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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2. 1909.
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Billiard Players Engage in First
1 Matches of ihe Handicap Se
- jies at the Bijou.
MANY WATCH THE GAMES
Catton, Scratch Man, Makes High Run
and Wins From Hopkins Wanner
. Easily Bests Eddy.
me opening or tne uiiuara xourna-i
ment at the Bijou billiard hall took
large crowu oi tne xouowers oi u.e
game surrounding the tables when the I
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ty thought that there were so many
people interested in the tournament as
showed up last evening to see the first
game played, aud it-was evident at
once that the tourney is to be a suc
cess as far as public interest in it is
Wanner and Eddy played the first I
game of the tournament, Eddy attempt
ing to make 90 billiards while his op
ponent was making c'o. He failed to
play Wanner even, however, as the
playing before so.large a crowd seem
ed to have taken his Yierve. Wanner,
ofc the other hand, was right at home
while basking in the limelight, and his
playing was steady while he succeeded
in leaving the balls hi difficult posi
tion for Eddy time after time. Wan
ner won. the first match game with CO
points to his credit against 57 for
Scratch Men I'lny.
Immediately after the opening game,
Catton, a scratch, player, and Hopkins, I
whose rating is S5," played a game
which the former won. Hopkins se
cured 79 points before the winner made
his final point. Catton played a sure I
and at times brilliant game, while luck
seemed to be against his opponent,'
The htoh iVin for "the evening was
14 made by Catton. .This evenin
Schwecke (0) will play a game with
Beck (30). Other cames will be nlav
ed throughout the week, according to
the convenience of tho nlnvers wi,
are entered in the tourney, and an at
tempt will be male to have the entire
schedule completed within three weeks
! at. the most.
The Illinois. . T
Sixteenth Btret and 8conJ Atibim.)
' COMING ATTRACTIONS.
Frb. 3 "IJora Thorer,"
lb. 4 "Top o' the World."
I-b. 7 'l':ild la Full," mnllnrr, (re
turn rBKasenirnt .
lb. 13 "The Tlrjit Violin," matinee.
Fell. 14 "Under Southern Skies," mat
Ken. ITr Ilor ten xe Klelsoo.
Feb. 17 "Inle ttt Ilcillli," (home
Feb. 20 "I.lon and the Moune," mati
Feb. 21 "The Great Divide," mat I
i' en. ---7 Y.tna Munical company,
matinee on the 27lh.
Feb. . 28 "Minn Teniple'a Telegram,1
matinee..'.''.;. . "
' . The Elite.
I Eighteenth Street. North
Cooper S((K'k company, la two per-1
formaneea daily, matinee at 3i30 and
evening: at StlS."
(Second Avenue, East of Nineteenth
. .. i ' . .Street) ...... "
Vaudeville at 3, 8, and 015 a. m. Oae
atatlae Saadaya and kelldaya.
Good Talent at Head. Heading ihq
cast that has aided so much in making
the musical extravaganza, "The Ton
o the World." which will aDDear in
Rock Island at the Illinois Thursday
evening, Feb. 4 such a great success,
are the genial players, Bailey and Au9 -
tin, Kathleen Clifford, Arthur Hil
Alice Hageman, Harry Fairleigh. Flor
ence Smith and William Quirk. One
of the features is the famous "Collie
Ballet," in which a group of perfectly
trained dogs go through an intricate
ana pleasing dance with the same
number of pretty little chorus girls
Comes . Intact. "A Broken Idol"
credited with being the greatest mus
ical comedy hit that Chicago has seen
in years, will be brought to Rock I:
land ;at the termination of its run it
theWhUney opera house in Chicago.
Otis Harlan will continue ia the star
comedy role and the Chicago produc
tion will be brought here intact
Proves Good Melodrama". i'Dora
Thorne," Bertha M. Clay's popular
novel, has been dramatized. The pro
duction of this play .has proven to be
one of the best melodramas of tho
season. The book has already achiev
ed a reputation for the author, now the
play is establishing or-rather adding
lo the splendid -reputation of th. pro
lucing managers, Messrs. Rowland &
Clifford. It is aTbeautiful love story.
simply fold and in a manner that
averyone ' enjoys. Even the "gallery
gfcds" eit throughout the performance
with rapt attention and afterwards say
it's "a bully show." '"Dora Thorne"
wij; be .the attraction at the Illinois
tomorrow, matinee and evening.
At the Family. Dunkhurst and com
pany., presenting a comedy playlet en
titled "The Cry Baby," nre the feature
at the Family the first half of the
week. Mr. Dunkhurst, the leadin
man, in the act, characterizes as the
ry baby. He Is far away from the
jaby, weighing 'something oVer 3C0
pounjs. yet ne puts on .tne crying
stunt in a very ame manner, air.
uunKnurst is w'en known among" tne
followers of the niize flshtinsr game
having trained with some of the best
known pugilists. For a number of
rra hfl woo onlrrtno- not'tnnr . f,
THOMPSON sisters, well, known
dancing team at tub
. - FAMILY.
Names J. Jeffries. Jle has put on so
much weight in the last few years that
ne had to give, up the ring for the
theatrical stage. About ID years ago
he trained Ryan in Moline for ins light
with Jack Moffatt at Dubuque, and dur
ing. his stay here he became acquaint
ed with a number of the tri-city sportj
men- DeWitt Youn
Presenting a jugglin,
and sister are.
act which they
term the "College Boy Juggler." At
the close of lueir act Miss joung gives
avery clever exhibition of boomeran?
throwing. The Thompson sisters, weil
known to tri-city theater goers, are on
the board this week. These two youn
ladies appeared in one of Rock Island
theaters last season in musical reper
toire, and they grew, to be prime fav-
firUoc nc mitnrln inpra Thar hfivp
ndileil a number of new s'tens to their I
clog dances and their routine of song's
has been entirely changed. Last on
the bill this half is Carl Vardo in a
musical act and impersonations. Mrs.
Casey is singing "None But You" for
the illustrated song this half. '
ON RADIATOR CIRCUIT
Rube G randy will be with Spring
field next season, it is announced. j
. . .
Manager McGrawof the Giants has
asked for waivers on Pfyl and Beecher
former Three-Eye leaguers.
It is rumored that Dick Smith may
be manager of Springfield, Jack, Mc-
Jarthy having other activities in view.
Fred Beck, the former Bloomer, has
signed a contract with the Boston Na-
tionals.. He gets" $1,500 for the season
if he sticks.
The ; Cotton States has decided to
quit before beginning the. season. It
is a Class C organization, and ha been
in existence seven years. . Most of the
cities in' the circuit had already signed
, , . ; . . ..
Charley 'Case, formerly with Rock
Island, and for a season with Pitts
burg, has been traded to Hannibal in
the Central association. ' Smith, Gran
dv.' Rubv. Donovan. Johnson and sev
en hew men will form the nucleus of
Kinsella's team signed under the
Albert Holycross, - the youngest of
the celebrated Holycross family of
baseball players, has , signed . a con-
ract with' the Bloomington Baseball
association (o play Three-Eye league
ball for them this season, He will
play either infield or outfield positions
in which he is about equally good.
"Holy shines, however, as a swat ar
tist. . ' ' . -
At a meeting at LaCrosse yesterday
i new eightJclub baseball, league was
organized; and the national commis
sion will be asked for permission lo
place clubs in St; Paul and 'Minneapo
lis, in addition to' La Crosse. Duluth.
3au Claire, l' Superior, Winona ' and
Waus&u. There is not likely to be op-
aosition to the' twin cities' deal, as the
men backing the league are. Havener
ind Lennon ''of the American associa
tion. " " ' .
Dubuque' reports the signing of 30
Aeri to date,' Including, seven outfield
ers, nine infielders 11 pitchers and two
atchers. The infield will probably re
main thdsflfne as last season after the
tryouts.1 Dubuque has also' ordered
new. road uniforms of blue. There will
be no lettering on the bosoms of the
shirts, but 'on the sleeve, in a white
(diamond, will be a small letter D.
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READY FOR BOTCH
YuSSif MahmOUt, Bulgarian, Defeats
de Rouen, Frenchman,
on this Mat.
CONTEST AT CHICAGO ROUGH
Loser Disqualified in First Fall for
Slugging Outpointed AH the
Chicago. Feb. 2. Yussiff Mahmout.
nridf. of Tnrkpv. nnahed th Inst
stacle out of his march to a. match
with FrankjGotch for the champion
ship of the world last night by defeat
ing ftuoul de Rouen, the French cham
pion, In the wrestling match at the 7th
regiment armory. The first fall went
to the Turk by a decision of Referee"
Dick Fleming, who disqualified De
Rouen for' rough work and the second
was won by Mahmout after 20 minutes
and 54 seconds of wrestling. "-
The round system was nsed for the
first time in a championship match,'
The men wrestled 10 minutes each
heat and rested a minute between
rounds, following the boxing system.
The new method was pronounced a
success. 2-' -
'Five thousand people saw the bout,
the biggest crowd that has attended
ah affair of the kind since the Gotch
Hackenschmidt match last year. The
fierceness of the match was pleasing
indeed tothe multitude.
Hnt lie In Very llouih.
The battle was the roughest Chicago
tans ever saw. .Tna Frenchman was
outgamed as well as outwrestled by
the Ottoman, and his knowledge, of the
game was limited to a thorough ae
quaintance with the art ot swatting
his opponent or pinching him, but the
Turk was on his guard against this
sort of thing, and beat the Gallic ath
lete at his own particular pastime.
The Frenchman's rough tactics lost
him the first fall in the fourth round
of. the match after 37 minutes and G
seconds of mingled choking and fisti
cuffs. A swing to Mahniout's face re
sulted in De Rouen's disqualification
by Referee Fleming.
The Turk and the-Frenchman1 had
gouged and manhandled each other for
three fast rounds, with the honors in
favor of Mahmout. In the fourth round
the sultan's own tried to get a grape
vine hold on the Frenchman's ear, and
the attempt irritated De Rouen so that
he poked the Turk in the face. That
was the last straw and Fleming called
At the end of the second round of
the second fall Mahmout threw Tie
Rouen through the ropes and the
Frenchman fell into the crowd. He
crawled back into the ring with an
expression of pain on his countenance
and apparently had about all he
wanted. , -
When the third round started he put
What Naval , ReserVe is and Does
The Rock Island division of the Illi
nois naval reserve, just about to open
new quarter in the armory and a new
boat house on the river front, is part
of an organization that has had an in
teresting history. Otto Herkert has
submitted the following tiniely story
of the life of the organization:
This state should feel proud of the
kind of material it furnished the navy
during the war. The public has beea
culpably forgetful of the services of
the Illinois Naval Reserve during the
campaign of 1898. "It has passed from
its memory that the farming and man
ufacturing state of Illinois' gave a
v splendid manhood then to the national
navy, that 52 vessels of the navy car
ried Illinois men, and that SO per cent
of the men of the navy enlisted from
Illinois. were members of the naval re
serve and entered war service, with a
definite knowledge of their duties, pre
pared for the emergencies which con
fronted them In battle and sea ser
vice. This 80 per cent o material was
molded in the naval reserve organiza
tion of Chicago, Quincy, Moline and
Rock Island organizations .which have
maintained a vigorous life since 1S93
and which today in character of work
performed are without peers In the
United States. -TV-'
It is a mistaken idea that. the.naval
reserve 'of the state is a social organ
ization, that it is a- play institution for
Idle young men or that it is without
purpose. ' Veteran naval officers' who
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Phone eaaf 1012-K. Moline; v
up the feeblest sort of resistance and
succumbed . 54 seconds after 'the mill
ing began.. : " .. ' ' . ,
' ' Demetral and Culler Draw. ;
kA Cutler wrestled under the round
system, the Hellene getting the first
fl jiaii in me secunu ruuuu m ii miiiuiea
. . and 4 seconds with, a grapevine and
i half nelson. Cutler scored the second
'i 1 throw xi-fth t'hoi enmo hold In 7 mtniittw
and 27 seconds. The men then wrest-
Sled for four 10-minuf'e rounds without
a fall and the match was called a draw.
OlMon Oetm Rouich IlaBilllne. - -
St. Louis, ilo., Feb. 2. -There .was
real Bulgarian murder in the air at tha
Business men's gym when Charles Ol-
sen flopped a big Russian grappler,
Alex Stepanson, twice in eight mm-
h-'utes. thereby causing a group of Bui
ganans iru.n uraniiw tuy; wno ducktsu
Stepanson to the tune of $500, to lose
their hard earned coin. Olsen-threw
the Russian the first time in , seven
minutes with a hammerlock and tossed
him on his back the second time in
exactly qne "minute. Infuriated by the
loss of their money, the Bulgarians
made a rush on Olsen and pommeled
him severely before the police arrived
to answer the riot call.
BUT. FOUR CLEAR
DAYS IN THE MONTH
January Unusually Cloudy and Set a
New High Temperature Maxi
mum Normal Otherwise.
The month of January broke no rec
ords, unless it be in the absence of
clear days. There were but four sunny
days, seven being partly cloudy and
20 cloudy. ' Despite its demure finish
however, it w-as not as warni on the
average as some other Januarys we
have had.' The normal temperature
was 25 degrees, or 3.3 degrees above
the normal during the 38 years since
the records have been kept here. The
same month last year was two de
grees warmer and . that -of 1908 three.
Last month's record, however, gives an
accumulated exoess of 103. The high
est temperattfrereaclifid was CQ.on the
23rd, which is a record, and the low
est 15 below "onthe'flth. The greatest
daily range was 37 on the 29th and
the1 least C on the 30th. The total pre
cipitation was 1.72 inches, which
.05 inches more than the average for
the last 38 years.
KANSAS CITY BOWLERS LEAD
Score of 2,831 Will Take the Money 1
Middle West Championship.
St. Joseph. Mo., Feb. 2. The Kid
Nichols five-men team of Kansas City,
with 2,831, leads at the close of the
second annual tourney of -the Middle
West Bowling association which will
end here tonight. Today's bowlers are
local talent, and their rolling will not
affect the standing of the Nichols fiv
nor the other high men, Ameling and
Freeman of St. Louis, who rolled 1,24
in the doubles. Jack Herbert of St.
Louis is high in the singles with C48.
have recently come in contact with
the organization and its work have not
hesitated ta bestow flattering praise,
and the naval authorities of Washing
ton have been quick in expression of
their sympathy with the purposes of
the young men making up the body.
The men are trained to care for the
ship getting under way. coming to an
chor, handling of small boats', target
practice, landing party through surf,
fire drill, "collision drill, general quar
ters, quarters for inspection, fencing,
manipulation of rapid-fire guhsi No
play exists in the work, except such as
a jackie may develop in moments of
leisure. The discipline that exists on
a United States man-of-war is main
tained and the regulation which gov
erns the national army controls 'th'i
naval reserve. Out of this the' United
States navy is securing a splendid
grade of practical sailors and fighters,
and Americans at that. There was a
time in the history o this : country
when ..the navy, of lhe nation put to
sea with foreign engineers, sailors and
often foreigners behind the guns. No
one ever had complaint to make of
their loyalty nor the fidelity i with
which they discharged their duties, but
there is not an American livings but,
when he stops to think of the matter,
would prefer to have Americans be
hind American guns. It is one of the
lofty purposes of the navy department
at Washington and of the naval:i rer
serve of Illinois to bring this about as
speedily as possible by developing the
kind of -material now doing excellent
service on ships of the, character of
the Dorothea. :
The naval reserve was organized in
1S93 and first quartered in the; old
Second regiment armory in Chicago,
and then in the' trick battle ship Illi
nois at the world's fair. Politics, in
ternal dissention, a gross misconcep
tion of the purpose of the naval organ
ization, led to the loss, of the battle
ship, led to strife and bickerings and
once , or twice to disbandment, but
through, all this there remafned a body
of young men who believed that the
'organization ought to be saved, .and
mat it. it coma it mignt oe made , a
powerful auxiliary of the navy depart
ment ana , tne government,; ynese
young men had the courage to keep
the organization together even, .when
It was officially disbanded, and they
Workedno for reorgftnizajipn hut. far
government aid of a substantial kind.
They sought and secured the co-oper
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New 5109. Open Wednesday and Saturday Night. , . , .
ation of Congressman "Foss, they en-
isted the sympathies of naval depart
ment officials, they found they had a
warm friend in Governor Yates and
finally after nearly 10 yeaia of sore
trouble, thev have come to the time
and hour of harmonious organization,
to the performance of valuable and ef-j
fective work to the point where they
can ask the public to share their am
bition and so finally place them where
the dignity of their labor entitles them
It is just as well to give here some
of the detailed figures of 1S98 relating
to the naval reserve.. On the Oregon
w,ere CO men from the Illinois service,
on the Indiana 19, and on the Cincin
nati 22. When the Maria Teresa was
abandoned in the cyclone of Cat is
land,' lllsof its crew were men from
Illinois and no oiTe was found shirk
ing in his duty. The ship was not
abandoned until 24 terrible nours had
been put in bucking this storm of the
southeastern ocean. The total number
of men sent from the organization at
the time of breaking oufof the war to
naval service was 1,101 and over 80
per cent of these rated at once as sea
men against the rating of landsmen,
ordinary seamen and- the like. .This
last statement is the best proof that
can be afforded that the primary work
of the naval reserve is to train men
eo they can enter the navy prepared
to perform all the duties required of
a . man-of-warman. The naval reserve
service is essentially one of educa
tion. There are other men from the Illi
nois reserve on other men-of-war in
other parts of the world. ' They ar
part'of that contingent'; whose enlist
ment in 1S9S gave Illinois the banner
record of furnishing more trained
men for the navy than any state in
The local organization, known as the
Eighth division, was mustered into
service after the close of the Spanish
American war. It was through the ef
forts of the Hon. William MeEuiry.
then" representee of this district, and
George Tubbs of this ciO", that one of
the divisions located at Moline was
transferred to this city. George Tubbs
was elected senior lieutenant, Samuel
Bowlby junior lieutenant and Fred
Tubbs and Joe Frey its ensigns. Later
Fred Tubbs was elected lieutenant
and acted as such until his removal
from the city, when S. R. Davis suc
ceeded him. Lieutenant Davis recog
nized at once that if the division was
kept up to the standard of other cit
ies, it would be necessary that the
men should have boat practice and
Immediately took the matter up with
Captain W. F. Purdy, the commanding
officer of the reserve of this state,
who assured him of the two boats nec
essary, providing this division fur
nished a boat house to properly care
for the same.
Thanks to the liberal citizens and
Orrine Destroys the Craving for Drink.
Cure Effected or Money Refunded.
It was formerly customery for the
habitual drinker to take the pledge
regularly, sometimes once a year, and
sometimes in every fit. of remorse that
followed his debauches, and then
Break it. '
But now it Is. gradualy dawning on
the world that pledges do not stop
drunkenness. When a man takes a
pledge voluntarily, he expects to keep
it. Every man expects to keep his
word, and every broken pledge costs
the drunkard many a heartache. But
he cannot help it He fights as long
as he can, then succumbs to the crav
ing. The nervous system of the habit
ual drinker is diseased and he must
have treatment that will cure this con
dition. . .... . ' ..
Orrine is sold under a positive guar
antee to cure the drink habit or the
money will be refunded. No other
treatment for the liquor habit is sold
with such a liberal guarantee. . -
Orrine Is prepared in two forms; No.
a powder, perfectly tasteles and col
orless, which can. be given secretly
in any food or drink. ; Orrine No. 2,
Is in pill form, ipr those who, wish, to
be cured of the habit, and It Bhould be
taken by every vpne'.vha i wears off.
' No matter which form of Orrtna is
used the guarantee is the rune.. The
price of Orrine la 1 per box, mailed
In plain sealed wrapper upon , receipt
of price. Write, for free booklet on
"How to Cure Drunkenness' (mailed In
plain, Bealed envelope) by the Orrine
company, Washington, D. C Orrine Is
sold by Harper House pharmacy. '
the Booster club of this city that came
to their aid, the Eighth division, will
launch this spring one of the finest
boat houses to be seen along th
Mississippi river, and with the remod
eling of the city hall, this city ha
provided the reserve with new quar
ters that will stand second to none in
the state and which will be thrown
open for public inspection at a mili
tary ball on Thursday evening, Feb. 4.
This is the story of the naval re
serve of Illinois, an organization in a
large sense built up through the cour
age and persistency of the members if
the reserve themselves.
OTTO C. HERKERT, '
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
Pazo Ointment Is guaranteed to
cure any case of itching, blind, bleed
ing or protruding piles in 6 to 14 days
or money refunded. 60c.
OiaiCTION CtlAnBCRLJN.KlNDT A COeiMMV.
Thursday, Feb. 4.
The Greatest of All Musical Extra va
TOP CT TH WORLD
Record: Six Months in New York; Five
Months in Chicago. .
Full Original Cast, and Company of 10,
BAILEY AND AFSTIX, V
Arthur Hill, Alice Hageman.' Harry"
Fairlcigh. George Majeroni, William : '
Quirk, Florence Smith, and the " '
Collie Ballet.' ' ' : '"'
Note. -This is the original company."1' '
rrieea 50c. T.'.c, Jl.'Sl.oO; boxes,
Phone west 224. 1
MaiCTiora CHAnatHUN.KiNDT acm-ipam.
Wednesday, Feb. 3.
Matinee and 'ight. r
Rowland and Clifford Present
(By. Bertha M. Clay.) . ;
A Thrilling Heart Story of Interest and
Dramatic Power. ' c
Special matinee at 2:30 p. m. for la-'
dies and children.
PRICES Matinee. 10c and 55e; night,
10c, 20c, 30c and 50c. ' - .
Phone west 224. ' ' "
The BcNt Vaudeville Show In the Three
Citie a I -HI Show (or 10c.
ED DUNKHURST & CO.
"THE CRY. BABY."
John Vanderiff ......'.".. Douglas Grove
Mrs. John VanderitT Cora Jeff erson
Ed Dunkhurst Cry Baby
Mr. Dunkhurst was nnc4 Jim. Jeffries
sparring partner. Don't fail to look
CARL YA9.DO .:
, Musical Act. . : .
DR. W. H. YOUKG AND
2 SISTER: .
Presenting the College Boy. Juggler.
Singing and Dancing, the;. Greatest
the AVorld.- ' .
MRS. MAE -RICHARDS
... .C ASEYi
Singing that Beautiful Song,"Nohe' But
opfiscppE S ;
' Latest MovingPictures."' ? ' ;..
- Comjng lat' half .or wjeelf jVA( Stew
ard presents The Tonsorial Parlora. .
. - Order- seats by phone newtrss; old 62.