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c t a. J r v f i i ax, at. Hk . 't rn "St. rttjr, 1 08 rtt- , ttta the ton rot as are MT re 108-; If tea u , the aH -baa Urn the Uag is t. HA Ma own ring ham aa4 lead at llffl blag i or rlea, aava mid be i to ;th yoa on! 5 hoar dbt by i act stow tha A J i no ? laad BreT Uvea ileal laV toeo, irttr aatt i to lesa. iwaa it ... .- J p ' ' . - 7t fcfflruuU L. H. JTerUn - t and Cab Who , ''i CtikCuk. . , -pMp of neighbors surrounded hoe U forto U2S S street, late Saturday atter asl captarad robber with -j nodi es he left the boom. The rjcrtamny la Visiting te Ml Mr!, tad neighborhood woman no F tfarf a awn prowllaf around tha a group Of men gawereu ana, awning all Muds or - weapona, ' wetted oautde the house for tha nober to appear. -r it abort time a u-onng man. rtjut n yean old, appeared, and tru immediately pounced upon. ' A ; Uliih call was aent in to the ifttot and Station Officer Gua - Erses reeponded. ... K. H. Verger. 1701 Seventh street, ;T n Ban Frodell, 1601 Sixth street, taned the prowler over to tha of-letr.- On being brought to the po an union the man gave tha name it Robert Smith and said, that he fitA been rooming in Davenport for tk last two weecs ai iw . west Tsatb street, and that bis parents lira la New Orleans. However, tne wiles say that they believe the ' atn to 'be Robert Florin, who has nlatites in Davenport and who is claimed to have been twice aent up fc--V' tl at u J v i u r i YT rsl,t waa alao'tound. U. r : m say f-r gwra r rw of toXmrt otfUi y W U a lw s-a tiat HiH1 Ja by ftSiflavSffi rnecSvo a bearlnc' baftwa t Clelaud la police court this evau- 1 Sm 'ml' I Rock Inland Mmsi of Dm axi Mrs. D. L. blcNvy, formerlr of vthU w "o aw oi Fraaport, wui be 14-year-old Vlaugnur, mim Jaaa, which occurred teat Tburadar. 8b had been 111 for ate week -with rheumatiam and heart trouble. The funeral took dIkm RatnniM i Frocport. ; Rot. Mr. McNarr was paator of the First United Presby terian church of this cUy for number of years, and for the peat 10 years has been ta rreeport. AFTER5003I OCTOTa , On the new steamer Capitol, 8at nrdav. Jul 17. Italmr a uti mm. fortabla, breezy ride, Juat the' thing M .L . k . iw vuiw nm uay. - ueaves uaven port 2:00 p. , Rock Island I:0. Returns 7:00 p. m. Fare 75c, in cluding tax. Children 60c . GirriXG IT STRAIGHT. "Beg pardon, air, I thought you were someone else." "Oh. no; I'm all right It la you who are someone else." Boston Tranacript v It M tutttat ta ha hard world tor aigota. Thar was a Um wbaa tbay ownad the earth, but - their tana has run out It Is out of date to - ' v "Ornt up a solemn, lengthened Croaa, And damn a' partlea but your own." Sectarianism la discredited. Man decline to worship secUrian God aowudays, and they show piety as wall aa aanaa la the refuaal. The church that Inalata on a sectarian program, that magnifies tha points that separate tt from the rest of Cairiateadom. that wants to b let alone. Is likely to be let alone. It will ftnd aoUtude. and lu aoUtude will approach the loneliness of die grav. . .. Tolerance Is not uniformity. It la not whittling belief down to next to nothing. It la not handling re Ucfcm with tha pig metal process and running out all creeds In the aam mold. . God never makes two trees exactly alike. ' Why should Ha want belief flattened out until tt la featureless? What Is needed is net that people ahould believe laea. but that they may believe alike. If one'a convictions are to have driving power, they must be positive, and they must be bald tenaciously. It la positions, not negations, that the world needs. But all thla consists with toler ance. Have men never traveled to a common destination by different routes? - Surely no finite Intelll- gaaca at fruaarai to claim that h has a axtoopoly of truth, t bavja right to my belief and my neighbor has a right to his. W may rec ognise and respect each other's sta aerity without embracing each oth era creed. W can strike hands and toil to achieve a common task without surrendering our .honaat olfferaflcea. Tha dlaclplea told Joans thattbay found a man casting out devtti i to His aam. bat that because he fol lowed not them, they forbade him. Christ aaM: "For bid him not" There art too many devils to be east out for good people to divide. Get together! Today's Events . Celebration oi Orangemen's day in commemoration of the battle of the Boyne. Centenary of the birth of Thomas B. Hugar, who djsunguunea aim self in the naval service of the con The annual North Dakota stata fair is opened at Fargo today to continue through the remainder of tha weak. Veterant.of the famous Rain bow division gather today at Blrm- Inrham. Ala- for their first nation- ial convention and reunion. The attention of politicians is centered today on the Chicago con ventions of single taxers, the na tional labor party, and the commit tee of 48. which aim to combine In a third party movement. . 13 Gil HUD IKlflUUSilST CeastruetJea Work Ala Brxtuaaaa Aeeerufkg u Emplevmeat ; , Bureau Report, Smaller demands for factory and construction workera have been received at the office of tha Illinois Free Employment bureau durini the last week, according to a report " rmj w. tuncx, aupenn tendenu The decrease Is due to the fact that many of the factories are partially closed down in order to take regular annual Inventory and make needed shop repairs. The lessening In the demand for laborers for construction work has enabled vthe employment bureau to uuu-eu m mac una. There has been a steady call for farm help comlne from both thn TlllnnU nl Tn.. ; sues of the river. Such calls have oeen supplied practically In full. Demands for Jobs will be slower during the rest of this month, Mr. nines su.ua, as is usual during the hot weather. When factories again are in full awing about Aug. 1. more calls will probably be re ceived. Housemaid Shortage. There still remains a shortage of housemaids and girla for restaurant and hotel work. There are, howr aver, a surplus of typists and girls to do neutral bcuo tor Factory was better hut Out 'Of tli WUttVia '' men during the hut week, there 2T5r received and m filled, while for women there were . 7 aoattioBa m, aa .h catioaa raeclvad. and M filled. , GLA83T FIATCRZS. Of the ' "Canttnl hlonfnnar-.M. dancing- palace and the only real cafeteria on th -4n. n ad. tpuntalna, 400 lunch tables. Leaves uaranBort z:w p. nt. Rock Island 3:80 n. m. Satnnla Ini it Ri. turns 7:00 n. m. After you eat-lwys ns one or two tablets eat lik candy. IiistantlvrelieveaUeartocrn,Blold Gassy Feeling. Stops indigestion, foodsourtog,ropaattog,lMadaehesitl too many miseries caused by - Addtoxnach EATONIC U the best remedy , It takes the harmful acids and gases right out of the body and, of course, you rt well. Tens of ttousunds wonderfully benefited. Gau-antaad tn aatUf money refunded by your own drug fgiit, Cost a trifle. Please try it I NEURALGIA II tAMD AT OtaOt KT TKB II OUltAlAaXElttMnr- EDLTCNDASU ABSOLUTELT-' its uouio - quick errecr 4 T3 Don't Miss a Single Day of Profit Sharing in This Annual Store-Wide After-Inventory tlsMUtr Reductions of From 20 to 33H Every Department in the Store Contributes to This Inviting Opportunity of Lowered Prices. TT JEWELRY " 3 5 S3 All jewelry and leather goods during this sale at a discount Q Hand bags, a small lot of women's silk hand bags at a dis- 5 2X count of .. .. Ladies' pure linen hand kerchiefs, IZr hemstitched . . V. Men's pure linen hand kerchiefs, hem- AQr stitched .. . . V ; Ladies' fancy crepe handkerchiefs, hem stitched, 27 r each ... aWl 33c bleach- 39c bleach- 42c rn 1 f HOSIERY Ladies' pure thread silk hose in cordovan, beav er, gray and mouse, a $2.00 value, ei ift this sale, pair .kJ Women's mercerized hose, in black only, sub rtandards of the 59c quality, a rare M Af value, 3 pr for Children's hose in black or white, sizes 4 to 6Vfc, fine ribbed, 7Cr 39c values, pair . Men's heavy cotton sox, double sole, a very spe cial value, 3 pain for $1.00 Hope muslin (genu ine) the standard mus line for household use, none better, very spe cial, yard ... ... Indian Head, ed, 33 inches wide, yard . . Indian Head, ed, 36 inches wide, yard . . Unbleached m u s !in, good quality, this qual ity usually sells at 36c, this sale, irr yard ..... .. '.wlf 36-inch hospital gauze, per Qr yard ... .. ... Fruit of the Loom mus lin, sells regularly at 45c a yard, special, yard . . . dyi Pepperell sheeting, 36 inches wide, unbleach ed, per ?7r yard 9-4 bleached sheeting, an exceptionally good quality, 81 inches wide, well worth 98c a yard. Sale price, 7Qr- yard V. Muslin combinat ion suits, lace and embroid . ery trim, ribbon shoul der straps, $l 19 Women's patent pumps, turn sole, me- HT. ."!!.. $3.85 GLOVES Women's white silk gloves, two clasp, dou ble tip fingers, all sizes, price ... ...... 65C Women's pure silk gloves, in black, white, navy, champagne and gray; these are our $1.75 quality, priced for S.f !.. ... $1-39 One big lot ladies' neck wear, including or gandy and georgette values up to $2.50 for this sale, one Oi 1Q price, choice . . vll" LINENS 58-inch table damask, well worth $1.25, (Jg Linen weft crash towel ing, 16 inches wide, blue roller towels, ICf yard LP Heavy all pure linen toweling, the best for home or hotel 2Qn use, yard .., ... Turkish towels, 19x36, good qtTr weight.. ... 81x90 bleached sheets, made of good quality of sheeting, seam- Cry Q less, each .. . OAy Fine Umbrellas All "Rain-Shine"; umbreUts tt half price Short ends curtain nets and colored madras in lengths of from 1 to 5 yards 20 off Big Necktie Sale Regular stock and new purchase of about 15 dozen . $1.00 four-in-hands for .... 75c : $15 fonr-in-hands for 89c $10 four-in-handa for .... 98c $3.00 four-ui-hand for ....$183 Wf-.B tdr Caaiy U DraytoavwW Is none taoae mentioned for aaltr leaderakrp to auoeaaatoa to Str Rob ert u aaraaavto tha araaaaa saia Ister of finance in the Dosnlalon aabtaat, A aattve off Klngaton. Oat, be received his education in Canada and to England, and la ltM bagan hla career aa law student fn Toronto, Ho was ad' atf-toa a, sv t-r-Uvl and b Im. j r 1 1 ad aa an vf ri,k t younger rera .a I. tha DoaUaa. li Uiaav aototod ehicf of Ua r ' vl way ommuM.Are U C ! vaa af OftaaMlft audi -a that postttou natU be W istar of anaaoa. Vx aiderad one of tha torasaaatf to Canada la flsttfteitl sat" in the eoutral asv aublle uUUtlea, il ft C2err Misssa a. Crti: Cm 4i4.rirTttHTHSTi!ixi II -:V Sensational Reductions INOUR . , -- y JilfCl This is your chance to secure your complete vl? cation wardrobe at prices that enable you to save the whole cost of your trip. , A vacation without new clothes is only half a vacation, so come and take advantage of this opportunity to get a vacation wardrobe you'll have twice the fun in 1 ' ; Any Wash Skirt in Oer Entire Stock: ; OFF All regular and extra sixes choice at 20$ off ; The saaterlals tre flue, Arm, pro- shrunken gabardines. They are triauuei with dever novelty battens of Saest ejaaUty nearL ' The packets are unusual la style aad beautiful ly tailored and Inished. Hems are aetp, baits are well Ittea, abas an 9ft Clearance of Voile and Organdy Dresses . Formerly Priced $1650, $19.75, reduced to laclualng the meat recently destined fash leas la argaadles, voilat and ctntbauw. SPORT COATS Velours and Silvertones and Polos, choice of en tire stock at V SI 0.98 And $12.98 Price a7 Choice of Any Silk or Georgette Dress Beaded Georgettes Flowered Georgettes Silk Foulards Satins Taffetas Sacrificed, at ...... Choice of Any Georgette Waist in Our Entire Stock iOFF 3 (Hurrah! The Circus is coming to town. Sells-Floto tickets on sale at our new store on the busiest corner in Rock4i Island Second avenue and Seventeenth ' street. '-:t' r ' j Get your tickets any time Wednesday at 1 our store and avoid the rush at the circus grounds. Store N'o. 1 Store ?(o. 220 W. tnd St. 2nd Ave. tt 17th St, Davenport Xocs island Store No, 2 Srd tt Brady Davenport The Quality Drug Stores"