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TIIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1010.
OLD RIVALS ABE
READY TO FEET
Rock Island and Moline High
School Football Teams Wait
for the Whistle.
ARE EVENLY MATCHED
Comparison Shows but a Pound Pif
ference in Average Weight of
Saturday the old rivals, Rock Island
and Moline high schools, will face each
other on the gridiron in the annual
football game for this year. The con
test will take place at Athletic park
In Moline. The outcome of the game
is very much in doubt and the follow
ers of each team are confident of vic
tory, in the face of the record of the
two schoolgduring the past 11 years,
it would be hard to venture a guess
on the result unless the guess was
that the game would be a close, hard
fought one. The Rock Island boys
have improved wonderfully during the
past two weeks, and if they play
against Motine as they did against
Clinton, the maroon and white is
bound to be dragged in the (lust. On
the other hand, however, the Moline
team will be greatlv strengthened for , ,
. , , Grove, le l-l
the contest by the return to the squad!., , ,
- ., . , Be hnamann, le Ion
of Ray Dewrose, one of the strong j j
men on last vear's team. Dewrose;,"' . , ' 'V, '.Z
v i ,....: .1 Wright, rhb U4
tis Liaiifu Hum ina iui; lmis ear imi
account of a scrape in which he was
entangled and which got him in bad
"with the school authorities in Moline.
He now has smoothed over the diffi
culties, and has been declared eligible
again. Hj will plav some position in
tho line, insr whoro has rot hren set-1
tied as vet.
Comparison of Trunin.
Dope shows that the two teams are ;
apparently even better matched than1
usual. In weight the Rock Islander? j
w ill have an advantage of about one :
pound to the man, while in experience;
the Moline team will have the edge,
as there are more players from last
.)tdl s ivaiil III I i: sqriiia UUlil UlfH-
are in the Islander squad. The game
in uui ue out; ji iuui iiii.iii siais-, cia i
neuner team Drags or any worici neat-j
ers. Both have their strong men. but 1
they have shown up best in team
ALL THIS WKKK.
Maxwell-Hall Stock Company
A Dramatization of Charles Reed's
Novel of Foul Flay.
The Feature Play
"A Wife's Defense"
Speciaj 3Iat"nee SaturiTrty, lOc.
Six Big Vaudeville Acts as an Added
THE GREAT RENOS
A Show in Themselves
Prices 10c, 20c 30c.
Matinees Wednesday. Saturday
and Sunday. Prices Sunday after
noon, 10c and 25c. Wednesday and
Saturday afternoons. 10c.
Now Who's Got the Show.
Look. Last four days greatest show
of the season. Kvery act a
Don't Fail to
Greatest Animal Act in Vaudeville.
FIVE OTHER BIG ACTS
Standing room will he at a premium.
Come early. Old Phone 16S5.
Saturday Nighf, Wv. 12
Kfow and Erfanoer Present
And ilia Company in
Heir lilMsfbasicPs Wife"
by S. E. Thomas.
ii he Biggest Comedy Uit in New York and
Cfriccg Lest Season.
Seats Now On Sale
PRICES 5Gc, 75c, SI and S1.50
play. For Rock Island, Hughes, Mac
Manus and Grove are expected to
shine, and for Moline Parkhurst, Mel
in, Claar and Dewrose are counted
upon to do the heavy work. The fol
lowing tables show the prospective
lineups of the two teams and the
weights of the players:
Melin, re 152
Claar, rt US
Berg, rg 147
Sandmark, c lfiu
Clans, lg 152
Fackler, It 153
Pearson, le lot
Livingston, q 132
Coyle. lhb K!
Ainsworth, fb I'M
Parkhurst, rhb l"?
Dewrose, t or g IC'i
Number of players with two years'
experience Six, Melin, Claar, Ka''k-
ler, Coyle. Dewrose and Parkhurst.
.Mimtier wnn one years experience,
a erase weicnr or sound mpmners.
eight of back field d..o. IiacK-
134. Total weight of.
Average weight of j
Ilork Island Line.
Mclntyre, rt l'rocds were for the most part in mis-!
iaylor. rg !---
jBudelier, rg 1""'one break in a clean slate came as a
j Hughes, c I'1" ! big surprise.
Woodin, lg 15j ,a1 on,u Have Kffert.
Benson, fb H"
MacManus. lhb ""5
Total weight 1921
Number of players with two year.s'
experience Four, Dooley, Mclntyre,
Tremann. lhnamanu. Number with
one year's experience 9. Average
weight of 13 members of squad 147.7.
Weight of backs 55". Average weigh:
of backs 130. Weight of line 1302.
Average weight of line 151.
in Hrcor.i r srhooN.
The record of the two teams for the1
past 11 years shows that Rock Island
has won three times, lost four times '
,aisu l!t'U lilt." I fllimuilli iwui p,rtiur
j with the Moliners. On total scores .
uimie, .uuiuit' iia. i iciic uiuini iiiiciiiini
to two overwneiming victories over
the Islanders, one of 37 to 2 in 1900
and one of 41 to u in 1907. Moline ;
has been blanked twice, while Rock
Island has been kept from scoring
four times. The complete record dur
ing the period mentioned is as fol
lows : "
1S0 Rock Island. 2'"
190 Rock Island, 2;
lPi1 Rock Island, (V
19i2 Rock Island, 0:
1903 Rock Island. 12:
1901 Rock Island. 0; Moline, 4.
1905 Rock Island 4; Moline. 0.
10 06 Rock Island, n: Moline, 10.
1907 Rock Island, 0; Moline, 41.
1908 Rock Island. n; Moline, r.
1909 Rock Island. 5; Moline, 5.
Tigers Claim Championship.
Tbe Tiger forjtball team havinz de
feated all teams of is class in tbe
twin-cities, will next Sunday meet the
Davenport West Ends at the Daven-
r-ort hnll nark fnr the tri-ritv rham- I .
eiOIlriliip Ul Jltl' 11 1 l.-i 11 l itrciuio. i if
Tigers so far this season have been
I scored on only once, their record be
jing as follows: Tigers. 0; Eldorados.
;0; Tigers 22, Maroons 0; Tigers 15,
iSoeials 2: Timers 12, Brunswicks 0.
arc easily forestalled and avoided. If
you. are troubled with, a burning sen
sation in the stomach, distressed feel-
incr nftpr rntintr rilnir of ra nrw1 hit-
t r.f - o- .
ter fluid from the stomach have a,'u":5
bad breath, arc nervous, dispirited, j
"lnpy." constipated LOOK OUT I j Toal ...
You've got indigestion and that will : Roantree
soon mean DSPEPSIA. . S'mon ..
U,r:i,' P,L lnt: T., i Nicholas
I J I Kaupke
! will help you quickly, surely. It is ! nal!g
the simple but surely effective lemedyv,..!" '"
Cii uu. lvjiciciuicia uivaiuiiu.c 111 ail
I stomach disorders. Prepare, each
i morning, a cupful of this Tea divide
i it into four doses take one dose after
! each meal, and at bed-time notice how quickly
; you feel bettert
i Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is a scientific
j blend of Nature' roots, herbs, leaves and seeds,
! Foil hv all druggists, 't Sic a package u.akin
' 105 cuss i i real LeJtii Tea.
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GOING IS SANDY
Chicago Moor Club Contest
ants Make Slow Time from
Quincy to Peoria.
WORST ROADS YET FOUND
Several Check in Karri jr in Time to
J'scape Penalties Only One
Ciiven Had Marks.
j Peoria, 111., Nov. 10. Yesterday's
I inarch from Quincv to (his Dlaeo. the
j third leg of the l.non-mi'e reliability
j run of the Chicago Motor club, was!
aimost a sweeping victory tor tnei
clean score contestants. When the'
last car checked in hero last night af -
ter the long trip of 2'""5 miles, only
!0ne addition was made to the nenaltv
list, this being the No. C HalUdayi
UfHi, to ..i .. . i.
ii ii it ill in i i im i i . iiii i 1 1 : i i ii i him
hi,-, ami ad ins! went tn tlio rarhnr ntnr.
This leaves out of the 27 contesting
cars still in the run a total of IS per-
! fei-t scores with the penalties sh.trcd
i bet ween the remaining nine.
The journey yesterday was by farITh .,, h.s hon rovio...Pf, ,1V ....
H'-'ltho hardest of anv of the trins. The
i orable shape and the reporting of onlv
! The condition of the highways made
; itself evident, however, in the run-
ning time. A number of the machines
found it a hard job to keep up with
the schedule ranging from 10 to 20
miles per hour, and several checked
in barely in time to beat out a penalty.
The No. 10$ Imperial was the last
to arrive, due to tire trouble, but no
penalty is likely. The judges failed
to act or. the case, simply posting a
"No report" marl;. The tiny No. 103
Hupmobile was another to find the go
ing hard, and checked in at 6:21, but
in time to escape any black marks.
Snud l It. id.
What caught most of the cars was
the heavy, deep sand. For mile after
mile this kind of road was encountered
j and many found it necessary to back
up and start over again in ordr to
prim fl!.Ui;ii iiLiMiifrui mil . iu i.'ii.jii
through the sand, which in spots was
wnd, r..u-um,- ,Wu,,,,a-u .
1.1 r t, . . . . .-,1..
s nem up 1-1 ;.i.n- ..uuj3
faces of this kind, but finally worked
lout after an afternoon of effort
TOAL LOOKS LIKE
WINNER IN TOURNEY
;.. l.. fv...t.w
With (ifMMl Margin Defeats
Kaupke i.ast Kvening.
With the billiard tournament at the
Arcade drawing to a close it seems as-
sured that Will Toal will he the win-
ner. He heads the percentage column
at present with a standing of .So 1 ,
while his nearest competitor, Charles
Rountree, has .71 -r.. Last evening Toal
played Kaupke and defeated him 77 to
45. The other players in the tout na-
inent gathered at the table to watch
ana to pun Hrtuisi u.r
leader, as they all desired to see Toal and conditions as he has found them. Hiving together, and they warned him : is tuneful and a rollicking line of
drop a notch so as to give the lower and has not been obliged to exaggerate j .,, lo careful; that she "was probably! pretty, graceful girls complete the stage
men a better chance. This merely put ; in driving home thr lesson that he'only after his money. Madison goes i piclure. Louis She; hard and l.awr
Toal on his metal and he not only has sought to impress. In the unrav-: Lack to the young woman's hotel ' ,-nce Coevar l.old up the serious e.id
won the ma'ch easily, hut set a new.eling of his text he has ignored the 1 apartments, having left her there pre- f the comedy and pb-ase hv tlieir
mark for the high run. In bis fifth in-j proprieties and presented the whole ! paring to leave with him for the new j pinging "Does Anvbody Want a Little
ning he made H billiards without a. picture, and it is not a pleasant one , home be had made for her in the west, j (;;rij(.r jf:,p ai 1 and Harry Vok- s.
nreaK. going iour anuu- me ncnuun,u( v;-wt ,i!ummikii u mui ne ruiiri'm-n .iatiison had gone atter -tne marriage
mark set by Mullane. Nicholas (10n):that the author has preached a ser-; license when he learned that the youn
defeated Kaupke iO.I) last evening by j men that ought to leave a lasting ini-; woman whom he had forgiven bad de
a i.eore of K'O to 71 and Simon ( 10-j pression upon the mind of any girl ceived him. He turns on her. and
defeated Mullane (0." by a score of that might have in contemplation the : they separate. Momentarily she is
10fi to 30. The standing of the differ- pursuit of the road followed by I .aura crushed, but when she recovers, she
ent contestants up to oate is as loi-!
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Cook . .
ATTELL AND ft! 0 RAN
IN ANOTHER DRAW
Anierirnn and llritisli
Have Now l'nuglit 74 Hounds
on Ktcii Terms.
' Philadelphia. Nov. 10. After 74
! three-mini: te rounds of boxing b"
'tween Abe Atlell, champion feather
! weight of America, and Owen Moran,
who holds the title for the same
! weight in England, the only decision
!thnt could be rendered would be a
draw. The last six rounds of this
Hons drawn-out and remarkably even
P ! battles were contested at the National
.'Athletic club last night, and at the
p1 gait the boys were fighting they could
?i;very easily have taken it to ino
! rounds with no danger of a different
fi decision being rendered.
Neitner man irieu no in msi nisiu
rlid a lot of clever thinesli
: in the ring. Atteii am nis part oetie.r
than Moran ana occasionally put in a
! little jolt to wake up the Englishman
and make him snow action, out neuner
r1 n tola otii iinf'il'r nrleon.
j tae over the other.
T V - ennrtntnra rlirl nnt HUa tho hmiT
a little bit, and were not slow in show
ing their disapproval in hoots and
cries of derision.
Former Fulton Teacher Falls.
Madi?on. Wis., Nov. 10. Iiwin Bill
man, an instructor in the history de-
partment of the University of Wiscon-j
sTn, nas reen arrested by trie post-
office Authorities onthe charge of hav -
lng sent improper letters, pictures and
books to a young woman student of
the university. He made a written
confession and will b.e seitenced Nov.
10. Billman said he became morally
irresponsible while serving in the sig
nal corps of the United States army
: ,U Dl.ninnir.nc 11a J - . J .....
ill in; riiiiij'civ o. t ia cl ictuuaic
of the Ohio Northern university at
Ada, Ohio, and formerly taught at Ful
ton, 111., and Storm Lake, Iowa, com
ing here last June. He was studying
for his doctor's degree. He is 40 years
old and married.
LOCAL TALENT IS TO
PLAY THE WEAKLING
j Cliannf n
I,, pavls New Production
I5c Presented by Tri-City
j The coming production of "The
at the Illinois theatre
30. by the Tri-City Dramatic
' T n V. n rum i I'liO tn Ho thin
i 4u&', . i ii ii io' . in v inc ujijqi. laict
esting and best produced amateur
play seen in the
years. The piece
Channon L.. Davis
three cities in
was written by
of this city and
is worthy rif much rrmjirior.ntinn
eral authorities and pronounced ex
cellent. Much care was exercised
by the author, who is directing the
play in selecting the cast and his
friends believe he has secured the
best talent in t lie community.
The play deals with a young man
who is the victim of New York high
life. lie is the stepson of a finan
cier, a gruff, unscrupulous man
Nov. 7-12 Maxwell-Hall Stock com -
pany in repertoire.
Nov. 13. Return engagement of
iFrederic Thomnson's -The Suend -
; thrift. "
j -0. 14 Henry
Miller in "Her
; N ir. Maude Adams
EvPrv Woraan Knows."
Nov. 22. Charles Frohman's
Nov. 21. George Evans' Honey Boy
Minstreis, with James J. Corbett.
"THE EASIEST WAY."
David Belasco, at the Grand last;"'1 ,np money to produce. John MadU'
night, gave us Frances Starr in Ku-
gene Walters pointed story of New
York chorus girl life, "The Easiest
Wav." Few plavs of the present dec -
-r1 Viavo n.,.inn,l
: "v ' "
(discussion. It has been attacked and
commended respectively for the
coarseness of theme and for its pow -
! erfulness of moral. Walter is. or was,
! a newspaper reporter. He has fol -
1 lowed the lives of two people, a man
of wealth and a girl with stage amlii-
tions, over the trail ef the great white
I way for the material for his stage nar -
i;nie. tie uas siinniy empioj en uic rs
Murdock, a young woman of beauty,
appealing wholly to the bestial in;smiles. paints her cheeks that nre be"
imr, but devoid of the attributes most j winning to show the signs of dissipa
cssential to success in the career i n t ion. and. as sbe dons her flashy
which she is striving to succeed. . clothes, declares, "Weil, me back to
Laura Murdock is able to secure a Hector's to make another hit." That's
'pcatricai cngaenu-iu in .New iuii:tn( enrling of the play. Miss Starr, a
through the influence of a man of
wealth, whose mistress she becomes.
shp lives iu luxurv. After two years
---"'of this life she drifts to Denver to
plav in a stock company during the
summer season. She meets
newspaper man. She falls in
with him and he with her. At theirs of the performance. Edward H.
nd of her engagement they separate. ! jfoliins was the Denver reporter-miner:
She returns to tfew York and he
'.ains in the west to earn money that
he might soon he able to marry her.
Laura, after meeting her Denver lover,
breaks with il.ard Urockton, hr!W,s -'Annie," tho maid. The play was
New York "angel." Shorn of the in-, mounted in Helascoic fashion, and it
flucnce of Brockton, she finds on her j was warmly received by a large audi
return to New York, she is nnaole tojence.
obtain stage employment. She goes to t
live in a flat in an obscure part of the (
HOW MUCK IS YOUR STOM
It's worth almost as much as your
life: how much is that worth? The
Harper House pharmacy haft- a rem
iedy tha(. keppg the stomaca right
afld make3 it right when it goes
MI-O-NA is the name of the great
stomacn remedy and they guarantee
i t to cure the following stomach ail-
, a d synuitoms. or money
upset stomach, pain in stomach,
helehina- of eas. biliousness. !
Heartburn, sour stomach, lump of
lead stomach, after dinner distress,
Nervousness and headache caused I
by stomach derangement
That all-in feeling in the stomach
after a night of sociability. j
Rad effects cf overeating or drink-
ing; sea or car sickness.
Vomitings of pregnacy, or any
Remember money back if if fails
at the Harper House pharmacy or
cadlne drucerists everywhere, and
the price is only 50 cents a large
The best and cheapest for furnace,
or cook stove.
MUELLER LUMBER CO.
Old Phone 511. New 5447.
whose early life was full of sin. The
boy is disowned by the stepfather
and he goes west and lives in a
cabin Jn the heart of the Indian
country. There his weak traits
manifest themselves and although he
is in love with his stepsister, he be
comes infatuated with a beautiful
Indian half breed. Fawn, who. it
later develops, is the daughter of
the rich financier. The situations
in the play are tense and interest
Jcity. Some of her girl friends find
; her there. Sbe is .scolded for throw -
ing over Brockton, but she persists in
(her promise to lead the right life and
j to remain true to the man who had
awakened in her her better womanly
: impulses. Dailv the outlook becomes
more gloomv for her. and made des-
perate by the cravings of starvation ;
and the lack of clothing and funds to :
meet her room rent, sbe consents, j
through her particular chorus eirr
friend of the old days, to receive
isrocKion. lie ensconces tier 111 lav-
ishly appointed apartments in one of!
the leading hotels of me city ana she I
gets a good part in a n-w musical
comedy for which Brockton is putting
;ri, the Denver reporter, in the mean-
time, turns miner, ami strikes it rich, i
He (.om3 to Ncw york an1 ca!s upon
Laura Murdock. When he finds her
1 in hr hotel he infers she is paying
'"" " " JiM!i iff- ifiiiiiiB oi iiei
professional work. Sin- had not told! f , , . , . .,
him dJfferrntlv 5n ,hoir .orivslon,1. ,-raft f"r t,loir Ft-vle t,f h"mor in Th
'er.ee. When they met in Denver, how-' Trniihl.1 Makers" at tie American and
'per, she told him all, but said sh.;,',p-v delighted a capacity house yes-
1 had had her fill of the life she had
, been leading. He believed her. He,
' too, had been bad. but lie was going
tol do like Ivr, be good. Madison
learned the truth from some ef his
. newspaper friends in New York. Tbev
tniti him Jaura ami Urockton were
: forces her tears awav with artificial!
finished performer, though seeminglvj"1 "".' '"""' """''"J
lacking in vocal force the require- p,vrs Wnnl ai,fl VokPS f,lU r,ay 1n
ments of her role, is fortunate in the!
; perfect cast that ' surrounds her, Jo -
seph Kilgonr in the haracter of
Urockton. sharing the stellar distinc -
-tions, if in fact not carrying the hon -
re-.)uln j Drawn was "Jim Weston, thol'nie back. Among Miss Daly's songs
! down-and out showman: Louise Kan-
;d0ph was "Elfie St. Clair," the chorus
j p-jj,. friend of Laura, and Violet Hand
GREAT NEWSPAPER PLAY.
Metii.l Mctormicks great newspa -
tr play, j ne J-ourth Ksiate. v.hlcn;t.
experienced such a remarkable run in !
Chicago and has attracted attention In !
the nature of a sensation all over the
country. Is to be presented at the Dur- J
tis In Davenport tomorrow night with!
the original cask and remarkable and '
realistic properties. The drama should;
draw a packed house. I
MAXW ELL-HALL COMPANY.
Kach performance of the Maxwell
Hall Stock company seems to be bet
ter than the preceding one. Iast night
'there was an excellent performance of!
j the "Cattle King." The Great Renos;
save a comedy singing, dancing an
j talking act that kept the audience in!
:an uproar. Tonight the company will:
nraoont a I to mn t tro t tr, n Viol t
present a dramatization of Charles
Repd s novel, "Foul . Play." entitled k
"Ship Wrecked." Saturday afternoon
'there will be a matinee.
"HER HUSBAND'S VIFE."
ND'S VIFE." ipj
"Her Husband's! )
New York Globe I 11
hilosophic and quiz- j t-J
The author of
Wife." says the
'calls his play a philos
! Meal comedy. It is also an epigram-
YOUR COAL BILL 1
by using either
- or Egffif Coal
matic farce, and it is so light and gay
and care-free that it doesn't seem fair
to weight it with such big words, for,
first and foremost, it i3 to laugh. The
central idea is original and developed
with quaint, and imaginative twists and j well-known actor, died yesterday af
turns which provide surprises and af- Urnoon at the Presbyterian hospital of
ford opportunities for clearer and more i pneumonia, at the age of 52. On the
humorous characterizations than one j if -ffitiinate stage Mr. Lee was best
usually finds in plays. The three aets!nown fo" bis English interpretation
are played In one room the prettiest t the character of Cyrano de Berger
room seen in a plav this winter. I's ac' 'h'eh he introduced to the Amer
color is a poem." Henry Miller and j if an RtaRP- He alKO won fame for nl
his New York and Chicago company j personations. Connected with the
will present "Her Husband's Wife" at ! theatrical profession since early boy
the Grand next Monday evening. h,ood- ,h,'rtu?I?r wer?arled- t
AT THE MAJESTIC.
The change of bill at the Ma jostle , ward known a8 the South African dia
theatre goes into cff"ct tonight when j mond king, he went to South Africa
Manager Joe Quinn will present a last-'and invested heavily In diamond mines
half show which is to consist of the!but inattention to business caused him
' following: Coin's trained dogs, in new I tf losP ,np entire amount invested.
: an,i interesting stunts: Harvard Judge, j ,Tp returned to America with his fln-
novelty artist: O-rdor. nle Sisters in anrps at a ow ebb- Lee rlle1 ,ip an"
; international dances, presenting the!otnf r fortune and lost It endeavoring
; latest fancies in the world of daticing: I lo produce moving-picture exhibitions
! 1 hifrnrrl and fhase minstrels, in a
!,,iv -,t "Th finrmi PQ,snn ":
xt. i-.t r.,, nnt u mmir t.ivkov
sketch which ought to prove entertain-
;,irs. case- will sing an illus-
!rated song, "I Am Longing for To-
w'y,'n 1 ThinL- ,.t Vfatcniav."
' vPW n-otion r,i, t nres will conclude the
, pmi i.n;
WARD AND VOKES COMING.
Ward and Vokcs, who are touring
again this season under the direction
of I-:. I). Stair,
llois, Nov. IS.
are to be at the Uli
There is a review of ,
one of their recent performances by
the critics of the St. Louis Star
V:, rt nm Vnlifs Y.nf a trnnfl aero-
! terday afternoon mvhI again ia.-t night.
Ward would not be complete without
Vcl-es; the team would not be com-
L iey Daly as Bal bling
Hess and 'The Trounle Makers' would
hardly be possible without the irii.
; The music written around the f-anre
as Percy Earlsten ar.d Harold Weath- jj
ersby, appear at the home of James
Weiby. at Lone Trr e. Iowa, on the o
lay of the mn's return from the bat 55
tie of Manila To disillusionize Edith 'O
Parker and shatier her faith in wo-;
man's suffrage, they disguise them- Q
selves as suffrage lecturers, who were J Q
expected, but who had failed to ap
pear. The complications growing nut ! Q
of the feminine disguise donned by j J5
Percy and Harold constitute the sinew O
"" " l,nl, ll;lm 101 '"f1 an'' '-"r.v
j,)aI' ,,ors Pom wonderfuf dancing
and singing. Her elucidation of ec-
j rontric character possibi'.il ies as Dab-
1 'ding Bess is complete, she finished
one song by kicking a dainty slipper
high in the balcony, and it did not
are 'Nance Took a Chance With Me'
i and 'Dabbling Bess.' Hap Ward and
'Mips Daly introduce a comedy waltz
j t hat scored a tremendous hit. The
1 suffragette burlesque in the serond
iact would get on the riMbles of .he
most arnent sunragette. Ward and;
Yokes' male octette render 'Old I-ang
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HENRY LEE DEAD.
Chicago, Nov. 10. Henry Lee, the
iiinen lie Jiu imiiiuus, w uiii aAiu
would be without a dollar. Some
years aeo with Rarnev Barnato. nfter-
I in large theatres when tnat rorrn 01
amusement was first introduced
.successfully produced several large at-
tractions at the U hi'e t lty. necently
he met with severe reverses nnd dted
' penniless. His frif-nds are subscribing
! money to defray the funeral expenses.
! but ""til sufficient money can be
raised t;ie iuncrai arrangenit-ma
i net be made. He is survived by a wife.
fa RF.MF.PY tliat hai helpel
tliousan.N lo regain their
heallli i surely llie one you
need that's Hosteller. It
is for stomach ill, toliU and
yrip. He sure t Kt
In a scientific manner.
Opposite Harper IIoom.
If your hearing is poor
try the Electrophone.
We have them for sale. 8
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