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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. mil.
WIN FOR LOCALS
Final Count 4 to 3 Twirler
Allows Six Hits and Keeps
PEORIA'S RUNS ON ERRORS'
Davidson Features With Star Catrh j
Fine Throwing Alo
Scores Winning Ran.
Peoria at Rock iEland.
Davenport at Quincy.
Waterloo at Decatur.
Danville at Dubuque.
The Islanders celebrated their re-1
turn to the home lot after a brief j
absence by bunching hit off Walsh I
and Schmlrler and defeating Peoria ;
4 to 3 In a fast, sharp contest at ;
Island City park yesterday after-;
noon. The locals won by pounding
out real hits for each of the runs ;
but came close to giving away the 1
game on errors and misplays, for j
all of the visitors' runs were of the ;
unearned variety. Lakaff pitched j
good ball for the Islanders and kept i
the six hits well scattered. Two of
them came in one inning when a run j
was made, but at that, the run was j
unearned as It was scored on a pass
Davidson and Vogel each had a
magnificent catch to his credit
latter being a one-hande'J sprc
N , ) J i
catch In the sixth when he caught
a fly ball close to the diamond.
George Bennett offers a suit roll
to the first Rock Island player roak-
i ing a three-base hit on the home
grounds during the present week.
"Wooley hit twice off Walsh, but could
not connect with Schmlrlers left arm
shoots. But his record was good any-
j Vogel speared a hot liner off Veach "s
jbat in the fourth when It looked as
though the ball would go to tne fence.
ilt was a terrific wallop
j Vogel and Slattery continue to swat
the ball at a lively clip, each having
! secured two blngles yesterday.
'had two hits to bis credit, too.
! Davidson went way to the back fence
! for a fly ball in the third. His peg
; in the eighth to third base was a
perfect one and would have nipped
' the runner had he continued to the
Manager Stis was benched in the
seventh because he objected too
strenuously to Daly's decision allowing
Davidson to live at third. Veach came
Islander player whose fielding and in from right and McDonald went Into
pe?gin were feature? of the gam-y; the garden to finish the game,
yesterday. I Slattery erred in the third and a
j run resulted. Snyder erred in the
: sixth and another run resulted. Foun-
van was out to Clynes. No runs. ; tam was Bafe on Snyder's error and
Rock Island: Kelly hit to right for ; was sacrtflce to second. He scored
a base. Snyder was out to center. I on a heave that bounced high in
Gonding fouled out to Myers. L-! the air off the plate.
nan ucat out nil aioiiK nrsi uase
! line. Wooley wa? out, Schmirler to
Smith. No runs.
i Seventh inning Peoria: Jacobs
, was out to Slattery. Schmirler
I struck out. Fountain was out to
' Vogel to Slattery. No runs. Rock
I Island: Davidson hit to lefi and ad-
vanced to second on Clyne's sacri
j ike. VosfM "hit to third and Myers
(h,. ! attempted to catch Davidson at
third. He failed. Stis was benched
FIVE IN A STRING
Kinsella's Team Continues Its
Tobogganing, Losing to
Waterloo 8 to 5.
FIRST IN NEW SERIES
Baseball Boiled Down
Davenport Victor in Slugging Match
With Quincy. Flnke Ontpitch
Deecatur, July 12. Kinsella's Com
modore's lost their fifth straight gan-e
when Waterloo defeated them in tne
opening game of the series, 8 to Z.
Lang, rf 1
Fremer, 2b 1
Collins, cf 1
Clemmons, If 3
Crane, lb 2
Wolfe, c 0
Totals 8 11 27
i Kommers, rf
tacular stab of a line drive. In i lor drsuins decision or i mpire uaiy.
addition. Davidson did some good Veach waa switched to second. Mo-:
heaving and kept the runners bug-! Dona,d inio r'6ht- Slattery scored
ging the bases. One of his catches j I)avy w,th hil to rihl and KeIIv '",
was off the back field fence and was!01" to r,Rhl ' Snyder walked, filling;
followed by a good throw, lie had lue ",,5,"h- "onuinK was ol. ra
two sacrifices and a hit. Wooley
had two hits and scored on both oc
casions. The plays and tabulated
sore of the game follow:
ftrmtK dv iwim.s.
First Inning Peoria: Fountain
out to Clynes. Smith out to right.
II i 1 r z out to Wooley. No runs. Hook
Island: Wooley hit for tiase to riht
and went to second on Davidson's
sacrifice, out, Jacobs to Smith, Clynes
fouled out to Jacobs. Vok-1 scored
Wooley on single to center and took
second on throw to plate to catch
Wooley. Vogel came in on Siat
tery's single to center. KHly was
out. third to tirst. Two runs.
Spcond inning Pooria: Myers hit
to center for two Hacks. Veach out
at first, unassisted Myers scored on
to nrst. one run.
Kighth inning Peoria: Smith
beat out hit to Snyder. Biltz lived
at first when Kelly threw into sec- ,
or.ii ton Into In int.-h mitVi M.-rc H'ilfK0
was out to ripht. Veach forced Biltz!
at second and went to second on
Gonding's bad hoave to third. Mc
Donald was retired i;t first on
grounder to Slattery. No ruins. Rock
fslt'hd: LakafT walked and Woolly
advanced him to second on sacrifice.
Davidson hit to third and Lakaff was
c;m!u;;! cfT second and Davidson off
fri-t on play. No runs.
Ninth inning Peoria: Sullivan
hit to left for base. Jacobs was out
to Slattery. Sullivan was out at
second on attempted steal. Schmir
ler striK k out. No runs.
Danville ,..29 27
Dubuque 27 31
Decatur 35 30
Peoria 35 33
Waterloo '. 32 35
Davenport 31 35
Quincy 30 36
Rock Island 28 40
H. P. A. E.
0 3 0 0
3 3 2 a!
0 10 0'
2 10 0
2 10 0 !
2 7 o 0
1 n 1 0;
12 6 0i
0 0 2 0
11 27 11 0
H. P. A. E.
0 1 0 1 j
3 1 O Oj
2 2 1 ' '
o 7 o ii !
3 7 2 i !
0 2 0 .i i
0 2 0 0
0 12 1
9 27 10 2!
Pitcher Grover Land has been pur
chased by the St. Paul American ass -ciation
team from Cleveland.
Outfielder J. W. Cook, bought from
the Eastern league, has been released
by the Kewanee Central Association
It is hard to believe, but the mighty
must fall. Pitcher Case, five year
ago a Pittsburg star, is now playing
To make room for the old-time
National leaguer. Pitcher Jesse Tanne
hill. Manager Dobbs of Montgome y,
Ala., has released Pitcher Ralph Sav
idge. Frank Smith, recently purchased by
Brooklyn for $2,000 from Nashville, has
been given the privilege of retiring
league club and fined him $300. has
left Mansileld for his home in Nevada.
Ohio, and hereafter will play s?mi
Dick Kinsella. owner of the Decat' r
team and Scout Ferry of the DeUcit
Tigers were in Taylorvllle the other
day trying to buy Catcher Schal;;.
Kinsella offered $500 for the immediate
delivery of the player but was turned
down. Ferry expressed satisfaction
with the work of the player and said
that he would make an offer for deliv
ery at the end of the season.
Pugilism in baseball seems to be un
dergoing a revival. A few days ago
Umpire Kletu of the National league
staff precipitated a row by taking a
poke at Manager Bresnahan of the St.
Louis Cardinals, and a day or two later
Outfielder Magee of Philadelphia swat
ted Umpire Finneran for calling him
SALARY LIMIT IN
LEAGUE IS AT END
Owners of Teams in Three-Eyp
Are Given Free Rein as
to Paying Players.
ATTENDANCE IS DISCUSSED
Towns Holding Franchise Warned
to Keep I'p Patronage Other
Knocking for Admittances.
Atlanta societv girl and announces out on strikes. Such tactics should
nave no piace in tne greai nauuum
pastime and the offenders should be
made to suffer severely.
Manager Stis of the Peoria clcb
has. released Pitcher Groh, a recrrit
from St. Louis. Groh had the si?,
build and appeatance of a world beat
er, but lacked the gray matter that
comes with experience on the firing
Fred Donovan, formerly manager of
the Bloomington Three-Eye team who
1 ! has been managing the Taylorville
Danville Press-Democrat: Hollis Ma
ther of Chicago, a member of the so
called Boston Bloomer baseball club,
which is supposed, to be composed of
women, through lii.s attorney. Ralph B.
Holmes, took out an attachment last
Thursday afternoon against the man
agement of the team for his salary.
The attachment was served shortly
i New Y01 k 45
: Pittsbuig 43
St. Louis 42
Bell. 2b 0
Johnson, c 1
Collins. If 1
McGuire. 3b 0
Matthews. '2b 0
5:',S ;Groh, as 0
.515 jSchroeder, p 0
.470 Totals 5
.455 j Waterloo o 0 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 S
412iDecatur 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 j
Stolen bases Clemmoic Collin.
Two-base hits Johnson, McGuire,
Pet. I Kommers. Clemmons. Crane. Horns
616 ' run Kommers Struck out Bv Stow-
.60 iJerg. 7; by Schroeder, 3. Bases 1 1
.59iballs Off Schroeder.2. Umpire Ha'i
.581 ' non.
.561 1IAX II.I.E Tl R.N S ON DIBLQIK.
.425 ! Dubuque. July 12. Danville won a
-36-i , slugging match from Dubuque in the
sold to the Champaign-Urbana teanl 'opened. According to Mather, there is
for $20. Joe Adams succeeds Dono- j not a girl on the Bloomer team, but
van as manager at Taylorville. boys are engaged to make-up as girls.
' He says that six girls are carried and
Eddie Hahn. who was manager ut , that they parade the streets before and
the Mansfield. Ohio, and Pennsylvania after each game to give the impression
league ball club until the national coui- that they are players, but as a matter
mission recently decided he was still of fact they never appear on. the dia
the property of the Chicago American mond in the capacity of players.
! ILLINOIS BOATING CHAMPION I
Peoria. 111.. July 12. Iowa has been
shorn of all boating championships.
Illinois has them as a result of the
Dubuque, Iowa, regatta, and the four
years' rivalry which has existed be
tween these two states is now at its
When systematized motor boat rac-
ionding's passed ball. Stis out to ROCK ISLAND A.B. R. 11. P. A. E.
Vogel. Sullivan doubled to left. Ja-: Wooley, cf 4 2 2 2 0 0
cobs struck out. Ote run. Rock1 Davidson, rf . . . 3 1 I 4 o 0
Island: Snyder out at first, tinaasis'- Clynes. cf Z 0 1 . 0 0
ed Gonding out, Walsh to Smith, j Vogel. 2b 3 1 2 1 2 0
I-akafY fouled out to Smith No ; Slattery. 1b ....4 0 2 9 O 1
r-.iUH , Kelly. 3I 1 0 1 1 0
Third Inning -Pe-nia: Walsh safe j Snyder, ss 3 o 0 1 3 1
first on Slattery's error. Koun-; Gonding. c 3 0 0 :: 0 l
tain beat out a bunt which no one j Lakaff, p 3 0 1 0 2 0
f'e'.ded. Smith advanced bo'h with .
sacrifice out to Slattery. Biltz scor- Total 30 4 1 1 27 S :?
o! Walsh with sacrifice fly to Dav- r .oi I A A.M'lt. II. r. A. E.
idson. Myers vas out to Clynes. . Fountain, ss .... I 1 1 2 J O
One rua. Rock Island: Wooley hit Smith. 1 l i o 114 ; 0
to center for a base and wen- to Hi!-, cf .". u o. 0
second on Davy's sacrifice out, third ; .Myers. '.".! 1 i 1 : o
to first. Clynes scored him with a ' Veach. if. 2b ... 4 o 1 o 11
single to left. Vogel struck out and; Si, s. L'l 2 n I 1 0
Clynes went to second on play. Flat-1 McDonald, rf . . . 1 o I 0 0
lery was out t Smith. One rim , Sullivan. If ... .3 0 2 n 0
Fourth inning Peoria: Vogel Jacolis, c 4 o ft ;: 2 0
Made iuagr:ficut catch of Veach ' . -lsh. p 1 0 r o
iine drive. Stis walked a.- rtl Su 1- ., "cir, irler, p . . . . 2 0 0 : ')
livan. Stis was out at third, sMort ' Magahagop . . .1 ft 0 0 0 0
fo Kelly. VaxaluiKen. batting for' -
Detroit 52 :
New Vork 40
St. Louis 20
.243 fimt of a aeries for the lead of lia
ileairue. Ball's hitting and speed on I ing alou Mississippi river began
ithe bases featured. Score:
R. H. P. A. E
P- i DANVILLE.
fis j Ball, cf 3
fi53!sner 2b 1
553 j Fisher, sa 1
Coombs, rf 1
StaJey, lb 1
Massing, c 2
Sullivan. If 1
Ingalls. 3b 0
Chapman, p 0
Columbus . .
W. L. Pet.
47 37 .560
44 39 .530
42 41 .506
42 42 .500
42 42 .500
41 43 .48$
41 44 .4S2
37 4S .43
St. Joseph 44
Sioux City 40
Des Moines IS
Totals 1t 21
DUBUQUE. R. II
Paddock, 3b 0 2
Manusch. If 1 1
R. Daringer. ss 1 0
H. Daringer, rf 1 2
Beatty. lb 0
Melchoir, cf 1
Plass. 2b 0
Kreitz. c 1
Fosberg, p 0
i four years ago. Iowa took a big lead
in all events. A Fort Madison, Iowa,
boat took down the free-for-all cham
pionship and the entire state rejoiced.
Three states had been contenders. The
second year the championship moved
up the river, but in Iowa territory, for
a Clinton boat had wrested it from its
Fort Madison moorings.
Then came the gruelling contest at
Peoria. 111., in 1910. when Iowa boats
were forced to leave their own waters
to defend their title, and they did It
successfully. This time it was Belle
vue. Iowa, which carried off the free-for-all
honors. Not only this, but the
same little Iowa town took the 20-foot
Walsh was out. Kelly to firt. No
runs. Rock Islard: Schmirler re
placed Walsh fer Peoria. Kelly leat
out an infield hi' to Schmirler Sny
der forced Kelly at second. Snyder
Mob' second. C.onding a!knl La
kaff struck out. Wooley vvas out
i- Smith. No runs
Fifth iiniinc Peoria- Fountain
.-:;fe at firpt on Spycier'n error and
went to second 011 Smith's sacrifice
out at first. Fountain scorer nn La
k.Tfr".' wild henve. Hilt? out at
lirs'. Snyder n flatterv. .ivrs wan
was out. Fountain to Sniitii Vogel
nl;'cl ard stole second. SIMtcry
w.- oi't. Stic fo Smith. No runs.
Sixth tnn'ng Poor' a : Vo.tr h
r to Wooley. Stis o
fc.Tff a:id Snyder to S'atterv
lirs'. Snyder to, Flattery. 'iv rs wa
ort to D.-ptf'in. One ii-n Hoc
inland: baviclMi struck ou. Clvne
'iv ta; r:i :: r, 2 4 I.'
Matted for Walsh in fourth.
Ro.-k H';ind .... 2 O 1 o 11 ft 1 11 4
Peorlr. 01101000 0 3
Two-base hits Myers. Sullivan,
Smith (2). BMtz. Sacrifice hits
Wooley. Davidson (2 1. Clynes. Stol
en buses Vogel. Snyder. Bases on
balls Off Lakaff. 2: off Schmirler. 4.
Wild pitches Lakaff. Struck out
F.y Lakaff. 3: by Walsh, 1: by
S.hiiiirler. 2. Passed ball Gonding.
Time "of came 1:40. Umpire
Otrumwa 4S 23
Bmlington 46 27
Galesburg 41 33
Keokuk 39 33
Muscatine 32 40
Monmouth 30 41
Kewanee 28 45
Hannibal 26 4S
Totals 5 11 27 16 1
Danville 1 0 1 2 2 0 3 0 110
Dubuque 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 5
Stolen bases Ball, Coombs. Two-
hficA iita-Tr rinrintror !amic,i
! Ball, Fisher. Three-base hits Sul'i
' ' J i van, Kreitz. Struck out By Ch3i-
j man, 3; by Fosberg, 3. Bases on
balls Off Chapman, 3; off Fosberg, S.
pct Umpires Connolly and Guthrie.
r-'. PRODS IS BATTING STREAK.
63,j ! Quincy, July 12. Finke was more
55j ! effective than Royer and Davenport
-j., I won a slugging match featured by
jJlong drives. Score:
.423 . QUINCY. R. H
.384 i Hartman. If 0 1
.351 P. Donahue. 2b 1 0
j Myers, lb I 0 0
NOTES OF THE GAME
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ii-ies it series here to
a hard r:n and gjid
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THREE EYE LEAGUE
Decatur. , Waterloo, S.
Heck Island. 4: Peoria. 3.
Quincy, 6: Davenport. 8.
Dubuque. 5; Danville, 10.
Chicago. 4-4; Boston. 0-6.
St. Louis. 3; New York. S.
Cleveland. 2; Washington. L
Detroit. 14: Philadelphia. S.
Brooklyn. 2: Chicago. 6.
Nev Vork. 4: Pittsburg. 13
Philadelphia, 12; Cincinnati. 6.
Boston-St. Iouls. postponed.
Icdianarclla. 2: Columbus. 6.
Minneapolis. S; Milwaukee, 6.
St. Paul. C; Kansas City. 5.
Toledo, 4; Ixu!sville. 3 (12 lnnln;-V
South Bend. 2: Fort Wayne. 0.
Wheeling. 2; kvansvllle, 1.
Newark, 3; Dayton, 7..
anes-.-i'le, Z; Terre Haute. 1.
Appieton, 7; Oshkosh, S.
(ireon Bay. 20-12; Fond du I-ac. 2 16
Kockford. 3; Aurora. 1.
Madison, 6; Racine. 3.
Canton. 2; Taylorvllle. 1.
, C'hampalgn-Urbana-Pekln. postponed.
Topeka. I : IJncoln. 3.
Omaha, 4: Sioux CHy. 0.
Denver. 5; Pueblo. 0.
St. Joseph-Des Molni
I W. Donahue, cf 1
j Kerwin. rf
championship. Davenport secured the
26-foot title, and the state had made a
For 12 months Iowa yachting men
have reveled in the possession of these
titles; but Illinois' turn came at Du
buque again in Iowa territory on
July 4 and 5. "Red Top" Hughey
dropped the championship to James A.
Pugh of Chicago; Bellevue. Iowa, lost
the little championship to Peoria, 111.;
Davenport dropped the 26-foot title to'
Peoria: St. Ixniis took the 32-foot tltlf, t
and Iowa has been trimmed for the
"Red Top'' Hughey, however, lost
because his motor failed. The samr
applies to the little Iowa champion
Each will have another chance at Pe
oria, 111., on July 25-26 to retrieve these
titles, and "Red Top" Hughey is tak
ing the chance with blood in his eye;
consequently the clash between Red
Top III. and Disturber II. in Peoria 011
these dates will be watched with nerv
ous interest by two states.
Dick, p ...
Finke, p . ,
Total 8 15 27 11 2
Stolen bases F. Donahue. Koepping,
Donahue. Two-base hits Kahl, Pren-
deregast, Godwin,' Coleman. Kerwin, j
Hartman, Chapman. Three-base hit -Godwin.
Home run Chapman. Struck
out By Prendergast, 1; by Royer, i;
by Finke, 1. Bases on balls Off Rcj
er. 2; off Dick, 1; off Finke, 1. Um
GOLF HOUSE IS BURNED
Quarters of Muscatine Country Club
Struck by Lightning.
Muscatine, Iowa, July 12. The e:cc
trical storm here Monday evening was
one of the worst in years. Lightn'n?
struck the Geneva Golf and Country
club house about 10 o'clock and burner!
it to the ground. Several trees wee
struck in the city and the sky was
flighted in two places ti the southward
0 by burning buildings.
di At the Geneva golf house which Is
J! situated off Mulberry avenue about a
mile from town, lightning struck the
I electric wires some distance from the
Total 6 10 27 14 1
Johland. rf . . .
: Koepping, 2b
j Bromwicb. 3b
(Chapman, ss . .
j Lund, cf .
'OLeary. lb ..
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1619 Second Avenue,
club house and running nearly half a
Imlle set the building ablaze. Tue
P. A. E. j structure burned to the ground wiih
)a loss of close to $6,000. The building
jcost $3,000. insurance of $2,000 be'ns
" I carried and the members lost their p:-
j sonal effects, golf clubs, tennis rac
'I quets and other paraphernalia. The
''iloss to the members will be close to
j $2,000. A brand new pianola valued
jjjat $1,000 and owned by H. Schmidt Jfc
Son company was also consumed, in
instrument was insured.
plied, "and Tuesday I'm going (in the
ranch and among the hills to get
away from the sickening notoriety. I
don't want any more talk about my
self and my former wives. I just won't
"I don't think Ma.xine would say that
about me. Maxine is too much of a
lady to use any such expressions as
are attributed to her. As for the other
onrj Edna It does not matter."
All of Goodwin's time at his seashore
home is divided between calisthenics
to reduce his weight and writing. In
the rear of his home is a completely
outfitted gymnasium, where he spends
an hour every afternoon three months
of the year.
Most of his afternoons are spent on
his book, which so far as composi
tion goes, has been completed. In fact,
he has written enough biography to
make a set of volumes, but he has se
lected what he thinks the cream of his
efforts, and these he is ready to send
to the publisher. The other articles
will be offered to magizines.
Mr. Goodwin declares that after re
tiring from the stage he will devote
the remainder of his life to writing.
During the last few days he has beer,
taking his exercise with a mysterious
and again beautiful young woman
who has been one of a house party
at his home. Her name has been
guarded, the actor fearing the Inevi
table report that she would be num
ber five, but, despite his care, the re
port over the beach is that this pretty
young blonde is to be the sticcssor of
Chicago. III., July 12. Throe-Eye
league magnates at their serai-annual
meeting at the Palmer house
yesterday decided to remove the
present $2,200 salary limit, giving
the owners free rein in securing the
best ball players available. In con
trast to the meetings of last winter
and this spring, harmony prevailed
throughout and in most case the
action taken waa by a unanimous
The session was held behind clos
ed doors and for three hours the
magnates sat in their shirtsleeves,
thoroughly canvassing the conditions
of this league. They discussed pres
ent conditions and what could be
done to advance the game during
the remainder of the season. It waa
pointed out that the present towns
must uphold their patronage as sev
eral others were seeking league fran
chises. SPKIKCKIKI.D TRAftFRR.
The transfer of the Springfield
team to Decatur was referred to as
showing how the teams could be
sent to towns that would patronize
the game. Springfield, although
possessing a championship team In
1910. did not uphold 1U end at the
beginning of this season, and it was
for that reason Dick Kinsella, the
owner, tranaferred the club. At the
rate shown at the start of the sea
son. Springfield would have drawn
only 35.000 people, when there
should have been at least 75.000.
Conditions following the patching
up of the league did not speak woi.
for a prosperous season, but In the
last 30 days the attendance figures
it was claimed, have been larger than
at any time in the history of the
Three-Eye. "We never were fn bet
tor shape than at the present time,"
commented President Tearney." and
from the present outlook the league
will have the bst season since it
FOR nF.TTKRMKNT OF O A MR.
In referring lo the salary limit
President Tearney said the step was
taken for the betterment of th
game. It waa not expected the own
ers would overreach the bounds, but
would use the money for a good pur
pose in getting better ball play"r
and improving the parks.
The protest of Quincy against
Davenport for a share of the gate
receipts on postponed games owing
to rain was sustained by the mag
nates and Davenport was directed
to give Quincy its share of such de
ferred games. During a double
header between these two teams nt
Davenport the second game was stop
ped and rain cheeks were given.
Quincy made a demand for Its ahare
of the gate money, but was refused.
tiiosk at Mr-;irrij.
Among those at the meeting were:
Richard F. Kinsella, president of the
Decatur club; Harry Hofer, owner
of the Quincy club: J. M. Boyle of
Danville; Frank Maynard and Frank
Boyle of Waterloo; Clarence Row
land of Dubuque, and A. Lelse of Pe
oria. After their meeting the mag
nates attended the White Sox-Boston
douhleheader aa the guests of Presi
All the news all the tlm
Giving Him Encouragement.
1 am going to ask your father for
"Ob, Uat will be loelyr
"Ton are glad?"
"Delighted: I will call and bring
yon flowers every day nntil you ir
able to be out again. I have never
B E A UTY
Miss Faye Hough
Suite 511. Best Building.
Old Phone West 1207.
GOODWIN IS PEEVED.
Los Angeles. Cab. July 12. Nat
Goodwin has found so mucb gratifica
tion in writing his book that he now ; the Inside of a bosplUf-Hoos-belleves,
despite his histronic success, I ton p9t-
that his forte is literature. "I want to j
correct an error the public is being led . A LoPn, Open.
into," he said. "My book is not to be ! rn Jrod- m.TJ tb to!
I the women who have been my wives
'it is an autobiography in which there i
! are but scant references made to these
your medicine to core after every-
thins else failed, and"
"Well, my dear sir." replied the fake :
medicine man. "probably yoo haven' ,
j tried everything else.". Philadelphia
somen. The book is compiled chiefly
from my other experiences, views and
opinions of prominent people, my theat
rical and earlier career and anecdotes J When the stomach fails to perform
wnicfi. do rot aeai wun my marital its functions, the bowels become !
ventures " j ranged, the liver and the kidneys con-
Goodwin was asked what he thought gested causing numerous disease,
of the comments of Maxine Elliot, who j The stomach and liver must be re
said "Isn't it rich? Poor old Nat." and
those of Edna Goodrich, who was quot
ed as saying "as a matter of matrimony
INat is a Joke."
stored to a healthy condition acd
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets can be depended upon to do It
Eaayto take and most effective. Sold
"I'm sick and tired of it all." be re-by all druggists.
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