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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1911.
THE MOST FilONEY
Easily Leads All Other Cities in
Prizes in the Bowling
NO CHANGES AT FINISH
Closing Scores in Single and Two
Men Events Are Not Up to
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 7. final shots
"were rolled in the 11th annual tourna
ment of the American Bowling con
gress last night at the Coliseum, when
a few local player tried to repeat the i
"Haley" performance of last year butj
Several splendid attempts were
made to overhaul the leaders in both
the doubles and singles, Glenn Rlddell
and Fred Pump of New York shooting
1.205 for a tie at twelfth place in the
two men event, while Sheldon Caron a
Ijouisville player started off with a ;
parnd lead In the singles, only to come j
back badly in his last game, winding i
up with 42 for sixth position. !
Illf AGO COT MOST. j
Chicago landed the individual event j
through the efforts of young Jimmy
Blculn, who shot 681 a week ago, and
had bis record stand some of the sev-
j i .w . i
u , ?.U ? Iel ?nOX of
IXii 4?1Dn I a
fimirifb Rlrlkp Wlrvn In has KAon rnl line
for vear hm the t ri,.nrr t
hk firRt o it, t,rr,amnt
Two men honors are divided by the
Ktatea r.f PrinKvl van la sinH nhin I m,i
Seiler of Washington. O.. dropping
1.246 early in the meet and never be
ing threatened seriously in spite of
their mark being a comparative low
Chicago never made a greater clean-!
, rr v. ' - .v
up in the history of the game, the to
tal cash winnings exclusive of some
money in the all events, being $S.394,
with sixty-five clubs entered. The town
won over half of the team money with
14. ihhj, wnne tne doubles netted cm
cago $2,200, and the singles $2,100.
ciri7r ATI SF.COVD.
The winning by cities shows Chi
cago leading heavily, with Cincinnati
CATCH COLD YF-STKKDAV?
Take Father John's Medicine
When you feel a cold coming on ,
juim o .'ihm.hih at ouce, .
oecause n cures coias in tne natural
IF THE COLD IIA.NCiS OX
r I. T4 I S 1 ' - m i J
""- . . .e,unne
Long standing colds lead to ser-.
ious throat and lung troubles, bron
chitis, asthma and catarrh. Father
gives prompt and
IF VOl' IIAVK A (X)IGH
Take Father John's Medicine
Coughs and throat and lung trou- ,
bles are always dangerous and you:
should remember that the soothing '
healing elements of
which Father !
John's Medicine is composed
the irritation at once
TO I'KKVKXT I'NEl'MOXIA Jaw and in two more rounds Mc-
Take Fatlier John's Medicine Farland would have knocked the
! New York boxer out. Keyes rallied
Neglected colds often lead to at tlmes an(1 sent rJgnt ani eft
pneumonia and it is important to!gwingg at tne head an(j stomach of
take Father John s Medicine at once, j the Chicago boxer, but the latter
thus relieving the cold and warding LVaded these swines bv steoninir back
off the danger of pneumonia.
if vor ARB. nrx iowx
Take Father John's Medicine
If you need a tonic you can find ; President Justice of C. A. Asks Man
no better food medicine and body agers Xot to Book Contests,
builder than Father John's Medicine Keokuk. Iowa. Feb. 7. President
oecause it is maae or pure ana wnoie -
some nounsnmeni wnicn ouuas up;club ln tne Central association yes-;
rha crot Am onn mna npan
FATHKK JOHN'S MEDICTXF
Contains No Alcohol
Father John's Medicine Is a safe
medicine for all the family to takejduring the first trip around the clr -
because it does not contain alcohol j cult. The spring training season for
or dangerous drugs in any form. Get j clubs of this league will open on
a bottle today.
6 Months in Chicago at the Princess and Garrick Theatres
EDOffiflPS Orchestra S1.50 and 51.00. Secure
IT'MCUHllw? Balcony SI, 75c, 50c; Gallery, 25c. Seals now
Just nosing St. Louis out of second
! place, the totals being $1,129 and $1.-
122. Indianapolis showed well with
$1,097. Louisville had $766: Washing
ton. D. C. shot $670; Columbus. $622;
Buffalo. $405; Detroit. $300; Cleveland.
$308; Milwaukee, $439; St. Paul. $399;
Omaha. $3 S3, and Kansas City. $320.
The all events list will swell these
amounts a trifle all around.
The leaders in the different classes
Place. - Score.
1 J. Blouin, Chicago . . 681
2 M. Knox, Indian-
3 O. Lang, Watertown,
4 C. Schneider, Jr.,
5 F. Thoma, Jr., Chi
1 W. Hartley L. Seiler,
East Liverpool 1246
2 M. Erickson-E. Mag
nuson, Chicago 1229
3 H. Lefflngwell -B.Wallace,
4 J. Smith-E. Gebhard.
6 11. Buckett-W. Cro
combe, Chicago 1223
1 Jimmy Smith. Buffa
2 Harry Muggley, Van
3 C. H. Wood. Chicagol809
4 Ted N'eale, Omaha.. 1864
5 H .Lefflngwell. Chi
Monmouth Minister Say U.e Ci-me
, Monmouth. III.. Feb. 7 The argu -
nent that Sunday baseball in Mon-
mouth wou,d be Jrious from a
""" au,alu s I
Dr. W. R. King of the First Presby
terian church in a sermon Sunday
night. Dr. King did not discuss the i
religious phase of the question, but.
declared that Monmouth's preemi- j
n,enCe, as a ctn- church and educa-
tional center would be injured
through the introduction of the Sun-J
day sport. Monmouth was the only;
team in the Central association last
year which did not play Sunday ball,
e directors have decided to try
Sunday exhibit ons. Heretofore the L . ' . , ' " '
, . . . . . . , . a game played last evening at the lo
ch urch element has been strongly be-. , . . . . ,
,, . B ' leal armorj, the score being 34 to 21.
hind the sport here. "ru h,K v,i .,;!
BACK IN WRESTLING GAME
Kank fiotch Ketums and
non orK or ..man.
&ioux tJty. lowa. t et. t . v rana j
Gotch returned to the mat here last
,lif,ht jn a finish match for the first
J TISZ h Kara Oan 'h 2.
In a bout th Kara Ozman he made
hlm" twTce in 25 minuted'
!p1aved n,B ol(j Ume skl1 nnd a,ert.
naa ,nrtirntort kv mnvt
monr thflt hn has n fit frtrvrtttan t h o '
slthoneh he is sliehtlv nvor-!
MvrAni iin nroTP irvrf!flnal decision in relation to the Wa -
IVI fHnLHIU DCOId rxL. I to
iu i w. h 11
IVattle in llttsDurg K.nR.
Pittsburg, Feb. 7. Packey
C tiif-jiirrk I .icrhru'p.lcrrif Vi nc Siv.Kminn 1
r ar,BUU ul l l"lllu ui Drl'
! Keyes of New York in a six-round
! night. McFarland wore Keyes down
iwith body blows and hooks to the
or by neatly blocking the blows.
N0 EARLY LEAGUE GAMES
M E justice in a letter sent to every i
terday strongly urges that managers,
jdo not book exhibition games with ;
! teams within the circuit, pointing out I
jthat such ante-season games have a!
tendency to affect the attendance
William A. Brady, Ltd., Announces
The Cyclonic Comedy
of the Century
By Margaret Mayo
Produced by rVf Its
Original Com- IVI (ThJbf 2d Year in
President Tearney of Three
Eye League Goes South
for a Week's Hunt.
LETS BUSINESS SLIDE
Invitation from Comiskey Probable
Cause for Joy When He Escaped
Jail for Contempt-
1 Our prexy, Mr. Tearney, apparently
is sot permitting the affairs of the
Three-Bye league to weigh too heavily
upon him. At any rate he has no no-
i tion of sticking with the fight till the
strain impairs his health. Last night.
i in company with C. A. Comiskey and
$425 j other baseball lights of the Windy city,
! he started for Memphis, where the par
325 jty will sail on the good ship. White
j Sox. for a cruise up White river in
250 Missouri. This is about the season
j when the wild ducks that winter along
20 j the sea coast invade the marshes of
: Arkansas and Missouri on their way
160 j north.
I Meantime the Three-Eye will be com-
t pelled to struggle along as best it may.
j50Mr. Tearney's exuberance at the time
j Judge Gridley gave his ruling on the
120 1 Waterloo injunction last Friday is now
100 ' evidently explained: A term behind
85 j the bars would have interfered with
j the present trip.
70 j PASSES t"P V AI DFAILLE.
Mr. Tearnev yesterdav acknowl-!
edged the receipt of an offer of 1500
' or three nights in vaudeville on the
j rtage of a Waterloo Theatre, which
I sum. It was stated, would be raised to
i"50 H Dick
Kinsella were brought
y said he would allow
j along. Tearney
; the offer to go by default
COMPANY A'S TEAM
' DEFEATS dlOLINERS
High School f;rS Down Itefore Sol
diers by Count of 34 to 24
Voss Brothers Star.
i romnnnv . -c h,clK,
, ff4il1 th ' Mr ;," ... tam .;
1 uc ajf,u ov ii'jKft ltJ o, vwIIr a (ipAI rll l"
; could not throw baskets like the com
pany men. Andy and Will Voss star
Makejrcd for the soidiers and Parkhurst and
Radcliffe played the best game for the
Moliners. The Company A lineup
was. A. Voss and W. Voss. forwards;
center: Simpson and Hal!.
T' , The Mne"P: Parkhurfit
and WaiUer forwards; Nyline. center,
!&"d Bungston and Rliffe. guards.
BOOKING BIG LEAGUERS
""""rr "",rr V"icy nwwns
as Though Sure of Berth.
Quincy, 111.. Feb. 7. Pending
lerloo controversy and the entrance
of Quincy into the Three-Eye, Man-
; ager orer nas nooKea tentatively,
ja number of exhibition games and
Mc-thas also arranged for a number of
. . . . . . .. ... .
ueais ror piayers, to Decome enecttve
when it became . positively known
whether or not Quincy was officially
declared a rrancnise noider in tne
Three-Eye. He nas booked Cleve
land for March 30 and 31, opening
IS YOUR SKIN ON FIRE.
Does it seem to you that you can't
stand another minute of that awful
That it must be cooled?
That you must have relief?
Get a mixture of Oil of Winter
green. Thymol, and other soothing
ingrediants as compounded only in
D. D. D. prescription.
The very first drops stop that aw-
ful burning instantly!
The first drops soothe and h
D. D. D. gives you comfort clean-
ses the skin of all impurities and
washes away pimples and blotches
Take our word on It as your local
1 druggist. j
Get a $1.00 of a 25 cent bottle to -
Harper House Pharmacy.
the exhibition season and on April 4,
the Chicago White Sox are due. The
Detroit Tigers are booked for April
8; Hannibal on April 15, 16 and 17,
and Ottnmwa on April 22 and 23.
Quincy will play at Hannibal on the
same dates given Hannibal at Quin
cy, each squad being divided into
two teams. A deal between Quincy
and Hannibal is up for consideration
by which each club will profit. Catch
er Clark, drafted by Toledo from
Quincy, Is to be returned. Manager
Hofer has lines out for strong men
and expects to keep Bade Myers, last
year's playing manager, In charge of
this year's team.
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
SHOWS MORE CLASS
Coaches Are Not Discouraged Over
Decisive Defeat Handed Out by
Aggregation from Muscatine.
Despite the decisive defeat of last
Friday night at the hands of Musca-J
tine, the coaches of Rock Island high
school basketball team are convinced!
that the boys are rounding into form,
and that they will play a good game at
Ynmul V1la.v Tiieht. RrnrlTnents at
a change in lineup are being triea anu
it is quite probable that there will be
some shifts before Friday. Wilcher's
ankle has recovered so it will be possi
ble for him to get into the game. Just
where the captain will be U6ed Is not j
certain as last night he practiced at
both forward and guard. In case he is
used at forward it is probable thati
Barker will be shifted to the left guard!
inn A chance at renter is a iso
probable as Grove was used at that
position part of last evening's prao-:
Manager Taylor has received a tele -
g.ram from principal Ehrman of Deca-
tur hjgh gchoo, who js IireBldenr of (he
Illinois High School Athletic associa-
1 v,o the n-oetfn noiimin.
! .' . . ' .
i .,i i ,ont, .,niii,-.:an(
ufl,ul. iuiuvm. .iv v v ' ' "
nnancial arrangements ce
an ne oc - nei -
ed as the local school dos not desire ,
ito have to pay out of its own treasury
about half the expenses of the visiting ;
teams ss it seems would probably
A FAST OUTFIELD
Finney, Ohland and Veien,-tein
IKt tianlen Work .May (Jet
Outfielder Finnev of Ottumwa
who comes to Davenport in exchange
for Fred Johnston, the voting in -
.u t . r.u. ,i Mo..
i O'Le. was especially anxious to wire trio did some crcat t!. n on ,ho
j SPCUre him. Dan believes he will wire for which they were very Iiberal-
hu better wlth i,avgnport than heilv nppi.iurle.l. Their rcrk is nearly
itnmwa for several yearsand plays
in right field. The dope is now for:
rinney. un.ai.u nu
'the outfield, as it is understood that -Monday Afternoon," in which tn;pion, made n broad Jump on tne k
a both Nadeau and Holycross will be;f,rc; iav of the new show furnishes here yesterday of 2.S feet 2 indie.
More speed in the gardens
is deemed essential for the Pretzels
: In both Finney and YVeisenstein fast
fielders and oase runners are to join
! Davenport and with Ohland will in -
ject more hustle in the team than
it knew a6t ye3r.
Weisenstein was in baseball for his
j first year with Fall River in l910.and the Majestiscopp revealed two pie -
and the youngster, wno is nut
years oi age is rirciru iu uu
t. 4J 4 JA ml.,.U
Defter witn uavenpori. i ne cmii.v
climate In New England hampere
Weisenstein and he was pleased
hear of the deal by which he com
... rt uia Vi,-imo ie T (in ievi 1 1 l V
number of propositions for trades!
or purchases have been discussed i
with Bloomington and it is possible
that Pitcher Royer may be secured,
There are 2" members of the Ger -
man company that is to appear at the pletely and presents us to a real Aim.
Illinois theatre Thursday evening, j Mary." whose flashes of wit brings
While the plays are of course given injroars of laughter, and her quaint sad
the German language it is not abso-'ness, our tears. Her love for her
lately necessary to understand Ger- 'ner-fw stands out so distinctive that
'man in order to get at the gist of the
performance. The costumes of the
piayerB amj the accessories used dur -
lne tne courfl 0f the play give a good
idea of the manner and wavs of the
rugged mountaineers from the Bavar-, without one selfish motive. "Aunt . tion for indigestion ever written,
ian mountains The chorus, which Mary" has lived most of her life in a n relieves after dinner distress,
comprises 12 of the company's mern-! country village with a maid. .lack, i belching of gas, foul breath, heart -hers,
renders songs in the course of her nephew, la left to her as a herb: burn and all htomach misery in Jive
i the plays as well as during the inter-,
missions between acts. Miss Tony
iAng. who plays the leading female!
parts is, by the way, a daughter of An- j
ton Lang, Oberammergau passion play .
STARS OF "BABY MINE.
The rapid rise of Consuelo Bailey
and George Probert has caused the
watchers to look into the past doings
! of these very talented players who arc
engaged in causing much laughter by' c0mp(-titiT:i is too k-.-n ..n't life i im
their artistic nerform&nooa in M9r79r.lntreniio.js for an mit.l'. n k'-cp "n
. m ..ri... ..'
i Majos larce wujr Mint, nica
Us to he seen at the Illinois theatre
' -""e. ui.un liic ; Hrf, a ,.riri. ,nw n.fcr. It rnav h your
careful training of T. Daniel Frawley, ; i ;m- rut. Ktt-r -t.-.j. .lrir.ksnx i
ithe famous manager of stock com.;----;-':-- !Z
,ies, that Miss Bailey got much of her .,r (.rrir.e thw;f.iry : men have
training. Entering the company forlr""'n rrsu.re.t to !iv nf s..f,rt'tv
, . . . , inductrv. r,c" tn' l.ave bvo.-n- 'v..rt
: ingenue roles, berore the end of ner'n,, t- t .f'r -mpifivr. ar.d i. of
stay with Mr. Frawlej-'a company ;!t they've rnci in.ir l..vd on-s i.t.-
Miss Bailey was playing the leading ,
rcles in a companv that was typical
cf the Frawley organtrttion, that have
been synonymous with quality. Going
eastward. Miss Bailey was eniraged Ly '
Charles Frohman for the principal role '
in Auetin Strong's "The Tcymaker of!
Nuremberg." in which cast W. J. Fer
guson, the noted character comedian, '
played the title role. Later she was 1
transferred to Maude Adams con-;
panv, ana Wlta iiainuae Ui.ire.iy, r.-J- ,
win Holt, E. W Morrison and many 1 wuin?t.,n. ij. . or.-.. :s rromr .end-j
.otner surllng players, appeared fnHir.er UoUii: Urm.7. t
p-umw'i t .gin "wmmwa (inmiii ui 1191 m m , mm-vm j rwm i ii m am inn mi i 1 11 mi f
MiUm- n ; Wr&fVSP' few I I
! tel G. HEILEMAN BREWING CO. I Wl iWi-li ;?m !
1 as " r 1 - .
5 rr?:-i.i 01111
M. ZIFFRIN, Local
"The Jesters." which was a part of
. 1 fjT n -(1 r c- r t t hi i rtira fiiiii-i I lit' iiauic
; 1 " 1 " 1
"las BufTons." Miss Pa.l'y was seen
!as Soh'.nse, the Ri.l to whom Miss Ad-
iams, garlifd as a boy, made love. Miss
!- 1 1 JvU In Vrf f
1 'e.v " a Vrnm
j Cardell s short lived 'The Gay L
.and later joined Clara Lipman s c
l)8,1v to T'la'
the daughter in " ! he
Marri.ice of a Star
ctar" The career "f
fr- nrr.w.-T-t hn h,. en iiiKt as meteoric.
r was in" me won. me r.i.u-.. -
, . . , . ' . wr
Pr .nort fir?t attraetpn tne a'lemn'.i m
; me-r-.M,..,. .... .
t . . himcu r
His rrost conspicuous smrtM n-iu.," nuu i."i. ttl,.IFt
. ... 1 . ' Mao f -i - I., rtf i fi ttm
. Ai.iin' nrrcpntation of
"The Awakening of Helena Ricl.ic" , she Mies to New orw to a-cn cr,
William Uil'ettf was anxious to iiavo that .lack Is having a good time, and;
Mr Prnhfi-t thi; season, but tl'.e caliche is mnrie most welcome for several i
received from "Pa by Mi Me"
h'ni to riot jrfo to stay vith the William
A. Brady force.
AT THE MAJESTIC.
Although th Hawle and Alcotte
ccmpativ is l)t!ie(l as nen-iiiiifis ui m'-
Frst half of
Maiestic theatre for the
' the ve.k, there i -, pome doubt about
'their beinc the most popular act o )
: ti-. tm rnr :t.r. t.-.!iir'te ljinole tihf
:nC1,. a t a nov. I m e Tl e liawlcy and
lotie com rim" have a special stage
in'cpttinr and put on a sketch called
; nv,,.i, f, n i,ehind the scenes. There is
Feme pathos pnd not n little humor in
ihp uit rbale and Cole do well in
sinsing and dancing htwnts and i.rae-,
: i)c:v!f.r Hoopes wenrs some s'nrtlin,
' K,,:VH r a 6:niin a t w bu-h she puts
. n tr. rasev's new Rons', "Has Any-
,. l-;,, to Snare."' scored a hit
-"!,,, .-rr.iint To'.stovs Funeral" and!
edj MAY ROBSQtJ COMING. ;Orel Clarke of Iroguoi.'. III., has
o L . . , ..'signed with the KewHiiee Hoilermak-
! -The Ileiaver.ation of A tint Mar . . . A.
es i iifjavc ' ,,.;Vers for the coming reason.
'with Mav Ro .son in the title rclo wi.l,
-n at ine itsu.-j. ..
Hobson has j.rcsonted tMs coTf.e.iy
continuously Tor over two years in 1 his
country and nearly four months m
Iiidon. The Kngium m-wspjiH-is,
with one or two exceptions were most
flattering nnd even these exceptions
were lauditory of Miss Robson's act
ing. She has created a distinct hurac-
i ter and loses her own identify com-
our sympathies are moved ana heia
. . . . i i .
by the old lady. She is real, not a mi-
.mic character to produce laughter, and
' we recognize 1 he type of the big heart-
ed woman wno-if- love i? steaniat
tage by the deceased parents and she
loves me uuj -
To Men Who Dr.nk Intoxicants to Ex-
Employers Want Sober Men.
hi na v i-.": ne r w ho an- In n:'-ntal
(.r , ,.vfl, r,; lit,..n i. irr.rm their
dutirr. Dicrv I r.o r.f b.:-i:i"-H i.h do
1 a Hfnpl" home treatment.
1 No ;o o' timr from -,-k while v.n ,
; fj'ix uTuS' Weareo'
inure that Omne wi;i i.nefit yo.j tnntl
we &y to yoj that If after a trial you
fall to trit Any b--nf.t f r- f lt u e. we
wii' vivo vour rr.nr.ey hak.
firr'-." if1 iripitre.! in tw.-j forma No.
1. nrrt tr-2.t mer.t. a j.'. vv3. T, a),.. I .te
y ?.!( o.lcrlefi-. t'lve.n iti:It
l.i find or drink 'Trine No. 2. In plii
form. In fnr -A'iic, r!iiire - take
voluntary tr'atrr:rt. Orrire rr.ntj- oi.lv
fl a box. Write for free .rrine )oit-
Orrlne Oinpnnv, IZl Orrlr. build. r.K
1-24 12 Third Avenue.
l'hone West HiiS, Sew 002.
t" . :MVJ --Jf'i'
K ,, . . . ... .
to college paid al his bills and come
. .. .
ur uiu i t:ii. & . i . i uv ituiu uuuuti
ana jacK nas a penec t m.una ior nnu-
jing trouble and worryln- the dear old
1 lady until shP wonders why it is that
I ctiA lorofl cnJi .ajmn Tin Tnolr ti n
good traits and "Ai.nt Mary" masn'i-
- ! fies them, and forgives his rccklosi
. extravagance. n discovers tnat no
nas aeveioneci a nreai n-or-promisr sun
; for $15,000 and a damage case for heat
..., ..a. ..... . n ........ ......
fn. a IrlAiiannrl an.l ....ivirol mlnnr
,. Ki. i . i
Uuuim-3. our nrs nn uuiiin anu
i snn mm nrnis mm univ to rfHi or
. ; . '1
hnd e,t "stomach n-nedy" you can
' nephew is down Ficlc with the measles. ! .v. Tli ere fore, get
weeks; slir. l as a .great time, learns to
smoke ciearets. drink oyster cocktailp.
; visits all the theatres and roof gai--
lens. Jack's sweetheart disguised as
'a maid keps her comjiany and creeps
I into her affections and confesses that
Ishe loves Jack. This settles it. nml
,ne third act Jack promises to marry
Bettv and "Aunt Man." is quite con
tent, in fact hanpy, not for a day, but
mostly all the lime.
RECORD JUMP ON THE ICE
liduanl I.amv !e I'cet. 2 Indies
; at Srm.ar j.k,. . V.
, saranac l.ate. ., fn.
; mund Ijnmy, amateur sKa'.ng
breaking the world's record by feci.
.i . i r...
iw rncr iur ud..npU,i.
Davenport. Iowa, Feb. 7. Pitcher
Clarence "Yokohoma" Nelsui, of Okla-
noma lty, OKia., lot.ay siKni-o h con-
tract with ihe
'club for i:ll.
Clarke With Kewanee.
Kewanee. III., Feb. . Pitcher
If You Have It. lU-ni! This letter.
Mi-4i-iia Is (uaruiitc'l liy the
Hui-jht House Pharmacy.
"I was taken last Aiigust with a
severe stomach troubL-. The do
tor said it was nervous dypeitsin. I !
took nts treatment four weeks, but
did not fef., any .t(r.r. to(lk
, ery,hnK j heard of. The fir.-t d iy
tf)f pf.,.ernber ff,t a b'ix of Mi-o-:ia
j j took them that afternoon and the
jn(.xt day and haven t had one bit of
pajn jn Wy stomach since the 2nd of
December. Feel well now, and le
iKOOd." Mrs. M. K. MaxtK-ld, K. F.
ij. , Avoca. N. Y.
. Mi-o-na Is surely the best prescrip-l
, minutes. ,
j 11 " i
:cure muigesiion, acute or enronic, cr
: any disease of the stomach or money;
I Mi-o-na stomach tablets are sold :
I hy tne Harper iiouse pharmacy and;
leading druggiHts everywhere 8t .10 j
cent9 & ,a. bol Trja, gain,,,.H
! free on request from Booth's Ml-o-na, ;
1 Buffalo, N. Y.
HALLY & ALCOTT
5 OTHER BIG ACTS 5
A Novelty Playlet.
Tonight the big- drawing for
the $50 diamond ring: and cash
$20, $15, $10 and $5. Come
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Thursday, Feb. 9
Twenty IYc"fi. Original Costume
fl'i.l l!'iiisiic Fii's-'las
Music I'J People slnaini;-.-ec
flic I'ltmoils Si iiuphittler Phlii itt
Folks Play from the Alps, in Four
.lets til SingiiiK nnl I Mucins
Slii.c limn inji by I lii-mco.
Prices 25c, 50c 75c, $1.
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Uillium A. I'.rail.v, Ltd., Antiomicc
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THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
best pictures of quality,
good music and good
tcjomplcte change of
ADMISSION ONLY 5 CENTS
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
I'eoi I. National KadL JiuildiiiK
(Ijira 'nne4ay and Katurduy
Ciinini. J boi,f W'nt 1211.