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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOP.ETi 23. 1000.
Program Issued for Annual B2n
quet of Young Peoples'
AT THE BROADWAY CHURCH
Cuests From Societies of Other Church
es Are to Be Heard N. P. Best
Speaker at Celebration.
Tin program for I he ;iimii:il banepicl
if the Vomm People's association of
t.i- Proadway Presbyterian church,
to be held Friday e veiling in
the Sunday school room. h:is
l-en issue! Iy the president. !. C.
PIakIe-e. Dinner will he served at
7:::" and the program will follow. The
orchestra win play eluriug dinner and
will a No nnili-r several selections dur
ing the social hour preceding. C C.
Plakslee wil! be master of ceremonies,
peautiful decorations, including an
:i bundanev of bunting anil foliage, will
he itl evidence. The Color sche Hie of
el low ami pold will he carried our in
The program. a announced ly Pi s
idem Phtk-Ie e. follows:
Violin solo Fred Schneider.
P.eci:at ion l-Mna I lellstrom.
Selection Lorelei quartet.
Address. "Neighborly Notions" Hu
ge ne Mafi.-on. president Ppworth
League. First Methodist church.
Address. "Social Stipes-lions" Miss
Klizahefh Yeager. president Christian
Endeavor society. Menierial ( 'hri-t ia:i
Address, "Memhership Methods"
II AY". Ward, pre id. lit oiiii
I'nioii. First iinpf ist church.
Address. "Pointers for
V.ik"--i:. .1. Winchester.
Christian F.ndeavor society
Selection Lorelei quartet.
Address. "Concerted Activity for
Definite Results" Rev. Marion Hum
phrevs. pastor Central Presbyterian
To Unrve mil virmiry.
The :i 1 1 h anniversary "of the organ
iz.n i mi of the Young People's associa
tion will take place Sunday when sp
Hal services will lie held. Including an
address hy Nolan P. Pest, eiiitor of the
Intetior. the hading publication of the
church . Elaborate preparations fortius
event are being made. The c hurch will
he appropriately and beautifully decora
ted in the colors of hiue and gold. A
la rue banner with the name of the so
c iety worked out in colors will be usee
in the decoration and bunting and foli
age will he in e vidence.
AT THE THEATER
Wednesday. Oct. 2.
All signs point to the tre
mendous shc-ci ss of
BROWN of HARVARD.
Seat sate at Kienze's druy store. 111
West Second street, Davenport, Mon
day. Oct. 22.
BOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
Oct. 26 "The Four Huntings."
Oct. 27 "Little Johnny Jones."
Oct. 28 "A Sister's Sacrifice."
Oct. 30 "At Cosy Corners."
Nov. A "The Shop-Lifter."
Nov. 6 "A Thorn in Her Heart."
Nov. 9 "Land of Nod."
Nov. 11 "Human Hearts."
Nov. 14 "The Umpire." Fred Mace,
Nov. 17 Howe's Pictures.
Nov. 18 "The District Leader," Ma
Nov. 19 "'Way Out Younder.' Ade
Nov. 20 "Wizard of Oz."
Nov. 22 "James Boys."
Nov. 23 Stetson's "Uncle Tom."
Nov. 2-1 "Nettie, the Waif."
Nov. 25 "The Yankee Consul."
Nov. 26 "The Home Seekers."
Nov. 29 "The Show Girl."
Nov. 30 "The Smart Set."
Four Huntings for Friday. The mu
sical melange-. "The Fexil House." in
troducing the four Huntings, will come
to the Illinois theater Oct. 2f. to play
their annual engagement. New scenic
and electrical effects have been added
and a chorus of i'u shapely ladies en
gaged for this season. The piece has
been reconstructed, making an entirely
new play with all the 1 un-producing
situations stjjl in jr. and a lot of new
and laughable features. Hesides. the
four Huntings have added songs and
dances and original comedy. The com
pany is ;he best these stars have ever
had. and a first class musical treat is
Friday, Oct. 25.
in i : 1. 1: it 'i m: i i:iw:ic int:
4 HUNTINGS 4
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Three- Irfonnnn--i Ilnily Three.
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Rs'-rvfi! s-:its. '.: Saturday m.itin1,
'iillr-n iiu.Pt 12 y.-ars.
Filled with Spirit of Youth. The
spoils, the youthful life in '"Prown of
Harvard." at the Crane). Davenport, to
morrow evening, tire what every man,
who has gon-- to college has set n or
enjoyed in ureater or less decree. Tin
play is filled with the spirit of youth,
which is probably the best explanation
of its success. It is acted by young
men and women all of whom are buT
recently out of college themselves.
They are still inspired by the enthusi
asms and ambitions which helped them
throuuh school. For this reason, play-
inu in 'Prown of Harvard" is merely
living over again scenes and incident-!
still fresh in their piemory. Air. Wood
ruff himself is a Harvard man. having
uradua'e-d with high honors in the class
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"Little Johnny Jones." ' Little John
ny Jones." the American jockey, will
play at the Illinois Saturday. Oct. 2
afternoon and evening, tleorjie M. Co
han, its author, has written many sue
cessful plays, but it is doubtful if any
of the-ni equal "Little Johnny Jones" as
to bright dialogue and fascinating niu
sical numbers. The same support ins
company that has assisted in the' suc
cess of "Little Johnny Joins" since it1
inception will be in evidence at th
Illinois theater. The cast includes
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Phil Mitchell, President.
H. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1S70,
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
R. R. Cable,
William II. Dart,
II. P. Hull,
E. W. Hunt.
J j. Simon,
II. S. Cable,
Hobby Harry. Tow Lewis. Sam J. Iy-
in. Jack Raffae). (. J. Harrington. Wil
iam Median. William Seymour. Ida
Manic-11. Adele Kafter. and Stella Tia-
"A Sister's Sacrifice." What is said
to lie one of the bi dramatic hits of
the new theatrical si asou is "A Sis
ter's Sacrifice'." a powerful dramatic
drama .which was piveti its first pre
sentation just before the close of last
season and scoreil such a success that
it was considered worthy of a fine
scenic production. It wil! he seen a'
the Illinois theater Sunday. Oct.
matinee and ni.nht. with a cast includ
ing the1 charming emotional actres.-.
Ethel Harrington. "A Sister's Sacti
fice" is said to possess a strong heart
story with situations which t ."trill th-
audience to the core and tit the1 same
time it is enlivened from beginning to
end with good, whole-some coivedy.
Found Heme for Stage Folk. A
home in Colorado for actors and ac
tresses wh have contracted pulmo
nary troubles is to he founded and
maintained in Colorado. The plan
originated with George M. Cohan, the
actor, who announced he would sub
scribe So.uiki in cash to start the1 fund
and in addition to this he? will give a
special matinee performance each
week as long as he appears befete the
public, the gross receipts to be turned
over to the fund. Cohan will ask all
hading actors and theater managers
throughout the country to cooperate
with him in carrying out the idea.
iVIEET AT CHICAGO
Knights Templar of Illinois Ob
serving 50th Anniversary
IN THE ANNUAL CONCLAVE
Open Two Days' Meeting at Medina
Temple With State Officers
ORGANIZE AT LATER MEETING
Solicitors Jackson & Ilurit
Attendance at Mass Meeting to Forvn
Humane Society Too Small.
Owing to, the small attendance at
the mass meeting at the city council
room last evening for the purpose of
completing the organization of the hu
mane society, it was decided to leave
the organization until another meeting
when a much larger number of citi
zens, including the ministers, county
officers, and professional anil business
men can be present. It is planned to
have some prominent authority on the
work of the humane societies in other
cities give an address on the merits of
such an organization.
The committee appointed to draw np
a constitution and by-laws presented
its report which was discussed among
those present. The constitution and
by-laws of the humane society in Dav
enport were read.
Chicago. Oct. 1'::. Knights Templar
from e very part of Illinois assembled
this morning at Medinah temple. IVar
born avenue and Walton place, to com
ine minora! e the ."iiith anniversary of
the founding of the grand commandery
of Illinois. The meeting, which is the
grand commandcry's regular annual
conclave, will occupy two days and
will be attended with special ceremo
nies. The conclave, was opened "in ample
form" at lu o'clock with an invoca
tion by Imminent Crand Predate Tho
mas Asbury Parker of Danville and
the reception of the guest of honor
of the occasion. George M. Moulton,
grand masters of the order in the 1'nit-
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ed States, followed by a reception of
the remaining gtn-sts. Alfred Augustus
Whipple of Quincy. grand n, aster of
the Illinois Crand commandery. deliv
ered the annual address.
lt:oiii't it !.
At 1 o'clock dinner was served in
the banipii't room of the ti tuple and
toasts responded to by A. A. Whipple,
(it-urge M. Moulton. John M. Pearson.
Charles P. Kane and Hugh McCurdy.
past grand master Crand encampme tit,
r. s. a.
Fruit Shower at Bethany Home.
The Ladies' Aid society of Proud
way c hurch will give- a fruit shower at
P.ethany Home Thursday, Oct. 2.".. from
:: to ; o'clock. A cordial invitation is
extended to all. The Home depends
on this annua! shower for the winter
supply of jellies, preserves and fruit
for the little ones in its care. Tho
ladies who cannot attend, but desire
to contribute, can send fruit to Mrs.
Allen Welch. Mrs. I., ri. McCalie. Mrs.
Robfrt Pcnne tt or Mrs. William Peck,
or notify one of these ladies, and the
fruit will be called for Thursday morning.
Nothing to Fear.
Mothers need have no hesitancy in
continuing to give Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to their little ones, as
it. contains absolutely nothing injuri
ous. This remedy is net only perfectly
safe to give small children, but is a
medicine of great worth and merit. It
has a world wide reputation for its
cures of coughs, colds, and croup, and
can always be relied upon. For sale
by all leading druggists.
DATE IS SET FOR
THE RUMMAGE SALE
Annual Event for Benefit of Bethany
Home to Be Open Nov. 7 and
Continue for a Week.
The rummage sale for the' In n 'lit of
the Pethany Protective association will
commence in the afternoon on Nov. 7.
and continue for one we-ek. that date
being definitely decided upon a' the
meeting of the rummage sale commr
tee together with the solicitors and
those who will be in charge of the sale,
at the Y. M. C. A. rooms last evening.
The sale will be in progress each af
ternoon and evening during the week.
The city was divider! into different
districts and solicitors assigned to
each. All of the details lor the sale
were completed and present indica
tions point to a financial success in the
undertaking. The committees for the
advertising and other arrangements
preparatory to the event were appointed.
Plan to Build Pest House.
Galesburg. 111.. Oct. The county
and citv are considering the erection
Charles A. Stevens of Chicago,
has sold over ::.ni"i garments in
the past three days beating this
I f.i Imm ri nil lln Iab-1 .iM-lleW
Ii.-Hii; onl iui l.y Veiinn - Me-
l'nill. : !. l-I.IMil Si tl'em
tliis week iliiriim tl.- Wonlo-x
of an isolation hospital because of the
prevalence of smallpox.
COURT FINES AND PRAISES
Man Who Shot to Defend Woman fron
Husband Upheld by Judge.
Carmi. III., Oct. X',. John Ribicli.
who was indicted for shooting William
Newman because the latter attacked
his wife- on the street, was fined
in the circuit court by Judge P. A.
pi arce, who remarked while imposing
the penalty that had he been on the
jury he would have acquitted the prisoner.
Dangerous coughs. Lxtremely perilous coughs.
1 n r VS S TSV 'f'y Cou6hs at rsP an1 tear the throat and lungs,
C-O JLW' UtC t-ugns tnat shake tbe whole bodjr.
M Jff.y l ltr.K LlLtZ Coughs that shake tbe whole bodjr. You need
A. 1 3 re6u,ar medicine, a doctor's medicine, for
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