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KOCS CLAUD AHGU-DIXEIIBER 10, 1920.
.7sn praUteg wttl WeraBT iek CPS ton. trtt;.iivv;::;-:-3) e.c .f4 , -3a itWrMi Orb- v 111 n , if"'. ..I m I 'l.t Island, Ilu Dee. ".Editor After mdlag fee several lZtr? prtatea ta The Argas.con CTf the stag pert? te he Sele ct t;Rock Isles etahiSetBrday Ct"JJ respectfully reqaest that yea rprrait m ipac la year paper ta.f :fsset e amber of ailsssaH 1 eCe,,loaa4 In your ' paper. Far MM Veasoo Bnknawnto me I wm otiMnlM In referesce to the i f"f program, i amtnot coaplala . t I of the oversight My sole par ' re ia writing this' osmmealca ' tn ! to uti my ewnthlae, as I fcMe heard ruasore that some of these, whose names haTebeen used ia MueetlOB' with your stories - a boat the ita hare threatened to vea scores with me when they get ne at the club Saturday night. If halts? the thlaga happen to be that arefittomlsed the member are to be (rented to a feature-that has not to date been promised, a a part of the program. I have seriously con templated going to the party armed In prior to defend myself, but on Monii eober thought 1 have de cided to leave my trusty aatomatlc Beneath my home pillow and face the maaic like a man. IA .the old,, day the clak itan vowthe talk of ths cJty because of their-nor el and original character. ThreJra thii year has been to re " .vlt oisterest la this tform of eater- taltveat and to that tend the com , aiQpe directing Saturday night's i program has gone to no inconaider ne irnie ana expense in assemb ling a biiyhat I do not.hesltate in V there m tatoof a stag party, aa t wish te takeitUrtortawJty to hav "7lpreee oa ail members of the dab I (that there nrUl aetata happen illtMonaUaatparty lhat wUl preface any Mem mr regress ?,-asr .(.rai grres- amarta aysaiag f .owo at- Ibi aamliinani will ho famish ed byor profeasjonals who haoe aeea angapa taraaga kaicago theatrical agency. Then are to be I three i y onf women l I say young i iris who carried apeari a "ta Black 'Crook.'' They art tana steppers, to borrow a theatrical term, and bare thai class that oecmamnaily eaases: million aires' sons to desert theft- 'beam firesides. ' t donl mean to leare the infer eaeeHhat thegints are com ing to Rock' Island oa a home- wrecking trip. They aire simply high clan entertain era; and they hare promised to glveas the lat est In the song and (dance line. These young women hare appeared la the leading jaadpnua theatres of the country j and we hare been able to secure Ttbeir aenrices only because they were taking a holi day vacation stltheln homes in Chi cago. One of your reporters said that the girls are sisters. This is aa error. They (are not even rela tions, sad when they are tearing professionally are associated with different companies. 'Their ages are 19, 23 and 25. One of the yonng women uaierstndled Annette Kellerman. Another Is known as a second edition - of Ev Tanguay, who doesn't care, and the other is said to resemble the late Qaby Dee leys, the yonng woman who caused a king to leave his happy borne. The acts presented by the girls are of a very high- order, and in their numbers they will appear singly and together. The male. entertainer presents a tnonolog, and this is said to be a scream. As for f the part members of the club are to take in the program, I feel tat I should correct some of the remits that have molten abroad. The announced wrestling match is not a hoax, as some have been led to believe. Both. Mr. Tegeler and Mr, Lamont, both bwUftmy-varsed ta the art of seii-aeieaae, rmw aUy aseere me that they are n splendid eoaditkm. an that they will act stall or make love m each other whoa IMT I B- ""V They ve a aide bet of IH. and it b-Hp that their friend srUl Uy beU 'on the outcomes It la likewise UP theft -Willard SebBefferwni be accompanied to the elb by a couple of chickens. These barayard aristocrats are . highly trained, the committee has been told, ami Mr. ScbaeSer agrees to pat than through a series of stunts that will be an eye opener to those who may be skeptical of the Intelli gence and athletie agility of the barayard bird.- .'Other who will eoe tribute to the Joy of the evening are John O. Hen toon, George A. Price. Fred Mitchell. Jake Bamser. August T. Ijtmp, George Schneider, Jr.. Rob ert Bennett. Charles R. Kourse, B. W. Olmsted, Louis T. Cannon, Steve Spencer, Dan Ward, M. H. Sexton, Ira Roberts, Prod Kablke, Dr. i. R. HoUowbush. W. G. John ston, M S. Heagy, Leo Larkm. Cart Hallarea. M. L. RCtla, Ir. Bee Sberrard, Ben Harts. Jr., Roy Kloee, Charley Wheelaa, Willard Larkin and Prank Welch. la the foregoing galaxy there is talent enougbr to keep the club membership interacted for an eve ning. To those who may not have seen these gentlemen in the stunts for which they are famous among their intimate friends I might ex plain that the feature they will contribute will run the gauntlet from a boxing exhibition to a whist ling solo. There will be bicycle acts, songs, fancy dances, climbing the creased pole, catching the slip pery pig, peanut rolling, fencing, bladder fights, pillow fights, skip ping the rope, etc. The instrumental part will ' be furnished by a negro Jazz band, and those who have heard this organi sation know the treat that is in store for them. There will be re freshments served throughout the evening, and everything will be free to the guests. The party is to be for members of the clnb only. It will be the first of a series of stags to be offered during the win ter season, and it is the hope of the officers of the dab that there will be a fair taraoat of the' member ship. It's my personal hunch to the members that they keep Satur day eight opes, for the party is going to be something they will re gret missing should they happen fa let outer engageauau ejajerrere with their atteadaao. Bat it Will be too late the following Meaday to express regret tar having miss sd out. The point te not to let hay thing Interfere with -year engage ment at the club Saturday evening 1 WnM., It that aaM ft . be some party said a mouthfaL li A course in accoantiag or sten ography will always he valuable ta yea. Brown's Business ealleg eaa give yoa this training. Inquire bow ia regard to bow rttaaes - mmim'mm''t'm . --waawaamB-. """"55, MOTHER! CaliforTiia Syrup of Rfs4 Child's Best Laxative Accent "California" Syrup of Figs only look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the beat and most harmless physic for the stom ach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity 4asts. Pull directions on each bottle. 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