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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. MARCH IS, 1011.
Jtjr kl -mm Tl
and from there she reached the stage j
as a chorus girl or novice in the bal- j
let. Lillian Adelaide Lessont wm the :
name she adopted after she got to Lon-
den, and as that she made her first ap-!
pcarance as Juliet at Margate, early in I
1805. In September. 1S70. Miss Neil-
son acted Amy Ro'osart a; Drury Iane ;
and was hailed by another critic as a ;
ILLINOIS. ;for a sleeper between St. Paul and j .-true dramatic genius." j
March 19 "Bachelor's Honeymoon." j Minneapolis, and when reminded that j jE the character of Juliet she made!
matinee and evening. they were only ten miles apart, ex- j ber fim appearance in the United;
April 13, 14, 15 "Ben Hur." , plained that his train had been stalled ! states at Booth's theatre. New Yor, j
;in the yards a;i night and he had en- j on xov. 15. 1S72. Her success was re-
"KATIE DID" PRETTY. ;gas;ed a berth in which to sleep the ! markable. The following spring she
Many of the amusing situations time away. ' (acted Rosalind at Booth's theatre, and
that you will recall in "My Friend i Recently, after a week through Kan- j on her second vi6it to this country, in
from India" are conserved in the mus- fas, the agent of "The Traveling 1 3g-4 8tle payed Beatrice in "Much
ical adaptation of that comedy that : Salesman" company sent in one. ! Ado" at the Lyceum theatre. New
convulsed two continents a decade - which contained the item: to one
8go. "Katie Did" is the title of the! drinking cup. T.O cents.' Henry B.
tuneful version. V. ', Duncan and Harris' auditor was moved to dictate
Frank Smkheon are responsible for a sarcastic letter, inquiring the whys
the book and lyrics and Karl Hoschna and wherefores.
for the music. Joseph M. Gaites, wiio ' AVas the aforesaid item a new bev
has brought out several of the musical ierage or a loving cup which had been
comedy successes of the past few sea- presented by some rural critic, and if
eons, is the producer, and he has main-; the latter, why didn't it cost more
talned his reputation for strength of j than 50 cents?
cast and elaborateness of staging. The j After his trip through Kansas the
I5A3ELLE GILBERT AND MACY WILL
IN A BACHELOR'S HONEYMOON"
York. She subsequently abandoned
that character. Isabella in "Measure
for Measure" was first gjven in London
in 1876. and on her third American
tour, begun at Daly's theatre. New
York, on May 12. 1877. Miss Neilson
presented two more new parts Viola
in "Twelfth Night" and Imogen in
Cymbeline." Miss Neilson's last tour
of the United States started at the
Brooklvn theatre on Oct 20. 1879. and
comedy was presented at the Grand i agent didn't feel any tco good, and he ! her ,ast anr,earanee in New York oc-
opera house. Davenport, last evening, ' shot back a r.ieht letter-gram, which curred at Booth's theatre cn May 24,
having been booked for three per- inquired if the auditor, luxuriously en- j jn. She then went to San Francisco,"
formances there, th last to be given ; sconced in the New York office, had where she acted from June 8 until Juv'
tonight, there having been a matinee ever . traveled through the double-, 13 she sailed from New York on Julv
this afternoon. There are two acts, blanked, dashed and qualified, throat- j 2g lg davg later sne dled Jn pari9
each gorgeously mounted. There are parched, thirsty state of Kansas. J Lewis C. Strang in "Players and
numerous innovations in ensemble ai-:wnere the law forbade the sale of any-; piavs of the .Last Quarter Ceutury."
rar.gement. and thF,e proved distinct 'thing stronger than water, and forced! '
hits with the a'ldien'-e. There :s one the passenger to furnish his own
of the freshes' and be?t looking chor- ' drinking cup to quafT the H20 provid
uss that ha? been sen hereabout in , ed on the trains; and since it wasn't
months. Of 'he principals those shin-lhis fault that the company was mak-
ine Kansas, he didn't see why he
ing brightest are Pp" Baker. Clar
ence Harvey, Jed Pto'ity, Fred .1. Nice.
May Yokes. Anna V.'ilkes. Violet Col
by and Josle Intronodi. Mis Yokes
16 still playing In her inimitable fash
ion her role of the servant. Songs
that the audience seemed unable to
get enoueri of wpr "(lome a Little
CJos" "Save Up Your Kisses for a
Rainy Day," and Iar Old Homeland."
La Petite Adelaide, assisted hv J. J.
ST. DENIS ON WOMAN.
"The women of America seem to !
be a never-ending subject for com- j
ment on the part of foreigners, who j
ehcnldn't charge it up. and if he lost j linger for a bit in our communities,' j
it. he would have to buy another in remarks Ruth St. Denis, the cele- j
Oklahoma. brated exponent of Hindu and an-1
The item stood as charged. j cient Egyptian dances, who visited '
j here during the present week. "Why
ADELAIDE NEILSON. is it. I wonder?" she continued.,
Adelaide Neilson, the incomparable j "The French, the English, the Ger- j
, ,. . . .' , , . r,. i nian or the Russian women are not :
Juliet, was horn in Ierds. England. . .
subject to such acute analysis on
Match 3. 1S4S. and died in Paris. the Fart of their visitors. And after
rt x' J VVV v-n . -Y
fVrvi.".. " '
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is- v h
Hughes, appeared in a beautiful danc- France. Aug. 15. 180. Within so little i considering the matter, I have come
lng specially. ' is encompassed the life of Adelaide
.Neilson. wnose mother, a miss rown.
was afterward married to a man.
Bland, a laborer living in Guiseley, u
village near Ieeds; whose father re
mains absolutely unknown, except for
the tinauthentirated claim that he wa-:
an actor and of Spanish descent. Liz
zie Biand was the name by which the
child wa known during her early
years, when sie worked in a factory.
So she qu;etly and in the main hap
pily lived amid her commonplace sur
roundings until she was about 13 years
old. when for the first time real sor-
row came into her lift. She acciden
tally learned the fac's regarding h?r '
birth. She left her home after that
and for two years worked as a nurse
maid. But discontent. unhappines3
and shame grew wirti the cherishing,
and at Hngth hhf decided to quit the ;
village where she had always lived !
She planned to leave behind her no i
tiace. and so she ran away, going first 1
to Ix-c-ds, nnd from there to Iondon. A
hi!d 15 years old, beautiful "the1
Sranish girl." they called her with
hot blood in her veins and despair in
THE SWINDLE SHEET. her heart, without guidance of any
The expense accounts of advance sort, she was quickly engulfed in the
agents, or "swindle sheets," as they ' maelstrom, and for three years her
are popularly called, frequently con- life was hard and her experience mis
tain many weird items, not forgetting erable. She became finally a barmaid
that of the agent who charged up $. in a French cafe in the Haymarket
A BACHELOR'S HONEYMOON.
The Atlantic I Iowa Telegraph of
last Saturday said of the play that Is
to be presented tomorrow matinee
and right at the Illinois ther.tre:
" 'The Eathelor's Honeymoon.' giv
en last everiine at t " local theatre,
was the best comedy that. Uh." been
here for many years and by far the
best comedy for this season. The
show deserved a larc attendance.
Those who were lucky enough to go
had one of the lonet laughs tiiai
they have had for many a day Every
character was well represented, but
James F. Green as Benjamin Bachel
or and Rose Ainsworth as Juno Ar
"buckle deserve special mention for
their ease upon the stage. The bach
elor kept the crowd laughing all of
the time. For special1-ies, Charles Wil
liams drews some very good crayon
pictures, and Marv Will pleased the
audience with the Yama Yatna
dance. As a whole the show vas ex
ceptional for this city."
Memorials to Dead Comrades
Do You Read
YOUNG'S The Magazine That
The April Isaae It as Vibrant with Life as the Spring
Sixteen Heart-Searching Short Stories
Two Strangely Contrasting Novelettes
By PERRY NEWBERRY
A I-iE tale of a love as free a the vind of the Southern teat and
pure as the breai'n of Eden ; of a woman who loved as women
did love when the wo: Id was ycng, and of the man who, for a
pace, cast off the hac5Jc of civilization lo be her mate an exquisite
story of primitive love in absolutely primitive luncuudins.
By TORQUIL MACDONALD
T-IE tale of a woian who, for social ambitions and the glittering
tiusel of Lootloo life, baoiahed aO natural feeling and made love
an outcast from her life ; who Mcr&ced husband and child to the
notlungneas of social success a study of the type of modern woman in
whom the artificial hat superseded tLe natural.
YOUNG'S is a mcgazine of tKal. thi!ung fidion. Its stcria appeal
to the emotions. Thzy are tense, throhtji with life and the realbm
cf the heart. YOUNG'S short sloties will mae you laugh or cry,
smile or shudder they will never leave you unmoved. Pathos, humor,
passion, terror, each story is a miniature drama, set on life's ttage.
a. m r t tl
I j cents a copy: Si.DU a year. ror tale at all news
stands or will be mailed by publisher upon receipt of price.
YOUNG'S MAGAZINE, New York
27 a week from this eoniini? Monday. ! yars rid and it is understood !nv
hy an estct" aniountiiiK to SCk.'iOO.OP"
mr,to in ni.r r,l.hhar'E , or,, our raiiKS .OUl.Hne JOIiailiail ttlllier,
to the conclusion that it is because
our home folks are different; they
. 7 OUl Di SnPer IOrre OI lnelr -Tolm R.,rrrt V 1 n 4 n , lU -.enrs wife of n-:r Com-' Th- steamers which ar owned
friend, wo.hh m-irl .hZ Jjr'V adopted the following memorials I rade N. X. Coons, a members of thisjthat company will he put into service;
vtodi I S; f'to recen lv deceased comrades: ipost. died in th laconess hospital between this city and Quincy. the;
5Jer? boofther f 1 Somewhere! The Supreme Commander !at Peoria. 111., Feb. 25. V.U. and exact schedule to be announced later.;
w tten a wse remark mrn.nAhe in His infinite wisdom has taken from Whereas. Mrs. Coons was a men,-; The s.a of the river is such that
w r.lten a w ise reniarK imierninfo ll.e , .... .. .. i- i..v. r. t.- ri;r tlia rivenvon nntirinnto littln or nr,
1 our ranKS vomrane jonaman Miiuer, "cr vi .luuu rjunuu ihmisus iwuvl -- - - -- - :
a man unas&umine in his daily waiks;-orps -o. .. o- in;s my, a.ni nvu
of life as a citizen vet steadfast t residine; here was an earnest worker f the Carnival City company at Nine-(
and true in everv trust of dutv im-'in said corps, ready and willing toeenth street and First avenue will j
Dosed uiioi him "a errd soldier iu 1 sr.cririce self in doint the-work to probably h opened next week by Carl ;
time of his countrv's pe-il a lovinmake others eomfortal.h' and happy ; Manpan. n ho has served the compnny
and devoted husband s:.d father. at all times. A true and devoted (for the last seven years in ihe capac
good man and esteemed comrade; ! Christian woman, obedient to thejity of arcnt.
therefore, hn it ineeas of her fanuly and taitnful to j
Resolved, That we desire to hereby! her God. During her lrg illness of
convey cu'- heartfelt condolence to a-ute and hourly sufferinp; she exhibit-i
might be well for the latest mentor
of the American women to think
thereon. Beauty is a matter of lat
itude, likewise grace. The hero of
the Zambesi, given his pick of the
women of his race for a bride, would
select the one who happened to
weigh the most, and for many gen
erations the Chinese judged beauty
by the size of the wqman's feet, and
X4m.mm him i.i- V iV". ..,.., .-J
Sunday, March 19.
so it goes according to the land and i the family of our deceased comrade,
the neonle. We are now advised to That a cony of these resolutions be
be sliuipsy, to lean slightly to one : inserted upon th ircords of the post. ' complaint, Icngin? for the relief and
Work, Worth $2C,000.000. Dies.
New York, March IS. Frank
fd naught out true (h'-istian fortitude j Work, the multimillionaire railroad
and patience, without a murmur of!nian, find father of Mrs. Burke-
Mat nee ami Night.
& Pradfleld Freeent
side, to stand on one foot, to hold
the head high and throw our shoui-
a copy sti't to flic iair.ily and a copy
furnished the iia:ly papers with a lff-
that would come by death, r
the passing of a noble woman.
ders forward into a curve. Why not quest
add that we are also to simper. It same.
would tit the picture one gains in the;
mind's eye of the damsel following
such advice. Conjure that picture
up before you. It is hardly attract-1 Whereas,
published in tha
E. H. iiT'Civ.
C. fi. KNOX.
H. C. HARRIS,
Almihtv God who
i Whereas. Comrade Coor.s is now m
; the hospital at X)." .-oldrs" horn" at
Quincy. 11!.. stricke-i almost to blind-
! ness, there to undergo an operation to
both! relieve his sight
r'ifd 8t his home here yes
cf pneumonia. He was 92
i j-.J.. " -"'l: ( i,-i. 1
ive, now, is it? Certain graces go giveth and taketh axay life has sura-1 Resolved. That to Comrade Coono
with certain girls and they have , moned out colored comrr.de Jesse we herehy convey our ccarife'.t svm
them naturally. Few of them can ; Meekin! a human bein; born in Slav- pathy fur the deep affliction that he
be eutivated. We are not all uiade.ery anrj marje a fiec n,an nder the ' is t-nl.ed upon to bonr in the. la; s of
from the same model, and the he,: ! proclamation of I dent. Lincoln his beloved wife and his own suffer
ed rice 1 have ever heard given a :and he Thereafter puauoiicallv en-! ing with our sincere hoping and t rust-
girl was summed up in tue woras, hjsttd in the union annv in defense of! in- that his sicht and health may be
II . T?l ... Mn4.
ue yourueii. ror uo o.o uui our countrv !ind acair.s- the destrov-
graces of a European court. We doiers thereof a3 a,0 tJlR oppreS30rs ci
not take kindly to 'etiquetting. fine hig rat.e. therefore oe it
as it may seem and sure as the for- ) ReaoUe Tha. v e )l0nor n re.
eigners may De. mai we ao. our
girls who are just themselves, who
norrv ttiAir aMit-o hjiHIoa f rcto 1 ' o m fi
...-.j ...... , ...- ;,un, i-,.,,.: ,v. v, -
i .u .. . !. K ,lad aRy Hvinc; blood relations, or anv
i tiful, even though they may not be . . , . .. '. , .
pretty Jn feature or fine in figure.
; restored to him.
K. H. Bt'CK.
C. i?. KNOX.
J. C. STANTON',
Con; m it tee.
Our girls should be just our girls,
free from affectation and the asau ai
med manners of another land and
. L. 1 T -. .11 V, ......
citizens of these United States of
America. It is a proud title and
.one well worth while living up to
and despite our kindly intending
1 critics, I think we will manage to
''orry along and still manage to at
tract just such comment, because
we are ourselves and being that, so
different, they cannot appreciate or
spet and o;'-,mc-nd Comrade Me? kin '
for his patriotic spirit and soldier i
'L.r-, j Tr'jot" May Cjt Prices.
Washington. March Is.- As th" Or?:
one who thr.t especially cared for him! direct result of the government's auti-
we shall ever bear him in kindiy re- trust t.uir against ihe po-calK d ''ek-ctric
Nothing hut Feature Act
Kxp.x-ins; Mind Heading
Five Other Bigr Acta
l.OJ'O ljuigh and Two Teiir Tim
er, (1-it, it ami S renm
ingtjr Fui'ny wth
jmi:s y. ;rki: ami kosk
I Matinee PrWn 2r ami .W.
i Night i'rues 2.c, .Vic, 7.V I'-. 1
Sunday, March 19.
Joseph M. (iaitt'M Olfcr Ihe Ituohirig
Koni'ing, SwayniR, I'tmeful
Muslral C iiicdy Succchn,
membrance for reasons above stated.
E. H. BUCK,
C. B. KNOX,
C. J. STANTON,
Whereas. Mrs. Louisa J. Coons, aged
lamp trust," the department of justice j
has received intimations that the prices I
of nil ehctric light hnibs will be rdiic-
cd 3:', l-:)rer cent all over the 1'nitcd j
States. This means a paving to con-'
Kilmers of over f l.fMViift'i a yenr. !
I'"ree. Sunday matinee $5 in g"Id
and hig lov cf candy.
7 PASSENGER TOURING CAR
Six cylinder, 50 horsepower,
fully equipped, like above cut,
We have full ktne of Mitchell cr on hand ready to demonstrate
to prospective buyers. Call at our garage.
Now is the time to bny your car. Don't put
it off until the good weather lets in and the
factory is rashed with orders as well as we will
be. Put your order in early and we can give
yon a much better deal and deliver your car
just when you want it.
Mcfcril Model R Mitchell Model R Mitchell Model S
Record Season For River
A Musical Vervfori of "My Frteml
By Karl llo( hna. composer of
"Three Tv inn." "Bright Eye," "Th
(fir I of My lrcaiiju." "Madam Sher-
rv." etc; hook by Crank Hinithnon,
l.vcf. by W. C. Dun' fln.
I'!nl.irg'd ri Iu'hI ra. Company of lIMt.
Scats now on sale.
Prices 50c to $1.50.
POSTED OBSCENE PLACARD
Fire SpHng Valley Men Jailed for
Activie.esi at Recent Primary.
Spring Valley, HI., March 18. Al
fred Baggalino, Pietro Naziero, Tadco
Caldero, Benny Zadill, and Romano
Cunerio, live Spring Valley residents,
were convicted yesterday of a viola
tion of the city ordinances relating to
obscene placards, and sentenced to
1 serve six months In the county Jail at
' Princeton. Posters they nailed np
(throughout the city on the morning of
the primary election reflected on the
city administration and were consider
1 ed a breach of decency.
"From present indications, 1911 1 beds, and knowing the exact location
pearl fishings from the upper Missis- of the bi valves, the pearl seekers ex-
sippl river will be fully as Kreat or pect to nave no tronb.e in keeping
greater than those of the past year.
And in 1910 the big river gave up
busy this season.
; Strange to say. few extraordinary
or rare pearls were found along the
despite th fact thai
The Old Reliable
Single ramble scat.
4 cylinder. 30 iot
power, fully equip
Surrey eat. 4 cylin
der. SO hofM- power,
7 paaefnger tmtrfng
car, 6 cylinder, 50
horse power, folly
$1200 $1250 $2250
We have on display at the Udders' Garage, Eigh
teenth street and Fourth Avenue, Rock Island, a com
plete line of Mitchell cars. -
CHAS. M. ZEMAN AUTO CO.
310 and 314 Main street, Davenport, Iowa.
aaou ' QIC! d.1 lO lllQU V v I UV" ! rlVCT
u,e' fcala AnKeny or ueiievue, fhe ma,ket was flooded wi:h bushels
Iowa. The Iowa man Is an authority !of wl)lte 3 from fne MlM,,Blpp,.
on pearls and travels extensively. ; Manv worth several hundred dollars
often to foreign lands, selling pearls, j were marketed bv lam dig-ers of
Mr. Ankeny attribute-, the 1910 in- Muscatine. Winona and 1 Crosse,
crelse In fishings to the low stage few brought as much as 11 nan to
of water in the Mississippi river dur-1 as has been the cas in other
lng the entire season. Judging from ; 8eagon9
weather reports and forecasts, and! vmwtt htanHmo- n i.tu,,
reports that northern tributaries arejthat there are 8tlil ric.h ri,fs fr,r tne.
uul cuuir,uullD lue UBUai uiuiue j peari fisher. Mr. Ankenv savS that
J. P. Williamson's new. and 2d
.-fi'i A "5FTrir:---. ' t I" 2 hand store has returned to rtork la.
fc'h'fA r.'il rfr'f0i'M'9 i,and nf wl hm conducted under
sJt-i ' A r-''mhT-l" U firm name of t-arnev & Thorn i
son. It ruDi iu- ihe tame as "J.
P." us'd to run it. We py
more for y.ir goods and sell cheaper
than anyone else.
Horses Bought ? Sold
Express Service and Hauling of
C. H. THORNHILL
318 22d St. Phone W. 91
CARNEY & THOMPSON
wi; ntohk c;mus.
Old Phx.ne MHH .-i25 Secoixl Ae.
Kik Maud. 111.
water to the mother stream, the pearl j statistics gathered In 1910 prove that
; tat UUIiBI,l IB II I 1 I K Vt l 1 i H ill I DM
tnei lower river. The . fertile fields of
expert believes he has erred in pre
dieting continued low water In
season now opening. years to come are located between fit.
The past season, states Mr. Ankeny, J I ouig and st pau, , agt ypar Mngra.
brought to light much information t1ne diptcers were the bigE;e3t harvest
that will prove Invaluable to this! f th(. .h-,,r rnn,Mni,,
years ciam nsners. oecause 01 me But reports of last rears great
shallows many rich clam beds that in,peari harvest should not lead the seek-!
A Fleroe Nlgfet Alarm
is the hoarse, startling congh of a
child, suddenly attacked by croup.
Often It aroused Lewis Chamblln of
Manchester. Ohio (R. R. No. ,2) for
their four children were greatly sub
led to croun. "Sometimes in sever
attacks." he wrote, -we were afraid l e'!:eJrH..h rw,,; " ? pCarlS 10 be mis,ead inU
they would die, but since we proved C4use fv,b5 gr!atJ , ITVJ ,hinkin that h be able 10 P--
J ' fishef! -nit and vielded rich re- j , ,
v. . ii-'iie kixju (ifu.s ei io prices, says
turns in pearin. wnue ine river waajjjjg
unusually low, the fishers drafted
. . 1 . - J. . U . .. M n 1 ,1 t
cnana nicn wviku iue ""ueu be this season. It is true that pearls
j of inferior grade are cheaper than
Cam hA UahcaIoaa. eer before
ui iiiu iiuuocnccfici
what a certain remedy Dr. King
New Discovery is, we have no fear.
We rely on it iar croup and for
coughs, colds or any throat or lung
trcubie." 81 do taousands of others.
So may you. Asthma, hay fever,
grip, whooping cough, hemorrhages
Cy before it, 50 cents and $1. Tria!
bottle free. Sold by all druggist.
good gems at low
expert, for good pearls wer?
1 scarce last year and most likely will
Rheumatism Relieved In Six Hours, i
Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheuma
tism usualy relieves severest cases
in a few hoars. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and effective.
It removes at once the cause and the -dose
greatly benefits. 76e and $1.00. j
iSold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second;
I Ave.. Rock Island and Gust Schegel, :
1 20 W. Second St., Davenport, i
"Mississippi river pearls." said Mr.
How 2 Sc. Can Be Made ta Sv : Ankeny. "will go to all sections of the
Hundreds of Dollar ; globe this year. Pome of the grer.-est -
True economy Is the spending- of Ealt 'a;" bels cave petered o;.t. and j
uonsy to the best advantage, and there as the Mississippi river furnishes
is no better household economv than . , . , , . i
the purchase and uee rt Siearns' Eltc- roost or the fresn water pear s, Eur-j
tnf ftD1 Koach Paste. io;e, as well as this country, will be i
A 25c boa will often prevent the de- ,. . . ... . , , J. 1
struction of hundreds of dollars of dependent upon the Mississippi d:?ger.
property, by thoroughly exterminating I
the rata and mice which rnaw and eat r, . . , . .,, . !
articles of value. It la also sure death , 11 v il not " lon8 now till th .
to cockroaches, waterbugs, and other season on the upper Mississippi i in i
vermin. ' , , ... '
Be sure to get the ,al" wmg. as nas
tearna uec- The Arzus. the CarrJ
renuine; ZZc end II e
trie Paste Company, Chicago, IU.
been stated in
val City Packet I
company will open iij season March i
for mor than thirty ypars have bn endors
ed by eminent phyif iati.
The waters are unxir.janiu'd by sny of the
world's natural rr:inra! ua-rs and un'jailed
in thf trea'rnt-nt of rhujm.iMn'u. fywihs.
constipa'ion. liver atid kidii"y I'm.
itril'-n am of
r'i' 11 in in,.
'lf in a l-jiitf-il i..rt. 7.1
.r thf R.k k I'lari'l I.i-iph, wlil. h
If ct traiii "rvl"-.
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