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the iuiGus, Wednesday; artfiCY ii, ioog.
IS TESTING MILK
Professor John fA. Truaman, of
Champaign, in the
AUTHORITY ON DAIRYING
flneare of the north wrrn form, part
It Hnar anl eatiaa4 wana wrath
taaljcftt aad Thuraday. with arobably
thaadrnih(rm, may be experted 1
J. M. SIIRRIER, Local Forecaster.
Temperature at 7 a. m-, 81) at Si30
p. m.. Ml. Mlalanam temperature la 2 1
boon, MI miiimaia. 81. Velocity of
wind it 8 .
Holds Open Meeting Tomorrow and
Will Deliver Lecture in the
Professor John M. Trueman. assistant
state food Inspector and connected
with the department of dairy husband
ry of the University of Illinois at Cham
paign, is in the city for the purpose of
making an extensive test of milk fur
nished by local dairymen. Last even
ing samples were collected from hotels,
restaurants, and other places where
milk Is sold, and tests were made of
these late in the evening. -This morn
ing samples were collected from the
various wagons of dairymen and this
afternoon Mr. Trueman is making a
visit to as many of the local dairies as
he can reach.
Tomorrow those who desire to meet
Mr. Trueman may do so at the city
hail, and tests will be made of any
samples of milk that are brought in.
In the evening he will deliver a lec
ture on milk, its production and care,
in the city council chamber. A special
meeting of the council in committee of
the whole has been called to hear the
lecture and it is hoped that those in
terested will avail themselves of the
opportunity to gain valuable informa
tion on the subject to be treated.
Mt. Trueman comes to cooperate
with the city hr-alth department in ful
fillment of a promise he made early in
the spring. At that time he paid a
visit to Moline and delivered a lecture
there, spending but a few hours in
Hock I&Iand. He is one of the leading
authorities in the country on scientific
dairying and the care of milk.
LaSalle Is the best coal.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
Tri-CIty Towel Supply company.
For fancy butter, call at Weckel's.
Flour. Weckel's Best, none better.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz.
If you want a loan, call on Beecher
Bros., 1513 Second avenue.
Fly screens, Improved make, for sale
at Mueller Lumber company.
H. T. Slemon wants your tin and fur
nace work. 1526-1528 Fourth avenue.
Lewis' single binder, straight 5 cents.
You pay 10 cents for cigars not so
Do you want to sell your property.
See Beecher Bros., 1513 Second av
enue. Everything in the Pru-ri-ta store to
be sold now at half price. Move live
ly; 1913 Second avenue.
Your savings at the big July dis
count sale at McCabe's wil enable you
to pay vacation expenses.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Zimmerman,
Seventh street and Ninth avenue, are
the parents of a baby girl.
If you want a "nap in a 9 room mo
dern residence see Beecher Bros., at
once, 1513 Second avenue.
Do you want fire insurance in old
and reliable companies, call on Beech
er Bros.. 1513 Second avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnson, 1401
Thirtieth street, are the parents of
an 11-pound gill born last night.
John A. Lundberg and Grace Exner,
both of this city, were married this
morning by Justice G. Albert Johnson,
at his office.
Do you want to take a vacation?
Then save the monev first. Note the
Partly cloudy weather. nlth probn- chances every day at the Erea, dis.
bly h.dr.hn1, fulKht aad Thur- , cmmt ga,e flt McCabes
Attend the excursion given by Young
Certificate Charges Mrs. Ann C.
Otto With Perjury
IN THE 0TT0-SCHMID CASE
State's Attorney and County Judge Fil
ed Papers With Governor Deneen
for a Request.
YHY should the stove be light
ed, and the house heated
these warm days? Give your best
partner the rest and change which
she will enjoy In a delicious lunch
at our Tearoom Balcony.
THIRD AVENUE THROUGH TO SECOND
QUR optician.. Dr. Myers, will
make examination of eyes
free, and give advice without
charge. Our absolute guarantee
stands back of every transaction.
-Optical Dept. 2d floor, 2d Ave. bid' t-
State's Attorney J. K. Scott and
County Judge E. E. Parmenter today
issued certificates to Governor Deneen
looking toward a requisition on the
governor of Iowa for Mrs. Ann Cather- j
ine Otto of Davenport, on a charge of
perjury. The certificate of the state's
attorney is that he lias evidence suffi-1
cient to convict. The certificates were
forwarded today, and it remains to be
seen what action the governor will
From Noted. Cnne.
This action gives a new phase to the
noted Otto-Schmld case that is still in
the circuit court, and which resulted '
in the contempt of court sentence for ;
the daughter, Mrs. Laura Schmid. The
alleged perjury is understood to have
been in connection with the originnl. CJ
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cast;, in which .u rs. isnu isti-uieu a jy.a
J . - ,1 . 1 . l B r : l . W 1
juugnifiii. n whs uftauise ui iaiiuie
to settle this judgment that Mrs.
Schmid was arrested for larceny, and
sentenced for contempt of court.
days continued warm.
Continued nirm wralbrr la the Ml'
ourL Ohio aad upper MImmImmIppI val
leys la renaltlaa; from the north wen tern
barometric- rirprrnaloa which In thin
moraine central over Manitoba. Ovrla
to thin disturbance, and the low prev
ia ore which remain over Arlmooa, aeat
trred nhowera and thunderstorm have
oeearred aloaMT the eastern Hocky ninun
tain nlope and in the Riilf district and
eastern Iowa, with heavy rain at Oklu
bonia. Thuodershower are also re
ported from numerouM stations on the
Atlantic slope. Uu account of the la-
In order to give holders of cer
tificates of credit on pianos an
opportunity to get their credits
cashed from a stock where prices
have not been boosted for the
occasion, we have obtained a
special deal from our manufac
turers which enables us to re
deem all certificates at their face
value, plus $10. These certifi
cates will be accepted at $10
above their face value on any
new piano in our stock at the
regular prices. Every piano
marked in plain selling figures
the prices they have always sold
for. If you have a $100 certifi
cate, it is good for $110 here.
Besides our goods are marked at
from $50 to $100 less than price
now prevailing where they have
been priced especially for word
Ycu can always do better in
Davenport on a piano than any
where else and you can always
buy a better piano for the money
from GRIGGS than anywhere in
Bring your certificate' here
and see what it will do. .
210 Brady Street, Davenport.
People of the Swedish Lutheran church
Thursday evening. July 12, steamer V.
V. Music by Mangold's orchestra.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 59.
The great July discount sale at Me
Cabe's makes people forget all about
the hot mid-summer weather. Those
cool savings are not to be overlooked
St. Margaret's guild will give a lawn
sociable at Trinity chapel. Seventh
street and Fourth avenue. Thursday
evening. Ice cream and cake, 10 cents.
It's millinery tomorrow, every hat.
white, black or colored, every feather
and plume, everything in McCabe's big
millinerydepartment, 25 per cent dis
count all day Thursday.
.You may have particularly coveted
some special Item of millinery at Mc
Cabe's. Tomorrow is- a good time to
get it; as the price will be just onQ
Professor E. Vanbyer has been se
lected by the Island City band as the
director. Professor Vanbyer Is a tal
ented musician and an excellent in
structor, having had a great deal of
experience with brass bands.
Attend the first moonlight excursion
given by Frank L. Snyder court, No.
71, Ben Hur. Friday evening on the
steamer W. W. Music by Davenport
Military band. Boat leaves Davenport
at 8 p. m.. Rock Island 8:30 p. m.
William Emlg leaves tomorrow for
the east, where he will make a study
of the latest fall tailoring and cut
ting. During his absence Joseph Sitz-
ler of Cedar Rapids, who is a compe
tent workman In every respect, will be
in charge of the tailoring establish
Bethany Home Protective associa
lon cleared $14.75 on the recent river
excursion to Muscatine. It had been
feared that the trip would result In a
loss when all the bills were paid. The
members hope for better weather the
next time they undertake anything of
the kiifd.. - . . . -v
A Tragic Finish.
A watchman's neglect permitted a
leak in the great North Sea dyke.
which a child's finger could have stop
ped. to become a ruinous break, de-
vastating an entire province in Hol
land. In like manner Kenneth Mclver,
of Vanceboro. Me., permitted a little
cold to go unnoticed until a tragic fin- '
ish was only averted by Dr. King's"
New Discovery. He writes: "Three
doctors gave me up to die of lung in- j
flammation, caused by a neglected
cold: but Dr. King's New Discovery
saved my life." Guaranteed best
cough and cold cure, at Hartz & Ulle
meyer's drug store, 50c and $1.00. Trial
D$f4ot Neglect Your, Bowels.
Many serious diseases arise from
neglectTcf the bowels. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets are a pleas
ant and agreeable laxative. They in
vigorate the liver and regulate the
bowels. For sale by all leading drug-
Saved His Comrade's Lif.
"While returning from the Grand
Army encampment at Washington City
a comrade from Elgin, 111., was taken
with cholera morbus and was in a
critical condition. " says J. E. Hough
land, of Eldon. Iowa. "I gave him
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- j
rhoea Remedy and believe saved his i
life. I have been engaged for 10 years j
In immigration work and conducted j
many parties to the south and west. I J
always carry this remedy and have ;
used it successfully on many occa- j
sions. ' sold ny an leading druggists
Telephone 821 Davenport Automo-J
bile company for demonstration of a
Northern car. We can make immedi
ate delivery. No hill too steep for the
Northern. Davenpert Automobile com-,
Chicago, July 11. following are the
market quotations today:
July, 77. 78, 77. 78.
September. 77, 78. 77 , 78 .
December, 79. 80. 79. 80.
May. 82, 83. 82. 83.
July, 52. 52, 52, 52.
September. 52 , 53, 52, 52.
December, 50, 51, 49, 51.
May, 50. 61. 49. 51V4.
July, 38. 3S, 38. 38.
September. 34, 35, 34. 35.
December. 35. 3G, 35, 36.
May, 37. 3S. 37. 38.
July, 18.75. 18.90. 18.75. 18.87.
September, 17.50, 17.57, 17.50. 17.52.
July. 9.05. 9.10. 9.02. 9.07.
September. 9.17, 9.22. 9.15. 9.20.
October, 9.22. 9.27. 9.22. 9.22.
July, 9.67. 9.70, 9.67. 9.67.
September. 9.55, 9.60. 9.55, 9.55.
October, 9.30. 9.32. 9.27, 9.30.
Receipts today Wheat 98, corn 19,
oats 90, hogs 23,000, cattle 21,000, sheep
Hog market opened strong to 5c
higher. Hogs left over 2.200. Light
6.456.90. mixed and butchers 6.45
C.90. good heavy 6.20 6.92. rough
heavy 6.20 6.40.
Hogs at Omaha 7,000, cattle 3.300.
Hogs at Kansas City 9,000, cattle 8.
&k JBK;n Mr. IK Ih. 1.
BEAL 6c SCHMITT,
1600 Second Avenue : : ROCK ISLAND, LIL.
We promhe to deliver to hearer ONE PAIR OF TROUSERS torn any of our styles
FREE OF CHARGE
OS PVRCHASING A SUIT OR OVERCOAT.
THIS OFFER HOLDS GOOD UNTIL JULY 31, 1906.
Should you not be able to make use of our most liberal offer, please band
this Certificate to. one of your friends, that he may take advantage of same.
Great July Discount
1 1 1
HE enthusiasm in our Great July Discount
Sale increases as it becomes tetter known.
25c cfiven back on everv dollar spent is a
selling magnet, even in tbis bot July weatber.
It s wortb wbile to look up your needs, to
tbmk, to figure, and to plan your buying to suit
T tbe different days. Stock up now for tbe future,
and save enough to pay for a vacation.
JTS trie Mill inery on Thursday; every bonnet, every hat,
trimmed or untnmmed, every frame, every flower, all the
feathers and plumes, all the white hats and caps, every item in
this immense Millinery department goes in the July sale at a
quarter off, 25 percent discount. Do you realize what is
means? One-fourth off from the present marked-down prices,
that's it, just take off one-quarter all day Thursday on every
article in our Wlillmery department.
Here s where the savings count
fast, when there are so many feet to cover and one-fourth
off every purchase is handed hack. Every pair of Stockings
in the store, men s, women's and children s; all suffer the same
discount, 25 percent.
Our prices are now the lowest in the west. Well, just
take off 25 percent more Friday on every pair of Stockings for
the entire family, and. see the results.
TROUBLE Bill for Saturday, all day and evening until 9:30 o'clock, one
fourth returned on all goods in our Fancy Work Department, and on all
the best and staple makes of Corsets on the market one-fourth off.
There are thousands of articles in the Fancy Work Department now marked
at the lowest prices known, but Saturday you can figure 25 percent, more, right
off the bottom of your bill.
Buy your fancy goods and articles now for Christmas and the Holidays
and save one-fourth.
Twenty-five percent off on Corsets; just think of what it means when you
can take off one-fourth on all the best styles and staple makes t)f Corsets on the
market. Do your own figuring and tell your neighbors and friends.
Watch Saturday's papers for the announcements in continuation of the
greatest July Discount Sale.
Cattle market opened steady.
- Sheep market opened strong.
U. S. Yards. 8:40 a. m. Hog market
strong to 10c higher. Light 6.507.00.
mixed and butchers 6.457.00, good
heavy G.257.00. rough heavy 6.25
Cattle market strong. Beeves 4.15
6.25. cows and heifers 1.304.70,
stackers and feeders 2.60 6.40.
Sheep marekt steady.
Hog market closed weak. Light
6.50 7.00, mixed and butchers 6-50
7.00. good heavy 6.25 7.00, rough
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market closed strong.
New York Stocks.
New York, July 11. U. P. 141. U.
S; Steel preferred 100, U. S. Steel
common 33, Reading 120, Rock Is-j
land preferred 62, Rock Island com-J
mon 234. O. & W. 47, Southern Pa
cific 64, N. Y. Central 129. Mis-1
souri Pacific 90. L. & N. .141, Smelt
ers 142. C. F. I. 45. Canadian Pa
cific 158, Illinois Central 175Vi.
Penna 124. Erie 39, T. C. I. 144.
C. & O. 55. B. R. T. 72. B. & O.
116V4, Atchison 87, Locomotive 66,
Sugar 128, St. Paul 174, Copper
96, Republic Steel preferred 95, Re
public Steel common 26, Southern Ry.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island, July 11. Following are
the wholesale quotations In today'i
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, $3.00
to $3.50 per dozen; hens, per lb., 8c
ducks per lb., 10c; turkeys, per lb,
13c; geese, per lb., 11c.
Butter Dairy, 16 to 17c.
Vegetables Potatoes, new 50 to 60c.
Eggs Fresh, 15c.
Cattle Steers, $3.00 to $4.75; cows
and heifers, $2.00 to $4.50; calves $4.50
Hogs Mixed $5.75 to $6.25.
Sheep Yearlings or orer, $3.00OM;
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Corn, 54 to 55c; oats, 40c.
Forage Timothy hay, $15; prairie
$11 to $14; clover, mixed, $11 to $12;
straw. $5 to $6.
Wood Hard, per load. $5 to $5.50.
Coal Lump, bushel, 18c; slack, p r
bushel, 10 to 12c.
Bast by Test