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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUs. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1913.
It PRIZES AT FAIR WELL SCATTERED Many Breeders Won Ribbons on Fire Stock Shown This Week at Joslin. FOUR BEEF HERDS SHOWN Premiums en Horeea Divided Among a Dozen Owner Outside Exhibitor Recognized. There were four herds competing for the prizes offered for beef cattle at the Joslin fair this week. Short horns, Hereford. Durhams and Red Polled. W&inwright brothers of Zuma secured eight firsts and four seconds on their herd of Shorthorns. They were alas awarded first on the grand champion bull, first on the grand champion cow, and sweepstakes on aged herd. William Moody of Coe won nine firsts and three seconds on his Here fords. The purple ribbon for the best herd of cattle over all breeds was al so awarded to him. Frank Whiteside won three ribbons on Poll Durhams. winning three blue ribbons. Artie Genung has four head of Red Polled cattle on which he won four ribbons. I.. K. Cleavphind of Moline, who ex hibited his herd of "Brown Swiss cat tie, carried away four ribbons besides that for grand champion cow in the MATiNEE AND NIGHT TONIGHT THE UNITED PLAY CO. (Inc.) Offer Fascinating Play of Love and Adven ture in the Balkans. r,-.,.....'.-y.nrL. -T I'ufirlin .n ii - - ii if pswsasMiii ' ri n A A Blood Bubbling, Heart-Leaping Fight by an American for a Kingdom and a Girl. Prices: Mat. 25-50; Night 25-50-70-$1. Seats Now. 7r II ' WIL. mVW. $ & i?X affliJi : I T 1 , ' - ! M MATINEE, AND 'tJIGHT Sunday, Sept. 14 Lj The Dramatic Sensation -The Great Divide" Ty 'i!;i?m Vaughn Moody. Matinee 25c, &0c. Night 25c. 50c. 75c. $1.00. SEATS NOW Kf. jl .'W r. i tAVl'r I fm ti Ml Itirf'im .J O 1. 1 H Another bill coining Mi'iulav fr three (lavs l tli at bed "JiC. will please cvcr Direct from hur- H 5 PIROSCOFFIS s The crrratcst seneation f t lie "atuievillc worlrl The 2nd Sophie Tucker BLANCH CORDON Ttirninn & Taylor Comedy I'lavlet "GRAHAM'S VALET" Those Cla?sy Singers and Dancers Archer & Ingersoll Feilding Carlos Roller Skating Novelty 2.000 feet of the latest Moving Pictures. Matinee every day at 2:45 loo and 20c. Evening at 8:15 ioc, -'(: and 30c. Sunday three perform ances at 2:45, 7:3 an(l '.) oo. Phone for your seats. Moline 37. Five Piroscoffis ' ... ' " . .. --'-i.s .' I.-'. .. "J r - ' ... ... ,- -'.-'j.-.: The Piroscoffis are one of the strong acts on the Pantages circuit this Europe and will appear at the Family the first three days of next week. dairy section. Dr. Hayes of Cordova showed a herd of Jerseys on which he secured six first premiums and the purple ribbon for grand champion bull. I John Fruckenberg of Coe, also a Jer- sey exhibitor, won two firsts, w hile Ro-1 (land Whiteside of Joslin showed three Holsteir.s on blue ribbons. which he secured two in HOR5E imisiox. Pri.-es on horses were awarded as follows: Best stallion, 4 years or over -Sayre & Son, first and second. Best mare or gelding, 3 years old Clyde Wake. Mare or geld'ng, 2 years and under T, George Ashdown. Either sex, Imrbin, first; under 1 year George George Ashdown, sec- ( Sweep takes for horse, best two from one mare J. B. McMichaels. first; Cporge Ashdown. second. I Best, four horEes owned by exhib-; itor George Ashdown, first; J. B. i McMichae!:;, second. I i Grand champion stallion A. M. ; ; Sayre. , i Uest mare, any age -George Ash- idov.n. j I Champion suckling colt George i IDurbin. Thi-. coit is but five months: U I illKl WI'lM lllll'r- lllr.II fl 'P t,i - .. -J .' -1. . .1 cr.n a and nns nrononnrrd hv lh iuriif as one of the fine? lie had ever seen. Draft team in harness Frank Wake, fi rT ; Bert Wlls. second. ' All purpose team W. B. Feaster. StaHion colt Clyde Wake. Mare colt David Schr.f?r. first; J. B. McMichaels, second. Best foal, either rex Clyde V;ke. itomsTF.r; n.is. , S'tal'.lon. Z years or over Ross ! Wuinv. rijrht, Crst; J. I). McMicbaeis. se 'md. ; Mare or gelding, 2 or over Ray-1 " ! mord Simpson, fir.t; Henry Ver-! Notice, i mee.-ch. second. There will be a meeting o the town j, Mare or Ee'.ding under 2 J. B. Mc-hoard of auditors in the council room I J Mh iinc!. ; of the city hall cn Monday afternoon ! Colt unrier 1 year J. B. McMich-jat 2 o'clock, Sept. 15, 1913. The pur j,a!!s. tirsl; Albert Mitiiaels. second. pose cf said meeting is io allow any j! Carriage tfnm in harness t:ook & ! acd ail bills. Anderson ond. Brood , first; Charles Stewart, sec- j ! mare rhowing two colts J. ; B. McMiciiaels. J t KS M Ml I.F.. Mule team in harness Charles Os born. Muie. 3 years old Char'es Osborn, first: William Vogt. secend. , - Mule under I year Julius Lannon. Het stallion, 2 and under 3 Victor Iaundit. Mare or geiding Robert Whiteside, -.-. EMPIRE THEATER High Grade Vaudeville. FIVE JUGGLING NORMANS, i The Five Fpeed Boys Will Sur prise you. A Great Novelty. JOS. REMINGTON & CO., In a New Classy Comedy Sketch, "The Miliinery Salesman." JERE SANFORD, Whistling and Yodeling Chore Boy. CLINTON AND ROGERS, The Narragansett Pier Couple; Versatile and Entertaining. CORRIGAN AND VIVIAN, World's Greatest Novelty Rifia Shots. EMPIRE CONCERT ORCHES TRA, Direction Bfn Bleuer. LATEST PHOTOPLAYS. Two Shows Sunday NlghL Phone Rock Island 708 FAMILY THEATRE ROCK ISLAND Sunday Cort!nuou Performance trom 1 p. m. to 11 p. nx. A rOETIC IIRIMt FROK THE JJAMH OK U.GKlk I1F.KI. Kli REE' PA t'GTER, In Three P.el. TUB CHEAT CIIU VP OAT AS TROPBt; Thrf Rif. T tnr Ikr Prtr of One. SIX Rh.tl.S fQAX. Six Kee'.s. Feature Act at the first; Fred Daebelliehn, second. Pony driving team Perry Med- hurst. ox other livestock. Four breeds were shown in the swine division. Homer A. Dailey cif Zuma had a fine herd of Poland Chinas on which he won nine firsts and six ..K.:tJ i herd; sweepstakes on breeder's young herd, and first on grand champion boar, a total of 18 ribbons. Dr. Hayes of Cordova with his Ches ter Whites, captured ten firsts and five seconds and sweepstakes on aged sow over all breeds. Mr. Schumacher, al- awarded three firsts and one second. j He also had a pen of Duroc Jerseys on which he was given three firsts and lone second. Two first premiums were awarded to Frank Whiteside on a pen cf mule-footed hots. Bruce I,. Warnock of Aledo lrd the ' sheep raisers, la'ndinz 12 ribbons. while James Hennieer of Henrv coun-! ty was awarded two ribbons. . i Harry Frels took the prizes in the goat division with his herd of An-1 goras. - 1 j CITY CHAT II - v (Advertisements.) Euy a heme of Reldy Bros. For express, call William Trefa. Tri-City Towel Supply company. Independent Express Co. West SSI. Six per ce.it farm mortgages. Litten & Robert.. Peoyle's Natioas'. bank building. "Beyond the Grave" Pastor Sexton will tell you all about it Sunday morning at 10:30 at the Empire thea tre. Admission free. No co. lection. Decide if there is to be a tax levy. 1 Decide whether a special election! shall be held to fill vacancv in office i j of constable. ; To determine If .the township will j 1 use any money for the betterment, of j the roads in the township. ' And any other business that may come before the said board. S. D. FOLSOM, Clerk. WILLIAM TREFZ. Supervisor. (Adv.) Washington The secretary of war sent congress a report, on the exam ination cf B'ack River, Mich., saying the turning basin desired near Fort Huron shou'd not be constructed by the government at present. 30.000 VOICE3! j And Many Are the Voices of Rock j Island People. I Thirty thousand voices wbat a ! grand chorus! And that's the cuin ' ber of American men and women ! who are publicly praising Doan's ! Kidney Pills for relief from back- ache, kidney and bladder ills. They j say it to friends. They tell it in the : home papers. Rock Island people are in this chorus. Here's a Rock : Island case: i Mrs. E. Weiss, 823 Fourth avenue, j Rock Island. 111., says: "All I say in j vraise of Doan's Kidney Fills stU" holds good. I had been troubled by kidney disorders for some time. There was an acute pain, across the small of my back which made it hard 1 for me to bend cr do any lifting. I j had headaches and dizzy spells. A ; member of my family had been cur ed of an attack of kidney complaint by Doan's Kidney Pills so I decided to try them. After the first few doses I got relief and soon I was free from the trouble." For sale by all dealers. Price SO rents. Foster-Milburn company, Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the 1'nited States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. (Advertisement). TANGO CLUB Grand Opening Dance Armory Mall, Sept. 7 Family, Moline season. They are newly arrived from AT THE ILLINOIS. Lovers of an cxhuberant, romantic play will be interested iu the an- nouuceuieni ui wie ui aiuii'izatiou 01 "Truxton King,' which will be pre sented at the Illinois toaight. In its story form "Truxton King'' had a great vogue and a new succession of tri umphs is predicted for the stage ver sion, which has been made by Miss Grace Hayward. The play reproduces with proper attention to the love pas sages between the hro "Truxton King' sages between hero "Truxton Kin BnJ the Heroine, Lorraine Tulas Tuat it lias been deitly done by tne dramatist and is in the hand3 of an adequate company is the word that j comes from the points where the new production has been offered. i ne oreat umuc, wmen comes to i ine iiimois lomorrou nignt, ran iorj,vtthe age of 14 vears she was ac- 500 perfornu-.nres at the -irc:ess and j cepted into active membership of the -al s uieaues in .ew ions, it is . in New one 01 uie most prontaoie aramatic , lng n,usicai club. Since graduating enterprises that has been brought be- i froal ijjgii 6Chof,i. Miss Lidman has de f.irp the public in 15 years. A complete ) voted all her time to studving, tcach- proue.ciion ana a competent , las-, are promiseu in uie presentation j 'lerc- ! ' ! AT THE EMPIRE. I "Something out of the usual'' is the , way the new bill for the first half ofj3oprar.o so!oh;t for some time at Gus- j the week at the Empire has been char-itaf Adolph's church, and filled many! actcmed. Headed by the five jug- j concert engagements, rmong which ! j giing Normans, the performance looks j v, ere the graduation recital at the con- i ' as though it would turn out pretty , serTatory and concerts at Wanne- lively and very interesting. The Nor-1 maker's auditorium and Carnegie hall. I mans have been dubbed "speed boysjshs was also the regular accompan- j extraordinary" by good judges of ; j.st of Madame Staberg Hall, the fa- j ' vaudeville and promise to live up to i mous jyrjc soprano of New York city. I ' their reputation of being speed boys. I Jere Sanford. the chore boy, will p're- Impossible. sent his whistling and yodling nov-! Ah automobile m:inufacrurer tells of ; elty. "Tlie Millinery Salesman" is the i.a bright young man in his employ who ' title of a comedy sketch by Joseph j came to hiiTi not long ngo for a raise In ; ' Remington & Co. Clinton and Rogers I will be here with their chassy siuging and dancing novelty. They arc known as the "Narragansett Tier'' couple. Corrigan and Vivian are rifle experts and have a novcl'y in the wayof fancy sjiooijng. The act i3 said to be away out of the ordinary. FAMILY,. MOLINE. A splendid variety bill has been arranged for the Family theaire, Mo line, next week, commencing Monday matinee. Program for the first, three days includes the famous Five Tiros coffls, European juggling experts and bat manipulators, who will appear here for the first time. Their work is sor.v hat on the order of Australian booim- ang throwing, although the nov elty of using hats End ensemble work of five people creates a vast amount of comedy. Other features of this program are Brunison & Taylor in their comedy playlet, "Graham's Val ett" Miss Blanche Gordon, noted coon sl.uter; Archer & Ingeraol, a clever comedy duo, and Fielding & Carlos in vaudeville's prettiest roller skating ncflty. For the last half, commenc ing Thursday, the bill will be headed by Roland Carter & Co. in their corn er? number, "Vacation Days," which is really a Eatire on life in Jail. Other novelties will be Klein &. Erlanger, in their pantomimic scenic produc ti in, their first appearance in this part of the country, Cervo, piano ac cordeonist; Miss Hetty Urma, billed as "The American Vesta Tilly," and Wilbur & .Harrington, a comedy duo. AT THE MOVIES II .Manager Anderson of the Family has a treat for his patrons tomorrow, he w ill feature a three-reel story of "King Kene s Daughter, a beautiful story of suffering, love and romance, in cident to the middle of the 15th cen tury. The blinu daughter of Rene is the center cf the story, which re counts her years of darkness and the final recovery of her sight and her marriage to Tristan. Altogether there Hill be 6ix reels offered at the Family tomorrow. Don't waste your money buying plas ters when you can get a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment for 25 cents. A piece of flannel dampened with this j liniment is superior to any plaster ! for lame back, pains in the side and j chest, and much cheaper. Sold by mi i druggists. (Adr.) DR. M'OANDLESS IN THE FINALS Rock Island Man Contesting With G. L. Burmeister for Handicap Golf Cup. Rock Island is still in the running J golf match at Rock Island arsenal j links the tnurnampnt hfine the con. I eluding one. of the season. Dr. A. H. McCandless of this city is this after- ' noon contesting with G. L. Burmeister I of Davenport. J Dr. McCandless won his way to the ! finals yesterday by defeating Ed Muel- i ier of Davenport. 4 up, 3 to play. At ! the same time R. S. Hosford of Moline, j who had been considered by many to be the most likely candidate for the cup, was eliminated by Mr. Burmeis ter and by the same score as that re turned in the other match of the semi-finals. NEW PIANO TEACHER ENTERS ON DUTIES Among the new teachers who have taken up work at Augustaua conserva tory is Miss Frances Iidman, instruc tor in piano and voice. Miss Lidman, the daughter of a clergyman, was born in Princeton, III. Her musical education was seriously commenced in the oast with Prof. Frank E. Johnson of Eoston. Later her parents moved to Minneapolis where her musical education was con tinued at the Northwestern Conserva- tory of Music and later with some of tIl3 best prjvate teachers of that city. Thursday Musicale, Minneapolis' lead ; le nllfi ,nrertisin? In 1 SI :l she graduated from the New York School of Music and Arts of New York city. She received the teacher's certificate which has been given but few pianists jn this countrv. While there she was pay. He wns a valuable workman, but be was already -retting wh:it his em-1 ployer considered a fair salary. "How much do you expect and what ! do you want it for?" he asked. "You i bnve no family responsibilities and ! should be nble to save money on what i you ore getting now." j "That's the point." said the young I man with a smile. "I am engaged to J a girl. I only want enough so thnt I j enn'get married and live comfortably." j "Great Scott, man!" cried the boss, j "There ain't no such salary. I'll givej von enough to get married on. but ! that's ns far as I can go "Cleveland Plain Dealer. Douglas' Saying About Vermont. Stephen A. Uoiiglas. who wns born at Brandon. Vt . originated the oft quoted saying. "Vermont Is a good state to emigrate from." This double edged saying, which con tains a compliment and a knock. Is a 110 Eighteenth Street J. P. QUINN, Mgr. That Great Drama In Two Parts 'What Happened to Mary SATURDAY IX. Away to tbe Underworld. X. The High Tide of Misfor- tune. SUNDAY. XI. A Race to New York. XII. Fortune Smiles. And Two Other Reels You can't afford to mi-3 this. Thousands will see it. Admission 5c, except Sunday. 1 Colonial Theatre TODAY AND TOMORROW By Request Elks' Parade "Hello Bill" Special attraction in addition to regular trtow. - , Continues from 10:30 p. m. 1 p. m. to -v r f . fw TO) TO1-11 ! lar---- ! II FSKJMffl $ BAA FREE. Second Prize Fine Ladies' or Gents' Gold Watch, Guaranteed for Ten Years Free Third Prizenkeumbdrenaaded Free Fourth Prise Gold Brooch Fine Brooch Set with Precious Stones Also a Fine Souvenir Present to Every Contestant Can You Give Us the Correct Answer to This Rebus? ciiinmi cmir IT? L. 1 1 o w N (51 1) 'ABlggL,. IPS ABE FOlI THE fOKRECT OR -E.UEST CORRECT SOLUTION To the above Rebus, wo will give absolutely FUEF1 the STiOo Piano. To the next best, a ladles' or gent's gold witch. To the next best, a fine gold headed umbrella. To the next best a - fine gold brooch. The next - five- nearest correct solutions will receive credit orders or vouchers for 5145.00. The next five credit vouchers for $13S. The next five credit vouchers for $13r. And all persons answering this Rebus will receive a credit voucher for at least $25, also another premium, and should there be more than one correct answer, or two or more tie in being correct in their solution, awards will then be made to the contestant presenting his or her so lution displayed in the most attractive manner, and of the greatest value from an advertising viewpoint, (inly one person In a family can enter. All contestants will be notified by mail and all premiums must be called for within ten days from the closing of the contest. The judges of this contest will be three prominent business men of this city. We want to assure you that every one entering this contest has an equal opportunity of securing one of the largest premiums. The Judges will be three disinterested men of this city. Don't delay an swering, but send your solution today. CONTEST CLOSES SEPT. 22nd at A p. m. ADDRESS MANUFACTURERS' REPRESENTATIVE, IX CARE OF The Newman Bros. Co. 313 West Third St. Phone 4940 Davenport, la.. rtncn ne nnppened' to spend in is wife's presence. "Do you know, my dear," be said af fectionately, "I never get tired of look ing at that photograph of yonrs."v "Why don't you have it framed end hung up in the club?" she inquired, without raising her eyes from her book. Llppincott's. Rather Fatty. "This article says oleomargarine la made of beef fat" , "Yen. and the person who eats lots of It -will be fat." "Well, if beef fat makes a person be fat that is nothing to beef at" Hona ston Post ?oooooocxooooooooooooooooooocooooooooooooooooocxoooa SPEED C R A Z Y $125.00 Cash Prizes Exposition Park Ninth Street Track, Rock Island, 111. SUNDAY, SEPT. 14th AT 2 p. m. 25c ADMISSION GRAND STAND FREE. Four Motorcycle Races Two Bicycle Celebrated 2 5 -piece Belgium Band will furnish galore. See program on other Bring Ihe Whole Family FRED J. BARR of Davenport, Promoter. j Phone 4621-L j DIRECTION'S Correct solution of the above rebus expresses a statement of fact complimentary to our flnu and pianos. pood example or ' uougms numor, which always had In it n peculiarly Vermont quality. It is said that Doug ias actual words were these: "Ver mont is a good state to be born in. a good state to be educated in and a good state to emigrate from." Th' made the remark more of a "knock" than it Is In its usual nnd more sum mary form. But when Douglas tittered It the audience of Vermonters receive! It with roara of laughter. New fork MaiL Scathing. A husband who invariably spent b!i evenings at the club was soroewhnt vercome with remorse one evenln Races g music Sj page. " d iexjooooooooooooooooooooooooooexxoooooooi