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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, THURSDAY, ATRIL 10, 1913.
PHILS OPEN RAGE
WITH A BLANKING
Spaton Whitewashes Infanta in;
Contest Marking the Early
Opening of Park. J
Brooklyn. N. V. Apr.-. 1''. Philadel
phia beat Brooklyn in the special open
ing tram of the. National league sea
son, which marked the formal occu
pation of Ebbets field yesterday. A
cold, raw wind kept the attendance
down, but did r.ot affef the players,
ht) put up a remarkable liaMie. both
Ra'on and Rucker puttied brilliant
hall, the Quaker be.t;nK the tar south,
paw !n a 1 to 0 shu'nu.
Rer.ny Meyer, the heavy h 'finp re
cruit from Toronto, lost the came for
In "Bought and Paid For" Illinois
Ruckr ir the first i.m.s
ou;. Knahe doubled to rsk.it. r
muffed Iobert'g fou: i:. the sun:..- Id.
hut StT.rel made a sensational -iwh
of a long fly fron The pah.e hst'tc;-.
Then Meyer muff'-d Maict'K fly. lei
tit K Kr,ab- in Ph the only run rf 'he a m
ror.tect. Stengel added to hi.s n put I
tion by grabbing Iolan ' single and I
cutting off Magee by a great throw n I
t h e p i a e '
Nei'l,"r k de scored thereafter.
P.ilfk'T HS 'aken r,u' in the eigrrh,
v hen. with one oiit. Fi.-I,er jinil M:l-:
l'-r made srratch hl'p Ca'lahan j
ent !n as a pinch barer. The mr,s:l j
tii'" fo-ced Miller, bnd S'e;.g 1 waB
u' oh a corking s'op by Doolan Tir's j
vhm Il-ookl n'e best chance to score, i
Raton plVhd the first ;r: and !
thoued good form.
I ri opening cerrrnrn;ei nr-e :m
prt-t.nl-e be two teams ai du.g .-ro
the t!..!(J. 1 ended by a h..r.d. u:.d B'-r-rrvigh
President Alfred K. S'.-cth j April
tlirw o'lt the first hull
T"- - - ' irTilWTT IB ntT" r 1' j
11 ?v r i
I LUCK FOB BRITISH
IN YACHT CLASSIC
Challenger Four Leaved Sham
rock Thirteenth Time for
ta-n wl-i. I.jlver Neil Vha!eri iione!as described by Alfred H. Brown of
of the "ar,c- i tjii: rac rh. disK'i.bed as ! th Rmntivt, iniitm. nf i. ,
uolii.u'x; vi ni 'o nuu oil-
enceg, in his lecture at ilie Fine Arts
theatre, Chicago, a few week a ao. It
j was the fourth of a strtee of six leo
jtureg by Mr. Brown on '"Significant
: Plays of Purpose," delivered under the
auspices of the I'n'versity Ietture as-;?oc!a-Ion.
-In the first place," said
Mr. Brown, "George Broadhurst ha
iwr:tt-ti an excellent play, which is
1 inarveiously well constructed and full
j of the keenest interest for the theatre
j?T. I cannot, imagine, anybody faii
iir.it to !.e in:, rested. Hut the ulav is
Ixndon, April 10. "The luck will
all be with us this time. The chal
iantrer is the four leaved Shamrock
while the New York Yacht club will
be defending the America's cup for
the 13th time," said Charles E. Nich
olson yes't-rday. .'ichci-ou is to de
sign the Iipton boat which win seek
to win hack for the British the Amer
Th! will not be Nicholson's first
connection with the contests for the
cup. His yards at Gosnort were used
"o dock the original America when
it was ur.der repair.
Nicholson added yesterday: "I wih
to correct the unfortunate impression
prevailing in the United States that
I am afraid of a i"J-foot yacht, i oe
lieve I could build one which would
cross the Atlantic ocean safeiy. But
a 75-footers, which under present con
ditions is as large and expensive as
the 90-footer of 20 years ago, is the
boat which prudence and reason dictate.
We Have Explored the Coal fields
and know there is no better coal than the coal
we sell. We know our coal is superior coaL
CLEAN BRIGHT LASTING
Prompt, Reliable Service.
Sand, Gravel and
Telephone W. 699
Edward Naven, Mgr.
I ro..NS'r? American life
BAR GIRL DRIVER
In Lecture bv Charlea Kd-
j April 14 Wilham A. Brady presents
; 'pocshf and 1'aid For." directly from
i the Princecfi theatre. Chicago.
I April K. - Rental b Agi.es Pope
April 1 "The Confession."
j April ;-. Joseph M. Gaites offers
illepry Kolker In "Our Wives."
the genius aud cleverness of Ameri
can designers. These, coupled with
the fact that all the conditions are in
favor of the defender, make the task
of designing a challenging vacht one
more than mere enter'ainment ; it is i of the keei.tbt interest, calling for
a picture of a cotibicierable segment of every ounoe cf ability I rcay posesses.
Every character is true I "1 hope Gardner as well as Her-
i to life. We all know 'hese people, j reshoff will he given a chance to de
I 'Bought and Paid For' is still more ! sign the defender. If so, the pre
lt is not only a good play; u is a i liminary raceg will be almost as in-
I have the greatest admiration for; the shifting of Hal Chase to second! p
i genius and clevrneea a mfpi. ! ,Aar, n i yn,-,r in I "
means a tremendous Improvement in
strong drama, a sermon
preached on a great text
nothing so Kinificant as the relations
uf ma-n ai.d woman. It is Impossible
for this splendid play to he played in
vain. It must du good in the cause of
a higher purity in wedded life, ii; this
time of transition from old standards
T. E. Meyers,
Indianapolis (,tlt! Hanan in "Little Boy Blue.
5 00 Mile EMPiRn.
Grind Is Too Perilous. an,rs ' : r-
Af'rll i'4 Henry Y. Sagnve presents which fare breaking down to new stan-
terebtiDg as the final cup contest.
"I have already erected a shed at
the Gosport yards for the challenger
and have its plans wen under way.
I expect to launch it in April, 1514.
"I hope in case the America's cup
returns to the BritUh isles that the
result will he the formation of a coda
governing all international yacht rac-
STAGE IS SET FOR
ST. JOSEPH SHOW
First Performance of Big Vaudeville-Minstrel
to Be Given Tonight.
i wri' ten
In rj inri;i po) ; . Jnd , April P' - T. F
Mowth. sii'i-lay au'L'or, au'hor
i; for the stateinefit that the claims
cf M:.-n Vivian PrKcott f Ph-ladel-
I'hla. who says she has tti perm is- '
iion of 'he t-peedway inanae'r.i'tit to
drtvo in the n-xt S'hi mile, international ,
race menieriai are without found -ttion.
The speedway would never dream of'
lilloulng a w rtii;Lri to ccn.pete in an I
event as r'"U"Miic as ih- tlve century
frind. says Meyers. Miss Prescott. j
i'ho Is represented as being a Phllade'. I
"I'hla society rirl. af'er hiiving secured i
1h con-.en- ,f the Mpeedwav siii.uuge. i I'hiliKii'.phiii. Apr:l lit. Manager
lMMit. :s now a'ten.pti:," 'i Induce the j """in "f the I'liiliiet. nnid last niht
A A. A. to change its ra tig rules ; ''" w"uid mt 'raue any man on his
for her. ;team for ai.y of the Chicago plaxers.
Mish Prenco't's previti'is nicir.g ex-j
perlence iH said !.- tn l r :i t- rl n a pic KoclK-Mer. N. Y.. April pt. Iu the
lureHMiie ride Mie is allef-d t- Iiave , Nut i'.ht'.l Bow iitig association lourna-
Tr:-n Ti;.--,(iav mr.'it :he .!aitop of
' i '! -U.v. t::- iters iif the world's rec
ord cf :i.4'7. e::! iti'o tlie Ua.j in
five Tiian uiiisiou Tlieir score was
dards and ideals wh'ch are as vet ira- ! in
formed and chao'ic. Tlie play is one
45 I more evidence fliat we have reason to
I hope for a real and significant Amen
j can drama. William A. Brady has
'made ne hi deb'ors by producing this
exce.,et,t piece." The original Princess
theatre, William A. Brady's playhouse,
cast and piodiutio-n comes to this citv
nought and Paid For,- which comes j v nt hanged, direct from its six months'
to the Illinois theatre next Monday, i run.
AT THE ILLINOIS.
luhtedly one nf th bes; plays
in America." is the wav
Burns, who since his defeat three
months ago by "Harlem" Tommy Mur
phy, has been idle, will enter 'he ring
here April 16. His opponent in a in
round mi'ch will be Jce Aiievedo of
"It looks like a big time tonight" at !
the premiere performance -of the St. !
Joseph vaudeville-mlns-trel show at '
I St. Joseph hall. From present lndica- ,
t Ions a capacity house will witness j
me production, w hich promises to
URGING YANKEES ON
TO GET GOOD START
IVB O L B N' E
Friday Evening, April 11
Al. G. Field's
See the street parade.
Hear the band concert.
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1
Box seats $1.50.
' rs .
'he Georgian in a rough and tumble
light in a hotel here. Heport has It
ttiat. ( cob suflered no bodily
i... -i... ...
u'.i ui;u ws oorne wa;
P "sli',i t'l, April 1".- The thre"
hutlUed tu'tlc 'or the three cilohiotl
chanipionsirp of 'tie National Billiard l "spanked
1 league was t:iii-rned down, to two'
cities wlien I'll I.-tni'-h defeated St. I f-i, ;,., i in t tl
. . . . , i it'Crtiro. April 10. Artl Armstrong
,; ei-cnd gain.- was eiv, ri, u.....
Hirsch af'er ) hri i:ni; n imii-i of
night. Kddle Santrv
awarded the verdict after Armstrong
' he s. .. s Tuesday night,
.'t elm. ,i.a' ed S. Louis, bir.
;:i still can lie Chicago.
j milling before
i club Tuesday
C. p.-.itnH f Uis
er ,t h M;i in ice
national i-." is d-
April 10. Thomas
Angeles, joint hold
F Laugl.Hn of the
i. tiles r nam pu en hi p.
wi'l not pari ( ii-a'c m the pr- limin
ary Pavis ('.;;) n.a'chee in New York
.lime 6. 7 and V Business '.n'eres's
preent his making the eas'ern trip
a; 'hat i.tn.-.
Spartafishurg. S. (".. April pi. - Tak
ing offense at a remark which Ty
'Cobb, the Tiger holdout, made while
pitihing a game of ball for Ills barn
s'( ruiers ti this city. Ku'ledge Os
1( rne u 1 ege player who was coach
.i g ou t.he inird base line, engaged
. j . . .
una scjireu two Knockdowns, one in
the -ighth and another in the suc
ceeding frame. n Ai,- only prelimin
ary Frank ?z- knocked out "Young"
Ciisey, hith of Ch.cago, .,, !;e third
New York. April 1". David Ful'z,
rewiclent of the Baseball Players' fra-
'r y. .... . .
Manager F"rank Chan'e, $.'."),ef''j-a-year
manager of the New York Yan
kees, is henuitig every effort to give
his tet.nt a good start in tlie American
league race. The Yankee, which un-
: equal if not excel any similar efforts
1 by amateur talent. The final rehearsal
last night moved with precision, and
j every performer acted like a veteran,
I right off Broadway.
1 A better variety bill would be hard
to find. Between the first and second
acts there will be something doing
every minute. Movie fiends, who are
loa'h to miss a Eingle night at the
downtown temples of film amusement,
will be able to meet up with a bosom
i friend at the St. Joseph show. Im
i mediatf ly after the vaudeville show,
i and during the intermission, moving
pictures will be thrown upon the
I screen, thus obviating the long and
! wearisome waits which are usually a )
, part of a home talent production. For
I :ner pupils of SI. Joseph school, who
j have since graduated, will have some
polity fun poked in their direction,
1 as original cartoons, accentuating var
I ! tis eccentrii i; ies of the famous ones,
will he shown.
A well trained chorus of 75 voices
will add tone and eclat to the occa
sion. Music will be furnished by the
, ( ri'erion orchestra. The proceeds
i of the entertainment will he used for '
I the building fund. The show Itself j
; is well worth anyone's time and money,
i and every patron may rest assured'
i that he is aiding an excellent cause.
! lean Quinn annouoed today that the
i ci.rlain will go up tonight promptly
:at 8 o'clock and tnai tickets can be
j to cured at the door.
Seat Sale 9 a. m. Tomorrow
ii inwi iiixiiimiiwmm1 M.HHIWIII..PIH mil mil r ATI t i
The Dramatic Event of the Season.
WM. A. BRADY (Ltd.) Presents the Biggest
By GEORGE BROADHURST.
Coming to Rock Island direct, unchanged from its six months' run
at the Princess theatre. Wm. A. Brady's Chicago Playhouse with
the entire original Princess theatre cast and production intact.
PRICES 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
Seat sale Friday 9 a. m.
PHONE 224 WEST. Mail Orders Now.
j TEN YEARS FROM TODAY will you be any
Vcter off than you are now?
terrnty. jes'.rday sent a letter to der Wolver'ons management finished
President Lynch and Johnson of the last in the American league last s a
Natioua. and Anieri( an league, respec- I son, have to oin the season with
live itkln llii-Ml tr mi Ilu fl-'
Charter Now Open
You can get in on the ground floor for a fee of $5.00.
Dues 50 cents per month, no assessments.
$6.00 per week sick or accident. $100 death benefit.
Free doctor for member and family. Orphan home for
orphans of Owls. Free hospital at South Bend, Ind.
Pensions for needy widows
Handsome Club Rooms
To become a charter member call, telephone or write
C. E. Davenport, national organizer.
1827 Second Avenue. Rock 11 ard Telephone West 2545.
Office cpen until 9 p. m.
procdure in disciplining players. The
fraternity asks that piayers be given
a luaring before they are suspended
! after removal from the game bv the
umpire, and in cabe biich procedure
is impracticable that the men be given
au opportunity to file an affidavit ex
plaining their side of the case.
Frbana. 111.. April 10. I'uivereitjr of
Illinois rooters exulted yesterday when
Hubert W. Hoffman of Chicago was
elected capta'ln of the PJH basketball
ttam. 11' ffnia.ii played a gieat game
at guard on the orangr and blue five,
few goals being scored off hfni. As a
member of the varsity football team
his return means an unexpected re
cruit for Coach Zuppke's squad, as he
had at trst redded not to tome back.
i three weeks of play against Boston.
! Philadelphia anil Washington, the three
! leading teams of 1S12
I The Hew manager himself is in ex
jcelUm shape to give his men an exam
i pie of spirited leadership. He. is in
I better form, physlcaily, tJaan since
i ltn't'i. while he has altogether re.-ov-j
ered from the injury to his head whiih
i kept hhu out of the game most of last
year. Hi presei.ee at first base and
1. With the letters of the words in
capitals form a word to appropriately
fill the blank in the following sentence:
CAN I NOT SIT, O'GUKP, while lis
H niiig to our ?
'2. Behead was aware of and leave
i. What tree j the most unhealthy? I
4. Behead a crime and leave com
i. What flower is that whose first is
made by farmers and whose second is
n.ade by mechanics?
'1. K new.
4. Treason, reason.
THOUGHTFUL MEN consider what progress they are mak
ing they realize that in order to progress financially it is
necessary for them to set aide each week or each month, a
certain part of their earnings.
THOUGHTFUL MEN know that this bank is an exponent of
tafe and careful banking their savings are secure.
4 paid on deposits.
Make Our Bank Your Bank
H. E. CASTEEU President. M. S. 11EAC5 V, Vice Pres. II. li. Simmon, Ca X
Southwest corner Second aven ue and Eighteenth street.
F M P1R Vh
JL' THEATRE j
New York. April 10. --Manager
Frank Chance of the New York Amer
icans. ho yesterday disposed of
Pitcher 'Paddy" Green to the Ping,
burgh Nationals, today atitcuned that
he had let out five more piayers. He
has released Shortstop Douglas Har
bison to Chattanooga of the Southern I
leag je. Third Baseman John Priest to j
Rochester of "he !n'err.fa.t .oral league.
P.'- her George Davis to Jersey City
of the International league. Shor'sTop
FirVy to Troy, and Pitcher Gaiser t
Albany tf the New York State league, i
SERIES NO. 2
Tri-cities Big Vaudeville Shovt
Entire new show
Two Matinees Sunday
ANY SEAT 15 CENTS
Evening 10c and 25c.
PHONE WEST 7CE.
."I ii mi -v.; v n rvTHi i
, it-it"!. iiiinni,iiiii'f ..vr T
... ...... ''II'1 . 1 Hh ,1 -fff
addition, Moline, $1.
F. W. Dillon to August Wildertnu'h,
lots 1 and hhu k C, Projiei i park,
Alfred ;. Johnson to Marietta ).
Johnson part Mock Biigtiarn's addi
tion, Cordova, $1.
David H. Nelson to Chaih-s A.
-Sin'fh, lot 7. block 2, Wilson's suh-di-vis'on,
sectUiii t;, 17, iw, yr.nn.
Naiiio am) Dora l.inideen to S. Aug
list SatmielHon, lot '1 bloc k 4, KoHKiyii
addition, Moline. $i,un.
ilrant M liaswtt to Alma O. Dim
dahl, lot PI, block M, Kant Moline,
Sea'tle. Wash.. April 10 'Poly"
Griir.m. former national ama'eur
heavyweight champion wrsrler. at d
John Berg, national light heavyweight
champion, wrestled two hours to a,
draw here Tuesday
man securing a fall.
Roller Skating Bear
at the R. I. Rink April 10,
11, 12 and 13.
Saturday and Sunday
Iora K. Heck to Jeff Wright, lot 7,
block 3, 6011'heast fjnar'er, northwest ,
quarter, northeast ipiar'er section ,
17. Iw. $1. I
Elmer 'I. Blades !e. to Walter J. ;
Klockau. lo' I", blo'k 1, filakesiev g
Twelfth street addition, Hock Island,
J 1 ,'.
Caroline Fromm to Fred and Bertha
Wagers, jot '-, bhxk 2. Moiine Heigh's
Independent Wall Paper Cleaner
All work fully guaranteed satisfac
tory or no pay. Rooms cleaned from
SI up. Phone West 2:M7 D or drop a
Only a Few
Days More of
to the Coast
Oakland, Cal., April 10. F.-ani:e
postal to 311 Nineteenth street,
liand. H. HEDRICK, Prop.
i LILLIAN M. ROUNDS
g EXPERT CHIROPODIST
g Phone West 810-L.
5 1922.2 3rd Ave. Rock Island.
and intermediate points April 15, last day of sale.
Settlers' Fares each Tuesday in April to points in
Alberta, Manitoba, Montana, North Dakota and Sas
katchewan. or full particulars call on
MIS.S D. ODEN, Passenger agent.
F. A. RIDDEL. L, Ticket agent.
Thone West 6S0.