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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, JUNE 18,; 3 900.
ON JAIL BILLS
Supervisors Adjourn Leaving
.' Important - Matter Still
. . I-
GOULD AND EASTMAN WAR
Chairman Iii hmoiid Intervenes to
1 t. Stop Personalities Judges
and Clerks f Election.
' "The board of h supervisors yester
day afternoon,' after a lynRthy dis
cussion of the subject, voted, on mo
tion of Supervisor Medimpsoy, to de
fr any action on the matter of bills
for supplies at the county jail until
i the ' September meeting. There war
Vr.6ide discussion following the opin
ion by Assistant Slate's Attorney
Sehriver, ' but no conclusion was
reached and the matter was dropped.
, - Before adjournment- the dift'er
ences between Supervisors Could
'and Eastman of Moline broke out
again, and Supervisor Could produc
Jed newspaper clippings to support his
statement earlier in the session that
one of the members had declared in
a published statement that the mem
bers of the board were grafters. The
supervisor was soc.n called to order,
Supervisor Weckel raising a point of
order before the discussion proceed
ed very f:ir. Chairman Richmond in
formed the members that personal
ities would noi be permitted.
Judgf" of I :!! lou.
The board during this session ap
pointed the judges of election and
fixyd the polling places as follows:
. Cordova Woodman hall, Cordova;
'fcaward Cool, Charles dense and A.
Coe Fairfield school house; A. Sad-
Done in the most approved
and scientific manner.
Hours 9 to 12 a. m. 1 to
6 p. m.
Room 511, Best Building
d'iris, 13. W. Sallows aud William Me
Canoe Creek Woodman hall, Hills
dale; J. S. Palmer, C. C. Dillen and
Zuma Wake school house; Leslie
Ilanna,' J. E. Donahco and F. H. Zieg-
Port Byron Town hall; J. J. Hunt
ley, Fred O Hara and William Filbert.
Hampton First' precinct, village
hall, Hampton, Henry Schroeder, Jo
seph Hennes and Ceorge Norton; sec
ond precinct, Hennegan's store, Con
rad Schaat, Harry Woodruff arid A.
O. Brien; third precinct, village coun
cil room, Rapids City, William Ziegler.
Jacob Scheib and Frank Wainwright;
fourth precinct, office Silvis Land com
pr.ny, V. II. Dumbeck. Henry Bahnks
and J. McMahun.
South Moline First precinct, town
hall. John Weckel, W. C. Wilson and
Nathan Erickson; second precinct.
Salzmann's store, A. K. Bergholtz. Wil
liam F. Salzmann and Carl Dralle.
South Ro: k Island First precinct.
town hall, Ceorge H. Richmond. J. W.
Donncl and I2d Jens; second precinct,
school house, Twon'j -fourth street.
Conrad Kitsch, Andrew Manheim and
Black Hawk Town hall. D. W. Mat
thews, John Ranhurper and J. K. Mc-
Coal Valley Town hall. John Mc-
Cimpsey, J. M. Lcrs and Robert Patterson.
Rural Town hall. P. W. Wads
worth, H. T: Sayers and Andrew Don
Bowling Keller school, John Lip
ton. C. C. Clarke and W. W. Long.
Kdgington First precinct. Rush's
store, John H. Patterson, Louis Baker
and Charles Crawford; second pre
cinct, engine house. James Venable
Frank C. Wait and George Kil pa trick.
Andalusia Village hall, Albert Ho
fer. .1. C. Burgoyne and Reuben Roth.
Buffalo Prairie Town hall, Charles
Schnler. S. E. Roberts and William
Drury Foster store, Louis Hessman
Jr., William Hudson and J. H. Bendle
First ward First precinct, Nold bar
ber shop, James Warnock, James
Hodges and Wiliam L. Aster; second
precinct, COO Seventh avenue, W. J
Cahagen, Andrew Etzcl and Valentine
Second ward First precinct, Kruse
shoe shop, Ezra Wilcher, Wiliam II
Schriver and John Cahail; second pre
cinct, city barn. Phil Wagner, L. V
Kckhart. Sr., ami William Eckerman
Third ward First precinct, county
jail building, David Don,.H. F. Lamp
ar.d L. J. Deisenroth; second precinct
Mo I Seventh avenue, S. R. Wright
Ben Rinck and Peter Schlemnier
third precinct. I'llemeyer's drug store
C. A. Solander. Sam Ryerson and E
j F. Hellpenstell.
Fourth ward First precinct. Frick's
I ham. H. .7. Paridon, Charles Exneran
jN. M. Moore; second precinct. Levy's
1 barn. II. C. Harris, Charles Fields and
j M. W. Battles. Sr.
; I'ifth ward First precinct, hosi
house. Twenty-second street. Robert
Kuschniann, W. H. Dickman and T. K
McCoy; second precinct, Schmidt
grocery s-tore, Charles Oswald, George
L. Schmidt and John Brennan.
Sixth ward First precinct, hose
house. Twenty-sixth street. John Mohl
John Warner and W. II. Brough; sec
Spread for "Bread
f'iM Ilium. .-
Use it instead of other evects: you'll cniov
uie navor anu uc oencntcu by iiz purity.
. it&0 is a sweet with a food value.
la al.kM. A- k n .....
A book at (ockina and candv-mnflnn r-Nci t m
Cora Products fteEnlng Compaay sJry FTvtS
Braided Moulded Con
struction. Stands Abuse.
SIMON & LAND AUER, DAVENPORT, IOWA
id-Summer Clothes alt Late Season Prices
OUR months of warm weather ahead; 4th
of July just two weeks away; hot weather
lies at end of season prices; S. & L. qual-
ities better than ever. It's surely to your own
interest to buy now.
Nothing Like a Dressy Blue
Serge for Summer
The two button sack with long rolling lapel is
mid-summer's favored style. Trousers are peg
top, shaped in waist; weit seams and cuffs.
Other popular colorings are light grays, tans
and greenish effects in stripes and mixtures.
Materials are flannels, cassimeres and wor
teds. Prices cut to
$15, $18 and $20.
Special sale worsted suits at $12.
"White serges, white flannels, white serge with
lavender stripe and tropic worsteds in light
gray, tan, and greenish stripes, popularly pric
$3.50, $5, $6.50, and $7.50.
Strains 30 cents to $4.
VERYTHING in furnishings that make
for comfort during the hot weather. The
right kind of shirts, cool underwear, fancy hose
for low shoes, a wonderful range of brilliant
neckwear, classy straws, belts, etc
Shirts that Embody Every Detail
Demanded by the Careful Dresser
Neckband shirts in dainty black and white
figure, stripe and dot effects; fancy blue, lav
ender, helio and tan in clear stripes; plaited or
plain bosoms, coat style, with cuffs attached.
Negligee collar attached shirts, solid and
fancy colors in madras, soiesette, silk, mohair
and linen. Special shirt values at
50c, $1 and $1.50.
Cool; comfortable, perfect fitting underwear
in every style, size and proportion. Union or
two piece suits in knee or ankle length, short,
no sleeves, quarter or long sleeves. Stouts,
short stouts, longs arid regular sizes in lisle.
' balbriggan, derby ribbed, mercerized and
"Porosknit." Special prices
25c; 42c, 50c, $ 1 and $1.50.
Boys' $1.00 neckband shirts, 50c.
Boys' $1.50 neckband shirts, $1.
ond precinct, Iliess' barn. 1. V. Swan
son, John Snitzer and Charles Lovell.
Seventh ward First precinct. Altar's
restaurant. Thirty-firs', street and Fifth
avenue, Joshua Hasselquist, H. If.
Uobb and Fred Ilaneke; second pre
cinct, Peterson's carpenter shop, Carl
Anderson, A. K. Nelson afld Emil
Th icsscn; third precinct. tlannonV:
paint shop. Philip Bruchman, Frank
lieraiiUc and Chris Cannon.
First ward First precinct, Tahl's
meat market. !. 1... McCoy. John Con-
do. Sr., and Theodore Oharlberg; sec
ond precinct. Swan Troop's office, Gust
ilerghind, John Van Hoorbeck and
I. -on is Speck.
Second ward First precinct, second
district hose house, A. G. Carlson, C.
II. Godehn and A. F. Vinton; second
precinct, F. (J. Johnson's store, N. O.
W. Johnson, Noah Huddle and Wil
Third word First precinct, Moline
Art gallery, George M. Gould. H. J.
Hull and Wiliam Webb; second pre
cinct. Turner hall, R. J. Pears. Frank
I.undholm and William SeifTert.
Fourth ward First precinct, third
district hose house, G. H. McKinleyl
Charles Ogdcn and A'. J. Beach; sec
ond precinct. Hill barn. Twentieth
street, between Fifth and Sixth ave
nues, A. ('. Woodyatt, E. L. Eastman
and John llasson.
Fifth ward First precinct. Dr. Trem
blay's building, John Sward, Owen E.
Owens aud Herman G. Nygren; second
piecinct. Cripp's barn, C. V. Swanson,
S. E. Lindbloom and .1. E. Creutz.
Sixth ward First precinct, Grtpp's
office, Fred Linden, Hanry Wilke and
h. C. Quade; second precinct. New
land's store, Joseph Murphy, Aloin An-
jderson and T. F. Hannon; third pre
cinct. Brown's brick block, Henry
Dierks, James Hasson and Andrew
Seventh ward First precinct, Coyne's
store room. Swan Dahlberp;, A. J.
Kucheman and .1. K. Newton; Second
precinct. Swedish chapel. J. C. Moore.
D. A. Wcatberhead and William Car-
stens; third precinct, Union Congrega
tional church, G. h, Peterson, S. O.
Berglund and Edwin W. Wells.
HOTEL ON , WHEELS.
500 feet lengths. You cm get any length you need in
one piece. Come in and sse for yourself.
Channon & Duf va, j
112 West Sevententh street. v
Unique Train to Carry Visitors to
"Portcla" Festival at San Francisco.
A hotel on wheels fur the managers
of the principal host dries of America
and Europe "is one of the unique
Bchemes of the promoters of the "Por
tbla," the festival ut which San Fran
cisco expects to show the world what
she has done.
Janses Woods, manager of the Hotel
St. Frances. San Francisco, commis
sioned by the mayor of San Frauclsco
and the governor of California as one
of the managers, was at the Congress
hotel in Chicago recently on the way to
New York to arrange for a special
train for hotel men from coast to
coast. This train is to be manned
throughout by hotel men.
The 'Tortola" festival, which Is
named from Gasper de Portola. the
discoverer of San Francisco bay. Is
scheduled to be hold during the week
of Oct. 1J. President Taft has accept
ed an Invitation to attend on the open
ing day. Nations touching on the Pa
cific ocean have teen Invited to send
one battleship eacli to San Francisco
for the occasion.
MIKADO'S BOWL FOR VASSAR.
COACHES-PetcrnaD Roach Foo4 entices
from their hidiai places roaches, water bugs
and beetles. They eat it and die. Eren
if they walk over it. it kills them. '
BEDBUG3: Peteraaa'a Dtscaverr.' Instant-.
ly annihilates bed bugs. First class hotels,
steamboat companies, etc, always use it.
A sure preTentire.
BATS: Peternan'a Rat-BMoaa Fd ia so
obnoxious to rats that they leave the
premises anil do uot return. Non-poisoaous
t'.ie rats don't die. No fear of dead rats
in the walla.
ANTS AND FLEAS z IVtercian's Aat Faad
gives immediate relief. Nothing else so
sure. ' .
Standard for Si rears. Be sure it's Pckcrman's.
WILLIAM PETE KM AN INC VEW TORS.
Baroness L'riu Gave ' to Her Alma
Mater Gift Received From Emperor.
Daroness Frlu ami her husband. Vice
Admiral T-iiu of the Japanese nary,
were the stars at Vassnr college com
mencement exorcises in Poushkeepsie.
N. Y.. the ether day. and at the lunch
eon the baroness bestowed upon the
eoHesc. Lvr alma mntcr. a silver bowl
lven to her by the emperor of Japan,
who, when he learned that the baron-
es:i was to visit the I'nited States, let
it be know n that she might pass on the
Imperial gift to her American college.
The bowl Is made of solid silver as
thick as a silver dollar. It Is -about ,
twelve Inches across and stands teD
Inches lii?h. The howl Is decorated In
enamel and hammered relief work
representing In color the flowers of
Japan the wistaria aud chrysanthe
mumalso the heron, the bird 6f that
country and the official mark of the
royal house. The bowl Is valued at
$1,000. It is a fine specimen of Jap
Former " Rock Islanders Were
Victims of Internal Troubles
WORD FROM DR. C. W. F0SS
Cablegram Is Sent t Angustana S3 11
od at ' Ked WiiiR Athletic
llule Not Krscimlctl.
A cablegram was read at the August
ana synod which is in session at Rod
Wing, Minn., in which it was stated
that Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kananishu
and their two children, all of whom
were formerly residents of Rock Is
land, had been killed in the massacres
which have been in progress in Persia
for some time. Mr. Kananishu attended
Augustana collego and lived in the
east end of the city for several years.
Some five years ago 'he left here o
become a missionary among the Per
sians. The cablegram was from Dr. C. W.
Foss, who with his wife, is touring in
the east. They were on their way to
I ay a visit to their old friend, but thjy
were warned by the American consul
in Persia that it would not bo safe for
Bronze Badges For' Cuban Service.
All the officers and men of the Unit
ed States army who served In Cuba
during the period of pacification from
Oct. 6. 1000, to April 1, 1909, will re
ceive from the government a service;
badge with ribbon In recognition ot(
that service. The badge ana ribbon
P will be Issued as a part of the army
uniform, gratuitously to enlisted men
and at cost price to officers. This ac
tion is taken by direction of President
Taft The badge will be of bronze and
will be similar in general design to
the badges previously authorized for
services during the Spanish war and
the 'Philippine insurrection. . . .. .
A Good Location at 119
Brady street, 'Davenport.
J. P. WILLIAMSON & CO.
The old Second Hand Dear
er of 1628 Second avenue,'
' Have tf turned from "
Ixs Angeles, Ca1 nd
now ' opening ' up
FINE NEW AND SECOND
At 110 Krndy street,
and will Ik; glad to
see all of my old ut
fons and at many ittw
. ones and will pay ,
more for goods than
any other dealer and
J. P.- Williamson
S & Co.
119 Brady street. Davenport.
them to make the trip to the place
where Mr. Kananishu waalocated. They
accordingly turned back and a few
days later they learned of his death.
The Hews brings general regret here.
i . Stick to Rule. .. 'vV'
The synod had a nhmber of financial
matters up for consideration today an!
a number of appropriations were made
"iid several salaries were increased.
The matter of allowing athletic rela
tions between the rynod schools and
oilier schools, was considered and the
previous action of the board in cutting
out intercollegiate athletics was not
rescinded, although a way for this was
opened for next ydar.
McFARLAND FIRES GILM0RE
Lightweight Again Chases His Man
ager and Will Go Alone; ".'-1
Packey McFdrland. aspirant for the
lightweight championship wlio is Visit
ing inr Davenport last night gave.-p.ut
a statement in which Jie said that' lie
had again parted company with Harry
Gilmore, his manager, and that the
latter would be notified at once. There
was no hard feel'ng, McFarland said,
but he was of the opinion he could fet
along better alone for awhile.
All the news all the time THE
60-incli able Damask, yard 22VC
Ladies' Kimonos, 25c values . 19c
Ladies Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, each ......... 3c
Ladies' Hose, 39c value 25 C, 25c values'! 5c and
10c values ; Jjfj
Corsets, odd sizes, slightly soiled at half price
$1.00 values 50c, 50c values 25c
Standard Calicoes and shirtings, yard 4c
9-4 Pepperill Bleached Sheeting;, yard 23c
9-4 Pepperill unbleached Sheeting', yard 21 C
Brass Wash Boards, each ............ 1 ..... . 23c
No. 8 copper bottom wash boiler, only 99c
Granite ware any article on table 8C
Clothes pins, per dozen 1c
AT OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Sugar, 20 pounds for $1.00
Sabyan Coffee, per pound. m a 20c
Santa Clause Soap, eight bars for 25c
Fancy Fresh Tomatoes, basket' 25c
Florida Pineapple, each 5c
Horblit's Department Store,
1628 Second Avenue. -