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THE ARGUS, SATUKDAY, SErTEJlBER II, l!k
AT THE THE ATER
ILLINOIS THEATER BOOKINGS.
Scpl. 11 "Girl of the V. S. A.," uint
fare Sept. IS Lyman Tnlao. matlnrr.
Srpt. 1 1 "The 1 nnkrr MuutU Ilrtro-
. Scpl. IS "Ui.anl of VIrlnn, niHl-
lace. ' ' '
, Sept. lit rnnkr-Krirhrl Kiht I'icl-
Sept. M.-ilinra'a .Minstrel.
Srp. 2 1 "The Illue Moumr.
Sep, il'i "Jnnr Kjrr," niatinee.
Sept. 2(1 "Prlm-e uf Tonljtlit,'' mnt
laee, nilli Henry T. Woodruff .
' Sept. US Skubert'a ".Merry Widow
Where American Girl Slvnes.- "Th
Girt From the I'. S. A." is the bill fo."
tonight at thi Illinois. This girl 1.5
i'f)t a ' !vo-up-yoiir-I-;ind-apihi;:s(''' cro
iilion. I. ut one who shows just how wo
stand wiih r.o:ne of the strange people
anil evening perform-
McCurdy in New Role. "The Yan
kee Doodle Detective." with . .fames
ICj rle MacCurdy, the well known nctor
inithor, will be the attraction at tho
Illinois I heater Tues day with a wealth
of appropriate scenery and a cast f
. xoeller.ee. The play i;5 in four acts,
am) c-nief among them is a night at
("due bland, showing ths preat light
1 fleets of Dreamland and Lima park,
livery child will enjoy seeing "Yankee
Doodle Detective' and parents are
piomKvl a clean wholc-onio entertain
ment for their children. There is
much to delight the young ami nof.iin
to offend the most careful guardian.
Family to Reopen Monday. The
Family theater will he opened for the
I'cas-'on tomorrow. The house has been
redecorated and will present an air of Baly was playin
' The Wizard of Wul :id.'' which Tuns
been singirg its nn':ry and nhidsomo
way into in' hearts 0 thousands of
theatergoers- this reason, will "-be swi
for the first time hero next' Saturday
at the Illinois theater.. A company - sumcr Columbia
careiuuy seiccieu Singers aim comcai
ans will bo soon iu the cast and a larg::
;ud well trained chorus will grace the
concerted passages, ensembles and
lyrics. Tho scenic embellishment of
tho Is-h; of Wiseland Includes pretty
and si Hitting transformations in keep
ing with the mythical character of
this fabled spot,.
IS LAST OF THE
SHQST LINE TRIPS
lakes l'iiml l:.v.
cui'sion to MuscUine
Vime Daly Sued by Young Kohl.
John P., better known as ".lack" Kohl,
the 20 year-old son of Charles K. Kohl,
the millionaire theater owner, has re
pented of his hasty marriage to Vime
Daly, the vaudeville actress, in Phil 1
delphia last June. Yesterday he asked
the Chicago circuit court to annul tie.'
marriage. Kohl avers 1hat he is not
of age si nil did not have the consent of
his parents. The romance' was begun
in the Majestic theater, where Mi-s
last January. Mr.
The steamer Columbia returned
yesterday evening from tho run to
Quincy. The boat was about, nine
hours behind time. It laid over here
till this afternoon at 4 "clock, when it
left on its last trip of the season to
Muscatine. Next week the Columbia
will make the regular tri weekly trips
which the Helen Blair has been mak
ing to Burlington. On the trip Wed
nesday the boat will tarry freight and
passengeis for St. Louis to Burlington,
where they will be transferred Thurs
day to the Diamond Jo steamer Du
buque. The freight and passengers
from St. Louis will also meet the Co
lumbia Thursday, arriving here Fri
day. After the steamer Helen Blair
aids. One of the Cimrus S'cBtiucs n " i lu
In the modern home there is an
increasing trend toward better
taste in lighting fixtures and port
ables a departure from the
overly ornate ceiling fixtures in
favor of the simple and graceful
lines of the electric floor lamp
and its smaller companion unit,
the table portable.
Few ceiling fixtures approach
electric floor lamps in their con-,
tribution to the decorativeness of
a room. They may be placed just
where they preserve the restful
ness of shadow, the while sending
direct rays of light where needed.
Electric Shop, the show and sales
rooms of the Commonwealth'
Edison Company, exhibits a col
lection of floor lamps, embracing
some of the most striking exam
pies of. simplicity in art. Visitors
to Chicago are always welcome.
Cor. Michigan and Jackson Blvds.
Win. 1. Mc-JunklD AdrerlinlDg Agency M7
: . ... I f,
DIES TO SAVE J. T. HARAHAN
Soct ion Woikioan IVarctl llaiidcar
Would Wreck Train. "y
DiKiuoin. 111., Sept. 11. In his ef
forts to prevent tho wreck of a spec-
Do Yoi Think Uncle Sam's
Ihe Moonlight M
Of tl'.i" world. She i;-. a ;1 lig:Mf,il ob-j'-ct
li-foii of pattioiisin i'i Lie you. le
tters and a jooirs rovelatioii of astun-
ishii'5. lnit rr.il aocidl romri'.icutio'i ;
.'in tb:3 :a::ds of the Ara'rlan l.nighM t i
f h gi ow n 110 folks, " ho yet are on!.-
..children, of a larger growth."
" At the Illinois Tomorrow. The l.y-
man twin brothers, whri have popular
ized themselves in Y.msical -plays-in
the;'e parts, are bo at the Illinois
tomorrow in a new vehicle. "The i'rize
Winners." said to be the most preten
tious thing they have done since their
adven" into the business. Ther
I!izc- Winners," the Lyman IJrotlicrs' New Musical Comedy, to He Seen at
the Illinois in Two Performances Tomorrow.
The same policy that pre
vailed '. last season' U to be pursued
anil the pcoile are promised the classt
est acts that are obtainable on the
!.oi;niar priced . circuits. tJ.-A. Paulsen-,
who last year was in Hiarge of the
Family at Clinton. Iowa, is to be resi
dent manager of the itock Island thea
ter. Manager Paulson announces there
will be three performances daily, as
heretofore. Thee will be p resell tod
at 3 in the afternoon and at S ami 0:15
iu th' evening.
"The Wizard of Wissiand." A d-
will . light fid farcical musical extravaganza,
Kohl went to Philadelphia in June and
was married. He left for home im
mediately after the ceremony and says
he has not seen his wife since. .Mrs.
Kohl id five years her husband's senior.
Anna HelcTs Warning to Stage-
Struck Girls. Miss Anna Hold, known
in private life as Mrs. Florence Zieg
t'eld. Jr.. has just returned from Kur
ope. and her first words were a warn
ing to young girls not to choose the
stage as -a career. "It is dangerous,"
said Miss Held, "very dangerous.
Young women, unless they are possess
ed of the greate.-t talents, should let
FOR STOMACH AND LIVER TROUBLES
NO MATTER HOW LONG YOU HAVE BEEN A SUFFERER
FROM AILMENTS OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS YOU
WILL BE GREATLY BENEFITED BY TAKING A SHORT
COURSE OF THE BITTERS., IN HUNDREDS OF CASES,
PROBABLY WORSE THAN YOURS, THIS HAS BEEN CON
CLUSIVELY PROVEN. BUT BE SURE TO START TODAY,
AS DELAY ONLY MAKES A CURE SO MUCH HARDER AND
YOU SUFFER LONGER THAN NECESSARY. FOR OVER 56;
HAS PROVEN TO BE A SURE STANDBY IN CASES OF
SLEEPLESSNESS, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, INDICES
TI01VDYSPEPSIA, HEARTBURN, BLOATING, "HEADACHE,
CRAiViPS, DIARRHOEA, GENERAL WEAKNESS. "APD MA
LARIA, FEVER AND AGUE. A TRIAL TODAY WILL CON
VINCE YOU OF ITS GREAT MERIT.
returns from the- St. Paul irip. the
steamer Columbia! , wjll bo docked for
the winter. The Helen Dlair will con
tinue till the, mulUe of .November in
the Purlington trade.
ial train bearing President J. T. Har
ahan of the Illinois Central and a
party of other railroad officials en
route to attend the funeral of E. H.
Harriman. Samuel Owens, a section
hand, was struck and instantly killed
here yesterday. Owens saw the train
approaching and attempted to lift
a handcar from the track, despite
the warning of his companions. His
body was hurled over 100 yards.
full measure and
the stagj alone, because those without
talents will get along, if they do get
along at all, only, at the expense of
their innocence and their good names.
Why, there are live theaters in New
Yoik owned and controlled by niillion-
How's ThisT " t
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO..
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years.
and believe him perfectly honorable
in air business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by his firm.
WALDING. KINN'AN, & MARVIN.
Wholesale druggists, Toledo, Ohio
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Testimonials sent' free. Price, 7!c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Tills for con
Whisky Test the Best?
Here is everything that your Uncle Sam requires of whisky before lu
will-place the little green stamp over the bottle:
That it pass the test of the U. S. gauger as coming up to the govern
mental standard of purity, being straight, 100 proof.
aged at least four years. Here is the famous Cedar
Not only must all the requirements of Uncle Sam
be met, but there must.be quality supreme, a wonder
ful flavor, delicacy smoothness, individuality. It
must be aged six to eight years.
Only choicest selected grains and purest spring
water' used. - -;. t. 1 ..
W. H. McBraycr'a
Bottled in Bond
in short, must better the test of Uncle Sam.
Compare the age. It will show you the difference
in the tests. Uncle Sam requires four years;' while
Cedar Brook requires six to eight. It has the green
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.Mr. Jacob Hats, of Bangor, Wis., writes "I find nothing that docs me so much good
as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It always gives satisfaction in'stqmach troubles."
Mr. T. H. Halloran, of Newport, Kv., writes, "I have taken Hostcitcrs Bitters and
il always recommend it in cases of. stomach troubio " ! v v: " s K
.Miss Kate Woods I iske, ill the Cast
"of "The Yanftoo Uooille Ih-tcct-'
tivc," to Play Here Next
aires, and theso men have all thepriv.
ileg' of the stage during rehearsals
and performances. Their object when
Ihey prowl about behind the scenes Is
obvious. A girl with a pretty face is
soon at their mercy. During I ho 'sum
mer 1 have received a number of let
ters from clergymen from all over the
country. They applaud me for the ad
vice I have 'been giving -the girls to
let the stage alone, and they ask mo
for all I know concerning the dangers
to girls, so that the information can
bo used to -dissuade girl.sfrom becom
ing prey of unscrupulous millionaires."
Night on Bald Mountain.
On a lonely night Alex. Benton of
Fort I'd ward, N. Y., climbed Bald
Mountain to tho home of a neighbor,
tortured by asthma, bent on curing
him with Dr. 'King's New Discovery1,
that had cured "himself of asthma.
This wonderful medicine soon re
lieved and quickly cured" his neigh
bor. Later it cured his son's wife
mof a severe lung trouble. Millions
Hi 1. -1 : 1 . . T . t .. . u 1 . 1
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J croup, hemorrhages ,aad sore lungs
are surely cured by it. Best for hay
. fever, grip and whooping cough. 50e
fraud 1 1.00. Trial bottle free. Gn.lri
- 5 Quickly Curedby
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I have used WakcBclds Blackberry
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fiven to writing letters of this kind,
in fact never did before in my life,
but I do wish to say. H has never
failed mo in one single instance nor
any of my friends I have recommended
it' to. Wucn druggists say to me:
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them very candidly there is' nothing
just as good. The fact is I have never
found anything just as good and I
never expect to. I can cheerfully
recommend it to any one, young or
old for all bowel ' trouble. It has
certainly helped me when nothing
J. E. PARKE.
ir,3 E. fi4th St., Chicago.
Wakefield's Blackberry Balsam
has been the surest and safest rem
edy for diarrhoea, dysentery, chol-!
era infantum and cholera morbus for;
63 years.1 '"While it "is quick and pos-j
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does not constipate. It simply checks'
the trouble- -and puts tho stomach
and bowels in "their natural, regular,
condition. Of the millions of bottles
that have been sold in the past 63;
ventf'K 'never"' Ha easo heon reiiort-'
od whom a. cure wa not effected I
when directions' were followed, even
after other remedies had failed. Ev
ery home should have a bottle or
more on hand ready for sudden at
tacks. "Full size ' bottle, Sue or three
for $1.00 everywhere.' . ,
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GIpii IIen PeloolcPT Mwklnar Maitil Ko. Mnnlton ' lini Vhrw -OwhTa
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ter, so, if , you owe a number
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future and' make us a small
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