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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1911.
POWER OF PRESS
Kinsella and Tearney Working
Chicago Papers in a Stall
SAY THEY WILL APPEAL
ETHEL SPEARE. "POLLY, OF THE CIRCUS'
CARNEY IS A CRIP
talked in Attmpt to Do an Illegal
Thing They Are Pouting-
F or ma I not fee will be served upon
President Tearney of the Three-Eye
league by Rock Island, Davenport,
'Dubuque and Waterloo, as a result of
-action taken today, that these four
flubs will refuse to be responsible for
ny :-.are of the expense incurred in
t'le appealing of the Waterloo injunc
tion case, such an appeal having been
threatened b - Mr. Tearney. It is
f irtrer ststcri, ihnt. Mr. Tearney hav-
.g involved the league in litigation In
t attempt ta do an act which its con-
ticn explicitly prohibits, these
- r .' ;bs c!c rot consider themselves
t - .;:: r c.f the costs already
' . .'.:; .-cli 7.-Judge Gridley
in . . ri roiiii ; f-sterday. plac
ed i. :-j-;n"'ion h.r.d at $2.0 in
ti- V. aterloo. ;''. a basebaTJ dub's
feln to retain a p'a'c in th Three
l.c league. The for.nal restraining
crder asKed by co .;i-,-' for the Water-
1- o clui, va issued today.
Following ;t o;i:'c:ii!(c with Presi-j
v tit :n;.fl!s, "f th- Springfield
c-mli. President Tcnrr.cy annouiifd
that i: woi.li a;;;f al Judge Griuley's j
'i:-.ci! to the supreme court. Th j
f-rpcal. he said, wo;'! J i;e filed this i
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217 miles and the rules required that
a landing to be made on the summit
of Puy-de-Dome, a mountain rising
. 4.S00 feet near Clermont-Ferrand.
BEAT THK TIME.
T 1 3 Mono wav f TT A n
"11JJUC1 x-c 5ti v,aii Renaux ascended
Smile loaay WltliOUt Suf- ! morning and made
HAS COMMENCED TRAINING u?es at Nevers-
J liours and S minutes. By the rules!
he was allowed six hours for the
i flight. He made a stop of 17 min-
Kosulf Is "Hitt Kvery lior.e in
Rrxly Ii-ote-.t:n Aaint
HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS
i IN THEIR FIRST GAME
T.f:'" Camp-, rnanagr
landers, is no .'O'.e todt' y
h:m !o :rr:!e. It i.i no
ar.y lia.j i'c.vp or fail" re
soun- j-remising yor.n.
he had r..c-.-n ansli'ig t';-.
he uk-;. ..?nn"r
: a n y I wa y d i ? . a t i s S e 1
O i the atrary, 1
! c i r. '
ni t se'.t a?'X'i ' .t"
j..' 5 suficrin.u the -vt
j th'! iiret cry's wot:;. j
jjirnif: arc sriiT from tii ;
jtion thv experi-Tct i
'ache- in rvery iior-'-. T"!
' 1 1 c i ii''" w ine to T' .i'
lie i- ho .vs i nai ;i t. .s i :
ii,:r n r.d then i!. ; ui'
otln r ea;.-i:i. Aeror.iir
notiric-i T.ilr.x i h."t
hi? train. n stents f
r of thf
that h h
T been "s
to t':v..i ont
r -' f r whom
f !ie fee Is
hrr lie is i""
i jj!, fur.
:j Ji't ".it1
p. r.d t'.dny
;! re ; :lts o:'
:U 1 r o " :;nd
! tjioi.' is rn
o fe'-t;-.K is
'-v. r. -ind
Kock Island and Moline Cla.h
The firt basleii;';l game of the sea-
foi letvten Mo!ine and RocU Island;
l ?h scLco-s wi.l bo played at the j
v.i-jn-.?al ar: gymnasaiin in Moline to-. j
mcirc.v niglit. Nei'S't-!- of tne rival
i.i-h-c-1 hai had a ran ieim this sea-
sen am rotli are r jantltnt cr mic-
: . ;:::eh school has but one victory
to its t-redit. Kook Island having Oe-
e'! Trcr nt
1'- I . u i tirnf; ii i
. as a rn".'..'u""
fj iic kly
Tearney aifo said
sr')'i'i!e with Qnin-
.r ;ie league. a:i'3
.is1 rf jrarnes as
-.: t -iLi niitted.
Frederic Thompson will bring his play of the tent and the sawdust
ring, depicting "a real circus on the stage," to the Illinois theatre next
Saturday, matinee and night.
T.'.-'.rn' v .f the Three-
; " i ; . : i o nan. n:d I. ep-
' ' ;::at !. tiie hangout
rncii to uhem he is a goo
it i.a- feme to pass liiat when
when he has nothing alse to support lit is alleged, oo into the Three-Eye
him. coffers for its slip. re of the sinking
And so we pee a column inter tew j fund, it tinds itself out in the cold,
with him printed in today's morning j buncoed, simply buncoed. While
"- papers from the Windy city in which Quincy has flunked and broken up ; ev, .iin ,nt
'd ;it is stated that the '"league", meaning two leagues in which Hock Lt re!iC!.-s care., c
cr .f a
I ..inv . il i.a- (Tine to pass l.'iat wnen i nick Kinsella. Tearnev and three Island was interested this fac
he ! ,-( s out a story the Chicago , clubs that are more or less passive ; is not held up against that t it y now,
rewspap rs fall for it. however warp-1 in the matter, has decided to appeal I for the town has reformed and made
.... -...-..i- .v ..... --iiue waienoo case, irusuiii; inai it I an fimauiH record in i.n' (.fmnii as-. fl) rorrt4jt3 n- tj,..., come in
i t.. . in-iua i rvuir a . u i n in v:i '.t , j ;j taue a veir to get a decision, ana I sonancn. i nere is no ..town hock i
in the Chi'-a-o polit.cal school Mr. I jn the meantime th leatrlIe' wilt co Island would rather see added to the
wjll take advantage of -v
that the v. (atk'-r man v."
ia uts i
Carney donned his Is! ,
for the th st tiir. yr ,:-
and v-iih an :i in ; i ' i t-w y.
has been playoff tv.':i 'oi
i ai years ."'.s trail.
lo?!cia!ly one:i--:I the s
I f'.tt the first, hail of i ;v
city park. He foui.'i
! fait y j,..? .; i-ha! an
a:cni!il tho ii'.-l.i for an i
! f re he !,rgan to get
the tinv h:-.f ing, catch.;
c:'t:':g amnnri the int'i,
up t!- hottest, th.a'
yo'intster could send
j wis all over he look a
ji T.ih house and rn'cr a
!ame back to the city
a week of "vor:c similar
perfi.'I'tSiail;-: tri put h
fca"ed St. Ambrose and Moline an in- j
dependent home team. Sterling andi
Muscatine each gave both tetm aj
severe drubbing and no line on the i
two ttams can he gotten by a compar- j
isoti of secres. The Moline boys, how-1
r an- ever, wiil have thr. .td'antae of lday- j
he an- m: on their own ilo'.r, and accord-i
keep nil in ."! tiieir chances oi winning are1
on are: i'rea'ly improved.
The accumulation of personal resources is the ar
gument most frequently advanced for saving.
Systematic saving develops character, the great
est of resources and the cornerstone of credit.
Character and credit are as essential as cash,
when the rainy day comes.
A savings account for YOU, at this bank, right
now, for building character, credit and cash resources.
4 Interest on Savings
STATE BANK OF ROCK
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
Capita $200,000.00 Surplus Sloo.ooo.oo
The gatae was scheduled for Friday
's. , evening of this week, hut was chang-
511. fa with consent cf both teams, as the
ii:"! r uniform '-ate was the fame as that fixed upon
-1 iv a:!.-:n.siii , for the tri-city d.-ba'e. which will be
'.;;!!:.-. r y. ho 'held jn each of the three schools Fri-
ot bail i. : si v-1 day evening. jat which the purchasing club
r :ir;ner. lie The locais are practicing better j sumes the salary oldigatiou."
son ny t,;ru:'s man tncy nave sin q ine louriiameiii
- ir in I: !a:.d : "' ' it is expected that they w ill be
the ur..,:ii ! inli" rendition for the game. The whole
he ro.ijp ?d !snt:ad was taken sick on the Abingdon
-:r ami a half I"''.'1, it being the opinion of some of
lied, fie sner.t 1 lh m that it was due to a poor meal
which was the best rney could get
in the small town
PHIL MITCHKIX. President. I. S. 111111. Vice President.
K. T. AMUIHSOX, Cashier. C. 1 ('II.VVNoV, A-si-tant Oisli. r.
X)l HT1IOI S ATTKM IOV TO A I
y-K fly halls, ca
Id and picking
li'iia. When i:
' ci 1 dij) at the
ir;' k niii (town
hat do not t"i I i.i interfere with th"
circulation nt th.- 1.1. o 1 jn the lower
Ihmhs; I uil! take lo.i- breath;, filing
CHANCE FOR JACK- WHITE , v, rv " " 1 i -t om.v
'such fi-od as 1 -i c.i'. r!at. . to ni:lk
Feather eiglit Will Il Ad Wolgnsi inus. 1h and h'...' l; I v ill ,nv myself
Some Time Net Month. !ii--li sj h ed roo'.liu; : I will te'low a
Chicago, March 7. Jack White, the diet that trade th.. .1:1. i. nt Mo pti.nn
local feather-weight, who so decisive- the lon-liw-d pp''' that lie", wer.'
Thev are all rejlv defeated Tommy Oary in Milwau-iln fait. I will ;:. t be k t na'ute. In
covered now and should he in good i kee recently, will meet Ad Woliiat.
condition for the hard battle which ' some time next month. The match i'
awaits them tomorrow night. The
lineup will probably
!!e felt fine vvith ndinsmann and Wilcher at for
ho iiiuht the:wnrd. Trer.'.ann at center, and bar
Jl ta!-.- about 1 her and .Mclntyre nt guards unless
0 "stei-.l.iy's ' -Mae.Maniis is able to get into the
1 in shapo' ".ame.
wh re 4 can uet out and set the
Tearn-y has come to rely upon the!ahead and plav ball with Q lincv a ! Three-Eye, if annexing is to be done.
i; 1 i iikh.
of .!(.e Stiojies
am h nt il.n s muni 11 were free -if
mid nilnnt'is, bore lan;e I'ltnllli's,
was arranged yesterday between Fri-d'aud ail boca.-so they It v - t tempera'
Gilmore. White's manager, and Tom j hi at. I won- tin- same Kariiientrt !:i
Jones, who is in charge of the light j winter as in summer. Seventy lie
weight champion. Arrangements ar I'1'1' relit 't th.' wotiicti In New Vorl ,
under way with the Badger At hlei ie , "cord in to a v-ll Vmnn ph v -P ,n.
I-ower of the press to pull him through j member, violating the injunction is-
Mil. TKtItKV'S i.i:(;ii:.
Read this sta.ement made
sued by Judge Gridley.
MV NOT KNOW BKTTER.
While it is not bv anv moans im
possible that Kinsella and Tearney ' urday night:
do not knew anv better thin to be.
driaiey s decision
The signed conl r;.e!
of And ilusia v. a.; rfe -ived this morn , Waterloo has hought Jimmy Wall.
ing by Manager Cara . Strojies is an tiiird beseman with the Kansas State
JV Joh'er bicthtr cf Civvies St ropes, the: league last season. He hatted .293
Tearney to the Associated Press Sat-
! in fU-
ami led the league in base stealing
and sacrifice hits.
si;-'.:. dure was secured
several days ago The pitcher is
We are not safh.Vd with Judge ! -l '" & L-' tl:i - " - lh: -1 Teuow 01 i'..
poumis. lie has prch il semi-prcfes-1
in the limry county ' with Cincinnati have good words for
, - ... 'is 11 line r.'-ni-ii criiM'-tn.ino. rArrncnnnnonia ar ina rrnnr
11 . v. . , i,riaiev s decision, ana we snai carry - 1 v- " v... . ... ....
ui-ie me urfoeiii in junction win ne: - civ.,...' 1 ..n
, , ji .... the case to the Kiinreme court if nec- i.cim
' 110 out . uriiui 11 k. cLii a iiitfu 1. 1 1 is m irH i ;. , . m.
MJFH ! Hkelv that thev realize thev are un essary to beat U" As 1uickl- as M , BW Ml" " ? ""',t:, Ulal 11 13 01 uie ,(,rmf'r lnree r'e leaguers w no
. ;:.Tr- ; . j , . . . i can me an arrieai 1 snaii issue a can ---- . .w. .u.. ii, -i-i" ".""s -"- " i-'
agaiAst it and are merely stalling and i ?an fi,e an arpeal 1 6ha" issue a cal!
Saturday Night, March 11
Montgomery & Stone S
hoping something will turn
tny a cnn,.ia t rr.octi,.o- in ininni a ! i-iur iuiiain, iJ.i il Jacobscu and theisnrlnc at Hot Snnnss. joe Herder is
' ' i i . i 3 ...mi ii Tlt rior Twlnn f'prc w lir o-ruti' tm i r !- 1 r rn 1 Q c? o -iir 1 r-ntrorP r
i 1 r inch thT. trLr I M reason, with Quincy hush in that section of the ccunlry. ,
it is a cinch that the northern clubs . , ., .... . !ri,ri.. ;ri i.. , . . ,. ...i -.i
rr, or,, I il.ol th.. , ; . , i US H meillDer Or lll Circuit. iner v "----. .e.im uui imjiu mm im.riiuw aifeuiuviii ,' .
do and that they are not going to be ..,.. ... ,. , , .... aml ts remited tr, i,c fas. n,i o m,i in,u.i,.,i . c rnn nH iim to
i .. t ; i 11 1 . v, in t ii i nil tin Li anu aui. il- 1 ' " " . ' ' . , . . v. . . . - ...... -
nit tor as w; U
In George Ade3 Musical Com
Til EV H N AMI LOST.
The Old Town
.5 leiple Augmented Orchestra.
Prices 50c to $2.00.
Seats Wednesday Morning.
ed within a fortnight.
"There has been somt talk of a
It is time to quit this childish non-1 compromise in the nature of reorg
sense. Kinsella and Tearney thought j anizine the leasue and makinc it a
they had arranged a frameup to run j ten-clnh organization, but I shall not
99 I the steam roller over Waterloo andLroo n onr h n n'nn it hna hoen
Dubuque. So sure were they that i sugcested that both Waterloo and
PRIZE TO RENAUXi:
ithey could carry out their plan that
j th'y accepted money to bind a con
tract to execute the first part of it.
j The action they proposed to take was
j dlegal and unjust, both under baseball
rules and the civil law, and now that
they have been balked by the courts
t rlv Q ret T"i V 1 a Vi ansf ra o--J tn n oKmi
rring out against Waterloo for be-
jing unfair, notwithstanding an impar-
, tial Judge has weighed the case of
Complete Change of lrogram. Full i ,hat c,t' trom the baseball standpoint.
! interpreting the league constitution to
favor the Boosters. There isn't the
slightest doubt that the baseball an-
of ;! Comedy.
Three lays Only.
Krery Act a Hcajlliner.
SIX BIG HEADLINE ACTS
Don't Min This Hig Show.
Commencing Wednesday you can re-f-erve
j-our . cent fiiket for the
TH-City Kailuay Employers' benefit
for Friday night.
Quincy be admitted, with the addi
tion of another city in ths case Wat
erloo won its case. The league will
remain an eight-club organization,
no matter how the legal tangle
L'pon what meat does this, our
Caesar, feed, we should like to know,
that he has grown so great? One
would gather that he at least owned
the controlling stock in this circuit,
instead of being merely its hired
man. The decision of Judge Gridley
in which precedents were quoted es
tablishing that a baseball executive
really has no direct voice in the ser-
turdty to pass upon the case, would Mous business of the circuit might
have construed the Three-Eye articles ' have been expected to be taken by
in precisely the same manner. But i Mr. Tearney as a cue to his future
Kinsella and Tearney knew that the ' course. But it seems he has over-
jthorities, had they been given oppor-
haseball courts were too unwieldly to
take any action till after they had
done what they had set out to do.
It Is extremely doubtful if those
who are realty supporting baseball
looked the gentle hint.
Mr. Tearney was elected president
of all the league. He Is an employe
of Waterloo as much as he is of Dick
Kinsella and bound by every obliga-
The World IVcfnre Your Eye.
A gorgeous and spectacular repro
duction of Yerdi"s famous opera
in motion pictures.
A Soldier, (war drama).
Song "That Fascinating Ilag.
Admission Only Cent.
about the circuit are caring a rap in(t'on tr Etve one elub the same con
regard to the mere political aspect i sideration as another. The Three
of the Three-Eye fight. What they'E'f league rules and baseball law in
want is a good, clean, interesting ! Keneral give him no authority to
pennant race. Cnless Kinsella and
meddle in the making over of the
rrench Airman Flies With Pas
senger from Paris to Puy-de-Dome.
take a few wallops at Davenport.
Even if the league pulls through the
crisis and gets down to business it
on't seem real baseball unless we
are given opportunity to poke up the
j animals across the creek occasionally
I to henr them crowl
club of Milwaukee. The exact date1"" I'! The
for She fight has not yet been set. but
it will be held early in April anil will
be staged in the Hippodrome at Milwaukee.
of Huh cit y nt
March 11 "Polly of the Circus
March 12 "Classmates.'
March 14 "Third Degree."
March 16 "Passing of the Third
Maech 19 "Bachelor's Honeymoon."
matinee and evening.
April 13, 14, 15 "Ben Hur."
Ait. i women patients
op 'i ai iens. In) j , r
LANDS ON MOUNTAIN TOP
Covers Distance of 217 Mile, in
Hours S Minute, With but
Clermont-Ferrand, France, March
7. Aviator Renaux, flying from St.
Cloud today, landed on the summit
of Puy-de-Dotne, 217 miles, at 2:1'"
winning the epecial Mielulin prize of
$20,000. He made the distance in
a little over fi.e hours.
v a iirii:i niMi'.wiov.
The conditions of the contest were
that the airman, uith a companion,
should fly In six hours from Paris
to the tip of Puy-de-Dorne after cir
cling the steeple of the cathedral at
Clermont-Ferrand. The distance is
The St. Louis Browns have three
former Three-Eye league pitchers in
training this spring. Barney Pelty,
the veteran Cedar Rapids graduate, is
apparently about down and out, his
arm having gone bad last Beason. It
is "hardly expected that he will last
this season out. Red Nelson, w ho was
formerly with Peoria, had a trial with
the Browns last fall and won five out
of six games and is counted a fixture.
Joe Willis, the ex-Senator, Is the third
one, and his chances seem bright.
President Rowan of Peoria, an
nounced that he had received the sign
ed contracts of the McGafflgan broth
ers, one an infielder and the other an
outfielder; Catcher Blume; Charles
Stis, a second baseman; Pitcher Saun
ders; Catcher McDonald; Pitcher
Tammen, and Outfielder Slyter. Joe
Hovlik, who forwarded his contract
last week, is the only one of the old
guard so far to come into the fold.
i although Rufus Gilbert and Row an
jhave come to a verbal agreement on
( I'lisia'it'y 1 11. il
ho must uiiiii i ; o;
(tent of which are !;' i'i their m in
ner of iiltv and the ihitiirt that Ihey
wear. The hit-m-st memice ( wom
an's health ; tiUit lacing, light niioi r,
ti:, lit Hollies, loo many J ' 1 1 1 . i-. and
wearii.g six i.r k- ven t lock in si! , h cf
pariiient j ar rtid I heir ( ti.sl, und lieu
coing out in the o;d lr I .w shoes and
th'.ll sl'k l'". e. iieir ne . ' uv' ;1; '"'.t,.
u s bar... arid 10114 . i 1 king pos-i
lie to invite illheipl;. Th y tio.e n i
exercise, do leU le!ie-,e iti a const aril
c.irrent of'fre h air in their sleeping
apartments, and h.'c the steam radi
ators going a' full tilt all the tltn".
In my declaration cf independent'"
ns ri" ni'ls dre. s. I will cnrefullv
"THIRD DEGREE" IN LONDON: i avoid a!l lie, thin-.-s and so conduct
Charles Klein, the distinguished tn.v life as to make Uu most out of V
American playwright, sailed for Lou-. f'" f'f health Is concerned, and
,I,,r. loo u-ooU , ,.rr.ol..l fin-.t nr. :tkn Is absolutely MO reason wtlJT 1
rangements for the production of his .cannot live to lie 1 as well as mv
play, "The Third Degree,- in that : iter ,. In, thrived in tie days of un
city. The piece Is to be presented . l imit Si ai i.i ami Mi pt."
there late this pring by Arthur I lour
elder and Violet Yanbrugh, under the
tltt nf "Th llofanap " The Irwllli.-d-
tion known In America as the third. r' S";'ulp w,, h,'r,"r" b ViM-
degree is not in vogue in Ixndon. he-1 ." -?irl'" '"k r -t."'o favor
ing distinctly opposed to the proce-, i'o . n the seu,- ind up of the Empire
dure laid down for the police author!-!A' l'M Hh h wn st l.ng show last
rr. Q, niht at the coliseum.
II WD. X U DU1I. LflC VH il Uillin lit, j
Mr. Klein will make changes in the
first act by introducing a
who has practised a combination of
hvr.nr.tlam unit hriitnl innuisition noon i
suspects without the knowledge of ' and body lock.
his associates, and who haa thereby
Roller Downs Cutler.
Chicago, March 7 Dr. 11. F. Holler
The far western physician rapture I
character i "' rnilff,' ,n ,wo straight fallH, taking
line tlrsf. in in minutes with a toe ioci
and the second In ?,.:, uiU, a too
gained a great reputation for his
shrewdness In detecting crime and
placing the guilt,
AT THE MAJESTIC.
A light, snappy, live show Is on vie
at the Majestic. There is not a pieee.
of special scennry in it, and none M
Baseball Books Open.
Memphis. Ten n , March 7. Th
first Indications here that gamblers
would attempt to remove their oper
ations from the track to hasuhall ap
peared yesterday with tho formal of
f r of oddi on the Southern league
race. Chattanooga U held favorite,
odds of S to 5 being offered that th
Tearney quit their "kidding" through j circuit further than to preside over
the Chicago papers and get down tojmeetinps and to doo,arp ,0?t s,lch m
brass tacks there is not liku- t i, i tions as an affirmatively supported
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
Peoples National Rank Building.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Evenings. Itione West 122.
any pennant race.
iiiitn for Qrixrv.
Quincy will probably learn by its
experience with the Three-Eye to be
careful about making agreements
with people who may not be In posi
tion to deliver the goods. Further
more, the Cem city owners should
have no misapprehensions as to the
sort of a four flusher one Richard
The position of Quincy Is most
trying. After paying $2,500 In good
cash to the Central association and,
I by only four clubs.
EIGHT TEAMS OUT FOR TITLE
Illinois Intercollegiate Basketball
Tourney to Start Thursday.
Bloomington. III., March 7. In
terest in college athletic circles of
Illinois will center in the annual In
tercollegiate basketball tournament
to be held here this week, opening
on Thursday and concluding on Sat
urday. Eight teams are entered.
There will be four games Thursday
evening as follows: Millikin ve. Lin-
Watvftn V a flrlr1n llrnft!pc
Mrs. Powell Almost Dead v.. Illinois and Eureka vs. Normal.
Dry Ridge. Ky "I could hardly IXs,Dg tt"ams m arcp aur'"K
me sunsequeui contests ana inr win
across the room." says Mrs. e of the flna, ame on Saturday
JLydla Powell of Dry Ridge." before twill be declared state champion. The
officials in charge of the tournament
will be R. W. Gilbert of Peoria and
W. H. Duerr of Decatur.
I , if . i m . . mim . ri -ft m, aJ.fc Vt," .- J ,
j I tried Cardnl. I was so poorly, I
i was almost dead. Now. I can walk
four miles and do my work with
much ease. I praise Cardui for ray
wonderful cure." Cardui is success
ful in benefiting sick women, because
jit Is composed of Ingredients that
ai. L Diirn.iuiaii; uu luc vvuiiui IdU-
etitution. relieving headache, back
ache, irregularity, misery and dis
tress. Only a good medicine could
show such continual Increase in
popularity as Cardui has for the
past 50 years. Try Cardui, the wo-
I man's tonic.
Fully nine out of every ten cases
of rheumatism is simply rheumatism
of the muscles due to cold or damp,
or chronic rheumatism, neither cf
which requires any internal treat
ment. All that s needed to afford
relief is the free application of Cham
berlain's liniment. Give it a trial
Tou are certain to be pleased with
the quick relief which it affords. Sold 1
by all druggists. J
Heretofore every moe made In or he
fore the court since the Waterloo con
test was started has been a "victory"
for the "league." Now if our friends
down below can manage to grasp a
few of the eiemeniary principles upon
which Judge Gridley based his decl-
f sion we may pet around to playing ball
necessary, ror tnere are two acts on , team win nor win run p'-nuani. .sew
view which would carry any show to Orleans is second choice and the oth
success. Wilson brothers, in their ers stretched out with long odds f
comedy, and Don Court and Wheelan. fered.
The former are here on their second ( Pole Bett. Swl...
trip whi e the latter P.-lnK their rh, , Mar,.n 7...zbyMko. the
first visit to the city. Both acts are . ..' , , , , , , ,u .
.... , . ,. . , . .- Polish wrestler, defeated lnn, the
f inny to the limit and both took a half , ,.
...... ' Swiss giant last evening at the toll
dozen encores before the audience was 1 utr;.i!tt. fuiu nru.
A rarrful perusal of all statements j satisfied. Yulll and Boyd present ine afl4.r M mit.nt.-s of hard work,
printed and credited to the Kinsella- J comedy sketch which introduces a num- j ,,,.,1 haimem d lu 27 uiln-
Tearney allies fails to disclose a sin-j ber of clever dances, k Grac. Dailey ap j
gle claim that the decision of Judge pears in a series of contortion dances t
Gridley Saturday was a "victory" for which are difficult and very well ex -j Hawks Win.
the south end. This Is encouraging, ecuted. Altogether the show may he! Th West Knd Settlement llavks
classed among the most succesf.il H1,r jniht defeated th, V. M. C. A
which Manager Qulnn has brought to Athletic,, H to 0 . 1 ri a yarn played ft
tiie Majestic. It is a light, funny and! Me Settlenu at k mnasiufii. Th
entertaining bill and contains nothing liawl s will play th" W. C V. team
slow. Mrs. Casey's new song scored a 'Thursday evening a' Ariii,r lull.
hit, and the Majesticseope revealed .
dramatic film of more than ordinal v
ty the Fourth of July.
COMMISSION MAKES A RULE
HOW OLD IS RUTH?
'I am going to live to be one hun
dred years old, and I make this state-
National Body If Ids t'luh IJahle for men t In all sincerity and t r il h (
Salary to Injured Player. I says Ruth St. Ifnls, who is to ap-
CinciunaM. March 7. The Iuis-Jpear at the Grand March IV "The
vlile baseball club of the American ! reason why I'm going to live to be pin'
association lost a case before the na-jia because i refuse to accept the man-J
ional baseball commission yesterday, I dates of fashion, w hu h. in its utter iu
when that body promulgated a deed-! difference to comfort and health, d
rjon holding that the cljb must pay (mantis that women garb themrdves
Player Morfarlty $110 which he claim-' in clothes, which, per se. propaga i
J as back salary after being sold oy ill health. I will not wear corset s, I
Louisville to the Omaha club of the 'the use of which interfere with the!
Western league. The commission j natural functions of the Vjdy ar.d act
heeded Molarity's claim that he could ; a a barrier to the proper working j
not play because of injuries and laid; of the respiratory organs, and d-feat
for which God intend--'!
A Tremendous Course
In that throu.h which the blood flown
i l,ei ones t'-rrlnlv roi(:h, too. wh.-n
ti.e liwr l-t I d up. The 1 1 - J I'i'
i U- Pills will eh ai the i,y for the ra'J--vt
I f -.
DON'T GIVE UP
because your r.'ornfeh bus "90ns back
cn you' and c i yMilng ou eatesuse
o-j distress. Yoi:r tart; iv. had enojf :
wi'houf adilii.g worry. Bjt listen.
:here in Sure help for you if ',u wM
only take a liort (our.t- of th- fatriou-
3;El H. Heileman Brewing Co f Jtdcr' n ,he principle that a -dub re-j the purpose
i. Ztitrin. i-eal Aent. r. . sir.sible for the salary of a player i the pores of '
!. ;f-;i2ll0-2tl2 Th:rd avi . om j.hon - f. ' I unarde to plav from Injuries received i to be ui,der-
t .. .vy
t hoii- arid
our skin. 1 will continue . fctonr.cr..." Ouiin th- pt j5 yar.
ut,der-drefcsed Insti ad of ovc- Try it to.-iy for HrrUiurn, ttioatinit,
tn 1,? .1 i , . un F ,1 . 1 . . .1 .- 1,1. : . , .....I . . I I ...'...., . 1 . . , O . I r . fA . r . Art C t . rt m .
1.3 . .1 .111. 11 I 11C UIIJ 1 1 U1B j Ul CBBCU, aim .111 C U J CIlllli'lHI iii;ww , , I .. ' j , ...w ' ' . ' V ' ' , ,
ouTicri reieas'. or. in tne event or lis aanecrs cr suauen cnanzs in innncr-1 wmi, orip ana imjiiri. ii.uh i.i.i
j transfer to another club, to the ttmejature. 1 will wear Iooe--ttiu; .Uots 1 it tale ax.d sure. Avolii all tUiii'.lliUi