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Uvwpoit) " TTmln TTiint at Mil twto V- (Moline) '' ' ' ,-mr- at tui ItoShow ? fwt Jewel Film t Home on Tuesday ftarlea Chaplin's (Mildred h) trtt Jl Picture since the v&g of "When a Olrl Lores," i I teen on Tuesday at- the jfcl theatre. ' "Home" is the jitt has' been giren to the lat .Weber production starring j Harris. The story was -a K Miss Weber and she is t nssonsible for its admirable 3M- "t Mor of "Home" will send IBM away with a new thought jtr Binds about the' place i aSBM. The story might well a ban the inspiration of the X "Rome, Sweet Home," which ISM sung in erery home of the atrr. With Mildred Harris' as IMsr.ttkiDg the role of the foot Inu girl, who forgets the lor rt of father and mother, little sad a true hearted boyhood it sad seeks diTersion and Isjarriage among the codfish Mats of a summer party ac Muee, this photoplay so aptly 3t even epic in human emotion, ,Tm the word comes from her wlart her mother is seriously Ms earing for another daugh rttmgh a siege of scarlet fever, Y Rankin, a small- town Jaw's (laughter, played by Miss What ia wttboM tto atuaV 'oi a doubt one of u most important of the season's booUaga 1 Is that of Max Bloom In the) Boria.Woolfolk XorelUes of lift, neaw musical re rues, which come to the Illmois to morrow, matinee and night, under tba direction of Boyla WoolfoDt, and with thr Inimitable Mas Bloom in the principal comedy role. This sumptuous offering . was, built to measure for the trrepreeeibU Max, by John P. Mnigrew with tunes by renp a. Rice, and iU success teati fleslo the fact that thev did a aood Job; . Max isn't the whole show by any manner of means, for he la sur rounded by a clavar cast, including Alice Sher, Doris Canfleld, Jack O'Malley, Kenee Rayne. Arthur Sel- by, arry O Lynn, George Brown ing, vanny uranasa ana a pep chorus of 20. ' i The action of the 14 scenes of fun and frolic are punctuated, with 18 song hits, ensembles,, dances, .fea tures, novelties, satires, surprises. screams, rib-tickling hits "and high class revelry wlthqut the semblance 01 any mils or idanotonoua mo- Jrtis cut 5hter, pi to the firm Attiwh I ferteet Tealflatien Jjj SStS mtW venn , r T0X16HT i CiKHY MtiHT Uso "HIGH SPEED". I aowerfui screen version of Chiton H. Stagg's famous Msg gtory and N Saab Pollard Comedy "Crab the Ghost" -SUNDAY Row starts 1:30 p. m. Con- ttnuoua till 10:30 p. m. GEORGE BEBAX In fTke Pawn of Fate" 41io Andy and Mia m ! "The dmnv" ine Inter-Reuben Cuest also ' Christie Comedv "NMIII(lllllllllllllllllllllllllll UUIIllllllllll!IIUIIIIIIi!U'r I. AT COLTKBIA THtXSAT. :. TlLtB WY6TBRY OF THE V&LLG1 BOO M an. BMIL CHAUtARD production rb ax-art pictures. of an ex-captain in the army who returna from overseas to find that his young sodetyv bride of a few months doesnt like Mm near . as well as she did in his' uniform, is said to abound in amusing scenes and real human interest drama. Martha Mansfield is the leading woman and Clara Beranger adapt ed the pteyno the screen. .. : ' Charles Rayshas another country boy Characterization in "A Tillage Sleuth," coming to the Spencer the atre next Thursday, but this time with a brand hew twist. The pic ture was produced by Thomas H. Jnce for Paramount release. . . Accoramg to ue .story, v;narue la a farmer's sonylth aspirations to become a great detective. His Bungling amateur 4 1 efforts when thieves invade his father's melon patch leads to his departure from home and a new -Job aa man of all work around -srprlvatie sanitarium. Her be becomes involved in a mys tery worthy of Sherlock Holmes and wins his spurs "when he solves it Of course, there's a' girl in the case. Mr. Ray is supported by a cast including Winifred Weatover, Lew Morrison and Donald MacDonald. Jerome Storm directed the picture and it was adapted from' a story by Agnes Christine Johnston. ,. menta.- Tom Mhan in Civilian Clothes ami Charles Ray inMA Village Sleuth" Thomas Meighan's first para ount starring yehicle, - "Civilian lothes." comina to the.SDencer Square for four daya wis the last picture produced by Hugh Ford before be sailed for England to be come chief director at the Famous Players-Lasky studios at Islington, near London. Mr Ford has had one of the most colorful caraefvvof any director connected with tile stage and screen. Starting, in legitimate drama, he staged'sueh artistic plays as "The Tellftw Tieltet," "The Gar den of Allah" and "The Bird of Paradise." Later transferring to motion pictures, he alligned him self wjth the Famous Players forces and handled such big film produc tions as "The Woman Thou Gavest Me,VHis House InOrder" and 'Xi- vilian Clothes." - . , - The last liamed nhotoolay. 'In' heart by herihlch Thomas Meighan has the role r- HUMOR BY WtRE Cleveland. JacoO Cohn .will in vestigate before he runs again. Suspecting two men . of being thieveshe ran. . They were detec- tives and suspecting Cohn, of being a burglar, shot nun. He .will re cover. - ,. New York Mrs. Laura Wilson could have received more but she didn't A jury awarded her $200,- operator. : s sr., 000 for loss of her husband's lov adding tbay would have made-' $260,000 it she had asked it - Portland,- Ore.--Mra. William Welch, won a divorce in court here without uttering a word against her husband. She is p mute., St. Louis A little matter of 42 years didn't make any difference to George E. -Hibbard, 64, director of the National Hardwood Lumber association. He eloped and mar ried Hilda Jackson, 22, a telephone alOilllijlllllM CdLISEUM, DAVENPORT, NOV. 1 0 FRIDAY EVENING ....... 1. , . . . . . " THE WORLOS GREATEST. MUSICAL ORGANIZATION Z6AffNUALT00SQ UIM PEE CAPITA. Wasbingjorr, Oct U.Distribu- timr orpine nMBey In ' the ' eeuntry4 was esnmstedort I51.0S per capita on ept. 1,. according to the fed eral reserve board. on i success Ware of irdayde.' Jds upon" whether i bowels functionate rrY or not . You Need 90S -ZlIS tVlP Tinrv1tiH4riTi f rgns that must -t&jinated regularly 5oroughly. - a- t w w if ' w - i Sak.af Aas iaikaWaU tOa.Ma. MAIR STORE sat Twmknh ataaaa. & CanaShdw v SB Have Ererything? Well, Ahnott Everything FRIVOLITIES j has 1 GIRLS: They might have been nared efl of the front cv- en of aopniar aajiiines or out of Howard Caakdler Chriaty'i Stadio. ' M 'The Frivol Chorus m v.- of Thinyv I COMICS: That ennae yon to ripple , with laughter, from row Knee-caps w -few eye- brews Eddie Jfelson. Def Chain, wardMetaife. s DANCERS: . . Whose flriaa- extremities reenfnise m anthorlty ami seldess toveh the floor paily Bent, Joe Boliy, Lelle - Jsaenra. - --4. S MUSIC: - V ' ; M the tvne that will h played on erery. taDdar maentae frsta Manitoba to . Bombay, from the dasab ml to the iaasieal arl ten Chase, Lelei Heart, BemJee Frank. 1 SCENERY: Bisarre aai saeetaealaril HBoranu that frame Mr? As4raenVfrrreioms erew. . Gorgeoas and tantaeae. M COSTUMfeS Gay, geiiea, lefayn, Wne, as apricot, yellow and seven ikades ef lavender. Maay ' .aSv - aa,.l , BUK eaveswp, -mi mm 1 reveaL B'dblPLESt-v o . Trvaatiea has a Mb In every spa wjMre a v pie has aver beast fonnsY TWO NIGHTS ; - - ONLY I.Coloriial 5 cvy Geaslne Pine Oriran - . LAS TIME ' I: WILLIAM -I S. HART is ETheTollGate I "His MasterV m . E - BreatHw Av ripping" comedy sensation : And Latest ews Weekly TOMORROW and (MONDAY 1 CHARLIE 1 CHAPLIN With Marie Dressier, Mable as Nomand, Chester Conklyn S And the greatest cast of com- ediafiB ever presented in one comedy in m TILLIE'S 1 Punctured 1 ROMANCE FTv emashing' come ma aawawt Prices neUCJ3l8ertEaw. tig reels of B' Say you'll open your -"cut-ss out" and Just "roar"1 when SB you'see these-xomedians in their funny stunts. , . s. Bring the . kids and " laugh. ss AQflea bpeciai f eature Marguerite 1 BRlSk 13 55 A genuine thriller. Airplanes, ss'autoev submarinee and the g whole C 8, navy in a aeree sss or nfamu-iaaing arania. s : COMING TUESDAY MILDRED HARRIS . CHAPUN . ' -IN , , "HOME ... if WEDNBSDAY AND THURSDAY U rrhe i,!ystry the Yellow Kpom" . r-rir-t - en 1a f-- . t J aB---i" " ' fl OtiftH tEtATEE TODAY HOOT GIBSON M The Champion Liar" U HANK MANN H "Whf Change Your S i . v Mrs." S1 Jattrnatteaal 5ews and E ' , ' Star Ceaiedy TOMORROW "Hidden Dangers" S NO. 12 S Wallace Oburn M "The Man of H , Mystery" BlDy rraney in T,he Pest" - And a Big V comedy . .MONDAY S ' Seventh, episode of "Ruth of the Rockies" - "The Lost City" Jfo. 7 "The Unconventional Maida Greenwood" Ill!!ll!lllllllili!SI!ll!lllll!lllillllP -aOBiY-05DAI-TCliDlI- ' ThPhotcpfoy of the Month 1 DUSTINFARNUM 5 In the screen triumnh q his career,, "BIG HAPPINESS"-. 55 The man's man oV the screen in his greatest photoplay success. v Intrigue--: Love -:--6ig Business 55 Here is a photoplay which affords delightful intimate ejlimpaes 5 of Parisian ntaht life. Th scenery in the outdoor loca 55 tions is magnificent, showing seductive views of the Alps in all their majesty. H '-'Big Happiness'! js true'Super-Photoplay 55 The story rambles along gathering impetus through its powerful 55 . thread until it strikes a climax as majestic and mighty , , ', as the scenic wonders on the film. The characters s ' are all assumed by actora choseu particu- 55 larly tor the parts they assume. - - - Mr. Farnum has a won- ss derf ul part , .. S Last Time Today Pearl White In Tigtr's Cub" 55 Watch the Maostic Announcements for the Real Coming ' . Attractions SPECIAL The reef Is on the new magnlfleent SWVeW Fert Armstrong theatre. Soon we will tell job ef the onenlnjr. Nothing like it between Chicago and uuTeoast. HN PHILIP SOUSA Conductor Lieut.Commander U5N C.F Seats on Sale Schmidt Piano Co. Trices: $1.00 and $1.50 Plus War Tax All Reserved , - i ILLINOIS THEATRE Phone R. I. 224 s One Night Only, Wednesday, Oct. 27 V IE W TALBOT PBESEJJTS 55 THE RECORD BREAKING $30,000 BURLESQUE ATTRACTION HARRY LANG 55 The 100 Per Cent Comedian .and His Famous LID LIFTERS A Of 1920r- - r TWO ACTS 10 60BGE0US SCElfES ' 9H LIVELY DASCKTG BABY D0LL8 80 -EXTRA "PRJITCESS LOLytEXTBA Prices S0e to tUO, Pras Tix-SeaU Taesday 111 XATCSEB JUCD tlGHT ILLINOIS 11 THEATRE SUNPAY- 55 . A New Atmospheric Musical-Revue . ' ' 5 ' 0- m BOYLE W00LF01K PRE8EJT8 , liSOIIUR'S JtULTB C 5mth Street TODAY- . II SESSUE 1 HAYAKAWA IN . 5 "The Devil's Claim" - An Intriguing romance . of Greenwich village ss encircling a fantastic SS . drama of Hindoo sup- S erstltlon. ' Also Texas Gninan in 5 The Wild Cat" ... 5 ' 'SUNDAY 55 Continuous Shows 2 to ss 11 p. m. FRANCELIA H BILLINGTON g "ThelDay She Paid" 55 Her past romance, now s ' only a memory of bitter . sweet,' rises to threaten 55 her daughter's happi ness. He had her - youth he demanded her little ' girl's or a- price. The price was paid by whom? ., ' Also a clever-comedy. -ttorai Slyness", , MONDAY . EDDIE POLO arSshing Dagger" Na6. Tuesday- EE BEATRICE MICHELA , IN " ' U "Flames of Hell SSGate i THURSDAY - 55 "HIGH POCKETS" iiHIIIllllllllllllllllllllHllHIllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 55 Tenth and Cnttare Wne la the Snnerh Chart e Twttf Oris 55 Prices: KUtiiiM 2Se to $1X3; Night 22c tslLSO r-- 7- U J Box Office Open 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. rhene uaveaport 7i-7 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE) . " j Four Days Starting Tomorrow Sex New Acts A Diversified Bill of Guaranteed Merit W. HORLICK and SARAMPA SISTERS Descriptive and Variety Dancers Kilkenay Dnoll The Act Different Ja.Da Trie Chester O'Brien & Allen i Live Wire Boys XariaLo Art Studies EARL 4s SUNSHINE, Two Girls Today A Yesterday A unique contrast in characters 1 tbi Bawk Itctlrc llttl Twelfth Iveaaa : TOK1GHT ? : I KITTY GORDON IN meUnveilmg , Hand" n KZAL'&ABX r " In -Element ef Xfcjht" ! S 5 TXSAT A Painmnnt Artcmft picture L1LA LEE v. . Of I J -TheHemrtof Youth" s i . . igtd two comedies . 4 - Andy and Jftn in the "Gamps? it m m m a VALENTE BROS., Accordionists K1NOG RAMS T0PIC8 OP THE DAY Coming Next Thursday Musical Comedy. 'Last Night' ' Oct. ai-Nor. Singer Midgets 3 Shows Pally LAT TDOS TONIGHT 7 :S0 t U EDDIE HUME CO. in "Oh, Hector" TABOR A GREENE FISKE 4 FALLON BTJRKE ft BURKE MYSTIC GARDEN SKATELLH HiuiuiiiiiwiiiiiiyiiiiinHiiiiHWHiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiHiiiiimiiiiuiiiiiiiinHiiiiiimi "J"L IX ef 0T 1 m ' ""saBBPaanaawaaSBweBi i i ( ' ""r ' Tonight, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday Wrixon's Orchestra. - SaSSt Feet ef Fleer Space , . 1,000 electric UghU. i Make np your own party. to end of Bridge- car line i. z a- : s - ana a uayeor comedy MMM1imiUlllSlMI'nHIHMU 1 ? C3 tfnaaaesM Uawawiw ouiuns:: V