. M. C. A',
five, he being vci.4 accurate on throw
ing foul baskets, while Linden of the
academy team t.ok the high honors on
his side. The irst half ended 11 to 10
in favor of the second team. During
the second half Linden was severely
cut above the right eye. and was una
ble to continue i laying. The game was
finished by a f ubstitute. This is the
second game that the second team lias
defeated the Augustana team, and the
boys challenge jny team in the three
cities. They have won four games and
Tonight the fust team, accompanied
by Harry Franks and two substitutes
will play the Morrison Independents at
Moriison, 111. Saturday the second
team will play the Moline high school.
I.iueuo for Ciniiie.
The lineup of Saturday night's games
were as follows:
Y. M. C. A. ui?: team Means, If;
Ficken. if; McManus, c; Driggs, rg;
Moline high school Welsh, If; Pier
son, if; Mengel, c; Nelson, rg; King,
Y. M. C. A. second team Kelly, If;
Smith, rf; Lmp, c; L. Robb, lg;
Augustana Academy Stein, If; Nel-
li , i-mvui. it, v
Hansen. lg; Ander-
Harry Franks was referee of the last
game, and Hasscmuist and Cook were
the officials cgtye curtain raiser.
I lie ua veil port nigii scuooi team uo-
feated Iowa City Friday evening in a
game well played by both sides, the
score being 25 io 13.
TO SETTLE TITLE
llinois High School Athletic
Association May Hold Bas
AT THE OAK PARK Y. .IB. C. A.
Officers Are Considering Proposition
Rock .Island Meets Freeport
In a Debate.
The officers of the Illinois HigU
School associ ttion,, of whjeh Principal
II. E. Brown of the local high school
secretary and trcaturer, are endeav
oring to arrange for a basketball
championship tournament, to be played
in the gymnasium of one of the cities
lepresentcd in the association. The
ofllcers are no'v considering a proposi
tion from the Oak Park Y. M. C. A. to
hold the tournament there. There are
two gymnasiums at Oak Park, and tho
games would ie played simultaneously.
so that not more than two days would
be required to complete the series. Oak
Park offers to conduct the tournament
March 27 and and will post suita
ble trophies for the winners, if
the association receives 40 per
cnt of the receipts. The
balance of the receipts, if this plan is
accepted, would be distributed among
the competing teams, the proportion
being based en the mileage of the
While the Illinois association does
not include in its membership any Chi
cago schools, 'here are about "0 of the
best high scluols in the state repre
sented, and this number includes some
having first class basketball teams
The tournament would undoubtedly at
tract much interest, and would prove
a successful venture.
The plan is to hold the preliminary
contests Friday and Saturday morning
and afternoon, and. play the finals Sat
in day evening. This would mean two
days of hard playing for the teams, but
with nrcner preparation, this should
not Injure the chances of any team..
The plan meets with the favor of Mr
Brown, and it is hoped in Rock Island
hat the officers of the association will
take definite .iccion and complete ar
rangements for t.uch a tournament as
Military Tract Contexts.
. Plans are already being made for the
Militaiy Tract association contests, and
announcements have been issued to
he high schools that each school must
send to the secretary before March 1.
copies of orations by the boys and es
says by the giilsT fT consideration in
the competition. Rock Island is a mem
ber of the association, and last year
made a good showing in the contests.
Hehdy for Debate.
The local hfg.i school this year is to
participate in a dual debating contest for
the first time in several years. The
school in former years held annual de
bating contests with Davenport, but
these have not been held for a number
of ears. This week the school will
send a team to Freeport to meet a
team of the Freeport high school, Fri
day evening. The Rock Island team
will be composed of Norman French,
Joe Kelly, and Charles Larkin. The
rebuttal argument will be made by
The local team has the most difficult
and the unpopular side of the debate.
upholding the negative of the question,
"Resolved: Thrtc all corporations doing
interstate business, should be tinder
Freeport has given niuch attention
to debating for some time, and has a
strong team. The school lias arranged
to have pronii lent men act as judges,
those selected including a member of
the faculty of the University of Chi
cago, and Dr. Dav and Dr. L. Thombyke
of Beloit collg?. Following the de
bate, the Rocti Island representatives
will be the guests of honor at a ban
The Freeport team pays the expenses
of the Rock Island team and its coach
T. M. Coen of the .high school faculty.
Principal II. K. Brown is planning to
accompany the team also.
WINS BRG0MBALL CONTEST
Local High School Defeats Moline by
Score of 45 to 9.
Two broomball teams composed of
students of the Rock Island and Moline
high schools contested at the roller
skating rink Saturday afternoon, and
the Uock Island school won an easy
victory; score, 45 to 9. Fifteen minute
halves were played. The teams played
Rock Island Larkin. goal; Ehleb
defensive goal; R. Frazer, forward
R. Trimble and Roche, rushes.
Moline Garrison, goal; Evans, dc
fensive goal; Lendvall, forward; Ton
drow and Woodyatt, rushes.
New ChiVsss A'i my.
The Rev. Xg Fo on Chow, n Chi
nese editor, who addressed the inter
de:!o:riii:aiio:ial missionary conference
In Calvary church at Fan Francisco
the other night, aroused the risibilities
of bis audience by a vc!l meant com
ment on the new army which bis coun
try is now developing.
"China," said the learned oriental,
"is raising a standing army of 1,000,000
After :i pause, in whkh he a'loived
his audiiors to grasp the extent of his
statement, be :nldrd with an inlmit.it'e
"China has never had a standing
rmy. It has always been either a run
nlng army or a sitting army."
Saturday Hclidsys Isn 1303.
An observing eight-year-old son of
New York Who has yet to master the
leap year problem remarked to his fa
ther a few days ago, "I've been study
ing this calendar, and I think it's a
darn shame that whoever. Used the
dates should arrange that so many hol
idays are on-Saturday, doing e.s boys
out of what ought to be coining to us
on school days." The lad bad discov-
.'! that Washington's birtlukry. Me
morial day and Fourth of .Inly all fall
on Saturday In the current ye.-t'r, says
the Xpw York Press. Whereas Chris-
rnr.s came on Wednesday In lriOT, that
festival will occur on Friday this
year. .New lears day in IOCS was on
Wednesday, but next year will fall on
Friday. Easter this year will' Ik? on
Money to Hunt Ghosts.
Joseph A. Battles, an eccentric Fiteb-
bnrg (Mass.) man, who died a short
time ago. left an estate of S,"0,ono. one
tenth of which, according to a Worces
ter special dispatch to the New York
Herald, was lteque.ithed to Clark uni
versity for the investigation of ghosts.
Neglected Colds Threaten Life.
(From the Chicago Tribune.)
" 'Don't trifle with a cold,' is good
advice for prudent men and women.
It may be vital in the case of a child.
Proper food, good ventilation, and dry,
warm clothing are the proper safe
guards against colds. If they are main
tained through the changeable weather
of autumn, winter and spring, the
chances of a surprise from ordinary
colds will be slight. But the ordinary
light cold will become severe if netr
lected, and a well established ripe
cold is to the germs of diphtheria what
honey is to the bee. The .greatest
menace to child life at this season of
tho year is the neglected cold.
Whether it is a child or adult, the cold
slight or severe, the very best treat
ment that can be adopted is to give
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is
safe and sure. The great popularlty
and immense sale of this preparation
has been attained by its remarkable
cures of this ailment. A cold never
results in pneumonia when it is given.
For sale by all druggists
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. Druggists; refund money if it
fails to cure. -E. W. Grove's slgnatur?
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WE ARE THE BEST
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THREE CITIES WITH
MIXERS. WE WANT
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Robinson Consiruciion Co.,
Smith and Dunbar Awarded the
National Bowling Cham
pionship. PROTEST IS Or NO AY AIL
Took Place of fv'en Who Were Unable
to Participate in the Big Con
test at Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Feb. 17. Although they
had appeared as substitutes for the
National Bowling association champ
ions, Smith and Dunbar, of the Corinthian.-:,
Xewatic, X. J., have won the
international iwo men championship.
They had defeated the champions of
the Canadian-American and V.'estorn
Bowling associations, but their final
victory depended upon the decision of
a protest that was filed against them
!critl-l n I'roirsi.
The National association champions
were unable o compete and had de
signated Smith and Dunbar, who were
their team mates in the live men con
test, U take their place. A protest was
filed against thb entrance of any ex
cept the actual champions in the con
test. President Hermann, however, de
cided today th ? protest against Smith
and Dunbar does not stand.
Cincinnati. Feb. IT. The American
Cowling congress Saturday afternoon
selected Pittsbnrg as tm? next meeting
place. The oilk-ors elected ior next
j ear were:
President August Herrmann of Cin
cinnati. Treasurer Frank L. Pasdeloup of
Secretary Abraham Langtry of Mil
waukee. Corn Syrup is the Correct Name.
Washington, Feb. 17. An important
question in the admin is' rat ion cf the
pure food law was settled in a decision
made public by Secretaries Wilson,
Cortelyou and Straus. It Tiears upon
the labeling of syrup. The decision
follows: "We have given careful con
sideration to the labeling of the thick
viscous syrup obtained by tne incom
plete, hydrolysis of the siarch cf coin
and composed essentially of dextrose,
maltose and extrine. In our opinion
it is lawful to label this syriio as 'corn
syrup,' and if to tho corn synin. there
is added a small percentage of refin
er's syrup the mixture, in our judg
ment, is not misbranded if labeled
'corn syrup with cane flavor.' "
Mrs. E. D. Charles of Harbor. Maine,
speaking of Electric Bitters, says: "It
is a neighborhood 'favorite here with
us." It deserves to be a favorite every
where. It gv'es quick relief in dyspep
sia, liver complaint, kidney derange
ment, malnutrition, nervousness, weak
ness and general debility. Its action
on the blood, as a thorough purifier,
makes it especially useful as a spring
medicine. This grand alterative tonic
The first symptom of Contagious Blood Poison is usually a little sore or ulcer.
vrliich is quickly followed by a red rasli on the skin, swollen glands in tlie
groin, falling hair, ulcerated mouth and throat, and often copper colored
splotches on different parts of the body. As the blood becomes more fully
contaminated with the poison, pustular eruptions and sores break out on
the flesh, and in extreme cases the nerves and bones are attacked and the
finger nails drop off. Then the sufferers find themselves diseased from head
to foot with this humiliating, vile and destructive poison, ' No other disease
is so highly contagious ; many an innocent person has been' inoculated by
handling the clothing or using the toilet articles of an infected person.
There is but one certain, reliable cure for Contagious Blood Poison, and that
is S. S. S. It attacks the disease in the rigbt way by going down into the
" - circulation, and neutralizing and forcing out
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who wish it, and in addition our physicians will give without charge any
Office, 1429 Second Avenue. O
Wednesday Evening, Feb. 19.
Mililiii-y Ir;tma. with Music !. I.oo
II. Davis :onl Mins IT.-.ry K. Simp
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I'rt-si-ntvd by Local
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$1 and $1.2.-,.
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REFINED VAUDEVILLE HOUSE.
Oehestra and Best Attractions
WI-: AUK PKKSKXTING THIS WKr.K
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IIOYVAIil) 5 i:si:K Kefmed siiiK
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Keseived sea's I'O-.v "n Saie lor Hie
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NEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESS.
A Freparntion Discovered that Will
Destroy the Dandruff Germ.
For some time it has been known
tlr.it dandruff c-aused by a germ that
digs up the scalp into little white Hakes
and by sapping The vitality of the hair
at the root, causes falling ha!r, and. of
course, finally baldness. For ye:irs
there have been all kinds of hair siim
ulants and sea-;) tonics on the market,
but there has been no permanent cure
for dandruff until the discovery of a
pre paration caild Xewbro's Herpicide,
which destroys ihe dandruff germ. De
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to exist. Kill the dandruff germ and
you'll have no dandruff, no itching
scalp, no falling hair. Sold by leading
druggist's. Seed 1 cents in stamps
for sample o th-? Herpicide company.
Detroit, Mich. Sold in two sizes. 50
ceul3 and $1. T. II. Thomas, special
every particle, of . the poison. It makes the
blod pure and rich, tones tip the system,
and completely and, permanently cures this
disease. S. S. S. has cured thou.sands of cases
of Contagious Blood Poison. If you are suf- .
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