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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1911.
THE SYNOD TITLE
Augustana College Basketball
Team Add3 St. Peter
Scalp to Belt.
HOLD IT SACRED
WINS BY 29 TO 20 SCORE
Fast Game Is Played Saturday Xifrtu
in the Minnesota City Vis
itors Well Treated.
were forced to call time several times j
in order to rest up.
Sten played a very good offensive
game for Augustana, making three .
field baskets and seven foul baskets, i r T A frv,.a
The work of Robb at guard was also j Southern Papers Laud Three
good, in addition to guarding the best ; Eye Constitution and Rap
player on the G. A. team closely, he j Waterloo.
threw two field baskets.
The Augustana team, in charge of
Professor Andrew Kempe, arrived THE RE'S ANOTHER SIDE
home this morning and was noisily
and Joyfully welcomed back by fellow .
students. ' Violation of Dead Clause in Interest
HOW TEAMS I.ltU I . 1 ,, VrtmUe On .f
The lineup was as follows:
Augu6tana Andreen, center; Sten.
left forward; Larson, right forward;
Robb, left guard; Anderson, right
After traveling a whole night
Newspapers In the southern end of
the Three-Eye are howling at Waterloo
Gustavus Adolphus Cesander and ; I0r violating its agreement with the
and j Anderson, center; Beck, left forward; j league made a year ago. What was
i f)rpn risrht forward : Johnson, lefti?v. arrt-omant xvit- tn nMthrtrmr
J.alf a day the Augustana basketball j . Ho!oomb and Swanson. right I withoat a contest provided the major-
team defeated the Gustavns Adolphus j guard. ' !ty of the members of the league ask-
team at St. Peter. Minn., Sa'urdav , Field baskets Andreen 3. Sten 3, ed them to. Has a majority made that
nieht bv a score of 2'j to 20. It was a parson o. wu , wg.eu i, un. , request; -Not yeu
cesanoer i, jonnson i.
6urprise to the St. Peter players, as
they thought they could easily dispose
Foul baskets Sten 7. Ogren 2.
Referee. Hedeen; umpire, Anderson;
The Waterloo baseball officials
: knew, and so did the other northern
m n on n tr.c s-tr-rn ' f tTinca In thA Oil T
of the Augustana boys on their own i timekeeper. Aimer; scorer, E. Nelson, did not, that a majority of eight is five
oor. The G. A. boys are sharp con-j Time of haJves, 20 minutes. jor more and that the league consti-
tenders for the state college champion -j . tution said as much.
thlp tirlt; of Minnesota. ;
When news was received of the vie- i
tory at the college Saturday night
ENDS IN WEDDING
tana Conservatory Becomes
Mrs. Victor Frykman.
IS SURPRISE TO FRIENDS
Young Folks Slip Away to Gibson
City. III., and Are Married at
Groom's Old Home.
What has all the earmarks of an
elopement resulted in the marriage Sat-
(urday afternoon at Gibson City, 111., of
(Victor L. Frykman. an attache of the
Zeisler has visited the tri-cities and !
she was received with much warmth !
rtrtA nnthlietaQTTI Mrc 7Apla. 1c '
without doubt one of the greatest
living pianists and she again dem
onstrated this fact in the splendid
recital she gave Saturday evening.
Her tone :s wonderfully e'ear and ;
sweet and she plays with a bril- j Miss Gertrude Housel of AugllS
liancy and tresniess tnat is marvel
ous. Miss Nott opened the program
with a group of three songs in which
she displayed the beautiful quali
ties of her voice, and which called
forth a hearty encore. Mrs. Zeis
ler's program Included the Wedding
march and Dance of the Elves from
Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's
Dream transcribed by Liszt, four
Chopin numbers. Impromptu. No.
36. Etude Op. 25. No. 9, Etude Op.
10, No. 4, and Scherzo Op. 2S. a so
nata by Oldberg, dedicated to Mrs.
Zeisler; a gavotte and musette by
D'Albert. humoreske. Op. 101, No. T.
bv Dvorak, two new croquis and sil- , , ..x I
houettes by Schuett and Etude Op. . Srn. . nlr nt Rrw,k istnri and Miss
23. No. 2 by Rubinstein. She was mude C. Housel. instructor of vio-1
gracious wnu uri euiuirs, repeanus
there was prea' jubilation by the Aug- RllrU rHM the old sprond sacke
urtana students, and the racket j wlrfa springfif Id. has opened a law of-! after it was absolutely assured
K-pt up tin rniamgni. i ne Augwamificc at Wichita. Kan.
students were especially anxious to bag j
this game from their fcister school. St. j outfielder Kaiser, who led the Blue
Peter, as it will put them in direct Hne G..as3 oague in hiuing has not been
S'.r the championship of the synod 'released bv Louisville to Danville, as
i he AuguMana hoys were given roy- hag been statca DUt there is a deal on
I The only manner in which Waterloo
can be accused of violating the rules of
! ue " fe & , hTT n the guest of Miss Elsa Simon of this
! f n the courts. However, it did BO on- 1 c
several selections and at the close
of her program giving "The Dance
of the Dolls." by Poldini. The pro
gram from start to finish was most
nionsin? and strengthened the al-
mei nnnn3l feeline-a of warmth for ; receved today
Mrs Zeisler among tri-city music ' rrise to the friends of the young peo
inve'rs While in the city she was ! Pte in this city, although it was known
lin in, the conservatory of Augustana
college. The ceremony was perform- !
ed at 5 o'clock at the home of the
The announcement of the wedding.
was a complete 6ur-
b treatment at S ivht, ami every
thirrz possible was done to advance
their comfort. The G. A. hoys took
t:"'i.- defeat in a Fporf smanlike man
l arid the best of feeling exists be
t . n the two schools.
OPK WITH A HI Sit.
Augustana starred out in The firs
ra.ii in a manner wnicn prou.it.ea iuiget bastbali plan8 under wav. and will
make good hash of the St. Peter boys, j then return to the coast remait
Tor the first 15 minuses Augustana , tfcere tn, Bummcr it would be too bad
jiayea like riends. the score at tne end.
i President John Powers of Danville,
j according to his home papers, has tak
, tn the lid off his purse and instructed
' Manager McCarthy to go ahead and get
j a winner, regardless of cost. He has
t returned from California in order to
that Kinsella and Tearney had things
framed up nd were determined to go
through with their program, league
constitution or no constitution.
MERELY TO HOI. II ADVANTAGE.
MABEL BARRISON ILL.
Chicago, 111.. Feb. 13. M;ss Mabel
Barrison, one of the best known act
resses on the American stage m pri-
The courts were appealed to to hold Ivate life Mrs. Joseph Howard is dan-
the advantage of possession. It was
of that time being 14 to 4 in favor of
Augustana. St. Peter called for time
b'.f ause of an injury to one of the play
ers, and took 5 minutes. This gave
them a chance to recuperate. When
the game was ca!rd a;in the G. A.
boys played so fMrifly that before Au
gustana could stop their spurt the Sr
Peter lads had four baskets to their
credit. The half ended with the score
3" to 12 in favor of the Rock Island
Augustana started the second half
wi'h the determination that St. Peter
Fhould not get the run on them again.
a violation of the league rules, but it
merely checkmated another violation
on the part of Kinsella and Tearney
and every Three-Eye magnate anJ
sports writer knows this. Furt her-
j more, the Waterloo violation was in
I the interest of fairness and justice,
while that which Kinsella and Tearney
proposed to railroad through was not.
i And finally: The court has vlrtual-
j t - HapiHoH tViA rlflnaa nf thp rnnatl.
if the Three-Eye should place any lim-1 .... , .... .,," .
, ... tution which Kinseila and Tearney
its on Mr. Powers' philanthropic efforts
to purchase a winner.
playing was fast, and bnady all the way
through. Care was taken not to give
St. Peter an opportunity to take ou"
time so as to rest up and make a spurt.
I'l.AVINt; IS CI.KAN.
The playing of Augustana was nea.
and clean. The pace they set was a
little too fast for St. Peter. The G A.
boys became tired and winded and
sought to violate is valid, while it is a
moral certainty that if it is ever put
to a test the clause that Waterloo vi
olated will be found not worth the pa
per it is printed upon.
LET DICK MOVE Til EKE.
The Bloomington scribe in his con
tribution to the Chicago Record-Herald
yesterday says if Waterloo sticks
a 10-club circuit will result, for "Quln
cy. in all fairness, must be recogniz
ed." Why? Who is under obligations to
Quincy? Let those who made promis
es to that city and took its money as
Rn fldvanrii nnvme.nt cattle their own
s nlajined to eet an nld head to i . . . . '. .
f()Ui ' ' . . , , , irounies. l ne l nree-fjye owes yuincy
i... . ... ... juu, nothinK even ,f Kinsena and Tearney
:add a couple more pitchers to the list. do ,f Vs 6Q seri(us a8 that et tne
I ! SnHrcfieM mno-nato tronafnr Mc toi m
Ohland will be the only Davenporter
of last season in the outfield this year,
while Chapman and Darriuger will be
the only remnants of the old infield
Walsh and Coleman will try for sec
ond backstop job, while Smith. Nelson.
Crabbe and Thoney will return for box
duty. Manager Dan O'Leary has in
addition for the outfield Weisenstein.
Finney. Crangle, Lund and Lindholm.
and for the infield Bromwich, Koep-
niriE' Thntrmson and TVvlrer Thp laar
This half was on that account cLarae- j naniej is a eff handed first basPman.
xerizea witn rougiier playing tiian tne 1 It i
vrsi ha:r. In the lirst nail not
was called against Augustana for rough
playing. At no time during the second
half was Augustana in danger.
gerously ill in her apartmen's at the
Virginia hotel. It is believed by her
friends that her staco days are over.
Little hope is held out for h--r recov
ery. Miss Barrison is, aa1 nj3 been for
months, suffering from acute bronchi
tis, and to this trouble ?ia e been
added tubercular symptoms. Several
weeks ago Mr. Howard toot her to
St. 'Louis, where a consultation of phy
sicians was held. The St. Louis doc
tors held out little hope for her snd
she returned to Chicago, tv litre she
has made her home for a u imber of
years. Miss Barrison is constantly at
tended by a trained nurse. Dr. Jay F.
Pitts is her physician.
It will be for her de'iueation r f the
character of the Blue Mouse h. Clyde
Fitch's play of the same i:an:e tint
Mabel Barrison will be longest remem
bered. Iast fall she took th ; leadir
role In "Lulu's Husband." In which she
was jointly starred with Harv Conor.
they were interested in each other.
Mrs. Housel FrycXman ha had charge
of the violin department of Augustana
college since the fall of 1907.
WILL XTIXl'E TEACHING.
She has also acted as leader of the
Augustana Symphony orchestra. It is
her intention to remain with the
school the rest of this term. Mrs.
Frykman Is a woman of much person
al charm and Is very popular as a
Mr. Frykman is a sraduate of the
Augustana business college. Since bis
graduation he has been connected with
the State bank. He is a popular young
man of sterling qualities.
Mr. and Mrs. Frykman will be at
home after June 1 at 823 Forty-second
street. Rock Island.
JUDGE LINDSEY TO
BE HERE TOMORROW
Itenver Juvenile Court Officer to Give
Lecture at Augustana Col
A great deal of interest is beintr
manifested by the studnts of Augus
In December she was forced by illness ' tana in the lecture to be given tomor
to retire. j row r ight by Judge Ben B. Lindsev.
Miss Barrison was Known for many; "the kids' judge." from Denver, Col,
STATE BAR TO K0LD
Semi-Annual Meeting of Illinois As
sociation at Springfield
over from the capital to Quincy. It
will be to his financial advantage, and
that's what Dick is looking after all
Come on, you south end sports; take
your medicine. You've got it coming.
t ompicte I. fiange of Program the afternoon will occur the ceremon
Every act a feature. Never seen in ; ies attending the unveiling of the por
the semi-annual meeting or tne im-. MRS ZEISLER IN RECITAL,
nois State Bar association is to he held j A iarge and representative audi
next Thursday in Springfield. Several ' ence. including many Rock Island
members of the Rock Island county bar-PePle greeted Mrs. Fannie Bloom
ra rni,,,- , nrtnri a, ,h mrn.lfle,d Zeisler. the planiste of Chicago.
ing session proposed amendments to
and Miss Elizabeth Nott. mezzo
contralto of Davenport at the Grand,
J the practice act will be discussed. In j Davenport. Saturday evening. It has
been a number of years since Mrs.
Rock Island. Headed by
A COOK SISTERS 4
tircmet Vuartet in Vaudeville,
FIVE OTHER BIG ACTS
5tM.00 Act La.-t Half
Her Mirror and Press
Order Seats in Advance.
Old Phone 16S5.
traits of former justices of the su
preme court. The program will be as
follows; the exercises to take place in
the supreme court building:
Introductory remarks Chief Justice
Alonzo K. Vickers.
"The Supreme Court under the Con
stitution of ISIS." Edward C. Kramer,
Fast St. Louis
"The Supreme Court under the Con
stitution of IMS." Stephen S. Greg
ory, Chicago. I
"The Supreme Court under the Con-!
stitution of 1S70." William R. Curran, '
Response on behalf of the court j
Justice Jamt'B H. Cartwright.
At 7 in the evening there will be ai
'reception and dinner at the St. Ni- i
jcholas hotel. AVllliam R. Curran of I
: Tekin is to be toastmaster. The fol-!
lowing toasts will be responded to: j
"The State." James A. Connolly,:
"The Law." George T. Buckingham, j
j Chicago. I
'The Courts." Frank J. Loesch. ;
N. E. JUHL
years as a clever porriys.' of ohil
dren's roles. In "Babes in Toylanrt."
again in the "Wizard of Oz," and in
"The Land of Nod" all successes
Miss Barrison played roles of th:s
Other plays in which she has been
6een in Chicago are 'His Honor the
Mayor," "The Three Graces," "The
Flower of the Ranch" and "The Dis
In 1906 Miss Barrison was marvied
to "Joe" Howard, who is net onlv an
actor of ability, but is also a clever j
writer of music. They have played to- j
gether in vaudeville, and he was also !
a member of "The Blue Mouse" com-'
pany. They own a theatre in Wauke-1
gan called "The Barrison." j
Miss Barrison to use her stage !
name; she was born Eva Torrance
was married in Chicago in 1904 to Wil
Ham Dudley Gaston. A divorce came
In 19"6. Gaston played at the Ma
jestic theatre last week.
jn the college chafe!. The students are
very much interested in Judge Llnd-
BOY HUNTER STRAYS
FAR FROM HIS HOME
Kmet Drane. 13. of Sterling, Found
Asleep in Doorway of Local
JUDGE BEN B. LINDSEY.
Tuesday Evening, Feb. 14,
8 p. IU.
Judge Ben B. Lindsey
t Denver's famous Juvenile court ! Chicago
J"-' "The Bar." Adlai
If you miss hearing the "Kid's : Rinnminftnn
Judge" tell about the Misrcrtunes j
cf Mickey," you miss the lecture of , Bowl Exhibition Gamci.
the season. Judge Lindsey touches ' An exhibition contest between the
upon a question which is most vital cross Country bowling team and a
to the American nation the saving jteam from the Com8 BoWiing cluo of
of the delinquent boy. fhe Harms aKeve haa been scheduled
Seat, reserved now at the College for thU evenln at the Patting al,y8.
'JUI mat j. t UUUC IrD L V J W.
Prices 75c and 50c.
i The Cross Countrys are preparing to
; go to St. Paul the latter part of this
j month to take part in the International
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
Peoples National Bank Building.
Open Wednesday amd Sat unlay
Evenings. Phone West 122-
tournament to be held there.
Notice to Contractors. t
j Bids will be received at the mayor's
office 9 a. m., Feb. 23. 1911. for con
' structing sewer system In the west
i section of the Seventh ward. Rock Isl
and, III. Plans and specifications on
file at office of city engineer. Contrtc
. tors will be paid in bond bearing 5
j per cent Interest. All bonds must be
accompanied by cash or a certified
j check to the amount of 1 per cent of
j the bids and made payable to the order
i of the board of local Improvements.
WALLACE TREICHLER, Engineer.
GEORGE W. McCASKRIN.
President of Board.
sey and his work, and they are plan
ning to give him an ovation whn he
comes. A special mass meeting has
been held to formulate some new yells ,
for the occasion.
Judge Lindsey will arilve here from i
With a little 22-calibre rifle slung I Carthage. III. He will be met by a di-i
over his shoulder and a small span-: egation of students and escorted to
lei at his feet. Ernest Drane, a 13-the hotel. j
year-old Sterling boy. was found Sat-j in his lecture. "The Misfortunes of!
urday night sound asleep in the Mickey," he v ill touch upon the nature !
doorway of the Casino saloon on , of his work, txpl jining his Bj&iem of I
Third avenue and Twenty-third ! treating the delinquent boys Judge
street. Officer John Kinney took j LindPey iri a forcf ful Pp(.aK.r. He ban
charge of the lad and he was kept , a wav of hi ,M,,ntB
at the police station until arrange-, . t,,iL .n
menis couia ue iuaue iciiay wnn t.ia
parents for having him returned to
his home. The boy was thoroughly
tired out when taken into custody.
He claimed that he had walked here
from Sterling, riding only four miies
of the distance with a farmer who
happened to be passing. The police 1 Serious Coiw.iien Are .Narrow ly ; started madly down the ii.etcr hill
And the People
A provision has been added to the post
office appropriation bill by the senate
postoffice committee without proper not
ice or public hearing. It proved to be an
unjust discriminating and confiscatory tax
on the popular magazine. By attaching
this provision to the postoffice appropria
tion bill at the eleventh hour all oppor
tunity for open discussion and considera
tion by the pccple, the publishers and
the senate wai cut off. It was an un
American start, a proceeding accom
plished under presidential and polit
ical coercion. If this bill is passed with
the provision which practically exempts
from taxation magazines which have not
spoken boldly on public questions, many
of the popular periodicals will be put out
of business altogether and the others
without exception will be seriously crip
pled. Even if it were possible for the
magazines to continue in business under
the new conditions, the people would de
rive no benefit from the measure, for
unless the postoffice department is taken
out of politics and a businesslike man
agement installed, it is improbable that
the additional revenue collected will be
used economically. We urge every friend
of honest politics, economical government
and a free press to telegraph or write an
immediate protest to the senators and
THE CURTIS PUBLISHING CO.,
The Ladies' Home Journal,
The Saturday Evening Post
TEAM RUNS AWAY AT
A FUNERAL SERVICE
The runaway occurred at Chippiau-, KtoiK s, ;irnl the c.-irri:gi' would
nock cemetery. The n tu'tin of a man doiiliu j; have been linden
were belli buried, and j i-t in the pieees
midst ot the 8'TviT, a livery team,
hitched to a carriage, tai it - inuan ' Neighbor Attention.
tage of the absence of tne diixer
.vert'! at 'hippiaiiinu k
are inclined to think that the lad
has fibbed a little, inasmuch as Ster
ling Is 53 milea away from here and
the boy would have been some walk
er to cover the distance in the time!
he claims. Ernest S3ys he had goneici'lent was narrowly s verted Saturday ' nearb
and when checked, was headed d.iert
ly for the grave, around wltir-h w,-re
assembled relatives and friends of the
What might have been a serious ac- Harry
Knox, who was Ktnndi:.
grasped the i-fin., and al-
;uuu"s iu me . auemoon w.t n a runAzy team was 'though he wa unable to hritiK the
'morning, but as he failed to find any .checked in its mad flight by Harry ' horse to a Kior. he a, to t.:r..
. . t
ror several nours. ne aeciaea to come Knox, son of ri:dertaer B F. Knox,
to this city to vis!t with an old col- J
ored mammy, whom he had known " ------
all his life. He failed to find her'rf - y t
upon arrival here and as he was tired j IflP I 11(1 ifM1f)r)lf
The r'guiai' inefi;i(f fif (' ". Hi ie-1
'ari;, Si, 1 .'..' i. M V. A. ha. .1
(hanifed from Tuehday, Feb. II, to
d!,Klay. h. l.",, i:il). at :::p) p
m , and will lie I, el. I In tic- K. ('. club
.JOHN t! COUKKN, CUrk.
.JOHN M SHANK, Cot.iul.
Licensed to Wed.
A practical and successtul bnsl
ness man, I have lived in this city
for 3 8 years, the last 25 years I
have devoted to the contracting and
building business. In the past year
he sat down at the Casino steps and
went asleep. He was very anxious
today to get back to his mother.
Rheumatism Cured in 24 Hours. j
T. J. Llackmore of Haller & '
Blackmore, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A
short time since I procured a bottle
of Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheuma-
1 t(am 7 tF-r. nA r f . K
fore, will be in a position if elected bu iTook o my "bed with
fir.eo&f the5" nntirV!r,t0 m6 af"i rheumatism nine months ago and Dr.
fairs of the cfty which I will con- Deu-non's Relief t Rheumlsm is!
r,r T K.,; r i th medlC,Be tha dl 6 any
them off of th-'r course. In doin mj, ; H.:rrd iMiiit't .
lie as thrown atrairiM a tree, ar d his -MI-h f'.I.za'i' h
right arm was hadlv br.il.i-d. (itht: x H' nil lie I5 f-;.er ....
who earn" to his asf-.i - i r:-e fiii'ecded SUha Ait-n-'a l. kins
l;i 6toppine the team, bu' only after ; ote I'.to -'.ii
seeil had been bowled over. Had 1 Mi Anna. S( hinld' .,
the team continued in a straight line. !
hand store has returned to Rock Is-, with nothing to euro It, th'-re would AJ1 the news all
jana ana mi ie cunoucteu under, have been several demolished
j the firm came of Carney Thomp- j
eon. It runs Ju;V the sa.ne as "J. , .
. f. usa to r:.n u. e win nay
J. P. Williamson's new and 2a
. . Cliii'o i
. . I'm empllo j
liuffalo I'raii k-
the tince The
tom i Argu.
I have retired from business,
more for your gocds and sell cheaper I
CARN'EY & THOMPSON
vvi; siuitE ihmus.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
j Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
j Druggists refund money if It fails to
j cure. E. Y. Grove s signature is on j
i ;acc hex, SS cent J
am a heavy tax payer, all my In
vestments are in city property, &'l
my interests are in Rock Island. Hop
ing the voters will make me their
choice as one of the commissioners, I
Tours for good Jr.dgment,
NICOLAI E. JUHL.
good. I bad five of the best pbys!
ciana In the city, but I received very :
little relief from them. I know Dr. () X
uetcnon s teener ror Kneumatisin to
be what it is represented and take
Old I'bone 1688. 152.5 Second Atr.
! Hook Island. I1L
to any employ-d man o woman. No
pleasure in recommending it to
other poor sufferers." Sold by Otto
security needed. Your plain note,
that's all. Call and be convinced.
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Island, and Gust Sehlegel. 20 Weat ; Old pJx.ne KaM I1S7.
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Money to Loan
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will convince you that our TERMS and RATES are
Reliable Loan Co.
1805!2 Second Avenue, Old Phone 1008.