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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBTJ CAB! 4, 1904,
Quality Ulk should bs backed by "tlie
good. BUtt Brewery was founded in the
early forties. Blatz quality it almoA
traditional. Every bottle i t f u 1 1 of quality
argument. The BIatz characteristic
are ,11 rounded up in the "Wiener."
Ask for it down town. Send a case home.
beardsley t- bailey, aoents.
Get Hits While
They Are New.
Yon can keep in tn'icli with the lat
est in good mu.-ic by calling occa
sionally Jit our .--tor'. :is we sire "
slant ly r---i iiiir shipments direct
from lli- publishers who write -the
REAL HI TS. lV carry only the best
publications, such ::s those of M. Wit
marl:, .loscph W. Stern. Whitney. War
ner & Co.. V. A. Mills. Sol Bloom. Yan
dorsloot Mnsie company, and llowley.
Haviland i' Dresser. The largest stock
of the best mnsie in the city at the
iroa-ico':. second avenue.
Acres of roses anil miles of
palms that's California in mid
winter, (lather flowers and piek
oranges. Reached on a high
class train the California Lim
ited. California in less than three
clays. Why endure disagreeable
weal her at. home'.'
Let me arrange a trip full of
comfort and pleasure.
H. D. Mcvck. Gen. Agt.
210 Eighteenth Street.
- VIA -
Queen &. Crescent
TICKETS on rale Fetru--y 9th to 1.p.:h.
i;u HKivr. final iinjit Filru'.ry 20'.h.
Uin psvmciit ! fftv cents and
dcp-'si? rf turUf t wi'.h Joi it Airent at Now
Ork-an or M n:ik hrr.it w;u be extended
until Loarch S:h, 1S04.
FOR INFonilATlON ADDItEOS
YV. . r.rCKLEC. N. P. A..
1 13 Ad..s CT.tt, Chicago.
.kivf:4rso',q. p. a..
SAWED RUILDINC, STOXE. ASJILAI?
AND TRIMMINGS A SPE
CIALTY. For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. Ttaia
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive are-
ful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Lock
Island on. the C. P.. & Q. railroad.
Trains No. 5 and 10 will stop and
let visitors off and on.
BRIDGE STOXE. CORN CRIB BLOCKS
AND FOUNDATION STOXE,
ANY SIZE DESIRED.
Sample of stone and photon of
buildings can be seen at Room No.
12, Mitchell & Lynde building. Ad
dress ARTHUR BURR ALL, Manager.
Hock Island or Colona, Hi.
BEST IN BUSINESS
Performers With Shlpp's Circus
Playing This Week in
WITH EIQ SHOWS IN SDMMEE
Keep in Practice Daring Winter and
Lit tile Money.
An interview with Edward Shipp,
the popular manager of the winter
circus at the rink this week, reveals
the fact that he has with his aggrega-
tion a ci Meet ion of the principal per-fr-rmers
from all the large circuses in
It is customary f.-r circus perform
ers to lay off in winter and practice
and perfect themselves for the open
ing of circus business in the spring',
but Mr. Shipp has devised the scheme
of combining business, or rather prac
tice with pleasure, and his winter cir
cus is eagerly sought after by all the
leading c ircus artists, as it gives them
ample time to practice ami also a
chance to try new feats and at the
same time receive a remuneration.
"I had a hard time selecting my
show lliis season," said Mr. Shipp. "1
received applications from nearly ev
ery circus performer if note in Amer
ica, and I 1 uk much time an.l delib
eration in selecting the present com
pany. I played no favorites, but se
lected each and every one on their
ability, and I Ihijik without a doubt
1 have the strongest c ne-ring show
that was ever organized. All of my
people sire in big demand in summer
and all are high-sala ried artists.
Ua Co man Bare Principal Act.
'"The DaComas. with the aerial act.
are engaged as the principal aerial
act with the Forepa ugh-Seils circus
fi r next sea-on; John and Carrie
Ilooney are to be special features with
the I'.ariiimi A: Bailey circus, Mr. Roon
cy be in, ir especially engaged to per
forin the feat of a backward somer
s si n ! t from one hor.-e to another.
"Of the clowns, George Zummcrt
foes to the Ringling Bro.' circus,
and Steve Miaco and Phil King to to
the l.repaug!i-ScIIs show; Nettie
Carroll, with Iter high-wire act. is en
gajcd with the Ilarnum circus; Juli
Liwaiiile is to be the principal lady
erpust r'enne ridi'r with the Fore-
i pa iiirli-Sells ciica ; I'rank Smith, the
I vps'i'e !(! n man." i- ei:ira;'e! at an
em riiM.us salary with the Barnum
jshovv; I'ascatel, 'the man with a hun
dred fcrms, roes direct to th City of
j Mexico for the Orrin Urns', circus.
am! so on down the line of the losiif
!i: t of performers.
Close In Few Weeks.
""(Jar season is t run a few weeks
more, and then we disband to po to
the vari us ntartinr points of the biy
circuses. Desfite the fact that this
lias been an olT season in everything
pertaining to amusements, we have
been highly successful, and the public
in general seems to take to this form
i f amusement as well in the winter
as in the summer.
'"In Kock Island, as well as other
towns that we have visited, it has
been a common occurrence to see a
circus party, made up of the represen
tative people of the town, come in our
doors an I enjoy our performances.
We cater to Ihe best class, and it has
always been our motto to live to 'ele
gance and excellence."
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
Estate of Annabc 11a Fleming. Proof
of publishing and posting notice to
creditors tiled an.l approved. Claim
of H. S. Clvmom's allowed in class :!
at $". Claim of Dr. 1). B. P.eggs al
lowed in class :i at $46.
Estate of J. William I)resen. Waiv
er of widow am! resident heirs of
right t.) administer and nomination
i f ( harles Ul'.emeyer for administra
tor tiled. Petition of Eliza l)resen.
widow, for the appointment of Charles
Ullemever for administrator tiled. Pe
tition granted. Administrator's oath
taken. Bond of said Charles I'llemey
cr as administrator filed and approv
ed and letters of administration is
sued to him.
Estate of Michael Donahue. In the
matter rf the claim of Ann William
son herein. Moti.m by defendant for
bill c-f particulars. Motion allovvel.
Pill of particulars to lit filed by Feb.
5. l'..H4. at 0 o'clock a. m. Trial of
said claim fet for Wednesday. Feb. 10.
lt04. at 10 o'clock a. m. Venire for
jury cf six men ordered returnable
at that time.
Etate rf Orten L. Thompson, minor.
Petition of John O.Thompson, father,
for letter. rf administration tiled.
.Petition granted. Oath taken. Bind
tiled and approved and letters of ad
ministration issued to said John O.
Estate of Paul Wurel. Proof of no
tice to heirs ef l'nal report and set
tlement filed. Hearing on said final
report an.! settlement and same ap
proved. Estate rf Frances Kramer. Relin
quishment by advlt resident heirs f
right to administer and nomination of
Alice Swinbiirn foradniinistrator filed.
Petition of Alice Swinbiirn for letters
c f administration filed. Petition grant
ed. ' Oath taken by administrator.
P.or.d fixed at $200.
Estate of Augustin Zimmerman.
Final report of administrator filed
and approved. Waiver of notice rf
heir? and legr.tee and distributees
and receipts of heirs and legatees and
distributees in full settlement of their
respective shares filed and approved.
Estate cloced. Administrator dis
charged. Estate of Henry Woltmann. An
nual report of executrix riled and ap
proved. Estate of John H. Stubbe. Final re
port of distribution filed and approv
ed. Estate closed and administrator
Estate of Max Ostettenbauer. . Final
report filed and approved. Waiver of
notice by heirs and distributees. Es
tate exhausted in payment of widow's
award. Estate closed. Executrix dis
charged. Fees remitted.
Estate of Joseph Rosenfield. Proof
of notice of petition for probate of
will filed. Depositions of subscribing
witnesses to will taken in open court
in proof of execution thereof filed
and approved and will admitted to
Estate of Joseph Rettich. Final re
port ;f John Ohlweiler as executor of
the last will and testament of Paul
Rettich, deceased, who was the ad
ministrator of the estate of said Jo
seph Rettich. deceased, tiled and ap
proved. It appearing by said report
the final distribution has been made
in saiil estate of said Joseph Hettich,
said estate of said Joseph Rettich is.
Estate of Anna Ohlweiler.' Final re
port filed and approved. It appears
that no further notice is necessary
of final report and settlement, that
estate has been fully distributed and
administered upon. Estate closed ami
Estate of Anna Wulff. Inventory
filed and approved. Final report of
executor filed and approved. It ap
pearing that no further notice of final
report and closing estate is necessary.
said estate is closed and said executor
In re guardianship of Frieda Randt.
minor. Request of Frieda Randt.
minor, over 14 years of age. for ap
pointment of August Randt as her
guardian filed. Petition of August
Randt for letters of guardianship
filed. Oath taken. Bond of said Aug
ust Randt filed and approved and let
ters of guardianship issued to him.
Inventory filed and approved.
Estate of Dorothea Sch net t. Final
report of distribution filed- and ap
proved. Estate closed. Executor dis
charged. Estate of Caroline R. Wilson. In
ventory filed and approved. Final re-
pert of executrix filed and approved.
Waiver of notice by legatees and dis
tributees and receipts of legatees and
distributees in full settlement of their
respective distributive shares filed and
approved. Estate closed and execu
In re conservatorship of August J.
Schultz. insane. Report of sale of
ward's real t-itate tiled and approved
an:! order for execution of deed.
In re guardianship of Fred M. Briggs-.
Frank E. Briggs and Elmer Briggs,
Illinois. Order authorizing guardian
to pay annual premium on life insur
ance policies in Prudential Insurance
company for term ending Jan. 9, 1005.
In re guardianship of James Roy
Stull, minor. Ouardian's report filed
Es-tate of William W. Williams. Wid
ow's relinquishment and selection fil
ed and approved and order turning
over property selected to widow.
Estate of John Convvell. Decree of
sale of real estate to par debts en
Estate of Abraham Frick. Petition
of executor for leave to pay distribu
tive share herein of Adolph Frick in
settlement of estate to county treas
urer. Petition granted. Report of
final distribution filed and approved
Estate clr.-ed. Executor discharged.
Estate of Henry Zeigler. Inventory
filed and approved. Report tiled and
In re guardianship of Oraco Buchan
an an I Stella Mosher. minors. Ouard
ian's report filed anil approved.
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
William W. Williams. Request of
Fred H. Williams, a minor over 14
years of age. for the appointment of
Mary E. Williams as his guardian.
Petition of Mary E. Williams for let
ters of guardianship filed. Oath
taken. Bond fixed at $1.-100.
Estate of Lillis I. Molt. Claim of
M. F. Knox allowed in class 1 at $41.
Ci nservatorship rf Anna E. Burn
ham, insane. Conservator's report
filed and approved.
AN EASTERN PL A. YE B IS
SIGNED BY ROCK I8LAND
Buck Bandy is the latest player to
attach his signature to a Rock Island
baseball contract for next season. He
was with Albany, N. Y.. last year, and
comes here with a batting record of
.?,Z7 an.l a fielding record of .90. He
is signed to play first base and catch.
EUraped u Awful Fate.
H. Haggins, of Melbourne, Fla..
writes: "My doctor told me T had
consumption and nothing could le
done for me. I was given up to die.
The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion induced me to try it. Results
were startling. I am now on the road
to recovery and owe all to Dr. King's
New Discovery. It surely saved my
life." This great cure is guaranteed
for all throat and lung diseases by
Ilartz )t Ullemever, druggists. Price,
50 cents and $1. Trial bottles free.
Ao Early Rir-
A strong, healthy, active constitu
tion depends largely on the condition
of the liver. The famous little pills
known as De Witt's Little Early Risers
not only cleanse the system, but they
strengthen the action of the liver and
rebuild the tissues supporting that or
gan. Little Early Risers are easy to
act, they never gripe, and yet they
are absolutely certain to produce re
sults that are satisfactory in all cases.
Sold by all druggists.
Galesburg Manager Sues Cham
berlain, Kindt & Co. for
ALLEGES INJURY TO BUSINESS
By Preventing Leading Attractions
Playing His House Through Com
A $10,000 damage suit entitled
Frank Berquist against F. W. Cham
ijcrlin, of Burlington; Samuel 11. Har
rington. of Peoiia; tieorge V. Peek,
of Rockford; harles T. Kindt and F.
P.. Powelson. comprising Ihe theatri
cal syndicate of ( hamberlm, Harring
ton & Co.. has been filed at iialesburj;
by 1. J. King, who represents Mr.
Berquist. the manager of the Auditor
ium. The suit is against the defend
ants as individuals, as well as a com
pany, ami promises to be of great in
terest, especially to theatrical people.
The defendants own a majority of the
Auditorium stock, and conduct thea
tres in a number of cities. Service
has not .vet been had.
E. J. King, attorney for Mr. Ber
quist, was seen to learn the meaning,
and said: "The suit is brought against
the defendants for damages resulting
from a conspiracy on their part to
boycott the tialesburg Auditorium.
The defendants control theatres at
Burlington, Peoria. Ottumwa. Fort
Madison, Keokuk. Canton. Moline.
Rock 'Island. Davenport. Rockford and
perhaps other places. We claim that
for the last two years, ami especially
for the last year, they have made a
business of instructing theatrical
managers that, if they played any of
their attractions at the Oalesburg
Auditorium, they could not play these
attractions at any of the cities con
trolled by the company.
Are in a Combination.
"These people have, we allege, ob
tained control c:f theatres in various
ways. They control the bookings and
have charge of the management, but
do not in every case own the proper
ties. I5y a hotch-potch arrangement
or method, they have gone into a com
bination or tru.t. and by such meth
ods, by threats and by intimidation
they have succeeded in depriving
theatrical people of the privilege of
coming here and have deprived ' Mr.
Berquist of some of the Lest theatri
cal plays on the road.
"In December. 1902, Ihey quietly
bought up the majority cf'the stock
and are now seeking to get control of
the Auditorium and to destroy Ber
quist's lease that he has until 1907, by
depriving him by means of this boy
cott of the opportunity of getting at
tractions at Oalesburg by which to
pay rent. If they can compel him to
default c n his rent, they can declare
a forfeiture of his lease.
"We have ample proof of the boy
cott. We have a stack of letters six
inches high, containing cancelation of
contracts by theatrical companies, and
saving that if they played in Gales
burg they would lose the theatres in
cities controlled bv the syndicate."
Feb. 4. "Just Struck Town."
Feb. .-."York State Folks."
Feb. 9. Mabelle Carolyn Church, in
Y. M. C: A. sc ries.
There were no women in the audi
ence at the Illinois theatre last even
ing, the impression having . gone
abroad that there was to be an enter
tainment of the racy order since it
was Sam T. Jack's Bnrlesquers who
were booked to give the show. The
house was fairly well filled with men.
but, barring a few breaks, there was
nothing objectionable about the per
formance, which consisted chiefly of
vaudeville turns, several of which
were contributed by Ed Swan, a for
mer resident rf this city. Swan's
friends gave him tin ovation, and when
he shuffled his feet as he used to do
on the street corners before he be
came a professional, his companions
of those days, who were out in force
to see him, nearly tore down the
house. Swan impersonated a farmer,
negro and Irishman last evening, sang
songs and danced. He did finely in
each part assigned to him.
"Just Struck Town," a Swedish com
edy drama, will be seen at the Illinois
theatre", Thursday evening. Feb. 4. This
play abounds in sensational and com
edy success. Hulda Gunderson. the
Swede servant girl, on the outlook
for a husband, indeed as funny a
character as ever seen upon the stage.
Handout King, the tramp as played by
Harry Todd, keeps the audience in
continual laughter. New up-to-date
specialties are introduced during the
action of the play. Popular prices.
The announcement that next Friday
evening at the Illinois theatre "York
State Folks" will be presented with
the same c.sf as seen here last, will
be one received wnh a great deal of
pleasure by the theatregoers of this
city. This charming pastoral play
was presented here last month and
by reason of the forcible impression
it made iion the minds of those who
had the good fortune to witnes? it
and by the talk it created after its
departure, it is but fair to presume
that the engagement of "York Stafe
Folks" will call out one of the largest
and most fashionable anddences of the
season. The cast will be the original,
identically the same as seen here
iaEt, including James Lackaye. Rav
L. Royee. Randolph Currie. Harry
J3ckson, Harry Crosby. Kate Jack
son. Mrs. Sid men. Lillian lihoa.V-s.
Osborn Searle. Arthur Gregory. Frank
Soule, the three clever children and
DIFFICULT. TO GET FUNDS
latoriirbaa Promoters Ar Balked bjr the
Tightness of the money market is
having its effect upon the plans of in-
terurban promoters, and as a result
not a few of the enterprises that have
been launched during ihe last year
seem doomed to come rf naught. The
t straits that the Galesburg - Kewanet
which has already in c perat ion four
miles of road at Kewanee. is. it was
frankly admitted at that city Mon
day evening by W. H. Lyman member
of the company', who sought the city
council to giant the line an extension
of the franchise from 20 to "0 years
in rrder to insure the completion of
satisfactory financial arrangements.
He declared no further funis could
be secured on the terms of the fran
chise now held and that the portion
of the line that was already built
needed repairing, anil several hun
dred thousand dollars were required
to finish the road to Galva. The coun
cil took no action.
President Levi Waterman, of the
Rock River Traction company, pre
sented his resignation to the board of
directors at a meeting held at Gene
seo for the reason, it is stated that
the company had been unable to get a
franchise at Geneseo. It is estimated
that the sum of $2,000,000 will be re
quired to build the fine from Ster
ling to Rock Island and without a
franchise in every town and city
through which it is intended to pass
all efforts to secure the necessary
funds will fail. The right i f way has
been secured in all places except
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
StO to Oklabomo.
Feb. 10. and March 1 and 13 the C.
R. I. S: P. railway will sell one-way
colonist tickets to all points in Okla
homa and Indian Territory at rate
of $10. and to a number of points in
Texas the rate will be $11.."0.
V.. It A Q. Exrumloiift.
New Orleans, La., and return. $27
Mobile, Ala., and return, $25.70. Pen
sacola, Fla.. and return, $2.".75. Tick
ets on sale Feb. 9 to 14, inclusive; re
turn limit, March 3. Inquire of depot,
Twentieth street and Second avenue
Mardl Gras. New Orleans. La.
The Illinois Central Railroad will
sell excursion tickets Pepria to New
Orleans, La., Feb. 9 to 14, at the low-
rate of $24.33, with return limit to
March 5. provided ticket 5s deposited
bv Feb. 20, with fee of 50c.
Stop over allowed on both going and
Solid vestibuled trains, consisting of
standard Pullman sleepers, library
car, free chair cars and diners. Quick
est time. Our own line all the way.
For further information write or
call on the undcrsigneed.
G. A. SMITH,
City ticket offices 329 Main Street
L.nd ICzennilons to Oklahoma
Land excursions to Oklahoma will
be run over the Rock Island System
Jan. 5 and 19, Feb. 2 and 10, March 1
and 15 and April 3 and 19. For fur
ther particulars, call on or write
E. E. MORGAN,
HENRY .1. GRIPP.
1410 Fifteenth Street. Moline. 111.
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I cure Piles, Fistula, Chronic.
Constipation, Fissures, and all oth
er Rectal and Intestinal Diseases
without pain or the knife.
Every victim of piles knows too
well the discomfort and annoyance
they cause. Piles are always an indi
cation of disorder which, if neglected
certainly leads to the most serious
rectal and .intesl inal diseases.
I cure piles, allaying the rectal in
flammation and removing its causes.
Many diseases and disorders of the
delicate female organs are the result
of rectal ailments and cannot be cured
until the cause is removed. Thous
ands of women are suffering daily tor
tures from female disorders because
their physicians have not discovered
that the cause of their trouble is some
rectal disease. "I have given special
attention during my years of study
II. E. CASTEEL,
(Seii tral Trust k Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock. lOO.OOO. Four Per Cent Internet Paid on Depoelta
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
nent, which is kept entirely separate from the Ranking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial J
igeat for non-residents, women,
Diamonds Going Down Instead of Up.
$5,000 stock of diamonds, watches, jewelry, clothing, bicycles and other
merchandise being sold at great bargains at Cipdplc Ian OffirA 5
320 Twentieth St., Rock Island; 'phone CCJ. Jlege' S mr-w
5THENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
forty-Elsht Thousand Io!larw .!
for fancy Lot of Tebaceo.
Tba biggest purchase of hlgb grad
tobacco ever made la the West by a
cigar manufacturer v a made last
Wednesday by Frank 1. Lew!-, Peoria
III., for hi- celebrated Hirjgle Uindci
rigar. A written guarantee wnh glvet.
that the entire amount wai to be fauc
"elected tobacco. Ibis no doubt
makes the Lew in factory the lar?;
holder in ire Untied 6u!eof lobucc
of o bigti u giading. Ueratd'Trm
vyrtpt. Dec. tl if
and practice to the reflex action of
rectal diseases on the female organs
and have cured hundreds of cases of
female disorders which have baffled
othtfjk-pliysieians. for ycars-rWoflrrtYf
PufferTfag from diseases ' pociiirar lo
their sfcx which their physicians have
been unable to cure should consult
me. My ofiice otters every privacy
and female'attendants are at the ser
vice of my patients.
I cure all disorders of the. Rectum
The entire digestive tract from the
stomach to the rectum is one of my
specialties. My methods of treatment
offer a certain cure for all diseases
of this portion of the human system
and their reflexes whenever a cure is
possible to human skill. I do not
take all cases, but I guarantee a
cure whenever I take a case.
I am especially desirous of cases
which other physicians have failed to
cure. Physicians having obstinate
cases tinder treatment are invited to
consult me, free of charge.
Call ami investigate. Consultation
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and. Take elevator to 4th floor.
Rooms 49 30 and 51. Hours 9 to 5.
Evenings 7 to 8. Sunday 9 to 12.
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invalids, ami others.
JOHN VOLK & CO.,
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Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
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