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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1005.
Indies' Mark underskirt, mer-
-rized. wjJb 1 rows of tuck
ing, hemstitched ruffles, double
sewed strapped scams, f 1 .25
Ladi s" white embroidered shirt
waists, $1.5" and $1.25 qq
values, all day sOC
Hoys- percale shirt waists, dark
and light colors, f
25c value IDC
Good gingham r-
Ladies' percale nun ban- tlTrt
litis with ruffles IOC
J)"'ortd vegetable dishes. Q
7 iuch sizes wC
Iccorated breakfast Q
platen. 7 Inch fcize vC
Ih-coratcd tea cups Q
jitij saucers 7v
Cold band china cups Q
anil hiiiiciTrt wv
Q Indies' silk Gloria umbrellas.
fancy borders. L'O inch. 7 -ribbed,
stetl tod. Congo handle, OQ
paragon frame I few
Men's Monarch shirts. $1 CQ
values, all ilay UvJC
M n's seamless black hose, p
also brown, all sizes ....... Ov
Men's all linen collars. 15c Ifl-,
value, all day IvIG
! relies' seamless white foot
hose, l.'.t- value Iflp
all day C ,Uw
Indies' stocking feet. C.
Thhu cans, QQp
per d.r.en Ovlw
Galvanized pails 1C
I'eb-bra'ed lover egg J
beatei . OU
Red pillow iham 1fr
Good web halter with
slay rope IOC
'e stibule exteusion Q
1" t-r cent discount on Vu
dor's Krli shades.
Lambert's listerine. 1.1H
si.e bottle C
ljuart bottle -
ChloridV of lime r
Ir. Graves' tooth 1 r .
Pitchers' Cstoria. fl"7
SchaftVr's medicated C
gree n soap OU
Colgate's violet talcum. r
25c sire IOC
s iap T"C
Star Kraut y brushes. 17
rubber 1 I C
Double razor strop. 19C
One pros hums' euibroidery.
turn over collars all day.
HAD BEST CORPS
Teachers' Institute Exceedingly
Fortunate in Instructors
of This Year.
CLOSE THE EXERCISES TODAY
AlmostJThree Hundred Teachers Reg
istered Institute HasBeen a
Success Day's Lectures.
This afternoon the closine exercises
of the county teachers' institute were
held. The institute has been a great
success., b. J. Ferguson, county su
perintendent of schools, who was in
charge of the institute, said today that
the three instructors E. L,. Thilbrook,
of this city; J. W. Red way, of Mount
Vernon. N. V., and Prof. M. V. O'Shea,
of Madison, Wis. were the best corps
secured for any institute. Prof. O'Shea
was in Rock Islam! four years ago w hen
the county institute was held, and he!
lias become exceptionally jiopular in
this locality. Nearly 275 Jetchojrs reg
istered during the institute, ' which
In bis address this morning Prof.
Fled way spoke on "The Necessity of
'Teaching Geography in the Eighth
'tirade." He is opposed to the plan in
ojeration In many slates, in substitut
ing United States history in the eighth
Krade for geography, lie says this is
all wrong, as the child cannot under
stand the history without a knowledge
of the geographical conditions of the
Talk of Heading.
Prof. O'Shea compared the analytic
and the word or sentence methods of I
teaching reading in the primary grades.
He favors the sentence method, on
the grounds that the child perceives
wholes first, and details later. Yes
terday afternoon Prof. O'Shea spoke
on "Popular Superstitions." These he
attributed to the legends and folk lore
of our ancestors. He holds that it is
the duty of the elementary tehool to
free the child of imaginary terrors, and
teach him to look for a natural cause
for any phenomenon. Prof. Red way's
topic yesterday was the correlation of
history and geography in schools. lead
ing to his discussion this morning. He
gave a graphic outline of United Stare'
history, showing that each great movo'-n
nient in development had a geograph
ical cause, and (hat this was the real
element that determined rhe outcome
of the situation.
Suggestions i for
Fresh New York counts and
ext.ra select oysters. Squab,
spring chicken1-;, old chickens,
green lima beans in pod, head
lettuce, cauliflower, fancy cel
ery, and a complete line of fresh
vegetables; imported and domes
tic chee se of all kinds.
Our store is the market of the
city for fruits. Calitornia and
home grown graes. pears, nec
tarines, peaches, plums, pine-
applet. . i ape- fruit, orange's, ba
nanas, lemon-;, huckleberries,
eating and cooking apples.
Only the best varieties of
melons; Muscatine watermelons
and musk.-iK Ions, Ruckyfords.
osage melons and cantaloupes,
etc., direct from ice cold storage.
200 baskets choice peaches, the
regular peach baskets, large
size, with bandies; these will go
in a hurry at.
1m basket fancy peaches, large
size baskets. OH -
150 baskets extra fancy large
peaches, large size Ar
baskets, at OOC
Jersey Cream flour until Sat
urday night, per QQ
Gold Crown creamery r)Ol
butter, per lb
C5c carnation olives,
On all grades of bulk coffee
for Saturday we will deduct 5c
a lb. from the regular price:
15c COFFEE FOR. .10c LB.
20c COFFEE FOR. .15c LB.
25c COFFEE FOR . -20c LB.
30c COFFEE FOR.. 25c LB.
35c COFFEE FOR.. 30c LB.
Harris & Hess
Grocery Co ,
Cor. Eighteenth st, A. Third ave.
OI4 TUw 4M u4 457. .
PLANNING FAST EXHIBITION
More Races at Davenport Mile Track
Another auto race meet has been
arranged to be held at the Dav
enport mile track Sunday afternoon.
There will be eight or 10 events for
large cars and many of the fastest ma
chines in the city haveaJready been
entered. This race has not been ar
ranged by the Automobile club, but by
a number of enthusiastic auto owners
The feature of the races will be the
attempt of B. F. Dinley to break the
world's record for a mile, and also the
10-mile record, for a purse of $5K. Mr.
Dingley drove the Pope-Toledo car in
the Gordon-Bennett races in Paris on
July 5 and Is entered in the Vanderbilt
cup race to take place at Long Island
For the convenience of Rock Island
patron, it has been arranged for a
train to leave the Rock Island depot in
this city at 1:15 p. m. In Davenport
trains will leave the C, R. I. & P. sta
tion every 30 minutes.
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
The Zalus Davis, C. W. Cowles, Ruth
and Eclipse were down an the St.
Paul, Ruth, E. Rutledge. R. D. Ken
dall anJ Eclipse went north. The Helen
Blair was up from the south.
River forecast: Slowly rising stages
in the Mississippi will prevail from be
tween Dubuque and Muscatine.
Dang'r Hgt. Ch'ng
Line Sa.ra. 24hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St. Paul 11 7.5 o.l
Red Wing 11 .5 0.2
Reeds Landing 12 CO 0.1
La Crosse 12 7.1 :0.3
P. du Chien IS i;.4 :0.3
Dubuque IS C.8 :0.5
Le Claire Kt 4.1 ;0.1
Rock Island 15 5.2 :0.2
Des Moines Rapids .... 3.2 :t.J
Keokuk 15 5.0 :0.l
St. Louis 30 IS. 3 :0.7
Kansas City 21 ll.C 0.4
J. M. SHERII-;r. Local Forecaster.
At rhe Rock Island (European) W.
W. Burt. Springfield; J, . L. Swearin
gen. Canton: J. B. Vasconcellos, Gales
burg; George Hasting, Xtw Kokonjo;
W:. J. Owens, Utica, N. V.; F. M- Still
vveM- C- A' Curless. Astoria; F . A
Wpejd, Edglngton; Cyrus Miller, Tay
lor, Ridge; W. R. Carey. Carbon Cliff;
lUC. Cash, St. Louis; R." C. Blerhach.
Chicago; J. R. Pitney, Peoria: John
M. Foy. La Salle; Harry Hberhan.
Chicago; L. C. Peak, Milwaukee; J.
F. Oniel. Chicago; N. Elliott. St. Lou
is; Frank Carver, Canton; J. J. Har
rington. Chicago, III.; M..M. Malvern.
New York: S. E. Rolland. Detroit; M.
F. Ryan. Kansas City; T. C. O'leary,
Wabasha; H. W. Messer, Indianapolis;
A. M. Blood. Tiskilwa; Edwin A. Fo
ley. Chicago; V. S. Schrockmorton.
Peoria; John W. Healy and wife. Pe
oria; E. S. Kindly. Edglngton; W. L.
Hope, Chicago; H. H. Williamson,
Springfield; George Sly, Morris.
At the Harper. W. D. Waller. St.
Louis; J. A. Dexter, Andover; F. L.
tiregg. Kansas City; H. S. Chase, St.
Ixuis; Mrs. Dr. A. Miller, Edgington;
(i. II. Nevins, and wife, Peoria; Mrs. J.
H. Nevins. Minneapolis; Miss Laura
jNevins, Minneapolis; J. F. Meyer, City;
H. A. Smith, Osceola; E. D. Parker,
Cedar Rapids; J. Brade, New York;
D. E. Kennedy, Chicago; A. D. Lewis,
Chicago; L. A. Demoyer, Chicago; A.
C. Millard. Kansas City; C. A. Currin,
Chicago; J. R. Rathom, Chicago; J. H.
Stewart, Rockford; Guy G. Ginuis,
Crawfordville; C. M. Barnett, Decatur;
J. H. Joues, Decatur; M. Muniford,
Lone Rock; D. C. Adcll, Springfield;
J. M. Custis, Springfield; H. M. Parry
pud wife, Chieago; lien jam in Whitsck,
Preemption; J. A. Dolan, Chicago; Mrs.
Dr. J. Stout, Omaha; G. H. Nevins and
wife. Peoria; W. Lee and wife, Chi
cago; Earl A. Glare, Peoria; B. C. An
derson, Galesburg; Charles Liebtr
kntclw, Geneseo; Will Lieberkuecht,
Geueseo; J. P. Justice, Galesburg; Wil
liam Wiiwscll, Chicago; J. J. Harring
ton, Kansas City; H. L. Hawkins, Chi
cago; C. S. N. Staffer, Cedar Rapids;
B. II. Hubbard. Louisville; N. G. Fitz
simmons, Chicago; U. G. Fitzmaurce,
Choago; M. F. Moore, Kewanee; J. E.
Micka, Chicago; F. H. Burke, Chicago;
F. R. Holtfoat. Chicago; Pres. T. II.
McMichael. Monmouth; Henri Augus
tus Schmidt, Monmouth; L. B. Harris,
St. IxjuIs; F. H. Humphreys. St. Louis;
F. H. Young. Chicago; E. C. Copeland,
Milwaukee; H. W. Trask. Kewanee;
Alee Adler. Chicago; F. E. Barry. Chi
cago; J. F. Calpin, Chicago; V. S.
Wuih. Chicago; Charles M. Martin,
Kansas City, Mo.; M. Burke, Sterling.
J. M. Couch, Sterling; James J. Brady.
Chicago; M. E. Lloyd. Fairburg. Neb.;
John L. Galton and wife and son,
Bloomington: C. V. Scully. Chicago;
W. C. Galloway, Alt Jo; Clyde A. Mann.
Chicago; C. M. Laurence. Chicago: R.
V. Whitby. Chicago. J. M. Reck. Gales
burg; Meyer Uthman. New York;
Louis Freidman. New York; W. H.
Quick, Des Moines: George H. Ram
sey. Oskaloosa: A. L. Craig. Chicago;
C. M. Snell. Chicaso: M R Harv
! Bloom in gt on.
j Licensed to Wed.
; limes Bowes Taylor liidge
Grace SI. Stokes Monmouth
I find nothing better for liver de
rangement and constipation than
Chamberlain's Stomach and L4ver Tab-
tlets. L. F. Asdruws, Des Moines,
(Iowa. or sale by U Jeading drug-
BROTHERS FOR IT
Leon and Ardo Mitchell Left to
Contest for Golf Cham
pionship. EACH WON EASILY YESTERDAY
Finals Being Played Off at Rock Island
Arsenal Links This After
noon. The semi-final matches In the annual
tournament at the Arsenal Golf club
were played Thursday afternoon, and
the finals are being played this after
noen. For the club championship the result
of two years ago is duplicated in that
Ardo Mitchell is playing against hU
brother, Leon W. Mitchell, for the first
honor. J. D. Cady. last year's cham
pion, was defeated by Ardo Mitchell
yesterday, while Leon Mixter won from
W. B. Mixter.
The contests were not as closely con
tested as is usual in the semi-finals,
only two of the matches requiring IS
lioles for decision. The best golf of
the day was played by Ardo Mitchell,
who went out in 11 and returned in 37,
a total of 7S, or three strokes under
The pairings for today are as fol
lows: CHAMPIONSHIP CUP.
A. W. Mitchell and L. W. Mitchell.
CLASS B CUP.
Decker French and E. C. Mueller.
CLASS C CUP.
C. F. Lynde and C. R. Stephens.
CLASS D CUP.
J. K Thatcher and Otto Huber.
CLASS E CUP.
W. H. Snyder and E. B. Hay ward.
CLASS F CUP.
J. W. Good and W. L. Allen.
G. H. Stewart and T. A. Murphy.
Locally considered, the champion
ship cup will go to Ktck Island, while
both the representatives in claso It arc
from Davenport. For (he remaining
cups, Davenport has four representa
tives. Rock Island three, Moline tw-o,
and the arsenal one.
1 flfrlj'(i Suiiimarlm.
The summary of yesterday's results
A. W. Mitchell defeated J. D. Cady.
3 up 2 to play.
L. W. Mitchell defeated W. B. Mix
ter, 3 up 1 to play.
CLASS B CUP.
Decker French defeated G. W. Burr.
E. C. Mueller defeated J. H. Sam
uels, 4 up 2 to play.
CLASS C CUP.
C. F. Lynde defeated C. C. Williams.
5 up 4 to play.
C. R. Stephens defeated H. C. Wylle,
1 up 3 to play.
CLASS D CUP.
J. L. Thatcher defeated G. A. Price,
3 up 2 to play.
Otto Huber defeated C. K. Mixter, 3
up 1 to play.
CLASS E CUP.
W. H. Snider defeated W. J. McCul
lough, 3 up 2 to play.
E. B. Hayward defeated Frank Ba
ker, 3 up 2 to play.
CLASS F CUP.
J. W. Good defeated Gus Tegeler, 1
W. L. Allen defeated C. C. Janiieson,
6 up 4 to play.
G. H. Stewart defeated Schiller Hos
ford, t up 5 to play.
T. A. Murphy defeated J. 11. Trim
ble, 8 up 7 to play.
WE CAN SAVE
ON GROCERIES, AND MONEY
IS WHAT TALKS AT THE
FARMER'S GROCERY STORE.
19 lbs best granulated
Santa Ciaus soap
10 lbs best
10 cans Pet
Regular 'c lb. Japan
tea. H?r lb
S boxes Searchlight
7 lbs navy beans
7 lb starch
Early Ohio pejtatoes
onions, per peck
ALWAYS FOR YOUR TRADE
Comer, 901 Ninth Street.
Great 7-Day Cleao-Sweep
Sale Opens Tomorrow Morning Extreme Price Reductions
EW FALL MERCHANDISE
BE HURRIED OUT. PRICES HAVE BEEN SEVERELY CUT. CONSEQUENTLY THIS SALE OF
FERS EXCELLENT BARGAINS. THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS FILLED WITH INTERESTING NEWS
FOR THE ECONOMIST, AND
"WHAT ARE THEY GOING
TO WEAR THIS FALL" seems
to be the momentous question.
Women are eager to know what
Dame Fashion has chosen for
them. Throughout the Big Bos
ton store the new styles are in
sufficient evidence to indicate
what will be the jopular modes.
LINEN SPECIALS. CLEAN
0 58c Waistings, 39c. Fine merceriz-
ed white goods, in several designs;
27 and n in.cnes wine; gtwa vain
at 5Sc; sale
0 $1 Table Cloths. 79c. Fringed, all
linen German table cloths; S 4 size;
l5s were $1; while they
29c Towels, 19c. T.n dozen assorted
huck. fringed and hemstitches! tow-
els, that sell regularly at
A 25c and 21c. for
ivc muslin, oc. O'j-mcii wiue vam
brie Muslin, excellent rs
12.2C Percales, 8c. About a case
ful; yard wide, gray
grounds, a yd.
18c Wash Fabrics. 10c All our lftt
and 18c wash fabrics w ill go
at, per yd
15c Voiles, 5c. A wash dress for
one-third the former cost; to sweep
these out quickly, they're
reduced to, yd
10c Percales, 6c. Black, blue, navy
and red grounds, double
fold, per yd
29-inch 9c Canton Flannel,
8c Tennis Flannels, clean
price now, per
J. S. ON THE SAND
Lodged While Giving Assistance
to the W. W. Yes
terday. LIZZIE GARDNER HELPS OUT
Excursion Will Go Out This Evening
J. S. Goes to Fort Madison Were
Pulied Off This Morning.
With both the W. W. and the .1. S
on the bar at Turkey island. 2' miles
be-low Muscatine, it was necessary to
again peistone the excursion of the
llethany Home association this morn
ing. The trip to Muscatine will be
made Sept. 8, on the W. W.. leaving
R(ck Island at s o'clock, and return
iug at 7 o'clejck In the evening. The
boat was released from the bar this
morning, after being stranded since
ilofb Ob Har.
When the J. S. yesterday attempted
to assist the W. W. in pulling of the
bar near Turkey island, it went on a
urtr fli.y. ami ijiu Msamrrs wrre tun
of commission, ("apt. I). W. Wisberd
V . 1 . . . -1 I . . . . .... ....
went down the river last evening, and
secured assistance at Muscatine. The
W. W. was expected to reach Rock lei
and this afternoon, and will be on
hand to take this evening's excursion
of the Christian EnUeavorers of the
Memorial Christian church.
Heavy fogs have been overhanging
the river, and Tuesday night the W. W.
was run out of the channel near the
mouth of the loa river. She went on
u far near iue too ui i urst j is.au'i.
and was grounded fco hard that fclie
could not be backed off with her own
I'tngined. She remained fact all day
Wednesday and Thursday, failing tu,
arrive here for the two excursions
IS PRESSING FOR ROOM THE REMAINING SUMMER GOODS MUST
THE NEXT WILL BE A GALA WEEK
Dress Goods and Silks v
Extremely Low Prices.
Suitable for school dresses for the children and fall dre sses for
yourself; 75c and $1 alinch Scotch mixtures
$1.23 Panama snitings ;blue. brown and mixtures.
20 pices 5c Worsted Suitings
$ 1 plain and fancy Dress and Waist Silks, a yard,
Sue. C.'ic and 75c plain and fancy Dress and Waist Silks,
Values up to $2.25 fcr $1.
Stylish, Serviceable Garments of
sateen, gingham, colored lawn, the
famous McGce adjustable yoke pet
ticoats included: garments worth
up to $2.25. all grouped
tmder one prie
COOL SHIRTWAIST SUITS.
Worth up to $5.95 for $2.98.
Stylish Suits that are easily latin
dered; of lawns and ginghams and
other cool materials: black, blue,
brown, tan. Here's an opportunity
to save half. The re's only about 2"
suits in the lot. so don't ex- q qq
pect them to last long
Very Fetching Styles in Women's
3 Oxfords 5
WE'RE intenrely careful about
made. You must have foot
it that you get loth.
And right now
Women's tan oxfords, hand turned.
rrgular $:: grade; dean
Women's tan calf oxfords, three
styles to sedect from; regular $:t. 15:
Women's white canvas ox
fords, all size's
$16.50 Silk Shirtwaist Suits S8.4S.
scheduled from Rock Island yesterday.
The .1. S. went sejuth yesterday, and
in an effort, to get the- W. W. off. be
came fast herself. The llethany Home
excursion was postpoiwl until tiiis
morning, and about 3ou people were
on hand to make the trip, whe'ii it was
announced that the leat would not Ikj
able to reach Rock Island until thi.;
afternoon. Fortunately, neither steam
er carried passenge-rs.
Word has been received that boil,
are off the bar. and the- J. S. has start
ed south to Fort Madison and the W.
W. comes here to go on its excursion
tonight and Saturday and Sunday.
FOR THRIFTY HOUSEWIVES.
ADVANCE SALE OF FLAN
New heavy fleeced flannelettes for
kimonas. dre'sses and waists; rcg
uiar i'c values: now. r
a yd IOC 0
pattern-?. ;" inches wide, suitabl
for gowns, kimonas. etc . n
good ISc values, for yd..
$2.25 WASH SKIRTS. 98c.
Practical, colored wash dress skirts.
or good wearing denim and duck: O
blue and black grounds, white pdka
dots, good values at $2.-5; qq
clean sweep price uOC
the lasts over which our shoes are
comfort as well as style we see to ?V
the savings are well worth youi
Misses' white canvas oxfords, si.es
l to '2, jer
pair '. . . .
Children's white canvas ox
fords, sizes G to 11
lVys' canvas oxfords, sizes
to 5', a pair
The Lizzie Cardne-r pulled theni u!f,
one at about 7 o'clock this morning an I
the other an hour later.
are Instantly relieved, and perfectly
healed, by Uucklen's Arnica Salve. C.
Rivenbark, Jr., of Norfolk. Va., writes:
"I burnt my knee dreadfully; that 11
blistered all over. Ibickbn's Arnica
Salve stopped the pain, and healed it
without a scar." Also heals all wotiielp
and sores. 25c at Hartz& 1,'Ilemeyer,
news all the linn Til i:
WE WILL BE RESPONSIBLE
FOR THE APPEARANCE OF
THE MEN IN THIS TOWN
WHEN WE MAKE THEIR
CLOTHES. THEY WILL BE
CORRECTLY AND BECOMING
S20 to . $40
(Minors Theatre Building.