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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER VI 31 3.
FOR LOCAL HERO
Thomas Mills Wins Recognition
for Rescue After Explosion
in Coal Mine.
Scene in George Kleine's "Quo Vadis" Illinois
ENDANGERS HIS OWN LIFE
Crawl 160 Feet Down Shaft to Side
of Two Injured Men, One of j
Whcm Recovers. (
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In recoRnitlnn of an act of heroism,;
nhpji he readied a man from death in ,
a mine near Canton. II!., Nov. 'IZ, 1SWS, j
Thomas J. Mills, a?-d ."6 ypare, 132s I
Thirtieth Htrett, is to receive a Car- i
recle hero meiinl and l,mo in cash.
The Carneple hero fund commission j
made the auiioiiiir-"nir-iit yesterday. i
The act of tlie Kx-k iilaml man was
one Juftlfialile of the diHtinc-t'.ou and
blUiouth he made no mTotIb to le-
ome reo(ti!ized ax h' littiiiK the hon-,
ori l)efore the conimlHKiori, friends)
readily presented fiictn to the board. ;
At the time of the heroism of Mr.1
Mllln. he wan muiianer of th Gilchrist
mine So. C, located a few milea north
of Canton. ()a the afternoon of Nov.1
l'ioit, he Kittin in the office!
or th- milic with Phillip (Jill, Biiper-;
intendent, and Jmnes l!cnny, a miner. '
Of Kudden tlie huildiiiK tshak-1
en and there was a loud report which
in'-ii readily reHiizcd that it as an I'hiladelpluu, Chirbgo and ha.:! a ooz- j 0.eiT1 cn'y v.hr.t chacce has the
M.'OKion in iue mine ior me cupoia -p otl.Pr .. with 8UCh narked sue-: rrJo-? The -n run comnasa tfelncs
! cess iH freiuientlv described by the of greater sagnituds ar.d proportion
press apent as a visualization of the
' j conflict between the pagans and the
Christians in Nero's time. H is all
! that and more. To the thoughtful ob-
' uoi-vr tltta tav nnfl linlir it TTleftna
j Turner, would never have painted the ' -,XTr., Tr,VT c . ,r .
I slave ship in a storm, but would rather rUL.IL.Ej VV UlUtiN
.have depicted the peaceful landscapes! ""If MAT TAMr,n'"5 fi Tv'
'that ..v rtM mint.n .hofrU- -l -A 1 1 AiNLrVj Q. V. ,1V.
eyes are properly fitted -with glasses'. !
Wagner, too. II he had worn the cor- i
rect spectacles and had had that decid- i
ed tilt to one eye remedied, probably
would never have written about Wal-'
kyrie and dragons-, but would have'
written pleasant dances and even rag- j
time instead. ' j
Darwin also was another victim of j
eye strain. Doubtless he would never j
have given to the w orld Ms theory of j
evolution which stirred society up if
his eyes had been normal. j
De Quincey. suffered from bad eyes, j
Surely he , would ' never have taken'
opium it he had 'had classes. But!
then, on the other hand, the world
would have missed his opium dreams.'
And, after all is considered, scientists i
conclude society could Ijetter dispense i
with spectacles than" w Jth geniuses. j
"Quo VadiH." that marvelous photo- r.uilcycc
THE ILLINOIS. ' . j
Nov. 6 to 9 "Quo' Vadls" pictures, i
Nov. 16 to 19 The Gilpins Hypno-j
tic company. 1
Nov. 22 William Kibble's "Uncle
Nov. 23 Marian Sherwood in "The !
Nov. 29 "The Divorce Question." i
Nov. SO Sarah Padden in "Laven-j
dar and Old Lace." . i
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INEW OFFICIAL IS
i FACING BIG TASK
j Supervisor of Highr School Will
j Prepare Self for Duties Be
j ginning in January.
I ILLINOIS MAKING START
J. C. Hanna Will Study Work in Other
States and Prepare Statistics
of Findings. ,
- !,- a m.rn The movlnir nirtnres several vears i auucnie ctnormances ht. mo a&u
I r. .. ,., . .. . . . ' . ,18:15. Two shows Wprtpesrtav anrt ?i:n.
.i i . : r T-i : , j k ( i v nn e- """s 1 . i :i r il- ' . &n m r rnp n iun nie nnramji m i. or -
u r n in a p: uuuiiiiiu uiui otorgo iviciik? - - . - . ... rinw nit.V,to
is presenting in New York, Boston. -J . " . . 7 ousuieab aca me ieaiure piioio uiuum
the air nhufi lial Iwon blown high
in the air. A week hetore two men. j
Kveretl Alton and Galvln Richardson,
hiitl loKt their lives in au explosion be-.
lieuth the grCund.
It ilbvelMed that in 1 bin Instance '
than uny stage production by mere
man. What theatre in this country
could hold the wonderful pageant die
played in Nero's court rcenes the
feasts and banquets? What stage could
Pant&ges vaudeville Performances
If ever they perfect the synchronism j
of the voice with the action of the j daily at 2:45 and S:lo.
camera and obtain their results in col
ors all of which is .surely but a mat
ter of time the actor's occupation,
like Othello's, will be gone.
Thousands of actors today are profit
ing by this new industry, forgetful of
Spriueneld. 111., Nov. 1. Following
a series of conferences with State Sn-
! petintendent or Instruction F. G. Blair.
; in w hich a thorough understanding of
! his duties w as had, J. C. Hanna, the
! new Maie supervisor of high schools.
! has rr-turnod to his home at Oak Park
to prepare for his work. As there has
never been a supervisor of higli
: schools in this state before.' the office
j is largoly wha-.'Mr. Hanna and Super
. inten Jcnt Blair, under whose direction
i ho is, make it. Both intend that tho
j position shal". be one of the most im-
pcrtant in the school work of the state,
i Hanna will spend the time between
now and January 1. when he will
make his headquarters here, in visit
i ing Minnesota, Missouri. Pennsylvania
The tanso Is perfectly proper if 1 an! other states which have supervis
you stand six inches aoart and the girl 0rr. of high schools and iu compiling
end of the sketch, wears an accordeon statistics of high schools in this state,
pleated skirt. ; When he opens his office here, he will
So have ruled Chicago's ten police- he ready to do active service,
women, who were taught the mysteries ies high stmru
of the tango by a Chicago dancing mas- j Suppri'irt,ndput Bla, - w ob;aJned
ter a few days ago. They wished to!th(l .-..,.., fm h. ,,,,,
providing for this office, believes that,
and the Mouse"
w ill be
learn w hether the new dances endan-
pereu uie ni..ia ui u.r ,uu.,s. Mhei Khoi.lH bo lf-..Hvo .t.nrl.rI,..
f ThepiCt"reShOVV8ii!i?,r2rr'"!io regulation of high schools.
' tlve work and famous as a crook
Kdward Vatt and Andrew I'.oges, 1 8orn(.tj,in5 else. It means a conflict reproduce the thrilling episodes of the j he fact that they are digging their
n.iiwu ip niKii intTn. in uia.-iwn '";ietweeu the camera and tlie actor ior ( arena wjui its cnariot race, combats,
the mine, had plac ed an overcharge j ,ne possession of the rtase and public j lions' eic. .' lft the pictures fully thirty
ot black powder iu the drill hole. The; patronage. And the bis rjue.stion is five' hundred people are "shown in state
Cp to this time, there has been no
state supervision of high schools other
than the haphaiard suggestions mado
by the high school inspector of the
own graves losing the individuality j
and fast becoming simply parts of a j
machine, willfully hurling themselves j
before the juggernaut. It is a part of
the terrible sacrifice the world is con
stantly making to progressive science.
t.ie flew buck and the air dust along ' ui,Ht U t heroine at the actor?; of mad excitement and enthusiasm.
the floor Walls and ceiling of the . when a photo drama can hold the rapt i No st&ge'in America could hold this
hlmft was blow n with the fire and the and uninterrupted attention of a vast scone with liviug pctors.
oinbiiRtion resulted. J J ... .
!. ping a cool head and realizing air Khaft bpfore tne' ln ald the ! the explosion occurred, wrote to the goes to Charles X. Wright, a merchant. !
Itiai to rush down immediately fol- ""dies. Carnewe commission informing the X8 years old, of Highlands, N. C, who, i
lowing the explosion would have been! Mr. Mills carried Boges through the! members of the heroism of Mr.'Mills. with William L. Dillard, a livervman. i
tuolliiirdiucts. Mr. Mills set about to smoke and gas over dead mules, cars, "r "MuWiUfa rcuiuar, ar, mvuiu, , o.i years old, or the same place, help-!
u"J f" ulo.u,e anipire mree oayj nexi : caU.Upr taUing ner first ,ang0 iess0n.
Sherman. Charles Klein has filled this!
play with such rapid action and bright i tie ninr oe n mere child, twelve years ; 1'niversity of Illinois, who is interested
material for ser'ous thought that one of Jige. but hif bus no longer any right ; only in having the schools become pre-
to piny with his boy friend and must paratcry schools to the university,
choose his associates anions old men. Under the new order, the supervisor
He hns now nil civil rights and Is j will go from the state superintendent's
expected to behave accordingly. If. on office to the various high schools 'n
the contrary, a man Is unable to afford j the state and will make a study of con-
the luxury of a home and a wife, ho ditions, desires of parents, require-
fails to realise the full meaning of
the author in seeing "The Lion and
the Mouse" but once. A company i
of capable players will enact the diffi-!
cult roles. It is promised the scenic j
equipment will be complete in every j
Another splendid vaudeville pro-
repair the tan and as the ?r was
Mown from this down the air shaft,
he followed it.
He crawled down a ladder on the
tide oi the nliaft until he reached a
depth of about IfiO feet. Here the
mcph were blown away, but undaunt
ed, lie continued to carefully proceed
downward for another Fcore of feet
lit.' i 1 he rc :i lied the bottom of the1
Although the fun had been blow ing i
nir dow n the shaft for some time, when i joicing.
and other debris. Superintendent Gill ! a -member of the board, called on Mr. ed to save A
and Benny carried Wyatt. ! -M.llls- arm talked tlie, affair over with penter, 26 years old. from a fall down;
. . . .. . t ll i 11 1 f 1 1 1 1. f f ! " M 1 ,1 f ll !m nlnrfll . . , ... . . ... . ....
People nau garnered ouieKiy, as mey : ,v..w.6 "" mwij a iu a precipice ai mat place .May H, 1911.
had heard the explosion, having re-: what he had done! He also interview-j pniard receives a silver medal and
inembcred that of the week previous j ed 'r. Boges. whose life the Rock Is-j. $2,000. .
.when two men were killed. As ' ,dna nllln naa savea, ana nor until in
the minutes flew by, they seened like j formed that he was to receive a med
hours to relatives of all Jive men. Fi-; Rl bv aii Argus reporter yesterday af
nally when the signal for the cage i ,ernoon ha1 th Kock Island man
came there was a treat shout and bpard of the case." " ' " .
still wear his pigtail down his hacK.
has none of the advantages of citizen
ship and i expected to play with kites,
Mo-! marbles and such like. Any folly he
may commit is excused in the sam
the week there will be presented Nat ! wa.v as t,,e naughtiness of n child who
' Leffiugwell and Ix)uise Mevers. in i Js not responsible for his actions
may reach the age of fifty, but he must j nients of pupils, etc, before he give
Augustus Batv. a car-1 r'. " rvu . -.L -c .rtu" J" 'uu: i
i .HIP nuVT 11 - f 1 n nr , w a 1 1 I . .
when the men returned to the surface
with the injured there was great re
lic reached the liottom he was forced
to crawl on his hands and knees to
kep alie, as the gas and smoke fill
ed the mine. Superintendent GUI and
Benny, the miner, who had been iu the
office, followed the llock Island man
down and the three crawled about for
long time before they discovered the
bodies of the two shot firers.
IKK.K.S StKlltKS IN.II IIIKS. ,
The two injured men were rushed;
to a hospital. Wyatt. more seriously ;
burned of the two, died a few days fol-!
low ing, but Bog?s lived and today is ,
working at a mine at Mather'-iMe, III. j
At first the accident caused con-;
siderable commeut, especially the act;
of the Rock Island man and his two
Mills was very modest in re
lating the affair. . He told of the w ork
done in an effort to rescue, the two
men, and in 6peaking of it always re
ferred to "we," crediting his two com
panions v.ith heroism- also.
ECCENTRICITY OF GENIUS;
Mules iu the mine were killed and ; companions. The risk they lan w&s
, cut's and tracks had been bent and! great and peopla who went .low :i in
.twisted. Props were blown away. 'the mine several days later consider
iiiaktiig It extremely dangerous for a1 id them unquestionable heroes.
.Mr. .viiiis Is employed at the Velieierly adjurtad glasses and good elec
auto factory in Moline, being clerk 1 trie light to work by instead of a sky
in the tool department. He stated that j light over his desk, and that illuiii
w hen Commissioner McGill left him hied by a London fog much of the
last February he told the Rock Island time, he would not have been such
man that he would probably hear no." grumbler and dyspeptic. In fact.
more oi tne matter until the commis-lye strain was the cause of all his
. person to be in the mine oxl'uig to
finally the bodies of the men were
located, both still alive, but badly
burned. It was probably an hour af
ter the three rescuers hud descended
thut they appeared at the cage shaft
mid signulled for the elevator. They
, had jouruejed about 16o feet from the
The following July Mr. Vt. hi?
wife and children removed to Hock In
land, where they have since fesiuod.
In November, l;lo, the fiisi step to
wards securing the recognition of the
heroism for Mr. Mills vai ii:id-?. B.
M. Chipperfield, an attorney at Canton,
and legal representative of the Alden
fion reached a decision. Although a
modest man, yet he was pleased w'ner,
told of the news. His wife and family
were also delighted.
SEIKHM. tW US TO ILLINOIS.
their. laughing vehicle. "A Night at the j
Lodge;" Mason and Murray, in a re-j
fined singing and talking oddity; Del- j
Phina and Delmoro, in a Swiss uiu-
sical novelty, and Wolff and Adrlla.i
the Days That Are Gone It Mav
- Have Been Due to Eye Strain. lom in s(nging, instrumental and j
It seems that at last genitrs is dis- J whistling imita ions. Fcr the last half j
-...v. . lu ,,!,, uu, , pofruil Manager Rosenfield has
ecceninciuas are ; booke(, William Flemin & Co.; in w hat
j is described as a corking playet," "The
j ard. in a characteristic terpsichorean
ncvelty, presenting the latest intri
! cafe steps; Elliot- and Mapes,. 1n a
. comedy offering; Golding and Keat
; ing, "The Long and Short of Vaude
; ville." and the Wartenberg brothers,
; known as the greatest double foot
jugglers before the public. -
The wedding ceremony itself is most
advice on what courses should be
adopted. His purpose w ill be to mak
th high school a finishing school. In
stead of merely a college prepartory
school, and to raise its efficiency in
every case, whether it has a two-year,
three-year or four-year course. The
length of the course and the character
simple;. The whole function consists or 0f instruction will depend entirely
a procession when the bride and bride- upon tne nee,is of pp!i8 ad the con
grooni are conducted by their respect- ditjona Jn the community,
ive relations to a dais. There they are m ,oc'.TIOWAIj WORK. .
put race to race anci proonoiy. as
mat rather all us
due to eye strain.
Brain specialists, for instance
asserting that if Carlyle had had prop
ready stated, see each other for tho
first time. They merely glance nt on
another, then bow. and the knot is tied
Indissolubly. Wide World 'Magazine.
INTO i !
3 Si v 1
ILLINOIS -4 DAYS
STARTING THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Mr George Kleine Pre.se.nts.
i Other Illinoisans who won award?
I were as follows:
', Owen S. Ramsay, Lawrencevl.'Ie. 111.
j Silver medal and $1,000, is needed,
j HeLped save George C. Brown and at
1 tempted to save Rverett O. Waicott
iu the mine of which j from buffocation in tank, Lawrence-
ville. 111., June 5, 1912.
Wiley (. Jatr-es. Lawrence, 111.
All geniuses, in fact, would have
been optimistic, says science now, if
they had onlv bad hifoeal plnouca nt
I the .right time. The same UDnornlilI ! aen. aress ana native oi t mcago. and
i eyesight is given as the cause of manv , ueorse C. feaekett or 4.4U Lake l'ark
SARA PADDEN A BRIDE.
Chicago, III.. Nov. 1. Sara A. Pad-
Vocational education will, be giveu
special attention and an effort will b
made to establish courses which will
be utilitarian instead of academic,
where the pupils seem to require the
. i :.. .,.n.t..n
Finger, and Fork.. B ' '
K New Yorker was speaking of n Superintendent Blair some time ago
London horse show he attended. ! ld tw assistants to his office
"A feature of the show." he said. I w se duty it is to visit country
"was the magnificent riding of certain schools and advise directors how Ui
Kr:xh chiefs. These chiefs gave a din- j make the schools more effective. Aided
ner one evening, an Arab dinner, ami! by the system of granting diplomas to
they ate the first course kmis feoua--! standard schools, they have brought
with their fincers. ! ,1,e schools iu the rural district up to
"An Englishman asked for a fork f or j a level with those in the states most
his kotis Uous. When it was brought j noted for education. The appointment
to him a young chief said: j or the high school supervisor is in-
'I beg your pardon, but I don't see j tended to accomplish in the high
how vou cr.n bear to eat with a fork.' j school what has been done In the coun-
That famous artist, i avpnue' relar "l ll;u l la
1 company, were married at the vicar-
Photo Drama Sensation OfTheWorld
THE BUPN1NG OF ROME.
EXCITING GLADIATOR COMBATS
THRILLING CHARIOT RACES
CHRISTIANS THROWN TO THE LIONS
AND MORE POMP AND PAGEANTRY
THAN EVEN NERO COULD CONCEIVE.
MAGNIFICENT. EDUCATIONAL. INSPIRING '
THREE ACTS SCENES EIGHT PARTS
NOTE This photo drama will not be seen in any other Rok Is
land playhouse. WILLIAM J. KLINCK.
PRICES Matinee, 25c. Night 26c, 35c, 50c.
COLONIAL THEATRE TOMORROW
"A PROPOSAL FROM THE SCULPTOR," Third Story cf
"Who Will Marry Mary?"
A CONTINUATION OF "WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY."
"THE REDEMPTION OF RAILROAD JACK."
AND OTHER GOOD PICTURES.
in rn o 1 gnJ 1 AiVs nn
K 1 Helped to save George C Brown from
g i suffocation Id a tank, Lawrenceville.
111., June 5. 1912.
Noah Hood. Lawrenceville, 111. Sil
ver medal and $l,0n0, as needed. At
tempted to save Everett O. Waicott
from suffocation in tank, Lawrence
ville, 111.. June 5, 1912.
Jaices Benny. Hanna Citv, 111.
SiBer ro-dal and $1,000, as needed. ! H
Helped o save Andrew Boges, shot!
firer, and assisted in an attempt to
save Edward Wyatt. shot firer. from '
suffocation in a mine, Gilchrist. IJ1 ;
' Nov. 22, 1?0!. Boges recovered, Wvatt
; Phillip Gell, 710 South Chestnut ;
; street. Kewanee. 111. Bronze medal.
: Helped to save Andrew Boges tr;d as-!
! slsted in an attempt to 6avi? Edward '
j Wyatt from suffocation, Gilchrist, 111.,!
' X'..- O t fin ri
Moses C. Large, 230 Mt'j-.aisterre !
j sireei. jacKsonviue, in. Krt"?" niel- :
al and $1,000 as needed. Saved Mar
garet Miller, aged 80, from burning, i
Jacksonville, 1H Aug. 18. 1910.
Edwin R. Huett, deceased (father).
West Main street. Beardsiown, 111.
Bronze medal to father and f 1.000 as
needed. Died attempUiig t.. :ae Wil-!
I bur G. Dial from drowning. Valley '
; City. 111., May 307 1913.
I Marion J. Case. luUii;. m. !!-!
i ver medal and $1.0o0, as needed. Sav-i
j ed Thomas Heath, well digger, from '
l suffocation, Louisville, 111., May 22.
9 1. eve nisTHisiTEu.
t , Pittsburgh. Pa., Nov. 1. Nearly
j $100,000 is disbursed to heroes or their
; relatives by the Carnegie hero fund
! commission in its report made public
; yesterday. The commission distributes
immediately $91,000 in awards of
$2,000 and $1,000. There are' 16
awards of $2,000 and 39 of $1,000. The
remainder are in awards consisting
j of pensions ranging frocf $20 to $65
a mon'h, and in cash -sums nnder
$L000. In every award a medal is giv
i en, either bronze, silver or gold. In
j a few instances only a medal wag
.awarded. The highest award, consist-
; ing or a goid medal and $2,000 in cash.
I A Great Vaude
10c and 15c
Two Shows Sun
7:30 and 9:15
' 'L' the Englishman replied. wa
about t remark. that 1 didn't see how
you could luutr to eat with your
'But my fingers.' said the Arab,
are clean clean. I know It. I see to
it myself. But you. sir. how can you
feel sure aliout the cleanness of your
fork?'" New York Tribtiue.
I age of St. Gabriel's church yesterday
3EBr' ; at 5 o'clock. The ceremony was per-
; formed by Rev. Maurice J. Dorney,
I who in theatrical - parlance "discov
jered" Miss Padden when she was a
; young girl attending the St. Gabriel's
parish school. Mrs. Sackett, who was
) understudy to Helen Wrre in "The
! Third Degree" and the successor to
i MargaretylHington in the star role in
! "Kindling," was born iu the "stock
j yards district." While attending the
I St. Gabriel school she showed histrion-
ic talent, and as soon as she was old
j enough Father Dorney introduced her
, to Otis Skinner, who was then star
i ring in "Lazarre." ' It was in this play
that Miss Padden made her first ap
; pearance. She' attracted attention
I through her ability to learn lines quick-
: lv. As an understudy she would learn i other,
;the lines of one scene while, standing a natural and heal hy condition
in the "wings" of a theater, and be-1 by all druggists. (Adv.)
c tween the acts learn the lines of sue- i
I fftuHintr crenat Tliia ffttro hpr tlir t '
nickname of "Paddy, the Line Eeater."
Dr. S. B. Hall has moved his office
to Robinson building, 208 Eighteenth
Dr. F. H. First hac moved his office
to Robinson building, 20S Eighteenth
When a cnl;l becomes set leri in the
system, it will take? several clays'
treatment to c ure it, and the b"st rem
edv to use is Chamberlain's Cough
Loss of Appetite
Is the first 6lgnal of disorder and de
cay. The usual loss of appetite is of
ten caused by functional disturbances
in the stomach. The stomach falls to
do the work required, the appetite is
gone, and the body suffers from lack
of nourishment. Such a stomach needs
to be cleaned and sweetened. Meritol
Tonic Digestive is made especially to
assist the stomach to digest food, and
promote a healthy appetite. This
remedy is sold on our positive guaran
tee, and we ask you to give It a trial.
It is a genuine tonic. Harper House
pharmacy, H. O. Rolfs, ' dispensing
chemist, sole agents. (Adv.)
Fond du I.ac. Wis. The death of
George F. Johnfon. aged 25, from te-
y. It w ill cure quicker than any I tanu was the c limax in a series of
and also leaves the system in ! accidents from corn shredders In Fond
du Lac county this season. Other men
had been maimed, but had not died.
MARRY TO BECOME MEN.
3 Days Only
, Season's Rare Treat
Two Show's Mon
No Change in Prices
PHONE R. I. 708.
Korea Males Are Looked Upon as
Children Until They Wed.
The Koreans marry very young, gen-,
erally between the ages of twelve and
fifteen. For a woman to reach twenty
without marrying is considered a ter- ;
rible thing. A peculiarity of these
; weddings Is that they would appear to
I he a matter of interest to every one :
: except the parties mostly concerned,
i who often see one another for the 8rt
time on the wedding morning. This 1
j because in a Korean household the
boys are kept apart from the irls. the
. father and the sons occupying the
i front of the house and the mother and
! daughters living in the rear of the es-
tabHshment- Moreover, in their so-ial
j life the boys are not allowed to ml
; with the gentler sex.
' The parents anil friends arrange the
i match in accordance with their own
interests, and if both parties .igreeand
i the bargain is concluded the forma li
; ties are of the simplest. There is no
: religious ceremony and no legal von-
Early on the wedding morn the best
man arrives to tie the bridegroom's
I pigtail in a knot on the top of his head.
' This not only remain, forever as aw
, outward and visible sign of hU condi
i tJon. bnt entitle him to wear a bat for
! the first time- In his life and to he
' treAtjd as a man nd enter oubiic III
WAT LEFFINGWELL & CO,
"A Night at the Lodge."
DELPHINE X. DELMOSO,
"A Night in the Alps.'.'
ALU STAR BILL
Just Three Days
Monday Matinee, Nov. 3
2.000 FEET LATEST MOVING
LYONS & CULLUM
A Variety of Vaudeville
Three Performances Sunday at 2:45, 7:30 and 9:30
Pbone for Seats Moline 37.