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THE ROCK ISUAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910.
CLINTON AS A FOE
TO THROW ROLLER
MISS OLIVE VAIL, PRIMA DONNA
IN "MISS NOBODY FROM STARLAND"
Rock Island High School Team
to Strive to Even Up for
Last Season's Defeat.
Seattle Physician Shows Superior
Cleverness All Through Bout
I0WANS HAVE SAME LINE
Moline Handed Decisive Trimming
Bnt Locals Hope to Make a
Despite the fact that it has worked
without a regular coach the past week,
the local high school football team Is
determined to put up a better fight
against the fast Clinton team tomor
row than Moline did a few weeks ago.
Moline was decisively defeated, the
score being 22 to 10. Clinton defeated
Rock Island last year by a score of
5 to 0, the game being played in a
drizzling rain. Clinton has practically
the sarae'team this season as last.
The local team however, is by no
means in such bad shape as might be
imagined. Principal A. J. Burton, C.
E. Gilman, Marry voi-x.an and Joseph
Streckfus have been out regularly, and
the team is showing more ginger than
at any -evious time this season. The
presence oi . many coaches, together
with the colder weather, has made the
boys hustle around the field, and there
have been no instances of the scrubs
holding the first team, as they did a
few weeks ago. A number of plays of
former years have been given the team
by the alumni, who are coaching, and
the boys are getting away with them.
All In Good Condition.
Mr. Burton stated yesterday that all
the men were eligible for the game
and in good condition. This is the
first time this season that every man
has been ready to get into the game.
The presence of a full squad and some
new faces out at practice has put life
into the hoys, and they are playing
hard to retain their positions. While
the coaches refused to predict victory
for the team, they are confident that
the boys will give the Clintonites a
run for the money.
The feature of the week's practice
6 Laughing 'ights 6
Closing Saturday Night.
MR. HERBERT L. FLINT
The Eminent American Mes
merist, presenting his unique,
amusing exhibition of mes
merism, assisted by
ALICE KITE HUGHES
Hypnotic Musical Director.
PRICES 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
One Big Week, Commencing
Monday, Nov. 7
Maxwell-Hall Stock Company
In All Xevv Plays and Vaudeville.
Opening play a four-act comedy
"A JEALOUS WIFE"
Six Big Vaudeville Acts as an Added
THE GREAT RENOS
A show in themselves.
Prices 10c, 20c, 30c.
Ladies free Monday night If tick
ets are paid for before 6 p. m. Mon
Tuesday Night, Nov. 8.
David Belasco Presents
In Eugene Walter's Greatest Play,
Prices 50c, 73c, $1, $1.50 and $2.00.
Seat sale opens Saturday, Nov. 5 at
9 a. m.
LOOK. SPECIAL. LOOK
Come and see the big airship at the
Last half of week, greatest show
ever put on in a vaudeville house in'
the tri-cities. Full of comedy. Pre
senting M. E. Moore Rah Rah Boys
Five eopIe in act featuring
LONA D. JACKSON
And her airship floating over your
Look Bimm. Bomm, Brr Musical
trio, also headliners.
Four Other Biff Feature Acts
Standing room sign will be out
early. Vou can phone your seats,
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has been the improvement in the line.
Heretofore the boys have played in a
haphazard sort of way, having re
ceived very little coaching. The pres
ence of some alumni who played in
the days when the game was a series
of line plunges has led to the improve
ment. The return of Tremann, who
won an "it. I." on the line last year,
will also strengthen that department
of the team. "
lrn on Roth l.inr.
The lineup for tomorrow will be onr
kof the strongest of the season. It is
as follows: Grove, le; Tremann, rt,
OcL 31 to Nov. 5 The FiinU.
Nov. 4 "Tiie Third Degree."
Nov. S Frances Starr in "The Easl
Nov. 9 Frances Starr in "The Eas-: famous dancers, some of them exceed
iest AA'ay." jinirly valuable from a collector s siand-
Nov. 12 "Rose Stahl In "The Cho-j point. Klie recently mided a tiny pair
rus Lady." jof soft white kid-skin slippers to her
Nov. 13 "The Spendthrift."
Nov. 14 Henry Miller in "Her Hus
FLINT CLOSES TOMORROW.
Pr. Herbert L. Flint, the mesmerist.
who is entertaining large audiences j
nightly at the Illinois theatre, will
close his week's engagement with the
performance of tomorrow evening.
"MISS NOBODY FROM STARLAND."
Katherine AA'itchie, whose sprite-like
dancing is such a delightful feature of
"Miss Nobody from Starland,'' which
Friday Night, Nov. 4
Henry B. Harris' Elaborate Produc
tion of Charles Klein's Masterpiece,
"THE THIRD DEGREE"
AVith the stamp of approval still
fresh from its former visit to
Entire New York Production.
Prices 50c to $1.50
Seats Now on Sale.
Sunday, Nov. 6.
Matinee and Evening.
Chicago's Greatest Musical Comedy I
AV'illiam H. Singer's
"Miss Nobody from Starland"'
Dazzling deluge of clever stars,
beautiful women, gorgeous gowns.
striking original- chorus features,
stunning stage pictures.
Tintinnabiilant Music and Big Song
Biggest musical revue that has ever
played Sixty-five people.
Prices Matinee, 25c to $1.00
Woodin. lg: Hughes, c: Taylor or Bud
elier. rg; Mclntyre. rt ; Iooley, re;
Larkin. nb: Mac.Manus llib; Benson,
fb; AY right rhb.
In the Clinton lino there will be:
Flanders, le; John, It. Mansfield, lg;
Herrity. c; Cromer, rg; Hayes, it;
McCarthy, re; Emmons, qb; Rich, rhb;
Roach, lhb; Lake. fl.
Gross of Cedar Kapids will referee,
and Oilman of Rock Island will be
Tomorrow's Rock Island - Clinton
panto will be played at Exposition
park, beginning at ? o'clock.
will be at the Illinois here next Sun
day, matinee and nisht, has a collec
tion of dancing slippers. She began
her collection by accident when she
came into possession oij a pair of slip
pers that bad been worn by Taglioni.
That started tlio fad am! now in her
1 cosy little home iu St. l.ouis she has
two glass cases full of ihe fool son r of
collection. Her mother found them
for Miss AA'itchic. They are labeled
"Katherine"s first st-ps were taken in
these slipp.-rs." and the date. Curious
ly enough, the pretty little dancer
thinks onife a little of thos soiled lit-
"e baby shoes. "Miss Nobody from
Starland." as presented in Chicasro.
will be presented herr with such well
known people in the cast as Olive
A'ail. Ralph Riggs. .loo Neimeyer, Law
rence Comer. Adriatic Kroell, Bort
Morton and a pretty chorus.
MAXWELL-HALL STOCK CO.
Beginning next Monday, the Maxwell-Hall
Stock company will fill a
week's engagement at. the Illinois the
atre, with matinees Saturday and Sun
day. This compnny comes to the Il
linois presenting new faces, new
plays, new vaudeville features and
new ideas. The company, which is
said to be far above the average,
boasts a lady star in the person of
Miss Jean AVeir. who would be a cred
it to many of our metropolitan com
panies playing at higher prices, and
Manager Tomas is said to have sur
rounded her with a company of excep
tional merit. The opening play Mon
day will be Justin Adam's great com
edy drama, "A Jealous AVife.'' which
will be followed by "Belle of Virginia
"The Cowboy s Sweetheart." "A Mad
Love," "The Paisen Mystery." "Iost
on the Pacific," "The Golden AA'est,"
"Secrets .of the Police." "Playing the
Rosary,'' "Camille" and "The Lady of
Lyons." The usual custom of admit
ting ladies free will be enforced on
this occasion if the seats are called
for before 6 p. m. on the opening day.
AT THE MAJESTIC.
Miss Lorna D. Jackson's college
comedy skit in which Miss Jackson
and four 'rah 'rah boys disport them
selves to college tunes and dances, is
the feature of the Majestic show which
Manager Joe Quinn presents for the
week end. The performance is a
nvl(vKM iti finri Intftrnot nam, tifre
The concluding feature is a trip in a
dirigible balloon which Miss Jackson
makes over the heads of the audience
in a darkened house. The feature is
a delightfully new one and so well
managed is the contrivance that you
see only the dimly lighted balloon and
the features of Miss Jackson below It
as she sings a new aeroplane song.
The act has a graceful movement and
during "the action a number of clever
songs are sung by a quartet of good
singers. The special scenic setting
shows a college campus with trees,
fence and college buildings. The cos-tnming-,
nl the act is also good. Kate
Chicago, Nov. 4. Jess ATestergaard
of Iowa failed last night in his attempt
to throw Dr. Benjamin F. Roller of
Seattle within an hour In the wlndup
of the Empire Athletic club wrestling
series. Westergaard assumed the of
fensive from the start and for nearly
the full hour struggled In an effort to
turn the Seattle physician-wrestler,
but was held by the superior clever
ness of the Pacific coast veteran. Fin
ally, in the last few minutes Roller
twice fitted full Xelsons to his big foe,
without sufficient weight to overturn
Watson makes a good "rube" girl
character and when she tells of a par
ty she "was to-' last night it is hard
to refrain from laughing out loud. Her
jokes are new and she tells them with
an odd expression which is quite orig
inal. Roger and Evans do a dancing
act, while "Bimm, Bomm, Birr," a Ger
man musical trio, play novelty stuff
very well. Mrs. Casey sings "Tennes
see," and the pictures are new.
MERRY WIDOW TO WED.
Milwaukee. Vis., Nov. 4. Former
Mayor David S. Rose has listened to
the tuneful "Merry AA'idow" waltz and
has decided to quit being a widower
and take unto himself a helpmeet who
for some time was the sprightly prima
donna of a "Merry Widow" company
which toured the northwest. The for
mer mayor of Milwaukee announced
in Denver that he intended to be mar
ried, but refused to name' the lady.
However, his friends here declare her
name is Rosemary Gloss and that she
delighted Mayor Rose and Milwaukee
audiences two years ago as the leading
lady in Frank Lehar's musical comedy.
Mr. Rose is in Denver and for some
time hfs been in Seattle and other por
tions of the west lecturing against the
anti-saloon movement. For some time
it has been declared Mr. Rose would
establish a law office in Denver after
his lecture tour. Mr. Rose Is CO years
of age and Miss Gloss is not over 30
and looks even younger.
A1TKEN TO QUIT RACING
Pilot Says Heath of Two Partners in
Oue Vear Ciets on His Nerve.
Atlanta. Ga., Nov. 4. His nerve
shaken by the tragic death of two
partners in one year, Johnny Aitken
yesterday announced he never would
drive another automobile in a race.
Aitken made the announcement after
acting as pallbearer at the funeral of
Al Livingston, who was killed in a
practice spin at the speedway on Tues
day. "I never will drive again," said
Aitken. "The tragedy of the racing
game has gotten on my nerves." Tom
Kincaid, one of Altken's partners, was
killed at Indianapolis, and the death of
Livingstone caused Aitken to quit.
FOGEL WANTS JOHN EVERS
Philadelphia Owner Considers Cuh
Would lie Idea Manager.
New Orleans, Nov. 4. President
Fogol of the Philadelphia Nationals,
who was in town last night, said that
while looin probably would manage
his team for some time yet, he has
his eye on Johnny Evers of the Cubs
as "the ideal manager.'' and will go
after his services if he can be pur
chased. Eddie Collins Weds.
Philadelphia. Nov. 4. Eddie Collins,
t ii iiuuviii'iriMiii
2207 Fourth Ave.
AA'e want to help you do
your holiday baking by fur
nishing you the best material.
AVe have a complete new line
of all the necessaries for your
mincemeat and your fruit cake.
Seeded raisins, fancy,
a package 10c
Seedless raisins, a pound. 10c
Three pounds ........ 25c
Currants. Chanden currant in
packages, a package .... 10c
Figs, a package 10c
Molasses, best cooking mo
lasses. Dove brand, can . . 10c
Syrup, Korn syrup, can . 10c
Citron, extra fancy.
Lemon and orange peel,
Walnuts, finest soft shell Cal
Walnuts, black, peck ... 35c
Sweet cider, sparkling clear,
sweet, a gallon 30c
All kinds of baking powders,
extracts and purest spices.
For making candy we have
the best XXXX confectioners'
sugar, brown sugar, chocolate,
No holiday feast complete
without a cup of Folger's fine
Amber, pound 28c
Alhambra, pound 35c
Golden Gate, pound ... 40c
Everything we Bend out Is
guaranteed to be the best in
the market. '
THE HUB .
Continuous bargain performance. Never In the history of Rock Island county have the people had
such a grand opportunityto dress in such rich raiment at such a trifling cost. The eager money-saving
people are taking advantage of this great sale every day. Fast and furious has been the selling since
started this mighty sale. The sensational saving opportunities are awakening greater stir every day
and grows on the minds of the economical buyers. Join the crowds headed towards L. R. CraneV
store. You will find here the most astounding bargains ever Heard of. This Is an event that seldom
comes and now is the time to get in on those bargains in overcoats, eravenettes, suits, hats, caps, all
kinds of underwear, union and two-piece, sweater coats and including the full line of gents' furnish
ings, at prices that cannot be touched elsewhere for the money.
Men's strictly all wool velour
suits that are unusual $10.00 .
values. Tailored and designed
under our direction, they are
the best young men's tailored
garments that $10
ever bought $3.95
Strictly all wool velour suits,
unusual $12.50 value. Here
are surplus fabrics bought un
derprice from a leading New
England mill, tailored during
dull season at considerable
savings. These suits in fabric,
tailoring and trimmings nre
High grade velour and broken
sizes worsted Euits, smart
suits of high grade all wool
velours in the new shades.
Broken sizes in pure worsteds
in the new stripe tones, tans,
grays and olives. These are
hand tailored garments that
are excellent values
at $15.00 $7.45
Men's $1S.00 suits, all the
newest effects in woolens,
pretty tans, greens, olives and
grays predominate; also plain
blacks and blues. Latest cut
coats with the latest points of
fashion. Selection large enough
to meet men with every taste,
half or full lined suits for tall,
stout men $8.95
Money cheerfuiiv refunded
FARE PAID TO
OF $15 OR
A RADIUS OF
Second baseman for the Philadelphia
American league team, which recently
won the championship of the world,
was married last night to Miss Mabel
M0HA DEFEATS L0UGHREY
Milwaukee Iloer fJiven Verdict in
Fast Ten-Hound LI1.
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 4. Hob Moha
of Milwaukee won the decision over
Young Loughrey of Philadelphia last
night in 10. rounds of the fastest mill
ing ever seen in Milwaukee, a battle
in which Loughrey took punishment
in a single round that would have been
satisfactory to the fans if distributed
over an entire battle. The first eight
rounds were all Mohas.
Nelson to Box Moran.
San Francisco. Nov. 4. Battling
Nelsn has finally signed with CofTroth
to meet Owen Moran in a 20-round
bout the last week of November. It
is said the match will be held at Blot's
open air arena Saturday afternoon,
Nov. 26, but should weather conditions
interfere the bout would be moved for
ward to the early part of the following
week for a night fight. The battler
has not given up his proposed match
with AYolgast for December, but wants
to make hay while the sun shines.
Barrett to Manage Brewers.
Milwaukee, WI3., Nov. 4. President
Charles S. Havenor of the Milwaukee
American association baseball club, ap
pointed "Jimmy" Barrett, manager of
In light, heavy and medium
weights. Overcoats that are
the peer of any that you will
see elsewhere at $12-00. In
English ulster cloth, Melton
beavers, domestic kerseys in
blue-black, some Italian lined,
others with heavy serge, good
sleeve lining, plain serge, good
sleeve lining, plain or fancy
lapped seams, marvel of
goodness at $4.95
Men's fine overcoats In English
ulster cloth, also kerseys, Mel
tons and beavers, In black,
blue and brown. Italian and '
serge lined, silk sleeve lining,
lapped sleeves. This coat is
positively worth $15
or money back $6.85
Overcoats of Royal-Standard
kerseys, also cravenette coats
positively and actually worth
$18.00 In any store in
the United States ... $8.45
Men's pants of wearproof Wel
lington material, perfect fit
ting, regular, price $2.00,
6ale price 95c
Men's pure worsted pants, in
narrow stripes and plain
shades for dress wear, regular
sale price $1.85
1S5 pair $.5.00 wool trousers
that can't be equaled for let-s,
while they last,
and railroad fare paid to purchasers of $15 or over within
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I3L JLL 3
1801-1803 2d Ave., Rock Island
the brewers to succeed John G. Mc
Claskey. Brake Equalizing Beams.
Brake equalizing beams which are
carried in slots cut in the side frame
members are subject to much the
same objection which prevails against
the older method of equalizing by
means of wire rope drawn through
the.tubular rorker shrift. rust, mud.
A Little Extra Money
Means a great deal to most people some
time or other; if NOW is that time with
you, see us. We'll loan you $15, more
if you want. The service will be quick,
quiet and polite, rates consistent with
justice. Call, write or phone West 122.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY, Suite 411
412 Peoples National Bank building.
Open Wednesday and Saturday nights.
Men's handkerchiefs, worth
Men's silk embroidered nus-
penders, 6ale price 11c
12 dozen ties, worth 50c, spec
ial for this sale only ... 19c
Men's fine lisle hose, newest
colors, worth' 25c 9c
Extra fine lisle hose .... 19c
15 dozen men's negligee shirts
of latest styles 37c
$1.50 pleated and soft bosom
shirts, partly soiled .... 58c
$1.00 Monarch and Elgin shirts
Men's $1.50 stiff bosom shirts
Men's hats, the latest Dunlap
and Knox shapes, worth $3.50.
none less than $2.00 . $1.19
Men's cotton hose, black .and
tan 15c value Qq
Union made work shirts, black
sateen, blue chambray, black
and white drill 35c and 42c
Lightweight Balbriggan under
wear, plain color 19c
Medium weight, woolen wor
sted underwear 58c
Pure wool ribbed Datural color
$1.50, now $1.09
Pure wool, flat garment, natur
al color. $1.50, now .. $1.03
One lot of boys' suits, worth
up to $3.00 $1.19
1 ) TARE PAID Ti
OF $15 on
A RADIUS OF
rust and hc:t grease may cpp
unequal resistance te th inovem'i;!
of the two ends of tl.- beam, wl ilf
also introducing crnsider.ilile resist
ance to tbeir motl'in. It is very essi-n-tinl
that the slot be Kept i lenti mi I
well liibrfc.Hr d if it is desired that the
brakes afford full service.
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