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Opera House in Connection.
Two boys, oae of them a youthful
incorrigible, are under arrest
i.rf-ufcinsr and entering the plant
the Davennort Leaf Tobacco eouipan
better known as the Haafc Cigar fac-
torv on Fourth street and western
avenue. They will be sent before
Jndee Bollineer as candidates for the
reform school. The two boys are Dan
Conners and Willie harcom, agea
and 13 years respectively.
Davenport, Iowa, March 16, 1905
Western Flour Mill Co.,
We use ' GOLDRIM ' Flour
sively in our hotel, because
us good results. Also because
lieve in patronizing home industries.
Yours very truly,
GORMAN & HARRISON,
March 2'J "Peck's Bad Boy."
March 30 "The Tenderfoot."
April 2 For Her Sake.
April C New Railroad Jack.
April 4 "Yankee Consul."
April Ti, (i mid 7 "Egypta."
April S Mildred Holland.
April 9 Fabio-RomanJo.
April 10 and week Jack Besscy
April 22 His Highness the Bey. .
April 21 and -week Guy Hickman
Carle Has Pretty Show.
Richard Carle, in "The Tenderfoot."
is a most attractive personage. He is
accompanied by about as pretty a bevy
of charming girls as ver graced the
stage of the Illinois theatre, where this
merry gentleman will hold forth Thurs
day evening. The aforesaid gathering
of femininity constitutes the chorus of
this tunefully successful musical play.
The cast, as seen here, will be nearly
identical with that exploited during the
metropolitan runs. Theatregoers of
Nearly Everybody Has
Don't Know it.
Food Stops in the Bowels and Rots in
the System The Results?
Decay, poison and pollution, not only
of I'vcry tliliiK in yu. lut ot cvrry
in. nit hf nl you hall vat in the future,
until you K-t ril of rnnvtiputlon.
lo you wonder why you have bad
blood. lad liifntli, sores. pimpN-s. sal
low complexion, sour rnl diseased
ftomiicli. deouyed luns. hnl liver, dis
afl kiilncv. t'emal trouble, typhoid
fever, uppetulK-jtis. wenkness. iiiruni
n ess, run down and Kvneral bad health.
wncn evci y uop i your iio.u con
tatns the (terms of rotttcx food?
Oct clean rid your system of this
Tout mnss thiil is unaeriiilniriK your
lieulth. tlood heallli is vtiUim n jc!i If
you will accept It
A physio cn't help you makes you
worse you know this froiri expel lem-e.
Jt paralyaes the lowel musi les atid in
crease tle stoppage. .Mull a Or.ipc
Tonic is not a physic: differ from any
thing else known. It take the poison
strengthens the bowel muscles
makes you entirely new. sweet and
clean inside, same us a castile soap Kith
make? you outside. After that wtinlc
iim' food. frcsli air nd exticis will
Uo the rest
It 1st not too late to recover your
health. Act today. One Inutile of
Mull s tlrape Tonic tlocs wonders it is
unlike, nnythinr else you have ever
used. Two or three bottle may cure
you entire! suppose It takes six.
you'd be thankful.
Sprinic is here. It" time to cb.in
bouse and totie up inside. Mull's tlrape
Tonic will K've you a new. clean, fresh
bo'v. Your loss" If you do not accept it.
This offer may not appear inln.
this city have been anticipating the
arrival of this production for some
time, and from present indications its
reception will be commensurate with
Peck's Bad Boy.
Among all the farce comedies on
tour few have met with the praise that
lias been accorded the I,eroy J. French
"Peck's Bail Boy." Probably one of
the reasons of its success is the admira
ble manner in which the play is staged
and produced. The company is one of
unusual merit, the players being all
well known in the farce-comedy field.
Pleasing specialties are an added feat
ure, several well-known vaudeville acts
being engaged. It will be here tomor
For Her Sake.
It can probably be said with safety
that the American people as a whole
are little acquainted with the litera
ture of Russia. The.theatregoing pub
lic find it faithfully reflected, however.
in modern stage productions. One of
the best of the Russian plays, accord
ing to all accounts, is "For Her Sake,"
a tale of love and intrigue and suffering
in the Siberian convict mines. It is a
pretentious stage production, and it will
be offered here next Sunday evening.
The company is a large one, and the
play is equipped scenically, it is said,
with great fidelity to the requirements
of facts and with small regard for ex
Iense. It is credited with a leavening
of original comedv.
HIGHER SALARIES FOR THE
Object of a Bill That State Association
May Soon Present to the
Send this coupon and your druff
frist'n name to Mull's Orsp Tome
companv. J1S Third avenue. Rock
It-land. 111., ard receive an order on
yoirr-1rvirc!t for a free bottle of
Mull' tlrajH- Tor.io.
Write yr aaa aad add ma plain
ly oa a r pa rate flere oC paper aad
auall at owce with t his roupoa.
Some time this week the legislative
committee of the state association 'of
county school superintendents will hold
a meeting in Springfield to consider
school legislation. Among the matters
to be considered at the meeting will be
the following bill drafted by County
Superintendent Edwards, of Lee coun
ty: "County superintendents elected here
after, shall receive in full for all serv
ices rendered by them, in counties of
the first class $1,250 per annum, in
counties of the second class $1,C50 per
annum, in counties of the third class
$3,500 per annum, payable quarterly
from the state school fund. Provided,
however, that the county board or
county commissioners may allow addi
tional compensation for such services,
payable quarterly from the county
treasury. The auditor, in making his
warrant to any county for the amount
due it from the state school fund. 6hall
(deduct from it the several amounts for
j which warrants have been issued to
the county superintendents of said
county, since the next preceding ap
portionment of the state school fund."
i mere are 5.' counties of the first
class, 49 of the second class, aod one
oi me tmrd class. Counties under 23 -Ooo
belong to the first class. Counties
above 23.000 belong to the second clav
with the exception of Cook, which is
It is quite likelv
Want New Trial.
Lane & Waterman, attorneys for
Michael Conrov have filed a motion
with the clerk of the court wherein
thev ask a new trial, setting fort
errors of the county attorney in h
opening statements to the jury pre
vious to its examination; of the court
in failing to sustain the defendant a
motion to exclude Burner's evidence
as also in other rulings made by
Last of Theatre.
The closing chapter in the career
of the Davenport theatre in this city
was enacted yesterday, when all the
remaining effects, including some o:
tables and between 400 and 500 chairs
were sold at public auction by Consta
ble Byron Rnmsey to satisfy a mort
gage held by Frank Harter and by niiu
assigned to the Drake Furniture &
Carpet company. The goods were
bought in by the above company for
Threat to Kill.
James Morris, a tall distinguished
looking fellow, was placed i:ndcr a
rest on complaint of a woman name 1
Bert loftier, with whom he had at one
time been enamoured. Miss Lefller i:
one of the denizens of the East Side
She told the police that a woman call
ing herself Delia Fox had repeated to
her a conversation which she had wita
Morris, and which was to the effeci
that he, Morris, would put a bullet into
his exsweet heart, whensoever be would
meet her. This threat alarmed tho
I-offler woman, who repeated it to the
ofiicers with the result that Morris
was arrested, and booked for threat
ening to commit a public offense.
Sunday evening a deaf and dumb
child named Cronk, living, on Second
street near Davie, was struck by a
Rock Island switch engine as he was
crossing the tracks which bisect Sec
ond street near the Independent Malt
ing company's plant. The child is be
tween C and 7 years of age. and owing
to its physical defects could not hear
the approach of or the ringing of the
warning bell on the locomotive. The
switch engine is provided with a foot
'.Kiard instead of a pilot, and was mov
ing very slowly. The footboard struck
the child and tossed him from the
track, saving his life.
Another pioneer German and Catho
lic entered into rest yesterday morn
ing, when Lorenz Rogge passed to his
reward. Death came after an illness of
several months' duration at his home,
123C West Eighth street. Deceased
was born in Baberstedt. Germany, Nov.
1, 1S38, and was CO years eild when he
died. In 1SC4 he was married to Dor
othea Meinhardt, who survives him
with the following children: Philip L.,
living on the old homestead in Sheri
dan township; Mrs. John A. Freund.
Mrs. Ignatz Freund and Mrs. Albert
Freund, of Pleasant Valley township.
Mrs. Magdalena Lehmkuhl died at
her home two miles east of Mt. Joy,
Sunday evening at (1:30 o'clock, after
a long illness extending over a year's
duration. She was- born in Probstei,
Holstein, July 29. 1S44, and came to
this country with her mother and rela
tives in 1SC3. " ,f"'
At Dr. Benadom's sanitarium, 623
When you can fret initant relief
and quickly and radically
AST H MA
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Asthma is an inflammatory
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it. Costs only a dollar. At
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800 Hickory Street, SL Leais, Mo.
Main street, yesterday, occurred the
death of Mrs. Angle Verd Wolverton.
wife of Conductor Ely W. Wolverton.
of the C, M. & St. P. railway, aged
33 years. Deceased resided in Des
Moines, but had been here taking
treatment for a complication of dis
eases which caused her death. Be
sides her husband two children. Leo
and Frank, both at home in Des
Moines, survive. The remain will be
taken to Stuart. Iowa, where the fun
eral will be held and interment wifi
At noon Sunday, at the Scott county
hospital, aged 72 years, occurred the
death of William Jensen, who was
born in Germany and came here when
a boy. residing here ever since, f.e
is survived by several children.
At the Scott county infirmary Sun
day occurred the death of Ernst Lang
behn. at the age of 44 years.
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Two Die in Week.
Pathetic indeed is the trouble that
has come to the family of J. M. Dailey,
a colored resident of this city, who
lives at 1G29 Thirteenth avenue. To
have two sons claimed by death in a
few days, under the most trying cir
cumstances, is the tale. Last week the
10-year-old son, Calvin, died of cere
brospinal meningitis. The mother ac
companied the remains to Louisiana,
there to inter them. She has not yet
returned. Yesterday morning another
son, a young man, died of tuberculosis.
Adolph Edwards, of Twenty-fifth
street and Sixth avenue, and Miss Ella
Harris, for several years a teacher of
the grade school corps of the city
schools, will be married before the
summer has fled. Mr. Edwards is a
prominent young Moline man and is a
railway prstal clerk, while Miss Harris
has a wide circle of friends in this city.
Baptist Pastor Soon Here.
Members of the Swedish Baptist
church received a communication from
their new pastor, Detlof Lofstrtmi, that
he preached his farewell sermon to the
congregation at McKeesport, Pa.. Sun
day, and that he would leave at once
for Chicago. He will remain there this
week and will occupy the pulpit in one
of the churches next Sunday and will
come to Moline that week and will
preach his first sermon to a Moline
congregation Sunday. April 9.
A launch belonging to Fred Moran
and Charles Keoholtz was burned in 1
the river at the foot of Twenty-fifth
street Sunday evening. The craft
which was a trim one with every con
venience, was moored 10 feet from
shore, and it is suspected that the fire
brand was applied by marauders intent
on doing mischief. The craft was com
Plans for New Opera House.
Sidney Lovell, of Chicago, has been
awarded the work of preparing plans
for the new opera house. The selec
tion has been made by Chamberlin
Kindt &. Co., and Mr. Lovell is at pres
ent preparing the working plans. All
the contracts and the deed to the prop
erty are now in the hands of the Peo
ples Savings Bank & Trust company
The plans of Mr. Lovell insure a build
ing as nearly fireproof as possible. An
innovation in Mr. Lovell's plans is that
of a tunnel under the building. There
will be wide and ample exits from var
ious parts of the theatre to the entrance
and to this tunnel, which will lead to
terra firma at the rear. The tunnel
may be gained from the stage and the
dressing rooms, the latter to be located
under the auditorium floor just in front
of the stage that all the room possible
may be utilized, for stage purposes,
The stage propter will be exceeded in
general dimensions by only one Chi
cago theatre the Auditorium
Tree is Out.
Charles H. True, assistant suDerin-
tendent for the Rock Island road in
the East Moline shops, has resigned
his position. He has no definite plans
for the future, but will go from here to
Chicago April 1, when the change be
Pete rson-N yq u i st.
Miss Frcida W. Nyquist and John
Peterson were married Saturday even
ing at the Methodist parsonage. Rev.
J. P. Miller officiating. The young peo
ple were attended by Miss Alma Pe
terson, sister of the groom, while Philip
Nyquist, brother of the bride, acted as
the best man. The couple have gone to
Housekeeping at 1S08 Fifteenth avenue,
wnere the groom has prepared a home
for hia bride.
Fred S. Johnston has received word
that his sister. Mrs. George Kempton.
nad died in the Northwestern hospital
last week at Minneapolis.
Miss Julia Clark, aged CS vears. died
at her home yesterday. She was a na
tive of New York and lived in this state
and city for the past 15 years. She
lived alone at 1719 Twelfth street and
was a devout Christian, being at the
time of her death a member of the
Second Congregational church.
Frank, the 6-weeks-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Lakose. 1930 Tenth
street, died yesterday after a brief illness.
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
Licensed to Wed.
Charles F. Comfort Moline
Miss Lillian Barsell Moline
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Gust Nordstrom Moline
Miss Tillie Sandin Moline
Real Estate Transfers.
L. H. Warner to Alice Allen, lots 3
and 4. block 2, Warner's subdiv., East
Helen E. Moorehead to John E. Lund
quist, part outlot 2, Fairmount add.,
John E. Lundquist to George E. Lund
quist. west half lot 8, block 1, John,
Deere's add., Moline, $1.
Anna Lundquist to Helen E. Moore
head, part outlot 2, Fairmount add., Mo
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
The stage of water was D.'Jo at G a.
m. and 10 at noon. The E. Rutledge
and R. D. Kendall were south with
It has been reported that the ice has
not been so heavy in the north coun
try this winter as the year before.
Thus Lake Pepin had only eight inches
of ice. compared to the previous sea
son, when it froze to 42 inches in some
places. This was due to the ice being
covered with a foot of snow when cold
weather came. And that, t, when
the winter just passed was an unusual
ly cold one.
The steamer Rutledge and consort,
Kendall, came down this morning
from Cattail slough with a string of
logs for the Weyerhaeuser & Denk
mann mill, which will begin operations
tonuirrow or Thursday.
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