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BEFORE THE BOAR!
Public Hearing on Proposed Im
provement of Twenty
AT MAYOR'S OFFICE M07JDAY
Proposed Improvement to Extend from
River to City Limits Contract
for Storm Drain.
The board of. local im pro Yemenis
meets Monday morning at 9 o'c'ivk at
the oflire of Mayor McCa-l.iin, for tin
puriiG..1 of pivin a public l:eari:ij; on
the projoel paving --of Twenty-filili
Etrpet from tho rlvtr to EiKt- nth av
enno. This jnii:rovTiH nt is a much
necdcil one, and tho juojeet is gi-nc-rai-ly
met tius with favor. The winding
road from Ninth to Tliirtit-nth avt-nuo.
if properly ire proved, would provide
one of the mo.-t attractive drives in
the city, and tho wod of iniprovonu-nr
is obvious. The city council has niarto
provision for the improvement of tho
street by the appropriation' of a fnnd
of $500, action that is somewhat un
usual." Hugh Curtis and other proper
ty owners along the street are plan
ning improvements of their property by
tho erection of residences, and the ter-
iitory on the hill is rapidly being built
up, since the opening of the new ad
ditions near Eighteenth avenue.
1'wntrnrt to lie I.rt. -
At the meeting of the board Monday,
the question of letting the contract for
the construction of the district No. 2
storm drain will bo taken up by (he
beard. This is the district in the south
western I-art of the city, the assessment
roll for which was recently approved Jn
the county court.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts on
Nature's Plan. '
The most successful medicines are
those that aid nature. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy ac ts on this plan. Take
it when you have a cold and it will
allay the cough, relieve the lungs, aid
expectoration, open the secretions and
aid nature in restoring the system to
a healthy condition. Thousands have
testified to its superior excellence. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to
result in pneumonia. Price, 27 cents.
1 .ar.ee size, 50 cents. For sale by all
Governing the Enforcement
Naturalization Laws Are
TAKE - EFFECT SEPT. 27
After that Date the Business of Making
Aliens Citizens Will Ee Tran
sacted in the Circuit Court.
The new rules and regulations re
la; ing to the enforcement of the nat
uralization laws, which are to go into
effect Sept. 27, make radical changes
in the plan, of naturalization, one of
tho most important in this state being
tho transferring of this business from
the county court to the circuit court. The
first paragraph of the regulations
states that the "Declarations of inten
tion to become citizens of the United
States shall be filed with the clerks of
such state- courts only as have a seal,
a clerk, and jurisdiction in actions at
law or equity, or law and equity, in
ATTRACTIONS AT THE THEATR.E v
BOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
Sept. S -Lost in New Ycrk."
Sept. 3 "The Siow Poke.''
Sept. 10 "The Flaming Arrow."
Sept. 11 "The Cowboy Girl."
Beamish Pleases. Frank IVanrsh in
A Stranger in Town" appeared at ;!n-
Illinois !a-t evening. He is a clever
comedian and was supported by a i.od
company. The play was well put on,
the songs and hits taking well. The
house was small.
Launch on Stage. The Ray City
Yacht workr, designers and Ltilh'ors
of all kinds of water craft, ha.e b;:t re
cently .completed the smallest prac
tical suam launch ever built, the vess?
say Mr. I'atton is in a class with Tim
Murphy, and reminds one very forcibly
f.t the late Sol Smith Russell, but we
c an just as well say he is just like him
teif. for he wiil stand comparison with
the best of the high class comedians.
Me has an easy, droll manner and his
methods are natural and original."
" The Slow Poke" is a play of western
lTfe, embodied with great heart inter
est, refined and high class, furnishing
imp'.e opioriunity for beautiful cos
lunies. and special scenery. Mr. Pat
s jn iii surrounded by a company of uni
form excellence, and is announced for
un engagement at the opera house,
matinee and night, tomorrow.
audience, but is a faithful picture of
life on the frontier, and in one of the
famous government posts. It tells a
beautiful love story, is replete with
thrilling scenes, and its characters are
all taken from living prototypes, true
in character and costume.'
"The Cowboy Girl." "Something
new" is the cry of the theatergoer all
over the country, and this year Kilroy
fc' Brit ton have something new for
those who patronize the theater. A
melodramatic production of the scenic
kind, a play filled with powerful scenes,
stirring action and dialogue relieved by
a chorus of pretty young women pre
senting a series of special music, writ-
Shews Real Indian Life. Lincoln J. iten for the play, and scintillating corn
Carter, the noted producer and play-ledy, is what I -em B. Parker claims for
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DOLLIE TEMPLE APPEARS AS CAROLINE PEABODY IN "LOST IN NEW YORK."
In question having been const ructad
for the river scene in "Lost in New
York." It is 2 feet long, 3 feet in the
beam, and has a depth of 24 inches. It
Is equipped with the smallest steam
engine ever fitted to a boat. '.lanager
R. II. Taylor says there is no question
about this boat, cs well as the balance
of the scenery necessary for the pro
duction, being used at his housa tonight
W. B. Patton in "The Siow Poke."
A" local c.'Jc Fays: "".V. B. Patton. a
new xtar heie, with a clever supporting
company, gave two performances , at
the opera house last night. -We might
wrlght, has written a thrilling and in
teresting play, cleverly depicting fron
tier life, which comes to the Illinois
Monday evening, Sept. 10, showing the
American aborigine as he lives in his
wigwam his habits, mode of living, his
character and temperament. The name
3f this play is "The Flaming Arrow."
A companj- of sterling worth, including
i band of 1 G full-blooded Indians, to
gether with cowboys, scouts, ex-United
States soldiers, and four bronchos. An
Indian band is with the attraction. The
play is not. as might naturally" be ex
pected, a blood and thunder produc
tion, abounding in gunshots , and other
hair-raising episodes, unpleasant to an
the new novelty melodrama, "The Cow
boy Girl," which comes to the Illinois
Tuesday, Sept. 11.
At the Crystal. The bill for the week
of , Sept. 10 is even better than last
week. .W. J. McDermott is the original
"Happy Hooligan," and was featured
in the above play last season. Howard
Morris, the whistling wonder, is from
the Keith & Proctor circuit. Boyer
and French are well known sketch, art
ists and -very clever. Leonard and
Louis are also from the big circuit
There, will be, the latest moving pict
ures. Walter Poulter will sing the U
which the amount in controversy is
unlimited." In Ulinois the circuit court
is the only court having jurisdiction
where the amount in controversy is
unlimited, the jurisdiction in the coun
ty court, where the naturalization has
Jbten carried cn the past, being limited.
Former Declaration Good.
Declarations made before Sept. 27,
before clerks of courts now having
jurisdiction, may be used in lieu of
declarations required by the new law
of June 29, 1906, at any time after the
expiration of two years from the date
when made. Aliens who have made
their declarations under the old law,
will not be required to make new
declarations, nor required as a prece
dent to naturalization, to speak the
English language. Unless they can
be naturalized before Sept. 27, aliens
who have made declarations under the
old law, must comply with the new
law in regard to filing petitions and
furnishing proof, except that they will
not be required to speak the English
language or sign the petitions in their
own handwriting. -'.
Form I'rrninnent Record.
.The declarations of intention will
ue iurnisned m bound volumes, as a
court record. In addition to the bound
records, the duplicate and triplicate
declarations will be loose sheets, the
triplicate to be given to the petitioner.
and the duplicate to be forwarded to
the bureau of immigratioa and natur
alization. Duplicates of the petition
for naturalization will be furnished in
the same way, the duplicate to be for
warded to the bureau within 30 days
after execution. The same system will
be used In the certificates of natural
izatjon, the bound books consisting
of original and duplicate certificates
and stubs. The original goes to the
petitioner, the duplicate to the bureau
of immigration and naturalization, and
the stub forms the court record. No
certificate shall be issued until
signed order is given by the judge of
the court granting the naturalization
In ChiinKioe NamcM.
In every case the name of a natural
ized alien is changed by order of court.
the clerks are required to report to
the bureau, when transmitting it to the
duplicates, the original and new name
of the petitioner.
In application for papers to replace
lost declarations, petitions, or certifi
cates, full -proof under oath must be
made to the clerk regarding the lost
paper, and in every case where the
clerk issues such a paper, he must
mark on the record of the first one
an entry to the effect that a new ono
has been issued, and must report to
If an alien is physically unable to
speak, this must be stated in lieu of
the statement that he is able to speak
;he English language. A list of those
refused naturalization must be for
warded to the bureau within 30 days
after the sitting of a court in natural
ization cases, and the reasons for de
nying naturalization must be reported
Names must be entered in full on
ill the forms. .. ,
Clerks are not allowed to receive
any declarations from other than
white aliens and persons of African na
tivity or of African descent.
In Itojrnrd to SoldlerM.
Provision is made that soldiers hon
orably discharged, ivho are over 21
nay be naturalized without making a
leclaration of intention, . and clerks
are required to note upon the petition
and on the records, the fact that the
petitioner is a discharged soldier.
Clerks are instructed to report that
names of the petitioners and 'witness
2S have been conspicuously posted, as
required by law.
Chicago, Sept. 8. Following are the
oarket quotations today:
September. 9. C9. C9. C9.
DecembeiV'72. 72. 71. 71.
Ipi,''7CMr.i?C. 75. 7C.
. , -mi: .itir 'Corn.
' Srhbe? Vt, 47. 40'. 40.
December. 41, 42. 41. 41.
May, 42, 42. 4214, 42.
September, 30, 30Vi. 30. 30.
December, 30, 30, 30, 30.
May, 32. 32, 32, 32.
September, closed 1C70.
January, 13.25, 13.25, 13.10, 13.10.
September, 8.G2, 8.C5. 8.52, 8.52.
October, 8.G5, 8.C5. 8.C0. 8.C0.
January, 7.80. 7.80, 7.75, 7.75.
September, closed 8.55.
October. 8.37. 8.42, 8.35, 8.35.
January, 7.15, 7.15, 7.05, 7.05.
Iteceipts today Wheat 57, corn 425,
.ats 197, hogs 10,000, cattle 800, sheep
Hog market opened steady. Hogs
left over 3.000. Light G.10G.57. mix-
d and butchers 5.856.52, good heavy
5.35C.40. rough heavy 5.355.70.
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Omaha 5,000. cattle 300.
Hogs at Kansas City 2,000, cattlo 100.
U. S. Yards, 8:40 a. m. Hog market
closed steady to stronger. Light G.10
(gG.GO, good heavy 5.30G.40, mixed
and butchers 5.85C.52, rough heavy
5.35 5.70. '
Cattle market steady. Beeves' 3.15
G.80, cows and heifers 1.254.20, Block
ers and feeders 2.25(g4.25.
Sheep market closed steady.
Hog market closed steady to strong
er. Light 6.10OG.C0. eood heavv 5.30
G.40. mixed and butchers 5.856.55,
rough heavy 5.30 3 5.63. '
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed steady.
New York stocks. -New
York. Sept 8.U. P. 193, U. S-
la I J I
fx 4 SiH'
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I For One Whole Week, Beginning September 10th
We are going to devote our time and energy to showing the ladies of the Tri-Citles and
vicinity some new points in Steel Ranges and will prepare and serve free to every visitor
Your Choice of a
Set of Cooking I tensiN
consisting f Kliamc-led
Wure and Nickeled Copper
AVare, or an
Senil-I'orec'Ialii Dinner Set
handsomely decorated In
CJreen uml Gold, given with
each Malleable lianue sold
by us during the period f this special sale.
No Advance in Price on Account
" of this Offer.
3 Minutes Hot Biscuits and
THE MONARCH RANGE
I made of iron and Hteel. Tliey lo the work
quicker without the riamagf from breaking,
cracking or warping that conn In the wv tt
other khuls. They Hay tlglit aiul solid even
after lifetime's use, and give the kiiiiic eHii
omical w-rvlee. However, we can tell you all
about It to n better utUanhiKe "t our More.
You will not if iired to buy clniily to -
amine the rmigo rnd what n nuiM-rlor
artkle It Is.
Remember all week From
Sept 10th to Sept. 16th
109-111 E. Second Street
Steel preferred lOTVi, U. S. Steel com
mon 47. Reading 144. Roc klsland com
mon 27. O. & V. 51, Southern Pacific
r-1. N. Y. Central 145.. Missouri Pa
cific 97?s. L. & N. H8V2. Smelters
152. C. F. I. 572. Canadian Pacific
177. Penna 142. Erie 48, C. & O.
C4, B. R. T. 81, B. & O. 120?4. Atch
ison 107, Locomotive 71. Sugar
13G. St. Paul 17912. Copper 112,
Republic Steel preferred 101, Repub
lic Steel common 34',,s.
New York, Sept. S. Reserve de
crease. $126.96.36.1995; reserve less V. S..
decrease, $9,440,500; loais decrease,
$11,905,500; specie decrease, $12,401.-
000; legals decrease, $4,400,100; depos
its decrease. $27.84:1.1 00; circulation
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, Sept. 8. Following are,
the wholesale quotations in today's
Provisos and Produce.
Live Poultry Spring rh'chens. $.1.50
to $4.00 per dozen; liens, per 11., 8c;
ducks, per lb., 10c; turkeys, per. lb.,
13c; geese, rer lb., 11c.
Butter Dairy, 19c. .
Vegetables Potatoes, new, 40c.
Eggs Fresh, 17'c.
Catt! Steers, $3.00 to $4.75; cow?
and heifers, $2.00 to $4.50; calves, $4.50
Sheep Yearlings or over, $3 to $0:
Iambs, $4.00 to $C50.
Hogs Mixed, $5.75 to $G.25.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 52c; oats, 30 to 31c.
Forage Timothy hay, $12 to $13;
prairie, $10 t $12; clover, mixed, $12
to $13; straw, $C to $7.
Conl Lump, bushel, 18c; Black, p
bushel. 10c to 12c.
Wood Hard, per load iZ to $5.50.
The children are staying at grandpa's.
Mama has gone down to the sea:
Paoa is at home working.
Keeping weJl with Rocky Mounta!:
Tea. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
Sunday, Sept. 9.
Will give carnations away
Sunday morning at their
SHINE 5 CENTS.
302 Twentieth Street.
The Season's Most Worthy Offering'.
TIfl-2 IM: TI.IAU ( OMKI1IAX,
W. D. PaLtton
In Ills Now Play of Western Life.
THE SLOW POKE
AFTKI1NOOX AND EVEN'INfl.
)m(iieN tiMMHtniiN.KiNiii jiCimimmv.
Tuesday, Sept. 11.
The MelolramatIr Musical Hit. Kilroy
& J5rll ton's Nw :'.
THE COWBOY GiRX
IUk rnmpany w( Dinniiilic I'lnyrrH
(horns ttt Mum- f.irln. Sreui
ProiliK-t !: Tliroaiuhuut.
IF YOU DON'T SEE IT, YOU LOSE.
I'ltlCKS 2".o. f.Oc a:.l 7,o.
Saturday, Sept. 8.
Mallnrr nnd Ik lit.
The f3rf-at-:-t Ptory of New York Life
LOST IN NEW YORK-
A I'lay for the Women niul Children.
V.nt Illvrr l.y Moonlilit. wtiU I'rn.
Ileul Strain l.niioi-b, Itoaia, auil
Oilier Wnler (Tart.
Iilarkwell'M l'nmona IhIaiiiI I'rlxon
. Ino lllnlorieal !tladian nurr ami
(inmiurrr)' I 'ark.
Five New Specialties Have Been Add
ed This Season. '
KNOWN FKOM COAST TO COAST.
l'rieptt Mil tin ee. Joe and NIkIh.
10c, 20e, 3(lc and .'0e.
blHKCTION CMAMBEkUH.KlNDTdk COnMNV
Monday Evening, Sept. 10.
Oaf Muht Onl.r.
Llneoln J. Carter's Kpeelal prodtiotinn.
A Vlvi.1 Portrayal of the Fur West.
THE FLAMING ARROW
4 (Willi; M'L(HI. ( AST III
Tee Hie Comic II Kire and fjlmst ll.incc
Attack on old Fort IJeno. Womli-rf nl
IIor:j"s. Arrow arui l:u( liKkln. Genuine;
I n.ll.i ii ItraRH Hand.
Historical, Picturesque, Educational.
Prli-rn 2.',o, 50c and 7fie. Seat Hale
jSaturJay niornin;. l'hone 224.
Davis &. Churchill, Circuit Operators.
Commencing Monday, matine, Sept. 10. The Strongest Vaudeville
Bill in the Tri-Cities.
l.i:o Altl A I.Ot lia, Marvelous
Athletes and TnmMers.
J. . M-ll-:itMOTT. Comedian,
the Orislnal "IlapT'V I ioil Jjyan."
IIOU Allll IOIItll, the Ureat
Mimic anl WhintJer.
AI.'I IMt II. I'OI ll I'.lt, Ie-
IIOYKR A rilUM'll. the e.
Ir:il'l fciki tch AriistK.
TIIK KIMtnitOMI,, the I.at.Ht
LatJies. don't yon forget the Free Souvenir Mutineer. Tuesday and Fri
KU1IIAV Amateur's nljch. Amatcum are requested to l-ave Iheir
names at the bo oHloe. Anyone can compete fr.r prlies.
THHUI! SHOWS Monday. Tin inlay, Wedni-xilay, Thursday nnd Fri
day afternoons. S; evening. t:Ti. :ir. l-'our Shown Sunday and Satur
day al'ternoonx. 2M5. 3:3n; evenimvs. !:1.
Saturday and Sunday Ames & Feathers, lie Vere K- Me Vere, Master
Slater, the ijreat Westln. Walter II. I'oulter. the Kinotlrome.
AtliuiMttloa. JOoi rrxrrvrd aeatn. Site.
HaLS Opefed Its Tweiviielh School Year.
The Faculty members are: Andrew Kempe (Law, Mathematics,
and Banking), C. L. Krantz. (Penmanship, English, and Bookkeep
ing), W; L. Ohmert (Shorthand and Typewriting).
BENN PITMAN and GREGG systems of Shorthand taught.