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Harpers T&eatre, ,
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Tuesday Night, Not. 16.
Uu Loaf Lanark aal a Mrrv
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The tavotite fan makers, the
FUnls, after appear is la Darenport
to tte neateat basinets they ever
played to la that city, opened an 8-
Diguis' eDgaement at Harper's thea
tre last night to a good aised hoose.
Tha Tolunteers on the stage were
some well known young men of this
city and Molina, and the scenes they
were pot throigh were too numer
ous anl fanny to try and describe.
Miss Marina Flint is with the com
pany again this year, and appears at
every penormanoe. 1 he young lady
has lost none of her power and han
dles her subjects equally as well as
ber father, who is noted the world
over a the greatest living hypnotist,
rnis season will mark the laat of the
Flints together, as at the close of the
preset; tcur, alias Flint will retire
to private life. Her father will not
be seen here again for several years,
as hlr'.-clf and manager have ar
ranged a long tour, which will take
them at least two years. Tonieht
la lies will be admitted free when ac
companied by one paid reserved seat
"The Mysterious Mr. Bugle," the
new farce by Madeleine Luoette By.
ley, which gave its gifted author a
toost up another round of the ladder
of fame and fortune during its ncta.
tile run at the Lyceum theatre, New
York, last coring, is set down for
presentation neti Tuesday night at
mo Bums opera house. AS fa
Christopher, Jr.," which Mrs. By.
Icy wrote for John Drew, she has
evolved a plot which is thoroughly
French in its cleverness, but whlou
unlike the French farces. Is absolute
ly clean and free from, suggestive
ness. As has been said of "The
Mysterious Mr. Bugle," it is certain
ly refreshing to find a farcical com
edy which relies on wit rather than
horse play, and clean and wholesome
fun ratLor than snggestiveneas. All
of which does not mean that it is a
farce of the goody-goody type, but
that its fun is brought about
by humorous misunderstandings
ratber tutu by clandestine love
and private restaurant etc
paei. It goes without laying
that the dialogue is brilliantly witty,
the aetion brisk from eurtain to cur
iam, the situations clever, and the
entire production artistic and note
worthy, as would naturally be ex
pected in a play which has enjoyed a
long and successful run in New
York's most artistic house of amuse
ment, the Lyceum theatre. A com
pany of sterling comedians will be
een in the cast of "Too Mysterious
Mr. Big!." Heading the list Is Jo
seph Holland, America's foremost
firceor, who will impersonate Torn
Pollinger; Gretchen Lyons, a beauti
ful and talented young actress, who
will be seen as Betty Fondacre;
Winona Shannon as Julia, Joseph
Ktlgour as Allan Fondacre, Charles
Collins as Mr. Tote, a broker; Agnes
Findlay as Mrs. Tote, Master
Michaelson as Bonapart Tote, Edgar
Norton a Chitkmell, a valet; Alfred
J. Kd wards as a burglar, Henry Phil
Hps as a policeman, Arthur Macken
sie as a waiter. The farce ia in
iirce nets, the scenes are laid in a
hotel at Lakewood, N J., and the
period is at the present time.
e;i'e McHtnry and tiigby Bell
are two of the superior attractions
promised at Harper's tteatro in the
I'adar the Wtw.lt.
Patrick Curtln, a switchman for
the Burlington, had bath of his fuet
crushed while at his work at 6:S0
Saturday afternoon. He attempted
to board a car which was being
switched. In so doing he made a
misstep, alighting on the rail instead
of the brakebeem. The wheals
pasted over both of his feet. He was
taken to St. Anthony's hospital in
the ambalance. Dr. E M. Sale at
tended the Injured men and found it
RecetRsrv to amoatate the lar?e too
of each foot. The doctor is hopeful
01 saving me ot&er toes, whioh are
also batJlv lacerated. The injured
uan was filling tho ponition formerly
held by Switchman Charles Page,
who had one of his feet so badly
crushed a few weeks ago that it
had to be amputated.
Bucaia,4 ArsJaa Sal v..
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, rait
rheum, fover sores, tettor, chapped
hands, chilblains, cents and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures piles,
or no pay required. It is guaran.
leea w give penect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harts to Ulle
meyer. Trf OratoKSI try Oiata-ot
Ask your grocer today to show yon
a package of Urelc-O, the new food
drink that takes the place of coffee.
The children may drink it without
iojury as well as the adult. All who
it. like It. Graln-O has that rich
seal brown of mocha or Java, but it
is made from pcre grains, and the
most delecate stomach receives it
without distress. One-quarter the
price of coffee. IS cents and Si cents
per paekago. Sold by all grocers.
Many of yoor friends, or people
whom yon know of have contracted
consumption, pneumonia or other
fatal diseases by neglect of a simple
eold or cough. Foley's Honey and
Tar, a safe, sure and pieasaat cough
medicine would have ssved them it
U guaranteed. Fcr se:e by T. IL
IIONDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1CDT,
DAISY THOMPSON LOSES.
Be sie,oea paase art AcahMt tk.
Stock laU raarla.
. Daisy Thompson ' has lost in her
uit ior iv,uw asm ages against ue
Bock Island Peoria Railway com
pany, whioh hat just ended in the
circuit court at Cambridge, the jury
returning verdict finding-, for the
railroad company. Ex-Mayor Voll-
mer, 01 uaveaport. ana . Attorney
Gibbons, of Princeton, counsel for
Mrs. Thompson, have filed a motion
asking for a new trial. ; .
The ease is a peculiar one. It
seems that on the xlst of last Jann.
ary the private car owned by Daisy
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iuiiumvu, wuu mm m trTiMMiK glass
blower ?ivfn? exhlbltiona through-
out the country, stood on the side
trees: as uaiva. xne regular morn
ing freight train on the Bock Island
ft Peoria, in doing its business at
Galva, was forced to move the cr
several times in order to get other
cars it wanted. In so doing the
plaintiff claims that her car was
handled in an extremely and unneces
sarily rough manner, the c jncussioa
being so great as to throw her out of
the west door of the car on to the
platform, bruising and in jariog her
in such a manner at to cause her tha
loss of her unborn child and seri
ously and permanently affecting her
health. Hand & Hand, the attor
neys representing the company, in
troduced a novelty to Henry county
courts in the way of a witness, a
female detective, whom the company
employed to associate hernelt with
Mrs. Thompson since the accident,
in an effort to cot a line on the real
tacts of the case. The husband of
Mrs. Thompson also has a suit pend
ing azainst the . I. z P. for t5 000
for damages sustained through the
demolishing of hlscar and machinnry
contained therein, and the alleged
Injury to his wife.
CLOSE RUB FOR CLINTON.
Boa. Island High School Elevoa GItm tho
lowaas Btarty Chase.
Clinton was given a merry chase
at foot ball Saturday by the Bock
Island High school eleven. The
game was played at Clinton. The
score was 22 to 6 In favor of the
lowans. Although the Uock Island
boys were not the winners, they folt
that in scoring against this team is
itself a victory, as the Iowa eleven is
composed of top-notcher platers.
some 01 waom are professionals, aad
nave no ousmess in a contest with
amateurs. Knox made the touch
down for Bock Island and Clinton'a
were made by Barriem and Holmes.
Tho teams lined up thusly:
Rock bland. Position- Clinton.
Lorsin ....Left End Roman
Hync Loft Taokie Siddle
Lincoln Laltftnard Mnn.h.n
Jen Center.... Puroell. SDenoer
Weiss. Right Guard bewoll
nosemaioer Kttfnt Tackle Lee
Lund Kifc-tit Kod Thome
Bodeson Rleht Half-h.nk Hnirr..
Knox Left Half-back Ls.e
Mitchell Full Bsok Barrieia
bwippeu vuaner umo fsadoeit
The game at the hopfield between
the Bock Island and Davenport High
school second teams resulted in the
defeat of the boys from this side 10
to 8. The line up:
Rock Island. Position. Davennort.
Porter Canter. LonB
Wright Richt OusTd. Bollinan
Lamont R!uht Taokie .!.
Totten..... Richt Und Waterman
Collier Left Guard Dahau
Collin Xtft Taokie ....Kuln
!ck Left End Crouch
Marshall Quarter Hack Birohard
Kiddell RiRht Half RisJej
Smythe Left Half Smith
Lee Full Buck L'.ttis
Tom Littig, full back of the Dav
enport team, had bit lower Jip cut.
U w a .
ur. r. ve sura sewea up trie wound.
The trial of Saul Snenear waa
DOStrtoned Satnrdav for one va1t nn
account of the illness of Justice
William Thowan was arrested last
evening by Officer Ainsworth for
ugmiDg oa iniro avenue ana xwen-ty-tbird
street. He will have a hear
Andy Johnson, who says his home
is ia Aledo, was taken in yesterday
br Oilier Arohnr for being drunk. He
slept off his jag at the cooler and
then was allowed to go his way.
W. J. Foster, a atr&nrer. waa linAd
15 and costs by Magistrate Stafford
ior aiscrceriy conduct, ue was ar
rested Saturday ni?ht at Henrv
Struve's saloon on Twentieth street
by UCicer McCarthy.
There is a medicine whose nroDrie-
tors do not claim to have dis
covered some hitherto un
known ingredient, or that it ia a
oure-alL This honest medicine only
claims to cure certain diseases,
and that its ingredients are recog
nized by the most skilled physicians
mm uvg mo nesc ior money ana
bladder diseases. It ia Fni.' km.
ney cure. For sale by T. H. Thomas.
CacareU Candv Cathartic, the
most WOfldert ul niadlaal dlsflflrerr nf
the ago, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act snmtlv and imaitiTttiv
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
yatem, unpei eoiaa, onre neaaacce,
icver, naDituai eonsUpauoa and bil
iousneaa. PlaaaA hn mnA tn
of C C a today; 10. W, 60 cents.
Bold aad guaraateed to con by all
Toe Cast Abed Cftaaaet It.
A heary eold mav lead la mtomn.
nla or consumption. Foley's Honey
ana ir uxeu in time affords perfect
ecun-j irom tenons results. For
sale by T. H. Thomas.
Jost try 10 eetitboxof Cascareta,
the fiswst liver aod bowel regnlator
Sabecribe for Thb Amacs.
LABOR CONGRESS DOING8
Mo toatkm of osSair F tpoa.d et Zoo.
U Tsar's SUatlBC.
The monthly meeting of the Tri
City Labor Confirreas was held Yester
day afternoon at the Industrial
home. The attendance was unus
ually email owing to the inolement
weather. Nomination of officers was
to come up, but was postponed indefi
The names of several of tha men.
bers of the legislative committee
were presented by the delegates.
The secretary read a communication
A 1 r. ... -on. . - .
irom irea u. oarneit, 01 uh Moines,
whn BAAks tha annnditnunt uluw
M.W WJ.frw.MWM.VHW . V. '.WVI
eommisaioner ot Iowa, and who aaked
toe endorsement of the congress.
Mr. Barnett is a member of the ex
ecutive board of the Brotherhood ot
Locomotive Engineers, etc. Ihe del
egates did not take kindly to Mr.
Barnett. not oarlnir tn heln olnno hi.
cause, since the organizations he was
amuatea with had reiused to cooper
ate with the ooneress in other mat
ters. So Mr. Barnett's communica
tion was tabled.
W. H. Schillinger and Peter Nel
son were appointed a committee to
act with a committee from Oarnnn.
ters and Joiners' union No. 166 to In
terview the directors of the Modern
Woodmen and to seek to have
them demand that all work nn tha
new Woodmen bailding be done by
Fay Hawca Daooe.
Fay Hawes Camp, No. 281, Boy al
Neighbor of America, has issued
invitations to a dancing party to be
eiven at Armorr hall Thanksiri vin-
ove, Nov. 24. The committees in
charge of the affair are: Beoeptiop,
Mrs. Dan McKinney, Mrs. P. J. Cary,
Mrs. William Scott, Mrs. Ed Hill,
Mrs. J. D. Collier; arrangement,
Mrs. George Simpson, Miss Agnes
Ssxton, Mrs. William Bragdon, Mrs.
Ed Hill. Mrs. P. J. Cary; floor, John
Sexton, H. D. Corken, James Moran,
Oscar Berth, Herman Applequist,
Fred Green: invitation. Mias
Sexton, Miss Kate Byrnes, Miss Ma.
oei towier. Miss Kate FitKceralrf.
Mi?s Eva Smith. Miss Mae McEl-
herne, Miss Mildred Quinlan. Miss
Ltliie Larkiu, Mrs. George Smith,
Mrs. Joseph Kail.
J P. Bladel. 221 Fourth avenue, is
suffering from an injured hand. Ha
i emoWcd at Williams. WhftA
Co., Moline. ft hue at work his left
nana was caught on an emery wheel
and the third Surer ao badl- 1
ated as to necessitate its amputation.
ine operation oeing performed by
Dr. Dann. '
John Mueller, a lfi.vear.nlit l.rf
living near Hampton, was accident
ally shot in the stomach while play
ing with a 22-oalibre revovler with
a companion, in whose hands the
weapon was neia. . ine ball took a
course toward the left aide, lodging
between the 10th and 11th Hh. Th.
boy's body was photographed with
the X-rays by . Dr. Arp, ot Moline,
and the ball located, but owing to its
position and the faot that it was not
likely to cause any trouble, it was
considered advisable not to attempt
so operation 10 remove it.
Funeral servioes for Jamea Hack.
ett were hId at 10 o'clock this mnrn.
ing at St. Joseph's church, requiem
mass oeing ceieora.ea Dy ivev. atner
Mackin. The pallbearers were John
Condon. Dennis Keu. Edward
Shields, William Heelon. Patrick Me.
Liuatd and Cornelius Meenan. In
terment was at Calvary.
Death Invaded the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank E. Fsgerqnist, 417
Fleventh atreet. Satnrdav nvnnt re
claiming their little son, Clarence
W., who succumbed to brain
fever and complications. ' The child
was 8?ed 8 months and 8 dava. Tha
funeral occurred from the residence
at 2 o'olock this afternoon.
Tibbslt Mot bs KomoTOd.
Thia item from tha T.w. -.-..
Chronicle of recent 'date will inter
est the many friends of Capt. Tib
bals in this city: "A report from
Washington says that it is under-
biuuu at .ne .reasury aepartment
that Georra S. Ninhnla. nt thi. nitw
0- . v. WH.WI W.WJ,
will be aouointed insnector of steam
vessels for the Fifth district, when
btowreiary uage ceoides to make a
chango. The term of Capt. Tibbals
of Dubuaue. as rreent ln.ruinp
does sot expire until February, 1899,
out it wouia not oe at an surprising
if Secretary Gatra made a chance be.
fere that time."
sTor Over Ftrty Inn
Mrs. Winslow's Soothino Svrnn baa
been used for children teething. It
.1 . . ., . . . . "
Fvuu ue onuo, soiiens me gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
in the best rcmedv or diarrhnaa
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
HARD A11D SOFT COAL
mil cor rzs Vaizzt.
Telephone 1540. 3170 Fifth Avenue.
WILL ADD TO
We have dozens of them and prices so
low you all can afford to have one.
Remember our prices are the lowest and
it will pay you to trade here.
W. S. HOLBROOK
103, 105, 107 E. Second Street,
7hen in Doubt,
Heal is Life's
Oor Bleetrle Uachhis for
thetrcAtment of Nerves
X Bay work.
World's Greatast vi Dst Ssxccessful Socialist
In Chronic, Tterrona, Frlrata aad Saigleal DlaaasM et Bott Ssces.
ConsulUtion Free. Prompt and Permanent Cures
CATARRH Bronohltia, Asthma, Early Consumption, Rheumatism. Neu
. . Tf'a, Trrrtp'i ItrnrSlSi tfnTllft tint ill riirrril. Irrtir ml Mitniij dUniscs.
WOMEN Suffering from diseases of the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys
nervons sxhanstton, palpitation ot the heart, d-tsepsis or ey disease peealtsr to the ess.
hmiid call on the gmt xscialUt and st an opinion ob thotrrtM rre of char. '
ELECTRICITT Scientifically applied, nervosa debility, piles, exhaustive
drains, sight tosses, dofecttva SMioory, threatened insanity, Iocs of will power. Metal da
loclon, aleeplessaets, etc.
VABICOCELE Is the most active cause of nervous debility. Why treat
months with others when we (oatantasyoa a pemiAeateuelnsTeadays by nnt naliilaas
method? Hydrocele cared in ttue ays-ao pain. ,
Me skill in tte art of snidery. Bemamber ymr family pby-idaa is always a.lmsa. to
rrve Per Cent Paid on Deposits.
Honey Loaned on Personal
3 V Baford, Frasldsnl.
Jots orsbauin, vtfls pieslas.
t Qrseatwau, Oashtar.
Jnrr a. lass, sad oaean aha
8. 8. sat. Miwthail VnM saw hotMlt.
And when It shows
signs of irregularity
take it to
Wfen, the Jei7elt?.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand ai "live and let
Uve- prices. High
In repairing at reason
180 Second Ave
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed'
109 THIRD ATS9IUI
Convolt tbe Best.
Dr. J. E, Walsh,
Tato of Chir-vo, forawrlr
Bnrreoa-ia-Chlef of b
Anthony H HowpttaL
luoorporated Under tha
Collateral or Real Estate Seoarity.
HcCoy's New European Hotel
COS. CLARI AID TAI BCIEI STI.
. At 'aTTst ! Ji .jaw !
One block froam C B. 1. 3c P. ul
L. K. Sc n. R. Hallroad depot.
Improvements costing 175,000.00 hive
just been completed, and the house now
offers every convenience to be found in any
hotel, including hot and cold water, electric
light and steam beat in every room.
Rates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCGY, Owner and Presridsr.
v- r - - ,
sanftetanrt of essh Aad all Klafs of wors
Doors sad Bd t . , tgcBaudtss
Bidufj;, Flooring, WaUseoattttf
Wth Exeat tuft. 4th red n irati