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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13, 1909.
Consists of one glass bot
tle Inside" another, with .
vacuum ' between, through
which neither heat nor
cold can pass".
The same Thermos Bot
KEEPS CONTENTS HOT
1 ' . ORCGLD
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without use of chemicals.
Just the thing for the nur- .
sery, automobilists, lunch
eon. We have them In
Jeweler and Optometrist
.- Opposite Harper House.
THREE-EYE IS TO
PLAY 140 GAMES
Season Will Open May 6 and Close
Sept. 26, Giving Seven
themselves with skis and -propose to
'enjoy this sport at McClalland Heights
when there is enough snow for'it.
I There is no good reason why we can't
get into all these games over on this
side of the river. '
JOHN VOSS CLAIMS
DECIDED AT DAVENPORT MEET
Rock islander Defeats Thomas Cannon
of Peru, in Handicap Match at
Tampico. ; - '-
PRIZE IS LANDED
Manager Tighe Secures Signature oil
Bob Coyle, Catcher, to a
IS 6-F00TER AND A GOOD ONE
Magnates Give President Sexton Full
Power to Deal With Violations
of Salary Limit.
Tampico, 111., Jan. 13. Thomas Can
non of Peru, 111., lost his handicap
wrestling match to John Voss of Rock
Island, in which he agreed to throw
Voss twice in CO minutes. Cannon got
the first fall in 23:30 minutes, but Voss
After rejecting the salary changes ft : Jos clamB
proposea on Denau or i-resiaeni iiu-isnJlJ
sella of Springfield, yesterdajr .after
noon the Three-Eye league magnates,
at their meeting at the. Hotel Daven-
iport, took up the schedule and after
a lengthy discussion decided to play
140 games, adding a. week to the draft
which had been prepared by Wilson
Bering of Decatur for the longer sea
son. This will give seven off days,
where it had been proposed to have
none. It will also give an extra Sun-
rlaw In nrlrHMnn tn 111 in pfh ritV- and
this will be treated as a holiday nd ""'"y '""S it veuu B
m. for lh honofit of al lue awiuuuii uuimuig. iwpuita
YOU'VE A RIGHT
TO BE PROUD
of your appearance if you are
clothed in a suit of our tailoring.-
For whether it be a dress
suit or clothing for business
wear, you will be as well dress
ed as any man in town and
much better than many. Don't
let the supposed cost of such
clothing keep you away. You
Avill be surprised at the moder
; ation of our prices.
E. F. DORN.
1812 Second Avenue.
HEAR GOOD REPORTS
OF ASSOCIATION WORK
Board of Directors of Y. M. C. A. Holds
Regular Monthly Session and Dis-1'
cusses Activity of Departments.
The Y. M. C. A. directors held their
those cities which are given but one
of the three holiday games. Mr. Ber
ing was instructed to prepare a new
schedule along the lines indicated, the
season opening May 6 and closing
Davenport, Dubuque and Peoria were at
submitted and all of them contained
encouraging information in regard to
the work. The physical departmhent
continues to grow and the last month
showed an- increase over the previous
month as well as a' good margin over
tlio snmt month last Vfar vhifh till
j. i . i i 1. i .. t 1 1 : rA. 1
nrsi aj;ani!uuB iuuS atu.c u,B ,hj he banner month. The
140 games played in 137 days, but the
two last named were convinced that I
they were in the wrong.
religious committee made its report.
showing that during the month another
bible class had been organized under
Drafted by Toledo from Virginia League
But Refused to Report and Was
Memorial day falls upon a Sunday tne name of the .dro in hible class
this year, ana tne league aecmea u it serves both as a devotional class and
would observe the holiday on the Mon- as a training class for Sunday school
day following, as the Dusiness inter- teachers. B. D. .Fisher of Milan acts
ests everywhere will do. The r ourtn a3 teacher. . All the other bible
of July and Labor day fall on Monday, I classes enjoy a good attendance, es-
also, making all the Dig holidays on pecially the "Mack" class which ha"s
Monday. decided to try to take in more of the
Drew out Too Much. boys in the working class. This see-
On account of a mistake made by tion will be the guests of the class at
ex-President Loftus in estimating the a supper to be given at the association
amount of money in the treasury of rooms next Tuesday evening by the
the league, too much was given to Association Helpers. At that time the
each of the clubs out of the sinking merits of the class .will be discussed
fund at the end of the year, and the and those who wish may add their
question was brought up at this meet- names, to the class roll,
ing if it would not be advisable to At the annual meeting of the Moline
bring the fund up to requirements by Y. M. C. A. last evening it was re
taking a sum from each of the club's ported that the membership during the
guarantee before the opening of the 'ear had fallen from 4C5 to 250. No
season. While the directors all feel particular reason for the decrease is
that there will be no difficulty along assigned
this line, still they agreed that, the
cinL-lticr fun? of tliia nntnrp i n croon
thine, and thev voted to assess each HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
club $150 to be paid into the treasury
before the first of March. Edel Ehrhorn was selected as cap
Bob Coyle, a strapping 6-foot catcher
is the latest acquisition of Manager
Jack Tighe for the Islanders. Jack
received a signed contract from Coyle
yesterday and today he wears a broad
smile on account of his good fortune
In landing him. Coyle is an easterner
and has played in the Virginia league.
Last year he was drafted by Toledo
in the American association but re
fused to report, as he did not want to
play with Toledo. He secured his re
lease from that club lately and Jack,
who met and talked with him in New
York some time ago, offered him a
Rock Island contract and it was signed
Haa All the Mnrka.
Coyle is reputed to be a num
ber one catcher with the stead
iest kind of nerves and good judgment
and a hard hitter and good bascrun
ner. He can also serve as an out
fielder when occasion demands and his !
signing appears to be a lucky strike.
Manager Tighe has been notified
that Rock Island's claims to the ser
vices of Otto Vogel, the former Clin
ton infielder, has been upheld by th-3
national commission. Vogel Is a good
man for the second sack to succeed
Loui' Cook, who expects to manage
Quincy the coming season.
1801-1803-, 2nd. Ave. ROCK ISLAND
Crowds Are Attending
Our Great Remodeling
Are You Getting Your Share of
TEAMS BOWL AGAIN
Salzmann ... 157 150 184
League Members Start on Second nerzberg 172
Half of the Schedule,. Roll
INDEPENDENTS LOSE ONE!
Boosters Trim Giants, Giving Local
Players Five of Six GamesAn
AND A VISIT TO
PARTY SUPPLY HOUSE
will convince the ladies who are
about to give a party or recep
tion that Math's have the only
place to leave their orders for
that is, if you want the best
and want your company pleased
and your party a success. We
are in the
and have all the latest ideas in
supplies. A full line of
Paper cases for Charlottes,
Bisque Glaces, Frappes, Salted
Nuts, and fancy Ice Creams.'
1716 Second Ave. Both' Phones, X
The tri-city bowling league com
menced on the last half of the sched-'
tile last, evening When1 the Independ
ents met the Pirates on the Harms
Totals 741 753 920
Dau : .".139 ...
Mueller 1C6 ...
Mason 173 153
Hampton -134 226
Chase ...158 171
.770 S47 S02
After the schedule matter had been tain, of the senior girls'
carefully threshed over
basketball I a,leys and the Boosters met the Giants! Berg 147 165
ally completed his plans ready and the
tournament will commence Jan. 31 and
end Feb. 6. There will be prizes for
both single and double entries. No
handicaps will be given. The rolling
will all take place on the Harms alleys.
There arei large number of the mem
bers of the bowling league and many
more outsiders who will enter the tour
nament and a large , entry list is ex
pected. All entries must be in the
hands of Mr. Aldrich by Jan. 26.
and Wilson team' last evening upon the resignation on Kuehl s alleys. The local teamThode 140
took five out of the, six games rolled, I Reese
season and if the teams do not change
their make up to any great degree,
it is expected that they. will finish in
Totals 721 740 790
I'lnn a Tournament.
H. W. Aldrich, who has been work
ing on the project of holding an open
tournament for a long time, has fln-
itri ..twiTo.-i to draw; nn iotip of Rilla Fraser. last vear's caDtam. l""K llve out or lJ13, faix
....,. , S.T ti,0 .or,!. t.i loc-t o.. M,.rf wJthe Independents losing one of their Hueckstadt a24
... . . . ... I i , r .i.- I games to the Pirates bv a few nin
in uajs ami ID OUUIUII ll mc i I Th K,. a m . K
v, A-,ffa ,,1, fr tholr fPfltinjr PV-erv othpr jrirls' tp.im in the! . - "
. "I tv -" .T." .J P'ayed before the final close of . the
approval, xresiaeiiL tatrxiou iju.c i ouwi. xuvj avuuug nam m
briefly, giving his views on the action the endeavor to keep it this year,
taken on the salary question. He ask
ed for and was granted full authority The regular meeting of the Hart Lit- about tne onler Uley n,w gtand Tne
to carry out the rules of the league, erary society was held this evening af- In d&nendnta nrp wn in tho yA
and. also, in case any club persisted ter the dismissal of school. The life while the 0 are close on. tne
in disregarding the rules, to deal with or van uyne was ine topic or tne ar- heefa of tne Brunswicks of Moiine or
them himself, so that there would be ternoon, and members answered the the second place. Then come the
no need to thresh the matter all over roll call with quotations from the pirates, Giants and lastly the Flying
again.' Mr. Sexton will have power to works of this great writer. The fol- Dutchmen of Moline. The two Moline
fill any place left vacant should a city lowing interesting program was ren- teams- were scheduled to roll three
now in the circuit withdraw. dered: . games also last evening but they rolled
near From Ted Sniiivnn. I Music Florence Wer nerstrom. I them nearly a week ago with' the result
During the course of the meeting The Life of Van D7ke Marguerite that the Brunswicks won all three of
Davis. . ' tnem.
The Other Wise Man Katherine
Criticism of Van Dyke's Works Bes
Selections from Blue Flower Eliza
This is a. common form of muscular
rheumatism. No internal treatment is
needed. Apply Chamberlain's Liniment
freely twice a day and a quick cure is
certain. This Liniment has proven es
pecially valuable for muscular and
chronic rheumatism, and is sure to
give quick relief. Chamberlain's Lini
ment is also most excellent for sprains
and bruises. Price, 25 cents; large
size, 50 cents. For sale by all dru&
Ted Sullivan, who happened to be in
the hotel at the time, was called in
and asked to express his views in re
gard to the action taken by the league
on the salary question. He replied
that he thought the amount named as
a limit was about right for cities of Pcth Rolf-
MRS. D. E. SCHOLL
and " Daughter
Is the place to get a good sham-.
poo, facial and: scalp massage,
manicuring or chiropody. -
A full line of hair goods, nets,
etc . Hair work made to order.
Hair dressing for parties and
weddings at the homes If de
sired. Opposite Harper boose.
. Old Phone t53.
the population of those which com
pose the Three-Eye league.
RrHiilln in (amrs,
The scores for the games last night
were as follows:
Huston .....' 183
Aldrich ...... 184
Music Julia Crawford.
The critic for the meeting was AdrialBoesen 147
PIETRI READY TO RACE COREY
TAKES FIRE ON WAY TO WORK
Much Interest Shown in Marathon
Contest at Chicago Jan. 22.
Chicago, ' Jan. 13. Dorando Piettf,
the Italian runner, reached Chicago to
day to complete his training for his
match race with Albert L. Corey af
Dexter park pavilion Jan. 22. Dorando
is accompanied on his travels by his
brother, who acts as his interpreter,
and by Tommy Murphy, the
Fred Schuck, the Letter Carrier,
While on his way to the postoffice
this morning Fred Schuck, the letter
carrier,, noticed a peculiar warmth in
the region of the vest pocket, and on
pausing to investigate found that he
was a walking furnace. Under his
formpr I overcoat his coat and vest were
jockey. Corey is funning daily on the
pavilion track.' He has been in con
dition for some time and is allowed
to run only about five miles a day, his
running companion being a greyhound.
The pavilion course measures practi
cally 12 laps to the mile so that the
A SURPRISED MINISTER.
1 Hyomei Cured Bronchial Catarrh After
He Had Given Up In Despair.
"For many years I have been a suf
ferer from bionchial catarrh -and had
despaired of anything like a cure
Judge of my pleasant surprise when I
first used Hyomei, which brought com
plete relief. . Hyomei has been a verit
Rev. Chariss Hartley, Sardinia, Ohio.
Saturday, Jan.' 16.
Matinee unit Kvenine.
Jack Rose and Company in a Three-
Act Musical Drama, .
. A Play of (he iireat Sonbwet.
Beautiful In 'ItS'-ScetricE Embellishments
Thrilling in Its Interest.
"Texan Pala" la Not Melodrama of the
' I.urid Typeltf Indeed It ran be no
classed at all.
PURE AS THE AIR OF TEXAS.
Price Matinee, 10c and 25c; even
ingr, 10c,' 20c, 30c and 50c. , .
Phone west 224.
As well as blood congestions and
swellings from other causes, are cured
by the application of Salubrin in ac
cordance with the "directions' accom-'
panying each bottle. It gives immedi
ate relief and permanent cure. Ml
druggists. - v
These Long Winter
Are idea ones to spend with a
good book, but reading is not a
source of pleasure unless your
EYES are comfortable.
WE CAN MAKE THEM SO.
Myers Optical Co.
212 Safety Building, Rock Island
smoldering and already a large hole
had been burned in both garments. It
took but a moment to whip out the
fire and then Mr. Schuck began to
figure how, it had started. He had
been smoking a eigar and apparently
some burning particles had dropped
contestants will have to circle it 314 from it when hejrtumbled over - an ob-1 raW; ; al0winS the devliish germs
times with a final dash of 102 yards to struction,; Had it not been for the fact f catarrh to thm thL,r hpalth
complete the Marathon distance of 26 I tnat hls clothing was wool, as require
miles, 385 yards. yur Uncle Sam, he might have
:. . as it was a
HOCKEY AND SKIS APPEAR ,Jook 5 tree car iicke? n his ?et
was uauiy cuurrcu mm a requisuio'j
will have to be made for a new coat.
Sunday, Jan. 17-
Matlnee and Bveninnr.
There are many readers of the Argus clarence Bennett and tha Original Cast,
Headaches and Neuralgia from Colds.'
Laxative Bromo Quinine, the world
wide cold and grip remedy, removes
cause. Call for full name. Look for i Is also becoming popular. A number
fclgnature1 E. W. Grove." 25c. .. I of young enthusiasts have provided
of Winter Sports Proposed
Across the River.
. Davenport is trying to revive winter
sports. A hockey team has been form
ed and Is playing on the slough below
Suburban island, . where ice boating
who are suffering from catarrh, either
nasal or bronchial. Many Of these
despair of ever being cured. They have
soaked their stomachs with nostrums
until they are disgusted with all medi
cines, and arc now traveling their mis-
of catarrh to sap them of their health.
energy and vitality. ;: ''
But let us reason together. H, O.
Rolfs, the druggist, has a guaranteed
remedy for catarrh, colds, coughs.
bronchitis, .cioup, and ' all Inflamma-1 ingv25c. $5c and 50a
The Holy City
The same company that has ppcSented
this great play in NewTfork, Bos
ton, Chicago, and all the larg
. i.. er cities of America. ' . -The
Mont GorsreonMly Beantlfnt
Scenic and Electrical Production ' Ever
Carried by Any Company Traveling. .
Prlcen Matinee, 10c and 2ic; even
Better Stir up Your Liver a Little II
Not too much, just a little, just enough to start tne Due nicely.
Oneot Ayer'& Pills at bedtime ts all you need: These pills act
dirertly ion Uie Hver , Made for the treatment of constipation,
biliousness, dyspepsia, sick-headache . Ask your doctim if he knows
a better p tor a sltiggi&h iiv eT i hen toUuw his advice
4. C. Arn Co.
Iro wa 1 1 , Mass.
V Germ Proof Warship.
Sterilization Is to- be used on United
States ships of war on. an elaborate
scale. This is a measure decided on
by the naval medical officers at Wash
ington, with a view.. to promoting tbe
sanitary . conditions in the 'serylce:
There wllj be placed on oard every
ship iarge tank, .fitted with an ap
paratus j which will enable tbe ster
ilizing of large articles of use. sacb as
mattresses , rugs, ; hangings, miholster-
ed furniture, as well as clothing. rThe
system has- already been ndopted on
lory diseases of the nose, throat and
bronchial tubes. The name of this I Wes$. 224.
remarkable remedy - is Hyomei, and
if it doesn't cure H. O. Rolfs will give
yoa your-money back,
- Hyomie (pronounced 'High-o-me) is
credicated air: s you juBt breathe it
Seat sale Jan. ,15, 9 o'clock. . Phone
Vmnt Dar to See Thin Big; Show.
through the inhaler rover the inflamed J something; New Pictured That Talk
and germ ridden membrane, and its
soothing antifeptic properties : will al
lay the. inflammation, .destroy the
germs, and restore the entire respira
tory tract to its norma conditions.
- ;A complete Hyomei outfit,, .including
a hard rubber inhaler costs but' "St
and .Make You .Talk Also,.
the Illinois; and the reports received I and an extra bottle of Hyomei, If after-
from her convinced the HUtbnritle that I wwis needed, costs but 50 cents. See
the inetbods should be exteuded.
1 H. O. Rolfs about it today.:;
Direct from the Majestic, Chicago.
3 OTHER BIG FEATURE ACTS 5
Comingr Thursday'--Complete change
of proarrBtn.' Vlolette In Telepathy, as
sisted by. Professor. Old r-.inost wonder.
tui.act, in vauamiie.. . . . . ,
Order-seats by fhdae; new 5153, old 62.:
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vestigation, and to any one who finds that I have misrepresented any
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charge you an extra fee for every symptom. The special low fees I,
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You mnjr pa my fee ivfcem rarest If
there la any doubt abont your cue ko-i
Inn; enrnble ,ny my methods. You need
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will take your word for it.
"KlY SPECIAL' LOW FEES WILL'
CONTINUE A SHORT TIME.
I will give tbe poo real man chance, .
an well aa the, rich, to receive m en re
from 'me at a nmall coat, THERE IS
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There Is not a man in existence who
Is sufferinc from vital weakness, if tha
decline is from unnatural causes, and
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'f DO. ANDREWS. cept brought on by imprudence. .'
j v. ,v. cure . to stay-cured, Bl PalsanV,'
' Nerve-Vilal DebUlty, Weakaaa, v VarU
This Is My Plctnre. Yoa Will cocele, Ilydrocele, Varheone or KaatliiaT
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