ACTRESS ILL NO SHOW
Mtos Lola Bridge, of Empire Dramatic
Company, Has Badly Ulcerated
Tonsils and Is Unable to Go On
Manager Tapp Cancels Engagement.
Miss Lola Bridge, leading lady of the
Empire Dramatic Company, which was
to have closed its engagement at the
Odeon this evening, is ill at her room
at the Stoddart, snflcring an attack ot
toosilitis. Aliss Bridge appeared as
usual last night, but was suffering
even then. When a physician was
cajled today it was tound that both her
tonsils were badly ulcerated. The phy
sician forbade his patient appearing
Because the company lias
I BUSBY BROS., Mgrs—Tel. 262X
Saturday, Jan. 18
In the Latest Musical Comedy Succest
LITTLE DOLLIE DIMPLES
"With an Excellent Supporting Com
pany of Forty People.
All Musical Numbers a Hit.
PRICES ... .25, .50, .75, $1.00 and $1.50
1* Seats on Sale Friday 10 a. m.
-Sunday, Jan. 19
jTHE SENSATIONAL MELO-DRAMA
Four Acts and Specialties.
PRICES 25, 35 and 50 cents
Seats on Sale Saturday 10 a. m.
•5—ALL STAR ATTRACTIONS—5
J. CHAS. HAYNES & CO.,
•V Comedy Dramatic Sketch. •.
If HARRY STEELE,\
Comedian and Roller Skate Dancer.
Bijouscope's Latest Moving Pictures
Matinee Wednesday, 3 p. m.
Ki-Ri-Ri Japanese Acro
His First Gi^ar
ADMISSION 5 CENTS
Change of Program
THE TALE OF THE MOUSE
THE GIRL WHO DID NOT BE
LIEVE IN SANTA CLAUS
Song: "MY VIRGINIA"
•iDor.-'t Fail to See
ADMISSION 5 CENTS
ffDRS. H. 4 A. C. FRY
.. .. TTOMEOI'ATHIC PKYS N'S
General practice. Airs. Fry makes dis
eases of women a specialty. I. II. Fry,
the ryr car. nose and throat a special
ty. Office and residence iu tiie
Fry block, 102-104 West Main.
PERCY R. WOOD, M. D.
J. M. HOLT,
a a a
EXAMINATION of ABSTRACTS
BANKRUPTCY proceedings ami PRO
BATE matters given special attention.
Office, 16 West Main Street.
MARSHALJ-TOWN .... IOWA
BIN FORD FARBEK,
Attorn ey« ot Law.
MAP" ^ALLTO J/tM, IOWA
Qffio* in Brown & Binford
Block, second floor.
The City in Brief
Skate at the Victoria.
Dr. Lierle—Eye and ear.
woman to play the character in A
Hero of the Hills," and because the
company has no other bill that has
rot been seen here. Managev Tapp de
cided to cancel the engagement.
It is believed that by resting tonight
Miss Bridge will be able to appear dur
ing the remaining three nights Grin
nell, where the company is booked for
Miller, jeweler. 108 East Main.
Dr. Bullard, osteopath. JS E. Main
Big masquerade tonight at band tair choose from,
at Forney's hull.
See our Quicker Vet washing ma
chine. Home & Gelvin.
Teams wanted to haul ice. Enquire
at river. Marshall Ic6 Co.
We carry a complete stock of alum
inum ware. Home & Gelvin.
Regular Pythian dance tonight atj
castle hall, beginning at 8:30.
Just received a supply ot special
automobile batteries. A. \\". Carroll
A beautif uTun?*ot "nigs, and other)
W H. Hood "win" have a osing on*. I
sale January H0V hve unlet, not theast of
If interested in the fish and gann
I laws ot Iowa, ask Home & \ielvin for
abstract of 1.908.
More than four miles of Val and
torchon laces on sale at
The Oalisophian club met Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. C. Road.iouse, and
continued its regular study.
Be sure your Hour is labeled "Kelly's
Famous" and you will ha v. the best
your money can buy.
New rugs aa'd
worth while thinking about? Marion'
been christened Thomas Dale. Mrs.
to sixteen ot her lady friends at
Pa Minn. The color scheme was green
Skate at the Victoria.
Ing daily at Marion Gard's. Your in-
spection of this' magnificent stock is
invited. Marion Gard.
o'clock. Admission 5 and :t0 cents.
Twenty tier cent discount on table
linen, napkins and all domestics dur
ing our clearance sale. Nettie Ingledue
&. Co., the up-to-date dry goods house.
I Sunday night January IS' the sensa
tional melodrama, entitled 'The Hid
den Hand' 'will be the attraction at the
Odeon theater. Prices 20, 35 and 50
Rev. P. H. Hines. of the State Street
United Evangelical church, Is at Man
ly, wWre he will remain for ten days
"assisting in special services now in
Dr. Wood, eye, throat, noseband
at Forney's hall.
dltl & Ca the up
Attend the annual clearance sale.
Everything at discount price. Nettie greatest success of any (lour ever put
Ingledue & Co., the up-to -date dry-
the notes were given to J. W. Camp- man.
bell, and assigned to t.ieir present
We have the largest s:ock of blank Master Clyde Gard, son of Mr. and
I books in the city and can supply you I Mrs. Marion Gard, 102 North Ninth
with anything you may need in that' street, fell while returning home trom
i\ iiii au,f iiiiiJa
line. We have a few aumbers that: school Tuesday afternoon, and
will be sold at special prices to tained a fr-acture of tho right clavicle.
them out. Get your blink books at Young Gard was 12 yearn old Tues
this store. Simmons' Book Store. day, and his playmates had become
aware of the fact and were attempting
I and white, and the hostess was assist- „x__,
ed in serving by Mrs. Charles Hughes
and Miss Maybel French. The after
noon was enjoyed socially.
("has. Kinninger has added to his
horse shoeing shop equipment a Bene
dict Safety Horse Shoeing Rock for
the purpose of shoeing ugly and unruly
horses without cruelty to the animal.
All ugly and unruly hones will be shod
at his shop, rear 113-117 East State,
free of charge, Monday Jan. i!0. This
is the only horse shoeing rock in Mur
I shall county for shoeing ugly and un
ruly horses. Clias. Kinninger. agent.
The tiii'^t eoffet- substitute ever
rt-ccntly been produced by
Dr. Shoop. of liacine. Wis. You don't
have to boil it twenty or thirty min
litts. "Made in a tnii.iile," sav-: the
doctor. "Health Coffee." is really the
closest coffee imitation ever yet pro
duced. Not a grain o:' real coffee in
it. either. Health Coffee Imitation is
made from pure toas:ed .cereals or
grain®, with malt. nut. etc. Really it
would fool an es'.»erl-V»vere he to tin-
knowingly drink it for :offee. Sold by
C. H. Culley.
Skates lrom 65 cents to $3. Home
tonight at band fair
Air rifles from 75 cents to $1.50.
Home & Lielvin.
Buy the Apex coaster wagon, price
$4. Home & lielvin.
Teams wanted to haul ice. Kmiuire
at river. Marshall ice Co.
A lace sale of importance at M. F.
Andrews—7.J00 yards at oc per yard to
Attend the baud tair every night this
week. MotU'v will be used for Jband
concerts next summer.
Try a sack of "Kelly's Famous" flour
for the best bread, biscuits and pastry.
Ask your grocer for it.
New, clean Val and torchon laces,
7.^00 yards, all 5e per yard. Just ar
rived, at M. F. Andrews.
goods house. iahvavs please the consumer. Ask your Monday afternoon was at the home of
Lroeer for it Mrs. A. Janney, and next week will be
"Kelly's Famous" Hour will make g™-tr ior iu^ I
friends in every household. It is white, Tonight is tiie last night of the Em-' large attendance, including one guest,
clean and the best in the land. Ask pjre Dramatic Company's engagement
your grocer for it.
Mrs. Uriah Bittner, 432
The art and mustedepartment of the street, was removed to the Singleton
Women's club will meet Thursday hospital today for treatment. rs.: siderably improved today, altho still
afternoon with Mrs. \V. T. Bennett,1 Bittner has been suffering since March confined to the house.
North First avenue. last with tuberculosis of the knee
Everybody come, entertainment at
school house, Taylor town-j
willow mil scnooi iiuuse, i.tyiMi .... 'a
,hlp. Thursday .v,n,nS. J. n, 16. at 8 rtb r.
Carl Bratt went to Minneapolis last Tuesday
night and will enter the employ of a nomi" UC'
land agency in an office capacity. The Ladles' Aid society of the Con
igregational church will be entertained
tiwt dance of the second series
rfnk1 sr «•w
.,n A „fi lights, citv water, sewerage, bath and
at M. F. Andrews.
Supply your future wants in laces
and embroideries, remember von get
jnterest to every woman in the
Gard. county and will be worth while reading Austria.
The Shakespeare society enjoyed its word for word.
weekly meeting Tuesday afternoon at
the T. P. Marsh home, with Miss Ger
trude Tomlinson. The regular read
ing was continued.
1 have hired Mr'pred
The petition says get the best for your money. J.
The celebrated "William Kelly Fa- inistei- the customary "spank
nious Flour" Is made in a new, clean,
Famous" is guaranteed please you or best musical hits of the season. It is
vour monev refunded, ivsk your gro- called "Little Tollie Dimples' and af
cer for it. *01'(ls' Miss Cameron more scope to
Birth cards issued by Mr. and Mrs.
nouncc the advent of a son. who hasjknown
I hurt, of lOldora. a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. K. Gearhart. now of Arapahoe.
Nob. Mr. Crc-llin is a son of Mr. and! The Royal Highlander drill team and
crellin of this city. [the herald and guide entertained Cap
tail) J. K. Starboard, wife, and family,
Mrs. W. H. Gilbert, 418 North Fifth I
street, was hostess Tuesday afternoon home of
[o'clock luncheon, complimentary after which a dainty three-course lunch
'Mrs. R. D. Sprague. of Caledonia,
hHrguUu but mU(lt 8eU quU.k.
The regular meeting of the Baptist for the purpose of attending the fun
Hill Bible class was held Tuesday aft- eral of Brother Clias. E. McMains.
ernoon at the home of Mrs. Br&mer, H. G. Hoeck, V\ M.
West Linn street. I j,-_ Walker went to Cedar Rap
You can save 25 "per "cent by buying ids Tuesday to attend the Cedar
dress goods and silks during our clear- Rapids poultry show, which is in pro
ance sale. Nettie Ingledue & Co., the gross. Or. N. E. Mighell of this city,
up-to-date dry goods house. has a number of fowls on exhibition
33 1-3 per cent discount. Nettie. Ingle- turned from a very delightful month's
"Kelly's Famous" is meeting with the
on t!le murket.
at the Odeon, w^en they will put on joyed.
arriv- ^eautlful(comed^drama, '"A Hero
Hawthorne club met Tuesd
My prices on furniture and floor
coverings are always 20 to 25
cent lower than my competitors. A 10, jjpomeries. ine announcement, m»| ...
•per cent discount for cast. Isn't this
Whitnell 'fuesdey filed suit fresh and smoked meats, and dressed jboughfpTopertv at Dumont. where
against C. P. Ankrum to collect on chickens on Saturdays Give me your has
notes, claimed to be overdue and tin- orders. Phone new
as my meat cutter and have given him Colorado Springs and Boulder Col
full charge of the meat market de- where he will visi ^it.l spnng
part men and will keep a fine line oS his son and daughter.^Mr. Billig has
ErcTLainson, who re-
owner. 1 turned from Cedar Rapids Monday A. Brenneck wh|ch was tried a
L. A. Gfrtoni of ""Melbourne, Iowa, night, where Mr. Surt, wSapSled Tuesday to the dis
says he inserted a "For Sale" In the urday attending the annual meeting
Times-Republican offering' male pigs of the Hawkeye (ommercial Mens.
for sale and the results were more association, went to Gilman Tuesday
than satisfactory. He sold every pig to spend the. day with Mrs. Lain
thru the medium of the advertisement son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
and had calls for as many more. Sparks.
fTI »*1 VI /I UtlG«
In the tuss
modern, up-to-date mill, where they
use only the best recleanod. hard wheat Charming Grace Cameron comes to
and where their motto is "cleanliness the Odeon Saturday night, January 18
I and |uality." Every sa jk of "Kelly's in what is promised to be one of the
ie the boy fell.
singers and mu-,
f'relHn formerly Gertrude Gear- successful attraction.
50, cents, $1 and $1.50.
Ladies admitted free at Victoria.
See our floor coverings. Marion
Big masquerade tonight at band fair
at Forney's hail.
Seven thousand two hundred yards
of lace, all 5c per yards, at M. F.
Regular meeting Eastern Star to
night. Installation of officers. Jennie
Bratt. VY. M.
-Mr. and Mrs.' Peter Peterson. 60.".
South Sixth street, are parents ot a
son, burn to them Tuesday night.
Thad D. ICvans, formerly of Mar
shalltown. but now of Tulsa, Okla is
in tins city for a brief stay on busi
"Kelly's Famous" is tlie flour that
will make every lady using it famous
as a bread baker. Ask your grocer
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Packer, of El
bert, Col., who have been visiting with
.Mr. Packer's uncle and aunt, Mr. an I
Mrs. Benjamin Packer, left for their
rnoon by Mrs. E. W..
former's home, 105 North Second ave-
Marshall Lodge No. 108 A. F. &
A. M.. will meet at the Masonic
hall tomorrow afternoon at 1:30
at the Cedar Rapids show.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Matson have re-
.to-date dry goods wedding trip to Citronelle, Ala., Mo-
1,'ew Orleans and other places in
the south. They spent a part of the
visiting Mr. Matson's relatives.
Fullv guaranteed to The meeting of the Lntre Nous club
with Mrs ChttrJes
10 20 and 30
continued its study of the subject,
"Foreshadowings From the Time of
Isaiah." Mrs. A. F. Balch is the leader
Frank Beeson's butcher shop at 29
North Center street, invites your trade.
EJest of fresh and smoked meats, poul
try, always on hand. Prompt service.
Reasonable prices. Give us a trial.
Frank Beeson. I
the Meth- "°on at
odist church will be entertained Tluirs-
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. erside.
W. Sparks, 514 North Third
Hull. There was a
Mrs. Getz, and a nice meeting was en
Mrs- Perc" R-
.ten by her pet dog about a week ago.
land who has been suffering for the
Union past few days from a badly swollen
It the principal cities of Germany and
A. N. Billig, of Clear Lake, was in
city Tuesday on his way to
^j0jneSj Tuesday evening at the
was the birthday of Mr.
Starboard, who was here for the work
of installing the officers of Iowa castle.
Mr. and Mrs. Starboard will return to
Des Moines tomorrow afternoon.
The funeral of Miss Lucy O. Mc
Broom was held Tuesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock from the Baptist church,
Mr. .Billig got
were the feature of the evening,
was served. It was learned during the
waa icamcn uuim&
even ng that it
and was very largely attended. The' mother, Mrs, Anna Bennett, recently
services were in charge of Rev. James
McGee. assisted by Rev. C. H. Morris,
of the Christian church. The music
was furnished by a quartet. The pall
hearers were friends from both
churches. Messrs. Ray Scott. Ray
"U'elker. Karl Roberts. Harry Speers,
Fred A. Moore and George Lincoln,
the latter three were from the P.nptist
.Sunday school class to which Miss Mc
Rror.m belonged. Among the many
were pieces from the
B. T. P. I"., the Baptist Sunday school
class, the Philatliea class. Daisy Drake
I circle and Christian Endeavor of the
Christian church, the teachers of the
First ward school, and pupils- of Miss
Maud McProom's room, besides niany
beautiful tokens of esteem from in
rtlv'dual friends. Interment was in
due to blood poisoning, is con
Mr. S. G. Bentley, of Minneapolis,
who has been in the city a month, and
has been ill for several days at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stanton,
6 North Second street, is somewhat
improved today. Mr. Bentley's daugh
ter, Miss Neva, is with him.
The body of the late Charles
McMains, of Oklahoma City, Okla., will
reach the city tonight at 11:25, and will
be conveyed to the home of the de
ceased's brother, Robert McMains, 309
South First avenue, from where the
funeral will 'be held Thursday after-
Alt-s. J. H. Mfheaii. Mrs. Charles Glick
and Miss Rachel Cannon assisting.
Tomorrow "the"~X^v England opens months' In Denmark, his native country
Par up its new line of wash goods and em- Germany. He will lan at
broideries. The announcement in his, Hamburg, and in addition to visiting
today will be of espe- *}«. ,home,
o'clock, conducted by Rev.
Ij- B- Hix*
Interment be in
Chris Johannson, a member of the
firm of Johannson Bros., left the city
Tuesday afternoon for a visit of four
Lake a *,
case of B. B. McClure against
a writ of alleged errors.
MeClure, who is a merchant police and
night watchman, sued Brenneck for
pay for watching his place of business
at night. MeClure was given judgment
of $24.75 by Justice Millard.
Two teachers of the county schools
are away from their schools because
of sickness. Miss Effie Lee Pierce,
teacher of fhe primary department of
the demons schools, is sick of pneu
monia at the home of relatives in
Searsboro. Miss Laura Reed, of this
city, is supplying her place. Miss
Eddyth Clem, teacher of school No. 2,
of LeGrand township, is sick at her
home with grippe. Miss Mary Chinn,
of LeGrand township, is supplying for
fords' Miss Cameron more scope to:®nd
display her ability than any vehicle in Vouvth avenue Tuesday evening the
been seen. She
Chrster Crellin. of Mi ineapolis. an- .Slirrm]n^ed by a company of forty well di.nf an"u'^r.y'
A pleasant surprise was given to Mr.
Mrs- J- A- l' erree,^
occasion being their twenty-fifth wed-
ied baskets and took pos-
the second year of sess.on of..the house, treating Mr. and
a year or ,—,
bride and groom of
twenty-five years ago. One of the most
pleasant features of the occasion was
the presence of Mrs. Ferree's mother,
Mrs. G. W. Larson, of Roland, who is
75 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Ferree re
ceived many useful presents in silver.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Larson. Mr. and Mrs. O. Howen, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Larson, Mr. George Larson
and Mrs. Rebecca Johnson, all of Ro
land Mr. and Mrs.. A. F. Brackney. of
demons: Mrs. Charles Hurd and
daughter, of this city, all relatives of
Mr. and Mrs. Ferree.
Mrs. Harry Friend, 104 North Cen
ter street, was hostess to about thirty
lady friends at five hundred, Tues
day afternoon, complimentary to her
of Seattle, but now making her home
with Mr. and Mrs. Friend Mrs. S.
Feinberg. who recently moved here
from Milwaukee, and Miss Carrie
Presslar, of Fort Wayne, Ind. The
prize for first honors went to Mrs. A.
Miggin, and Mrs. R. W. McBride and
Mrs. Jasper Fisher cut for second
honors, the prize going to Mrs. Mc
liride. Miss Ethel Robinson, of Ke
ota. waited on the door, while Mrs.
Will Bennett and Mrs. Charles P.
helped receive. These three la
dies also assisted the,hostess in serv
ing a two-course lunch. The color
scheme was red. and each table was
lighted by red candles with red shades.
The chandelieres were decorated .to
represent large red poppies. Mrs.
Charles Loftier, of Sioux Calls, S. D..
was the only other out-of-town guest.
Toi!e DuNords. 100 oieces
toile dunord ginghams worth
17c, our price
13c per yard
Just received a shipment of the
New Golden Browns
a new and complete line of the most stylish
and serviceable boots and oxfords for spring
to go to
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes,
Perfect Fit and Wear
New Wash Goods
We beg to announce our opening of the above lines for tomorrow morn
ing at Eight o'clock.
the handsome sets and novelties in swisses, nainsooks and cambrics, we
early inspection of them. We have purchased some beautiful
novelties in short lengths ^'V
demand for this class of goods is owing to the durability of the cloth and permanency
of the colorings. Your inspection is invited of our line of new linens in plains and
fancies for waistings and suitings. Fine Silk Organdies. Fine
fancy weaves for summer wear. New Percales. New Ducks.
Gingham. 100 pieces ging
hams worth 12 1 2c, go on
10c per yard
Up-io-Date Styles in
It is needless for us to expatiate on
For the first time in our history we will show a line of
genuine Scotch Ginghams of our own importation. The
Percales. 50 pieces yard
wide percales, excellent
10c per yard
Make our daylight rest room your headquarters when in the business portion of the city.
You will find this on the second floor, a room by itself, with two large windows giving an out
look on the street.
E. R. LAV
Sole Agency Home Journal Patterns. The only pattern accompanied by a Guide Chart.
and light weight
Special. 25 pieces corset.^
19c per yard.
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