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THE ARGUS; FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1907.
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. . COMING ATTRACTIONS.
Nov. O A 11a a Dooir,' In "Romance In
Ireland," matinee and night.
Nor. 10 "Brewater'a Million," mati
Nov. 12 Myrtle Rvlju, pianist.
Nov. 14. "East Lynne."
Nov. 17 "The Flower of the Ranch,"
- Jiov. IS "Cay New York."
Nov. 22 "Uncle Tom'i Cabin," mall-
No v. 23 Florence Gear, In "Cupid at
Nov. 21 "Hunter Drown," matinee.
Nov. 25 C'brlMtlan Science lecture..
Nov. 3U ''ralntlng the Town.".
(Eighteenth street, north of Second
Vaudeville at 3, K mill 9tl5 p. m.' Two
mntlneea Sundaya nnd hullilnym. '
(Second avenue, east of Nineteenth
Vaudeville at 3, K and 0:15 p.. m. Two
inatineea Sunday nnd holiday.
made up of pretty and graceful young
ladies, while the leading parts are In
able hands. The company is one -of
unusual strength, Miss Mary Quive.
who plays the part of Miss Nighten
gale, has a wonderful voice, and. her
solos won great applause. Miss Leila
Smith, as Miss Jenny ren, won tho
audience by her vivacious manner aii'l
Miss Constance Farmer, as Miss Tur
lie uove, sang tne leature . songs or
the piece in a charming manner.- Mis
Hazel Cox, in the part of-Prince
Eagle, played, the character sweetlv.
The leading comedians, G". V. Leslie,,
as Jail Bird, made a big hit as dil
Dwight Allen as Genffral Rooster. But
to do credit to all of the clever; mem
bers of the company would be to give
the entire cast v of the production'.
While all the songs were well received
and j-epeatedly encored, Mr.'. Leslie'
Woodland Best Yet. The large and
appreciative audience which " at the
Illinois theater last evening witnesseJ
the Savage production of Woodland
indicates1 the reward which the man
agemer.t reaps when a really first clas
attraction is offered to Rock Islam
theatergoers. The performance is th
best which has been offered at th
Illinois' so far this season, and prove
it is possible even better than expect
ed. The piece is most elaborately cos
turned and the scenic eftects are
elaborate and beautiful. The who
IH-rformanee is clean and bright art!
has nothing even suggestive of th
disposition too often shown in these
days to descend to low rot to catch
the gallery to the sacrifice of the ele
ment9 of decency. The chorus
Organized for the special bene
fit of the Mill Hand, the Me
chanic, the Laboring Man, etc.
We loan money in sums from
$10 up on Furniture, Piano, Fix
ture, Machinery, Live Stock Ve
hicles and others chattels with
You will aave money by borrow
ing from um. Mull or phone.
Application receive prompt at
tention. Home Lpan
ell Smith and Byron Ongley, first pre
sented by" Frederic Thompson in New
York as an experiment. It made such
a tremendous success that k remained
in the metropolis for an entire season.
and. is now being presented simulta
neously in. New York, Chicago and
London. At -the Illinois Sunday, mat
inee and night.
Ranks With Stronger Sex. Stars lu
the pianistic firmament have a way of
shining with a peculiar brilliancy if
the one in question be a man, when it
is a woman, in nine cases out of 13
there is doubt as to equal brightness.
The contrast is marked. Women pla
the piano with more refinement, but
less authority as a rule, and this Is
true of even so great an artiste as
Fannie Bloomfield-Zeisler. But now
young Myrtle Elvyn arrives from Eu
rope, makes her debut with the Chi
cago orchestra and one and all pro
nounce that she has the fire and im
petuosity of a man and equal author
it y. She is young, beautiful, full of
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ALLEN DOON'H AT TllE II.HNOIS TOMORROW IN "A ftp- :
MAXCE IN IRELAND." . .: ' ' -i
"William Wilson." Mr. Allen's '"You
Never Can Tell." the '"Fate of the Lit
tle Dove," and "Time is Flying" were
the song hits of the evening. .
Well Balanced Bill. Rock Islan l
theatergoers who like a variety in
their entertainment can find just what
they are looking for at JJ.e now Fami'.v
tneater the n!y;a9ai '
Saturday's AttractiorV-rThe attraction
for tomorrow, matino"e';"Jind nijlit,. at
uie uaniiis ls-oue o( iuore.uian orqin
ary merit andiconsUJerJiMe jnagnltude
sensatiou-.SnlKntgln the third visit, : of -'the popular
Moline theater building,
phone E. 888..
A Storage for Carriages,
Wagons and Auto
mobiles. We wish to announ that we
have enlarged our repair and
paint shop, and "we now have'
room to storJWei2o'8 Lart-lageS,
wagons and automobiles this win
ter at a low cost. We also wish
to state that we can give you i
the finest class opaTntln'g "in
this line at the lowest prices. :
' We also paint houses, sighs,
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NAYLON & FONES
Old phone east 399-L. Shop
foot of Forty-fourth street, Rock
dancin;-are awnns the- things offe-re 1.
Thapt hat is" drawing the;moL?t at
tention is that' put o:i by Mr; and Mr-.;
Hoffman,'' the. greatest ..date "devils in
vaudeville. Both parties are cyclisLs
of rare ability-and that they well de
serve the name dare "tTeSfls shown
in their feature ride" of "tire "Razzl3
Dazzle." This stunt furnishes' enough
sensation- for, most any bill in va'ud;
ville. The three.. Perrys in thenovelfv
wire acl0J31rvStW'niore-J senaiio-i.
This act for 'sx-n years' was witlti-ite Maiiager GeorgelW;
life and animation and has' a technique
positively ponaerpus, aiJ: necessary
points in the equipment" of the Vpon
cert player. Miss Elvyn will be.a the
Illinois next Tucfedav iitvJw reeuaii t.
y drift g Irish comelian7 -Allen Doone, in
his new cenic comedj-drama, "A Ro-
mance'in Ireland," in which, he is said
to have achieved a great success, in a
Iiart which . is particularly suited to
his peculiar talents and striking per
sonality. The play is described 'as a
clean, tersely told story of love and
adventure on the:. "ould sod" 'in the
17Ui . century, in four acts and eight
elaborate stage settings. The costum
ing , is said to be especially fine,' and
Kenny promises' a
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febui!ding of overcoats the correct and fashionable colorings
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Reefer styles (two lengths) and the heavier school overcoats.
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Sweater Goats- Liadies, Misses,, Boys and Children
Ladies' and Misses Sweater. Coats.
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Ladies and misses' sweater coatS'-V.neck or eton
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Ladies' Jackets, $3.50, $4 and $4.50
Misses' Jackets, $2 and $2.50 .
Boys and Children's Sweater Coats
Boys' Sweater CoatS"V neck or with collar, brass
buttons, with pr without pockets. Colors are
brown, tan and 1 oxford with blue and maroon
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"Pastime" and "Peter Pan" blouses for juveniles.
' Attractive styles and handsome color combinations.
All wool fabrics at a popular price $1.
maining true to him when he is "down
and out,'and at last he realizes that
he. has been neglecting a pearl of great
price and "freezes onto" it.' "The Girl
Question" is strictly a comedy with
music, the dramatic interest boins
strong enough to stand by itself. But
wnen a song is Introduced.-as is often
the case. It comes as a thine of iov:
for Joseph Howard, the composer, has
put forth his best efforts to ador?i this
piece. "Be Sweet to Me" and "Waltz
Me Until I Am Dreamy" are two of
the daintiest bits of song-writing that
can be found in popular music.
Elite Bill Is Good. The bill for the
second half of this week at the Elite
was given an enthusiastic recention
at its first appearance yesterday ami
provett to the hundreds of patrons that
it Is fully equal in merit to the acts
given previous. The bill presents a
number of delightful features with
variety and plenty of fun. The Hen
derson, school boys and girls remaiu
the feature act and although this acc
has-, appeared matinee and night fovr
days the demonstration at the la-.t
show last night " was even more enthusiastic-
than at any performance
previous. The house does not limit
the demonstration to the i'haud chip
in! order that it-may express apprecia
tion for the efforts of thie youngster's
but rousing cheers and anything to
make noise is brought into play and
the company is compelled to respond
time and again. The Havilans in a
novelty wire aot - present something
tliat calls for admiration from thosi
who delight in feats requiring nerve,
skill and strength, acquired only after
the most patient practice. This team
offers entertainment in the wav of
slack wire walking that is of the high
est order. Delmaine and Darrell in a
f, BL'fiSlins' T3ras''eimi3. .'.'rheVact is piit supporting
j-oaftMir .people.-a JaJlV two g.in i s
men and a jittle boy! Or.fe'of'thi
;ffcaiurw-stimts; irttt w 'hy thwnr is the
cakewslk on a "tight wire. , Miss Ade1-
jine. Francis, tic : Englislj.;nightengale
'furnishes 'tnohlgh -class singing' lot
the bill. " She has- appeared .in rth';
largest ninsic !;uaes in London. She
is $inging "Never. Introluce Your
Bloke to Your Lady Friand.' - Mr?.
Casey Is singing "Som? Qhe Thinks of
Some One" fcr , the illustrated' son.;
the rest of the week. , " Theoptiscope U
showing the rotcd picture -""Cindor-ella,"
or , "The Lost Slippsr." . :
company of unusual
stungth. A pleasing feature will be
the rendering by Mr; Iloone of a num
ber qf new and catchy songs. .
Is Big Success. Nowhere sand at no
timo has any greater .,' success been
achieved than has .beer ' accorded
"Brewster's Mi!Iipos.'v-Itriis a 'dracia-
, Interest Never Lags. -Will Hough
and, Frank Adams, (he librettists.' have
given -"The Girl Question," which will
be at the Illinois soon." a story whose
intere st never Jags. The locale is a
La Salle street restaurant, frequented
by a coerte of interesting characters,
ranging from millionaires' to ."chorus
girls.... "With the head waiter for hero
and a waitress for a heroine, there 13
plenty -cf opportunity for both mirth
and sentiment. Mr.. Head Waiter is
an adept in slang, and converses only
in the vernacular: .He is infatuated
wfth. the pretty cashier, and is blind
both to her indifference and the.love
Jlzation.of George Barr McCutche:i'3 which hisff prize waitress has for him
Jljamous book of, that name by WinchThe latter proves her devotion by re- '
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