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THE ABGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1907.
Collars, Cuffs and Handker
Fitted Suit Cases, Hat Cases
and Alligator Bags.
Smoking Coats, Bath Robes
and. Gillette Razors.
Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs and
Y VISIT TODAY.
.-. Harper House Block.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL
WILL BUY MAPS
City Council Decides to Assist
Project to Publish Charts
of Rock Island.
port Monday evening in honor of her
guest, Miss Bernlce Ornstein of Cin-1
cinnatt. - .
Children's Birthday Party. Miss
.Pauline Levi Is entertaining the neigh
borhood children at her home, 1130
Second avenue, this afternoon In hon
or -of her 12th birthday anniversary.
TO INSURE PUBLICATION
Will Subscribe for 16, or as Many as
Are Needed to Make a Total
of 60 Orders.
O'Keefe Proves Chopping Bloek for
Philadelphian, Though, He
ROCK ISLAND ROAD
ADMITS ITS GUILT
Railway Admits Violation of 28-Hour
Law, But Contends It Was
Not to Blame.
TO BE WELL DRESSED
: ' DURING 1908
Is easily kept if you have your
garments made by an artistic
tailor, A suit of clothing, an
overcoat, will be treasured and
worn longer thsa any other when
it has the exquisite fit and style
that can only be given your In
dividual self by
E. F. DORN.
i -- 1812 Second Avenue.
The city council, in committee of the
whole session, last evening, devoted
considerable, time to a discussion of
the proposed map to be published by
the Iowa Publishing company, and de
elded to encourage the proposition. In
fact, the council decided to take the
necessary steps to insure the project
success. M. Huebinger, president of
the company, was present, and explain
ed at length the character of the maps.,
and showed that'.'to publish them will
require at least $1,500. The maps sell
for $2", each, and in order to put them
out the publishers require, that CO be
subscribed for. So far ?A have been
subscribed for, and it Is understood
that at least 10 more will be disposed
of to individuals.
will SiihMTih for is.
The proposition, which was approv
ed by the council, is that the city will
subscribe for 1G maps aillie regular
price, $25 each, or if less than 10 are
required to complete the subscription
of CO, the city will purchase as many
as may be required. The publishers
state that the publication of the maps
will not likely prove a very profitable
undertaking, and that the city may
have all of the profit in excess of $150
on the project.-
The plan is to distribute these maps
which the city intends to buy, in vari
ous of the city departments, including
the city clerk's office, the police sta
tion, the waterworks, and the different
fire department buildings. In this way
they will be placed where the public
generally will have access to them.
Other lliiNinrNM. x
It was late when the aldermen dis
posed of the map proposition, and the
electrical Inspector ordinance and the
franchise ordinance for the Union
Electric Telephone company were not
A number of telephone users have
expressed themselves as agreeing with
The Argus that i he council should care
fully consider the telephone ordinance.
and learn the opinions of telephone
users generally before taking any deli
Boston, Mass., '-. .Dec. 24. Harry
Lewis of Philadelphia was given the
decision last night over Pat O'Keefe
of Ireland at the end of 12 rounds of
hard fighting before the Winnisimmet
club in Chelsea. Lewis acquired a long
lead in the first few rounds. ' which
O'Keefe's game rally in the last two
could not overcome. During, the first
three rounds Lewis apparently landed
Chicago, Dec. 24. Pleas of euiltv ai w,u ana m iae cnu round put
.u- ., c... O'Keefe down for the count. The lat-
... uu.Lru states ter managed to last the round out and
trict court yesterday by Benjamin S.j though severely punished for several
uaDie on nenair or tne Rock Island & lounas more, contriveu to avoid a
PnClfi milwflV tr the 1 cntte aooinct I KUOCKOUt
it for violationof the"28-hour lawl"
O'Keefe seemed unable to use his
tuib ! uie biatuie wnicn pronioits a Mmo Tn th luh , tha ,riKhman
common carrier from confining stock forced the PhnadeIpnian into a corner
... uu,e ta , .j.u.e man m nourswitn- and by heavy body punches soon nad
oui uiimaumg ana iceuing. judge hm in a bad ay The last round was
inais wiuinem juugment pending re- practically a repetition of the 11th, but
puns ..um u,e company as io wnai the margin Lewis had was too gieat
caused tne tieiays. The penalty ior0 i,e overcome
each violation is not less than $100 or
more man $auu line, 'l he company . . Papke at Weight
contends tnat in many instances the Chicago. Dec. 24. Billy Papke is be
delays were due to causes for which! low the prescribed weight for his bat
the company was not responsible, tie with Hugo Kelly at Milwaukee,
Tnere are 10C similar suits pending Dec. 30. After a hard day's work at
F. J. MATH,
The most popular coufectioner
is now displaying the largest and
most elaborate assortment of
fancy candy filled boxes in the
. Huyler's,- Lowney's, Foss ,A1
Jegretti's and Baker's Choco
lates and Bon-Bons, put up in
1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 pound boxes.
r These packages are very at
tractive in colors and shapes.
.'. The candy-loving public, such
as sweethearts and wives, will
receive them as a very hearty
For the benefit and interest of
the purchaser, these fancy pack
ages are being displayed in our
store. They are always admired
for their attractiveness and put
to some other uses after the
candy is eaten.
Call at our store and see them.
They advertise themselves.
1716-1718 Second avenue. Both
phones Old 156, new 6156.
BURNS TO TACKLE JIM ROCHE
American Heavyweight Champion
Agrees la Meet Ireland's Finest.
London, Dec. 24. Articles of agree
ment have practically been signed for
a fight between Tommy Burns and
Jim Roche, the Irish champion, at
Dublin March 17 for $2,500 a side and
a purse of $7,500.
igainst other railroad companies.
F.ND A RUINED MONASTERY
his training quarters at Kewanee yes
terday the Spring Valley boy stepped
on the scales and failed to move the
beam at 154 pounds.1 Kelly .and Papke
will weigh in at 154 pounds at 3 o'clock
on the day of the fight. Papke's man
ager. T. E. Jones, announced last night
that his man had completed the hard
Dart of his training. From now on he
Explorers at Timgad Uncover Temple
11,000 Square Yards in Area.
Algiers, Dec. 24. Albert Ballu. un
der whose supervision the historical
researches at thernined city of Tim-1 will t!o only light " work as will tend
ad are being conducted, announces! to keen him on edge for the big mid
the discovery of a large monastery Idleweight battle
covering 11,000 square yards, surround
ing a Christian basilica. The monas-l Memsic to Fight Unholz.
tery encloses four chapels, a cloister I Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 24. George
with well preserved cells, and a Chris-1 Memsic and Unholz of South Africa
tlan burying ground. I have been matched here,
SNOW AFFECTS THE WIRES SUIT FOR TRESPASS ON L0
Storm Also Stops Traffic on Trolley John Rinck Files Action to Recover
Interurban Lines. i,uuu uamages.
ninomint, in rw 9ja v,o,. A suit for $1,000 damages was be-
' ... Icriin Iii th firrnit pnnrt tmlnv lv John
snowstorm yesterday demoralized the R nck against Corneiius Buckley. Wil
telegraph and telephone service of iiam H. Carpenter. J. T. Campbell and
central Illinois, tied up the trolley in- Fred Ohlweiler. for alleged trespass
terurban lines and caused heavy dam- on his property on Nineteenth street
age to fruit trees, due to broken limbs, and Eleventh avenue.:, ,
A special train with linemen has been
over the Chicago & Alton lines repair
ing broken wires and picking up
ARE 49 AUTOS IN ROCK
ISLAND, 59 IN M0LINE
List Just Issued by the State Shows
Owners and Numbers of Ma
chines in Cities.
Costs a Little More Than Others
Sold by all dealer In the trl
cities. retail price now $1.80
per sack. If your grocer won't
fill your order for OCCIDENT,
telephone North 1024-Y, and we
will see that you are supplied.
Russell-Miller Milling Co,
Room 8, Masonic Temple, Daven
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
be gladly received and published. But
in either case the identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
Celebrate Marriage Tomorrow. The
marriage of Miss Mary Charlotte Val
entine to Edward W. Schieberl will be
celebrated tomorrow morning at 7:30
at Sacred Heart church. Rev. J. F.
Lockney will officiate and the attend
ants will be Miss Mabelle Schieberl,
sister of the groom, and Joe Valentine
brother of the bride. A wedding trip
will be taken to Kewanee. and the
young people will later make their
home at 2817 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
Mr. Schieberl is manager of the Postal
Telegraph & Cable company.
Japanese Christmas Party. Miss
Edna Rains pleasantly entertained the
Zircon club at a unique Japanese
Christmas party in honor of Miss
Margaret Stader of Des Moines, Iowa.
last evening. various games were
played and head prize was awarded to
Miss Ethel Cameron. The hostess
surprised her friends with a Xmas
tree on which were several presents
for all present. A delicious Japanese
luncheon was served. The remainder
of the evening was devoted to music.
Issues Cards to Musicale. Mrs. Louis
Kohn of 824 Twenty-third street has
issued cards to a musicale to be given
Friday afternoon. Professor Sigfred
Laurin will give the program.
The young people will be entertained
at a dinner party following the mu
JOHN VOLK & CO.
. Manufacturers of . Bash, Doom,
Blinds and Stairs. , Interior Fin-,
lah of All Kinds. Hardwood Ve
neer Flooring, and DEALERS
111 AfiD S2t
- EIGHTEENTH STREET.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
Dinner Party for Visitor. MlssMyra
Bear yesterday entertained at the Hotel
Harms at a dinner party for Miss Ber
nice Ornstein, who Is a guest of Miss
Dancing Party for Guest. Miss Elsie
Simon has issued cards to a dancing
Rock Island has 49 automobiles reg
istered with the secretary of state, ac
cording to the provisions or the Illinois
law. Moline has 10 more than Rock
Island, and there are three registered
from East Moline and one from Silvis.
The total number registered in the
state up to Nov. 30 was 10,799. Fol
lowing are the numbers and owners
of the Rock Island machines, accord
ing to a list which has just been pub
lished by the state:
397 J. E. Asay.
CC9 A. D. Huesing.
1885 C. W. Mixter.
2470 W. H. Marshall, ..
2934 E. II. Guyer.
.2935 E. H. Guyer.
3289 E. P. Denkmann.
3290 F. C. Denkmann.
3291 Sue C. Denkmann.
3292 Suo C. Denkmann.
3293 E. P. Denkmann.
3294 F. C. Denkmann.
39 4 C T. B. Davis.
3947 T. B. Davis.
4234 D. V. Wisher.
4871 Henry Wichner.
5190 George White Buggy company.
5244 C. O. Bernhardi.
5G77-H. H. Cleaveland.
5744 George Hinderer.
5934 Lawrence P. Strayer.
C373 E. M. Sala.
6727 George A. Price.
7080 rF. E. Drake.
7107 Morfis S. Heagy.
7401 Fred W. Reimers. .
7519 H. H. Unverfortn.
7C15 Charles D. Rosenfield.
7G20 W. A. Rosenfield.
7G21 W. A. Rosenfield.
7C99 V. C. Totten.
7722 Stewart Harper.
7742 Henry Krell.
7774 C. J. F. Rochow. .
8412 S. B. Hall.
' 8435 E. B. Lewis.
8484 Hugo, M. Simon.
8C8C Julia Schreiner. y
i973 Mrs. Mary Sudlow. J1
0077 J. ftT. Burkhardt.
9591 W. G. Schott. ,
9C35 Ben Mitchell.
!S)C91 Robert Wagner. -
972J Mrs Stuart Harper.
9975 G. W. Reddig.
9978 Ludwig Stapp.'
10037 John Dee.
J 0082 O. Z: Cervin.
Praecipes were filed . yesterday in
two assumpsit suits against the Cen
tral Electric Manufacturing company,
whose affairs are now ii) the hands of
a receiver, and the stockholders of the
company, for $4,000 and $2,500, by the
Peoples National bankJ '
Six of the cases of the people of
the state of Illinois against the Rock
Island for failure to install track
scales at Reynolds and Taylor Ridge
have been appealed to the circuit
court from Justice G. A. Johnson's
court. The suits were begun by C.
The Illinois. - ;
(Sixteenth street and Second areaae.)
COM1WG ATTRACTION ft.
Tiec. 25 Mildred Iltilland, In "Tin'
Woman of Today," inn I lure.
Dec. 2U "Man of the Hour."
Dec. 27 llumpty Uunipt '."
Dec 21) Illcfciuan - Braaey Company,
Jan. 1 Amelia Bingham, in "The
Modern Lady Godlva" matinee.
Jan. ."i race MerriH, In "When
KnlKlilhood Ym In Flower, matinee.,
Jan. H Tim Murphy.
Jan. 12 "Toy la ud," matinee.
Jan. 15 "The lliirKomowler.'
Jan. ltt PeKgry from I'arlx," mat
inee. - - - . .. '
Jan. 20 "Dream City."-
Jan. 22 "New York Day by. Day."
Jau. 20 "At Tale," matinee.
Jan. 31 "The I.ily anil the Prince."
(Eighteenth street, north ' of Second
Vanarvllle at 3, 8 and 9iin p. m. Tne
atatlaeea Sandaya and holidays.
(second avenue, east of Nineteenth
Vaudeville at 3, K and 0:l."i n. m. Two
matlneen SundayM and holiday.
Much Depends on First Night. On
the outcome of the' first night of any
new play largely! depends its futu
success. That is one of the reasons
Miss Mildred Holland has been work
ing so assiduously to perfect, her new
play, "The Woman of Today," which
she will present for the 'first time a
the Illinois Christmas day. There i
anottier reason also: The fact that
this wonderful little actress is desir
oils of giving her Rock Island friend
a treat. A treat it should be for dur
ing the three years she has been plac
ing Rock Island she has never failed
to delight her auditors. Her plays
without an exception, have been good
and while comedy will be a somewhat
new departure for her she will un
doubtedly cover herself with the usual
honors. By request Mis Holland has
consented to giving one of her pretty
curtain talks after the close of the
second act of her play. These little
talks- have done much to win - her
friends in the city. She will have
something to say of her new play and
how she happened to choose it. The
seat, sales for both iierforniances went
on yesterday and are indicative of ca
with not a weak act on the program.'
Frank and Edith Raymond are first
on the list and present some good
slack wire performing, doing juggling
arid Indian club work on the wire.
Miss Edith is the only lady in the
world who rides a bicycle also a unl-
cycle on the slack wire. Elliott and
West, "ragtime raggers," are the best
dancing team seen here this season.
Mrs. Mae Richards Casey U singing
'There Is Something Nice About You.'-
Kitty Stevens, in national dances, in
troducing the geisha girl of Japan, the
peasant or Italy, the Spanish dance.
the premier of France, and the mintio
out grandmothers danced 100 years
ago. Murpny ana wiiiiara rurnisn
the comedy element of the program.
They are producing a laughable sketch
one of the kind which bubbles with
mirth. The Elitcscope is showing
most interesting pictures. They are
scenes from Ben Hur. Thousands of
people have been interested and in
structed by reading this masterpiece
of General Lew Wallace, few books
having been more Widely read and the
play has created a great sensation.
l'he Elitoscope is giving an exact re
production, of this famous play.
Christmas, Matinee and Night,
. Dec. 25. .
In Her New Romantic Drama,
The Woman of Today
Written by Francis Marion. - :
Magnificent Scenic Production Excel
lent Cast A Dramatic
PRICES Matinee, 25c, P0c. 75c and
$1; evening. 2r,e. flue. 7.",c. $1 and $1.50.
XOTB Special The management an
nounces that mail orders containing re
mittances will now be received and filled
in ord-r of arrival for tne performance
of Mildred Holland.
Regular sale opens Monday, Dec. 23.
At the Family. The bill at the Fam
ily theater this week is one of the
best, that lias been staged since the :
leasing of the building as a vaudeville
house. Every act on the bill is good
enough to be the headliner. The new
bill was presented last evening for
the first time. The act received with
the greatest favor was that of Fields
and Hanson, comedy musicians. Both
members of the team are capable mu
sicians. John Fields, the older mem
ber of the team, has the distinction of
being one of the oldest living Elks,
and he will undoubtedly be entertained
by the local B. P. O. E. before leaving
the city. It is the intention of the
new management to set aside a night
this week for the entertainment of the
local lodge. Fields and Hanson's act
is only one among the bill of five big
acts. The management will" give four
shows tomorrow on account of it being
a holiday, two in the afternoon and
two in the evening.
Thursday, Dec. 26.
Messrs. William A. Brady and Josenh
(Jrismer Announce, tho Re
The Man of the Hour
N'ow In Its Second Year at the Savoy
Theater, New York.
Five Months at the Illinois Theater.
A Play of Now and Here, by George
PRICES 50c, 7.-.e, $1 and $1.50. Seat
sale at theater Dec. 21. Phone west 224.
"The Man of the Hour." At the
Illinois Thursday William A. Brady
and ' Joseph R. Grismer's production,
"The Man of the Hour." will 'he seen
in this city. While George Broadhurst,
the ulaywrieht. has taken for his
theme" certain conditions which exist
in every large city, still there is said
to be interwoven in "The Man of the
Hour" a delightful love story. The
plot, in brief, concerns a young mil
lic.naire who has been refused by his
Licensed to Wed.
Emil Jennisch Rock Island
Ellen Wistedt Moline
Camiel Lileman East Moline
Mrs. Louise Von De Verde. East Moline
Joseph Lempf .Moline
Flossie Everliardt Dubuque
Gilbert C. Tarronts Parsons. Kan.
Mary D. Tew Cordova
Alvin C. Phillips Davenport
Mrs. Katie Davis Davenport
Edward W. Schieberl Rock Island
Mary C. Valentine Rock Island
Gustave Kirsch Rock Island
Mary R. Hennessey Rock Island
Carl Hokinson Moline
Mabel Johnson Moline
John L. Larson Moline
Anna Ferry Moline
Friday, Dec. 27.
Decatur has signed Otto Wagner for
190S. He covered left field this year.
Captain Fred Moore of the Decatur
team has asked for his release, alleg
ing a better offer from a southern
Springfield has again signed Pitch
ers Dereau and Stiger who were se
cured a year ago but farmed to Battle
Creek. Coach, an outfielder, of late
with Flint, Mich., Is also to be tried
out by Springfield. - .
John Godwin, outfielder, formerly
with Bloomington, and who as "sold
to the Boston Americans later revert
ing to Burlington in the Iowa league,
has been drafted by Bloomington.
Cedar Rapids has purchased Loughlin,
a pitcher, from Hougnton. Mien., ana
Springfield has drafted Gocash, out
fielder, from Flint, Mich.
Weston Declines Challenge.
New York, Dec. 24. Edward Pay
son Weston, the 60-year-old pedes
trian, who recently walked from Maine
to Chicago, refused absolutely to ac
cept the challenge of Dan O'Leary.
Weston says that O'Leary is seven
years younger than he is and Is not in
his class. "He talks about walking
1.000 miles in 1,000 hours." said Wes
ton. "Why. the only trick in doin
that is to keep awake. A woman
could do it."
party to be given at the Hotel Daven-1 1&7CG I. Hi Buffum.
A Real Wonderland.
South Dakota, with its rich silver
mines, bonanza farms, wide ranges
ma strange natural formations, is a
veritable wonderland. At Mound City,
In the home of Mrs. E. D. Clapp, a
wonderful case of healing has lately
occurred. Her son seemed near death
with lung and throat trouble. "Ex-
bausting coughing spells occurred
eyery five minutes," writes Mrs. Clapp,
'when I began giving Dr. King's New
Discovery, the great medicine, that
i ;aved his life and completely cured
him." Guaranteed for coughs and
olds, throat and lung troubles, by all
Iruggists. 50 cents and $1. Trial hot
'le free. '
A Good Investment.
-The bonds of the Rock Island Safety
Deposit company, in the sum of $30.
000, have just been issued, and are
now being offered to those desiring a
safe investment. These bonds are is
sued in denominations of $500 and
$1,000 each, running for a period of
two years, drawing interest at the rate
of C per cent per annum, and are se
cured by a first mortgage on the large
office building of the company. The
value of the property Is more than
three times the mortgage.
Application for the purchase of these
bonds may be made to Hope Thomp
son, secretary, No. 1807' Second ave
nue, or T. J. Medill, treasurer, suite
210 Peoples National Bank building.
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Grindalia &,bnsta, 4 Otu.
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Haroia . .
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him If he Inauy am.lktna ; . ' WaUe-rSafloient to maka one Said wm.
W hava no aaerata I Wa pnbliaa
iqi nrmsut or allow asaawtBsa.
Trrr niiiiiniai ii iiinaanaaatail
, Here's Good Advice.
O. S. Woolever, one of the besl
known merchants of Le Raysville, N.
V., says: "If you are ever, troubled
with plies, apply Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It enred me of them for good
2Q years ago." Guaranteed for sores,
orntinrlo Viiima av ohrQatnna - rt Monto
Invunuo, 1 u a a 0 v uu uoiuuiji a w VCU
at all drug stores' "'
SCENE IN "THE 'MAN OF THE
HOUR." AT THE ILLINOIS
sweetheart because he has "done noth
ing worthy." jHe then enters .politics
and is elected mayor of his city. Af
ter assuming the duties of the office
he manfully refuses to bow to the po
lirical boss. One of the first biU
brought him for his signature has to
do with a franchise grab and is pro
raoted by the uncle of the girl ' with
whom he is in love. It looks to the
pew mayor as if his refusal would cost
him all the friends of his family, but
after pursuing the rough road, in the
end he wins his sweetheart and dem
onstrates that honesty always pays
The company- to be seen here is said
to be exceptionally strong, and the,
production complete in every detail.
Humpty Dumpty. The "Saville
llumpty Dumpty" organization .will be
here at the Illinois next Friday, Dec
27, with one of the very best enter
taining companies on ine roau, ricn iu
talent, gorgeous in scenery and effects',
beautiful in dress and costumes. All
are metropolitan artists with excep
tlonal records. There are 18 people,
headed by the well known pantomime
clowri and fun-maker, George H. ; Ad
ams. There is a laugh in his every
movement. A fine chorus will intro
duce a bunch of the very latest song
novelties, etc. Every feature "of the
entertainment is said to be high class
At the Elite. The bill now 1 hein?
presentea at tne; iiiiue isa gpoa. one,
A Itiif Mimical III Savllle'n Twentieth
Great I'aaloiuiinie Clows,
GEQRGE H. ADAMS,
Man Who Has Made Millions
necinl Scenery, Beautiful Coatumea.
and a Well Selected Cfiorua.
PRICES 25c. 50c and 75c. Sent sale
at theater Dec. 25 Pbone west 224
The reason why
all flock to the
Is because they know and appreciate
good performances given in a beanti-
Home Made Happy by Chamber-1 ful, modern, well ventilated playhouse.
ams ougn.nemeay. man need bv live nn-to-datP ihm nf r.
Auout two moiuns ago our naoy gini a, ,.
had measles which settled on her 1 R"uw w"ai lue "uu"c
lungs and at last resulted in a severe wants and present attractions of merit,
attack of bronchitis. We had two doc- regardless of expense.
tors but no rener was obtained, kvery- The wave of laughter and outburst
noay inougnt Ene wouia aie. I went r ,.. 4V , . ..
to eisht different stores find cer- of aPP,ase that pervaded the atmos-
tain remedy which had been recom-phere of our heater last evening was
mended to me and failed to set it. I conclusive proof that our show this
when one of the storekeepers insisted I week is a good one.
that I try Chamberlain s Cough Rem
edy. I did1 so and our baby is alive
and well today. George W Spence.
Holly Springs, N. C. For sale by all
FIELDS AND HANSON,
With their musical slap-stick act, will
make four sides ache with laughter.
Not practice a really
Take advantage of our reduc
tion on Winter Woolens and
have your Xmas and New Year
gladdened by wearing a suit or
overcoat tailored by
Rooms ?1 1-212, Peoples National
WOLFE AND ZADELLA,
With their eccentric act, hold the au-
ldience spellbound with expectancy of
what is to happen.
One of the "world's -greatest dancers,
is presenting an act tnat is graceful.
fascinating and delightfully pleasing.
. SHANNON AND STRAW.
Miss Straw is a wonder In the art
I of toe dancing, and Mr. Shannon has
la grip full of jokes that are new and
he hands them out freely.
Showing scenes of daily life in the
Philippine islands. Also some funny
pictures. ' .
We have retained the beautiful and
MISS HILDA ORTH,
To sing an illustrated song. 9T
Two matinees Christmas day, 2 and
13:20 p..m. Evening performances. S
and 9:30 p. m. Entire change of bill,
beginning Thursday matinee.. , ' '