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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 100.",.
Oct. 30-Nov. 2 Wallick
. 3"A Wife's Secret."
. 5 C. B. Hanford.
, $.11 The Flints.
, 12 Dan Su!ly in "Our Pastor."
, 14 "An Orphan's Prayer."
. 18 "San Toy."
, 19 "Why Girls Leave Home."
. 20 "My Wife's Family."
22 "The Sciiool Girl."
23 "The Two Johns."
24 Stetson's "Uncle Tom's
25 "The Forbidden Land."
26 Hans and Nix.
27 "Alice in Wonderland."
30 "McFadden's Row of
Herbert L. Flint. Of all the hypno
tists now upon th" American stag-'.
Herbert I.. Flint statuls confessedly at
t'.ie head. His native a'tili'les in thi.-:
direction are wonderful, and show that
h possesses occult powers . f the
hlph t'e. lie takes a class of 2i!
from the audience, and in a very few
FOR FIFTEEN YEARS AND DREAD
Mr. Arthur Caul of W Ils ille. uhi .
writes: "I wish every one suffering
from catarrh or bronchial troubles
knew the value of Vitml as I do.
fore taking It I had catarrh for flf:eci
years, and for the last year I li.vl a
pain in my lungs and coughed n'.zni
and dav. which eansed nie t.) lo
flesh. I felt sure 1 was goiuj: in'o
consumption, as not bins seetned to
"Vinol was recommended, and after
taking four bottle I am tutirely curv.l.
I would not take fl.ueo for the ood it
Las done me. I wish 1 could persuade
every body who suffers from catarrh
and bronchial troubles, t-r who dreads
consumption, to try Vinol."
"To further convince the people of
Rock Island in regard to the value of
Vinci. 1. H. O. Rolfs, declare it to be
the most valuable preparation of cwd
liver oil for all wasting d.seases. the
greatest health restorer and urength
creator for th weak, the convalescent
and the aged which we have ever sold.
"I can only ask evef person in Hock
Islaoi to try Vino! on our guarantee
to refund their money if it fails. This
is a fair, honest offer on which you
cciir.ot lose." H. O. Rolf.
THE IOWA & ILLINOIS R'Y
STILL GIVES SPECIAL
RATES FOR SPECIAL CAR
PARTIES AND EXCURSIONS.
TELEPHONE OR WRITE TO
US, AND YOU WILL RE
CEIVE PROMPT ATTEN
moments he has t'neiu under perfect
control, ready to obey Ills slightest
wi-h. They will see things which he
suggests with the renlity of perfect
vision as if they stood before the ol
ject. All sorts of hallucinations are
eperi need and all Kinds of vagarie?
are exhibited, bur t rn whole e-ntertnin
imnt. while exhibiting all of the
phenomena of hypnotism, is done with
out the slightest detriment to the sub
jTTs. They k through the most sur
pris'ng feats anil tln-n awaken and
njoy t!;o ntei tainment and laugh at
their comrades, who are executing
some riJieubitis feat in their turn. I)r
Flint will be at the Illinois theatr:
Nov. ; to n.
Charles B. Hanford. Few plays til
tiie higher class have the hold of pop
w'ar esteem that is possessed by "Thi
Merchant of Venire," jn which Charle:
it. Hanford is now appearing with ex
traordinary success. So closely hat
this play been studied that the actoi
who undertakes a production of it
submits himself to the most rigid crit
icism. Mr. Hanford is fortunate in
h.avinir so charming a leading lady a
Miss Marie Drofiiuti, who will appear
as I'ortia. Mis Profnah's popularity is
firmly grounded and there will lie much
interest in seeing her in a part which
affords her such admirable opportuni
ties. Hanford will be at the Illinois
Is Loudly Praised Says the press
agent: A spUndid cast and an elabor
ate scenic embellishment will be seen
In Sptncer A: Aborn's successful mn-
tioT.al drama. "A Wife's Secret," which
v ui ik seen at the Illinois theatre FrI
day. Nov. ::. t.r the first time in this
(Ci'y. Frevi reports received from other
cities where this attraction has played
si me its initiative last season, it Is
one f the biggest hits of recent ytars,
! e:n ; n play of strong human sentl-
ivr. clever and natural characteriza-
i. a-. t:im:mg reur.sm. warm heart in
t' rest ai winning comedy. It is de
sr ilbed as a symphony of life today, in
w. hurr.or an 1 athos. which should
;.: ve i.ae of the best drawing cards to
1 s. . n at the Illinois this season.
Open Engagement. Dubinsky Bros'
Wallace's Thiatrr company opened a
t!:ree days' ugagennnt at toe Illinois
last evening and pleased a large audi
ence. The optning number wag "For
Home and Honor." This evening "My
Frund from Arkansas." wil; be given.
Tomorrow afternoon there will be a
Two Companies Cancel. Manager
Taylor toUay received notice of the
canceling of the dates of "The Clay
Raker"' which was to have come Nov.
15 and "Trilby" due the 17th. Also
catne the announce mcnt that "Alice in
Wonderland" will be here the 27th.
May Be Serious Case. Robert John
ston, the colored man who was shot by
Tom Jenn:ngs the engineer at t'ae
Kimball tons ;." a short time ago, is in
a serious condition at the county hos
pital, blood poisoning having set in.
The case might assume a very serious
aspect for Jennings in case the man
J:d not r cover.
Announces First Number. Manager
I. Dunlap. of the Turner Grand opera
liouse, announces Nov. 7 as the date
tf the opening of that remodeled and
renovated playhouse, with the fine line
f attractions that the Schubert Bros.
promise DavenjHirt this winter. Grace
Van Sfiddiloid as Lady Teazle form.;
.me of the iro.-t pretentious theatrical
offerings of the season. The famous
eauty will appear at the Grand on
its opening mgnt. ana it mat is in?
kind that keeps coming, a prosperous
season is evidently awaiting the new
Company to Incorporate. Articles of
incorporation of the Schick Express t
Transfer company have been prepared
in the law office of Carroll IJros. for
filing with the county recorder, and by
the terms of these articles a new com
pany is given birth to succeed to the
business of the present Schick Express,
Transfer & Storage company, one ol
the largest concerns of its kind in the
Fought Over 50 Cents. Ed Berry.
colored, charged with assault with in
tent to do great bodily injury on the
person of Richard Morgan also col
ored, waived his preliminary hearing
at Justice Fingers' court and was plac
ed under bonds of $.".. Berry and
Morgan, who are both plasterers, got
in'o a quarrel late Saturday night over
money matters, about no cents being
involved, and did some harmless shoo-
Testified Against Mother. A sad
spectacle in Justice Hall's court yes.
terday was the scene of an 11 year-oil
son testifying against his mother's re
lations with other men than his father
and upon which testimony Mrs. Daisy
Marie Hesse was bound over to the
grand jury ujxm the charge of adul
tery. Being unable to furnish bail, she
wits taken back to jail, where she will
be detained until the grand jury has
a chance- to review In r case. Although
this son. Fred Hesse, gave damaging
testimony against her, Mrs. Hesse
showed no malice towards him. and
with tears in her eyes kissed him an
affectionate farewell as she was escort
ed from Justice Hall's office back to
jail by Constable Byron Rumsey.
Sheriff Enjoined. Judge Jackson
yesterday afternoon granted a temio-
rary injunction in favor of Charles T
Cooper and against Sheriff E. G. Mc
Arthur, by the terms of which the sher
iff is enjoined from interfering with
any transactions that Attorney Cooper
may have at the jail with the prisoners
who become his clients.
Plan Joint Meeting. The Daven
port .Ministerial association has ap
proved plans for a joint service at the
Edwards Congregational church on the
( Veiling of Thanksgiving day. Rev
HEAD SOLID SORE
Awful Suffering of Baby and
Sleepless Nights of
Skin Fair as a Lily with no Scar
to Recall Awful Sore
'I herewith write out in full the be
ginning and end of that terrible disease
eczema," says Mrs. Wm. Ryer, Elk
River, Minn., " which caused my babe
untold suffering and myself many
sleepless nights. My babe was born
seemingly a fair, healthy child, but
when she was three weeks old a swell
ing appeared on the back of her head,
and in course of time broke. It did
not heal but grew worse, and the sore
spread from the size of a dime to that
of a dollar. I used all kinds of reme
dies that I could think of, but nothing
seemed to help; in fact, it grew worse.
Her hair fell cut where the sore was,
and I feared it would never grow again.
It continued until my aged father came
on a visit, and when he saw the baby
he told me to get Cuticura Soap and
Ointment right away.
"To please him I did so, and to ray
surprise by their use the sore began to
heal over, the hair grew over it, and
to-day she has a nice head of hair, her
skin is as fair as a lily, and she has no
scar left to recall that awful sore, and
it is over eight months and no eigu ot
"Your letter of the 19th inst. re
ceived, asking in regard to the cure of
my baby some six years ago. Well,
thedisease has never returned to her
head which at that time was a solid
sore on top and down the back."
Mrs. Wm. Ryer, Elk River, ilina.
Feb. 25, 1903.
60,4 Of rM CoUnn Itiiilul. Ma.
On ura ut Oorut.ti Cuslrd Pi.., :3c px, m j1
: ntU, i Kim d i. fmlM i Bua -fc. l.C 1 i
Mott R. Sawyers will deliver the an
Close Call for Roustabout. If there
was ever a man born under a lucky
star, that man is James Gaskey, a deck
hand on the Helen Blair. While load
ing cargo yesterday afternoon about 2
o'clock Gaskey had occasion to stop
on the D.. R. I. & N. W. tracks in front
of the Diamond Jo warehouse. A
switch engine was engaged in making
up a passenger train at this time and
a passenger coach had just been shunt
ed down the track. The car knocked
Gaskey down square in the middle of
the rails. The front trucks rassed com
pletely over him but before the hind
trucks could reach him Gaskey rolled
betwten the wheels to the side of the
tracks, where he was beyond danger's
SIMPLE REMEDY FOR CATARRH
Just Breathe Hyomei Four Times a
Day and Be Cured.
Hyomei has performed almost mirac
ulous cures of catarrh, and is today
recognized by leading members of th.'
medical profession as the only adver
tized remedy that can be relied upon
to do just what it claims. The com
plete outfit of Hyomei costs Jl.tio and
consists of an inhaler, a medicine drop
per, and a bottle of Hyomei.
Breathe Hyomei through the inhaler
for a few minutes four times a day.
and it will cure the worst case of ca
tarrh. It soothes and heals the mucous
membrane of the air passages, prevents
irritation and effects a complete and
In Rock Island there are scores of
well known people who have been
cured of catarrh by Hyomei. If it does
not cure you. H. O. Rolfs will return
the money you pay for Hyomei. This
is the strongest evidence that can be
offered as to his faith in th? remedy.
ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE.
Rock Island county court. Judge E
E. I'armenter presiding:
Probate. Estate of Olof C. Feer
nandt. Final report of Elna Feernandt.
executrix, filed and approved. It ap
pears no further notice is necessary.
Executrix discharged and estate closed
Estate of Richard Warehani. Deposi
tion of Otto Rudert, the other subscrib
ing witness to will, taken in open court
in proof of execution of said will filed
and approved and will admitted to
Esta'e of Carl Ructz. Bond of said
Andrew Ruetz in the sum of $2,000 filed
and approved and letters of administra
tion with will annexed issued to him.
Estate of John R. Gitt. Bond of the
sai l Henry C. SchafTer filed and ap
proved and letters of administration
issued to him. Samuel Ryerson, John
E. Fleming and Charles Oberg ap
Estate of Frederick Valentine. Final
report and settlement of administra
rlx filed. Hearing thereon set for
Nov. 21. l(tor. ?t 9 o'clock a. m. Order
ed that administrator notify heirs by
Estate of Thomas Farley. Final re
port of administratrix filed and approv
ed. Proof of heirship made and filed.
It appears that only heir-at-law has re
ceived estate herein; that no further
notice is necessary. Said administra
trix discharged and estate closed.
Estate of John E. Crouch. Relin
quishment by brothers of deceased of
right to administer and nomination of
Claus D. Hanson for administrator filed.
Petition by said Claus D. Hanson for
letters of administration filed. Admin
istrator's oath taken and filed. Bond
of said Clans D. Hanson filed and ap
proved and letters of administration is
sued to him. John A. Hennegan, Scott
Kennedy and W. R. Carey appointed
In re guardianship of Mabel A.
Crouch, et al.. minors. Bond of said
Claus D. Hanson as guardian filed and
approved and letters of guardianship
issued to him.
C, M. &. St. P. Excursion Ratea.
Home seekers tickets on Bale every
Tuesday In each month to Nov. 1. 1905
To points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota. And everv first
and third Tuesday in each month to
other homeseekers' territory. For fur
ther information phone or call at any
C, M. & St. P. ticket office.
The C, M. & St. P. offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-clties, sleeping car
reservations made to any point desir
ed, for further information phone any
of their offices.
Of the Central Passenger association
will, commencing Nov. 1, 1905. be hon-.
ored between all stations on the Illi
nois Central railroad in Indiana anil;
Illinois south of Chicago. V.'enona and.
Peoria, inclusive. This interchange
able mileage will also be honored toi
and from St. Louis, Mo. A, II. Han-,
sen, passenger traffic manager; S. G.
Hatch, general passenger agent.
Sciatic Rhematism Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist, Rich
mond. Va., Bays: "l had a fearful at
tack of sciatic rheumatism, was laid
up almost two months; was fortunate
enough to get Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. This cured men after doctor'
prescriptions had failed to have anj
effect. I have also heard of fine result
from others who have used It." Sold
y Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue.
Rock Island, Gust Schlegel & Son, 20
West Second 6treet, Davenport.
Gives a Freshness and Newness to the Clothes.
Is the best for washing flannels and
woolens. Is distinguished from all other
soaps because of its purity, its econo
my, and its great washing qualities.
Every atom cleanses.
Send for complete list of the many valuable premiums given for American Family
Soap Wrappers. Address Premium Dept., 3G0 No. Water St., Chicago, 111.
JAMES S. KIRK & COMPANY.
I aAt fiir p sit! m at li
MULIlit MtdllUIi. J
No Carrier Service. Fourth Assist
ant Postmaster General P. V. DeGraw
has notified Postmaster McKinley that
the department would not grant an ex
tension of the mail delivery service to
the newly annexed territory consisting
of Candee's Grove and adjacent terri
tories. The letter written to the post
master is as follows: ''The report of
the post office Inspector who recently
investigated the request for extension
of city delivery to territory recently an
nexed to your city, has been received.
He states that with few exceptions the
section in question is not provided
with good sidewalks, the houses are
not numbered, the streets are not light
df and the houses are scattered and
cannot be served to advantage by car
rier. In view of the conditions exist
ing, your request is denied, as it is not
the intention of the department to in
clude within free delivery limits ter
ritory which has not complied with
the requirements of the regulations."
Mthisen-Larson. Miss Borghild Lar
son and Einar Mthisen were united in
marriage Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock by Rev. L. A. Johnston, of the
Swedish Lutheran church, in the par
sonage. Their attendants were Miss
Ida Olsen and E. Jacobsen, intimate
friends of the contracting parties. The
happy couple will make their home in
Moline on the coiner of Seventeenth
street and Nineteenth avenue. The
groom is a barber and is employed by
Matzer-Carlsten. Miss Abbie Carl-
sten and Peter Matzer, both of Clinton,
were married at high noon yesterday
at the parsonage of the Swedish Luth
eran church. Rev. L. A. Johnston offici
ating. They were attended bf Miss
Alma Lundin and Fred Linden, of this
city. After the ceremony they were
driven directly to the Hotel Harms in
Rock Island, where a dinner was serv
ed to the bridal party. The bride was
handsomely gowned in gray silk and
wore a gray hat. The bridesmaid wor?
blue silk mull. The bride is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carlsten, of
Clinton, and has been a dressmaker in
that city. She formerly lived in Mo
line and is well known here. The
groo:n is manager of a shoe store. The
couple will reside in Clinton.
Dies in South. Word has been re
ceived in Moline, bearing the sad in
telligence of the death of William Steel
who died in Dallas, Tex., where he has
been located for about a year. He was
formerly employed in the factory of
Deere &. Co., and went south about a
year ago when he. with a number of
other men in his department were laid
oft'. Steel's name was formerly Stohl-
knacke, but he caused it to be changed
f-ome time ago. His parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Stohlknacke. reside at
KlllVa Thirteenth avenue.
If you want a pretty face and de
Rosy cheeks and lovely hair.
Wedding trip across the sea.
Put your faith in Rocky Mountain
T. H. Thomas, Pharmacist.
18 ontm, 25 omntm mud 88 otttm.
Fcrcr tftbleapoonfaU of fCTHHd
riat Hiltr in m. cup of hot
water, taken u hour before bmkfart.
erery day, will speedily core the wont
caaes of Indigvatioa, Constipation.
Kidney and Liver Diseases- Ask yoar
druggist, illustrated Booklet Free.
FRENCH UCK SPB1KCS HOTEL CO.
Taos. TS98ri, Pres. French Lick. Ineisaa.
U ...OOMCEtrntATED. II II
Paistxire Lcvids For Leaise, s
IN SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA.
The interior department of the I'nited States has decided to open j
tip to lease, for agricultural purposes, the Indian pasture lands of Ok-
lahoma. These reserve lands consist of more than -iOii.oiin acres of '
some of the best agricultural lauds in Oklahoma, and are located in t
CADDO, KIOWA and COMANCHE counties.
The terms are reasonable and the Kngth of the lease is lixed at (
five years from Jan. 1, lituG, with the lessee's preference right to re- j
lease at the end of the period, subject to appraisement by the secre
tary of the interior. The amount of land to be leased to any one person,
firm or company is from a quarter to two sections.
Bids are to be opened Dec. 4. next.
The "Big Pasture," which is the main body of thU land, is located
in Comanche county, embracing a tract of :5K).uoo acres, most of which
is desirable for farming land and readily produces cotton, wheat, alfal
fa and Kaffir corn.
All the pasture reserves are well watered and much of the land is
located along creek and river bottoms.
Chattanooga, Okla., on the Rock Island, is the gateway to the Big
Every renter or man of small means should take advantage of
Uncle Sam's offer an dsubmit bids, in order to secure the use of n piece
of this rich agricultural land. Additional information desired will be
furnished on application to
When In Doubt Consult (lie Best
Health is life's greatest luxury. If you want health, consult Dr. Walsh,
Davenport's most successful specialist in Chronic, Nervous Diseases of
men and women.
DR. WALSH CURES WHEN OTHERS
KKHVOt'M Ii:i!ll.!TY. sleeplessness, weakness of men. falling' memory,
mental delusion, catarrh, dyspepsia, axttimu, broncliilis. blood cliseu.se.1.
scrofula, piles and kidney diseases.
VOMK. Hufferinjf from iitvoub exhaustion, headaehe, baekaelio. consti
pation, neurulKia, palpi ta! ion of thi; heart, or any other dlxeftxe peculiar
to the nex should consult iJr. Wal.iii and K"'t the benefit of hl vunt ex
perience. lOl" KNOW that Or. Walsh Iw the only specialist who ever remained In
tiie tri-clties over two years. Von also know that h has been located in
Pavi-npiirt 11 yearH. You must know that lr. Walsh remains pertnaio il
ly because he cures bis patients.
YIIIHATIOV AM I-H.KtTltlC'ITV. Twenty years' f xfierlern e hart miidj
!r. Walsh a. mnnler of these method of euririK chronic diseases. He use
all mrnis or eleetrlclty, inclu'tinif Karadlsm. Jalvanlsm. eataphoresls.
Sui usonlal. Static and High Frequency Currents.
AHICO l.I.K Is a frequent cauje of nervous and physlr-al decline. Why
treat months with others when we can positively cure you In from one to
DR. WALSH'S PRICES FOR TREATMENT ARE WITHIN THE
REACH OF ALL.
THU Ql TIO. OK VOI H IIKAIf'll is a vital one. therefore you cannot
afford lo place your case In the hands of those who have had little or no
practical experience In the treatment of chronic diseases.
Ilt. VA I. ir larne private pra.-tiee and extensive experien'-e ai ur-Hen-in-chlef
of St. Anthony's hospital, together with the fct that lie
has cured hundreds who were n.-oiiou rued IncuraMe hy others durlnic
he 11 years h has leen located In Davenport, proves conclusively that
be is the specialist that you should consult if you want to K''t well.
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN.
Itest of references and credentials. If you cannot call, write. Ilun-
O dreus cured t.y man.
Q Hours to 12 a. m . 2 to 5 and
Q P- ni. Office, 124 West Third stre-t,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Undsr th Stat Law.
Money Loaned om Personal Collateral or Real Estate Beevrltr
J. M. Buford, President.
H- P. Hull. Vice President,
P. Oreeaawsit. Cashier.
Bsn tna ustneas July I. 1SI9.
and occupies 8. K. corner of aCltcfa-
U A Lynda's eutldln. '
JOHN SEBASTIAN. P. T. M.
llm k Is) iDcj System.
BIG PASTURE DESK,
- DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
Kx Kuriri-lri-C'iil-f of
iSl. Aiittioiiy JloHpltal.
T to p. m.; Sundays 11:30 to 1:3
McCuiluuK" building. I'avmport, la.
Per Cent Interest Paid or i
Jl. K. Cable.
William II- Iart.
II. P. Hull.
J. at Sufei.
E. W. Hurst.
John Vol k.
-JaxkeoB aV Mo rat.