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THE AIIGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1000.
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OOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
, Nov. 14 "The Umpire," Fred Mace.
I Nov. 1& "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. 14 "The District Leader" with
Nov. 16 "Comin Through the Rye."
Nov. 18 "Buster Brown" (matinee).
Nov. 19 "Ole Olson."
Nov. 20 "Roger Brothers In Ire
land." Nov. 21 Adelaide Thurston In "The
senh E. Howard being fully equal in
originality and worth to the book. Mr.
Howard has already won fame and
wealth as a writer of popular songs of
the kind that will not be effaced from
the recollection of the hearer and his
ability has again been evinced in this
play. 'Til Be a" Sister to You," "Kiss
Me Goodnight." "Can You Keep a
Secret." "Mamie Mine." are songs that
will linger in the mind of the hearer
with "Good-Bye My Lady Love." and
other works that have made the com
poscrt famous. The production has
been staged with the care and ability
that has made this a big musical suc
cess. The cast is composed of some
of the foremost players of the country,
Johnny Fogaity, Mabel McCane,
George Cox, Ethel Dovey. Justin Coop
er. Mabel Addington and Leo Kendall,
while the chorus of 20 of the most
stunning gtrls help to make this al
most if not quite the best play to be
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ETHEL DOVEY IX "THE
Girl from Out Yonder."
Nov. 23 "The Yankee Consul."
Nov. 24 "The Squaw Man" (mat
Nov. 30 "Prince of Pilsen."
Nov. 27 "The Homeseekers."
Nov. 25 "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (mat
inee). Nov. 29 "Buster's Holiday" (mat
BOOKINGS AT THE MOLINE.
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. 15. "Fan tana."
At Early Date De Wolf Hopper, in
Full of Quaint Humor. Humor as
quaint and refreshing as the epigra
matic flashes and homely sayings of
George Ade, is seen in the libretto of
"The War Correspondent," which is
the work of Hough and Adams, the
authors of such well known successes
as "The Umpire," which holds the rec
ord for the length of time presented in
one theater. "The Time, the Place,
and the Girl," "The Land of Nod," are
also two plays that have won the re
nown and fame. In "The War Corre
spendent" they have probably the most
successful and certainly one of the
most Interesting plays yet produced.
The melodious score supplied .by Ju-
secn hero this season. At the Illinois
theater Friday, Nov. 1C.
One of Hits of Play. One of the big
hits of "Fantana" is Miss Georgia Bry
ton, a pocket edition of a young lady,
who plays a cockney maid. The work
of Miss Bryton is grotesque without
being coarse and clever without being
pert and her conception of the part of
Jessie is really in very capable hands
as her cockney, dialect she comes by
naturally, being of English birth. Miss
Bryton is given ample opportunity in
"Fantana" as she is an important fac
tor In the piece. The work of Miss
Bryton has been praised very highly
by both press and public. At the
Grand, Davenport, Thursday. -
Chorus a Feature. Aside from the
fact that "The District Leader" is
equipped with one of the brightest,
snappiest choruses on the road and
mounted in a $30,000 scenic setting
and costuming, at the same time it
has he heart interest in the story it
self that appeals to every patriotic and
fun-loving American. The story deals
witbj the vital living side of-our great
commonwealth, namely, politics, love.
and aunshine. The strands are bo clev
erly woven that the spectator is car
ried; from laughter and .tears to tears
and laughter in the same breath. The
author's treatment of the story is fresh
and unconventional. These qualities
coupled with Miss Barrington's crisp
styte. which has made her so famous
in "The Wizard or Oz." "Babes in Toy
land," "The Land of Nod," etc., go to
make a production equaled by few com
panies en tour this season. "The Dis
trict Leader" will appear at the Illi
nois theater on Sunday, Nov. 18 for
matMiee and night.
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Miss Thurston Made Hit. Says the
. A great many people have an idea BY IMPDHE BLOOD
that old sores exist merely because of " A wax .a a www
a diseased condition of the flesh where the ulcer is located. They
patiently apply salves, powders, 'plasters and other external applica
tions, but in spite of all such treatment the place refuses to heal. When
ever a sore or ulcer does not heal readily the blood is at fault ; this
vital fluid is filled with impurities and poisons which are constantly
being-, discharged into the place, feeding it with noxious matter,
which makes it impossible for the sore to heal. Old sores may be the result
of an inherited blood taint, or the effects of a long spell of sickness, or again
the circulation may be contaminated with the collections of refuse matter
which the different members have failed to expel through the channels of
nature. . Whatever the cause the blood be
comes steeped in poison and a cut, bruise,
scratch or other wound often develops into
a sore, fed and kept up by these impurities,
causing it to eat deeper into the surround
ing tissue, inflaming, festering and caus
ing pain. . External applications can only
keep the sore clean; they cannot cure the
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Bradford, (Pa.) Record of "The Girl
from Out Yonder." which is at the Illi
nois Nov. 19: '"The Girl from Out
Yonder' is marked for a successful
carter if the reception accorded to the
play and its players at the Bradford
Monday evening is an augury of fu
ture favor. The audience at the Brad
ford on this occasion was a very large
one, as Miss Adelaide Thurston is a
great favorite among the Bradford play
goers. It is not necessary to repeat
the story of the play, which was pub
lished in The Record of Monday: As
the story was unfolded to the audience,
from the appearance of Little Flotsam
in oil skins, to the happy denouement
preceding the final curtain, the sym
pathy of tbose present went out to the
little fisher girl and her unhappy par
cnt, who suffered from the pricking.-
of a keen conscience. Miss Thurston
and the members of the company re
ceived several curtain calls and at the
close of the third act the demonstra
tion of the audience was something not
usually- witnessed in a theater."
Pictures Are Real. In describin
the presentation of Howe s moving pic
tures which are here Saturday, the
Leavenworth Tost says: "The tramp
ing of horses, the "oh my" of the ski
junipers as they struck the "thank
you mam" bumps; the shrill trumpet
of the protesting elephants in jungli
wood hauling work; the clatter of hors
es' feet as pictured in street scenes;
the rumble and roar of a CO-mile mov
ing train as it rushed through tunnel
and over mountain bridges, gave a
reality to the pictures that was real.
In scenes pathetic and breathing the
home spirit, John T. Saunders, bus
iness manager and musical director,
moved the audience by his work on the
piano. The Lyman Howe moving pic
tures, as managed by Mr. Saunders,
should be seen by every man, woman
and child in' Leavenworth. The pic
tures are instructive, educating and so
diversified that years of travel could
not give the traveler the sights and
views one sees at the Home exhibit of
two hours. This moving picture show
will return to this city soon. Schools,
peminaries, home staying people, young
or old, should see it. The pictures and
events are not to be described they
must be seen."
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It is now a settled fact that dandruff
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baldness are the result of dandruff. Dr.
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hold of the new hair preparation. New
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the dandruff germ. He says: "I used
Herpicide for my dandruff and falling
hair, and I am well satisfied with the
result." Dr. J. T. Fugate of Urbana.
111., says: "I have used Herpicide for
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well as the general public say so. Sold
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in Time of Peace.
In the first months of the Russia
Japan war we had a striking example
of the necessity for preparation and
the early advantage of those who, so
to speak, "have shingled their roofs in
dry weather." The virtue of prepara
tion has made history and given to us
our greatest men. The individual as
well as the nation should be prepared
for any emergency. Are you prepared
to successfully combat the first cold
you take? A cold can be cured much
more quickly when treat ed as soon as
it has been contracted and before it
has become settled . in the system.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is fa
mous for its cures of colds and it
should be kept at hand ready for in
stant use. -v For sale by all leading
Wednesday, Nov. 14.
For the First Time Outside Chicago
Harry Askin Offers the Musical
WITH FKK1 MACK
And the Same All-Star Company as Was
Seen at the Grand Opera House,
Kvery Sonjr a lii 'You Look ;mhI
l-'atlirr, "frofHn Your Ilrnrl," ilm'ri
You l.lkr to He the I iniiiref and Sev
eral O I hern.
TUB FAMOt'S BROILERS 1JEAUTY
CHORfS OF SIXTY".
ITIt-rM 25c, GOe, 7,'ic, $1.00 and $1.50.
Scat sale Monday, Nov. 12, at 9 a. m., at
theater. Phone we,st 224.
FRIDAY, NOV. 16.
Happy For Life.
Great happiness came Into the home
of S. C. Blair, school superintendent, at
St. Albans. W. Va., when his little
daughter was restored from the dread
ful complaint he names. He says: "My
little daughter had St. Vitas' dance,
which yielded to no treatment but grew
steadily worse until as a last resort we
tried Electric Bitters; and 1 rejoice
to say, three bottles effected a com
plete cure.". Quirk sure cure for ner
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Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second ave
nue, Rock' Island; Gustave Schlegel &
j oon, 220 West Second 'street, Daven
iport. -' . .
MlilCTIOM CHVIBERUN.KINOT A CMMNV,
Sunday, Nov. 18.
Matluee anil Nlli.
Frank J. Sardam and Walter O. Lind
say Present t lie Season's Greatest
Mabel BarriMon nod Joseph 1-2. Howard,
THE DISTRICT LEADER
A Holliekluic, Ithymerul, Mualeiil 1'lay
Willi a llrusuu.
nook. Music and Lyrics by Joseph E.
Howard, composer of "Fmpire." "Land
of Nod." and 'The Time, the Flace and
BIG, Bl'OYAXT BEAITY CIIORI S .
The most magnificently mounted and
Korjreously costumed" production ever
seen on any stage.
Price Night. 25c, r.Oc. 75c. $1. $1.50:
matinee. 25e. 50c and 75c Seat sale
Friday. Nov. 16, o a. m., at theater.
Phone west . 224. .
Davis & Churchill. Clroult Operator..
Three Performanee lially three.
10c ADMISSION 10c
Reserved seats, 20c; Saturday matine
thildren under 12 yeara. 6c
Thursday Evening, Nov. 15.
The First Time Here Sam and Lee
Sliubert's lieautiful and Krilliant
cal Comedy. ,
ISnok by 8am. S. Shubcrt and liobert
IS. Smith. Music by Raymond llubbell.
Lyrics by Robert 11. Smith. Under the
direction of F. Ray Comstock.
A REAL COMIC OPERA.
The Sensation of New York and Clii
eapfn. Company of 60, Chorus of 40. The
Original Scenic Production as Presented
600 Nights at Lyric Theater, New York;
Four Months at Garrick Theater, Chi
cago. Price 50c, 75c. J1.00 and $1.50. Seats
on sale Tuesday at S si. m. at Klenze's
drug store. Ill West Second street.
Saturday, Nov. 17, 1906.'
Matinee and ltlil.
Twenty-Fourth Semi-Annual Tour
LYMAN H. HOWE'S
A BIRD'S EYK VIEW OF THR WORLD
TODAY. STIRKINO SCKNKS OF
"IK IT 1iappi:m:ii. i.yma ii. iiowi:
AMERICA Wcliman Polar lixpedi
tion. SWITZERLAND Winter Sports.
INDIA Klephants at Work in Teak
Forest. - . .
CANADA Salmon Vlshlnu- nrwl W-j-
zer River Canon.
NEW ZEALAND Maori Dances. Na
tive Hurdle Races. Lumberine-. I 111 1 1 i ti tr
Sprinsrs. . .
GREECE King Edward VII. at Ath
ENGLAND Henley Regatta. - ,
And Many others.
Prleen Matinee. 10c' :nnl 25c! nltrht
25c, 3oc and 50c
V ONE NIGHT ONLY
A Genuine Laugh Producing Show of the Old
40 PEOPLE IN THE CAST 40
All Special Scenery. New Costumes and Elec
Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.
Phone West 224.
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