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THE HOCK ISLAND AKHTTS. MONDAY. MARCH 10. 1013.
ROCK ISLAND if:..ti
Frank V. Bruner, Ex-Tri-Cityi
Reporter, Making Good in j
Theatrical Business. '
Cartoon Comedy at the Illinois Thursday
VISITING WITH PARENTS!
To Journey to London at Pu-scnal
Press Representative of Quixer
Frank V. Hruner. ex-tri-c'y "news
paper man, known to the thea-ric-il
profession a. 'h- V.'i . i:r rr.rtie; urns
agent. dropr(i c!T of a v : o- :.d Ro: k
Island train Satiirtiav ew n ng at t'-,e
lcr-a. station a id orcir-d !. s hagg.ce
he-id for a feu days. !'..:. r. du-ir..
hilt epoch of ,. s prab.j.;.e in ,h:.
particular locality. hor the- r--p;ti- 1
'inn of putting over m-iriy th-illers !
For a time h was 'lie professorial !
"body snatcher" on trie rnorru- shop
beat, and could Inject more lurid red !
fire itto a humdrum suicide Ftory than I
could usually ho gleaned from the'
perusual of paper back version of an
Apache mar-nacre. Ii.ir'it; the..-e hi1
cyon days indignant Fub.,rriberf storm
ed the nfpa,ifr ofT.c- l:ke a pirk
of raunt Mniber wo! ves and 'Lf
'or. beside? weur-r.g Kt-f -p!a'"l
union suit, v-as ronstanl'v accompstn
ied bv b Ktriaii body guard to p-oto:r
h'raself ai-?.-r:st Impromptu .o.aeks t,
faithful readers. Natural';. . a man with
men a vivid imn ginatu.,, cm,ld no'
lie expert d t, rliroud his ltnunru:
talents m the ba-k voo!, nd nun-'
er was crabbed ly the late If-try
H. Herris and .-non established trie
reputation f heirs rr of tne best I.;,
tic pre agen's ex'.n.t.
This season Mr. Hrnner 1 bus;pey
manager ' the (. "ii.r produ' t r -n
of the "Quaker C.-l" .' ,'! is trae!:tr;
lf l!' '1 the , p.lo . -sW'.-M
las' year filled a F"l d on;r;:i:.uii. n' in
New Yor!; ' i'v. The - n': ;iari y p- ee
to take :i rest ! it '. hoi. c"k, and
consqiii-!it! limner h,.- re-iitnei! i..
fh- rpti of t i f, riner rriim-s t.i
tend till- glad tu;t' to (he n ' .. 'fi,..
"Q'la'-' Mirl" v's i May. i;tter
M(i K. Vfi-fi-r M l! j'i'irii'y a'li-.-s
'he pond for 'hi- M.mmu .
on- to t M)n.
"Tee Quaker (i:tl" - ;is origin iii
ptodi.i-f il :i the K'-yal A(l- it)"i theatre
ti London let e; nryi. F.',.r(i.-. Vl i :i
the innT'can rV'ti's -o tile piece wet"'!
secured bv tne 1h'- Mi :-r It lla. r:..
ll't tip i f a iri'-!. tii-.io: :, h i.
knnv. n. fjircfT h'n f-vr. i!er name
is (I'M ( lr.ro. he,- i i'.i iiiiii sht
'K iu "T!k ; 'i-.ri.'' A .
l ' y '.e I i loi.-'tvf I i t ',i o-
of '.' : s ( :.t'r-v , ,:!! l-j M fjr ji
r.' -H.-.S ti.i- i .' -i !. ' tu." i-:".nr'!"-. t -
c !(! to s'jib tic- 1 : ;. ear-nid s"ir. S'kI
has eni;;.."'t iter -o i-":- m a n
IiK-le. "'I i.e V ..; r v i-- h
be t-oducer! ;, t.ie ;.!.' . t;v::"-.'. i f -..
Con. When M ' . s f. .-c ( -.-jo to iti.
U fcreji-n clilfl'S Itre: ili.-Tl 11 ,1' '.
1' "fn! bn.-y ' . i.ii !.. r.'i-"! . "- iti tii
''". V( rk .''
A nier.rrn rip -( ; i . o' .
(' itj rt: M s ( ' ' .
her I inline: s p.. Mmer ;t.
'i L' "t:inti to act :,. ii. i-
H II H KlltM M-H-' trills.
Bref.T h.-.i- I" '!! !:. ' lien-;- iv
H.t'rin ftrtu for I lie p t . w: ....'.:-!-.
1 1 i,.. 'r;.'.oid i r tje folio.-
ins I rod'.u-' io,;ij, d;--:n : iii.it tii.-.o:
"The '.ion fir-fl ti' 'to,;-.. t.-:, vt
Kd"S'-n. l?'nr,ef,i us-' .i .. Fi ;.
Mcli:;rf :n 'S:"-ti..' K''m- :";:'!
're ' hrr:is .ad; .' .Td T! j-i :-.
i rl." Mr Hrtiti' r i'.i.; ":i,;'.''i-;;'
'made cod" in !.! oli 1 : ' -.nd
iiM many fricn-i- .i iie pn.-. 'l
to le.irn of n if s i'-o.
A SCt:xcrOM &trTJU(DJFF
w i w "
landers, each rcllinp in four field eoai:
while Whit-ler was the star player.;
Th" little puurd was civeu Forr.er.
the g-ar A'.cdc plsyor, to har.alr-. and .
:tt? Aledoan made bat two basket.- off;
him. , ' :
T!v r ue'ne-i;' 'ho first perloi every-1
thin? win Rock Island, th-- Aieijn -,';-.-ers
rot ?tti-! tared and the per'od
en I"'4 '''ii 'he score 1 to . In the'
c,'r-n'i ifi If the A'edo r,en cam0 ha k i
and p'.vpd 'he locals hard. pr?6inc
li'i'-m a! tr.e time. At times the s'-oro
v e: fie, but 'lie local "'ere never be- j
tiliid :n the count, and -vh'-n the f,n:ii i
V il : -r ! i-U'V. tll soc-r for the coo- i
'' period of play ft cod 11 'o fi. f.tvor
ii'c t!ie I--irindr rs. The -m.- was
ii'-:-" a::d fint. a' d cod pj-ort-t.
p i' as exhibited b t :e Aiedo-
; 'iu ;
! i,:t;;.s- A'edo Fo'ic- aii p-.rk-fiiin.
f.T an!s: Ffte-'ti. center;
v. rii.-n-. c.ip'ain and H't.civ ''. gnardp.
Vck I r-1 :i nd Kipp and (Jipss. fr
vt'rds. TfTiia.in. (f r.pa'ti. ccn'er;
M ..lk and Wiiisi. , yiards. i
Fir-ltj l-l'isls's : A'erio Fortier. 2:
f'arkman. ": Petersen. 1: S-veiisor. 1.
I;'i-. Island Kipp. 4; rhaik. 1; Tre
hi;. f' i. Whia-er. 1.
F Ml biskes: A ledo - Sv eiisop.
': I 1;: mi - K ipn. ii.
:i-e-. - i:cbb. Hod; !and.
Tho sct-rp (1r t10 ,,.j , j n'f
urday night between the Galeaburg
and Peoria Manual fives. The score
was 29 to 24. New Trier township
high school won third place, remain
inn in the mnninj; until Saturday after
noon when (ialeshurK trimmed its rep
resentatives 37 to 30.
State Basketball Tournament at
Peoria Ends Saturday Night
With Great Game.
Cr.lephurg biph school basketball
team won th state chan:pionsh p at
the state tournament which ended in
Teor.a Saturday night. The Gales
burgers represented the northwestern
section of the state which held its
preliminary in Moline Feb. ill ai,d
Tin.1 ease with which the Galeshurper
romped away with victory ir, the pre
lims nade thetn loom tip as pro:-pert ive
clomps and they made ood. The final
and deciding game "as played Sat-
MAY' UK DEPOSED AS
fcOX THIRD BASEMAN
OUR new Spring and Summer pat
terns are now on display. We
extend a cordial invitation to the peo
ple of Rock Island to come and see our
display of the latest cloths and styles for
1808 Third Avenue Rock Island, III.
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March 12 -Rental.
March 1" "Mutt and Jeff."
March TV Return engagement of
March AVerba ar.d I.uescher's
"The Rose Maid," with Miziie Hajos.
Xiarcn i e na.i m ue . riders partieipaj 1n ,he ,njr(j sUi
Some TMne." meet nf the acasnn holH nnHor tho
Dallas. Texas. March TV The New
York National league team came from
its training camp at Marion Sautrday
and defeated the Ial!as team of the
Texas league. T to o. Christy Matli
ewson allowed only two singles, one
of them a scratch.
Beloit. Wis., March TX Thirtv-five I
March 23 "The Bohemian Girl." , auspices of the Jocal ski club here j Me is lir.'!e "Hec" Osborn. who decided
March 2T, New York German Stock 'Saturday afternoon. Ragner Omtvedt. ! the track meet with Chicago Saturday
to find some means by which the fed
eral government could be given control
of the game birds of the 1'nited States.'
A great economic matter was at
stake, and the rapidly vanishing flocks
of birds, valuable for food purposes
and of other birds valuable to the
agricultural interests made it impera
tive that some federal control should
be exerted. The state rights plan In
terfered and other tilings interfered
until finally the bird protectors almost
gave it up. They stuck to their taslc.
however, and their victory has heen
won. As far as law can do it the fu
ture of the bird life of the United
States is assured.
i' - -"is:.'
ii . 1 f of Hie o'jr's , n r;i
' I " in fa vcr rf ih" A le
i ' 1 1" seord por i d t
; --rvif t;t tc -m o me bar-;
:;- put i'ii" o or r -i th
'akinp ! b'c e'ld of ;,e
'i.e s-'cend re.--.- p. in ()
P'iv'p:-. tv. i?'--e-l the r ;;.-.?
i' -i's P.- evee r-l vii the -:.
' :t 'Z of the :', ,n r
S-f ' ""g 111" o'iie'- J P"ir,t.
re-.ni iT.CC i;p ;, f ";r-v, F :
'r. fcf'ri'.i; vp?,
' :i. S'hrp : 'id Hippie-, s
t- s'oorj 1 ;
s-:b , bu' i
!it'.! nde- j
r.'l Istve- )
hon' - .---p. i
) -e -- r i
'-. Ro-jgM ;
'. t 'iie ;
llii r role. -:'s.
Tl e-ire companv
March 23 "The Servant in the
March 30 Eddie Foy in "Over the
Ya n!eilie Performances at 2:15
a'.id s: 15.
irpheum vaudeville Performances
d.;-.!y at 2:30 and 8:30 p. in.
Chicago warld's champion, failed in I night in favor of the purple. 40 to 40.
his attempt to better his world's rec-; Rr iirrir.g as last man in the relay, he
ord of lfi9 feet here, his best, jump be- j made up a lead of 10 yards held by
ing 140 feet.
Kuh of the maroons and crossed the
jtape winner by a fooL
Battling Nelson passed through Chi- ,
cago Saturday on his way to Denver.! Indianapolis, Ind.. March 10. John
Col., where be is hooked to open a , T. Powers of Chicago was elected
week's theatrical engagement next j ,,,-esident of the Federal League of
wf'"k- 'Baseball dubs Saturday afternoon
MEET TURK AGAIN
i.ii t':e No, V.,.;.
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ii..:' ii.Mt--r! it. -
' p. i ny 1. "
Ill trie mooti
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AT THE ILLINOIS.
"Mum and .leff." Thursday's offering
r.t the lliino's. is founded on the fam
ous lartnons of Rud Fisher, and the
rl-iir ei e sei n red by (ins Hill at a
' ui :;i) ii. The pH has been
w :n:iirg gifat favor wherever it, has
. i I . are-, grifj it is ceriam to aitran
r. lare audience at the Illinois
Fhr cartoons are very popular hen? 1
r.it.l there fatnirar with them recog
tii.' the : -ssihiiiti's of their use as a
i..-si; for a s"a"- a'traction.
Finish Wrestling Bout to Be
Staged at the Family The.
The organization was incorporated tin-1 -M Ackerman and the Turk wild
Pan Francisco. March 10. -Del Ho - ,,,.r (ho laws of Indiana earlier iu the ; man Humid Kala Pasha, will wrestle
.ard's San Francisco team whipped th" iav. to a finish Wednesday night at the
Chicago White Sox Saturday after- i
noon, 2 no I.
New York. March 10.-
i Family theatre. The two met a week
T 1 ajs in a handicap affair in which tha
Denver. Col.. March 10.- "Budd-.
T ravers, thrice -winner of the amateur
golf ehnmp'onship title, is the only
Turk agreed to throw the local welter
weight twice In 45 minutes but in
Ryan, the young I.enver ball player , , on h Rati;nal handioap h'ch he failed to even score a fall
. ;1 :i I
who mad? such a. fine record
Cleveland last year, is in St
Tne 'hospital ill of pneumonia.
list compiled by the executive com-
Ack made such a good showing against
i the 231-pound foreigner that hi man
ager thought it would be possible for
him to actually throw the big man in
h ki - t An-, i a fllnish bout and accordinclv arranz-
geies beat the Sox Seconds Saturday ' '".ngton. Ky.. March 1 0 Thomaf i; meDtts were made for the Kl . The Turk
afternoon S to 7 in a hattle that was kP,l- apH(1 41- ownPr an1 "1,,or of 1 insisted however on having the mat
not finished until the last half of the Thoroughbred Record since l!n2. . roppd ,n HS otherwise the speedy
' ninth Moore was on third uiien of (m3rh ronU at his home Ackerman eluded htm and tired him
1 1 r.t-t 'tin-i1i v nictlit 1 I . hml t.r .tm ill a. V- e . v . t i a
Pitcher Russell let po with a wild , 1 " out i.eiore tun real worK cominenceu.
A naro interesting matcn is tne pros
' pect and a big crowd Is expected.
Motorcyclists formed the American; I'rhana. III.. March in - Illinois over- i f
League of Racing i lubs l ist week a w helmingly defeated Chicago In a j SHERIFF BALKS COlrX FIGHT
Cleveland. Ohio. The new bod v. which 'dual tank meet. 52 to fi. Saturday:
of the Illinois have been shifted, incllI(ies Chicago, plans to establish ni-ht. Posburgh was easily the star
I , . . I. '
iui-cmm rnitt.ee of the I'nited States Golf asso-1
" i h.c Counters Coquette. ' which was
t eti here ear'y in Ml? year, proved
op. .ii the h m.ii-ical offerings of the
'.-o.-.-in. ati'l iis retur i to the Illinois
! will '. wehoir.e'i by local 'ii atrcgoers.
' Py snoc:al itrranm meats th? sched-
pitch that ended the game.
for nearly a year.
and 'he attraction will come here
MPiay. .v.ar.n ms-eau i amiui individual races
fs oi-iir.nily announi ed. Manaeer ,
iKii'pk counted himself particularly
' fort-mate in being ah! to spchtp the
intercity competition to replace the.cf the meet, taking two firsts in his
i favorite events. Lichter established
i a new conference and tank record by
Northwestern university shas a hero, j plunging CO feet in 23 seconds.
Kenosha County Official Arrive at 2
O'clock In Morning.
Kenosha, Wis., March 10. Over 200
Chicago and Milwaukee sports were
given a great disappointment y.ste.r
day morning when Sheriff F. W. B.
Ac.hen and James Karnes, humane of-
anv tor a rci'irn
Vera Ailen and Templar Paxe. will be ; iPys perform marvelous acrobatic. within the custody and protection of ncnr 0f Kenosha county, put a stop to
gfrr in the cist. They won much fav- I stunts. Ethel Mason and Frank Pa j the government of the United Statesa cock fight whioh had been planned
cr with parro-is of the Illinois in the ' Til in their act feature the original jand shall not be destroyed or taken i for Central park.
firs' performance f Mie play.
FOINT DECIDES A TITLE
Last Game on the Righ School
Scltdule Played at Ale'io With
Home leant Lowers.
The local h-.ch I, )vk-ti.i 1
I' w- chi d the .-. ,i -o j Si'i .!.! . rix'it
-'th a -ct ry ov.t- tlv A cio 1. t'i
t'l'iul t.tt'. at til" W iiiatn ai'd ';t.nrl
:t-n;' sium n' 'oi!n. in- a ro:-"' o' '':
l 1 V The Frol.ck'r, a al a-n,-,:
'am. uUyed u i ur an r." mt v., Mi th"
Ald.- h-.nh t-i ioI e -on N. ar.-i won
by a ;' 1 score. t:i ti c p.n . fnt
the Rock Isl.ind rg'i!;.:c i l'.' hnjls
v i re in good couiL' imi r t'.'.c oi,e-r
and fro-n the hrsi b:l'e. e i'.-I.ks.'J
'tii'.r opixini".'.-. ".-.:!k ;-fd Ki. p vw -e
the ptii.cipal join: ia..kc;s fT the !s-
t.'-.i n- a
. a;;o V. '.i'
Rcl'ic. wlio for y ars !
rait for , W Whi'e S.
j-es t ion in : he ini'."-!d i
ii: : :s ).i si-
V of ii:' i ili-
? hern unruly
v I he r.eed
i ftT THE GRAND.
j Ye have ;th us at the Grand this
! week the immortal Mclntyre and
1 HeaMi, the biack face s'ars. who have
j for the past 30 years exemplified the
! hiiriii st tvpifiratinn of black face corn-
lady accordeonist, playing the largest i contrary to regulations hereinbefore
piano accordeon ever made. The bill ; provided therefore."
is excellent throughout and ell wor'h i The scientists of th government's
UNITED STATES TO
The sheriff and humane officer
reached the park about 2 o'clock. Some
one had gone before them and bad
tipped off the proposed raid and while
the officers heard the crowing of the
F M P l R F h
C Real Slar Acts C R
The Surprise Bill
Is Now On
Don't Miss It
Phone For Your Scats
Phone West 708.
1.1 U. . I l m
Pradlfy Pcfeat? Wcrleycn. 18 to 17,
in Stare Collrrjs Tcurnamcnt.
pecatur. 111.. March le. Single
i. .tits , 1 1 : 1 1 ori cail.-d 'oii.s. decided
loth flic oa.'p. pionsliin ar.d third pla'-e
S'li.i':- .vli'ih closed ' h ;i,t ercolictia' e
i ;i.-ke; ii.iil tin, .(..p; Saturday nl.rht.
i:':nl'i'.v m::. ;s to 17. over Wfii'e;in. ar-'fe.
r ; r.: tos.-d a free tiirow with .In the r";
seconds t" play. Norttial uiiiversi'V j resent
mo;, ih r.l p'ac- over Millikin of p"- Tust-ij
::tur. L'1 t. '-'. in an overtime game, he wfs the ;-r p'lia: f r.-f lii'-e.-i-,.
I n- scores were: Normal, "i: Shurt- the team, find a cracking c.-od ct:'
'c;;. IS; Line, .in, IS: Illinois. 16; Nor- tiie close of last season, he was
nial. ::; 1ncoln. :1: Millikin. .".!: Hed- rf auiar thii-.i vufcu-.ar.. a:vi a era-
'.!:i?. -': Bradley. IS; Wesleyan. 1"; cool one. too. Foils paid that
No, ir..:!. :;: M:ll:km. 25.
'i'ce hi! :: i at:a;, f earns f
leeteil by the oii rerenre coaches are
F:it 'o-,;ng. Wcsieyan. forward;
K'i.o;'. Wislevan. forward: Herron.
P.iadley. center; Kvans. Millikin,
gr.ard. IA'ii.i..m:n. Normal, guard
Sec, md i;ra. Fradlcy, forward; I.
Klrck. Milium, forward"; Miller. Mil
l'ixiri. .niter; Stephar.son, Bradley,
gf.ard; icIJrray, Lincoln, guard.
t dv. The mere announcement of ttieir
r.P'iea rar.ee is sutficient to park any
theatre to the doors, and the arrival ' tection of migratory game ard song
i ; the fr.mou- minstrel men a' the j birds of the Lnited States lias
Crand ".-'" rday was the means of ac
complrshits :'r." afcresa'd result. Ap
;,r A reata'.;' were turned away at
'lie nii'tmee and fully that ntmber
;.po ;i to i.e si-o-ori out into nf p.-(.pie were disappointed last ninnt. itintes. The passage of this measure;
:p. oi n;t re F;ir,,-.r. .r;i ur.. a
ii.'.i.carions are at nil to lie
At '!;e s'art of ':;..-: s.- ei.
biological survey, which Is a bureau
of the department of agriculture, at
once wiil beeiti the preparation of regu- ' cocks tnf,y failoj to K,.t near tne plt-
lations giving effect to the paragraph The disgruntled sports were huddled
PRflTCPT PflMP RlRIl i 'i""tP'1 an'' pr''Brrib!n arl!l flxin-! I together on a water soaked platform,
inU I tli I uMIiIlL DlnL elosrd seasons "havins due regard to ; waiting for special cars to take them.
The W?eks-McLean hill for the pro-!;,1P zones and temperature, breeding I to Milwaukee and Chicago. ,
huhits ann tunes atul line or m'gratory Cock fights In Kenosha connty have
been it'gnt. ip n mese reunnons navp been tne one form or sport wntcn nas
passed hy congress. Hereafter I'ncle ' ;,' on Prepared and at roved by th" j weathered all official opposition, but
Sam will regulate open and closed sea- j president, they are to go into effect. jit is declared that they will not longer .
sons for game birds, and will use his Vor V(,ars attempts have, been mads tolerated.
authority to protect song birds at all I .
h's "Mf-ira! . :i.si
wrr few yTpr
1 leaa"' . Kol'lie
to ti.-' heights oi
Herline Coe to Jersey City.
Ivooui.ngtoti. I'll. March 10. Noah
1 ' ril.ne. the o tjt fielder w ho r! ed with
Troy last rar ar.d who recently was
declared a free ncni beiause he was
ti-jt offered a contract by Feb. 1. to-d;-y
atcepted terms with Jersey City.
d fiic'ii: rori'-r
rioii. and that t
i liird f. kers ir
had :niuf d alir
Tli' r.- wa or.e diitius i.a fault, in
ti; s s"i4'e of ffairs. Ko!i:e i.t.d gone
o thiri lase not as a regular, put ?s
a su.j-".n tt. heearse I'aa'ain Harry
Lord. n'n-n at his full stri'ie or." of t.ie
be-st third basemer of r.'l time, hat!
fallen off cc.ior in f eidir.g and had ben
shifted to the outf;d. where he was
held by r?a?cr. of a hep.'-hy hatting
average rf 2 '17 and a va:uar,ie a.iiii;;
"o s'cal hases.
Rollie. who had b-en playirr? ? tad-
Mrlntvre and Heath last night pre-i js a mo6t important event In the his-
s'Ptil a new- sketch. "Wailing at the i tory of game conservation in the I'n't
Chunli." in which Mclntyre takes the led States.
iKTt of Venus Love, a many times The following section of the hill
Iride. Heath assumes the role of an! shows definitely what it is intended to
old darky parson, while Otto T. John-do:
sen is the husband to be in the per-) 'All wild geese, wild swans, brant,
son of Rt.fus Amber Lee. Rufus has ! wild ducks, snipe, plover, woodcocks.
-Titter; mut-hv letters to Venus, who 'rail, wild pigeons and ali other micra-fo-rhw-th
drr.'.s him unw liT.ngty to the ; tory game and insectivorous birds
prenrher man. Mclntyre has a wed-j-hkh, in their norhern and southern
, ding gown w hich is a scream. The ; migration, pass through or do not re
groom to be makes two unsuccessful j main permanently the entire year with
breaks for liberty, w hereupon Venus . jn tne border? of any state or feri i-
v hips a
I.a t nicn the audience was coti
vulse.l from "he time the curtain arose
upen the bia"k face men. until it fell.
Tuesday and Wednesday they will
SEAT SALE TOMORROW
ILLINOIS THURSDAY, 11
life size razor out of her '. tory shall hereafter Ik? d-nied to be
nd threatens to carve him.
t tie gap at I .
t'ullv r:r.e cut of cverv ten cases
of rheumatism is simply rheumatism tPcd'irs. ho it ' '. whe-tn
o' the nijsc.es due to cold or daxp.
cr clironic rheumatism, neither of
which require cuy inttma' trea'ruer.t.
.Ml that is needed to afford relief is
tie free application of Chamberlain's
Lin nient. .Lve it a trial. You are
ct rt:n to b" pi- ased w ith the quick re
1 cf which it p fiords. Sold by. all drug
gis's. (Adv. i
the news all the time The
was sent over to fill
ird. and frs- base r--.-axe
! arour.d whereon fousht
yo-.rhf.;I Porton and
than Z tdrr -ni i at'ed f.r hard -r. in"
fornrr hittrtis .C7! it. "! g.-mes. while
Collins, fhifir.s t.(.;wfvrt ti;e crft'la
ar t fr.-r base at. whi. h ia"r ;..-::. n
he played 4: came?, na'r-d i. '. :
c;r. :k :ir. - :2-rran. - j? . urur
ani 7. --r. tj,. third 1 air;5au.
Now. ho". ever. I ord rit-rlar- s
r If l-a-k in ht- olitinte ,"irn
RoiMe appart uiiy ;s sccu to be frcz
pre.-e:i- 'The Man from Montana."
Th-.Tslay and Friday the eternal
'Gei. tz'.h Minstrels." around which the
-r.-r-iea' cem'dy. the "Ham Tree'" was
built. Miturday's sketch wiil be select
ed b" veto.
The bill this week i tir.iformly pleas-
. ine. Trcv'o. an e- een'ric violinist.
' in his rer.d tion of b-tth classical and
raz number? made a distinct hit. Joe
'"' r.- and Rose Grcn appear in a
rr. : ii wh'zz. "iL?rds Across the
Street." Tl'ey sine 'li. their com
eey is c -.-'.. ar.d thir dancing ? x--
i'r.t. I.c-t;:? Lcr.dcn appears in chttr
Pf"fT trn s'udiea. His EC is fea
tured by beau' If-;! osturr," -har.?e
sr.d a heavy i-'t-ic accorapanimens
Lcuis S; "re. the tepjy turvy dat;c-
Many Rock Island sufferers from Ws
rheumatism, sciatica and neuritis tcs- f?J
t:fy that they have found ' Nurito" so
effective as an antidote to uric acid
that almost immediate reiief and com
plete banishment from pain has been
secured. What is better to comfort
cur rheumatics than this home testi
niony? Thousands of old-time r hur.:atlcv,
pre now ir. the best of health af'er u.-:-ing
:ts sai.Enec users are its test an-
vr-rtiEers pretty good advertisers, ft
Come to The Harper House phar- 1
riocy and get a 1 box of "Nurin." a $
pi. ysi-rian's prescription not a patent tj
that contains neither opi-
Direct from its three months run at the Globe Theatre, Boston.
The Most Sensational Musical Comedy Hit in Year3
Bud Fisher's Original Creation in the Funniest Show of
MUTT and 3Ff
ij Ana uorcpan.7 oi ou, an Alive anct Active.
' K'l Vou have seen them cartooned and have had many a laugh.
I J Come and see the play and have one great big one.
LAUGH OF YOUR LIFE
SEAT SALE TUESDAY 9 a. m.
PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 . Phone 224 West.
ties nor narcoti
i er. s'end? e:i k's head, cn his hand?
and hares by h' teeth while he Jies. relieve you your money
K;s act is a m-.e.y. The Five Hurs-1 funded. (Advertisement.,)
ar.d if it docsn
Is the key to ail good times on a dance floor.
Smile and be sociable at the ;
YGUa CLUB DANCING PARTY
Next Thursday Evening, March 13, Turner Hall. Moline.
yOU WILL HAVE A SPLENDID TIME.
Fifteen instructors teach beginners 8 to 9 p. m., and
they don't allow them to b3 beginners very long.
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