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rriiE KOCK ISIAXU ARGUS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1011.
NORTH END TO
VOTE AS UNIT
Three-Eye Magnates Decide
to Stick for Retention of
CANNOT THEN BE OUSTED
If Ten-Club league Is Insisted on
OrAmr Rapids Will Be Favored
as One Member.
Beyond admitting that they for
mally agreed to stick for the reten
tion of Waterloo in the Three-Eye
league those who attended the con
ference of representatives of the four
northern clubs of the circuit at the
Jlotel Davenport yesterday afternoon
have little to say. This agreement
merely ratifies one tentatively made
earlier in the winter when it became
certain that an attempt would be
made to put the Boosters out of the
organization and admit Quincy.
The ten-club idea was not given
much consideration, for " it was
agreed that a league of more than
eight club would be cumbersome.
However, it was decided that in the
event the southern clubs fdt that
they had obligated themselves to ad
mit either Quincy or Decatur and de
manded such action the northern
clubs would insist that only one be
fidmitted and that Cedar Rapids be
Weak, Cold Spells
Wilmington. N. C. Mrs. Cora L.
Hitter, of this place, says: "I used
to have headaches and blind, dizzy
spells, and-weak, cold spells went allltne leam aispiays any oi me spien
r.ver me. I had different doctors, j djfi form which has been shown in
but thv were unable to tell me! the practice games in this city, it
v ha? was wrong, so I began to take will have an opportunity to be
(ardui. I am now all right, in goodlamonS th topnotchers at the end of
liwilth. and better than 1 have been i the tournament. The men who com
f..r 10 vrars." ("ardui is a remedy j Pi ise the local team are all consist
for wnm.n. which has: been helping jnt bowlers, and in practice have
t-ir k w m n for nearly a lifetime. ! seldom fallen below the 2,700 mark.
You ran absolutely rely on it. Other! The members of the team are .1. H.
oj.le have done the testing, and I
y i, u
hould profit by their experi- i
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women. Why not you? Begin tak
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Ill Hill 01111 II
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y l-'rler1o Arnold Rummer
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Prices 50c to $1.50
Seats now selling.
Friday Evening, Jan. 27
in Interpretative Recital
( Shakespeare j
M. Flower's third time here He
!s one of tl bist atitj m t popu-
drama; readers and i-lina."er j
Impersonators on the Lyceum plat
form. To hear him in "Hamlet" Is
almost like serins the p'a" itself. o
v eil s he d ! -i'it-i his characters.
Seats reserved at College phar
tiacy now. Phone West 556.
Admission 50 Cents.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
Peoples National Hank Building.
Open Wednesday anl Rat unlay
Kvenings. Phone West 122.
given the tenth berth, thereby pre
serving the balance of the circuit.
EEMS A CIXCH. '
Inasmuch as it requires five clubs
to make any changes la the circuit
under the constitution, as inter
preted by the court modifying the
injunction last week. It seems fairly
certain that Waterloo will be retained.
TO COST $200,000
Baseball Statistician Fibres SOO Men
Will Start Work for Majors
New York. Jan. 24. A baseball sta -
tistician here has just figured that the
spring training of all the major
league teams this year will cost about
$200,000. It is figured nearly 500 play
ers will begin practice at the major
league camps this year. Of this num
jber. nt least 100 will have to be drop
I ped when the proper time limit ar
I rives. The remainder will draw about
j $1,000,000 salaries,
;for each man.
LOCALS HOPE FOR
PLACE IN TOURNEY
Cross Country Bowling Team Leav
ing Tonight for St. Louis to
Try for Prizes.
The Cross Country bowling team,
which will represent Rock Island and
vicinity in the national tournament
at St. Louis, will leave tonight over
the Burlington for that city and
tomorrow night at 10 o'clock will
roll its first game in the contest. If
" len, v; . ti. nusiun, r ran, nuna-
nue, tnanes nominee anu .wmur
haiztnann. Aoe siouner ana rrann
Wich will also go to St. Louis. The
former will make the sixth man for
the three two-men teams of the
As the Cross Country team is
largely composed of members of
teams of the Commercial Bowling
league which meets regularly every
i Tuesday nifrlit at the Harms and
Patting alleys In this city, there will !
; l no league games tnis evening.;
I The series wir.cn was scneaujea tor ;
.,ORe or lnP gins ana ioiu in uri a'-.!cnorus ana large grand opera orcnes
future date. - (rest here. The father will likely jtra. and travels by special trains, in-
WILCOX SETS A RECORD
National Driver Covers Five Miles ft
Los Angeles Speedway in 3:21.
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 24. Howard
Wilcox, driving a National set the
five-mila competition speedway record
: of the Motordome at 3:21 yesterday, j
jA new record for the same distance;
was made for cars of CO cubic inches j
or less displacement ry j.' iviKreni in i
a Knox. His Mme was 3:3S2-5. De !
Plama won the 10 miles free for all
in G:54 and Wilson the five miles free'
for all in 3:42 4-5. Wilcox also won
:.he 30 mile class C race in 40:23 4-5.
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Only Two More Days to See This Biff
Xovelty Japanese Troupe, LrfU-frest
and Rest Troupe on the Road,
Fire Other Big- Feature Acts
Coming La$t Half
j wui naturaiiv cause quite some com-
I Albers Polar Bearsimnt mon lthe folitwe" ?f ,tra.c,k
i !and field athletics. The Athletic AI-
.Onlx Act of It Kind in the World, j m,nae for 1911 will be sent to any
Old Ifione 1683. j
GIRLS ON BENDER
Trio of Davenport Youthfuls
Picked Up on the Streets
PRESENT PITIFUL SIGHT
First Kxperience in Drinking Strong
Liquor Proves Disastrous
Peoria, 111.. Jan. 24. "Oh. why
hie, did I ever, hie, come on thish
, young gir, of 15 yearg ,n maudlin
; vet pItiful tones, as she tried to tell
p e Tieutenant Albert Fleesner
her name, at the police station.
.With their giddy young heads
filled with desire to see the glamor
ing world, and with less than 16
summers of their sunny lives spent.
Lillian O'Brien and May Foley, two
pretty Davenport girls, decided to
j leave their pleasant homes and caOwelght champion of Canada, 'in a 10-
their fortunes with Helen Benn
er. 19 years old. and a woman w
known to Davenport police. ' Board
ing a Chicago & Rock. Island train
Sunday morning, the trio came to Pe
oria, arriving here at noon.
! OFFERED DRINKS ON TRAIN.
Enroute, according to stories
! from the girls, they were offered
drinks by some persons on the train.
Following the example set by Helen,
who told them that they would nev
er make a hit with the men unless
they were "good fellows," May and
Lillian drank freely. Although they
were told that they did not take
enough to hurt them, they were piti
fully drunk when they were found by
the police shortly after noon at the
corner of Chestnut and Adams
streets. The sight that they made
drew a large crowd to them and ere
they could be placed in the patrol
wagon and taken to the city jail,
were the objects of much publicity.
No men were with the girls at the
time of their arrests.
JlftT ON" A VISIT.
At the jail the Benninger girl,
who was not as drunk as her two
young companions, told the story
that they were coming to Peoria to
visit. She 'saidjf also that she tried
to restrain the other girls from
drinking, but they did so in spite of
her warnings. When asked to tell
their stories, Ullian and May broke
down and cried. They were too
thick-tongued and dull with the ef-
fects of their intemperance to telljsible, decided to send the present
any of the particulars of the affair lAbor English Grand Opera company
5n hit-ti they are implicated
chief of Police W. W. Rhoades
ommunicated with the parents of
send for 1 ne otner gin ae-
clares that she has no parents.
The Benninger girl is charged with
GOOD SCORES IN
New in thc Two-Man Event
St. lKuis Four Pairs
!?t. Louis, Jan. 24. Good scores
kept coming in the minor events in
bowling here yesterday, new leaders
players, their 1,12 4 being the best
so far. Danner'g 214 and Pabst s
j 1 9 8 in the middle gave the club Its
igood mark. No less than four pairs
roll&d over 1,100 during the day,
aithough only one lone Bquad of dou
bles appeared for the contest.
Clnc'nnati made a strong bid for
the leading honors when the Moer-
; lefn's of the town Garry Herrmann
be-imit on the bowling map rolled 2,700
only nine pins of the Duffy's record.
made the night before.
ILLINI SCHEDULE IS OUT
Football Team to Play Chicago Nov.
4 and Gophers Nov. 2.1.
Urbana, 111., Jan. 24. Minnesota
and Chicago are the big games on the
tentative Illinois football schedule
as likely to be
Oct. . lllinois-Millikin at Illinois; !
Oct. 14, Illinois Kentucky at Illinois;
Oct. 21. Illinois Chicago at Chicago;
Nov. 4, Illinois-Purdue at Illinois;
Nov. 11. Illinois-Indiana at Indianapo-
lis: Nov. IS. Illinois-Northwestern at
Illinois. Nov. 25,
STARK VISITS MONMOUTH
Rock Inlander Kzpeets Soon to lie-
gin Signing Men for His Team.
Claude Stark of this city was at
Monmouth yesterday and last night
conferring with the directors of the
baseball team there in his capacity
as manager. He says he has a num-1
ber of good players lined up and he !
expects to begin getting signatures to
contracts at once. By the way. the
Monmouth scribes have been making
the mistake frequently of referring to
their new manager as "Stork", which
may or may not be significant, as
you choose to look at it.
Official Athletic Almanac Out.
The feature of the lu Almanac
is the selection by the editor, James
E. Sullivan, of an all-America ath
letic team. It is the first time in
the history of the Almanac that such
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iada by the American Sports Pub
lishing company, 21 Warren street.
iXew York city, prepaid on receipt of
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JOE COSTER IN HARD MILL
Man Who Had Edge on Abe Attell
Barely Bests Willie Beeclier.
New York, Jan. 24. Jce Coster
beat Willie Beecher bv a- small mar
gin in a 10-round bout at the Vander-!
bilt Athletic club. The conqueror of
the Abe Attell found the boy from the
east side a tough proposition, and
toward the close of the session was
very tired. But his early - lead and
clean, bard blows gave him the deci
sion. Coster chopped Beecher in the first
seven rounds with enough blows to
knock out an ordinary fighter, but
Willie came back smiling after each
round. It was a case of a clever box
er with a punch against a rugged
Attell Outpoints Allen.
Syracuse. N. Y.. Jan. 24. Abe At
tell, featherweight champion of the
I world, outpointed Billy Allen, feather-
round bout here last night.
Jan. 29 Aborn Grand Opera com
pany in "II Trovatore."
Jan. 30 Russian Dancers.
Feb. 9 The Germans.
Feb. 19 "The House of a Thousand
Feb. 21 "The Wolf."
GRAND OPERA IN ENGLISH.
More interest is being shown here
in the coming engagement of the
Aborn English Grand Opera company
next Sunday at the Illinois theatre
than in any musical event announced
in a long time, probably because grand
opera in English has been such a rar
ity in the past few years all over the
country. Musical authorities in Amer
ica have noted the rapid increase of
interest among the general public in
grand opera, especially when sung in
English, in all of the larger cities dur
ing the past few years, and there is
no douot that this growth of appreci
ation for the works of, the masters
has spread to all parts of the United
States end Canada. Consequently
Milton and Sargent Aborn, who have
presented grand opera in English
most successfully every season for a
number of years, but only in the very
large cities where long runs were pos-
!on a general tour. This organization
numbers 100 persons tn its double
j cast of alternating singers, powerful i
eluding three baggage cars required
to carry the scenery, costumes and
effects of the -various operas of the
repertoire. The double cast system is
one that is always followed by grand
opera organizations on tour, in order
that each singer may rest during one
performance whije the other artist of
the same vocal classification is sing
ling. In the Aborn aggregation Edith
Helena, the noted coloratura artist,
and Bertha Davis, the young dramat
ic soprano, are sharing with each
other the performances In prima don
na soprano roles. Miss Helena appear
ing at one presentation and Miss Da
vis at the next, and so on. Louise
Le "Baron and Hattie 3elle Ladd, con
traltos, are dividing in like maner the
performances In contralto roles; Do
menic Russo and Henry Taylor, ten
ors, tre r.lternating in the same way
In tenor assignments; George Picker
ing and William Schuster appear in
turn as baritone; George Shields, bas
so, appears in such operas as have
roles of that description; while other
parts are filled by Philip Fein, bufro,
Elizabeth Harris, mezzo-soprano,
John Pritchard, tenor, and others.
Carlo Nicosia conducts at all per-
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formances and Frank Ranney directs
the staging of all the offerings. For
the one evening performance in Rock
Island Verdi's ever welcome and
beautiful "II Trovatore" has been
chosen by general request as the of
fering. AT THE MAJESTIC.
The Tetsuwari Japs, demons ami
Dunbar, Howard and Lawrence, and
the Musical Storck complete a pretty
strong bill at the Majestic for the first
half cf this week. The .Taps are -xpert
and novel acrobats and put on a mixt
ure of acrobatics, novelty and spectac
ular stunts. Howard and Lawrence, in
an amusing skit called "The Stage
Manager," scored a hit. There is no
sotting for the act at all; 1 he back wall
and several pieces of scenery leaning
against it comprise all there is to the
"atmosphere" of the sketch. Celmons
and Dunbar, in a black-face act. earn-
ed much applause. Their imitations of j
Primrose and West, the old-time dane-i
amusing. Storek manipulates the xylo.
phone and piano and proved a good rag
time player. Mrs. Casey s.ing "Yon
Are the Idol of My Dreams. ' and the
ajesticscope showed tho Frt-nch com- j
edy film, "The Artist s Model."
BUSINESS ON THE FARM
Iisnised at Corn Growers anil
Stockmen's Convention at I'rbana.
Urbana, 111.. Jan. 24. J. H.
Thrash of Tolona, Champagne coun
ty, was awarded the prize cup for
yellow corn at the grain show. It.
A. James of Charleston exhibited the
winning white corn, John Philly of
WhUeside county was declared to
have the best oats and T. l- Ellis of
Stephenson county the best wheat.
I'rbana, 111., Jan. 24. "The Farmer
as a Business Manager" was the sub
ject treated in a lecture by Professor
D. H. Otis. University of Illinois, at
this morning's session of the corn
growers' and stockmen's convention,
Illinois College of Agriculture. The
value of good business management
and bookkeeping on the farm was
clearly shown. Horses and sheep were
judged today by classes in animal hus
bandry. Professor Otis talks this ev
ening on "The Farm Boy and His Sis
ter." The program this afternoon was
supplied by the Top Notch Farmers'
club, a unique organization of Illinois
farmers who have raised 100 bushels
of corn, 100 bushels of oats, and 50
bushels of wheat, and .having made af
fidavit, have received diplomas from
the Illinois state board of agriculture.
The club, now composed of about 12
members, was organized at the Illinois
state fair last September. Mr. Nunes,
New Berlin. 111., is president. The
value of science in crop production
was emphasized at the meeting. The
name of James Nicholas Brown, organ
izer of the Illinois state fair, will be
admitted tomorrow to the Illinois
Farmers' Hall of Fame beside that of
Cyrus Hall McCormick. inventor of the
reaper, who was likewise honored last
CO. A TEAM IS
Five at Itasketball.
In a game of basketball played last
night at Armory hall the Company A
team won in a walk from a team of the
Trinity Uusiness college. The final i
score was 54 to 7. The college boys.
w ho recently organized. ere unable
which threw baskets almost at will
and displayed some mighty good team
work. The Company A team has not.
been defeated this season.
West Ends Winners.
At the West pnd settlement gymna
sium last evening, the Settlement
Hawks defeated the high school
sophomores in a game of basketball
by a score of 30 to 20. Kone and I
Wright starred for the school team!
;and A. Sanson and Nuessli for the
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ADVISES NO HASTE
IN RAIL REFORMS
Marvin Hughitt Appears Refore the
e- Securities Com mission at
Chicago. Jan. 24. Caution in the ex
tension of federal control over the is
suance of securities by the railroads
was urged by Marvin Mughitt, chair
man of the board of directors of the j change street, Gencseo. 111., saya:
Northwestern railwav, in the initial ("About three years ago I took Doan's
hearing in Chicago v, sterdav of the ! Uwy Pills and the contents of
three boxes hrouulit the most satis
railroad securities ccmni'ssion. 1 factory results. At that timo I suf-
While Mr. Hughitt courted the full- ; feted a great deal from ba.-,!..-.'ie
es-t publicity, ho declared the govern-' 311,1 was annoyed by dull pains acm?
men!, should go slowly in empowering
row restrictions. He said the roads
had to conform to the regulations in
their established form and Ihe federal
government would impose another. He
said this mi.ht create a conflict of an
thority and result in serious and coMly
litigation to the railronds. unless the
states surrender th ir rights to ihe
: federal government, which he bclirv-
i ed they could.
AEROPLANE BURNS IN AIR
Danish Aviator Ws-eniN in Time
.tvoid Serious Injury. ' ....... . - -
Copenhagen. Jan. 24. Svemb ns, ' from the framework if h!s aeroplane,
the Danish aviator, while thin" ves- Dercciuling as quickly as pofslhle. he
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his machine was on tire. j
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tents. Foster-Milhurn company, Buf
fah . New York, sole agents for the
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VICTROLA XIV $75
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