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.THE. ARGUS, MONDAY JAXUARt" G, 1908
j TURN YOUR ATTENTION TO
YOUR EYES. YOU ARE NEG
LECTFUL OF YOUft EYES
DURING THE EXCITEMENT.
NOW COME TO US. WE"
WILL EXAMINE YOUR EYES
FREE OF CHARGE ANO TELL
YOU THE EXACT CONDITION
, THE DINER OUT.
the clubman and the man who
mingles in society generally is
the man who has a critical eye
for the niceties of dress that al
ways results in him seeking this
establishment for the exquisite
lit. finish and "style" that they
give to thosewho are fortunate
eupugh to know a tailor that can
make the man. Are you ready
for that new suit or overcoat?
We are ready for you.
E. F. DORN,
1812 Second Avenue.
Are Still At It
Making the best JAVA CAKES,
ANGEL, FOODS and other bak
ery goods out of the best mate
rials. Making them in the CLEANEST
STILL making them in the same
way that has given us the REP
. UTATION as makers of the
best BAKERY GOODS. '
Try Vir TURKISH JELLY and
MARSHMALfcOWS at 13 cents
CONFECTIONERY AND PAR
TY SUPPLY HOUSE.
1716-1718 Second avenue. Bota
phones Old 156, new 6156.
the value of a dollar
most when In urr
1 the time you want
. to see us.
We loan from $10
upwards on furni
ture, pianos, .. etc.T
without removal, at .... 1
the lowest rates,
and fairest terms
ever offered. .
MUTUAL LOAN CO.,
' (Unincorporated.) 1
Froplrw KatlonnI Bank building.
.. Ilnnm 411. Itnck IManri, 111.
Trlrphone, old Trent 122.
. ORire hour, H a. m. to A p. m.
Opro dneday and Saturday
vcnlnxa to 0 p. m.
No secret about dyer's
Hair Vigor.. Shout this
formula to our doctor.
arngm. Oiunuiani, ICUie.
Three-Eye Baseball Men Expect
Curtailment of Receipts
CUT OFF FANCY SALARIES
Take Hint From Condition of the Show
Business Holland Call3 An- .
Baseball magnates in the Three-Eye
class are giving the business situation
about as much' attention as they aretne different branches of the service.
the make-im of thfir rlnhs
rhey see- from, the. attendance that
theaters are drawing, that, there is
trouble ahead this summer unless busi-
.... . . . . ,. ... I
....i.ii- ... ., i,.,. , V. '
The show business has about gone to
the dogs. Only; the favored few are
able to maintain themselves on the
road and the number of disbandments
is the greatest recorded in many years
Managers of baseball clubs and has
ball associations, see in this a predic
tion that is unfavorable.
Attendance during the season just
past was fair in nearly all the Three-
Iiye towns, but Dubuque fell down.
Uloomington got outside the 50,000
limit only a few days before the sea
son closed. Few of the towns made
Uliut of Future.
Now, if this was the condition in
times as flush as those last summer,
what will happen even with a small
percentage of decrease in attendance?
The Three-Eye will be able to
weather it, but it is- the intention of
every manager to trim close to the
winds. He must do so. The tendency
to respect the salary limit will be
New players at fancy prices will not
be engaged by many managers. The
old men at the same salaries will ba
fortunate. All through the league the
managements are taking on new play
ers. Large numbers of them are being
given a trial.
, Cull Annual Mretlue.
President Holland has sent out the
call for the annual meeting of the
Three-Eye league in Chicago January
14 for the purpose of electing officers
and making up the circuit. In addition
the revised constitution will be adopted
and the schedule decided upon.
Munt to Own Team?.
It is reported at Springfield that
Jake Stahl, the well known backstop
who was developed at the University
of Illinois and who has been big league
property for some years, has entered
into negotiations for the purchase of
the Springfield club. Springfield paid
good dividends last year and the rea
son for selling the franchise now own
ed largely by Springfield men, is not
clear. Stahl is expected to play first
base for the New York Americans the
coming season. ,
PRESIDENT TAKES WHACK
AT ADMIRAL BR0WNS0N
(Continued from rage One.)
exploit thenv in grossly exaggerated
form in the fancied interest of an in
dividual or a clique of individuals, or
for the sake of supplyng sensational
material to some service or non-ser
vice newspaper. The officers of the
ii i i ii li x ,1 nriiilf.r rt c-nnli inii1unt
.c sun., iv
ueserve grave reuuKe. mey casi ms-
credit upon the service and their con -
f rr lu. iloonl r mtfi i ft' in or In r r . r V I
American who believes in the navv
uid anxiovs to uphold its interest and
hmmr TW h.nc l.een rniifh niio-
representation- and exaggeration, that
I desire you to make me a statement
as to the exact facts concerning which
there has been dispute. In particular
I desire you to get the opinion of Ad
miral Converse, who until last spring
was chief of the bureau of navigation,
and whose high professional standard
of conduct and duty and1 high profes
sional knowledge and attainments
render him peculiarly fit to give jud
Would . Huln Xvy,
"I would willinaly nass over the
conduct of Admiral Brownson because
of his fine service in the past, if it
were not thasit a time when a new
chier is chosen to succeed' mm 11 De
comes imperative to stamp with dis-
annroval the behavior which if fol
lowed through the navy generally
would literally, ruin the navy's effi
ciency. The question to which Ad
miral Brownson took . issue with the
department I will deal with in a sep
arate letter. . It is one as to which
there can be entirely legitimate ,dif-
ferences of opinion, although In my
judgment the considerations in favor
of the course decided upon are over-
whelming. But there Is no room for
difference of opinion as to the gross
impropriety of the admiral's conduct
in' resigning sooner than carry out the
orders of his superior officers in such
a matter. The officers of the navy
must remember that it is not merely
childish, . but in the Highest degree
reprehensible to permit either per
sonal pique, wounded vanity or fac-
Atsb'b Haxk VlBOB, HSW IMU9VID FOKMUIA. 1
Sulphur. Destroys gtrms that cause dandruff and
falling hair. Cores rashes and eruptions of sealp.
Bljromrin. Soothing, healing-. Food to the bair-bulbs.
OuiiUm. A strong tonio, antiseptic, stimulant, -Sodum
CWorld. Cleansing, quiets irritation Of scalp.
Cmnthmrtdom. Increasss activity of glands.
J. c. AyrCo..
tional feeling on behalf of some par
iicular bureau of organization to ren
der them disloyal to the interests of
the navy, and therefore of the coun
try as a whole. ,
- Qorllon Not Important.
The question whether one officer
or another shall command a ship is
of little consequence compared with
the weakening of all command" and
discipline wnich would result if the
"tuLcia nuo tu iciuse iu strive wuu-
ever their tempers are ruffled by ad
verse decisions on the part of their
superiors. Their sole concern should
be the good, of the service, and save
only lack of couage in actual war
fare, obedience and loyalty are most
essential qualities in keeping the ser
vice up to the highest standard. The
different bureaus of the department
,uusl acl ln coordination ana me ques
tiohs that arise between them must
bo settled by the authority of tne
secretary of the navy and of the pres
ident, under and in accordance with
the - Jaw enacted by congress. And
Ithe first duty of every officer, whether
of the line, of the pay department, of
the medical department or of the con
struction department, whether in oae
bureau or another, is to give imme-
iate and loyal obedience to every
lawfl'1 command superior, and of
course, above all, to the law itself.
This duty Is incumbent upon all, but
it is most incumbent upon those high-
THE BEAUTY CHORUS IN "TOYLAND" AT
est in rank, whose example may be
of far reaching effect.
LOST TO I0WANS
Y. M. C. A. Basketball Team is
Defeated byChamoion Tour
ists of Muscatine.
FINAL SCORE IS 49 TO 19
Boys from Down River Return Home,
This Being Last Contest of Trip
Two Games Tonight.
.The Rock Island Y. M. C. A. basket
ball team lost to the Muscatine cham
pion tourists Saturday evening, by a
store of 49 to 19. The game was the
last before the return home of the Mus
catine boys, who have made a long and
very successful tour of the country.
The line-up of the teams was: .
Rock Island Strate, center; Ficken
and Jahns, forwards; Robb ami Driggs,
Muscatine T,illiln-'drr renter-
I - . j '
Kautz and Fuller, forwards; Hayes and
1 , . .
Thls evening two basketball games
"us,K,el"aii 'caf"cAVl1 Uu.I)lae,,
I " 1 1 WW IS Play
"te ro,ueb anu ine .cubs will play the
This evening Dr. R. Crissman will
address the senior members of the Y
M. C. A. on a practical subject at the
association rooms. The Association
Helpers will meet in the parlors tomor
All Atlantic Records Broken.
The Lusitania and Mauretsjiia prov
ed to be the fastest ships ever con
structed when they broke all previous
records by crossing the Atlantic in
less than five davs This wnnrlerfnl
attainment is a practical triumph we
can all nnmeriate The mnst nmrMr-nt
method for, curing ailments of the
itenrach and bowels is to resort to
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. The
many thousands of persons cured by
It during the past 54 years in a posi-
ion to fully appreciate its merit and
a similar experience will be yours if you
win start at once. It cures and pre
vents poor appetite, sour risings, dys
pepsia, indigestion, costiveness, bil
iousness, female ills, general debility.
colds and malaral fever. We guaran-
tee it pure. Try it today, also ask
your druggist for a free copy of our
1908 Almanac before the supply is ex-
hausted. It is very interesting.
FROM THE ANTILLES.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Bene
fits a. City Councilman at
W. O'Reilly Fogarty, who is a mem
ber of the city council at Kingston,
Jamaica, West Indies, writes as fol
lows: "One bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy had good, effect on a
cough that was giving me trouble and
I think I should have been more quiek
ly relieved if I had continued the rem:
edy. That it was beneficial and quick
!in relipvinir me there is no doubt and
I t Is ray Intention to obtain another
s bottle." For sal by all dm;
WANT MEET HERE
Rock Island Arsenal Golf Club
Working for Western Tour
nament Next Summer,
INVITATION IS EXTENDED
Grand Rapids Likely to Be the Most
Formidable Contender Good
Words for Local Course.
J. G. Davis, writing in the Chicago
Tribune of yesterday,' regarding the
doings of the golf clubs, gave the fol
lowing news, which is of interest to
followers of the sport In the three cit
"Secretary C. K. Thompson of the
Western Golf association yesterday re
ceived a formal application for the
western amateur championship froin
Colonel Hobbs, president of the Rock
Island Arsenal Golf club.
"This is the first bid received and as
the club last season proved its ability
by handling the Trans-Mississippi
championship, it can be counted upon
as a strong contender for the honor
Chicago golfers who have played over
the course think it admirably adapted
THE ILLINOIS NEXT
for championship events, among them
being President A. R. Gates and Secre
tary Thompson of the V. G. A. and
Alan L. Reid of the Chicago Golf club
;rimil Itnititltt ii Contender.
"The strongest opposition is expect
ed from the Kent Country Club of
Grand Rapids, which unofficially has
announced its intention, of applying for
the annual tournament.. Chicagoans
who have tried this Michigan course
assert it is one of the best in the coun
"The Rock Island players intend to
leave no stone unturned, and a dele
gation of leading players, headed by
John D. Cauy. will attend tne annual
meeting at Chicago on Jan. 18. Mr
Cady will pass up the U. S. G. A. meet
ing at New York in order to be at the
western session." '
The Illinois. ''
(Sixteenth street andjlecond avcaua.)
COMING ATTRACTION .
Jnu. S Tim Mnrpliy.
Jim. 11 "Two .Merry Traiupn," mat
inee. .. . .
Jan. 12 'Tojlnnd," matinee. - -Jan.
15 "The Ilure;ual(er.,
Jan. IB "l'cKgy front rarlo," mat
Jan. 2( "Urea in City."
Jnu. SIS Joe Ilownrd nud Mabel
llarriMun in "The l linvrr of the' Kanclt."
Jan. 2rt "At Vole," ninlinee.
Jan. 31 "The Lily and the Prince."
(Eighteenth street, north . of Second
VandeTllle at S, 8 and 9:15 a. m. Tw
ouUlaeea Sundays and holidays.
The Faniily. . .
(Second avenue, east of Nineteenth
Vaudeville at 3, 8 nnil 0:15 p. m. Two
matineea Suadaya and holldaya..
is an Extravaganza. With a two
act musical extravaganza that borders
close upon opera, requiring nearly
three hours in the play:ng, a company
headed by that popular comedian, lit
tle Chip and the favorite little artiste
Mary Marble, augmented by a beauty
chorus, patrons of the Illinois theater
will get their .money's worth Monday-
evening, Jan, 20, when Joe Weber
production, "Dream City," comes to
town. "Dream Cify" is, the join
work of Victor Herbert and Edgar
Smith. .Among the song hits are
Down a . Shady Lane,, . a sextet
vFarmer's Life for Me," "Improve
ments," "A Shy Suburban Maid," 'The
Volunteer Fireman" 'and "I Don't Be
lieve I'll Ever Be a Lady."
Has Been Improved-l'Two Merry
Tramps," since, last presented, here ha
been all improved and rewritten, with
12 new musical numbers', and "with
music you can whistle. The famous
squabs, the.. McDonald.,, sisters,, have
been engaged as features to play op
posite those two fun experts. Wood
& .Ward, thp will appear at the.. Illi
nois ' theater, Saturday, Jan., ll, ;mat-
inea and night. . , r
, "Toyland Again. From', tho home
of all tOya comes the success ""Toy
land," adopted from aii old German
legend by Sam Morris.- The scenes
are. laid in the quaint city of . Nurem
berg during the. annual masked car
nival, and. revolves round, the shop of
a celebrated toymaker, one rntz
Heine, and the masked doll, which
closes the carnival. . The attraction
will bo at the - Illinois theater next
Sunday. . . ,
Will Be Musical Event. The Gana-
Bendix joint .recital to be. given at
the Moline theater Jan. 21 is under
the combined Rock Island and Moline
management and will undoubtedly be a
big musical event. Rudolph Ganz made
so great an impression at' the time
of the convention concerts last June
that all who heard him are anxious
to near him again, Besides toe en-
agement of two such strong artists
as uanz ana Benuix tne concert is
to be one of musical and social sig
nificance. The management has de
cided to allow those who have already
subscribed and who. do so during the
coming week to reserve their places
at the Moline theater, on Saturday
morning, Jan. 11, at 10. After which
the general sale, will be open. Tickets
are selling very, quickly. Tickets may
be had from Mrs. Edla Lund, Augus
tana college; Joshua Oden, Augus
tana college; Mrs. ,Fred' Leavens,
Manufacturers' hotel, Moline , and
Miss Mae Lindsay Oliver,. Chase
block, Moline. What tickets are
left faay be obtained at the Moline
theater any date up to the 24th.
0M1C OPERA FOR
ST. ANTHONY'S SOON
The- Chimes of Normandy" Will
Given at the Illinois First.
- Rehearsal Tonight '
The comic opera "The Chimes of
Normandy," will be given within the
next three weeks at the Illinois . the
ater for the benefit of St. Anthony's
hospital. The first rehearsal will be
held' at Turner hall at 7:30 this' e veil
ing. The play will be under the di-
ectkm of G. F. Knowles; who recently
put on. "La Mascotte" for the Sacred
Heart church in this city and later
staged a similar affair for the Moline
Elks with much success.'
Cliicago, Jan. G. Following are the
market quotations today:
Mar, 107, 10S, 107. 107.
July. 9j, 100, 99 Vi, 'MVh
September, 90. 9GV&, 9C, 9G,6.
May, G0, Gl, 60, Gl.
July, 59, 00. 59, G0
September, 59, GO',, SD1, GO.
Oata. . J .
May, 54, 54. 54'y2, 54. ' '
July, opened 4S, closed 48.,
. .- Pork.
January, 12.87, 13.05, 12.87. 13.05.
May, 13.40. 13.77, 13.35, 1S.G7.
January. 7.87. 8.05. 7.S7, S.05.
May, 8.07rrJ2,'S.07,' 8.27. "
January, G.95, 7.10, 7.00. 7.20.
.i, .uo, t.2i,
Receipts today: -Wheat, .25; torn,
l(jG,.;oats, 103; hogs, 57,000; cattle,
aa,000; sheep, 30,000. .
Estimated receipts Tuesday: Wheat,
51; corn, SO ;oats, 244; hogs, 30,000.
Hog -market opened weak to 10
cents lower. Hogs left over. 1.40K.
Light, $4. 151. 45; mixed and butch
ers, $i.2igf.i.a2; goou Heavy, li.zuqd
1.50; rough heavy, $i.201.30.
Cattle market' opened 1(15 cents
Sheep market .opened steady,
Omaha Hogs!" 8,000; catle, 6,500. - ,
Kansas City Jlo'gs, lS.OoO; cattle,
Hog market closrd strong to 10
cents higher. Ught, $4.20(fi)4.n:
mixed and butchers, $4.25 4 02; good
heavy, $I.254.C5; rough heavy, $4.25
Cattle market closed weak.
Sheep market closed easy.
Liverpool opening cables wheat'
higher. Corn higher.
Liverpool closing W'heat V&(?f
lower. Corn lower.
Northwestern receipts. Minneapolis
Today, 101; last week, 94; last year.
01. Duluth Today, 328; last week,
501; last year, 517.
New York Stocks,
New York, Jan. 6. Following are
the quotations on the market, today:
Gas 82. .U. P. 120, U, S. Steel
preferred 89, U. S. Steel common
26, Reading 99, Rock Island pre
ferred 30, Rock Island common 15,
So. Pac. 73. N. Y. Cent. 9S, Mo.
Pac. 43, L. & N. 94. Smelters
73, C. F. I. 20. C Pac. 158, 111. Cent.
126, Penna. 111, Erie 17, C. '& O.
30, B. R. T. 40. D. & .O. S3,
Mch, 70, Locomotive, 37, Sugar,
106, St. P.. 107. Copper, 49, Re
public Steel preferred 68, Republic
Steel common 16, So. Ry. 13.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock Feed and Fuel..
Rock Island; Jan. 6. Following are
the wholesale quotations on the market
Provisions and Produce. .
Eggs Fresh, Z3c.
IJvo Poultry ' Sprinfr chickens, 8c
per pound; hens, per pound. 7c; ducks.
per pound, 7c to 8c; turkeys per pound
S. A. LEWINSOHN, Owner and Manager.
The People's Favorite Place of Amusement.
This Week the Talented Actress,
Late leading lady with Charles Frohman in his pro
duction, the "Charityi Ball," presenting the
"Cattle Queen" by William M. Cressy. ,
TH ORIGINAL DACOMAS In their great acrobatic feats, as pre
sented at -the Paris Hippodrome.
ELLSWORTH German Musical Comedian. .
MERRITT Black face monologuist.
MISS MAMIE MITCHELL Talsnted contralto baritone in illustrated
. LATEST MOTION PICTURES. '
PRICES THE SAME, 10 and 20c
Matinee, any scat, 10c.
Each lady attending the souvenir matinee tomorrow at 3 p. m., will
be presented with a beautiful souvenir worth from 25 to, 50 cents, in
addition to which the lucky lady in the usual drawing wilt be pre
sented with a -beautiful imported 56 piece dinner set.
MAY PLAY SEVEN
College Conference. AtWetic Associa
tion Acts for the Big West
Chicago, Jan.tf. Only tentative pro
gress toward solving the athletic situ
ation in the middle western colleges
was made at Saturday's session of the
College Confcrenca Athletic associa
tion. The proposition to allow seven
games of football instead of five each
season passed, but byo close a vote
that further action ou it will lie neces
sary by the various faculties of the
nine institutions involved.
The- status of the University of
Michigan was not determined definite
ly. Another action of importance was
the classifying of sports so that cer
tain rules will not apply to contestants
in golf, tennis and similar games. The
increased football schedule received
the approval of Michigan Northwest
era, Michigan, Iowa and Indiana, while
the Universities of -Chicago. Illinois
Wisconsin and Purdue opposed it.
12c to 13c; geese per pound 7c to Sc.
P.uttcr Dairy,. 23c to 24c.
Vegetables Potatoes, 50c; onions,
55c to 60c. '
Hogs $1.00 to $1.10.
Sheep Yearlings or over, $4.00 to
$5.00; lambs, $1.50 to $6.75. , .
Cattle Steers $3.50 to $5.00; cows
and heifers $2.00 to $4.00; calves, $1.00
Feed and Fuel. j
Grain Corn, 51c to 54c; oats, 15c.
Forage Timothy hay, $11 to $13;
prairie, $9.00 to $11.00; clover, $10.00
to $11.00; Uaw.$600,
Wood Hard, per load, $5.00 to $5.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14c; slack,
per bushel, 7c to Sc.
THE, REAL CAUSE. ,
The Ancient' Scalp-Fever Theory Ex-
At one time dandinift-was attributed
to th- result of a 'feverish condition of
the scalp, which threw, off the dried
cuticle in scales. ''- "
Professor Unua, Hamburg, Germany,
noted authority on skin diseases, ex
plodes this theory and says'that dan
druff is a germ .disease.
This germ is really responsible for
the dandruff and for so many bald
heads. It can be cured if it is gone
about in the right way. The right way.
of course, and the only way, is to kill
the germ. '
Newbro's Herpicide does this, and
permits the hair to grow luxuriantly,
just as nature intended it should.
Sold by leading druggists. Semi 10c
in stamps for sample to the Herpidde
Co., Detroit, Mich. Sold iu two sizes,
50 cents and $1. T. H. Thomas., spe
cial agent. '
Advertised Letter List.
For week, ending Jan. 4, 1908:
E. C. Batten, Mrs. Frank Baker,
Mrs. Pearl Boyd. William C. Bowman,
Eddie Currin, Miss B. H. Dougherty;
Mrs. Guy Ed-wards, Leo Guffin, Mattie
Gwin, J. H. Green well, Mrs. Clara
Johnson, H. C. Johnstone, Myrtle Kel
ley, Albert Lesser, Mrs. Maggie Mc-
Kenna, Mrs. Ira McDonald. Frank
Mettes, Dr, E. Millard John Murflow,
II. -Norton, Doc Noyse, Gustav Po
fulien, Oliver Stenee, A. Reynolds,
John Regan, Mrs. Mattie Reed. G. W.
Rlche, J. H. Smith & Sons, Mrs. Ida
Simond. Paul Stanley, Bert Swan,
Henry Huburze, Bert Ward, Sam
Webbre, Grace M. Waude, Hobart
Wickwird. W. L. WUson.
Foreign Potor " Tonlscn, Jncob
HUGH A. J. M'DONALD, P. M
CHILD SMOTHERED TO DEATH
Drury Couple Find Infant Dead in Bed
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. Zozad, living near Foster, in Drury
township, was smothered to' death in
bed Friday night and the fact was not
discovered by the parents till morning.
The little one had been in good health
and. death by. smothei ing .is the only
theory advanced. T'.ie funeral was
held yesterday morning.
De Witt's Carbolized Witch ' Haze!
salve is especially recommended for
piles. Sold by all druggists.
KEEPING DOWN THE
COST OF LIVING-
With t!ie cost of living ?, per cont
higher than for years and the average
wage increased only 10 per cent, tin?
struggle of life for many families is
How to save doctor's bills is one of
the most important considerations
with the Average family, .and the suc
cess of Mrs. V. Ori'cn.t1 of Lawrence, '
Mass., iu this direct ion,- is told here
for the benefit it will 'do H hers. Mrs.
Orienx says: "My oldest daughter
was subject to fonsilitis -sore throat
from infancy and each winter. has Imh-ii
under a physician's care. ,1 am pleased
to say that the use of Father John's
Medicine has helped her audmy oilier '.
little girl so much that it has iiot been;
necessary to call a doctor this 'winter, .
the first tinun. in six years iltftjife. we"
have not had to pay doctor's" Ijil Is.",
As we have said before." this old rem
edy nourishes and builds up the body
giving the system vital force and fight
ing power to ward on disease. ' It cures
colds?, coughs:, throat and.. lung trou- -blcs.
and is the best remedy ever pre
scribed for consumption. Prevents
inieiiimiiiiu. iiy hei-jnug una nn-iui im; ..
always on hand, vou will save doctor's
bills, too. Rememlier, not a patent
medicine, but the . prescription of the
eminent socialist who prescribed it
for the late Father John O'Brien of
Lowell, Mass., by whom it was recom
mended, and from whom it derived
its name. -Its ingredients, are . pure .
and wholesome, free from nervp-dead-eniug,
poisonous drugs or weakening
stimulants. It is invaluable as tonic
and body builder.
Father John's Medicine is for sale
by T. H. Thomas.
Roll a way,
Davenport, every night this
week. Admission 1 0 cents.
Skates and wardrobe 25c.