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AD FINISHES FAST
ORDER BY COURT
Scene in "Baby IMine1
; Closing1 Round Saves Wolgast
i in Six-Round Bout With
Indications Are That Judge
Gridley Will Completely '
LATTER IS HARD WORKER
H. l t ?
TH"E ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY,
O V w v s
IN THE THREE-EYE FIGHT!
lowans Seem to Hare Won Every j
Skirmish So Far, bot Tearney j
Can't See It.
If .t i4
Up1?; '"Air -
V I V.A !
Impartial reports of the proceed
ings in Judge Gridley's court at Chi
cago in connection with the Water
loo ouster injunction yesterday show
that it was a distinct victory for the
Waterloo Hub. The court plainly
reaffirmed his opinion previously ex
pressed that the Three-Eye league
constitution renders the action of
four clubs in voting to drop Water
loo and to install Quincy in its place
was illegal. Arguments will be heard j
late this afternoon and unless all j
signs fail, a formal order will be :
entered by The judge putting into ef-'
feet the informal ruling he already
This done Tearney and Kinsella
will be called upon to either legally
pass the legislation that they have il
Igally enacted or give up the attempt
and get ready to play ball with the
o.'d circuit intact. That it will be i
impossible to secure five votes to
support their prneram they well I 1 j
know. What course they may pur-; lose their share of the league funds'
Ftie is a matter of a good deal of in-;and even tneir payers. which will I
It has reen declared mat me ---- i
southern clubs would, rather than re-j the accepted rules of course they j
cede from their stand, withdraw and , might become outlaws in which event!
form another league by adding Qu'n- thpv would be up against it in 10 !
cv and Decatur, and possibly a cou- ,.K - ;
. ,. ..j . . TUo ways. The subject of withdrawing,
pie of Rmal cities to fill out. This "
they would gladly d; and at once. ouite thoroughly canvassed be- j
there is no doubt, but for the fact fore last league meeting at Chicago
that they cannot do so and ake the and the southerners were w
i w ' v 2 4 1
lib . .r
Iff ? ' "Vs .S
j Champion Plays Safe Game and Pro
tects His Injured Arm Kxcept
at tlie Close.
j revert to the league. This is base
ball law. If they did not abide by
EXPECTS A BATTLE
KeKrts From Iowa Indicate That
Central I niversity Boys Are
liet in State.
Philadelphia, Feb. 9. A whirl-
wind finish on the part of I-5ght-1
weight Champion Ad Wclgast re-
i suited in an even break in his six- I
! round bout with "Knoc kout" Brown ,
j of New York last night before the j
J American Athletic ciub. The battle
1 was marked by some clean hitting ,
i offset by some wrestling and rough-;
jing which the champion 6eeined bent'
' cn indulging in. much to the discom- :
: fiture of his younger and less exper- i
ilenced opponent. y
i Not a few were surprised by the j
! work of Brown, but on the other'
hand It was plainly evident that Wol- i
gast was playing a safe game. He 1
only fought when necessary to hold j
his own and this was evident at the j
finish when he cut loose with some
ripping rights and lefts to Brown's!
face and body, which fairly bewil
dered the Gotham boxer.
Brown did his best. All through
1 the fight he kept going at top speed.
but Wolgast with his wonderful de
fense, remained cool, and while the
New Yorker landed a number of
blows they were so cleverly blocked
that they lost their power.
B11KAK E E OX ROl DS.
Hair-Hue decisions in each round
; would have given the men three
i apiece except for the final when Wol-j
i gast 'worked like a champion and j
! made Brown Iook anything but the
! famous "knockout," who has been
'touted as a coming champ from one
. The basketball team from Central d of the countrv TO the oTher.
jse ; university at Pella. Iowa, has tnrowni Toward the close Brown was the 'one accord in pronouncing the play, as ; test
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J & B MOOS
which have come to The Argus are of f the Juniors at all stages of the con J 15.
name "Three-Eye." Furthermore,
if they recede without the consent
of the northern teams they stand to
through and force the northern wing
to pull out. leaving them the or
ganization WRONG REPORTS GIVEN" OIT.
Waterloo has won at practically
every turn in the road since the
fight to drop the city was started,
but one would never draw that con
clusion from anything Tearney has
considerable of a scare into the camp i recipient of hard le.ts on the body, , presented by this cast, the equal of
collegians. The , ana ' """H"" miiw-u unw "Hmat seen curing tne i nicago run.
ma,i tht!wltn a Pwr"" r'S"i i"e DRAMATIC EDITOR A KG IS
the eastern boy from
PURE RICH BLOOD
Harper House Pharmacy Sell-, a Pre
srription That .Means Vigor.
Because Ali-o-na causes the blood to
get bfiti'-r R nd more nourishment it la
a i. ail timps a valuable tonic. It i uts
vigti ':ifo tiie ir.uscles. clears up the
iinf: My nourished brain and makes
M; - i. :pi ves that will stand the se-iwere the league and .that the north
vi r. t n hi. lern clubs had no right to oppose
iien nho feci tiat their vitality is their wishes. Furthermore. thej
Blippiiig away; that the vim and en- j northern clubs, to hear him tell it, I
eigy that they . formerly put into all j are the ones who are trying to "rule:
their work is lacking; that ambitious jor ruin" the league, in merely in-j
impulses and clever ideas do not come fisting that it requires a majority to J
rs they used to are the kind of men ; lesally change the circuit. Under'
that need Mi-o-na ;tne eonstltution and the ordinary!
Besides being a peerless remedy for!rules or Parliamentary procedure the
indigestion, Mi-o-ua Is a most pronounc
If you have that blue, discontented
feeling through the day and pass rest
loss nights, trying unsuccessfully to
enough to see that there was noth
ing in it for them. Hence they de-'of the Augustana
cided to trv to iam their orozram i J: i
- - ' ' 1 ii vim htv iiim i 1 1 r i t rr-r ii uiour v n . . i
i t U It 1 1
the Centrsl boys have what is prob- j npa(j to toe
ably the best team in Iowa and it j At the opening it was plain that
looks as though Augustana will have Woleast was taking no chances vith
the contes'. of its career in order to ; his fractured arm. lie sparred care-1 tier Quinn of ihe
AT THE MAJESTIC.
For the last half of the week Mana-
The Autustana lineup as
The lineup: jSwanunn and M. Aiiclrcen. fiiiwaMn;
'Socials Ii'iiiors ' 'lia puian, cente r; Suaubei-k ,ll.m-
jKrell Guard Whoelan M,n ln, l 'l'f n. guards.
i WriKlit Guard .. S huerniai.n j Schoo"l3oyKmed V7 Grief.
; Andrews Center Hughes; o.oiise. N .1 . F-t. .- Morrn
Ionnf:0 Forward .. lUhuamann , Henkel. I ."! v:u s ,.1.1. m Hen.l ,-r
irrii'f :ti'v his siippis.. failure I o
pass his tinai xaii; i naMoii in ilm
even make a good showing. Some;fuiy and kept the injured member
time back the "Pellirans" defeatfd well under cover when stopping any
the former Iowa champions of the of his opponent's swings. For the
Ottumwa Y. M. C. A. and it was most part Wolgast played for his op-1
,- , ' i the knowledge of this victory more ponent s head and several times
.' ii i. it lite v uit au lit w a'a .1. .
pers. Tearney has all along been
banding it out that he and Kinsella
victory more ' ponent's head and several
than anvthlne else that has apprais- ! Brown barely warded off wicked
ed the local students of the calibre ; swings to the jaw.
I of their next opponents. The Ot-!
itumwa cracks went down in defeat;
'on their own floor by a score of ?2 j
to 26. With the Augustana boys on!
heir mettle, the game at the col-j
lege gymnasium this evening ought i
to be an interesting affa'r. !
NEW MOTORCYCLE MARKS
Ie Rosier Cuts Time From 1 to 92;
Miles at Los Angeles. j
it. ; Lcs Angeles. Feb. 9. Jake De Ro-
j The present experience ought tolsier yesterday smashed all world mo-1
i convince the Three-Eye that Chicago i torcycle records from 1 to 92 miles.,
motion to drop Waterloo was lost
; when but four clubs voted for it and
Ithat is all thexe was "to'
Ftb. S The Germans.
Feb. 1" "Baby Mine."
Feb. 19 "The House of a Thousand
Feb. 21 "The Wolf."
STRONG "BABY MINE" CAST.
The following inquiry was received
this morning by The Argus;
I know thai 'Baby Mine' booked for
Burke's musical clogs as a feature.
Thf" remainder of the bill will consist
of the Three Hales in their comedy. "A
ip Around the World;" Clyde lor-
ctte's art models, declared to be Par
isian products, anil Dan Robey, a well
kr.own black face artist. The illustra
ted song and Majesticscope pictures
conclude the bill. Manager Quinn de
clares Burke's dogs to be one of tin?
best trained-dog acts in the country.
Schuck Forward Reeve-,
In a curtain raiser, in which the So
cials Seconds and the High School
Freshmen were the contending teams,
the Socials won by a score of 15 to !.
eighth gtad'1 clas.
Davenport . .
. Guard .
. Center .
. . . . Gleason
. . Strockfus
. .ST. . . lo 1-
rei a refrehm Wr Lik a months!'3 " p,aCe t0 t0 get a President. His performance was carefully clock- appearance at the Illinois theatre to
f. 1!! f mP,J!i2. The men there -ho measure up to ed. At the beginning of the 93d morrow (Friday, evening is a delight-
the job have other fisn to fry. while mile the gaEOline tank was dry and rr,mpdv- hut I am hps.irtint? about
treatment of Mi-o-na stomach tablets
. . une joo nave oiner nso 10 iry. wuue mile ine gasoline liuit was ary ana -.nmort.-
nrt hrine th sunshine Intn vruir ite i.. . .... . .. , . .. . , iiuI lul"lu
rnrwt w Rn th.H',no8e wno Wl"m8 IO '"e lDe OI"!,ne na e 8 ! attending the performance for the reA-
Mi-O-na COStB bOt 50 Cents at the Har- nr- .Vol. nr.litif.inna trln.,n. nnrlrl rornrH fnr tha mllo nrac i . '. .
... t- .....v. ; ...v. : enn that I r nn t unow ativthin? nniiii;
the company that is to present the
"WHEN SWEET SIXTEEN."
An important event of i he theatrical
world will be the presentation at the
Chicago opera house, commencing next
Sunday evening, of Victor Herbert's
latest composition, the song play
"When Sweet Sixteen," the book and
lyrics of which were written by
George K. Hobart. The story of "When
Sweet Sixteen" is a satire on the idle-
rich with ambitions to shine in for-!
eiMi society, but whose plans are up- ! Ginger
President Tearney is reputed to be
Ji sport, but hi action in ref;i:-.n
to abide by the rules of the game in
dicates lie is a bum one.
Danville has secured Voix, the star
shortstop of the Blue Gras league
last season. He played throughout
last season, hit .2S1 and fielded .::;?.
Thursday, Feb. 9
Twenty IVi-Niiis i Irigimil Cost iiiiicm
mid lteii jM(oH I irsf-rlis
.Mil .if 12 People Slnlny.
See lie I anions Scliupliilili-r I'uim ini
Folks Piny from the l, in I our
Alts W-.lll Silicrtii; iiml lliiilfillg
Slioi- I la n i ii iy I Inemeli.
Prices 25c. 50c 75c, $1.
I annoi.ner-H be In ' im n tma lmii t i
ter mouse pnarmacy ana aruggisrs ev- efJ ln a s(.hooI that unfit8 them for ! shattered by De Rosier in 0:41 1-5.
erywhere Guaranteed to cure indigps-1 piace tnat demand the ability and
tion and immediately relieye all atom- j impartiality that the Three-Eye
arh misery, or money back. j presidency does.
The five-mile mark was .1:29 1-5; 1 0
miles. 7:01 35: SO miles, 35:41 4-5;
and 92 miles 1;06:35.
set by a dainty American girl of faded by Hannibal to
"sweet sixteen." who gives her heart I 't like the terms
io a man of her choice a voimc Amfi--ihas offered him and
play. Kindly put me right in the mat-, jf.an An eXeptionaIly strong cast of has a niind to be a holdout. Judging
ter if possible." ! singers has been se lected for the nro-1 bv recent events affecting the bas.-
The play "Baby Mine," is owned and . Auction of "When Sweet Sixteen" in- i 'a" stil,U8 of Quincy it won't make
much dinerence whether he signs or
Tonight is Opening Night.
Don't Miss Seeing the Show
Friday Will Be Special Day at the
Come and hear the splendid music: bp the handsome new autos. en
joy the feast of color and the beauty of the handsomest show ever held
in the tri-cities.
Miss Elizabeth Nott,
Mr. Arthur Peterson,
Peterson's Concert Orchestra
A musical program worth
Remember there will be plenty of comfortable
splendid view of the entire show.
more than the price of admission alone.
which give a
Friday Special Day Admission 50c
eluding such artists as Eugene Cowles,
Scott Welsh, Frank Doane, Harriet j
produced bv William A. Brady. Itd
'one of the leading present-day con
jcerns ire ine amusement nein m ,wuer-; standon Florence Nash.
ica. It jealously holds to its reputa-j Mav McCabe, Harrison
tion lor serving me puonc siriciiy in , prances (Jordon
I 0 v V VI M "iin sia j vr u u v. i v. si u t wva
we believe that no departure will be
noted in the performance which will be
'on view at the Illinois Friday night.
'. Miss Consuelo Bailey, who was in the
original company that had an extended
I run in Chicago, is featured in the cast
that is to visit Rock Island. George
Prothero. a comedian who has been
seen in the best productions in recent
years, shares the stellar honors with
Miss Bailey. The others named in th ressor to "The Sweet- Girl in pQria
Brady cast are performers whose abil- j t has been received as one of the !
ities assure a high class performance. ; prettiest pieces ever staged at the L.
N'ewspaper criticisms of the company ; Salle, in it scenery, costumes, dances
! and music. The principal players of i
the company are: Sdney Grant, Clara:
i A a l airoer, (race Kdmond, George V ii-
: son, Garrick Major. George Pettingill, i
i Harry C. Lyons. Walter A Pearson. '
Mabella Baker, Iorothy Homer and R.
j .1 Ravenscroft.
The Sweetest Girl in Paris" opened
Brockhank, ! COLLEGE
IiOiiis Franklin. R. M.
Dolliver. etc. Augu.st Kleincke. the
well known musical director, has heen
especially engaged for the "When
j Sweet Sixteen" company.
j "THE GIRL I LOVE."
"The Girl I Love." a new musical
farce, has been produced at the Ja
Salle opera house of Chicago, under
tne auspices or Harry Askin. as a sile
Famous "Pint of Cough
Augustana Basketball l'ie Defeated
at Alcdo I.at Night.
The Augustana Reserves were de
feated last night by a score of '''
to 2 I in a game which was played at
Aledo against the Drury headeiny
basketball team. The g;nne was a
fast and rough one, and the Augus
tana team was somewhat handicap
ped by the size of the floor, which is
much larger than that at the local'
gymnasium. The game last nUht :
evened up matters between the two
teams, as Augustana defeated the
academy Jan. M u score of IS to
Friday, Feb. 10.
William A. Ilimly. I.M.. Announce
Hie .Mosl Spontaneous Alni'lbuM
I (tire -:cr Written,
By Mnruarei Mayo.
Pluycil Si Monilis in tin- Prim i--
uml (iai rii k I lieal ie, 4 liiciig.i.
'Mm- l ane Tlutt 'o,i Laugh hi f; r
lime on 'I Imik of l(
A l.riiigliler I ctivnl.
I'riccs, r,c. ."Or, T.c. htSHt, IjH.,!".
I'.otl - )-J.OO.
I'lio ii" JM.
no ocuer ncrncgy ax any rTICC.
A run uuartnieco.
Make a plain pyrup by mixing on
pint of granulated sugar and J4 pint
of warm water and stir for two min
utes. Put ounces of pure Pinex
(fifty cents' worth) ln a pint bottle.
end nil It up witn the Sugar Syrup.
Sunday, Feb. 12.
Mmiiif' ami Nigbi.
Martin Godfrey lieni,t
In Hal U'M'J h Dran 'i of H ai
an extended lour in Milwaukee Sun- ; Complete change of program.
day night, icii. .-, while its successor i i 1 1 i t
was being hailed with enthusiasm at All new acts, all new face3. . fl Cilft u lllMi I" JoniL"
the JaSaile. The original Chicago j I A M r 'I I. at :-o., i ,.,,- ay I'e
company, including Trixie Friganza. j CY Dr r-rrATIIPC AOTC ' Vonr.
Alexander Carr. Frederick V. Bowers,, al rtMIUnC MO I O i;xir; Aitra.liot,
Zoe Barnett. Dorothy Brenzer and! .u trr-
This gives you a family supply of the (fatnryn Rowe Palmer, will go on tne;Don't miss seeing this big show '".'i1 y'- r
best rough syrup at a savins of 12. 'tour with 'hia clever entertainment,
It nerer spoils. Take a teaspoonful
every one. two or three hours.
The effectiveness of this simple
remedy is surprising. It seems to
take bold Instantly, and will usually
etop the most obstinate cough in 21
which is due in Rock Island March 4. I
In this connection Manaeer Askin made i
the following announcements: "'The!
fcweetrst Girl in Paris," and every other
compar.v wic h I send on tour, w ill have
hours. It tones up the Jaded appe- exactly the same company that played
tue and Is Just laxative enough to ba 'at tne Labahe opera house, and that ;
nelpful In a cough, and has a pleas- company will be first class in every :
Jng taste. Also excellent for bron- i respect I intend to teac h the managers
chial trouble, throat tickle, sore lungi j nf certain ther touring a'tractions a
And asthma, and an uneaualled rem . ,
tnr- ,Tk lef-on in sinrerrty. and also make the
eay for whooping cough. . , ,.. , .
This recipe for making cough rem- ,r ademark of Chicago stand for theat-,
edy with Pinex and Sugar Syrup (or jrical excellence and honesty through !
strained toney) Is a prime fayortto out the country, from Frisco to the
In thousands of homes ln the United ' A'lantic coast." I
States and Canada. The plan has !
been Imitated, though never success
fully. If you try It, use only genuine
Pinex. which is the most valuable
concentrated compound of Norway
white pine extract, and Is rich in
guiaicol and all the natural healing
pine elements. Other preparation:
win not work in this recipe.
Old phone 1685.
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S0C!ALS DEFEAT JUNIORS
: Basket lali Teams Put l p Kst tiame ;
at the V. !. ". A.
I The Rock Ii-land Scxial club baoker-
t ah team laat night defeated the Pock
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, J island high school junior class team
or money promptly refunded, goes i 2S lo 2f in a fast game at the Y. M. C.
SS,1!?? iTforr J5? n'A- T--r.n.. The Social. d.,,UyH
seed to Tte Pinex Cm. Wajce, lei fcme fiDe tcam wcrk- Tb" uu: 'ed
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best pictures of quality,
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eoadplete change of
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