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THE ARGUS: FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1907.
AT THE THEATERS
(Sixteenth utreet and Second avenue.)
Nov. S3 "Uu4e Toni'a Cabin," matl
life. Sov. 23 Florence Grar, In "Cppld at
Nov. 21 "Hunter Br-," matinee.
Nov. 2rV ChrUdno Svlrnee Irvlarr.
Nov. 5! "l.a SlusroMe.'
Not-. 27 "I'utunin.'
Nov. 2U Walker liltrId.
!'. The comedy has been rewritten
aijd the musical numbers without a
single exception will be heard for the
first timo. The -company engaged in
its production numbers among its
members some of those who have'beeu
identilied with Buster ever since
it was first produced.-. The promise is
made that scenieally it is more hand
somely mounted than ever before. More
attention has been given to the music
this siasun and the tunes selected
have proven most hnppy ones. Some
of the pronounced hits are "Molly
feyv Q ' y
v V' v; t3ra 1
fitr r j ? A
t ' v '"V liiv
&V VC .ri
s3k f If
which she proceeds to do by telling
her asscAubled friends that she has ac
cepted John's rival, Amos North. She
'means to stand by her decision too,
and it is only after she finds out that
I her accepted suitor lias been the snake
in the grass all through the four acts
of the play, plotting with his weak
mind as cleverly as he could to break
I up the understanding between his love
land the man of her choice and 'going
o lengths that only confessed crim
inals are accused of going that she
loosens her grip on the scoundrel and
allows him to drop back into the pool
)f deceit and falsehood that was Ms
natural habitat. Florence Clear plays
this remarkable uirl and will ai.near
the part when "Cupid at Vassar"
oines to the Illinois tomorrow, mat
inee and nighT. :
Smallest on the Stage. Miss Mar
garet Minton, the little leading ladv of
he "Panama" company which will be
een here Wednesday. Nov. 27, is per
haps th'i smallest soubrette on the
tage todav. outside the Lilliputian:-..
Mii-s Minion's part in the new comedy
liama is that of a young carefree
hild of nature of about It) .summers.
uid in Uie first three acts and later.
hat of a young woman of 20 years.
but her cleverness and size is such
hat she convinces her audience that
he is no older than she appears to be
luring. the early portion of the nlav.
At the Elite. Jewell's Manikins
continue to draw large crowds at each
performance at the Klite and are lo
remain all week. Thevither numbers!
on the bill are all good. Cillinore and
I'astle. the black face comedians, keen
the audience convulsed witlr mirth.
f)e Orio has a novel and entertainiir'
let. Mrs. .Mae Kichards Casey is sing
ing Down in the Valley Where the
Lit lies Crow." Alex Mason is showing
one of the ino.t interesting nietures
ever placed on the white sheet.
FLORENCE GEAR IN "CUPID AT VASSAR" AT THE ILLINOIS
Nov. .'to I'nlnlliii; the Tnnn,' inat-
(FlithteMifh atrept. north of Seconcff.
Vaudeville nl 3. N auil 0:1. p. m. Two
nnllnrra StitKlnyMniii! Imlldttyn.
from Mayo." "Won't You Be My Ba'oy
Roy." "Old Rill Oliver." "I won't Flay
I'nless You Coax Me." "Rosebud." "I
Couldn't Make a Hit with Susie." and
now "Luster Crown" song. As au
additional feature this season -the cele
biated Hughes musical trio has been
1s Resl College Girl. Kate Newton.
the heroine of the new musical college
(Second iivpiiue, fast of Nlneteentli i -i, s play, "Cupid at Vassar." is not
Btrf,t- only the basketball champion, but the
-v Vaudeville at 3. s nnd :i.t p. m. Tij i pretxji.f ative .Amci icnu crHlege ! gii 1-
She lias a clear mind, a clean heart
and a well developed niusclo. She is
high spirited, and, when the thinks
that her lover. John Willett, has cet
his eyes eJs-ewhere, it doesn't take her
all day to decide to give him a lesson.
niatlurra Sundnyx and holiday.
Play Is Nearly All New. "IVnter
"Rrown" as it will be presented at th''
. Illinois theater .Sunday, Nov. 2!, mat
inee and nigh', w:ll be almost entirely
Alas, I never went to sleep at all but when the impudent
brazen sun kissed me upon my egg and rugar coat I "oped" my
eyes- to gaze upon to-morrow. Lo ! my " highland lassie " cousin
from the cool, romantic table-lands of ' Mexico stood before me
lisping "Good morrow, Cousin Coffee Bean, shall you breakfast
to-day?" To-day, I cried ! No! to-morrow!
My cousin, Miss Mexican Bean, is a,
most hififh born voung lady none
higher a veritable aristocrat among
the Coffees and greatly imitated for
commercial deception,' not only by
poorer sorts of Coffees from other
lands, but by the less fortunate and
lower born of Mexico.
She belongs not to the valleys, but flourished on the
great plains thousands of feet above the sea, where she
was selected by Arbuckles, who now present her for
your exhilaration with her natural companion, San Paulo,
whom I shall next introduce to you " Certified " and
true to name. '
Drink Hearty! ;"' .'
i 40 tWU worth of AAoclW Tarioul Ceitied Cuffew-ipecial pcige tpedal price while tfy U.
Powers at the Burtis. James T.
Powers appeared yesterday at the Hur-
tis. diawHii' two uood crowds. 'The
I'.iue Moon" inoveil to be just what
was expected, a lirst class nei-form-
nee in every way.
Here. Stetson's "Uncle
with a big cast and all
W .... - o.-j(..".
s- "if ! -w' ? s
NiJ.fhTv. NICHOLS IN "HiISTER
BROWN" AT THE ILLINOIS
the usual features, is
theater this evening.
at the Illinois
SKATING RINK TO REOPEN
Interior Repainted and Floor Put In
The roller skating rink on Sixteenth
:;treet is to be reopened tomorrow ev
ening after having been closed ' two
months - following a week or two of
us6 early in the season. The interior
of the building will present, a neat a p
pearance for the opening.. The entire
interior has been given a coat of new
paint, and several incandescent light :
arches have been placed the width of
the room just beneath the canvas cov-'
ering overhead.- ' I
The floor, controversy over which
was the cause of the former closing-, '
will be as good as new following the
damage it received from a heavy rain!
late in the summer. The American
Floor Surfacing Machine company of
Toledo. Ohio, ,lias Harry Reman here
retouching the floor. The machine
used to grind tne hardwood surface is
run by a four-horse power electric mo
tor, and by tomorrow night, after four
days of use, will give a practically new
surface to the floor. The western end
of the floor has been relaid, this por
tion having been too badly damaged
for grinding. - i
For one day only, tomorrow, Satur
day; we will have one of the finest fur
demonstrations ever brought to the
city, including a beautiful line of jack
ets in seal, otter, beaver, sable-squirrel, I
near-seal and other furs. It will be
well worth yourjvhile to see thiij line!
whether you buy or not, and all are
invited. We also received today an-
Iniher fine line if suits nnnta
and hats. If you want the real
new thing, come and see us tomorrow.'
On cash purchases we take clearing
house checks at $1.03 on every $l;o'
you can earn 5 cents on everjr-il by 1
tradingMiere. , ' I
MRS. AMANDA HASSETT-PAHL.
Second floor, see sign. Take ele
vator. 107 West Second street. Dav
enport, Iowa. y'r ,
"We have many reasons for giving thanks. To all those who have
bought our shoes and they are legion we offer congratulations. We
know they will not suffer the misery of being improperly shod.
We don't want to spend much time praising our goods. We want
you to come and see them and form your own opinion; we feel sure
you will be perfectly satisfied with both quality and price.
Our stock of ladies' winter shoes is ready for your inspection
embraces all the latest designs from the very best makers.
Ladies' line tan Russian calf shoes, blucher style, military
i - $4.00
Indies' new short vamp shoes, in patent colt and gun metal calf, with
mat kid tops, military heel, in button or lace, made on the
'' last" ' : $3.50
Mannish shoes for ladies in patent
colt, dull tops, with a low mili
tary heel, button or lace $-1.00
Ladies' shoes, made of patent colt, gun
metal calf and vici kid'buttou or lace,
in the very latest .
stvie c nn ,inl
- apu.VIU p,
ladies' shoes, rnade of box calf and
kid. blucher or
a. $1.50 $2.50
The men who are extremely critical in choosing their footwear will
find our present varied winter lines large and attractive.
Men's fine patent colt or gun metal calf shoes, with box kid
top,, military heel, button or lact
Men's gun metal calf or patent colt shoes, dull top, blucher
style, made on the "diamond" and "Victor" lasts $3.50 an $4
Men's, velour calf, box calf and
vici kid shoes, heavy or
light soles $2.50 and $3
Mtn's shoes, made of box grain,
calf and dougola, lace or
congress...... 31.50 and $J
Men's waterproof shoes, tan . '
or black $3,50 -b $6
Misses' and Children's
ru ... .
In our stock of trusses' and children's
shoes you will find they are of a sub
stantia! sort, just the kind we ask you
to buy for winter wear.
Misses' Cne.patent colt and gun metal
stie $1.85 ia $2.50
Misses' velour calf, box calf and kan
garoo calf, lace Or
button $1.50 to $1.75
Misses' kid and caif
hoes $1.00 to $1.25
Children's patent colt and vici kid
shoes, blucher style, sizes SMj
to io' $1.50 to $1.85
Children's box calf, kangaroo calf and
heavy kid shoes, blucher style, sizes
90 to $1.35
Children's shoes, made of patent colt,
vcloyr calf and vici kid, sizes .
5 to s 75 to $1.25
Children's kid shoes, sizes 5
to s 60rt to 75
Children's shoes, made of patent colt,
velour calf and vici kid, sizes
2 to 5 75 to $1.00
Children's kid shoes, sizes 2
to 5 .....'... 50 to 65
Our warm lined shoes will keep
your feet warm and your sys
tem, free from coughs and colds.
A pair of Felt Shoes or Slippers
will soon pay for themselves.
Women's Kid Shoes; warm
lined, patent tip,
lace $1.50 ?nd $1.75
Women's Felt Shoes, leather
foxing, leather sole,
plain toe.. $1.00 to $1.50
Women's Felt Juliet, fur trim
med, in all
colors $1.00 t $1.45
Women's Felt Slippers, leather
le 60 to $1.00
Men's Felt Shoes, leather fox
ing, heavy leather
le $2.00 to $3.00
Men's Felt Shoes, leather fox
ing, light leather
sole.... ...$1.50 to $2.00
Men's all felt
slles $1.50 to $2.00
Men's felt slippers, with felt or
sole.... -75 to $1.0
Boys', .Youth's and Lit
tle Gents' Shoes
We have found a manufacturer who
has learned, how to make boys' shoes
that pos:ess both style and wear.
Roys' Patent Colt. Gun
and Box Calf Shoes,
$2.00 to $2.50
and Kaugaroo Calf
Roys' Vici Kid
Shoes, Lace or
Blucher ....$1.50 to $2.00
Boys' Calf Shoes. S.100 to $1.50
Youths' Velour Calf, Gun Metal, Pat
ent Colt and Box Calf Shoes,
Blucher style. .. .$1.75 to $2.25
Youths' Kangaroo Calf and Vici Kid
Shoes. Lace or
Blucher :.$1.50 aiul $1.75
Sl'oes $1.00 $1.25
Little Gents' Patent Colt arul Velour
Calf Shoes, Blucher .
Kt.vle $1.75 to JR2.O0
Little Gents' Box Cair, Kangaroo Calf
and Vici Kid
Shoes $1.25 to $1.50
Little Gents' Calf
Shoes...; '..:90 a,'d $1.00
Ladies' fine Patent Colt, Bow and Lace ties. $2.50
Ladies' 4-strap Slippers. Patent and Kid $2.00
Ladies' 3-strap Slippers, Patent and Kid.. $1.50
Ladies' 1-strap Slippers, Patent and Kid $1.00 and $1.25
MEN'S SLIPPERS. ;
Men's fine Black and Chocolate Romeos $1.50 to $2.00
Men's Alligator Slippers ... . .$1.75
Men's fine Slippers all styles, Chscolate, Black
ad Taiu $1.00 $1.50
Men's fine Velvet Slippers r.'. 85
Men's imitation Alligators and Velvet .Slipper 60
1703 Second Ave.
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Buy for 3
' A Good Investment.
The greatest health regulator is a
bottle.. of good beer taken with meals.
Cross-Country is the best obtainable.
Telephone West 89 old. or 6089 new.
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trecker & Lew i s,
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