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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MATJCTI 4, 1902.
ONCE TRIED - ALWAYS USED.
Mot hiqherin price than others.
Lower man some.
WHY MOT GET THE BEST?
TaJes of Theatre.
"lafiffii mmnTTTi " """"''' 1 ' "ft"
Write r.r cali f.r vjiv of f.!Jer
gmug (u!l inloi ai.i'.iun.
Kvcry day during March and April
we s'i.tll sell very cheap tickets to
Montana, Utah, California,
Hcsidcs the usual Pullman Car?, we
rim Kcclinin.? Chair Cars (seats free).
They are very comfortable, well
lighted and heated, fitted with toilet
and smoking rooms and with a porter
k i ---
Tickst C'Uqz, C. S. Q. Depot.
IVAfTED-SO Strong Young rlen
between the ages of 18 and 30 years to become specialists in iron molding ;
no previous experience in foundry work required. Wages from 15c. to iSc.
per hour paid at the start, and advnnce to earning capacity up to 31X:. or
more per hour, depending upon individual ability. Good chance for rapid
advancement to industrious men. Moulders in Chicago fdiops have struck,
but strike is unauthorized by Iron Molders Union of North America. We
also want competent molders, machinists and pattern makers to tak'e place
of strikers. Now working aloiit 1.000 men in Chicago shops. Applv
ALUS-CHMLMERS CO., Office, Homo Insurance Bltitj., CHICAGO.
.t Viillr.v Ki '." !'' latiug
with the rum:. lit ie peiim! of oiir so
ealleti colonial days, will be lh of
feriiiif at tin Illinois 1 heat re Friday
The pla Is repleti with stilling situ
at ions follow til by llit rapid cliinnves
of tlu su-t endings, showing1 pi-turot-
of the time with a vivi Im-.-x uliich in)
nu-iliately impresses itself indelilily
upon tin mind. Tin- story is one of
those simiili i-onxisti-nl love tales
which has moved the world front it-,
beginning. The romance is credited
with having nil the swing of an An
thonv 1Iohm "Prisoner of Zt'lidii:
the li r of D'Knnery's "Two Or
plums;" but linlike cither it deal:i
wiih a subject nearer the heart oi
tin American. Its ineidents arc
Ihieaded on a story which gives am
pie license to the dramatist to intro
duce the characters iu:nle famous in
the infaaey of our country during tin
memorahle struggle for freedom from
the tyranny of the rule of KSnj,'
iieorge tiie 1 lord or l.nglanil. r mm
11 scenic point t view Messrs, J.es
ter & Co. hate been praised' for I lie
excellent manner in which they have
mounted itie play. 1 fie cas-t is also
another point of congra I ula t ion to
this firm. William 1- Koberts ami
Miss (Hive Martin will be seen in the
feature roles and the subsidiary mem
bers of the company show an un
usually careful selection.
It is not generally Known that
many actors now before the puldie
have otiiei artistic gifts than those
displayed by theiii in the pursuit of
Iheir histrionic, profession. Joseph
.letTerson is a well known painter in
his leisure moments, and Sarah ISern
hardt has given to the artistic world
examples of her great talent as a
sculptor. If aiiyiiiie should stroll in
to the exhibition iriven '-ach v:ir in
London or New York, they could not
fail to be iittractcl by several dainty
water color sketches depict big scenes
in Alegrian life. After enjoying the
pictures you will naturally look for
the artist's signature, and modestly
and unobtrusively on each painting
will bp noted -II. Dudley llawlev."
Few will connect this name with that
f thf young I'ctor who is making
Mich a success as "The Imp" in "When
we Were Twenty-one." which will be
seen at the Illinois tomorrow evening.
Hut such, however, is the case. The
young artist and the young actor are
one and tne same person, proving
oncltisively that artistic temper-
inient will sometimes find expression
even n lillerent i-linnr.t-ls.
The American Uiirlesipiers will be
the attraction at the Illinois Thurs
day. The show is headed by that
very popular comedian. . H. Watson.
The show is this year bigger and bet
ter than ever Iwfore. It has more
handsome women and comedians
than ay other show in this particular
INTEREST SCHOOL CHILDREN
IN PARK IMPROVEMENTS
A citieii m;ikcx a suggest iim in line
with the hint thrown out by The Ar
gus a short time ago in regard to en
listing the ini crest of the children of
the public schools in the improvement
of l.ongview 11 nd Ueseivoir parks that
is worthy 01 eon.-iderat ion. It is lirst
that the council provide for the lay
ing out of the grounds in genera
way so that it will not le necessary
to remote trees when they are unci
Uanici. 1 hen each ot 111c rooms in
the public schools shall be allowei
to provide and 011 Arlmr day plan
one or more t rees, giving each
name. Tin se t rees shall then he eon
sidcr.'d the private property of tin
particular rooms that plant thcui. t
be looked .after in future by thein. Hv
this plan a beginning will be made in
the improvement of the oullyi
parks and the interest of the peoph
centered 1 hereon. Other methods of
beautifying will then naturally ltd
Few persons know that the gol.l
tied in color printing and on picture
frames is made from a composition
powder of hroiie am scltfi. and
not from pure gold leaf, but which.
however, gives the same effect. Then
is another article that is very much
imitated, and that is Hostct ters Hit
ters. Spurious dealers often refill
the bottles, and thus give them the
same appearance n -a the original, but
unless they have our private stamp
unbroken over the neck Ihey are not
the genuine. Kefuse all such imita
tions. The genuine llostetter's Sto
mach Hitters has an" tiiiecpia lied rec
ord of cures of stomach complaints
ack of it. such as dyspepsia. . indi
gestion, constipation. biliousness.
nervousness, insomnia, and malaria,
fever and ague.
Itaw or lu1itme! Lime
Yield rapidly to the wonderful cur
ative and healing qualifies of Foley's
Honey and Tiii'i It prevents - pneu
monia and consumption from a hard
colli settled on the lungs. For sale
by all druirgists.
Hives a iv a terrible torment to the
little folks, and to some elder ones.
Kasily cured. Moan's Ointment never
fails. Instant relief, permanent cure.
At any drug store. .Vie.
Edneate Vonr Boweli TCIth Caaearet.
CanJy Cathartic, euro constipation forever.
I0c, &. It CC. C. fail, drucsista refund money.
Hloomington is exceptionally en
thusiastic. The work of preparing
the new grounds is under way. The
old grand stand has .been purchase. I
an 1 will be moved to the new loca
tion as soon as the weather permits.
The loss of the old grounds has plac
ed an additional expense upon the
ma nag. -mi lit of nearly $2,000. yet al
ready much of this sum has leen sul-
seribed. The last season was pros
perous and the association closed
with $700 to the good. This would
have met the preliminary expenses
this year without calling upon the
puldic. lint the sale of the old
grounds, being entirely unexpected,
created some anxiety for fear that
the li.onev ni"-dcd eoidd not be met.
This feeling has been iviieve.l. The
indications now point to a more suc
cessful season Ihan ever.
Manager Hugh Nicol returned
home from his trip to Hock Island,
where he went to attend the Three-!
meeting. After the league session
was nvcr Nicol look a little side trip
to Kaeine and when he arrived in
Rock ford this morning he had with,
him a , nt raid signed by Kdward K'd
lian of that city 1o play in the Kock
for.l cluli next season. Killian is a
pitchrr. a-.-oiiih paw.' ami will come
to Hoekford with a splendid record
behind aim. Last year hi- played on
the Haeine team and shut 1'feffer's
Ciiieatro team out with two hits
nd alsii made other phenomenal re-
corils iiuring Ihe season, killian is
six f 1 t tall and has played baseball
for three years, lb has been work
ing in a wagon factory all winter
and is in good condition to start in
and play good ball from the start.
Hock ford Uegistcr-Ca.tete.
At Ihe annual meeting of the Kvans-
ville hascliall team the following of
ficers were elected: President, (ieorge
V. Heinent. Jr.; vice president, Fred
Van Oriuan; secretary, Henry ('. Mur
phy; treasurer, ('. J. Kichel. These
men. with the following, constitute
Ihe board of directors: John .1.
Chandler, Charles Maher. A. M. Well
ind C. II. Stockwell. Following are
the platers that have been assigned:
Pitchers, polchow. Treat, Hurchell.
rorrencc, Astor and Thomas; catch-
rs. Si. isler and Vandcibilt; first base.
Nc'ius; second base and liel lers. Ken
nedy, Xchafley and Periivnl; third
base. Hoffman and McKcciian: short
stop. Khert; fielders. Payne. IU id and
Tu Cure h CiiM Id Uue liar ,
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tab-
ets. All druggists refund the money
f it fails to cure. K. W. Grove's
signature is on each box. 2e.
most quickly ef
fective thing on
earth for nature's
"house cleaning" time. In the spring it re
lieves the clogged system of the impurities
which gather from a winters inaction, pois
oning the blood and dragging down the
vitality. . Its wonderful curative and build
ing powers make it an invaluable remedy
for invalids and for all wasting diseases. It
is the standard remedy for stomach, liver
and kidney troubles.
It is simply the life-giving juice of the
grape, combined with fruits and herbs,
nature's own curative' agents.
A LARGE BOTTLE FOR 50 CENTS.
Mull's LI(rhtnin Pain Killer. Cures all Aches and rains rub it on or drink it- 23c
For Sale by Hartz 6c Ullemeyer.
I ESAT?on'-) m
Nomina but loc
al remedy or chanty
of climate will cure
The Specific is
SLY'S IMAM BtU
It Is quietly ab-
sorDed. Hives re
lief at once.
Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages
Vllays ibUamruatiiin, heals and protects the
'uiutraii restores the senses of taste and
euell. No cocaine, no lijercury. no trjur
ioii3 dniii. Keuulir siz 5()c; family size
1. at nriisrettir or hv niaiT.
ELY BUO'i'HKRS Bi5 Warren St. New York
COLD un HEAD
Dowt Be Fooled!
Take the genuine, original
ROCX.Y MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison, Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trade
murk cut on each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never soij
in bulk. Accept no subsli.
iMconroKATCDies tute. Ask your druggist.
For Drunkenness and
ed Room Suites.
Look at tlie' prices,
see the quality and de
sign?, and you'll admit
they are the best ly
25 Per Cent
That's the discount on
the entire line.
HERE'S HOW THEY RUN
Regular $10. CO &fi Aft
and Durably Constructed
& THEN WE HAVE
Q Of Xelson, fatter tt Co.,
Co., make which we will
10 SAMPLE SUITES
and Widdicount Furniture
close out at 50c on the $1.00
A large accumulation of Odd Wood Beds at 50c
on the $1.00.
Fine Hotel Dressers with French
A long line of Odd Dressers, double top, swell and
JT serpentine fronts
li 39-50, 5510.75 and 312.00
$13.75, $14.50 and $15.50
Solid Oak, extra large Dressers, swell fronts, pattern
rSi! 1 ' ii - - ni n ! r "VajJ"
Introductory Spring Sale I
FOR ONE WEEK
THIS great sale marks the beginning of our 8th year in
business. We have been with you for seven years it has
been for us seven yean of uninterrupted progressgrowing into
popular favor clay by clay until we have become the acknowledg
ed leaders in. our line. Seven years ago we inaugurated a new
era in the Furniture business. We made the furniture business
famous in Davenport and forced it to become the most exten
sively advertised line of merchandise sold in the three cities.
This sale will be as strictly as advertised irom start to
finish. Our object is to draw all present and prospective buy
ers to this great house of bargains. Come early.
?r M ,,aay-, -
Having rerenlly bought a close; out deal F J.OOO lbs.
of line Black Curled Hair, we arc enabled to make
you a full -10 lb. Mattress ia Of C A
good ticking, at Jpy.OJ
Felted Cotton Mattress, strictly CO f(
sanitary, o.r0 and pO.V
Fine Pure Cotton Top Mattresses, Cf A A
heavy tick pl.yi
Woven Wire Springs, fine pencil
Solid oak Chiffoniers, 5 deep
drawer, well made and nicely
$4.50, $5.00, 5.75
llandsoino ChiiToniors with
French plate mirrors
$6.50, $8.00, $12.00
Foot Rests, handsome
200 STYLES OF
At Same Great Reductions.
1 LOT Deep tufted and O f 7"
1 LOT with fine Rococo frames, 0f7 ((
pretty patterns V .vU
Guaraateed construction Couches, 1 1 A A
up from VA A.vJV
Solid oaV Riman Stcol, velour and damask (in
seats j )OL
f : -..i
THE GREAT WHITE ENAMEL
ED WARE. NONE SO GOOD.
Cast Iron Cook
Stoves, up from
BUCK'S STEEL RANGES 10 inch t A
BUCK'S STEEL RANGES IS inch
BUCK'S STEEL RANGES With R?0 0
reservoir P y aOV
Our Carpet Dep't.
Is all Aglow with Beautiful Spring Patterns
All wool extra super Carpets,
45c, 50c and -Extra
quality Union Carpets,
at nOe and - - - - - -35
Wc show the largest Hoc of Rug? in all sizes. Also
the best line of Booy Brussels, Velvet. Tapestry and
Solid Oak Extension Tables,
up from -Handsome
up from -Solid
Oak Long Post Cr.nc Scat
'lockers to Match