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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
MATCHES IN CITY
Announces Desire to Meet Carl
Brown of Waterloo or Al
MARGUERITE WRIGHT AS PRINCESS
BOZENA, STAR IN "THE SPRING MAID'
Martin Lewis, welterweight wres
tler of niort- or less note, stopped off
tr!r monine in Rock Island on bis !
way to Cedar Rapids from (Miicago. '
He ren.ained lorig enouch to issue chal- I
lernres directed at Carl Brown of I
Waterloo, who recently appeared at ;
the Illinois theatre, and at Al Acker-
man, the wrestling attraction of the ,
R D & M. club. Martin 1b willing I
snd anxious to take on any grappler
l'dwii 148 arid lf 8 pounds. He ia
nearer the first figure himieJf but has
plenty of confidence In bis ability to!
hold'hi own against beaTler men. The I
H. D. M. club does tot Intend to 1
stage any matches prior to the free I
one In which Ackerman Is to meet Ed
Shetp araln to redeem himself for the .
showing he made a week ago when !
the Flint. Mirh., man pinned him to!
the floor twice. The Illinois Athletic
club, however. Is casting about for !
some good men for Its next card and I
i In a l,ar possibility that Lewis may
be found clasF.v enough for a bout un
der that club's auspices.
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FAVORS A CHANGE
IN BOATING RULES
Dubuque Club Is Urging Return
to Old Classification on the
i:: - i-ry
city in !
Willi h !"(.'orii
evt-r . : r.n.-.n
'their fir-' . csan'-nv r.t i.i U'erba &
I .! i h'-r'. ::.r i r.)tMii;il opiTatic f-
Cnicago Greek Is Decisively im ia nn (it a, unnois Ktidav
DubuQae, Ia, Feb. 4. Resolutions ;
adopted by the Dubuque Motor Boat '
dub at Us monthly meeting protecting 1
against the new classifications adopt-1
ed by the racing rules committee of the
Mississippi Valley Power Boat associa
tion at a special meeting held in St. :
Louis last month, bare been sent to 1
all motor boat clubs affiliated w ith the
association with the request that they
join the local officials In securing a
reconsideration of the classification
more favorable to the boats now asso
ciated with the regattas.
In doing away with the 20, 26, 32 and
40 foot free for all classifications, the j
Dubuque Motor Boat club in its resolu- 1
tlcns shows the new classification as j
discriminating against the standard
makes of engines. The new classifica- j
lions adopted are as follows. Boats j
having a cylinder displacement of ?.50, 1
6K 800, and 1,300 cubic fnch displace-
ments and free for all boats not over ;
49 feet in length are in fhe classes i
A fine of 12V2 Per cent also was ;
placed on two cycle engines. This j
means that such boats as Leading I ... , v, ii.!.
y ho-.-, ,M ,:rg this year in 30 leading European 'V 1? ZL o'CocK closing ordina.ee. The
a j . it:es and will be given In the United ! . -a ' , ' , . fines were imposed by Municipal Judge
tares and Canada cn every stage that j T of'slml!; displaVement' are. i r,av,:rI'- Three offenses were filed but
lilt JUUf,C 1 U1XTU 1 J rt - h v. vvucvii-unu
Seat Sale Tomorrow at 9 a. m.
Prices 50c, 76c, $1
$1.50, $2 Boxes $2.
Illinois Theatre jggff
Messrs. Werba & Luescher present th sensational production of Viennese melodies
and gay romance that has charmed the world.
A JOYOUS BUBBLING OPERETTA
Including the celebrated prima donna and England's leading comedian,
MARGUERITE WRIGHT AND CHARLES McNAUGHTON.
Supported by an unsurpassed company of nearly 100, with an unusual cast.
Anna Orr, Tillie Sallinger, Reese R. Reese, Carroll Garrett, David Bennett, Dorothy
La Mar, Al Williams, Earle Craddock and the Premier Dr.nseuse, Orphis Hewes.
The Chorus, Ballet and Choral Forces exactly as presented for two entire seasons at
the Liberty Theatre, New York.
SPECIAL METROPOLITAN ORCHESTRA OF 25 ARTISTS
Phillip Sevasta, harpist. Edward Howe, director.
Mil. Hi H w HI . IIIIW I l.lll
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!i " :." i n .!h'.(1 was si;t: lattie, ail or similar aispia-enient, are. ; . , .A
M M r- -..rv W-l -1 ' l accmmodat the ! according to the best information ob-' 1 ruled two were
r'i i ' , v " , f!aborat Ruction. Music lovers j tainable, unable to enter the 5,0 cubic A,u,ornP-v J"hn " Sut!on;
( hnrl.- !-.:-ifl't.n wul play who saw the opera abroad are unanl- ni,, nnA of Alderman Tearney, admit
tncus in giving credit to Harry B. and
Koiiirt 3. Smith, the American adapt
ers, for bringing a new sparKie to us
Outpointed in 10-round
Bout in Milwaukee.
Milwaukee. Wis., Feb. 4.
nn: sclent ilic: boxing gave
flabby of Hammond a clear cut vie
t( rj over George ("Knockout")
Brown of Chicago in a tffa round bout
l.i't nipht before the Milwaukee A. C.
As pr. ! if t'd, tin- Crcf k never had ai
i I ;ttr aainvt the clever Hoosier. i
I'-iciwn's only hope for a victory was"
t' lurid a decisive riht or left awing, j
Tins he failed to do. but Brown iiiu:-t 1
I." iv:i credit for putting up a game;
r-'i'1 stubborn (ibt against one of the'
cNwiest boxers in the middleweight:
ii. irion Chilby's ring generalship!
: i r clever foot work enabled him to
ki ji out of range of Urown's ild and !
,i ions Hwitigp, which the (jreek un-
1c-. . (! in every round.
I ire (.i 1;. damage done In the entire .
Ji: 'a i.-. uhen r.rnwn planted a right 1
.- on Clabby's h ft ee which catir-1
t to hv.i il ht.ut in the following '
- i i! A li h.fniKb Uronn was the re-'
.1 t m-.-al of most of Clabby's
! ;,!h.-d olid timely piinrt.es. the i
. ! l ore no marks of the battle as !
(are at th" he:,.;
j al ca ' :hat. rna'1'
I liked last year or"
"lever 'on tcur " i lie ?
. ii popirlar favoritt
tie- anii? e-epti:jn-
th;.- op'-nt the bi-st
all nm.-i' ai plays
r ri'm Ma d""
inaint and romaniic story. As for the. club nag just completed a speed boat a j"r-v- Xo iefense was made other
at great expense, expecting to get in '.ltian motions to nave me compiaiuie
iv, 9c tt ni!i!C! whioh wqo hnikhoH uuafehed. which were overruled. An
laiisic every bubbling note of the orig
inal score has been religiously retain
ed for the delight of American audi-
eiug j enres.
Feb 7 VY.
Ta iti ." with .'!
Feb. s Uiui
F( b 1
ii i ivi. other thincs. she learned the extreme-
11. Sotheru and Sothern- iy useful art of millinery. In fact,
pany in 'Ma'betli." Sis-a Weilman is the proud possessor
rl a A.- I.ueK hi r's "priti of ;l medal from the Drexel Institute
'l.irtuerit" Wright. tor efficiency in that very useful call-
.lai:u in "Llevi.t ,:ig a Although, a St. Louis girl, it was
in Philadelphia that Miss Weilman
wars educated, and it was shortly af
m r receiving her diploma from the
Ir-i'i in.-ti:.ute that she became im
d wi'ii tlie iimbition to become an
act.--, ss. Miss Weilman intimated to
h-r pecnle that her future plans ln-
1 oily of 'he Circus."
The old lioni. .-read '"
i1 a'el 11' Kit:: ' M tr:i-i 1 1
L' :.'. arid
inch class, although one of the said : Alut ",litu . -um.u
boats comes w ithin two inches of do- jin ,he ilsos were alln08t dentlcal w-lth
ln go j those introduced ia that of a w eek ago.
George Schreiner of the Dubuque wn A1UF.rma" Kearney was u,
with a cylinder displacement of 765.4 j appeal will be taken to me appenate
cubic Inches. The new classificat ion j court.
shows that he Is unable to enter the I
S00 class owing to the fine of 12H; P?r j
cent on two cycle motors, and there- j
fore cannot enter any class excepting i
the 1.300 and free for all, in both oil
which he must compete with such!
boats as Baby Reliance.
When the Dubuque delegates appear
ed at the St. Louis meeting they were
given assurance by the racing commit
teemen that the classes as they saw
them would be retained. Through oth
er sources, however, the committee
men were later influenced to adopt the
1. The lette rs of each of the words
described may all be found in the
word "Darner." 1. A man's name. 2.
Close ;it hand. 3. A cognomen. 4.
liehead a coarse file and leave
a poisonous serpent.
:!. Hehead a pointed metal article
used to fasten things together and
leave to be indisposed.
4. Change, "lamp" to fire in four
moves, changing only one letter at
;. ieit the rit.g.
I' as an uninteresting fi;ht to
' ; tell There was too much bulling
: .ii! w i e,.t liii'. with infighting, which
i be average spectator does not care
to nee rtrown was accused of holding
upeatedly and the hisses which this
f -rt of work drew from the spectators
"as due to the fact that the spectators
'I'd int understand his stvte of fight-
i) r. poivi .
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AT THE ILLINOIS.
So -:-n will
tou ' I row n : ::
a collector In the reporters' room on i each move, and with each move make
the first of the month. The announce- ! ;l word commonly used.
ment of this one act should be made! r. How can you change a pumpkin
in "stare head" type with tli- tis? of j into a squash?
red. white and blue ink. for Adair and j ANSWERS.
Hkkey o'ershadow the remainder of j 1. 1. Kern 2. Near. 2. Name. 4.
the show like unto the manner in Area.
tl a stage career. Objections were 'which the Singer building would tower 2. Rasp.
j'rei.uon.s, hut. the young woman, with ! above a humble switchman's shm.ty i N-ai".
th ' r-ame enthusiasm that made her j on the Kock Island Southern. I 4. Lamp, IamE, FaraE, FaRE,
:-e at the institute such a success. Miss Hickey plays ractime on thoH-'iltK.
M f'l ii n- t'v?
i in a o-i r'j
I ;-i !:
h r.i ale! .ii -led
t' !. r in
I'll! ' .e r !' : p l l ey have t nil.
1" is trn h Cree covered up con
i.iif.ily and would not box at Ioiik
'i ::e. In a'.l bis battles, P.rown bors
, from bell to 1 ell nnd depends on
M punches to so waken an oppce
ut that he can land one of his wild
chibby, on the other hand, g-ive a
. it exhibition of the manly art He
hix'cd more speed and cleverness
! ..n in his battle with Brown a year from th"
mill M nunrhes wrm better timej acco.il". of
i c ..mi.
'1 eliif s aetOI S 11
n on the A:.;- i '.
ir 'ol'i.irers J i ;
i Mc-:n th- r, r-
::.e!;t. at the completion of her course,
as wi:h Cyril Scott in "The Prince
cht.p." Her next was wish Louis Mann
r! ii siie has remained with him ever
Throw the pumpkin in the air
" will come down a squash.
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i ! hrtd more power behind them. onip n n, si. ,i
cinl.bv showed that 1. is a fuirwi'l I"-' 'i' "lie .,f i!,
. 1 middleweight by easily mak- piavs in !h.i i j.er'i.'-'
'v..: 1SH pounds three and a ba'f hours see.i m om ,,f 1 ss iur
I i fore tire flsht Me was In L-reit shupe roles 'n wl.icii hH l a.-
i ! 1 w:-s ns ftrore at the finish as In triumph T'.e . ur:a'. w
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.'a l it
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r O '1 ill
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W ". eU!T".L'.
t:: will !,
rno--- i,o; ;
'-. a::d ;",!
ai ' rai ! n
i a l.otahl
r.M- en rli
i.t to otk and enrolled at the piano until you wonder why you ever f.
American Academy of Dramatic Arts, j left the bright lights of Chicago and ; and
.-he graduated at the academy with i buried yourself in the back woods,
highest honors and her first engage- j Ragtime players are born, not made.
They are heaven's greatest boon Jo
mankind. Miss Hickey is v.reat. Too
much cannot be said of her work. !
When she launched into the "Ccnno.i :
,!:: , hold ng the record for young : uaU Rag" last night, several negroes
:. :-ig wonirn for length of service in tlie lt cent section fairly shrieked, j
!'.,orttng one star. In all the Mann ' :..nj ,i,e entire house rocked with up-1,
i-H'hs of th" last few seasons she j plause. Miss Adair is a petite and
i shared-and durina: all this time! winsome miss, who is an excellent!
. e as maue n,r own hats. team mate for Miss 1 i.ekey. Se sings
I ragUme with intelligence, and does 1
K si' St. Ieon. In the title role in i not o"rone her lines in the manner j ouard and Blossom Seeley, now In
ic Thom!:son"8 production of ,,,ivt..i hv Tehahod Crane iu teach -: Spokane, will majry here Wednesday
i I tae t rrcus. with its snecial t.. . u., dnn oehr.ni ot ssinr.nv Hoi- o
.-..cry and its trained rfllmals. aero- ow Furthermore, she has a person
: it ;. !;.in ba. '.; riders, takes possession nlitv. Ist night she gripped the a i
. :" ;' liiinois stage next Sunday. Miss j ;Pn(.P from start to finish and at the
.- Leon, it is claimed. Is supported j conclusion of the act both ladies were
l y ail the important members of the i f,..,i . rsnonrt tn snmp seven or
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Direct from six solid months in New York and two
months in Chicago.
WERBA & LUECHER PRESENT
In the greatest triumph of his notable career.
Elevating a Husband
SEAT SALE THURSDAY 9 a. m.
PRICES 50c, 75c, $1.00. $1.50, $2.00.
PHONE 224 WEST
list would not exceed that of Chicago
last year, when 692 five man teams
entered. He figured Toledo would just
pass the 500 mark. Last year Chicago
alone entered 250 teams. Toledo will
have 110 teams. Langtry estimates
the prize money at $30,000 for the
big event. Entries will close at mid
Louisville, Ky., Feb. 4. Thomas M.
Russell of Maysville, Ky., who has Just
been elected president of the Blue
grass league to succeed William Neal
of this city, hoies to secure the per
mission of the American association
to place a team in this city.
Cliattajnooga, Tenn., Teh. 4.
Baskette, the big right hander of
Manager Birmingham's Cleveland'
string, was seriously stabbed In the
face at his winter home at Athens
Tenn., Saturday night, according to
information received here. The die
patch states that Baskette will prob
ably recover In two weeks, without'
complications. The cause of the frao
as is unknown.
irnal "Polly of the Circus" company, j rurtain calls. Adair and Hickey
fact which assures a performance of
vrtiitiess and force.
mid. Me of the bout.
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To End Boxing In Tennessee. j 7,, ,',,
Vi-!itl!e. Tenn., Feb. 4 - "The ! ..
; ;..::i;nt nee given U f negro pugilist, rrea'ion a
., ... v Johnson. ind the fighting of n- ,ng a H.' ii' d
.r. c- ;:i the prize ring at home are j dert-rav a !ai
tie MirKS that are most responsi- ; ihint tf un ;-.i.
I '. fi r tlie bill to repeal the '.aw al ;s purls. !v t.v
; ine prize righting," ws the s'ate
tie of H'ate Senator Horn, who on Wei!:i an :s ' a: a',ie M
I hnlf of the Memphis de'eRation. has Iwho ha- been ! ouis Munn's h
r .'reiiuced la the state senate a bill nenian for I' e last few reason
t 1 1 ud noxing in Tennessee. The who wili s'Mre h.-mrri wi
j..,..a:i-e will be followed by a similar . "Kiev a'.inp a H'is'land.'
1 '1 in the house and is almost sure tnirdav. is a cradt::r.
t.. Iiinir.e a ".aw. i Institute il: Pliilm'. IphM
N'-ia i-l liolis llei.-'."
-. 1 :ie can trim n r.iiil'ni r;
e. i 'e .'a l. tty in va
ns nicely as on.- iiii
1:1 ! ini; t ie, is b.inie-'!:lp'ir-ii:il
'It, 1,11' ti.'s
two 1 t r' niel v (j. fl'.'i-
it ;'.!(- of -a h.i I. l.fi
AT THE EMPIRE.
"Adair atid Hickey a Tevelation in
n.enme." This 1.5 the brief label found
:t: a remote corner of the F;mpire
theatre program, announcing act "F"
on the bin which Ib offered by Mana
K"r I)ol!y the first half of the weok.
The humble little announcement Is
r;.ti:er inconspicuous and Is surround
1 d by more flashy creations of the
printers' art which herald the advent
linn of painless de-jtlstry, confectionery,
and e'c. But this Is before Adair and
1 him in Hi. kev have appeared behind the foot-
to come hi re , lights. After these charming young
of the I trexci : women hav finished their act that
wr.ere, among j program announcement looms up like
will please you. By the way, 'hey
come on about 9 p. m. each evening.
Mile Marguerite's lions perforin
various stunts which are pleasing to
many. The Great Richards, a fcuiaie
impersonator and toe dancer, pre
sents a decidedly pretty act. He con
cludes his act with a serpentine dance.
Dolliver and Rogers, singers and danc
ers and the four Herculanos sisters
hursday if no legal obstacle pre
vents. .Miss Seeley yesterday wired
her New York lawyers to learn if the
divorce decree secured by her former
lijsbaitd, Julius Cuhan, last month for
bids her marriage to the Giant pitch
er. The pair yesterday declared they
would have married on the day the
decree was granted but they were In
Canada and wanted to wait to get back
to the states. Rube's name was men
tioned by Cahan In his suit. Plans
lor the wedding call for flashlight
photos and moving pictures to outdo
Hie Hat Nelson ceremony. Rube ln
Mstj he has quit baseball and roasts
Richards, Female Impersonator, Appearing at the Empire
7:7.,;v;f -t ;t'. I ?$m.& fe-v.;
' r- ; -A V4; a tte ' ''faffirtf :
: - . tn& Jim -' 4
- 7 j? 5 ! - i .',.1.'. '-LJU-hf s t'Mi 'i
LI 7." -- i.i rivy.."''- l:- - - J -- " - .va-' t.'.-"?.:'..'yi
round out the bill. 1
I Tmbuque, Iowa, Feb. 4. If plans as
TEARNEY IS TWICE FINED immature materialize. Nutwood
. ipark. the only mile track in Iowa, will
Assessed $20 In Each of Two Cases i ,he BCPn of a bi8 ra:e meet Aug.
2i-'.0. Although a constant downpour
of rain last year made Impossible a
single performance on the four day
schedule, the men behind Secretary
Baldwin of the Nutwood club are not
discouraged. It is planned to hang
up a string of purses that will at
tract the lierst trotterB and pacers in
the country. In addition to the regu
lar events a novelty in the form of
iiiht. running races is in prospect. It
i '? proposed to string the track with
I electric lights.
F M P I R V
Special for three day3 only
"ALL STAR GIRL SHOW"
5 Different Acts 5
Nothing but girls on this
Phone West 708.
WVV MOW THS
Every Afternoon Every Night.
LE BALLET CLASSIQUE
NAT NAZARR0 & CO.
BELLE BAKER ;
O'NEAL & WAMSLEY
I CHAS. & ADELAIDE WILSON
FRANK & TRUMAN RICE
IORPHEUM CONCERT ORCHESTRA
! MATINEES 25c.
j EVENINGS 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c.
Under 1 O'clock Law.
Chicago, Feb. 4. Alderman Albert
R. Tearney, proprietor of the Auto rale.
East Thirty-fifth street and Calumet
avenue, was fined $ 2 each in two
FOR LAGRIP AND MALARIA
MO BITTER TASTE
New York, Feb. 4. By winning two !
adjourned games in the international
rl ifsiiiiisiers' tournament yesterday, '
one of them by default, Frank J. Mar- j
hhiii'.. I i.ited States champion, roov-,
ed up past Jaffa into second
B.ini a total score of,
t:i 2. o rcne point less than that ,
of Jos.. R. Capabianca, who beads the i
, list with lo to 1. Marshall defeated'
Morrison of Toronto after 75 moves,
Au'le Whitaker, realizing that he had ',
a losinir position, defaulted. The !
1 iJ.ay of yesterday was given up en- '
ur!y to adjourned erames. Chajes
and .la now ski arain drew, hut Chajes
xoved up a point into the scoring .
ween Itubinstem forfeited to him. This j
places Chajes in fifth place with a!
s.cre of j,M'n gnu.es won and four
i !ost- - j
' To!.- io, Ohio. Feb. 4 Arriving here j
!:ii- S iuday niiit A. I., l-angtry, sec- ;
: reiary of the American Bowling con- 1
i tress, tald he thought the ljli entry j
L . , .7- ;;.,7 -. C
Scientifically combined, pure QUI y INK, pure WHISKY.
NO SUBSTITUTES USED
Taken before meals restores appeti'e, taken before retiring lnvurea
sleep. A good medicine to keep in the house. A NATURAL TONIC
Protected by U. S. r giatered ljbf;, to imitate is felony. Put up In
bottles only and sold by all liquor dealers.