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THE BOCK ISLAND AUGUS. WEDNESDAY, JULV 3, 1912.
BUSY SCENES ON
RIVER ON EVE OF
THE RIG REGATTA
Visiting Fleets of Motor Boats
Come From Up and Down
IHttnrhfT III. Shows Kprml With
Only Half It Engine Work
Ins I la n Fire.
Ethel IV. Charles P. Hanley. Mus
catine. Teaser III. J. A. Moritz. Quincy.
Leading Lady II. W. P. Cleveland,
Baby Reliance I. Commodore J.
Stuart Blackton, Brooklyn, X. Y.
Oshkosh II. Fred Athearn, Osh
Lithia. Harold V. Xelsor.. Moline.
Pee-Vee-Ho. Peter V. Hoy, Norris
Reliance II. Smith Ryan Co., AJ
Niagara. Fred Scherm r, Musca-;
! Chicago. Chicago B. & E. Co., Chi- .
: Wilma. Charles Bruno, savannah.
Three Cylinder or Less, M. V. P. B. A. I
DOG 8ITE BRINGS j
FINE; AN APPEAL!
Richard Seiss Assessed $5 and
Costs for Harboring a
CASE TO CIRCUIT COURT
Francis O'Brien, Argus Carrifr, Vic-:
tim of Attack .Seek Jutice I
Story It. Coi-rolioratefl.
F. E. S. George Schreiver. Dubuque.
Loading Lady l.W. P. Cleveland,
With scores of motor boats chug- ! Bumble Hoe. V. C. Dow. Davenport,
flng up from the south and nearly i P. L- Q- II. A C. tftroiu. Burling
as many coming down from the ,on
, ., ., ... .. . V. V. A. L. Oi'x-rn, (;ai.f.
north this aru-rnoon the ncene cf th" . ... IT , ,. ,.
nu'.nt Llmo II. Jul. us uitlarit Co.,
annual meet of the MitwiKsippi Val- ' Molii.e.
ley Power l;Vat aMcIatloi to b; b-ld ; ' Niagara.-Fred Scliermt r. Mu&ca
tomorrow, Friday and Saturday, at-jtjnP
hiiujed an air of business that drew! Gnp n w K Vlh(,n losing,
thousand to th- water front. Vis- jowa F M y n n,,,R.
Horn rroin tiie south assembled at
.Muscatine yesterday and left that
city during the forenoon for Daveu-j
port. There wer alMjut forty boa's i
in the fleet. Another aggresation of!
craft gathered at Clinton and came'
on from that point toK-tl.er.
During the afternoon th cour.se
committee began patting out buoys,
n.nrking the two and one-half r ile!
ne-tlon of river over which the big
ra ea will he run. The upper buoy
will be Jest l.clow the Kock Island
bridge uu tlie coilrHe will lie ii
nearly as possible In a straight line
down stream, allowing liberal roo:n ea;:n-
t) turn. The racerH will be In view
from points of vantage on both chores
at iill linn s.
While exiier'p Buy that the low
M.u;e of water will f.llsrhtly cut down
ll. e speed of the powerful ra era. din
to the large amount of water thrt
will be pullrd ff'cr the craft, the 4"
footers that were tried out today
; Lowed a fast clip. The Disturber
III was riven a hi In on whic h but
I" of I's L' I cylinders were operated,
and ilid soiuet hin-i like mil's an
hour. The Wigwam also showed up
i iitf. o nivn niti:it
I ti ri ti ir (lie trial of the Disturber a
fire l.roi.e out that f'r an Instant
f !l rent ..fled It with ili.iiirlif.tinll A
pan of rasolin.- became Ignited and . ' r v- r- "
V. V. A. L O.sborti, Galena
I-ading I.adv I. W. P. rievi-land.
Mile Cash Againrt Time.
JULY 5. 1912.
Cruiser Race GO Miles.
Alamo. Scribner Pen. Clinton.
Sparks II. H. V. Pent, Orrawa.
25 Foot Champio-Lhip 20 Miles,
i Itding Lady II W. P. Cleveland,
; Ttaser III. J. A. Mor'.iz.
l'.':n.b!e Lee. W. C. J)(.-.v
K-h-1 IV Cl::irbs P. Ha'i
Appeal was taken from the deci
sion of Magistrate C. J. Smith this
i morning vhtu he imposed a fine of
; iC and cobts on Richard Seiss. own- j
! er of a dog w hich tit Francis O'Brien, '
: an Argus carrier, the morning of.
i June 1j. iSt-ibo was fined for har-
L-oring a vicious dog and through his j
attorney, II. M. McCaskrin, appealed
I tt the circuit court for a reversal of !
! t'ie decision. He gave bond to se-1
iirt lis ap;iearanre. While the!
!0'iin: n boy was walking along For-1
ltys--i.or.il street near Eighteenth;
i aw.--..K -:irly three weeks aeo he i
p s get ti; on by a large dog. lie v asj
' i'teii in the left hip and H ns!
1 r . ry n cai terize the wound.
j MIT AMAI.UMZKI).
j It was the attempt of the defend-j
i art to prove that the dog had been,
j pntagor.ized by its victim before it'
i set upon the youth, but the testl-j
mony of young O'Brien w as corrob-;
ortctei l,y Cseorge Borst, a little boy
who resiiic s in the neighborhood. J. ,
K. ? -ott appeared for O'Brien.
Me;.nvh:le, the do that caused th?
'. tronblo has been sent to a farm to
! rust ictc.
Every woman who has not ex
perienced the comfort given by a
perfect fitting graceful corset,
should attend this demonstration
of the Rengo Belt Corsets, which
will be held at this store for two
days, Friday and Saturday next
The Rengo Belt Models impart
to stout and medium figures the
graceful curves demanded by per
They are so skilfully contrived
that they accomplish this result
with perfect comfort to the wear
er. The prices, $2.0u and $3.00, are
below the usual prices you are
usually asKed for high class cor
sets with anywhere near equal mer
its to the Rengo Belt Corsets.
To make these two days' demon
stration of the Rengo Belts of
mofe than ordinary interest to
women who are critical about the
corsets they wear, and to more
quickly introduce this marvelous
form reducing corset, we shall pre
sent free to each buyer, a hand
some lace or embroidery trimmed
Brassiere with each Rengo Belt
sold during the three days of this
An absolute guarantee with ev
ery fitting, $2.00 or $3.00 and a
beautiful Brassiere. Free. Yes!
free, free, free.
Pronto. fjeoro K. Smit!
Wiswam II. C. F. Win-.
Tut'le Pnrtri'!L-e & Kenny
fleornw Sch'ci.er. Dlbliqile.
Show Me. N. O. Ki-amau, St. !uis.
Wild Cat I. - X. O. !! cman. St. Louis.
Baby Reliance I. Coiiini'More J.
Stvur' Biuckton. Brooklyn. X. Y.
I.ifl.l.i. Harold V. Xelson. Mol'.r.e. ,.,, ,
P.We-Ho. Pet.r V. Hoy. Xorris- Clty Wl11 Ee the Center of At-
Baby Reliance II. Smitl
ROCK ISLAND WILL
OBSERVE SANELY j
Two Wall Paper
60 roll bundles of side wall paper
a few to close, qj
at, a bundle UC
Odd ceiling and border
regular 10c ones,
at. a roll
ROCK 1 5 LAN D. ILL.
Focus Your Eye on the McCabe
and you'll find such bargains as
Meadow bleached pure linen suit
ing, very supeiror quality, 45 inch
es wide, the yard 5S
Snow bleached pure linen suiting,
36 inches wide, yard US', 2?
36-inch bleached white, linen fin
Brown linen suiting, pure spun
flax, yard 32c, 2Sc and l)
Wide brown crash toweling. 10
Large size Oatmeal, brown bath
towels, 10c each 10 C
Pure linen silver bleach table lin
en, one hour, Friday 3 to 4 o'clock
only one cloth to each buyer, 36c
the yd., 36c. Remember all
Another lot of those great big huck
towels which created such a sensa
tion a few weeks ago, each.... "Jc
They're very large and worth much
more as you will know. For 3 days
buy 'em at just 7c a piece 7
Women's Underwear Prices Unusual
4 Extraotdinary Bargains Friday
Women's Drawers, several
styles in one lot, both the
lace trimmed and cuff knee
styles, regu- ic
lar sizes ?7C
Wowen's Vests very special,
one big lot comprising 25c,
15c and 12V&C values, regU'
lar sizes, Friday i r
Women's Jersey bleached,
lisle thread union suits in
lace trimmed Btyle, extra
value, Friday 7tL
A - i I I I e..t. i
quality bleached cotton, lace
trimmed or cuff knee style
union suits, QO
Friday for ZZC
Waist Union Suits for boys and girls, the most convenient
they make dressing, undressing and laundering easy.
Children's Shoe Specials
Misses and Children's
2-strap tan slippers reg
ular $1.75 and $2.00 val
ues, all siz- Q 1 'IQ
es, Friday ..?1.07
Misses and Children's
kid lace oxfords, very
durable, special Friday,
Boys' lace shoes, dull
leathers and patents
worth $2.00 and $2.50
only . . ,
We Raise ihe Standard of
Living and Lower Its Cost
The New York Herald is author
ity for the statement that "outside
of foodstuffs a dollar never went so
far as today."
It is 6uch a store as this that
keeps the cost of living down to a
bas s possible to be covered by the
average income of an average me
chanic or workinsman.
It is pointed out that If food
stuns could be merchandised in the
same way as the products of shops
and mills, the whole "cost of liv
ing" problem would be solved.
Its our province to be watchful
of your outgo.
If the farmer gets 50c or 60c a
bushel for potatoes and you pay the
grocer 25c for half a peck, just
figure what you pay per bushel.
Watch the corners, buy as you
should and the "high cost of liv
ing" can be greatly reduced.
should ladies of refinement appear
on the streets, in stores and in
street cars without a bat? Surely
no woman would so publicly an
nounce It la from motives of econ
omy. She could with equal propriety
leave off other articles of apparel,
some of which are regarded as real
The fact is, it is a habit, adopted
without a thought of its improprie
ty or the many embarrassing di
lemas which follow as a result.
Better see the new Mid-Summer
showing of outing, picnic and athle
tic, in corduroy, duck, linen, wash
rag, ratine and peanit braids the
smartest models of the season to
date. Priced from $2.00 s
down to lUC
i XIarara. I'red Schenncr, Musca
I Wihna. Churl' s I!ruiio, Savannah.
! l.ss I.
tractions Tending to Relieve
Danger From Celebration
and costs. They were picked up while
parading prominent streets.
lasiiune tjecume Ignited
had it imt been for the prompt use';
ef a cl.eiuli a! extinguisher, which i
l.:pi'.Tied to he bandy, the $2.hui
boat would have been ruined ar.d
po-slid y there would have been loss
of life. Ah it wuh the damage wan
lilcbt at:d the boat's prospects in the
races were not affected.
I; Is cl imati ! that there will be
r.e, i, no visitors drawn here by the
rei-.itia. lixi iiislotis by land or wa
ll r wi'l be run from nearly all near
by if - 'i i.. while the three cities will
'in o'it at b ast as many more peo
ple to see the ni'-es. It Is expected
i! .' at b ;ist I'l'i.orio wtn line, th,
li.'i.l..- f tin- river (luring the big
li: 1 l-IKI'M T KTAIIT,
r . 1 1
Xcttie Fagan and Camilla Veal, neg
resses, were arrested last night by
Officer Herkert and this morning their
PLAQ ' bearings on charges of disorderly con
duct were continued to Friday morn
; ing at It o'clock. They plead not
Will Present Motor Car ltaces of All guilty to the charge before the con-
Sorts for the Benefit of Public
(.a.e Pyrotechnic Displays.
Jewel II. -Albert O. (JuiWiller, Rock
JULY 5, 1912.
I. ASS f.
40 Foot Championship 20 Miles.
leading Itdy II W. I Cleveland, j
Teaser III. J. A. Moritz. Quincy. i
Rock Island will be the center of a
sane Fourth of July observance, and
if the orders of the iiolice department
of the tricities are observed with any
diligence, the day will be a safe day
in every senso of the word, though
Rock Island itself is not in charge of
any celebration which would tend to
tniuance was granted.
Charles Rhodes, who was baled be
fore Magistrate uiith yesterday on a
charge of larceny, the outgrowth of
I his possession of 30 pounds of brass
fittings, was dismissed from custody
I this morniuc. His case had been con
tinued from yesterday for 10 days, ilis
story to the effe?t that he had pur
chased the brass from two boatmen
was taken at its face value.
HQ STICK USED
. J. Smith Swings Cumbrous
Cudgel Over Pate of Bellig
WANTS WARRANT SERVED
ing on an old state barge, which has
been renovated for the occasion and
is to be manned by the king's water
men in their historic costumes of the
middle ages, opened today. The at
tendance was the smallest recorded
for years. Nineteen preliminary
heats in various events are down for
ARGUS WILL DISPLAY
BULLETINS OF FIGHT
btui'rt Blai kton. Brooklyn, X. Y.
Lithia. Harold V. Nelson. Moline.
I nigrum tomorrow opens at i Baby Reliance II. Smith Rvan Co
'." with a reception by Davenport ' Alirnnac, Mich.
t Inb ii.eiiil . rs to visitors. TLl.t! Wiewam II C p wu- (,i.i
will be l.M nt the tiew home of the Oregon.
bo.it ,i!,t which Is being rushed to! Disturber III. James A. Pugh, Chi
i onilct!on fur the affair. !cago.
At U o'clock the first race, for (;eore Scl.reiver. Dubuque.
Davenport boats only, with engines Miow Me. N. o. Bean.aii. St. Louis.
oi urn more man two cyntuiers. win; k ut 1 IV. Charles 1
be run. and at pi.r.n will take pl.ire. ' catiue.
tli p.iiade of deioruted bouts In the ; Oshkosh II. Fred
rlur in front cf Davenport. ' kosh Wis
-i artnuge Kenny, Peoria, i make the Fourth an Ideal day from the
i ror.to.- t.eurgr fcimth, Peoria. I standpoint of everyone but the vo.mir-
Cut I. X. o. Beaman, St. j ster who glories in the noise which ac-
: chiiins the independence day of the
Reliance I. Commodore J. ! land. For the first time in v..:ir n,
Island will he without a league base
ball game, but so far as can be de
ciphered no tears are being shed here
abouts on that account.
11A l:IOIT HACKS.
Bulletins of the Fl nu-Juh::Son
heavyweight championship battle light
Claims That FiKluiiiK Cauine Pulled al 1-as ' e received at Ihe
Argus omee tomorrow ana iney win jo
FEARS FOR LIFE; WANTS
BOY TO KEEPTKEPEAC
Harmless Creature Down Steps
by Pulling Tail.
During the last few weehb, Magik
'rate C. J. Smith has been appea.ed
to by people who had been bitten ; y
dogs which were apparently vtc;-i.:$.
jNow he contemplates making a Ic
i complaints of his own. The uiagis-
Claiming that he feared .for his Ufa Urate resides on Seventh avenue Hear
disulaved in the big window.
: -i-! A V.. "... '
At 1:30 p. ni. will be started the I
ran- of 1 fj miles for -U-footer. nt
. :. i tl.e "'-footers w ill go "0 mtlef '
ai; l i 1 1 .' o'i lock Caere w ill be a race
lor t!.iee- yltr.dcr boats. In U;o'.
veiling there will le fireworks. The
bU- ra. in of the meet will bp the 20-'
mile contest between the 4 'l-footera !
nt " :'.'' Friday iifn rinHin and thoj
b!k handicap race to be run Saturday!
afternoon. 1 be annual business j
meeting of the association will be
held Saturday. J
Tits morning the Baby Reliance I.!
and III were unloaded from a car j
nt tli,. foot of Nineteenth street.
These l'"-foot craft were entered by
the Smith-Ryan company of Detroit,
but a short time ago the Reliance I.
. Hanky, Mus
ter V. Hoy, Norris-
Niagara. Fred Sch rm- r
The racing regatta of the Mississippi
Valley Power Boat association, which
is held under the auspices of the Dav
enport Boating association, beginning
Thursday, will attract thousands, while
the automobile race, featuring Bob
Burman at the Davenport mile race
track, will be another feature drawing
card of the day. In the evening the
river win De me scene of a gorgeous j
pyrotechnic display, whiie motorboats
because 15-year-old Lyle Owen, 120G
Twenty-ninth street, had told him he
was due for a "cleaning." Chris Schied
evitz, 120S Twenty-ninth stn et, nail
the lad haled into Justice Clarence
Schroeder's court this morning, asking
that he be put under a peace bond.
' The judge told th' m to patch up their
lainerences out ot court and attend
to their own affairs and all would b
Peace iand tranquility.
Some time ago the Owen toy was
; throw ing some dirt clods over the
bridge at Twenty-ninth street, and one
! by the score, brightly lighted, will dart
Chicago. Chico n a i- r r-i.i. ow r ,trs- ''"y auuing t0 me
t I.ASS II.
Part Cabin Coats 10 Miles.
JULY 6, 1912.
Handicap Class C. F. G. D. 20 Miles.
Show Me. N. O. l!eam;T.. St. Iouis.
Pronto. C.eor-e F.. Sninh. i'eoria.
Wigwam II. C. F. W i.v , A.-toria,
TutMe. Partridge a; Kenny, IVoria.
Kthel IV'. Cl.at!. F. Har.ley. Mus-
g;.ii ty of the scene.
j Mlll.IM.IS ri.ANS.
Moline will add to the attractions of
of them alighted upou Schiesc vitz's
Fconce, eo enraging him that he is
alleged to have threatened the boy
with annihilation. The boy then pick
ed up a board and Invited an attack.
at the same time informing his elder
the day by its morning parade, while !., , v,- a: i . i ...
!in the evening lire displays will be j lnt0 mincemeat, he wouh; desist. If
! given at Project park. I appears that the trouble is merely the
, Th- resorts in and about the tri- outgrowth of a neighborhood qua,rel
e:tics. ir.chidu.g the Watch Tower and ; a.,d on this !lCf 0unt the iustlre h.
will be popular with picnicking i ,!.., ,, ,.a x.,.u .i,.-
""i" U "i.tr 1 ' i.ii-j l.u.ll HUi Lll-a
j some fatherly advice as to f jture ron
was tKiucht by J. Stuart Blackton of catir.c.
Brooklyn. N. Y.. and now It Is an-: Teaser III J. A. Moritz
pounced that he nlso has purchased! leading Ijtdy I!. W. I'.
fl: Rellnnce III. and will race both Cab na.
craft in different events here. Much. Baby Reliance I. tY.mmn.lore J
!s expected of these two boats. I Stuart Blacktop. Brooklyn. N. y.
i.nroKKMKii:. Oshkosh H. Fred Athea.-n. Osh
Tl.e list of entries for the three kosh. Wis.
i.;ttna Harold V. Nelson.
Pee Vee-Ho. Pit.r V. Hu.
'panics. It is expected that thousands
I wii! visit the 1 arks.
, lu ring the day. all business houses
will (;bs. rve tl.e usual holiday closing
hours, while the banking institutions,
public buil lings and the postoflice will
: be i losed.
-A C Strong, Uuriii
liaoy Reliance II.
Niagara. Fred Schernp r,
Chii ago. Chicago 11. tV K.
S iint KInio II. Julius 'az
: : :.e.
days' events follows:
JULY 4, 1912.
I. . K.
Davenport Boat Club Members Only,
(Two Cylinders or Less.)
20 Foot Champlonihlp 15 Miles.
F. K S. George Schreiver. Dubuque,
l-.iding IiJy II. W. P. Clevolaud.
Teaser III. J. A. Moritz. Quincy. j v tln-a Charles Bruno. Savannah.
Bumble Bee. W. C. Dow. Davea-i I'i!rber III. James A. i'uh, Chi
IVc W. C. Dow, Davea-
-mith R.in Co., Ga
1.. ailing I-a ly I. Y. P. Cleveland,
F. K. S. George Schreiver, Dubuque.
Idler. W. C. Dow, Davenport.
Jewel II Albert O. Gutzwiller,
MOLINE'S SCHOOL CENSUS
SHOWS A GAIN OF 271
Moline has gained 271 in school
population, according to the annual
cesus, just completed. The total
number of children of school age is
8. IT.fi. (.gainst 7, $83 in l&ll, and 7,877
Seventeenth street. Since taking up
his residence there, he has fi-..J
dozns of smaller dogs from the jaws
of the larger and belligeient caioues.
A night or two ago while In n n
basking in the shade of an old a.iple
tree, one of the leirs beliig'.-rent hounds
began to climb tne slciirj of a toie
building. The magistrate declares, ilia
a bull dog, a line specimen of ihe
species, hopped alon after the other
dog, gabbed him by the tail and
pulled him back down the step., nrd
into the street. As he began to
crumble the other dogs' hones ..elv.ee;.
ins teeth, the magistrate, brariiii. n's
big stick, crept upon him th aj
much stealth as was used by -x c( rtain
other big sticker in a certain African
hunt and succeeded in convincing Lh
bull dog that he was outstrcuhi.tg
WANTS U IIIIIWT.
And now the magistrate is con'.cm
platins securing a warrant for the
arrest of the owner of the dog. i.c
doesn't mind the rescue work so much,1
but he is afraid that some (lay he
will not be on hand when the bu,; j
dog takes it upon himself to dispatch !
a few perfectly harmless, and nearly
helpless, canines to the "happy hunt- j
ihs. c. c. unit ro.
Rock Island friends have been ad
vised of the death of Mrs. C. C. Ho: !oti
at her home in Marshalliow n, Iowa,
where her husbatid is ccmmaii'lcr of
the soldiers' home. Mrs. Ho'ton was
buried Tuesday at Muscatine, the form
er home of the faintly. Heart trouoie
was the cause of death. M&. lioiioii
had visited frequently in Rock Is. a id.
She is eurvived by her husband, lour
sons and two daughters.
IIXTi;ll FI'MKH IV
The funeral of William B. Mixter
was held from the Mixter home, 73 1
Twentieth street, this afternoon at
4 o'clock, Rev. W. S. Marquis of the
Broadway Presbyterian ciiureh olli
ciating. The bearers were A. D.
fperry, Ardo W. Mtu-noii, C. P. Ros-
ienfield, Ben J. Mitchell, Leon W.
i Mitchell and B. D. Connelly. Burial
took place at Chippianhock ceme
tery. MUS. JOSI.I-H Kivt;.
Mrs. Joseph King died at her homo
on a farm on the outskirts of Kast
What more acceptable gift can be so
lected than a Kimball piano?
We are showing an especially larga
assortment, any make of which will
give lasting satisfaction and pleasure
to the youil;j; couple.
Terms are so nrranged that you can
give this generous gift without Incon
venience to yourself.
See our piano line today.
Bowlby's Music House
Opposite Illinois Theatre
team In the American association. Up
to date Yeach has hit about .345 and
has a reputation throughout tba
league of being the greatest "clean
up" hitter in the league. ,
Mis.; IVf-sie Couch left this after
noon fur Gulcshurg to spend the
Fourth with friends.
Robert Rexdale arrived home last
ni;ght from a 10 weeks' lecture tour
that look him through Wisconsin. He
will fill an engagement in Davenport
before resuming his travels.
Miss Helen Scaholm, btenogrupher
Moline at 0:30 last evening of par-j at the Collieries Sales company leaves
alysis. She was born in Rock Is
land in l.Sr7, her maiden niiine be
ing Yogelo, and had spent all her life
in the county.
FOKIttl. OI' MRS. I i r.l'ATItK K.
The funeral of Mrs. Samuel Fitzpat
rick was held from the home of her
daughter, Mrs. William M. McCono-
chie. 1617 Eleventh avenue, this morn- '
this evening for a two weeks' visit
with relatives in Minneapolis.
Camp In'errc-gation Point, west of
the Watch Tower, will break camp
Friday after a three weeks' outiug.
The members of the camp are the
Misses Catherine Marshall, Husanue
Davis, Kdwina Frazer, Aloerlta Rich
ards, Helen Young and Elizabeth
EXCUSE FOR ACT
ing at &:20, Rev. T. K. Newland of the
(First Methodist Episcopal churh offi
Iciating. Services were prlvat". B irial
took place at Chippiannock cemetery.
' iSiiurpe, chaperoned by the Misses Ba-
r and Liphart.
LITTLE DOUBT 6TH WILL
GO INTO CAMP JULY 15
Danger that the Cth regiment
All tht- news all the time. : he Argus.
P. Ii. Q. II A. C. Strcnp. Bur-litu-ton.
T.'.ttle Partridge 4 Kenny. Peoria.
Pro!. to. George Smith. Peoria.
W .'J Cat I. N. O. Beaman. St.
1'..' y Reliance I Commodore J.
Stuart B'.aukton. Brooklyn.
Lit Liu.- Harold Y. Nelson. Moline.
S..'.n! Elmo U. Julias Yantlai.t Co.,
B..by RePance II. Smith Rvaa Co..
Algol. uc. Mich.
32 Foot Championship 20 Miles.
Shew Me. N. o. Beaman. S:. Louis.
Pr.nto. G-o.-ge E. Smith. IVoria.
Wigwam II C. F. Wise, Astoria.
Tuf.le PartriJge & KVur.y, Peoria.
Scl.n Ivi-r, D ubui;.ie.
i P. D. Q. A. C. Srror.g. Burlington,
j Bumble IV-e. W. C. Do-a, Davea
"i.j v-at l. .v o. B.iinan. SL
F. E. S. George Sctreivr, Dubuque.
Single Cylinder. M. V. P. B. A.
Special 10 Miles D. B. C. Family
Idler W. c. IV. Davenport.
Manie. George Sl.ado. Dav,
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Handicap for Boat A. B. H. I. J. K.
Iowa F. M. Bailey. Clinton.
Gene II W. K. Albert. Insicg.
Niagara Frtd Scherni-r, Muscatine.
I The wcrll's most successful medi-
j cine for bowel complaints is Chamber-! Intoxication is the excuse given by
Iain's Colic. Choleia and Diarrhoea ! J. E. Parker, a trtilisii-n t Tn jT"j ii fa ft n rr
j Remedy. It has relieved more pain j of wire coat hangers, for his attempt j N G" ould not te abIe to tuke l art
nr.it Kiifftrinp and s.-ved more liven ' to n:iua a l,,niD ehr.r-ir or t.,-,. -r-r...... I in regular arinv maneuvera this!
j than any other medicine In use. In- j fourth street saloons Monday evening, j summer because of the vetoing of New Class Starts July 8
i valuable for children and adults. Sold When he was arraigned before Magls-'the bill appropriating i l,:i.ru,oou for - imhhmhmhhhhhhbmmmhbi
by all druggists. jtrate C. J. Smith this morning, he ad-! military drills by President Taft re-i
f! Brown's Business College
OPEN ALL SUMMER
I George Coyne and Bill Kevser, west
;fnd residents, who trembled like tiets
jin a i.::i.mtr sale, when called upon
! to sita J'-irv waivers before Macistrate
: C J mlth nr trnl-rtlir c ahre.it tnrlav i
'with their heads weighted down by
2 tees which were suspended over
ttcir pat- s as the result of their over
I indulgence in nose paint. Yesterday
(afternoon the pair of topig i.nea
out a shady spot in Garnsty square,
produced a bottle of corn juice cf the
biting variety, and proceeled to let it
bite them. Shortly after, they were
; found, still in the shady spot, but loll
isg a tne grass iney were arrested.
Sarah Browa and Rosa Bell, neg
reset s, were arrested yesterday aiier
noon by Detective Schnert and this
raorn:n? eacn plead guilty to ditor
J?a"t E!u'o II J.Mas Yactlant Co., i derly conduct and each was finea (1
Exterminates rats, mice,
cockroaches, waterbugs, etc
Ready for use. Better than traps.
Money Back if it Fails.
2Se and $1-00.
SuU by Drux fists Erery-wLerefc
SttirBS' BACtrie Puta CCUcaoA
mitted having written a check, hut was ! cently has been allayed by the re-
unaware of the fact that he had tried : passing by the lower house of con
to collect SI 7.35 for the false paper. ! Kress of the appropriation. It is be
When he claimed to know nothing of j Bved that the senate will also act
the check this morning, except to rec-: &nfl tne president will approve in
ognize the handwriting, Assistant j tin,e 80 tbat the encampment can he
State's Attorney P. R. Ingleson said. ! hM beginlng July 15, according to
"You are evidently smarter when you
are intoxicated than when yoa- are so
ber." The prisoner admitted he had no
money in the bank and that though ho
may have attempted to pass it, he was
not guilty of attempting to conduct a
confidence ame . He had signed the
name of Clarence Piscay to the paper.
He had been here but four days.
arrangements now made. The 6tn
regiment will go to Sparta, Wig., this ' dust aIul dlrt destroy the fabric. You
summer. i begin to perceive this after much
damage is done. Then yoa realize
that the garment should be cleaned.
Don't wait until this is necessary.
Black Hander Sentenced.
St. Lc-uig, Mo., July 3. Dominica ;
Amello, convicted In the federal dls-! Have us clean your garments occa-
trict court of sending black hand let- aionally.
ters. todav waa sentenced tr. th r.en- ! Prices moderate work
HOW TO MAKE YOUR GAR.
MENTS LAST LONGER.
Garments wear out long before -their
time because accummulatlng
herniary for five years. Two others
who pic-ad guilty to a similar offense
were sentenced. One got two year
and the other a year and a half.
KING AND QUEEN TO SEE
AMWIIAI RPfl UTTA CIcmto
in i.iiiiio! Indianapolis Gets Veach?
Henly-on-Thames. England, July 3. '. Peoria, 111., July 3. Outfielder
The annual regatta which Saturday Robert Veach, for two years with thei
next will be honored by the presence Peoria club in the Three-Eye lt-agusj
of the king and queen, who are com-' today was sold to the IndianatioH i
tory. Suits pressed Dy nana. Clean
ing, pressing, repairing.
felephons West 317.
YE TOG SHOP
G. . AK
1807 y2 Second Aveau. "I