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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGVS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1910.
in contending with a dry, heated air
lacking in moisture. Aeroplanes and
dirigibles alike fell down in their per
formances in St. Paul on this account
and did not give satisfactory flights
until a shower had added the needed
moisture to the air, and Frought an
atmospheric condition resulting in a
better mixture of air and gas for the
AVIATORS DISCOVER NEW WRINKLE
St. Paul Aviation Meet Proves Dry Warm Air Is Handicap to Aeroplanes.
MARINE CORPS SHAKEUP
Majority of Officers, Long in Wash
ington, Are Transferred.
Washington, July 20. As a con
sequence of the report of a court
of inquiry that unsatisfactory con
ditions exist in the marine cbrps,
largely as the result of many of
ficers having been in Washington too
long, the headquarters staff, with
only a few exceptions, has been or
dered to new posts in different parts
of the world. t
Colonel Charles H. Lauehheimer,
headquarters adjutant and inspector,
who requested the appointment of the
court of inquiry, was ordered to the
Philippines. Colonel Frank L. Den
ny, headquarters quartermaster, vras
ordered to San Francisco. Just
what, if anything, has happened to
General Elliott, commandant of the
corps, is a matter of uncertainty.
NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE ON THE
I. & I.
Going Into Effect Monday, July 26
WILL NOT BE FAVORED
Plain Reef Stock Promised a Fair
Chance at Northwestern Show
at St. Paul.
Lower Tier Glen II. Curtis, Wiimer of the New York to Albany Flight Curtis. Racing With Oldfield, the
Crack Aut Driver.
Upper Tier St ruble's Divisible Curtis in an Aeroplane Against Wild and Stroble Dirigibles.
St. "Paul, Minn., July 20. Aviators at; tempts forced Glenn H. Curtiss, -the announced that the best performance
:he St. Paul aviation meet discovered ' iamous winner of the New York-Al- he could obtain from his engines was
a new wrinkle in the performance of ; bany race to declare that the air was still 40 revolutions per minute below
aeroplane engines when they attempt- j too dry and that his engines would their normal average. The final day
ed flights in the clear, intense heat i not work properly without a more j of the meet brought a drenching
cf the sun during tlie warmest period i humid atmosphere. I shower after which the engines re-
the city has experienced this summer.) For three days the aviators contend- : sumed their normal revolutions and
It was practically impossible to bring ', ed with the dry heat. Their flights j the flights were successfully made,
their engines up to the standard mini- j were only moderately successful, and I Experts who were present believe that
ber of revolutions and continued at-; as a result of his attempts Curtiss J aviators still have something to learn
St. Paul. Minn., July 19. According
to plans made for the northwestern
live stock show to be held at the union
stock yards. South St. Paul, Nov. 15 to
IS, aristocratic cattle will not find their
names on the list of those who are in
vited, just because the blue blood of
ancestry runs In their veins. The
prcud Angus, Holstein, Durham, Here
ford or representative of any other
breed whose chief qualification Is a I
pedigree which would fill a -olume of
the Congressional Record, will find him
self lined up by the side of other ani
mals whose claim to distinction is j
simply beef good, wholesome, juicy, i
tender beef. And prizes will be award-1
ed only those which show the "beef-1
iest" qualifications. J
The northwestern exhibit will include j
market animals only. True, there will j
be plenty of animals shown, -which
might be given pedigrees, but such
statistics will not be taken into con
sideration by the men who do the
judging. It will be one time when i
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CLINTON 6:15 7:30 8:43 10:30 11:30 12:45 2:15 3:03 4:15 5:30 6:30 8:00 9:30 11:00
Camanche 6:31 7:46 8:56 10:46 12:58 3:19 4:31 5:43 6:45 8:11 . 9:41 11:11
Shaffton 6:41 7:57 9:06 10:56 1:08 3:29 4:43 5:53 6:55 8:19 9:49 11:19
Princeton 6:53 8:09 9:16 11:07 11:58 1:20 2:43 3:42 4:54 6:08 7:06 8:29 9:59 11:29
LeClaire 7:08 8:22 9:25 11:20 12:06 1:33 2:51 3:53 5:05 6:16 7:15 8:37 -10:07 11:37
Pleasant Valley 7:19 8:34 9:34 11:31 12:14 1:46 2:59 4:05 5:16 6:24 7:29 8:50 10:20 11:50
Eettendorf 7:31 8:46 11:43 1:58 4:17 5:28 7:41 9:00 10:30 12:00
DAVENPORT .. ..7:48 9:10 9:56 12:05 12:38 2:19 3:23 4:34 5:47 6:48 7:55 9:18 10:48 12:18
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DAVENPORT 7:00 8:20 9:30 11:00 12:15 1:20 2:30 3:40 4:45 6:00 7:00 8:00 '9:30 11:00
Bettendorf 7:10 9:44 11:16 12:25 2:46 5:01 6:13 7:11 8:12 9:42 11:12
Pleasant Valley 7:21 8:39 9:59 11:31 12:41 1:39 3:01 3:59 5:16 6:27 7:21 8:22 9:52 11:22
LeClaire 7:33 8:47 10:10 11:43 12:53 1:47 3:12 4:07 5:28 6:37 7:31 8:32 10:02- 11:32
Princeton 7:46 8:56 10:23 11:58 1:06 1:56 3:23 4:16 5:41 6:47 7:41 8:42 10:15 11:44
Camanche 8:05 10:44 12:16 1:27 3:42 .... 6:02 7:05 7:69 9:00 10:32 12:02
CLINTON 8:27 9:28 11:04 12:35 1:45 2:28 4:00 4:48 6:20 7:25 8:20 9:18 10:48 12:18
Unless you have a timetable, cut out this one and use it until you can obtain one
from the ticket agent- or a conductor.
We are Making a Special Effort to Give Better Service Between
Davenport and Clinton
with faster trains and at the same time give equally better service to our local patrons
by making more frequent stops with local trains.
Connections with trains of the steam railways in both Davenport and Clinton are a
feature of this new sched ule.
When you want to go anywhere ' .A.sk. .A.boilt It
plebian cattle will enter a contest of
merits on the same ground as cattle
of the aristocracy. Many cases are on
record where ur pedigreed cattle have
shown up better than cattle whose
owners boast of long pedigrees which
go with them. At the northwestern
exhibit the heifer called "Maiden Lane
XIX." or "Queen Helen X." will have
no better rating than will just "Maude"
or "Middy." And. on the other hand,
"King Leopold IV." will be on the
same footing as "Big Tom" or Justi
"Jim." There will be nothing In the
E. E. RITTER,
Anything in the Building
Room 414 Best Building
Eock Island, 111.
Old Phone V.'est 90 5.
W. E. O Malley. F. J. Parhman
O'MALLEY & BACHMAN,
223 17lh St.. Hock laiand.
Phones. Old 684; New &339; Resi
dence. Old 861-lr.
Prompt and careful attention giv
en to all calls day and night.
RIDE A YALE
THEY NEVER FAIL
B. T. STONE.
Basement Y. M. C. A. Phone 501-Y
Robinson Construction Co.
W. II. Robinson, Con. Mgr.
Office, State bank building.
Old phone. Rock Island. 111.
$1.00 Per Week
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
310-321 Twentieth St.
$1.00 Per Week
Rock Island Wood Works
Manufacturers of sash, doors,
stairs and mouldings. Dealers In
glass, builders' hardware and
makers of everything In mill
work. Cor. 11th st. and 6th ar.
Rubber Tiring a Specialty.
DAVID A. BLEUER
General Carriage ami AV'agon
Old phone W 609-K. New 5614
318 17th street. Rock Island.
Save Money by Ordering
Your Coal Now.
VOLUNTEER COAL CO
Phone old 14 6. New 566S.
Office 1508 First avenue.
No. 1 Sunshine washed nut. Hard
coal and charcoal.
Port Byron Lime Ascociation
MISS CORA BOWMAN
Wishes to announce that she will
carry the famous "Manime Mariet
ta" Cornet, recently demonstrated at
the Rosenfleld Millinery, at her par
lors, Sl ITE IS HEXLET RI.DR,
Tel. 22U0-V. Davenport.
THE LEWIS ROOFING CO.
Felt, Asphalt ;,nd Gravel
Office 24th Street and 3d Are.
Rock It-land, 111.
"IT DON'T HURT A BIT"
Davenport Bag & Paper Co.
The Big White
SECOND HAND STORE
1513 Third Avenue. Old phone 1097.
Phones, Old West 192, New 5208
A. J. D. MOELLER
Finest three seat in the city. Board
ing and feed stable. Carriage ser
vice a specialty. 1C0S Fourth avenue
through to Fifth avenue. Rock Island
fr.- .--i m
M0LINE PIANOS ?
Sold direct from factory at one small profit.
Call at our factory salesroom.
4th Ave. and 7th St. J. PETERSON COMPANY
Rock Island, DI.
Fifty-seven years of successful
Phil Mitchell. President. ' "
I. S. White, Vice President.
C. R. Chamberlin, Cashier.
K. T. Anderson. Asst. Cashier.
All Knds of brass, bronze and alum
Rock Island Metal Foundry
II. J. BLOOM Manager.
Old phone West 8 59-Y. 506 41st St.
The Home Tea Co
For Fresh Coffee.
Over 7,000 Customers in the
Something New A place Where Yon
Can Bent Any Construction Appliance
liwii'ih I From m. crow bar or lack screw to
raixer or steam or gasoline hoist.
chinery save you money.
Full up-to-date line. For rates apply to
HENRY H0RST, General Contractor.
Rock Island, 111.
Office: 1049 Seven tr-nth Street, Phones: Weft
306; New 5096. Storage plant 1822 Third Are.
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The Old Reliable Hair Dresser. Hair
Goods for Sale.
HAITI DRESSER AND MAVICCIVIST
Shampooing and Facial Massnfre a
Specialty; Toilet Articles, Kto.
No. Second AveRock Inland.
Phones. Cld 707-L.; New 5040.
Gas, Electric and Com
bination Lighting Fix
tures. 600-622 East 4th St.
Carse & Ohlweiler Company's
Fine Bottled Goods.
Ginger Ale, Orange Cider, Ironbrew, Afrl-Kola, Dr. Pepper, Lemon,
Sarsaparilla, Cream and Strawberry Soda.
To Have Your Roof Last
For Sale by
R. I. LUMBER COMPANY
DAVENPORT ROOFING CO.
Ask us for estimates on
your gravel, asphalt, felt
and all kinds of prepared
We put on the best roofs
that can be obtained at t-s
All work vrcmpdly at
tended to na guaranteed.
321 Hock Island St. Both phones
MRS. AMANDA PAHL
Ladies Outfitter and Fine Dry
103 M Weet Second Street.
v Davenport, Iowa.
For the latest and Newest Ideas in
Photograph Mountings, Call at the
D. Muriel Dafoe Studio
HO V. Seconu reet. Davenport.
Appointments Hade by Phone,
EDWARD B. KREIS
Rooms 18-22, State Bank BIdg.
The Fifteen Dollar
605 15ta St., Mollne, 111.; 1805 2nd
Av,Rock Island, 111. Fit Guar
anteed. N. S. Smith Htr.
ROCK ISLAND HOUSE CAFE
Serves a Very Good Meal
at Popular Price.
Noonday lutfeh from 11 until 2, 25c
A. M. SUHXER, Prop.
H. E. Casteel. Pres. W. A. Rosen
fleld. Vice Pres. II. B. Simmon Cash.
Rock Island National Bank
U. 8. Depository.
Capital Stock, flOO.OOO.
Tour Business Solicited.
Directors II. K. Catcel, W. A.
Rosenncld, Hugh E. Curtis, 11. II.
Cleaveland, C J. Lrkin, O. P.
Schmidt, John W. Tremaun, at. 8.
Heagy, E. D. Sweeney.
MRS. EMMA V. BALLARD
Of 116 Main Street, Davenport, rep
resents Charlea A. Stevens Bros, of
Chicago. Ladies suits made to order
from your own selection of cloth.
Jeweler and Optician
1702 Second Ave. Rock Itland
DRINK EDELWEISS BEER
A GOOD DRINK.
Agency, Seventeenth Street and Fourth Avenue. '
Eock Island, 111.
J. E. Reldy. X. B. Reidy.
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans
Room 4, M. & lu Building,
Rock Island, 111.
HUDSON & COLLINS,
Contractors and Builders.
Plars and estimates tor all kinds of
building furnished on application.
Screens, norm. sash, and general Job
bin it done on short notice.
Office and shop. First avenue and
Seventeenth street, Rock Island. 111.
. I. B.
SS COUNTRY bbeered FOR THE HOME 5