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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1D3.5.
At the Theatre.
29 "Human Hearts."
Oct. 30-Nov. 2 WalMck
Nov. 3 "A Wife's Secret."
Nov. 5 C. B. Hanford.
Nov. 6-11 The Flints.
Nov. 12 Dan Sut!y in "Our Pastor."
Nov. 14 "An Orphan's Prayer."
Nov. 15 "The Clay Baker."
Nov. 17 "Trilby."
Nov. 18 "San Toy."
Nov. 19 "Why Girls Leave Home."
Nov. 20 "My Wife's Family."
Nov. 22 "The School Girl."
Nov. 23 "The Two Johns."
Nov. 24 Stetscn's "Uncle Tom's
Nov. 25 "The Forbidden Land."
Nov. 26 Hans and Nix.
Nov. 28 "Faust."
Nov. 30 "McFadden's Row cf
Hanford Has Good Support. Mar'..
I'rofnah who ar-p'ars li-r' with ('. H
llanforil Nov. mak. an ulmiraM
Kat heriti-. Sarr!y an whrwUh a
Kniv of li-r prM'f'ssfr. in t ti part.
! sJm- uiv-s ut t!i- roll- th- imiiiir-tul-;-aldr
t-ni'r of a Lih-st run;; woman.
Tht re is no rt-rrur in ih- audit net' for
this Katheiitu. hut lhrr- is jilwny ss
i-p intt-rstt in h r tinl .i Mrt of sym
pathy lor her. Newr is thr- a tin.it
hut Miss Drol'naii to the f'lantr
lira wontaniiii' . ;r i.nre t r:n--f ii I an')
Junctions, ai!l lit r ileveiopnu nt of th"
part is iwn ainl syniriici riral r;'!i t
than a pir'r.re r sharp, sii'lilen con
trasts. Thomas I'. Muiii'jan !ves ;
phasing prf:niu:tue a.- I.tirentio.
Frank lU-iininfr. 1iii s the rue I5 an
illt- and afterward a- Uor'tnsio works
attily and rtVci i , y. t'uryl (iillin siets
the full nie.tire of iiirrinien' c". of
the low corn d part of Crumio.
Tomorrow Night's Bill. l-Vci.-. are
;ranuer than fiction. Al: piavs
penJ inoir nr !e s fin facts for llii-'r
plots. Of i out . a. tinus authors are
prone to carry the liml's of ilramatic
Iicnn- mIipoki i. the point where th
i 'Hiities of I lit-: i U: ale miIjiu'Tj;' !
in the tinnutits of rlieir all too vivid
imagination. "Human 1!u'" i. sail
to he a noiahV cpti.n .tnl fu'iy ti
litstrales how much inuiv.M in dr;:
malic maier.al may he gathered hy an
aiitlior hasd on the actual happcn
ingH ni lile. Tin Mini of "Human
llvartn" is a!inot true In ttry ilr'ail
The incidents thai form the plot are
well Known, and Mill food for msip in
the community wheie lh"v happened.
'I he an'hor of the play met the original
Tom l-oau. !cera years aao. and
liturtl f!ie story from his own lips. "Mil
man Hearts"' will he shown Sunday.
Oct. at the Illinois.
Dubinsky Bros. Show. Wallack's
Theater company, one of the tints' of
the hrusonV repertoire offerings in
Uock Island, will open a three nijiht's
cnguKenient at the Illinois lomiiienein?;
Monda. Oct. ::. For the past five
years this ronipanj has achieved popu
larlfy hy producing new metropolitan
MifcecM's ami Hot deceiving the ptlhlic
with old wt.rn-oiM. plays ijn.il r licti
tious titles. The following list of cities
where they haxe played and the figures
showing th' amount of hu-iness they
have done, may convince the people of
Itock Island that ihey are Kclthm one
of the hest shows llu ver had: Crand
Rapid. Mieh.. ihne nij;hts. $l.t;K'."'.
Kansus City. .Mo., three nights. $1.
710. 1": Ik s Moines. Iowa, three nights.
H.IUl.Oa; Si. Ijotlls?. Mo., three nights
$l.o:7.!.'i: .Miami Ca.. three nights.
$2.9:!2.l. "For Home and Honor" Ks
the opening hill.
"Piff. Paff. Pouf." A lame and de
lightfully vnteriained auditnee k reel
ed the presentation of 15. V. Whitney s
musieal cocktail. "Piff. 1'atT. Fouf at
file Illinois last evening. The produc
lion is elegantly cast and staged and
in every restect is ivfrt shins tl x
hiluruiiim. K. K. Graham a August
Melon. Kathryn Osterman as Mrs. lI
lian Montasue. fiul Fred Mace us IVur
I'ufflV. proved stars In thei respe-tive
roles, and the company was strons; in
verv way. Kvery feature wa bri.nht
DOWN GO THE RATES!
Nov. 7 and iHc. T. and F.
via the Santa Fe. To many
I tints the rate i much less than
one fare for the round trip.
Via the prosperous. so-itLwest.
where a man not afraidof work
can make inonev and enjoy lift
I H. 0 MACK, I
X General Agent A. T. &. S. F. Ry, 8
Q Rock Island. X
swi clean, the music catchy, and
pctfot induce throughvit proved
hest of the reason so far.
Savage's English Grand Opera Co.
Ilpnry W. Savage's tenth ieaon of
hi Euglib tiraud Opera company
opoueil recently in Hrooklyn with an
elaborate nw proiluction of -?j,
famed Ksyptjan opi-ra "Aida." This Is
only one seven masterpiece in the
eompauy's repertory this season. The
Fnsliu singing artists were welcomed
hy an audience that completely filled
Senator Reynolds" new playhouse, the
music lovers remaining after the last
curtain to -all out the favorite artists
and conductors for a final ovation.
Mme. Serena, who recently arrived
from Fari. made her American debut
In the title role and scored a pronounced
hit. This taleuted young Roumanian
singer wan Jean Le Iteszke's star pupil
le fore she made her Paris debut two
years ago. Other members of the cast
included Jtita Newman, the dramatic
contralto; Joseph Sheeban. who electri
fied the audience with his high C In the
famous -releste Aida;" Wlufred toff,
the artistic baritone; Ottley Cranston,
the b;ss' of last year's "Parsifal" com
pany, and Millicent Prennan. another
new prima donna.
Following "Aida," the repertory for
the week included 'Wagner's "Lohen
grin" snid "Tannhauser." Puccini's
"I-i f!.)l:eiiic." ijouuod's "Faust" and
Verdi's "Figoletto." This latter exqui
site .-Hid popular work is one of the
chief new features this season, and it
mere than duplicated the suci-ess of
Wagner's "Valkyrie" i to have Its
first production in Kngllsh this season
by M Savage during the coining Hos
The eompany has started on Its sec
ond cross continental lour, carrying
over l.t people and an orchestra of
fifty musicians, under Conductors X. 11.
F.maimcl. Flliot Schenck and F.ugene
"Man aud .Sherman" grows more
popular 'is tie weeks jxo by. It Is not
likely any other nttrnlinu will be seen
a i the Hudson theater. New York, thl
season. The author. (leorge p.eruard
Shaw, seemed to understand New York
ers better than they understood them
selves when he predicted that they
would accept the piece heartily. Like
Shaw' other play "You Never Can
'1 ell." for Instance it takes with the
Robert I.oraine has scored the hit
of his career in the play, and his sup
porting company Is one of undisputed
In this country the admirers of I.er
nard Shaw are commonly referred i a
"Shavvltes." In Londou the British re
viewers say "Sha wviaus." In the
weet they call them "Shawuees," but
It has remained for New York to coin
still another word applying to the au
thor's admirers. Owing to the fact
that In "Man and Superman" an auto
mobile figures prominently the attaches
of the Hudson theater speak of Shaw
patrou as "Shawfeurs."
At Ihe Empire theater.New York, John
Irew in Augustus Thomas" American,
comedy, "De Incey." continues to
please large audiences. At the Irimess
theater Margaret Augliu. who has been
compared to Bernhardt by one capable
critic. Is attracting large and cultured
audiences who rave over her Zira.
"The Walls of Jericho" continues to
fall nightly at the Savoy, where James
K. Ilackett and Mary Mann st ing are
appearing lu the Sutro Mudy of Eng
Theodore Kremer In his latest strain
cpon the nerves, "Queen of the Con
victs." sets Miss Selina Herman a live
ly pace, lie brings her on in bare feet,
requires her to milk a cow, has her
fight a duel, makes her do a Servian
dance and drives her to a flipflap
through stage door. Both Miss Her
man and the cow are wondering wheth
er they will last through the seasou.
Eddie HanloD, who. although he w oo
cn a foul from Willie Fitzgerald, hart
all the honors of the content tt the
time the fight was terminated and
thereby surprised a good many of tho
wise ones who figured tbt Fit had
nearly a cinch on the long end of the
purse. Is another sample of the fighter
who has caught his second wind, aud
with his temperate mode f living h
seems good for a long stay in the gama
and posslblT a crack at the champion
Kax tm toll fttafcl.
C B. Knox will sell all of his horses
except Anaconda, the donMe gaffed
Handsome High Grade Carpets. Rugs and All Floor Coverings
AT NEAR.LY COST.
WE FIND WE ARE OVERSTOCKED. THEREFORE THIS BIG CUT IN PRICES. OUR CARPET STOCK EQUALS ANY IN THE TRI CITIES
AND. IN FACT, RIVALS ALL. EVERY OBTAINABLE STYLE AND WEAVE WORTH SHOWING. EVERY DESIRABLE PATTERN ON THE MAR
KET. THE FINEST CARPET IN THE COUNTRY AT ALMOST WHOLESALE PRICES. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY WITH THESE GOODS. AND
Sale peivs Monday, Oct. 30, For Twelve Days
One lot l2. rolls i of high gra'le Wilton Velvet Carpets regu
lar price $1.1, $1.13. S I i and $l.": your choice of any of
these patterns, sewed and laid, for the next two
One lo; 2o rolls) beautiful patterns of Axtninster CannHs,
regular price $1.15. $1.2. aud $1.35. your choice,
sewed and laid SI. 00
One l.t 15 roli.sJ Siaudarc! Body Brussels, regular price $1.25
and $!..:5. your choice, sewed and laid $1.00
One Jot half wool Ingrain Carpets. 10 pat U rns, regular
i.'ic and 4T,4e your choice, sewed and laid -40C
RUGS AND ART SQUARES Haven't space to particular
ize, but they're in every known weave; side and color com
binations, and the prices will agreeably surprise you.
MATTINGS Made of good live straw. They are ilexihle,
and do nor scuff otit like the ioorer. dried-out sorts. They are
a good floor covering and cheap if you purchase here.
One lot t'io rolls) of all wool Ingrain, one yard wide, hest ex
tra Supers, not an old pattern among them: all clean new
giiods; regular price tJ5c and 07c without sewing
and laying, your choice, sewed and laid.. . G0c
One lot Linoleums, good quality,
your choice 45c and
One lot Oil Cloth, very new
est patterns, as low as
109-111 Bast Second Street,
Davenporter Honored. Henry J.
Kckhardt of Oavtnport was t lected
president of the Engineering Society
of the State university of Iowa al the
meeting of the society Thursday even
ing at Iowa City. Eckhardt is a niem
ier of the stnior class in civil engin
eering and a graduate of I. H. S.
Hates Ground He Walks Upon. The
preliminary hearing of Mrs. Haisy Ma
rie Hesse, charged by her husband
with adultery, did not take place yes
terday afternoon before Justice Ha!i
as scheduled, but upon the agreement
of both the prosecution and defense, a
continuance was taken until Monday
morning. Mrs. Hesse is the woman
found by Constable Kumsey concealed
under a bed in a shanty on the Wapsie
bottoms, where she was living with two
wood choppers after leaving her hus
hand and tour children. Mrs. Hesse
still continues to curse htr husband
and says she hatc& the very ground up
on which he walks. In order to put
him off the track, she left tome of her
clothing on the Wapsie bridge last
week with a note pinned lo them lo the
effect that she had drowned her.-elf.
Children Saved Her. Because 1:
!id not know what to io about the
children. Magistrate Finger dismissed
Madame Hove, ariested for fortune tel
ling. The woman had been arrested
for telling fortunes and having a sigu
'luuo'.t.ciug palm readings hanging be
fore her resilience on Hock Island
street between Seventh and Fight h.
She had two children with her when
she came to ihe station. Sae said she
could ne't pay the license required an I
had if not been for the presence of t lie
babies, she wouid have been sent to
jail for days. As it ws. she was
simply warned disconi iioie the prac
tice of telling fortunes.
Sensational Suits. Two sensation
ai suits auainst Mrs. Mary F. Fessler,
ihe weahhv land owner of Friuceton
iwnsliip. have beeu prepared in the
office of Attorney J. A. Hanley for til
ing in the Scott county ciirici court,
la these suits, the complainants are
Mrs. Flla Dunn aud her husband. J.
F. Dunn. Mr. Fess-ler. the t'orft ndani .
is charged by them with slender, as--aull
and bat:ery and larceny. The
first suit is eutiiled. Mrs. El'a Dunn vs.
Mary E. Fessler. In this action Mrs.
Iunn seeks the rutxivtry of $1.'m dam
ages for alleged assault and baiiery.
committed upon her by ihe defendant
during the month of March of the pres
ent year. J. F. Dunn, the husband of
Mrs. Dunn, has also entered suit
THE BEST VALUES THAT HAVE BEEN OFFERED
EVERYBODY ADMIRES FINE CARPETS. SEE THE PRETTY PATTERNS
against Mrs. Fessler and claims of her
the sum of $2,iou as damages for al
leged slander. Mrs. Dunn accuses Mrs.
Fessler of calling him a grtod-for-noth-ing.
worthless cuss, one who never
pays his debts and not rcsionslbIe as
a citizen. He also accuses the defend
ant of calling him a liar and other ob
jt ct :onable names. In the same suit
Mr. Dunn sues on a separate account ir.
the sum of $ 5. which amount he claims
as compensation for Shu pounds of hay
which Mrs. Fessler is alleged to have
wrongfully carried away from his
premises. On account tf all the par
ties to the above suit being well known
residents of Princeton township, the
matter promises to cause a sensation
when tried in court.
Fined for Contempt. Peter Kuhde
was brought before Judge Jackson yes
terday and fined $25 for contempt of
court. He was assigned to the county
jail until it is paid and will be allowed
$'J.3:J for every day spent there until I
the fine is served out. Ftuhde was sub
poenaed to appi ar and bear testimony
in behalf of the state in the case of
Pleasant I'arrish. accused of arson
When the time for trial arrived and
the jury was drawn, neither Peter Kuh
de nor Henry Hintz. the state's two
witnesses, were present and the county
attorney was forced to dismiss. It
was afterwards learned that Henrvl
Hintz had not received the notice serv-J
ed iiiion mm ana so tie coma no' hc
helil. Kuhde. however, had been serv
ed personally. It was Rubde to whom
Parrish is supposed to have made a
confession of the deed for which he
was indicted. Ruhde was arrested a
few days ago and has been lingering
here some time.
Rev. Judy President. Kev. A. M.
Judy has returned from the stale con
lerenee of I'nirarian and other inde
pendent churches, held during Ihe past
three days at Des Moines. There he
was eomplinu nted by re-eIection a
president of the organization.
Frightful Suffering Relieved.
Suffering frightfully from the viru
lent poisons of undigested food. C. G.
Grayson, of Lula. Miss., took Dr.
King's New IJfe Pills "with the result."
he writes, "that I was cured" AU
stomach and bwcj disorders give way
to their Jaxative properties. 25 cental
at Hartz & UUemeyer's drug store.
A Pleasure to All.
No pill is as pleasant and positive
su DeWitt s Little Early Risers. These
famous little pills are so mild and ef
fective that children, delicate ladies
and weak people enjoy their cleansing
effect, while strong people 8ay they
are the best liver pills 6old. Sold by
IN MANY A DAY.
Station to Cost $6.000. If the city
council accepts the report of the fire,
water and light committee it will not
be long before another fire department
will be established in the city north of
the tracks to insure better fire protec
tion for the factory interest. The mat
ter was pone over at a spe-cial meet
ing of the tire, water and light com
mittee and the members decided
unanimously that the proposition of th
factory men was a fair one ami decid
ed to recommend the council to accept
tie same. The factory interest will
donale the lot on which the building is
to be creeled ami will let the city have
tic use of $0.ooii to establish the de
partment without interest.
Opens Reading Room. Through ihe
generosity of f. A. Stephens a reading
loom or a branch library has been
opened in the west end of the city in
th' vacant room at 5:;) Sixth street,
and will be opened to every working
mnu and any boy over 14 years of agf.
..Select New Site. Local butcher.
have Hit the loss of a slaughter house
which was destroyed by fire some lime
a at: Several of the leading meat han
dlers til the city have been u.-ing their
best efforts to interest their fellow bus-
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IN OUR WEST WINDOW.
One of the grander assortments of parlor i;otls can he
seen on our fourth floo. You will find everything there Ih.i;
you may want, and prices will suit you.
Very pretty three-picc? Parlor Suites, as low
Beautiful three-piece Suites. $25. $22.5u
and SI 7.50
Handsome ilished (pi n t er-sa wed oak
If you would take the time to step into our stove depart,
ment and see our beautiful ranges, cook stoves and healers,
you would not be long in ordering one sent to your home, like
your neighbors are doing. Have you seen our Malleable Iron
.Range that we are selling so many of?
We would he pleased to show you that line steel
range we are selling so many of at S23.00
One glance at our stove window will give you an idea of
We iia-. e four kinds of
Full nickel plated oil
Four different sizes of
See our four different makes of hot blast stoves. We
control four of the best makes on ihe market today; 25 dif
ferent sizes and styles. Don't buy one until you see these
four makes. You will rind them from $2 to $5 cheaper than any
iness men in the proposition of erecting
a new slaughter house, and ihey have
met with success. In fact, the promo
ters are certain that enough interest
has been manifested to insure advance
ment of the necessary funds, which, of
course, means a new building. The
promoters went into the country and
have selected a site which they think
will be a very good place for a new
building. It is located on the Ferry
farm, one mile east of where the old
slaughter house stood, and is within
easy hauling distance from Moline.
Another Minstrel Show. Moline Elks
held an enthusiastic meeting Thursday,
at which it was decided to form a Den
ver club, the purpose of which was to
cooperate with the Denver club of Dav
enport Elks. The lodge also decided
to give the minstrel show again thi-j
winter, perhaps some time after the
holidays. It will be given in the new
Moline theatre. The committee ap
pointed to arrange the event consists
of Robert Mahon E. S Sklmwr u,
To Discuss Moline's Needs. Tues
day evening, Nov. II, the next open
meeiii.g of the Woman's club will be
lu Id in the Methodist church unil u
prog i a iii of unusual interest has been
prcpu-td by the program committee
The needs of Moline will be thoroughly
(Usc 'i-st i by various speakers.
A Daredevil Ride
often ends in a sad accident. To hea
accidental injuries use Bucklin's Ami
ca Salve. "A deep wound in my foot
from an accident." writes Theodore
Schuele, of Columbus, Ohio, "caused
me great pain. Physicians were help
less, but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quick
ly healed it. Soothes and heals burns
like magic. 2i cents at Hartz & Ulle
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental lua. Co N't York
Agricultural Ins. Co. .......New York
Traders' Ins. Co Chicago, III.
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co. N. Hampshire
North German Ins. Co New York
Americas Zs. Co. ...Philadelphia, Pa.
Security Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. .Rockford, I1L
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
oil heaters; very pretty
healer, price $5.50;
air tight heaters medium
Order your N E W
Suit or Overcoat at
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Georgia. Florida. North ar.d Houth Car
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and Virginia. Tickets sold on th
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May to November, 1905,
At the very low rats of one fare for
tne round trip, plus fi. Tickets ar
good g-oinir 15 day, and for stop-over
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for rcti.in of 21 'hiy from date of n.l".
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