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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1012.
REAL FOOTBALL AT !
Tirst Sunday Game in Several
Yearg in Which Good
BADGERS HAVE CHAMPIONSHIP HOPES:
CAPTAIN HOEFFEL ONE OF THE STARS
BIG CROWD IS EXPECTED
Evidence of Former Year It That
Rock Island Rooters Like a
Football fans of Rock Is.and will
hav their first chance in several !
years of attending a football j;anie on
Sunday wherein th opposing teams ;
ar of the first calibre. The Rock Is- J
land Independents, recently organized ;
but already a contender for tn-city!
and state honors, will have for their ;
opponents the husky team from Col- j
umbua Junction. Iowa. The gam:
promises to be a rood one and a big
crowd is expected to attend. Since i
1&08 Rock Island has not had an inde-:
pendent team that has shown any abil- j
lty. Prior to that year there was us- i
uai:y a team in the field and the j.at
ror.afie showed conclusively that if a
winning team was developed. ,h n,(lt. vc'ory over
ers would attend and tnuU .he game i -
at it.ast Bclf suiiporting.
OOOfJ THA.M THIS JEAK.
This year's team of lndepnDdeut
If a good one. It includes a combina
tion of former high school and inde
pendent players who have been before
the gridiron public before and whose
abilities are known. I nder competent
coaching by Hick Liitt and other for
mer high school stars, the team haa al
ready exhibited ciase. Its first game
was with the Mo.ine mini, the Wrong
est tem in tne HU,IP j,, j,,, aU(i VjiJ
and the Rock Islanders were victor
ious by a score of 0 to t after a hard
ought battle. Th
s W ' jT OsV
CITY SHOULD HAVE
, WRIGHT IS REELECTED
AS HSAD 0? FEDERATION
; Such Is Ultimatum of Men's Fed
I eraticn of Sock Island Civic !
; Conditions Need Betterment.
I -:' i
Captain Joseph Hoeffel.
has filled Badger football fans with
western championship hopes. North
western was trounced, 50 to 0. It is
I said, however, that the game empha
j sized the purple eleven's weakness
: rather than Wisconsin strength,
j One of the most reliable men on the
I Wisconsin team is Captain Joseph
i Hoeffel. He is now a senior and has
' played at left- end 6ince his freshman
lyear. Hoeffel is a deadly tackier and
I fast in getting down the field. Last
1 A largely attended and enthusiastic
j meeting of the Men's Federation of
; Rock Island was held last evening at
; the Memorial Christian caurch for the
' purpose of stimulating interest for
! better civic conditions. The church
I was packed. The opinion of those
j present was that the meeting was
I one of the best ever held in Rock 1s
i President W. A. Schaeffer opened
the meeting with an interesting talk
in which he stated that the federation
did not wish to conflict with the Rock
Island dub or the Fifty Thousand club
in any respect, but that it did wish to
cooperate with said clubs and assist
them in any ventures for the better
ment of civic conditions.
The principal discussion of the even
ing was on the "Establishment of a
Municipal Court in Rock Island,"
which was led by Judge R. W. Olm
sted. Those participating in the dis-
Are You a
Do you suffer from Constipa
tion, Biliousness, Malaria or
Fever and Ague?
Edwin R. Wright.
Danville, 111.. Oct. 19. Edwin
cussion and given their views on the I aid, Alton.
Wright of Chicago was reelected presl- j
dent of the Illinois Federation of La-'
bor at the convention which ended yes-
terday, receiving 179 votes to 122 for :
John H. Walker, his opponent. Othel J
First Vice President Peter Fitzger-
The rniversity of Wisconsin's great W as rlaced on ever- all-Amer-
Northwestern last week , lean team that was chosen.
and the tri-city
i:ri:T i niitv.
The Independents expect a hard
game tomorrow afternoon at Islar.d Clifford Schieberl of Rock Island,
City park but believe nevertheless holder of tri-city championship hon
that they will "bring home the bacon." ors. is matched with Christy Sanders
For a week past Coach Liitt has had ' in a Bemi-wiudup to the Ad Wolgast
21 men trying fr t!le team and some Freddie Daniels bout which will be
of these were new men secured bt fought Oct. 2S, in Quincy. Schieberl
Mauaner Joe Smith principally on the is in O. K. condition and expects to
FTength shown by the Team in i's . ctnie off with colors flying.
i matter which were along the same
lines, that a municipal court should be
! established In the city, were William
Jackson, William L. Aster, W. A.
Frewert, E. B. McKown, and others.
The Allen symphony orchestra and
the male quartet, of the Rock Island
FOR 9FM!-WiNDllP ! hih school rendered several pleasing ; Chicago.
I VIII Wkllll II IMUUI 1 . . 1 Inning IU H!ansaAr. 1- ,
Second Vice President Victor Hopp,
Third Vice President D. J. Gorman,
Secretary-treasurer J. F. Morris,
Delegate of A. F. L. Steve Sumner.
first fiicount'-r. Coach Liitt has not ;
yet definitely decided the lineup to '
faee the Iowa 1'iiskieK but it will Drob-
Molme OlvmnicH 1 n....
1'uvejiporT west r.ndtt are all
that now stand between the Ruck Jb.
Muiiy Art- ij,K
Thirty thousand voices - what a
grand chorus! Aud thafs tl,e i.uiii
'er of Au.i-ricuu u.vu and women
who are publi-ly piaisiu I loan's
Kidtn-y fills for relief from back
ache, kidney and bladder ills. They
my It to friends. They tell it in the
nome puiierx Rock Mnnd
lire in this chorus. II
Mrs. K. Weiss. :!! Fourth avenue,
Roi-k Island, lil , h; Sin ,
1 liliHC .if III;;,!! i i . j i . y Tills Stik
I. olds Kood. had been troubled by
kidney d Borders for some time.
'111. -re w:i an scire piun u ni-s the
niinll of my l ack wl:;, i, made It hard
for ii. e to 1,,-imI ir do nny lift Iiik. I
ha I headacles and r!i,-.y spells. A
member of n.y family had been cur
ed of Rii attack of kidney complaint
by I'oan's Kidney I'll ! so 1 decided
t try them. Afr.r the first few
doses I got relief ami soon I was flee
from the trouble."
For pule by nil dealers. Pric r,n
cents. Foster-Mil burn company,
ItufT.-iIo. New York, sole agents for
the I'nlted States.
Remember t'ie r.ame Iio.in's
and take no other. (Advertisement).
Caulfield; guurus, Rehuan.ann and Bu
delier: tackles, Salmann and Smith;
ends. Grove and Davenport; quarter. AT THE EMPIRE.
MacManns; halves. Robb and Raines, Manager Dolly announces the follow
and fullback. Captain Roche. ' inp bill for the first half of next week
The game h. ns at " o'clock andjat the Empire: "The IK-vil and Tom
ticket may be secured up until noon i Walker," a musical fantasy, interpret
tomorrow at the Bijou cigar store. j ed by David Walters and a company
:of 10 people, most of whom are girls;
F. CHANCE IS TO RETIRE1 Harry Thompson, as "His Honor, the
Mayor;' John and Winnie Hennings,
Cub Leader to Make Good Annuonce- "The Kildare Kouple;" Marconi broth
ment to Quit Game. i ers. wizards of the accordeon. and Ca-
Chici.Ko, Oct. l'j Frank L. Chance ' price Lewis, who is billed as "Queen
selections following the discussion. Executive Board John M. Irish. Pe-
Supper served by the Ladies' Aid so-'otia; J. P. Trench, La Salle; William
ciety of the church preceded the Chiles, Springfield; Chris Rakow,
meetin?. ; Bloomington ; J. W. Morton, Chicago;
An invitation is extended the Rock . Thomas Kelly, Streator.
Island club and the Fifty Thousand ; Auditors William Jampol, Belle
club to attend any future meetings ville; J. A. Kain. Chicago, and Tilden
cf the federation. j Bczarth, Staunton.
The convention voted to increase the
J salaries of the president from $1,800
j to $2,400 a year and the secretary
i treasurer from $150 to $175 a month.
Docatur was chosen as the next meet
i -iriiilMi i
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nest because during the deluge It
pulled the tow out of the bilge hole of
the ark, and if it hnd not been for the
hedgehog, vrho plugged up the leak
with his own Iwuly, Noah and his sons
would have had an exciting time bal
ing out their boat. When Noah found
out who had done the deed he ordered
ns a punishment that the culprit
should be compelled each year to build
a nest, while other fishes would have
an easy time of It.
ne who conceal B usonil troth Is
equally guilty with the propngator o?
an Injurious falsehood. Autrustine.
All the news all the time. The Argus.
! RED TAPE U GERMANY.
As a result of his failure to appear
for trial on a charge of speeding, A Railway Ticket, a Controversy end j jtmoiy
ueorge w . jieiaei. superintenaent oi a ueiayea i rain,
the Silvis shops has called forth the In an account of the duchy of Teok
wrath of the city officials, and this j and Its inhabitants by the Rev. S. Bar
morning Commissioner Hart stated 1 Jng-Gould an amusing experience Is
that a warrant would be issued for ' thus described by the author:
the railroad man's arrest, and he will : "We are wont, we Englishmen, to
be brought to tho police station. j grumble at red tapisui, but with us it
heldel was burning up Seventh a.ve-
"The rimes are hard, my dear," said
a tnan to his better half, "and I find It
difficult to keep my nose
"You could easily keep your nose
above water," returmd the lady. "If
you didn't keep it so often above
bnuidy." Ixnilon Answers.
A trial of
Try It today and see for
nue In his car Thursdav nieht. when
people is going through with his retirement of the Air." Manager Dolly states that : cauent D v "Motorcvcl e Mike" Meenan
to give up the game.
That Chance was disgusted with the
work of the i:bs was evident in the
THE AMUSEMENT CENTER
OF THE TRI-CITIES.
ALL IS READY FOR THIS
li ck as manager of the Cubs. One week at least four of the acts have been
hence and the veteran leader wili have featured by other houses, and he be
set; led down on his California orange lleves it will be one of the most satis
laiK h, lar fmni the sceiie of the most fying shows he has had the present
disastrous beating eei handed u club season.
under his management. The P. L. is
going to Glendora to forget baseball. FAMILY, MOLiNE.
:.nd to leave C. W. Murphy with a prob- The bm for ,ht, flrst half of next
1. m on his hands The miserable week at the Karaiiv Moline. will be as '
showing of the Cub mac hine yesterday , followg. Frod j Kt,y s Seven Happy i
has prompted 'Husk in his decision j Youngsters, in a school sketch: Mr.
and Mrs. John T. Chick, in "Matrimo-;
nial Mishaps;" performing goats, mon
kevs and dots: Mabel Sherman, in a'
t fth inning when he packed his effecls .falkin gan(j Bin(,:.,K a(.t anj Stanley
and forsook the visitors' bench. In ; an(J Wgr(, ..TLe Kah.Rall Uoys-
depart;ng. with five oilier Cubs bound,
for the Vst side clubhouse, Frank! u a d,
I a used to joke with I mpire Bill Ui-
reen. who was calling the fair and. Probably more Rock Island people
toul b..lis in l.-ft Id ,wiU attend Production at Powers'
Vou d bftr..r s-a, ' warming up. Uill. ' tlua,re in t'lli(,aSO on Nov is of Fred
ve mav need voj prdtv soon.'' was'"r,c and Fan"" ,-orke HaUon'8 ,1, w
the merrv .him. from 'ue n-zled nana-:comfd-v- "Veam of Discretion." than
ger. And Iiill laughingly allowed as have 8een a metropolitan theatrical
bow he might return to form. opening in many years, rnusual inter-
From now until the time Murphy est attaches to the presentation of this
n.akes ready to announce his plans th!Pla'- for several reasons, hut Mr. Hat
CImcwko f:m army must live in iB. ' ton's former residence here ar.d the
rorame of the identity of Chance's fiends he made at that time is pcr
Miccessor The next few weeks will haps chief. Roth Mr. Hatton and Mrs.
1 e given over to doping the fate that : Hatton are well known to a number
as wished upon the Cubs in their f Rock Island citizens. Mr. Hatton
tussle with the White Sox Chnnce wa8 at one ,ime a member of The
says he is through Murphy says he Argus staff, later going to Chi' ago to
has nothing to say. Meanwhile the become dramatic critic of the Chicago
and was ordered to appear at the police
station for trial yesterday morning.
He failed to appear, and this morning
was still conspicuous by his absence.
Veteran of Two Wars Dead.
Jacksonville, 111., Oct. 19. Colonel
WiLiam J. Wyatt, veteran of the Mex
ican and Civil wars, died at his horn'1
EASY TO END CATARRH.
Order Seats Sunday for Monday
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Don't be prejudiced. There is not a
particle of morphine, cocaine or any
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It is made of eucalyptus and other
grand antiseptics. It will greatly re
lieve the misery of catarrh or any af
fliction of the nose and throat in five
No Ftomach dosing just breathe
Hyomei. it gets at the catarrh germs
and quickly destroys them.
Ask for Hyomei (pronounced high-o-mel
outfit. It only costs $1 and
consists of a hard rubber pocket in
haler, which can be carried in vest
pocket, a bottle of Hyomei, a medicine
dropper, and simple directions for use.
Extra bottles, 50 cents.
Leadin.2 drucgists everywhere sell
Hyomei, which is guaranteed to end
fars are wondering if the hose can win Evening Post, w here he has estab-
the American league pennant in 1913, dsnea nimeeir in tne rorerront or mat ratarrh, coughs, colds and croup, or
and there's a legion of them that says ; city's literary workers. Mrs. Hatton, tPonr.y returned.
?es. if Callahan's men will phow the a daughter of the late Dr. hnion
fi rm displayed !n the city series.
Locke, is known as one of the cleverest
Chicago Series Facts
Queen of the Air.
Wizards of the Accordeon.
John & Winnie
"The Kdkare Kouple."
"His Honor, the Mayor."
JOHN B. HYMER Presents
Fantastic Musical Travesty
With Oavid Walters and
Each Sox plaer . . .
Each Cub player . . .
Each club's share . .
. 14.965 160,307
i young women in Chicago's fashionable
set. At various times she has written
and produced plays ar.d playlets for
charitable and society affairs, but
! "Years cf Discretion" is her first effort
under the auspices of a big producer.
The far t that David Belaseo. the fa
mous New York manager, has seen fit
to select a practica'ly all-star cast for
: the Hatton play U assurance of the
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Ask the Thomas Drug company about
it. (Advertisement.) j
does not go beyond the government
ofilces. Iu Germany it is everywhere. !
I had an Instance of it between Ober j
Lennlngen and Owen. I had asked at ;
the former place for a third class '
ticket to Owen and had stepped into !
a third class carriage. On these branch
j lines nearly every one travels fourth. !
i I counted twelve compartments fourth,
nine third and three second. There i
was no flrst class compartment. Be
fore reaching the next station in fact, j
a mile from Ober I.enuingen the In- j
j spector cuuie round. !
j " 'Huh, you have a fourth class
I ticket and are lu a third class coni-
purtment: The tine is 0 marks.'
' "I explained and offered at once to
i pass into an inferior carriage or pay
" 'Thut will not do. You have in
fringed the law and must pay fi marks.'
"I get out at Owen and will explain
matters to the station master.
"I did so.
" 'The fine is 0 murks,' said this lat
" 'Rut.' said I. 'I demanded a third
class ticket and was giveu one for
w men l ll"l not uskcu. mis was uu m
oversight of the clerk.'
'"You should have examined your,
"The train was delayed five minutes
while the matter was thrashed out on ;
the platform, the travelers craning
their necks out of the windows of
their respective carriages, looking on
and listening wiih lively interest. At
last reluctantly the station master
yielded. I must pay the difference.
"'What is it?'
" 'One penny!' "
MADE THE GUESTS PAY.
AMAZING SUCCESS !
Attends Preparation for the Music Drama.
The glorious music arouses enthusiasm of local alngera
OVER 500 NAMES
Already enrolled In the great festival choruses of
Men, Women and Children
BENEFIT FOR BETHANY PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
Illinois Theatre Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25 and 26.
One 7 H. P. 1911 Indian, fnae engine clutch and lamp, $160
One 4 H. P. 1911 Thor, belt drive, Bosh magneto and lamp
Arsenal Storehouse Burns.
Beneria. Cal . Oct. 19 The main
storehouse of the Uenecia arsenal at
the T.'nited States military reservation
here was burned last night with a loss
estimated at between SSOOhh) and
$4.0nn.fnvi. The fire is believed to have
originated from spontaneous combustion.
P. W. L. Pet.
Sox 9 4 3 .71
Cubs 9 3 4 .429
Two games tied, 0-0 and 3-3.
Leading batter (Sox). Collins 405
Leading b2.t;r (Cubs), Zimmer-
rran J42 - - -- . --.--. ,
Leading f elder (Sox). Zelder 1.000 OOOOOOOOCOOCC30COOCOOOOOOC
eeM0LINE. ILLmPHONE E37n'
Leading fielders (Cubs).
MANAGER FRANK BOYLE
SIGNS NEW LIFE CONTRACTj
Frank Dojle, c;anager of the Water-!
loo team of the Central association'
and later of the Three-Eye league, and !
recently engaged to manage the Mus-
catine team of the Central, has signed ;
a life contiact with Miss Grace Corson!
of Waterloo. The ceremony took!
place Ved;'.j,-day at the Sacred Heart ;
church in '.Vterloo. The couple are
now on a honeymoon trip in the east
318 Twenty-second Street
Express and Storage
Call West 981.
C. H. THORNHILL
The Lester Bore.
'TThT t .! ivsist o:i s1ng that
co'jnc iv.a:'. t.i s:c;?"
".enus',." replied Mi Cayenne.'
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW
Last time of this big show
Free Tomorrow Afternoon
$5.00 GOLD PIECE
And a five-pound box of candy to
Lock, Coming Mcr.day
KELLY'S HAPPY YOUNGSTERS
Funrlest act In vaudeville
ELU'S TRAINED HAULS
Largest troupe of trained goats
on vaudeville stage.
6 OTHER BIG ACTS -6
Don't miss the show coming
THREE DAYS ONLY.
SHOV.'S ON SUNDAY
Evening 7:33 and 9:15.
Demanded Tips For the Servants
the Court of Napoleon III.
"Before we left i 'otnpiegne ut the
conclusion of our visit at the court of
Napoleon III.," writes Mme. de Hcper-1
niaiin-Lindeucrone in Ilarjier's, "when
we were taking our uiornSiic tea we
were iuierruj)ieu uy ids cniumn in ui ,
the major dotno, who handed tis a pa
per. We were not unprepared for this
visit, as we hud been told by one of the
guests who had been here before that
every one was expected to remain In !
their rooms until t hlsi important per
sonage had made his rounds in order
to collect the pourboire. I say pour
boire because what on? generally tfives
separately is lumped iuto one t?urn.
This paper, which he liiimle. to us al
most at the ioirit of his hallebarde,
proved 1 be a pia scritto receipt for
i fran s our poiloire!
"We were mi her n subdued party In
the train. The conversation mostly
turned on the subject of pourboires.
The hussier dc ided the exact amount
that each ouplit to Kive. For instsme.
i. . i . nv. t .1.. i . ... t-
j francs. F-ir a minister f ft-ite
l.i Hi irnncs sumee. i. r.oi:ici,-:i p?.'.pie
like ourselves cannot 1 espe ted to bu
out of ix ket niore tuan COO francs.
As for the poor nl iiity .f France,
they escai-e with .V)! Some were of
opinion that it was pleasanter to plve
en m:ie in one bi2 su:n than to sire
in driblets. Mhers tbo'ich' it wore Rati
factory to Land one's c.Terli,' r n
al!y to the different servants, but vre
all with one voice voted the officious
beadie an imposition."
One 4 H. P. 1911 Wagnernearly new $100
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Anyone with $100 or more can join the ranks of our
investors and obtain 6 '," interest on his money.
SEATS HELD UNTIL 7:30
The Sticklebcck Legend.
The sticUIeiiact Is one of the ppe'les
of Csh that bniU nc-'.c Tbr.; is a
lfiejid that, the stickleback: builds a
H. E. Sudlow & Co., Safety building:
I would like further information
monts you have to offer.
about the lnvest-