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, THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1000.
Fine building lots in tlio vil
lage of Reynolds, TOxl HO. What
will ion give for thorn?
Building lots on Eighteenth ave
nue, near Twenty fifth street, 41
xl25; riht on ear
Ixts on Fourteenth street, be
tween Kleventh and Twelfth av
enues; cement sidewalks
easy payments S00
Fine building lots, 40x127, one
block and less from street car;
beautiful location; high, dry and
level; a dollar down and a dollar
a week you can pay more if you
want to. Corner lots at
$350 ;insidektsat $325
A half acre of ground on Twenty-seventh
city limits, for SG25
"If you want to make money,
keep your eye on this ad."
An elegant east front lot on
Fourteenth-and-a-half street, near
Tenth avenue; 43 feet frontage;
strictly a first class location; the
price is decidedly
A large lot, Srt-lSO, near Seven
teenth street and Ninth avenue;
can be divided into two beautiful
lots. If you know anything
about prices in that neighbor
hood, you know it is a
snap at SI, 650
A six-room house on Fortieth
street, block from street cars,
four blocks from public schools;
"If you want to make money,
keep your eye on this ad."
A seven-room house on Twenty
fifth street, near Thirteenth ave
nue; city water; lot Suxl lO; can
be bought on easy
terms for SI. 900
A splendid little home on Four
teenth street; five rooms besides
a bathroom and reception hall;
stone foundation; gas, hot air
furnace; east front
A good seven-room house near
Eighteenth avenue; lias well and
cistern; will sell an acre of
ground with it if you want it;
price, including a half
An 11 per cent investment propo
sition on Third avenue,
13.000 will swing it... S3, 000
A modern house on Sixth avenue,
near Twenty-ninth street; six
rooms, lot 40x140; only a block
from the different car lines; a
pretty home with all
A good eight-room house on
Twenty-first street, near Nintu
avenue; east front; modern ar
rangement throughout, but has
no furnace; nice reception hall;
stone foundation; small barn;
lot 50x140; one of the best lo
cations in town;
A modern six-room cottage on
Fourteenth street, near Tenth
avenue; hot water heat; stone
foundation; a well built house
throughout; cash or
easy terms S3,300
An elegant seven-room house on
Twelfth street; finished in oak;
modern throughout; lot 50x150;
An eight-room house on Twen
tieth street; hot water heat, fire
place and all modern conveni
ences; a decided
snap at . . . ,
A modern seven-room house on
Twelfth street; per
A thoroughly modern eight-room
flat on Fourth ave
nue; per month S28.00
A good store room, with mod
ern flat upstairs, located at Sev
enth avenue and Seventeenth
street; rent will be made right
for a good tenant.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Real FXatr and Inaaranre.
1801J Second Avenue, Upstairs.
Old Phone 702-Y.
Retain Their Pastor. The official
board of the First Christian church of
this city held an important meeting
Tuesday evening. The most interest
ing of iis actions was the refusal to
accept the resignation of the pastor,
Hev. .Martin, recently handed in. There
was a full attendance of the board, and
the action in this matter was enthusias
tic and taken as with one voice. Not
only did the board refuse to let go of
Mr. .Martin, ami give him additional
assurances of the regard and esteem
in which he is held by the church in
general, but plans were made that in
sure the paying up, in full ,of all ar
reaiages by the end of the year, so
that l!t7 will begin with the church
out of ele bt and ready to run its race
with a clear course before it.
Bootleggers Freed. The two Well
man boot loggers, Harrison 1... Crawford
and DeForest Snyder, who have served
half of a en day sentence in the Scott
county jail, were allowed to go to their
homes yesterday afternoon, the remain
der of the sentence b ing suspended on
It is the only
food for children
and the best food for
grown or growing people,
because it is all pure
gr ai n lias absolutely
no foreign sweetening sub
stance. Malta-Vita is made in
the cleanest food factory in the
world from the whole of the
wheat and it's just the best
you ever tasted. Kvery flake
baked to a crisp and always
ready to eat.
Now lOc. All Grocers
Friday, Nov. 9.
The Will J. l:l. k Amuse'im-nt Company
I'reS'-tits the Musical Kx
travaguuza. THE LAND OF NOD
With a New- Cast ami Production Which
KJfie I'.iy. as "Tin? Chorus C.irl:" NVna
liluk"-, as "lI'Miiiie;" Allele Oswald, an
"J.'mk til" Hearts:" Kimx Wilson, an
"April l-'ool:" Neil McNeil, as -Welsh
ltarel.it ;" John 10. Yoimj?. as ".Man in
A Sini:!K iinil Dnncini; CliiiruN of 0
(iris nuil Him.
Now I leaded for New York City. After
:i Keeoid linn of 27 Weeks in t'hieaKo.
I'KH-KS 2".c. r.ne. 7;.e. $1 and J I. TO.
Seat sale will open Wednesday, Nov. 7
i a. in. Telephone West l'J4.
Milliner 31 ml Nig lit.
The Never K.iilliif? Keliijht. XV. K. Nan-
keville's Knornii.us Triumph,
A Story from I.ifo Presented in lra-
AlMMiailiiii; in 1 1 mini nil y. lluhhlinK Over
Willi JuyotiN 4'omrily.
Thrilling and Uealistic Situations
Arouse the Spectator to the Highest
Pitch of Kiithnsiasm.
Price Night. 2".c, ?,:,c and 50c: mat
inee, loc and 2r,e. Phone west 221.
i miction CHAtiBrnuN. Kindt a Company.
Monday, Nov. 12.
James K Vcronec Amusement Company
(Inc.) liters Another of Ullian
Mortimer's 5reat Heart Inter
est Plays, a Play that
Appeals to All
"Th Old, Old Slory."
With Clara Thropp as "Turnips." A
real story of true to life, everyday peo
ple. Intense, interesting, natural.
A Mnmmolli Scenic Production. I "re
lented by n Siipurb at. A lireat
Scenic Surprint In Kmr Act.
PRICKS 23c, Sr.o and 5ejc. Phone
Davis & Churchill, Circuit Operators.
Tbrec Performance Dally Three.
10c ADMISSION 10c
Reserved seats, 20c: Saturday matlne. I
hiltlren under 12 years, &c.
DlBtCTION ChAMBtH UN. Kt NOT M. CoflPAWV
Sunday, Nov. 11.
good, behavior. The men were con
victed at the September term of the
federal court held in this city. Craw
ford stood trial and was found guilty.
Snyder pleaded guilty and said he was
ready to take his medicine. Each was
sentenced to CO days in jail, but as
both men had families and winter was
coming on, Judge McPherson believed
the purpose of justice would be just as
well served by turning them loose as
by keeping them in jail and allowing
their families to suffer.
Consent Petition Carries. The peti
tion of consent was generously signed
all over Scott county Tuesday, and it
is stated that in the city about 1)0 per
cent of the voters signed them, and
that this was true as well of the pre
cincts all over the county. The propo
sition to bring the brewing business
and the sale of liquor under this pro
vision of the mulct law was entirely
successful. As has been stated, the
movement was one in which, the liberal
element of the community was fairly
united, and the movement was cordially
met by those who regarded it as in the
direction of the observance of the law.
Program for Unveiling. Rabbi W'l 11.
Fiiuishriber will deliver an address
Saturday afternoon at the unveiling of
the Ensign drinking fountain which has
been erected on Harrison street, near
Second. Professor Suksdorf, president
of the Humane society, will present the
fountain on behalf of the donor, and
the mayor will resinnid, accepting it in
the name of the city. The county at
torney and city attorney will also
speak. School children will sing, and
a band will furnish music.
Complete Election Returns In.
Complete election returns, which could
not be obtained yesterday, show that
the democrats were successful in elect
ing the greater part of their ticket.
They secured all the supervisors in
Scott county with the exception of
Schick and Hiownlie, whom the repub
licans landed. On the county ticket
the following were successful:
Senator Dr. J. A. DeArmand. I).
Representative M. H. Calder-
Representative A. II. Stolten-
Auditor Ed Collins, R.
Treasurer Rudolph Rohlfs.
Clerk Harry McFarland. 1).
Sheriff I.ouis Eckhardt, I).
Recorder Frank Holm. I).
County Attorney A. V. Ilamann, R
Superintendent W. 1). Wells, D.
Surveyor Bueck, I).
Coroner Dr. Lambach. R.
AT THE THEATER
COOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
Nov. 9 "Land of Nod."
Nov. 11 "Human Hearts."
Nov. 12 "A Man's Broken Promise."
Nov. 13 "A Race for Life."
Nov. 14 "The Umpire," Fred Mace.
Nov. 16 "The War Correspondent."
Nov. 17 Howe's Pictures.
Nov. 18 "The District Leader," Ma
Nov. 19 "'Way Out Younder'Ade
Nov. 22 "James Boys."
Nov. 23 Stetson's "Uncle Tom."
Nov. 25 "The Yankee Consul."
Nov. 26 "The Home Seekers."
Nov. 29 "The Show Girl."
Nov. 30 "The Smart Set."
BOOKINGS AT THE BURTIS.
Nov. 10 "Land of Nod" (.matinee).
Nov. 11 "The Shoplifters" (mat
Nov. 12 "A Race for Life."
Nov. 13 "The Umpire" with Fred
Nov. 14 "The District Leader" with
Nov. 16 "Com in' Through the Rye.'
Nov. 18 "Buster Brown" (matinee)
Nov. 19 "Ole Olson."
Nov. 20 "Roger Brothers in Ire
Nov. 21 Adelaide Thurston in "The
Girl from Out Yonder."
Nov. 23 "The Yankee Consul."
Nov. 24 "The Squaw Man" (mat
Nov. 25 "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (mat
Nov. 27 "The Homeseekers."
Nov. 29 "Buster's Holiday" (mat
Nov. 30 "Prince of Pilsen."
BOOKINGS AT THE MOLINE.
Nov. 10 "Nell Gwynne" (matinee).
Nov. 11 "The Umpire" (matinee).
Nov. 12 "We Are King."
Nov. 14 "James Boys."
Nov. 17 "The District Leader," with
Mable Barrison, (matinee).
Nov. 18 "Ole Olson" (matinee).
Nov. 19 "Buster Brown."
Nov. 20 Adelaide Thurston in "The
Girl from Out Yonder."
Nov. 21 "The Wizard of Oz."
Nov. 23 "Nettie, the Waif."
Nov. 24 "Uncle Tom's Cabin," (mat
Nov. 30 "The Show Girl."
BOOKINGS AT THE GRAND.
Nov. 9 Miss Ida Stark, pianiste.
At an Early Date "Fantana."
De Wolf Hopper, in "Happyland."
"The Land of Nod." Everything
points to a big house for "The Land of
Nod" at the Illinois theater tomorrow
night. The company Is said to be a
large one, well balanced and well pro
vided with scenic investitures.
"Human Hearts." With all the hue
and cry of the immorality of the stage,
certain plays of the type of "The Old
Homestead," "Shore Acres." "Human
Hearts," etc., continue to grow In pop
ularity. Instead of receiving adverse
criticisms from the pulpit, the manage-
Approve Invitation. Superintendent
F. E. Willard's action in inviting the
western section of the Northern Illinois
Teachers' association to meet in Mo
line rltxt year was heartily indorsed
by the board of education at its regular
monthly meeting Tuesday night. A re
solution was passed approving his ac
tion and an invitation will be extended
to the association to meet here. Prep
arations will be commenced early to
entertain the teachers as about 1,000
are expected to attend.
Rally Well Attended. The W. C. T.
U. rally held Tuesday afternoon at the
First Congregational church was well
attended, about seventy-live from the
various unions being present. The de
votional exercises were opened by
Mrs. J.,V. Atkinson and Mrs. Mary E.
Metzgar gave a short address of wel
come in her usual happy and cheery
manner, making all who had come
from near and far glad for the coming.
Bsrquist May Recover. August
Berepjist who sustained a fracture of
the skull in a runaway accident Sun
day evening is reported to be doing
well. Dr. Oakley, who is attending
him at the city hospital, says that un
less brain fever sets in all danger is
past and that Mr. JJerquist will re
cover his normal health. Both L. V.
Hanson, who received a fracture of
both legs on Monday morning, and
Moore, whose left log was lacerated in
a gas engine Tuesday noon are report
ed to be doing as well as could be ex
pected. Time enough has not elapsed
since the accidents to allow definite
developments, but at present every
thing looks well.
merit of "Human Hearts" continually
receives letters from leading clergy
men, throughout the country, praising
it for its heart interest and the beau
tiful moral story it tel'.s. making an ev
ening well spent for all who see it.
Tile old adage that "a good man should
many none btit a good woman" was
never more truly illustrated in fiction
than in 'Human Hearts." No dramatic
author has ever given to the stage a
more idyllic character than Tom Logan,
a big, whole-souled son of the soil, one
of "nature's own noblemen," who has
fallen into the snare of a city adven
turess and is only saved from ruin and
destruction through the prayers of a
loving mother, a little child, and the
love of a pure, innocent girl, the sweet
heart of his boyhood days. "Human
Hearts" will be the attraction at the
Illinois theater Sunday, Nov. 11, mati
nee and night.
The Old Story. A new play by Lil
lian Mortimer entitled "A Man's Brok
en Promise" will be produced at the
Illinois Monday, Nov. 12. Miss Morti
mer is the author of a number of suc
cessful plays, and the present offering
has been pronounced by leading critic
to be her strongest and most virile
piece of work. The plot of "A Man's
Broken Promise" tells the storv of .i
woman's faith and rYtist betrayed and
trodden Into the dust bv a heartless
scoundrel. Simon Burt leaves a help.
less woman and his innocent child to
starve in the great city while he re
turns to his luxurious country home.
meaning to wed another woman. When
Jane appears and begs with him to
right the wrong he has done her. he
refuses and tries to take her life and
that of Jim Lyons, a man who has be
friended the suffering woman. Foiled
in this, lie abducts the child, meaning
to murder her, but she is saved, and
Simon is enmeshed in the toils of the
Excels in Plays of Passion. In plays
of passion, at and even above the boil
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inj? point, Theodore Krcmcr excels. anl
gives the? public more than it iiays for.
His liberality of invention, con:-1 ruction
and iirudiiction is stronp.lv illustrated
in his lie'W melodrama, "A Kaeo for
Life," which conies to the- Illinois thea
ter Tuesday, Nov.
"The Umpire." One of this sea
son's me)st ioi tontious theatrical of
ferings in Hock Island will undoubtedly
be '"The? I'mpire." which is due to
reach the Illinois on Nov. 14. It will
he renumbered that this is the musical
comedy which played havoc witli all
the long run records in Chicago last
season, having been performed sonic
thing like :;5i limes without interrup
tion, and with the public at the clo.-e
of the engagement claim. ring f ir more.
Several musical features of met it are
claimed for "The I'mpire." anion;;
them being the timely nature- of iis
several themes baseball. iiiotball,
"graft," politics, diplomacy and oilier
topics of current interest, to scy ne)th
ing of a blithe little romance that fair
ly sings its way through the piece-.
There is a strong dramatic plot, a
rapid fire system of cennedy. any quan
tity of the music that the peple like-,
and an excellent cast ef comedians
and dancing and singing girls. The
piodueticn, being under the diivctiou
of Manager Harry Ask-in of the (3 rand
opera house, Chicago, a more than
aelequate ef scenery and costumes is
assured. The company contains Fred
Mace. ICiiith Yerrington. (Juelina Ma
ker, Katherine Huny, Harry Hanlun,
Ce'irge Dameiel. He!; na Sallinger,
Hradlre Martin, llert Young. Jessie
Huston, and many others, including
the famous Umpire "broilers."
C. M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers' tickets on sale the
first and third Tuesday in each month
te points in Iowa, Minnesota, North
and South Dakota and to other home
seekers' territory. For further infor
mation phone or call at any C. M. &
St. P. office.
. The C. M. & St. Paul offers first class
train service to Chicago and Kansas
City, from the tri-citics, sleeping car
reservations made to any point desir-
To points on C. M. & St. P. railway,
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Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar
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For cheapness, durability and
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stone does not wash or color
the wall with alkali, etc Plans
sent us for estimates will re
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returned at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. 5 and 10 will
stop and let visitors off and on.
nrldKf, Stomr, Corn Crib lllocka
and Foundation Stone, mmj
Samples of etone and photos .
of buildings can be seen at
Room 12, Mitchell & Lynde
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