Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISEAXD ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1913.
PLAN A GYM FEST ! ATHLETIG CARD AT STAG PARTY Scene in "Servant in House" SHE'S ONE OF BEST 'MOVIE ACTRESSES Seat Sale Tomorrow, 9 A. M. AT MOUHE "Y" mm Ml satk,ay 29 fF ii ; "r H Notable Athletic Event to Be Held Friday Evening in Neighboring Town. EiGHT CITIES TO COMPETE Pock island Will Be Reprtsrrted fcy Leader' Club Excellent Pro gram Has Been Arranged. One of the rr.ohi no.an.e, aii..?::o vents of the season ir u, :-Kt place Friday evening at the .uuimi- y. M. r. young n.'-u of Pock I sled's asocia'lon ate to have an rre, . ,r aud i r' iii tii , b o i uh -i,,. it is to be. a "g;. i;.f - ' ; the as sociations of the M . ., .- . ,.p. v., which will bring tot-'ii-r a ia-.;. f.,!:; pacy of athlrieu from V. m c , sanitations :;, ;fii:; v;.:-u:t. K.g ciT:eB are to b. r-pr. Mtr.:"! Jr. meeting, tiee be.ng lc...J l;.i,d. ru. enport, Mol.iif, (..incit.. I usouMTifi. Dubuque, Monmouth and Sterling. Each association will send a picked IToup ,f r'-prf hi-u-4kt!v-h. vhn w 11! g vb thir tarts of the program of grea,' exliiOiUoi. Allien in ",o !.' held in the Mohno gymnasium Friday r. fe'ht. Expert fcymnajits, r"s'!TS and a-hlHh will appear on the floor "fid demonstrate their accomplish ment. ;n pe:tacu!ar fashion. ' HOI. II H Mil Ft . The evenings festivr.es will start, w-lrb banquet at 6.3. at which f.lo- i !:ti- !: eniT?a.n .. v ,"!&. i; c. Sn.wlley. general h"i ! v 'if It'M-k Island V. M. C. A. v: :, l-..b aii address to the group of men f'-ll ow icg the supper. A: o'l-iot k. in th-j v mnasiuin of the .I . . : , 1 1 ;.csoc.:, t ini the grea" 'show' s'a.: !. ti i: this group uf tr.mie.j it i ., .; Hi" floor. An attractive pr. t a n, h.is "'n arranged I.) I'i, is,ra' I i.i '-c-i,r 1 F'i'TR' n of Moline. w !.,,, w -, enable iiimi: to display their ah.Mty in var ' ions entertaining ways. There will l.e demon .1 ratr'to; i.n all p ... , i'f appiira'UH. typiral i' work m;d aliw lo'Oic UrillH. man :,:ik. h r-s-Iitu:. Kiiiiii-f. and otlnT f'iaturi's '!'(! K''ijtr a', pnlilir will amirr-i; u , Mi fx hi (ill ion. HO K lHMI III rillAl.MK.il. A piirty o' Mi,. t,,,.., . ,,f (,. "l.a(l'is r ':li" of t ;. i'.c,ii (isMic u lion r'prcs.'ni Kui k Ul.:i.(l Th ,. joniijr men haw lic-n u i L-:n-h'Ivh in form ibis winter. 'V-n tluvin 'hi-y iTf without :; ti.tiasH.m m whit'h l'i pr.ictiic. and ln -pn-panfi to ri'i.' tiioiun cr-t.r .itil.. m !h- t"l:'T;,l pt'-uram. Tli''f-' ' who be In. I : l i ! 'ii M r p.irly aro VV'lllId H. Wood. Hairy K S:,:ffi-r. C lainilee:i, Aloet-t iik. :ia Wil son, (.mi:.' It II, .!!. A I. S,umi and .'I ('. I'liinwr. Trotting Association flrcts. Kewaiiee, Ii, , . nu ll I ii.- ;:t,tiiin; V'.irtion ol fii'i"..-. o' t;.. i ,i,n-a! Hi: In'; 'I'l-iittin ai.il I'ih af.--' . i.i t .on I.1IO ) lh' til' V I .-Mllti-ll IF t.'ili.w, rr.'Miii-ti! W 1 1 K 'i, i :.,. n. Al.'do. Vice I'ni.i. n: I I . . ,b,;,. i;. ! .;, Mem, Cambridge Secretary ( Imrl. a I. l'i irn-etun 'I t lillllle, Assislurt Secrcta Iav:d lla-l,. Hr.idford liates eTe fixed a- .'.. .-omiiiitu-f anibi i'1..'. v.i. Wyoming. Aug "7. rept 3, 4. f. ; Kewar, e Si pt Aledo. Sept IT. IS. 1 . I'.r.ii' .". ".'. Annther 1 1 r t f'eld at Kfwiii:'' April J. .v by ' b'. I il-ic'on, 11. 12. 'id S"pt. t: ill be Thr Trainmen Are K, Uil:gV'tl. Ouio. M.I 'd L' No K2 of rhe Wheel't.ir an. I i. railroad, a fre'j-b ' . p'.. '' ' rteM'.e at '.pp''' I ' ": ' ' from here eHter:.a i t;".r,. Ptkp of TVledO . i, .'i:.. . r har.kt:n. flretuan. a::d .'. :er. brakenmn. of Ma ; . . . t i ! ra;n K :.- !an. t : . - "vaJLt Skillful blending of choicest and purest loaf nmjusn CIGARETTES A smoke goodness that nas won the goixl-w ill of this whole country. "Distinctively 20 for 15c THE Price on Fatimas is now Largest dealers , ImAr n. Inn; ?v.;r-" J I Guide I.I.INOI. March 2S "The Servant in the Houte." larcu oi cxiaie oy in uver tne Hier.' kmpihk. - F'erformances at 2:45 VM;d-v i!le a ' ' of oourse. The professional admira- GRANU. ition jjjpy had for eacn otter gradually orpheum vaudeville Performance ; ripped into deep devotion and affec iaily at 2:?.0 and 8:30 p. m. tlon tivat culminated in their mariage before tiie season closed. They oon AT THE ILLINOIS. tinued before the public for three One of the reasons why Charlee ! VHarg and &t cU)g of thp wuf ( K'tm Kennedy s play. "The Servant jthat turnout extxravaganza "Off the :n the House." has proved such a pop- Earth." Mrs. Fov forsook the stage to nlu- a we.ii as artistic success, is that partake of the happiness that all true I.n author has not hesita-ed to em- j women rar for mosr-the uD-bringIn t li.v iiim.'iiv In liberal quantitjea in of hpr children. Mrs Fov is an Ital he dew-Jopmei,! 0f his beautiful btory ian by birth Bnd a mogt accompUehed o.n.rri. ntiiig on this fact. Harper's linquist. speaking with great fiuencv U-eKiy says: 'The marvel, too. is Italian. French, German, Spanish and That Mr. Kennedy's Is not solemn at J Russian. all. except in af'ermar,h. I AUgh'er j leai's m it and the mind kindles to; a,T THE EMPIRE ;s d-light. The author eeuis to have i a bill of rare quality which has been jo.nea r.ancs wtth ruirnor. satire and Trinv iilin fr nflrp nflnchi tnt flu nor clam e of the comic spirit. , hlrh irHcrtc Meredith calls the 'sunny mal- j i e of a faun ' " All th's is differpnt ':-"ii the iec'ti? pessimistic reading of ! !,- wnicli li.h"ii. for exampie. has , ruu'.e ratiiMiar i ne master puurjer i. e'cl of buildr.g home with h'gh '.'Ve'H on them, and the end was a i'e-.nn in the likenes "f his l .o ' .ba,.s we are begmmng to ieleD witn atbIeUc act8 but after Ree. ".r., -b des'rurtion. Nobody. ic;. tbe four CaBter8 rfpcied to pay of all the author, pulk-d down price and br)ng tbem to Rock j8. v:c; rs house to repair that drain. . iand for four days. Patrons are protn e Servant iu the House" assumes ; tsed a vaudeville treat In tbis act r.pi.tisibll.t for the assertion ' aione. The Donna Adair trio are known if you onlv wish ver. very hard as claeey singing entertainers and the ti :p j.p n 'he fairy a!e. every : manner in which they render DODular ;., comes trie. Only a feW may but a work l'ke this has at tll'ide bei.ef easier. This n'av so.., at tiie IHir.o'. r-xt Sat- '": a -rotig oast of players i'-'.'ly pretty little playlet, "S?weef J team in the new outaw Ketleral league, '-firiipa-'e produi-tion of scenic, bf arts." known as "A Romance of Long reports tn tiie eoti'iary from Pitts "fect,. etc Ago." Mr. and Mrs. Connolly are stage j burgh notwithstanding He asserts fnorttes of known ability. In eccen- most vehemently t hat ;he story was : Mn'ne to Cal'fomla. from the ,"rth ui oiU of Canada o tb.e . ,d's o-' Florida, the name of ' i as a:ways beer the sy-m-jov ar.d laugr.'er. Foy comes i I " t... next Sunday .n "Over i "s " lis temix)rary s'ep into' -s. blehd Indh - iduai BIJOU and always has been 15c. in the tn-cities. RP-ir mm vauderllle with his seven celebrated children created more of a furore amonr theatregoers of New Tork than probably any other rhVa' rical event In the past de' ade. How many of the theau-egoers of 20 years ago re- call the old David Henderson days of of "AH Balia?" If so, do tht y rex-all the famous Madeline iorando. the premier dansetise of that production? Today, this once famous dancer proud ly watches over her family of bright, clever children for she is Mrs. Edwin Foy. Mrs Foy. 2' odd ears ago was The solo dancer at Tiie Pnrin onera I house in Franc e i,v,d Henderson ! huard of her wcud-rful terpsichorean aehievements and cabled her a most fia-'winf offer to appear in bi forth- ' "tiling production of "AH Baba'' and .which she aet-epted. Eddie Fo was ;the star of the production. Thev met. Hect(Wj by Maaager rjoiiy ' be offered at the Empire the last ' talf of ,be week. Not only is the man-: ageraent putting a great deal of money i luto this show, but the acts are guaraa- i tf.ed of standard quality The four Casters, a quartet of aerialiets. who will present some new and startling eft ecu. have been secured for the feat uie. Manager Do.lv In nut nunioulurlv songs has long won for them a secure : former tin tuber of the Pit.'sbiirgh Pir pobitton In vaudeville. Mr. and Mrs. t". now with -lie ehVago Cubs, in Trwin Connolly will preeent for the dignantly deni' that be ever even fist time in the three cities a remark-! contemplated managinu tbo St. I.ouis trie comedy. Keit and Demont lead instar:ed by i'.l -w:sbers in 'he Smoky their skit. "Fun in a Garage " The , citv. w ho war.'.-ii to l. t him in i,:i Melroy Sis'ers will appear in a ciean ! little dancing sketch. I 'U'iniam Carney, who managed the Reck Island Three-Eye team for a tiime d-rir.g ISM!, ba signed as itnpire in ' 'f.e ne Northern Jeagi:. Carr.ev iu Chicago fans breathe easier Jimmy Archer has signed a fo'ir-yea- con tract as harkbJOp for the Cj'.t' His salary ia, s&id to be in excess of $C.- j 'XfX ! Chicago. March 26. Deputy Coroner ! Samuel Davie and the police tave smarted an inquiry 1n Uie death or I John Mandowekl at the detention hos- '. pital Mouday. He was 2a ears old ' and lived at 1S86 North Marshfield j avenue. Mandowskl was taken to ; the county hospital a week ago and ' became so violent, Saturday nigh' he ; j tad to be removed to the detention ; i hospital. Mrs. !ary Mandowski. the ; i victim's mother, to'.d tie deputy cor i loner her son prior to being taken to ! Wie hoepKa!, had complained of being I I struck oc the head with a baseball ici 'a row at a game last September. t 1 . I lx Angeles. Cal , March 26. Mc Carey denied today that Ritchie ha 1 asked him for a July 4 fight with! Rners Tfce promo'er says he ig fig-1 1 urit-g on McCarthy and Gunboat Smir ; , fer that date. j Salt Lke City. run. March 2" i The bill parsed by the leeisia; ire two weks 40 to legalize 15 round box.ng 'exhibitions was vetoed by Governor Wiip.am Spry'. Philadelphia. Pa. Marb 26. .lohn nv Lore, the New York lightweight. j aided another victim 10 his bej. last',1 rpp2?T FTP? 1 Entertainment Committee ofi Bock Island Club Has Amuse ments for Members. The entertainment committer of the : Rock Island club provided an athletic : porgram for last night's "stag party" ! at the club and some 200 member of : j tae club and invitee guests thoroughly j enjoyed the evening. The affair was . i held In the banquet hall and was fol- ! j lowed by a buffet luncheon of sand- i wiches and coffee. Everything was absolutely informal, there being no i ! speaking nor music on the bill. The j forepart of the evening was spent in j 1 the lounge, billiard ami card rooas : 1 ! cording to the desires of the individu jals The program in the banquet hall ; 6tarted about 9 o'clock aud lasted fully two hours. Ionie Page and Lawrence Asey of Pavenport opened the entertainment with a wrestling match in which Page demonstrated his superiority and took tiie first two falls. Tbe first required 1C:28 and the second 6:30. Asey was outclassed and was on the defensive cearv every minute of both goes. : Charles Gilbert and Robert Winter fol lowed with an exhibition of fencing in inhfr - h th.v ninarrstari tVi. j the various lunges and parries, after ,tich they fenced three rounds, ! Two sparring exhibitions closed the ! entertainment. In the first Toung Ea- pie Eye of this city appeared with Kid ' " V , V, ' JTV Brondell of Davenport over the six , hpfore that with such nowblrg as Rlch rcund route and in the second "Pea, ,rd U- Jl'h .lefTerson, Julia nuts" Schleberl. bantamweight cham- j Iarlc,we. Herbert Kelsey and Effie pion of the three cities, sparred sir Pnannon- rounds with Young Glaszo. Before sparring. "Peanuts- gae a clever exhibition of rope skipping and shadow boxing. NO OUTLAW JOB FOR FORMER BUCCANEER Tomray Leach. Chic-ago. Marrli 2'!. Tommy I.each, wi;.h 'he cuos He declares that 4 ent it- night by i'.:'-I -.celii? (.rover Hayes of :? !" a ' ro-.ud ioet. N'-itl,-r hos'T u"!l ' v' was on- lent u "tat.d e to : an J slam. Lose Proved the hard-r i.uucher. All Argus. he news aii tbe time The F m p 1 r p r THKATRE Last Night to See MP.. AND MRS. WIESS Coming Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Connelly and 4 OTHER STAR ACTS 4 Phone West 708. LUSTRE CREME POLISH Is for Metal and Furniture. ALL DEALERS V ) s." i4i , ; , is gl . I I - , j jp 1 - - Mignon Anderson lignon Anderson is one of the most 'popular heroines of moving pictures. Though st.i! in her teens, she has Auaerson was norn in Haiti- mor and l;n New Vork- She riBI, "rpn an arnsi s moaei as wen as ia I'lavr n the legitimate stage, but j she says she likes her present work j She is with tjhe Thanhouser com pany. isfied with the Cubs, to which team he was sent last fall. The midget Tommy is one of the wonders of baseball. One of tie small est nien in the big leagues, be has played for years, apparently without growing a bit older. At home either in outfield or infleld. and full of base ball knowledge, he is expected to be a big help to the Cubs. In PS games in the outfield last year be fielded P78 and batted .257. Realty Changes Eliza Motiitt to .lames C. Moffltt. par lot 7, block 8. Black Hawk addition, Rock Island. $1. I.ouis Moseiifebier to Sarah Wood, lot 12 and 13. bjock 4.. Long View Heights addition. Kock Island. $635. ! Lilly Eiciie.Miurfer to Theodore P. 1 Eichels-doi fer.' east oin-baif, southeast tneouarter. section 2H. and west one : half, southwest one quarter, and part .nortlmesi fractional one-quarter, sec I lion 2o 17 4 vst, J1.85H. Lilly Kicl'.e'sdorfer to Albert F. Eii belsdorfer. aest one-lialf, southeast one-quarter, se i i n 2tl, and w est one ' half, souttiwest one quarter, and part I northwest one quarter, section 25 17 4 i west, J1.S50. William f. Eiclie sdorfer o Theo dore P. Eichelsdorf. r. undivided one eighth of east one half, southeast one quarter, section 26. and west one-balf, soi'thwept. one-quarter, also part norlb t ?t one 'juarU-r. sei iion 25 17 4 we.-r. II. . i Albert F. Eicl.. lsdo'rft r et ux., to' Theodore P. Eicli"!i-dorfer et al.. mi I divided one eighth. east one-half, sou'beast one-quarter, section 26. and es' ntie-ijaif. Fo.itl west one-uarter. also ;ait nonbwsi one-quarter, sec- t an. 2 .VI 7-4 w esi Theodore P. Ei.-hi Isdorfer et al.. to P. N. WiFin rd. east otie-lialf. undivid- en fa?' ' r.e-iiaif. s"r hens' one ijuar- : fer. section 26. arid e-t one-half. 1 : sonthw esi one-ouar'er. a. so par' north- west. $1. Hoi'cr' S. yrtte.n. -t nl . '.lid Carl Mnlier to Maria and Frd Viether, :i's 1"' ar.-l ii. b'o !: . So.i'li Park secot.d ad !:;:!.. ii-jck ish.itd, $1. ARSENAL EIVIPLGYE TELLS A FEW FACTS About the Vegetable Tonic Plant Juice and Recommends It to All. j ( S Hammond, residing in Sears, : 111 . ami employed as a machinist at 1 the I'nited S'a'es government arsenal, ' f-iock Island, n.aket the following i st a ; en.t nt : "1 was run down generally: was l.frvoi.s; have been troubled the last two years with stomach trouble and t-e'.ere headaches and reflessneSE. Got up :n the morning a tired as when I went to bed. Had 'r.e.l d.fWrrit kinds of medicines, but found no'hing to help ' r.e until I tried P.art Iiii'-e. Now I frel fine, sleep good, and have no more headaches." 1 There is nothing so effective for a general run-down co-i iition. nervous debility and in fact all the ailments of stomach, liver, kidneys and blood as : ' 'he new tonic. Plant Juice. ThOM iwho s .ffer from indigestion, const ipa-' tif.n. malarial troubles, catarrhal aii nritg and blood disorders or any de rai.seir.ent of the !j-.er. kidneys and , bowels win find quick relief and cure j in Plant Juice. For sale at the Ballard I ""UK and Dental Co.. Davenport. Iowa; the New Harper House Pharmacy, i Pock Island, and E. Jericho Sc So., i , druggists. Moline. (Adv. i JONES & CRANE Offer THE GREATEST MODERN PLAY Henry Miller's Savoy Theatre New York Success The Servant t House By Charles Rann Kennedy, with W. FREDRICK PHILLIPS And a Clever Cast of Players One Year in New York City One Year In London MATINEE 25c NIGHT. 25c, 35c. 50. 75c. HBIOHS Sunday .M - IHWH AND THE SEVEN FOY KIDDIES Prices: Matinee 25c, 50o, 76c, $1.00. $1.50. Night 50c, 75c $1.00, $1.60, !.00. Seat Sale Friday 9 a. m. Mall Orders Filled In Rotation Received. Phone 224 West. DAILY RIDDLES QUESTIONS. 1. Fill in the blanks in tbe following sentence wit,h the same word trans posed: A sat on the 2. Behead an important part of the ! body and leave terra ftrma. , 3. There is a shorter way of writing anger. Spell It in two letters. 4. What is tjie most lianerouB cat? ' 5. Why dies a large man seldom laugh? j ANSWERS. j 1. Flea, leaf. I 2. G land. ! 2. I-t. 4. Cat astrophe. 5. He is a man of great gravity. Remarkable Skin Cure in Rock Island J. P. Wallace Tells of Complete Relief From Skin Disease by Use of D. D. D. K.j' k lHl.;n,1. Illmolii. I' I' I' 'A"i.J.-r(nl unil sia.t,.. it, it- .-ill's 1 ' ti v.iir w ith chr er.i.- er nt. iiosl f t h lnj. 1 c.iild ' Link 1 I.M ' ; s ift. . ,i ' Z'M.i, 1 ! ' ' : "HI " " r s . . ' .- I 111... : i , ,i,r !" 'if l I ' I ftll'1 I t hoilirht "vorse Mt fir'. t,..t lv ti. fi'.tl.e 1 J .-. -. 1 ;,, 1 ..O'll.l i:., ilrwr.if '.p. t!.o ll'-l.triK t it mad- .. I!'"",, !('l2, 1'iy c.a-.'l I kv' t v.r in, .re hut Jil.'l Ii cia-l'- rii 1 "I n;;i ;,' i.T c:ir-. it 1 1 . ;j ' -! i. - . l.-At.Minfcr I t , , - s, ici H I ..I I r:K it t'llm i'Bli ' 1 iik 'i h i.'i 1 ' 1 rimi ri- -is '.'1": y i..i pr'.-t. enta liiii I k Pi. I . .'lip l.li-l ;t j ;it tts r ni.t ' -:. in. i,.i it r . o-i.'is hh an .i;-!!'i' of ! rail IU I'll! H ''it )?,''". I n'ls'i i-. ',! '.'.' j t U.'l !l. V 'it ' . :. : t ll.i!, in ... : - . : ; i,e tt.e , "f .i..:t Tj . 1 ; confiilt t.: rip'ion if the ve to do :-..a.--"ii. ." -I ; .1 I'. I.I. A' '!:. '. S' a .1 '!" " i A vf af- we 'ha tin- Ii I). I). ! J'"' h 0-r in';, t(Hl. 1 ha' ei y fit st f :1 si- not tie - : ,: f'- - ' 'tiif.fi. it will and itr ii.iig scalp iu two wecka or mou a 'n' Drop iu and l' i : ey back os1, y us ten you more alio n this treat rem- dv. 1 1. I), it. Harper Ho ;s- Pi. a rn.ar-'-. 'Adv.) SENSOR CLASS PLAY "OUR IBOYS" A Humorous Three Act Ccrnedy at Rock Island High School Thursday and Friday April 3rd and 4th, 1913 8:00 Admission, 25 cents. A limited number of reserved seats are now on sale at the High School and may be secured by phoning the school. West. 267, during school hours, or WeBt 1423 between 6:30 and 7:30 p. m. Tbe num ber of tickets will be limited to the seating capacity of auditorium. Get your ticket early. the inree Months In Chicago Now a Sensation In Berlin AMY SEAT. Fhone 224 West. 'm March 30 OLD HABERDASHER PASSES. Riley Darnell, at One Time Wealthy Chlcagoan, la Dead. Chicago, March 26. Riley Darnell, at one time one of the best known haberdashers in Chicago, owning and operating at different times nine stores in the loop, died Monday in tbe hospi tal of tbe Soldiers' home at Westgate, CaL, at the age of 76. At one time Darnell was wealthy. He lost JlOO.nOrt in the Oeorge Phillips corn deal. He also lost a small fortune in his ventures iu men's furnishing stores. Five years ago he was admitted to the Soldiers' hospital near Ixh An geles, having served as captain during the civil war. His widow IIvcb iu Chi cago. Society Women's Hair A Simple Treatment That Will Make It Truly Faaclrvating,. Thomas Drug Company Guarantees It. Nowaday every up-to-date woman has radiant hair. What a foolish creature a woman would be If phe lost the npport unity to add to her attractions. Yet in America today there are hun dreds of thousands of women wi'h harsh, faded characterless hair who do not make any attempt to Improve it. In Paris most women have beautiful hair, and in America al! women who use Parisian Sage have lustrous and luxuriant hair. Arid any woman reader of The A reus can have attractive and lustrous hair in a few d a v h time by .using th's great hair rejin enator, 1'a.ris inn Sage. Thomas fttag company sells a large hoi lie for .10 cents and guarantees ! to banish dandruff, stop frillinir hair Parisian Sage iR a-n ideal hair tonic, not st jr-ky or greasy, s-dd bydruggis's in every town in America (Adv.) p. m. Reserved Seats, 50 cents.