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THE j&KGTJS, FRIDAY J 1 JULY 23, 190D.V
NARROWS TO ONE
American Simplex the Only Car
. "in Glidden Tour with Per
f ect Score Card.
BEGINTRIP' TO COLORADO
Citizcu Who Attempts to Kate With
One of Tourists Has His Mu
l cliine Wrttckctl.
Kearney, Xeb.". July 23. The Glid
Iden tourists made the start for today's
run to Julesburg, Colo at 7 o'clock.
The roads are generally good through
out the 20f miles or tlte run. There
is now but one perfect: score card in
the contest for the Detroit trophy, th;
American Simplex. f
The distance yesterd;", while longor
than made the previo-b day, proved
to be less of a strain on the cars which
came through . without, penalization,
with the exception of tBie Chalmers
Detroit No. 2 and the Jtvcll No. 111.
The withdrawal of the Chkilniers No. U
contestant for the Glidden- trophy was
announced lust night, the car to con
tinue as a noncontestant.
The penalization of tli Chalmers
No. 52, which , leaves but "one perfect
score tar for the Detroit cu?) amounted
to six points for work on the commu
tator shaft, connections and tighten
ing motor bolts, both minor troubles.
One and four-tenths points' were iiddod
to the Jewel penalization for labor oil
fr lllln Telegraph :
Fewer accidents marked th tour
yesterday, the most serious being the
wrecking of a car owned by a resid?irt
of this section of the country, who at
tempted to race with one of the Glid
den cars, the 104 Brush, aiid skidded
into a telegraph pole, almost demolish
ing the car. D. B. Huss, the driver of
the Bru:?h stopped for a moment !.')
miles from Kearney aud was chal
lenged by the owner to speed the car
into town. -The machine left the road
while, attempting to pass another car.
hnt luckily, neither the driver nor his
companion received more tha a severe
shakJug up. '
line of the mud holes jrich were so
humorous yesterday almfst proved the
undoing or the ThonigR No. 11 near
Columbus, and before lie car could b?
extricated nearly half of the cars hi
the run were lined p watching the
rescue work, 'whichblocked the road.
With the assistance of -Webb Jay's
Premier, the American Simplex, one of
the Jewel cars, and the Rapid Truck,
aided and abetted by three sets of block
and tackle, the car was finally pulled
out of the mud uninjured.
Ilovtrr Uult 111m tilii. '
Chairman Hower, for the tirst time
in Glidden tour history, failed to make
the ruu yesterday, electing to stay on
his observation car, attached to the
long lineof Glidden Pullmans. The
railroad track, parallels the road trav
ersed by the autos a great part or the
way and thd chairman spent his time
watching the long parade of cars pass
on- their-wav-here. .-: .
INDIAN STUDENT TO
DIE FOR HIS CRIME
IMtimigri Convicted in ljoudoit. Trial
Lusting L'ss Tluui ru
LAICAFF SHOWS 1
IN GREAT FORM
j (Continued from page Three). -
ions day for the bugs who rooted for
the-home team yesterday, for Bloom-j
ington's pride was- shattered, its piicli-,
ers whaled and its players humiliated.
Laugdon, the Bloomington catcher, w.is1
injured and had to retire to the bench. j
'and, Umpire Hollingswonh put him out'
of the grounds for talking from the
Reitz, 3b ......
Geyer, rf .........
, Warrendcr. U . .
Ohland, cf ........
E. Smith, c
M. Smith, p
London, July 23. Madarlul Dhinagri.
the Indian stident who shot and killed
Lieutenant Coloner Sir William Hu't
Curzon Wyllic and Dr. Cawas lutlcaca,
today was found guilty and sentenced
to death at the conclusion of a trial of
less than, an hour's duration.
Long, cf-p ,
Cuthaw, 2b ,
Mclchoir, lb ,
Laugdon, e ..
B. Smith, c
Krwin, lr ,
R. li. P.. A. K.
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It. II. P. A. P.
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Specials for Saturday
open national quarters ?mto5o::::;:::i;;S5S;
Stolen bases McGrew, Rei.z. Two
base hits Reitz, Keenan. Double
plays M. Smith. Nye, Shaffer. Struck
out By Smith. 2; by Kearney. 1.
Bases on balls Off Kearney, 4; off
Kuyor, 1; off Long, 1. Wild pitches
Kearney. 1; Rover. 1. Hit by pitch ;r
Nye. Passed ball B. Smith, 1. Hits
Off Kearney, 3; off Royer, (J; off
Long, 1. Umpire Hollings worth.
Otlnr Itnpiiln Tnkri Our.
Cedar Rapids, July 23. Cedar Rap
ids snatched the lead in the first in
ning, and copped one more in the
third and another in the fifth, while
Springfield's two runs came together
in the sixth. The game was fast and
the sensational plays equally divided.
CaiKiiteis' Home Costing $100,000
is ' Dedicated at Indianapolis.
Indianapolis. Ind., July 23. The new
national headquarters building of the
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and
Joiners in this city was dedicated yes
terday. The building cost $100,000.
The carpenters and joiners' union is
the second largest labor union iu the
country the United Mine Workers be
ing the largest aud has a membership
Cut Out the Coupon
in last Wednesday's paper & get
30 7d& Trading Stamps Free
in addition to the ones you are entitled to on any
purchase you make. 1 ' . -
- 58-inch bleached Blarney linen
table damasks just for fun Sat-
. urday per yard, 19c, (not a
thread of - iQp
. linen) ItU
30-inch hemstitched drawn work
center pieces J O
r n'clnrk fino soft finish
At 4 o'clock full Standard sil-
ver grey and shepherd check
7c prints. - A r
per yard "
i Women's 25c lace lisle f)p
Gnrliin7s. ner nalr .'. IvU
All that are left of the season's
handsome novelty TOrP"K
were $2.50 and $3, pick jj1 Xf
Saturday for .&l,xJJ
Kayser 2-c-lasp lisle eloves. in
" tan. brown, pray, black nd
.white, grab quick oC
Handsome imitation Armenian
; hand wrought :
corner -... -
Satiirdav. 5fr dozen embroidered
bandkercbiefs . with Buster
Brown. Billy and Baby !--"pliant.
. pick ,H-:-.;--V""'
Finest Messaline ribbons, plain
ior. and - floral r urign
taffeta ribbons 25c value" ill
of them, all day, . , 1 Kr
yard .. .lL,
, '3.00 o'clock p. m. and while s.
frve dozen last, fancy white hurt?
scarfs and towels, stamp"1 htb
nd. . .- On
each . .v . . .... ...:..(,v.6JL
. Frinsted linen doylies. nne: row
drawn work all stamped 'rf-'
Men's muslin collarless tht
, Fhirts, just five OO
dozen, each ........OOC
12 dozen men's madras shirts,
with two detached collars, some
without; broken sizesr )Q
to close out quick ivvL-
' Broken lines of cotton torchons
and Val. laces, worth up to 10c
yard, close out quick ")
at. yard. i'-'C
Latest cross-bar corset cover
embroideries, about half
value Saturday, yard . . . . cL 3 C
2:30 -p. ;m. 1.000 yards mill
lengths of fine shirting madras
mostly white and black fig
ures. 38 inches wide. Crs
2."c value, per yard ... I vC
'3:30 p. m. 800 yards odd
lengths of dress ginchams. Per
sian challjes, plain white A ln
madras, etc.. all at '. Hr'2C
Witch TIazel and English Pse
soap, two cakes - -
Fancy carved srold trimmed or
plain back combs,
large assortment. . . . ,..-(,
Daintv colored wash belt, ""h
pearl buckles, r
die ones 0JL
White linen dress skirts., one
ninre lot of these Qr
splendid values...... ... JiV.
Those delicious jelly bon-,"",s,
25o lb., special i O
Saturday, lb. I OL
Fresh roasted salted 10r
peanuts, lb. ........ . . . . . 1 vU
Hnyler's novelty confec-
tlon, package. .'
Decorated paper napWns
four picnic or outfng, doz
, Paper, picnic plates, '
. . . . .
Three-quart deep granite' id-
ding . Op
pans ... . .............. . . . . ,
Earthern butter crocks, 'h
cover, one day
Sanitary glass ice cream freezer
the kind that requires
bor worth $1.25. 7Kr
Saturday ...........,.... JO
Remember double stamps Saturday in the Corset and Lin
en Section, on all shoes, double stamps on all suits, wraos,
costumes, waists, skirts, etc., and on everything on our big
third floor in furniture, bedding, floor coverings, etc etc. :
MUSICAL PROGRAM IN THE EVENING
CEDAR RAPIDS. R.
Deconley. cf o
Collins, If 2
Cooley, 2b 0
Chase, 3b o
Salliard, lb o
Swatosli, ss o
Clemens, if o
Rob re r, c l
Hoffcr, p 0
Carmichael, p 0
Cosgrove, cf . . .
Smith, lb ... ..
Bell, 2b .'.
Blatisser, ss . . .
Steig'er ..... .
3 7 27 10 . 1
R. II. P. A. E.
0 0 0
0 10 0
Totals 2 8 21 II 1
'Stcigcr batted for Miller in the
Cedar Rapids 10101000 3
Springfield 00000200 02
Stolen bases Clemens, Streeter (2).
Two-base hits Rohrer. Collins. Sal
liard, Steiger. Three-base hit Smith.
Hits Off Hoffer. C in seven innings.
Struck out By Hoffer, 2; by Carmich
.ael, 1; by Miller, 3. Bases on balls
Off Hoffer, 2: off Carmichael. 1: off
Miller, 1. .Hit by pitcher By Miller,
. 1. Umpire Pearl.
HAVE ENTERED PROTEST
Islanders Want Weilncsday'ji Game
Blotted from Records.
Following the protest which
Bloomington has made against the
use of Pitcher Ferrias of the Du-
, buquc club, the Rock Island manage
' ment has protested the" game played
Wednesday on tiie grounds that Fer
rias was not legally a member of the
winning club. The decision to make
this protest was reached " after the
ownc-nhip of Ferrias had been look
ed into carefully by the local "man
agement "uud it had been found that
tho claim made by the Bloomer club
is. a pretty strong one. President
Sext.i-i hai- been handed a written
prot ;sr i-nd asked to throw the game
out of 'Hie records. Ferrias was the
big fact cr in the unexpected defeat
which was handed to the Islanders
. Wednesday and if he is awarded to
Bloomington, the protest will very
likely hold and make another game
$5.00 Oxford Shoes at . . $4.00
$4 00 Oxford Shoes at . . $3.39
S3.50 Oxford Shoes at . . $2.89
$3 00 Oxford Shoes at . . $2.39
$2.00 Oxford Shoes at . . $1.50
All Leathers- All Colors
Straw Hats at Half Price.
Boys' Caps at Half Price.
RECORD OF LEAGUES
; W. L. Pet.!
Springfield .X.w.43 24 .642
Rock Island ..i 46 26 .639
Davenport 42 31 .575
Bloomington 38 35 .521
Decatur 35 35 .500
Peoria 33 41 .40
DubiKjue ? 28 42 .400 .
Cedar Rapids 20 54 .270 I
Chicago ; 53
New York , 47
St. Ixmis 33
Championship to Streator.
Jollet, 111., July 23. Streator won
the championship of the Illinois Valley
Golf association by defeating Morris
by a Bcore of 18 to C yesterday after
noon. Joliet won from Marsatawa by
13 to 8. The approaching and putting
contest was won by Charles Fish of
Jolict. In the individual contest Kin
ney .Robinson of Joliet, Griggs of
Streator and Eelerding of Morris are
tied, and will play off the tie today.
Rejects Commission Form.
f Fargo; N. D.. July 23. Fargo re
flected commission form of govern
ment by 99 majority yesterday.
Minneapolis ... .. .
Iouisvillc . . . . .
Cleveland . .
New York .
St. Ixjuis . .
. .' 30
Boston. 0; PUtsburg. 9. ,
Other games postponed, rain.
, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Indianapolis, 0; St. Paul. 4.
Louisville, 3; Milwaukee, 4.
Toledo, 11; Minneapolis, 0.
Columbus-Kansas City, rain.
Des Moines, 7-3; Pueblo, 4-12.
Omaha, 3; Denver, 8.
Sioux City, f; Wichita, 1 1.
Wheeling, 0; Terre Haute, 1.
South Bend, 1; Fort Wayne, 5.
Qllier games postponed, rain.
Kewanee, 4; Ottumwa, 3.
Hannibal. (!; Quincy. 4.
Jacksonville, 0; Keokuk, 1.
Burlington. 9; Waterloo, 2.
W I SCO N S I N-I LLI NOIS LEAGUE.
Appletou, 5; Freeport, 0.
Oilier games postponed, rain.
I LLIN OIS-M ISSOU RI LEAG U E.
Galesburg, 2; Canton. 0.
Monmouth, 2; Bcardstown, 1.
Macomb, 2; Pekiu, 3 (12 innings).
STRIKE AT KENOSHA
Peace Negotiations. Follow Yester
day's Kioting at Allen
WESTERN LEAG CE.
W. L. Tct.
Sioux City i 50 31 .C17
Omaha .....4C 35 .508
Dcs Moines AS 33 .503
Denver 38 37 .507
Wichita ..... 10 42. .4S8
Topeka ..... ........... .37 40 .481
Lincoln 31 19 .387
Pueblo ......31 49 .387
- Rock Island. 5 ; Peoria, 0.
Davenport, 9; Bloomington, 1.
Dubuque, 22-1; Decatur, 1-3.
Cedar Rapids, 3; Springfield, 2.
t AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Chicago. 4; Philadelphia, 3.
St. Louis, 5; Washington, 1.
Detroit, 6; Boston, 0.
Cleveland, 0; New York, 1 (six iu
NATIONAL LEAGU K. ;
New York, 1; Chicago, 3. .
Kenosha, Wis.. July 23. A day of
negotiation for settlement, free from
any suggestions of violence, follow
ed yesterday's riots at the striki
bound tannery of N. R. Allen's Sons
company here, where three men were
shot and several others were mo-
or less, seriously hurt. As a result
of a series of conferences between
the strike committee and . the com
pany's officials today, the breach be
tween the company and its eaiployes
had narrowed to a question of pay
for time lost by the strikers. This
promised, however, to be a stumbi'ng
block to an adjustment.
Kelly Boxes Clabby or Bloom:
LaPovte. Ind., July 23. 'Spike" Kel-
ly, the Chicago boxer, will be matched
to tight in this city or South Bend with
Jimmy Clabby of Milwaukee or Morris
Haute some time nextmouth His op
ponent has not been announced.
Cady is Entered.
Vlnf-lr P.fldv 1c lha &rspn1 fliili pntrp 1
Bloom of Chicago. All three box at- hi the western amateur champion golf
abbut the same weight, 142 pounds
ringside. Kelly is booked for a mill
before the Miner Rogers club of Terre
tournament, which is to open at the :
Homewood course, Chicago, next Mon
Maybe yow do not know bread bakers work: in
"flour mills. No, not in all flour mills.
y But iiv the mills where Occident Flour is V
made, bakers mac bread every day.
We resort to every test that . Science knows, to be sure the - '
wheat vc use is the very best hard wheat, to see that it j ;
is absolutely clean before the milling process begins,
then to obscr-c all those rigid requirements which are: ,
necessary to .the production of perfect flour. But thc'
fiual test the supreme test is the actual baking of bread, j
by our own bakers, from the flour we mill every day. f
If, by any chance, any day's output of flour does not - - y
make bread such as the most diseriminat-
Vinjj housewife demands, then that flour
never loaves our mills under the Occident
label. . - - -.-
1 co;s a fe w cents more pt-r sack to nuV Occl'lcnt Flour
tlmn if costs to uiiiko onllnary tlour. But the rlif
fcrc'icit is worth fsr move than Ui! small lrld
S cos:. I iu ro is never uny qupstmn about tho also
W h.toisr ileperouAic quality t Occiilent Floor. If no
fV ,vcrc' not surt' of V,e n'-alhy o every sack of Oori
J 'vnt 1'iovr w rr6 ikiti't Rn;irHnlej it. But vc ilo.
our w.Tr will roiund ymr money if you ore not
pleased with Occident.
For Sale by All Tri-city Dealers. ;L
Feed & Commission Comimny, Wlndcsale Distributor
Wolgast Seeking Title of Nelson.
Los Angeles,. July 23. Ad Wolgast
now has the championship bee buzzing
in his ear. He says that he intends to
meet Nelson again for the title, but
that before he clashes with the Bat
tler he will be ready to take on Pack
ey McFarland over any length of route.
" " Taft Relative After Office. , -Cincinnati.
Ohio, July 23. William
C. Herron, brother-in-law of President
Taft, is to be the candidate for the'
democratic nomination fbr vice mayor
on the ticket headed by Alfred M.
Cohen. Mr. Hearon ia a lnwyfr.'and
is about 45 years old. ,
Special fori Saturday Only
Q Cans PET Brand Evaporated Milk
CARNATION Early June Peas
H. R. BATTLES
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