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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1006.
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: Monday Evening, Feb. 5.'" .:
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And Ills js'otable Company Present
That Beautiful, Romantic
HE R.T.AND SWOR.D
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50.
Cox, fl.50. ' . , . ...
Seats' on sale Saturday morning, at
9 o'clock at theatre. 'Pone west 221.
. Wednesday Evening, Feb. 7.
A Festival of Laiishter The Oriyigal
and Only lioyt's
A BUNCH OF KEYS
' fOH THK HOTEL.)..
I'rearnled by a Company of Karce-Com-edy
Favorites, in the latest. Hits,'
Fads. Songs and Dances of
Superb Spt-rialty Features and ttv:
runni-l Melange of Musical Merriment
ever before produced. A new departure
in fascinating effects.
Irl-r JTjc. 30c and 73c; box. $1.00.
Heat imle Monday morning at theatre.
Tuesday Eye. Feb. 6.
The Battle ojr
A' WONDERFUL, THRILLING AND
Under Auspices of
JOHN BUFORD POST, G. A. R.t
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS.
Sues for $50,000. Dorothea Cunning
ham,' the wdow . of Thomas S. Cun
ningham, thrown from a hook and lad
der truck and killed last December, as
administratrix of his estate, has Insti
tuted suit against the Trl-City Railway
company for $50,000. The claim Is that
the cause of Mr. Cunningham's being
thrown from the , truck was the fact
that the tracks of the street car com
pany at the point where the accident
occurred are elevated above the level
of the paving. This is due to the com
pany's negligence and in violation of
a city ordinance, according to the
statements In the petition.
Authorizes More Stock. That the
present policy of the People's Light
company in keeping abreast of the
times and adopting all the latest 1m
Feb. 12 "Homeseekers."
Feb. 14 Mls 6ob WhNte.'
Feb. 15 Primrose's Minstrels.
Feb.. 1 "The Four Hunting?."
Feb. 24 "Reuben in New York."
Feb. 25 Pete Baker in "Legend of
the Catskills." . .
' Walker Whiteside Tonight. Walker
Whiteside will bring his elaborate "pro
duction of B. J. Pengrews comedy to
this city tonight. The play, it is said,
is superior to anything aside from the
classic plays which Mr. Whiteside has
yet produced: From reports it is evi
dent that "Heart and Sword" has
caught the popular fancy,-and the com
pany supporthg Mr. Whiteside is said
to be of unusual strength. - The usual
crowded house which always greets
Mr. Whiteside, in this clty.will.be i
evidence at the Illinois to witness his
Bunch of Keys Wednesday. Hoyt
"A Bunch of Keys" comes to the 111!
provcments.Is revealed, by an act of,nois Wednesday evening. The com
HOURS 6 a. m. to 12 mid
night. MERCHANTS' LUNCH Daily
except Sunday; 12 to 2 p. m.
SPECIAL TABLE D'HOTE
DINNER Sunday evening, 6 to
9 p. m. Bleuer & Hemenway
Private dining rooms may be
reserved for parties.
Special attention to theatre
Seats may be reserved by telephone.
the stockholders at Friday's annual
meeting, at wh'ch they authorized the
board of directors to issue at their
discretion additional stock In the sum
of $100,000. '
Undertaker on' Doctor's Bond.- In
formation was filed In Justice Hall's
court Saturday by city Physician
Spcers. charging Dr. W. A.Benadam,
of the Benadom sanitarium, located on
West Third street near' Warren, with
practicing medicine without a license.
Dr. Benadom furnished a bond in the
sum of $300. this being signed by Hen
ry Runge. the West Third street un-
Governor Releases Prisoner. Sheriff
McArthur has released from eustody
Ben Christiansen, sent 'to jail for one
year for implication in trie numerous
thefts of brass committed In this city
This release was made upon the recep
tion from Gov. A. B. Cummins of an
order suspending the lad's sentence,
Juvenile Court Established' There
has just been established a ' juvenile
division of the district court of Scott
county. This Juvenile division of the
district court is in accordance with an
act providing for the establishment of
juvenile courts passed In 1901 by the
30th general assembly .of ' the Iowa
state legislature. Although its pro
visions have been generally observed
here. Its work has not been carried on
as extensively as the bill provides for.
Hereafter it will be carried out in full
Obituary Record. The home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Schroeder, 810 War
ren street, has been saddened by the
loss of their daughter. Allco Lissetta
Schroeder, whose death occurred Sat
urday at the age of 3 years, 6 month
and 1G days.
Yesterday morning Joe Miller passed
away at 326 East Second street. The
end came after a week's illness, dur
ing which time deceased suffered ter
rible agonies. He was taken by an at
tack of delirium tremens and the death
was the result of a.n over-indulgence in
intoxicants. The man was about 45
years of age and a prominent figure In
the east end.
Saturday afternoon at the family
home, 2901 Brady street, occurred the
death of Charles Dannacher,, for many
years a well known florist of this city.
For a number of years Mr.. Dannacher
conducted a florist store on Brady
street. Deceased was born in Winsen
helm. Eisas, Germany. Oct. 13, 1849, In
the year .1872 he was united in mar
riage to Miss Maria Gantz and in the
following year came to America. He
at first settled .In Clinton, where ho
remained three years, and in 187G came
to Davenport. This city had been his
home ever since.
pany is headed by Gus Bothner.
."Sambo Girl" Friday. With a new
and thoroughly up-to-date book and
number of new musical selections add
ed to "The Sambo Girl." Eva Tanguay
and her excellent company will play
an engagement at the Illinois theatre
on Friday evening. Feb. 9. This little
star is pleasing more people this year
than ever before in her line. The show
this season is considered one of the
most meritorious attractions on the
road, and it can be cheerfully recom
mended to all as a mirth producer.
"Shadows of a Great City." Lovers
of melodrama and comedy will have a
chance to witness at the Illinois thea
tre on Saturday. Feb. 10, matinee and
night. "Shadows of a Great City,
which will come with the inimitable
Sadie Connolly at the head of the cast
This attraction was seen in Davenport
a year ago.
. Has Own Theatre. Until she ob
talned a theatre of her own In Paris,
Sarah Bernhardt's appearance in that
city was limited to the Comedie Fran
caise, the Odeon and the Gymnase
She will be at the Grand, Davenport
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.' Actress Who Appeared Here Dies
Clara Ruth Altner. a variety -actress
who has during the last few weeks
performed in theatres in the tri-citles
died at Davenport Saturday of quick
consumption. She contracted a cold
four " weeks ago while performing in
this city and grew steadily worse. She
had been on the stage 15 years. . The
remains were taken to Los Angeles
Cal., for burial.
Bore a Scar. Jule Walters, head of
the "Side Tracked" cast that appeared
at the Illinois last evening, bore a scar
on his nose that was inflicted by his
wife Thursday evening at Rockford
According to the Register-Gazette, of
that city, the couple had a falling out.
the first -serious one in the 22 years
of their married life, some time before
the hour set for the curtain to rise and
it Required the best efforts of Manager
Sackett to bring about a reconciliation
ill time for the couple to participate In
the evening's entertainment. During
the quarrel Mrs. Walters landed on her
husband with a small handbag and
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BOOKINGS AT ILLINOIS.
Feb. 5 Walker. Whiteside in
Heart and the Sword.".
Feb. 7 "Bunch of Keys." ,
Feb. 9 "Eva Tanguay in
Feb. 10 ''Shadows of a Great City.w
Feb. 11 "Pair of Country Kids."
; Tax is Due. . ,
Taxes for the year 1905 are now due.
Parties having personal taxes and, no
real estate will make immediate 'pay
ment. The law in regard to the collec
tion of personal taxes will be strictly
enforced. Payments made previous to
and annoyance to the personal proper
ty tax payer. Please bring your last
3'ear's receipt. .
ADOLPH P. JOHNSON,
March 31 will save cost of collection
' " . Township Collector. .
Office with H. A. Weld, attorney-at-
Iaw, room 59, Mitchell & Lynde bund
Scrub yourself dally, you're not clean
Inside. . This means clean stomach,
bowels, blood, liver, clean, healthy tis
sue in every organ. Moral: Take Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea, . 35c, tea
or tablets. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
It is reliably computed that
jv practically one-half of all the beer
consumea in trie wona toaay is
taken with meals. Whether it be
with the laborer's cold lunch, the
bon-vividnfs repast or the home
spread," observing: ones must con
cede to good beer,, the place it has
won as the nation's health beverage.
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To be health inspiring, appetizing, nbfcrfoftihg the
beer must be good. Blatz Wiener beer possesses every ele
ment of beer quality. Its very fragrance and "body" suggests at
once the honestt) of its ingredients. The Vitality o the
malt and the aromatic properties of the hops are mani
fest in every glass. The Blatz method of preparing the malt and
original style of brewing accomplish certain results peculiar to
Blatz Beers this is the secret ofBlatz character.
Wiener as a Table Beverage
The hop bitters act as an appetizer and digestant and the malt is nourishing and "foody."
The result is eminently satisfying. Nature knows the value of Blatz Wiener as a dietetic.
Intelligence fosters Nature's demands. As a culinary adjunct Blatz Wiener is the beverage
par excellence. It gives you that well fed feeling. Order a case sent home.
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VAL BLATZ BREWING CO.,
Beardsley & Bailey
Wholesale Dealers. 21T J8th Slreet. Hello 1125
Want Another School. East Molinc
residents whose homes are along the
Watertown road and in the eastern
section of the village have presented a
petition to the trustees of the school
district to establish a second school in
that part of the district. A great
many families are already settled there.
nnd the lots are fast filling with resi
dences to such an extent that the need
of a school is coming to be seriously-
felt. The children in. that part of the
village are considerably remote from
the John Deere school, and It is quite
an undertaking to be punctual and
steady in school attendance during the
winter and spring when roads and
weather are disagreeable.
Do away with the washboard' arid let Maple City
Self -Wajhirtg Soap do yo, work while ypii
rest. It will mean an end to tired backs, to brui&d
knuckles, to rtibcd-out clothing-. What now re
quires a whole day will take but two or three hours,
and you will be better satisfied with your washing-.
Positively no rubbing- required. The greater part
is over when you g;et the clothes in the boiler.
. , Self"
it distinctively a ioif for boiliaj the only hygienic and thor
ough way to cleans clotbes. It fca remit kbic . bleacbtrif
SropcrUes, and import that beautiful snowy whjtencis so much
desired fey housewives, ill not, fide colored clothes. Perfect
result! with hard water with soft. RtpU City Soap contains
no chemicals nor rosin, and will not karat the most
delicate f abrlcv neithef will it shrink wool
en. . it ts the meet economical
in inc werisy ror. a xtnx
fear lasts as fortf a two of
Mi Mil Cnnn.
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MMSHStk, XII. .
Resignation Accepted. Dr. E. A.
Edlen has received from Adjt. (Jen.
Scott an acceptance of his resignation
as lieutenant, senior grade, command
ing the Molinc division of the Naval
Reserves. With the retirement of Dr.
Edlen after three years of conscien
tious service, the command of the local
ivision for the time falls on N. E
Freeman, lieutenant, junior grade. Un-
toward the holding of an election to t,UdruiaL'
11 the vacancy caused by Dr. Edlen's' """"z rzrr.
retirement. J ' -
glary occurred at the home of William
Weaver, southeast of the city, Satur
day afternoon, and $25 was secured, in
addition to other valuables. It is be
lieved that the burglary at the Cooper
home was perpetrated by tramps. An
entrance to the house was gained by
prying open a window, and the marks
which they left on the casing prove
that they were amateurs. Seven win
dows were tried before one was found
which could be opened. ' Tracks In
snow in the back of the' yard reveal
the fact that the burglary was commit
ted by two men.. It .seems rather
strange that anyone could break into
a house at , that time of the evening
without being detected, as people were
constantly passing, and, moreover,
other houses are only a few feet away
It is thought that the burglar at the
Weaver home was familiar with the
premises, ahd knew whefe the valua
bles were kept. The theft was detect
ed shortly after the deed had been com
mitted, but aa the police were not noti
fied until late In the evening, there
was a good opportunity for escape.
A woman worries until she gets
wrinkles, then worries because she has
them. If she takes Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea she would have neither.
Bright, smiling face follows its use.
3oc. Tea or tablets. T. H. Thomas'
Enthuse Over Fairview. Fairview
residents who have undertaken the
work of providing a walk for. the chit
dien of that school district have com
plrted arrangements for carrying on
the work. So enthusiastic is everybody
over the plan that not only is the work
already a quarter of the war alone, but
it has been decided to hold meetings
from time to time for the good of the
rTother Dies at Ophiem. Mrs. Nels
P. Carlson, of 1318 Twelfth street, Is
bereaved by the death of her aged
mother. Mrs. Peter Sjoi, a pioneer res
ident of Ophiem, III., who passed from
her home In that place Friday morning,
pneumonia having been the cause of
death. The lady was born in Sweden
In 1S25.. She is survived by her hus
band and six children. . In addition to
Mrs. Carlson, the children reside two
In Nebraska and three at Orion, III,
The funeral took place at Ophiem Sun
Two Homes Burglarized. Two bur
glaries were reported, to the police Sat
urday evening, in- which quite a quan
tity of jewelry and money was' secured.
The home of John Cooper, at 2117 Sev
enth avenue, was entered between the
hours of 7 and 9 o'clock while 'the fam
ily was away and escaped with Jewelry
valued at quite a sum. ; The other bur-
THE BEST COUGH CURE
When offered - something else
instead i ,.
stop and consider: 'Am I sure
to get something as good as this
Deal cougn cure r .. ,
If not sure, what ftood reason
is there for for taking chances in a
matter that may havo a direct
bearing on my own or my family's
health?" v '
Sold by all dealers at 25c. and 50c.
TDiVlE IS MONEY.
And having pioney at the right time is often more than monejr. . It
means independence, self respect, the esteem and good will ofyour
creditors, your friends and neighbors and all those other things which
money itself cannot, buy. We furnish money at'the right time and at J
the right price, too. You can get It the same day you find you need J
It, many times the same hour and you will have plenty of tini? to repay !
the loan and if you pay sooner than you expect you will get the benefit
of such advance payment.' For security we take a Hen on your furni-"
ture. niano. horses, wsue-ons. etc.: but they remain In your own no6Bes-
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us quote you rates when you next need some money quickly. -
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell & Lynde Block, Room 38,
Office hours 8 a. m. to 0 p. m. and Saturday evenings.
phone West 514. New telephone 6011.
I I tor eoailortaUa ww, hm Im mUim whiek I 1
312 TWENTIETH STRCCT, OVER
ADAMS' WALL PAPER STORE.
FOR TEN DAYS
We will give a $20 set of teeth with natural gums
and gold filled 'teeth for .' ,
Also a fine 22 karat gold '- .
crown for ,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED UNLIMITED People
pons should call before the thirty daye expire.
2. C. G. LOfiBy. Mgr.
OPEN EVERY EVENING AND SUNDAY. OLD 'PHONE 706-Y.
Nebraska Qiioorv Flour
MAKES THE iJEST DREAD.
J.- M. SCIHIAB ; tel. w. 155;