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rrtTfl AHGUS, , FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, .IMC.
At the Theatre. BOOKINGS AT ILLINOIS. Feb 18" "Shadow.1 Behind the Throne," matinee and night. Feb. 19 "The Four Huntings." Feb. 24 -Reuben In New York." Feb. 25 "The Pink Hussars." Feb. 23 Minnie Maddern Fiske. BOOKINGS AT THE GRAND. Feb; 16 Candida."' Feb. 20 Harry Conor in "Mrs. Tem ple's Telegram." Feb. 26 Mme. Sarah Bernhardt. Primrose's Minstrels. Everything that goes with a good minstrel show was to be seen In the George Prim rose performance at the Illinois last evening. There was variety, plenty of it; comedy, more of It: and music of all kinds. The rising curtain gives full view of an elaborate scenic effect, ev eryone dressed in the garb of min strelsy &3 presented In its early begin ning:, the striped swallow-tail coats, colored vests and collars. For the sec ond scene the curtain was not lower ed, but the lights were out for a few seconds. .While darkness prevailed, a southern song was sung, and when the light shone again it was upon a min strel troupe of 1900. in full dress suits, and nowhere were the highly colored uniforms to be seen. Features of the second part were "The Magnolia 1I tel." a corps of dancers of ability, a drill of southern cadets, with a close in a spectacular scenic transformation in which southern songs were sung. Has Been Here Before. Were the entire United States dragged with -i fine comb, no more popular or capable comedian than Harry Conor could be found. Mr. Conor has appeared in this 5 FOUR HUNTINGS. city in many comedies in the last 15 years, chiefly among which are Hoyt'-j "Trip to Chinatown." "A Stranger in New York." and those sterling Froh man comedies that" have been so suc cessful in late years. Mr. Conor will be seen in the leading comedy charac ter role in "Mrs. Temple's Telegram," the New York and Chicago comedy suc cess, when it is offered at the Grand opera house, Davenport, for one night only. Feb. 20. The great cast support ing Mr. Conor in this snappy and bright comedy farce includes Miss Al lison Skipworth, William Lemp, Frank Goldsmith. Antoinette Perry. Carey Hastings, Seth Halsey, Maybelle Cam eron and Sidney Lee. The mounting of this play is adequate from an artis- CONSTIPATION THE DISEASE. CAUSE OF Nature's Own Remedy. Constipation is not only disagreeable it is dangerous. If allowed to run on and become chronic it will prove the forerunner of sickness and disease. Nature Intended that the bowels should move regularly at least once every day, and she will not be satisfied with any thing less. The delicate stomach and bowels are the keystone of the arch of the human physical organization, and should be kept in normal working order to preserve health. When the bowels become sluggish they require a natural and harmless laxative. Too often they are permanently damaged by powerful drugs taken into them sev eral times a day in the effort to force action. Nature herself has provided her own harmless laxative, the famous Natural Mineral Water Hunyadi Janos which can be relied on for quick and sure results. One dose of this water a tumblerful) drunk on aris ing in the morning (slightly warmed for best results), will, within an hour, move the bowels gently and copiously. A bottle costs but a tritle'and contains many doses. At all druggists. tic standpo'nt. as no expense has been spared to place it at the head of its class. A Carefully Prepared Production. "Pew people who go to the theatre re alize what a gigantic task it is to or ganize and run a successful theatrical enterprise," said Harry Dull, manager of the Four Huntings., and author of the musical comedy which Lew Hunt ing and his family of acrobatic sing ers and dancers and splendid company will present here Monday. "First of all. 'the play's the thing. I wrote 10 plays before I could have one of them read by a manager able to produce it. Urownson Howard Bays it - takes him two years to write a play. It takes the stags producer one year to com plete the pictorial advertising, paint the scenery, select the cast and book the route. Then it has only one chance in ten of success. No matter how much the producer may like his at traet'ou. if the public will not patron ize it plentifully, it's a failure." Most Sensational Sense. In the new melodrama, "The Shadow Behind the Throne." to be presented at the Illi nois theatre 0:1 Sunday, matinee and night, is announced as coming from a Hrenter Xew York season with the same excellent company, wealth of ori ental mvstic scenery, superb imported costumes, talented stage beauties and realism of arms, adornment and stage effects. We are promised a meiodra niatc production original, powerful, consistent, catchy, comical, pictur esque, romantic and vatriotic beyond recent comparison at least. The staged story and its stalwart western and yel low peril eastern characters appeal IN SECOND ACT. equally to the loyal, the loving and the laugh-seekers, and in the American born mandarin, who is the dauntless and dictatorial master of the throned viceroy, and dies heroically in the tre mendous dynamite explosion caused by a shot from his pistol, to enable the lovers to escape and expiate his own disloyalty, a new character creation strides triumphantly into the limelight. Arnold Daly in Shaw's Plays. Arnold Daly in "You Never Can Tell," made a pronounced hit at the Grand, Daven port, last night. The play is by Ber nard Shaw and is a bright, merry com edy. Tonight the same company pre sents "Candida" another Shaw produc tion. ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE. COUNTY COURT. Rock Island county court. Judge E C. Parmenter presiding. Probate. Estate of Leander Emery. Petition by Alice S. Emery, widow, for letters of administration filed. Petition grant ed upon taking oath and filing bond in the sum of $0,000, to be approved by the court. Estate of Martin Reidy. Assignment by George Edward .Reidy to Marcella C. Krumrine of "my share of the estate of Martin Reidy, Sr., deceased," filed. Estate of Elizabeth Dunlap. Ap praisement bill and child's award filed and approved. In re guardianship of Mary C, Zol linger. .Petition of Grace Hayes and Clara " Wilson, sisters, for letters of guardianship to issue to Frederick S. Gates. Petition granted 'upon filing oath and bond in the sum of $2,000, to be approved by the court. Oath taken and filed. Bond I n the sum of $2,000 filed and approved and letters of guard ianship issued to said F. S. Gates. . Estate of Mary I. Zollinger. Petition by F. S. Gates, guardian of Mary C. 1 Zollinger, a daughter of deceased, for i letters of administration to issue to him, filed. Petition granted. Oath tak en and filed. Bond of said F. S. Gates filed and approved and letters of ad ministration issued to him. YanK uar nett. L. D. Pearsall and' B. IB. Huntley appointed appraisers.' Estate of M. F..Scbafer. uinai re port and : settlement of administrator filed. Hearing thereon set for March 14, 190C, at 9 o'clock a. m. Ordered that administrator notify heirs by pub lication.' In re conservatorship of William Trlttle. Conservator's' annual report filed and approved. In re conservatorship of Katherine Budelier. Petition for appointment of a conservator, j Hearing set for -Feb. 27, 190C, at 10 o'clock. Ordered that summons issue, returnable at that time.' Estate of Heinrich A. Schumacker. Proof of notice of petition for probate of will made. Depositions of W. J. Entriken and F. Entriken, two of the subscribing witnesses to will taken in open court in proof of execution thereof filed and approved and will ad mitted to probate. Estate of Evelena Adams. Proof of notice of petition for probate of will made1. Depositions of subscribing wit nesses to v:ill taken in open court in proof of execution thereof filed and approved, and will admitted to pro bate. Petition by Margaret J. Kenne dy and Nettie A. Nice for letters testa mentary filed. Petition granted. Ex ecutrix's oath taken and filed. Indi vidual bond of said Margaret J. Kenne dy and Nettie A. Nicfe as such executrix filed and approved, security thereon being waived in and by said vill, and letters testamentary issued to them. Estate of Stephonia Pressel, former ly' Van Wonterghem. Proof of notice of petition for probate of will made. Depositions of subscribing witnesses to will taken in open court in proof of execution thereof filed and approved and will admitted to probate. Estate of Adolph Johnson. Proof of death filed. Will presented for pro bate. Petition for probate of will filed. Hearing on petition for probate set for March 9, 190C. at 9 o'clock a. m. : Estate of Emil Asterman. Claim of B. F. Knox allowed In class 1 at $110. Estate of Heinrich A. Schumacker. Petition by C. F. Grantz for letters testamentary filed. Petition granted upon taking cath as executor and filing bond in the sum of $2,000 to be ap proved by the court. Executor's oath taken and filed. Real Estate Transfers. John L. Hagaman to Bethany Pro tective association, tract in n1, se'i, section 30,18. 2w. $10,000. Charles E. Battles to Emma S. Bat tles, part lot 8, block C, Osborn's Sec ond add., Moline, $1. Pricella A. Winchell to Virgil War ren, und 1-5. s 40 feet, lot 2. block 12, old town of Rock Island, and. und. 1-5, w. sw? section 2S, 17. 2w, $1. Eliiah E. Lowry to John M. Cooper, Dart wU. swA. section 29. and' part se4. and part swi, section 30, 20, 2e, $11,170. Max Sosna to Frank Evans, eV&, lot 9, block GS, Lower add.. Rock Island, $S75. Edward E. Fox to George Kistler, nw sw sec. 26, and part sV& se sec. 27, 1C, 4w, $500. Barbara A. South to Nancy M. Burns, part lot 3 and 4, block Black Hawk add., Rock Island, $3,500. Licensed to Wed. Jesse H. Walker Hillsdale Sarah I. Fisher ...Erie Otto E. Sand : Moline Amanda C. Johnson Moline NOT A PATENT MEDICINE. Hyomei a Scientific Treatment for Ca tarrh by Breathing Medicated Air. Breathed through the pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit, Hyomei destroys all catarrhal germs in the air Dassaees of the throat and nose, soothes and heals the irritated mu- cous membrane and effectually drives from the system all traces of catarrhal poison. No one should confound Hyomei with the patent medicines that are ad vertised as catarrh cures. It is as sunerior to them all as the diamond is mere valuable than cheap glass. - The complete Hyomei outfit, consist ing of a neat pocket inhaler, e medi cine dropper, and a bottle of Hyomei, costs but $1, and extra bottles can -be obtained for 50 cents, making it the moEt economical method of curing ca tarrh, as well as the most reliable. H. O. Rolfs has sold a great many Hyomei outfits and has seen such re markable results from its use, that he sells it under an absolute guarantee that it costs nothing unless it cures, A Healing Gospel. ' The ReT. J. C. Warren, pastor of Sharon Baptist church, Belair, Ga., says of Electric Bitters: "It's a Godsend to mankind. It cured me of lame back, stiff joints, and complete physical 'col lapse. I was so weak it took me half an hour to walk a mile. ; Two bottles of Electric Bitters have made me so strong I have Jnst' walked three miles In'50 minutes and feel like ' walking three more. It's "made a new' man 'of "me.,r Greatest remedy for weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints. Sold under guarantee at Hart? & Ulle meyer drug store. Priced "6Cc.f v' ..The new cougtt aymp--the ope that acts aa a mild cathartic on the bowels is Kennedy's Laxative Honey : and Tar. It exDells all cold from the sys tem, cuts the -phlegm out of the throat, strengthens the mucous membranes of the bronchial tubes, and relieves croup, whooping cough, etc. ' Children lore it. Sold by all druggists. WEIIPORT DOTS. -Cousins-Married.- George Morris, of New Lenox, 111., and Ida M. Rows well of Manhattan, III., were united in marriage yesterday by Justice 'Hall at his office. The couple are first cousins and as there is an Illinois law prohib iting such a marriage, they came to Iowa soil for this purpose. Upon ar riving here Wednesday, the couple ap plied for their marriage license of the county clerk and then learned for the first time that they must have a wit ness. Having no friends or acquaint ances here, a sister of the bride-elect was telegraphed to at Joliet to come here at once. ' Dismisses Sensational Case. The sensational $10,000 damage suit of Myr tle Douglas of Davenport against George Agne for an alleged seduction, came to a sudden termination at Tip ton yesterday. The plaintiff, Myrtle Douglas, not being present at the trial, sent a written dismissal of the case by Constable Byron Rumsey of Daven port, who arrived during the progress of the trial. His arrival with the in structions to dismiss the suit came as a big surprise to her attorney. Shooters to Banquet. Gustav Don ald has been selected to act as toast master at the banquet which the Dav: enport Shooting association will hold in connection with its annual ball at Turner hall on Saturday, Feb. 24. Ru dolph Rohlfs is to receive the mark of honor bestowed upon all those who have been members of the society for 25 years. Preparations for the event are advancing apace. Honors for Nabstedt. J. M. Nab stedt returned to Davenport yesterday from Des Moines, where be was elect ed vice president of the newly organ ized Retail Jewelers' association of the state of Iowai The meeting was held on Wednesday at the Wellington hotel, and the new association starts with a charter list of 47 active members. Establishes Circus Ground. There will be no more circuses hi Norwood park addition west of Central park ac cording to the owner. G. A. Koester is owner of 12 acres of land just north of the Norwood park addition and says he will turn it into a permanent circus ground. ; In anticipation of this he has just let a contract to the Dav enport Granitoid company for the con struction of 800 feet of sidewalk along the west side of Harrison street from Lombard out past Central park to the circus grounds. . This will be put down j by the granitoid company as soon as spring comes. Death of Ex-Alderman. John P. Groves, one of the wellknown building contractors of this city, and an alder man of the Second ward in the early years of Mayor Ernst Claussen's re gime, died yesterday at his home,--403 East Fifteenth street. Mr. Groves mov there from the western part of the city two or three years ago. His death was due to a pulmonary abcess. De ceased was born in London, Eng., and in the year 1855 came to Davenport with his parents. In January. 1874, he was united in marriage to Miss Mary A. Ball, and has made his residence here ever since. The L. L. Club Entertained. The Loyal Ladies club was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tarner and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Witwer, at the Tarner home, 715 West Seventeenth street Wednesday evening, at a valentine party. The house was profusely deco rated with red hearts, and red and white ribbons. Supper was served at three tables very daintily decorated, and the refreshments were all served in heart shape. Mrs. W. E. Miller, of Rock Island was one of the out-of-town guests. Resumes Ice Cuttinct. After laying off Monday, the force of men cutting ice for the Channel leer company has resumed work in the field opposite the Twenty-fifth street houses. Only 12,000 tons have been stored so far this sea son by the Channel people, and they plan to' harvest between 28,000 and 30,000 tons. The Ice cut varies from 7 to 11 inches in thickness and is ex ceptionally pure. Must Swear In' Voters. People's party -leaders have learned they must have a notary public at eyery precinct tm election day to swear, if necessary, the signers of petitions for party can- ' didates for office, in order that In cases of doubt signatures may be verified. TI:o candidates for the' people's party are to be selected as heretofore In the ward caucuses and convention; but after their nominations have been se cured the candidates must circulate petitions and present them, with the necessary number of signatures, to the city clerk by 12 o'clock .noon March 2, the day before the holding of repub lican primaries. 1 . Injured Man in Bad Shape. Carl Anderson, injured Oct;-a4; 1902, at the steel mill, is at the police station, and his case Is a pitiful one. ' He was so in jured about the head that today he is fit for the hospital at Watertown.'- He is alone, with nobody to care for him, and 'practically 'penniless; The dam age suit - brought by him against the company Is not yet decided,- and is now awaiting lt turn In the federal court In Peoria. He will probably be , iUIIE MEIITIOII, returned' to the poor farm, w-here he 'has been before. Pav Dav at Bia Shoos. Pay day at the'SHvis shoos of the Rock Island road came yesterday and $50,000 was distributed, $40,000 of the amount go ing to the thousand employes of the motive power department and the other $10,000 gong to the men in the store3 department. ...... Buys Vaudeville Theatre. H. A. Scdini, formerly of the Elite theatre In Davenport, and originally a Milwau kee man. has completed a deal where by he secures the Industrial Home thea tre, launched last fall by T. H. Hoff man and F. E. Ieavens, and managed successfully by Mr.' Hoffman since that time. Wed in Davenport. George Beers and Miss Lillian Anderson wera mar ried in Da venpor. Wednesday after noon. The nuptial event was In the nature of a surprise to the friends of the worthy couple, few of whom were let Into the secret of the approaching happy little event. The marr1a'g3 took place at the parsonage of the Calvary Baptist church at 5 p. m., Rev. Row land, pastor, officiating. Held for Cuttng Scrape. Nels Olson was held to the grand jury under bonds of $300 yesterday by Justice H. N. Williams on the charge of assault with a deadly weapon. The complaining witness was Fred Eklof, who was the victim of a vicious assault Wednesday evening at Blad's boarding house at 1829 Fourth avenue. PRIZE ESSAYS ARE NAMED BY JUDGES Productions of Pupils of Seventh Grades Reviewed : and Passed ' Upon W. C. T. U. Contest. ' In an essay contest conducted by the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, -open to pupils of the seventh grades of the public schools. Edwaro F. Reticker of the Hawthorne school took first boys' prize and Ralph Martin of Eugene Field school, the second. The first prize for girls was awarded by the judges to Miss Adah Clement of Eugene Field school and the second to Miss Edith Peterson of Ixmgfellow school. The first prizes were $3 each and the second $2. The four essays will be read by the writers at the meeting of the W. C. T. U. Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Titterington. There were 13 contestants, all writ ing under conditions fixed by the so ciety. The subject assigned was, "The Study of Physiology as a Help to Right Living." These were handed in before February, and the judges, Mrs. M. M. Sturgeon, Mrs. Charles J. Searle and Mrs. W. S. Marquis, returned their decision to Superintendent Hayden to day. Frightfully Burned. Chas. W. Moore, a machinist, of Ford City, Pa., had his hand frightfully burned in an electrical furnace. He ap plied Bucklen's Arnica Salve with the usual result: "a quick and perfect cure." Greatest healer on earth for burns, wounds, sores, eczema, and piles. 25c at Hartz & Ulletneyer drug gists. COATffHIRTS. re naoa of the be wkite of color-tut fabric. You caii get what you want of your dealer if you iiuot oa it. $ 1 .50 ud mare. Oa mod off like coat. CLUCTT. PCABOOV CO. LargtaUkarao CoUaca and 6hirU in tha World ' NEW HARPER HOUSE CAFE NOW OPEN. iju;,-, 'v- - . .. '-' HOURS 6 a. m. to 12 mid night. MERCHANTS' LUNCH Daily except Sunday; 12 to 2 p. ffi. SPECIAL TABLE D'HOTE DINNER Sunday evening, 6 to 9 p. m. Bleuer & Hemenway orchestra. Private dining rooms may be reserved for parties.'' " ' Special attention to theatre parties. - . Seats may be reserved by tel- ephone. ' '"" A TRAINED NURSE I After Years of Experience, Advises Women In Regard to Their Health. Mrs. Martha Pohlman of 55 Chester Avenue, Newark, N. J., who is a graduate Nurse from the Block ley Training School, at Philadelphia, and for hix years Chief '-; Clinic Nurse at the Philadelphia Hospital, writes the letter printed below. She has the advantage of personal experience, besides her professional education, and what she tias" to say may be absolutely relied upon. Many other women are afliicted as she was. They tan regain health in the tame way. It is prudent to heed such advice from such a source.' Mjrs. Pohlman writes: 44 1 am firmly persuaded, after eight years of experience with Lydia E. Pinkhanva Vegetable Compound, that it is ttoe safeat and best medicine for auy suffering woman to use." 44 Immediately after my marriage 1 ' found that my health began to fail me. I be came weak and pale, with severe bearing-down pains, fearful backaches and fre quentdixzyspells. Thedoctors prescribed for me, yet I did not improve. 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When women are troubled with Ir regular, suppressed or painful periods, weakness, displacement or ulceration of the female opgans, that bearing down feeling, inflammation, backache, bloating (or flatulence), general debili ty, indigestion, and nervous prostra- irn rr nrp boaet with SUCh SVTOPtOmS as dizziness, fain tness, lassitude, excita- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fall. AMUSEMENTS. DAVENPORT, IOWA. Feb. 15 and 16. A Fashionable Event of Wit and Mirth, Arnold Daly's Company, From Garrick's Theatre, New York, in Bernard Shaw's Most r.rilliant and Merriest Comedies, FRIDAY KIGIIT, CANDIDA Mr. ralv appears In his orisrin.-il roles. Pompnnv and productions the same as during- New York run of each play -of 150 nigrhts. Irlee ,'Oc. 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. Seat ale at Klenz-'s drup store. Ill West Second street, Monday, Feb. 12, at 8 a, m. Grand Opera House DAVEXI'OllT, IOWA. Monday Evening, Feb. 26. Farewell Appearance of MME. SARAH Antf Her -Own Incomparable Company, from the Theatre '"Sarah Bern hardt.' Paris, France. Direction of Sam S. and Iee Shubert and William F. Connor, when will be presented CAMILLE A Play In Five Acts, by Alexander Du . mas Fols.' ritlC'ES $3.50,.-$3.00, $2.50 Und $2.00. Mail orders will be received now when accompanlt'd .bv remittance, made 'pay able to John Dunlap. mandRfr, enclos ing stamped envelope for reply; will bo filed in the order of their receipt, and tickets returned by following mail. Reg-ular box oflice sale opens Friday, Feb. 23. at 9 a. m.. at Klenze's drutf store,. Ill Weet Third street Grand Opera House DA VK . PORT, IOWA. Tuesday Evening, Feb. 20. Walter W. Lawrence Will Present the Bie Chicago and New York Com edy Farce Success, MRS. TEMPLES TELEGR.AM With ' - '."'; -'" H AR.R.Y CONOR. America Greatest laugh prod'ucer.feup ported by a' great cast. Same produc tion,' complete, as seen In Chicago '100 nights and New York 150 nights, and presented In other large cities. " ' Prlcf 50c. 75c. $1 and. $1.50. ' Sale of seats opens at Klenze's, 111 West Second street, Saturday, Feb. 17, at 8 a. m. BEluiRDT :. tVvv -- V , ' V " 4 J ' ' 1 If '"' j f VS5- s -1 1 ' fl " fWA 11 Aartba A v pO ,:! bility, irritability, nervousness, sleep lessness, melancholy, "all-gone " ami 44 want-to-be-left-alone" feelings, blues and hopelessness, they fchould remem ber there is one tried and true remed3'. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound at once removes iuch troubles. No other female medicine in the world has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement. The needless sufferingof women from diseases peculiar to their sex is terrible to see. The money which they pay to doctors who do not help them is an enormous waste. The pain is cured and the money is saved by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 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A dynamite explosion that shakes an empire. jrlerN Matinee, 25c and 50c; even inp. 25c, 50c, 75c; box. $1. Seat sale. Friday morning: at 8 o'clock at theatre. mUIION (HAflIUM.KlNOTt(M1HNr. Monday Evening, Feb. 19. 4 HUNTINGS 4 In the Three-Act Musical Comedy, "I HE FOOL HOUSE" v Direction. Harry Hull, The World I'rrmlor Arriiillc Danc ers, Magr?" Mad Comedian. SKK' the Hunting Dance, the Hunt ings Sing, the Huntings Tumble, the Huntings Surprises. II MAR the Funny Dutchman I-iugh, the Comic Jew Ping, the Soubrette Play Mandolin, the Chorus Join In. Special trick scenery Prices no higher See the guarantee. Price 25c. 50c. 75c; box. $1. Seat sale Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at theatre. Covers More Surface, W lm aft much)' Wears Longer, (0 Im a lOOflJ Dries Quicker, (is 10 miautu) Than Any Enamel. Hi A CHILD CAII APPLY IT. For Kale by David Don, Ilock Island Hardware company, John T. Noftsker, and J.J. Burgess & Co. - . (IL "If 1 . ; V, r