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THE AKOTTS, TKrmSDAY, FUBKUABT 19, 1903. .
ConstiDation is the rotting
fa the alimentary canal Disease germs arise from this fester-
Tntrtra urescrfbe It All drutrcists sell it at 50 cents a bottle.
Scad 10c to UiMotaf Medicine Co., Rock, UI4. I1U to cortr pottage oo Urge temple bottle.
FORSAXE IX KOCK ISLAND BY
JOHN E. BERGSTROM.
COM TBACTOB AMD BVILDEK.
Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing
will bo done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory.
' Shop Thirty-second Street end Fourteenth Avenue. Fbone 157 9 W(it
TBI TKAVBXKRS BCIDIi
CHIOAUO. KjCK ISLAND
dt Paclflo Railway Tickets
can be purchased at City
Ticket oflloe, 181 Second ave
nue, or O , R- L & P. depot
Fifth Avenue foot of Thirty
Brst street. Peoria branch depot, foot of
Twentieth ttreet. Frank H- Plummer. C. P. A.
Golden State L mited
Denver Limited A Omaba..
Ft. Worth, Denver &K. C.
Davenport & Chicago
1 Omaha A Minneapolis....
Colorado A Omaha
Dee Moines & Omaha
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.
lien Moines Express
Bt. Paul ft Minneapolis....
Denver. Ft Worth A K. C.
t Kansas City.S t Joe & Calif.
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BOCK ISLAND AND PKOBIA DIVISION
Truing leave Twentieth street station. Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
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1 11:16 am
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einnati. Blooming ton....
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Cable ft ShetTara Accom.
Arrival. tDeoarture tDalJy. except Sun
day. Phone West 1093, West 1123. West 1423.
V ouincv Depot Second
1 avenue and Twentieth street.
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St. Louis, Springfield.
Galesburg, Peoria and
Stealing, Mendota and
Peoria. Beardstown, Bur
6 35 are
lington. Denver and
Bk. Louis. Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Bterllng and points in
termediate Drtbuaue. Clinton, La
Crosse, St. Paul, Minn
and N. W
s7:40 pm I 6:25 am
7fl0an! 7:00 pm
s7)0 am! 7:00 pm
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
Stop at hock Island U5 minutes (or meals.
Dally. tDafly except Buuaay.
fLbJCl-ZTT o T tr tj w nusnmr Ma.
luWHUKLtl on 1001 OI oevenwawr
,V, .,t I, street, lieorge . ,
agent. The trnlns for Du
buque and points nor tii run
Trln for Kreeport mod Milwaukee will run
vim iyarouyuii vuuwu vu ae-vauw
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east uu west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
All tr&lna 1a.11v TOADt SundSV
Pafsengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving aw am. mu r
rivlng at 8.47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
Jacsson, Hurst & Stafford, Attorneys.
totate oi unnois, r,
Rock Island County fao'
In the Circuit Court of said county. In
chancery Foreclosure No 5017.
Home Building & Loan association of Rock
Island, vs John Grelm, i rederlka Greim, and
t l ward H. Guyer. w
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of
decree of said Court, entered In the above
entitled cause on the I3ti day of December,
A. D. 1903, 1 shall, on Saturday, the seventh
day of February, A. D., 1903, at the hour of
two o'clock In the afternoon, at the
east door of the Court Bouse, In the
City of Rock Island, In said County of
Rock Island, to satisfy fald decree, sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash In hand, that certain parcel of land
situate in the County of Rock Lsland and
State of Illinois, known and described as
Lot No. Thirty-five (35) in Guyer s First (1st)
addition to the City of ock islacd.
Dated at Molina, Illinois, this Eighth day of
January, A. D., 1903.
WAt,Ti J. Entwikiw,
Master In Chancery, Rock Island County, 111
Jackson, Hubst & bTarrouo, Complainant's
notick or ao.toubnment.
On account of no bidder or bidders being
present at the time and place of said tale io
the above notica specified, said sa e Is ad
journed until Saturday, Mtrch 7, A. D., 1903,
at 2 o'clock p. m. at the same pice.
Master in Chancery.
WILLOW BARK For
TREATMENTphfne & Tobacco
Habits. ' Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of HU
Bol. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO., .
Write tor litentora. DAKVERS, UX.
and decaying of undigested food
lug IUUS1I, WU1CU UUU well l nj iu vv u
blood. The blood becomes impure and
shortly the entire system gives way to
the unhealthy condition.
You cannot cure a case like this by
taking pills or other common cathartics.
A laxative will not do. A blood medi
cine is ineffective. Mull's Grape Tonic
is a rontlA and mild laxative in addition
to being a blood-making and strength
giving tonic which immediately builds
up the wasted body and makes rich, red
blood that carries its health-giving
strength to every tissue at every heart
Mull's Grape Tonic ia made of pure
crushed fruit juices and is 6old under a
HAItTZ & ULLkMEYEE.
If yon hsvea't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels erery day, you're ill or will bo. Kepyour
wcls open, and be well. Force, In the Khape ot
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect wsy of keeping
the bowels clear and clean is to taka
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable. Potont. Taste Good. Do
Good, Never Sickn. Weaken or Orine; 10, 25 and
E0 cents prrbox. Write for free sample, and book,
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, . Chicago or Nw Yort.
KEEP YGIIR BLOOD CLEAN
It is a Gratifying
Thing to Know
that in spite of the fact that there
are so many misleading and "fake"
advertisements published today by
"so-called" doctors the people of
Iiock Island and vicinity are taking us
at our word, and calling on us when
they feel theneed of help.
To those who have not yet done so
we would urge the necessity of act
ing at once.
If what follows applies to you,
you cannot afford to delay.
DR. GEORGE B. WOOD.
Signs of Depleted Energy
If you are disposed to find fault,
to grumble about everything about
3"u; jf litle things irritate you; if tri
fles upset you; ir you go to pieces,
so to f-peak, when anything goes
wrong in your business, you may be
certain that your system is not up to
the standard, that vour strength is
being exhausted in some way, and
that your vitality is at a low ebb.
The human organism is a vast and
complex machine. ?fo machine that
is defective can turn out good work,
and th longer the attempt to do so
continues the greater will be the
If you are not satisfied with your
conditioh call and talk it over with
us. Why not? Any why not todaj-?
We have made special searching in
vestigations on the conditions that
governs this complex machine the
Our office is equipped with the most
approved apparatus for treatment of
the afflicted. We are continually add
ing to it, regardless of expense.
Treatmentsof all cases is in the
hands of thoroughly competent phy
sicians, who are graduates of Ameri
can and foreign institutions of the
We are specialists In the treatment
of Chronic, Nervous and Private. Dis
eases of Men and Women.
We extend to everyone a most cor
dial invitation to consult us. We will
take pleasure in giving a thorough ex
amination, and will make no charge
for our opinion and advice.
Those unable to call should write
us. Correspondence sirictly confiden
tial. Wood medical Institute,
E. B. OLIVER, M. C, M. D
GEORGE B. WQOD, B. S, MJD.
Hours: 9 to 12; 1:30 to 4; 7 to 8.
Sunday, 10 to 12. , '
Second Floor, Hibernian Building.
423 Brady Street. Davenport, Ia.
BEST FjR THE
It has been stated by one of the
members cf ihe Christ Mueller com
pany that the plant down in Fiiher
town contemplated resuming opera
tions nbout the lirst week in March.
Plenty of Jogs are moored in the ice
harbor in the cove east of the mill
and It only requires a little sawing
of ice t l?ct them ready for the saws.
The company also has several rafts
in Cattail and Beef sloughs up the
river which can be brought down
here just as .soon as the rapids are
clear of ice.
Mayor Becker, Aids, llanley, Lind
holm and Cameron, and 'City Attorney
Thuenen have'returned from their sec
ond trip for the purpose of inspection
of waterworks plants, and think they
have now thoroughly mastered the
subject and will soon be ready to
make a report to the council.
W. II. Jackson, manager of the Why
clothing house since the death of the
lamented Joseph Froelich, has re
signed that position and will soon
leave the city. His successor, 1. ().
Bruden. has arrived and entered upon
his duties-yesterday. ' '
Yesterday morning Judge Bollinger
instructed the jury in the $10,000
damage suit brought by Paul Meyer
er against the Mueller Lumber com
pany, to bring in a verdict for the
defendants. Mcyerer was engaged in
work upon a runway 125 feet in
length, and had been employed there
only a few days when the accident
occurred. He was engaged in straight
ening out some slabs which had gone
awry when he got his left hand into
the unprotected cog wheels, sustain
ing such a crushing that amputation
at the wrist was' necessary.
Last night the remains of Miss
Helen (irace Campbell arrived here
from Chicago. The deceased was
aged 23 years, and was the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Alva K. Campbell, of
CJiitrgo, and a granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Campbell, of Ihls city.
She was born in. this city, but for the
most of the past 20 years has lived in
Chicago. She graduated a( Chicago
university last year, and was a bright
and charming young lady. About the
first of the year she was stricken with
heart disease and had been an in
valid since. Death relieved her of her
sufferings Monday evening1. The fu-
CJ Beardslev & Bailev, Agents.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of . dental work
call on us . before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and te our
thin elastio plate. We guarantee it
to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings '. 2SC
Bone filling .... i.. 2SC
Platinnm filling. - .' SOC
Silver fillings ... SOC
Gold fillings, $ 1 and op ..... .OO
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 400
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5,00
115 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
Genuine stamped CCC. Never sold In balk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something jast as good.
neral is to be held privately tomor
row morning from the home of Mr.
and. Mrs, J. F. Campbell, Fourteenth
street and Arlington avenue, with in
terment at Oakdale cemetery.
Or ejr Loving, a young-man who has
been a habitual hanger-on about East
Side resorts to which be was. a pr
vej'or, 'was charged with chronic
vagrancy, and was held to the grand
jury yesterday. The police state that
they are determined to break up all
loitering about thene resorts if every
male' hanger-on has to be sent before
the grand jury. Loving will have to
sit in jail until- the April term of
court, and in the interim will have
plentj- of rime to .meditate on his idle
ness. The basket show of the Academy of
Sciences was opened yesterday after
noon and disclosed one of the most in
teresting displays ever made in the
city in the line of useful arts. The
cold rather militated against a large
outpouring of the people to see the
show, but the show as such was not
injured and is -well worth the seeing.
It is an eye-opener to those people
who have thought that there is not
much in basket r v.
Architect E. S. Hammatt is recov
ering nicely from the effects of an op
eration performed a. month ago, and
is able to be at his office part of each
Next Saturday night at Lahrmann's
hall the Veteran Volunteer Firemen's
association will hold its fourth annu
al banquet and social in commemora
tion of the great Hill block lire, which
occurred on Washington's birthday,
Feb. 22, 187G.
At the rectory of the Sacred Heart
cathedral, at 2 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. Very Itev. James Davis, V. C!.,
officiating, occurred the marriage of
Conrad M. Heeney, son of Assistant
Fire Chief Michael M. Heeney. and
Miss Lucy Alfreda Walter. The bride
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Walter, of 72! Belle avenue, in Hast
Davenport, and was attended by Wil
liam Wiese anil Miss Agnes Walter, a
sister of the bride. The gown worn
by the bride was a white mousseline
de soie with pearl passementerie, and
she carried bride roses. After a wed
ding banquet at the home of the
bride's parents the couple left for a
honeymoon trip to Chicago ami Bea
ver Dam, Wis., and will be at home
after March 20 in Prospect Lane.
At 2:r0 o'clock yesterday afternoon
Justice S. A. Finger united in mar
riage, at his otlice in the city hall,
Kmil' Meier, of KIdridge. Iowa, and
Miss Minnie Ast, of Mt. Joy. Immedi
ately thereafter the judge united in
the bonds of matrimony" Ferdinand
Albertsen, of Stockton, and Lucy
Hagge. of New Liberty. At 2 o'clock
Mr. Finger married at the Allen pho
tographic studio on Brady street
Marcus Wraage . and Miss Louisa
Brandt, both of this city.
At 2:. 10 o'clock yesterday afternoon
Very Rev. James Davis, V. (i., united
in marriage, at the rectory of the
Sacred Heart cathedral. Cornelius
Marinan, of Chicago, and Miss Minnie
Stender, of this city. The groom is
an old Davenport boy anil a brother
of Officer Marinan. of the police de
partment. The bride is a well-known
Davenport young lady, who resides
on Vine street, in this city. The cou
ple will make their home in Chicago,
At noon yesterday Judge Bollinger
united in marriage, in his office at the
court house, Rudolph C. Bluedorn, of
Probstei, and Rose II. A. Siehke, of
Walcott. His honor officiated with
much dignity, and happily advised the
couple. They will make their home
upon a farm near Walcott.
' At 10 o'clock yesterday morning, at
the office, of Justice Finger, occurred
the marriage of Fred Rock, Jr.,, of
Walcott P. O.. and Miss Lizzie Pagel.
The couple will make their home af
ter March 1 upon a farm in Hickory
Last evening at 9 o'clock occurred
the death of Mrs. "Susie Leight, of
Pleasant Valley, after a lingering ill
ness. The deceased came to this city
but a short time ago partly for the
purpose of visiting with relatives
here and partly that nhe might re
ceive medical treatment. She was 34
years of age and was born in Pleasant
Valley, where her parents still reside.
She is survived by a husband. August
Leight, and three children", Lawrence,
Clarence and Katie. Besides these,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Windrow,
and four brothers, William, Adam,
Charlie and Ernest, and three sis
ters, Mrs. William Schutter, Mrs.
Thomas Watkins, Jr.. and . Miss Lou
ise Windrow, survive her. The fu
neral services will be held Friday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock from the family
home in Pleasant Valley, with inter
ment in the Pleasant Valley ceme
tery. , A Mother's Recommendation. '
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for a number of years and
have no hesitancy in saying that it is
the best remedy for coughs, colds
and croup I have ever used in my fam
ily. I have not words to express my
confidence in this remedy." Mrs. J.
A. Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale
by all druggists. "
- To Core Cold In One Dmy
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggista refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature is on each box. 25 cents.
Ktw Art Tr KJdnev I
Dr. Hobbs' Sparsims Pill cnnM ktdneyUls. P tn
Mrs. H. A. Ainsworth and Mrs Frank
Walker spoke before the carpenters'
union Tuesday night upon the advan
tages of the kindergartens as a art
of the public school' system, and their
remarks were given confirmation by
some of their hearers who followed
them with short remarks on the sub
ject.. It is the intention to visit oth
er unjons and speak of the subject in
the sessions of these bodies.
The three-year-old daughter of Mr.
and. Mrs. Axel Ekstrom, 7:3 Thirtieth
avenue, fell off a lounge she was lying
on Tuesday afternKn and broke her
left arm. Dr. Gardner was called to
replace the fracture.
Swan Olson, of 1317 Fourteenth
street, left yesterday evening for Den
ver, Colo., to make a visit with his
Miss Mills, of Rochester, Minn., left
yesterday for home. She has been
visiting her. aunt, Mrs. W. H. Cooper.
Fred Wells is at home from the
state university at Champaign for a
Yesterday evening the officers of
Emanuel Lutheran church at Walker
Station, hehl a meeting and decided
that a minister should be called. They
chose Rev. C. J. Carl, who will take
charge after he is ordained, which will
be some time in June.
About twenty-five ladies braved the
weather to attend the mothers' meet
ing Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. P. C. Simmon. Mrs. Simmon
herself was indisposed, and the ladies
were received by her two daughters.
Gertrude and Anna May, with com
mendable grace and ease. A paper
prepared by Mrs. II. D. Thompson, on
the "Proper Education of Youth." was
presented, and was later discussed by
Two men entered the storehouse
building of C. V. Swanson. the Fifth
avenue feed and produce dealer. Tues
day evening shortly after G o'clock.
loaded two bales of hay on a wajron
which they had waiting in the alley.
and drove awav. C. V. Swanson was
sitting in the office at the time, when
a clerk entered and asked him if he
had just sold some hay. On being an
sered in the negative, he informed
Mr. Swanson that parties were load
ing hay on a wagon m the alley in
the rear. .Going out with his driver.
Swanson was in time to se( the men
drive awav. 'The driver followed hem
to a barn between Seventeenth and
Eighteenth and First and Second ave
nues. A warrant was sworn out and
Officers Rose and Col mark arrested
the suspected men in Al Johnson's
saloon. Ihe officers first visited the
barn, but found nothing but broken
bales of liav and loose wire. The men
were, however, arrested on a charge
of burglary, and were locked up for
Tendency of the Times.
The tendency of medical science is
toward preventive measures. The best
thought of the world is being given
to the subject. It is easier and better
to prevent than to cure. It has been
fully demonstrated that pneumonia,
one of the most dangerous diseases
that medical science have to contend
with, can be prevented by the use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Pneu
monia always results from a cold or
from an attack of influenza (grip),
and it has been observed that this
remedy counteracts any tendency of
these diseases toward pneumonia.
This has been fully proven in many
thousands of cases in which this rem
edy has been used during the great
prevalence of colds and grip in recent
years, and can be relied upon with
implicit confidence. Pneumonia often
results from a slight cold when no
danger is apprehended until it is sud
denly discovered that there. is fever
and difficulty in breathing and pains
in the chest, then it is announced that
the patient has pneumonia. Be on the
safe side and take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy as soon as the-cold is
contracted. It always cures. For sale
by all druggists.
A Weak Stomach
causes a weak body and invites dis
ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures
and strengthens the stomach and
wards off and overcomes disease. J.
B. Taylor, a prominent merchant of
Chriesman, Texas, says: "I could
not eat because of a Weak stomach.
I lost all strength and run down in
weight. All that money could do was
done, but all hope of recovery van
ished. Hearing of some wonderful
cures effected by the use of Kodol, T
concluded to try it. The first bottle
benefitted me, and after taking four
bottles I am fully restored to my us
ual strength, weight and health."
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Riess drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
. Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm off worthless prepara
tion in place of these valuable medi
cines that have stood the test of
years, and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For sale by all
It's a mistake to imagine that itch
ing piles can't be .cured; a mistake to
suffer a day longer than you can help.
Doan's Ointment brings instant relief
and permanent cure. At any drug
Croup attacks a chflil without warning and needs immediate attention or it nav prove
serious, even fatal. If you notice aay symptoms of croup, give baby a tsmall "doso of
house I feel safe, and since it cured him I always keep a bottle in tho house,"
Do not accept some cheap imitation that contains harmful drugs. Insist on getting
"DR, BULL'S." lYice 25c See that tho "BULL'S HEAD" is on the package.
EEP YOUR EYE ON
11 your KIDNEYS.
KEEP aw box of
Dr. Gossom's Kidney and
where you may have it
handy then you
KEEP free from the
pains, lame back and
bladder troubles which
KEEP you from
feeling' as well as you
deserve and nature
intended you should.
The 50c boxes sold and
Harper House Pharmacy.
Santa Fe all tKe Way
YOl' IjKAVK KANSAS t ITV ONE IX CALIFORNIA. IT'S SANTA
fi: all Tin: way tkaix, tkack and maxack.mf.nt.
IN F1FTY-F1YF HOURS YOU'AIJ THIi CALIFORNIA LIMITFD.'
A direct route, Kanas City to Los Angeles, San Diego jmkI San
Francisco. One line to Oraml Canyon of Arizona.
Money cannot provide a finer train. Think of a travel com
fort: here it is. Cozy compartment Pullmans, sunny observa
tion parlor, a well-selected library, electric lights; also buffet -smoking
car, with barber simp and daily stock reports. Hut the
crown of it all is the dining-car service Harvey's best, which is
best in the world. Convincing facts in booklets.
Our other daily trains to California carry standard Pullmans,
tourist sleepers and chair cars.
Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe R'y.
TALES OF THEATRE
"The P.andit King." a sensational
wild west drama, was enacted. at the
Illinois last evening. There was a
well-bal:?nced company, plenty of
good scenery, and several horses w ere
introduced to add realism to one of
the many thrilling scenes.
Gideon's minstrels will lc the at
traction at the Illinois this evening.
This is one of the biggest inintrel
shows on the road, and carries :.
people, two cars, a big band, drum
corjis, many novel features in the
olio, and a carload of scenery and
effects for the first part. The princi
pal feattires of this ' aggregation are
numerous, novel and startling and in
clude many innovations in the field of
minstrelsy, while the singing portion
of the show is the strongest ever or
ganized. Skinner Harris, Dan Des
Dunes. Mat Turner and Frank Kirk
are the principal fiwimakers and will
produce the most tattered kind of
John W. Sp-ars comedians present
ing that, ever iopular success, "The
Irish Pawnbrokers," will be the at
traction at the Illinois Sunday. This
organization is one of the most popu
lar of its kind in existence today, and
the comedy now in its third success
ful season bids fair to run on like Ihe
proverbial brook, forever. The rea
son for this is the lileral policy of the
management who. with lnish outlay
and up-to-date methods succeed each
season in giving their patrons an en
joyable entertainment, full of novel
ties and hearty laughs. This, the third
edition, is by Edgar Kelden, author of
a hot "A Hot Old Time." said to le
the most popular comedy ever writ
ten. Mr. Selden is said to have fairly
outdone himself in rewriting the
"Pawnbrokers." He has conceived a
clever plot and worked out a succes
sion of incidents, situations and com
plications of most original and laugh
provoking nature. The fun is fast and
furious and the interest never lags.
The musical specialties that punctu
ate the action of the play are in a
large portion written expressly for
it. and therefore are not dragged in
to fill in time, a case so frequently t
yfpn E W It willrelicvc it instantly and
H R 1 IS H cure It in a night. No danger
V W if from choking after you have
given baby one or two doses.
Every mother should keep a bottle of Dr.
Bull'3 Cough Syrup in tho house to be pre-
puruu Lvr uuuen clluicks ot croup.
g:;e bottle cubed her d:-y.
Mrs. Mary Olssoncf 539 Clinton Ftreet.
Brooklyn, if. Y,, writes: 41 My little bov,
three years old, caught the croup and "I
concluded to try Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup,
as I have more faith in it than in doctors.
He was sobn relieved after a few doses
only, and entirely cured of the croup and
bronchial trouble after having taken oue
bottle of Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup. When
I have this old reliable remedV in the
H. D. Mack, Cen.Agt
seen in the average comedy. Klabor
ates scenic investments will be en
tirely new with wardrolx of the most
lavish description promised. The com
pany headed by the celebrated farce
comedy star triumverate consists of
2't people, including the famous beau
In "The Second Mrs. Tanijueray"
Rose Coghlan presents probably the
best. :u(l certainly the most discussed
of Pinero's plays, at the Illinois next
Monday niyht. "The Second Mrs.
Tampieray." is a woman who appeals
to the sympathy of her audience.
She is watched with pity. Her strug
gle against conditions arising from
her own sins is a gallant one. but is
conducted against overwhelming odds.
iet it be said that her recognition of
her failure and sorrow for it; and her
own self infliction, are the chief caus
es of her tragic end. The play has
strong scenes, an abundance of witty
dialogue-, and is full of brilliant Pine
ro Ihui mots which compel a smile.
There is no exaltation of wickeness
or abandonment of virtue made pal
able. Miss Coghlan's performance of
Paula will be found to rank with that
of Duse, Xethersole, Mrs. Kendal and
Mrs. Patrick Campbell. Her gowns
and supporting company will also
bear comparison with her only four
competitors who have assumed this
most trying role in the United States.
The music of "King Dodo." which
comes to the Illinois Wednesday, has
all that subtle charm and fascination
which (iustitv Landers instilled into
the texture of his previous success.
"The F.tirgomaster." The melodious
atmosphere of the entire perform
ance is fragrant and heavy with har
monious exhiliration. It has undis
puted power and popularity, and
many of the numbers are of that
class which will be whistled as were
those of the predecessor. Among the
most notable songs are "The Tale of
the Bumble Bee," "Look in the Book
and See," "A .lolly Old Potentate."
Twr Hearts Made One." "The Kmi-
nent Doctor Fizz," "The Cat Quartet,"
"I'll Do or Die," "OH Father Time,"
-The Lad Who teads," and "I Adore
Thee." An augmented orchestra is
included in the organization, and the
rendering of the orchestration will
be a musical treat. .