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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1913.
LEGAL WEB GETS
TEARIIEY A DELAY
Question of Citizen's Righ. to
Prosecute Puts Over Trial
CALDER WANTS TO
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Chicago, Jan. 14. A legal tangle.
Involving the right of a citizen to
proBecute a violator of a cl'y ordi
nance, again saved Aid. Al Tearney
from trial yesterday on charges of
iolatlng the 1 o'clock closing law
la his Thirty-fifth street saloon-cafe.
Various phases of the law were ar
gued for three hours before Chief
Justice Harry Olson of the municipal
court. At the conclusion the Judge
asked for additional Authorities on
whether the law of the state, which
gives a citizen this right, is para
mount to the municipal cour' act.
which assumed to take away the right
In order to prevent the crowding or
the court docket with neighborhood or
The question probably will be set
tled Friday, when the hearing wil". be
resumed. Judge Olson's decision, un
less an anneal in taken in a hi,iher Representative William M
court, will be used as guide in future ! of New Yrh ' preparing
cases by other judges of the court. j shortly to be Introduced in congress.
In the meantime Tearney must again "hich he hopes will result in the abo-
ppear In court today to ' answer j lit'n of icebergs in the Atlantic. His
charges, made by the police, that he j Plan is to have the government con
violated the 1 o'clock closing law on I "met a huge jeity across the gram!
YVIUIan M. Caldrr.
The special meeting of the mem
bers of the Y. M. C. A. was held yes
terday afternoon with a good attend-
ance. The amendments to the con- j
stitutlon were duly adopted as :
planned. The principal change is the J
one providing for the election of a j
board of trustees at the annual meet- J
ing In May, who will hold the title to
all real estate and other property own-!
ed by the association. The board of '
directors is also Increased from 12 to J
15 members, and the date of the ;
annual meeting Is to be chargaj front i
October to May. !
Have you paid your subscription to j
the Y. M. C. A. building Tund? If !
you have not done so, you will never
find a better time than today to mail
a check or to drop in' at the office in j
the Safety building and get a receipt. ;
Hundreds of people have already sent I
in their payments and others are on'y
waiting for payday to make it ".ossi'ol"
for' them to do the same. Some folkp
have overlooked the payment and If
they have forgotten it temporarily this
Item may serve as a remindef that
the money Is needed.
One business man sent in his check
yesterday with the remark: "That is
one bill that I pay more cheerfully
than any other bill that 1 have to pay."
$5 Sweater Coat
A $5 Rain Coat
Pair $5 Trousers
Any one of these $5 articles FREE
with every suit or overcoat made by
Haege why be cold? Here is a square
deal for all. A $25 to $30 suit or overcoat made to
your measure and absolutely guaranteed for . .
Suit pressed one year free of charge. No extra charge for making any style you selec
Name and Place
Sept. 28 and 23 of last year. This Is
one of the 132 complaints filed by the
police against the alderman.
Follower of Tearney's heretofore
successful efforts to escape trial are
showing particular interi'Ft in today's
cane, which is set In for Judtje Caver
ly. 1-awyeri! say none of the technical
Dbjrtlo is raised before Judges Com
ney and Olson may be brought up in
City ProFoc utor James S. Melnerney
himself signed tbo complaint against
Tearney In the police case. Pa'rolman
McGee of the Thirty-fifth sf.reet sta
tion is the prosecuting v. itness. The
case has been dragging since Nov. 1.
when tan record shows the Informa
tion was filed.
The bailiffs return indicates that
Tearney rtuld not bo found Nov. 11,
when the Jlrst attempt was made to
nerve him. He was found and served,
however, on I)-c. 5. Th" first setting
Of the case was before Judge Fry on
Nov. 12. It was postponed on mo
tion of the p'oscc ution to Dec. 10 and
transferred to Judce Caverly.
I)ec. 10 the case was on Jude Cav
erly's docket. It again was poetponed
st the instance of the prosecution,
this time until today.
Many ether c-ntributors have ex-
banks of Newfoundland, thus shifting , pressed themselves in a similar man
the cold Labrador current into the j ner. a fact which serves to make the
warm gulf stream and insuring the , work 0f collecting far less unpleasant
melting of the bergs. To carry the j than it might bo under other condl-
project through would require an ex- tions.
penditure of $20,000,000.
M'Qinnity on Way to Coast.
Newark. N. J., Jan. 14. Joe McGin
nity, long a conspicuous figure in base
tall in the east, bade goodby to the
The work on the building has been
suspended on account of the snow,
which made working cou-litions dang
erous. The Btonecrusher is kept hard
at work daily, however, in an effort
to clear away the great pi'.e of stone
rai.s nere jesteruay ana is on ms ! n that chH mov Ko cot nn tnr th
way today to Tacoma. Wash., to take ; carpenters to work under, and so that
charge or the Northwestern league ; tvere ly be room for the storage of
club there, which he purchased re- materlaiE . Not much more can be done
cently For j'.ars McGinnity was . cn the buUding itself untl, springi
one of the stars of the major leagues. hllt vaot nmmint nf nr(,imn,rr
I work will be done, that will set the
; job far ahead when the weather opens
Acquisition of Chance by New York Gives McGraw a Rival
i and won the nickname ot' "Ironinan"
by his willingness to pitch a game in
every series for his team and some
, times Uoubleheaders. For several
; years he has had an Interest In the
: Newark club of the International
league, which he sold out last fall.
South Bend Loses Franchise.
Terre Haute, Ind , Jan. 14. The
Stories Planned and Promised That
Never Saw the Light.
The Book inn n republishes a paper by
franchise held bv the South Bend club ' Professor Brand t Matthews eutltled
SCHIEBERL TO FIGHT AT
PEORIA THIS EVENING;
in the Central league was declared
forfeited to the organization yester-
j day at the annual meeting here. Be
cause or tnis action drarta of sched
ules which were to have come up for
censideration were laid over until a
j netting to he held two weeks hence.
It was announced the vacancy would
I he filed at that time. Other cities In
"Peanuts" Schieberl. the Hock Is-; the circuit will be Terre Haute, Spring
laud bantamweight prize.ii.hter, whose pdd. Dayton, Grand Rapids and Fort
rise In the fistic world has been re-; Wayne.
markable, will fight at Peoria onight,
bis opponunt being "Young" Herman. I
Several twin-city boxing enthusiasts!
will go to Peoria to witness the fray.
"Peanuts" has yet to suffer a defeat. !
having been vie orious or secured a
jraw in everyone of his 27 battles.
Mixed Bouts Are Under Ban.
Pittsburgh, Jan. 14. Negro pugilists '
will not bo permitted to inet white
Dcxers in Pittsburgh, according to the
srders Issued by the public safety di-'
ector. Mixed fights of any description i
I1I not be tolerated, said the official, !
Vtestern Bowlers Abandon Tourney.
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 14. There
will be no tournament of the West
ern Bowling congress this year, ac
cording to an announcement today by
President .rtimes F. Morley, who said
that the tournament, which was to
have been held at Vancouver. B. C,
early In March, had been culled off.
The officers of the congress have de
cided to center their efforts on the
1M4 tournament at Denver.
Henry MeKinney, Horseman, Dead.
inu In cpe any of the local clubs dis-1 Janesvllle. Wis.. Jan. 14. Henry I),
sley this order their license will be ' M Kinley. owner and breeder of har
:aken up and the men responsible will . ncss racing horses, is dead here. Mr.
sever be allowed to take part lu a box- McKinley was 81 years old. His death
inn match in this city again. followed a stroke of paralysis.
1 class of whisfcevmfs mm
,s mere is uz tmsw&m.m
casg of W0Sw
w i , ;
0l Th br with m "map" to it '
SZA Rk Island,
j "CDwrltfen Books" that was first
printed many years ago. Professor
i Matthews speaks of the projected
' books and plays that never s:m the
light a"d have been read, like bills In
congTe.1. by title only,
i Mollei planned a comedy under the
i title "I.'nomiDf de Cour." which was
to be his masterpli fe. Nothing Is
known of It today. Itlchard Brlnsley
Sheridan Intended to write a follower
! to "The School For Scandal" and "The
I Rivals." The subject was "Affectn
; tlnn " It never went beyond a few
! For years the paper covera of every
new book that Victor Hugo Issued con
tinued to announre .is soon to be pub
lished a romance entitled "Iji Quan
quengTojrne." Many posthumous vol
umes of the French poet's writing In
: prose and verse have been sent forth
' by his literary executors, but of this
! oddly entitled fiction nothing has been
j heard In ISC! Alphonse Daudet nn
I nounced ns In press a volume of short
; stories to be called Pentameron."
The book remained unpublished and
I apparently uuwrttteii. The younger
Dumas has left on record more than
one reference to n comedy to be called
"La Route de Tlieties." planned U-fore
"Franclllon." bui never given to tha
Rossting an Egg.
Every boy and lrl down on the farm
Id times pone by used to roast eggs,
pieces of meat and iMitatoes In embers
in the old wood cook store or In the
! big open fireplace. Hums were search
I ed for liens" nests, and the tine, fresh
; esgs were wrapped in heavy paper.
The paper was dninjened. and several
thicknesses of it protected the eggs
from scorching You know, wet pa
per In a hall Is hard to burn. Well,
the wrapped up egs were put on the
live coals and pnrtially covered by
them. In from Ave to fifteen minutes
the egg was roasting hot and ready to
eat with alt. pepper and butter. A
i pin bole was made In the big end of
the egg so as to let the steam escape
to keep It from bursting the shell and
the meats from running out. If you
have never as a small boy roasted such
'KK you have missed one of child
hood's greatest Joy a. New York Press
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oUACv EVER Blip A WUA,S& aa .
As we all know who read fhe news
papers, Frank Chance, the "Peerless
Leader" of baseba'.ldom, has signed
to manage the New York Highland
ers next season. When Mr. Chance
neatly wrote his signature at the bot
tom of the contract offered him ho
agreed to accept the largest salary
ever paid a manager. Just how many
beers it would buy, nobody knows.
The exact sum has not been pub
lished. However, we are assured that
Frank Chance needn't worry about
the rent money.
New York Ci'y, so often mentioned
In musical comedies and magazine
6tories, Is jubilant. As well as elatea.
Gotham fans are more than pleaseo.
at the news. I, is expected( that Mr.
Chance will find quite a circle of ad
mirers alons Broadway, he having of
ten been heard of In those parts and
all agree that Frank is a fine fel'.ow.
John J. ("Muggsy") McGraw, man
ager cf the N. Y. Giants, has not as
yet made any sta'ement re-ardins;
this new development, l.et it be un
derstood before proceeding further
that for quite a Ions while Mr. Mc
Graw has been not only a zealous and
ardent umpire annoyer, bu: also what
might be termed the "large cheese"
In Manhattan baseball circles. Jawn
has been the whole howling hippo
drome. He has gotttyi used to bav
ins his name in the paper and he likes
Very good. The plot curdles. En
'er F. Chance. The beautiful damosei
whom we all know to be "N. Y. Base
ball Fans" and who has been smiling
brightly on Jawn and his suit, throws
a glance at the handsome stranger.
Muggsy is annoyed. Ho tugs at the
ends of his very false -moustache and
struts abou in high dudgeon. They
are plotting to encompass his doom.
A rival to his suit! Will the new and
good-looking arrival cop out the more-or-less
fair lady? Is this cheap dude
from Chi. going to beat his time?
These questions and many others put
the cleaner on Muggsy 's peace of
mind. Trying to usurp his throne?
It's a swell piece of work!
'Tls an Interesting situation any
way. Frank Chanco Is popular when
ever he goes. Muggsy's a good
horse, too. -
Maybe there'll be a falllng-off In
the Giants' gate receipts. Maybe the
Yank meetings will be 'f.ore frequent
y a'tended. Ho-hum, we shud worry!
SEEKS PART OF INCOME
William Ziegler Sues for Settlement
In Cash from Estate.
New York, Jan. 14. How would
ycu like to be heralded world wide
as having 120,000,000 and have to live
in a rented house, own no automobile,
possess no yacht, and enjoy none of
the super-luxuries that go with wealth?
This is the predicament of William
Ziegler, who became old enough to
vote last Ju'.y 21, and recently has
married, but who, under the terms
of the will of his adopted father, must
wap four yeara longer to get the first
as a brand new plutocrat letters beg
ging him for charity have been pour
ing on him at his office, 257 Fifth ave
nue, and his house at 11 Fas- Fifty
first stret. He opens them with a
grim smile. Agents of automobile con
cerns, yacht builders, asd general pur
veyors of the rich in many lines have
been bombarding him every way he
'fcllkefo cmfwy cmfwyp cmfwypfwy
He has done no business with any
of them. He couldn't. Ha is a pluto
crat in name only. For the first four j
years after the death of his foster I
father he received $15,000 a year al-1
Ifia'nnrp ivhirh u-na tnpraspft tn f ri -
Edward Reno, noted magician, will
appear aC the high school tomorrow
cening in the third entertainment of
the winter's lyceuia course. At leger
demain, Mr. Reno has few superiors
and hi3 ability to talk while at work
makes hfe stunt a most pleasing one.
He has traveled all over the world,
learning the secrets of the Hindus,
Egyptians, Servians and other noted
exponents of black art and the like.
The entertainment will be at the high
school assembly room.
'' Chaiuberlain'D Cough Remedy Is not
a common, every-day cough mixture.
It Is a ruerltorlous remedy for all the
troublesome and dangerous compllca
tlor.s resulting from cold In the head,
throat, chest or lungs. Sold by all
news all the time The
quarter, nine years for the second j Ou0 for the last two vears before he '
The marked increase in the use of beer
by thousands of families with their daily
diet, is banishing ailments that necessi
tated the maintenance of the family med
Eminent physicians presrribe beer for
those in delicate health and in need cf
strength and building up.
Actual food value and tonic properties
cf the highest degree predominate in Old
Style Lager embodying all the nourish
ing extractives 01 nardy golden barley
quarter, fourteen years for the third
quarter, and nineteen years more for
the last quarter of an estate which,
according to the records of the sur
rogate's court, amounted last year to
Y'oung Ziegler is content with his
lot as provided for under the will, for
he receives the entire Income from the
property less the expense of manage
ment, but he has hired counsel to
help him get $4,600,000 of Income ac
cumulated since the death of his fath
er in 1905. To this end the law firm
of Swan & Moore, 29 Liberty street,
started friendly proceedings asking
show cause why they should not set
tle the account.
Since young Zleg'.er was advertised
Bringing Up a Dog.
A writer In Uoiintrv Life Iu America
! tdves some advice on the bringing up
I of a dog. As be tells if. the process I the three executors of the
look easy enough. The first mid most
Important lesson for n pup to learn is
(o stop anything he may I doing when
you sny "Stop" and to continue when
you say "All right." If well learned
this will explain to him all future com-
I ninuds. After this comes the lesson to
I He down when you command "Down" :
i and to stay down while you leave him.
For this latter it Is lest to tie him to I
aomething :iqd then If he does not drop .
. when you call Iwn" from a distance '
J return quickly and. sz-olding. push hliu j
1 down forcibly. A caress tnd a tnste of ;
j food should be bis reward If be does
! right !
In Crystal White Bottles
mo that rou ran fat yotir
jra ms wtl as jrour uaiwh.
Brewery' Own Bottling
Old Tim Scnool Hour. '
! In Scotland, up to the middle of the
I eighteenth century, the usual school
. hours were from 6 a. tu till p. m.. 1
with two break of au hour each. Some j
schools opened an hour earlier and '
I worked so long ns d.tyliglit lasted. No ;
j alteration In the bourn was madt- on '
i Satnrd.iy. and even on Sunday a w. '
j tain amount of school u.,rt was done.
Tggj The holld.iys were restricted to a day
itf at Cuudleiiois and at VYhiuuu. and a '
V M P 1 R F
Where everybody goes.
The Safe House.
"Cat and the Fiddle"
THREE DAYS ONLY
Big Musical Comedy.
20 PEOPLE 20
10c, 20c and 30o.
Phcte West 708.
fortnight lu the autuuiu.
reached his majority.
But now that he has the name of
great weal h and is of age he would
like some of the game hence, the de
mand of the executors for the lump
of money that rol".ed tegf'ther while
he was in college.
FOR LAGRIP AND MALARIA
NO BITTER TASTE
' AT THE EMPIRE.
"The Cat and the riddle," a mu
sical comedy which 3et a record for
the Empire as a box office attraction
oa its first visit, seems due to repoat,
judging by the reception it received j
the first night of its return engage- ;
ment. The comedy is to remain here
through tomorrow night. Ed Gilmore, j
a comedian- who gets his stuff across '
the footlights in pleasing fashion, still
heads the company, which includes 20 '
people. One noticeable change In the
cast is that of the leading woman, the
role now being in the hands of one
with a better voice than her predeces
sor. Tho company carries all its own
scenery and stage settings and withal
ghes a performance that is a bargain
for the Empire admission prices.
' 1 J ..XT.' .-A J!
1 yfov&;&& 1
Pretty Mcak. j
Blobha fIfiiM-i kkc always reminds '
me of a moiisf. SIoIiIm - Nniiwn-! If
be was anything lik a iuiiiim- hi- ir)f ,
would tie afraid of him. Philadelphia ;
Receivers' auc Ion sale of Ingalls'
Jewelry stock. Sales every afu.-noon ,
at 2:30; evenings at 7:30. Watches, i
Jevelry, silverware, etc. (Adv.) '
A'V'j? -VS-n."- fAMZJ
combined, pure QL1MNE, pure WHISKY.
NO SUBSTITUTES USED
Taken before meals restores appet', taken before retiring Insur.
sleep. A good medicine to keep hi the huute. A NATUP.AL TONIC.
Protected by V. 3. registered Jabg, to imitate is ieioay. Put up la
bottles only and sold by all liquor dealers.