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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. APRIL 20, 1907.
At the Theater.
BOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
April 14-20 Chase-Lister company.
April 21 "The Umpire," matinee.
April 23 Villa de Chantal Entertain
April 26 Otis Skinner..
April 28 "Slaves of the Orient,"
May 4 denman .Theatrical company.
May 5 "The Midnight Flyer," mat
inee. May 11 Howe's Pictures, matinee
May 16 "The Convict's Daughter."
May 18 "The Lion and the Mouse."
AT THE GRAND.
April 21 "Charley's Aunt."
Have Been Carefully Drilled. Those
who take part in the entertainment. Si
be given at the Illinois next Tuesday
evening by the pupils of the Villa -le
ing as great a hit as it was when first
produced in this country. Eticnne Gi
ranlot is again seen as the supposi
tious aunt and the splendid stage set
tings provided by the management
contribute much to the production. Mr.
Girardot's impersonation of Charley's
aunt provokes laughter that is mildlv
described by the term uproarious. Few
actors have shown the ability to euaet
a feminine role in such a manner as to
avoid even the slightest suggestion of
vulgarity, yet this is what Mr. Girar
dot does. "Charley's Aunt," with Mr.
Girardot, will undoubtedly be warm y
welcomed at the Grand opera houso
Davenport, Sunday, April 21.
Closing Bill Tonight. Tonight at the
Illinois will be seOn for the first time
in Rock Island the much talked of
play, "The Itiackhawk Mine," from
the prolific pen of Charles F. Harrison
Chantal have been carefully drilled one of the brightest and most succes
and Indications are the program will ful playwrights. This play has been
move along as smoothly as though the received with marked favor in Detroit,
west quarter section 35, 18, 2w, old
town. Rock Island, $50.
William R. Moore, and others, to L.
S. McCabe, lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, (, 7, 8, 9,
10, 11, 12. i::, 14 and 15, block H; lots
10. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 10, 17 and 18, in
block K; also lots 4, 5, 6. 7, 8, 9, 10 and
west HO feet of lot :5 and west 20 feet
lot 11. block C, Edgewood Park, Rock
Getting the First Thousand Dollars and
What It Teaches.
"Get the first $1,000. After that mon
ey making is easy." This is the old
time sago advice of the hard beaded,
self made man. Thiit axiom lias sot
many men to saving. They fix upon
that sum as the glittering, faroff her
ald of a fortune some time to be mode.
To a man on a small salary a salary,
say, out of which something can be '
paved weekly without too much deprl-1
vation the advice i good. There-is
OBSERVE THE DAY
Is Advice of State Superintend
ent Blair to Public School
ON COUNTRY'S BIRTHDAY
Designates May 13 as Anniversary of
Founding of Jamestown by
Slate Superintendent of Public In
struct ion F. G. Blair has issued a boo ;
let, urging i lie pupils of the public
schools to celebrate the :!Httli birthday
anniversary of the country. The gov-
something in it that acts as a stimulus pernor nas issued a proclamation uesm
to economy. And who will deny that nating May 11! as Jamestown day am!
economy is a good thing or that any !llrgjllg that the historv of the import
truth th.1t lights the way to it should of - (l)e
not be known? , . . , . ,
.. , , , ,, nient of Jamestown, be impressed up
Mnnv men. therefore, have, been
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The Grandest Sholving of Women 9s
Cloth and Silk Coats in the Tri-Cities
All wanted styles no limit tovarlety. Comparison proves this the (in est display in the trl-cltie.
Cireatest Jn numbers. Broadest in diversity of styles, and our prices are much lower than equal
garments ar sold for anywhere telse. Take for Instance the block Broadcloth and Dublin Twist
Covert Tight .Fitting Jacket. Satin lined, that we sell at $5.00 Loose fitting box Jacket,
unlined, at tile MVine price.
Taffeta Eton Jacket,
trimmed with black
and white Soutache
braid. good satin
lining: ........ $5.00
(Ask to see Style
Style Xo. 1516 is an
value in an em
broidered silk eton.
made of a good
grade of taffeta and
satin lined at $8.98
We show probably 50
different styles in
silk etons. ranging in
price from $5 up to
Taffeta Silk Poneyette. Jacket Fitted front
and back, made of good grade taffpta . trim
med with stitched straps and silk braid. Ask
to see style 582 at $.9H
This Is only one of 75 styles that we have
on display in this popular style of spring
wrap. They come In a large range of de
signs In trimmings. The plain tailor stitched
braid trimmed and embroidered. Prices range
from $9.98 to $18.98.
50 In. long Silk Coat
good quality Taffeta,
cut very full. Largo
silk embroidered col
lar. (Ask to see style
No. 1123). $11.98.
Style 1603 Silk Coat,
has been greatly ad
mired. It is a 60-in.
full loose fitting coat,
Gibson shoulder ef
fect, trimmed with
rows of wide silk
Prices on long silk
coats start at $8.98
and from that up to
$27.50. Some very
good values at $8.98
Our showing of black cloth coats Is the
greatest in variety we have ever made in
styles. We show the tight fitting, semi-fitted.
Gibson effects, loose fitting box, Pon
eyettes, cutaways. Materials are Broad
cloths, cheviots, serges. venicians. Prices
start at $5.00 and at all intermediate prices
up to $19.98.
STYLISH COVERT CLOTH COATS
Mwavs st'.!sh and always fashionable, the coat of Covert Cloth 's one o? the most satisfactory
Spring Wraps one can buy. We have them in all the newest effects, all smartly designed and
finely tarred at Prices like tins:
Pox Covert Cloth Coats at $5.00 up to SI 1.98
Fitted Covert ("loth Coats at $5.00 up to $12.98
Tight fitting Covert Cloth Jacket at $.9S un to $19.98
At every price we show an unequaled value.
THE NEWEST MIXTURE COATS
These come in nobby Box and Tight Fitting effects, made of Checks, Stripes and Mixtures in all
the new shadings. Prices range from $5 to $6.98 up to $11.98
Whatever vour wants may be in the line of Wraps, you'll find no trouble to be suited here. We
have what vou waat. Right in style, material, workmanship and price.
The 3ee Hibe
114-116 IV. 2nd St.
The home of good values
In Women's. childrer.s
and infants' wearing apparel.
FOOTBALL GIRLS IN "THE UMPIRE" AT THE ILLINOIS TOMORROW.
actors were professionals under the Toledo, Cincinnati and other larg
direction of some successful manager. ' cities, and is one of the few prod tie
Music, comedy and fancy dancing will tions of its kind which have proved
be included in the numbers. (the dramatic successes of the season.
It appeals to the heart of every ma i.
Otis Skinner Coming. Oiis Skin
ner's annual engagement at the 1 1 1 i-
woman and child. It is a story that
deals with life itself, full of heart in-
nois Friday, April will lie signalize 1 1 terest and pathos, with an abundance
in a noteworthy way by his first ap-'of comedy, new, original and meri?.
pearance here in the famous Parisian able.
success, "The Duel," which after a run!
of 200 nights in the French capital was
adapted for tlte American stage an 1
produced with unbounded success in
New York. "The Duel" conies from
the pen of Henri Lavedan. a dramatist
of genius, and one of the foremost nrni
of letters in France today. The dom-
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE.
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OTIS SKINNER, AT THE ILLINOIS
Inant character in the play provides
Mr. Skinner with the best opportunity
for masterly characterization that this
fine artist has ever had. As usual he
comes supported by a superior organ
ization of associate players. Ixc:tl
playgoers may anticipate an artistic
production of "The Duel" such as tho
modern stage seldom affords.
1 Great a Hit As Ever. The revival of
".Charley's Aunt" is reported tobeprov-
Judge R. V. Olmsted presiding.
Estate of Maria Charlotte Larson.
It appearing to the court that Charles
O. Erickson, one of the subscribing
witnesses to the will of the deceased
resides at Rosalia, Wash., ordered
t hat dedimas issued to V. O. Palmer,
a notary public residing at Roralia,
Wash., to take deposition of said
Charles O. Erickson.
Estate of F. W. Uhrus. Claim of
United States Fidelity & Guaranty
company examined and allowed at
$11". 05 inclusive.
Estate of Laura Wixon. Petition to
sell personal property at private sa'.e
filed and approved.
Real Estate Transfers.
Harriet A. Meyers, and others, to
George Glockhoff. lot 7. block 10, old
town Rock Island, northwest quarter
section 35, IS, 2w, $2,600.
William Schuck to John F. Butzer
lot 5, block 2, HiUsdale, $475.
George E. Armagost to William Car
others, west half, northeast quarterland
southeast quarter of northeast quarter
section 11. 16, Sw, 7,000.
Mary Phillipp to Amelia Klotzbach,
out lot 67. southwest quarter section 35
IS, 2w, $1,250. .
W. I Eiteman to Charles H. War
wick, lot 1, block F, Edgewood -Park
. Iriit Ion, Rock Island, $1,000.
First Baptist church to Edgewood
Baptist church, lot 16, block 3,-Sinnet's
addition. Rock Island, $1.
Joshua Dillon to Mary Jane Dillon,
lot 3, Brooks' Fifth addition, Rock Is
Nellie C. Bliven to William Meyer,
part east half, northwest quarter, and
part north half, southwest quarter, part
west half, northwest quarter, section
21, 16, aw, $11,000.
Harriet . A. Meyers, and others, to
George Glockhoff, lot 7, block 10, north-
r.oy;vl up In their economies by'tiie
-eli f that the first $ 1.MM is the hard
vt t get and that afterward ail the
rest would be easy and tilt g-xxl things
f the world that follow a bounteous
.supply of money would be within easy
teach. It is a pity that the man who
inveuted that saying could not also
have told us with equal advantage how
to turn the $1,000 over and make two
of it. It takes a long time to make a
wage earner see. that "coney works."
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ing $11,000 for it and will erect a vau-S
deville house upon it. Mr. Sodini con
ducts houses in Moliue, Davenport
and other cities.
All the news all the time THE
FRED MACE, "AS THE UMPIRE AT
THE ILLINOIS TOMORROW.
ins idea" of " making money' is to work
for it himself. It never occurs to him
that money works much easier than he
can and without any of the hardships
he himself experiences that is to say,
untn he has got the first $1,000. That
usually makes a young man feel like a
financier, and he talks wisely of In
vestments. Denver Republican.
This salve Is intended especially for
sore nipples, burns, frost bites, chap
ped hands, itching piles, chronic sore
eyes, granulated eye lids, old chronic
sores and for diseases of the skin, su;h
at tetter, salt rheum, ring worm, scald
head, herpes, barbers' Itch, scabies or
Itch and eczema. It has met with un
paralleled success In the treatment
of these diseases. Price 25 cents per
box. Try It.- For sale by all leading
on Hie minds of the children.
Superintendent Blair's letter is
"To the Children of the Public Schools:
"My Dear Friends Monday. May 1 1
will have a great deal of meaning fo:
us all. On that day I think we should
all stop our school work for a lit tie
while to think about what the day
IIimI In Mori. I.
"We live in the best land in all the
world. Nowhere else do children havt
so good it chance to grow up to Ik:
useful men and women. Nowhere else
do grown folks have so good a chance
to make a living for themselves and
for their children. In no country ar
there so many happy people and so
few unhappy ones as in our country
The child of the poorest in the conn
try may become the richest man. The
child of the most unlearned may ba-
come the wisest, and all may become
good men and women. We ought to
be glad that we live here anil learn to
love those who made this good country
"We are glad when our birthday
conies; for then those who love us
stop to think how glad they are that
we were born. Mother bakes a cake
and places on it as many bright, shin
ing candles as the glad years we have
lived. The others make us presents
and wish us many more happy birth
days. When mother's birthday comes,
how her dear face shines in the light
of the many, many candles. How we
love her when she tells us of the years
she has lived and how happy she is tj
have her children about her.
Junt :tOO Trnrx Old.
?May 13, 1907, 'will be the birthday
of "pyr country, our mother indeed.
SheKwill then be just three hundred
years old. That seems very old. A
persoh who had lived that many years
would ''.be old and feeble indeed. . But
our country is still young and beauti
ful. I fet us stop our work a little
while end learn of the place of her
birth, tie struggles of, her youth and
how muh she has done for us.
"On May 13 I shall think of the
many thousands of children in the
schools of Illinois happy in the, celebra
tion of tiie birthday of their mother
country." ' ' . '
Sunday, April 21.
They Are Found In Every Part
Many citizens of Rock Island have
good reason to be thankful for burdens
lifted from aching backs, which they
bore patiently for years. Scores tell
about their experience publicly. Here's
a case of it :
Albert Littig of 1('2S Seventh avenue,
bricklayer and stonemason, says: "I
was taken with a soreness across my
back, and it was further aggravated
by the nature of my work, as I have
to lie so much in a stooping position.
I saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised,
and they were also recommended to
tne by a neighbor, so I sent for a box
and began taking them. I was really
surprised to see how quickly they cur
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn company, Buf
falo, N. Y.t sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
To Owners of Horses
When you are In need of hay.
straw, oats or corn, 1ft me select
a piHHi load anl send it to your
residence or place of business.
My fee for this service is 25 cents
Having farmed for a number of
years. I can select Rood, sound
feed for those who favor me witli
an order. And. beinr well posted
in renard to prices, I can buy at
the lowest market rates, thereby
saving you more than the small
amount 1 charge.
Orders left with me on Market
square, or at H. Luchniann's, No.
217 Seventeenth street, will re
ceive prompt and careful atten
tion. WM. NEPKA,
Bayer on Market Sqnnrr, Itoek In
land. Old I'hone West 767-X,
Mnlinrc and lnhl.
Si-i-i; 1 Ueturu lusraRein'iit of
A Joyous Gem of Melody and LaiiRliter.
Same All-Star Company and Ucvy
of Radiant Heauties. headed by the
Illimitable and Funny
Wli'i is Still Calling Halls ami Strikes
on the ItiKSest Musical Sm-eess
of the Year.
PRICKS Matinee. 2."ie, r.Oc and T.".e;
uiKlit. 2.",e, 50c, 7."c and $1.M'J. I'hone
For One W eek, Beginning;
Will Build House in Muscatine.
J. C..So';nI, who has leased tha
Crystal theser in this city, has bought
a site for a Iheater in Muscatine, pay-
Sunday, April 21.
Wilfrid North Presents
In His Original Part i" t lie tireatest of
With an I'nexcelleii Supporting Com
pany; I'RICKS 2,"c. .Ulc, 7.V. $1.00 and $15(.
Scat sale Friday at Klenze's drug store.
111 West Second street, Davenport.
J ranw.gcrtnan Rina
CIRCS RtieUMATIM. NEIAM.OIA. SCIA
TICA. AND KINDeCD DISeAtEA.
Money Refunded If It fulls.
For sale only by
J. RAMSER, Jeweler and Optician,
Oposite Harper House.
Sunday, April 14,
Mnllnre Sunday. 1Kb, nnd Saturday, 201b
The Chase-Lister Co.
In a Repertoire of New Tlays High
Class Vaudeville and Specialties
between Acts, including the
DE ORMONO SISTERS.
PRICKS Matinee. 10c and 20c: night.
10c. 2Hc and SOc. Ladies free Monday
night, accompanied by c.ic paid admis
sion. I'hone west 224.
Kreet l-'ree! KreeJ A beautiful dia
mond ring given away liy the Chase
Lisler company at the Illinois theater to
a member of the audience. The ring
is on display in the window of J. Ram
ser'w jewelry store.
DICTION CHAnitRUN.KlNDT COHPAMV.
Tuesday Evening, April 23.
An Kvening with the Pupils of the Villa
de Chantal ami Other Attractive
Features, by the Rest Tal
ent in the Three Cit
ies. MUSIC, SONG, AND FANCY DANC
ING. MASTER NKWMAX J OSES,
The Boy Soprano.
Character Song by a Little Cincinnati
Comedy Sketch by Tri-City Young Peo
ple. Admission: r0 cents; children under
14 years. 2j cents.
Seat sale at Harper House pharmacy.
THREE SHOWS DAILY
3 P.M. 8 P. M. 9:15 P. M.
SPECIAL Entire change of program
twice a week Mondays Bad Thurs
days., ,. -
;High Class .
Any Seat . . .
Week Commencing Monday, Matinee, April L'L'. The World's Greatest
Miss Eva Ray
Supported by Her Own Company.
;i:o;k HII.I.MW, German
MRS. )IAK lilt HA HUM ASKY
Sings New Illustrated Sons.
TIIE CIl VSTALSCOPE Shows
ArimlNNion. loet renerveil ienl.2tic. Pmsrnni elnre every week.