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TELE AE6U8, FlIIOAT. -DECEMBER 18, IDOZ
CAST IS SELECTED
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For "The Russian Honeymoon'
to be Enacted by High
GIRLS WILL PLAY BASKETBALL
Meet Members ol Last Year Team
Soph mores Hold Mysterious
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Jay
C'larkson met with the elass commit
tee and some of the teachers to
ehoo.se the characters? for the senior
play, which will be given in Febru
ary. The ltay is entitled "The Rus
sian Honeymoon," and the cast of
characters will lie as follows:
Peasant maid .
Ivan, her father .
Journeymen . . . . .
. . . . Kobert HolVnian
Karn St oil da rd
Frank Sullivan, Os
nd Rlainc Morrison
. . .. Klsa Simon
. . . Margo Kohn
. Ad;i Schoessel
Walter Hart and Sam Montgomery
There are still a few minor charac
ters to le chosen. Practice will be
gin as son n as possible.
At the high school gymnasium this
evening will occur the first basketball
game of the season, when the high
school girds team will play the alum
ni team. All members of the Athletic
association an I the alumni will be ad
mitted free of charge; all others must
pay 2." cents. The lineup will be as
f ollow s :
Cora Van Caller.. c.
Ellen Hudson f. f
Blanch Smith . . .b. f
Emma Ilepler ...f. g
Sara Stoddard ..b. tr
The game will begin promptly at J5
o'clock. All Ihe gins 01 the alumni
learn played on the high school team
last year and the game will be an in
teresting one. The high school girls
have been making an excellent show
ing and feel that they have on even
Prngrram This Afternoon.
This afternoon the Belles Lett res
Literary society will deliver the fol
lowing program before the school:
Piano solo. Evangeline Casteel.
Original s!i ry, Clara Crawford.
Violin solo, (Itiy Monger.
Essay, Ralph Kouders.
Recitation. Gertrude Davis.
Piano solo, Beryl Titterington.
Selection. Harry Cozad.
Piano solo. Bert Kemper.
Muth Mytirj Abont IJ, ... ,
'"'Those mysterious sophomores! The
elass had a meeting last night in the
assembly room. To oeryone "m the
upper hall the strain of "Mr. Dooley"
iloated out through the door and set
them all wondering "what's all this
noise about." 1 In t when the sophs
came out. the boys leaping downstairs
three steps at a time, and the girls
whispering in excited groups, it was
in vain that they were pumped re
garding what they had done or were
about to do. Do they mean to sur
prise us by singing a class song at as
sembly some day?
Tonight in room "( the football
boys will meet to elect a captain for
Ed son Stone has gone hunting.
PI ANS TO WHIP JEFFERIES
St. Louis may be housing a man to
wrest the title of champion from Jim
Jeffries within the next year. Just
who the man is, is kept a secret. He
is to be placed through a careful
course of training with a view to
matching him with Jeffries during the
world's fair. A St. Loins syndicate
"headed by. Mai D.ylo is hack of the
movement. The "unknown" is a
giant, with the strength of a Her
cules. He is 'J2 years of age, and
s-erved four years as brakoinan 014 a
railroad. In height he lacks a trifle
less- than two inches of reaching the
8-foot mark, and is built in proportion.
He was discovered three years ago by
a St. Louis turfman passing through
southern Missouri, who found he had
disposed of every ring artist in that
section of the country. A camp will
be located on the outskirts of St.
Bonis, anil sufficient capital will be
forthcoming to give him the benefit
and experience of scientific scrappers.
A kidney or bladder trouble can al
ways be cured by using Foley's Kid
ney Cure in time. All druggists.
A Smoke that Smokes,
and Smokes Well
Is the kind you'll find at this
(store, and at almost any price
you desire to pay. We have an
exceptionally fine line of
And our stock of PIPES OF
ALL KINDS, Tobacco Pouches,
etc.. is sure to please the most
You know our prices are al
J. P. SEXTON, Prop.
1818 Second Ave.'
Our best advertisement is a satisfied customer. We have not liod one dissatisfied customer I
leave our store. We buv trie BEST GOODS that can be hsxd and buv at an advaataae.
We give our customers the same advantage. We have just received 100 cases of shoes from m
the best wholesale houses and factories in the east.
We Mve Shoes For Everybody, a.nd GuaroLiee Every Pair We SELL.
Special Snaps In
Warm lined leather slippers, hand
turn. This slipper sells for $1 .:!."
Ladles' felt slippers, blue, red and
black, all sizes, this extra value at
Ladies' Line wlvct llnmeo's that cost
the wholesaler $1.15.' We are selling
Ladies red, blown and black Komeo's.
tin1 ery finest fell, with fur top. This
slipper . 4 m
dippers, just the thing for C
lancing, our price J
Ladies velvet slippers, warm lined, a
handsome slippers and very fCh
comfortable, our price vJw
Ladies' high cut slippers, all leather
and felt top, warm lined ""7Ci-
Ladies patent leather 1 hno-st rap
slippers, justt he thing for dancing.
tlancing, our pr
Ladies :!-point house slippers C-
nil kid CF-C
Ladies black fidt Komeo's PQ
only -J t
Ladies Doiigida shoes, extensinn sole,
all sie. warranted fil.C-
our price only CyC
A hadsoine elet Mnbrudered slip-
P'ers. all sizes
Men's all solid all sizes, all styles, all
leather, fancy house
slippers, special juice ....
Fancy Christmas slippers, all sizes.
all leathers, wine, choealate and
Ladies' Fine Dress
Lewie heel patent colt skin, a hand
some shoe, warranted not ti break.
Other dealers sell this same shoe s:..0
to .$:?.()() our price
Ladies' enamel shoes warranted. This
shoe has the extension sole. This
store has the exclusive sale and is
couul to the $3.00 kind. We are sell
ing them for the low
A line patent colt skin welt, a regular
$::.."i0 shoe, with all the st !e of any
up-to-date :?.".oo shoe, an 1 pial to
aboe, v e are selling Q C
f r .OJ
Men's velonr shoes, well made, up-to-date
stles ;in;i equal to any $:t..10
our price O C"
IJubber soles and i ubber heels with
felt tippers, a fine shoe for old
Boys' 6; Youths' Shoes
flo'.s" satin c::'f shoes, a!! solid and
price only S v. K
"I'ouths" satin calf shoes, all solid
price only (3 J
Little dent's satin calf shoes, all solid
and warrantee I
We have a large fine "f felt shoe for
men. jut the thing for street car
conductors and motormen. Congress,
all felt and leather heel,
Men's arctics, all sizes, this is the kin 1
that sells fur :?1.. and iFl..V, f Q
Ladies sfirm rubbers ,
all sizes, prit e
See Our Display of Fancy Christmas Slippers. Doiv'i Fail to Notice Our Bargain Counter
We carry an excellent line of Men's Fine Shoes and gXiaranlee every pair. Our Patent Colt
Skin Shoes are of T5he Best, we warrant them not to crack. We also carry a fine line of Ladies
Shoes and warrant them to give satisfaction .Ovir line of shoes you will find as good as any in
the city and at much less, price.
1712 Second Ave.; Rock Island,
op Schneider's Old Stand 5 3
rT7r tt ? ?'? -r! ?ii??r ?r
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper Kobert Casey. Chi
cago; M. F. Church, Aledo; K.C. Hank,
l'eoria; F. W. Dering. Chicago; 11. II.
Ilaeger. Chicago; John Kussell, Chi
cago; F. I?. Mitchell. St. Louis; S. X.
Tambe. .New York; W. W. l'.radford,
A. X. Stevens, .1. K. Hyde. Chicago: K.
Y. Wait and wife. Keyin bls; I). W.
CiMiley, Des Moines, Iowa; A. W.
Hardwell. Milwaukee; .lohn lirady,
Peoria: .1. I. Kilpatrick, Chicago; T.
Krans. Chicago; K. It. Smith. I'.rook
fiehl. Mo.; . C. dames. St. Louis; .1,
It. Oood. Chicago; M. Cohen, l'eoria;
W. Owen. Marseilles: A. I)e Fan. Chi
cago; A. H. Shore, Milwaukee; F. 1'.
Durham. Chicago; 1). S. .earing,
I'linceton, 111.; (ieorge .Jenkins. Du
buque; .1. M. Kan. Milan; John Sr ha li
ner. Chicago; .1. Mayers. New York;
(. C. JSovard. Xew York; 1). A. Ilebel,
Aledo, III.; Warren Roberts, Chicago;
K. Koy, Salt Lake City; F. Lobdcl.
Chicago; .1. C. Yalentine, .J. M. Mintoy
and wife, San Francisco; William
Clark, Cedar Kapids.
At the Harms ( Kuropean ) -William
Oh!, l'eoria; 'C. .1. Worthington, 1). M.
Swobi. Chicago; K. C. l'roudy. Detroit.
Mich.; II. I). Koss. I'aducah. Ky.; C. X.
I'erch, L. .1. Maskers. Chicago; C. F.
Chambers. I'.urlington ; John .1. Lines.
Chicago; (J. F. Harris, Des Moines;
L. U. Oarlick, Xew York; C. .1. Dtiston.
Pontine, Mich.; S. 10. (Irundy. P.looni
ingtc n; 1L C. Keno and wife, Chicago;
J.Y. Mann. Lvanston, 111.; ( P. Walk
er. Huston, Mass.; Z. H. (ionld. Cimdn
nati; L. I Hardy, Chicago; M. M.
May, Xew Y rk; (ieorge Hnrke, Fort
Wayne. Ind.; L. .1. Primrose. Toledo.
Ohio; Charles (t. Krnger. Xew Ihs
ton. III.; (5. C. Kinkier. Chicago; K. A.
McCollough. Danille. 111.; .1. L. Cra ti
ger, Chicago; F. A. Fverson, Peoria;
M. .1. Hrooks. Pittsburg-, l'a.: F. F.
Jones, Chicago; C, VI. T.illings, llos
trn. Mass.; K. A. Milton. Cedar Kap
ids; Miss Klsie Wilson. Harold Wayne,
Chicago; (ieorge Cockrell. Kansas
City; Z. E. Purdy, L. K. Myers. ( Id
At the Kock Island J. L. Creen, St.
Louis; W. F. (Jarnett. Port Uyron; J.
S. Davis. Cedar Kapids; P. H. O'Brien.
Hock Island; " C. W. Welton. Cam
bridge; Thomas Xowers. Atkinson:
T. K. Lees. Coal Yalley; D. T. Little.
Milan: C. K. Wakeman. St. Louis; J.
S. Wilbert, Rock Island; K. J. Pear,
Moline;. J Kolloff. liock Island; S. J;
Kent, Lincoln; II. Thomassen, Yase-
ea. Minn.; (i. M. Shore. St. Louis; K.
P.. Kilgore, St. Louis, L. J. Will, Chi
cago; Chailes Kane, Davenport: A.
C. Perry, St. Louis; J. McCregor. Sher
rard; S. .. Swansi n. Lynn; F. A. John
son. K. K. Saylor. W. A. Crubaugh. II.
II. Hull. Kock Island; W. Cliristie,
Reynolds; O. W. Hoyt, Chicago; A. P.
Madden. Xew York; A. II. Dorman.
Kock bland; O. S. Peck. Rock Island;
J. P. Plnukett, S. Scliirman, Chicago;
L. Thurher. Peoria; II. P. (Jingrick.
Louis: Mrs. Anderson. Moline: K.
Mull; T. F. Yan Sant. Kansas City;
IL Carev. Carbon Clin"; Oust West-
berg. Sandstone, Minn.; Harry W.
'I'll i I and son. Cable; II. X. Shrayer.
Cable; .1. K. Pitnev, Peoria.
SPEAKS TO CARPENTERS
The members of the local carpen
ters union were addressed last even
ing at the I ndu.-trial Home by S. J.
Kent, of Lincoln. Xcb., general organ
izer for the national body, .who has
come to inject new life into the
unions of the craft in the tri-citics.
He states the carpenters of the coun
try have enjoyed a prosperous sea
son, but that there is danger from
over-confidence aiming Ihe member
ship, and he is urging all the men to
keep in close touch with their organ
ization, ami be prepared to meet con
ditions as they arise." Mr. Kent is to
speak to the Moline carpenters at the
Industrial Home in that city tonight.
Saturday evening he will address the
Davenport union at the industrial fair
that is lning held in that city, and
Sunday afternoon he will speak at
Lahrmann's hall, Davenport.
At a meeting at Turner hall last ev
ening, local union, Xo. 1."J, Fleet rical
Workers, held its annual election of
flicers, choosing- the following:
President Harry Jays.
Yicc President Thomas Hogan.
Recording Secretary Charles Wail
gelin. Financial Secretary V. II. Dean.
Treasurer W. J. Cooley.
First Inspector William McCoy.
Second Inspector Robert Fox.
Foreman Thomas Oibbs.
Trustee, for IS months Thomas
Trustee, for six months Arthur
Press Secretary Charles A. Cooper.
iat s in a
Sometimes nothing. J'.ut there is a great deal in the name we have
selected: for our grocery which we are going to open to the people
of Rock Island and vicinity tomorrow morning. To be ECOXOM I
CALdoesn't mean to buy a cheap elass of groceries at low prices. Yon
are not saving anything by doing that, but YOF DO SAY VI MOXF.Y
by buying- here as a few of our prices below will convince you. We
have a new store and new stock. Nothing old. Everything of the best
quality and our prices will soon make ur .store the most opular
lading center in the vicinity. A SAY1XO MADE OX EYERV I'l'lt
"TIASE. All we ask oT you is t; give us a trial. The lowness of our
prices and the high quality of oar goods will bring yon back.
Can't You See a Saving in These Prices?
Sugar, '2'2 lbs
.) P.ars Santa Clans
Egg-O-See and Yigor,
New York gallon
American P.eauty Flour, best
the market. B "1 (
per sack 4.AvF
Other brands as low in propor
f it ii.
ArbucUles,XXXX & L''f Or
ColTeo, per pkg KJkZ
Fancy X. Y. Apples, Oreenings,
Paldwins and Xortherr.fc C
Spies, per pock JmttJZ
Fancy Dairy Ip-fter.
per pound IJC
Strictly fre.-h eggs ,7
dozen . . m iC
(iallon Peaches, C
per gallon 1 Jv
Remember the Place, JVear Yost office j
1515 Second Ave.
A Christmas Pointer
It is sometimes a trifle hard to select
presents that von are sure will please
the men-folks. A pair of house slip
pers would be a very acceptable gift
to any gentleman, as it is something
he can enjoy right nt home.
We are now showing
a very large variety of
Men's Hoxise Slippers
In Operas. Everett-. Xnlliliers. and a
new style Solaeo. These are made up
in all kinds of leathers Seal, Monkey
skin. Patent Leather, Kid, Dongola,
From such an extensive assortment
you can surely please "his'' fancy.'
A Suitable Xmas Present.
A year's subscription of a popular magazine. Leave
your orders with ns. All the leading- magazines and books,
lletter get a copy of "Quiney Adams Sawyer."
The "TMOK.ERr Hildebrandt O. Cash.
THEATRE BUILDING YOU KNOW THE BOYS.
Pipes, Cigars and Tobaccos. Best line in the city for
The prices range from
to S3 1
Hoth 9 V hone
DO YOU KNOW THE FAMOUS
DOUGLAS SHOE ?
73he Best Wearing,
T5he Best Looking Shoe on T5he Market.
?5he Most Honest
S3.00 to S4.50
Every pair absolutely warranted. You can
set the "Douglas" only at the
Square Deal" Shoe Store,
418 15th St. MOLIJVE. ILL.