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THE AUGUS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, J 904
EST.' 1 047.
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F'w r;n in the rcion f tti
Hldr). or f-r a !
Hurk, the l.if liui-i tie
i.nh-'l Ikikii liv-.
hetr th-r is pain an ly
A universal remedy for pains in the back (so frequent in the case of
women). They give instantaneous relief.
Wherever there is
'a pain a Plaster
should be applied.
are superior to all
For Hhrimallim or Palaa
rlirp, cr tor Vprnlax. ! IfT
nr. ft.-., ana f.T Ai-biuir
Irrl. li i't-r flionl.l he rut n,iM
and Mint rwiuril aim ihl i
to iart aifectr J as shown loTe.
IS GOING AHEAD!
Peoria & Rock Island Traciion
Company Shows Ccod
SECURING THE BIGHT OF WAY
Several Kootes Out or I'eoria Said
to lie I ndrr Consideration.
Peoria I : I'.riylit mil rl
tliis morning tin- IVri!i an! Hook lsl
at.d Tiaction coinpanv. the McKinlex
syndicate which pit poos tin- con
sttuotion iif ;i line between here : mT
K I'k Island, erilelliellce 1 the prelim
inary xx i rU. 'I hey sent men f' i-tli In
secure tin- iiccoMirv f rontsigc in 1 1 1 -city
of penria. This is the starting
point, and sifter they m rurc an en
trance In 1 1 : - city I hex do fill antici
pate ;i grestt deal of trouble in yet t iny
tin right f xxax In Kock island.
.hit v li t part nf the cilv tlnx arc
Working ill 11 I'l'r'illi' to -Isite. Tfiev
ltave txxo nr three r:m (.-. tliox aa-it-uineo.
h'.it v. "ii? 1' ! i n 1 1 i iv 1 : T . i-i
making sum i.'i'ti ti'te :i ti tutu iK't'iitt't: t s.
It is till" rl- i :-t l com Iticucc i I k
!t ": V ill the 1 11 1 1 an:' pull the till'.'
t!i ".illy h t completion ;i -pi-i v sis
v -. ililc. Tl.i- j r ! -i'il route 1 : 1 1 - :i
liii-t wcalthv I ! i i I . i' . ii:il there
M- 'Ms little i ' til lit if 111" line l.elng ii
WOODMEN ARE TO BE OUT IN
FORCE AT TONIGHT'S SHOW
oodtre;t will l.e nut in force to
night to celebrate the l1 juiiiinT
s:iry t f tin' foimi!ii;y of llu-ir soi-ii'tv.
'I In- I'Wiil will l;iKc p':u-' ;i t tl:- rink
i :i Sixteenth -It'l'i't.
It is rxp'.Mtcil tii.it tin- Imil 'ini; will
In fi!!'!'. Tin- s';itirLr -:i pneit i
ilhi lit ::.lll!ll. A new -t:i'je liiis ln'i'li
'.i ti' I :it Hi.' wt'sl I'liti of the Ii;iM.
liii' mii.-ic will l" fur. i In-! li
l'.!i';it'l'V ii rlif-l r;i. ;,inl ( li:irlv- .1.
Sr.lt lr will In- '!i;i i I'lna it. O. I.. I'.ril-tii-f.
of T:iIt Ui'iiri'. i- to I c liii'i'i'tnr
of tin- al!i!i'tir f 1:1 1 i: ft--.
( I. flmrlt'- Ii. Sa itn !i-i-. . r Council
l'.!nir. Itiwa. a mt'iiiiii'i of )!: Imaru
f ('iit't li r-. an 1 l liarlc- I'.. Wln lan.
.I Maili-.'ti. -.. in.' of 1 1 - iiati.i:l
1 ;-t ii r"l- fur tin- -mii't. ;ti' to tic
1 he !-prakei'. l"o!I witii lite a I
tlresses the a in!e i ! le pel fotiisa ace
ill lake place. Here i- he st.!e in
which the acts hae lu't-n liille.i:
The i lieotti pa ra I'le soft -hoc caneer.
t harles liotT. will amae.I -peeta-
lors :i lilieral -i: uca t ti in terpichii
rian 'oIiit ion-.
Til' er-t oiii; lie. I -o!ii nf Sl;in
loei;li. V. A. A n itT'cli. will sinp
neh;rel." aii'j will MitiveIv not
f tf-n ktif 1 tn .iiriiri
The 1'atnaii-ls Alphons ami Kinil
ma r clous Freneh aeroliats. in amaz-ini-
feat.-- of lialaiiciiii' and t iniililmi::
jllief fir-t ;iip"araiiee in l.'oek I-Ianil.
William Mcliii'.nn. ('. 1. White. Frank
Me:ilnev ami H. A. I 'titter (the W'.iof!
tneti tpiarlet) oiit-hine the liest pro-fes-iorial
talent. Do not miss this
?re;it medley: "Mainly." "I Ilinoi.."
"I'nder thi' l'.ainlio;i Tree." "Ka."
"Hiawatha." "Far lp in n C'ocoanut
Tree." They siir I'.ecaiiM- they cati'l
Johri i;;i tiey and Arthur Kelcey.
I: tippy elia fief er ki'tc!i team from
( liicajro. will he with n- J tninntes
Imhi f lirothers (Charle- ait'I' Iteti).
j;ri te.-ipie athletic comedians, in their
cclel. rated tramp act. "Weary Willie
and (Jlomiiy (ins." Fifteen mimiles
of irnety "n the mad."
iio!-i" Ferjrassiin, in l i ldack liea i;
t v act. Solids wit limit worils. lie can
play the banjo, hut he won":.
MAY SEEK OPFICEOF BISHOP
Ur. Ilurrrll. of Mollii. 1'oh-IMa Cntlil tt'
if liev. I divert t Itc-tKii.
It i- pi --il.le that lr. F. II. Itmreil.
.rthi'i-t l'i' tcstant Kpi:-copal church.
Moline. ma a Candida ! e for iii-hop
i f I lie (jniney tiiocese. - i.i:l! I lie rr
n: i- to the effect thai Dr. M. K'yar
raweett. of ( hifiivo. wotil I re.-i.un
proe t l'i:e.
In May last Dr. I'aweett was cio--ii
al an clectii.n :e J in I a !e.- lm rj ami
iiicc iln ll I here I'axe liee'i rnim I's
that he would not accept the p. -;tii n
owiiiir to some diHicnlty in the
eaticii of !,'s election li the lii-l:ops
The oilice of l.i-hop of the tjnificy
l ioce-e i- -cn-iilcred i tie of the hiuh-c-t
posit tins in the Fpi-ci-pal chinch.
In tiii .:iiee-e the pi -ilion carrier ii
salary f $-'.i()M ith traxe'in ex-pen.-i'-.
and tin- Id-hop ha- chari;.' i f
at least ti Tt v ih'.iii'he-. represent in
.".im:i coin mn nica n t -. The con nt ic- i n
elil.'ed ill the (Jilinex diocese are l;iek
l-!and. Ilerrx. I'.ii-ean. .Mercer. h'! o.
I'eoria. Mar-liall. Hcntlerson. ylcl). ti
oiii'Ii. I'idtoii. Wari'cn. Schnvler. Ad-;'tn-.
Ill' wti. I'ike and Calhoun.
A I'rlmiio r iu HerOun llnimi'.
Mrs. . II. I.a.h;i. of K"t At-ni.- a
i line, Kan-as Citx. Mo., has for several
eats liee'i troubled xxith sexcri'
In ai-eniss and at time- a hard eolith,
which, she sax s. "x i nld keep me in
i i r- for da.xs. I xxa- prc-criiied for
I ix phxsicians xxith no in J ice;i lile re--n!l-.
A friend i;axe me part i f a iiot
I le of ( ha m herla ins ( oii-jh 1,'emcdy
xxith in-t met ion- to closelx follnvvtlie
directions, an: I xxi-h to slate that
after thi- first tlax I could notice a de
cided char.ire for the Wetter, and at
this time, after itsitii it for txxo weeks,
haxe no hesitation in saving- I realize
that I am entirely cured." This rem
ed is for sale liv all tlruirsrist
-TKafs for Beer Quality
sllwtitis the Sim Good Old Blatz.
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Wm.... rv i : i v
MorHin Kou-rs: CLEVELAND. B. Four Route: DETROIT
n Till I'tui - r n iJ . . 1 - . 1-v T .
Ejult rrn Rv.. t-
Jcli&on-rillo and St. Augustine
S?Ud t:ni C'.ioirntt ti CHATTANtXXJA. ATLANTA.
I5TKM1NGKAV. SHkKVKf'OST. NEW ORLEANS. JACK
bO.NVa.LE ana ST. AUGUSTINE.
A'o thr-ucTi P-:rrrn -rv'K-c to KNOX"ILL.E. ASHE
DLn:r-2 acd Otsacrvatioo Cara on a.l thr-uch trains.
Winter Tourist Turl-cU ca sale at reduced rates. For in
W.a.BKk!tr.H.r.J, W.l.Cimtt.6.S. V. C. E.aearMa, G. P. a.
SHE MAY RECOVER
I iquiry Into Sanity of Mrs. Swan
Tropp, of Moline, is Deferred.
SON'S DEATH IMPAIRS MIND
Mr. Margaret lass Sains toItecoTer
$ lOO From Brother-in-law
Mrs Sxvan Tmpp. of Moline. was to
haxe h:u! her sanity inquired into in
the county court today, hut when a
jury hac lieen impanelled and all ar
rangements complete!! fi r the hearing-
it was requested by the husband,
who had made the application, that
the trial he tlefened. as the patient
has shown an improvement since yes
terday that leil to the hope that it
would not he nece.-sary to remove her
fn.ni her home.
The case is attended l,y unusually
sad circumstances. Mrs. Tropp's mind
haxinfj been impaired throurrh trrief
over the less of her son. who died
about a month sijro. Her menial con
dition had jrrown so serious that the
only nlternatixe was to have her sent
to some hi spittil for the insane for
treatment. Since yesterday, however,
there has been a marked ehanpe in
her. She seems much brighter and
more cheerful today than at any time
since her bereavement.
Snlt Atrainat an Ktate.
Payment of u claim of Mrs. Marjrar
et l'as. of Moline. for $JIM asrainst
the estate of the late Jaci.b Pass,
brother of her husband, is resisted,
anil the merits of the neci tint are be
itifr aired before a jury. Mrs. Pass
says the amount is -xvinf her for car:"
and nursing Mr. Pass in his last ill-ne-s.
The jury axxarded the plaintiff
the full amount of the claim.
.Ian. .V Al Martin's "I'licle Tom's
Ian. ',. Hrooke's Hand.
Jan. 7-. "York Stale Folks."
.tan. S.--"The Adx ent nres of (ierard."
Maurice Freeman and a cctpalde
company were seen in a st irrinir pro
duction of "Valley Ferjre"
nois last I'Xi'iiinir.
tt the llli-
Tomni v Koxx la nil, .lames Cooper and
Frank Chimera are others of Mr.
Prm'ke's soloists, xx ho haxe won fame
bv their irrcat talent and power. The
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5' --v: ," I" "t'i?
IKIMTA. IN "AIMONA."
concert tiinoriiixx cxenintr bids fair to
t be the musical sensation of years,
and the fact that, xxilh one exception,
the .roi;iam xvill consist exchisixely
of ragtime numbers, xxill attract m;:ny
xvho haxe nexer before attended a hitih
ilass musical attraction.
The "i:un f r Her Monex" cosnpany
that shoxxed here reci'iitly evidently
i ncoiiutered IroiibN' somexx lierc alonir
the line. Saturday inirht it wa- !ue
to appear at Monmi nt h. but di.l not
sh xx up. The management in that
toxxn heard nothitivr of the nrirrera
tion and caine to the c nehision that
it had "busted."
In "Arii na." an American play by
an American aullu r iin l jdayi'il b
American p'a.xers. Augustus Thomas
has xx tit ten xxhat critics and public
haxe imji ninioii-lx' priuionnced the
irieatest dramatic sm-i-i'ss that has
been seen in a renerati n. 11 teems
xxith life and action, the dash of cow
bi y fri lies, tin- military duties, while
the atmosphere is so subtle stud real
that one can almost catch the scent
of the sajre brush and cactus, and feel
the stirs' i f the alkali iln-t in one's
nostrils. This western flavor is so
punirenf with heal color, character
an 1 force that the whole -eenis more
like a bit i f real life from the Ara
xaipa valley itself than the artistic
creation of the pla v xvriilit s Oram.
An e-sentialh human play, thn bliinir
xxith romance ami sentiment, there is.
withal, a xirile force in "Arizona" t hat
imparts a thrill to exerv xord and ac-
, liim. while the climaxes are surprises.
I wrought xxith a skiii that disarms an
ticipation. Haxinsj a military back
ground, there an- moment-, too. when
the nation's flar th-nts into the sti.rv
with a deft touch of patriotism. Put
"Arizona" i- humeri. u- as well as htt-
Iman. ami lehind each tear there lurks
a laugh. In his treatment of the
ttory. characters and details, Mr.
Thomas ha-: been notably realistic,
exen to the picturesque sxvear-words
of a jpuntr Mexican vanquern. who
has absorbed his limited vocabulary
of Knprlish from his crude surround
ings, learning the bad with the trood.
The management has spared neither
time. labor nor expense in irivin "Ari
zona" a worthy presentation. The
scenery and dressing- ef the play are
not only ltcautiful and tniprf ssive. but
wonderfully complete and accurate
even to the minutest detail, while the
superb cast masters a lonjr roll ef the
best artists mi the "American staire.
"Arizona" will be seen at the Illinois
next Sunday nisyht.
An event h oked f; rv.ard to with
more than ordinary interest theatri
cally is the cotnin-T of Al W. Martin's
rexival of Harriet P.eecher Stovve's
lovable story of "I'ncle Tom's Cabin"
tonight at the Illinois, Mr. Martin's
reputation as a promoter of bit? pro
ductions is xxell known by tl.eatre
fri ers. but few are aware that to
night's event is one of the most elab
orate that has ever been presented.
Not only does Mr. Martin promise to
brimr a company of over i"0 people,
but claims to use a carload of scenery,
ponies, lu-rses. oxen and bloodhounds
in the piece.
"York State Folks." that most de
lightful of all pastoral plays, comes
Thursday evening, with the entire nr
iirinal cast and the complete scenic
production, direct from a It-niont h's
run at the tr'exv Majestic theatre. l!os
ton. 1 1w handsomest olax house in
America. The triumph of "York State
Folks" in the laiire cities, like ( hicairo
and P.oston. where it has plaxod lenjr
thy ctiirayements dnrintr the past year,
has been remarkable. In both the
cities mentioned the demand for seats
was such that the orchestra had to be
put under the stajre before the end of
the first xxeek of the run. and remain
ed there until the end. "York State
Folks" did xxhat m other dramatic
attraction exer before accomplished
in P.oston it kept the. Majestic open
and eroxxdeil all summer loit. in spite
of the hot xx eat her and the attractions
of seashore and mountains. It xxili
be seen here xxith the complete pro
duction used in the Chieayo and l'os
From the demand for seats to see
.laities O'Neill, it is safe to predict
that his eniiairomont Friday evening
xVill be one of the biir events of the
present theatrical season. IDs appear
ance in any new roll- is always it mat
ter of interovt to his tunny admirers,
but his reputed success in his nexx
character in "The Adventures of ( Ier
ard." had added an additional zest to
by attending the
January Sale of
THE BEE, HIVE, nr!TvENPokT.TAd su I
his present xi-it. from the fact that
Ktietine (Ierard is one of the most con
spicuous and lovable diameters A.
Oman Doyle has ever ifiven to tfre
public. In interestand personal at
tractiveness he stands by the side of
Sherlock Holmes. These are the onix
txxo characters of Sir Oman Doyle's
that have ever been dramatized, and
both have been equally successful.
As has been announced Mr. O'Neill
and "The Adventures of (Ierard" come
to us under the xxell known I.eibler S'
Co.. management, which insures a
handsome and elaborate staire mount
in sr. In the supporting company are
Mich well known players its Crest on
Clarke. Fdinund F.reese and Miss Se
lene Johnson. The "(Ierard" play will
be followed by the celebrate! one-act
drama. "The Sacrament of Ju'as."
MANY BOATS ARE ON THE
WAYS FOR ANNUAL REPAIRS
There is a long string of boats un
dergoing repairs at the KahlUe boat
Minis thi- xx inter. The Ottuniwa l'..!!e.
City of Winona. Helen P.lair. (lardie
Kastman. l.one Star. 1 1 si 1 1 if Darling.
A. J. Whitney and the Hennepin are
all in the wstvs. receivinsr a general
repairing- an I a uexx coat of paint, so
when the ice goes out in the spring
they will be in tine trim for the next
The ferry T. .1. Hobinsou is going to
start out in the spritiir ns a nexx craft.
She is having nexx xx heels put in. the
decks repaired, the machinery is be
ing oxi'i haule-1 and a nexv coat of paint
aj -plied. Kahlke P.ros. sire now figur
ing on the building if several nexv
In ats for si uthfin parties.
Inst On Minute.
One Minute Cough Cure gives relief
in one minute, because it kills the
microbe which tickles the mucous
membrane, causing the cough, smd :it
ilic ssune time clears the phlegm,
dtaxxs out the inflammation an 1 heals
silid soothes the ilfTected parts. One
Minute Cough Cure st rcitirt hens tli'1
1 1 1 n ii -. wards off pneumonia and is a
harmless and nexer fjiiling cure iu sill
cursihle csiscs of coughs, colds and
croup. One Minute Ouigh Cure is
pleasant to take, harmless smd good
nlik" for young sind old. Si I ! by all
d ruggis t s.
RETURN TO THEIR BOOKS
Augustana college business depart
ment resumed xxork yesterdsiv. A
h:rge number of nexx students haxe al
ready regis-te red in this depsirt tnent .
Some of Ihe college s'tid acailetnie
stmlcnts have sirrixcd and are readv
to agaiti take up the xxork tomorrow.
A iigust si na has introduce! a splen
did pre-niedicul department, iccogniz
el b.x the leading nedical schools in
Dr. C. K. I.indbi'rg. the vice presi
tlont. is in ehaige during Dr. A ud recti's
The spring term promises to be one
if the most successful in the history
of the institution.
A iigust a ua - xx it h her in.inv depart
ments suited to the iiyix iilusil wauls
of her great number of students, xxith
her list cf skilled and experienecil
professors, xxilh her record for hon
est stud substantial xxork is xxell ile
serxiug of the reputation sind lih.'h
standing that she holds. For acces.
sibilitx. hea It h f ii I ness and beautv of
surroundings there i:- little left to be
ptunMTITm i ttsi- i - i iniwiif - isr a rm rar-i-Ti irsn nai rrsi i i "i"T" t-T'riV
1 THE PRICE "PM i
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of cost or previous selling price.
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they last for
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Buy to-day they will be gone to-morrow
your choice of any of these1 beautiful pi
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YOUNG m. McCOMBS