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THE ARGUS, THURSDAYS NOVEMBER 28, 1007.
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SIFT THE CHARGES
Iowa Military Authorities Wit
Try Capt. Kulp on One
BASED ON FIRST TELEGHAN
Defendant Will Have Little Oppor
tunity Company B May Disband
if Found Guilty.
Word from Des Moines is to th
effect that all charges against Captah
Kulp of Company B of Davenport fo
alleged failure to execute the govern
or's orders and prevent the prize figh
in Davenport one week ago will bi
limited in scope. Failure id obey tlu
orders contained in the first of thre.
telegrams sent the captain will be ths
ground of action. The two later mes
sages, it is said, the. captain did no
receive. The date of the court martia
has been postor.ed one week and wil
be held Dec. 10 at Des Moines.
Hail No DiMCTctlon.
The defendant, it is said, will not bt
allowed to introduce evidence as tc
whether the contest was a prize figh
or a boxing contest within the pale o
the law, the governor holding he had
no discretion in the matter. The mem
bers of Company 15 are standing bad'
of Captain Kulp and it is rumored the
command is ready to resign in case.
any penalty is visited upon their com
(Sixteenth street and Second avenue.)
Nov. 2S Klaw - Krlnncer vaudeville,
Nov. 9 Walker Whiteside.
Nov. 30 "I'nliitliiK the Town," mat-
Dec. 1 "W liat Happened to June",'
Ili-r. 2 "Kant Lyone."
Dee. 4 llowe'n 1'Knrfn.
Dee. 5 Ktlicl- Fuller, la "Anna Kar
Dee. S'The Girl Over There,"' mnt-
Dee. 1 1 "The Girl from the Sunny
Dee. 12 Mark lluinWoiirj;.
Dee. 13 Constance Crowley, In "Iled-
Iee. 1 I I.oiiIm J:i . matinee.
Dee. 15 "We Are Kinic,' matinee.
Dee. lO DeWolf Hopper, in "llappr
land." Dee. IS Mn llopkinn (Hoar Melville).
Dee. 22 "Flower of the llnncti," mat
inee. Dee. 2T Mildred Holland, In "A I'ar
ndine of Urn,' matinee.
Dec. 2 'Man of the Hour."
Dec. 2U lliekman - llen.tcy Company,
(Eighteenth street, north of Second
Vaudeville at 3, 8 and 0:15 p. m. Tiro
matinees Sundays and holidays.
(Second avenue, east of Nineteenth
Vaudeville at 3. 8 and 0:15 p. m. Twn
matlseen Sundays and holidays.
"W'nat Happened to Jones." Nota
ble among the recent revivals of the
comedies is that of "What Happened
to .Tones," George H. Broadhurst'
farce comedy, which will be the at
traction at the Illinois Sunday, Dec. 1,
To our many customers for
tlie largest season's business we
have ever enjoyed. It is our
hope we have served them so
well, that they arc thankful they
are doinjj business with us, and
If we have had a small part in
contributing to their prosperity
v we are much pleased.
ILLINOIS THEATER BUILDING.
natlne and night. John V. Dugan,
vho played leading supports in Charles
'rohman's companies tor five years,
leads the strong company of cometli-
MARK IJAMBOURG. RUSSIAN PI
ANIST, WHO C'Ofl ES TO THE
ILLINOIS DEC. 12.
ins who ate presenting the lively eom
dy, and the crowded audiences who
ire being regaled nightly with the en
crtainment of fun given by these
4' ' f
TO BK SEEN AT THE ILLINOIS SATURDAY IN 'TAINTING THE
comedy artists have voted it an instant
success. The play abounds in brisk
and witty dialogue and tlie story bads
itself into almost limlt'ess opportuni
ties for amusing situations and com
plicated tntanslemeuts and explana
Noted Pianist Here Mark Ham-
bourg, the noted Russian pianist, who
will give a recital at the Illinois thea
ter Dec. 12, is a Russian by birth and
an Englishman by adoption, while his
wife is Scotch. The latter is an ac-
WALKER WHITESIDE, AT THE IL
- LINOIS TOMORROW IN "THE
- CLAIM OF. BLOOD."
- . .--
complishefl violinist and accompanies
her husband on his tours..
Walker Whitwide. The hosts of ad-
' k in
WILTON? LOSES TO
Y.M.C. A. PLAYER
Rock Island Team Takes Basketball
Game from Crescents by Score
of 61 to 32.
The Rock Island Y. M. C. A. basket
ball team won over the Wilton Ores
cents at Wilton, Iowa, last evening
with little difficulty, the score being
CI to 32. The Rock Island five wai
much faster than its opponents.
The teams lined up as follows:
Rock Island Crescents
Driggs, captaiii. . .rg O. Kisor
Ficken ..lg Killior
Jensen c Schafni'.
Streckfus .rf Whitmor
Jahns .....If S. Riser
Field baskets by Rock Island. team:
Jahns, 5; Streckfus, 5; Jensen, 4:
Driggs, 4; Ficken, 7. Foul baskets,
by Ficken, 7.
Director Harry Franks of this' city
was referee and Atwill of Wilton urn
pire. This evening the Rock Island
team will play Wilton high school.
mirers which Mr. Whiteside possesses
throughout the country are fast learn
ing that his new play "The Claim of
j Blood" bids fair to surpass all its con
temporaries in public favor. Lie'.iler
Co. are rapidly making Mr. White
side one of the most sought after of
audience drawing stars. It will giv
much pleasure to the theatergoers of
this city to learn that Mr. Whitesid
will be seen in his delightful dn.tna
at the Illinois tomorrow night. M
Whiteside has found the play has
charmed the public as hut few of re
cent stage offerings have done.
Has Humon Note. "East Lynne
will be presented at the Illinois Mon
day, Dec. 2, by Joseph King's excellen
company. The American public toda
finds greatest, delight in the dram
that has a big human note, that deal
with elemental passions and sorrows,
and that tells a gripping vital story.
It is a rare relish. You know East
Lynne" contains these elements. . How
often have you said, "I would like to
sec it played by a good company."
Charles H. Yale's "Painting the
Town." The management of the Illi
nois announce for one night and mat
inee, Charles H. Yale's "Painting the
Town," with John Leonard and
Will Halliday.'the two very funny co
medians and Mazie King, queen' of
dancers, as the two chief features.
Miss King will be seen in "Utopia."
or "The Land of'Fancy," which is said
to be a $2,000 feature act and for
which the vaudeville syndicates bid
all kinds of money for, but which the
Charles H.v Yale Amusement company
have seen fit to retain with Charles
H. Yale's "Painting the Town," and
for the exclusive benefit of Us pa
trons, they having utterly failed to
see an act that was any where near
its worth to them. John F. Leonard
and Will Halliday. the two fun cre
ators, are also retained. Madeline
Buckley and Lillian Herndon were spe
cially engaged for their respective
roles. There is a plot but what is
the use of alluding to its connection
with a production whose aim is to
make the people laugh and gaze in
wonderment. It merely serves to hang
the thread for scenic, musical cr.d
other entertaining events. Ask some
body who has seen it and then come
Vaudeville at the Illinois. Golfs Eu
ropean Novelty company, which, car
w " f
ies many good vaudeville leatures, is
it the Illinois tonight.
E SAY OF 12-YEAR-OLD
BOY SECURED HONORS
V 1 1 '
Leland Townsan Wrote About Thanks
giving in Competition with Other
The following, was written by a 12-
ear-old boy, Leland Townsan, who
was awarded first honors in an essay
ontest of the Twentieth Century
Hustlers, of the First Baptist church,
he subject being "Thanksgiving:"
On a cold day in December, 1C20, a
band of pilgrims landed at Plymouth,
Mass. They suffered great hardships
Juring the first winter; by spring they
had made peace with the Indians, who
aught them how to plant their seeds
and grain. After the first harvest at
Plymouth, Governor Bradford made
pecial preparations for a rejoicing, to
gether with prayer and praise, on Dec
13, 1G21." This was not only to be a
ime for worship, but a day of thanks
giving for the rich harvest, and for
he abundance of game.
From that time until the revolution
the appointment of Thanksgiving were
at various seasons of the year, and for
special reasons, particulaily for the
arrival of provisions and colonists, but
later were generally for the harvests
and usually in the autumn or early
During the revolution a day of
thanksgiving was annually recom
mended by congress. Since' 1SG5 the
president has appointed a day of
thanksgiving, falling usually on the
ast Thursday in November, and his
proclamation is generally followed by
similar ones by the governors of dif
The most important of these procla
mations issued by presidents are those
dated, respectively, 17S9, 1S15, and
18G2. These were issued by George
Washington, James Madison, and Abra
ham Lincoln. Each one points to an
important period in the history of on
nation. The first bears upon the many
blessings which the nation enjoyed
The second refers to the peace estab'
lished with Great Britain following the
war of 1812. And the third an
acknowledgement for victories of the
army and navy of the United Slates
Little do we realize the contrast be
tween our Thanksgiving and that of
the colonists. When the Puritans as
sembled on Thanksgiving day, it meant
many weary hours in the cold, dreary
"meeting houses," where they sat in
reverent silence throughout the long
sermons and prayers.
Today, Thanksgiving service, as held
in various churches, is suggestive of
warmth, cheer, and comfort, and is
one of the principal social and home
festivals of the year.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS.
(Continued from Pape Two.)
The evening was spent with music
Miss Emily Boyle is expected home
from California the last of this week.
She has .been making an extended
Most of the farmers will finish pick
ing corn this week.
Mrs. Ben Halstead and Miss Winnie
Boyles were Rock Island visitors Sat
urday. Mrs. Edwin Steelman of Rock Is
land returned home Saturday after
spending a week at the home of C. B.
Mrs. C. B. Halstead and Mrs. Edwin
Steelman spent Thursday and Friday
of last week in New Boston.
Luther Packer and family of roar
Preemption visited at William Whis
BOX BALL GAMES PLAYED
Tournament Contests Held in the Y.
M. C. A. Gymnasium.
Several games in the boxball tourna
ment were played last evening at the
Y. M. C. A. Gedhart aijd Barker won
from Wood and Shinstrom, 1C5 to 144;
Bodell and Smith won from Hoffman
and Klochau, 171 to 154; Parks and
Miller won from Wood and Shinstrom
161 to 157.
About 15 boys of the Y. M. C. A.
left the association building at 9:30
on the cross country run, headed to
ward Rock river. As few jarticipated
in the run both seniors and juniors
united in one team, with Forrest
Woods as captain.
THE POWER OF STEAM.
Many May See But It Takes Genius to
When James Watt saw the steam
causing the kettle lid to jump up and
down he said "There must be power
in that steam that it can lift such a
Millions prior to him had seen the
same phenomenon and regarded it as
an unexplained mystery. x
Recent scientific research has put
its finger on the "cause" of dandruff,
falling hair and consequent baldness,
and has unearthed a tiny germ which
eats the life from the roots of human
Newbro's Ilerpicide destroys this
germ and consequently restores the
hair to its natural state.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10
cents in stamps for sample to The
Herpicide company. Detroit, - Mich.
Two sizes, 50 cents and $1." T. H.
Thomas, special agent.
The postmaster of Gasconado, Mo.,
Daniel A. Bugh, says: "I cannot say too
much for your Kidney and Bladder PI1U
I feel like a new man." DeWftfs Kid
nev and Bladder Pills are sold by all
I druggists. 1
Three Up -to -Date Markets,
311 Twentieth Street. .
1006 Third ave. 3802 Fourteenth Ave.
THE QUESTION ARISES WHERE TO GET THE BEST POULTRY
AT THE LOWEST PRICES. WE ARE PREPARED TO FILL
YOUR WANTS IN THIS RESPECT WITH PRICES AS LOW AS
THE LOWEST. NOTE THE FOLLOWING BARGAINS: ""
t . ',
Fresh Dressed Turkeys, per lb 207
Fresh Dressed Geese, per lb 14j "
r ' Fresh Dressed Ducks, per lb 14c
Fresh Dressed Spring Chickens, per lb..." 14J
All our poultry is drawn.
. Last year's chickens 13F
YOUR FOR CASH,
A Methodist Minister Recommends
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
We have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in our home for seven years,
and it has always proved to be a re
liable remedy. We have found that it
would do more than the manufacturers
claim for it. It is especially good for
croup and whooping cough,
Rev. James A. Lewli,
Fastor Milaca, Minn.,M. E. Church.
Chamberlain's Cough remedy is Eold
by all druggists.
DlRlCXION CttAMBlKUN.KlNOT ACOMPANV.
Saturday, Nov. 30.
Mnlinrc anal !iKli(.
Charles 1 1. Yale Presents the JUmiiiihuUi
Musical Spectacle the. I'est
PAINTING THE TOWN
V lienuiii" Siarprliw.
A Novelty irrm tlie IVise of tlie Cur
tain Js Hriglit, Clean and
IIAl.I.IDAY AM) till).
tlir Kit liny Comedians, nnd MazU Kinif
n "l oin."
THICKS Matinee. 2.'.e and 50c; evon-
infl. 2..e. 5e, "rc and $1.
Seat sale at theater. Thursday. Nov.
2S. l'liono west "2i.
Monday, Dec. 2.
Willi (iertruile Anion.
A Play That Will I.ivo Forever A
Story nt a Woman's V roups.
It Touches the Hearts of All Without
. Question the, (ireatest Kmulioiiiil '
Drama of tho Present
PltlCKSKvcninK. 10c, 20c, 30c and
50o. Seat sale at theater Saturday,
Nov. 30. Phono west 224.
A lady's and gentleman's silk
umbrella will be given away.
JOHN VOLK & CO.
Manufacturers of Satb, Doom,
Blinds and Stairs. Interior Fin
ish of All Kinds. Hardwood Ve
neer Flooring, and DEALERS
311 AND 32t
ROCK 1 8 LAND, ILL,
rioeli Bobosta, 4 Or.
White Sioa . ... 4 6n,
Show lhl$ fo your doctor and e KicuIL-oot !
him if he know anything be
for ctHifhi, colds, bronchitis.
i t o w hiva
Special Thanksgiving Attraction.
Matinee nod Mfeht.
Thursday, Nov. 28.
Goff's European Nov
Advanced Vaudeville Between Acts.
Aflrrnwin at Z:.H -
- Ilveninic nt N:lo
Matinee. Hie anil SOe; evening 10c 20o
Seat sale at theater. Thone west 224.
OlftlCTION CHAMBERUN.KlNOT ACOPlAJ
Friday, Nov. 29.
Sale it Nenln Ilelon rdnemliiy,
(I.iebler & Co., Managers.)
Anil a Company of Kxeeptlonal StrraKth
ia the New Moilrrn I'lay,
"The Claim of Blood"
THE CAST 1NCL.CDES
Herbert Sears. Leslie Kenyon. Hutwrt
Wilkie. Louis Urisel. -Martha Young.
Nora Lanisen, Clara Blandeck.
Tlie Kntire Sernle Production Carried
I'KICKS $1.50, $1.00, 7uc, 50c and
ymicTiow CtAnRRUN.KiNeTComN. ,
Sunday, Dec. 1.
Mnt lore anil Night.
The ICveigreen I'aree Comedy,
What Happened to Jones
ly George 1. I'.roadhiirst, Author of
"Man of the Hour," Etc, Etc.
Krnlete with anil Appropriate
Server), nml tlir llrst Company
Kvrr Seen in the
I'KICKS Matinee, 25c and ".0e; even
ing, 2."ic, r0e and 75c.
OppoMlte Spencer Sqnare.
Last Half of Week Nov. 25.
( i:HTt Hi: Jolin Stoner's Or
chestra. I.IMJSAVS IIOU AMD MOKKV
I1R V.-t;oi..MV Player.
TUB VAtit;KS Novelty l?ag.
CORA. V. SAI.1SIHKY I'iano
II Altl.KS Kl II A V Illustrating
the Moon lias His Eyes on You."
THE OPTOSCOPB Showing
Latest Moving Pictures.
Matinee daily at S p. m.
Any seati lOe. aQveninga.
8 and 9:lS. few reserved
seats, 20e; all others
v - - cospij:tb roJtuiA. ....
N0n-Alc.0h.0li2 Cherry Pectoral
EacnnuM Quaes Bepromita
... a Ora.
Sia Tnrn.n .... n
Citric fold a On.
TvrpiaHTdnt . 1 Or.
Rroln . . . . . 1-6 Or.
.... a Or.
no Hmk wa mbluB.
C. Ayar Co.
of all our Bodistnoa.