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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THTJRSbAY, OCTOBER 13, 1910.
Oct 12. "Alma, Wo Wohnst Du?"
Oct. 13 "The Flirting Princess."
I Oct. 15 Grace Balrd, matinee and
Oct. 17 "The Girl in the Kimona."
Oct. 23 "The Lottery Man."
Oct. 24 "The Pinkerton GirL"
' Oct. 25 Christian Science lecture.
, Oct. 26 William Norris, in "My C!n
i Oct. 28 "The Rosary."
Oct. 30 "What a Girl Can Do," mat
inee and evening.
Oct. 31-Nov. 5 The Flints.
"ALMA, WO WOHNST DU?"
Adolph Phillips, "who has given us
iome of our b3st German stage adapta
tions In the past decade, presented his
operatic comedy. "Alma, Wo Wohnst
Da?" ("Alma, Where Do You Live ")
at the Illinois theatre last evening,
having taken his company on tour af
ter a successful engagement in Chi
cago. While the comedy Is given in
German, it is easily followed by (hose
tic familiar with the tongue of the fa
. therland. Inasmuch as the music is its
chief charm, while the comedy situa
tions are so pronounced that their Im
port Is Teadlly interpreted. Mis3 Cora
Alorena, a young woman of beautiful
voice and fascinating personality, who
has been elevated to atardom in the
past two weeks, having been shifted
from a minor position to the head of
the cast during the Chicago run, is the
conspicuous performer, and she has
'the assistance of competent actors and
singers. The play was a decided hit
with the audience of last evening.
j "THE GIRL OF MY DREAMS."
! Rollicking Johnny Hyams and de
mure Leila Olclntyre, a team long
popular In vaudeville, made their
debut as co-stars before a trl-clty au
fdlence at the Grand, Davenport, last
evening. In their musical vehicle, "The
Girl of My Dreams," fwhich had its
premiere at the Illinois theatre, Chi- i
cago, a few months ago, instantly
making good as one of the real suc
cesses of the season. "The Girl of
My Dreams," while constructed along
general musical comedy lines, differen
tiates, and welcomely so, from that
When we say free we mean
- ttached to this offer.
in which to register. Call and leave your name and ad
dress. No conditions of any
class of entertainment as offered In re
cent years In that the tumble bug
broiler, the king and the queen, the
knock-down-and-drag-out comedian and
the languorous show girl whose chief
claim tto a front row position lies in
a display of her physical charms, are
missine. It Is Just a simple little
story, with here and there an Inter
spersing love match, all decently told
and naturally worked out. There are
no impossible situations or risque com
plications, or suggestive dialogue or
display. It's such a play as you would
take your wife and your children to
see without fear of offense. There Is
a vein of domesticity pervading the
performance in the appearance of the
entire Hyams family that is, Mr. Hy
ams. Miss Mclntyre (who is Mrs.
Hyams) and their little daughter, the
latter accompanying her mother dur
ing the rendition of the "Dr. Tinker
Tinker," a song of toys and childhood,
and the vocal hit of the play. Unlike
most performers, Mr. and Mrs. Hyams
do not attemDt to conceal from the
public that they are man and wife; ra
ther they seem proud-In the privilege
of showing to the public that there is
at least one happy stage marriage, and
their audiences like them all the more
for It. The Grand was packed to its
capacity last evening.
AT THE MAJESTIC
So successful has Paul Klelst been
that Manager Qulnn of the Majestic
announces he will' hold the panto
miinist over the last half of the week.
The remainder of the bill will include
Frank Palmer of original "Mutt and
Jeff" fame; Areola and company, in
strumentalists, introducing the only
lady musician playing four wind in
struments, namely, saxaphone, cornet,
euphonium and trombone, and the Bel
monts, comedy singing and talking
act. Mrs. Casey will sing "Don't For
get Your Dear, Old Dad."
BULGER WITH US TONIGHT.
Harry Bulger will long be remem
herpd for his delightful work in
"Woodland," "Algeria," "The Man
From Now," and other musical pro
ductions. Many are the visits he has
made to Rock Island, and many a one
absolutely free no strings
sort . You are not obliged I
has he made laugh by his natural tal
ent for laugh getting. He will be here
at the Illinois tonight in Mort H. Sing
er's musical hit, "The Flirting Princ
ess," surrounded by an excellent cast
consisting of such well known players
as Eulalie Jansen, Maude Emery,
Charles Morgan, Frank Carter, Dale
Fuller, John Patton, Arthur Cranston,
Harry DIckerson and others, also the
famous barefoot chorus and the talked
of dances of the day, "The Vampire"
and "The Apache," portrayed by
Charles Morgan, Eulalie Jansen and
"THE GIRL JN THE KIMONO."
"The Girl in the Kimono" and her 80
musical associates, from an engage
ment at the Ziegfeld theatre, Chicago,
will be the attraction at the Illinois
theatre Monday evening. The play Is
from the pen of an American author
ess, Helen Bagg. Phil Schwartz Is re
sponsible for the music: and has intro
duced a tuneful score. Ten song hits
are heard during the action of the
play, the most popular of which are "I
Love to Love a Mason," and "The
Beautiful Rag." A promised feature
of the attraction Is a beauty chorus la
a new display of smart gowns.
IS HIT IN DECATUR.
Th Antoinette Le Brun Grand Op
era company is -to sing at the Mollne
theatre Tuesday evening and here at
the Illinois Wednesday evening of next
week under the auspices of the Beth
any Home association. The following
telegram was received at Bethany
Decatur, 111., Oct 12. The Le Brun
Grand Opera company sang here to
night. Gave the best of satisfaction.
Artists mil excellent: Costumes beau
tiful. Scenery very pretty. One can
not recommend the company too high
THOMAS 5P. RONAN,
Manager of Power theatre.
ROBERT COLE INSANE.
New York, Oct. 13. Robert Cole,
well known as a composer of "coon
songs and a member of the negro
vaudeville team of Cole and John
son, went insane yesterday on tne
street and was taken to Bellevue hos
pital. Cole is the second member of
the two foremost negro vaudeville
teams to lose his mind. The other
was George W. Walker of Williams
and Walker, who went insane nearly
two years ago and is still in a sanl
tarlum. According: to Coles par
ents, overwork caused his mental
First of Series of Musical Events at
The first of a series of violin re
citals at Augustana college was given
last evening In the college chapel
before a good sized audience
performance of the pupils was uni
formly excellent and the audience
showed its enthusiastic appreciation
of the work, which reflects great
credit on the successful Instruction
by Miss Gertrude Housel, professor
of violin and piano in the conserva
tory or music, ine complete pro
gram was as follows:
Violin (a) Idylle H
(b) March Rentsch
Violin Lied Paetropetoso
Violin (a) Air Varle . .
(b) Bagatellen 8th ...
Piano March in C
Violin Etude in G Mazes
Violin Farewell Song .... Lagye
Violin (a) Siciliano ... Armstrong
(b Valse- Armstrong
Piano March-serenade .
Violin March-serenade .
Violin Duet Etude in G
Lester Horst and Harry Conley.
Violin Serenade Creole . . . Papini
Violin Fifth nocturne . . . Chopin
Piano Idillo Lack
Violin Menuett Saenger
Violin Cavatina Bohm
George Patten's Will Probated.
vsu, w, Y"
late George W Patten grain dealer
and brotner of James A. Patten, was
niea ior probation yesieraay, aispos-
ing of an state valued at $2,400,000. 1
The income of the nroDerty croes to
the testator's brothers, James A. and
Harry J. Patten. After the death of
the latter wo. principal is to be dls-
equally between their chll-
Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
by local applications, as they can
not reach the diseased portions of
the ear. There Is only one way to
cure deafness and that Is by consti
tutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an Inflamed condition of
the mucous lining of the eustachian1
tube. When this tube is inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or 1m-
perfect hearing and when it is en-
Hrclv rlnsort riAAfnena fa ttia rooiilt
nr, ..ni. th inflammation n wJ
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be destroyed forever; nine cases out
ui itfu uio utuscu ujr taioi in, wuicn i
is nothing but an inflamed condi-
Hon of tha mucous nurfarna I
We will give $100 for any case of
deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
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The Woman Who Wants to Pay Only a .Jrate
Sum for Her Nelv Autumn and Winter Wearing 53 p-
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parel "Will Tind Exceptional Selections Here -
This store has thoroughly looked after the medium size purses this season. In the
matter of providing wearing apparel that has the style, appearance, material and
workmanship of garments usually sold at one-third to one-half more. Look over
our unusually large assortments of wXjl -
Suits from $7.50 up to $37.50
Skirts from -$1.98 up to $17.50
Dresses from $7.50 up to $27.50
Petticoats from $1 up to $10.00
And .after you've seen. them and convinced that this is true, then you'll be more
than ever surprised at the attractiveness of our prices. Do yourself the justice of
coming here and investigating before purchasing. All garments shown by us rep
resent the best talent in designing and making. '
All the Latest Millinery Styles
Every woman can find an individual style to suit her taste in our assemblage of trim
med hats. "We overlook no branch of the millinery business. In other words wo
cater to all to all purses to all women children too.
If you make your own hats let us sell you the trimmings. We are offering many
surprising values in untrimmed shape's, fancy feathers, etc., which the home milli
ner can buy to good advantage at our store.
THE 3 EE HIVEJ"
RAT BITE IS FATAL
Wound Received Year Ago
Causes Death of Mrs. Guy
BLOOD POISONING SETS IN
Thought t0 IIaTe EnJrely Recovered
When Trouble Reappears Bur
ial at Golden, 111.
Mrs. Guy Lippincott died this
morning at 7:3a at the home of her
sister, Mrs. O. E. McFarland, 1004
r our in nveuu. i ue cause ui uraiii
was blooa poisoning. A year ago
last August Mrs. Lippincott was bit
ten by a rat. The wound had been
healed over and It was thought that
no more trouble would be caused by
It. Three weeks ago the wound re
opened and blood poisoning set in.
Deceased was born June 25. 1891,
In Brown county. 111. She was the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Griffiths. She was married to Guy
Lippincott In Rock Island, Oct. 26,
1909. Shortly after their marriage
the couple moved to Emerson. Iowa,
where they lived till two months ago,
when they returned here. Mrs. Lip-
pincott was a member of the Memor
ial Christian church.
Family of Snnlrorn.
She is survived by her husband
and father, W. P. Griffith, Emerson,
Iowa, and six sisters, Mrs. Thomas
Kurby, Oakland, Iowa; Mrs. John
Mikesell, Springfield; Mrs. Jacob
rilllailU) tkUL IV a Jstu i o v,iia ivu
Armstrong, Oakland, Iowa; and
Mrs. Albert Reynolds, Stuart, Neb.;
and four brothers, Dell and Peirs
r-r-tfmVxi nt naUlnnrt nnrl William and
Walter Griffiths of Emerson.
The remains will be taken to Gold
en, 111., for interment.
Addresses Augustana Synod.
Rockford, 111., Oct. 13. Rev. Luther
with no time for exercise perhaps
breathing Vile, contaminated air draw
ing into the lungs countless thousands
of deadly, death-dealing germs there
is little chance under ordinary condi-
tions, to retain health! The blood be
L0Vs thlck-ladea with poisonous ac
cumulations, which in turn are carrie.I
to EVERY PART Or THE BODY!
Bowels don't act right stomach
wrong" Indigestion follows
CHRONIC DYSPEPSIA I
Baa Dlooa mates a oaa uver atrects
Bad blood makes a bad liver affects
these danger signals I
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TvTna-yi'i take thm Tea,aj dirscted.
Malmberg of St. Peter, Minn., the pres
ident, delivered the principal address
at the third annual convention of Eng
lish churchea of the Augustana synod
here last night
BALL OF THE MOOSE LODGE
Second Annual Entertainment to Be
Held at Rink.
At a meeting of the entertainment
committee of the lodge of Moose held
last evening plans and a program for
the second annual Moose ball were
agreed upon. George C. Wenger was
named to act as master of ceremonies
at the ball and George W. McCaskrln
was secured to give an address of wel
come. The program which will be car
ried out'is as follows:
Drilling by Moose drill team.
Address of welcome.
Song Trl-Clty quartet. Including
August Swanson, Ed Nelson, Roy Cur
ry and Elmer Showalter.
Recitation Robert Rexdale.
Tenor solo Harry Elwyinth.
Recitation Little Miss Louise Mc
Lean. Song Trl-City quartet.
"The Trick House" Freeman Com
Vaudeville acts from the Majestic
and American theatres.
The ball will take place at the skat
ing rink Oct. 20, and It is expected
that a large crowd will bo on hand, as
was the case last year. The program
and dancing will occupy the entire ev
ening. Your cough annoys you. Keep on
hacking and tearing the delicate
memt ranes of your throat If you
want to be annoyed. But if you
want relief, want to be cured, take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold
by all druggists.
Every Day is Bargain Day
At Cur Store
Our shelves are Jam full of
new canned and bottlcil goods.
lrice anil- quality tell tlio
Dill pickles, large German
dills, dozen 15c
Kraut, home made cured right
has the real kraut flavor
a Quart iqc
Cheese, rich mild full cream
cheese, a pound 2 5c
Macaroni, new goods, domestic
kinds, a package 10c and 15c,
Imported kind a package. 18c
Crackers, fresh baked flaky
crisp soda crackers,
three pounds 25c
Honey, Illinois White Clover in
comb, right from the hives
Peaches, large yellow meaty
evaporated Muir peaches,
two pounds 25c
Apricots, new California evap
orated apricots, extra fancy,
two pounds 35c
Raisins, Sultana seedless rai
sins, a fine filler for plea
at three pounds 25c
Raisins, large fancy seeded,
Figs, new, package .... 10c
Pancake flour, self-rising. Just
mix and bake, all kinds,
We are sole distributers In
Rock Island for the J. A. Fol
ger & Co.'s famous teas and
For excellence In " cup and
richness in flavor try these:
Amber coffee, In one pound
parchment bags, pound . 28c
Alhambra, in one pound tins,
pound f... 35C
Golden Gate, one pound tins,
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Coata from $3.75 up to $35.00
Waists from 50c up to $8.98
Furs from $1.25 up to $50
Sweaters from $1.00 up to $5.00
DANGER IN DELAY.
Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous
for Rock Island I'eoplo to Neglect.
The great danger of kidney trou
bles is that they get a firm hold be
fore the sufferer recognizes them.
Health Is gradually undermined.
Backache, headache, nervousness,
lameness, soreness, lumbago, urinary
troubles, dropsy, diabetes and
Brlght's disease follow In merciless
succession. Don't neglect your kid
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certain and safe remedy, Doan's Kid
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Joseph Graves, 813 NInetenth
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catches in the small of my back and
a soreness ana lameness across my
loins tnat made It difficult for me
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About a year ago I had slight recur
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T. J. Blackmore, of Haller &
Blackmore, Pittsburg, Pa., sayB: "A
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In 24 hours. I took to my bed with
rheumatism nine months ago and Dr.
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the only medicine that did me any
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Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism
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Grotjan, 1601 Second avenue. Rock
Island and Gust Schlegel & Son, lsu
West Second street. Davenport.
Complete Change of Program, Except
Who is Held Over by Bequest.
Greatest Show of the Season. AH Comedy. Phone 16S5
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Licensed to Wed.
Jackson A. Evans West Liberty
Miss Ethel V. Clements . .West Branch
Lee A. rib aver Delta, Iowa
Miss Lulu M. Snider Delta, Iowa
Ralph O. Brimmer Moline
Miss Edith Schmidt ...Eldridge, Iowa
news all the time The
Thursday, Oct. 13.
Yes, the Greatest Musical Hit of the
Mort H. Singer's Parisian sensa
tion by Adams, Hough and Howard.
Staged by Joseph C. Smith.
The Vampire Dance. Apache Dance.
The show that dazzled Chicago.
Direct from a run of 340 perform
ances in Chicago. The handsomest
chorus in America today Including
the renowned barefoot chorus.
Prices 25c, 50c, 76c, $1, $1.50
Phone West 224.
Monday, Oct. 17
W. K. Zclgfeld Offers the MoM. Sue
cessful of All Musical Comedies
THE GIRL IN THE KIMONO
The original star cast, the Worth
creation girls, the dancing rosebuds
Willie Donlay and Franci3
Direct from its three months' run
Hear the latest song hit:
"I Iiove to Ixve a Mason."
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50
Phone West 224.