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TIIE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1.5, 1910.
Step by Step
It is the kind that will be
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by step you will surely ac
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is with this good strong
FOR LONG SERIES
Local Association Favors Mak
ing Four Trips Instead
DAVENPORT WANTS FOUR
Other Six Cities in League Apparently
Want but Three Only Six
Games Here in June.
The schedule drawn up for the
154 or ICS game schedule by the Na
tional league will have no influence
on this meeting, as the 154 game draft
now drawn up will be adopted unless
there is a radical and unexpected
change in th attitude of the American
I.odk Sramm for American Association. I
Chicago, Feb. 15. The American as
sociation held its annual schedule
meeting here today. There was no ob
jection to the adoption of the IGSgame
list which was given a trial last sea
son and proved popular with club own
ers. The schedule committee, compos
ed of Chairman W. H. Watkins of In
dianapolis, M. E. Cantillon of Minne
apolis and George Tcbeau of Kansas
City, submitted its draft to the meet
MEETING DAY SET
President Tearney Issues Call
for Magnates of Three-Eye
to Gather Feb. 28.
AT PALMER HOUSE, CHICAGO
Adoption of Schedule and Recommen
dations of Constitution Revision
Committee to He Considered.
J. Dougherty, Ossie Peartree, Arthur
Benton, Ted McGrew.
Catchers "Mut" Waters, George Ed
wards, E. J. Kelly, R. C. Coyle.
Strong; Behind Uat.
George Edwards will be back behind
the bat and he is expected to be much
improved. Besides Edwards, there is
Morty Waters, who came from the
Brockton club in partial exchange for
Pitcher Parkins. Waters is a catcher
of experience and It was the desire
to secure him for the Pretzels that
largely brought about the deal for
Parkins, about which there has been
so much comment. His special forte
Is handling young pitchers and with
BULGARIAN AND jRocky
POLE ARE EVEN Mountain
jMahmout, Though Losing the
Match to Zbyszko, Shows
the necessity of developing almost an
President Warren H. Reck of tha i entlre complement of boxinon ho w,ii
inc. Each ch.h no.-nor -na tu-en ... ri. to..,, be invaluable. Kelly, another season-
w - n - - i lwv fv lsmiiu ixiov uaa association re-' . . . - j it T .
couv to consider All anneai-ed ;ari. ! ... ! ed absorber of curves from the Eliza-
copy to eo.isuier. au appealed sati5- ceived nf)tjce from PrPsident A R . Atlantic lea-ue and
fied with the general outline of the1 . ' Dein 01,10 ln ln.e Allal'tlc iwnu , iuii
schedule but several rhana of minor ! 1 -'ey '"'" S ox tne date of , coyie, a promising semi-proiessionai
GO AN HOUR WITH NO FALL
Contest Fails to Indicate Clearly
Which Should Meet Gotch,
Though Pole Is Favored.
' i rain
Three-Eye league by Wilson Bering of importane were asked oy varIous ciub the next meeting of the league direc- j " Sterling. II!, will attempt
5 mould, ideal heart shnp, ?
( heart pattie !;
O tiling for your
Our ice cream individual
hearts, round molds with, indi-
vidua! heart center :uvl huVirt
Decatur and which was printed in The
Argus last evening, does not meet with
the approval of the local association
in one important respect at least. The
schedule calls for but three swings
around the circuit, whereas the Rock
Island club favors four. Mr. Bering in
his statement accompanying the draft
of the schedule says that only one city
asked to have the four trips, but Dav
enport made the same request that
Rock Island did, so that makes .at
least two which stand firmly for the
four swings around -the circuit.
Scrips Too Long.
Although the arrangements which
Mr. Bering has made for the opening
and the closing of the schedule are
very good and entirely satisfactory.
nnd the same can be said of the holi
BY MISTAKE OF
Chicago, Feb. 15. Struggling bitter-
lo ly for CO minutes of as active wre?t-
... . . . i. . i. . ., : , . r . H'n r ..... - !
It will be held Feb. 28 at the ;T ' ' " ; ling as ever has been seen on any mat.
., -,. ........ ussiff Mahmout, the Bulgarian, and
Palmer house In Chicago. The princi
pal topics before the league will be
the schedule and the revision of the
The curve-dispensing part of the
club received the most numerous nuin-
constitutlon. Wilson Bering's draft of ! ber of jolts in the matter of trades
the schedule will be presented and
either adopted or changed at the direc-
i tion of the magnates and the recom
j mendations made by the revision com-
Danville. Ill, Feb. 15. The Three-1 mittee. whlch consisted of M. H. Sex-
ioii oi mis cili, james i. iiayes or
Davenport and R. H. Johnson of Peo
ria, will be passed upon.
Delegate Not Appointed Yet.
Eye baseball league season opening
may be deferred by reason of a mis
take in a bulletin sent out from Au
burn, N. Y, by Secretary Farrell of
the national commission. This bulle
It has been so riddled that it is almost
unrecognizable. The only remnants of
the slaughter are Marshall, otherwise
Gordon, and Max Smith. But as the
boxmen were ln the ascendancy when
It came to leaving the club they are
also in the lead in the number of re
cruits. Of the 37 players signed. 18
of them are lingers. Outside of Mar-
it According to a rule adopted at the f sha11 and Rmith' L'oth of whm a7 j winner. It w
e-! November meeting, it is necessary for ! known to the fans from last yf ar- . " 1 Pole, for not
J i a ii V. V, r- a with .
Stanislaw Zbyszko decided their hand
icap match before a mammoth crowd
at the Coliseum last night. Mahmout
failed in his agreement to pin the
shoulders of the Pole twice ln the
hour and was declared the loser, un
able to get even one fall.
In addition to losing the match, Tus
siff dropped a side bet of $5,000 and
the $1,000 offered by the club to the
was a great night for the
only financially, but in
. - .. .... i tu-ir oro w i n i na nsir r- ci 1 1 u miiii ;
un announces me release ot 12 play- ; earn clun to piace credentials in nd tne clis thoy be- the way of prestige, did he greatly ben
ers purchased by Danville from Do-! hands of the delegate who is to cast ! paRU: teams and "e chl s l!ci P, 1 .t
j ionpPa to are; noij ei ist nu nau iuc ucdhuu ui du
catur, when it should have read the ; the vote of the club on different ques-
players have been reserved. As a con-. tions. Formerly it was optional with
a dash of major league experience, , periority between the two men would
, . 1 ri-i- r -I P. !
t - 1 . ...... 1 II M V 1 1 1 f I M ' 1 1 ir 'ii III) U V v,iai a vji h 1. 1, a 1. j i . a 1 1
day games, his plan of . having but ue"te several piajers nave signed ine memners 01 tne clubs as to which 1 """ "f , " ' : j b rorn tho j " Ii1,u mai
the North- l,ltfJ we uu me mai jor an nour. in
Affording the finest and
most luxurious service to and
from Colorado. Electric light
ed throughout, ventilated by a
special device, carries drawing-room
sleeping cars, buffet-library-observation
barber, valet to pres gar
ments, dally newspapers, mag
azines, library, stock market
reports and correspondence
facilities. Perfect dining car
, Only One Nfgh't'on
S. F. Boyd,
DIv. Pass. Agt,
F. H. Plummer,
C. P. Agent,
1829 Second At.,
three trips to play the 140 games j with other toams and have written lone of those present should cast the j j1 DGave with
s.Xh 100 ,(!n5-.a ,S: .hr,o;; "rnT'Vh ;h Vhe i l0; ZXA0r I Pton club in the Connecticut iclass there was little to choose be- j outlined In said resolution, and the
. . " . . ..' . llu u.iueiiy i innnrno ahn traded to Davennort twecn them. 1 work to be Daid for out of next vpxr'i
for Bill Fleet; Otter, with Iafayette j For 10 minutes neither man was dan-! First ward sidewalk fund. The motion
there- are times when a city will have
to go nearly a month with only a few
ames and then turn in and play a
stretch of from 2 to 21 games in a
season with Peoria here, will be seri- j Rioomington wished to cast the vote !
cake, heart patties orVO
,11s are ju-t
iof th9 Bloomington club during the ln the Iniuana' league; Westcote, with gerously pear going to the mat. They J was properly seconded, and on roll
1 1 v 11 ill v annual iii' ! i 11 l. i ni nrn i ... . ... . . - . i rt . n-f . .1 i. I . 1 . i riTi ..nantmt.T
During the month of June the j rUKbto UtrtAlb UUb I tn ; flub has not as yet given credentials ; cooper, with Galveston in the Texas : ed an arm hold on his opponent, but it j Alderman Blochllnger called atten
prt'sent draft of the schedule gives
to any of the directors, though if Pres-,eague.' No,son with Gtithrie in th
did no damaee Thev Indnled in a "on to the advisabilitv of city lavlne
or H island only six games, three with .Chicago Ifctntam Finishes Easterner , idont Reck is able to attend the meet-! Astern association, and Reiss, with ' bit of roueh neck pulling which de-j in a supply of coal before March 1.
the Waterloo and three with Dubuque. in the KiRhtii Round. j ;ng he will undoubtedly be the on.? ' Jacksonville Fla. ' : lighted the great crowd. The Bulear- and after full discussion of advlsabil-
Aftor this dearth of baseball comes
New York. Feb. 15. Harry Forbes
Valentino Dinner Party
tames, with only one break of three i - ,t, u .
i ut v imac,u, iuc uuiuatu vm. iul iif,ui-i
(,uys. Again from the 22d of July un- j T" u r-,,
While nine of the pitchers have jan slipped to the floor as a result of lt' ot buying extra coal. Alderman
club of Brooklyn last night and j
knocked him out in the eighth round.
i'.'ivr a pretty lino tit val
candy lio.'.es ai:I novel- !
:'3 Second Avenue.
tii Aug. 1! there are bur five games nt ;
ik-inl City park, and then for a
ninn'-l or until the close of the sea
son., "there are onlv six days when , , , . , , .....
, , ... , Hyland and Hayes Matched.
tli-re not a game nt the park. '
other, suffer At... New Orleans. Feb. 1 5. Fighting ,
Tt would seem from a g'.anee at tho j Hyland nnd G rover Hayes were j
schedule that other cities besides ! matched yesterday for ten rotinds at!
OUR ViCW HERE
made good ln league ball, nine more the rough grappling, but was up in
: of them are yet youngsters and will stanter. They continued at each oth
i get their first league experience with er without a moment's rest.
j Davenport if they deliver the goods.
1 The crop of fledglings includes M. C
Manager Pa Shaffer of Dav-1 lnn"r: c?rl ,RapI. A;. IV
I George W. Foley, Charp S. Baylor.
J Bntes Atelier atvl Ruby K'lefson. Of
these Archer, with the fhicag') Hen"
! cas, nnd St'.nders. n jili Kt'-rlins. III.,
Show Much Speed.
t the end of 20 minutes, both giants,
Blofhlinger reported for committee o
whirh matter of building coal storage
building had been referred, recom
mending that the clerk call for bids
for construction of such a builiin,?.
said bids to be filed immediately with
enport Gives Out List of
covered with perspiration, were still lhp .)f. oork alJ JO ,)P ,H)0ned at g
Kuek Island would ask to have the 133 pounds. They will fight Feb. 22:
rx'.ra trip included. If Dubuque should j before the Royal Athletic club, the HAS 37 DM HIS I ITTI F I 1ST' last year, are expected to make good
on their feet, nulling and tuegin?
roughly. That no love- was lost In the
struggle was evident when they re
sorted to butting tactics. In which nf ith-
I er seem! to cvcol Vrr rtion nf I htiir
h ; . i3 CRYSTAL
w v .
happen to have a second rate team it ! bout having been postponed from
vf.ukl find itself up against it with ! Saturday night because Hayes, while!
gnmes to play at home in the last training with Young Hurley, bumped Kihtecn Pitchers
::. days of the season. Bloomington 1 neaus wnn tne bantam, opening a
has about the same thing to contend ' gash over the left eye.
with earlier in the season, as it has I
31 games scheduled on the home Jem Driscoll Pommels Hayes,
grounds in a period of 41 days, and J London. Feb. 15. Jem Driscoll last
Taught to Try to Fool the
at any rate.
4 linnscr In the InflrM.
He ! Shaffer. Nye and McGrew remain
: for the infield. The fight f.r third
, base will be brisk. a.s VeitzU. the
i big infielder. who played Ind"pendent
ball last year, but in IPS was with
o'clock next Friday afternoon. Tho
motion was properly seconded and
On motion of Alderman Prick, prop
erly seconded, the waterworks com-
Manager Pa Shaffer of Davenport Wheeling in the Central league, and
for two weeks before and for two ; night defeated "Seaman" Hayes forij,-. . . , . .. , Benton, Madden
weeks afterwards the Bloomers will! the featherweight championship of i f.t,, J '?- I .Z P'a-V"s 'pother independe
2'.?... ENSEALED BOXIS
1 BEST JuSAa FC3 TEA AND COFKE!
R BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE!" Jft
. weeks afterwards the Bloomers will
be on the road. All the clubs to
i greater or less degree face this same
! situation, as all of them have long
j series when they will be at home and
! then they will practically disappear
! for several weeks during which time
their fans will follow them only by
Fanii Should lie Considered.
It is the belief of the local associa-
; tion. and the Davenport club as well,
j that the baseball public should be
j considered in making out the schedule
! and that arrangements should be mada
to have the team at home at frequejit
intervals but not for long stays. If.
; as Mr. Bering states, six of the eight
! einbs favored making the schedule ?n-
elude three trips, he cannot be blamed
j for the state of affairs which this has
j brought about, but it is up to the other
i clubs to think the matter over and
: see if they can afford only three trips.
The expense connected with each trip
is of course no small item, but it is
! believed that the shorter series would
! result in larger patronage and that in
i the end the league would fare better
financially and that the baseball pu'o
I lie w-ould be vastly better satisfied.
England and a purse of $5,000 before
the National Sporting club. Driscoll
had Hayes at his mercy and the ref
eree stopped the contest in the sixth
round to avert a knockout. The 20
round bout between Digger Stanley, j Here js tQ Jip
publication and finds
Benton Madden and Dougherty, thre.?
nt piayers. will ilat.ii
size they at times displayed remark-, mittee was instructed to investigate
nbie speed. ; the matter of securing Immediately an
Mahmout did not make any headway ' extra supply of coal, and report, flnd
with the Pole until the half-way mark ings at special meeting next Friday
had been reached. The pulling and night.
pushing tactics continued, the Pole : Alderman IaVanway presented a
paying particular attention to the Bui- j proposition which had been referred
gariah's swollen right arm. Suddenly to him from Mrs. Cosgrove. agreeing
Mahmout made a grab for the Pole's : to adjust her claim for injuries al
ripht leg and got it. Down went Zbys- . leged to have been received by break-
that he has Is"! ,v,;o u;r, cri rvmiitis-nr n;ie zko to the mat for the first time. Mah- ine of sidewalk in front of 5 and 10
men on the string, including the old , of the most pr0miing recruit, will mout opened the offensive work by : cents store some three years ago. for
ones and the new ones. It is the larg- try conchlf!.0n3 with "Pa" for the first trying for a toe hold, which he didn't i and moved that the matter be
est squad that Davenport has ever had , ect Zbvszko showed hi? "safe" nlav referred to the claims committee.
at one time. Reporting time will be
March 2S. or just six weeks hence.
the bantam champion of England, and
Young Pierce, an American negro,
ended in a draw.
Lew Powell Is Favorite.
Los Angeles, Cal.. Feb. 13. I,ew
Powell is so wpIi liked in the betting
that he will probably enter the ring
tonight for his 10-round bout with
George Memsic a strong favorite.
Outfielders Charles Irby. John
Geyer. Harry Ohland,Ed Barclay, Ed
Pitchers (right handers) Max
Smith. Ed Delave. George Foley. C. T.
Marshall. Ralph Westcote. Carl Rapo.
Perl Holycross, M. C. Ennor, George
Greenwalt, Clarence Otter, A. W. Sam
uelson, S. Reiss, Charles Baylor, F.
Cooper: (southpaws) Ernest Sanders.
Powell is so heavily backed by his i F. Bates Archer, F. Nelson. Rube Ellef
friends in the north that the odds I son.
quoted today were 10 to 7 that he j Infielders Pa Shaffer. Charles
would beat Memsic. Memsic has Hickman M.irtv Xve n n Martrion
sack. 1 ct. Zbyszko showed his safe play
Hickman, from Brockton, and Pear-j ability by breaking tho grips of Mah
tree. from Jacksonville. Fla., will be j mout in clever style,
arter Teddy McGrow's job, while j The Bulgarian seemed up against an
Marty Nye will endure competition j imposslMc task, as every hold he se-
from all the newcomers. ; cured was easily broken by the Pole.
finance committee and city attorney,
which motion properly seconded was
Aldermpn Frick presented an ordi
nance relative to uniformity in new
The outfield will probably remain ; Mahmout. however, did not let up for Rtrrf hphtins nystem, in substance as
las it was. Ohlaml. Geyer and Irby . a momrnt In his cfforfs to pahl a dan-1 , "w8:. That '"V
Iform a combination that the two coro)JS hoJd. and he. mossed up the th.n the corporate l;m;,s of ho city
! youpg semi-professionals. Rudolph Slnd V()0-s face ln Knieing fashion. Toe L'P r,cht ,0n';1fvo r -
I n,r,tv cannot pxnort. to break. v. . . five globe street Il:hts. similar to
W. A. Weitzell, Carl Comingor, John
Out of the Warming Pan
IS ON THE LOOKOUT
FOR MORE PLAYERS
times, were useless, for the great
strength in his legs enabled Zbyszko
to straighten out and break them.
Pole ;et Ilehlnd.
these In front of Harper liouse, potts
to be set not more than 20 feet apart,
with right to install same on all
streets, avenues and alleys In the city,
nnd moved th immediate considcra-
Tighe Goes to Chicago to Meet With
American League Magnates
Who Are Making Schedule.
The Pole brought the crowd to its tion of the ordinance, which motion
feet wildly yelling when; by a sudden ' was properly seconded and carried,
shift, he turned Mahmout off him and : and on his further motion, properly
got behind. Fifteen minutes yet re- 1 seconded, the ordinance was, on roll
Ted Sullivan has finally been signed , chased by Peoria from Pittsburg. Kan
to manage Clinton in the Northern batted .25C last season and fielded ! good sized list.
association. j .on. President Kinsella of SnrinefieM 1 bv the meeting of the Am
call, unanimously adapted.
' Alderman Eawler presented reolu
ttnn act.lncT thnt iinon n.ivnient of S."0
Manager Jack Tighe of the Island- . ,,,. ,, ,. T-,,m, nnt,.nfi(.i,i in r,-.rt seftl.
ers went to Chicago this morning j when trying for a leg hold. Mahmout mert of claim of Glngles vs. city, to be
scotit for players to and to his ain ady ;
mained of the match when he did this.
Zbyszko made a couple attempts at
toe holds, which proved ineffective.
He kept up his aggressive work and.
rot away from him and got to his
given a release of nil further liability
on account of snid Injury, nnd moved
The Bulgarian and Pole fought out the adoption of tli resolution, whim
American League Ready to Re
new the 10-year Agree
ment of Members.
Xatlonal in Xew York Debating the
Length of ScheduIe Long Sea
son for Leading Minor.
DO NOT CPvACK
5c. each, 2 for 25c
Cluett. PeaboJy & Co.. Makcr
ARROW CUFFS, 25 cents a Pair
The Secret Out.
'""'v,"1'':1" mv, ,OVOIy ."omplrxbrn? 1 j pied with a discussion of a renewal of
'In net li';o ti toll, tor tt was medicine,':. ,- ... .
out th- nicest a woman ever took, it ; ll, J'-year agreement unaer wnicn
)Yt3 '""'; family .Medicine that dM ! !he organization has existed shortly
It. I Ins is ,i i.)e;is.-ir;t herb tea which ,, .. . . .
nets fnv.int.iv on the stomach and how- after its inception in 1900. The pres
the skin !:ko mnelc It cures headache , ont agreement will expire in Xovem-
eis. j.iinfyirtr tin- Mood and eloarisinu , ,. m.
and l.ar !i.i, !ie. Irugclsts and dealers r lllls year. i nere was no opposi-
i'ltcner Walter Cooper, who was ; Hart. Heinie Eldrcd nnd Charley
given a trial by Bloomington last. O Kerta. Peoria has also signed sev
ering, has been signed by Decatur, j eral new men, John Miller, V. T. Al-
! len and Frank O'Hara.
The old baseball park in Cedar
has grabbed three more unknowns, I.ee ! magnates who are planning their !Jlj(? rolna'j,jrr nf thpjr struggle head motion, properly seconded, was car-
schedule for the coming season. Jack
is acquainted with nearly all the bis
guns in Ihe baseball world e.Tid by
getting to tplk with them personal!
he hopes to get hold of some valua'.d'
to head, both easily maintaining their r'''d
Rapids has been sold for town lots President Thomas Lynch of the Na- material which has not been le 1-
and If the game is renewed there next
year a new site must be opened.
tional league has announced his staff
of eight umpires, all having seen serv
ice In the National with the excentioa
Finding it difficult to raise the ! of William Hrennan from the Wiscon-
Q(-jQQQ ; money the, Decatur association did not ; sin leaeue. The other men named
Chicago, Feb. 15. The American
league began the annual schedule
meeting here today. The schedule was
not submitted at today's session, and
the greater part of the time was occti-
sxll it; 'Z cents.
('lire elTe teI or money refund
ed. Guarantee in emh box.
Can lie given socrctly. Orn'ne
costs only .SI a bo. Get hook
let free from the Harper House
tion to a renewal and all the club own-
rvnrrlso I heir fit-t tn in T'niirhor "Tr
Namara and Ruby from Danville for
Frank Donnelly has signed Out
fielder L. L. Iandry, who was with
Peoria two years ago. but who has
since been with the Central association.
wero Henry O'Dpv, Robert Kmslie.
James R. Johnstone. William J. Klem.
Charles Rigler, Gus Moran and
Stephen J. Kane.
Cans have been tied to two more
Three-Eye graduates without giving
them a chance to try ot in big league
ball. These are Catcher R. U. Rohrr
; of last season's Cedar Rapids club and
; feet. The effects of the hard grind
was shown by both men, although
; Zbyszko seemed the fresher when time
lending the match was called
! business district; uniform lighting of
streets; oil inspector ordinance; al! of
; which will be for the best interests of
ciiy when completed;
J) Extension of Tri-City Railway
company tracks, and securing a line
that, will furnish interurban and steam
railway service to the factory district
of the i ity ;
." Earliest possible determination
of telephone situation, so that first
of such drain. On motion of Alderman . class serice may hi' established.
Ellinwood, properly seconded, t'.'o n.at- j In view of the many important rec
tor is referred to the mayor, city en-j omm ml.it ions and suggestions con-
oped enough for major league com
pany. Jack say? he has no special
players in sieht at present, but he
smiles when he snys i;. and it is sup
posed he hps one or two whom Uc
think? he can land with a little atgu
Continued fr.m I "a cc Tw
On motion properly seconded, the
council adjourned to tnot in Facial
pession next Frldav night.
I. E. R. Ma'nticy, hereby certi'y to
the city fieri; that the above and fore,
going is n tru- aid complete record
rf the proceeding of the city council
for its meeting held Feb. 7. lfM".
E. R. MAI.OVTV.
' Subscribed and :' orn to b fore m
this loth day of February. A !.
M. T. ni'DGRKN'.
Dick Egan. formerly with Peoria and ; Pitcher Rufus Gilbert of Peorf.v. Roth .mincer, sewer committee and aldermen j tained in the mayor's message, with
now second baseman with Cincinnati, were drafted bv the Chicago White ; ' ward, with power to act.
is holding out. declaring he will not ; Sox. but neither will be taken west
sicn at the fiarure that has been offered i on the Soy snecia!. Rohrer would properly seconded. :h" comnii!ie(
. . . i . .... I . . . ( ij it..:... i.vfiene ilooMivl In- ltiM nunnonf frini
mm. Manager tinnitn says no win :io i never have had a snow to make cood wnicn was r ieirei ur vnu.ii i moa ... , .,.........,...... ....... .. .i;h tI
so or not play ball this year, and there with the sox. Gilbert is a good company elect Heal workers labor mat- ' She city, wh.eh should be considered ' ' . ' , i n d ri as fol-
partieular refcrtnee to the proposed
On motion of Alderman I. a Van way. 1 improvements fo be made by the Flock
to Island Plow company, and certain con-
Win Game in Mclire.
The Wst End S 1 1 b tin nt Hawks, a
newly organised basketball teaai. went
to MoTne Saturday vcnim: and de
feated the V. M . C. A. jut iors l.erw
27 lo 12. Th" rout- -r was jd iyed In
the Y. M. C. .. g mnasium. The M
lincrs were ::he;,d in to : in t!i first
half but in lb.' second Inlf the visiMr
the matter rests.
pitcher and might have stayed.
Outfielder Frank Murphy, who last T ttv f II T T T T"
season graduated from the Three-Eye! 1 I J I II H
ers anneared nerfectlv willine to con- lo tnR ljOS Angeies cum in tne racinc
tinue the organization. The adoption i Coapt lpaS"f. has accepted terms after j TOU pAY FQR MT
of a schedule will be the principal bus
iness at tomorrow's session.
Watching: the Xatlonal.
It is expected the National league
will decide upon its schedule in New
York today, and the American league
watched the results there with a great
deal of interest. The adoption of a
Have not coughed once all day? Yetyou
may cough tomorrow! Better be pre
pared for it when it comes. Ask your
doctor about keeping Ayer's Cherry Pec-
Your doctor's approval of Aucr's Cherry toral in the house. Then when the hard
Pectoral will certainly set all doubt at rest. Cold Or COUgh first appears yOU have a
Do as he says. He knows. i;l"g- doctor's medicine right at hand.
a period of negotiating with th man
agement and he and his bride will j
leave this city this week.
Ix)s Angeles will begin Fob. 27. Mur
phy has a seven months' contract.
Contracts have been mailed to 20
players by the Decitur ba?eba!l club
Practice at j .?"";? n2.J"jet'n SfT. ,e.ntlon Jrom ! briefly
...... i ii. i II. utnii uil ruin iiri'n
held ahpoliitely under all renditions
with fas" and comfort. No leir strans.
no elastic bands, no sjeel springs with
my uruaranteerj appliances. Quit experimenting-
with worthless trusses and
mail order treatments. r.i be cured for
life. Fifteen years' successful practice:
.. n-nc Greeted to in. ...i Th.o-d-.v , in onii"ction with the mayor's m.
right with representatives of such eloc- . sago Alderman Rlochlingcr moved tint '(J,5:
. r . . ! t.l... t li.t .rtiin.il QrliriiiT-n t. ndlfVifn . riWt.II l" .
trical workers niifi tne teiepnone torn-'"'"" 1 " 1
panv as desired to be present. u Fri.lay night of this week to lake
1 ' ' . 1- T1. Til,...
Up lilt" -lIMilHU I HJvv ti mi i1 II
;iki1I ts. The motion was s"rnnIo(I
lining his position with relation to a " li",'""J!l
number of Important city matters, "nani:l;"p, earned.
vJTl moiiou in . iui"i ma :i r.iiiii im:u.
The mayor presented for the consid
eration of the touncil a mes.snge out-
liter; Ni! -f li ::iid
: A i;i r:i.yu a:id A.
IR EVERY If AY
ia r i u j , I curtu vaurnis. iiidwy in IRIS VI-
cli iu i" lii-rm navtr u-fn aim cinity; no papers to sopn.
il) To increase revenue of city, ' "-, ...... .... .. v. ... Bitters will prove very h-Ij.ful to
. , ,. , mnvor was accepted the recommendj- . , .,
recomn.er.ding that saloon hccr.se be - sneiftions therein nl;U(. ; those who suff-r from aiun- n,, of tl,.-
$C0.) annually: ' tn b(. eonr.idered e. th. adjr.arncl "'"h- '!vr'r' .a':'1 nP,s:
(2 Suggest :rg as further source of ; m.x. nnxt Fr!dav ,wnt ; It has Ftno.l .he lest of puidi- approval
revenue a tax on teionnones. weee: . im,.j,i- a . for ever 55 years, so it must oe gooa
returned. Most of the men being
taken on are youngsters, though some
of them have performed in Class C
and D leagues. One of the latest eon-
tracts received is that of J. V. Noel, !
a pitcher, who twirled for the Illiop
oils club last season.
Myers4 the second baseman pur-
Supporters and appliances for all
forms of abdominal and pelvic com
plaints. Elastic Hosiery, etc. Catalogues
at hotel or from 84 Adams street, Chi
M. H. BROWN, M. D.
Next Visit to the Rock Island
House, Rock Island, 111.,
Feb. 22, 1910.
meet in g nest
M.'T-tiimi TUiinhKrifer uresentrrl a
tax. brewery tax, wholesalers of intov ; rr;n,;iSon tha. ,h, rItv (.uU,r into n
icating liquors. automu.::lo license. u.f,-:traot wllh iiror Kvans for haul
street cars, ete.; prmind f:ravatpd at Hock Island
(3) Suggestions as to leiting con-, stovo ponjpanys nw wartthoase, sam
tracts for Sixth ward water main and to h plar(,fi anywhere !n First v ar l.
sewer system; and completing Sev- for 25 cent?, per 'ord of yarn?,
enth ward sev.er system, the n:-se s- , ,nnd .ovr-d the adoption of th" r s.-
ment for which is no v.- in the hands ef t.)tjcn n.-id also that the rmyor and i Kidney Ills, Colds, Griper end Malaria,
the commissioners; Thirty-eighth street j c;ty clerk enter Into a contract for You'll ac knov. l-dge ir to be the bett.
Ua.ver em. aaia xaMmam. at. uawu-iowA i th aicicjjj-Uia vi such work on terms i For sale at all drug Blares.
today for Loss of App'tite, Sour Ris
Inga. Heartburn, Bloating, Indigestion,
Dyrpeps'a, Coitivcness, Billousre,