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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY. JUXE 24, 1912.
DUNNE AUTO TRIP
Hand;r:pred by almost irr.pi:g.-.ahle
Toadi. Jud.;e Kdward F. Dunne, dem
ocratic nominee for povernor, was
compelled to abandon h;? automobile
tour of the s'ate a week before the
end of his schedule and Saturday re
turned I y rr, il to fhlcaeo. He will
atterr.p' to continue the trip this week .
If the roiids lmprrv. ,
Purine the three wwks of his trip
Judie bur.n- v:ced l-".4 citie. and
towr. In over h;iif the c.iir.ti'B of the
state incfctir.s thousands of the vot
er. "I arr. sorry that It wan impossible
for me to cer.' iriue the tour as plan-1
red." s.'itd .!nd;'f- Imn'.e, "for It
ruid l...ve In ' f fine of tl.e mo.t en
j t ' h : tr.' s I have evr made I
pren'lv si.pr"-iar- the kind reception.
ftpi-orded t:.'- wherever I stopped.
"As o th political situation, I am
absolutely convinced that this Ib to
he a democratic year, pot or.1v In Il'i
roiF hut fhreusrl out the entire coun
try Tl ere tp n pronnijr.i -ed nnt1-Te-f
ei-r. f f-r i rrj-nt throiiehrmf the state
and I fe ; r:TP that Illinois w ill go
(ii m'iTntir by a larr major'.ry.
"My automobile trip a a praf
purees and I hope to be able to ron
tinu" 1' for & week or two, if pos
sible." Imrir.ir the rnminc month Judsre
r'intie will Fp';ik at the following
.Inly Onarco, Fourth of July
.July 4 HellevUle. Ketail Merchants
July r. Ft. Louis, Mo, City club
of St. I.nuls.
July 1.1 Henry, Henry Chautau
qua iisHoriat Ion
Jul v f, .loliet, h"fnerriiiii:iK cele
bration. July K Eureka. Chautauqua as
sociation. t July 2n Stronchurst, Odd Fel
July 2 ' r.inni'.r ns ille. farmers'
Sitice his nomination In April
Judire Pnnn hns been debited with
invitations to n ake addrssi'S in prar
tlrallv every county n the s'ate.
Many of these invitations have been
BUf JIT'-IJ I'll! il I 1 111 .
In place of the regular preaching
GOVERNOR HADLEY WILL
NOT JOIN A THIRD PARTY
Jefferson City, Mo., June 24. Gov
ernor Hadley. on his return from the
Chicago convention, reiterated his de
termination not to join Roosevelt's
third party movement.
"I believe I can render more useful
ics. H. T McKown, president of the j public service as a member or the re- j
Piotherhood. rre6ided and Hueh Rals- publican party than by joining In the!
Dean William Draper Lewis of the !
! I iiiversity of Pennsylvania law
: school, who was to make one of the
; h; cond speeches delivered Saturday '
; n K.ht in seconding the nomination, j
' the address w hich he had planned to
' uelr.er at the Coliseum. j
oloi.el Roosevelt was escorted to '.
the had by the notification commit- '
tet. As the colonel entered, there services at tne United rresbyterian
whs a ftorm of applause. The people church last evening a laymen s service
U-Ered to their feet with a shout and wa8 participated in by 12 men who
f. i i ve minutes there was pandemon- Ft,oke for three minutes on given top-
Colonel Roosevelt mounted the
platform and waved his hands, smil
ing with delight at tne reception.
'Ken he said he would accept the
rumination, there was anotner fren
"Governor Johnson." he said "and
you, the honestly elected delegates,
and you, my friends, contrast this
with the Coliseum convention. Mark
the diP rence between a people's con
vention and a convention operated
with a steam rnller
"It is fitting that a convention born . "More General Interest in the Chri8
ln theft, should go out in theft, be- t'-an I nlon and Mid-Week Prayer
cause I understand when half of the Meeting" J- B. Keller. "Good Delega
MaHsarhusetts delegation refused to Hons to Pittsburgh. Viola and Torkio.
vote, the temporary chairma.i. f -l- Mo.. Conventions; E. B. McKOwn, ;
lowing in the footsteps of the nation- "Systematic Effort to Increase Our j
al committee, saw an opportunity to Sabbath School:'- W. I,. Aster. "Our j
set two delegates that had not ten -ew i nurcn iroject rnergeiicaii)
mile march on foot. The 2,000 eol
diers today broke camp and resumed
the march to Sparta.
Daily United States Weather Map
ton, Jr., conducted the devo'ions. The
general theme of the short talks was
"One thing. I. as a Brotherhood man.
, vould much like to see undertaken
formation of a third party," he said. ;
"While I have in no way changed my j
mind as to the correctness of that for
w hich I hav-3 contended, I undertake
and accomplished in our church, and i to say that no political party ever did :
the best wav to do that thing as I see or ever will exist in which, at times
it" Those who spoke 'and their divis- men will not use authority unfairly;
ion subjects are: and to accomplish selfish and Improp- '.
J. K Reid on "An Increasing and ! er end's.
Improved Membership;" B. H. An- "In my opinion the best way to fight
drew on "Our Forward Movement as! such men and methods successfully.
Chartered Sustaned;" Will Schroed- land also the best way in which to fight
for correct principles of government,
is within the party rather than by
pot and seized them, so that a stolen
convention should end appropriate
ly." The eolonel expressed his gratifica
tion to the delegates who stood by
Governor Johnson dismissed the
AMERICAN ATHLETES IN
ANTWERP; SOME INJURED
Antwerp, June 2 4. The steamer
bringing the team of ath-
I -.! J
Pushed:" C. Keller. "One Parson- r niaru
aee Debt Wipped out;" F. A. Felske. 'etes wn ar? to represent the United,
"Good intermediate and Junior So ! ?tatps at the Olympic games in Stock- :
societies;" Hueh Ralston. Jr., "The j ho1. Sweden, arrived here tilts'
morning. .Most or tne atnietes are in
good condition, but several are suf-.
I ferine from the effects of slight acci-
Outside of the Church Painted up to
Match the Inside;" J. D. Warnock.
'Somebody Aiming for the Ministry or
meeting after calling upon the dele- Missionary Service;" E. C. McLane. c's w ",cnJ T0' aunng tra.nmg
,,. ot c,,nH,v offrrn r. n hoard. The Finland will remain
r- ... - . - ...... i nipiph wnn r-eciuii .-aii i iu t-i-
"I know it is Sudnay." he said, come strangers. Cultivate Acquaint-
I'Ut o::r work Is holy work.
0VY, U. S. Department of Agriculture.
O WEATHER BUREAU.
NJS. WILLIS L. ALDOSE. O-.wt. "
EXPLANATORY NOTES. 3 :t j f
Obnemtlons ukeu t 8 i m . sevnrrflah me- A?"'
, rldtto time. Atr pressure reduced to sea l.-ve!. ) " " L M
Isobars (continuous lines' psv throuch pn'nta - A v"
I nf .n...l . nrA.f1, lutiFBu. . ....... I . - jAV r ' S oj tA'
pasMhrnugh pointsof eipml temperature, ciriwn sQ7 I
only for irro. traei.air. V. al vP. 3oC)S ST OiW 1
O cl'r: Q partly clou.ly: Q c'.ourtr; (Jm " cT' T,
r1n: snow: report missing. Vs.v V ) TUMt ZA, ,?,
Arrows fly wltti the wind. Flm fcures. lowest -i U A m MaT
temperture pust 12 hours: serond. precipliaima A rl ri .
of .01 Inch or more for past 24 hours: third, maxi
mum wind velocity.
' . . . . .
ance of Members and Etir up the Ir
regulars;" C. E. Bryan, "About a Half
a Dozen More Men to Wake up and
Get Active in Brotherhood Work."
UAVP HflMF rdMINR 'rnp frvices proved most interest
lini I. IIUIIIU wwiriiw .
COAL VALLEY WILL
Inf.uer.f ia! residents of Coal Valley
heid a meeting Saturday and laid
plans for a home coming event to be
held at the village about the middle;
of AuiTUKt. As far as possible all for
mer residents will be notified and ask-'
ed to return for a day nd renew old
a'iuaintances and memories. Good
programs will be provided and no
rans sparei? fo make the event one
to be remembered with pfeasure.
i ine and helpful.
NOMINATE T. R. AT
'ed from l'Kk'e i-Vvo
The s'eamer "W. W." left thiB morn-
itig for up river points, and will return
i Thursday to take out a moonlight ex-
- - rur.-ion given by the l oung Peoples
with one another, put themselves up- society of the Moline Mission Taberna
on the permanent roll where they con- cle.
stltute an Influence sufTlc lent to con-
trol the convention and defeat the PIPTV THnilQAWn PI IIP
MEN ACCUSED OF
Chicago, June 24. Indictments
8cainit four former officials of the 1 11 i
rois Central, Frank B. Harriman. John
M. Taylor, Charles I. Ewing and
Joseph E. Buker, who were alleged
to have been implicated in car re
pair frauds by which the road was
swindled out of $1.5fl.fif'n. were dis
micsed today in the criminal court.
The absense of indispensible wit
nesses forced a dismissal, so Assistant
State's Attorney Xorthrup declared.
Civil proceedings, whirh also had
been started, were settled out of court.
here two days before proceeding to
INCREASE IN PIGIRON
RA RflTF S SPFNOFn weather conditions.
Washington, June 14. An increase' An area of low pressure that over-
of approximately $1.0S per ton on , lies the Canadian northwest is attend-J
by higher temperatures as far j
l-OKECAST KOK IMMTK IsUV.M), 1J.W K I'OHT. MDI.IM-: AMI VIClJt 1TV.
Fair tonight and Tuesday, slightly warmer tonight, light south erly winds.
slightly higher tempera" ure tonight.
pigiron from Duluth. Minn., and oth-'j i. w,v, . ...,. nipn. i.ow.
er points in upper Minnesota and t . . . . i A1M"ut 1 " -
Michigan to Kansas City, Omaha. soueastward as the upper Mississippi ; Boston s,;
Sioux City, Sioux Falls and other 1 valley. Relatively low pressures pre-1 Buffalo TO
middle western destinations, was sus-1 va'l on tne Rocky mountain plateau , Rock Island
pended todav bv the interstate com- and over the gulf of Mexico, attended! Denver
meice commission until Oct- 29. (by showers from California and the Jacksonville S4
i southern plateau sections to the south; Kansas City so
Silvis Awards Contract. Atlantic coast. A rainfall of 2.4GXev Orleans
The Tri-Citv Construction comranv ! inc hes is reported from Tampa. Mod-.Xew York TS
Yellowstone Fark ...
of Davenport will pave First avenue, i erately high pressures are noted from ! Xorfolk SO
Silvis. from First to Sixteenth street,
for the sum of $00,750. A contract
was entered into Saturday forenoon
between 1h" Silvis board of local im
provements with the Davenport con
cern, which outbid two competitors by
a very small margin.
will of the parly ah expressed at the
1 riiuarii'r. '
We have exhausted very known,
in i a lis to In nd off t ins i o imp1 racy and '
to pre.vent this fraud upon the popu-
lar will. Out williciut him'" ens. S'e
Were sect to this ( ill v i 1: t inn hearinn
tin i:.o,T s'pecitii in.it ni'-t iui.s to place
Theodore Rmi.-ev elt in noinituitioii as
li e candidate of ur party for presi
dent, ar.d we therefore de-m it to be
our duty to carry out those instruc
t.ons in tie only praitiial and feas
ible way rem. lining for us. therefore,
Kisnlved. tba we. represent intr the
niajorltv of the voreis of the repub
lican party and cf the delegates and
alternates legally elected to the na
tional republican convention, in com
pliance with our i:.st reet iotis from,
the party vo'.rs. hereiv noiiiiiia'e
Theoiloie lloi sevelt a the candidate
of our part y for the oil,' e pr Mile tit
' the 1 tt : i .-. 1 r-'.tN-s. ;iud we iil1
l: poll I'i'u lo ai c.'j't hiieit I n 1 1 1 ination
It: con i 1 i.i ii. e with the ill of party
v Mierb . and ',. it fun her
riiKMi.ttt.ti mki: i-,:h ii.
Krholved, that a iniiiimtii'i' be ap-p-inted
by Hih chair, to forthwith
l.otify I olotn" lioosevelt of the ac-
tu ti here taken i-cl h t him t
ni'pear tn-t'ore lif ill th'.-. a soon
The speech m initiating Colonel
Rookevelt was itneie y CeTitreiler
.'llltain . I'ret'dertast r,f New
York. Who VVIti 111 hiive .rTeUTed I he
cuioiiel n UHliie 'o the oij . t III ion.
MEETS TOMORROW NOON
If you have thus far failed to notify
Mr. and Mrs.
Steward Ashley of the Rock Island
' inn mat you wm ne on nana tor to- urday for Chicago,
morrow noon's mid day luncheon ofpjjij a w-eek
ine i-Hiv- j nonsami eiuu ;o oe neicl
at the Rock Island ciun. do not fail
to do so at once, provided you find
that you can go. Vice President H.
S Cable Is to preside at the business
session to be held In connection with
T. J. O'Brien left Sat-
where they will
Worthington Alton Head.
New York, June 24. The direc
tors of the Chicago & Alton today ac
cepted the resignation of Theodore
P. Sbonts as president and chose B.
A. Worthington as his successor.
Worthington also was elected a di-
Colorado and Xew Mexico northeast-; Phoenix 10 i
ward to the north Atlantic coast. Ow-j St. l.ouis 7s
ing to the presence of this high and ; St. Paul S2
the position of the northwestern low, i San Diego OS
fair weather is indicated for this vl- ;San Francisco TS
cinity tonight and Tuesday, with Seattle 72
.Oil MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
.00 I Flood. HeiKht. Chng.
.00 1 St. Paul 14 2.C 0 1
.Oil i Red Wing 14 2.9 0 1
.00 ! Reed s Landing 12 2 9 0 1
.On l.a Crosse 12 3.7 0.1
.00 1 Prairie du Chien ...IS 3.9 0.2
.00 Dubuque IS 4 G 0.5
.00:l.e Claire 10 2.3 0.5
.00 Hock Island ...'...15 4.2 0.6
.el! RIVER FORECAST.
.00 I Slowly falling stages In the Mlssis
.Oojpippt will continue from below Du
.60 i buque to Muscatine.
.OD J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
Fred Ohborn has returned to the city
af'er an extended trip to Chicago and
Supreme Court Judge and Mrs. O. A.
Cr.oke of Aledo are attending the Bal-
(By wire from E. W. Wagner & ('"..
drain, provisions. Storks nd Cotton.
rector of the Alton and a member of t ra' ot?,.'s "Rork island house Ho. k
the executive committee, succeeding Board of Trade. Local telephones. No.
J. S. Mackie, resigned. j west 33u.)
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTION'S.
(The Chicago Board of Trade is
closed today out of respect to Secre
tary George F. Stone, whose funeral
takes place today.)
t' e luncheon. Just what matters are timore convention.
to come before the meer.jt has not Armin Harms of Chicazo is visiting
been announced. This ifl be the at the borne of his parents. Mr. and
tirst of t! e noon day meets of the or- Mrs. Ithar Harms.
PUBLIC IS INVITED TO
OPENING OF NEW COLLEGE
The Ko k Island Chiropractic col
lege will he formally opened this
evening in Hoon.s r.ns and ."'."P in tlie
Safety building. The public has been
invited lo attend the reception at
which Mayor H M. Schriver is to
ii ake a toik welcoming the faculty
of the new school to this city.
Mrs. Fred T. Myers leaves,
this evening for Ios Angeles, Cal., in i
response to a telegram that her moth
er is critically ili at her home in that :
Miss Iva Pearce. instructor of elo-
cution at Aueustana college, is in Min
neapolis attending a meeting of the
National Speech Arts association.
Piaus are being made for the forma
tion of a middle northwest conference.
Spencer Must Die.
Boston. June 24. Death in the elec
tric chair will he the fate of Bertram
G. Spencer, the "mysterious masked
burglar" of Springfield, who was con
viond of the murder of Miss Martha
II. P.lackstone. March 31. lftio. Spen
cer's c xi options to the verdict were
overruled Saturday by the Massachus
etts supreme court.
! : Wheat
Licensed to Wed.
John F.ntler Rock Island
Mi Annetta Mc;ill ... Rock Island
Oscar W. ("arr Crossville, 111.
Miss Olive Jared Marlow, III.
Aaron C. Peek pekln
M'ss Nellie Allensworth Pekln.
Alv in W. Orendorff Davenport
Miss Nora I L'llman Moline
,r mmmtMmm Ii; ;m mil m mm, mm r
Who Said Baby made
Lots of Extra Work?
I'm. . . I
I M ttr- 4
Our baby doesn't, at least, not to menUTi the
maid. His clothes are easily washed with
Rub-No-More Carbo-Naptho Soap and
Washing Powder. Fine linens and laces come
out of the wash Lie new, because
means do rubbinf . no wear and taar. The diuof actact
qualities of Rub-No-More Carbo-Naptlio Soap make it
eDOciailv fine for cleaning babv'a clothes. bcaiuu it
Jls aanitary. No other aoap mad baa tJbe combhied
Notico the Odor
MAYOR OF WEST CITY, ILL,
IS SHOT DEAD BY HIS SON
Benton, III., June 24. .lack Adams,
mayor of West City, adjoining Bnton.
was killed last evening by Joe Adams,
his son. The trouble came up over
a family quarrel. The father had threat
ened his daughter. Joe. who is city
marshal, was callerl to protect h"-r.
Adams, Sr.. tired a shot, wounding the
son in the hand. The son returned the
fire and the father died within 20
minutes. A coroner's jury returned a
verdict in accordance with 'he above
Searchlight of the Sky
Mrs. K. A. Pishop of Brooklyn, N".
Y., says: "I should like to have the
merits of I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Copiiiotind thrown on the ckv
w ith a searohllsht, so that all suffer- rrn
ing women could read and he con
vinced that there is a remedy fori
their ills. For years I w-as a great!
sufferer from organic female troubles j
and had despaired of ever being well Minneapolis 247
again, but found relief in Lydla E. ' Dulnth 25
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, '. Winninee 23C
which I tried as a last resort."
For nearly fortv yeirs Lydla E. ' LIVE STOCK MARKET,
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Wheat opened t lower; closed 'i to
Corn opened unchanged; closed H
To I-ast Is:
day. Week. Yea:
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City G.oou ln.nuo 5,111x1
Omaha S.00 2.500 4,200
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, June 2 4 . Following are
the quotations on the market todav;
I'nion Pacific IOs?,
I". S. Pteel preferred ll"
I". S. Steel common ',s7
Rock Island common 2i
Soul hern Pacific 110
Nevi- York Central 117'
Mis-soiri Pacific 37
Great Northern i:i"U
Xoithern Pacific 12oi4
Louisville & Nashville 159
Canadian Panfic 2'2T
I ead 57 ' o
j Chesapeake & Ohio
' B-iookiyn Uapid Tiansit M
Potatoes, tl.40 to $1.60
Clcvw hay. tlS
Cabbage, 5c pound.
Feed and Fuel.
Oats, 5Cc to 57c.
Forage Timothy hay, $25 to 123.
Wild hay, J20 to $22.
Corn, 70c to 72c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; alaCK.
Charaberlaln"s Stomacn and Llrer
I Tablets will brace up the nerves, ban
! ish sick headache, prevent despond
j ency and invk-orata tne whole sys
I tern. Sold by all druggists.
Pinkham's Veeetahle Compound has
been the standard remedy Tor female
news all the time Tnn
NO CLEW REGARDING
COURT HOUSE BURGLARS
No clew has bee; discovered yet as
to the bold robin i I
tile count v court iio .se
The belief is still strong
that former trusties were implicated
and an effort is being made to get
traces of the more recent of these to
be released from the uastile. Sam
Rverson. deputy circuit clerk, was
Harmless Remedy, Made
i Garden Sage, Rest)
Color to Gray Hair,
Friday' nighf. - f,'0m Gard8n SaSe StOreS
how ever, I
A feellnsr of sadness accompanies the
discovery of the first gray hairs which
unfortunately are looked upon as heralds
hi todav to confirm the belief that ?f advancing age. Gray hair, however
the thieves secured a gold ring with o(L Wp EjJ kw tne
a Jewel setting wich he had left in 0f being young. Aside from the good
a draw er. A search has failed to re- j impression a youthful appearance makes
vea! it anyw here else and the conclu- j on others, simply knowing that you ara
sion is that the thieves took it. "looking fit" gives one courage to
. undertake and accomplish things. So
r-IIQAM DCDri I CAnCD IC why suffer the handicap of looking old
LUdAIM nCDLL LtAUtH IS on account of gray hairs, when a simple
URGING INTERVENTION remedy .wiil 'ive yur hair youthful
Unuimu IM I color and Uauty in a few days' time?
Santiago, Cuba. June 24. General S Most people know thtt common ear-
Ivenet. rebel leader, according to a den sagre acta a3 a color restorer ar.d
report basea on good authority, de- scalp tonic as welL Our grandmothers
Opening of Market.
Hogs. 37.000; left over 2,312. steady.
Light 7.20!9 7.fi5; mixed 7.30 7 70;
heavy 7.25'9 7.72 ; rough 7.255 7.45.
Cattle, 17.000; steady.
fc'heep, 1S.000; strong.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs Quality good; market steady.
Light 7.20'?7 7.70; bulk 7.55i7.70;
mixed 7 30fj7.75; pigs b.Zhi 7.00;
heavy 7 2i"t7SO; good 7.loi 7.$':
rough 7.25'? 7.45; Yoi kers 7.0'ifi 7 C.
Cattle slow and generally steady.
Beeves 6.10f9.50; stor kers 4 2'i'5ir. 75;
Texans 6.40-5 8.00; cow a 2.70'ri S.00 ;
westerns O.oOfj s 10; calves 5.50 8 On. 1
Sheep steady to strnne. Native?
3.5f"g5.Cfi; lambs 4 25ft .f,0; westerns
3.503 5.C5; lambs 4 50 s. 10.
Close of Market.
Hogs, strong. Bulk 7.GO-g7.70; light
7.20ig7.6"l4; mixed 7.30W7.75; heavy
7.25fi7.75; rough 7.25 '57.45.
Cattle, good and steady; others
weak. Top 9 50.
Sheep, steady. Top 5.C3. Lambs,
steady. Top 6.10.
Republic St-cl common
. . 42
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
June 24. Following the the whol'i- '
6ale quotations t;n the local maiiiet
Butter Dairy, 2.1 to S0c; creamery i
! 32 lie. ;
1619 Second Avenue
Look for the Bear Sign.
DON'T THROW IT AWAY
Rnk-N"o-Mor Waskla g
Powder stakes M Sods
Bat Cleaaa the Pods
Qr Yamr Gr.c.r.
FortWtru - - Indiana
16 a IOU i 'J :
Don't give or throw away any gar-'
ment until you End out whether or
not we can restore it to Ufief ulrjezn
dared today he would not surrender v a -age Tea for keeping their frr .,aor.; .
. , . . . ,. , . KKir Hurl- enf- on i.i-n-Jiant in I Our procesa lor cleaning men and
until intervention by the I nited riSlr oarK, soil, am luxunant. in . . . . Z
Ft. i.. which he desire's, as he is con- , Sulphur Hair Remedy women . garment. Is w tthout equal
.' . , . we have an i.IeaJ crcoaration of Sape. 'and It icsures good results.
ir.cea ine c unan governmeni win -v.:j .:,u c,,ik. j,v.... ' ' I
never repeal the Morua law prohibit- L.;e remedies for dandruff, itching scale.
...c. ....... v.u - r -- aiiu uiiu, f nitir ui.il IA epiil 81 tne
- j. . . . 1 .
I enas or consianuy coming out. A lew
1 r . : . m . v f ,i .
aj'LiucBuui.s ci ir.:a vaiuacie rernccy
will trir.g back the color, ar.d in a Bhort
ume it will remove every trace of dan-
2C0 DESERTERS DURING
TWO HUNDRED MILE HIKE! greatly improve the growth
ana appearance 01 me nair.
Get a fifty cert bottle from your
druppist today, and notice the difference
n your hair after a few days' treat
.nent. All dru"-sts sell it, under gnar
mtee that the money will be refunaed if
the remedy is net exactly as ropresectei
Special asents. Harper House phar-
Madison. Wis.. June 2 4. Madison
saw a touch of real poldier life last
right when 25 army deserters were
broueat back to camp in irons. Since
leaving Dubuque, it is said 200 have
deserted. Some went to Fort Sheri
dan and others to Fort SnelHcg. and
Our prices are
Suits pressed by hand.
CLEANING. PRESSING. REPAIRING
Telephone West 317.
YE TOG SHOP
O. E. BAKER
1807 H Second Avenue.
An electric fan i3 inexpensive costs Icbc than 1 cent
an hour to use.
Don't wait until you are "sizzling" in July. May wai
only a warning of how hot it will be this summer.
Call West 280.
lectric Construction & Machinery Co.
still otLers to Sparta to avoid a 200-imacy, 19th S". and 2nd Ave.
1622 Second Avenus