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CUBS ARE BACK
IN FIRST PLAGE
Three Victories Over Stock
Leaders Break Tie Which
TRICITT LEAGUE STANDING.
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, MARCH 7. 1913.
P. W. L. Pet.
Cubs 6 44 22 .687
Plow City 66 43 23 .622
Moline 66 36 30 .645
Bachelor! 66 36 30 .645
Cross Country 66 21 45 .318
Btock Leaders 66 18 43 .273
No more are the pennant winning
Cubs and the Plow City club of the
Tri-Clty Bowling league tied for first
place. The Cubs too all three games
last night In most decisive style from
the Btock Leaders on the St. Julian
alleys, thereby getting on first shelf
with one tilt to the good.
Two games went to the Plow City
club on the Moline alleys where the
Cross Country squad furnished the
opposition. The Bachelors hung up
two wins from the Moline team on
the Hsrms alleys. Th latter two
teams are now even. Thorn gren was
the star bowler of the series, slam
ming the pins for a score of
which Is one of the highest to be marie
riy any bowler of the league this sea
son. Balzmann of the Tubs also marie
a grand rush toward a big score when
he rolled 134 in his first tilt. 205 in
his second game anrl 381 in this third,
ringing up a total of f.SR. Thu prores
J. fVirh 173
Vsn Etten 136
lira the Tvh
Of the Mo
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EGE TAflLORlNG COM1PKNY
Remember the name and location. T. H. HAEGE, Prop. Rock Island.
NOTE Come in tomorrow. Easter will soon be here.
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854 7 855 258
Uleuer 140 151 153 444
Ifllrlf 156 150 16 470
Van Hecke 120 17'i 146 436
Fcbwecke 175 105 207 4S7
Johnson 140 190 174 504
731 766 844 2341
Woolen 133 163 17S 474
i'oln 13o 171 16 447
Ford 146 134 inx
Kwem-en 102 183 ISO 525
Crafiutid 15S 154 183 495
729 R05 75 2329
Mueller lftl 134 158 483
Shll 182 191 159 531
Collins 148 128 176 452
Lnu 1f,l 133 134 428
I'.oantree 191 151 179 521
873 736 Sufi 2415
KtmifW 206 194 149 549
I Jinrrhill 191 119 169 509
K warn-on 177 lii" 308 415
Thorrgrrn 22o 183 187 590
Van Uriel 179 1C7 144 490
973 823 757 2443
F. Wich 143 1.9 19 431
E Wicli 121 140 157 412
II Winkler 120 in 169 440
.T. Wirh 155 185 149 4S9
II Wich 213 143 188 544
Paris'an comedy from the pen of Mar
cel Jarvier, Frenchy In flavor, tune
ful In muMc and mirthful in situations, j
!t is presented by a company equal to!
any seen in this city this season. The !
story of the diversion concerns a I
count and his son who fall in love i
with a girl and her mother: the count
proposing to the 17-year-old girl, while
the boy proposes to the more-than-(ioubli
-that matron. Neither couple
Inows of the other's affair, and both
e'.ope. intending to he married in Paris
that afternoon, but Aristlde Leveque.
proprietor of the "Pink Pood'.e"' inn.
rendered drsptrat.e by bad business,
(trews t he road with broken bottles,
to attract motor traffic, and succeeds
beyond his wildest expectations, with
the eloping couples as his first vic
tims. Complications may be imagined
' asi!y. Thty follow rapid'y and each
with a lauph for the audience. Of
fourse, there is a happy and wholly
ratlsfaetory consummation to this 1
.;;-,adrarg!e tangle, and the arrival at
ihis Ii Dnle the last, act moves merrily
to its cheerful climax. The prologue
's beautifully stagsd in a ror.e garden
W. H. Vedder Empire
58 796 2316
March 3 to 9 -Howman Stock con.
pany in repertoire.
March 12 Rental.
March 14 Return engasemer-t
March 15 "Mutt and Jeff."
March 16 Verba and Lucsrh-?'?
"The Rote Maid' with Mizrle Hajos.
March 22 -"The Tr.:il of the Lone
March 23 "The Ror.emian Girl."
March 29 "The Servant In the
March Z0-Eddie Foy in "Over th
Performances d;.ily at 2:45 and 8:15.
Orphcum vauiiivllle -Performances
dally at 2:30 and 8:30 p. m.
AT THE ILLINOIS
A novelty in musical off rings !
"The Countess Coquette." which
comes to the Illinois for a return en
gagement a 'k from today. It is a
" rcene Pretty sentiment in song and
love-making, with excellently trained
ch'iri'4 and delightfully charming mu-j
Kic constitute its attractions. L form? 1
a novel an 1 delightful prelude to tUt- J
farci'ul entertainment that follows.
There has been a real sense of artis- j
tie effect exercised In the designing of I
the costumes and the scenery. The
whol production is harmonious and at
tractive to the eye. The company "s
an unusually high clars on" with
Knox Wilson in ihe leading role. Mr. i
W'.lron has starred in "The Hurgoinas-1
ter." "The Iind of Nod'- and "The!
Silver Slipper;" Vera Alien, known as I
tli" .American Trentini." was prima
donna soprano last season with the!
J Cliintyo Grand Optra company: Maud
Williams whs prima donna w:th Ray- j
mend Hitchcock and "KiuK Itodo." j
i Templar Saxe with th original New!
; York production of "Piff, Paff. Pouf," 1
i "The Earl and tbe Girl." and "The
(Jay Musician:' Harry Fauli with "A
istutiborn Cinderella" and "The IU-art-
; breakers." and Kmile Croix with
the Royal Grand Opera company of
of : Berlin.
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Efforts Still Being Made to
Bring Carl Brown and Harry j
Hartmann Together. j
In response to a number of inquir
ies, the Illinois Athletic dub an-
w-hen Brown wired that that date
v.-culd be O. K., but a few hours later
a messsage came from Burlington that I
I'irtinann had another match for that
eveirrg and would be unable to come
here. It is -iow probable that the two
win not. get together before the last
v.-fc.k in March.
Both Burlington and Water'oo are
anxious to stsge this bout. Hartmann ;
is z keen favorite in the lower river i
r and tbe enthusiasts there in- .
sift tbat if their idol is going to meet
a m?'i of Brown's calibre that he
oul't to have a chrnce on his home .
crc-.-.nds. The Waterloo h:Ts are eaual- '
nounoes that it still has hopes of bring- !y s.)Tllg for 1he ..,pelnent. and the !
ing Carl Brown cf Waterloo aid Harry i Hi nr.ls club is as a result compelled j
Hartmann of BurHnsuon together in ! to bid against the other two. j.
a finish wrestling ma'cii at the 1 1 1 1- I The argument which the Rock Is- I
nols theatre m Rock Island ocfore the ! latid organization has used should be a
mo-nin is out. Though nothing defm-1 popular one. On account of the great,
ite has yet been done, negotiations arc j 3 ivalry that exists between Brown !
still on and promise to be successful, nnd Hartmann for the middleweight
The delay has been due to the fact J tit e cr the inidlla wesl, it seems fit!
that the rival wrest "c-rs have been tin- that they phouid meet on neutral '
able to agree on a date.- Both grap- , pround, and t.he Illinois theatre '
piers are in constaat detnaud. Ar-cord pcenis to be tha proper 8PCt. It is'
ingiy, it has been found thus far that', a certainty that if Cie grapplers clash'
a date thn' is agreeable to Brown j in the trl-cities. they will draw a
is not agreeable to Hartmann and j largs house, as the fans are aixious
vice versa. It seems a certainty that j to 6ec Brown sent uu against, anjip.po-.
they would clash next Tuesday light j nent who Is 'thought to bo his master.
Worshipers at. th-.
pat ion have oftinih
two r,ini;3 wh'r-ii bait
:.!irine of synco-bi-n
thrcughout tli" io;rai:y r: r:i:. c
cla.'s'cs. T!:s-y are 'A', .Ni '!.( Ixr..
atld "S(i::e cf Th-'s l a;;;." V'!i',l
the latter v.-cs frst i r!. the big
lifiS grabini ii vi'h avidity. Ins'J '
Rockfcrd. 1!'.. March 7. --Applir itio i
was made yesterday for a caarter for
the Rockford baseball club, which will
erect a new park and finance the pres
ent Rockford team of the Wibcorisin-
Illinois league. The capital s'ock will
jwaiii r knew whereof he spake. Brooks I
is or.e of th mcst versatile entertain- Blooming rraine, Minn.. March
ers that has ever appeared on the lo-! t'd Swlener. catcher, and Richard Ol
ea! 1 oa-.dE. Asa black-face comedian man. outfielder, of this city. hav. mpi-
l;rto'. b j-rcyped out before the foot- j
l'frlits uuiil he disappeared in the! Mason City, Iowa,
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ECrecm. I41St ntgnt the ailUl-.u e rvrrunun vvru.:i as- ucm- 1 - - :
cs convulsed from tbe time '. tion cub. j brok " indoflr ,r"P shoeing rec-
1 eras in winning the amateur innoor
. j championship if the I'nited States, !
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is given an ovation and ' Benson of Manly has signed with the
i tcoring 100 straight In the final round.
An excelUm German play wll be
given at th Illinois March 23. by the
well known troup of the New York Ger
man Theatre company. Tbe tills of
the play is "I)er Eintageprl::7.." mean
inp "Prince for One T;ay.'- The play
has met, with great success on the
s'aees of Germany aud in a number of
American cities. Actors who have an
eptabliehed reputation here and abroad
have been brought together In this
r!-y. The p'.ay is a farce comedy
"Ein r'rkom'Echer Schwank." es tl: .
Grrtnars say. P.o'oert I'rger, form ;'v
director of the Roy al Theairc. Ha:
ncver, Germany, who is nirr cc-nnecVu
with the New York Gernifn Theatre
company, vouches for the mtrits of 1. 0
I "The Servant In ih House." which
.f 4k rir.i-- ! a-') tV-" .--: i-l pt-v M--'r
cafe, rr-taiii.int. r.-.iiikp'Vr iaV rsncndcd to so.e eight or ten rur-1 Columbus American association team 1 " "" ""'
... .on- nw ,v,.r,n : i,. .i.k r-.i ' I sions Spctis, who was a member of
Al' 1 Wii 1 v. . I 1- 1 ii iri.i . i (OA.' ni. '. :i . I J . . r . uiituna mB iiir ii.uu o-i. iimiuhj uao 3i:icrvi iiiiir;u.I.
The puil e fairly hr:v.-!rd for it. Tr.it talks h!s for.es for the most part. He' Rapids.
was sevrr.! cr.rs ""i. A the time is an c scrip. tit rinper for the famous,
whfn "Sorr.j cf The;:' Dais'' was r.- P.r r: Vv iliian-.s. Sedate orchestra chair i Boston Marr-b 7 .Rav Crllitm tbe
only vefran southpaw of the Red Sox
joying the rreatf-M, popularity, ;he patrcus. v, ho ordinarily sit stifly back
writer h"j.p :ied to drop into George an 1 mitrnii r "make me laugh if you
Silver's famous Riaito cafe'" in Chi- can." last nit.hr lest all sense of dig-
cago. An cbreoviD is liepr.-j waiter was ni.y an i fairly yeiicd when Brooks
in the act cf piio'ina a wij"i?deu vs- snvz "impofsiole." The Mack-face
sel towards a table at v.iiirh were scat- man is also a mighty d?ver dancer.
team, has failed to renew his contract.
Officials of the local club have an
nounced that they have abandoned
hope of signing the Dig southpaw.
I'nless eomethine unforeseen occu;:i
d a fcav prcup of rve',ers. Suddenly His ic animate, Clarence Bowden, was tne champions will siart the season
ou'.ipaw 11 t.ie
j the winning Olympic team, made a run
: of 123 without a miss. A. L. Burns
land A. B. Brickiirr tied for second
Ipl'e with f)4 eath. Burns won the
Mr. Wilson, who will be recalled i 1
his excellent work in a number iO
comedies in recent seasons, is leading
comedian in "The Countess Coquette,"
a delightful Parisian musical farce
which comes to tbe lil'noiH for a re.
turn engagement March II. The play
made a decided hit 011 Its first visit.
! here, and doubtless will lie warmly
New York. March 7.-Sir Thomas j '"' JtntM'
l.iptcn's challenge fur the American's
the pip. no man !a::;i"hej inti' h- f,i:
The burly jenrga:Ja in. olunrar'ly
dropped the ail of t .iru.areant; to the
floor ar.ii launchrd in d an clj p;nnta
ion rhuffle. r.-hiie the crod att'.aud
ed and fi b'.iy Cccrpe SUv-r fazed
dr.grrs a; lr:-. i.-.ithiS servant. T.-.'i
rag ronciudeJ. the negro rrabbeu up pie be:wefn capital and labor
his fr.r-aken v. :n, ai. l r. i.h a little rtac.?d bv fompe:?nt actors. A big
fhriek.' f!-.'.-.:ed : "Htri. dr-re's one sioni: novelty will interest tbe chil-
If You Are Going West
by all means And out about the special low one
way Colonist arcs on sfale daily, March 15 to
April 15. You can save a neat sum of money
by going at that time.
The Burlington is the through train route to
the Northwest and the through car route to
Come In and get your copy of our Colonist
folder, telling all about these fares and the
'.'ii.g certain, do guy what wroie da
or,g suiiunly r.evah wes r.o oce-ahnvd
Sheltiin r.:o:'..?. t'.ic rcr.irrrrr. in r.,t
a cnp-axiurd rran. and a v't'.t to the
I'mp're will jiove that the CUica:?o
'II yesterday, but t.ie management , without a
ricn::sc? t!:at he v.i'l be oa hand this j outat.
Ther arc cliier good things on the Detroit. March
A. V.'-iil H. Yedd?r and company pre-1 jjottcn had a s rs'n
sfnt a i-;.'e'.ch cr.tit.ed A ( ry in the j Brannigan in eight rounds at
S'-ih:" the '.'.-.fine of which is a s:rug-iBOr Wednesdav ni'ht.
It is ! . .
Atlanta. Oa.. March ".-Fighting
like a champion. Frank Whitney of
dien. 1 ixre is an o4.l wltc.i. the caul-1 cedar Rapids, Iowa, won by a mile
'rc:i. tii fairy, and all the rest. Twojover Battling N-laon at ta Aui'tor
' t :rnb'- r3 are far above the avarage. ium 'ednoda nigiit. It was agreed
Tne rt-.ura ? ftraight vaudeville is a ; beforehand the bout was to 1 a no
rir-ided change for the better arid was i decision contest, but there .;ae not a
murii appreciated. 'dissenting vote in ti.e b: huupe.
cup was received by the New Y'ork
Yacht club ye-;-rday. Secretary Cor
macU d''t lined to make public the
text cf liie cUr-lknge or to cominent
on it in any way. It would be con
hidererl hv the men:b:rs of the Hub.
Fbatle over Patsy ! ,:,, ,.,, ,..
Whether the members would hold a
special meeting for thispurpose or
tike it up at their regular meeti-ig
March 2", he said, rrrted entirely with
the executive cemmitue.
- Al Jf lniont of
COMMITTEES TO MEET
AND TALK CONSOLIDATION
Committees representing the poul
try organizations of the three cities
will i;a-hei- 'h's 'vo'iic ni x o'clo:-!!
a! Hi . M. .Myers optical roorue on
Kighleenth street f r r Hie purpose of
formulating a n'ati for eoiisolidatinn;
the asi-:o iatiens in the Intcri-Kts o
"harmony and a big phow." . .
Harper's Magaz ne c:.'.l- ' the most re-, occ-.rred during one single morning in
' MB I
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D. OGDEN. Passenger agsnt
F. A. RIDDELL. Ticket agent.
Phone Old West 8S0.
inarkab'.e p'ay ii th9 Er.giibh ia :
guag" aid which th New York F.v
er.ing Fes; rays is "the prcater drs n.
cf the tvnera'Ion." will l,e j-.r;sen'ei
a the I.iir.o's March C9. "Tt Ser
vant in the HousV was produced in
New York o" the Savoy theatre and
ran for r.carh- a yesr. rlayicg to ;
crnwi'ed ho'tp" evn throiprout the
:n:cnse hat the s-:rnrr.fr ntr.nths.
rir.ee tha' ti c it. ha? b??n prrsm-! d
in Chicago. S?.n Francisco. B:;ten.
I'hi'.adeiph'a. ar.d other large cities of
this country, ar.d in London. Berlin
ar.d Yieura. cn the continent. Every
where it Las teen nratiimcieiy j; re
claimed by tee critics the most 'nr.rcr -at
contxiouiion to the ptag3 that hzs
been seen with:n th? memory cf the ,
present day theatregoers. The ctn-:
tral character cf the play is a Hindoo. 1
whom many critles cail a reincarua- j
tion cf Chris. The plaj."- is. however, i
entirely moi:-rr:. Its scenes are laid i
in England and tb? events ci th?
faiaous o'oory are supposed to have j
I Iulsville, Ky . M-.r
den. manager of the
j holding his own Wednesday night
Lindinrn to Coach Iowa Squad. lhe doctors were much encouraged.
Ir-a City. Iowa, March 7-Vive ' However, some alarrais: tpli'?bra;;;i to
I.inientan of Char es City, Iowa, for-1 Priest that Haycen was Ayii.z. snj
mer'y pc'.ier of the Boston Nationals, i th clergyman hasten"d to the ho't-1.
as rhr.ti coach of the Iowa univers-! When be entered the room Haydn
ity baseball team. became grea'ly agitated 8nd suffered
; a relapse, and hi8 condition is stiil
- - - cr;tra-
Reinstates Dahlgrcn of Reds.
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i ' i.uicinnau, .Marcn i.--ine national
1 New Y'ork March 7 -The Cr.i'eH . baseball cotnmiHtitnn esterdav rein
f3tat'ea lemue of ba.-ebal'. club was .e-1 Hahlgrta 'ot On.
, . , cinnati. Dihl;,'ren failed to report tfl
organised last n.gilt w.U, eight clubs tLe ,n anJ arniu,(, ,,aVf
in ihe circuit. William A. Whitman, ; lng played with a semi professional
Pa., franchise, j team. He was fined $1:5.
F M P 1 R F
A Empire Orehettra
C Mctlcn Pictures.
C Fslis ar.d Fails
D Maniey & Sterling
E Will Verder A Kate Morgan
F Sherlton Brooks & Clarence
G Th.-te Waynes
H Motlcn Pictures.
Crtier seats new. Phone W, 708.
1 ?t. I-ouis. March 7. - Ray Rroncn of :
Indianapolis knocked out Leo K'!y
of St. lx)uis in the second round of a '
: scheduled eieht round bout Ydie-;-
day nizht. In t'ie "firat round Ksliy
knocked Urcnton down. Hrcron s.irt-i
; ed the secard round f,-:th a r tp'.i nr;tl
; this third p-jnih brought do--n the '
: local fighter for the count of 10. ' Kid ' j
t Peppers, a local featherweight, won ;
j the decision ov?r Eddie Menny cf Son j
, FYanc'sco. Arlos Fanning cf Okl.v ,
; Lena and Francis Hennessy cf 3t
Louis fottht six rounds to a craw.
I owner of the Read :.g.
l i. ..a. k Hay-, was elected president. Tbe cities In
Col&ri.?. WPs'fVr. Uiia vr V... Vnrlr V....-1,
N. J., lirooklyn, Ph:isdIphia, Balti
more, Va::hir.gt.,n, Lynchburg. Va.,
and Read tig, ra. 'Hie season, it is
?nncunced, will start Miy 10 end dose
Sept. 16. The sr'neduie, which will
be r.nnounced in about 10 diys. -wi 1
consist of 120 games. Th I'nited
States league was orzaiiized last year,
but played only a prf cf its schedule.,
It is no: protcrfi jjy the ruies of or
. Archer's Mother-in-Law Dies.
Prone, lowa, Marcn 7.--Mrs. Ru:
zanne Stark, mo1 lier-in law of Jimmy
Archer, catcher for the Chimgo Cubs,
died yesterday, following an illness ol
several men!".;. Mrs. Archer reached
here yesterday. ;
Racing at Porter Certain.
Vaiparsi.ro, Itid., March 7. It can be
stated almost positively that rac'ng
rl 1 be resume J at the I.Lreral Springs
rz.cn track not lat-r than May 1. The
legislature is depended upon for a
rao'jig bill which will remove the
probability of action cr armed In-;
tcrftreaca by the state militia. It is
' trcderetccd that til obligations agains?
the course will be tettled and suffi-;
cient capital enlisted to Insure tbe I
York, March 7. RaJpb. L. success of the ineetmg.... . ,
Here Is another great special.
"Death ar.d Resurrection"
or "From Pope to Pope."
In Two Keels, also
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