ncc2 luaicd, a&
! CaftrvlMn to Cmvim to
Mvsr rifer to rratorml Cm.
' AmuI conference of stats dP
of ths Madera Woodnwn of
America will bo held In Denver
Uoaday ami Tuesday. The confer
ence te to discuss and ostllne
lens for the promotion of new
business nd will be attended by
M elate deputies from all over the
aatlon. , v ' , '
Head Consul A. R. Talbot, Lin
coln, Neb., will conduct the meet
Ins end the srocMtn he hai pre
pared will be participated in by
various member of the Mod era
Woodmen board of director! and
other officials. Head Clerk J. 0.
liar of Rock Inland wilt- discuss
"Relation of the Head Clerk's Of
fice to Field Work and Short Term
Lapses." John P. Harris, editor,
and Dr. B, E. Jones, medical di
' rector, are also on the program.
Other Rock Islanders Who will
' accompany these officials to the
Denver meet, will be A. N. Bort,
manager Investment department;
; Assistant Head Clerk A. D. Phil
lips; department chiefs, H. J. 01m
r sted, H. C-Hunt, W. L. Ogden,
Joseph Riehemann, John T. Davis,
and H. L. Ruff, head clerk's stenog-
The deputies will spend Friday
Bt the society's sanatorium at
Woodmen, Colo., 12 miles north of
Colorado Springs, where a com
plete inspection of the institution
wtll be made. The Rock Island
delegation will leave for Denver in
a special car Saturday afternoon.
Messrs. Ray, Ogden and Ruff will
be accompanied by their wives.
State Deputy Ben F. Keeler, La-
; Crosse, Wis., will Join the party at
Fort Arasstrong Thomas Mei-
gtaa aad Lsatrlc Joy 4b "Man
gpeaesr Square Anita Stewart
in -fttsi of th Sea."
' Capitol Thomas Meighan and.
VmM Joy la "Manila tighter."
Oardea Elaine Hammersteln in
Columbia Six acta of Orpheum
vaudeville. - .-'
Grand Rom Ludwig in "East Is
Wast." - .
At Fart Amstrsagv
METHODIST T. N. T.
y CLASS PARTY SOON
Members of the T.. N. T. Sunday
school class of the First Methodist
church will meet at Legion Hall
Friday evening. Two indoor base
ball teams captained by George
Dlckman and Faulkner Crusen
will battle for the championship
of the class. The grqup includes
17 high school boys, who have es
tablished a One record in local Sun'
day school circles during the past
pear. Frederick Stapp la the pre
Fate play the silent . role of
avenger In, the coming Goldwyn
production' of "Mr. Barnes of New
York," which la to be seen at the
Fort Armstrong Friday and Satur
day. This Is the taleofaCorsioan
vendetta In which an American be
comes the Instrument of fate and
prevents a cruel murder.
Tom Moore, the star of "Mr.
Barnes of New York." has a grati
fying role in which bis genial hu
mor and comedy sense is given
free expression. Besides, he is call
ed upon to reveal a deeper emo
tional quality, when impending
tragedy calls it forth. ;
Those who have seen the stage
version of "Mr. Barnes of New
York" remember the many thrill
ing incidents that made this melo
drama one of the most popular
plays of the 90'g. The Goldwyn or
ganization has seen to it that none
of the thrills have been lost; and,
Judging from the cast, which in
cludes, besides Mr. Moore, sucn
sterling players as Naomi Childers,
Anna Lehr. Sydney Ainsworth and
Otto Hoffman, the production will
be a notable addition to the many
excellent photoplays recently made
by the Goldwyn organization. .
At Spencer Square.
As a contradiction to the wholly
malicious reports about conditions
at Hollywood critics point to the
happy married life of Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Cameron, the latter being
Anita Stewart. Not only have they
bad unmarred domestic happiness,
but Mr. Cameron, two years ago
a screen actor of prominence, has
returned to the silver sheet to play
the leading man for his wife in
"Rose o' the Sea", her current First
National attraction at the Spencer
Square theatre. In addition to
''Rose o' the Sea" the Spencer I
Square program for the balance of
the. week includes the Strand quar
tet, a high class act composed of
two women and two men, singing
a medley of the latest popular and
operatic selection!, the latest pic
torial news? a Hal Roach comedy,
and a special overture by the Spen
cer Sonars orchestra. - j
What tie Pialie Waits. ;!
Hugo BaUIn recently tested unb
lic opinion by leaving the selection
of his next picture to movie fans.
He received C.233 requests, men
tioning 31C stories. Thirty percent'
of the requests were for old-style
melodramas, with hero, villain and
the various characters clearly es
tablished at the start.
Anita's Brother George.
George Stewart, Anita's brother,
is Dorothy DeVore's leading man
in -"Let 'Er Run," a Christie come
Fortj-alaeDaja for Camera,
' Camera work on "The Stranger's
Banquet" required 49 days.
Tost Mix's Horse.
Application for $500,000 insur
ance has been made for Tony. Tom
Mix's horse, to cover the period of
filming a new picture in which he
will have a prominent part. ,
Shirley's Hew One.
Shirley Mason has started work
on"Shirley of the Circus."
With William Farnum.
Lois Wilson, Robert McKim and
Tully Marshall support William
Farnum in "Beyond Compromise."
tt llOUHZ F02II --X7ELFAE3
i Employes Of ttsMoHas stttofltoe
have formed! a branch, of tha na
tional welfare organization which
has for its object to Improve the
workins; 'envlrwirieat ; and social
relations among postal employes of
the Halted States, k ;- . ;
Officers of the Moline council
have been chosen from the carriers,
clerks, and supervisory depart
ments, as follows:- ,
Chairman William (i, Ber
- Secretary Clyde W. Becker.
- Advisory committees -w?s .'
appointed as follows: "i ! -
. Carriers W. O. . Baker', Clyds W,
Becker, Oscar J. Wilson.
Clerks Clans J. Anderson, Oscar
E. Peterson. George H. Schlotfektt.
.Supervisory Nestor L. Ander
son, Carl Heimbeck.
Since the national organisation
was launched a year and a half ago
896 councils have been perfected
with 125,000 'members. Postmas
ters are greatly benefited by sug
gestions from these councils.''
EZOHT LETS 9 AD
QIVCT TITLE .
: The Chicago-Omaha Short Line
highway will le known hereafter
as tnsj "wnite way--7 nignway.
The toad follows closely the main
line of the Rock Island line, and
was located via ' DeKalb, Dixon.
Sterling. Gait. Erie, Rock Island
and Davenport, and: on' through
Iowa to Council Bluffs and Omaha.
The route has been relocated east
of the Mississippi, and is to be ap
proximately' 825 .-miles.' long.: ,: ? v
See It iWe -To See It
: ;;::;-ti--sow ' ".
s Where ' Laughter
And Joy it Pours
SUNDAY ONE SOLID WEEK
. MOVIES IN POLITICS I
Stubenville, Ohio, Sept. 28. As
serting that the screen has entered
politics, the Rev. B. F. Lambs de
clared "Will Hays 'was employed
by the motion picture Interests for
political purposes, and not to clean
up the movies."
10c Majestic IDc
MAE MURRAY and
A Delicious Little Devil"
11 " i I -sr
st i I ' J i
Rotfk Island. III.
Attractive Friday Specials
Made Like Men's Coats
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES ,
?nSa,e J? QK
Tomorrow, at . .f4ps333
You should see these coats. They are tail
ored exactly like men's coats.
They are big and warm and snug. These
come in the plain soft fleecy, Winter weight
fabrics, including Herringbone weave. The
colors are grey. tan. brown and black.
Lovely enough for all occasions, these man
nish coats have a long life of every day ser
vice Jn them.
Ready-to-Wear Section, Second Floor.
WOMEN WILL PROFIT BY THIS SALE OF
Smart "Wooltex" Tweed Suits
Specially priced )Q 7 C
for Friday at . . . . .... ..PZ7. J D
"Wooltex" garments are noted for their high grade tailoring and alf wool fab
rics. These suits of Tweed are of-latest styles and come in blue, brown or
-- Ready-to-Wear Section, Second Floor.
REMARKABLE VALUES IN THESE
Women's Apron Dresses
Attractively priced Q Q
for Friday only, at . . V OL
These Slip-on Aprons of serviceable fercale and Gingham are neatly trimmed
with nek rack braid. Will wear and wash most satisfactorily. Assorted colors
from which to choose. Sizes : 34 to 44. j
" Ready-to-Wear Section. Second Floor.
Infant' Rubber Pants
Kllenerts' Diaper Pants of pure
gum rubber. ; Elastic at wait-t line
and knees. : Waterproof. Sixes:
small, medium and large; in either
whits or yellow. ' . " 4A
Bach ; ..OlfC
Iafaajts Section, Second Floor.-
ALL SILK CANTON CREPE
WMth about 40 inches. Lustrous, soft Canton . Crepe.
Drapes well. . Good heavy weight; heavier than crepe de
chine, possessing a pebbly texture. A smart material- for
frocks. . Combines beauty, service and economy. Colors;
black, .nary or brown. Attractively aa .
yard ........i efJaiW
Silk Section. Main Floor.
THE LAUGH OF THE PARTY
' Each scene a scream ,
Each bit a hit
Each rel a riot
LLOYD'S LAUGHS LAST!
His first 5 part feature;
all the way.'
A howl at the
SHUBERT HIGH GRADE
; Louis B. Mayer presents
Special Added features t
The i 'Straikl - Quartette
A high class singing quartette
.In popular and operatic,
'-' selections, i -' ' '.
' Latest News
The Biggest Show in the.
. Tri-Clties. .
Performances at l:43-5-7-9
Don't Forget Joy
Week . "
Starting Sunday .
I rOI Mother in
THEY DRANK DEEP OF
THE CUP OF LIFE I
Phones: Dav. 716 and 717
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Prices: Eve. 50c to $240
E , Seals Jfow Selling , E
Week of OcL 8
10c AMERICAN 10c
'The Lone Wolf Banphler"
and Joe Rock Comedy
"The Loaded Door"
WW if &M
inutjMA i intervened.
llTAf TA THEATRE
XVlALi lJ 624 9th SU
Today and Friday
- IN '
Exceptionally Fine Picture
Showing Miss Swanson at
her best. -
' Educational Comedy
Shows Start "-9 p. m.
Adults 15c. Children 10c
Let Us Replace That Broken
Before Cold Weather Conies.
Huber Paint tt Wall Paper Co.
2111 4th Ave. Tel. R. I. 4924
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Children any time ....
All the news !1 the time TS
TONIGHT IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE
CECIL B. DE MILLE'S "MANSLAUGHTER" WITH
THOMAS MEIGHAN, LEATRICE JOY, AND LOIS
A A 0 L
L7 V7 V
Love, Hate, Revenge, Mercy and Comedy Mingled
K' Into a Swiftly-Moving Picture v C
Torchy Comedy News Stein At the Organ
. Concert-Orchestra - i
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