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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27. 1907.
Ai ihe Theater.
BOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
March 31 "The Village Parson."
April 2 "The Clansman.
April 4 Bethany Home Minstrels.
April 5 Paul Gilmore in "At Yale.'
April 7 "Ole Olson."
April 8 Ezra Kendall in "Swell Elc
April 9 "William's Ideals."
April 1420 Chase-Lister company.
April 21 "The Umpire."
April 26 Otis Skinner.
April 27 "The Country Jay."
April 28 "Slaves of the Orient."
BOOKINGS AT THE GRAND.
April 4 "The Powers That Be."
An 11 O Clock Matinee. I he man
agers of "The Clansman'' were l
put to it last year t accommodate th
crowds (if -;i :- r -n-cia'oi Particu
larly was thi I In : in Kaunas Oily
htTO a week's run U t iii satisfy
the popular demand. One I i -i 1 ; i even
ing so many persons v. ere heing turn' 1
away disappointed from the imx ollice
that it. ;ih ileterniiiieil In nive an II
ocluek Saturday matinee. Kiftceu
huililreil persons crowded tin: Willis
Wood theaier al that unusual horn,
without previous in i iee Ik I he puhli"
except tlie ;ii sen is. tin n: - in the pa
llets the same morning. The perform
anee eoneiinl' ii at I ::'' when ihe mo:-.-.-ing
crowd was dismissed and the i'
ternoou audience hi in the -o'clock
matinee. Snai ching a havy
dinner. Ilie d,ieis relumed to the
theater for t ie third performance ol
the day which like the others was
crowded to the- doors. In till, neariy
ri.nuii pet. oils saw "The Clansman" oi
that, nil nioiahle Saturday. "The Clans
man" will he played here on April - at
the Illinois theater.
"The Village Parson." "The Villas;'
Parson." which has heconie a gre-H
favorite with theatergoers will he seen
it the Illinois, matinee and night, Sim-
it JV ff '
iv . K
age and had been in this country only
a sdiort time. The funeral was hell
J. J. Qtiinn left today for Pe v
ret tuned from an
(Ins Teaeler ha
extended trip to California.
LI. C. Ilai tz I, ft Monday evenins to.
a few weeks' vibit in New York city.
Mrs. Charles Farmer, of Oultith.
Minn., is visit iug Mrs. K. K. I'armen
Dr. William .lepsin, professor
sutxerv in th State I'liiversity
Iowa, was the guest, of Dr. J. It. llot
lowhush last evening, having come to
ihe three cities to attend the t unci a"
if Dr. Craw lord in Davenport.
H Kmruet Kecves. for a niimher of
years claim clerk ol tne hock isianu hi
the local freight oflice. leaves totno.-
row with his family for Coodland, Kan.
where he will take a position as ca
icr of the Rock Island. Mr. Ueeves
has hcen in the employ of the KocU 1 s-
and here for the last VZ years, and a.i
a tail mil employe wen ncsei cs iae
Case on the
at the Elite
23,000 OFFICES m AMERICA.
CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.
tedto by the taiet of tke foOowkc (
. A VM-WTB ..J tITT TTT17HC 1 .n AnillriMl. llmiHfflV ItK lifthllltV. whldl KTft faM
Thi t an UNRKPEATEO MESSAGE, and Is deUered by requestor UM iiIr. ucaer im ooocuoom nmtw
rror cn be iwdRl irtlnst oaly by rpeaunR a ci.ssiigts hck to tbo anodlnx Katioc for oomperuoBe m wP"7, "ST ..unViiraSI
dMtvarror uareDeitteU maszes. 0"Toca me Mnouatoi w?u cm mcrpua, nr wny - ,
is aiea wim ttse cvimpaur ror trarLSLniis;oa.
h tansmlsioo or
ttr tba ra
. axsnes, w-yocd the vnoustof tolls psid tbereon, mot la say c
- and u delivered bv roaudst of U tMldr, UcdeT tM
ROBERT C. CLOWKY, President and Oonaral Managsr.
RECEIVED it rock island, ill.
d:'v. .Ma'cn "1. Ilns iilav is niteliselv
diamatic in action, ami1 while not
ever-.stranicd I here ate climaxes wine 1
K ep tne mutesi o t no sicc!ato
wioiiiit up in the 1 1 i ' i t po'in. Many
of the pa.-.'am-i are . ry pathetic, an
there are scene -i in which t'ie eleiuetu
el Humor predominates. I lie plot i-
wcll ih lint d. and as ihe . tory eiv
happily. I here are ii i ie;;re's. 'I'l1
scenic I c;' ' nil's, are well cared tor; IV
(allliai . cene lieiiu; e. pccially I'm
All of the acts in fact are eipiinp
wiih new and hri.ht scenery. 'I'll
'onipaliv i: l.i I- ahove the aven;e all I
a liuisheil pi ndiict ion mav he looked
Whnt the Hotel Was Callcd.-
I'at s the naiiie o tin.-, h'.tel. askeil
Sixlcl y news, writtin or telepluuieil
In the society editor ol 1 lie jxrens, win
lie gladly received and published. Hut
in either case tin- identity ol the snider
musl le made known. In insure rolia
Mlitv. Written noticed muat bear Big-
nature and address.
Bay Hinderer. The marriage of
Miss Hettha Hinderer. daughter ot
Mrs. Ilarhtira Hinderer of Milan, to
William V. Hay ol this city, took pla-e
at noon today at the new home that
the uroom has furnished at 71;'. Fif
teenth street. Dean .1. .1. Quinn pe'
forniins the marriage ceremony. Mr.
Hay is employed as clerk al the Hijoii
. , . :. ... ..r.i..
ctuar store and nis urine is one oi i.u.
Iiopular voun.s; women of Milan.
166 C. H. U. C, 18. Collect. 4:30 p
M. Chicago, 111., March 26.
Fr iedenwald ,
Manager Elite Theater,
its cod liver oil elements heal
and strengthen the lunga
Many people inherit weak luns
which are likely to be attacked by
consumption. So also arc Innsa
weakened by disease or by a stubborn
Vinol, which is a.rcal cod liver prep
aration with all the useless oil elimi
nated and tonic iron added, strcngi li
ens weak lungs and gives one the
power to throw off wasting disease:;.
We ask every person suffering
from weak luncs, stubborn hackinj?
coughs or any wasting disease to try
Vinol on our guarantee.
H. O. ROLFS, Harper House Pharmacy
To Owners of Horses 8
HtNaKfint vi fifVunt Ww. and Pi
I his si rvji
st ra w.
a t: I
Having taruiid 1'nr a riunitwr nl"
yiars. I i.ili siliit cuml, shuihI
iii il Im- tlin-i- who i.ivnr mi' wiih
an irii r And ln-mt; wi 11 pol.-d
in irt.inl In iri'-i-.--. ! i an tuiy at
tin- lewesi ni.iik.-l raos. tlni-.-liv
saving sun ninri- th.iu the small
HtlliHllll I rll-ll'Ki',
(Milir : li li with me on M irU'-t
S'iu.im-. !' at If. I .in tuna 11 if'-. No.
'Jl i' Si fliti III ll sllii-t. Will f-
i i ive pi'imipl and eait ful atlen-
Ily'P mi MrUrt ii;ir. Itnfk Ih- 0
IiiihI. hl I'lionr Wrst VtW- V, Q
JOHN VOLK h CO.
Dealers in single and doubl
treugtb Blinds and Moulding,
Veneered and Hardwood Floor
ing of all kinds.
Dealer In single and double
strength Window Glass, Polish
ed Tlate, Beveled 1'lato and
311 AND 321
Charles E. Hodgson,
nrettv llui;i .ahellr, (it Kallli)ll
II im In i x K s ;ilikie iiuti:.t eu!ili;civ
is Hie nnd lleliti linle piiieed al til
desk in register in an bivva town th
thi-r d;iv. 'I'he eh iU was ;i nice hn'
mi; v 1 1 1 1 1 in. in Willi a cute curl .u
the middle nf his fnrehead
to he lli 11 illy. "Well, it
called the Grand Centra!.'
"hut smile theallbal full,
wei l; in, in,, jt was "I'll"
can call it what, vou like."
Announce Engagement. Mr. an 1
Mrs. .1. F. Mueller, limn Sixteeirli
stieet. announce the ellticellielit ef
their daughter, Au.mista. to Willia-ti
Kemu.son of Ghieaso. The wedding
will take place the early part of May.
Brotherhood Banquet. The Krothev
iod of the First Methodist, chureii
will hold a hampict at the church to
morrow evening at : ..it i chick, .mi
attractive program has been arianeii
lor entertainment diiriuu; the evening.
To the Honorable Mayor and City
Council of the City of Kock 'Island'
We. the undersigned properly owne.s
on the. east and west sntes respective
ly of Twelfth street, within lion feet if
the front, door of the premises on the
west corner of Twelfth street and
Kis;htcentli avenue, namely on lot six
(; in M. H. Pi Stlva's addition, in
the cilv of UocU Island, county of
Hock Island, and state of Illinois, n
pcctfully petition your honorable hod
to prant a license lo Herman vos-.d
for the sale of intoxicating, vinous and
fermented liquors iu the building on
id Twelfth street and Kish'eenUi
avenue, said license to date iroin May
I, 1!'u7 in order to admit time for the
erection of a building.
Flank Wieh t',
Fritz Philipp 17
.Joseph Van Hoe 1't
Gustav A. Hoist 40
Mary Van Hoe H)
llobert. Wagner "5U
William Klorkau -in
Henry Dteesseu -10
Have arranged for you to keep Thaw films until Saturday night.
Must have it Sunday morning, sure.
h'AJLirJ V TIPS.
New Service to Springfield and Jack
sonville. C, I. & St. L. railway No. 7 now
leaves Peoria union depot at -l::;n p.
in. for Springfield. Jacksonville and I
intermediate points, giving a through-
otincctien for passengers leaving Kock
AM U y K M KNTS.
Island at 1:M i. in. This icivice
addition to trains leaving Peoria
Mjnsficld is III. I n
a ph sieian w ho w as
him in hi private car ;it. S -ranton. Pa.,
Kieh.ud Man-tiehl has in:trueted his
niana::eis to cancel his engagements
for the remainder of the week. He is
Hin'i ting (rum nervous- indigestion and
threatened with grip. He returned to
New York in his private car.
it. -i ii to 'ie bieepiessness
he reiili 'd 1 Disorders of the stomach produce
here last nervous condition and often prevent
.unit. on I sleep. t liamherlain s stomach an
Liver Tabllss stimulate the digestive
organs, restore the system to
the advice of healthy condition and make sleep jios
tiled to attend sthle. For sale by all leading drug
De Witt s Little Karly Risers scatter
the gloom of sick headache and bilious
ness. Sold by all druggists.
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Farmers' Ins. Co York, Pa.
Williamsburg Ins. Co New Ti rk
Mew Hampshire Ius. Co.. .N. Hampshire
Northern Ius. Co New York
Security Ins. Ca....New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois . . . R-kf ord, 111.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Connecticut
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rate!
U low ai consistent with security.
George Kcll. v, w hose death yf ,t"-.
day noon at the pest hospital after a
rive days' illness with black dyphtheria
was mentioned jn The Argus, was .
(oiinsin of Frank Kelley, til7 Thittv
eighth street. For the last year he hid
been employed on the arsenal and dur
ing that time resided with his counsia.
He was taken ill Thursday and vva.i
taken to the pest hospital as the ct.e
ii was an unusually severe one. .Air. Kel-
I ley was horn mar (aide. III., and was
i about -IS years of age. For a number
I f years he resided at What Cheer,
Iowa, coming from that, city here. He
was a member of the Knights of Py
thias at What Cheer, and a telegram
was received from there yesterdav,
asking that the Knights of Pythias
here take tare of the remains. He is
.survived by a brother iu What Che"--.
Funeral services will be held tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock from Knox's
undertaking parlors, and they will be
in charge of St. Paul lodge. No. 107.
K. of P. Iturial will take place at
DmioiON Iiiapibi niiN.KiNOt&tomiiNv
Sunday, March 31.
i. m. and rJ::'.n p. m. daily.
Orrine Will Destroy all Desire for
Whisky or Beer.
Michigan druggist. 11. G. Coleman.
has made a thorough study of various
cures for the liquor habit, and gives
this as a result of his investigation:
liefore taking the agency of Orrine, 1
went to a considerable trouble to learn
about it and became confident that it
was a thoroughly honest preparation
Hid put out by a reliable firm."
Write for free book m the cure of
alcoholism to the Orrine company,
Washington. D. C. Mailed sealed. Or
rine costs but $1 per box.
Orrine is sold by Harper House.
M.'iliin-e hiii! ifclit.
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THE VILLAGE PARSON
I SEVENTH SUCCESSFUL
A SAN FRANCISCO PHYSICIAN
Mrigin.i I -i v. V m k I 'i i id ii' t imi.- S
Scetiery. 1 '.l.i In ii a 1 1' I 'ust linn s.
PKP.'KS M.ttinec, le and
Western Vaudeville Mgrs. Ass'n 'iri uit.
Three I'rrfwrmnnerM Unity Three.
10c ADMISSION 10c
Keserved seats, "ne; Saturday inatlnea,
hildri d under 12 year a. 6c
IRt.lllON CtlAMBLRl IN.K INOT4L ConPANV, OlRlTION CHAnBlRLIN.KINPI COflANV.
TUESDAY APRIL 2nd
"CYCLONIC SUCCESS SOUTH AND NORTH."
"THE CLANSMAN'S" REMARKABLE HISTORY.
A million and a half people have seen the play.
A million and a half people were turned away.
Box office records shattered in every part of the country.
Five distinct and successful engagements in New York.
An a!l summer run in Chicagi.
Record breaking viaits to every principal city in the United States.
Specially selected cast of 40 principals,
small army of supernumeraries, and a
troop of cavalry horses, carloads of
scenery, mechanical and electrical effects.
707 Z1 AV
Rock Island. I iju
Due to Pneumonia.
An impiest was held over the re
mains of .lames Drahnpniiles, the 1 l
liorer who died very suddenly yester
day morning at KM Forty fifth street
at 0 o'clock this morning. The verdict
returned by the jury was that death
was due to pneumonia. Dr. C.
Whiteside testified as to the illness.
The young man was about 21 years of.
The much sought after and
sometimes hard to find are un
doubtedly here in our cases. And
it isn't just a meager showing.
We've studied the styles in back
combs and recognized the de
mand. And isn't planning aheao
as much good storekeeping as
selling goods after it gets into
We want every woman to
know that we've treated bacK
combs with the respect required
by their importance as a toilet
The price range is $1.00 to $11.
Rock Island. Iu.
Uses Herpicide Successfully in Treat
ing Sycosis of the Beard.
He says: "I recently treated a case
of sycosis (similar to 'barber's iiclf) d
the lower lip. with Newbro's Herpi
cide. There was an extcm-ivo loss ol
beard with inflammation extending
well down on the chin. 'I'he result t.t
the application of ( rpicide was most
gratifying. The loss of beard ceased
and a new growth of hair is now tak
ing place over the once inflamed arei.
"(Signed! Melville VZ. O'Neill. M. I)..
"SI5 Howard Stie-M.
"San Francisco, Cal."
Herpicide kills the dandruff ger.n
and permits the hair to grow abund
antly. Sold by leading druggists. Send la
in stamps for sample to the Jleipicide
company. Uetroit. Mien, two si7,es, one
and $1.00. T. II. Thomas, special
BY THOMAS DIXON, JR.,
From his two famous nove's. "The Leopard's Spots" and
WARNING Order your scats by marl, sending remittance with order.
In this way you will avoid having to pay excessive prices to specula
tors, as was the case last season.
DIRECTION OF GEORGE H. BRENNAN.
PRICES 50c to $1.50.
Saved Her Son's Life.
The happiest mother iu the little
town, of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. S. Utippee.
She writes: "One year ago my son was
down with such serious lung trouble
that our physician was unable to helpj
him; when, by our druggist's advice, II
began giving him Dr. King's New Lis-
covery, and I Boon noticed improve
ment. I kept this treatment up for a!
few weeks, when he w;u perfectly well.
He has worked steadily since at car
penter work . Dr. Kiug's New Discov
ery saved his life." Guaranteed, host
cough and cold remedy by W. T. llartz,
druggist. 301 Twentieth street. oO
cents and $1. Trial bottle free.
The scennd ft rf teeth U 'hmm in the ilhu- '
tr.itinii) aicnpinthe Mwstejdv to come forward
when the b.ihv teeth are lust unlessthcv become
diseased or malformed thiouch improper care of
the tirst teeth. Have your children's teeth ex-
amincd and tive them the advantage of tieat
ment neccssai y ti i insure a good stnunr set of
permanent teeth, hvamiiiatmns ami advice free
to all. We employ every method, medicine and
apparatus tinder the sun. which enables us to
tender perfect, rainless service.
In looking for a dentist, go to one who
is up-to-date and will give a guarantee
that he will stand by.
ictj- ; 'i.
tv- .v. w'r ve
i au 'v
Worked Like a Charm.
D. N. Walker, editor of that spicy
journal, the . Enterprise, Louisa, Va.,
says: "I ran a nail in my foot last
week and at once applied Bucklen'a
Arnica Salve. No Inflammation fol
lowed; the salve simply healed the
wound." Heals sores burns, and skin
diseases. Guaranteed' at V. T. Hartz's
drug store, 301 Twentieth street. 25c.
The secret of fashionable beauty. I
asked the question of a noted bcauiy
specialist. "In order to be round, rosy,
plump, very pretty and stylish, take
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea." ;.5
cents. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
To remove a cough, get at the cold
which causes the cough. There is noth
ing so good as Kennedy's Laxative
Cough, Syrup. Sold by all, druggists.
Yours for Dental Work Without
Dr. Albert E. Wrixon
Recently attending dentist at
German-American Hospital, Chi
cago; Professor of Dental Pros
thesis at the Illinois Summer
School of Dentistry; Junior Pro
fessor of Orthodontia at the Cor
respondence Dental Institute;
Graduate of the Northwestern
University Dental College, class
Office, Second avenue and Sev
enteenth street. Bengston block,
Loans uu furniture, pianos,
horses, wagons, etc., with
Fair rates, confidential deal
ings and courteous treatment.
Fidelity Loan Co., Mitchell &
Lyndc Block, Room 38, Rock
Island. Telephone West 514.
New Telephone 6011.
S 1L B. CASTEEL. L. D. MUDGE. II. B. SIMMON, X
Q President. Vice President. Cashier.
CENTRAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
Q ROCK ISLAND, ILL.. Qg
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stork., BIOO.OOO. Four Ter Ont latereat raid oi
IL D. Mack, II. II. Cleaveland,
John Schafer, Mary E. Robinson,
M. S. Heagy, E. D. Sweeney,
' II. B. Simmon, - II. W. Tremann,
C. J. Larkln,
J. J. LaVelle,
IL E. Casteel.
L. D. Mudge,
Estates and property of nil kinds are manaKPd by this department,
whleh Is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the com
pany. We act as executor of and trustees under Wills, Administrator,
Guardian and Conservator of Kstates.
lioeeiver and Assignee of Insolvent Estates. General Financial
Agent lor Non-Residents, Women Invalids, and others.