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TIIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1910.
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CHANNON & DUFVA
ft West 17th St., Rock Island.
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g Novelties and Favors, $
ti We have the finest and largest cj
assortment of Hallowe'en nov- x
c elties ever shown, too numer- O
g ous to mention. Come and see S
CJ them. They are just the thing O
) for your Hallowe'en partj
For your Hallowe'en S?
y, dinner order our 9
individual pumpkins g
anfl fancy cakes and O
have the best to be
9 171S-1713 Second Avenue. Both $
C Just received a fresa shipment
of Huyler's ' and Allegretti's
A FINE LINE OF THE
LATEST COLLEGE POS
TERS, SOFA PILLOWS
carbons, sepia prints and
hand colored mottos.
Remember we give yon
expert framing and mat
cutting and carry th. most
complete line cf mould
ings thi3 side of Chicago.
The -Ari Shop
Foster & Reding
1523 Second Ave.
Phone West l lt'O.
W Visitors Always Welcome.
For New and
finest and largest line of IJeat
t!i and Ranges ever seen in
this city in a second-hand
store. Your stove delivered
and put up by expert stove
men free of charge. All orders
given prompt attention. See
or phone Simmons before buy
ing or selling your goods. Fine
line of Carpenter's tools and
watches. Ccme and .see for
yourself. Phone. Old 1007.
1505 Second avenue.
IS NOT SETTLED
Three-EyeLeague Magnates to
Settle Waterloo's Pate in
AFTER NATIONAL MEETING
Scheme of Kinselia Evidently to Vote
Dubuque Out Also, ami Get
Control of Circuit.
Chicago, Oct. 20. (Special) The
hopes of what on the surface at the
morning session yesterday promised
one of the most harmonious sessions
the Three-Eye league has ever held,
with the golden rule as the guiding
motive were redely dispelled when the
delegates reassembled after the noon
recess of the annual meeting at the
Palmer house. All went well during
the opening proceedings, and in the
afternoon President Al Tenrney was
unanimously reelected, as was Vice
President James T. Hayes, and a num
ber of minor matters were disposed of
in the same spirit.
But it took a mere incident to devel
op a conspiracy hinted at in yester
c'ays Argus, Dick Kiusella of Spring
field 'being the mainspring of the dis
turbance, aided and abetted by Ed
ward Holland of Bioomington. Think
ing that everything was running along
smoothly and with a view to facilitat
ing Imsir.ess and getting the league
into established formation for its fu
ture activities, F. O. Van G alder of
Hock Island offered a resolution which
in effect was that the Three-Eye
league continue to be constituted as
during the season just closed, com
prising the cities of Rock Island, Dav
enport, Dubuque, Waterloo, Peoria, i
Bioomington, Springfield and Danville.
TVir, rnn nnn T I o t-i "l T? r iu n n rP Tn-i-i n
offered a substitute" resolution signed j which !'at crt-v had ma,dc -ood in Us
hv the four southern clubs that the attendance this year without any boos
Waterloo ' franchise be forfeited iindter da-vs or special appeals to the pub.
that some other city so situated rc-o- ! lic a'1 Predicted that if permitted to
..-o-.t,;,,.,)!,. o nnmt,u .h n,ii, ircmain in th3 league another year the
be admitted in place of Waterloo. The
question of the ground for removal of
Waterloo was at once raised and Dick
Kinselia explained that the agreement
subscribed to by Waterloo when it en
tered the league was that it was to
be taken in on a year's probation to
terminate at the exniration of the
time stated if for anv reason it
should be the desire of the league. Mr.
Kinselia declared that he was not
moved by personal motives in the mat
ter, but purely out of consideration for
the weifnre of the league as a whole.
He contended furthermore that Water
loo was so far removed from the south
end of the league as to make traveling
too expensive. lie faid, for instance
that on a trio of his team to Waterloo :
his railroad fare and hotel bill aggre-
TIZ Makes Sick Feet Weil, No Matter !
What Ails Them.
Ti'A arts fit once and makes tirrd. ,
anli"froSrroV.'1 remark:ib,y frcsh
It's the sure remedv. you know, for .'
everything that p ts the matur with I
your tcol. Its for sore feet xn it 1
v. ;ity. t:i4-smr-ltf!!; f 't. and for j
c--ms. i ;il!oi;s s ami I. unions, too. I
K..ro t-ii-r xiifi-r.-u iiiirnsc
siu. Jtme r. i. .1 h- fiKKiN!ii-- of :ih--
.f TI.. .l.frli norknl a prrlV, t , ure. n
u lias with ;i emit fU'tiy f jn.v frH-iKin.
1 noiihl not lie itlioiit It. All It re-
j!iirri is to J:fc Utio-.n to li iinerMHlly
uel." A. I3r!iit ,fr, hU'iiK".
i: not a )ovhT. ruwilcrs ami
other 1'or.t remi'ilics !"g up the r'
TIZ 'Iran's o-it all pf-isonnus cxud.it inns
vhh-h lrincj on soreness of the feet, anil
is the only romerly that does. TIZ cleans
out '. very pore and gloriliea the feet
You'll never limn ncrnfn or draw up
vour laee in tiain, und you'll forget
abi nt your corns, bunions and callouses, i
,! ;! line new jutsoh.
Tli: is f'T sale at all driiKiFts. 2.",
cents per box. or it will he ent you di
rect, it' you wh;h. from Walter Luther
Iodgt & Co., Ijodtye building, Chicago,
done iiy Tiir:
. .-.r eV
All 27-inch width carpets, yard
Ingrain Carpets Gc
Oriental, Domestic and Smyrna rugs,
per sc-uare foot lc
Upholstering JOc to $1
Mattresses SOc to 73c
THE VACUUrVi CLEANING CO.,
AT CAKPK.NTEK COAL CO.'S
123 20th St. Phone W. 295
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
gated $157, while all he got in return
was $70. Edward Holland of Bioom
ington seconded Mr. Klnsella's sfiite
ment by saying that on a trip of the
Bioomington team to Waterloo, his
outlay was equally out of proportion to
the amount received.
Paid More Than Received.
To these accusations P. J. Martin of
Waterloo replied that during the year
Waterloo had paid Springfield $840,
while Springfield had paid Waterloo
$51)3; that Waterloo had paid Bioom
ington $S2G, while Bioomington had
paid Waterloo $491. A general dis
cussion followed in which James T.
Hayes of Davenport said he regarded
the proposed action as premature in
that no city was suggested to take Wa
terloo's place. This brought out tne
intimation that bath Decatur and Quin
qy were candidates and in the running
remarks that followed back and forth
it was apparently developed that the
scheme was one of the southern clubs
to follow tho ousting of Waterloo, if
successful, by throwing out Dubuque
and thus gaining the control of the
The views of M. H. Sexton were ask
ed and the former league president,
after having been given a Roosevelt-
i ian reception, look the position that
I the league would make a serious mis
take if it undertook to break up the
circuit at this time. He cautioned
conservative, deliberate action with
consideration for all interests involved
and urged that harmony and good feel
ing attend all that might be done.
All "Hot ! Withdrawn.
Following Mr. Sexton's talk an in
formal conference was held, at the con
clusion of which President Tearney
announced that it had been agreed in
view of the effective manner in which
Mr. Sexton had presented the situa
tion to withdraw all motions for the
present, at least, referring to the Wa
terloo franchise. Mr. Rowan thereupon
withdrew his motion, but Mr. Kiusella
withdrew the second to it only with
the understanding that it would be re
newed at a future meeting of the
P. J. Martin, speaking further for
Waterloo referred to the manner in
booster town would draw C'1,000 at
Mr. Sexton spoke further of the
league prospects, referring to the pos
sibility of a reduction in the classifi
cation from Class Ti to Class C, based
on the federil rcisus of 1910, and
said Caere might be one of two ways
! to i('cP tllc hja-ue
in the present
class and to this end he was willing
to give his assistance.
The league thereupon adjourned
subject to the call of the president.
The Rock Island baseball contingent
is making its headquarters during the
wrrld's series at the Lexington, where
is gathered about the familiar Mine
Host McIIugh a colony of people from
t!lc? old town that ls Phasing to look
WonM Buy Rclrnse.
Stray observations dropped by the
newspapers in the southern end of
the Three-Eye circuit indicate that
the deal lias been arranged for
Quincy to buy its release from the
"ontral association, the club being
ready, it is said, to pay $2,500 to
get away from its present company.
In the event of acceptance of the
offer the southern Three-Eye towns.
it is intimated. propose to admit motis m pronouncing inw comeny one
Quincy and Decatur, whether or no, I of the most delightful entertainments
and if Rock Tsland and Davenport de- of the season. Though termed a com
ciine to corne along, to neither do I ! it is more in the nature of a farce,
business with six ciubs or fill out by i containing all of thos? comical situa
adding Jacksonville and Freeport. I tions and amusing incidents charac
Of cc ur.-e there is evidently a good ! teristic cf farces which prove their
deal of bluff in this, for the league I worth by their populaiity. And tha
would certainly be no better off thus popularity of "The Lottery Man" is
reorganized than it is now. Quincy
and Decatur could hardly be expect
ed t turn out any better crowds
than Rock Island and Davenport do,
and the expenses of traveling to the
two separated as they are. would he
about the same as the cost of mak
ing the single trip to reach both
Rock Island and Davenport. Then
i there would be Jacksonville and
Freeport, Loth decidedly dead in
place of Dubuque and Waterloo, and
Freeport. to boot, about as distant
from the other 0iubg as Dubuque
These rumors, while thev mnv nnt
ilmf'ui't to anything in the long run,
indicate that Kinselia has been hunt-
''",-l sl1' for a chance to
jriisUirb the existing order of things.
ELKS CONDUCT THE
BURIAL OF KETCHEL
Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 20.
The funeral of Stanley Ketchel was
held today and was conducted by the
There wers impressive ser-
! vices in the Catholic church.
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO THE
CIticago, .Milwaukee & St. Paul liail
tvay. Take advantage of the low round
trip homeseekers' fares in effect on
the first and third Tuesdays of each
month during the remainder of
1910, and investigate the wonderful
opportunities in all lines of business
along the new Chicago, Milwaukee
& Puget Sound railway in the Da
kotas, Montana, Idaho and Washing
ton. These tickets bear final return
limit of 25 days from date of sale
80ciancl nermit of liberal stopovers. De
scriptive literature ana run infor
mation from any Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul agent or representative,
or F. A. Miller, General Passenger
WE'RE ALL GOING TO BUY TAGS
SATURDAY. THE MONEY GOES TO
SUPPORT BETHANY HOME, AN IN
STITUTION WHERE HOMELESS
CHILDREN ARE CARED FOR AND
Xew York Nationals Buried
Americans by a Score of
10 to 2.
New York, Oct. 20. The Yankees
fell upon the Giants' pitchers. Ames
and Wiltse, and hammered their
curves all over the ballyard yester
day and won the sixth post-season
game 10 to 2. Four doubles, two
singles, two bases on balls and an
error by Doyle sent eight runs over
the plate for the Yankees in the sec
The receipts of the game were
$6,044.50, of which sum the national
commission will receive $604.45 and
the club owners $5,440.05. Ine
number of paid admissions totaled
The Giants took to Vaughn's
curves kindly in the third inning,
driving home two runs. Quinn was
called to the pitching mounds and
kept them from scoring with his spit
ball delivery. The games now stand
three victories for the Giants, two
for the Highlanders and one game
tied. The score:
Giants 0 0200000 0- 2 10 2
Highlanders ... .0 8 0 0 1 1 0 0 -10 14 1
Batteries Amas, Wiltse, Myers
and Wilson; Vaugjhn, Quliyn and
NO HITS, 10 ERRORS
BY JAPS IN GAME
Cliicao University Nino Finds Snap
in Alumni of School at
Tokio, Oct. 20. The Chicago uni
versity baseball team defeated the
Tomon club of Waseda university
Oct. 23 "The Lottery Man," mati
nee r.nd evening
Oct. 25 Christian Science lecture.
Oct. 2S "The Rosary."
Oct. 29 "A Rogue's Honor."
Oct. 30 Mildred Holland.
Oct. 31 to Nov. 5 The Flints.
Oct. 21 "The Girl of My Dreams."
Oct. 29 "The Girl in the Taxi."
Nov. 4 "The Third Degree."
Nov. 8 Frances Starr iu "The Easi
"THE LOTTERY MAN."
After its long run at the Bijou Thea-
tre, New York, Rida Johnson Young's
comc dv, "The I.ottc rv Man," will be
seen on tour. The Messrs. Shubert,
under whose management the niece
has been produced, announce that the
entire original New York cast and
production, will be seen when "The
Lottery Man" comes to the Illinois
Theatre next Sunday, October 23rd,
matinee and evening.
The New York press was unani-
unquestioned, and "Lizzie," who con
tributes so much to the humor of the
play, has been one of the most -talked
of characters extsnt among Broadway
attractions. Lizzie, by. the way, is the
thin and elderly spinster who plays
the part of a companion, and to whom
eventually falls the "lottery prize" in
the shape of a real, live, prospective
husband. The latter, however, when
he finds the toils of fate closing
around him in the form of Lizzie
determined and relentless in her pur
pose to marry him begins to realize
the enormity of his offense in offering
himself as the human prize in a mat
rimonial lottery. To make matters
worse, at any rate more humorous,
for the fun grows as the troubles in
crease, he has fallen in love with a !
beaut ifuli girl who spurns him when
Indifreslion Is the Cause of It Har
per House Pharmacy Has the Cure.
People go on suffering from little
stomach troubles for years and imag
ine they have a serious disease.
They over eat or over drink and
force on the stomach a lot of extra
But they never think (that , the
stomach needs extra help to do extra
If these people would take tw-o
MI-O-NA stomach tablets with or
after meals stomach misery would
go in five minutes and they would
be a great big help to the stomach
in its strain of overwork.
MI-O-NA Is guaranteed by the
Harper House pharmacy to cure in
digestion or any stomach disease,
or money back.
MI-O-NA for belching of gas.
MI-O-NA for distress after eating.
MI-O-NA for foul breath.
MI-O-NA for biliousness.
MI-O-NA to wake up the liver.
MI-O-NA for heartburn.
MI-O-NA for sick headache.
MI-O-NA for nervous dyspepsia.
MI-O-NA after a banquet.
MI-O-NA for vomiting of preg
nancy. Fifty cents a large box at the Har
per House pharmacy and druggist"?
alumni today 11 to 2. The visitors
made nine hits, four errors and the
graduates no hits and 10 errors.
Philadelphia Athletics ...2 0
Chicago Cubs 0 2
W. I T,
N. Y. Highlanders ...2 3 1
N. Y. Giants 3 2 1
CHANCE JOLTS JEERING
ROOTER ON JAWP0INT
Chicago Manager Resent Present of
Lemon When lie 1 teaches
Chicago, Oct. 20. There was no
battle with the Athletics for the
Cubs yesterday, but Manager Chance
had one on his hands. It was over
almost as quickly as it started. The
scene of action was on Canal street,
just outside the Union station.
Chance had just come off the
special train from Philadelphia and
had entered H. Strahorn's automo
bile with his wife, -when a "loyal"
Cub rooter came forward and offer
ed to shake hands with him. When
Chance extended his hand, the man
dropped a lemon in it, at the same
time remarking that it was an ap
propriate gift for a yellow something
or other unfit for print.
Of course the Cubs' manager
would not have liked this at any
time, but he was more angered than
he ordinarily would have been be
cause the language was used in front
of his wife. Chance bounded out of
the machine and landed a knockout
on the "rooter's" jaw. The man hit
the sidewalk. Chance then got into
the machine and drove away.
sl.e finally learns that ho has actually
been the originator of the scheme. He
fails to make her see at first that he
had a good motive, which was to real
ize a sum of money in order that hc
might better provide for his little
mother and "pal," as he cails her.
After providing endless fun for the
audience, the difilculty is straight
en td without resorting to any kind cf
a tragedy. There ft re no quakes and
chills in "The Lout ry Man." The'
author and the excellent company
which portrays the piece provide a
wholesome r.nd effectual cure for men-!
tal ills, for you will laugh In a per-
fectly good, old-fashioned way when j
you see "The Lottery Man," whose'
hunior is rure ailrl sl,onTan.-ous, free
from any undesirable allov.
"THE GIRL OF MY DREAMS."
We hear much about the necessity ef
going ab'-ead for material for plays,
but right here in America we have an
i , ., ... , ,
ciouuu.tiiet; iu muii kh geiuu iiuvs an
, u.-tuoLMtateu u at iea.-i one 01 our . an QO(.iiinsr to try them 1 pn.cur
authois, Wilbur D. Nesbit. who has : d a box at the llarp'r Hon: ;har
becn a writer on the Chicago Kvening macy. They eemplet.dy removed the
Post for a great h ng.h of time. Mr. j backache and 1 am now in rood
Nesbit, in conjunction with Ot;o Hancr- ; health. Loan's Kidney Bi.N !:sc.e
bach and Karl Hosehaa. has written at!:e or. tire ci" dit for my cure."
truly American play, "Tho C.iri of My I For sale by ail denie s. Price ."
Dreams." In this play the America of i cents. Foster- 1,t;i',i:rn company, P .::'
years ago and our very up-io date j falo, N. Y.. sole agents for the I t.ited
America are brought together with the State.
loading eharacn rs, which are a de-j Remember the
mure little Quakeress (played by Leila 'and take.no other.
Mclntyre) and a bacht lor, who is al .
motor enthusiast, in Ameiica life is
filled with swe t. innocent and Ionian -
tic incidents, and it is good to know
ihat we have some authors who d not
find it necessary to go out of their own i j(
country for material. Tiie play is at j j)
more tomorrow evening.
AT THE MAJESTIC.
A bill that Manager Quinn is con
fident will he a big drawing card is
5r l.od i: lo.t , o ctart lii l.c-. h.ilf r
week at the Majestic theatre this al'-iv
ternoon. The bill is headed by Torn ! j
l mton and comimny in a new spec
taeaiar musical comcdv sketch
UOs- wbn rotndmliop tlia 'Ii.rw.l.-,
Gil is" know that Linton understands i j'
comed well enough to make people : )V
laugh. His new one is said to be ;
a big improvement over the "Jiinp- j
Girls." The vaudeville-drama or as !
it is called by critics the "dramatic
capsule" or "tabloid comedy" is one
of the newer forms of vaudeville
entertainment. O. Clayton P.iirnison
and Kathleen Taylor will bring tojf.e
the Majestic such an act. The play
let is in two scenes, the first de-:
t'uiis tx miwi hi me nuimn cjuar- i
ter of New York, and the second a ,
sn.dio. The action is said to bell
una en n'riaimn g. Anotner a t
which is known to be good will he '
here. It Is the nnstliann ti!r if ,
street musicians who sing and play
stringed instruments. These three
foreign musicians are artists and
have never failed to please in the j
three cities. Hugh Rlaney will com- ;
rlete the bill by putting on a de-!
scriptive singing act. Mrs. Casey:
will sing Joseph E. Howard's song
hit, "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her
Now," made famous by Henry Wood- i
ruff. , ;
PAULINE ENGAGED AGAIN.
New Y'ork. Oct. 20. Pauline Chase
announced last night her engagement
to marry Claude Grahame-White. the ;
caviciLvji, in uic apiiii d:iu re
id re- j
se is ,
tire from the stage. Miss Chase
now playing in "Our Miss Gibbs
the Knickerbocker theatre, and Gra-!
fcame-White Is in this country giving j
Elm Trees Supplied
Any Size and Quantity for Fall Planting
Phone W. 440-L.
exhibitions of an aeroplane of his own
design. During one of his recent ilights
Miss Chase accompanied the aviator
ao a passengei.
DAISY E. DALE MARRIED.
New York, Oct. 20. Miss Daisy TI.
Dale, daughter of Alan Dale, the dra
matic critic, was riarrW. yesterday to
Rohald W. Orr of Michigan City, Ind.
rhe wedding took pine- i:i S -afford.
-onn., without the knowledge of the
'at her, but there were no parental oh-
lectmns. All einkd happily at -Mr.
Dale's home on St. Nicholas avenue
la.-t ninht. The romance b gan on ;he
IF WOKEN ONLY KNEW
WImt a Heap of Happiii'-vs It V'u::Id
llriii to Ko k Inland Holies.
Hard to do
housework with an
Brings you hours
of misery at
leisure or rt work.
If women only know the c;ui!;e
Backache pains come from tick
'Twould save much l.eed'cs (.
Dean's Kidney Pills cure :-i'k i::d-
Many residents of this iciiiity en-(
j 4'nrs' m
Mrs. A. W. Houghton. S?:irs. III..
! says: I was m poor iiea!'!i for seme
time ac.d I now iK-lie-, . that ; II my
jtroul L was t.i.-v 1 by weak kiiii:"..-..
y.y back at Nd :i r at do:;l and
! there were dull. b ar!:r; down p.:::: -
j across my loins.
Isnells and Icd.'u
I :.' h" 1 dizzy
s. Do, ill's Kiii-
CORNS REMOVED WITH
Ingrowing and club nail
Uody and Facial Massuye
s sue- (
Full line of hair goods
Switches made cf combings.
VIOLA S. BENfJAGE
1S27!j 2d Ave. p.,ek island
Old Phone U.y.t.
... i . ..
Y S displayed when you come to us for
A money. The steady growth of this
company is simply the natural outcome of
our policy. It is the result of confidence
on the part of the people who know the
value of our quick, quiet, polite service.
We'll loan you $15, more if you want it,
at rates consistent with justice. MUTUAL
LOAN COMPANY, suite 411-412 Peoples
National bank building;. Phone West 122.
Open Wednesday and Saturday nighty
We have con
2.000 elm trees
and can supply
any size and
quantity for this
A phone or
card will have
one of our rep
on you and will
help you make
and give you
grow for one
year. All plant
ing and trim
ming of trees
done under the
E. P. Zimmer
L s vs
1819 17th St., Rock Island.
i ocean liner Cincinnati last August.
Miss Dale was with her father and he
soon learned of the engagement. He
gave his consent, hut did not expect
the wedding to take place so soon.
I '! f;! S :i t -3 iS itfifo.'&Zrl
- j B .r.-W
i ' ' .
Sunday, Oct. 23.
Matinee iud Night.
nam S. & Lee Shub rt (Inc.) Present
Rida Johnson Young's Whirl
wind .i Laughter,
The Gn at Newspaper Comedy
THE LOTTERY MAN
A Comedy in Three Acts and i:2-'
I Direct from Broadway after one
year in New York and two inonilu
;n Chicago. First time on tour.
Evening 2 5c to $1.50
Katir.ee 25c to 1.00.
The One Big Attraction of the Season
Friday Evening, Oct. 21.
Jos' i h M. Ci.'.tcs lhv.'i nt!
"THE GIRL OF MY DREAMS"
By the authors ef ' T) r Twins" and
"Mn,o. ;- .-rry."
I lead.-d by
Jcbn IT.ycir.s and Leila Mclntyre
And Ci lupany of To Augmented Or-
Prices SOc to $1.50.
i-'eats I hv; en a'.e. Few good ones
left. Pliono Fast
M A JESTICT H E A T RE
Complete change of program
TCi.l LINTON & CO.
.1 I'.'z Siic.-im.
Will Take Yon o'i a Trip to Wwd:
in,t ii an 1 ( regoii.
Five Othor Ei.T Acts.
Four I'.'.-s Onlv. Don't Misa
( !d ih' it" 1 1; s."..
t Fcr Dfraltnnp, Opiaff..
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