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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1909.
MEETING TO BE
Gathering of County Sunday
r School Workers at Milan
GOOD TALKS TO BE HEARD
President H. K. Van Duzer Issues an
Appeal or a Full At
tendance. ' H. E. Van Duzer, president of the
Rock Island County Sunday Sciiool as
sociation, has itsued the following in
reference to the convention the pres
ent week at Milan:
"The- Rock Island County Sunday
School convention, to bu held Thurs
day and Friday, Oct. 14 and 15 of this
eeK at jmub.ii. promises 10 no one ji
the most interosikig and important in
our history. Y" never have had a
stronger appi -;!'i u of workers and
speakers than are i yresented on this
"Subjects of t!;e grTtewt importance
to teachers and offiec:;j will be dis
cussed at this couvwitiju. and none
can afford to miss it. Nothing has oc
curred in 35 years that mea"s o much
to the Sunday school douur-me-nt cf
the church as the new giadcd ?y-;te:Ti.
and every school in the county -i.o.ild
know about It and adopt it. It v.
thoroughly discussed by Mis. Marion
Humphreys, who is using it in her o .vn
school at the present time.
Superintendent nnd, Ilia writ. . :
"Another important; topic, : 'Th
Modern buperinu qdynt . and,, Hi
Work,' will be tarco'i up. Thik s-ihjet
will be presented Rev. F, E. ShuU.
It would have the t-.-i;- ncy to regoner
ate a number of cm- s.inday school
superintendents in our county to. heir
this great question ventilated. They
would wake up o the fact that t'aev
should keep up to the times in their
work, and keep up their work in the
schools, or else step down and out.
"This discussion will be practically
a review of the great speech made bv
Mr. Pepper of Memphis, Tenn, at tb.2
state convention. The chief drawback
to our Suadar schools todav is the de:-ul
weight they are carrying in the way jt -lt-' Tnc scenic effect was good, th
Indifferent officers and teachers, an 1 ! ccytumes were elegant and the di t
these officers and teachers are invuri-; 'sue and acting or the class sseu and
ably those who are never seen at a!heaul n!v iu ill" D st theaters en' the
county Sunday school convention.
teachers and officers need instruction
and inspiration, and the place where
they can get both is at the county
convention. Show me a live teachar
or .superintendent and I will show you
one who never misses a Sunday school
convention of any kind that it is pos
sible for him or her to attend.
Convenient to Cities.
"The place of holding the conven
tion thi3 year is very close to the
cities, namely, at Milan, and everybody
interested in the Sunday school
i- 1 41
uvuiu ue meie.
"The best of music will be furnish-.
ed. The soloists will be Mrs. Harriet
Cropper Johnston. Mrs. Frederick
Reiiners, Mrs. H. K. Van Duzer. Mr.
and Miss Jonassen and ma!r quartets
by the Broadway choir. J , -pedal-
NQUIRE the price! rf pixident
nnd it costs a few cmius mora
ordinary flour. "
I IflMtfS kJfttftK tl KfiStteiiiM
r That really mean.", little : to you if you are
satisfied as you are F'tre to be with Occident.
Put it means everything to the millers.
This little difference in price is what en
ables them to lift the standard of
Flour out of the ordinary to "lu'zlicst
the world" from wheat U package.
It "nables thei:i to buy only thes
fine-t wheat -direct from farmers
Toii.'i'in ere 'elevators in the
wheat ! of Korth Dakota, where
they cure u.;iu vgo their own wheat.
To rr.-intr. l'i laboratories where
every dav's run r-f v heat and flur is
rigidly tested w here they prc.ve ab
solutely that Occident Flour is the
best in the worm for-KHXi values,
cleanness and baking qualities
To buy better sac Us to protect Occident Flour
in shipping and handliuy'- ($:5,000 more are spent
every year for the fine, in Occident sacks, than
would be spent lor me or' nary Kino.;
The Difference Shows In
The first cost of Occident Flour is a few cents more you get
the results in your baking.
'fry it vcu'll say with us it is worth many times the difference.
Your Sidney Hack if Occident Js Xol (lie Best Flour You Ever
Go to y-ur e-ocer and get a sack of Occident Flour. Ue it tor
your next bakinr -and as many more as you please. If, then, you
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Jly requested that those intending to lie'
present as delegates will send in their ,
names as early as possible to Mrs. V. ;
L. Eddy. Milau.
ROCK ISLAND THEATERS.
Second avenue nnd Sixteenth street.
Oet. 12 AM 1 1 in in Owen In "An Yoii
Oet. 13 "In Ciny New York."
Oet. 14 George Sidney.
Oet. 17 "The Hejcuar lrlnee" Operai
company, matinee nnd niisht.
Oet. 1 "Three W eek."
Oet. 22 "The DlHtriet Lender."
Oet. 23 Jefferson He Angeleii In "The
Oet. 24 "The llloekhead," nintlnee
Oet. . "Faunf
et. 30 "The lllue lloune," matinee
Oet. 31 "In V. joining." mntiuee and
dehteenth atreet. between Flmt and
Seeond nvenuea. Yautlevill at 3, S aad
0:15 n. ru.
Seeond nveuue, eut of Nineteenth
treet. Yauilerllle at 3, 8 and OtlS p. iu.
IS A K II Y M O H I ".. SI 0 1. 1 X K.
tet. 14 "The (irent Divide," the lieu
ry Miller production.
cit vm), u v KxroiiT.
Oet. 14 "Ilabe In Toyland," with Ifs-
uaeio .lnrt (net 1 1.
Oet. IT. "In. the UjMhop'H tnrrini;e."
da Pleasing Comedy. An auili-
jer.ee of fair size witnessed the pres'it-
tjit.Tbif ,of "The Pagoda." a song co.u
eiy 'fasNaicned af.er "The Mikado." i t
Vii& 'Illinois last evening. There is an
interesting plot, and the production H
prettily staged. The singing and act
ing capabilities of the players are
"As You Like If Tonight. The fol
lowing is freni the Western Illinois
State Normal se!io(d which is located
at Macomb: "It was" indeed a pleasure
to rit through the play as gien la it
night by Mi. Owen and associate play
ers in the excellent rendition of trie
Sha'.iesptarean comedy 'As To;i Lik-
.large cnies. ' Mr. Owen brings hi.-s
production to the Illinois this evening
Rcgue Is Always . Interesting. Th?
Dvs Moines Register and Leader ray?
el' "In the Bishop's Carriage." which
is to be presented at the Grand, in
Daenr.Oit, next Fiiday evening: "The
regno is always in;eresting to the lay
public. The female crook is about the
most, compelling figure imaginable
especially if pretty, womanly and sin
ceptible- to reform, if there had been
Mrs. Francois1 Villon she would at
tract more attention than any char-
acter in historV- j. js not r,.inar!-ahle,
therefor, that the brav struggle cf
the girl thief. Nance Olden, to attain
respectability, should have transported
'a capacity audience by the mere
human appeal of the dramatic idea,
Even without Miss Longfellow's sym-
Flonr. You will
. r sacK tnan
are not convinced mat rcciaem riour is me
best you ever used gives surer and better
results with all your baked stuff 70 back and
tell your grocer. He is authorized to refund,
without argument, the full purchase price of
any package of Occident which you do not find
Isn't that the broadest guarantee, the fairest
offer you ever read?
It is for you to make use of today if yon
please. You cannot know too soon ttfty and
Jio;v Occident Flour is better than any other.
For Sale by
All Tri-city Grocers.
a tn Mf" I
IV IpJ l.l II II I Mill I-
IU III uuuu unni
Bethany Home Removed From
Immediate Want at Be
ginning of Winter.
HAVE MONEY LEFT JAN. 1
Keports Made at Meeting of Protect
ive Association Cheerful W
Children I'nder Care.
At the monthly meeting of Bethany
HoAie Protective association at th?
Manufacturers' hotel, Moline. Mr.
Wenger reported that the home was
never ia such good condition on the
approach of winter. "We will proba
bly reach the end of the year with
money in the bank," said he. After
the holidays, he added, the old prob
lem of providing support for the insti
tution will again come to th-? front.
Never before has Bethany ;,onie and
its cause been presented I
people of this county as this year. The
Wrmers' picnic, Joslin fair. Young
McCombs' fair, tag day, steamboat jx
cursion, coffees, sales, and the numer
ous trips of Superintendent Jahns Jn
placing children in homes and looking
after them, have made this charity
well known throughout the county and
The Kock Island ladies were natural
ly jubilant over their large receipts cf
tag day. $1.13(1.25. which far exceeded
the Moline receipts. "It shows how
Kock Island people regard Bethany
home," said one of the ladies, and
Milan came in for a share of the
praise when $21 was reported from
tags Bold in that little city.
Worker IIuukIU Tr.
The success of tag day proves thU
these cities can support the home with
very small contributions. Someone
had suggested that it would be un
wise to stop the humble workman
vith his dinner pail on his way to
work and ask him for money. This
was met with th? counter proposition
that the man with the dinner pail was
receiving good wages; his wife and
children lived well and even he could
ifford to purchase tags, and as early
s 5:. 10 in the morning the ladies weri
jetting to their respective fields cf
peratioTi to meet the man with the
1 inner pail. Me pioved himself a true
ventleman and invested.
Superintendent Jahns reported that
he fall crop of children was coming
:m as the weather began to he cold,
and that he was looking for private
homes where children might be board
ed at the expense of the parents. In
all such cases, the parents will look
after the children after being placed
in smell aomes. it uiey are a Die to ao
M, otherwise Bethany home authoil-
ties will inspect and report regarding
The Fats and Leans played a second
;ame of basebill, and though the Fats
were this time me winners, the 10
reipt? of the game were much leaner
than those of their first game.
Charles Kerns has proven himself
1 most valuable member of the board
in hustling after funds.
Are 2M lillilren in Home.
The house report shews 21 boys and
14 girls at the home; of these 23 are
boarding; the average age of the
is 7 years; two were placed in homes:
there was no sickness and no doctors'
isits during the month.
Donations were as follows:
Mrs. Ehn of Rock Island, clothing:
Mrs. G. M. Reddig, Rock Island,
grapes: Calvin Reddig and family of
South Rock Island, grapes, Mrs. ;.
Larson, Rock Island, grapes; Mr".
Kami. Rock Island, green tomatoes:
Mrs. Thompson. Rock Island, bed mat
tress; Miss Denkmann, one bolt ging
ham; Mrs. H. B.' Sudlow, jellies and
new shoes: Mrs. J. L. Oakleaf. Mo
line. new shoes; Mrs. Gns Rohwedder,
Rock Island, bedding; Mrs. Gregory,
Rock Island, clothing; Mr?. W. H.
Marshall,' Rock Island, clothing: the
ladies of Spencer MeKN::ai church
cave one day tc sewing fc; tli- I: ime
and 27 garments were made; the fair
at Young & McCombs. besides yield
ing $11C.S3 in cash, brought also 2'j
quarts of canned fruits and 27 glasses
of jellies, besides pumpkins, squash.
beets, cabbage and apples.
pathetic delineation it would be diffi
cult not to feel for the woman. She
gave us an altogether creditab!?
Nance, bringing out delicately the su
perficial bonhomie and reckless non
chalance of the type, and suggesting
all the while the sad, sober woman'a
heart beneath the careless exterior.
She is supported by an excellent com
pany. Baker and Castle have made
a praiseworthy production in every 1?
Sidney's New Comedy. Funny lit-
tie George Sidney (Busy Izzy) has 1 i lhflT. hnf1 f", " VT" ,f, 1 """""" . s on or tlie officer giving especial at
new and popular farce. "The Joy 'd. Z lltri the p,ow company works.
Rider," this season which he will pre-
sent at the Illinois next Thursday
evening and it is needless to say tint
fun will prevail as usual. Sidney is ;
well known to theatergoers through
his starring at the Taead of his own
company the past seven seasons. Thej ve have-, therefore, arranged with ?s adoPtetl- T,le fire and light com
plot of this new piece frolics along the D. D. D. laboratories of Chicago Dlltte. on ,be motion of the same ald
the lines of Sidney's former offerings ' for a special offer of a trial bottle at Crman was Instructed to investigate
and is filled with bright, catchy songo, ' 25 cents instead cf the $1.00 bottle tne rQuipment of the; call box at the
pretty chorus girls, large ensemble as regularly sold. 1 plow company and report at the next
imbers and new jokes. j
Real Successes Are Few. Mighty
rew or the real successes of the time
in thing3 theatrical have been sent
on tour this season, simply because
there have been so few real successes,!
and naturally the managers hold such
attractions for the big cities. How
ever. "Babes in Tovland" is on its
way and the entire cast is. made up
of artists who ihave been identified
with the unique play. "Babes in Tov
land" is produced by a company of 50
people and a trained crew of stage
mechanics are required to stage the
holding of two CO foot baggage car.?.
In securing such an attraction. Man
ager Hughes has demonstrated his
u'ilHi'ie'nRS t-- .nfTrr the Hoi nil the
road to the patrons of the Grand.
Davenport, where "Tovland" is to 'e
seen next Thur.-dav evening.
"Gay New York" Tomorrow. "Gay
New York," likewise styled a musica'
comedy, will offer an opportunity :it
the Illinois tomorrow to judge in ho v
far it has dererved the fine favors
that have been showered upon it, anjjeadin
promises it will demonstrate concr.i-1
sively that a musical comedy with a
real plot can be more than friend!'.'
towards the engagement of pretty
girls in conjunction with comedians
of ability and skill, and in the same
spirit allow for novelty features and
grandeur of costumes and stage ef
fects. At the Family. The World's Cam
edy Four and Dellollis aud Valora ar
featuring the bill at the Family th-:
first half of the week. The Corned;.
Four is a quartet of exceptional merit
Besides their harmonious singing, they
execute several comic stunts. DeHol
lis and Valora, eccentric jugglers, per
form stunts which keep the audience
in a state of nervous excitement. The
Glissandos put on a comedy music.i!
act, and Fred Primrose, a symphony
in black, sings several ballads and
tells a few stories. Miss Mae Mar
shall sings the illustrated song and
the bill is closed with the latent mo
At the Elite. Manager Norman
Friedenwald of the Elite theater
featuring this week, in addition to
very good bill, a maving picture lil'u
of the Hudson-Fuitcn celebration. O.t;
can akv.ost imagine that he is seated
on the shore of the river watching
the wonderful paradi of warships.
steamers of all nations and kindo,
launches of every ueseriptiju. and the
two boats which were th? feature cf
the parade, the Half Mojh and th
Clermont. This him has just bee
leleased and Manager Friedenwald is
among the first to" secure it.' In ad
dition to this one, another interesting
fiim or reary at rcagie Nest ' is
shown. In it the home life of the dis
coverer of the north pole and hi wif
and family are shown. The vaude
ville on the program is of an excellent
variety. The three Algonquins lead
off with a musical number which is
very entertaining as they are all the
possessors of good Voices. " Following
them Gray and PetArs do a trick bi
cycle act which is' really marvelous.
Then comes Washington aud Jones, a
colored pair whose voices are among
the best that have been heard here
this season. They Ring several songs
and "Mistah Washington" gives imi
tations of the songs of different birds
which are so like the real songs that
it sounds as though a number of the
feathered songsters have been turned
loose. Basson and Matthews end th ?
hill, producing Kd Galliger's traves v
"The Battle of Tooon." This U :i
real farce and the two comedians get
it off nicely so that it is a laugh from
start to the finish.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ea.
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constitutional remedies
Deafness is caused by an inflamed
condition of the mucous lining of th?
Eustachian tube. When this tube is
inflamed you have a rumbling sound
ji luipciitui Hearing ana wnen it :s
entirely closed, deafness is the result
and unless the inflammation can he
taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will he
destroyed forever; nine cases out -f
ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused bv
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
free. F. J. CHENEY & CO..
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. CURES REMOVE DOUBT
ABOUT ECZEMA CURE
Head What Your Druggist Says
Ahout Oil of Winter-green
The Harper house pharmacy sub
raits the following to the readers ofjment of Policeman Fitzgerald, and did
The ArgUS. I nnt fWl that iha mhor nnsin !,
.rl?1" sever1 years we have a-
IlOmieeO. With ntir ropnni niaAnHn I
wintergreen compounded with ether'
Yet we know
thorp nro nnlo I
rlght in tnia town who hav .ma
!ancj stili have never tried thi; rem-'
We offer this trial bottle with oucmectinS of tne council. The city elec-
recommendation and assurance that triclan said the box was the private
just as soon as the patient washes property of the company. Alderman
his itching skin.. this mild liquid will
take the itch away instantly. The
Harper house pharmacy.
DOUBLE RATE TO
Another Ordinance Altering the
Charges for Water Fur
nished by City.
AFFECTED BEYOND LIMITS
Tlure Days (irure to Manager
I'.Iite in Removal of Portico
Posts Other Mutters.
ordinance offered for firL-t
at the meeting of the
city council last evening is adapt
ed residents whose homes are
outside the limits of the municipality
are to he charged double the prevail
ing rates for water taken from the
city mains. The ordinance was read
by Alderman Henry Flick, and will
come up on its final passage at the
regular meeting cf the council next
Monday evening. In this connection
Alderman Frick offered a resolution,
which was adopted, ordering that the
recently adopted increases in the
water rate schedule be enforced in
the collection of rentals beginning the
first of next month. The raise in the
rates, however, affects the larger con
IleiuiiirerM (etlinK l.vr.
The fCO.OOO borrowed from the city
banks a short time ago has been near
ly all expended, and it was necessary
last evening to order the payment of
$90, representing several small ac
counts which should he credited to
other funds, which have been exhaust
ed, from the contingent fund. In this
connection Alderman Bloehlinger ad
vocated appointment of a special com
mittee to investigate the financial af
fairs of the city and to devise ways
and means of temporarily replenishing
the exchequer, at least to the extent
of meeting immediate demands. The
mayor did not think there was any
pressing need of such action, and the
city clerk reminded the council that
it could not expect further assistance
from the hanks, inasmuch as the prom
ise had been given that the $t000
loan was all that would he asked this
year. Alderman Bloehlinger did not
insist on his motion, and the mayor
and the clerk stated tiiat they would
keep the council posted, with the as
sistance of the finance committee, on
the condition of the municipal re
sources from time to time. Alderman
I'tke reported a lack of equipment for
the members of the fire department,
and offered a motion ordering the pur
chase of service coats and hoots, the
cost of which would be about $150. He
said that the department members
were in no condition, without thes?
protectors, to fulfill their duties, es
pecially in cold weather. The mayor
suggested that if the expenses of the
department were exceeding the avail
able funds, a reduction in the force
could he made. Alderman I'tke ob
jected to a curtailment of the number
of men. stating that there were no
more members on the department than
were needed to give the taxpayers the
protection that they were entitled to.
The service coats and boots were or
Tlinl Kiile 1'itrtico.
A resolution instructing the chief of
police to remove the temporary posts
supporting the portico in front of the
Elite theater on Eighteenth street wag
offered by Alderman Utke. The may
or explained that the work of install
ing the iron rods to hold the shelte r
was progressing, and urged that hasty
action not he taken, advising that at
least three days be permitted to com
plete the work. This proviso was in
serted in the resolution, and it was
I'oll.e 1'rolcrtioa In Went Unit.
During the labor troubles at the
Rock Island Plow company plant Po
liceman David Fitzgerald has been as
signed to that section of the city on
day duty, spending most of his time in
the vicinity of the plow works. This
was on the instructions of the mayor,
who is acting chief of police. Alder
man Ftke protested against the officer
giving so mtrch attention to private
property aud neglecting the property
of the other taxpayers on his beat. ;
He said that the people of that sec
tion of the city had complained to
him, and that if they were not given
the protection they were entitled to.
there would he a petition before the
council. The mayor explained the sit
uation at the plow works, stating that
he had refused to swear in special
officers to guard private property. He
accepted responsibility for the assign
west end beat were suffering by rea-
T "..h r T? SheCt
showing that the policeman had report-
I cu iiu.il uuier can uoxes man tne one
at the plow company. A resolution by
Alderman Like, ordering that the offl-
cer report from all boxc-3 on his beat.
I'tke differed with him, and said he
wanted to know the character of the
call arrangement ,and whether the. ad
ditional equipment had been installed
with the consent of the council. It
was suggested that in all like lihood the
extra equipment was attached to the
several fne call fctatioiis that were
maintained In the different depart
ments of the works.
Sewer Orilinnni-e l'ned.
The ordinance providing for sewer
and water connections in Lincoln court,
the new Henry Krell addition, was put
upon its second readings and adopted.
The question of establishing a satis
factory f.rado on Eighth avenue be
tween Thirty-eighth and Fortieth
streets was referred to the board of
public improvements and the alder
nun of the Seventh ward with power
Kirurriaic lelIU-r (Irillnouc-r.
Alderman Ellinwood said he :aw a
peddler during last week who did not
have a liceiise. Another alderman
came hack at Alderman Ellinwood by
stating that he had met four peddlers
without license doing business in one
day in the Seventh ward. Alderman
Ellinwood was asked why he did not
arrest those whom he found violating
the law; that he had tho authority to
do f,o. "I know I have," replied the
Seventh ward representative. "But it
takes a lot of time. One day I took it
upon myself to play policeman and
arrested a peddler. It took n:e two
hours to get him to the station, losing
nearly a whole afternoon." Twenty
peddlers have taken out licenses thus
far under the new ordinance.
The business of the meeting was
wound up earlier than usual to permit
of the members of Lie council to ac
cept an invitation to attend tho per
formance of "The Pagoda" at the Illi
no!s. Mayor McCaskrin headed the
party cf officials, who occupied boxes.
Pure in the
Affording the linest. fastest
and most luxurious service to
and from Colorado. Electric
lighted throughout, ventilated
by a speejal device, carries
drawing-room sleeping cars,
buffet -library-observation car
with barber, valet to press
garments, stenographer whose
services are gratuitous, daily
newspapers. magazines. li
brary, stock market and base
ball score reports ami corre
spondence facilities. Perfect
dining car service.
Only One Night on ;
S. F. Boyd,
Div. Pass. .Agt.
F. H. Plummer, I
C. P. Agrnt.
1S2M Second Av.,
THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 14.
The Daintiest of All Comic Operas. Tin- Premier Musical l.'wnt f
the Vein1. Victor llcihcrt & (Wen Mat iNinouh's Phe
nomenal Musical Ktruvaunu Success
With an liicompnralile Cast Iiii lulling:
IGNACI0 MARTI NETTI AND 50 OTHERS.
Two Years in Xow York, One Year in Chicago, Six .Months in H-iston
Ei Scenic Effects. Handsome Costumes. Best Singing
Chorus in America.
"It Is Musically t'hai iiiin, I'ictoi iully I'leasiu- und Femininely
llelicate and Sightly"
PRICES 50c to $1.50.
Hock Island Street Cars to the Theater Door. ,
gg-i-U 'LIU ''fl IWI
Tuesday I-Ivrniiig, Oct. 1-.
Enrraarement of William Ovcn
supported hy J. W. McConnell and as.
sociatc players, including Margaret
Morrison, Clayton Anderson. Thomas
. Langan, Marion Bradbury, Don Mei-
ridield. Nineta Maymes, W. Joseph
, Pcirior, W. H. Niemeyer. and other:;
.with metropolitan reputations, prc-
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senting ttnaKespeare s aeuguuui .uin-
"AS YOU LIKE IT"
Prices J.Th; ."iO 7."c uinl Sjil.OO.
Phone West 22 4.
Feats on sale two days in advance f
the show at the theater box ollu e.
II KM BIB a: 1111 i
tHCCTIOM CHArilCUW.Kll '.-"'
Wednesday Night, Oct. 13.
The l'nriualrcl Musical Comedy.
GAY NEW YORK
A Furiously Funny "i"I Mtniilleently
.Mounted Mughal f.'oinnly.
The l.-ailiiiK1 laugh preil ueer of Kur-opi-
ami Amerlia. Comedians who are
lomi. iil; beautiful, hewiti liin belles;
orneourt eo.stuines; xumpt iie.11.1 rrciiei y;
marvelous meehanleal fi'e.-ts. Fifty
Phone wont 22 i.
iMLCriON thAMU U.MU Ik COIIIiMV
Thursday Evening, Oct. 1!.
1-:. IX Ktalr Presents Jovial
In His New Musi. al etirly Whirl.
"The Joy Rider"
The Speediest Miisieat Comedy of the
Zl people; b'K beauty chorus; 2u new
sonj hits; stunning eot umex.
1'JtICKrf 2r,e. .'Or, T.'.e. 51; box. II. .'.'I.
Phone west 221.
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6 BIG FEATURE ACTS-6
I!ig Special At tract ion This ek.
The World's Comedy Four
5 Other Big Acts 5
Don't .Miss This Dig Shun.
Tuesday Matinee "Sjii-c-iiiP Ladies'
Three Shows Daily, :. S. !):!." p. in.
Doth Phones. Old 9112. Ne-.v.M.'.S.
Prices 10c and 20c.
Formerly the Elite, Moline
Thursday Niffht, Oct. 14.
Henry Miller Present
"THE GREAT DIVIDE"
l!y William YatiIiii Moody.
The lon?r nwaited great Anvricau
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, j. , Prices DOc to $1.50.
Seats now on sale at lo i :!i. e.
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