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' Buffalo Hunt at Park. There was
iin exciting buffalo hunt at I'ejervary
park late Tuesday afternoon, the ob
ject being the extermination of the un
mly leader of the herd. Tiie park com
missioners some time aso decided that
they had to set rid of the big buffalo
bull at the park because of his increas
ing ugliness of disposition. According
ly a new leader for the bison herd wis
.rilereil fiom the west, and as the
lien mess to the time of the new bull's
arrival approached it was decided that
Hie deposed le.ider should be put out
of tbe way. A heavy buffalo Kim was
trained on the (loomed bull. One. two.
three, four shots were fired at the an
imv buffalo. Each shot added to his
i age. hut not one tombed a vital spot
With each crack of the rifle came f
roar from the hull, and he pawed tin
mound and tore around the enclosure
in his fury. Finally he partially turn-"!
his hack to the hunters and a fifth bul
let si i tick him behind the ear and en
lered his brain.
Small Verdict Aaamst City. Me
of I-Mward V. Welkcr. father and
next friend of Frank Welkt r a mino
vs. the city of Davenport, beini; a suit
fur $r. mm iliiiv.asres. was idven to tne
im v at :,: o'clock Tuesday afternoon
After beinj; out an hour the jury r
turned a v. rdict awarding the ho;
damages in the sum of SIT-V
Davenporter in Trouble. Alhei
White, s'vinj; liN address as Daveti
noil. Iowa, has been arrested at Spr'ni-V
field. 111., charged with holding up
pawn shop of Benjamin Fish,
tried on a charge of vagrancy
en six months in jail.
Former Resident in New Place. W.
II. Davison, a former Davenporter and
for some time paM assisian; chief en
gineer of the Rock Island road has r--sinne'f
his position with that company
and accepted a mote lucrative one
with the Milwaukee road. Mr. Davison
lakes charge of the construction wo.'.;
on the extension of the Milwaukee
road to the Pacific coast and will have
his headquarters at Seattle. He had
been with the Rock Island road for 2'.l
May Marry Again. Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Mills Boyd, who eloped 'o
Davenport. Feb. 7. and were married
by .lust ice of the Peace Louis Kodde
wis. are now. it is announced, to he
mairied over asain after Lent. Tlvy
recently returned to Chicago and their
lelatives are not entirely saiisfled with
the simple civil wedding and wish it
solemnized by a minister.
Acted Queerly. A well dressed
ouiis man giving his name as Will
Alcorn and his home as West Union.
Iowa, was picked up in Bucktown yes
terday aftem o.i by the police while
acting nmetly. I lie young man wore
a fur coat and was spending his money
lreely. When t;,kin to th station the
sum of $'.)l.!m was found on his perso.i.
Obituary Record. Yesterdav at the
laniilv nome.'l-" West Pleasant strcei,
occurred the death of Mrs. K!l n Kcr.i;
at the age of 72 years. She was born
in Dublin. Ireland, and for tiie past 22
years h.is he.'n a resident of Daven
I ort. Mr?. Kerns is survive -, by sc-n
children, .lohn. Airs. Catherine Kc-rnr..
Thomas of dale. burg. Mrs. Joseph Mc
Cioskty, Mrs. F. .1. Lew. Michael and
Bernard Ken.; of Kansas City.
Mr.--. Caroline S( hebler ife of
Frank T Sch'bler. died yesterday rt
I he family home. :2:. West Ninth
street. She had been ailing for ahom
one year. Mrs. Schebler was born in
ierniany. Nov. li, IS'J'1.
Verv Fiidde'i was l he bereavement
which fell upon Mr. and Mrs. C.eor
A. Backus, of ::2'. i n West Thi. l
street yesterd i '. when their li'tle 1
months-old sou, Kvirett Aaron Backus
died wi:h seaictly any warning, and
Ironi car.se wnicii the pnysic;an wno
was called could not determine.
Levi B. Concinnon died yesterday
his home. 125 I'.ildreth street, from
dropsy, witn winch he had heen attlic:
ed for nearly nine months. He wa
born neir Wes.vibe. Ind.. .Inly 7. 181-1.
He was a veieran. having enlisted in
Company ( 22 Iowa volunteer infan
iiv at lowa t li y. lie tornierlv lived in
Muscatine, an.l after :ut yeais' re.;i
dence there came lo Davenport in lmij.
where he lias lived ever since. II.
was an engineer, and a member of the
Association of Stationary Engineers of
At her home on Broadway, east (
Oakdale cemetery, yesterday. Mrs.
Crescentia (lot tschalk passed away at
Hie. age of 74 years. Deceased was
born in Germany. May i:;. is:::;.
Converts 1,000 at Peoria.
Peoria, " 111.. Feb. 1 . Evangelist
"Gipsy" Smith yesterday closed 10
5co1t s Emulsion strengthens enfeebled
nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and
It provides baby
and mineral food for healthy growth. V
ALL DRUGGISTS J 60c. AND $I.OO. X
days of meetings
here with over 1,009
The horse sale of Crouch &
chael ai the Miller livery nam
big affair. There was a good
and horses were in good
Mrs. Mary Tenges
has decided to
remodel her blacksmith and wagon
ahrw into a liverv and feed ham, and
Guv Hodson is going to operate it.
Tiie Misses Emma Bolton and .Tosie
n.w.iid visited Sunday at tne nome oi
Mrs. .lames Davis from Warner's
(Vimsin" visited Sunday witn ner
daughter. Mrs. J. C. Johnston.
Eleven counle. composed of the Mi
lan P. L. T. club members, were enter
tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs
G. Y. Thather in Rock island saturuay
evening. progressive iiouuhucm a.i
played. Mrs. Clark Smith taking the
ladies- prize and David Matthews the
gentlemen's. A three-course supper
Mrs. Louisa Timlall spent Tuesday
with her daughters, Mrs. Clark Smith
and Mrs. Joseph Morehead.
Miss Maud Medill spent Sunday at
the home of her father. Alex Medill.
Miss Helen Lafferty is visiting in
Cambridge this week.
Mrs. Lena Buryanack has gone to
Orleans to attend Mardi dras
with a party of Rock Island friends.
John Montgomery from Mercer coun
ty came up Tuesday to visit old friends
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lafferty spent
Tnesdav in Moline.
Mrs. Henry Perry of Andalusia spent
last week with her sister. Mrs. Mable
Miss Retta Andrews came home Sat
urday ami spent Sunday at home. She
was accompanied by Miss Anna Guyer.
.1. L. Harris came from Rock Island
and spent Saturday and Sunday at his
The young friends of Willie Wait
gave a party for him .ast Thursday
Several of the friends and neighbors
gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Wait last Wednesday evening
and gave I hem a surprise. Light re
freshments were served. The hours
were sp iit in sociability. A collection
of $12 was given to Mrs. Wait. Mr.
and Mrs. Wait will leave soon to make
their home in New Mexico.
T. W. Simmons and A. L. Roth were
in Rock Island on business Tuesday.
Mrs. J. B. Burgoyne and little daugh
ter. Bernice. are visiting at the home
of J. C. Burgoyne.
Forrest Spickler has gone to work
in the njew shops at Si! vis.
Mrs. R. G. Thompson and Mrs. C. I..
Wenks were in Davenport Saturday.
Mrs. Dolph Dimlap and little son.
Gil. are spending a few- days with Mrs.
Omar Bateman of Taylor Ridge.
T. W. Simmons spent a few days of
last week with friends in Sherrard.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Glazier and little
daughter. Hazel, spent Sunday at the
home of R. P. Roth.
Frank and Susie Kennedy of Rock
land, were recent visitors at the
home of their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Kennedy.
Henry and Ben Stropes spent, last
week with relatives in Rock Island.
Mi. and Mis. David Steckman of
Carbon Cliff were called here last
week by the illness of the former's
father. John Steckman. who is slow.y
Mrs. II. K. Kemble was called
Albia, Iowa, last week by the serious
illness of her mother.
C. L. Wenks and family. R. G.
Thompson and family. Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Btookman and A. L. Roth were en
tertained at dinner Sunday by Mr. and
Mis. T. W. Simmons.
George Leif went to Hagerman. N.
M.. last week with the intention ot in
vesting in land. His brot her-in-la .v,
Charles Kerler of Rock Island, accom
Mrs. Hubbs left. Thursday for Rapids
City to attend the funeral of her sis
ter who died Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Clark returned
Friday after three days' visit with rel
atives in Chicago and Rock Island.
William Hughes returned to Omaha
Monday, after spending a week here
following the burial of his wife in Ca
ble. He was accompanied by his si.-s-te..
Mrs. Charles Jones returned tyome
Saturday to Des Moines, after the fun
eral of her sister. Mrs. Williaea
Hughes. Her brother Dave Beveridgo,
accompanied her as far as Moline.
James Fredricksen, the expressman
on the railroad, shipped his furniture
to Rock Island Monday. He has been
with the necessary fat
promoted to the main line and will .
live in Rock Island. Mr. Ritson is.
moving into the house which was va
cated by Mr. Fredricksen. '
A number went to Carwin Trego's
Tuesday, perpetrating a surpiise on
Mrs. Hannah Haugh left- for Rock
Island early in the week for a visii
L. T. Lundell is moving to Molina
this week, as lie has sold his fruit
farm to Rufus Young of Rock Island,
who will move out at once.
Arthur Lawson and Mis? Dena Lar
son were married at Aledo last ween.
They were accompanied bv Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Lawson. A wedding sup
per was served by the groom's sistjr,
Mrs. Emma Fall. The couple will go
to housekeeping on the old Kinsey
Mrs. Powers of Rock Isiand came
out last. Wednesday and visited a tew
days with her nephew. C. M. Hubbs
Hugh Gorman Sr., died at the home
of his danghtei. Mrs. Ed McCardle o."
Cable Saturday morning. Feb. 0. Fun
eral services were held Monday at i'l
o'clock at the Catholic church in Ca
ble. He leaves to mourn three sons.
Hugh and Ed in Cable, and Tom .if
East Moline, and four daughters. Mr-;
Xeil McGonigle. Mrs. John Lawson
Mrs. Ed McCardle of Cable, and Mrs
George Atkinson of St. David. 111. Th:
remains were laid lo rest in the Cahl
REASON FOR SUICIDE CLEAR
Claude Smart, Who Killed Himself at
Lyons, Had Two Wives.
The reason for the suicide of Claud
Smart, who shot himself at Lyons.
Iowa, a few days ago .has become
known. A letter from Beatrice. Neb
stated that he It ft a second wife there
when he came lo Lyons to rejoin the
Sterling girl whom he eloped with
something over a year ago. It is pre
sumed that worry over the certainty
of exposure and arrest led to his deed
Rock Island. III.. Feb. 11. 1!7.
To the Honorable Mayor and Citv
Council. Rock Island, 111. Gentlemen
For your information. I beg to repor
rhat there has been a slight dimin.t
tion in the number of cases of scarb-t
fever and diphtheria imported during
the past week, with indications of sti;
more favorable conditions.
The fumigation of public p'aces of
amusements still continues. The public
library has be?n closed fo. the reason
that, books can not verv well be disiti
w e nave nad a conference with mi
the physicians of the city excepting a
very few at the city hall, and as a re
suit or this meeting, better coopera
uon Between tne board or health ana
the physicians has been secured. Rul
tor tne government ot tamiltes when io
quarantine, and the relations of quar
antined people to the public have beei
adopted, to which the medical profes
sion as a whole subscribes its assent.
There was one thing overlooke',
however, and that is that mill dealers
be prohibited from collecting for milk
while delivering to infected homes, but
in all cases must wait Tor their pay
until after the quarantine is lifted.
A milk ticket accepted as pay at one
home and immediately sold into anoth
er family could easily be the means of
spreading ihe disease.
In all oases we forbid persons in
quarantine from permitting anything
to leave their homes, but this measure
is to prohibit peisons from accepting
certain things which seem particularly
1 v- - V 111 JJIt-.T.T tn i in v c
which are to govern cases in quaran
tine, and we hope to have them for dis
tribution by tomorrow.
J. F. MYERS,
Commissioner of lfealth.
WAS BALD SIX YEARS.
Three Months of the New Scientific
Treatment Restored His Hair.
Baldness is caused by dandruff,
which is caused by a germ. Kill the
germ and it is almost certain that hair
will grow again, if the follicle has not
been totally destroyed. Nels Peterson
of Lime Spur, Mont., says: "I had
been bald six years, and had tried all
kinds of 'cures,' but without any bene
fit whatever, until I tried Herpicide
Nov. 1C. 1S!9. I began using Herpicide
and in three months a fine growth of
hair covered my head completely
Ask your druggist for Herpicide. Ev
erybody can have luxuriant, glossy
hair, if Herpicide is used thoroughly.
Take no substitute. Sold by leadin
druggists. Send 10c in stamps for
sample to the Herpicide company. De
troit, Mich. Two sizes, 50c and SI.
I . H. Thomas special agent.
ALARM CLOCK TO START FIRE
How Wlnsled (Conn.) Genlaa
Able to Sleep Longer.
. II. Bradford, a genius in Winsted,
Coun.. employed In a stove store, has
rigged up a novel and simple contriv
ance in ins dome Tor the man who
likes to sleep as late on winter morn
ings as possible and at the same time
nave his house warm when he dresses.
says the .New lork Herald.
I? r .... . i i .
Mjxriwv inuiuK ce winas ana sets a
small alarm clock and places it in a
ojx hi uis cnauioerr The alarm key Is
left in a horizontal -"position, and a
laicn is so attacbed to a hlnite on the
back of the box that when the alarm
goes off It Is released .and drops tbe
furnace full, thus allowing the Are In
the cellar to start
May Settle Wage Scale. "Prospects
for a settlement between the boss
painters and the union painters of tl:
city of the wage scale for the year b
ginning April 1 appear bright. buclt
is the statement made both by the
journeymen and by the employers. The
committee from the boss painters' or
ganization. A. L. Pttlver. C. H. Elme
and Arthur Wilke. met the union :ne:i
Tuesday evening and agreed to gram
a minimum wage of ;15 cents an hour
During the last year 31 'i cents has
been the scale, and cents is the
scale now ask;d. There was a gen
eral and friendlv discussion in which
t he men and the members of the com
mittee took part, and though no agree
ment has yet been reached, both tho
employers and the employes gained ,e
spect for the position of the oilier.
Stole Time Check. Carl Johnson, -m
IS-yearold boy employed ar the Molhi"
Plow company, was detected in the act
of stealing a fellow workman s time
check vesterday morning, and although
not put under an est, he was given a
stern talking to bv the chief of police.
rhis was not young Johnson's first .(-
lense. I pon l wo previous occasion
checks had been stolen on Wednesday
mornings and the pav drawn at noon
when the men are paid off.
Baldwin Not Present. In memory of
the state's greatest son. Abraham Lin
coin, ihe Moline club gave a banmi-'t
Tuesday evening at which l.lo of the
leading men of the city p in icipat 1.
The occasion was made notable by th-
presence of a man who had known
Lincoln in life and he himself was one
id" the founders of the republican partv.
B. F. Shaw of Dixon, by the attend
ance of former Attorney General Ham
lin, and the presence of the best in
Ihe business and mnnufactui ing click's
of the cnv. C. Y. Ross, president of
the dim. was teastmaster, pmi follow
ing the courses he very appropriately
presented the speakeis hoping ihat
this would be but the first of , manv
similar occasions in tne lunire. iv .
Baldwin of Peoria, was limbic to at
tend on account of illmss.
Decide Building Site. Eagles of M ..
line aerie. No. 1112. wiil hold a special
meeting this i ( tiing to definitely de
cide on a building si'e. Several piec -s
of properly centrally located which
are available will be considered, and
a deal for the one which best mi
the reqiurt ments of the lodge w ill be
closed at once.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Charlotta
Larson, a former resident of this city
passed away at the home of her daugh
ter. Mrs. Rev. Alford. in Falconer. N.
Y.. Tuesday evening, of apoplexy. M
Larson left Moline three vears ago and
went to New York to make her honii
with her daughter. She was quite well
known here and leaves many friends
to mourn. She came here in 1 s;s and
remained here until going east. Three
daughters and one son survive. They
are : Mrs. Alford and Miss Mary Lar
son of Falconer, and Miss Amanda Lar
son of Atlanta Ga.. and Sanford Lar
son of this city, who is proprietor of
a bluff grocery store. The remains
will arrive in Moline tomorrow noon
and will be taken to the home of her
son, 1419 Fifteenth street.
Clara de Clerq. in-months-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles de Clerq
died Tuesday night alter a short ill
ness with bronchitis, at the home of
ier parents. Thirty-fourth street and
the river road.
MONMOUTH ROUTE CHOSEN?
Charles H. Walsh Discusses Plans
Rock Island Southern.
According to Charles II. Walsh of
Burlington, the Rock Island Son' hern
Ihninmriitoinil fl' finiWii'iiwl,i
OlRLCTIOM CHAMBERLIN. KINDT COrlPANY. KJ DlRLCTION CMAI-IBERLIN.KlNDT. COMMMV
is to be built to this city by the Mon
mouth route. Interviewed by the Bur
lington Hawkeye, Mr. Walsh said:
"'es. it is true. The line is to be
built, just as fast as men and money-
can do it. and work is to begin as soon
as the weather iiermits. The ties and
the rails have been bought, and there
is nothing to interfere with the rapid
completion of the work. It is 40 miles
from Monmouth to Rock Island, and
part of the ron'e is comparatively
rough and will be expensive work."
Mr. Walsh also discussed the possi
bility of an extension to Burlington.
bul said ihe people of that city would
have to subscribe for $2'm.mm worth of
AT THE THEATER
BOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
Feb. 16 "The Warning Bell," mat
Feb. 17 "The Time, the Place and
Ihe Girl," with Arthur Oeagon in the
Feb. 19 "The Old Homestead."
Feb. 21 "East Lynne."
Feb. 24 "Camille," matinee.
BOOKINGS AT THE MOLINE.
Feb. 15 "The Time, the Place and
Feb. 16 "The Man of Her Choice,"
matinee and night.
Feb. 17 "Papa's Boy," matinee and
Feb. 20 "East Lynne."
Feb. 21-22 "Swedish Dramatic com
pany. Feb. 25 McRay Comedy company,
week, matinees Wednesday and Satur
"The Warning Bell." No spot on
nth is more wildly beautiful or sub
lime than the rugged N w England:
and tne scenes have all been painted
from actual photographs, made from
tile locality of the play." The splendid
scenes of the ocean, the light house,
the ragged reefs, bathed in the sun-
liine. and smiling with the calm or
lashed by the terrible coast storms.
and illuminated with the lignlning, are.
always thrilling, grand and beautiful.
The scenes lor this play are the most
beautiful and elaborate ihat art can
produce, and are unlike anything seen
in any other play. Tiie company car
ries everything complete for this gigan
tic production. "The Warning Bell
deals with the home life of the "Long
Shore" folks of Xew England, bring
ing out all the quaint and amusing
characteristics and te.ling-a tale of
love, intrigue, hate and cunning. At
the Illinois theater Saturday. Fell. 1G.
Matinee and night.
Better Than in Umpire. In "The
Time, the Place and the Cirl." which
is ai the Illinois Sunday. .loe Howard.
the composer, is said to have excelled
in tunefulness his score in "The em
pire." which is generally conceded to
be with few peers among musical com
edies in point of melody. The more
striking numbers in his latest work
are "Thursday is My Jonah Day." "1
Don't Like Your Family." "Biow ihe
Smoke Away. l'he Waning Honey
moon." "First and Only." "Dixie, i
Love You." "It's Lonesome Tonight."
and "Don't You Tell."
"The Old Homestead." When the
curtain ; ises on the first act of "The
Old Homestead" there will come waft
ing over the footlights the sweet ami
wholesome fragrance of a pure New
England home, the sunlight of an hon
est, upright character, reflected in the
dear old Yankee farmer. And mingled
with this delightful and inspiring at
mosphere of country life is a genuine
strain of American humor, as racy of
the soil as are t lie characters them
selves in "The Old Homestead." What
need is there to say more in connec
tion with the forthcoming engagement
of this perennial favorite? This is its
21st season, and it is as pleasing today,
There are Cy Prime, "nigh onto SO,"
and Seth Perkins, the two "boys" who
Joseph E. Howard
Night, from 25c to $1,50. .Matinee, 25c
Seats on sale tomorrow morning at Theater. Phone 224.
frolic like kittens and never grow old;
Aunt Matilda, Rickety Ann. the Gan
zey boy, the "gentleman" tramp and
the rest. How well they harmouize
in the family group, as after the pa
thetic search of Uncle Josh for his
wayward son amid ihe enticing fasc.n-
ations of the metropolis, they all gath
er around the fireside.
It is gratifying to know that Mr.
Thompson will bring a compiete pro
duction and an excellent company. All
ihe familiar scenes that have made the
performance so attractive in the past
will be seen in their characterisi if
picture smieness, and will include the
"Old Homestead"' farm in iis summer
garb, the striking reproduction of
Grace church. New York, by moon
light, and the typical farm house kitch
en, where Reuben's friends are gath
ered to nuei him on his return. At
ihe Illinois Feb. lfl.
Musical Treat. Incidental to the
splendid production of the ever popu
lar drama -East Lynne" the boy with
the marvelous voice, Thornton' Cook.
will introduce a musical treat thai is
far above any carried by a company
playing at popular prices at the Illi
iinis i heater Thursday. Feb. 21.
"The Halfbreed." One of the inot
( ntertaining ami finely mounted plays
of the season will be seen at the Illi
nois theater Monday. Feb. IS. It is
said to be a superb offering. "The Half
breed" is possessed of a well-defined
plot a story interestingly and effective
ly told. The cast is ail ihat could bo
desired, and all are wtll adapted in
their respective parts. The scenic ef
fects are good.
Sell Out the House. In Moline. where
"Tiie Time, the Place and the dill" ap
pears tomorrow night, the seat sak'
was opened yesterday morning and the
house was sold out at f p. m. In Dav
enport, where the show appears at the
Bnris Saturday, the seal sale opened
ihis morning and practically everything
was gone at noon. The only ruiiaiiiinu
I chance of Iri-city people to see ihe at
traction will be at the Illinois Sunday.
ale opens here tomorrow nt
1 ;i ;t. ni.
Hitchcock Coming. Raymond Hiicii
ock in "A Yaul ee Tom is'." will ap
pear at ihe Illinois on March M-.
Hitchcock is now playing at the Stiiil.
I.aker in Chicago with gr'Mt success.
"A Yankee Tourist" is a sprisihtlv
pretty musical, comedy developed fro u
i Richard ' H
: Davis' comedy, "The
Chicago critics hav1
; dalloper." and
jeined in unanimous piai.-e of it. Mr.
Hitchcock will i.e rcmoiiilvied in "The
Yankee Consul," in wiiich lie mad;' lis
leputatioii as one of the best come
dians on the comic opt ra stage today.
He is said to have a role which fits him
admirably, and shows his abilities as
comedian and d.oli entertainer in Ihe
best possible light.
Edna May Soon to Wed Again.
Edna May. ihe American actress, is
engaged to marry Oscar Lewisohn. son
of Adolph Lewisohn of New York. Th"
wedding will take place' some time thi
year an dthe collide will reside in Lon
don. Miss May will continue her the
Davis & Churchill, Circuit Operators
Three rerformaneea Dally Three.
10c ADMISSION 10c
Reserved Boats. 2oc; Saturday mattne,
hildr n under 12 vears. Ec
AT THE NICKEL00EAN
l;i4 Second Aenue.
Snc the F'riitiflulrnt Hank nif Niit.
'nn:il, a l-VMivnl in 'Irutt:i. An mtr
hn n Klvi'l Ion. thr KcMlskiim: Smiu. "Itlny.
l)onn I lie nrtniii.
Admission, r cents to all.
news all the time TIIE
Company Presents the Music Play
With Arthur Deagon and All Star Cast
50 BEAUTY CHORUS--50
VmlCTION ClAMERUN.M!OTl COflHAHir.
Saturday, Feb. 16.
Mnllnrr nml Mlil.
,V Itciincit Present
iu Four Aet.
THE WARNING BELL
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Sunday, Feb. 17.
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and an AM-Sta:
. bv Joseph K. Howard. Book
l.yii. s t.y Hough - Adams.
50 BEAUTY CHORUS 50
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$i.:.. $1. T.-.c. r.o.'
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Monday. Feb. 18.
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THREE SHOWS DAILY
3 P.M. 8 P. M. 9:15 P. M.
SPEQIA1 Kntire change of program
twice a week Mondays and Thurs
days. High Class
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