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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRTDAV. FEBRUARY 17, 1011.
MAY QUIT LEAGUE
flanager Rowland of Dubuque
Talks of Withdrawing to
3 AN NOT TAKE THE RISK
Both He and 11 as Mut Be Certain
of Something to Do Have
Dubuque Times-Journal: When ask
rd for his opinion of James ,T. Hayes"
suggestion, that the difficulties of the
.Three-Eye league be submitted for
settlement to the national board of ar
bitration. Manager Rowland staled
:hat euch a settlement is impossible.
"Tbe national board will refuse to
Save anything to do with this trouble.
Whenever minor leagues are tied up
In controversies of this kind the na
tional commission tries not to get
mixed up in them, and will not do so
unless the case is most strenuous.
This one surely is strenuous, but it
has gone too far for any action on the
part of the commission. They draw
the line on any trouble that has been
taken into court, and have on pre
vious occasions told the league offi
cials to fight it out among themselves.
"Hayes' suggestion would be a good
one if the board would act in a case
Sunday, Feb. 19.
.Matinee and Evening.
The Only Iramatic Novelty in Many
The House of a Thousand
Dramatized from Meredith Nichol
son's novel of the same name. All
the famous and mysterious scenes
including the odd old mansion, room
of hollow walls, mysterious noises,
phot from nowhere, apparition of old
Glenarm, the 8xret passage.
A Carefully Selected Company.
Prices, Kvening 3.1c, ?Oc 7c, 91.
Matinee c and ftOc.
Seat sale Friday, Feb. 17.
Phone West 224.
Monte Carlo Girls Big Bur
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r-"lwn New Rurlettas, "The Sea Shore
1I..U-1" and "Too Many
II 10 Original t.irl in Red
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Price 2"c. .lOo, T.'c. llo-s .$1.00.
( Men Only)
Phone West 224.
Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Itatnrti of the Wildfire Hit. Eugene
Walter's GroateM Play,
Complete Sonnic Production
A Canadian Story of the Hudson Bay
First Time at These Prices. j
25c. 50c, 75c, $1. Boxes $1.50 j
Phone West 22 4.
The Big Show Is Here Xo Show
ETer Played in Kock Island 1
And Her Elegant Mirror Dret.9
One in Vaudeville.
Five Other All Headline Acts
Children admitted Saturday matinee,
under 12 years 5c, all others lOc.
Old phone 16J.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
Peoples National Ilank Building.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Kvenings. Phone West 122.
Monday, Feb. 20.
of this kind, but as It won't some oth
er solution will have to be looked for.
It would be hard to say that the final
decision of the Chicago court will put
us anywhere nearer a settlement of
affairs than we are now, as neither
side seems -willing to give an inch and
there are many moves open to each.
TALKS OP LEAVING.
"This Three-Eye trouble has gone
so far that not only are Tearney and
Kins ell a tied -up from doing anything
concerning Waterloo, but are bound
hand and foot right here. Plass and
I hare an option in the Dubuque club
providing they retain a franchise, but
we cannot wait until the season 1b
about the open to know where we are
at. The men are refusing U sign con
tracts and many of the stars I felt
sure I had secured are about ready to
sign elsewhere. I am tired of it, and
with several good offers on hand may
determine to go to some other city
for the summer. If the case is not
settled within a week or ten days I
shall do so. Plass received an offer
from the south Sunday, which I con
sider a very good one. and he can go
there and have his salary start March
1, if he only knows where we stand
before that time. We are both ready
for action at any moment, and to pro
tect our own interests cannot hang
on here much longer."
IS MIRTHFUL MYSTERY.
It is claimed no detail will be found
wanting In "The House of a Thous
and Candles" when it is presented at
the Illinois theatre next Sunday, mati
nee end evening. 'All the scenery for
its four acts, the odd mechanical de
vices made necessary by the odd
story, and each detail that lends the
mysterious atmosphere to the unfold-
: ing of the plot will be found fully com
plete. It is a play of mirthful mys
tery, an odd compound to say the least.
There are the chills and weird mom
ents, but they do not terrify, as the
audience realizes from the moment
that the curtain rises that the mystery
is most whimsical. The chief charac
ter of the play, "Bates," a man with a
past, and with a temperament that
never rises to a familiar point, will
he capably enacted by George Winn.
PLAY OF PICTURES.
Eugene Walter's play, "The Wolf,"
which comes to the Illinois next Tues
day, might be called a poem play of
pictures. It is seldom that one sees
a play that grips the Interest and
piques the curiosify with its first line.
"The Wolf does that. The curtain
rises on a beautiful scene. It is In
dian summer in the northern woods.
Pines and golden foliage mingle their
light and shade. A stream winds
down the avenues of cottonwoods. In
the background are the blue foothills.
To the right is the log house of Mc
Tavish with a great tree- in front of it.
Under the tree sits Batiste, the "Ca
nuck." pulling at his pipe. In the
porch way is the gaunt form of McTav
iBh. He too. is smoking. The two
men puff In silence for a moment
while the auditor takes in the perfect
coloring, perspective and grouping of
the scene. Then McTavish says "You
say that she died, raon?" This is one
of Eugene Walter's strong points
begins his story with the opening
lines. He wastes no time in unneces
sary conversation, and he sticks to
the point from curtain to curtain. An
other of these pretty picture effects is
in the third act. Two men are squat
ting in the foreground. Standing is
j the tail, lithe, graceful figure of Jules
; Beaubien. Hilda appears at the top
of the trail carrying the canoe paddle.
She stands there an instant holding
the paddle like a spar, framed in the,
dark pine and golden leafage coloring.
with the sunset reddening omniously
about her. One almost expects to
hear the wild cry of the Valkyrie.
AT THE MAJESTIC.
Following the good bill of the first
half of the week Manager Quinn of the
Majestic "came back" yesterday and
with a still better show in which everv
act plainly had the headline stamp
upon it. Beginning with Yekka Yag
awa. a clever Japanese woman who
does wonderful stunts on the slack
wire, and ending with Lopes and Io
pez. a pair of Spanish musical enter
tainers, the interest never lags. Yag
awa does things which many slack
wire people have found Impossible.
Gladys Vance fully came up to expec
tations with her character dance.
John and Winnie Henings, in odd bits
of comedy, did not score heavily until
John Henings started his grotesque
comedy dance, when the audience roar
ed its approval. Lopez and Lopes
played musical glasses, chimes, bells,
and piano. Mrs. Casey rings "There's
a Girl In the Moon." and the Majestic
scope shows a strong dramatic fl!m.
BLANCHE WALSH IN FAINT.
Peoria, 111.. Feb. 17. With a ca
pacity house eagerly waiting her ap
pearance at the Majestic theatre here
last night, only a few minutes before
the curtain, went up on "The Other
Woman." Blanche Walsh, the ac
tress, fainted in her dressing room.
Physicians were called, but the ac
tress was unable to go on, and was
taken to her hotel. She has been ill
for over a week. No serious devel
opments are expected.
Tortured for 15 Years
by a cure-defying stomach trouble
that baffled doctors and resisted all
remedies he tried. John W. Modders
of Moddersrille, Mich., seemed doom
ed. He had to sell his farm and aire
up work. His neighbors said "He
can't live much longer." "WhateTer
I ate distressed me," he wrote, "till
I tried Electric Bitters, which work
ed such wonders for me that I can
now eat things I could not take for
years. It's surely a grand remedy for
stomach trouble." Just as good for
the liver and kidneys. Every bottle
guaranteed. Only 50 cents at all
READY FOR DIXON
College Teams to Meet at the
Augustana Gymnasium To
EXPECT A CLOSE CONTEST
Return Engagement With Hedding to
Be Played in Rock Island Wed
nesday of Xext Week.
Coach Hayes put the Augustana
basketball team through a light, but
fast practice last night in preparation
for their game with Dixon college to
morrow in the Augustana gymnasium.
The team is in good physical condi
tion, none of the players having suf
fered any serious Injuries in the Hed
ding game Wednesday evening. In
order to give the first team a fast
practice Coach Hayes put a couple of
experienced ball tossers from down
town on the second team. In the first
half the coach gave the first team
boys instructions not to exert them
selves too much. The half ended with
the score standing 1C to 16.
In the second half the first team
players were instructed to extend
themselves a little. As a result they
made 13 Held goals to the second
team's five. Andren at center and
Robb at guard were especially handy
in making baskets. The game tomor
row evening will be the sixth on the
basketball schedule. Augustana will
then again endeavor to put the Dixon
college basketball team on the defeat
ed list, tagging them No. 6.
A l-RBVIOl S DEI'EAT.
On Jam 14 Augustana opened its
basketball season by defeating Dixon
on the latter's floor by a score of 52
to 39. Although Augustana scored a
decisive victory at that time, an easy
Igame is, nevertheless, not anticipated
tomorrow evening. Dixon has a cou
ple of vicious forwards, who are said
to be regular demons in caging field
baskets. In order to win Augustana
will either have to play a very close
guarding game or else put on their
best suit of basket throwing clothes.
Coach Hayes is somewhat undecid
ed as to whom he will pit against the
Dixonites. Andreen is a fixture at
center, as are also Sten and Larson
at forwards. All the candidates for
the guard positions are putting up
clean and fast ball.
Robb, no doubt, will start the game
guarding one of the Dixon forwards.
while the other guard position will
be a toss up between Anderson and
Bengtson. Because of his good show
ing in the Hedding game it is almost
certain that Bengtson will at least
have a chance to play a part of the
game against Dixon.
RETIIW CAMK AltH A XtiKD.
A return game will be played next
Wednesday, Washington's birthday,
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon with Hed
ding college. At that time Augustana
will try to put the hooks into them
for the second time this season.
CHECKER CLUB MAY
BE FORMED IN CITY
A. W. Valentine, Iocal Champion, to
Meet All Comers at the
V. M. C. A.
The good old game of checkers is
experiencing a revival at the Rock
Island Y. M. C. A. these days. Some
of the men who have played in the
past are taking a renewed interest
in ihe game, and new recruits are to
be developed. Last Saturday evening
a small group got together and spent
a long evening over their knotty
problems. It was discovered that
there are some expert players in the
Tomorrow evening they are to
meet again at the Y. M. C. A., where
a special room has been assigned for
their use, and some great games are
in prospect. Among other interest
ing things planned for the evening.
Contagions Blood Poison more
thoroughly permeates the system than
any other disease. Its infectious virus
contaminates every corpuscle and
tissue of the circulation, and for this
reason its symptoms are of a varied
nature. When it enters the blood it
is but a short time until the mouth
and throat begin to ulcerate, the skin
becomes spotted, rashes and eruptions
appear on the body, sores and ulcers
break out, the hair falls, and fre
quently nails on bands and feet thick
en and come off. Mineral medicines
'which simply shut the poison up in
the system should be avoided, for when
such treatment is left off the old dis
ease will break out again, often worse
than before. S. S. S. cures Contagious
Blood Poison permanently, and it does
so because it thoroughly purifies the
blood. S. S. S.
goes into the
drives out the
last trace of the
vigor to the cir
allows it to nourish the diseased por
tions of the body back to health.
S. S. S. is purely vegetable, being
made entirely of roots, herbs and
barks, without a particle of mineral,
and its vegetable ingredients always
hasten the cure by toning up the
stomach and digestive members.
Home Treatment book and any medi
cal advice free to all who write.
ZEE 6WUT SSZOIIQ CO, AUaaU, Ga
A. W. Valentine, a past master In
the science of checker playing, will
meet all comers, and will play against
eight or ten men at the same time,
giving a rare exhibition of skill.
If the interest is sufficient it Is
probable that a checker club will be
organizbed to push the game, and
train new players. This Is one of
the finest of the old games and one
that has fallen Into neglect of late
years, because it takes time and skill
and patience to master It, but if the
present plan carries out, there will
be a real revival of the game that will
make it popular again.
George Hardin, the pitcher who was
with Rock Island in 1999. has been re
leased by Detroit to Fort Wayne.
President Al Tearney is being "re-
i quested" to become the democratic
candidate for alderman from the
Third ward in Chicago this spring
and he will probably make the race.
Pa Shaffer, who is to assist in
handling the St. Joseph team in the
Western league this season, has
signed Ray Malchau of Davenport.
Malchau is the young amateur pitch
er who twirled for a number of Dav
enport teams in the last few years.
First Baseman Tennant of San
Francisco has the honor of making
more hits than any other batter in
(the country last year. It was thought
that Nap Lajoie of the Clevelands
with his 227 safeties, led organized
baseball but the Pacific coast league-vj
had it on Lajoie by four hits. Ten
nant, however, played 223 games,
while Lajoie played only 159. La
joie's average was .3 84. while Ten
nant hit but .27. The far westerne--
included 38 two-baggers, 5 three-j for the game tonight. Coach Harmon
sackers and eight home runs among states that the team work has iniprov
his record breaking number of 231. e(j greatly. The men will present the
He scored only 72 runs. Tommy same lineup as last week, save that
Tennant formerly played with the De- Tremann will play center in place of
catur club in the Three-Eye league.
The whole Three-Eye league trouble
seems to rest upon this basis: A year
ago when Waterloo was admitted the
southern bosses had a vague idea that
that city was to be retained for only
a year. Waterloo, on the other hand,
had no notion of poing to all the fuss
and expense of getting into the
league only to get out at the end of
the season. The southern managers
thought it would be easy to get a ma
jority to vote in favor of dropping
Waterloo, while the latter city was
willing to take its chances. Waterloo
agreed to get out if a majority of the
rinha rpmiPEtcri it. hut a maioritv nas
not joined in tne request not jet.
to the roar that has resulted from the
appeal to the courts Waterloo was
virtually forced to do this through dil
atory tactics cn the part of Tearney
and Kinsella, which Jo ft no op
portunity to have the caso
adjudicated in the baseball courts be
fore another Eeason besran. What men
of red blood anywhere else in the cir
cuit would not have done likewise?
The following Peoria correspond
ence appears in this week's Sporting
News: ".Manager Rowan, although in
terested, is not bothering himself
about the outcome of the Waterloo
trouble', as he considers it already set-
lied. So he is bending his energies
toward perfecting his team for 1911
An outfielder is the principal object of
his quest, as he has the balance of the
team pretty well fixed up. So far,
there are Asmussen and Jacobs, catch
ers; Rufus Gilbert, Hovlik, Connie
Walsh, Tom Veach and Hingleforth of
the I. M. league, for pitchers; Rowan,
Smith, Myers, Mcllugh, Styler and
Stis, infiefders, the last recently secur
ed from Holyoke, Mass., of the Con
necticut league, who was a teammate
of Rowan in the Northwest two years
ago. Besides the above seasoned
players there will be a dozen or so of
the recruits, who will get a workout.
Furthermore, the Waterloo players will
be divided by lot to the other teams
and Peoria may get a desirable man
whom it can use on the team or in a
trade. Of the pitchers. Walsh and Gil
bert suffered from hard luck last sea
son, as did Hovlik to some degree.
These are among the best twirlers in
the league and ought to accomplish
something this time. The other two
are fair twirlers who may or may not
show up well. For the outfield, Bliti:
End Johnson are all in sight so far and
both are excellent fielders and hitters.
Johnson was sought after by a West
ern league team, but decided to stick
here. In a pinch Rowan has gone to
right field and put Smith on firs',
which worked quite well."
WINS THE AMATEUR TITLE
Charles F. Omklin of Chicago 18.2
New York, Feb. 17. Charles F.
Conklin of Chicago won the world's
amateur championship at J8:2 balk
line billiards lat r.ight by defeating
J. Ferdinand Poggenburg at the IJe
derkranz club by a score of 400 to 234.
Poggenburg takes second prize and
also two others for the high run of 1C
and Individual high avearge of 1G-1G-24.
We're All Actors.
Mine. Alexandria Viarda. the Polish
tragedienne, or.ee propounded the fol
lowing: "It la a strange thing, but ask a man
to mend a rip in his coat.
"No; he is not a tailor.
Ask another to stop the fancet from
"So; he's not a plumber.
"Or another to do a tit of cabinet
"No; he is not a carpenter.
"But ask any one of tbe three or all
of them to enact a little part in a play
and each will smile in fatuous confi
dence and instantly acquiesce.
"But watch him act."'
AH the news all ihe time The Argus.
EXPECT FIRST WIN
High School Team Hopes to
Come Out Victorious Over
St. Ambrose Tonight.
I0WANS ARE CRIPPLED
Humor Says That Two of Their Reg
ulars Are on the Sick list Lo
cals in Good Condition
Without a victory to their credit and
with the state tournament preliminaries
but a week off. Rock Island high school
basketball team will go Into the game
tonight with St. Ambrose college at
the local gymnasium determined to
win their first victory. In announcing
j the contest from the school platform
in general assembly yesterday Princi
pal A. J. Burton stated that he had
predicted victory before when the team
lost, but that this time there would be
no mistake, as the boys would surely
win. The members of the team echoed
Mr. Burton's opinion and are going
into the game tonight to win.
But little is known on this side of
the river as to the Strength of the St.
Ambrose team, as the Davenport erg
have played none of the teams which
j the locals have met. It' is rumored
that two of their regulars are out of
the game on account of injuries, and
that they will present a crippled line
up. Nevertheless a fast game is ex
pected by the locals.
LOCALS IN Sll trR
The local men have been goinp,
through pome strenuous practice this
week, and should be in good condition
Taylor. Captain Wilcher and Iiehnn
mann will play forwards, and they
should prove deadly tonight, as they
have been throwing some pretty bask
ets during the past week. At the
guard positions Mclntyre and Barker
will start the game with Grove nnd
Hughes on the side lines in case it is
dt-emed expedient to remove any one.
All four of these men have been play
ing a fast game this week and shoukl
put up a hard fight tonight.
ill IIAVIJ ft lt'I'l KAiSKII.
A curtain raiser will be played be
tween the second team and the Rook
1 1 bland Acmes, an organizs'.titui consist
ing chiefly of Y. M. C. A. players. A
fast game is expected. It will be call
ed at 7: 3d.
At High School
The baseball enthusiasts of Rock Is
land hiph school met last night and
elected a captain for the team and
nominated a manager for ratification
by the athletic association at its next
meeting. There were a uun.her or
students present and there seems to be
great enthusiasm in the: new sport.
Frank Hughes was elected captain of
the team and Irving Wright was given
the nomination as manager. It is
j hoped that a good sc liedul can be re
cured, as it is expected that it will he
hard to make expenses as it was in
former years when t he exiieriment was
Mr. Casto. the new instructor in
English and history, is a musician of
note, and lie is endeavoring to organ
ize a school baud. Several of the boys
have been working toward that end.
and it seems quite probable that tho
enterprise will be made a success. The
under classmen are especially interest
ed in the movement, which should
make it jossibIe for the school to have
a strong band next year.
SIGNED IN A HURRY.
Curious Incident That Brought the
Savages to Terms.
The ambassador who would protect
his country's rights must exercise tact
and call into use tbe deepest learning.
And, after all, his plans may be frus
trated or unexpectedly furthered by
some happening entirely ifc-youd bis
control. In a biography of Sir Robert
Hart, Juliet Rredou instances a treaty
without parallel as a case of god
During one of those terrible storm
which periodically sweep tbe shores
of Formosa an American vessel was
wrecked and the crew eaten by the
aborigines. The nearest AnieriiD
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your t"""'-!" ' Cl-jinet. Don't j
tMke a sultotiiuic. .' 1
-vrtrr: , ' :'.J
The opera "'.' !:. t. ..."
Th. 1 io !-ir M-iy bold tl'cr.
Yet is t.'.y ii-Mu .i v II.
sar.g the b::so to the prim;! doriiiii.
And it w:?s. Her name v:is Sopbrfdihi
Czec hlinskiwb .. Jude'.H I.ibrurv.
For the Thin and Blood
less. Tlio thin nml titin.,1 !... with
.'l.''k-. uliil.' lit-- mut rt.iii. m.nnl.ir
I'hysl'l'li'. of IMh i-iiniTTl il Tl 1 1 y tl;l' In ill
much Inlfi iat i .1 m Hn n "M l nl pit -Mli-lans
iitiM tilli- y .imh-i mini lln- II
tivi'in of il.- I r i:ii unit I Iit iKir-.i--itiK
tin- rr'1 run! w liii.- i.i.-i ! h '( Hi.'
Iilnoil. tliii4 hiIiIitik color mut klit
with tin- in i-oinp.ui Ini; vf-.r l Mi' !
1 I i .1 !-Mcm A x.ilti of mini In lo
prill nil'4 I. Mut lit -'I'l II II II U -I I H'I'i r- Mil
t rra t men! is rui!-.ilt uhciI fur -cvt.il
nuilil li.-. .lill it,,, c 1 1 1 1 r Improv m!
numt from tin In uliinnm. .( -1 u 1
iihI hcciii I- Miipply it in the lorm tf
t ll ICC-trtJI III liy'-IHclMH I'll. I Is Jul! n
In .-nlil ici.'k"!". with .lirc'tl. mi 'nr
horn- ii-iv It ncM'M hiiI :i situ 1 1 1 1 1" i
mil a hnr jit c m of tin t I el ten .!
The best iirnl saf si beail nhe r m
c-dy is Hl.ick Inirii s I'uiii-Av. a -I'ills.
All drug stores.
The orange i tha most
luscious tod healthful
fruit. California c-xcrlsi in
uuaiii v ni or.iniTcs. Alio
beat of tiie California "
to 1 A
oranges are row .iv
packed in individual ,j
wra:i:jLTS labeled "Sun- m, :
Five thousand orange farm- n"tt
ers in California do their own t
shipping and s'-I'it
" They gi-ado and select their irop Zg I S
' into 'fhsts." "second'.," etc. The
' firsts a ro fancy, tree-ripened, hand-picked, seed-
less, fibreless, thin-skiuned oraii.-s evciy nidi- A
a.i4,o1 n ... --f.-. . .!..'.. " I'l
perfect pecimen t the fines' variety
oransrts. Ihey aio not only more fieultht il and
than other oransrs. but thev ure actu
cjunUi-t Oranges. Ask f-jr them.
by the tissue pap-r wrap
buukiat ' Orange
wrapper nf the label,
oil U.3 wi
money to you
t pperl acj trijujlly v.i uuMe.