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THE ARGrTJS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1904.
HIS JAW IS BROKEN
Julius Lambert Suffers Severely
as Result of Altercation
in the Street.
POLICE LOOKING FOB ASSAILANT
Victim Claim to Have Been At
tacked by L.lery Stable
.Julius lambert. aged 21 years, lie?
at the home of Frederick DeWaele.
corner Seventeenth street and Fourth
avenue, with a broken jaw. received
Monday night, when, he elainis. W. C.
Passmore. an employe at Laflin's Hr
ef stable, on Fourth avenue, attacked
him and besides breaking hi jaw in
flicted other pointful bod injuries.
A:; yet nothing has been done with
Passmore. but it is said the police have
been notified and are searching for
him According to the story given
out by Lambert's friends, be was driv
ing home from the lower end of town,
returning a bone ami buggy to Cralle
Hi Co. 'a livery barn, where the outfit
belonged, and when in front of Laflin's
barn, they say. Passmore Stopped the
horse, and b-gan abusing Lambert
without any provocation.
Kitroet Trrtb to PlM Nourishment.
It appears t ha Lambert's hat was
knocked fr;iu Ma liead to the ground,
and that he v. as climbing out ot the
boggy '" KOl if when Passmore made
the attack. It will be two weeks be
fi.re the injured jaw heals, it is said,
ami in tie- meantime Lambert will be
compelled to take nourishment from a
spoon, two of his teeth having been
extracted to give room to feed him.
Oft I all J fn'r K.iiiuht null
Thawadayi deeldsa1 ensnsate In
tempers I lire.
J. M. 1 1 Kit IKK.
rMWtmtWt nt 7 . in-
SiSS i. at XT.
i MMBH LOX6INC
It seems tO me I'd Ilka to K
Where bells don't rtns, nor whistles
Nor eloefca don't strike, mr sonars don't
Anil l l have silliness all around,
ir 'tweren't for siM. ami sound, and
l ,l like the city pretty well;
Hut when it cornea to getting rest
I ilk-- tin- country much ih- best
Sometimes it aeema to bW I must
Just QUlt th city's din and dust
And K- Out where the sky Is blue.
And say. now. how do. s It seem to yon!
Call for the new Kinship.
Hoys' shoes $1 at Patties'.
"Snowballs" at Wileher's.
For insurance. E. J. Bums.
Spring chickens at Harris'.
Buy a home if RetdT Bros.
Men's shoes $1.10 at Battles'.
Battles' for good shoes cheap.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Tin and furnace work at Wileher's.
For bus. baggage, express, call Robb'S.
Opoawir & Trefs for bus or express J
Women's oxfords 1.1S at llattles'.
Children's alippera 7". cents at Bat
tles'. Women's oxfords 9S cents at Bat
Bargains in S ihttltger shoes at Bat
tles'. For real estate nnd insurance, E. J.
Alberta free Stone peaches at Har
Order your hard coal at McKown's
nt June prices.
Hani coal at June prices, only one
day. at McKown's.
Dr. O. M . Myers, iculist. at Mc-
Cabe's. Consultations free.
Hardwon.l window screens only IS
cents this week ai McCahs s.
Ice cream and ice creant soda at
Petersen's. ISM Third avenue.
Four windows of special bargains
at Lags .Waters Shoe company.
Four windows of spec ial bargains
at Lege-Waters Shoe company.
White silk coaching parasols, 79
cents while they last at McCabe's.
Have yon ordered your gas stove?
See the People's Power company.
Walline & Hamilton, express and
transfer. Old phone 1070. new 5SS4.
For tin and furnace work, see 11. T.
Slemou. MM Fourth avenue, union 2S:?.
Dr. William EL t'arl. dentist, corner
Twenty-third street and Fifth avenue
See the four windows of special bar
gains at Lago-Waters Shoe company's.
Insist on getting Range's bread, the
only machine made bread in the city.
,K.. ... f J ,1 ... .ninl I,., w I
, , , I i i , IN I. . . I I V' . ' ' I I .... I . , I
gains at Lean Waters Shoe company's.
Acrobats and tight rope walkers at
Prospect park on the Fourth. Free!
Look at the four windows of special
bargains at l.a:4e-Wat rs Shoe com
pany's. Children':- tr.n lace hose, usually 2"
'.nts. the tot tor 10 cents pair at Mo
Don't spoil your ch;hes. I'se Red
Cross Ball Blue and keep them white
as snow. All grocers. 5 cents a pack
age. Look at the four windows of special
bargains at Lage Waters Shoe com
pany's. Men and boys' cloiii shoe-! 7." cents
per pair until the 4th, if they last, at
Don't yoa nted one of those pretty
Jap silk waists? See prices quoted at
Big day of free attractions on the
Fourth at Prospect park. Free admis
bion to the park.
Grand Fourth of July celebration at
Prospect park. Go with the big crowd
and enjoy yourself.
Double oven four-hole gas stoves,
$15 each. Connections made free.
People's Power company.
Music and dancing all day and even
ing at Prospect park on the Fourth.
Free admission to the park.
Good housekeepers use the best.
That's why they buy Red Cross Ball
Blue. At leading grocers; 5 cents.
Be sure to attend the conceit given
by the Philomela chorus at the Swed
ish Lutheran church Thursday even
ing. Tickets 15 cents.
H. W. Ward, manager of the Adams
Wall Paper company, is the proud
father of a new daughter that arrived
at his home last night.
The Reliance club of the Grace
Lutheran church will give an emigra
tion social at the church tomorrow
evening. Admission 9 centa.
Merry-go-round, ocean wave, acro
bats, tight rope walkers, etc.. at Pros
pect park on the Fourth. Follow the
big crowd and have a good time.
The monthly reception of the Fnion
Mission will be held at the home on
Aiken street. Thursday afternoon
from to f. All friends will be wel
come. Dr. P. F. Purdue has moved his of
fice and residence to 411 Twentieth
street. He will be pleased to promptly
attend calls day or night. Both
The Young Indies' society of the
German Lutheran church will give a
lawn social Wednesday evening. June
29. at the home of II. W. llorst. 1049
The ice business formerly conduct
ed by Mrs. Theodore Holdorf. will
hereafter be known as Mrs. M. Hold
orf & Son and will continue to sell the
Crystal Rock river ice at 2.50 per
thousand pounds. Telephone Sub. 94;;.
Mrs. M. Holdorf & Son.
The launch Lorraine is ready to take
parties of eight to 1" to visit the St.
Louis world's fair for a two weeks'
trip, giving a full week at the fair, at
$;pi each, board and lodging included.
For particulars, impure ai launch, fool
of Twenty-fourth street, or at resi
dence. 2.'!2" Fourth avenue.
J. C. Cook has the honor to be the
drat past councillor of the Junior Or
der of the United American Mechanics
and is empowered to represent the
local lodge in state and national con
ventions. Mr. Cook has held the of
fice of councillor for three terms,
which qualifies him to the position
of past councillor
There was a runaway minus the
chief trouble maker in these exciting
affairs, the horse, on Twentieth street
at noon today, when a wagon tilled
with clay taken from the embaakmenl
near Fourteenth avenue which hud
been left standing in the roadway
while the driver was feeding the team
in a shady corner started of its own
volition and slipped in on the street
car tracks. The wagon was moving
at a good rate when the street railway
curve at Eleventh avenue was struck
The wagon could not make the turn
and under the weight of the cargo of
clay toppled over, it turned over
twice. The only damage was the
brcuking of the tongue of the wagon.
WEDS A RICH BEAUMONT
MAN DAT SHE IS DIVORCED
Chicago, June 29. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Paik are commencing their
honeymoon under rather romantic eir
enstsnces at the Auditorium Annex.
They were married last fiaturday night;
it being the same dav tfiat the bfidsSS-
cured a decree of divorce from her for
mer husband. Harry SCewton, who is
ROW III Tc '"do. o.
Pending tie1 Otltc me "f the divorce
suit Park, wiio I n militonatre lumber
merchant and banker of Beaumont,
Tex., has been stopping in Chicago f r
three weeks. As BOOK as he WSS noti
fied that Judge Total! bad signed the
decree he repaired at ;:, . the coun
ty building and sacwred a marriage li
cense. Tha wedding of t!. cuupiu took
place immediately after.
Bllataken tor o Baraiar.
Atlantic city. N J June 29. Bern
bard HeUar, aged :m years, was fatally
sh t at the Beading railway station at
Pleasant vllle by John Lake, n watch
man, who mistook htm for a burglar.
Uellar is a teieurnph operator aid was
going on duty at the station for the
Inna ntur m III r'aitt
St. Louis June tSk. - fSifnyette
Yoin g. of Iowa, is to be an Indepi-ud-dein-e
Day orator at the World's fair
grounds. Woid has been referred that
he has accepted the Invitation of the
Ixniis.ana Pun base Exposition and the
World's fair commission of Missouri.
Juli IMlloti m iuiI.lh .
BvanmWe, ladL, June 25t. One cf
the leading cnnclldtitrs for th Deioo
cretie nomination for governor of In
diana is Judge Thomas U. Dillon, of
Petersburg. Ind.. who rceently nn
i;oiiii til his Candidacy, lie and Wil
liam Cnltop, of Ylnceiuies, are thus
far the only gubernatoriI candidates
from southern Indiana. Jndga Dillon
is a native ot Pike county. Indiana,
and only attended school thirty six
TO SELECT TICKET
Rock Island County Democratic
TO EE HELD AT COURT HOUSE
Candidatea fur Circuit Clerk. Stale's
Attorney, Coroner and Sni -veyor
to be Chosen.
The Rock Island county democratic
convention for the nomination of a
county ticket and the indorsement of
a candidate for the legislature from
the Thirty-third senatorial district
will be held tomorrow afternoon at
the court house. The convention will
be called to order at '1 o'clock by J.
P. Sexton, chairman of the county
Nominations will be made for circuit
clerk, state's attorney, coroner and
surveyor. The names of a number of
leading democrats have been mention
ed in connection with each office, and
doubtless a strong ticket will be
placed in the field. Whether G. A.
Cooke, the nominee for the legislature
of the mass convention held at Aledo.
is to be recognized in this county will
he determined by the convention,
which will either indorse him, or
select delegates to another senatorial
KcM-k Inland Deleieates.
First ward F. Nachbaur, Robert
Beck. Ed Murphy, William L. Aster.
Henry Kale, Henry llorell. George
Simpson. R. Neussll, Dan McKinney
Second ward K. C. Berry. Carl
N'aab. Henry Winner. J. P. Sexton. H.
W. Ward. John Cahail. George Barker.
R. H. Robb T. L. Curuyna. Kd Kakert.
George Huntley. K. Handel.
Third ward P. J. Lee. U. E. King.
W. H. Lamont. I.oui Schroe.Ur. An
drew Sinnett. Wiliam Boggess. John
Sehlemmer. Peter Burns. William Fleu
gel. C. EL Beidel, George Schmale. Wil
liam Ryan. John Stroehle, Fred An
thony. W. ('. Hubbe.
Fourth ward T. J. Medill. S. R.
Ken wort hy. John P. Sexton. O. M.
Cloudas. Charles McHugh. David
Sharpe, Dr. J. I. Comegys. P. Corcor
an. Valentine Dauber.
Fifth ward J. W. Cavanaugh.
George B. Canode. George P. Staudu
har. Joseph McCrory. J. A. Murrin. D.
C. Murphy, C. B. Marshall. Henry
Voege, T. F. Whec lan. C. W. SchllHn
ger. Sixth ward Frank Meenan. John
Buck, Frank Lawler. Frank Wlch,
George Wright, L. X. Bordeaux, C. C.
Wilson. Herman Detjens, William Mc
Cullough. T. J. O'Brien. Chris Baker.,
Seventh ward - C. Christiansen. C.
M. Gannon, B. Thiessen, L. Punken-
Bteln, A. Carlson. James Moran. Jr..
A. Bchofer, A. Peck. J. EC Larkin,
Some of the rafl boats are doing a
good business and one of them is the
Lizzie Gardner. The Lizzie Gardner
went down the Mississippi with a raft
that had K.000,000 feet of lumber. The
value of the raft, figuring 1.000,000 feet
of lumber at 1 8,000 made- the consign
ment u fortune that a person could
live happily on for the rest of his life-.
The cargo was worth $90,000. The
shipment was made from Winona. A
few days previous the Lizzie Gardner
performed a more remarkable feat.
She came down the Mississippi with
a raft in tow, containing 7,500,000 feet
of lumber, which valued at the same
rate as the last one made the ship-,
meat worth 1135,000.
Boats down were the Ruth and Wi
nona. Thise north were the Henne
pin. Ruth and Winona. The Helen
Blair was here from Burlington.
The stage of water was ;.7u at ; a.
in. and 8.M at noon.
Slowly decreasing stages in the Mis
sissippi will continue between Du
baone and Davenport.
D'ng'r li ght Ch'ge
Line 8 a.m. 24 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 14 ,r..3 0.2
Red Wing 14 3.1 -0.1
Bend's Landing ... 12 4.fi
La Crosse 12 C.3
Prairie du Chien. . . 18 C.7 -0.1
Dubuque IS .C -0.4
l? Claire 10 5.1 -0.2
Davenport 15 6.7 -0.3
Des Moines Rapids .. 4.0 -.2
Keokuk 15 7.0 -0.4
St. Ixnis 30 21.4 -0.2
Kansas City 21 19.C -0.4
Xutl-La FoMelte Committee.
Milwaukee. Wis.. June 29. The Re
publican state central committee
which has been recognized as the reg
ular Committee by the Republican na
tional convention, went into session
at the Hotel Plist.r. Frank It. Bent
ley, of Bsrnbooa was elected secre
tary of tlie committee, The situation
in the state was thoroughly discussed
and arrangements made for a tbor-Wisc-onsiu.
tapturril h) ill. Au:i-Wolf-ott Win-.
Denver, June The sntl TTsimtt
wing of the Repulli' Mii party iu Colo
rado has captured control of the state
central committee ami by a vote of 88
to !i postponed the election of a uc-w
rhainaan to s-u ceed D. B. Fairicv
adopted by the recent state convention,
until the state convention meets. This
action was iu opposition to resolutions
HOW CIRCUS DRIVERS
FIND WAT II THE DAI K
It has no doubt been noticed by
many persons on the night when the
circus is in town that the drivers of
the big animal and tent wagons who
have such a busy time of it after dark
hauling the effects of the show to be
loaded on the train, have not the
slightest difficulty in threading the
mazes of the strange streets between
the show grounds and the railroad
yards. Others may have noticed the
.smoking torches at certain street cor
ners where the circus men pass on
their trips. Probably few have con
nected the torches with the ease of
the drivers in finding their way about.
There is a connection, however.
Early in the evening the man at the
head of the transport at ion of the wag
ons walks over the route from the
' lot" to the train, and us he lays out
the route the torches are set. and
these furnish the guide to the drivers
and as long as the torches are un
moved the drivers eould go milea and
make the most direct route from the
circus grounds to the train.
At the grounds is the only place
where there are two lights used. Here
at the street entrance to the grounds
two lights are placed, which means
the wagons are to pass between them
and to keep in that street until a turn
is directed by another torch. It will
always be found on the corner nearest
the grounds, and if on the right hand
side the turn is to the right, and if on
the left hand it means the route is in
that direction. Then the route is
straight again until another torch is
found which directs the turn to be
The man who lays out this route
does not do it on the first trip over
unless it is from force, hut the trip is
made once or twice and this with a
view of getting the best route with
the least uumber of comers to turn.
The torches remain on the corners
doing silent duty uuil the "lot" man
who is the last to leave the show
grounds, comes along in his huggy,
snuffs the light and makes his way to
roe train ami usually gets mere in
time to see the pole wagons and the
last few pieces loaded onto tin- cars.
ISSUE AS TO THE FISH LAW
Hfc-lit weight I'lckei-rl Caught in Cuuaillan
Waters Develop Into an Important
Cane tor the Court.
Port Huron. Mich., June 29. Judge
Law lias handed clown his opinion in
the ease of Peter Lassen, a prominent
Port Huron fish dealer, who was ar
rested on a charge of selling pickerel
weighing less than one pound caught
in Canadian waters. While the Bsfa
were in his possession Lassen kept
the in entirely distinct from fish caught
iu United Siatts waters, and was just
about to ship them to Boston, when
they were BOlzed by Fred E. Fisher, a
game warden of this state, and c-ou
The respondent alleged that his pos
session of the tish was only temporary,
and as such he had a right to import
them. The slate law, however, pro
vides that it is unlawful to marked or
have in possession any wall-eyed pick
eral or pike weigh Lag less than one
pound, and on this basis Judge Law
rendered his decision. Lassen stated
that he would carry the ease to the
Sonoma Welcomes a Baby.
Battle Creek, Midi.. June 29. Fon
ODia, eight miles south til this city,
is all wrought up over a thing the like
of Which has not happened before in
the last eight years. Citizens gen
erally are celebrating ami there is talk
of calling a mass meeting and buying
st. me fireworks in order that the mu
nicpality may let others know that it
feels good. The event is the birth of
a child within the limits of the
Another Victim of the Auto.
Springfield, in., June 29. John H.
Brlnkerhoff, prominent in society in
this city, was severely Injured in an
automobile accident in Washington
park. The ear, c-oiit.iiiiing five persons,
was driven overs ten-toot bank and the
occupants were pinned beneath it. The
machine caught tire and Oie passes
gets escaped with difficulty. The auto
mobile was destroyed.
Kewartl For the World't Fair Vandal.
St. Louis, June 2i. At a meeting of
the executive Committee Of the World's
fair it wus decided to offer a reward
of ;l,000 for the arrest and conviction
of the person or persons who cut the
silk balloon of the Santos Dumout air
ship. CilllMple Caae Is Delared.
Indianapolis. Intl., June -y. The su
preme court has iostioned considera
tion of the motion for an Immediate
hearing in the James Cillespic habeas
corpus ease until all briefs shall have
been Bled. As the rules of court al
low 105 days for the filing of briefs,
ami court will adjourn next Friday
for the summer vacation, its action
precludes all chance of a bearing in
this case until October.
Two Man Urowaed.
Pittsburg. June As a result of
a row boat capsizing in the Allegbeny
rtver Henry' Hillstoii and Earnest Hal
Ik were drowned ami two compan
ions hud a narrow escape from a sim
ilar fate-. The ttody of Hnlbey was
recovered but tLat of liillston is still
Knapp Will lie Strn. 4c by Lightning.
Columbusj.O., June 29, The supreme
court has reversed the? decision of the
circuit court which granted a nw
trial to Alfred A. Knapp. the Hamil
ton, O.. wife-murderer, and fixed Aug.
19 as the day on which he shall die Id
the electric chair. . .
TN' addiCo'i to
cut prices on all
ready trimmed and
ready to wear Hats,
we are showing a
nice assortment of the new mid
summer Duck Caps. Duek Hats, and
other novelties, all of which you
know are always priced right at this
TTT HITE Silk Parasols, plain ruf
fled and hemstitched, special
51.97. $1.47 ..81.25
While thev last.
Eyes examined free
"yy E offer the public a rare chance
to have their eyes examined
free by the experienced specialist
and optician, Dr. Myers, who has all
the latest and best instruments
known to science for taking the cor
rect measurements of the eye. com
bined with a long experience and
full knowledge of the requirements
of all cases of abnormal vision.
Come in and have your eyes examin
ed, there will be no charge if you do
not require glasses. If you need
glasses our charges for them will
be very reasonable. You will find
our Optical parlors 'and dark room
fitted up in the rno.-rt complete and
Hot Weather Necessities
2-Burnet- Gasoline Stoves, good
burners, perfectly SO
2-Burner Wickless Oil Stoves, the kind
we know in be the best Qix
$5.00, not $G.5'i, hut 0JVr
Best Royal Granite
8-quart si.e, for
The kind is worth 5'ic.
Best Hardwood Window Screens. 1 :
inches hish. will open to 33 1-2 inelie.5,
rery special for balance 1
of this week, each IK
Fancy Screen Door, made of bt -!
Southern pine, black screen wire, com
plete with liingis. knob a. id latch, any
Bite. $1.iio. worth $1.50, iy'
and only a dollar vl .Wl"
Chleawo, June 2. Following
opening", highest, lowest and
quotations in today's markets:
July. N4 34.
sit t.. , g i,
Sl. S 1 '.
Jnlv. 4T7k. 47. 47. 47.
September, 4s'4. 4s-s,. 4s'. 1s'-
December, 44. 44. 44. 44-..
July. ZK :is... 37-. 3s V
September. 31 . 3L'i, 31
December, 32'-.. n v. ajh,. 32 v
Julv. 12.fi0. 12.60. 12.40, 12.62.
September, 12. 7. 12.90, 12.70, 12. S2.
Julv. 6.87. 6.S7. 6.80. 6.K.V
September. 7.O.-,. 7.05, 7.0O. 7.0.",.
July. 7.30. 7 3". 7.2S, 7 8S.
September. 7..ri2. 7.56, 7 . 4 r, . 7.. 60.
Receipts today: Wheat 9. corn 172.
ats t2. hDgs 28,000, caul,- 22.000, sheep
Hg market opened BCeady to a shaile
lower than yesterday's eloae. Liplil
6.100)fi.SB, mixed and butchers 6. 10C
5.40, KOtitl heavy 6.060)6.40, rousjb heavy
'attle market opened steady.
Bbeep market ocx-neti steady.
Horh: At Omaha. 9.000, eattle 2.000.
Hogrs: At Kansas City. 10.000. eattle
V. S- Yards. V40 a. m. Hog market
slow. 6c cents lower. Light 6.1006.22.
rnixeil and butchers 5.0606.25, good
heavy 5.0606.27, rvntgb heavy r,.r, f
Cattle market steady. Beeves S.90&
''..70. cows antl heifers 1.2S0 4.75, Texas
steers 4.75 O6.00, stoekera anil feeders
sheep market steady.
Hok market closed weak. 5c to 1 "
lower. I.iKht 6.06 06.20, wood heavy
Vor 5.35. mixed ami butchers 5.o..ti
...32. niUKli heavy 6.0606.15.
Cattle market closed weak.
Sheep market closed weak. 10c to 15e
New Vrk Stitoks.
New York. June 29. Following
ire the closing quotations on the New
York stock exchange:
Mew York. June Tl llllgai 1264.
3as 97. C. It. I. r K 20. Southern
Pacific 46i. li. & o. 79S,. Atchison com
mon 72. Atchison preferred 96. c
M. & St. P. 142. Manhattan 14S.
Copper 49. L. A S". 109. C. & A. 37.
Heading common 4iT. Canadian Pa
ine 124. B. K. T. 4S. IT. S. Steel pr
'err.d 6C, t". S. Ssteel common 9.
Penna 116. Missouri Pac-itle 92. I'liion
oaeiti W. Krie oommon 23. Illinois
"entrtal 132. Car Konmirv 10, Republic
Sti-el preferred 41. Republic Steel CM -mon
I.OCAI. MARKET OXDITIO'S.
Ro k Island
June 29.---Following are
quotations on the local
Butter Creamery 18c02Oc. dairy 13c
ALL DAY MONDAY. JULY FOURTH,
AVENUE THROUGH TO
Things You'll Need for
Wear Right Now
T RETTY Jap Silk Waists at
Silk Waist, at
$3 75- S2.48
X these prices:
$3.42. $2.75 and
Fancy Gingham and Chambray
Shirt Waist Suits. $2.yS,flfc- QQ
$1.95 and eJl.OIF
White Lawn Shirt Waists, splendid
Wash Petticoats of fine Seersucker,
Handsome White Petiieoats special
ly priced at $3.75, $3.42
Beautiful Corset Covers at 5'
up from . .
SOME very choice novelties in
fine imported Lisle Hose, while
and black, black and white, un.l the
very scarce tans, these while they
last, two qualities, at Or
50c and &tJj
Children's Tan Lace Hose, usually
2.V. we will close this lot 1 fft
quick at. pair IvfC.'
MEN'S AND HOYS' Covert Clotii
Low Shoes, leather soles, for K.,
" davs. pair
LADIES' $1.25 Strap Slippers, bow
and ornament, until the ftQ
Fourth, pair O.H
MEN'S LOW SHOES, the $ kind,
special, per & Zl
pair v llr
CHILDREN'S and MISSES' Tan
Barefoot Samla's. they won't last
long at $118. 95c
from Oar Big Bargain Hoasefurnishing Department
Th Ills Grade National
Refrigerator, besl lee ami
loot! savers, lined vi!!i uiin
i i ji wood and asbestos.
The $15 kind - -The
$18 kind . .
The $u;.5o kin.l
Eggs Fresh 14c.
Ijlve I'otiltry Spring chick
per dozen: hens Se pit pound;
lce per pound; ducks 8e; geese
Vegetables New potatoes
t nt keys
Catle Steers 24.600 25.50: cows
lo ifers $30$4.5O; calves $20 $4. 1
Hogs Mixed and butchers 4.260
Bbeep Yearlings or over, $.'i '." $5 ;
lambs $4.50 0SC.
Kceil noil I'nel.
(iraln Corn 55c058c; oats I
Forage Timet hv hay $11 $1
rie $9tf $10.50; straw $6.50.
Wood Hard, per load, $5.50.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 14i
per bushel, 7c.
SWALLOWED SAFETY PIN
TAKEN OUT OF HI8 HEEL
Lawrenceburg, Ind., June
thiir Weiudeil removed from
of Samuel .Sonlers, an ayed
small safely pin which the
man swallowed about eighteen montas
ao. The pin when it was sw I lowed
was c losed, but it Was opened in pass
ing through the man's hotlv ltd the
point was bent us if it had i-ome in
contact with some very ha: I buli-stam-e.
BOrders says be suffered lit' inon
venlence from the presence of the
foreign substance. As the pin was
brass physicians marvel that the negro
did not contract blood poisoniiiff.
For s Hundred Yean.
For a hundred years or more Witch
Hael has been recognized a- superi
or remedy, but it remained ' r K. C.
DcWitt & Co. of Chicago, t liseover
how to combine the virtues f Witch
Haze with other antiseptit in the
form of a salve. DeWitt's V ten Ha
zel Salve is the best salve in ' ' 8 world
for sire. cuts, burns, br1 eS, ami
piles. The hij;h standing tf is salve
has given rise to counterfeit ''ind the
public is advised to look for is name
"DeWitt" on the package, and acaafS
no otLtr. Sold b all dsngs ta.
ask the readers of this pn; r to test
the value of Kodol Dyspt ia Cure.
Those persons who have 1 d it and
whrj have been curetl by if. - not hesi
tate to meommend it to t! " friends.
Kodol digests what you en' ureg in
digestion, dyspepsia and ; stomach
troubles. Increases strcn h by en
abling1 the stomach and '' stive cr
ians to contribute to the od all of
the nutriment contained 'he food.
Kodol Dvspepsia Cure is 1 isant and
palatable. Sold by all dn a'ts.
rp IS said the "Ru
by stole a spark
from Heaven," and
as all July maidens
should wear Rubies
we have prepared especially to
meet all requirements. Remember
your July friend's birthday this year
sure. Every article bought from our
Jewelry department can be selected
with absolute confidence, as our
guarantee stands behind every
THURSDAY, Friday and Satur
day, last three days before the
Fourth. Hummocks are cheaper
Full sized Hammocks, with spreader
aT:rth 80:: 35c
Special $1.25 Full Color Hammocks,
with pillow and RTf
spreader O I v
Elegant Fancy Color Hammocks,
extra large, with pillow, spreader
ami cross bar. and cheap mi A A
at $2.00. now L.
Many other Hammock Specials
for these three days.
IN the main aisle. 3rd ave. store,
you'll find Hook bargains galore.
A special lot of 75c cloth bound
! ooks by popular writers. Oir
now on sale at &Ws
Over 150 different $1.00, $1.
$1 .50 Copyright Novels
Picturesque Tri-Citles. 112 hand
some pictures of points of interest
atul people of note in the tri-cities.
You've. iaid 25c a hook of 1t pages
for these that would make $1.75
worth In this book that we are sell-
Fruit .la:- Rubbers of the best kind
of rubbt-r. dozen.
3c, 5c and 8c
Gallon c.tns of our high
Label Paints, for 3 days.
$1.0ij a gallon
S.- Witt's New Corrugated Garbage
Cans, clean, strong and will last a
lifetime, (T. CK
and 1.36 up to $4 50.
Our Monarch line of Mowers ki 12
in. and IS in.. 3 blades, easv run-
ning, values up to $3).25,
your choice at
We have only 9 genuine Philadelphia
Lawn Mowers left, some with 4 blades,
others with 5. witltli 14. 16 and 18 inch.
worm up to ?;.oo. take
Tour choice for
TWO HUNDRED ATTEND
CAMPBELL ISLAND PICNIC
Members and their families to the
number of 200 attended the picnic of
the tri-city councils of the order of
Knights of Columbus at Campbell's
Island yesterday afternoon ami even
ing. Supper was served on the lawn
adjoining ihe pavilion hot ween 6 and
S o'clock, after which there was danc
ing (ill 10:30. The music was by
ChamlierlHlii'a Htoinscli and l.lver Tshlelw
KetUer Thsn Iootor's Prenerlptlon.
.7. W. Turner, of Trnhart, Vs., ssyi
that Chamberlsin's Stomach and Liver
Tablets have done him more good than
anything he could get. from the doc
tor. If any physician In this countrj
was able to compound a medicine thst
would produce such gratifying resulti
in cases of stomach troubles, bilious
ness or constipation, bis whole time
would be used iii preparing this one
medicine. For sale by all druggists.
If you would drive away the blues,
There is nothing you can use
That fills the heart so full or glee.
As a drink of Rocky Mountain Tea.
T. EL Thomas' pharmacy.
H. J. TOHKK.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main Street,