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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1911.
NORTH WON ON
Iikewise. the Southern Half of
trio Throo-V.-trt Mpt Cnm. !
CLING TO 10-CLUB IDEA i
vri.iiiu iw w wi w i
To Which We I n This Way Will
Probably Agree if We Name
One of Two New Ones.
; TirK firing has ckaseik
March 15 President Tearney
aid in a formal interview to
newspaper representatives at the
Palmer house, Chicago:
"I am 3orry I ever had
anything to do with the
Three-Eye league. I would
give a thousand dollars to
be rid of the job. My
friends her& in Chicago
have advised me to throw
up the entire affair, but I
will not quit under fire."
The fight is now over, Mr. Tear
ney. What's keeping you?
It is suggested that the $1,000
be given to Quincy.
In the i ciKi'n! of th- national com
mission mad.-- ;. Cine ini.ati yesterday
afTTnoo:. Wat.-rloo and the other north
tern rlubs of the Thre Eye leaeue win
vry point they contended for. while
JKinseHa fiTid Tear' fy ei merely a lit
tle snd ist lo l.r ak the force of their
The contentions of th northern
That Waterloo was r.t-v r voted ou'
of the lfiigue. nor Q'linry vo't-d in. and
that tL'-re weie no efjui abl..- prounda
1r such ac'ion
That no 10-club league be formed, un
If-ss some city in the north l Riven a
iplace to pn serve the !iaian - of the
That the league li" nc divided till j
trier tne close or tn.s season.
- - CJ"dJ.
the Cntral anyway, even if not given j Morris left here last night for Tul
The southern clubs insisted: ja release, and that circuit was defied ! Ka. where he will make his future
That Waterloo had been lawfully ; to pot a team In the city. Finally, home. He is now under the manage
tvoted ou and Quincy voted in. and when baseball for the old organization , n.ent of Frank L'fer. an oil man, who
that such action wa justified by condi- had been absolutely killed, a price was ! paid $25,000 for the right to handle
That in the event Waterloo won the
jight to retain its place the Three-Eye
"be either made a Ki-club leaeue. add
ing Quiney and iw-ratur. or divided and
the southern clubs be given the name,
organization and chattels and permitted
to form a six-club circuit.
Thus if will be Keen that the north-
rn clubs were susrair.ed and the south- time it became parry to a sub rosa
ern clubs overruled on every point, both i agreement to get a berth In the Three
by the national board and the national : Eye.
commission i A somewhat peculiar fact in connec-
wki.comk to the sop. j tlon with the decision was that the re-
So far as the mild rebuke for taking i ouest of the southerners for a six-club
the case Into the courts is concerned. ! ,ea?ue- "Pon which the appeal was
the southern clubs are welcome to all ! nlade, was not referred to in the find
the consolation they can get otit of j lnR
that Waterloo has the satisfation of
knowing that by such a course it got
results, and its supporter el!I believe
that the emergency justified the means.
The reference to forming a 10-club
league is merely a suggestion. The
commission felt such a circuit is not
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LOOK FOR THE BEAR.
j practical, but inasmuch a the south- j
I era faction seemed to be sincere in ita ;
I demand for one, the tentative recom- j
I menuation wan made that one be form-,
led "if possible." While the northern j
clubs believe that adding two more ;
clubs to the league wld not serve any
reasonable ends, yet they remain wili-
ir,e. as they have been all along, to
take their chances in one, provided
J they be allowed to select one of the j
I two clubs given franchises. t
I ISSI E BETWEEX LEACIE.
The peculiar part in the commis
Si0n ruling is the clause which oraers
thar in tasp the Three-Eye does not
take care of that city, the Central as-
1 6oc;aticn reiund The x,;'U paid ty ;
j Quincy for i:s release. This creates j
i a possible issue between the two j
! leagues with absolutely no grounds for :
' a settlement nnless th matter be again ;
! referred to the national commission.
As was expected 'he official mouth-
; pice of the Kinsella following came
out last night wi'h th" statement that
ih ruling of the commission was ac-c-ped
as ordering a lo-club league.
and that Quir.ry and Decatur would be
speedily add-d. and everything would
iov-v. I he commission did not.
however, order, but merely suggestpd.
an enlarging ot ttif circuit, a? nss M-.-n
stated, and the northern clubs wi'l
stand pat for keeping the membership
as it is now. unless, possibly Cedar
Rapids be given a place, and the
U aguo's balance be retained. So there
is likely to be more fireworks when
that meftiniz. uhirh must be called be
fore April 5. is held.
So far as is known there has never
been a 10-club league, and therefore
no schedule has ever been made for
one. It will beuptot'np southern clubs
to framf up an acceptable oti'Hnci of
piair.g dates wi'h 'he same number of
pames between all the clubs and an
equitable arrangement of Sundays and
holidays before the northern clubs will
concede 6uch a circuit is "possible."
Ql 1 V MIT lKKK IX..
President Justice of the Central asso
ciation stated at Burlington last night
that he was confident that when the
iiational association became familiar
with the manner in which (Juin'y se
cured its release from his circuit, the
refunding of that $2.. would not be
insisted i;pon. (Quincy first trieri ;o pit
consent to withdraw, and. failing in
tliih, attempted a more forcible method.
A camptiicn to arouse public sen im";it
. was undertaken and it seems to have
teen ouite successful. The owner of I
the cub Bai,j thpr vfl1lll nor ri in
agreed ur.on, notes were given to cover him.
I'-, and Quir.ry was allowed to go its ! is making moev.
'ay. j Fighting has not been a poor game
That Quincy is an "innocent party." for Morris. He stepped down from
a the commission states, is making it j the cab of an engine last July to en
perhaps a little too strong, for the ter the riug. Today he s'epped from
course of that city toward the Central!
was suen as :o earn the cordial dislike j
of its old associates, and at the same '
ARGUS IS TO PRINT
A TEAM DIRECTORY
For Aid of Managers of Amateur j
rAclall Organizations in Mak
ing Fp Their Schedules. '
ilast year. The Argus will during the '
: con ing baseball season will print a list i
! of the amateur hall team of t ha !
city and vicinity which care to have;tween two tactions or tne league over
their names placed there as an aid i
In getting games among themselves. jtne president ot tne league, Dacneu dj
If the managers, of teams will send:one faction, and the national board of!
. in the name of the team and thebt national association. The national
! name and address of the one author- jal board, after awaiting patiently, In
' ized to secure games. The Argus will an aggrevating situation, an appeal
; keep them standing In the form of - for its arbitment, decided in favor of
a directory of amateur teams. ! Waterloo. Its opinion following very
A team which is to be known as 'closely the lines of Judge Grldley in
"Fritx' Colts" and w hich will be '
utw-n.ru uj ticu Vilnius, itui ea any claims 11 mijcui cave unuer me
IT TewnalnerL'1;0 Tl
?na aVi e'rTedTo nreTare 1 TLfl "h5 tl
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a diamond located at Thirty-first ;
street on Eighteenth avenue
WOMAN OWNS CARDINALS
Xiece of Late Stanley Rohison In-'
! herit Controlling Stock.
! Cleveland. Ohio. March 29 By the
' will of M. Stanley Robison, late presl- :
: dent and principal owner of tbe St. ;
, Louis National league baseball club,
probated here yesterday, a woman will
succeed to his stock tn that club and :
become a baseball magnate. She Is '
Mrs. Helen Hathaway Robison Britton. j
daughter of the late Frank de Haas -Robison.
brother of Stanley Robison. j
Three-fourths of the estate, including
all the stock In the St. Louis club, goes !
to Mrs. Britton. The other fourth is
bequeathed to her mother. Mrs. Sarah
Carver Hathaway Ro bison. On her
death the Quarter stare wiU go to Mrs ;
Britton. to be held by her intrust for ;
her children. On Mrs. Britton's death i
the enUre estate It to become the prop-i
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eny or ner cnuaren. t re a ii. Aoer-
qombie cf S:. Louis is named executor
Yh Mrs Britton and Mrs. Roblson.
He was associated with deceased mag
: nate In recent years, and it Is believed
i that he will look aTter Mrs. Britton's
i baseball Interests.
Chamberlain's Etoraach and Liver
Tablets are safe, ur and re'.iable, i
and have been praised by thousands
of women who have been restored to !
health through their lentle aid and !
curative properties. Sold by all
STILL A HOPE
in Stowinc miKe
SxVirarlr inrov in Ri-rtn in
Fight at Sapula.
, BUy JAT IS ABOUT ALL
: Johnny Omlon Meeta With Surprise
Harry Forbes, but Youth
Pulls Him Through.
Sapulpa. Okla.. March 29. By
knocking out Mike Schreck. the Cin
cinnati heavyweight, in six rounds
here yesterday Carl Morris of this
city kept himself in the running as a
"white hope." That was about all he
did, however, for his showing was not
t. ;c oaiMiiatPrt inriionfo that
champion Jack Johnson is in immi -
r K. twu th
-engineer of Sapulpa. A right hooki
to rhe jaw. won for Morris,
.jorris heat Schreck fairly enough,
n,1T th fipnt was slow. About ll
' schreck did was to act as a punching
-..ap for Morris blows and aTwait the
rr,m--,, nr th. Ppd The records show
that the "flying Dutchman" landed in
a!l pbo'-t ha'f a doren punches, none
cf wnich was hard enough to jar even
a middle-weight. And Morris is far
larger than a middle-weight, for he
weighed in at 243 pounds.
M HHKCK l-'T M M.OW. j
Schreck was fat and slow. He took
a bad beating and was a btoody and ;
ritiful sisht when the final count ,
ing to intirr.ite that Schreck was glad
to hear toe "ten" toll off. But if he I
was he is not to be- censured.
One thins Morris did prove in this
fight is that he can battle with both
hands. He hit Schreck with both I
rights and lefts. This is the first light
in which he has used his left punch to
Morris is slow. He has a punch.
tnie )Uti jt wjjj a large amount
of training to put him in a class with
a;;y of the leading boxers in the
heawweight division. Morris, licwev-
r mis h knows his limitations and!?,srtv
ho. tr,.",,,.,' m train from now on for!
the ring into a new $C.0"u automobile!
he had purchased w ith his earnings,
Fearing the machine, which he bought
in Kansas City, would not be here yes
terday if it came by freight. Morris
had it shipped by express. That cost
The fight drew approximately $25,
000. Of this the fighters got 40 per
cent. Jim Barry challenged the win-
ner, but his defi was not accepted.
close i.i. pon ( Ot i.o.
Kenosha, Wis., March 29. Harry
Forbes, veteran bantam, did every-1
TEARNEY AND HIS
The Sporting News published at St. ition, announces an appeal to the na
louls this week say of the Three-Eye I tional commission as the supreme
'Tbe breach in tbe Three-Eye
,easueat flrBt a big 8tir in a small
puddle widens. It is not now be-
the ousting of Waterloo, but between
the civil courts, though Waterloo waiv
angnea wun a lacuon oi nis urgiu.uu-
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what you would like it to be, why
don't you use Parisian Sage.
If it dees net put life and luster
into the hair and cause it to grow
abundantly you can have your money
back from the Harper house phar
macy. "I cannot say enough in ita favor.
Two years ago I lost all my hair. I
saw Parisian Sage advertised and
thought I would try It. Before I
had finished using the first bott-e
my hair had stopped falling and my i
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t v- - i.oir ,. rst hair
t v o ,., rst hair
j think Parisian Sage the best ha:rBOrt 10 the elan of gambler In
rMtorer and dandruff cure in tfce hls etoop to ca8t reflect-Jona upon the ,
world today. It also makes the hair ;
dean, fluffy and silky; and I would
recommend it to every one wnoi
wishes a hair restorer and beauti- nuence B1 XB- i-urmermore, he!
Her." Miss Mary E. Dickson. 287:mke etatement that Is equivalent!
South avenue. Brldgeton, N. J., 1910. one that the national commission:
For men. women and children, . ba already prejudged the case; he;
there Is no hair preparation that j ba "been Assured that the national j
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American makers advertise It to do.
It banishes dandruT. kills the dan-
druff germ, stops falling hair or
scalp itch, or money back. Sold by
the Harper house pharmacy and
druggists everywhere. Large bottle
thing but "come back" in the ten
round bout with Johnny Coulon, ban
tam champion, here last night before
some C.000 spectators, at the Kenosha
The general xerdict when the gong
sounded was that Coulon had a slight
shade, but in the early rounds he was
mi look like a novice bv the vet-1
I eran title-holder. Forbes was mere
! than Coulons equal in cleverness and
lability, but his age was against him.
and toward the close he was gradual
ly weakening under the relentless
blows of the champion.
TOMMT MCTtPHY BEATE5.
j Fall River. Mass.. March 29. Johnny
etly OI ruimueium uau Lilt? fcUjiutr
over Harlem Tommy Murphy in a tame
12 round bout before the Colonial club
last night. Murphy scored often in the
first rounds, but Kelly's weight gradu
ally wore Murphy down.
JACK JOHNSON IS
BEHIND THE BARS
i Rail of Colored Ctuunpion Forfeited
tv. j -
and He Seems Doomed to
San Francisco,, March 29. Prize
fighter Jack Johnson is in jail, and
unless some higher court comes to his
relief on a technicality he will serve a
25-day sentence for automobile speed-
Johnson has been an oft-time offend-1
er of the speed laws, and after 14 ar-! lander players who ought to have
rests, from which he escaped with reported Monday and who have been
light fines or dismissed, he ran j expected each day since is beginning
against Acting Police Judge Tread ' to bother Manager Carney. He is not
well last Thursday. On that day he the type of leader who coaxes his play
uleaded guilty to a charge of speed-jets to come. He expects them to
ins- and on Saturday he was given i arrive on the day they were order
a jail sentence.
an appeal to the superior
court, and yesterday afternoon Judge
i Megan dismissed the appeal, forfeited
I the fighter's $5't0 bail and ordered him
into immediate custody. Ten minutes
later two deputy sheriffs had htm in
bound for the branch county
Anyhow, if Quincy is an
whose fault is it?
Chicago has sold Il'chers Clark and
Cook, obtained from the Three-Eye
lest fall, to St. Paul.
Kinsella had magnanimously an- I
nounced that he would give Decatur
Jim Novacek as manager. Great littie
gher, that Kinsella.
Struck thrice between the eyes and
each time knocked into dreamland,
President Tearney, after being down
and out for ihe last time, rises on his
elbow to remark that it was another
glorious victory in that Waterloo is
forced to take its case out of the courts
on pain of losing protection. "The sug
gestion of a 10-club league is also a
victory," he adds. "Quincy will stay
in the league and Decatur probably
will be taken in to make the 10-club;
circuit." Quincy will "stay in!" Get
that? After the courts and two base-
; ball tribunals have told him Quincy t
1 never was in! The poor boob doesn't;
know he has been hit. I
right of the litigants-an appeal, but
what will members of the national
commission say to parties coming be-
iore tnem wun tnis aeciarauon.
is credited to President Tearney in
tne news aispatcnes:
'Before Farrell's decision was
made public tonight, I knew what to
expect. The decision was 'framed'
and I certainly will appeal to the na
tional commission for immediate ac
tion. " 'When M. H Sexton, president of
I ttnA VittAnnt laenrtatinn "f l)-r-rf . t
(., I3K11 t ,, ,, , ,
mSS I n?w what results to
- xpect. For 10 years he has bitterly
opposed President Kinsella of the
Springfield club and fought every plan
fostered by him.
" 'I have been assured that the na-
tional commission will take favorable
action In the matter and I am confi-
dent the commission will grant the
southern clubs the right to form a six
"Recognition of the authority of the '
constituted courts of baseball pre-!
eumes a respect for their decisions,
even though views may differ; credit:
for honesty is due, at least, as be- j
tween man and man. When Waterloo ;
took Its case beyond those courts to j
the civil authorities. It Justly laid it-1
' self open to criticism from the stand-!
j point of baseball, but the offense of
' Waterloo was as nothing compared :
..imea u one lie recognizee!. He re-.
claimed ts one he recognized
n-""' uoara. ne accuses me neaa . ;
U1 UUDE-U -iuoa or permit-
tlnv m-n uWavmA nriAnat fuMn. . n I I v
- " '""s
J . . w '
j have put themselves in a position, ;
therefore, where ttey cannot enter
baseball's high court mith clean skirts ;
.appeal In such circumstances would be
presumption; they lie under a charge
jef most grievous contempt that can
hardly be purged.
RECRUITS OUT ON
A FIVE-MILE JOG
Manager Carney Leads His Ball
Tossers Over the Hills
NOT DETERRED BY SNOW
Finish Run in Spite of It -Whereabouts
of Remainder of Islander
Squad Is a .Mystery.
Mansger Bill Carney and nine is
landers who are now In training went
out this morning on a cross country
jog of five miles. They started from
lue iiuii uuui-e ai imhuu iai&
and hit it out Twelfth street past
! the cemetery and into the hills be-
; nd. They were not ery far from the
i i lower ueu iue uuss gave iu-
; ders to counter march and return
i to the field. The party was gone
an hour and most of them were pret-
, ty well tired out when they got back.
The idea of the runs is to get the
men in condition for long, hard
games in which the untrained man
gives out before the fourth or fifth
inning is over.
WHKRE ARK Tf IK HI.UKBSf
The whereabouts of a dozen Is-
ed to get here, and when the truants
no snow up tney win pruntuiy up
' given a cold reception. As tne tPam
, scheduled to pia ai I'ani"1-'
i nest Sunday against Dan O'Leary's
; crew . u is mgu nine iu- le nnu-.r.
; 'pre getting on the job if they ex -
I P to make a snowing. .inwi
I O'Leary is scarcely any better off
I than Manager Carney, however, in
.this regard, and neither team will
; have much of an advantage through
' having had more practice.
TIDE CUTS SHORT
THE DAY'S RACES
j Pishrow's Htm of lOO Miles in
Hour Feature of Auto Fvcnts
ut I'ublo lleai-h.
Jacksonville. Fla.. March 29.
The change in the tide cut short the
program of the first day of the At-
lantie-Pablo beach automobile speed
carnival yesterday afternoon and the
thousands who had journeyed out
to the beach, 1 fi miles from the city,
enjoyed but four events. The course
was in ideal condition. Monday's
proposed program was substituted
The feature of the afternoon prov
ed to be the five-mile free-for-all for
non-stock cars. Running a consist-
I ent rare from start to tinisn. 1I-
cox. driving a National. finished
first in .1:13:27. ahead of rturman.
driving a Mercedes, and Disnrow in,
a Pope-Hartford. ' i
The one-hour race w as for cars of j
all classes. Disbrow, in a Pope
I Hartford, made the best distance In
, a daring exhibit'on of driving, go
1 ing IOC miles. Hughes, driving a
Mercer, and Tower, in a Warren
i Detroit, were the winners In the
' lighter car classes.
PRETZELS LOSE TO
letter Tae Two Out of Three Games
Howled at the Harms
Won Lost. Pet.
Colts 41 lfi .719
Independents P.3 27 .H50
Pretzels 2:5 ;:7 .383
Athletics 20 S7 .351
The only teams which howled last
evening in the Commercial Bowling
league tournamfnt were the Pretzels
and Independents. They met at the
Harms alleys. The Pretzels were vic
tims in two out of the three games.
By inferior bowling they lost the first
game by a fairly big margin, but In
the second they bucked a little strong
er and came within one pin of tying
j the game and two of winning. They
j rolled 790 In this game, while the In-
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dependents rolled 791. In the third
game, with a lineup which was chang
ed considerably from that of the first,
the Pretzels sailed right in and won.
Voss. a new man with the team, rolled
the high score of the evening, having
51 S pins to his credit. Roantree of the
winners was second high with 501 pins.
All of the other bowlers fell below the
The Athletics and Colts game, which
was announced for the Patting alleys
last night, was postponed because of
the illnesa of Arthur Salzmann, captain
of the Colts team. The score of the
W. Hanssen .-. 154 199
Voss 145 1S1
II. Hanssen 117
Hueckstaedt 167 130
Brandt 146 163 ...
Melsner .... , 147
Ruth ,. 117
U Harms 166 155
Soule 151 1S1
Hampton 169 134
Roantree 164 163
Huston 132 158
791 739 2312
Tonight Raymond Hitchcock will ap
pear at the Grand in Davenport in
j George M. Cohan's musical play.
"The Man Who Owns Broadway."
Unlike moat such comedians, Hitch
cock is an actor. He creates char
acter, touches it with his own fan
tastic humor and draws it before
our eyes with the sure stroke of a
master. While Mr. Cohan in his
triple role of librettist, composer
, an(1 pro,joer nas done Bome of his
! happiest work in this impudent
comedy, yet the great success is not
! aIj nis The iaurei8 nlust be be
stow ed upon Mr. Hitchcock, also it
! OWC8 some 0f lt8 vaiue to th co-
, median's clever wife. Flora Zabelle.
Others in the cast are Mildred
Elaine, Ieia Rhodes. Gertrude
Webster. Mark Sullivan. John Hen
dricks, Francis Lieb and Richard
Taber. There is also a large chorus
that has been trained to the minute
and n group of dancers of the Co
hanesque tyie. Cohan has taken
Sydney Lyons, a favorite comedian
on Broadway, and made him a hero
in social life. He is the David Gar
rick of Tom Robertson's old play in
modern setting. David Garrlck
talking slang Instead of sentiment,
his courtly elegance translated into
IKilished impudence and merry
"cheek." Sylvia, the daughter of a
j millionaire. Mr
Bridwell, has fallen
In love with the ac-tor
: sttige box. She carries
j graph in a red morocco case ami
kisses it every chance she gets. In
spite of this, her father announces
her engagement to a "villain" nam
ed Purnham. Papa himself is in the
toils of the villain's beautiful ac- i
complice to the extent of muc h j
money, stoc ks ana jewels, i tie actor
discovers the schemers and de
nounces them, after which there are
many thrilling scenes and entangle
ments before the story ends hap
pily for Sylvia and her adorable
Sydney. The story has neen uiviu
ed into three arts and set In four
scenes, each of which takes place
and around New York. Mr. Co-
j han has scattered many haunting
I melodies throughout the play which
! becomes the texture of the perform
ance. It is the first time that the
famous comedian has appeared here
in a Cohan play and much Interest
is centered in the coming perform
ances. Th company has established
long runs In New York and Boston
and will be presented here the Eame
as It was in the eastern cities.
PICTURES AND LECTURE.
Manager R. H. Taylor announces
that the well known McCabe moving
picture show will be at the Illinois
April 2. Mr. McCabe takes liis audi
ence in a trip to foreign countries,
and gives an interesting lecture,
throw ing an entirely new life lit on
conditions of Europe It Is one of the
most educational entertainments on
the road today.
THE MORNING GLORIES.
"The (iay Morning tilorles." a bur
lesque aggregation, is to hold the
boards tonight at the Illinois iheatre.
ZIEGFELO'S "FOLLIES." j
Ziegfeld's "Follies of 1910'' is sched !
uled for presentation at the Grand, j
Iiavenport, next Friday night. Th- j
cast to be seen here Is the Identical
one which appeared in the organization j
during is record breaking run at the (
Colonial theatre. Chicago, during las:
Wednesday, March 29.
' Cohan & Harris Present America's
j Greatest Comedian,
! Raymond Hitchcock
; In George M. Cohan's Greatest Mu-
jl j (Continued on Page K!x.
Original Xew Vork Company of
I'eople and Iarge Orehestra.
Prices 50c to $2.00.
Three-Eye Will Assemble
Chicago Friday to Pre
pare a Schedule.
TEN-CLUB PLAN WANES
Motion to Mke Cbrcntt CTiaoge Can
not Carry With Four Northern
Club Against IC
Chicago. March 29. President Al
Tearney of the Three-Eye league today
called a meeting for Friday, March 31.
In this city to draft a schedule of
games for the league. This Is In ac
cord with the national commission's
mandate that a schedule should be pre
pared or it would take summary si"
Hon. All questions relating to Water
loo's right to be a member of t he
league this year having been settled
by the national commission, there re
mains only one factor of the tight
which may cause trouble at the meet
ing. That is whether Quincy, ill., and
Decatur shall be admitted, making a
TEARTCT rATOBd, OF COTRSK.
Tearney favors this plan, as it will
not impose upon Quincy the loss it
otherwise will meet because of Its
withdrawal from its former company
to Join the Three-Eye. Several south
ern clubs also are strongly In favor of
this move, but the northern clubs are
Bolidly against the plan.
MKANS I lCV DOOTI.
If the motion comes up to adrattthem
it cannot pass unless sentiment rhang-
i es, and the mandate of the national as
sociation, that the two towns be dis
regarded in the preparation of a sched
ule, probably will be carried out and
Quincy will have to remain out of the
league fohl3 this year.
will, mit vri Kon it.
An attorney for Waterloo today m.iilo
this declaration: "We will not stand
for a 10-club league, you may depend
upon that. Nearly every one we have
talked to in the league nays it is not a
practical or a profitable plan."
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WILLIAM D. HAYWOOD
Will lecture on
"The Coming Victory of Labor."
Thursday, March 30.
Admission 2.1c and 3.1c.
One Jolly Night.
Wednesday, March 29.
The Show You Know,
With Princess Olga in Her Ec
Prices 25c, 50c and 75c.
KERLER RUG COMPANY
Cttrjx't and ling Clennern and
Hug .Maniiitu tur r.
At your home or at our f;i -tory.
We will figure on your
work for all kinds of (leaning.
Hugs made from your old
wornoiit carpets. We sew and
make over. In fact, do ev
erything pertaining to carpets,
rugs, ruattrefiBes and feathers.
1710 Fourth Avenue.
Old phone fU- new phone .'l.'M y
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
Peoples National Hank liuildln.
Open Wednesday and Katurtla-Evenln-s.
Phone Vt'ct 1U2-
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