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THE ROCB ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. MAY 24, 1913.
WILL J AH NS SENT
TO STATE PRISON
FOR HIS GRIME
j Judge Olmsted this morning. Huldah,p fin&lif r&ITIfill
! arsr s? .v.nr('r,.s ELK GDNVcn ! M
i and Esther Calhoun vas freed Irom
I Harry Calhoun, on the game grounds.
' J. B. and J. I.. Oakleaf represented
(the plaintiffs iu bo-h actions. Mar in j -i
H. Jacobson was given a decree from;
his v.ire sar.e on the grounds of de- Local Committee Sends Out In
formation Concerning Events
of June 3, 4 and 5.
sertion. P. R. Ir.gleson was attorney
! tor the plaintiff. Bertha May Weir
Pleads Guilty to Charge of Op-! pr- a divorce from her husband Fred.
. , a!K:ns drunker.ne.s. Sarl Mar-
shall were counsel lor the wife.
GETS FROM 1 TO 10 YEARS
State's Attorney Floyd E. Thompson
Arranges Criminal Docket to
be Taken Up Monday.
FOR FIXING ROAD
! Besides being a quarter-miler. the new
j captain is a good weight man and will
IIO U'JUUL illttft.' au VAC-fllf III. puui lur
the next ear's track squad.
Miss Tauline Levi and Miss Clara
Blakemcre of the Lisa school have
been awarded emblems rf honor for
their excellent work during the last
year on the Watch Tower, the official
paper of the. school. The track men
have aiso been awarded emblems.
James W. Maucker, secretary of the
local Elks convention committee, has '
mailed to various lodges throughout j
the state copies of the official con
vention program. Special stress is '
laid upon the proceedings on the even
ing of June 4 at w hich time Senator L. :
V. Sherman and Randall Parrisii will I
I speak at the Illinois. The state asso-1
' ciatloa also plans to have several I
Business Men and South ROCIS! lodges put on the new ritual in tire
Tolorrl HnmrnissinTiprs Mav prize exemplification contest on the
Dras: Twelfth Street.
Will Jahns, charged with operating
a w.nfidcr.fe stamp, plead puilty in the ,
clrruit court thi.s mcmlns and was 1
fccn'en'rd to the nenl'enriarv :it .lo-
i-fc i is, u l' l III )l l l - Mil W.i'J kU IV !inr! 1-1 -i-illfr Vll
-ars, undt-r the ind'trrniiTiate law. I Island yesterday for the purpose of a b L " -Kf
I evening of June 3. The registration
! office w ill be located at the Hotel
Harms. The program follows:
A committee from the Business TUESDAY. JUNE 3.
Morning Reception of delegates
2:00 p. ni. Belt tour cf Rock Island.
.rr.. y Flojd K. Thcrcpu j cotrrinff with the highway comrnis- MoMrJ(?i 'cavenport, arsenal and Black
mend cl'-mcncj to '".bioners there relative to dragging ! Hawk Watch Tower.
tta'e board of pardons.
i thoi ri.i: iikioki:.
Th!s not i he first time Jahns has
been hi tro'.-bl. It s said he at
t mp'r d to pass several ha j checks.
11 vsi arrest'-d ;.nd StatS Attor
ney Thompson in a W.ieir. attitude.
Twelfth street. A meeting place had; S:00 p. m. Addresses. Prize exem-b-en
planr.pd but for some reason the j plification of ritual, and social session,
local men failed to find their neigh- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4.
bors on the south and the conference 8:00 a. m. Meeting of exalted rul
did not materialize. ers.
It is said that the road could be put 0:00 a. m. Convening of delegates.
in excellent shape with little trouble, 1:30 p. ni. Horse race matinee at
TO SIMPLIFY THE
Commissioner Martin Rudgren
Prepares Ordinance for
SEEK DATA FROM
Democratic Senators Ply Manu
facturers With Twenty-nine
MUST REPLY UNDER OATH
reduced the charf; to obtaining money ; Hnd that with the joint cooperation of Exposition park.
In order to simplify the work of his
effice, Commissioner Martin Rudgren
has prepared an ordinance which he
will intrcduce Monday afternoon pro
viding for changing the readings on
water bills from gallons to cubic feet.
The water meters measure in cubic
feet but b:":ls are rendered in gallons
which necessitates considerable
work in multiplication. This will be
done away with, if the new system is
adopted, and then patrons will be able
to rcadilv read their own meters.
V.'ill Force Men Fighting Proposed Re-j
vision to Give Details of. 1
Washington, D. C, May 24. Senator j
Simmons, chairman of the senate fl-i
nance committee, made public last'
night a list of :'9 questions relating!
to the tariff prepared by majority i
members of the committee, which will,
be sent to manufacturers of the couu-1
try. To avert any clash over this ac-'
lion in the senate, the majority will ;
send with their list the original 16 '
questions proposed by Senator La Fol-:
lette, although most of them are in
corporated in the majority list. j
The committee announced in a state- i
ment that if manufacturers or persons !
who have filed briefs or have made
written or oral protests to the finance i
DAILY WAGON SER
VICE IN ROC"
i.n'lT faiM! pretends. ai1 he was ; city and South Pock Island, the
M .-,t'iH-d to ;,ay $l'i and os-'a ' upce.-sa-y dragging could be easily ac
vhili his father paid. Thiny seven compli.-hed.
fhiyii later hi- w.13 irn.-' J o:i a charge :
rf passing a bo;v,is hi( k
S:00 p. m. Addresses by Brothers
Randall Parrish and L. Y. Sherman at !
THURSDAY, JUNE 5.
S:00 a. m. Meeting cf exalted rul
ers. 9:fo a. ni. Convening delegates.
l:Ort p. m. Elks' parade.
3: ')0 p. m. Steamboat ride on Mis-
The ordinance provides for a slight i wm sena answers before
i reduction in rates, the principal item j "" ' lci'u;1 "c io iae senaie,
being the minimum figure reduced
ni R'ne Van Sii.-yhroi-cls. ft a oth- PERSONAL POINTS II
:na store at 1111 Ea;;t Pus' avenue, i -i
East Moiine. W.ti, it I,.- sec ur.-d a. (;P(,rpp Kingsbury, secretary of tty
?15 suit of clothes, a $3 hat ar:I sonic; . p... ,,, M.-n s pssoclation. has re-
f ihT artii les amounting to S1'J..V) and I turm-1 from St. Louis, where he aV j sissippi.
V in aWi. Wlc-n asked in court this : t( IlU1, th Xational Association of He- S:00 P- m. Dance at Elks' club.
morn!! j; he had rnvthmc o the t;lii i;rocrr
pricri'T w as.ted t') kiiov Inv.v l:jn, lie
c.iiii haic to (.pi :rl Jcil.ct an:J tiie
c'irt explained lirtt tiii was up to
t.if boi'.rd i f pardons. ile a.- thn
fcntrticed nil it is e;nc'ej l,e w .11
b'! taki'ii to the peii.tfi:: '. ii'v c:i M'.n
!'. l i: m.i : imic hi: l .
The c nn.iriHl cine l -t ill lie taken
t'p .Monday, .stair's Att. rii' v Thnn,i
Kn h.'n aira'ired t-i- Hi" c -e to b:-
t?Keil Ul ill 'lie foilll'.Ving Ortie;-;
.Tolin Sai.uan. r.tne nea:?!-t n itum.
Arn':'.d Vil' c.!-:ti. r;,i,i;i ,- .
Jnii:i I't rroh. lure i ny.
.lehn Yiindep liurhe. murder.
I"( "ge D. Holsnpp o pnd Mamie
from $12 to $9. Coir.r.rssioner Rud
gren a'.so favors making all charitable
institutions and the schools pay for
the water they use.
State" Convention Ends Session
at Moline Raise in Salary
1 If lr app'e. detail. ;:i
i f i'l 1 une.
I .'by M. I!.;-.
fetm1 c.i prrvlo :
( I i'l f line
liuby Mill-r. cr.'iciag
lio .'-o cf i!l fun;-.
C d - STu't'itl. in'ird. r, I ;i','!.ir;
Mid rolilierv (tliren i:r!i' t r..c tile).
.! I h iiii c ji
'''vrr.'.l cu i v c v cfo :Mp..'ii l.v
t-i cleta'ti 'ig
. 1 . .1 1-' i: v ni huu
tenia. e iiit'i
1EC3 Second Avenue.
Todaj : '""ete Tr fi e :'ta'." n
ir a' cii!(ly; "Alk-!'.! ike's II
CcmL." hlitiv, ri.l c'.iitr
Sund'ty: "Mi !:. . dt.e aid A in
tivci srtti; fptti.ire c'trac:ioi, a::d cliier
t ii '.iir. c.
Com :.;:. Supi'ny. .iii"- 1: "Ti.e High
Tide tf M s'crtiirr.'' tf.r'a tto-y ,'
what happened to Mary.
Mr. and M-s. E. M. S'anton cf Chi-
rago are 1;j tiie city fcr a few weeks' .
visit. They are stopping a" the home j
of Mrs. :"tan;on's mother. Mrs. Mary
N ion, -"9 Ninth ae:iue. j
Mrs. E tiKT It Tanner today rereiv-j
m1 ;; teli srani sta'.ir.g that a son had
1 i"i horn to Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. ,
Hum of Champai.i. 111. Mrs. Dunn;
was f( riiic rly Miss Cora Alice Tanner, j
Mrs. Waliacp Trck.liler has returned ;
from a 1'iotith'f visit with relatives in
l;ost.;:i. Accompanying her were an i Thp, anKila, convention of the Illi-ia-mt
and cousin. Mrs. . Holmberg no!s Ma,, rarricrs. association which
'i'.nd daughter, who are returning to;.s .,,.,. , ,,nao
Omaha. Neb. : t,oday. The delegation from Mauoon S&M.
Aaron (ioldherg has arrived in the invited the association to gnther in
' ci: y from New York to spend several their fair city next yt-ar, but the mat-
-ks iKitir.K witn his parents. Mr. t(r of choosing the seen- of the next
i'l .d M;-;,. S. (ioldiierg. 222 Thirteenth ' meeting was placed in the hands r. '
s:re.-t. Mr. (ioldberg is employed in : t.he executive committee, of which E.
a larpe furnilurc store in New York y. Stroihlo of Rock Isiand is a mem-C:':-.
The for,vrntiOH anoptei.; resolutions
( favoring a raise in salary of carriers
hi I ,.i, ii rt irrtj. irzi ii V,' i.s " T I I
i also adopn-J favoring the abolishing
'of the practice cf collecting mail on! Tiie
Sundays ai d holidays and iavorii
00-day leave of alts' nee each year.
The foilswin officers were clotted:
President:"'. V. Beivkrr. Molip.e.
Vice i'v isident E. Z. Suzeiiiarry,
MAY BE REM!
Ordinance Will Be Introduced at
Weekly Session of the City
HOME COftUNG WILL
NOT BE ARRANGED
h" propr.s.'iti i.ome cxnr.tig aiuj ex-
iiicut of prod;;', u v.hich v as proposed
u : recent se -,.-,ien at tue Kock Island
c'. ii) to the prcid-r.i -, of the Rock Is
land club. Lu.-ii;e.-,.s Men's association
and r.ii.'Mie club, by L. J. Buckley of Kankak, iv.
Kar.Mi-, Citv lias been dropped. It has ' Secretary
be n dcided tiiere are too many oth-. fi'-lc.
er t'i!i:-.gs coining in which the city Is' Treasurer Thomas McCann
ii!t(-re;-'ed to yi. tify th kind of a fi- ford.
ni'iiiial canvii-s r.n entenp.inment of; Scrgeant-a. Ai ms T. Y. Snow
its si. would require. Th" fart that , bar.a.
tiie Royal Ne'zhbors are to have their
national ga'hering liere. and other
pmiects r.-ratiged. precludes the pos
:ihili:y of putting on the display this
they will be printed.
"rut," the statement added, "neither '
thj report of the bill to the senate nor j
final action by the senate on the bill !
will be delayed for answers." j
All interrogatories must be answer-
ed under oath. i
LIST OF UIKMIOVS ASKED. !
The preliminary questions relate to I
tno manufacturer's identity, the com
modity produced, the raw materials
used in production, whether they are
produced here or abroad, and if im
ported, from whence, cost per unit of
rav material and cost per unit of simi
lar production in foreign countries.
The other questions are as follow :
"What part of your production do
you report; to what countries and in
i what quantities and values and what
rates of duly are paid at the several
j fotcign ports?
I "Are you interested in any other con
I cern exporting this commodity? If
so, give name, amount of product ex
ported and the actual selling price of
this product here and abroad.
"What were the wholesale prices
charged by you, and by any concern in
which you are interested, for this com
modity in the domestic market; and
what were the nriec nhanrtti whnn
improvement for a period of five years ja f n narkots durfn Ja
I nary, April. July, October, 1912, and in
K C T OK Til fNSlMtHTATlO.X.
'What was the cost of transporta-
y c.ui oi your prouuet, ii om your tac-
j tory to the principal foreign' markets;
!.'iing the names of markets for the
Joseph srnie neriods Knicitil
"What country or countries are your
An ordinance, will be introduced at
lllT lllltllll V. WIV. l.tJIIllltl II..11
Monday afternoon providing for side
walk contractors filing bond lor
000 for the protection of the c ity in j
cases of accident. It will he rcniem-!
bercd in 1919 a similar ordinance was
passed, except that tiie bond was for
The ordinance was not enforced.
however, i'.nd ihe matter is being agi
tated pgain. Tilt: bond will cover tiie
Year in Year Out Quality
Here is the record of quality work all the
Quality work has increased the volume of our
business until today it is extremely doubtful if
any tri-city laundry does a greater volume even
considering all classes of work certainly none
equals our volume of finer grades, shirts, col
lars, shirtwaists, fine lingerie, etc. - ,
There is a reason
It is theyear-in-year-out quality work, done by .
the most modern methods in by far the most
modern and best equipped laundry in the entire
It's a SAFE place to send YOUR work.
cost to the total cost of a unit of prod
uce in competing countries?
"Give cost of transportation from
your factory to the principal markets
in this cuatry, naming the markets.
"What is the cost of transportation
from the principal points of produc
tion in competing countries to the mar
kets of this country?
"What parts of the duty under the
Payne-Aldrich law represents your
profit as a manufacturer?
"Have you a pecuniary interest in
the maintenance of a high tariff on this
and ir it passt:t an attempt win
made to strictly enforce it.
I'lMi unit n m:jai.
funeral of Richard
i i Pete her will be held tomorrow
noon at 2:30 o'clock :-t Trinity Epi.-co-' f.0innei itnrs In iho fcrni.n ar
ch. li 'V. C. II. Sherwood willk(?s to which export?
Is there a tariff differential for or
have charge and interment will
made, iu Chipl-'iaunock c-'inetcry
C. W. Becker, Sprius
HEATING PLANT IS GIVEN
A SEVERE TEST TODAY
1 Cabinet Range
1 Price S25oOCI
L !U-i i. - --i- y .
r- r-v : f ' A
Pj cliie niaiters la lavtnport were
M fcMi t SsrzzZZ?&
A cabinet only 50 niche '"nc. with 18-inch bak
ir. oven r.tid 1 4-ittcIi broiling oven having cither
blue or white oven tl- or panels ami with enamel
prins. 1 lie cat iron parts ot
this st'ive :irc enaine'.etl a jet black, tints doing
away with the- necos.-iiy of t;-ing stove polish.
We have purchased a large number of these
stoves and are making a special run on them
Call and sec this stove.
Peoples Power Co.
' Arnouncement Made Telephone
I Company Will Start Con
against you in any of the countries to
which you export this commodity? if
so, what is the amount of such differ-
iential? What rates of duty have vou
j The? heating plaut of t'nc Manual ( "How many concerns are engaged in
i Arts building i being f-ivi n a severe i the manufacture or production of this
jtest today, l.t.iis and Kitchen, hi t- loirmodiiy in this country, and who
ling engineer;: cf Chicago, began tho ar ; the principal producers?
jtest yesterday and it was continued j AfK as to i iu. s i .
j through today. A report v. ill he given j -Are :xny of ,nese producers organ
ito the board of education some day j izfc(j tie ,.;,.,, or output, or for any
1 next week. trol the price or output, or for any
! i illhl.1. rtlllvjiu., ntiA 1..,.-.
jwi.-v, jjui (rucc, cum lia V ,IUU 4X11J COU-
; nection or interest, directly or indi
rectly, in such trusts or combinations?
. "What proportion of the production
oT this commodity in this country is
produced by such trust? What pro
portion by the independent producers?
"Is there any difference in the price
charged for this product in the do
mestic market by the independent pro-
POLICE IN BATTLE
WITH A BAD ACTOR
Drink-crazed Man Makes Dash
for Liberty but Is Captured
. After attempting to break all the
furnitura in his boarding house, H.
Burdow, operating under a heavy
steam pressure, this morning put up
a battle with two police officers and
was only subdued after a terrific
struggle. He was locked in a cell and
his case will be heard Monday morn
ing. Dardow is the star boarder in a
fiat situated over the Pfoh grocery
store at the. corner of Fourteenth
street and Third avenue. It appears
that Uardow had been drinking heav
ily, and becoming dissatisfied with
conditions, began to throw the furniture-
out of the second story window
upon the sidewalk below. The police
were called about 10:30 and Officers
Fitzgerald and Kirscli responded. .
As soon as liardow lamped the blue
coats and brass buttons he made a
break for liberty with the police in
close pursuit. The fugitive ran north
on Fourteenth street to Second ave
nue where he boarded an east bound
Kim street car, temporarily evading
his pursuers, who trailed along in the
rear and finally succeeded in stopping
When captured, Uardow defied all
efforts of the police to take him to the
jail, and fought like a wildcat After
a tussle of several minutes' duration,
the handcuffs were slipped on hi3
wrists and he was brought howling
and screaming to the station.
"Cut Out" Worry
If you feel run down, have no appetite,
digestion is bad, liver lazy and bowels
clogged, don't worry you only make
matters worse. The "inner man"
needs help and a trial of
IS URGED. GET A BOTTLE TODAY
CyCT-W'"':; mm. ...nil
jj. ....i,. ... , . , 1
JOHN BREDAR BROUGHT
HOME FROM MUSCATINE
, .John Ilredar, the young man who
was injured in a motorcycle accident
'near Mus-caiine recently, was brought
S to his homo in itoek Island Thursday
and according to reports ho is recsv
The Automatic Telephone company ! ,,rjn,; lrm tht, effects of tho injury
announced that it has within the last
iev cays compietcii uie nnai arrange- , fatal.
ments with the Davenport city conn- j '
cil in regard to tiie company's fran- j Flowers for Decoration Day.
chise. and that construction v. oik will j Anv citizens wishing to donate their
start at an early date. ! Mowers for Decoration dav will please
The Automatic Telephone company ! nave ,henl roady and call west 12T,
had been unablo to make any move ; Tiulr,,iay, M;,v -). Tliev v. i'.i be call
whatever toward starting construction ' ed for aI!(I lled fr decorating the
worti m tne tri-cities until tiie tran-
monunient and graves.
agreed upon. Conditions causing the;
delay w.?re settled a few days ago, j UN
and the company has already start- i g22 ?l.Cf3 SSfl'STi
ed the encinenring work of getting j UC3iEEU& 9 IB liiS tll
cut plans, preparatory to osd-ring j fn fa .-
The company promises four things:
First. That it will give the lowest
average telephone- rates cf ay similar
sined city on earth.
Second. That it will have more
telephones ia operation in the tri
cities in proportion to ti,e number of
inhabitants tiin can be found iu any
other city on tho globe.
Tiiird. That it will give the best
telephone service to be found in tar.y
city in the world.
Foul th. That it will eventually pay
the highest average wage paid by any
Ir. the new Districts of Manitoba.
'Xfjrr?m saskaicnewan and Ai-
t.r.a. Ihere are tnous
ans of Free- Hurie
iJrarii. left which toth
TT.cri nnkiiig entry in
worth lrom ia h25
eracrc. 'll:-e lands
Jt Excellent railway
LAD KNOCKED DOWN BY
WAGON THIS AFTERNOON
A liVycsr-o'id lid. whoso name could i
rot he learned, was knocked dc-v. n i
this afternoon at 1:4 o'clock at ti.e'
southeast corner of Sp"-nc-?r square by
a wagon loaded with cement. Tho
boy "narrowly escaped being hit by a
street car and In dodging ii. stepped in
frcr.t c th wagon. M"dica". a:.l was
summoned, and frcm tjte preliminary
xamiaation it was thought he was not
!! AT HIGH SCHOOL
Will tllESa. ': - of tho cirltrr n-h. ' CT-
tei at the h:h fc.hooi. has been choiSnrti.
i ecu as cat-taiii of the 114 ?k Iawih. i Cl Aiiitl.
whic h lor several days was Ihougnt : uucer and the trust producer?
"What were your wholesale prices
f. o. b. factory of this commodity sold
in vV I'nited States during January,
April, July and October, 1912, and in
"What were your wholesale prices
of this commodity f. o. b. factory for
export in foreign countries during the
WANT COM- OK 1'IIOKl ( TIO.
"What was the cost of production
in your plant, per unit of your product,
for the fiscal years l:lu and 1912?
(live cost of materials, labor, overhead
charges and depreciation charges in
separate items and iu as much detail
"In this connection give capitaliza
tion, amount of common stock, prefer
red stock, and amounts of bonds Is
sued; amount of actual cash or its
equivalent in tiie property received in
Iconsiaoration of stocks ana bonds; rate
of dividend paid on preferred stock and
locmmon stock and rate of interest
; borne by bonds for the last ten jears;
how much of your earnings for each
j cf ihe years I'jlo, lull and 1 ;j J j have
j boon credited to surplus and how much
devoted to additions to the plant; sal
i alios paid during etch of the forego-
iyii; years tr eac h of your principal offi
cials; statement of assets and liabili
ties. P'l'i, 1511 ar.d 1H12, and compara
tive balance shot t for those years.
si.v. .. k ok rnori.il I v.
"Give value for which the property
the. v. ii in the above statement of assets
and liabilities was assessed for taxa
jtioa in 1!j12 at:d transcript of your la
i bo- roll for January, April, July, Oc
j toicr. lt12. and January, i:13.
j "State amount of wafres paid per an
i.uni for the years PtlO, 1S11 a:id i:)2
and total value for anr.um of your
pioduct for the same years and the;
aractOr. quality and ace of the ma- i
ncry used in manufacturing your'
production prr j
product as yours in
In man? rases the railways in
tan via h--.- tei-n Lu;lt in ad-
aiicc u." set tlemert.ai-.ti m ashen
n:.e i!".'TB w;il i.t be a ttier
who need be mi. res than ifn or
twelve n-.itcs f rnr.i a hne of rail
v.i. Railway :i;psais r. ?ulated
b:- 'iGvcm-T,e-!- C'.'rr.rr:-r.n.
Social Conditions. Th.- Ameri
c.in eCiitx a: iii.r.ie m rtf,t-e.-n
C:.njca. 4.i?r.ct atranRr
i.-i a scrar.Ke h :id. feaWnt; neariy
a rr..llicn cf his own ;:' -tAv ni
reao t;t!-c! ihrre. Scr.d to tiie
C:in.i':;:u(.i"Vt.'T.r.er.t Acent for
l.U;r' w. ralci, i.c Auci
C. J. Broughton
R. 4 12. 1 1 W.Adaaas St
or adefrc- 5,jt. of in-miraticr.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
m I R t - I 1 ' IwB L4 U M : Hi
T 1 SjIB-ai- L .LI! I' li I fj
m. rucj v n it-. 9r wi jrr -i fwi -'-r
H.P.HULL v pms
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN AC
CURACY AND PROMPTNESS IN
IF SO, YOU WILL HARDLY BE
WITHOUT A CHECKING ACCOUNT.
AS IT GIVES YOU A RECORD OF
JUST WHAT YOU HAVE PAID OUT,
THE EXACT TIME CF DOING IT.
AND1 THE PARTICULAR REASON
FOR DOING IT.
4 INTEREST PAID0N SAVINGS
r 1 For Drxakfcneia. Oviae,
II n IV lr tluTobacc. Hal ;
J) stP 4 Neortsthrsia . pr
fa -uc v rrl Pw ; at ' cost CI
ma Vs f$ ,"t RttLE? jurit of the same prodv
.,;iSB IfjSTJT'JTE, j cor"Peting countries?
oviat iu- i
'WV.'hat is the percentage of labor t
and St. Paul
Plan for your vacation now on tho Tri-(.'itii: I-'avorite Steamer Morn
Ins Star, ("omiucncing May SI. Leav-e l'.ock l.Iund for St. i'aul
' c-iy Saturday at 3 p. tn.
WHITE COLLAR LINE STEAMERS BETWEEN ROCK
ISLAND, BURLINGTON, KEOKUK AND QUINCY.
Take a trip to the Big Dan atKc oki:k. Steamer (hl'ti Illair loaves
every Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 4 p. m. Call or write for il
Office foot cf 19th St. R. W. LA MONT, Agent, Phone 188.