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TITF TJOC" TST.AN1 ATJGT7S. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1012.
Mrs. Arthur Dineen and Mies Edna i
Meier of Denver, who Is visiting her
parents in Oavenport for a few '
weeks. The afternoon was spent at'
I S00, four tables being played. Mrs.
E. II. Hartlin took first honors and j
the cut favors were given to Mrs. C. f
A. Washburn of East Moline. Fol-1 ' "
lowing the play a porch luncheon was : Q.ne Asks That Railway Com-
served, table decorations being .
sweet t.eag with Pretty hand painted Pauy ouoie iracd aiuiu
!.ar Mr'. Thompson: (1) My el
bow;, are -T roai-h. What can I do
It, make tr.. :il nuouth?
"-'. am fourteen vtars o!d. I0
-r 1 1 ! an tin youiig to have a j
t.'uu'.' My m other arid father nevr j
if. any t hire, b it laugh when I speak!
i;:.r..:' a t-au. Io you tnick tney
V u:. H o' ,eer?
': --.TI,--.. : a boy I would like to women's magazines,
br- rnr.'Y a'-i'iai:.ie,i w!tn. I low can it ! St Just don't pay any auction to
!. do;.- ' I"i you !i'.:.k uC:ds a card
v.r.ui j - right?
I - V. ";.a v o dd be a :.): vav to
l.r'- : n.l; iir. .,- ma.:.-?
i " i I am rtjr at n friend of mine.
'. tlnni.H t!.- fa::". Is mine, but the
(4) Choose a style from the fash-
ion pictureF in one of the popular
2 PETITIONS ON I
FILE WITH CLERK'
NlLZJLJJLA2J?LTra .1.1.1 7 Ml V t.ii.l IIHMIIM1II If T T T j
Avenue Along Center.
THE WOMEN'S MISSIONARY so-WANT SEPARATE PROJECT
ciety of the First Baptist church will;
have a meeting Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. S. R. Davis at
Sears. Mrs. Harry Potts will entertain.
him. If he wants to be friends with
you he'!! come around. If not, you
don't care, co you?
(C.) You write lgit'.y. Yo-jr teach
;er knows best what marks to give you.
!. ?!... fault is
.. : d o;- mir:
hi. til I as! ' 1
r.' ad, what w
is ii v v ni i
vr- and :
lor n. y w ' ii.:
t. ., par lli. Nu,
ei'.d i i a.ivUe ii. e
hit. II- told a ; Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) We are
Wouldtl t rum ..nm.,rTi!ririi2 alxnvc fnfrether- one
fourteen, one fif'een. Are we too youn
to come home with young fellows?
Po you! '2' Our pan. ns do not wa:.t us to
the ritiht jtome with fellows, but do you think it
'vwj'ild b nroper to refuse their
CITY ;IUL. ' 'oinpaiiy m-. Ioi.l? as we know they are
An with cold "'i't atui r. speclaliie? (.; Do you
, i,i .. .,,!,.. ti.:.:k 1 ' o':c: is too late for us to be
tn. :.! wirh the nice ul'" w" S '.ii'lny evet.ii:;'s? (4) Are
r , in.-? i .". i Is it iroptT for us t? ex-
,,...- xi, 'ihant'f ps.-'c-ir i... wr i. u-:- orcaoiou-
a!!y? c'i Is :t ; roper fo
r. in v
Ti- . b:r lion t
i.: ' i' .i ar. a !-w
if .. a -i .1.-;.- ri j it
1 : 1 -1 J i t a 1-;. 'i.;i' 'am-iI: you
li'.' v. I..,? ;im. iit W h- II
j'.'i ar,- . r'l.ti . , r 'wftity y.ur.- oi 1.
I ,i tr.i i: rl d n Aiu.t 'o Ii iv
nix uiii ii i-li. i id :io.;.-i to marry.
Vnu' pa-e'i's do rot cm. r v.c.r
c'i Is it i roper for a fel.o.v to
our arm on the str-. t?
I i Id I KN AND KATHEIMNE.
Mi j ml 1 2 1- r.-nsuH with your
par.f.rs aLoii tl .-e om.g men and if
our ;i r. Ms tUnk them respectable
mt.ihi.-- ti,;it',-r 'hi-y ,ro'.ab!y will nor object to having
:.i: : mi ar.- so y.iuu:- That Is
". y !aui.-li 'I h v won!.! proM' ly
!'!-. it . ry w-ll i! th-y i!,om!it
- f nous ai.o it ,'.
' i I ti. a .,. imI lr in a i -i
OF WHITE BATISTE
Owners of Kjiteontli Street Imcalty
lk'ire to l'ave on Old
ii. ue it
to v on.
1 1 1 ai lrii i., to niirodu,
t!. in es ort vou horn.'. :i-- Yes.
1 D til- is the !,-st place for ii : 1.-st t-iris j
i aft.-r dark, ill--Yes, uiil.'S. yui have
told your par- nfs. ari l nave tin ir cuii
' t ft. i .". i I s-e r.o barm in iliis if
wm f IT A
P- t arils nr.- not pi r opal
way iinproji-T. (0i Yes.
Store closed all day tomorrow the Fourth
Our 20 Discount Sale
Begins the morning after the Fourth
and will continue tea days
Ik-re Is a dainty linstrle frock of
while batiste. Tilt skirt Is composed
if wide ai.d narrow embroidery com
1 m-d with tucked insets. Below the
'i,. inted scallops of I he bottom of the
'-trt is placed a fold of Mark moiis-'-.
line. The bodice and sleeves are
tucked and ornamented with collar
'uinl culTa of embroidery.
Two p'-Uticns were filed with
city clerk this morning, one addressed ; j
to th? mayor and commissioners and
asking that the Tri-Citv Railway com- .'
..n.. 1... .-j .1 1.1.
J-iXii liu illSilULIfU lO UUUUII-' uai.l
Third avenue between Seventeenth and '
Nineteenth streets, and the other ad-,
dressed to the mayor and. board of
local improvements, asking that the I
paving cf Eighteenth street between J
Third at:d Fourth avenues be separated j
from tin- Third avenue paving and;
that the owners be allowed to pave by
private contract. ' j
The fast petition has 10 signers. It j ;'Q
asks, in addition to the request fori
double trackage, that the company be
instiuettd to lay the car tracks in the
middle of the thoroughfare. At present
the tracks r.re near r to the south than
to the north curb. The traffic corpora
tion ordinance requires that Third ave
nue be double tracked between Fif
teenth and Twentieth streets. At the
(present time the greater part of the
I distance is fitted with long sw itches.
It i.s probable ihat property ovvnis
ialoi i; other points on Third avenue, in
j addition to that portion represented by
the simu rs of the petition which is on
ii.e, win usk mat uie terms oi me
oruitiauet- he enforced.
ON III I) FOI l TIO.
The piftiuii to make of the Figh
ticnth stntt improvement a separate
project follows the informal request
of the improvement board made last
week. Six signers, representing the
total frontage, dvsire to pave the
A Harried and Von Maur 207c
Discount Sale is voted by housewives
to be the one best time to buy for
home and family.
For these ten days the vast stocks
of this store 160.000 worth at re-tail-s-will
be offered at a discount
of 20,' from regular prices. An ex
cellent chance for those visiting the
city during the Kegatta to do some
You may choose just the things
you want, whether it is nigs, cur
tains, drcs goods, silks, linens, or
even a paper of pins, at a saving of
oiie-tifth 1 worth for 80c; $.1 worth
Our prices are marked in plain fig
ures and the 20',' is taken off the
full amount of your bill.
Here and there about the store you
may find some things tnat are with
held from the discount, such as spool
cotton, spool silk, certain brands of
corsets, YVhittall rugs, etc., which the
manufacturers will not permit us to iq
sell below the retail prices tixed by
them. These however are few.
Open a charge account
During this sale persons worthy of
credit may have goods charged at
the special discounts to be paid for
August first. Heretofore these sales
have always been strictly cash sales.
We believe permitting goods to be
charged at the special discounts will
In this July sale we offer oppor
tunities for greater savings than
20'','. In almost v e ry department
will be found goods at
25, 33!3 and 50 o f
These may be small lots, incom
plete assortments or in some cases
complete lines, good merchandise in
evuy respect, but which, for one rea
son or another, we want to close out.
street v.i'h brick and to u.;e the old
foumlati, :.. n i-airiii;' it with macadam
where Pei es.Fary. It is tin ir desire to
complete the woik by privat contract.
ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL
IS SOON TO INCREASE
HMwmd. Him Msmp
t I a : 1 1 1 i i"rTT
A ! R TV
LIEUT. COL. JOHN T. THOMPSON SEES BIS THINGS FOR
LOCAL MANUFACTURING PLAN I NEXT CON
GRESS WILL PROVIDE THE FUNDS.
! pn priations. rnd-T (-
policy of looking to tin
future, a bien
nial appropriation for the ordaanie
work was secured a few yiars ago.
This enables him to keep the work go-
j l.ig and the force employed even in
It. W. Cram, editor of the Davenport .- ir.g a very large part at h ast of those , t;t.e f a tomiioi:e v failure of such ap-
I moiTitt. while attending th
A jietty lioim; wedd.llg took plu' e
it 11 o i lo k Tuesday t the 1..-1-i!
ii. Uo. Mr. i.nd Mrs. Suekow '
-l .l:i,ll i.v.llle. I el: port , Wi.ell'
1 ;. ir ,...: i '. r. I.I, ;i ,l..i :e, Pecalite
th- bride of l-:.w::i O. Ili.miiig of
1 .' . ni ert . I'au.ily tr.idiiion wiis
iii...!ii r:- d i, the perforinanee of the
l.irri.' e leu n.diiv by the father of
the I ride. Ki't. V. .1. Sn kow. and
the Let w ;t.-, reiitll.d t!i;ii "le t rc-
: i, ; '.oLc
!eel i e
i . s.
ism on lli.shtip
I : v. -.s ;. i.-o r.-pi
-c i:;..: I eil; l'-
;: .'. edi:.ii hi a ,i.ag.
e M ,:,! in both t
v i.dai.d l.il, s.
ei'.ish bi'.jk be
i ' 1. of the 'i,,r
h a.- Kiven w
K W . Oiroll i
eel n read
rie.4. Ti.e program
as . ery ii.ter. t
of the Aiim'suuia
a paper on the
l-oi.y d.ai Unite
i' ud Mrs Si'ekow
; " i rr .. , t, w .is v
I in iii.ii riag- Mr.
, i.ome or mote
ad l the father of
Mis. Sn!:ow, who was a!:
l.i, ill. .': in.-, li ill !i Suekow
ti.e Ir'd... w., her maul
ai t! Willi. mi W'rk ,: .. 'ii of
: '. u in a. ;
Iowa, attend, d .V r. Hunting is I .it
li. an. Mi.ia Sadie I lun: mi.-, t i.u r of
t!.e . r. oi.'. ft New York cit. .-;ing
t!u- ei. lit. !., lo, "Oh, IVrfei t '.
I.ove," y i'.,,ruliy, following the'
ii.arn.i. i- fer, ,..;,. A t :.r.--t nurse j
wedd c; I t :i!-f.i.,t w as .s. rv d, with
c,A,:.. ;', r si,;i .- ;.'i guests. Mr. and ;
Mrs Hi t.tit !;iie .i ne to I. ike Oel
a ar. i.-... u l.i r.- t'. ey w ill spet.d the
I on- , tr.H": TI. y w ill p.i.. tin - . u'nuier
at Si.l.ur' an isl on tleir return
i,!.d ti e future I.e.. will pri.'-ably
le in Oaei.;.rt. I'.o'h the 1 ride and
git ten are gr.iilu.Vt s of (irinnell col
lege. Hie I rid. beiii also a graduate
ef ti'c tm.-erv.itnry t f music at
TH K MiiN'S MMil.TV OK TIIK
'.on I.ut'ieliiii t hurt h i.iet Tuesday
firtil:: ;.t tl..- Lean- of . Ander
son. " io ' liikiitli Kitiiui , wifh a gtmd
at ten. I..11. . Keporfs were heard from
the p., at midsummer day ii.ie-iag
held uf I'ronpet't park a:ul intou.piite
report i showed fl at about $;' was
re .lied All ef tie n't: 'lint tees w.'.l
1 .ild a J.di.t n.eetif next v.f k and
I'l.tf.K w-,:i le n,.! !e for ti.e ,l; n
'. tile fund. Ii s. -."i s probable that
It will t kept ns a fui..l for the ; re
luotli'ti t f ii-.iiiitl midsummer me. t
Ings us tliis i re proved to be such a
son was faii.er of a community at
Hisl.op Hall sui h ;,s liow.e was at
Zion City. 111., aid they were rather!
wtalihy, i.l'.oi pii,erty owners hav-
ing property worth more than a mil--lion
dollars. Mr. Olson gave a com-!
plete history of tie- tolony. Ti.e'
Id'i k Itland Male t horns also gave
two numbcis. Ti e n xt mc ring cf
the so, iety w ill b,. liel 1
Tue.iday in August ;. t th
C. Normafi on liihth avenue
t i " . r.oei .ii , w line a i M iuiiii ine- ut uio-
f.j .era tie national eonvent'on at Haiti-.
; men , s nt his paper th-- foilowin; in-;
. I t !:at j i-ti-bI ing ttory conceii.tng Koik Island
: .-:i:;ag i a if.- mil : :
e made' -A visitor at the In va hi adquarters ;
Moline ! Fi -day v. u I.t.-'.i.eiiaiit ( oioiiel .lohn ,
ols and t. Thompson, w ho as Ma jor Thompson
added, was one of the most popular otfiiers1
it stationed at Hock Island arsenal.:
,Ma.iiir Thompson is the same loyal
'friend of the tri-cities that he was
, v. lii n h" lived among us. When I ask- ;
e l him w'lat were the future prospects ,
of 'h. ai.-enal, h" gave- me in detail :
(the plans whiih Otneral Croier hopes
I to work out there and which would
ni. an not only a notable enlargement'
j p c:al it,
tit us of
war. for which natii;
( a'.y i lit l. uiiers. The
has arso in
2roM$s Business College
01'F.N All. SUMMER
New Class Starts July 8
TIIK INKOUMAI. CI. I'll OK AO
vantid pupils of I'rotesMir f:-nst
Otto held their .losing recital for ti.e
sumiiier Monthly eveiiin:: at the i.ome
of Miss .Il.il. in. i lleesci.ell 0:1 Wt rt
Mxth s're.-t. It.ive.lport. A uood i
program w;is given by the Mioses I.il-'
liitn Ahrctis Flora Hehrers, Carrie
Fss'er, .luliaiiii Heesehen and Norma :
Otto, pianists, and Anna Johanr.sen. ,
violiiMs. M'l.-iri.l subjects were dis-'
I'r.-ed and it w. s tlerided to omit
the summer meet. 1: its and to formal-'
ly organize imo a music club at the
first autumn m-itim; M u.day. Sept.!
::o. ;,t the 1 o !. e of Miss Ai.r.a Jo
ha:.: s. :!, l Mitch. !1 street. Ke
fresl:i: nts were served during a
pleasant social hour at the c m lusion
of the evening.
SURPRISE WIS SOUTH.
TWIA'TV-nVK KKIKNOS OF MISS
Kit!: Seuth. i'17 Klevi'.-.th avenue,
suriri.-.d her at her heme Tuesday
ev.:.:iig, the oit.tticn 1 1 ir.g her Ititb
birthday aiir.lv erary. The evening
wiip ,ry i'tasanrly sper.t, aau,
musdc a:.J other diversions passing
tht time aW ay c,uukiy. !Ie.resv.:aet.ts
wire tlvtd by the ucnvlted
sts a:.d many Pretty sifts were
with their hettess.
of tin outline but a steadv growth in 1 u'at luriag
the force en. ployed
li i i.i.i:it i. ri;o7.ii--.!( l-i. vvs.
"'ientral Crozi'T," he said, -wants,
2."... .1,110 for the extension of the gun
the first 1 carnage la'it at Ko k Island arsenal.;
home of 1 projiost u 10 move me m.itiess
shop iroiii shop I over to K. the latter,
shop now being used as a store room. :
and to xt' fid the gun rarriag-- plant, ;
whli li is now in shop (i, into shop I. j
"At pr- sett, about one -third of the '
field artillery gun carriag- s are made 1
at Kot k Island arsenal. With the m w
machinery whiih it is proposed to buy, .
together with the shafting a::d other j
arrangements, vve could manufacture;
anithr third. 1 avins only a third to,
lie made under contracts." :
i kings whit h oiniiut lie pun based iu
the open market, ami are not ileum of
"The $-', 1 unfortuiiat' ly was not
included in the appropriui :o-i as made
by cotigiess. It is hope,), how t v, r, tnat
rhe next ongress vvili pass it, as from
an tconomical standpoint it or;ht to
apical to the longress as a uusiiuss
'i 111: i'koii 111.1: m:v iui i i..
"Will there be any ch.ing-1, cidiinel.
as to the small aims factory at the
"As to ritles which we are now man-
piopria'it ns as might be wished for.
..... .-. . ....... itt is to be congratulated on tie- caii
What has been the le.-ult. w as asked. : ,)f ,hc n,Ml who uirot( ami aj!ni.
of the work of the m vv infantry and ister the ordnance d par'nunt.
cavalry equipment boards which con- '
tiucted their investigations at the WCtR Fl PPTRin OAR
w mb w - 0 0
instruction at the sihool at Saudv 1 frieii'.s if the movement are hoping
Hook. that someone with moii. y in his pocket
! O loiicl Tin mpson and ail the other and true chaiity in his heart will tuiu
; officers bear testimony to the interest tip to male.' the r aiizat ion of their de
' in and the aide direction of 01 diiaut e 1 bii'e possi de. They figure that such .1
aiTairs by (ieiiera! Cro.icr. If there is (deed, while appropriate at any time,
good argument for the development of j would be o.-pctialh lining as an ex
: I In" military liri.mli of the government j pre.vion of broad patriotism about the
; service, which is far behind that of : time when we are telebrating the na
! many other smallet t.atioi's, the eoim- j llonal blrtiuhiy.
"The new infantry equipment lias
In en Very favorably received. It adds
much to tlr- marching power and the
nobility of the infantry arm of the
si rv ice. We are now making pui.tiutl
sets at Hock Isiand arsenal as design
ed by the infantiy equipment boaid
three years ago.
The new cavalry equipment as
worked out by the board lie re tinder
Colonel F.. .1. McCleniand. recently
promoted to brigadier general, will be
i-iven a thorough test by t wo troops
cf cavalry at Fort Oglethorpe, Oa.,
who an to be equipped with it and
tried out for six months, when a final
decision will be given. The work and
, . . . . 1 ; . -l .1 ...
the present report 01 tins noarti is coiismereu u
zinc rille is ordnance. oTicers to have been most
by a self loading musket. , thoroitgn ana cxc iient. ana vv nen a
ritle the onoraiion. aft. r n,'v-' equipment has been adopted for
armoty at Hock Is-
h.nd arsi mil. the government now has
a supple of approximately T'io.i and
MUSCATINE LOSES GROUND;
POPULATION ON DECREASE
Muscatine- has lost heavily In popu
lation during the last year, according
rnn WICITIftir' WIIDOC'1 0 ''ciisiis. just compleied.
lUil VlOl I I U fill HoC; This is presumed to be the result, of
What the Visiting Nurse association!11"' ,a,,,'r "" afflicted
, , , that city for some Urn". Where 4,"71
really would like to have for the use ; alt,.ni,tl tlle iiools iu isil.
of the nursis is not a new buggy nor j i,ul 4.1.1::, were shown to be en.olled
a gasoline car, but an . loctr.c rutia- j the past year, rhowii:-; a loss of r.olt
bea t. This was made clear this morn-1 The census presents the fact that
ing by one in close touch w ith the there are today in the ity lsi vacant
work. While it he first cost would be houses and tenements, a net increasu
greater, the expense of maintenance of 77 over l'Ji.
would be about the same, md th" ! - -
electric car would cover a great deal wh' " ,1k s"""a h fails to perform
res, rv, som" IP'o.oui)
mal es weil along to a
acgaziue rifles, and it is
more ground than a horse could and
! its functions, the bmveis bceoif de-
Jo be expected that their n.a'.iufactur.
v ill not be tarried on in laiae mini
beis in the future, until
moot 1. imiui-opi ratt d magazine rille is
supers, d- tl
l.i this m
would be about equally reliable- in all ' ' me uver ami uie Kiuneys ion
s asons I gested. t ausing nuiiieroiiH disases. Thu
With on ..i,.iri r.-r i '., i .!! nt oma di and liv r inns, be restored to
nurse could get about more expedl-!
tiomslv and coubl do more work An
other important consideration would 1 l'omh'1 "pon to do it.
a healihy condition, and ( 'hamberlain's
Stoma' h atid Liver Tablets can be !-
F.asy to tak
Iirliing the nigger
tin empty carnidiio sliell and loadim:
a live tar'ritlge into the chamber, is s-'-ould tay th. ref.ir, that the prospects
pei formed automaticallv. g nerally bv 01 me arse uai tor continue. i anu proo-
be the greater comfort she would enjoy
while making her rounds. With horse
and ibuggy, she is exriosed to the in-
.1 1.. - 1 ... t-AX:i rv a 1 .iver tup counirv 1L will
01 luiowillg mil ' - ...... . ! clemencies! of the lira t her :.t nil s..a.
i" 111. int. mi j.iv,rV c 1 n. 11 ti. i
lutvo niort ii
drug More to
MEN HOLD MEETING.
TIIK MKN'S Sut'lKTV OF TilK
Swedish l.uti. erau t Lurch held its
renular nu-et.r.g at tLe hoa.e of Kn.il
lVterson. 1121 Tuesday evening. Teh
usual cumber of members were pres
ent a-.d the tv. nii k was spent in ti.e
di.eu.-.j.mr. f "The i.if,. ;.j ci,a:aiter
of Samuel The host served re-frtS!,m.-rtg.
I'utj.s were made for a
rlcr.ii- Il... r day after the morr.ir.e
jara'.e. A ectv a i; roe was appointed ; porated f; r cor.side-rati. r.
whi.h will m.ke arraa.rai.t5 and prlatior.s commit!. wh
itcteil Lnde EuildiDj,
over "Slate Pank.
17th f. un.l Jd e.
I Mrs J.
; tiit tlOS 1
. vary par
"Would that not be an economical
move for the gov-riim. nt?" asked the'
Demot rat's int. rv i, w er. !
"Yes. it would be a plain business'
proposition. The work at Ruck Island
c: sciia! can iie done much oh. apcrthau
it an be done ou'side. For instant e.
the limli.r. whiih is the front part of
the gun carriage, can be manufactured
at the ar.-cnal for a little ever $0i."',
whereas the average of several con
tracts recently let outside was ovt r
t .v i; e that much.
"No to complt te the project for
fi.-hl arti'dfry for the mobile army of
the 1'nited States r- .pjires yet some
JlC.'ioo.Ou". Some of this would go into
the guns themselves, whiih are made
tt Wafervik-t i:rs. r.al liut the large
prr portion would go into gun carr age
work. So it will be leadi'.y seen that
a r-iillii u dollars couid bv saved to the
national treasury w -thin the next few!
yars. and ev 1 i.tua'iy two ir m.re mil
i; v. if this work is enlarged as 1 ro-
i'Ost it is a plain business propesi
f.on. to spend $.:". "i't.i and to save th
larcer a mount a mtntieced within the
text few years."
1 niiKivi. to (o(.mi.
""What is the pres at stat :s cf the-matt-r.
"The it. r.i was j resetted hy (Jer.'rr!
Crosier to coi.gr. ts ar.d vvas ::.c;r-
by the r; pro
1 had charge
means ef gas generated by the pre
vious iis: Large. The new aim would
have th" advantage cf greater rapidi
ty of lire, and ::ive jncroaso-I accura
ls not disturbed after
hand operating of the
cy, as the aim
bring a shot b-
bolts whieh lock the- 1 hamb.r.
tir.n o iuits o
"Mexico already has adopted a rille
of M...S thuract-r and all the militaiy
powi.s are working on the problem.
As soon as it is workt d out we wiil
have to have- some."'
"And until the new arm cgiik-s?"
"la nding any such change, the new
gun carriage work would give employ
ment to a latge number of the present
arna itrs M-n who are skilb d cniugli
to wirk an army rifle tan f coaise
also make gt.n carriages, and the gov
ernment alwavs ptiftts to retain its
oitl employ s.
"The ars-i.al is well fixed to operate
for tl..- next i-ix months or more- with
its present force, coi-siderahie nv uty
Laving be. n saved from previous ap-
Campbeli's hhd Cottages
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l.r. W. Walden, Watrrtown, 111.
FOR NJPS D:v
H. U aiia-e of
! tif their
UK AO AND.R
cf the sundry civil tiii. It was warm
1 iy favored by R- presei.tajive P. pp. r . f
the s. aiiiil Iowa di.stritt and also bv
ia Li. tLi ort ii
Shirpy of Kenturkv.
who is ta'irg grer.t inter. st la tee
w ork und'r the war d.-partin. nt. These
sratierr.cn r-Tesnt a flues cf states
men who favor the tov-.rnai. nt mak-,
K Dur;; iitcucmni
i.-i.vii- .iiiji.oin 1
su-:,t;T Frontenac, July 4, 5,
t and 7. Afternoon and evr-n-inz.
Two orchestras Gents,
0 cents, lacks. 25 tents.
ble increase of work are very good
Oenc ral Cro.ier takes great interest , ;
in the arsenals and in all pertaining to j
them, as ail the rest of us do. We
have every confidence, that the work ;
of the government can be done cheaper
at our own arsenals than it can lie '
done outside. This should be a good '
business argument to congress and the
people, and we have confidence that .
c digress w ill see it in this light." j
Hi ll 1'HIKMIS AT AMIIt.TO. j
Colonel Thompson is senior assist- '
ant to General Crozier and has the
general administration of the person
nel ami efficiency of the ars. nals and
hargeoftne of the manufacturing'
divisions, that ef small arms, ammu
nition ami equipment. With him at'
, Washington are Colonel Willi.-m S.
Pierce, aimii.if t-ri:,'- money and ftop
trties. ami Major I.. T. Hillman. also
formerly e,f R'.ck Inland, i-r.i now ia
ciiLrge of the gun carriage dtvis.ion.
A:. other ell frit-S'I. "attain G. II. .
S'.eAiirt, who married Mi. s KlixatieM :
liarnard of Moiim-, and who Las been
Cthr.e l Tii' ra; soi.'s principal assistant
for three y. ars, is j 1 1 P aviT.g f.r
Wat. -Mown ars -i.al to ta::e th- cotre '
of ir.struf t'.on Ir practical work in the
thops. TLe army tffit.ers taking such ,
a coun?e. take off th-ir coats an.j g
rh'l at the mac'iia.-s ar.d !a:hr; and
do th" work tii. r- At f.r. t ti.t- work
men were iticlined to regard th.ra
w ith more or less s ispicion but they
are i.r.ii, .- ord- rs o regard t:;. es
rlmpiy is wr rkm n 1 to n:ik" r- -poits
en ar. ti.iiifr that ",m .- tir.'I'.T
th- ir cLs-rva'Icn in that ri.pd'iry Th-'
1 wcr'Kirr.i Lave therefore "r...- to rt
j..rd :!.-m ir. a m- re f.-i' ndiy Fpirit.
iii. I a b. t'er spir t ar.1 uri'lr-rfct&ndh.i;
b-' w.en ofT.crrs ar.d n en. i-ayg Cc!oi; I
Thompsori. is thrn-fore co:r.l.u; aViut.
The c t:pc- is cn' v.ar f post-rad j-i
at iriitr r tii : . tiEcrs ta::i::g t rttv-i
liiEg already had a tai- of theorttical i
sons, her hardships being especially
severe in winter.
Members of the association and
I and most effective. Sold by all drug-
Not Very Long.
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"Cntil the first time 1 ntii late for
BUpp.-r. if I remember rightly." De
troit Free Press.
Easiest to xV ...
At on any tiW-
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Just cs superior to ether tires
cs Michelin Red Inner Tubes are to
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