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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1912.
FOR JOE filANDOT
Decision After 20 Rounds of
Milling Is Received With
out a Protest.
STARS IN LATEST
STRONG AT THE FINISH
Jim Flynn Winner Over Charley Mil
ler In Their Fight at San
I Same Ftner.
FROM JOE LITOS
Fort Wayne 76
Gets Decision in Ninth Round of .Springfield 71
c...v..) Woo Wheeling 64
Grand Rapids 69
Terre Hants ......... 68
BATTLES ON SMITH ISLAND! zane.niie 52
! South Bend 41
IOWA BOATS WIN
HONORS IN RAGES
fcrte is ragtime and what they do to
it causes those who are partial to that
sort of thing to sit up and ake notice.
They received an ovation. A sketch in
a variety house is now put in the
same classification with bicyclu
stunts and acrobatics, that is, it must
be a knockout, as they say in vodreal,
.563 ! Water Witch Of Muscatine and' to get over. Ordinarily, if one ha-; tij
Scamp of Davenport Are
aisle seat, and the next act is a
sketch, a motion to adjourn to the so
do fountain is always in order. But
you're going to get fooled with Wil
liam Damlnir Jtr Cf vhn onnoar in n
CHAP III. TAKES HANDICAP slang classic, "Bejow the Line."
i riemlng. first of all. is a most cap:.hle
Steamer Pearson Transports Pug Fans
From Mollne Two Prelims to
Los Angeles, Cal, Sept. 2 Joe Man
oi oi .-sew uneans created a sensa
tion In his debut in a California ring
yesterday by romping home a winner
vi the end of 20 rounds over Joe Riv
ers. The southern ooy came Into the
hearts of the Immense throng and was
luted on the shoulders of his admirers!
and carried from the ring. !
That Mandot's reputation, which pre
ceded him. win fully sustained, is plac
ir.K the verdict mildly, for he had a
decided advantage throughout the last
half of the battle, and gained Referee
Charley Eyton's decision without a
moment- hAuifAflnn nnrt trithrmt a
dissenting voice from the opposing cor- i tbe ,over8 of mu8ital comedy, and
tier, who In other reasons has starred in
For the first half of the battle the, "The Girl in the Train," and
Sallie Fisher, who is well known to
Clifford "Peanuts" Schiebcrl had
heavy sledding in gaining the upper Streator
hand and the decision over Joe Litus
ot Waukegan Sunday afternoon when
i he with the Waukegan lad furnished
the feature number of a boxing bill
staged on the Smith island on the
Iowa shore of the Mississippi river.
Clifford got the decision after the
ninth round, however, but there were
those in the crowd of spectators who
claimed that the best he should have
gotten was a draw. Frank Aramerman
of Moline was master of ceremon
ies. Two other events were offered
on the afternoon's card. Young John
nie Schumacher of Peoria was pitted
Mod-! r(,,inEi on nnVnnwn flreek and he won
W. L. Pet.
Lincoln 71 47 .602
Pekin 58 54 .518
Canton 58 55 .509
Kankakee 57 60 .487
52 65 .444
Champaign 51 65 .440
Cal Beardsiey's Mallarc. Fastest I.
B. A. Boat, Awarded Argus
Honors In the racing events of yes
terday under the direction of the Is
actor, and he handles the "roughstiifT"
vernacular In a manner without the
vulgar suggestion that mars many
sketches built 'on similar lines. Too,
the theme is somewhat different, and
it is just a pretty little story tc Id in
20 minutes, and so well interpret ei
that it holds you close to th.j "lid.
Busch and Shapiro, the laifr as a
2 R. I.' MEN COME
BACK TO SCHOOL
Erough and-Willett are Sole
Honor Players Who Return
. to Studies at High.
OTHERS WILL BE BACK SOON
Coach Corneal is Confident that Ma
terial is Ample to Afford Anoth
er Winning Team.
But two "R. L" men showed up at
Rock Island high school this morning
to enroll t th first session of the
land City Boating association went to J" .. r"1'": . r a" ai . . ' ' 7 ,
Iowa boats in all but the handicap and , J'ouisner. nave a ongnt unocKaoout lor me .an term, uui u.
lemon races. Smalley brothers of Mus-ian1 turn. Bush has a fine that fact joy reigns supreme in the
ntin with thir siv-rviindr firt-hnr baritone voice, and Sh ipiro has new gridiron camp, for there is no dearth
' x-tjj:ni. - i t .i . j i . . . i . .. i , 1 a ..... ; .. .
Dubuque, 4 5; Davenport, 2 2.
Bloomington, 6; Danville. 4.
Springfield, 1 8; Decatur, 03.
Quincy at Peoria, rain.
Pittsburg h-Chicago, postponed ' the Siren, owned by H. Godley of Dav
power craft carried'oft the first places .Yiddish giggle that draws laughs all of material and In all probability of
in the five and ten-mile events, while tnrougn theIr act- Shapiro iiisci d )f3jthe other H. I. men will hit the trail
the Vim-Scamp, owned by Petersou some really funny tumbling. The ks- to the football field ere many more
trot hers of Davenport, finished first in : lng number is Mile. Marell's birds, 'days have elapsed. Brough and Wil
the five-mile race for 20-foot boats and i Programed as "Vaudeville's Prettiest i lett dropped in to say "Howdy" to
Bird Novelty. It is all of that. Mile, their friends this morning and the
i enport finished first in the one-cylinder! M-rella puts her cuekatoos through 'a; glad paw was stretched out to them.
fPittshurcrh failed to arrive
Boston. 21; New York, 56 (first1 race over the two and one-half mile;se'les 01 performances some or wnich
game 12 innings; second game, 7 inn- i course. The handicap race was won are remarkable. With soni ? of the
ingS). l.j V. Kuenzel's pretty Chap III., while , hlrd8 she carries on conversations.
Philadelphia, 22; Brooklyn 4 1 ' Cal Beardsiey's Mallard Jr. succeeded ; another sings to the audience, while
result was decidedly questionable and e8t S-azanne," is a star of one of the ; tP a foui The Grecian athlete is some
a', the end of the tenth round a pos-; latest miiHical comedies. "The Woman i '-punkins" as a wrestler and In the
fiblo advantage was shown in favor Hater's riu!" which will be seen in ' h.-at of battle he forgot that he waa
of Rivers, whoee speed and aggres-!ew ork this ben son.
tiveiiefts at close quarters had kept : -
Mahdot at bay. From the outsot ifRIvB ... . . . . . I Johnnie with a fatal crotch hold and j
was plainly apparent that Rivers had ; " ' 6 s ' sent him toppling. The fight was over
rm-t ins match and that, barring a for- --"un, uui u Un-
tuthtf punch for either sldw, the full able to connect with force. Mandot
1 participating in a slugging match and
. ! not a grappling fray. So he grabbed j
F.VF.K1 WALLOPS JOIISSOX.
Vmint, Vvara nf Hock Island literal
ly rounds would be required to deter-j worked his head nnd body in an elus-! y walloped the tar out of "Red" John
a WII1,,er' ive style that caused many of Rivers' ! son of Moline, the fight going six
KHS OIK ts KM.H1INU. , ... ....... I ,) Tk .n,t.tnra f tho nnei-
lUUIlUn. 1 tic DJlWi u s w v - I n -
i (first game 11 innings; second game, corralling the lemon race prize.
13 innings). 1 laken an in an, tne program or tne
Cincinnati, 5 5; St. Louis, 2 4. local association was one of the class-
AMERICAN LEAGUE " ! iest il has ever offered and tne lar&e
Chicago, 4; Detroit, 12 " (second : "umber of spectators assembled on the
game rain) irier bank commanding a view of the
Cleveland', 4-2; St. Louis, 5-1. I eeur8e were wett pleased wlth the pr
New York, 1 0; Boston, 21
Washington, 27; Philadelphia,!
3 9 (second game 10 innings;
others do somersaults.
.. .. . . . . . A .
I I'F.llC Dailies were iriiHji i nuiu
i the tri-cities to the scene of battle on
host blows to ao for naught.
I. AR(.P (HOWl) SKKS FKillT.
ao wuc ui lilt: 1J1UM lilt f'l 1-P11I1K : . l .
14 tin- steamer Pearson. The boat left
and best contests that ever took place !oiine at 2:15 and lunch, etc., were
here and a tremendous gathering was ' served on the boat,
in attendance, the gate receipts easily j
Pillon. brother of Jack, in the tenth
Tim McGrath exploited a champion- round.
Nfcl.SO AI KKTCHKI. IX UHAW.
St. Joseph, Mo.. Sept. 3. Displaying
flashes of the old time form that made
him famous. Battling Nelson fought
With the starting of the 11th Rivers
opened up with a succettKiou of right
and lett hand punches with rapid reg
ularity and had the boutheroer in a
lather had way from a rigui hand to '
the chili. It looked fck if the tide had
turned, and airul the tremendous
fcbouls from ttJ, Mexican's followers,
flivrs foriced ahead, irvini? In lainl tha
f.Mkhing blow, but tne gong found BD,P PssiPinty in fc-cjoie t ampi of San
them lu a clinch. Mandot went to his Franticco. who easily won from "Uat
cunier rather leg weary, but. looking ,IinK" hlco aft("r Un rounds,
little the worse for the vicious mixing., Fl. stops mil 1.1:11.
Mar.dot'u recuperative powers were San francisco, Cal., Sept. 3. Put-'steve Ketchel to a draw here yester
rtrongly in evidence when, at the call ' tingacyclonic finish to a cautious, well . day afternoon In 15 rounds. The ex
for the 12th-round, he came out and judged early pace, Jici Klynn of Pu-' champion worked both hands freely.
tore Into hi8 opponent with terrific eblo was declared the winner in his sjng Ketchel's body for a target and 1
1 !rlit hand punches, that btaggered the battle w ith Charley Miller at Colma ' jp return took many blows In the face, j
(al.fdniiaii, and then with light and yesterday, when the big San Francis- Ketchel was floored In the 11th round
left hooks be forced Itivt-rs to cover , can refused to leave his coi ner and ' jUIt earrc up gamely. His work evi-j
md brought the Mexican from a clinch toe the scratch for the 16th round. idc-ntly stamped him as a comer. I
wilh hid right eye partly cloned. Miller gamely btayed through the' Ketchel had the best of two rounds!
I'p to U.iH htage of hobtilities Man- 10th round, but claiming that two of rnd Nelson a shade in six: the others!
uoi had taken a careful and cautious bis ribs had been fractured and that VPre even. Trie fight was witnessed1
ill U tf liutf lii finil uu..tnl f,t u aitintf 111 U'.'IU fmroll fililn ff, uIL- Y itrn.iruil , 1 ... 1 . t . U I.tlmli, ttirkro'
t't place bib trusty right to the mark. '. the gon for the 16th. The motor-. t),an a hundred women.
Rivers carried a perfect guard anl man's condition was plainly such that' , iiritv bkts NRARin,
v.-as our watchful and kept Mandot be could not continue. It was whis- n h , Cent 3 Ed Nearine of
pered at the ringside that the police Q rhristv of Milwaukee
the curtains 011: ))itt(.d at,alnBt each other here
1 yesterday in a scheduled JO-rouud bout.
Champaign, 4 1; Lincoln, 2 2.
Canton, 5 0; Kankakee, 2 5.
Atlanta, 3 4; Memphis, 1 1
Nashville, 5 1; Chattanooga, 4 2.
AT MOLINE FAMILY.
The Moline Family has an excep
tionally fin-3 bill this week. It is of a
highly meritorious type all the way
through. The act of Martynue, the
nre dancer, Is beautiful. Miss Mary
RKVIEW OF RACES.
In the five-mile race for 20-foot
boats, an accident knocked out the uorr, caricaturist, is original and clev
rhances of the Lithia, H. V. Nelson, I er. The playlet, "The Mayor and the
Moline, trom the first place score, j Manicure" is a "scream." The work
While leading on the first lap, the boat ; of Miss Mattie Choate and James F.
struck an obstacle in the course and ' Fulton Is splendid. In fact there Is none
j it was necessary for the crew to get
! into the water in order to repair the
j damage. Meanwhile .he Scamp pass-
Birmingham, 3 10; New Orleans, ed into first place an'l then the Saint
which will do justice to the act of
Brown and Foster. "Funny" does not
express it. To UBe some stock phrase
about chasfne awav the "finnnn"
i LImo trailed into second.. The Siren J would be crude. You simply must see
Mobile, 4 4; Montgomery, 03. bad a snap in winning trie single cyi-tne act to appreciate what a "big
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE I i;:der event, finishing the course more . roar" is. "Little Hip" is there. He
Baltimore, 512; Jersey City 2 si,han seven miml,os ahead of the next meets the people at the door and in
(second game five Inning). , "' u"l- 1 " luw --"" , nuesi way possiDie presents each
un. a program. Kverv r mm
were about to draw
; the crene.
' fi.wn oni-Kiiri
S Mil. I. Kit.
Vearinir was forced to throw up the
With the exception of borne of the pponep in the fifth after being badly
! earlier rounds, Flynn outfougth his p,lnighed duTlng the last two rounds,
j toriner sparring partner and adminis- r.orKe Stevens pt Milwaukee and
Young Nelson of Chicago were sched
uled to go 10 rounds, but Nelson re
peatedly fouled and the decision was
given to Stevens in the fourth.
puzzled at what tactics to adopt in ac-
onspiifliing his purpose. At close
(iiiarters liners appeared tbe stronger
cf the two and always broke to ad
iruituKe, finding little dirl'.culty in
landing his short uppercuts while in
mamhit si iio.i-.it at KMi, , terea a severe neatmg to tne chain
From the 13th round on Mandot pionship aspirant. He closed Miller's'
ryme to tbe fore and his great success left eye and drew blood from the face'
must be attributed to bis buperior ring more than once. During the last rive
Keiieralshlp. Rivers, realizing the : rcunds he had the big fellow wabbly (
teiiKh going he was subjected to, portion of the time, and on four oc
wbieh worked wondrous surprise with caslons nearly scored a bull's eye by
the .!exican, was Infuriated to a state dropping Miller.
of wildncbw, and through this Mandot; Miller was willing at all times and
v as as cool as uu iceberg, meeting forced the fighting through many of
Rivers with right band uppercuts as ! the rounds. He stood and exchanged
lhe Mexican would tear In and then 'punch for punch with Flynn, and
toice back quickly with left and right. ! started several rallies that brought the
! w;:s hard and vicious milling from ' crowd veiling to its ftet. Flynn used
thru to the clot an effective right upper cut and jolt-
Mandot showel wonderful clever- j cd Miller with head punches. He land
r.iiss and kept working a continuous ; ed freiuently on the body, but took
left jab to Rivers' face. It was in the few chances In registering his blows.
i:iivups In each a vl every one of the During the tenth round, after Miller
founds that Rivers found himself in , bad beaten Flnn around the ritiK in
file lead, but with the closing rounds ' one of the sensational rallies, he stood
Mai. il" was always hW equal and at .and looked at the fireman and then
loi.g r:nge the New Orleans boy was ; said, smilingly: "Gee. Flynn, I've pot
r.) to tbe good. to give it to you. You're a tough guy."
In the 17th round Mandot was sent: Flynn weighed about 12 and Mil
to li s knee with a light clip on the ler was down to IMS ringside. Spider
Newark, 4; Providence, 3.
Montreal, 32; Buflalo, 01.
Toronto, 5; Rochester, 1.
MICHIGAN STATE LEAGUE
Traverse City, 41 ;
Ludington, 6; Manistee, 5.
Cadillac, 41; Muskegon, 1 o
Henderson, 4 4; Evansvlile, 3-
Cairo, 81; Hopkinsville, 35.
Faducah, 32; Clarksville, 04.
Monmouth, 3 1; Muscatine, 3 0.
Ottumwa, 4 1; Burlington, 3 2.
Kewanee. 11 12; Keokuk, 8 5.
Hannibal, 10; Galesburg, 8.
class and in the free-for-all were as
closely contested and as prettily run
as races could be. The Water Witch
and the Scamp were nip and tuck all
the wav around the course while all
Boyne City, ' rther hnnta followed -close bv.
Tiin ra fa for nnn evllndnr hnnts. 1 and
. " - .v. - .- - - - ' t r. ' uu.
They were the sole wearers of the
honor emblem of the school. Frank
Hughes, the star center of the past
two years and captain-elect for this
season, is not coming back, according
lo dope which comes from members of
Frank's family, and so the high squad
loses a great player. It is doubtful if
Roy Salzmann will amble back to
school, but when he sees those boys
running out in, their moleskins with a
pigskin under their arm, he'll get lone
some enough to come back.
Arno Treniann has not yet returned
from his northern canoe trip, but ho
will probably be hack on the job. Sex
ton, too. Is coming back. It Is ex
tremely doubtful If any more men who
have gained their laurels on the high
team will come back.
MEF.T TfllS AFTEHXOOX.
Coach G. B. Corneal met with the
squad this afternoon at 3:30. Ho said
previous to the meeting that there
seems to be an abundance of likely ma
terial in the school, and that if there
is. Rock Island high will have another
good team. Several Milan boys and
its elephant act. As a rm.r,i ri ! f-"ws from other towns. Inexpert
same old tricks are used to entertain Pnred ,houh th' may be in the game.
Not so with "Little Hip." He has some ! wlU uro!,al,1.v furnish some mighty
new stunts up his sleeve" that are
great. Napoleon was there all "tnt.
V - . .
.apoieon is a chimpanzee,
! scheduled for the oiornlng, was post-j The theory of evolution never did
jponed till afternoon. Prizes of mer-;6Pem aB feassbie a8 when , k
an when vnn rrr n.
members of the , that little citizen fmm , r-..
". uiuuacji la UU.
30 FEET SHORTER
Spalding Official Rule Book for
1912 Shows Changes in
chandise offered by
association and by merchants of the j Their act is fine of course
!c:ty will he instriuute. at tne meeting
'ri tbe club Thursday evening. Cal
Beardsiey's Mallard proved to be the
I fastest of the local boats in the big
' pest race of the day and The Argus
I trophy, a silver loving cup, goes Into
his possession till wrested away by a
TAIU'I.ATKI IlKM LTS,
The race results follow:
INK ( VI.INDDIt 2Mi MIl.KS.
Siren, H. Godley 11:15
Sox-Nix. E. Liedtke 18:40
! F.llen J., A. Johnson ..:
j Varjorie A." I., M. S. Ecker
Summer Ctrl. J. McNeil 23:0o
LASS A, 20-FOOT MILKS.
Vim-Scamp, Peterson Bros .....13:20
Saint Elmo, J. antlant ..
"IME POLISH WEDDING."
"The Polish Wedding," an ad.-pta-,tion
from the German of Polniache
WirtBchaft, a farce with music, now
all the rage of Europe, will come to
the George M. Cohan's Grand Opera
house, Chicago, starting the week of
Sep. 8, for its first American perform
ances. The play has a record abroad
of more than 2,500 performances and
! has passed the 700th performance in
.19:00' Berlin at the Thalia theatre, where
.20:55 j-R as originally produced. When
Lithia, 11. V. Nelson
Siren, ii. Godley
The foot ball rules for the season
. i t t.XSS II.
oi iu inciuae two very important i vltfr
cnanges. One of these, relating to the
-FOOT I MIl.KS
Davenport . .
Witch, Smalley Bros.
Mm-Scamp, Peterson Bros. ..
'field itself. Is extremely radical in that! I ithia, II. V. Nelson
Pct jfor the 'first time since the introduc-: Mallard. C. Ileardsley
.675'fi,. ,h , ., .Saint Elmo. J. Vantlant
Dr. Louis Ostrom of Rock Island and
G. A. Lardner of Davenport were the
best little "kickers" in the all-day
kickers' match at Rock Island Arsenal
Golf club yesterday, and as a result
their pet scores were even and they
were obliged to divide the balls which
were contributed by the entrants as
t .. , .. entrv rees. .acli. nlav ni under a nnw
io.r,l",,,,Ju' '"t PBin. v onail anil linrrlu - ' ---n -
: m.m .v. . . 1 1 halidloan as (lirnre.! nut hv tlm i,lvr
14 00 4 1 ",lnt' American produc-' , , . - - .
I iion. secured
it is shown in Chicago it will be seen
simultaneously in four of the largest
cities of the world. It is said to be
'. .17:40 ;one of ,ne brightest farces ever wrlt-
lO:!1'11 and the music is decidedly orig
It Is by Jean Gilbert, a well
j known German composer whose work
12:40 i 18 as weI1 known ln America as it is
good material before the season is in
full sway. Suits will be doled out to
the candidates for the eleven and they
will be ready for practice tomorrow af
ternoon. Their first game of the sea
son comes Sept. S, when the alumni
w ill be the opponents.
HONORS FOR ALL
iil GOLF EVENTS
Victory for Each of Tri-Cities
and for Arsenal in Labor
Zip. A. Salzmann
mere is an alteration in the dimen-; ( i,ap m v. Kuenzel . .
sions of the playing surface, or grid-1 Marjorie A. II.. G. Mosenfelder
iron, as it has been called. Since the Siren, H. Godley
introduction in 1876. th flel-1 FHI.F.-FOlt-AI.L 10 MILKS.
been 330 feet in length, 160 feet in
hin jut before the bell which was
the only knockdown in the fight. This
lonnd was replete with heavy mixing
Mid hoth boys were bleeding from the
tnoti'h. In the l&th and 2''tb rounds
Mandot continued his successful at-
, Chicago ....
I Pittsburgh .
Pittsburgh. Pa , Sejit. 3.- Pittsburgh Sr j ouig
yesterday was initiated to open air
fighting, the first event of its kind
JF.AM-rTTF. SIMDK.II BY C I.AItK
New York 84
that has been staged here. Jeff Clark
Boston . .
Water Witch, Smalley Bros
Vim-VJra nnv Pelersoll BrOS.
width, but for the season of 1912 the Uthia u v. Nelson
entire field is to be 360 feet in length, ; Mallard, C. Beardsley
but the playing surface; that is, the! Chap 111., V. Kuenzel
field, which is'usually known as the Saint Elmo, J. Vantlant ...
'64g , field of play, will be only 300 feet in 7ip, A. Salzmaun
' i length. At each end is a 30-foot zone f.iren, II. Godley
9fl tehind the goal posts and behind the!
. . , goai line vwiere ine iorwara pass is (
i I...I Th .nn. 1 1
i w3 ".uci in wot iiiiporiaui ; chap III.
change is allowing 4 downs in which
301 j lo gain tn nec,BBary 10 yards instead . Mallard
t k of meeting Rivers with lefts to ; of Joplin. Mo., "the fighting ghost
the face and right hand uppercuts
which invariably landed effectively
Easy to Get Rid
of Corns This Wav
ai d J-m Jeanette of Hoboken, N. J ,
i aspirant for the championship, met in I
'Gets It," tne
tha r r4 n r i Ti ti 1 liiit nn.l Tiv tiriTi'iUr vf.
diet Kave the m'!l to Clark. In sev-, Washington
eral rounds be imiuht rins around I Philadelphia
Jeanette Clark weighed 163 andjfhicago ...
Jeanette lf's1- pounds. Detroit . . L,
j Mrc.ooHTV fahf. kmith. .Cleveland ..
Nov York, cpt 3. Dave Smith, the 1 York
cl.;:rr.fir.u miu'dle and lightweiiht of.St- 'uis
I Australia, lanen one minute ana in ,
! seconds in the first round ln the bout i
W. L. Pct.
89 37 .706 ,
77 51 .602
75 50 .600 ,
62 62 .500 j
58 70 .453
55 72 .433 !
45 80 .360 '
44 S3 .346
34: 25 i
HAXIIK Al- .1 MILKS. j
14:45! ' ,rl-,"t,u l"B r.ngusn speaking
16 55 rigntfl af,er ""ccessfully outbidding a
17: 53 I Boore of wfll known theatrical niana
17:59 RPrs- Sam H- Harris saw the perform
20:30 !ance ln Rer,iP and was so taken with
Unfinished ,"B or'?inaiiiy or the piece that he
set out at once to get the American
rights. The production will be one of
tbe finest ever made by Cohan & Har
ris. This firm, known for its original
promotions, has outdone all former
work and when the curtain rises for
the first performance next Sunday,
Sep. 8. the public will witness one of
the most novel musical plays ever
seen. It Is destined to become as
finished with a 77 net score. There
were 14 contestants, and so each was
the recipient of seven balls.
Colonel G. W. Burr proved to be the
best bunker battler and he won the
honors in the event. In the driving
contests, R. S. Hosford of Moline prov
ed superior. His average for three
drives was 250 yards. His longest
shot went 200 yards. The 2' men.who
were entered looked on in surprise at
the accuracy of the strokes.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy Is today the best
kjiown medi'tne In use for the relief
great a success in America as it Ii : an" cure of bowel complaints. It cures
abroad. Valll Valll, the well known 1 griping, diarrhoea, dysenterv. and
or a, as rormeriy. me rest of the al w ater Witch
terations are of less importance. Th'j Limit
number of privileged coaches who i Andrews
may walk up and down the side lines, i stren
reduced last year to 3, has now been ; i.f.mo hac k.
reduced to 1. The Intermissions be-1 Firt Mallard,. Jr.,; second. Siren;
tween the first and second, and third j thjrdi Marjorie A. I.
aiiu lourtu periods nave also been !
again shortened, the time elapsing be-;
ing now only one minute. The for
ward pass, which was restricted to
!' 0 varrls. msLV nnw m thrna-n ...... .1 . ..
I - J -- " " '1 aiij ut-
, tance. The on side kick has heen rut
I - J h
u Gif! .KT-1T (.! 'I'.mr
"XIKTS-IT" In li! m-w-plan torn onr
ii:riy urpri.' yu inf very 1
.lth PHH Xlrrii-,rf V f Ochltrvrl in I
.vaiison quareigaruen last nipnt. 1 ne Toledo
battle ended so quickly that the big Minneapolis
crowd wa thunderstruck. U'olunibus ..
motk ATTF.I. l.oF. o foi l. j Kansas City
Trinidad. Col . Sept. 3 Benny Cha- Milwaukee .
vcr of Trinidad was awarded the de- St. Paul
cislon over Monte Attel of San Fran- Louisville ..
Cisco on a foul in the 12th round of Indianapolis
a grueling finht yeMerday. Tbe de-i
livery of the blow caused wild excite- WES
ment. Spectators crowded into the!
rirg and the platform collapsed. No ! Denver
one was Injured. Omaha
k. o. brow stops 9kki.lt. St- Joseph .
Terre Haute. Ind . Sept 3. After ' Pes Moines .
Referee Ed Smith had awarded the de-. Lincoln
cifion to "Kid" Skeliy of this city on 'Sioux City .
a foul in tne first minute with George icnua ....
Knockout" Brown of Chicago, he or- Topeka ....
t:rt t:ni yvi uo il. It is o iimple,
..inl. . qjl. k ai. i furf in it action. ! dered an examination of
r luiiiion. . rrnt tturn from tt- truo I ih'stclan reported that no foul blow
f.:i. i:,.- -.-iii ..m., off anj th-r you j j,a(1 bn 8truck and the referee imme
r .: wit" I.-, t lint ff-l p-i:ively tC'r- .... .. . . , ,
I ..i.-: i-ri.-fii- . n. in..r- a they -1 j dlately gave the t iiuagoan the fRht
1.. v.fii ..ir .rf...t Jn- on a knockout. SkellVs seconds
11 m.i rrrairkubli' f"ur Is that I , , .... .w . .
-UKTS-IT" t-. ni l.rm or turn raw claimed that their fighter was hit in
t. h-lihy rh m ..D.fr prprtion the groin. Over 3,X"t fans were pres-
j.!.(.'r.. l. du"-i. or lvr. lent at Central league ball park, where i Hannibal 68
liKTti-ir- i .-ld at iru- atorrffa at j the fight was held. In the seml-wir.d-j Galesburg 60
Jl'v 1 liwr';. i' Corch fiV EdJi -rt knocked out Tommy, Keokuk 4S
lout; that Is, the men of the kickfr
Pct- : side who are off-side n r,nt ni '
1 ' " I f II. on- l
. . - - ,
rfrl ASSESS ! 3
I English actress, last seen in New
York in "The Dollar Princess," will
creats the prima donna role. Others
i in the cast are Winona Winter, Mme.
Miithilde Cottrelly, William Burress,
Armand Kalisz. Lincoln Plumer, Car
rie Graham, Sidney Bracey, John
tteinhard, Iouis Casavant, Frank An
drews, Josie M. Sullivan. Jack Hor
wl'z. Genevieve and George Tobin
and a score of others.
should be taken at the first unnatural
looseness of the bowels. It is equally
valuable for children and adults. It
always cures. Sold by all druggists.
MINOR LEAGUES CLOSE 1
Central League, Central Association
and Illinois- Missouri Finish.
The knell of baseball sounded in
three minor leagues yesterday, the
AT THE EMPIRE.
.654 side by the ball touching the ground. It is rarely that one finds in a pop
.bo.j ine neia judge has ben dispensed i ular-Priced vaudeville house a strong- rentraj ioagu Central association and
.612 with and the game left in the hands of cr bill than that which Manager Dolly : uHnoie-MisEouri league winding up
.497 I three Instead of four officials. A rule u offering at the Empire the first half j ,.,- Kchedule. Of the three. Fort
.476 , has been passed that if a kicked ball of th; week, beginning yesterday. ; Vayno in the Central league had the
.466 strikes the ground before going over when two large audiences braved the P.r(legt fignt for tjje laurels, the 12
sno i tne goal it may not score a goal. The beat to enjoy the entertainment. r.ig furnishing the most exciting
When people will sit through a vaude-! race j- raf,a n circuits. The cham
ville bill when the mercury bulb is ; .,jonB finjshed second last year to Day
THE BIG THEATRE'S
AND BEST OHUW
j YOU Cm AFf ORD TO MISS IT
.345 1 limit of the kick out Instead of be
i ing the 25-yard line as formerly Is
now tne 0-yard line. The 20-yard flirting between ninety and one bun- t(n. Springfield took second honors
ret. j neutral zone. The bane of officials and j dred, and further contribute to their tnj8 year
uiajcriB, uu ucr ii ttuuiisnea. t
.569 may rjt interfere with each ot
.540 , a forw ard pass, however, but may in
.o04 ! case of a kick. Certain other nrrtvl.
.4S9 sions have been necessitated by these
.477 ! changes, noubly; the kick-off is now
.471 j made, instead of from the middle of
.351 1 the field, on the kicker's 40-yard line-
this is, 60 yards from the goal toward
which they are about to kick.
The rules have been rendered more
clear and a great deal 'of time and
Players ; physical discomfort by enthusiastical-,
thy on ! ly encoring every turn and demanding !
more, you U agree mat it musi oe a
show beyond the ordinary, and that
is exactly what you 'will find at the
Empire for the next few days. Ruth
and Albert, brother and sister, open
Ottumw-a's victory In the Central as-
Foclatlon was not entirely unexpected.
must be a , that team bavins Jumped in the lead
several days ago. Kewanee was sec-
ond. two and one-half games be h hid
Lincoln made a runaway of the race
PHONE EAST 37
and are seen in an artistic , iu the Illinois-Missouri league, winning
singing, dancing and contortion act,
which Is prettily staged and dressed.
They are youngsters and appear to
delight In their work
ever Pekln by ten games.
Don't waste your money buying plas-
Fox and Fox. ' ters when you can get a bottle of
Dick Merryman, a ; Chamberltln's I-niment for twenty five
care was spent by the sub-committee ! one of whom is
on their revision and rewording. The i Moline boy who broke into vaudeville i cents. A piece cf flannel dampened
.563; notes which formerly followed the a few years ago, talk, sing and play with thU liniment is su;.erior to any
.5C5j rules have been incorporated Into the : the piano. Merriman holds tbe cen-1 plaster for lame back, pains In the
.472 ; rules themselves and the whole code ter of the stage, while his associate eile and cheet, and much cheaper.
.387 i has been simplified as far as possible, i performs on the Instrument, Their i Sold by all druggists.
Best Vaudeville Show in Tri-Cities.
Don't Miss Seeing It.
Sullivan e Considine Circuit.
7 BIG ACTS 7
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY
MATINEE, 2:45, 10 cents.
EVENING 8:15,; 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Coming Thursday Another Big Show.