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, ajrl Attorney to MNKr . i , iatomebQes, St i iatlsUnce of the state's attor- ; office has been Invoked by ; yia&s r. weicn 01 ine uunou uii mimiiT F. W. Sanennann of the kMnnann Motor company, and a Darenport man in an effort to.clear up a tangle brought about through aecepunce by them of some worth leM bonds In payment for aulomo - lilefc It is understood that the dif ficulty, which lnvolres two Musca tine men, is intended to be settled sot of court, although it is said variants have been issued for the arrest of the Iowa men. The war rauts have not been served Recently the Muscat; men esiH to this city and offoi - Rock bland lines bonds to Welch Jauer nann and the Davenporter, whose asm would not be divulged, in re tarn for automobiles owned by urn. Acting upon advice of a Rock island broker that the bonds were food, the exchange was made. Lat er when the new holders of the is ioe attempted to convert them on the New York market, they were told the bonds were cancelled one? The autmobiles have been re turned to the orgininai owners, it is stated. CONCERN TO MAKE WOMEN'S GARMENTS MAY LOCATE HERE A corset factory to employ more than one hundred women workers Is in prospect for Rock Island, if negotiations now under way be tween members of a well known concern now located at Aurora, and a committee of the Chamber of Commerce, are successfully - concluded. A suitable location has already i tun determined u Don. and if ar- 1 7 ' rsngements can be made whereby Vthe factory owners can take over A A this building for their own use, it f u s a practical certainty that they Will come uere. . Officials of the company have in restigated Rock Island as- a loca tion for their concern, and express themselves as entirely suited with Ubor. and other conditions. They state that they may erect a plant here after a period of two years, if the undertaking proves a iticress. Chamber of Commerce officials feel that the factory should be brought here, as it will add a new industry to Rock Island's commer ;dal developments, and will afford ''employment to many in a large and profitable concern. - TQczrrc.Tru::zc7 ltjzzz txzzzz 1 eo i . kw ,.L III cjt c? nm tar Extnditfew t Trnrnk XysUry Sterer BeUeved HM-jayatSaJUD. Xtrett, Wch, Jnly 2.-tJnited Preaa.) Formal request for ex- tradKlon of" Ol J. Fernandea. alias E. LeroT. alias O. J. Wood, sus pected in the New York-Detroit trunk murder, reported located at Saltillo. Mexico, will be made Omul ? Him Wa-hingtOK today, polib at toti. A Dttratt oflrar mtmA Iwrwat lor :t ton ; arrest of Far- w to appear before Qov ernor ale m j, The governor waa expected to com mnnlrata mKk Washington authori- wphbiii um to tan meaauTM to accsra the fnctttWa extradition. m A reward of from tS.OOO to 5,000 far Information leading to the ar rest and convttckm of too trunk slayer waa announced by local au thorities today... -. - Sewght iba Xexieew . Detroit. Mich, July 29. Follow ing the- elimination from their In vestigation of the trunk murder mystery ' of men detained at Law rence, Kan, and Allentown. Pa, authorities today centered their ef forts on bringing about the arrest of a man reported- at Saltillo, Mer lon 'materia Wm! h.- Bmssmj Leroy. hasbaad d Um slain jwmwi kd uaed the muaeof "O, J. Fernandex." . Detroit detectives wfll leave for Mexico as soon as headqwarters is offlciallv notinari h has been found, it was announced woay. .. .- '. Hew Angle Bared, New Yorkv July 29. A new twist waa given today to New, York's mysterious trunk murder. The po lice announced that they had dis covered a marked similarity to Che handwriting of E. Leroy, sought in connection , with the murder of his wife, whose body was found here lammed in a 'trunk shipped from Detroit .and that of the mysterious "P. P. Polverer;" who disappeared after the slaying here last August of Cecil E. Landon, an Oregon sol dier. It also was learned today that laroy to sovrkd kr Nw York county aathorkia (or vtelatfcm of a parole grantsd htaa mttsr ko to allegad to have been etisKad to Tomba yrJaoa in July, for stealing liberty bonds and Jewelry. ATTE3PT TO 11TOT . zuiiiir union , 13 chacoxd mr nsAD Charleston, W. Va July 19. In a statement mad public here to day, C. F. Keener, president of Dis trict No. 1?, united Mine Workers, charges that the report of Major T. B. Davis, on his investigation of Guy an valley coal field conditions, is designed to "discredit our or ganisation." In his report, made public yester day. Major Davis said the armed march of miners toward the Goyan Mr I L. U. ) s f)sfswisn' w-tr-ig t," Mil ttM aanrtkyi f m i -tory atop la tm nimt" - -' tweea Govwwsb ConweU , , . Tlrgtala and 0mm It- r v Kentucky to dlecredJt arv ' ixation. it iissftli.i r l v strike. In kastao chance that tne thoridea" eaaaed the Barak tJ "permittins; coal operatora t ar ate private araiea." .'"-ii J wooDMn onii mxtt. '' Cleveland Okto, Jnly M. The northern district convention of tk American Woodmen opened -day. Delegates are bare froai Ck Indiana, . niinoU, Michigan.; f Kentucky. , . ' vabot v' nilnoia State Fair. Aug, Springfield Let's go Prince Victor Napoleon and his wife, the Princess Clementine. Prince Victor Napoleon and hi s wife Clementine will Inherit A fortune of ex-Empress Eugenie, who died recently. '.During the last 60 years of her life the last empress of France was in exile; yet there remains a goodly fortune for her n ephew and niece. BAND SERENADES AT "QUIET" RITE S! LTE i SPEED COURT NEWS J ' Three automobile speeders were arraigned before Magitsrate D. J. Cleland in police court Wednesday ifternoon and tms mornmg ana Ined 15 each. Those paving pen alties were Ross Muench. H. L. Utee!) and G. W. Lawler. W. H. Lelthner tried to keep it a secret from his fellow knights, but it wasn't a success. He was married last evening at 9 o'clock to Miss Elizabeth KMul Brandon of Chicago. Though trying to be secretive and having a spe cial license issued during the eve ning, members of Allouez council. Knights of Columbus, of which the bridegroom is grand knight, learned of the plans. A serenade resulted, tendered as Mr. and Mrs. Lelthner left St. Joseph's church. Mr. Leithner is a member of the electrical . firm of Leithner and i Weisbar. ' EVER ENJOY ANY n BAMBOO? MAKES ! A "TASTY" SALAD .eating. I The tender shoots,; when six or eight inches above the ground may be eaten as a salad and are also used in other culinary ways. Another edible variety is tfie phyl lostachys henryi. Exclusively timber varieties in clude the phyllostacbys puberula (Japanese bachiku) and phyllo- stachys quilioi Japanese man drake) both of which were found to thrive in Louisiana. They are said to be adapted - for house timbers. telephone and telegraph poles and boat spars. "The four varieties are hardy and do well in Louisiana and will stand a temperature of zero, grow ing rapidly to perfection in south ern alluvial soils, said Mr. Mcll henny. "In my opinion these four species of bamboo are destined -to play an important part in southern Louisiana agriculture. DAVENPORT COPS ! FIND CAR TAKEN IN ROCK ISLAND w Automobile thieves purloined an automobile out of the yard of An drew Van Norden, 1418 Thirty-second street, Wednesday night. Mr. Van Norden did not discover the theft until 6:40 o'clock this morn ing. He telephoned the police and 20 minutes later was informed that the car had been recovered by the Davenport police, DRAWS FINE FOR STEALING MELON FROM BOX CAR H. Brondell was fined $10 on "a charge of disorderly conduct by 'Magistrate D. J. Cleland in police court this morning on complaint of G. A. Bingham and F. Benzer, pecial agents of the Rock Island lines. Egnaties Pizuto, arrested with Brondell, was dismissed. The Allegation was made that the men had stolen watermelons from a treight car. ' New Orleans. Eight years ' ago Edward A. Mclllienny of Avery Is land was commissioned by the United States bureau of plant pro duction to experiment in the grow ing of Chinese and Japanese bam boo so as to determine the best va rieties that may be grown in the south. He ia now. about to make his report to the government re garding his forests. The bamboo. Mr. Mcllhenny says, sometimes reach a height of 60 or .70 feet in three weeks. According to the experimenter, one of the most satisfactory growths have been the phyllo stachys pubescens, valuable as tim ber and particularly relished for SHOW INTEREST JN . MISSION MEETINGS The public is Showing Interest In the special week night meetings being held all this week at the Rock Island Rescue Mission, 119 Eighteenth, street. This evening there will be a musical program. followed by a talk by G. H. Sturgis of Davenport. Meetings open at 7:45 o'clock. BANKS INCREASE. WEALTH. Chicago. Thirty-two downtown banks of Chicago show an increase of 127,639,981 in value of capital stock, surplus and undivided promts over last year, according to valua tions entered by the board of as sessors. The total of these items was set down at $177,971,000. You'll Like This Corn KNIFED MAN, AND DEFIES CAPTURE. ; ON RIVER ISLAND Omaha. Neb., July 29. Fred SH--lick, fisherman, who last night wounded W. H. Vincent, another . liherman, with a knife in a quar rel over religion on an island in the Missouri river, north of Omaha, tadty was maintaining his position armed with a rifle. Vincent es , Ped by swimming to the Nebras- KAISER AND WIFE . . PRPT.TVn CTTJ A TV , nm im fcj a inn,! V OF EXILES' LIFE Bwlin. July 29. (United Press.) -Both former Kalsef Wilhelsa and is wife u-b feeling the strain of Mle and family trouble, and mem- of the once royal family say y doubt if either will Uve long. 3he kaiserln's health is so delicate, wording to advices today, that she S to be rarrinl tn th nrden iPheu she wants a breath of fresh NoT- uext there will be an i Wioan who will he governor-and wsident-elect.ior onew ho will be , wted States senator and presi-t-iect. This recalls the fact 40 years ago another distin ibtd son of the Buckeye state, ; A Garfield, was a reprenent- UVe in rnntntt ITnltMt RtatM or-elect, and president-elect. we Jonathan Canned Corn U a solid-pack no tough husks, no strings tender and delicious. Ask your dealer for the famous Jonathan Brand when you buy corn. It's guaranteed good or you get your money back. Many housewives a r e wisely buying JONATHAN Peaches at this time, buying them by the dozen cans for next winters enjoyment. .,. 3 The Store of Quality C Large Women AHkewk these Blesses are net shewn In extra stess, stfll nuuiy stylet am ia slses to 44, whieh will permit mHy kfewMi to sake a seteetlen and toke ndvutoge ef the exeeptteesU values fend ia tkls great seal. III No Return No Approvals Thaw Blew sea are artaad very tow far lausediate eteamee. HateraBy we nannst eept retaru. Every sale anut be laaj. 113 WEST SECOND STREET. DAVENPORT, IOWA, .'T'l-' uliiW Beginning Tomorrow at 8:30 X'JU 3 K Sem i-Aiinual Blouse Clearance 4000 Smart Summer Blouses Offered at Almost Half A Final C lean-Up Sale of All Summer Blouses Nets, Organdies, Georgette Crepe, Fine French Voiles 's Priced to Insure Quick Sales V.-.-c a $3.98 to $4.98 Summer Blouses, $2.98 Dressy waists of organdy or voile, many one of a kind, lace or em broidery trimmed, all sizes; were $3.98 and $4.98. Choice to clean up at Sheer organdy blouses with new collar effect, embroidered and lace trimmed, all sizes, fresh and clean; short sleeves; made to sell at $4.98; on sale at Fine voile waists with inserts of lace; cool blouses for the hot months, with collars or collarettes, regularly $3.98 value, on sale at Colored organdy tailored blouses, long or short sleeves, for wear with tailored suits, high or low neck, regular $3.98 value, at... S2.98 $2.98 $2.98' $2.98 $5.00 to $7.50 Summer Blouses, $3.98 Georgette blouses. In round neck style with button side fastenings, snow beautiful snk embroidery. Both long and short sleeved, in all the attractive summer colorings. Made to sell tor $5 to $7.50. On kale at $3.98 Lace trimmed georgette crepe waists in flesh or white; low neck and short sleeves, very good quality, all sizes, new color ideas copied OO from high priced blouses, worth $cso, at........ tN.U A French voile Blouse Is most effective with val lace trimming. There are other voiles in round neck style, some with lone and some with CO OQ short sleeves. Made to sell for $5.00 to $7.50 on sale at... v....... wOmOO Sheer organdie blouses are especially desirable for summer. Some attractive models are white with smart, colored trimmings. There are other oollarless atyles. Made to aeft for $5 to $70 on sale Saturday Many Other Style Not Deaeribed v vr r. $10 to $15 Summer Blouses, $7t.50 Very new are the Georgette blouses trimmed with inserts of real fllet l and edgings of Val lace; some overblouses to be found in this group $7 Kfl also. Made to sell for $10 to $15. On sale at P tlv Tie-on Georgette blouses of heavy quality, show silk embroidery, with I effective touches of beading now and then. This style is obtainable (TA in both white and flesh. Made to sell for $13.75. On sale at fDt .OU Other smart styles In Georgette are elaborately beaded both back and front with a touch of contrasting embroidery; in round neck, collar- IT PA less style. Made to sell for $10 to $15. On sale at leW- Tricolette overblouses in drop stitch style are made with round neck dMT CA and Georgette frills; belt back model. Made to sell at $10. On sale at Jl 0f -t. Many Other Style Not Described . $15 to $25 Summer Blouses, $9.95 Hand drawn work adds a charming touch to a Georgette crepe blouse trimmed with applique lace. A twist of two-tone ribbon at the neck A Qff is most effective. Made to sell for $19.75. On sale at. A very heavy quality Georgette crepe is a blouse embroidered in an allover pattern of chenille. It has a touch of beading also. Made to dQ Q" sell ior $19.75. On sale at "' VftUOt Circular motifs in silk embroidery trim another Georgette blouse both . back and front. There are gold threads now and then and the shine of irridescent beading. Made to sell for $25. , On sale at.... ..( A square neck blouse of Georgette crepe ia beautifully embroidered and features real filet lace trimming. It is tied with lady fair ribbon. Made to sell for $15.00. On sale at $9.95 $9.95 $7.50 to $10 Summer Blouses, $4.98 specially attractive are Georgette Blouses, made with hemstitched mila, some models are beautifully embroidered. Pretty summer col- A AO rs; made to sell for $750 to $10; on sale at - $4 Other Georgettes in this, group are made tie-on -fashion, embroidered u Tft, lroaL, u,or nelfl- bisque and white; made to aeU for i AO flM to $19; oa sale at .. Another model of good quality Georgette crepe, features an artistic beaded pattern of striking colors; found in white, flesh, and bisque; gi AO i made to sell for $7.50 to $10.00; on sale at Still another style in Georgette crepe finished around the neck with . .r-t applique lace and shows pretty light colorings. Made to sell for $10.09. J AO On sale at hU Many Other Style Not Described 2 Where Fashion Reigns C 41:. f ? T s 4'