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THE AKGUS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1008.
IN THE THEATERS
"Molly Bawn." The Duchess' most
; fascinating story, "Molly Bawn," as
' retold by Beulah Pointer's highly ef-
fective dramatization of the novel, is
; the setting in which Allen Doone, the
- young Irish actor, will shine this sea-
ALLEN DOONE IN "MOLLY BAWN"
AT THE ILLINOIS MONDAY.
, son. As a play the story lose.s none
of its heart interest, while it gains
, in action ami more clearly . portrays
the individuality of the characters.
To give greater scope to the Varied
talents of the young star, the part of
Ted Luttrell, lias been elaborated un
. . til as now written it stands out a part
worthy of that actor's best endeavor.
Those who have read the novel will
remember the sinsrng of the beautiful
Irish melody "Molly Bawn." This in
cident furnished the cue. for the dra
matist to interpose Doone's sweet
. singing of several new songs of old
Ireland, a feature that will surely be
enjoyed by all lovers of good songs,
wtil sung. At the Illinois, Monday.
, Sept. 7.
bill being presented at the Family the
last half of this week is the fact that
three of the four new acts are by
brothers and sisters, the name "Fam
ily" being very appropriate to the bill
presented. The new bill is opened
by Miss Jan Bentley, a pretty little
equilibrist and foot juggler, who is In
every way an equal to the Japanese
artiots. Master Lloyd Livermore is
singing the popular song, "Keep On
Smiling," for the illustrated song this
half. The Semon trio, composed of
Martin, Primrose and Si Semon,. are
presenting about 18 minutes, of musi
cal comedy . Chaiies and Katherine
Gibson are presenting a little playlet
entitled, "The Burglar's Kit," which
Is full of pathos and comedy. The
last act of the bill Is presented by
Hennings, Lewis and Hennings, pre
senting a condensed musical comedy,
entitled "Mixed Drinks." Mamie Hen
nings, the little miss of the trio, is
one of the cleverest of lady clog
dancers. The moving pictures for this
half represent the burning of ancient
At the Elite. The Elite offered a
new bill yesterday, every number be
ing first class and thoroughly enjoyed
by large audiences. Josephine Car
sello, singer and dancer, was first on
the program, and she is a fine enter
tainer. She followed In the illustrated
song. Then came Baker and Cornalla,
a comedy sketch pair who made every
body laugh. Harry Turkey Boyd, the
eccentric minstrel, was a big hit, as
were Hayes and Suits, singers and
dancers, who followed. The elitoscope
is showing "The Spirit of '7G" for the
last half of the week.
"The Hidden Hand." "The Hidden
Hand." which' like the Two Orphans.
Monte Cristo, Undo Tom's Cabin and
East Lynne, seems to have an inex
. haustiblc appeal to the English speak
ing public, will be at the Illinois the
ater, Sunday, Sept. C, matinee and
' evening. The production is Fred G.
' Conrad's and as the successful man
; cger of numerous commendable at
tractions he may be expected to main-
tain his standards in the "Hidden
At the Family. The feature of the
of west 4 rods north one-half north
west quarter section 3, east 2 rods, of
Eouth one-half northeast quarter sec
John M. Pryce to Same, tract south
east southwest section 21; tract in
east onehalf northwest and east one
half southwest section 28-17-lvv; tract
in cast cne-haH northwest section 33.
William Kran to ' Same, tract in
west one-half northeast section 28-17-3w.
William Keene Crackett to Same,
west CC, feet southeast quarter section
E. M. Beal to Same, west CC feet
southwest northeast ' quarter section
2 1-1 7-1 w.
Otto Klawann to Same, part south
east northeast seclton 9; part south
west northwest quarter section 10-10-lw.
. ' ' .
David H. DeGear to Isaac Fiegen';
holtz, part lot 7, block 8t Old Town,
Rock Island. $1,050. -, -
Harriet Frysinger to Benjamin C.
Frysinger, lot in northwest secfion 2-
i7-2w. $2,400. ;: A
E. H. Stafford Ur J. If. McDowell,
part outlot 1, town of Silvhj.T $275.
Hugh K. Walker to LoueUu P. Un
verforth, lot 8, John G. Scheuermann's
Twenty-second street addition, Rock
Julius J. Claude to Alfhild E. Bleuer
part southeast quarter northwest quar
ter section G-l 7-1 w. $1,800.
Julius J. Claude to Alfhild E. Bleuer,
part southeast quarter northwest quar
ter section C-17-lw. $1,800.
Julius J. Claude to Alfhild E. Bleuer,
lot 5, block 3, Guyer's Third addition,
Rock Island. $2,200.
GOOD PROGRAM OF j
SPORTS FOR FAIR;
Ball Games in Morning and Races rt
Afternoon- Next Week at Joslin
Band Is Engaged.
Music for the. Joslin fair Tuesday
Wednesday end Thursday of next
week will be furnished by the Proph-'
etstown band of 18 pieces. There will'
be two baseball games, one Wednes-j
day morning between the Hillsdale
Greys and.the Joslin White Sox, and
one Thursday morning between Coal
Valley and the Joslin White Sox. In'
the-' afternoon of the -same days the '
racing-program win take place, the
program being as follows:
- Trotting race, 2:34 class, purse $150.
One-half mile running race, best 2
in 3,' purse $50. -Free
for all pace, purse $200.
"2:30 pacing race, $150. .
One-half mile running race, best 2
in 3. purse $50.
2:1 trotting race, purse $200.
. Two thousand dollars will be given
in premiums and purses. There will
be a special train from Rock Island
and Moline Thursday over the Bur
COAL VALLEY TO HAVE A
BIG LABOR CELEBRATION
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Real Sstate Transfers.
Bridget- Brown to William C. Wil
son, east 2 rods of northeast north
east quarter section 9, west 2 hods of
north one-half northwest section 10-10-lw.
John C. Bailey to William C. Wil
so'n, east 2 rods of east one-half south
east quarter section 4-10-lw.
. Joseph King to William C. Wilson,
west 2 rods of south one-half south
west and west 2 rods of south one
half n6rth one-half south wes: quarter
Isaac . J. Bailey to Same, west 2
rods of south 80 acres of northwest
section 3, west 2 rods of north one
half north one-half southwest quarter
Zadec Wynn to Same, east 2 rods
Parade, Speeches, Ball Game and
Other Sports Arranged for Mon
day in Mine Town.
Coal Valley promises to rival Sher
rard with a Labor day celebration.
There will be a parade headed by the
Coal Valley brass band at 10 o'clock,
which-will end at the park. There
the program will be carried out, in
cluding addresses by George O. Wen
ger and F. W. Herges of this city and
W. A. Johnson, business agent 'of the
machinists of Iowa and Illinois.1 There
will lie a ball game in the afternoon
at 2 o'clock between Coal Vailey and
Wyoming. The former has played 24
games this season and ha lost but
one and Wyoming's fast team will
have, to go some to win. The spprts
program also includes a number of
races and other contests for. which
cash prizes will be given. T. yL Mur
phy will be marshal cf the day. Spe
cial trains will be run from Wyoming
and Kewanee. : '.
Superb Service Splendid Scenery
en route to Niagara Falls. Muskoka
and Kawartha lakes, Georgian bay and
TemaganI region, St. Lawrence river
and rapids, Thousand islands, Algon
quin national park, White mountains,
nd Atlantic Sea Coast resort3, via
Grand Trunk railway system. Double
track' Chicago to Montreal and Niag
ara Falls. Special low round trip
fares are in effect to many of these
lesorts during the summer season.
For copies of tourist publications,
fares and descriptive pamphlets tpply
to George W. Vaux, A. G. P. & T. A.,
135 Adams street, Chicago.
Fast, steamer Columbia every Sat
urday at 4 p. m. W. A. BLAIR,
Telephone 188. Manager.
SOMETHING DOING IN
The Ideal Time to go to the Only-
THE SCENERY IS MAGNIFICENT THE VIEW IMPRESSIVE AND
" ' -
WORTH THE TRIP, AND THEN .SOME.
MR. JAMES JOHNSON, the Eminent Basso, Soloist.
COME OUT AND SEE THE GLORIOUS SUNSET FROM THE VER
ANDA OF THE INN. DINNERS SERVED EITHER ON THE VERANDAS
OR IN THE MAIN DINING ROOMS 50c THE PLATE. DONT BE A RE
MOH NOW COME OUT WHILE THE FUN CONTINUES YOU CAN
STAY IN DOORS ALL WINTER.
Take a trolley to the Watch Tower.
MEETING PLACE LEFT OPEN
Old Settlers Do Not Decide Matter
for Next Year.
A. M. Hubbard of Moline, a gentle
man who is nearing his 90th mile-;
stone in life, was one of the interest
ing speakers at the annual reunion
'of the Rock Island County Old Set-
lers association at the Watch Tower
yesterday afternoon. He related some
rerijiniscences of the early days. The
meeting, as is customary, closed with
the "singing of "Auld Lang Syne" by
the- audience. After adjournment sev
eral hours Were spent in renewing old
acquaintances. The reunion was in
all respects one of the most success
Tul ever held. The selection of the
next place of meeting was left 'Uh.
the executive committee who will no
doubt be disposed to consider the sug
gestion of Phil Mitchell that it be held
at the old Davenport home on Rock
School Day Bargains
School again begins right
after Labor dav. and the
children must be dressed for
the occasion. We are going
to help you clothe them for
very little money and xlace
on sale Saturday:
E0 Children's Dresses in Plaids and
sorted. Worth to $2.50 QQn
While they last Saturday. UOL
1 lot Assorted Corsets, not all sizes,
Plain colors. Size 6 ' to 14 years. As-
Our regular $1.00 Corset.
Your choice Saturday
Prepared for Labor Day.
LIsterlne 25c value
for sale price ,
Peroxide, 10, 15
Allen's Foot Ease,
per box '
Castlje Soap with
Fompeian Massage Creams
89, 69 and
Eastman's Talcum v
Dt . Graves' Tooth
Powder Pas'te . . .
Santol Tooth PfeVder
Klrk.Wltch Hazel, 3
cakes, per box
We Are Showing
a full line of Foot
ball Goods .
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3E .. 63 . X-
USINESS is always slack at this time of the year, but YOUNG
' & McCOMBS must not hafve slack times, hence the reason
for forcing this sale; and to force sales we must force the prices
down so that the attraction will force you to buy That's the story
which is only half told. Come in and see. as
Children's school Hose, Broncho Bus
ters, a strong, stainless and enduring,
guaranteed to be the limit of good-in-8s,
15c per pair Saturday fljT.
2 pair for uL
We are now show
ing a full line of
Ladies tan Hose, 2 shades, regular
25c value Saturday 3 pair rn
Ladies black hose. Ladies' black
si amless hose,, double healand toe,
guaranteed stainless, fine gauze. Sat
urday special, 3 pair : ' Or
100 doz. Swiss embroidered Handker
chiefs, In fancy, edge, hem embroider
ed and cross bars, regular 25c value
Saturday sale: tf
50 doz. Swiss embroidered Handker-,
chiefs. Our. regular 35c kind. Satur
day special " " :;. OC
50 Carlcule jackets, all blacks, regular
value, $18.50, $20, $22.50 and $25.00
values while they
Saturday evening from 7 to 9 p. m.
men's Coat Shirts, with cuffs attach
ed. The very ' latest. Our regular
$1.50 shirts, sizes 15 and
15 Vi Saturday sale 'price
50 Ladles' long Coats, blacks, browns,
blues, size, 32 to 44, real value, $10.00.
while they - '
last, sale price. ....
Other coats at exceptionally low prices
We have a large , assortment of
agent's sample aprons and will sell
them Saturday while they last for.
just , Vt the marked price. Nurses'
aprons, Merry " Widow, Kitchen,
Waitress and Fancies.
A FULL LINE OF FISHING TACKLE
Heavy Barathea silk Reversible 4-in-hands.
All shades. Satur- )Zn
day price reduced.: to"-. . . tDC
Special Sale of High Grade
In looking through our stock
we find a few Dinner Sets of
100 pieces in French and
German China which we
wish to close out at once.
Most of - these sets are in
perfect condition, others are
slightly damaged. The for
er price was from $16.00 to
$22.00 per set, but to close
them out quickly and for
Remember the Date.
38 In. all wool chevron serges, worth
85c. Choice, shades of blue, JlQi
and brown, per yard tOC
50 in. wool taffetas in new blue, bur
AH wool black crystal voile, 40 in.
worth $1.00, 0,7
27 in. all silk taffeta, guaranteed to
wear. - CJ
yard itfl V
36 in. pun dye silk taffeta, guaranteed
to wear. Saturday fifi
sale price OOw
. 36 in. peau de sole,! our regular $1.15
vahvj Saturday. QQa
aCclal ....... 0C
All Silk Ribbons in all colors. 3 Inches
wide. Eat them, up for. Sat- 1 ft
urday, per yard lvC
A Great Line of
New Fall Suits ate
now on display.