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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1907.
At the 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 Ele
April 9 "William's Ideals."
April 12 "The Denver Express."
April 1420 Chase-Lister company
April 21 "The Umpire."
April 26 Otis Skinner.
April 28 "Slaves of the Orient."
BOOKINGS AT THE GRAND.
April 4 "The Powers That Be."
At an Early Date Thomas W. Ross
to "The Other Girl."
Exposes Graft Methods. "T!i.- Pow
ers Th:it Hi'." ;he liiir;i i:i winch .-wV-
ry llopwciil iikiUcs hi.;. Mariliiif; x
pos of tlu iM'iif; nx-thiiiis irvd hy tin
hosst's in his city politics, will b ;ie
ho ipifsciiicd Iicre :tf tlio Illinois theater
April 2. It is described as a tliriHingly
powerful diatna. huilt up around tlit
L'reat theme of i ho sirtmelH of (he
soiii.iein whi'i s to tain supremacy over
th" nemo and curpethas government.
Such ;i subject could not have been
handled '.! y :us ;;::!. ii'it the mellow
ing i::!!uer.c" of time and the desire to
L'ivo the south a fair hi-arii's liuvo cans-
terpret at the Illinois April 5. in the
new play of college life, "At Yale,'?
and made Uiis reply: dick aeeiej i Notice is hereby given that on Tues
a powerful chap physically anu unci- d tne second day of April A Di
lectually. With the strong-limbed ph 19o7. in the citv 0f.R0Ck Island. Ill
sique which open air upbuilds, he has an eiectjon wlll be nel( for tne follow
his full quota of nerves. The elements ing officers, to-wit
of his life have indnced tnem. ursi
SECRET NO LONGER
Ciaud cpia li'i
sTiited ai i!''
cnport, on Thur.-iiav evi iiinu. April 4.
Not since the days vli n the famous
Nasi cartoons down t ho notori
ous Tweed tin-; in New York, has -o
scathing and vivid an arraignment of
'the man win
made. As treated
the sulij ct is etii ii
runs Kie l:mn" been
by Mr. Mopwood,
!y new on t'ae stae.
All the eloquent and illustrative vari
ety of dramatic action, and the many
and ingenious mechanical resources of
the theater have been assembled to
make the story JiuWate with life and
sincerity. Wluu a work of this kind
is in the hands of a company headed
hy such pitied players as P.'vi I l'roe
tor. Kdwin Holt. Ann Sutherland and
Kmniett C. Kins, it is no wonder ;he
plav lias created the positive seti-a-
ie y 1
s 111 :
it'lUi. s. IN "SV, !;i..
CANT". ION KS."
of all there is almosf inflni(e possibili
ty of accomplishment for his ambitious
and energetic spirit. There is so much
to do and so HKle time in which to do
it. Then there is a further incentive
to nervous excitement in the stimulant
of the wonderful college atmosphere
so exhilarating to all dwellers Hnder
the roof of a large and complex alma
mater. With all his manly qualities,
Dick has a certain sweet-natnred pa
tienoe. the result of his optimism of
the future. He has the best of hearts
and the strongest of heads, and in his
dealings with his fellow students then
often apparent a sensitive discrim
ination and power of differentiation.
which are no natural endowments, but
;he result of training. His mental
elimination, his compaiison and hi
quick determination of values, are the
tesult'of his association 'with, and study
of, the composite and interminglin
forces of life a mixture of the active
and the contemplative. He is the fruit
of the true college spirit, he believes in
aoblesse oblige, human heartedness
the elevation of human labor, human
need and human sacrince ro supernu
man heights. In short, physically he
breathes deeper and is fuller chestwl
than his fellows; he has more voice
and puts it out from the top of his
throat. Intellectually, he is head and
-boulders above his mates a very
titan of thought. This is Dick Seeley."
to be lvrei.ed Upon lis Illeitts.
i on! iis political implications
l.uisituin" uses tiie dramatic ele
. oi low and hate, mirth and pa-
t;os as they have been used in no oth
er American play since the days of
I'ik le Tom's Cabin." The action erabh
"The Village Parson." "The Village
Parson" is expected to draw largely at
the Illinois, for matinee and night, to
morrow, as it is claimed to be one of
the strongest and best plays to be seen.
I The story of the play is one of consul
...ei . ...t. .-i. ,1.,. , . -.i
power, ill which i ne soiiowa iom
v $ r J A 4 U tX L vr
.CENE FROM "AT YALE," AT THE ILLINOIS APRIL 5.
tiou it ha.-, in many cities. Along with
the poli'ics is a romance, of coarse.
Without tie) pursuit of woman hy man
there can be no drama not for the
American public at any late and the
( om. i!
or i- t iiiitinaally ntertained.
will lt' jiiven here by the
or.ip.iny ihat successfully
author has provided "The Powers That i toured the noith last ear and with an
Be" with a love siovy intere1 ing and in'livly new inid bt-autiful scenic pro
dramatic enough to make a play all by I dueMou. Among the leading actors In
I r- , -i r
It . -
1 v jf-y
DAVID PROCTOR, IN
itself, and lias welded it with politics
in a clever and charming manner.
The Natural Remedy.
The delicate and intricato character
of the female organs make them most
susceptible fo irregularity, and for the
same reason it is most important thst
each one should be kept In conditioi;
to perform its fund ions in a normal
manner. At all of the special periods
when womankind is performing th
functions peculiar to her sex there is a
decidetl tendency to sluggishness of the
bowels. Nature then requires a gentle
assistant. Not powerful and expensive
THE POWERS THAT BE," AT THE GRAND, . drugs that must be taken at frequent
APRIL 4. Intervals and are so drastic as to dam
"The Clansman" are Aileen Goodwin, 'and bowels and do more harm than
Mrs. Charles G. Craig, Molet Mercer- good, but a pure and harmless laxative
eau. Ruth Hart. Maurice Freeman, such" as is the famous Natural Miner
.lames .1. Ityan. .lonn n. nymer, m. .1. Water IIUNYADI JANOS one dose
and Mur-.of which will move the bowels cent!-.-
but. copiously in a natural manner. Th
c.-ntemplatLiiis of a village minister
arc derailed. "He Is subjected to strong
trials through the supposed faults of
his wife and her father, who are really
innocent. The good man goes from
bad to worse, but the wrongs are cor
rected in the orthodox fashion. The
cast is made up of many prominent
players, and new "and superb scenery
is employed, and the production is most
complete in every way.
One mayor for two years.
One city clerk for two yeari.
One city attorney1 for two yrtrs.
One city treasurer for two years
One alderman in the First ward for
One alderman in the Second ward
for two years.
One alderman In the Third ward for
One alderman in the Fourth ward
for two years.
One alderman in the Fifth ward for
One alderman In the Fifth ward for
One alderman In the Sixth ward for
One alderman in the Seventh ward
for two years.
One assessor for one year.
One collector for one year.
Four assistant' supervisors for two
One Justice of the peace, to fill va
Two constables to fill vacancy.
Which election will be opened at
o'clock in the morning and continue
until 5 o'clock in the afternoon of tha
Places of registration and votin
will be as follows:
First ward, first precinct, 415 Fourth
First ward, second precinct, COO Sev
Second ward, first precinct, 1011
Second ward, second precinct, city
barn, 919 Sixth avenue.
Third ward, first precinct, county
jail, Third avenue and Fourteenth
Third ward, second precinct, 1411
Third word, third precinct, TJHemev
er drug store. Eleventh avenue ami
Fourth ward, first precinct, Frick's
livery, 1914 Third avenue.
Fourth ward, second precinct, M.
Levy barn. Nineteenth street between
Sixth and Seventh avenues.
Fifth ward, first precinct, hose
hose on Twenty-second street.
Fifth ward, second precinct, Schmnl
grocery, S23 Twentieth street.
Sixth ward, first precinct, hose house
on Twenty-sixth streeL
Sixth ward, second precinct, Rless
barn, 709 Twenty-seventh street.
Seventh ward, first precinct, 3110
Seventh ward, second precinct.
Peterson's shop, 510 Forty-fifth street
Seventh ward, third precinct. Olsen's
barn. Forty-fourth street between Sev
enth and Eighth avenues.
H. C. SCHAFFER.
City and Town Clerk.
Rocfc Island, 111., March 13, 1907.
You Get the Value of the Knowledj;
That Has Made Doctors Successful.
UB LI SHE DAT LAST
WONDERFUL PRESCRIPTION 'S
It was with no intention of doin;'
ti,. .(.kt.inif. I ii ii n lim .t nniilii iilie-.'!. '
HllJ U4l!C-,l IW .111." IVpUHlltlii. m.i. i
ian that the secrit of a wonderful
prescription is given out.
The infoi niatioiir about the ingreai
nts of a foi mula can bo told by th'
doctor who uses it- ae is the Only ou
who loses, as after it is puoli.died an.-
so can pec ure the remedy wit'io.ir
paying a cent to h:m or any oilier do -toi
for his advice or attendance.
Kidney disease is the scourge of the
land. It is truly said that thousand.;
have kidney trouble and yet do nit
i ( al.'ze it.
1'l.ry g. along from day to day suT-
fering pains in the small of th.- back,
feeling weak and dizzy at ti i.es. have
sickening headaches, pains in the
loins, numbness of the thig'i. mine
with a sediment, and vet let it go.
Every day makes b harder in el'fe't.
Some' are held back because ii is not
convenient to cither call or go to so
a doctor, or the expense may be
gioai. No matter what the circum
stances a person may be in. the pu'di
cation ed this formula is of interes1.
The simple ingredients are eniir:
vegetable' and are harmless and pur--.
This is tlx- prescription: 1 oz. E
sonce of Pepsin. 1 oz. Fluid P.ucara. Z
ozs. Syrup of Purdoek. The dose ''r
adults is a teapoonful before eac'i
meal and at bedtime1.
fry it and see 'now much good it w'll
o you. and tell others.
9IRICTION CltAmBERLIN.KilTdLCOIPANV. 0lRCTION CrtAMBt BULKINUT A tOIWANV.
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 wsrc turned away.
Eox office records shattered in every part of the country.
Five distinct and successful enjagements in New York.
An all-summer run in Chicago.
Record breaking visits to every principal city in the United States.
Specially selected cast of AO principals,
small army of supernumeraries, and a
troop of cavalry horses, carloads of
scenery, mechanical and electrical effects.
BY THOMAS DIXON, JR.,
From his two famous novels, "The Leopard's Spots"
and "The Clans
WARNING Order your seats b maiil, sending remittance with order.
In this way you will avoid having to pay excessive prices to specula
tors, as was the case last seascn.
DIRECTION OF CEORGE H. BRENNAN.
PRICES 50c to $1X0.
To remove a cough, get at the cold
which causes the cough. There is noth
ing so good as Kennedy's Laxative
ough Syrup. Sold by all druggists.
The Poor Get $15,000,000.
In accordance with the provisions of
the will of an English millionaire, tho
sum of $I5,(Mi.000 is given to the poor.
It is to be used to build houses, endo v
hospitals and for the relief of tlmse in
distress. If you suffer from any dis
tress after e ating we want you to try a
dose ef Hostetter's Stomach Uitteis.
You'll agree with lis and with thou
sands of others that it is far superior
to anything else you have ever taken.
It is especially comKunded for making
weak stomachs strong, and thus per-fe-cting
digestion. Them you can en
joy your meals thoroughly. It always
cures dyspepsia, indigestion, coslive
ness, biliousness, headache, nausea,
flatulency, colds, grip, spring fever,
and general ability. It is compounded
in accordance with the pure drug re
entire ments. Get a beittle today from
any druggist or dealer.
WHY WOMEN SUFFER
.Ionian. Lawrence EcldingeT,
"The Clansman," a Uniuqe and Dra
matic Offering. Rarely does any thea
not only the theatergoing public, but
very thinking person. Such is the
ease-, however, with "The Clansman,"
Thomas Dixon. .Ir.'s revolutionary play
of the roeonstruoi ion period, which will
ter offer an attraction which interest ; icter of Dick Seeley, which he Will in- druggists.
dose is a tumblerful drunk on ari
What Paul Gilmore Thinks of Dick ing in the morning (slightly warmel
beeiey. Paul toimore was asked tne for best results). One bottle contain?
other day what he thought of the char- many doses and costs but a trifle at nil
GUARANTEED LIQUOR CURE.
No Detention from Work or Loss of
Time Desire for Drink Destroyed
When one of our most reliable drug
gists makes a positive statement that
he will guarantee to cure the liquor
habit if Orrine is used in accordance
w'th directions or refund the monev it
shows his great faith in the treatment
It is in this way that Orrine is sold by
the leading druggist in nearly everv
city and town. In every box is a rev
sifitii guarantee wiiicn entitles you
le a refund of your memey if Orrine
fails to effect a cure.
No either cure for the liquor habit
has been sold in this way and the re
markable guarantee shows heiw far
superior Orrine is to the ordinary san
atorium or home treatment. There is
no detention from work or loss of time
when Orrine is used. It destroys the
desire for liquor, so that the drink is
not missed also cure's the deranged
stomach, weakened nerves, and other
ill effects of excessive drinking re
storing the patient to perfect health.
Orrine is prepared in two forms. No
1, the secret remedy which can be used
in food or drink without the knowl
edge of the patient; No. 2 for theise
who take the reniedv of their own free
will. Both forms are guaranteed,
registered guarantee in every box.
Treatise on how to cure drunken
ness free on request. Orrine company
Washington, D. C. The price of either
form is $1 a box making the cost of
the complete cure less than one-tenth
what It Is usually charged at sanato
Hums, with a guarantee that the ex
pense will be nothing unless a cure is
gained. Mail orders filled.
Orrine Is for sale by the Harper
Always Keeps Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in His House.
"We would not be without Chamber-
Iain's Cough Remedy. It Is kept on
hand continually in our home," says
W. W. Kearney, editor of the Indepen
dent, Lowry City, Mo. That is jn
what, every family should do. When
kept at hand ready for instnat use,
cold may be checked at the outset an
cured in much less time than after it
"as become settled in the system
This remedy is also without a peer
for croup in children, and will prevent
the attack when given as soon a3 the
child becomes hoarse, or even after
the croupy cough appears, which can
only bei done when the remedy is kept
at hand. For sale by all leading druf
AM U SE M K NTS .
"Auction chai-ib klin.Kinutacoi-ipaim-'
Tuesday, April 2.
"Cyclonic S'locess S.mtb and North.
Hy Thomas Iiixon. Jr.
From His Two famous Novels. "TJi'
Leopard's Pp-its" and "The -binsMian."
Sl'Kll ll.l.Y SEI.EITI-tll CST
Of 40 Principal. Small Army ( Super
numeraries, and a Troop i.f e'uval
ry. Horses, Carloads of Scen
ery, Morli.micril and Klec
ntrrrtlon f (ieorice II. Ilrrnnnn.
ANOTHER ALL-STAR BILL.
Week Commencing Monday, Matinee, March 25.
Tin: e.iu:T saii:i.i. M..d-
ctri .Ani''iu-;iii 1 li-ivuli-s. in in.n
vliiiis iViits cf si ri-ni I !i : lli i.,:;v
l ival of K;uii.v; ImMs rt-ci.rtl
Vfi:bl (.7i . minis ) :is 1 1 . 1 i : i it
i o ; i s t . 1 1
tn- mi'.y in
its kind in Am
it : i ic;i 1
stkmm am i. ;it;r.
"Tin- .Musical Nuts."
KVIi: UOI'K KINe: Singing
:inl luneint? I'limolit'iiiiH.
Mv. WK ltU llIIOS WKV
Sinus "Tni-re Is N i Hit' to Ctr
It.r I's X.iw." illustiMt" .1.
1 Hi: I 111 srtl.si'HI'K Lat.-st
Tonight nml SiiiiiIm.v 'I'lir Present Program.
Indies, don't you forget tlio l"rco Souvenir Matinees, Tuesday and Fri
day. I'ltlDW Amateur's tiiulit. Amateurs nrf requested to leave their
nams :it the Im.x oMice Anvtoie t-.-in c-timitete fur prizes.
'IIIIIKK snows Monday. Tti' stl.iy. Weilnesiltiy. Thursday nnl Frl
tlay a : l.i in. .his. :: ; evening. 7 4".. Four Slmws Sunday and Satur
day alien its. 2:4". evenings. :4". ! 1 .
AliiiiMMin. lOc; rewrifd KentM. im. Program i-hnnicoii rvrry wrrk.
-."tl cents tt $1.
OlHtCTIOPI CnAMHt "IIN.KINUT COriPANV
Sunday, March 31.
Mnltnre nml Mr lit.
R. Wee I'resrnts Hie Pcaulifnl Pas
LARGE RESOURCES AND SURE RETURNS
No prospoctin! ami lienor, no speculation.
Supply not equal to demand and hencu
tcek olfeitid foi
to cash laiycrs.
iven. Make your savings work
you well to investigate.
A limited amount of
salt; at a special discount
(iood references can le
THE VILLAGE PARSON
OrlKinal New York Production. Spi
Sci'tury, 1 :i.iliorate Costumes.
PRICKS Matinee, liic and 2".c; night
2."n', .TTif ami ".lie. Phone west i'L'4.
'all at illice' r :u llre-
BENGSTON BLOCK, THIRD FLOOR
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
THREE SHOWS DAILY !
3 P. M. 8 P. M. 9:15 P. M.
SPECIAI Entire change of program
twice a week Mondays and Thursdays.
II. E. CASTEEL,
U D. MUDGE.
II. B. SIMMON,
TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
KOCK ISLAND, ILU
Any Seat ....
INCORPORATED U.NDER STATE LAW.
Capital idorh., flOei.noO. Four IVr Out lalrrral Paid a DrpMalta.
II. D. Mack. II. II. Cleavelaod.
DeWltt'8 Carboliaed Witch Hazel
Salve undoubtedly the best relief for
tawed Bulldinjj Stone, Ashlar
and Trimming a Specialty.
for cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
tone does not wash or color
the wall with alkali, etc. Plans
sent us for estimate will re
ceive careful attention and b.
returned at our expense.
v Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. 5 and 10 will
stop and let visitors oC and on.
Bridge, Moae, Cora Crlk Black
Foaadatlaai Staaa, mmf alaa
Samples of stone and photos
of buildings can be seen at
Room 12, Mltctell ft Lymde
ArfTHUR BURR ALL, Manager
' Rock Island or Colons; lit.
. .1. Iirkln,
J. J. iAVelle,
II. E. Casleel,
L. D. Mudge,
M. S. lieagy,
H. It. Simmon,
Mary K. Itobinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
II. W. Tremaan,
Kstatea and rroperty of all kiti.l are managed hy this department,
which Is ke.t entirely f.e,ir.ile from the l:inkini; litiKiness of the rom
pnny. We aet as executor of and trustees under Wills, Administrator,
Uuurdian and (.'onscrvalur of Kst:i"s.
Kpcniver ami Ansim"? of Insolvent Kstaten. General Ftnauclal
Agent for Xon-Kesidt-nta. Women Invalids, and others.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Unoer the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Pale" on De
posits. Money Loaned on P ersonal Collateral or Real Ssute eearlta.
Pfcll MttcheM, Preeideat
H. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greens ML Cashier.
Began the business July ?. 1K70,
and occupies S. E. corner of Mlc4
ell & Lynde building.
R. R. Cable,
William H. Dart.
E. W. Hurst.
H. 8. Caale.
Bolicltors Jackaon aV Rarei.
j piles. Sold by all druggista.