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JlnIJ-5 -ALiGxJO AUGUST 23,
C332SClnJI28 D.1UHi?flilTFAlil association to hold a aertea .of en tertainment during the coming winter, alternating between Rock Island and Moline and also extend- In; to any of die eatslde camps that will co-operate in thj enlarged pre, ram. The officer of the association will not be ahanged until the next j president; E. B. Sellne, uv, u. d. senna. --- annual meeting, which occurs in May, lin. They are: Marx Har der, president; L. K. Eihl, vtce- and J. H. Liedtke. treaaara. ing wm oe neid from tun to mZ at the call of th iimm... "a 11 be held from tint i T ronc2A7L7mi SPOUSE'S FOLKS - rwniii, ...j:(iI3ijllf : fit josun XCm lalaag Day ? S5mw morning tb Mr (vtaa ( 1 ti-Joalln fair ground will b ( wa oven to tba public and the 1 4 ' jnmiul : Rock Uland county ( 't will officially begin. iT gay to referred for the mskv I Id (atria and tha arrangement 1 exhibit bat the aecretary' office f Vt-lfe zbiblUon ball will be 1 No malar program 1 aehed t, 4U JMwrr, and there will bno ( "4aJoB charge. Wadnaadar and Friday haf 'ta 'declared Republican dayi by 1 lord C Thompson, president of th : f ilr, and bads attempting to aecnra Corarnor Frank O. Lowden aa the tpeaker for th Wedneaday pro gram and William Hale Thompson, laajor of Chicago, for the Friday Wlebration. Thuraday will be democratic day and it is hoped that Senator J. Hamilton Lewis will be able to appear tor an ad eVaaa; . - -. :' . ' ": : Hare Batik Island Day. : On Wednesday, Rock Island day, the program will be begun with a band concert at 9 o'clock. Follow ing this there will be an exhibition in the ring and judging of swine, beep: and goats. In addition to this, poultry, farm products, school work and other exhibitions will be firen awards. ' At 11 o'clock a con cert will be giren by a Rock Island tand and the program of speeches it scheduled, at which time it is hoped that Governor Frank O. Low den will be able to appear. In the afternoon horse races will be the big attraction. East Moline day will be Thursday and on Friday Mollners will have their special day. Saturday, the closing day. will be devoted to a special program of amateur rac .. Ing and athletic events. Following are the officers of the fair;' Floyd E. Thompson, Rock Is land, president; Ambrose Searl, Hillsdale, vice president; Homer A. Dailey, Hillsdale, secretary; Henry I. Setter, East Moline, treasurer; Homer A. Palmer, Hillsdale, gen ral superintendent Kaee Eatriea Heavy. - All but two of the races for the Rock Island county fair have heavy entries and the officers are certain these two races will be filled be fore they are called. The rules re Quire that there must be five en tries before a race is filled. The t;12 pace and the 2:14 trot had less than this number of entries when entries closed Thursday nlgnt, so they have .been reopened and the entries cannot be published until they are again closed. : The following are the entries in ' ui seven races now ' closed : their owners: - S25 Trot, TUa! Purse 1320. , Driolo, H. K Micrs, Aledo, 111.; Native Conqueror, Cob Peterson, Mollne, 111.; Todd Deventure, Paul Bnlder, Carrollton, 111.; Paxton, J. T. Williams, Sterling, 111.; Exester, William Wei, Dixon, HI.; Lo, T. 8. Good all, Beloit, Wis.;. Donna Mae, Omar Amundson, Beloit, Wis. 8:15 Pace, Total Purse, I3S0. Lady Electric, O. W. Hawkins, Princeton, 111.; Palm Bearer, T. B. Goodall, Beloit. Wis.; Pat T, Frank Curry, Milan, 111.; Miss Pansy, W. F. Pansenhagen, Davenport; Sally, Mate. Curie. arte, It is reported that Mme. Cu: who discovered radium, contem plates settling In the United States, where she will have greater oppor tunities for carrying on her experi ments. One of Mme. Curie's most recent discoveries concerns the employment of gas obtained from radium in substitution for the ac tual radium itself. W. A. Black Wain, Minneapolis, Minn.; Delia, E. Verlegle, Moline; Silver Patch, W. G. Engle, Oska loosa, Iowa; Frezno, Dr. Eliings worth. East Moline. 2:25 Pace, Total Pane, $320. Booze, Frank Curry, Milan; Gypsy Belle, R. A. Dash, Viola; Prince Dell, Ward Crum, Morrison, 111.; Florence G., Johnson & H. H. Palmer, Hillsdale; Nellie Be Sure, W. G. Engle, Oskaloosa, Iowa; Charlie O, P. W. Johnson, Morri son, 111.; Ding Hal, Mrs. John Kirk, Kirkland, I1L 2:17 Trot, Total Purse, $350. Janos, C. J. Grubb, Galesburg, 111. ; Jauntfast, Omer Amundson, Beloit, Wis.; Lady Witt, William Snider, Carrollton, 111.; Ego Grattan, T. B. Goodall, Beloit, Wis.; The Expo nent, John F. Parks, La Grange, 111. Free for all Pace, Total Purse, $410. Lady Electric, G. W. Hawkins, Princeton, 111.; Bonita C, William Snider, Carrollton, 111.; Banquet, W. W. Warnock, Aledo, 111.; Silver Patch, W. G. Engle, Oskaloosa, Iowa; Palm Bearer, T. B. Goodall, Beloit, Wis.; Bourbon Forbes, Guy G. Jacobs, Sterling, 111. 2:20 Trot, Ttal Parse, $330. Donna Mac, Omer Amundson, Beloit, Wis.; Ginger Snap, Swan son & Craig, Galesburg, 111.; Baron and Alto, Stanley Potter, Durant, 111.; lost r ado Mac,- H. r. Mler, Aledo; The Exponent, John F. Parks, La- Grange, 111. Exester, William Wies, Dixon, 111.; Ego Grattan, T. B. Goodall. Beloit. Wis.; Lo, T. B. Goodall, Beloit, Wis. 2:19 Pace, Total Purse, $320. Pat T, Frank Curry, Milan; Miss Pansy, William F. Panzenhagen, Davenport; Bonita C, William Sni der, Carrollton, 111.; Gypsy Belle. R, A. Dash, IVola; Nellie Be Sure, w. o. Engle, Oskaloosa, Iowa: Billy Sundy; Paul Peterson, Morri son, I1L; Ding Hall, Mrs. John Kirk, Kirkland, 111. Atteadaiee Tetals 11S6S for Week at Jtareapert EzpoaiUoa fto. 1 1HCTI Flea ed with Showing. With a total attendance of 115. 22 for the week, the Mississippi Valley Fair and Exposition in Dav enport came to a close Saturday night. The lowest attendance of the four big day of the week was on Friday, the only rainy day, when 11,011 paid admissions were registered. The greatest attend ance was on Thursday, Davenport day, when a total of 61,539 passed through the gates. In every way the fair was a fi nancial success, according to the promoters. Saturday night they is sued a statement of thanks to the many individuals who contributed to th success of the great under taking, i The closing day's program pro duced more thrills than any pre ceding day of the entire week. Ethel Dare, aviatrix.i contributed her share and the game of auto polo, new to thousands packed in the amphitheatre and grounds ad jacent to the track, added a few on the side. Jumps From Plane. Miss Dare's performance Satur day was booked at the last minute when "Tex" McLeCughlin, heralded as an extra attraction for the clos ing day, failed to appear. The girl's aerial acrobatic stunts Sat urday outrivaled her performances on both Thursday and Friday. In addition to changing planes at an altitude of 1.000 feet, she added new stunt in the line of dropping off the wing of the plane. A rope, attached to the plane and fastened to her waist although hidden from the eyes of the crowd, checked the drop and averted what, to most of those who gasped, seemed the mak ing of a tragedy. Dismantling; Fair. The task of dismantling tie big exposition started late Saturday when exhibitors began packing up and moving out. The work will not be completed before the middle of the week. In the livestock division the exodus started late Friday when breeders, intending to exhibit at the state fair at Des Moines this week, moved their stock to the rail way terminals late Friday and early Saturday. Following are the men directly responsible for the success of the undertaking: President M. H. Calderwood. Vice president P. F. McCarthy. Secretary M. E. Bacon. Treasurer Peter N. Jacobsen. Directors P. F. McCarthy, Lee Dougherty, P. N. Jacobsen. Wil liam H. Voss, Howard W. Power, Dave Neustadt, Rudolph Koch, S. Yocum, M. H. Calderwood, A. Arp, H. B. Moorhead, Adolph Moeller. Walter Martin wa fined $36 by Magistrate D. J. Cleland in police court this morning on a charge of assault and battery and for carry ing concealed weapon. The charge was preferred by hi wife, Rose Martin. The Martina live In the extreme west end of the citv. and the husband was alleged to have struck his wife in a quarrel Sunday afternoon, made thing unpleasant for hi mother-in-law and drew a gun. on his wife uncle, according to the police. , WOODMEN PICNIC DEFICIT COV BY OLD BALANCE SKETJ When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to : health ot purse! they - naturally drink Instant fmwn 'There's a Reason WAITING FOR OS - i NE'ER WILL HURT YOU WE THINK. PROMPTNESS ISA .B,aSB. m aBB iT- VIRTUE n - West End Storage Co. (Not Incorporated) MERCHANDISE & AUTO STORAGE X. F. KALST0X, Mgr. 429 Second Street, Rock Island Phote B. L 184 LUMB1N& lEING on time la one of the original virtues. Our plumbing is prompt and perfect. Our supplies are of a superior character. Our prices are quite modest and our patron ' are always pleased and our phone num ber is R. L 849. Jos. Roseield nuking and Heating 2211 Fourth Ave, City (StvNl law -wia i muh 1 1 - Jf l Hutrr am. wi, in I ithumm otrrcfi bczuul I rtjT-ry inowoiit1tteT3 I j" M 9 has el wNi 1 I .1 ALL-DAT EXCUESIOS To Clinton. Steamer G. W. Hill. Auspices L. O. 0. M. No. 235. Boat leaves Rock Island at 8:30 a .m. Boat leaves Moline at 9:30 a. m. Saturday, Aug. 28. SO and 25 cents. The joint committee having in charge the recent Modern Wood men and Royal Neighbors picnic at Long View park met at the Mod ern ,Woodmen head office last Fri day evening and balanced up ac counts. So far as it was possible to audit the receipts and expendi tures, the deficiency to be made up after paying all bills is approxi mately only $75 and owing to the balance in the treasury after de fraying the expenses of the county outing a year ago, there are plenty of funds to discharge all obliga tions without levying an assess ment on any of the participating camps. Reports showed that the expenses of this year's picnic tot aled about $940, while the receipts were 1866. Action was taken changing the name of the Boosters' Picnic asso ciation to the Rock Island County Modern Woodmen and Royal Neigh bors Booster association, thus in suring continued co-operative ef fort between the members of both societies as regards future activi ties in Rock Island county. It is one of the plans of the reorganized Tr Apirln.witlk p a Xsdcxtlv X Stops Headaches Relieves the pain. Removes the cans 24XaUets25cts. -At Your Dra.qqistS' Mew AiuitaMini Sit vies lb Suits for Women and Misses Paris-Inspired Models of Special Fashion .Importance Very Special Introductory Prices $55-$67.50-$75 Distinction and originality of design are featured in the new Autumn Suits, which are shown in a choice of soft surfaced fabrics, including Veldyne, Marvella, Duvet de Laine, Chamoisine, Vel de Cygne, Cashmere, Duvetyne, Canuck Checks and Tricotine, in a selection of colorful tones. The models comprise smart ripple, Russian blouse, Eton and panel-back effects, rich fur trimmed, or elaborated with buttons, cordings and braid. Specialized Feature Fall Suits In smart new styles in the latest models fashioned of fine fall fabrics $39.95 and $45 Wayne Knit Hosiery 10 Discount ROCK ISLAND Special! $15 to $18 Low Shoes at $7.95 if I Use Howard's Buttermilk Cream and So Should You UftOBTw onto irroax. apl . rani m m m mmEvv; EUBALGIA AT BY TIB 1 This good looking young woman says: Buttermilk and Cream sim ple remedies best keep face, hands and arm la exquisite condi tion, aott, amooth and beantlful at wre you gat L9WA0V BCmKDLafeUAX just Quality and Goodness 30! a box s Akia - Schwenker Co, August Sale Shoes Schutter's Candy is packed without gold strings and fancy boxes. Everything goes into the candy the very finest quality that money can buy. It is made out of absolutely pure ingredients the kind of candy you can give your children and your guests. You get an amazingly large amount for only 30 cents! Imagine that! The best candy, triple-sealed to keep all the freshness and goodness in for only 30 cents a box! Isn't that the real bargain? Doesn't it beat having loose candy scooped up in bags or paying for an expensive box? You bet your life it does! Ask for Schutter's sold everywhere. The name is pronounced "shutters" same as on a window. It stands for the biggest and best 30 cents' worth of candy you ever saw. (Pronounced ahuttert) PPL HP CHUTTOrs ASSORTED CHOCOLATES n man popsiar navan. jut fairly ncala yau eaoa appattta. SCHUTTER'S CHOCOLATE DROP3 Kioa, awaac ebaealalaa with daKeiaaa t w'aa craam eaotara. scHirrmrs ksd orance nm Good, aid CaaMonad JalUaa wtib a saui-miai km aaatsnc. SCHUTTDrS LEMON DROPS DaRditM rapawltha.fraaB,NalaBMatart flavor. scMtrrnn-s after oiMin mints Tha (Ina-twdlad atod at hat nail la SCHUTTER'S CHERRIES IN CREAM Cheeoiata datettaa with whala aharry SaiUTTEmmurrjIUjES-Antfraw SXHUTTIirSPUDCE-n.th.har tavanta Bavara. aaw mada :Th tripla mmml V ep tilth I go. SCHUTTER'S JELLY BEAMS-aVarr-bady'a aid faorita )n a Uttla battar than Tom erar taatad. goodaeaa in" scHurrnrs French burnt pea- nwia ina vaaa. om klad that daBlaaaa. SCHUTTER'S SILVER CLOUD MAR9HMALLOWS Tha ariatoerat of tha aanhmaUow faaatlr. OaOr mmn kaa. SCHUTTER-JOHNSON CANDY COMPANY ara rail I limit THESE COME IN ALL BROWN AND BLACK WITH LOW HEELS-BROWN WITH CLOTH TOPS AND LOW HEELS AND BLACK WITH LOUIS HEELS. ALL GOODYEAR SEW ED. EXTRA VALUE. THAT AT FIVE-EIGHTY-FIVE WE ARE CLEANING UP ALL BROKEN LINES OF WHITE, BLACK AND BROWN TIES FORMERLY SOLD UP TO TEN DOLLARS. OTHER LOTS AT $2.95, $3.95, $4.95 AND $7.95. WONDER FULLY GOOD VALUES. MISSES AND CHIL DREN'S HIGH AND LOW SHOES. 7s AT EACH OF OUR THREE STORES a-- av iui a kri 1UUJ W DAVENPORT.. MOUNESS ROCK ISLAND. 112 W. 2d St 412 15th St ISO 7 2d Ave. 4 a 1 , CHICAGO, HXi "M""-ajia,aWa,wawjaaaawMa.wwMdT I ale' Drug Stan.