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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 26. 1908,
Very handy to carry with-you
wherever you go. Stops that
tickle. Put some under your pil
low tonight. lO centa.
BRONCHIAL LOZENGES. '
Especially adapter! for throat Irri
tations of speakers and singers.
No inconvenience to you If you
have some in your pocket.. 10
II. O. HOLFS,
THERE ARE TWO POINTS
about our tailoring we wish to
impress upon you. The first is
that in spite of the high charac
ter of our tailoring it doesn't
make a dent in your pocketbook
to have a suit mr.de here. The
second is that the long wear you
Bet out of garments we fashion
makes them really cheaper than
ordinary clothing. Think come
and be measured.
1812 Second Avenue.
'Towards feeling refreshed In hot
weather is In ordering our Ice
Cream or Ices.
Order early enough and we'll
pack it to suit. Bulk, brick
form, or for individual service.
Money cannot buy better or more .
delicious Ice Cream and Ices
than we are freezing today.
Deliveries prompt, prices right.
Try it at our store. Order for
1716 Second Ave. Both Phones.
Jonfctlonery and Fancy' Baktry
A marked degree of
prosperity is plainly evi
dent al)out every wcll
. dressed man. 'He ap
pears alert and force
ful produces a favor
able impression every
where. He not only
looks well-dressed he
feels so and it helps
him to command suc
cess. You can always be
'well-dressed if- you let
us make your clothes.
. B. ' Zimmer
&ks Building, 109 Eightcnth St
"We maJe vour father' Clothes. "
... . It is
y ; TH 11 one
B "t i JO reconstlPated Undigested material, waste
JLjt Cwi JBLr products, poisonous substances, must be j
, ''. - ,r 1. 1 daily
CSfEZ. SSI SZnZL be
PAli. Then follow hi, advic?. Aye.r's Pills aid nature.thatis all-c-atco..
DR.G.W. FOSS IS
TO GO TO INDIA
Augustana Professor Will Spend
a Year in the East in Inter
ests of Mission Work.
GIVEN LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Departs from City Tuesday Greetings
of Faculty are Extended to
the New Students.
Dr. C. W. Foss, professor of history
and economics at Aucustana coHeee. !
will leave Tuesday morning on a trip
to India and Persia in the interests of
the foreign mission board of the Luth
eran General Council of America. Dr.
Foss expected to make the trip a year
ago, but was prevented from doing so
on account of political disturbances in
the Asiatic countries he is to visit.
He will be accompanied on the trip
by his wife and niece, Miss Martha
Foss. Dr. Foss has been granted a
leave of absence of one year by the
college board of directors, and does)
not expect, to return home until the
middle of next August. He will not
only visit India and Persia, but will
take advantage of the opportunity of
fered to see the Holy Land, Egypt and
most of Europe.
Dr. Foss will sail from New York di
rect to Gibralter, thence by way of
Naples, Suez canal and the Red sea to
India. He. will remain in India until
February, arid will then visit Egypt,
Greece, Rome and the Holy Land be
fore going to Persia. He will finish
his work in the latter country about
the 1st of May, after which he will
visit most of the countries of central
and northern Europe.
The trip will be of inestimable value
to Dr. Foss, as it will give him an op
portunity of studying the countries of
ancient and mediaeval times. He has
taught at Augustana college for 23
years, and this is the first leave of ab
sence which he has taken in that time.
At the faculty reception last night Dr.
Andreen, president of the college,
spoke in appreciative words of Dr.
Foss' service to the college and wished
him God-speed on his journey.
(ireet New St mien Im.
Augustana's faculty extended its wel
come last night to the new college stu
dents. It was estimated that .more
than 500 students and friends of the in
stitution crowded the college dining
hall, in which the reception was held.
The members of the faculty and their
respective wives stood in line and re
ceived the guests as they arrived.
Despite the excessive heat and the
crowded condition "of the hall, there
was much genuine college enthusiasm
displayed, and all tne speakers were
vigorously applauded. Dr. C. E. Lind
berg, acting president, was master of
ceremonies, and introduced Dr. J. A.
Urtden as speaker of the evening. The
latter dwelt briefly on the work that
Augustana has been doing, its policy
in the past, and what it hopes to ac
complish in the future. In behalf of
the faculty he extended a cordial wel
come to both the students from other
parts of the country and those, living
in the tri-cities-.
Judge Gest Speak.
Dr. Gustav Andreen also made a few
remarks, emphasizing the welcome
which had already been extended to
the new students by Dr. Uddcn. Cir
cuit Judge Gest,;who was present, was
called on for an impromptu speech, and
responded in a few enthusiastic words
which evoked three cheers and a tiger
for him from the assembled students.
'."Augustana has always been a pleas
ant name in my mind, said he, an
institution of a worthy past and of
great expectations for the future.
There isn't a corps of professors in
any college or university in the coun
try better than that of Augustana. As
an institution it is growing not only
in its proportions on the hill, but in
its influence throughout the country
and always for good."
The musical part of the program con
sisted of two violin selections by Miss
Gertrude Housel and a song by a la
dies' quartet consisting of the Misses
Lillie Cervin, Signe Tclleen, Edith
Johnston and Lydia Huit. All were en
thusiastically received. Refreshments
were served at the conclusion of the
SiUTOUl GiVEN BRADFORD
Islanders Walk Over Amateurs, Score
7 to 0.
Bradford, 111., Sept. 20. (Argus Spc
cial.) Rock Island won from the
local team yesterday, 7 to 0. Christy
Wilson pitched and his brother, Hugo,
caught and their battery work was
the feature of the game. The Islanders
went to Atkinson where they are
playing today. -
BOXING MATCH ON TOMORROW
Moline Sports Promote Mill in Which
"Kid Mahoney" of Moline and "Kid
Fields" of Galesburg are scheduled .to
impossible, simply impossible, for any I
1 enjoy the best of health if the bowels
removed from the body or there will
trouble, and often serious trouble, too.
box 10 rounds somewhere in the vicin
ity of the three cities tomorrow. A
bunch of Moline sports are said to be
promoting the affair, which will be
preceded by a couple of good prelim
inaries. ' ,
CHICAGO AND NEW
YORK BOTH AHEAD
Former Defeats Brooklyn in First of
Double Header and Latter Does
:- Same to Cincinnati.
Brooklyn, Sept. 2fi. Chicago won
the first game of a double header from
Brooklyn this afternoon, 5 to 0. Tho
batteries were Wilhelin and Dunn for
Brooklyn and Rculbach and Kliug for
New York, Sept. 2C. New York won
the first game of a double header this
afternoon from Cincinnati. G to 2. the
batteries being Mathewson and Bres
nahan and Ewing and Schlel.
The races in both big leagues were
till more beautifully bunched yester
day as a result of the games played.
While Cincinnati was trouncing New
York twice on the latter's own grounds
Chicago was mauling Brooklyn and
as a result the Giants stand at .629
and the Cubs at .C28 in the percentage
table. Pittsburg won and lost and is
dangerous third. In the American
ONE OF THE NOVELLO FREE ACTS AT THE ROCK ISLAND EXPO
SITION ALL NEXT WEEK.
league while the Chicago "White Sox
were idle Cleveland lost and Detroit
whaled Philadelphia twice.
ON THE DIAMOND
52 . .G2J
New York .
. . .70
. . .70
Pittsburg . .
Cincinnati . .
Brooklyn . . .
St. Louis . . .
W . L. Pet.
Cleveland s:. 02 .572
Detroit ...St 01 .570
Chicago SI G2 .500
St. Louis 79 03 .550
Boston 09 73 .4S0
Philadelphia 03 75 .404
Washington 01 77 .412
New York 17 93 .335
Brooklyn, 1; Chicago, 5.
Boston, 21; Pittsburg. 10.
Cincinnati, 7 5; New York, 1
Philadclptiia, 11; St. Louis, 1.
Cleveland, 1; Washington, 0.
Detroit, 7 1; Philadelphia,
(second game 10 inrings). .
St. Iouls, 1; Boston, 3.
HUYCK BREAKS TVY0
RECORDS WITH CYCLE
Racer to Be Here for Exposition Sets
New Marks With His Machine
During This Week.
Fred Huyck of the Indian Motor
cycle company, who is to ride in the
five-mile motorcycle race at the Rock
Island exposition next week, during
die last week broke two world's records.
He rode 10 miles in 11 minutes, and
at another time made. one mile in 53
Seconds, both being new marks.
Commencing Monday, Sept. 28 Spe
cial Attractions Exposition Week.
Count Chllo is the first exponent of
mind reading and telepathy who act
ually transmits and conveys entire
thoughts from mind to mind, and "the
girl of mystery," the only woman in
the world up to date whose psychic
powers are so developed under the in
fiuence of Count Chllo that she is
actually able to read his thoughts and
the thoughts of the audience before
their thoughts , are truly framed in
their own ; mind.- She demonstrates
this by calling the various questions
which a large audience will ask with
speed and accuracy and answers them
correctly. Our catch words for the act
are "Ask Me." Count Chflo and "the
girl of mystery." Your thoughts re
vealed and answered they define your
thoughts. World's greatest exponents
of mind reading,' phychic transforma
tion of thoughts and mental wonders.
Shores Are Black With People
While Decorated Launches
Pass in Review.
CARSON'i BOAT IS WINNER
Island City Club Commodore Takes
Prize for Best Illumination- Elks
, Nearly 50,000 people lined the banks
cf the river last evening to witness
the fireworks and the launch parade
which closed the regatta of the DaV
enport carnival. The shores were
black with people who were crowded
on to every thing' which would hold
them. Sand barges and boats of all
kinds were pressed into service and
the steamer Helen Blair took out a
large number and anchored in the
middle of the river where a good view
of the fireworks could be had.
Ixliind City Boat Winn.
The launch parade was one of the
prettiest spectacles seen here in many
years. About 100 power boats were
decorated to the best of their owners'
ingenuity and when they passed the
judges' stand near the ferry dock in
Davenport they presented a wonderful
sight. Thousands of lights were used
for illuminating the boats and thou
sands more were on the banks, 'ine
first prize for decoration of boats was
awarded to Commodore T. E. Carson
of this city, whose launch was fitted
up to represent a steamboat. Tissue
paper windows showing three decks
and a paddle wheel in the rear made
of colored paper illuminated by lights
inside made the boat look like a min
iature ocean liner and ' very little
trouble was experienced in designating
Carson's boat for the prize.
A large amount of fireworks was
set off from a number of barges which
were anchored out in the middle of
the stream between this city and Dav
enport. The fireworks lasted for an
hour. The fireworks was the best
feature of the Davenport carnival and
while it was not the greatest exhibi
tion of fireworks ever seen here it was
very good. .
Elka to Dedicate.
Today the Klks are having -their in
nings at the Davenport carnival, and
this evening the new home of the Dav
enport Elks is to be dedicated. Elks
from various parts of Iowa have been
arriving in the tri-cifies all day, and
there will be big doings tonight. This
morning the Qttumwa lodge, with a
brass band, put in an appearance, and
boarding' one of the "Trt-City Railway
company's excursion cars, made a trip
to Rock Island, and visited the club
rooms of Rock Island lodge No. 9S0.
Rock Island will be on hand for this
evening's ceremonies With fnlly 150
members in line. The local Elks' will
invade Davenport headed by Blcuer's
" IIOOKIMGS A'tf THE ILLINOIS.
Sept. 27 The Morqan Stock com
pany, matinee and night.-.
Sept. 28 Gans-Nelson moving pic
Sept. 30 "Home ; Sweet Home." ;
Oct 1 Henry M. Savage's "The
Devil." .;. " . J
Oct. 3 "Saphomatinee.
Oct. 4 "Tempest and ' Sunchine,"
matinee. - -: i;t4.: .v;'-.;:'. .
Oct. 10 "The Woman of the West,"
matinee. ' " "'";.'. '
Oct. 11 "Human Hearts." V:
Oct. 12. "The t.1eutenant-and the
Cowboy.' . : '.. :. -t t
Oct. 16 "Zeke." . :
Oct. 15 "The:Stubbbrn;"CndeelIa.,?
Oct. 25 "My Boy Jack," matinee.
Oct. 26 "The ; Girr-.and; the Stam
pede."; . .''.1 :;: ' . .. :. .
jNot Ordinary Problem Play. Henry
vv.; savage s soie autnorizea version
of,;Franz Molnar's Hungarian play.
The Devil,"., which has caused the
greatest sensation in the history of
New York theatricals, will be present
led at the Illinois theater, Thursday
nighl Oct. 1. While not exactlv
problem play, this comedy offers an
Interesting psyooiogical'SStady- ia Ta4ls for sale y all dMggists. , : - " v
author's fanciful efforts "to make his
Satanic majesty humair; and; sympa
thetic. "The Devil"' is portrayed as
a cultured . cunning gentleman, with
just" enough evil - in his makeup to
suggest , the devil of tradition. Once
the audience- accepts the possibilities
of the character, the bizaarie events
of the drama follow naturally, and
excite, an increasingly absorbing in
terest till, the last curtain fall. A cast
of distinguished players will present
"The Devil" in this city)
Story of Real Life. Coming to the
Illinois theater is that popular comedy
drama, "Home Sweet Home." A plain
wholesome story of real life, presented
in a manner entirely creditable is the
result . achieved by the presenting
company. Plenty or humorous pas
sages and dramatic, situations make
up the "text of the play, and the thread
of the story is never lost sight of.
Rapid fire action is the keynote, and
the play moves with a. vim and a dash
throughout. The cast is headed by
Miss Mary Labadie in the character
of Velma Dunkle and Thomas O'Neil
as George Palmer, a clergyman. A
novel feature of the production Is the
cleverly trained canine actor, "Tin
Can Strong." The Home Sweet Home
quartet will render several pleasing
selections during the' course- of the
play. "Homo Sweet Home" will be
seen In the Illinois theater Wednes
day, Sept. 30.
See Old Friends Again. It will be
like meeting old friends to go to the
Illinois theater tomorrow and see the
Morgan Stock company. They will be
here for tomorrow only giving matinee
and evening performances. The Mor
gan' company is considerably stronger
than when they played here this sum-
CAMPBELL GOLLAN -AS THE
DEVIL AT THE ILLINOIS
rner and they are now without doubt
the best repertoire company on the
COAL VALLEY HAS BIG GAME
Ball Team Goes to Meet Wyoming on
' the Latter's Grounds.
Coal Valley goes to play at Wyom
ing with the fast amateur team there
tomorrow. Twice before this season
the teamst have met, cne result being
a tie and the other'a 2 to 0 victory for
the Valleyites-. A big sum of money
is wagered on the outcome of tomor
FOOTBALL SEASON IS OPENED
Has Beens and the High School Play
ing First Game Today.
Thc high school football team and
the team of the alumni of the institu
tion are battling for honors on the
gridiron this afternoon. The high
school boys are in the best of shape
for the game and with the exception
of one, all of the regulars were on
hand. The alumni team is one of the
best that has ever lined up against the
high school and a' fa6t game resulted.
This is the first kgame of the season
for the high school squad.
A Bullet-Prcof Coat.
A new bullet-proof coat of mail was
recently invented by a Russian, which
will protect the body against Mauser
bullets fired at a few paces. While its
composition is a secret, yet it is known
to contain platinum, silver and iridium
and has the effect of flattening the
bullets. It you want to keep the sys
tem proof against attacks of stomach,
liver, kidney and bowel disorders you
cannot find a better or more reliable
remedy than Hosteller's Stomach Bit
ters Its 55, years' record is the best
guarantee of its merit, and should
commend itself to every sick man and
woman. If you suffer from poor appe
tite, vomiting, sick headache, heart
burn, indigestion, dyspepsia, costive
ness,. biliousness, liver and kidney
troubles, female ills or malaria, fever
and ague, try the Bitters first of all
It never fails to give satisfaction. All
druggists. - . .
Had Tetter for Thirty Years.
I have suffered with tetter for 30
years and have tried almost countless
remedies with little, if any, relief.
Three boxes of Chamberlain's Salvo
cured me. It was a tortureT It breaks
out a little sometimes, but nothing to
a i what it used to do. D. H. Beach. Mid
J land-City, Ala, Chamberlain's Salve
WILL MEET THE .
K GENESE0 MARKSMEN
Company A Team to Hold Match
Shoot With Company B on Lat
ter's Range Tomorrow.
'The Company A rifle team will go
to Geneseo tomorrow morning to bold
a match shoot with the Geneseo na
tional guard team. The local team
has recruited some of the best marks
men from the arsenal and they expect
to be able to defeat , the best of the
Geneseo marksmen. Captain Dunavin
is to be in charge of the team.
All the news all the; time
' Mntlnre and Msbt.
Sunday, Sept.' 27. ' ' '
The Morgan Stock Go.
J. DUG MORGAN AND FOURTEEN
' The Alrdonie Favorites nack for One
PRICES Matinee, lc and" 20c; even
ing, 10c, 20c ami 30c. Phone west 224.
Wednesday Night, Sept 30.
One MKht Only.
The Original New Tork Cast, In the
Home, Sweet Home
(A Strong, Uplifting Tlay.)
C omplete Scenic and Electrical Effect.
"HOME, SWEET HOME" QUARTET.
PRICES 25c, 35c and 50c. Phone
Opponlte Spencer Square.
Only Two More Pays to See This Big
BIG FEATURE ACTS SIX
I, limb's Manikinn, the CJreatcat Act Vou
-- - Ever Saw.
THREE SHOWS DAILY At 3.' 8, 9:15
Sunday matinee. 10c evenlnst few
rcHrncil, .Uc; all other. lOe.
Varicocele, Nervous Exhaustion, Blood Poison
and Kidney Disease.
Prleea Alwaya Itraaonaltle.
We will alve the poorent man a
eh n nee, an well an the rich, to reeelve
a cure from un nt a amall coxt. TIM'.KK
S 1VO M "V TOt Pttttlt TO GET OLK
BKST OTINION KR I'.te. I
Blood Poison and Vital
Weakness of Men
"There is not a. man In existence whn
is 'sulTerinsr-from vital weakness. If the
decline is from unnatural causes, and
has not developed to an incurable stage,
that we cannot rebuild and strengthen
to his entire satisfaction, and after we
have cured a case of this kind there will
never attain he a sitrn of weakness, ex
cept brought on by imprudence."
NO CIIAIIGE!" CURED.
Remember, that if too place jnor
cnne with oar aervlem. It will eoat ab
solutely nothings li we fall to effect the
cure.. . ';
YOU DON'TTAY IF WE DON'T CURE
CONSULTATION ANO EXAMINATION
We make ynn a utralcht forward, hnn-
Inexn-Uke propoHltlon. We fnlflll every
promlne. We never hold ont falne hopea.
We never disappoint onr patient.
BLOOD POISON If you have any symp-
toms of Contagious Blood . Poison, in
either primary, secondary or tertiary
stages, come to us and De torever nil
of It. Our treatment quickly destroys
the virus, clears the skin, purines the
tilrtnri nnH thormisrlilv clnso and
eradicates all traces of the poison from
the system, we stop Its progress -ana
all danger of transmission or recur-
rence Is removed. ..
The treatment we administer for
ninnri Pn inn arte rnniriiv unon tne nis-
eased blood cells, espening me poison
therefrom, and soon shows to the en-
tire satisfaction of the patient that, the
deadly virus or poison is being Torever
exterrninaacd from the system and the
Consult the Old. Reliable Experienced Specialists '
' We want to Impress upon every
he need -not foar, that .our charges will be too much for him to afford, for out i
best advertisement is onr eures. No man can afford to do without our treats
mfnt. and no- man is so poor that he cannot make satlsfactorv '
for the payment of his fee. AH that
very best that he can, and we will
not make his payments to us in tne usual manner. ,
' PROPLf! KNOW SO WELL. OB OfTR. AHII.ITV Tlitv irnw a nn n .' - -
ING OUR OFFICES BV THE SCORE.
HA VINU TO W AIT. . , ,
. '"' .v.,..,...; every nay o rohnat health.
4t them, bo donbt, -were weaker la. utreag-th than yon. .
Remember, our gnaraatee meaaa en re or na money for service. -.'
D ATlTfl PTJCllfm TtmiinTw. rnnAif
--..V - xavenpon, lowa. v .
-offlc. honI?: ' - to 1 5 1-S0 p; -m.' to 5 p. m.; Monday. Tuesday.
Wednesday. Thursday and Saturday evenings, 7 to 9 p. m.; Sundays. a. m!
? 1 ?' mRf?nlfuif Davenport. Savlnss. Bank .bnlldln. (formerly ,
Uageboeck),- fourth floor;' take- eleVator. ; -
"Thursday, .OctM: '.:
HENRY W. SAVAGE
OFFERS THE DRAMATIC SKNSATIOV
OF TUB YEAR,
(By Franz Molnar.X
Adapted from the Hungarian by Olivej"
.Herford; Staged by Julius Herz
ka, Director General Volks
Theater, Vfenna.and Pre-
sentcd by , .
. Savage, with all of the Author's
Original . Unique Stage Details
Precisely as at the Garden
Theater, New York.
"Kvery woman nhould nee thla mi.
derfnl plJiy." Dortithj- IJIx.
Sale of seats Tuesday, 9 a. m.
Prices $1.50, $1, 75c, 506, 25c.
Joe Oppenhelmer, I.cnnee and Manager.
Home of Refined Burlesque. .
AlitnjK the Bent Show In Town.
1 'Admission 10, 25, 35 and 50c -.- ; .-.
Reserved -seats in advance. Telephone
Ladies' day ' Tuesday, Thursday and "
Next Attraction "The Troubadors."
No Inenrahle Cnnea Aeeepled.
There la bo rink, for we do not treat
Incurable eanea nnder any eon Kid era -tlon.
WK DO OT KXPERIMKXT NOR
VSK INJ1 Itldl S DHL US TO RCIX
g HERE TO STAY
VARICOCELE Varicocele Is the most
jjM- ttL. r-- J ?
thracherous and silent and certain In
its ill effects of all known ailments of 8
mcn' 11 mK?s Us appearance appar-
enuy witnout cause, but never ceases
n Its .destructive influence until 1
rons a man or an his vigor, vitality.
ma Kjnjr mm a complete mental wreck.
lnder our treatment a healthy cla
i-unuun or niooo is quirmy reestab-
nsnei and permanent strength and
viiHmv are . trivpn in the onnn am
r.virj- irace or weaKness disappears.
me weaaenea system Is strengthened.
you become , stronger and . better !-in
every way. and will soon possess the
sense of well-being which accompanies -'
good health and robust manhood. ,
man who lain need nf nnr lmiMi4tii..4' -c
we ask is that every one shall do - the -
not turn any one away because he tan--
CALL EARLY TO AVOID RUSH AND S
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