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If 3! T CiT tzl Cfearles rrt Ccteedar YCaawSaV ' TZi3 'aawwa WtSm, supervisor of jos Plying Field, Betteadorf. "rj Cutis biplane, and tm Gallagher, his mechanic, 1 in the Mississippi river Just ta Um Davenport boa dab, U Bilking an exhibition flight 3T the Davenport levee at about ttock last night Naithar pas- er In the plana was injured. I th machine was only slightly -tad.. . ,-':'V :-r. -::;. .K - Wallace had bean flying over the ty end clrclinc above the carni- il grounds and levee, performing V unbar of exhibition tricks, when v the coarse of a drop after loo p I the loop, the engine stopped, ., ha plane was then low over the - Ijvee park. Given a choice between Topping into the park and risking -'.ia Uvea of those in the crowd aa ' ablad there, or swerving toward Jm water, the pilot took the latter course. " The plane dropped into the wa ter about one hundred yards from " the shore at the point where the boat club stands. A launch was " taunediately put out from the boat house, and both Wallace and Gal lagher rescued. Neither suffered a ; scratch. -" ., . . ;- . ' , A loose connection in the wiring Milmli Sitila Bnevter aaa leWri Oefdoa ta TW Blood aafttw." - filnlal 'Taa So. Tljav." - ' "What Mr oonimna Sany T. -etoftir Bnk lios Tmira .iaan atoisr ia "The Daitaat Boor.' Oladr BrocfcwaU in "Charta Ealnbow." Lanse A Iat SMS Fifth aw Hafry B. Walthall la "Km Lone Tanies." ! ' MA MONK Jona 14 Back aluaui baaqoM. . "W 1 J V wEeve Fall ELECT HEW FLAG STAFF ON ISLAND A new flagstaff, 158 feet high, has been erected on the grounds of the arsenal administration building, directly south of the office of Col onel Harry B. Jordan. Slightly less than two feet In diameter at found to have been the causa its base, the great flagstaff tapers of the engine s stopping, lue pxiue .was scarcely damaged' except for "the loas of varnish on the exter ior. It is to be taken back to the Bettendort field today. Damages -will amount to only $20, it ia esti- Wallace haa promised to make a second flight this evening in anoth er plane, and will drop a ticket into the throng entitling the holder to -a tree ride. HUSBAND STARTS ' SUIT FOB DECREE :X DIVORCING WIFE ; Bolt for divorce from his wife Laura Nugent, was filed in circuit court today by James Nugent The grounds given by the plaintiff In the petition la a charge of adultery against the defendant According .to the petition as filed they were married at Burlington, Iowa, Aug. M, 1915, and lived together until Feb. of this year. - . Irene Watslawik, in a petition tor divorce from her husband, Her man Watzlawlk, charges him with habitual drunkenness. The petition as filed In circuit court states that - they were married June 30, 1901, ana separated Jan. 1, 1919. - Europeans did not suspect the vegetable origin of indigo dye un til many years alter it had been in general use. down to a few inches In width at its top, where on a large ball seta a. bronze replica of the American eagle. . This week the old nag-poie which since 1894 has stood the in tersection of Main street, near the administration building, was taker down. The pole was erected at the order of Colonel Bufllngton. who was then commandant of the Rock Island arsenal. Because of the amount of space It occupied and the heavy traffic at the Intersection where the staff stood, it was decided to remove it However because of the condition it was in from its long exposure to the elements, it . was necessary to scrap it and construct a new one. This, which has just been erected and treated to a good coat o. alum inum paint was designed by Frank E. Bobbins of Jtock Island, who is superintendent of the government bridge and chief of the arsenal po lice. , Colonel Stanhope E. Blunt, re tired, who for 11 years wai com mandant of the Reck Island arsen al, has been visiting the scenes of his former activities this week Yesterday 88 men, who have been employed at the Rock Island arsen al 25 years and more met and formed a club for the island vet erans of government service. The name of the club is yet to be chos en. ' The local council. Boy Bents of America. Is nlannina an intensive training coarse for this fall for all am interested m scouting, bock Island boasts of having soma of the most -splendid scoutmasters lined up with the movement any where, and- because of this fact they are to give them a training coarse which win better fit them for their work as scout , leaders. The course will be open to any man io.the. city. over . .18. years .of age who Is In any way connected with boys', work.. :--: : ... 4, i.-v f It Is also expected that many men who are: not now lined p with Ijhe scout 'movement' will take advan tage of this course in order that they anight be prepared to take charts of troons when called upon. The Instructors of the coarse will be professors from the. college, hiah school instructors,' scout ex ecutives from various cities la the state, and also some of Rock is land's scout commissioners. The course will be one of eignt sessions with one held each week. It will be financed by the local council, and all men who complete the course with a satisfactory rec ord will be given a diploma by the local council and also one by na tional headquarters at New York city who have approved the course planned.-The opening session wm be in October so that it may oe finished by Thanksgiving. ( , TO SLEEP WELL -Take Horaford's Add Phosohate Half a teaspoonf ul in -a "glass of water, taken before , retiring, in urea restful 'sleep. ' , w . ft, j 1 n. J A ' P : . Aa fos ereea sodal wadtr. the airless of the baseball team of the boys department of the T. M. a A- will be held in the aaaoda tioa bonding TrMay evening.. Ice cream and cake win be served and moving pictures shown, for a small adsstostoa fee. -Girls of the Y. W. a A. have received special Invita tions. The public 1s larltad. . ' Beys of the department to the number of. 18. In charge of Sidney Gordon, boys work secretary, took a hike to the canal yesterday, for fishing and swimming. They re tained without any flsh, but each member of the party the proud pos sessor of many sunburns. ... ' There have been 25 boys made members of the boys' department ia the last 10 days . The swimmers' campaign is over and more than 70 have taken the training offered free of charge. The great majority of these have learn ed to swim. Some of the number are taking swimming tests today. ' 746 AND H7 ALL WEEK THE LaSalle 1 Fine nickel ores nave recently been discovered at Darley Dale, Cardiff. Wales. Prior to these dls coveriea no nickel was produced in Great Britain. ; , n!T0T.eTfl8. Tinao nQDiTEn Fraas A Swaassa VO leil Bafc saes ef Pbwer ea Street Car ' Wage Take Evideaee Priday. Ftans A. Swanson, 2703 Sixth avenue, Moltne, was cbosea as the third member of the street: car wace arbitration board tnts vorn ing at a meettng at tne Houne com mercial club of. Charlea Reagan, arbiter for the onion, and C K. White, arbiter for the company. He was chosen from 57 men whose names were submitted by the mayors of Rock Island,. Molina and; Esst Moline. -.-;".-.-..-',. He was one of 19 men . proposed by Mayor C. P. Skinner of Moline. Mayor Schriver of Rock Island pro posed 30 names and Mayor G. F. Johnson of East Moline propose! eight names. Mr. Swanson is secretary-treasurer and superintendent of the Riv erside cemetery, Moline; secretary it tta reatara &trj? eir pyet rirpertnteadm Elver- vAitsn Reagsa. asd. White be gan Wednesday saoralag la elirain atiag bms) troea the list of prowoaed thttd members n wtloai a T)oint choice eeuld not . be made. The naming of , the third member 'this moraine1 came rather, aaexpect- edly. as indlcatioas.had botatsd to some dUBcolty la settling oa the choice of the man who, is to wield the balance ' of . power In setting the wage scale lox jnotormea and ooadaetora, amployed . by the Trt City Railway company in Illinois and lows. Meet n' Beck Islaad, ' The full hoard will bold its first meeting on" taking evidence at the New Harper hotel at 9:30 o'clock Friday morning. No oral evidence is to be taken, bur the street car company and the onion have their cases prepared in writing for sub mission to the board. , it. was an nounced that bo prediction could be made aa to whether a : decision might be reached before the end of the week. . . , . The TJhited States has estab lished a gas-mask department in the bureau of mines. ATPIZLU B. C Ftaher, superintendent of scboela, will . give the commence ment address at the graduating ex ercises of the schools of Peru, (1).. Friday evening. . His subject . win be -Individual Initiative. Tha claaa Bombers about eighty gradu ates, including those who finished the eighth grade in February, and those who completed their work this Jane. Perfect Ventilation Air Ice Cooled Genuine Pipe Organ Played by Mr. Ed Stein, Cele brated Organist ;Spencer, Square H HERE IS A GREAT DOUBLE BILL SS Tonight last time to ee c 1 ' D. W. Griffith's. Great Production I 'The Idol Dancer" and The New HARPER Soda Fountain and 1 GAFE Will Have a Grand Opening 1 SATURDAY " ' : -. . '' ' - ' Will be operated under a new plan - THE CAFE ; Will serve everything at moderate , prices. ; h A OPEN FROM 7 A. M. to 12 P. M". n OUR MOTTO .WILL BE GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT MODERATE PRICES' . QUICK SERVICE 1 : 3 Comedy Co. With ELMER COUDY aad capable CAST iBdudmg' . a crop of The fastest Peaches & . Pippins 4 moving ' musical . comedy of the year the Following Musical a eve iocs - - . TONIGHT .--: ' j "JOHNNY WISE" TOMOBROW and 8ATCBDAT S " Jack Korworth's , "ODDS AND ENDS' I , SCJfDAT ONLY 1 "JOY BELLS" Complete Change of Seemry E and Costames for Every FroiactJoa "SEE ETEBT 8H0W 5 OBDEB SEATS 50W Ti;iiiiiiiit:"::::::iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii!ii)? E . Offering m sat! as shyafaiaa'A wBBa, usaf a bBsar, xer AI Us wealth eeaU aef hr aepeals vptm dlgastka. After eO TTia afiwenh M is fa.L Is Us wTtheut plays a great Bta, IHEbaes a ami teed digasHaa ear Bveri sasuiHitfllHHiassisiea - ashawsafc riwwrt disssss ar wattfag tesMasdsstttT n. risme. f Oa lavaflls' ZMat awl eTaataS'al.Mrw wg etssa (Sssal ar Whists. hs la osBsi lev name's asUsa Kediaal TTasmil.. Thss Ss las eajeyel fa esaCne of Aasadsaa wahBs, Tjyftaawf - THE GREATEST HAWAIIAN ORCHESTRA Ton ever heard will play at each performance and the REAL HAWAIIAN DANCER Direct from Keith Theatre will dance at each performance HOW SHE CAN DANCE! DOST MISS THIS GREAT DOUBLE BILL Added Attraction Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Herbert Kaufman's Weekly Will Be Shown Something New, Something Different Watch for Them. COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I Anita Stewart In a splendid picturization of Caroline Lockart's novel ' "The Fighting Shepherdess'' H The man-fighting girl who is the heroine of one 5 of the greatest woman's books in years. iiuiiiniiimiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiinninniiiimmmifiiiJiiiiinniuifitiifffiiffg' 1 BROTflAN'S RIALTO S THEATRE S - TODAY . . EE Gladys Brockwell S - x . : la . "Chasing Rainbows" Also a Psthe Hews Beel and . Christie Comedy S FBIDAT 5 Albert Ray and ' S Elinor Field 1 'Tin Pm Alley" Also a Pathe Sews and a Harold . Lloyd Comedy -CAPTADf KIDIWS KIDSJ OTTTI AND AIDES GIVE UP BATTLE Rome. Jane 10. Premier Nttti and his ministers resigned in con nection with the bread price con troversy. 1 Poor persons were laed a W lations ef the motor veataiai and one for driving a Tmir car' wuhout having a baasS? license by Magtetrate TAS land In police court Wednesdays! arnoon an. dthls- morniagT ,C. P. Vrooma and J. a wmi. were lined for spesdttg. VroTi Melvia was ftned for operathT. car at night , with bright lirhu ' uuu k wH iima ior ejwl l. machine by a street car tbit ku been stopped to take oa sad 4jl charge passengers. J. M. was iied tor driving a coaaZ! cial 1 without having a fear ense. The del endanti tut TBI OUB BASTED S1STEH OF FIITU6 BUNIONS! -Pain Stops Instantly Hump Vanishes TRY IT AT MY RISK PsTV. a-lssfHinaM VsaF ftMH pttssi inpli-iUT IUMrl lialawa Oa eslr. home and tiree mcumw See the Beautiful Patterns at $40-$45 V "nrri RlJnoU Thoater Bufldlog BO aaaomfortabl htekl r tslt pad. bo Master i eafra or Uaeid. It U mwiH far Twm will aar It la wea awfni Will, M roiek. aa an dsaa it at. Deal waste Omm Swat Try rarJUUina at my rWk. Write ladar bafan 1600 Second Ave. . On the Illinois Theatre Corner. -a at m -t dram KAT 63S South Dearborn 8l Chteaco, as tar PTOODTlfl LArJUKATOaUKS. Dept. Ad. . C-Z8S. IlUaoia. Illllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllll BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM MAJESTIf TODAY FBIDAT L Stewsit Blaekton Presents Robert Gordon and Sylwa Breamer la "The Blood Barrier'' "He has bees Tonr Lover ia Theagat, if net Actually Crazed with envy he had made her life a living hell. She could not divorce him to marry her childhood chum. There waa one ' other way oat But there stood "The Blood Barrier." A Drama of Vivid Thrills aad High Climaxes. See it! Also PATHE REVIEW and BURTON HOLMES TRAVE. . LOUL'E. . IIIMIII I Colonial Ceol and Comfortable TODAT 03O.T ' - r yfm. Fot presents .. 1 The SheTigei A thrilling drama of the 3 Mexieaa border, with aa all s star cast, S Also "Llgntning Bryce" ' TOMORROW and 8ATTJBDAT Dorothy Dalton In the greatest picture her career ef i AMERICAN THEATRE TODAY TOMOBROW 1 Billy West "Wha?Nextw ; Monroe Salisbury ' s: . in ; ; The Phantom Melody E 'Ami Saab Pollard Comedy; SATURDAY WM. S. HART b "Mr. Nobody" ; HANK MANN in The BUI Poster" C03 REEVES in The Gun Game" " wrorj3-t:onAM U cscrete Eiscrhs' i E I i : JThe Flame of the , ..Yukon,, She was qneen of the dance halls, a famous figure in the frozen north. Tor .the love of a man she reformed. See this wonderful story of the Alaskan gold country and the greatest hand to-hand battle between two-' men ever enact ed for the screen. . ' Added Feat!- - " . LATEST SUNSHINE COXEDY. - : COMTSG sckday ; Bert Lytell in S The Right of Way" H ' Jack Dempsey . Ia the faal eplsede ef "Daredevil Jack" A5D Benny Leonard I 1 World's Xlddleweirwi : lea Paret ta the new The Evil Eye" COMING THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY PROGRAM Sakato Trio Japanese Foot Herbert and Mary Reese MUSICAL NOVELTY Hermanns Cats and Dogs COMEDY NOVELTY TWO PERFORMANCES IN THE EVENING. AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE ON SUNDAY. AD?.nsSIOirTO PARK ISc. WAR TAX INCLUDED. TADLE-DE-HOTE DINNERS SERVED AT THE INN. TAKE WATCH TOWER CAR DIRECT TO PARK. n ""fina-niasawiasaaasas IMIHnilaVMi SSltMnstiSSHSIlaagSIIMlllrKMMl riiptattfttpM:T WwSiHIWIHHMINIIIIlUIIIIf iiaiMiMwiiMiwimHIIMwiii'M'''''"11''"