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THIS AKGTT8, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1903.
gram will be rendered each evening.
This evening Mrs. Ida Archer Smith
will render some choice music. Pro
gram: Instrumental music, Frank
Freistat; solo, Mrs. Ida Archer Smith;
instrumental solo, Mr. Bacon.
Fair tonight and Wednes
day; moderate temperature.
Temperature At 7 a. m.48;
at 2:30 p. m. 68.
Mississippi River Gems
Part of a $100,000
CHARLES B0 EH ME ON TRIAL
Stoves at Wilcher's.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Robb's cab or 'bus same price.
Tri-City Towel Supply company
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
"Bright Side of Libby Prison" next
All kinds of coal for sale at the Rock
Island Lumber company.
Make your plans to hear Bishop Mc
Cabe next Tuesday night.
The special retort holds steady fire
for :?( hours. See them at Summers .
For tin and furnace work, see 11. T,
6iemon,152G Fourth avenue. Union 283
Only 11 more days of the piano con
test. Save all your coupons. Young
Save a quarter of a dollar for Me
C'abe's lecture next Tuesday night at
the Methodist evhureh.
The special retort is the most suc
cessful soft coal stove tn the market.
See them at Summers.
Bureau, wall or steamer trunks, and
your name put on, at Trunk Factory,
220 Brady street, Davenport. Iowa.
Trinity Guild will meet with Mrs. E.
E. Lawyer tomorrow afternoon at
2:30 at No. 831 Twenty-first street.
The Naval Reserves have completed
the repapering of Armory hall in time
for their regular dance this evening.
Coin's opening day, Saturday, Oet.
21, 317 Twentieth street. Souvenirs
given away. Call and see the new
The alumni and present school of
Brown's Business college are to have
a spelling match at the college this
Sylvan District Court of Honor No.
391 will give an entertainment tomor
row evening at Carse's hall. Admis
sion, 1. cents. Friends are invited.
After Oet. 25 F. A. Krausp will run
his meat market on a strictly cash
bat is, but will sell meats at wholesale
prices. No. 610 Ninth street.
Don't forget the Illinois Social club
dance every Wednesday evening at
the Illinois reception hall, Illinois
theatre building. Admission, gents 3.1
cents, ladies free. Good music.
The recital to be given by Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Bjorksten at the Au
gustana auditorium next Thursday ev
ening is to be the musical treat of the
season. Tickets now on sale.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of B. of 1J. T.
will hold a hard time supper at Kn
ginerr's hall. Fifth avenue and Thir
tieth street tomorrow night. Supper
from .1:30 to S. Tickets, 24 cents.
Mrs. T. I. Reidy will resume in
struction in voice culture, commenc
ing Monday, Oct. 10, paying special
attention to breathing, tone-placing,
tone-building, phrasing, etc. No. 2321
Fifth avenue. 'Phone 1401 west.
Rev. F. A. Heisley has called a meet
ing of the men of Trinity church
Thursday evening of this week for
the purpose of learning the sentiment
on a proposition to reorganize the So
ciety of St. Andrew. The meeting is
called for 7:30.
Julius LeDent and Emi! YanNeste.
who had a fight yesterday afternoon,
were fined $j each Tor disturbing the
peace. Peter Van Nelle was charged
with butting in during the scrap and
pulling a knife on YanNeste. Yan
Nelle was fined $. also.
The fire department received a call
at 2:20 this afternoon to 710 Fourth
street, the home of Dennis Shehan,
where children playing in a shed set
fire to a pile of hay and rubbish. The
flames were extinguished when the
department arrived. ' Nominal dam
fffc. This evening the members of the
Tri-City Press club will be entertain
ed at the new Manufacturers hotel
in Moline as guests of the manage
ment of the hostelry. The scribes
have prepared an excellent program
for fbe event, which is to include
short talks by speakers from each of
the three cities.
The opening meeting last evening in
the week's revival at Memorial Chris
tian church was largely attended.
Rev. O. Y. Lawrence delivered a ser-
men cn "Conversion" and Miss Mary
Yeager sang a solo, "1 Hear Them
Tell of a Wondrous Country." The
meetings continue every evening ex
cept Saturdays for three or four
.weeks. There will be special music
Funeral services over the remains
of Hans Adolph Bertelsen were con
ducted Sunday afternoon by Rv. C.
A. Mennicke, pastor of the German
Lutheran church, at the home of de
ceased's son. John Bertelsen, in South
Heights. Interment was in Chippian
nock, Ed Hein, Clans Dan, Hans Stol
tenberg and John Kruse, of this city,
Fred Kuehl, of Milan, and Ernest
Goeme, of Davenport, serving as pall
bearers. The annual fair in aid of the Sacred
Heart church will open this evening
in the hull. Twenty-eighth street and
Fifth-and-a-half avenue, and will con
tinue 10 nights. The hall has been
tastefully decorated and elegant do
nations are displayed upon the nu
merous booths. A flue musical pro
Accaned of Barrlarlzlnjr a Saloon Other
Case In Court.
Charles Boehme, of this city, under
indictment for burglarizing the Tos
etti saloon. Fifteenth street and Sec
ond avenue, was placed on trial be
fore a jury in the circuit court today.
J. F. Witter is defending and State's
Attorney Weld prosecuting.
The case of Milton J. Shelley, cited
for contempt in failing to obey in
junction to remain away from his
wife's home pending the hearing of
her suit for divorce, was referred to
the master in chancery.
Arguments in the Steitz-Rosenthal
will case were concluded and the
court took the matter under advisement.
MRS. CHAS. MAJOR DIES
Kxplret at Xoon Todar at 813 Thirteenth
Mrs. Charles Major, of Ransom. 111.,
died of heart trouble at noon today,
at 230 Thirteenth street, where she
hail been making her home since Aug
ust. She leaves, besides her husband,
her mother, 83 years old, and four
brothers and six sisters. Mrs. Major
was 31 vears old.
Boats down were the Kit Carson
and Mary B. with logs; the Ruth, Col.
A. Mackenzie, Winona and Gardie
Eastman. The Gardie Eastman and
Winona went north.
At 6 a. m. the stage of water was
10.33, and at noon it was 10.40. The
temperature at noon was tG.
At the Harper K. M. Baker, Peo
ria; J. Greenfelder, Cincinnati; E. M.
Hobords, Springfield, Mo.; C. F. Pat
terson and wife. Sundasal. III.; Mrs.
L. Gault, Sparta; E. II. Conway, Chi
cago; C. L. Jones. Chicago; F. Sea
cord, Galesburg; St. Clair Eastman,
Chicago; F. Lohdcl, Chicago; A. C.
Stiers, Tuscola, 111.; .1. .1. Reloe. Jack
sonville; E. E. Bone. Springfield. III.;
J. K. Payton, Springfield. 111.; W. A.
Bradford, Springfield, 111.; J.C.John
son, Petersburg; M. Gordon, Dwight,
III.; O. De Cris. Toledo, 111.; H. J. Put
nam. New York; J. II. Dorflinger. New
York; T. Biggins. Nenich. Wis.; F. M.
Iliggins, Rock Falls; M. D. Rosenfield,
Moline; J. R. Keneley. Chicago; 11. B.
Murdoek. Cincinnati; H. G. Davis, Chi
cago; K. Colin, New York; S. Tillson,
Rochester, N. Y.; E. McKay, Manoa;
Mrs., I). S. Anderson, Manoa; Mrs. M.
Kay lor, Decatur; Mrs. M. Pharet, De
catur; M. J. Keeler, Chicago; F. M.
Burroughs and wife. Chicago; E. T.
Gilbert, Chicago; M. Robinson, Chica
go; H. 1'. Caldwell and wife, Chicago;
W. J. Morgan and wife, Chicago; L.
N. Lykke, Chicago; II. D. Burton. Chi
cago; W. G. Edens and wife. Chicago;
II. Styan. Sandones; A. E. Bach. Otta
wa; G. J. Keim, Ottawa: H. W. Bal
linger, Chicago; W. O. Hitchcock, N.
M. Green, J. N. Roe. C. W. Baldwin. J.
M. Unco. E. C. Kace. F. W. Hoyte, 11.
W. Comfort. J. 1. Power. Peoria; E.
O. Baumgarten, Chicago; W. A.Stark,
Memphis. Tenn.; J. .1. Lines; .1. Rega,
Cleveland; A. Gieseman, New York;
D. L. Duckworth and wife. Le Roy,,
III. ; W. J. Johnston, Galesburg; A. G.
Freaks, Yista; F. Tracy. Yista; A. II.
Pinter. Chicago; F. .1. P.eggs, Areola,
111.; J. II. Springer. .Id.. Detroit; E. B.
Bucker. Chicago; R. W. Walker, Chi
cago; S. Meyer. Morrison. 111.; M. M.
Stone. Morrison. 111.: B. Thomson.
Fulton; J. M. Daugherty and wife.
( hillicothe. 111.; R." E. Porter, New
Sharon. Iowa; R. W. Sweeney, Gales
burg; II. . Ryno. Easton, 111.; G. K.
Linton, Lewiston; G. M. Blakeslee.
Le wist on; E. W. Richardson. Concord,
N. II.; W. J. Spencer, Canton. 111.; II.
Wrtan. Cincinnati; J. E. Dertinge
and wife. BushncU; W. W. Fay, Chi
cago; B. F. Marsh, Warsaw, III.; F. C.
Smith and wife. East St. Louis; G.
Moody and wife. Adel. 111.; L. T. My
ers; .7. M. Allison; R. J. McElvain,
Murphyston, N. Y.; J. G. Whiting.
Canton; M. .7. Gorman, Canton; C. M.
Fleming; W. D. Perry, Table Grove:
A. E. Simonson, Denver; C. II. At
wood. Sterling; J. E. Jewett, Lincoln.
111.; W. O. Paisley. Lincoln, III.: F.
Falke,. Chicago; E. W. Darling. Chica
go; .1. i. oght, 1 nicago; v. 11. Mil
der, Chicago; A. Adler, Chicago; Dr.
.1. G. Cummings. Metropolis; II. Ahl-
rr.an. Chicago; R. D. Kearns. Wood
hull; M. E. Overstreet, Woodhull; .7.
II. Barkley and wife, Woodhull; J. J.
Winters, Carbondale; C. G. Averill,
Springfield, III.;. II. E. Doty, Chicago;
D. Roberts, Chicago; W. Day, Clinton:
.7. .7. I n me. Chicago; George Mosely,
Chicago; F. A. Pacey, Buckley: .7.
Regan, Chicago; C. Burgoyne, Chica
go; M. F. Dun la p. Jackson ville; C. A.
Barnes. Jacksonville; F. F. Brown and
wife, Chicago; C. E. Smith, Hoopes
ton; M. C. Yeazel. East Lynn; S. R.
Bruner, Catlin; F. .7. Howard, Ross
ville; R. W. Noble and wife, Bethany;
W. Noble and wife. Fossland; A. L.
Ritten, Murphysboro; E. T. Geist, I.
F. Parsons, W. W. Smith. II. Graif,
Joliet; I. W. Klausen, Shelby ville; H.
E. Flesher, Lexington; .7. H. Leaton.
Rloomington; .7. II. Shriver, Windsor,
III. ; F. G. Wood, Girafd; .7. R. Wood
ward, Thayer; .7. B. Meneley, Rantoul,
111.; W. D Leeper, Chandlerville; Dr.
and Mrs- W. A. Alexander, Carterville;
S. T. Burnett. Springfield; L. D. Gass,
Danville; A. A. Partlow, Danville; .7.
E. Monfield, Cubat 111.; W. J. Boiler,
RANK WITH ORIENTAL ONES
Arc Sent to India and Drilled to
Two large pearls, taken from the
Mississippi river 'within a short dis
tance of Muscatine, form a part of a
necklace of gems of that class, which
has "just been sold in Paris for $100.
000. Forty-one pearls, three of which
were purchased for $10,000 each, all
matched as to size, color and luster,
are contained in the necklace, and
many of them were taken from the
Mississippi. The necklace is now in
Paris, but in a short time it will be
sent to India and drilled. Then it w ill
be brought back to the United States
with an additional $100,000 tacked
onto the price and sold to a wealthy
Not the Only Kind.
It has long been a popular concep
tion, fostered by jewelers, that the
oriental pearl is the only kind worth
having. They are deceived. Pearls
are coming daily into the United
States from Paris and London that
were found in the Mississippi river
and in the Black and White rivers of
Arkansas. They go to Paris, which
is the European market for pearls,
and are sent from Paris to India.
The necklace in question contain
41 pearls, weighing 1,035 grains, or an
average of 47.2 grains per pearl. An
expert spent four years in making the
Newman. 111.; B. L. Steward, I). H.
Bowen, C. Mason, C. W. Slaughter,
Danville; N. E. Randolph, Chicago; M.
II. Williamson, Chicago; II. L. Betelle,
New York; W. J. II. Pike. Chicago;
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sumnerfield. Chica
go; C. H. dishing. Chicago; E. A.
Dreifus, Chicago; M. II. Ephraim, Chi
cago; S. Dicnstay, Chicago; F. J. Cock
ling, Erie, III.; J. A. Brown,- Blue
Mound; H. S. Field. Chicago; R. A.
Yates, Jacksonville; E. G. Howell,
Geneva; O. Nelson, Geneva; S. K.
Shwartz, New York; M. Loeff, Chica
go; W. A. Card. Beardstown; I. D.
Sucdeker, Jerseyville; George M. Sea
go. Jerseyville; I). It. Levy, Chicago;
E. D. Trembly, Pittsburg; J. C. Cad
field and wife. East St. Louis; C. II.
Burnett. Eldorado, III.; E. R. Wright,
Taylorville, 111.; S. Casey, Mt. Vernon,
III. "; D. D. Rrombaek, Cow den, 111.: II.
C. Freich. Fairfield; S. L. Von Fossen;
A. E. Hininers, Virginia; C. 1-. llardey,
Chicago; M. E. Wilson, Elkhart. Ind.;
F. (i. Miller. St. Charles; G. W. Fickle.
Onarga; F. L. Flannery, Jr.. Chicago;
E. II. Rogers, Murphysboro; II. P.
Streng. Chicago; C. P. Skaggs, Har
risburg; II. E. Beckwith. Chilek, Wis.;
J. Bresnin, Chippewa Falls, Wis.; G.
Spiers, Eau Claire, Wis.; II. A. Krep
sky; C. W. Baromyer, Minneapolis; D.
A. Henneberry, Minorka; A. Reed,
Chicago; A. H. Me.V- Centralia. HI.;
C. Hughes, Chicago; W. A. Cummings,
Chicago; II. M. Wilde. Chicago: 1. J.
Carroll. Chicago; C. L. Frey, Chicago;
Louis Marks, Chicago; I). L. Rues
worth and wife, LeIJoy; T. E. Flani
gan. Chicago; W. A. McElvain, Me
Leansboro; J. Raisler. Chicago; C. W.
At the Harms (European)- G. P.
Dillon, New York; S. 1'. Shannon, Bur
lington; L. L. Simpson. Chicago; T. .1.
Thomas. Chicago; A. A. Cromwell,
Chicago; C. C. Baldwin, Detroit; W.
G. Wilson. Peoria; A. G. Purdy. Chi
cago; L. G. Graves, Chicago; G. P.
Kruger, L. J. Davis. T. C. Spring, A. D.
White. L. J. Murphy. C. J. Frey. A. C.
(ioddard, A. .1. Afton. C. C. Gibbons.
W. W. Sinclair. B. B. Myers. C. C.
Thutstman. A. T. Thurman, Chicago;
A. Hardeman. New York; Mr. and
Mrs. Walker Whiteside, Miss Willa
Keys, A. W. Cross. L. S. Taylor. New
York; Victor Voyckc, Clarence West.
Nina ChitTord, Fe nces King, Mabel
King. Claudie Hubbard, with "A Chi
nese Honeymoon;" T. L. Burkland.
Peoria; Otto Krant.. Chicago; S. CM.
Gates, Cincinnati. Ohio; Fitch C. Cook.
Peoria; L. L. Copeland. Chicago; G.
C. Cryers, Camp Point, 111.; A. C. Moss,
Chicago; A. D. Willard, Peoria; John
II. Jarboe, DeKalb, 111.; A. C. Palmer,
St. Louis; T. Baumberger, Chicago;
II. S. Randall, Buckingham, lnd.; (J.
T. Stanton, New York; W. McFarland.
Chicago; J. A. Wattch, New York; C.
D. N'oyes. Rloomington; J. B. Wilton.
Peoria; J. R. Boulard. Peoria; Lee
Head. Mt. Carroll; J. P.. Martin, Ho
mer, 111.; R. W. Conwood, Flat Rock.
III. ; W. R. McGovern. Galesburg; F.
F. McEvers, Montezuma. III.; E. G.
Cook, Mendota; .7. D. Roper. Springfield;-.!.
I. Graham, Havana; II.Linds
man, Chicago; George R. Frenk, Chi
cago; Fred Schollenberg, Chicago;
George C. Nash. Omaha; D. A. Bryan.
Chicago; S. Chinquist. Rockford; S.
D. Palmer, Rockford; William A.
Schmitt, Chicago; J. M. Baker.' Chi
cago; J. E. Collison, Chicago; E. K.
Bennington. Chicago; E. J. Berger.
Clinton; F. M. Burroughs and wife,
Chicago; .7. Smith and wife. Chicago;
D. L. Buckworth and wife, Leltoy,
111.; .7. T. Straubauc, Decatur, 111.;
Miss Knott, New York; Miss Day,
New York; .J. J. Bott, Kankakee; .7.
C. Bohen, Chicago; II. Butler, Chica
go; E. C. Prior. Princeton: G. T. Hil
ler. Red Bud. III.; Ed Russell, Willis
ville, 111.; A. L. Gumpe, Chicago T. B.
Laramie, Chicago; H. B. Jones, Met
calf; C. O. Bentield. Metcalf; W. E.
Jackson, Kewanee; E. C. Burdliek,
Chicago; E. D. Conell; Carl Swizard,
At the Rock Island E. T. Dervel,
Clinton; D. L. Breesworth and wife,
I. eBoy; Florence Sampson, Forrest;
Laura Jarodyke, Danville; Mrs. T. K.
Simpson. JicRoy; Mrs. A. Murray, Le
1'oy; Mrs. John Young, Pontiac; Mrs.
J. B. Rhoads, Toledo; Mrs. E. Clark.
Morrison; Mrs. Nora Bennett. Thom
son; Mrs. Lillie Hadley, Thomson;
George T. Havens, Davenport; Otto
Kuehl, Davenport; Mrs. Ella Robin
son. Clinton; Mary Hartman. Chica
go; Alice Nibleck, Chicago; Hattie
Palmer. Chicago; Minnie Petrie. Chi
cago; Rosa Pit.Iey, Chicago; Emma
Auherland, Chicago; Carrie L. Rooi,
Gardner; Elizabeth lloyt, Chicago;
Belle Snyder, DeKalb; Anna Gladfel
ter, Ottawa; Eva Gelserd. Chicago;
Mertie Barrows, Mattoon; Agnes Bar
ney, Mattoon; Mrs. C. A. Stall. Joliet;
II. A. Adams and wife, Effingham.
Iowa; Mrs. M. McNady, Chicago; Mrs.
Dayde Meriton, Murphysboro; Mrs. E.
Bottom, Sparta; .7. R. Orr, Spring
field; L. B. Hall. Springfield; J. M.
Nash. Downer's Grove: .7. It. Pitney,
Peoria; K. Hoffman, Chicago; Lina
Erickson, Chicago; Estella A. Randle,
Belleville; Myrtle Fitter.. (Hen Car
ion; Nancy Clemens. Lebanon; J. D.
Dailey, Chillicothe; Mrs. G. Corkill,
Beardstown; Thil Sterver, W. C. Ellis,
.1. T. Seheible, R, T. Leonard, George
Laubeted. Nie Green, F. Homa, E.
Henderson, E. Sterling, S. Dean.
Thomas Austin, Chicago; Zettie G.
Parkinson. Centralia; Mrs. E. T. Pa
gel, Gardner; C. II. Hill and wife,
Sidney; Mrs. George Anthony, Kewa
nee; F. II. MeCauley, Detroit: R. A.
Bussell, Rloomington; W. Collins and
wife, Malta; Mrs. Celia Hustin, Casey;
S. Emma King, Decatur; Mrs. C. C.
Orrill; Mrs. Viola Beresford, Casey;
Belle Quinlan, Galesburg; Dr. II. A.
Cunningham, Salem; Mamie S. Wil
liams, Salem; Emma Snelling. Ken
nedy; Nina Nichols. Odin; Carrie G.
Waller, Kewanee; Mrs. L. L. Lipton,
Sherrard; Mrs. T. M. Hard, Maquoin;
Helen Jones. London Mills; Mrs. Jen
nings, Galesburg; Ida M. Bacon, Au
rora; Alice Otto, Downer's Grove; S.
B. Washborn, East St. Louis; W. II.
Snow. Maldan; J. C. Ivans, Ralph Bur
ney, Nellie Burney. Quincy; E. S. Cod
dington. Hist St. Louis; C. E. Cham
berlin, Lebanon; A. II. Myers, Centra
lia; P. McQuin, Chicago; E. S. Kings
bury, Lawrenceville; Phil Orth, Mar
ion; E. A. Thompson, Caffeen; L. R.
Wilson, Fillmore, 111.
Watch th Kidneys.
"When they are affected life is ia
danger," says Dr. Abernethy, the
great English physician. Foley's Kid
ney Cure makes sound kidneys. All
druggists. ' :
You will note in the Chicago Tribune of Oct. 1Mb an advance of
10 per cent in Diamonds This makes the second advance this year.
Our diamonds were purchased two years ago and we are selling
them below the present wholesale cost Note our prices We want
to close our store next month and the stock must go.
$."00 Sunburst, jierfect OQEfl
stones, our price. OOii
$300 Diamond, perfect stones,
$210 Diamond Ring, perfect stones,
$175 Diamond Solitaire, perfect
We have $5,000 worth of solid silver. bet patterns in the three
cities, we are selling at cost. Buy your welding and Christmas
presents now and save 10 per cent. The Folsom stock contains no
cheap goods. All are first class and guaranteed.
Bradford, 0'Brieiv H Co.,
1703 Second Ave n vie, ... Rock Island
TWO STATE GUARD
BANDS LET OUT
Action Kesultof Chicago Centennial
Chicago, Oct. 20. Adjt. Gen. Scott
today issued orders honorably dis
charging from the service of the Illi
nois National Guard all members of
the 1st and Sth infantry bands. The
discharge grew out of the centennial
parade labor troubles.
ROUGH ROAD IS AHEAD
Fred Mnrtnn Will Have Other Charges to
Face When Term In Prlion Kxpiren.
Trouble will beset the path of F. A.
Marson. the smooth swindler, for
some years after he is released from
the penitentiary, to which he was re
cently sentenced at Marshalltown,
On the day of his release he will
be taken to Muscatine, and there he
will be called to answer to 1 he charge
lof obtaining money under false pre
tenses. The complaining witness in
the ease will be A. F. Hutchings, of
the Guarantee Loan company, of that
city. Mr. Hutchings states that-without
doubt Meyers, or Marson, will be
brought to task for borrowing $15 of
the concern which he represents,
claiming that he was employed by
the Roach & Musser company.
The loan was negotiated after Aug.
10. On this day Meyers wrote a let
ter to the loan company, in which it
is stated that he was stock-man for
the Roach & Musser company. But
Mr. Hutchings says that he has as
surance from Messrs. Roach and Mus
ser that Meyers cpuit their employ
Aug. S. Consequently it will be made
to show that the Imperial manager
secured a loan on imaginary security.
The extreme penalty for the crime
with which he will be charged is seven
years in the penitentiary. Other
charges by Marshalltown people, it is
said, will be made against Meyers
when their turn at justice arrives.
Dieting Invites Disease.
To cure dyspepsia or indigestion it
is no longer necessary to live on milk
and toast. Starvation produces such
weakness that the whole system be
comes an easy prey to disease. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach
and digestive organs to digest and as
similate all of the wholesome food
that one cares to eat, and is a never
failing cure for indigestion, dyspepsia
and all stomach troubles. Kodol di
gests what you eat makes the stom
Sold by all druggists.
$154) Diamond Solitaire. perfect
tone. (Mio r- r
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$. Diamond Solitaire perfect stone
$:.", Diamond Solitaire, perfect stone
$10 Diamond Soltaire. perfect stone.
A Rare Treat!
Theodore !Bj or listen
THE WOKl.D-nF.NOWNL'D tenok WILL SING AT
Aigistana College, Thursday Evening. Oct. 22.
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Ta I 1 t . ! . i WWTT. i .
One Home in
is heated and fed by genuine "Detroit Stove Works
and Ranges. There are over
Is yours one of the lucky homes? If not, why not?
buy unknowns jewels cost no more! because they
are all right, they are sold and recommended by
In the winter of 1SS2-S:; lie
toured the United States with
Christine Nilsson as the tenor of
He made very successful tones
of Franco. Spain. Germany. Bel
gium. Holland, and the Scanr'i
He has lieen brilliantly associ
ated in musical enterprises with
such grandees in the realm "f
music as Schumann. Heink. Dm
vid Hispham, Ivar llallt rom,
Gauski and Walter Danuosch.
His w ife, who only recent 'y
was Miss Martha Strickland, a
voung American, descendant of
John Quincy Adams, will share
the program withhiin. In Switz
erland and France she lias al
ready achieved great siuce-s
with her beautiful, most tlei
ble soprano voice.
THIS WILL BE Til Y. Mt SICAL
TREAT OF TIIK SKA SON.
Reserved Seats: .", an ! Ti
cents and $1. at Harper llou-e
drug store. College pharmacy.
Rock Island, and JoscphsonV,
in the XJ. S.
3,600,000 of them in
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