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THE APGTJ9, BATU ftP AY, OCTOB ER IS, 1902.
The steady rain that bt-q-an falling
:il)ont dark last evening and eontiu-ni-il
till after theatre-proing- time de
prived many IJoek Island people f
an opportunity to enjoy a perform
ance that those -who ivere present
must enneede represented the aeine
of erfeetion in band music. The
ISanda Knssa, tinder the - leadership
of Sifjtior Sorrcntino, fully sustained
its reputation and in a program that
included both the classical and the
popular delighted the music lover:-,
who had braved the storm. Trie or
pa nidation seems to et out of if
piece all the arniony and all th;
jneiody there is in it and heart ami
soul are added through the person
ality of the leader. No one who has
a spark of the musical in his beinp
can fail to respond to their perform
Thfluniioiiiiceinent that the engage
ment 'of the "Prime of Vilsen." tit tht
Studcbaker theatre in Chicago, is
but a limited om has been receivel
with expressions of regret by those
who have had an opportunity to wit
ness the new I'ixlev & Luder.s
musical eoniedy. It is conti
dcnllv as.-.erttvl that the "Trinee"
could on enjoying unlimited pcpu
larity at the Miehrjan avenue amuse
ment house for an indefinite period,
were it not for the fact that "the
Castle Square Opera company is
booked to appear there early in iJe
ccmber. Certainly no production has
scored a jrreater success than the
"I'rince of I'il.-en" has achieved dur
int the past four weeks. It has bro
ken all box office records on two oc
casions, and the p pularity of the
bright, refreshing creation seems yet
to be on the ascendency. It has de
veloped into a truly remarkable hit
anil Chicago is voicing its approval in
a most enthusiastic wav.
The ai;i!ii:iiceni( nt that Thomas
Jefferson is to pay us a visit today
-M. ). HICC.IXS. IX "THE Sl-XKKT
lias awakened the interest of our bet
ter class of theatro-sricrs to no small
extent. From sire to jrTie name of
JetTerson and "Kip Van Winkle" will
always live, as Thomas Jefferson, it i.-
said, has been so successful as that
lovable vagabond. "Kip," that he can
continue playing it on for years to
c::me. the theatre-going public never
tiring of dear old "Kip" and his dog
"The Secret Dispatch." the latest,
smd in some respects the strongest
of the list of solidly good American
plays written by David Higgins, will
1 e the attraction at the Illinois thea
ter tomorrow evening. Dy careful
and conscientious writing and atten
tion to the rational use of his materi
al, David Higgins has built for him
self a reputation for fine play-making-.
His stories everyone have the
ring of earnestness and show a full
appreciation of the vast opportuni
ties offered by American life to the
dramatist. There is no straining nf-
DO HOT LIKE DRAMA
Biddle Brothers Object to Style
of Play Involving Fami
DEALS WITH NOTORIOUS CASES
AYIiich the Complainants, "Who Are
VeIl Behaved, Are Op
Crr.nd Ilapicls, Midi., Oct. IS. um.
r.nd William Biddle, brothers of Jack
and lid Diddle, the notorious outlaws
v. ho were killed after their escape from
jail at Tittsburg, are residents of this
city. What brings them Into public no
tice just row is the fact that a melo
drama founded upon the escapades of
their brothers called "A Desperate
Chance" is holding the boards at a lo
cal theater, and the brothers, who are
incensed because of this, are endeavor
ing to prohibit the manager from con
tinuing the play on the road even be
fore the company arrived here.
Of Vantly Di.Terent Natare.
The brothers here are vastly differ
ent characters from their notorious and
fated brothers, they being Fober and
industrious, each enjoy in? the con0-
THE T HI EAT
'"T" ""j j j " "
ln "THE STOSKS1'
takes unusual pleasure in announcing-
tki forthcoming- engagement ol
ter effect, and yet Mr. Iligins i.-
too wise to suppose that a good en
tertaining play can be made out f a
bowl of bread i-.ir.l milk and a dic
tionary i f word.s.
GEORGIA WALDKOX, IX "LP YOKK
theatrical season. The play tells an
intensely interesting story of life in
Xew York's smart set. Miss de Wolf
has always been known as one of the
best dressed women on the American
stage, and the gowns worn by the
members of her company in "The Way
of the World" are the smartest modes
from the workshops of Lafarriere,
I'aquin and Collet, and were designed
especially for the production by Miss
de Wolf. The advent of ., a Clvdt
Fitch play brings the promise of un
usual dramatic interest always. sine
Mr. Fitch has never depended on
hackneyed themes and situation for
the working oat of his dramatic ma-
A ITI W.. .. 41... At l.T
leriai. i lie 01 me -01 m - j
deace'tiT Iifs iUjIo.ver.'"W"ilfiani is the
night manager of the White Elephant
restaurant on Canal street, and George
holds the iiosition of night clerk at the
Ackley hotel. The lwiys here say that
all they knew- of their brothers' crim
inal lives was what they read in the
Like IUI-s lief ore the Scythe
Da by lives are destroyed in summer
by cholera infantum. The attack of
the disease is sudden, its progress is
sometimes terribly rapid. Mothers
who have given their children Perry
Davis' Painkiller can tell how this
treatment has checked the diarrhoea
and vomiting-, and put the little pa
liebt out of danger. 25 and 50 cents.
The Womt Form.
Mutitudes are singing the praises
of Kodol, the new discovery which is
making so many sick people well and
weak people strong by digesting what
they eat, by cleansing and sweeten
ing the stomach and by transform
ing their food into the kind of pure,
rich, red bTood that makes you feel
good all over. Mrs. Cranfill, of Troy,
I. T., w rites: "For a number of years
I was troubled with indigestion and
dyspepsia which grew into the worst
form. Finally I was induced to use
Kodol, and after using four bottles I
am entirely cured. I heartily rec
ommend Kodol to all sufferers from
indigestion and dyspepsia." Take o
dose after meals. . It digests what you
eat. All druggists. . .
The i!iiina;i -merit of the Illinois
Miss Klsie de Wolf, the beautiful
young society actress, whose succes-;
in Clyde Fitch's, ell-national comedy
drama. "The Wj f of the Worll." was
a notable feat rife i f Xew York's last
. TZ -'r -
perhaps the strongest of his many
clever plays-. Certainly a two hundred
nights' run in the metropolis would
seem a sufficient indorsement of
its merit. There are tie acts, an
automobile scene, the Christening
party introducing a bishop in full
robes a n.l a strong airl unusual c!i
iiax. a musical party scene evoked
much favorable comment from the
press because of its faithfully repro
duced atmosphere and gorgeous
gowns, and :hi election parade in
I rout of Madison Scjuare (iariien at
nighl with a realistic accompaniment
of fireworks and lirass baud and the
general acclamation attculant up
on such occasions. Chief among Miss
lie Wolfe's excellent support'ng com
pany is John Mason, dear to the heart
of the matinee girl, and a general
favorite with the theatre-going pu!
lic. Other well known players in
Rip Van Winkle
the -ast are Miss ('race lleyer. W.
T. Kllwanger. Harrison Hunter, Alison
Skipworth, Miss I'obinson-DntT, V.
H. Post. Irene Hobson, Fred Court
ney, Helena Otis, Lester Keith,
Charles W. Dawd, Thomas Moore.
Frederick Wallace. Master (ieorge
Wright, IJalph Theodore, Kvelyn
Wood. James Darton. Lydia Winters
and May Weaver. Miss de Wolfe's ap
pearance in the city is "announced
for Thursday, Oct. 2.1.
The rural play, "l'p York State,"
which has made such a pronounced
success wherever produced, will be
Chicago, Oct. 13 Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotation
In today's markets:
Oct. ; ....;
Ilec, 7i-i 72: 73
May. 73-; 74X; 73:74 .
Oct.. V: 60U;ent4;l4.
Dec, ft2;MS: f2i: t3'i.
May, '; ?; U;t-.
' Oct., 31?,: 31: 31:3I.
Dec. new. 31 K: 31 : 3l!,4: 31'i.
May, 32W; 32; 32!i: 32V4-.
Oct., 17.50b: 17.50: 17 50: I7.E0
Jan.. m.uO: 16.05: 15.95: 15 95.
May, 15.10; 15.17; 15 05; 15.05.
Oct., 11 20: 11.20: 11.07: 11. i3
Jan., tt.S2: 9.3 : 9.20: 9 25
May, 8.55; 8.57; 8.47; 8.50.
Oct.. 13.00: 12 00: 12 00: 12.00.
Jan., 8.40: 8.47 : 8.42: 8.42 .
May, 8.05; 8 06: &05: 8.06.
Receipt today: Wheat 108. corn 340, oats
245, hogs M.noo: cattle 500, sheep 2.50U.
Hoes at Kansas City 5.oon, cattle 1,000;
hogs at Omaha 3.000. cattle 300.
Hog market opened strong.
Hos left over s.700.
Light. 6.75!j7.4i: mtxed and butch
ers. HSiftTte; good heavy, 16.7037.65; rougb
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hog market openrd steady.
Light, 6. 707. 4t: mtxed and butchers. K 80
(a-.tt: good heavy, a.70&7.6o; rough heavy,
6.7Utt6 60. .
Cattle market dull and weak.
Hog market closed weak and 5c lower.
Light, fi MZl S.V mtxed and ti"tcner 5
t7o: good heavy, a 6fKa7.eo; roush heavy,
U 70a 6.90.
Cattle market closed dull
"Siheep market closed weak..
New York Bank Statement.
New York, Oct. 18. Reserves Increased
presented at the Illinois next Friday.
Kegarding it the Kansas City Star
of Monday last says: "In 'l'p York
State nt the Grand this week, David
Higgins and Georgia Waldron have a
rural play that is the best vehicle
those, stars have ever had. It Ls to be
remembered that Miss Waldron and
Mr. Higgins had much success with
"At Piney Kidge which they wrote and
played. After the play was shelved
the author-actors produced 'Courting
at Green's The play was not just
what was wanted, however, and two
acts of it were rewritten and the
title was changed to 'l'p York State".
The rewritten play has many features
to make it interesting. The stars.
Georgia Waldron and David Higgins,
have surrounded themselves with n
good ca--t with one or two exceptions.
John II. Cumpson portrays a fat boy
cleverly, Kthel Kent was surprising!,-,
good in a "Sis Hopkins part, Arthur
I'eevcs, Frank l'.uowan. Winifrel
Gray and Hose Adellc all were well
cast. The stage settings are artistic,
particularly the scenery for the last
The chorus 'girls of "The Storks"
company, announced for its initial
IJoek Island production Satur
day, Oct. may be considered ex
ceptional for many reasons. Firsth.
at a recent beauty contest held b:
Chicago, they were awarded the
wreatli of glory. Secondly, eac h and
every one has been selected for a par
ticular stage fitness, as "The Storks"
may be classified as a chorus piece,
inasmuch as more than half of the
twenty-tive musical numbers are ren
dered willi chorus effect, and one of
tlie most popular songs. "The Picnic,"
is sung and enacted entirely by the
chorus, the majority of the girls of
which have small solo parts. Thirdly,
every player in "The Storks" is under
studied by a chorus boy or girl, maiiy
of which as a consequence, draw big
salaries even though they may only
do chorus work all season and never
have the much cherished opportuuity
"to shine as a principal, which natur
ally ..substantiates the statement that
"The Storks" chorus array is the
highest salaried of any en tour. Kicii
ard Carle, one of the authors, also the
leading comedian and stage director
of the piece, has been given full sway
relative to cerything appertaining
to the stage, anil is internationally
celebrated for his fastidiousness rela
tive to pretty girls, artistic irroup
ings nnd fancy dances, and for the
first time in his career, he acknowl
edges that his ideas have been ma
terialized, and he is satisfied. Front
all accounts he should bo congratu
lated. Illinois Theatre Hnnrlny, Ort '.'G-
Miss Bessie ttennett.
Wood & Ward's big company presenting-
their splendid spectacular
comedy, "The Two Merry Tramps."
Common sense prices, 25, 35 and 50
14.080.900: loani decreased. 19.197.100: specie
increased. II, 773.810: iepals decreased. 3.
4(10: dennsits derreanpit l-'UKiin- rireulation
New York Stocks.
New York. Oct. 18. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. Pacific 74. sugar 124: C. ft A. com. 375i.
ras 104 u. I'euna. iH5. b. & O. 109. C R. I. ft
P. 00. c. M. & St. Paul 102. Manhattan 135.
Pacific Mail Atchison com . 907. W. U.
Tel. Co. 92. N. Y. Central 157. L. & N.
I39. B. R. T. MH, KilR. com. M. leather
com. I4i. copper Atchison ptd. 101 H. U.
S. Steel ptd 91. U. S. Steel common 4li.
Missouri Pacific 111., Union Pacific common
l6Ji. coal and iron Kric common 3fa,
Wabash ptd 50!4. Can Pacific 137H. Republic
Steel common 22t, Republic Steel ptd. ...
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Lire
Stock. Feed and FneL
Rock Island.Oct. 18-Pollowing are the quo
tations on the local market:
Butter Creamery 12c, dairy Wc.
EpRS Fresh UK.
Live poultry -Spring chickens W W to 3
per dozen, hens 8c ier pound, ducks 8c
Vegetables Potatoes. oc to Snc
Fruit Apples &0c t,o 75c per busheL
IJ ve Stock.
Cattle Steers 11.6) to 17.00. cows and
hetters I3.no to 85.ni. calves I5.no to 8 so.
Hops Mixed and butchers 8rt.5l to 87 is
Sheep - Yearlings or over, per cwt. 13 00 to
13 so. Lambs per head 13.75 to 15.00.
. Fed and Fuel.
Grain Corn 72c, bats, new Jrc to 40;
Forage Timothy hay. to lis. prairie
to to baled prairie f 9 baled timothy. 112.
Wood Hard, per load 5.00.
Coal- Lump, per bushel 13c slack, per
All the news all the time The
NEWS IN OUTLINE.
The National German Epworth
League Union is holding its annual
convention at St. Ixmis.
- The Ilaytian revolution is about end
ed. Firuiln and some of his leading
supimrters have gone to the F alia mas.
Hecause his wife sued for divorce,
Archibald Wood in. of Mount Pleasant,
Mich., murdered his father-in-law, Jo
seph (itilick. his mother-in-law and his
daughter. IS months old.
An auction sale of some of the ef
fects of Edward Xoyes Westcott, an
ther of "David Harum," brought $73.
The Grand hotel at Point Chau
tauqua, X. Y., one of the largest and
finest hotels around Chautauqua lake,
ashes... I.oss. $200,M)O.
Lord Kitchener has started for India
to assume command of the lliltish
Crops all over the world are re
port ed late, but pretty good.
O. II. Peekhard. of St. Louis, lias
been elected-president of the candy
Archbishop Guidi, the apostolic dele
gate in the Philippines, has started
for the islands.
Xear Cruger. Miss., three children of
Mrs. Moorehcad were burned to death
while she was absent on an errand.
She locked thein in the house.
The Tucker Wood Kiui factory in
Urhaua, ()., was entirely destroyed by
llre. Loss. 70.(Xm). Charles Migret,
son of the watchman, was burned to
President Poosevelt dined last night
at the home f Attorney General Knox,
where Secretary Hoot also was a guest.
The Duchess of Marlborough is at
Vienna for the purpose of undergoing
treatment for a severe catarrhal affection.
Is it a burn? I'se Dr. Thomas LY
lectric Oil. A cut? I'se Dr. Thomas'
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i lentitying at thisoittce
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MEN Our illustrated catalogue explains
how we teach barber trade in short time,
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TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
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THEONLY FLOKISTS witnlntbe city limits.
Call and see us. 1115 Fifteenth street. The
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house plants. Cut flowers and designs.
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The Leader, g,,e Harper
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"H. "G. SB." &; "S. 38."
IS OUR MEN'S
VICI SHOE AT $2.00
We have made :i npecinl effort to arc
a shoe built that is light but duralde
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Call for No. 53.
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FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with
gas. bath and heat, can at uia aecona ave
nue. FOR RENT OR SALE A C-room cottage in
South Rock Island. Inquire ot W. t:
FOR RENT Two good rear office rooms
over Schneider s snoe store. ,i. w. Mew
FOR RENT Rooms furnished or unfur
nished with heat ana Datn at tsso Twenty
FOR RENT A nicelv furnished front room
very reasonable, suitable tor lady or gen
tleman, at 2733 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms
with all modern conveniencesthree Mocks
from the court house. 122s Fourth avenu.
FOR RUNT-Eight rooms to rent separately
by the day or week. Ail modern con
veniences and newly furnished, at 8327
FOR KENT HOUSES.
FORREST A 5-room cottage. Inquire at
2W Fifth-atd-a-half avenue.
FOR KENT Four rooms on Third avenue
at $7 per month. Inquire at 1110 Third
FOR RENT - The small store in the Maucker
building between Maucker & Tonn's gro
cery and Battles shoe store. Inquire of
W. C. M xucker.
TOR RENT-A modern store room on Ninth
street between Eighth and Ninth avenues.
Inquire at soutnwest corner Sixteenth
street ani First avenue.
FOR RENT A bouse of five rooms with
modern improvements corner of Twelfth
avepue and seventeenth street Inquire
of J. D. Beecher. 8m Seventeenth street
FOR KENT-A modern 7 rrom house with
bath, hot and cold water, furnace heat, lo
cated on Sixth avenue east of Twenly
tivhth street. Inquire of E. J. Burns,
room II. Mitcheil & Lynde, building.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
FR SALE lis acre ot land seven miles
from Kock Island, at tiO an acre. Inquire
of McCaskrin & McCaskrin.
FOR SALE - Fruit, stock and grain farms.
Vinevaras turn trom 40 to ft per cent
yearly. Send tor catalogue. D. H. Walk
er. Paw Paw, Mich.
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twenty-second street addition.
For terms Inquire of R S. Dart, Jackson &
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE A 10-acre fruit farm, acknowl
edged to be one of the Hues I in Rock Is
land county. One and one-half mile from,
cltv limits. Will lake some city dwelling
property in exchange. Parties going to
retire. Appl to Seidy Bros., 4 Mitchell &
FOR SALE Houses from $l,2c0 up. Lots in
all parts ot the city: prices to suit: also
lots in Moline and East Moline. Some
chances for investment. Some important
business locations. Farms in Illinois and
Iowa. Great opportunities to iuvest in
western farm . lands. It vou want to sell
or buv see us. 1803 Second a.venue. Tay
lor & son.
FOR SALE Stock farm. Best stock farm
in Green county. Iowa, must lie sold in 80
days and can be bought at a bargain on
easy terms. There are 440 acres, close to
school, rural mail, telephone, fair hou-e,
large barns, cribs, orchards, and in excel
lent neighborhood. Price $S2 SO per acre.
Write at once to George H. Gallup, Jeffer
FOR SALE Lots in Wood in a addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42xlJft feet with 80-foot alley
and nine feet of good rich soil lying on
limestone rock. An abundant supply of
pure water can be had at a small expense
by drilling 30 feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 20 feet apart along the curb. If
you are interested in a cheap building lot,
the price and terms that these lots are of
fered for will suit you. Call or addresa S.
J. Woodin. 92Z First avenue.
FOR SALE Choice bargains in building
lots, cottages and houses, tor sale in all
parts of tlie city; houses rented; rents col
lected: tnonev to loan on real estate se
curity at current rates; Bre and tornado
insurance written in oldest and most re
liable companies: we also have some good
real estate investments netting 8, 9 and 10
per cent: list your property with us, we
can sell it: telephone union 21: we are in our
oflice every Saturdav evening the year
around. If you want to bay or sell proper
ty you will save time and money by com
ing direct to our office, over People's Na
tional Bank. Goldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A dairy business and first class
restaurant. Inquire ot McCaskrin & Mc
Caskrin. FOR SALE A family horse, harness and
buggy tor sale cheap. Inquire at K09
FOR SALE A ' fine black horse, stands It)
hands high, weighs between 1000 and luiM.
broke single or double, sired by Edray
mond. Inquire I803't Second avenue.
FOR SALK - A bargain iu an almost new
Kimball piano. Must be sold at once and
tor cash For further particulars call at
Dr. Pearsall-s residence, 409 Twenty-third
FOR SALE-SHI and $40 order-made suits
and overcoats in Qrst class condition. Alo
all kinds of jewelry, furniture, musical
instruments, firearms and ammunition at
a great bargain. We also loan money on
all the above mentioned articles. Greater
New York Loan bank, 30 Twentieth
street. Phone 633 brown.
FOR SALE Machinery. One lS-horse up
right steam engine, one 10-horse upright
steam engine in tirst-claas running order,
2ft-horse steam engine: 2.3. 6. 8, 12. 16. 24-horse
gasoline engines. AH in tlrst-c lass order,
ready to be delivered in 5 davs Two
Kl-hore power boiless. lull fronts. In
Orst-class order and readv to be delivered
la 24 hours. Apply at 819-321 Nine
teenth street, Moline Seal and Stajnp
Works, Moline, 111. Phone Z328, long distance.