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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1913.
WIS LLl ZA31TW TWyRJOAi
lear Mrs. Thompson: I hare been
tolng with a boy for nearly three years
and lore Mm dearly. I have been
fith no other boys during that time,
as I had no desire to be with anyone
but him. About four months ago he
tnet a girl and has been going with
fcer on the sly, thinking I knew noth
ing about it.
(1) Do you think he is treating me
tnean, as I love him dearly?
t (2) Does he care more for me or
the girl he goes with on the sly?
(3) Will you please tell me some
thing to do for perspiring?
My dear, you are not engaged to
this young man, and he is at perfect
liberty to go with other girls if he
ants to. That's the trouble with
people who just "pa together." The
iris feels she is bound and the 'man
knows he is not.
j (1) T do not think the girl is very
kind. She would not like to have
Jou do that to her. Still, as you are
aot engaged to the man, I suppose
She sees no particular wrong in it.
t (2) I dont know. I do net like a
man who does anything on the sly
finiess you have driven him to It by
howing that you are Jealous and sus
picious. j (3) ou cannot stop perspiring ifi
you are.sttlve. but if you will spongs
four skin often with cool water and
Occasionally dab 1t with a solution
If pure alcohol and water it will stop
fiuch of the unpleasantness. '
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl
ged 18 Am engaged to a young man
f f 28. We are going to be married in
i (1)- What would be a nice wedding
j (2) Is there any harm in kissing
After you are engaged?
(3) Should a girl go with other
boys and write to theni after she 13
f 4 Which is the more stylish this
summer tan or black slippers?
(5) How is my writing?
i ONE OF THE PRETTIEST OF
homo weddings took place last even
ing at 8.3U o'clock a; the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
B. Tallman. 1707 Twenty-fourth arid
a-ha!f street, when their daughter,
Clta Ruth, was united in marriage to !
Calvin L. Carr. The ceremony took
place In the living room and was per
formed by Rev. H. S. Willing of the
Free Methodist, church. The bride's
chosen colors p!nk and white prevall
. ad in the decorations of the house.
Miss Georglana Brinkerhoff, a niece
of the groom, played the wedding
march as the bridal party took their
places. The bride was dressed in
white satin with an over dress of
ihit voile. She wore the long veil
which was draped into a Juliet cap ef
fect and held with a wreath of or
ange blossoms. She carried a shower
bouquet of bride's roses. Miss Hattie
Butler attended the bride as brides
maid and she was dressed in pink
voile over a pink silk slip. Little
Vinifred Hawes was the ring bearer
and carried the ring In a large white
iose. She wore a dainty gown of
white with pink ribbons. The groom's
attendant waa William Hall. Mrs.
Karr has lived here all her life and at
tended both the grade schools and
' the high school. Mr. Karr who Is the
on of Mr. and Mrs. David P. Karr
of this city Is a machinist. They will
make their home for the time being
with the groom's parents.
WOMAN'S CLUB REGISTRATION.
MISS CLARA WHITMAN, REGIS
trar of the Woman's club of Rock Is
land will be at the Rock Island public
library on the afternoons of Sept 13
And 15 to receive applications from
women desiring to become members
of th club. Ia order to become a
member of the club applicatfon blanks
which will be provided by Miss Whit
man, must be filled out, the names
will be presented- to the executive
committee for action and will then
jbe voted upon at the first meeting
or the club Sept 20. The Initiation
fee la one dollar and the membership
fee is one dollar a year so those Join
ing at this time must pay $2 before
they receive their admission card and
ft f 1
(1) Dress in white, my dear. Char
meuee veiled with white net would
be very pretty. I wish you a great
deal of happiness.
(2) No, only of course don't over
(3) I do not secwhy she should
not keep her friends among both boys
and girls, though of course she gives
her best love and loyalty to the man
she is going to merry.
(4) Black. (5) Good.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) A neigh
bor boy who is my friend has ashed
me to exchange pictures with him.
What is jour advice?
(2) I am 17 years old. Am I too
old to be a freshman in high school?
(3) When out riding, is it wrong
for a DOV
to put his arm over the
back of the scat?
(4) Is it good for the hair to braid
it at night before going to bed?
(5) Is it all right to call up a boy
friend over the te'ephone, who has
called you up? MABEL.
(It I don't think it wise for a girl
to give her picture to any boy not
even a good friend. He really doesn't
care for the picture. He only care?
about getting it and letting other boys
know that he has it. Most girls, how
ever, though they know this, think
each boy is "different" and are only
too willing to give their pictures.
(2) You should be in second or
third year high ecIiooI now.
(3) It would be more polite not to.
(4) Braiding it tightly is harmful.
Braid it very loosely.
5) The boy 3 are not so crar;y to
have the girls phone to them as the
girls seem to think. If you care for
this boy friend, keep away from the
telephone. Let him do the calling up.
get their year book. In case the ap
plications are refused the money paid
in will be returned to the applicant.
In case there are any who are un
able to get to the library on the 13th
or 15th and present their names in
person they may send their names
and initiation and membership fees to
any member of the executive commit
tee and the application will be acted
upon Just the same, enabling the ap
plicant to attend the first meeting of
the club. Those members of the club
who signed the charter roll, which
number 632, who have not paid their
membership of ?1 must do so either
the 13th or 15th as the registrar will
be unable to receive the dues and dis
tribute the books at the first meeting
of the club. Club members arc es
pecially urged to bear this fact in
mind that there may be no misunder
standing as tp the distribution of the
admission cards and year books. Miss
Whitman will be at the library after
2 o'clock on the afternoons of Sept.
13 and 15.
DAUGHTERS OF THE COVENANT
of the First Methodist church met. in
regular monthly session and for the
annual election of officers last even
ing with Mrs. E. H. Stapp, 1112 Twenty-second
street, as the hostess. Offi
cers for the year were chosen as fol
President Mrs. H. F. HInkley (re
elected). First Vice President Mrs. A. E.
Second Vice President Mrs. A. L.
Secretary Miss Violet Doney.
Treasurer Miss Josephine Cook.
Corresponding Secretary Miss
Delegates to the meeting of the
northwest branch at Monmouth in Oc
tober were chosen. Miss Josephine
Cook. Mrs. A. L. Bruner and Mrs. Wil
liam Paulsen to represent the society.
An Informal program was given. Miss
Violet Doney and Miss Josephine Cook
giving vocal and piano selections. Re
freshments were served by the host
ess at the close of the evening.
SOCIETY HAS CHICKEN FRY.
NINETEEN MEMBERS OF THE
Young Ladies'. society of the German
Immanuel's Lutheran church were en
tertained at a chicken fry at the home
of Mrs. Carl Dane, a former member,
at her borne two and a half miles from
Taylor Ridge. The young women went ;
on the Rock Island Southern and were
met at the train and taken In two
large wagons to the home of their
hostess. After the serving of a de
licious chicken dinner, pictures were
taken of the crowd and a merry after-'
noon followed. They were served with
supper in the evening and later all
enjoyed a delightful ride to Taylor
Ridge. Miss Lillie Moeller acted as
chaperon of the crowd. Every one en
joyed a most delightful time.
SOUTH PARK SOCIETY MEETS.
A BUSINESS AND SOCLVL MEET
ing eT. the Young People's society of
Scuth Park Presbyterian church was
held at h,church last evening. Plana I
Vera made for 'the year's work-and
then followed a short program which
consisted of a piano duet by Rev. and
Mr.W. G. Oglevee, a violin solo by
Miss Helen Hermann with piano -accompaniment
by Miss Fink, a read
ing by Glenn Fry and a piano solo by
Miss Julia Rubs. During the social
hour that followed light refreshments
SURPRISE MR. WILLIAMS.
A COMPANY OF 16 YOUNG PEO-
ple carried out a well planned surprise
party on C. R. Williams at his home.
8S6 Forty-fourth street, last evening,
the company coming to celebrate his
19th birthday anniversary. While the
young man was detained in one part
of the house the young people entered
the house and when he was called
was much surprised to find his com
pany of friends. They spent a merry
evening playing games, in contests
and with music and a birthday lunch
was served. The host was presented
with a number of nice gifts.
MISS ELISE A. KOEHLER THIS
morning entertained at a luncheon and
bridge in honor of Miss Helen Ficke,
a bride of the early fall. Luncheon
was served to 19 and the decorations
of the table were American Beauty
roses and pink asters. Four tables
of bridge were played and the favors
were aawrded to Miss Alice Ficke,
Mrs. Harry Evans, Mis3 Marguerite
Potter of this city and Mrs. Charles
Wilson with a special favor for the
guest of honor. Miss Bell of Missis
sippi, who is visiting Mrs. B. F. Peek
of Moline was an out of town guest
EVER READY CIRCLE.
THE SEPTEMBER MEETING OF
the Ever Ready circle of the First
Baptist church was held last evening
with Miss Irene Wagner, 610 Eleventh
street as the hostess. Matters of a
routine nature were taken up for con
sideration and following' their trans
action an hour of sociability was en
joyed when refreshments were served.
The October meeting of the circle will
be held at the home of Miss Mabel
MISS SILVIS SORORITY HOSTESS.
MISS MARGUERITE SILVIS AT
her home, 1126 Twentieth street, was
the hostess last evening to members
of the Sigma Beta Kappa sorority
and they spent a very pleasant even-
in? in Rociahilitv nrecedine a liaht t
lunch. The sorority meets every three
weeks and the members are organized
time with Miss Katherlne White at
her home in Milan.
LUNCHEON FOR MISS HUBERS.
MRS. JULES KERKER AT HER
home on East Eighteenth street, Dav
enport, entertained at a luncheon yes
terday at 1 o'clock for Miss Lillian
Hubers, a bride of the fall. Covers
were laid at the table that wa3 .deco
rated with pink and wKte asters and
the favors and place cards carried out
the pink and white colors. The after
noon was devoted to playing bridge,
no prizes being given in the games.
FORWARD SOCIETY SESSION.
MISS BERTHA HUETTE AT HER
home, 632 Sixth street, Moline, was
hostess to members of the Forward
society of Grace Lutheran church last
evening. Plans were discussed for
the annual Uhrlstmas sale and work
was given out. A social hour was
enjoyed and refreshments were serv
ed before the close of the evening.
MONTHLY BUSINESS SESSION.
THE MONTHLY BUSINESS AND
social session of the Young People's
society of the German Evangelical
church was held las? evening at the
church. Matters-of a roine nature
were transacted followed by a social
O. E. S. MEETING.
ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER 269,
Order of Eastern Star will hold its
September meeting in Corinthian hall
In the new Masonic temple tomorrow
evening. There will be Initiation of
candidates and as business of impor
tance will be transacted the member
ship is requested to attend.
EXAMINING BOARD TO MEET.
THE EXAMINING BOARD OF THE
Rock Island Musical club will meet
at the New Harper Sept 22 to pass
nn annlirflttnn. fni frtmViarcVif n Anv
applicant desiring to join mu6t" send
In ber name to the secretary, Mrs. Jo-
seph Goldsmith, before that time.
RUTH'S BAND MEETING.
RUTH'S BAND OF BROADWAY
Presbyterian church will be entertain
ed tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. H. W. Crawford,
1607 Eleventh avenue.
No Person Need Have .
Thin, Brittle Hair
Frequent wavhlng of tha hlr and
scalp with a mild shampoo will promote
a clean, healthy condition ana Insure
an abundance of wavy, glossy hair.
Mother Shampoo ia best for thla
purpose, because It acts directly on the
scalp tissues and hair roots by killing
the vegetable parasite that thrives on a
dandruff laden scalp and causes tha
hair' to arrow dull, lifeless, brittle and
fall out. A te&spoonful dissolved In a
cup of hot water makes a wash that ts
soothing and healing- to tender, sore
scalps and loosens all dirt and dan
drufT so that rinstnr leaves hair and
acalo sweet and clean. .
Mother's Shampoo la beneficial to light
or dark hair and has no irritating nor
harmful ingredients to Injure the most
sensitive scalp, wntie its regular use in
sures young looking, healthy hair. All
druggists sell It at 2o cents a package
enough for 10 shampooa. (Adv.)
Why have a poor Job of papering
while a good one costs no more.
Let me tell you what it will cost
to "decorate your home. Telephone
2725 Rock Island. O. F. STANLEY.
LILLIAN CARTER, ON
BILL AT THE EM PI RE
Between tie acts of "The Third De-I"
gree," tne offering of the first half of
the week at the Empire, Miss Carter
gives pleasing singing numbers.
Sert 9 W. B. Fatten
Vaudeville Portormances daily (ex
cept Wednesday and Sunday) at 2:45
and 8:15 p. m. Wednesday and Sun
day Performances at 2:45, 7:30 and
4:15 p. m.
AT THE ILLINOIS.
W. B. Patton, known as "The Pe
culiar Comedian," will appear at the
Illinois tonight in' his latest play,
"Lazy Bill." The unique character of
Dr. Bill Hale, the good natured coun
try physician, affords the popular
comedian a first class opportunity to
display his ability as i laugh maker.
nlike many stars. Mr- patton does
nct believe in occupying entirely the
Bill" his company has an equal chance
with himself to win favor. All of the
characters in the play are good and
many of them new to the stage. An
excellent supporting company has
been engaged, beautiful scenery ef
fects are carried and, taken, as a
whole, it is a worthy presentation, en
tirely out of the ordinary, its senti
ment and tone of the highest.
AT THE FAMILY, MOLINE.
Beaumont & Arnold, erstwhile of
the musical comedy, "A Modern Eve,"
are capturing headline honors at the
Family theatre, Moline, the first half
of the week. And tha-. is as it should
be, for the act is one of the most
pleasing which has been viewed on
local boards for some time, past These
clever people present bits 9f .musical
comsdy and the offering is way attbve
parr Miss Beaumont takes the role
cf the "female doctor" and Mr.' Arnold
Is an applicant for the position of as
sis'ant. Their clever line of "patter
KfiG PI.AJ.T DELICACIES.
While perhaps the egg plant in it
self is not deserving of much space
from a food value standpoint it Is
very much liked and forms an agree
able waste or bulk food.
For a long time fried egg plant was
bout, the only way it was ever served.
and that is btill a good way if every
one eats fried -oods. But they do
not Agaai, as the egg plant con
tains very little nourishment, we have
learned to combin- nuts and whole
wheat bread crumbs with it and these
get the necessary bulk and food value
together as a luncheon dish.
BOILED EGG CI.T.
Select a medium-sized plant of the
dark purple variety, and cook in boil
ing water 15 or ij minutes. Remove,
peel and cut into four slices crosswise.
Steam until tender and serve with
STIFFED EG PLAXT.
Materials Egg plant, one; stale
whole wheat bread crumbs, one cup;
English walnuts, one-half cup; but
ter, one tablespoon; egg, one; chopped
parsley, one tablespoon; Bait; pepper.
Utensils Steel 6pider, chopping
bowl and knife, crater, ' tablespoon.
measuring cup, cup egg beater, bak
ing pan, sharp knife.
Directions Choose a full, dark pur
ple egg plant Cook in plenty of boil
ing water 15 minutes. While. boiling
shell chop the nuts, grate .. the
bread crumbs and chop the onion.
When the egg plant has boiled the re
quired time, remove from the kettle
and cut lengthwise in halves, and with
: a pointed knife cut out the pulp about
one-nan men from tne outside; and
with a spoon remove It from the shell.
Chop this fine. Put the butter into
the spider, melt add the onion and
cook it until it is yellow but not brown.
Then add the egg plant and cook a
moment, then, the remaining Ingredi
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talk" , convulsed the audience last
nteht. Miss Beaumont's dancinz was a
revelation of the terpsichorean art, and j
bilci aeciug uci uuc vau rcuuuy uuuti;
stand why she was a prime favorite
with Chicago theatre goers. The actj
is bright, snappy, clever and clean.'
The Venetian Four are crowding the j
headliners for. the premier position on i
the bill, and either act would "make:
a show. Four young men who bait j
from aqfoss" the pond produce most;
exquisite harmony with . harp and1
three violins. Both classic and rag-!
time selections are given. Ed Vinton
presents a dog billed as "the canine
with the" human brain," and after see
ing "Buster" perform the auditor is
inclined to agree with the press agent
Lillian Watson, a singing comedienne,
and Russell & Radcliffe round out &
bill which is uniformly high class.
HUMANE SOCIETY IN
NEED OF MORE FUNDS
At the meeting of the Rock Island
Humane society held at the associa
tion house, 637 Seventeenth street, last
evening, the financial secretary re
ported collection for the month passed
amounting to fill. While this relieves
I the immediate stress of the society,
'"If8 b,ut "ttle nfey F
work is to be maintained and an of-
ficer retained it will be necessary for
the friends of the society to make spe
cial efforts in its behalf. A general
discussion concerning the future of
the society resulted in the appoint
ment of a committee to perfect plans
looking towards its permanent sup
port The humane officer, Wirt Tay
lor, presented the following report for
the month just passed:
Animal .cases: Complaints received
and investigated, 12; horses and mules
examined In harness, 50; drivers repri
manded, 6; horses destroyed. 2; com
plaints received and investigated, 1.
VILLA 0E CHANTAL
TO OPEN THURSDAY
Jdg-ing from present indications
the coming year at the Villa de Chan
ts 1 will be the best in the history of
the school. The registration already"
booked is 130 day and boarding pup
ils. The school will open for regis
tration tomorrow morning and the
recitations will begin at 9 o'clock
Thursday morning. The already effi
cient teaching corps has been
strengthened by the addition of Sis
ter Mary Rose who will teach Latin
and history and Sister Loretta. Sis
ter Mary Rose who was Miss Margar
et O'Dcnnell, graduated from the vil
la with the class of 1910 and then
took up her 6tudies at Trinity college
at Washington, D. C, graduating from
there last spring with the degree ot
A. B. She entered the community
this summer. Sister Loretta who was
Miss Josephine " Hahn of Columbus,
Ohio, after graduating from Notre
Dame at Columbus took up post, grad
uate work at the villa and completed
her course in 1911. She also entered
the community as a teacher.
"Hay Fever Knocker'
Any suSerer of hay fever can be
quickly relieved by using Steven's
Hay Fever Knocker. If unable to get
it from your home druggist send di
rect to T. W. Stevens & Co., Wild
Rose, Wis. Sample box 25c, large size,
$1.00. Guaranteed by T. W. Stevens
Drug company. (Adv.)
ents except the erg mixing all well
When thoroughly heated remove
from the fire and add the well-beaten
egg. Stand the egg plant shells in a
buttered pan and refill .:th this mix
ture, heaping well on the top and
sprinkling with bread crumbs. Baste
with melted butter and twice again
while baking in a moderate oven 30
minutes. If a lighter dish is desired
for dinner omit the nuts. This is a
nice luncheon dish and a perfect sub
stitute for meat. .
Chopped mushrooms instead of the
nuts are a nice change added to the
mixture for stuffing and serving with
a sauce piquante.
FRIED EGG PI.AXT.
Peel a good, plump egg plant and
cut into slices one-third of an inch
thick. Season with salt, dip in beaten
egg and roll in fine white bread
crumbs. Saute in very hot vegetable
fat When they are brown on one
side turn and brown on the other. If
egg plant is sliced very thin, egged
and breaded it can be fried in deep
BROILED EGG PI, A XT.
Willie egg plant is very full of water
it may be broiled or grilled if it is
sprinkled with salt the juice well
pressed out and wiped dry befote
EGG PLAVT WITH EKGS.
Materials Egg plant, one; large
tomato one; bread crumbs, one cup;
chopped onion, one; melted butter,
one tablespoon; salt One teaspoonful;
Directions Follow the recipe for
"Boiljng Egg Plant" remove from the
water, cut in halves and scoop out the
center. Chop fine. In the meantime
have the tomato peeled, remove as
many seeds as possible while cutting
up fine and add to chopped egg plant
with the remaining Ingredients. Stuff
the egg plant and bake in a hot oven
20 minutes. Have ready the required
number of eggs poachad ia milk. Dish
the egg plant in the center of a platter
and the egg around it with a dash of
paprika on the top of each and finely
chopped parsley over all.
Young & McCombs
Furniture at Half
; for 70c
1 $4.00 value
Still warm enough to enjoy the porch.
Why not . buy a Rocker or Chair
now ancTsave half the regular price
asked. We must close out all our
Porch Furniture, now!
Specials for Wednesday Only
Nice Blacking Case top 11x15 with rest for foot;
keep brushes In. These cases are a very much
needed and useful article for Wednesday only,
one to a customer
Kapok Mattress full size, weighs
The materials used in this Mattress are imported
direct from the Island of Java,
20 Off Leather Furn.
Just received! A fine Una
of genuine Leather Rockers
and Arm Chairs in Spanish
leather upholstering, for a few days they will go at a 20 per cent
reduction, 30 patterns to select from. 4th and 5th Floor.'
School Hats for Fall, $1.75-$2.98
Of Plush or striped corduroy in the new soft shapes many are
here to choose from.'
Sale of Baby Bonnets
50c, 75c and $1 values 25c. A one
day clean-up sale for final riddance.
Think of it, SI bonnets, new and neat,
Children's and Misses' Fall Wear
Dresses at $1.25 in the new Fal' styles for girls 2 to 6 years
made of galatea cloth, with dainty light Or distinctive dark stripes,
harmonizing perfectly with the plain blue belt and cuffs. Very
pretty and serviceable. Choice 11.25.
.Girls' Dresses at 69c of chambray, made up In plain colors w,lth
the chic new gingham vest effect in blue or black. Sizes from 2
to 6 years. Choice 69c.
New Fall Gingham
just received. Each
WOMEN'S NEW FALL COATS
Many have already been sold despite continued warm weather.
New arrivals. are coming in dally.-
Tri-Cities Leading Quality Department Store
YOUNG & McC0MBS
Co-operative Store Co., Rock Island
Following i8 a list of letters remain
ing uncalled for In the postoffice at
Rock Island for the week ending Sept.
8, 1913: Mrs. Ruby Butler, Mrs. WL1
Bofcholm, Kent Clark, Mrs. L. D. Clark,
Frank Cox, Miss Jennie Decker, Nellie
Donnelly, Miss Nina Dcnald, Mrs. J.
J. Donegan, C. W. Esch, O. and B.
Evans, George L. Etheridge, Mrs. Wal
ter Foster, Bradford Fields (2), Miss
Lillian Freeberg, Ethel Ferris, Roy
FelTerhoff, Gertrude Higgins, Miss Hil
da M. Jensen, Vern Jacobsen, Florence
Johnson, Albert E. Lewjs, Mrs. Marie
Morgan, J. "McDonald, Miss Anna Pe
terson, Miss E. R. Parrlsh Miss Helen
Russell, William I. Rudd, Miss Ella
Run, Ray Ribbink, Miss Hazel M.
Robb, M. C. Sexton, Sam Stewe, M. C.
Snyder, W. B. Smith, William H.
Thomas, Pearl Treloar, John E. Wright,
Mrs. George Wright, Mrs. Carrie Wil
liams, Miss Francis Williams, Emma
Williams, Harry M. Weiss.
HL'GH A. J. McDONALD,
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Tuesday, Sept. 9
The Peculiar Comedian
W. B. PATTON
Prices 25c, '35c, 50c, 75?.
SEAT SALE SATURDAY
The Big Quality Store
also box to
only 30 pounds, easy to handle.
and Serge School Dresses
a special value at 98c to
CALL MEETING TO FORM
The Rock Island committee on
school hygiene and sanitation, in
perpetuation of the work outlined by
the fourth international congress on
school hygiene, recently held at Buf-,
falo, N. Y., announces a public meet
ing at the local high school the even
ing of September 18. A local organ
ization will be perfected. There wilt
be addresses by Dr. Max Malkln and .
H. B. Hayden and musical numbers
by Miss Elizabeth Chaney, violin, and
Miss Grace UUemeyer, piano.
NOLI N ti
Tbe Brat Bill Kver in ihr ( My v -
And Hrrr Only Two Dan
BEAIMOVT Se AKNOI-H
Late star of "Modern Kve" in Bits of x
Musical Com'Jy. .. "
THE VEKTIA!V FOUR
A Clasv Aot of Melodv,
"A .MiiHT IS VENICE".
Kit VIXTOX A.VI Ill STEH,
The loir with the Human Brain; 'tbe
Greatest An of Its Kind in
Nifty Assortment of Vaudeville' k
l.ll.l II V U-AT4IIV . '
The Olrl That Know How f Bln
2,HlO Keet mt (be l.atrat and Beat Mo.
Hon I'lrtnrm. -Every
Day at 2:45 and 8sl3. '
Matinrrn, I Or and 20r. Xlsbt Pric
lOr. 2M- and Sflc.
Big House With Small Prices
THE THIRD DEGREE
THREE DAYS ONLY
This is the real $1.50 show for
10c, 20c, 30c ;
All Matinees 10c, 15c
Phone Rock Island 708