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aU m trrrst, tr mana. TV$ faooo fcen tall qaota t tho nt 02 c and aft former member. X3 Urmm anembsrs of tkt old this week's masting Tkoratoy renins ot the Y. M. C A. St sftloekv FWtowioa; tho dinoer the icoaU wlU adjourn to the- scoot lwoaqoortora where several new members will be-Initiated. -troof No.; I of tho Jim laotbo- wtqsMotds at tho JUHoaa VJZaf-A chares wtth their usstaainir. Cart Jtf lirtlTt M MNM C Ms troop tU froacOira aasorters art ackad to be traast at jaaicvf meeting, members of (bo troon committee -d tie scoot eXSeiftrre will bo swwat, . - , Toe ftcMr scoots of the ettjf will wtth teootoaoater Iy- t- Mi-i JtsMoaac.ttty noo tr ftMlhnrltlaa an the itmll at T:3t o'aloek. As- sistant Scoot EzacaUToXieorgo L. Booth win also Ttstt tha (Not . . Trooo No. 14 will hOU KS rego htr meetlog thto ersning at .15 of tMOO KA U will ad OHuUng bis marital JifelicU Troot Ho. wilt Met tkis eve aaet this oTOBiac at scout ' Boad Htm m V-1S o'rlnrk with their Bi mi iwwm M poira - saanv Udh . ob charges ning at the Zloa Lathem chore. ibora are. urged to ta wtth their -bew seswtnsoster. Bet bsvosht kr eiswtfe. from tlw as' aogastana col li T -r" -A I - tM fees at Stones CHm faock frlw KbvMiMt of CmUmt of Mens 1548 Oveircoats f r r i-? 0 rOB mjiiiip i .1 iTlr nun nrn 1 1 1"" Onl.t reined la IfcfBaek letend .police station. It -woe 11 'o'clock ..iooday night, oad the faint snores af i ln hoboes Is the cells tu ' elluhat broke the calsm. Then-- - Bang!.' .r., It was the ttJBlllar sound of the firing of a .11 caliber gun. l.;raen: nnsie: That was tha glass falling from .shattered window. i ' Dffrcers KJrsch and Gandram and -Might Captaia Blener grabbed their vwoapons te resist the stuck to the Oast ditch, on the aul Ttve for all their srevioua lassitude. Csutlooe- ., ly tbey looked around. The broken window wm not in ssjnt. . "Out in the court -room:" said Ktrsch. l'Come ondondnim." They cautiously reconuoltered. There ' ws no more firing and not another Mtind except those made by tne oi- , leers. v ,.A round 'of the Interior of the 'Ution was made, and then, guns , teady for Bring, the offlcrs stepped , mtslde and .gave the situation the OfliemeBadely Inatr. irpt Teeal Elsjrtsef Party At leN by Masastlne WhUky. tteTesnort mlice ' rudely inter- (rapted a community song aernes Ot the corner oi rvartn ana iwwe streets SatoMay night, arresnag Ore maudlin singers. Boy Schnpp, 22; M. Jonea, J; J. Backer. 42. and Harry Windest, M, mwmbers of a "quartet" whose la soiratloa is claimed by the police to bay been derived from a partic ularly exhilarating brand of moon shine whiaky edified the patrolmen with slightly flattened versions of popalar ditties. The odd man, P. J. Burke, 61. aat silent in bis sell ao bl vocal chords were not In good condition. Police state that toe men Drove several bottles of whisky when, they saw that interruption was im minent Two of the. singers fled precipitately, but ' were - captured after a short chase. , ., (.nee over. ' "Maybe one of the 'boes sneaked v , a gun into the cell," said one of . 'he men, and. they blanched at the , thought. 7 ' Out in the call corridor they C "found two awakened lodgers sniff ing hungrily in the general direc- tiban ot cell No. 4n which spoils Ml liquor raids are kept under lock. The odor of yeasty beer filled the air. That settled the mystery, and a glance Into the storage cell con firmed the .aroused, suspicions pf the officers. . - Tha explosive qualities of borne brew are well known perhaps ex aggerated. A half gallon of it tak en in one ot the recent raids, how ever, had Just given the lis to those who say it Isnt a rival for TNT. Too Hack Energy. The half gallon, contained in a picnic bottle. bad been working busily away for several days. Fi nally, last night, full of pep and exuberance, it had takes osje more strenuous shove against the glass walls that conuned it ad the walls had yielded. . Foam waa scattered over the oth er contents of the 'storage cell and , foam flecked the steel slats of the door. Splinters of glass littered ; the general vicinity, and not one of them was as large as a half dollar. ; With a sigh of relief the police- men put their guns away and sank bock Into their resting places. . "Anyway, the exercise waa a ' good appetizer for lunch," re marked the staid night captain as he took vp the phone receiver to ASPIRIN Say "Bayer" and Insist! answer a box call. CTAR "NUISANCE" DESISTS 0RDS3 TO LEATJ3DAVI5NPOET ? -At i Althous'h ordered to leave Dot I enport under penalty of a SO-dsy jl sentence in the Scott county Jail. Hear Klelnfeldt. knows as the city's '"greatest nuisance," attempt ed t.o secure an appeal bold Sat urday . ' ft'aillnv In find Pntloa Uslilnh Jii his office, he importuned Desk d oergeani ueorge Haiugan for per mission to stay In Davenport until today. His request was refused, and If he Is found within the mu n1.nalltv ha will ! thnj i sou cuuiueuau 10 serve uia esn j tence. ' " Klelnfeldt: has become .dis I i I. v... , j . ' , . s'j Unless yon see the juune "Bayer' on package or on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer pro duct prescribed by physicians over twenty-two years and proved sate by millions for Colds Headache Toothache lumbago Earache Rheumatism 'Henralda Pain. Pain Accept "Bayer tablets of Aspir in" only. Each -unbroken package contains 'proper directions. Handy boxes of twelve tablets cost a few cents. Druggists also sell bottles of 24 and 100. Aspirin is the .trade mark of Bayer Manufacture or Mod oaceticacidester of Salicylicacld. (Advertisement). SlOMTCHl'G n Penetrating, Antiseptic Ecae WOJ - i. Help Too. - Never mind how often you have tried and failed, you can ston burn ing, itching Ecxema quickly by an- plylng Zemojurnished by any drug' gist for 85c. Extra large bottle. $1.00. Healing begins the moment Zemo Is applied. In a short time usually every trace of Eciema, Tet ter, Pimples, Rash, Blackheads and si mil skis diseases IU bo re moved.' i. . . ., For clearing the skin and mak ing it vigorously healthy, always asp Zemo. the penetrating, antisep tic liquid. When others fail It is the one dependable treatment for skin troubles of pit kinds. Adver tisement ' ' ; ' ; ftSX US FOR All lUIIGBOOX o; i;ip;iBJiins ur, jiiu.'a. x y 1 1 (ru always cuiev ed his life waa saved by Intemar Bathing. c And after they made him well, they kept him one hundred per cent weQ and efficient for many years. ' This is not hard to believe when Physicians agree that most human ills are caused by accumulated waste in the lower Intestine and no medicine has ever been found to keep It free from these poisons. . . Dr. Tyrrell's book tells why and how this has been the means of free ing millions of progressive Amer icans from "that tired feeling" as Well as the more serious illnesses which follow, if the pernicious poi sons are not cleansed out - Simple warm water scientifically administered, will take them out fnd keep them out Aik ut today orre hook e W Mmm fif. relay y Only 60 tti&m.- Wl esf fl 7ee e r. weK SCHLEGEL'S DRUG STORE 4 ft Hi h:;d cr fODD YOU ft EEDfOR KEALtlt Fotlior JcJui's Medicine One of Richest Source of , Tnpt Nowishinont When people, especially children, ; grpw weak. Inactive aad run down. It Is almost- sure sign that they havf bean aqilng Uckteg is i vitamins. . , Those ; (amins are aeces.oo.ry to health and the are oreoen I a all mi title "W Father : John's Med - (cine. The basia ot Ba ther John's Medicine ' has always been cod liver oil tMcaHy combined with- other in STMients. . if. vi -.'- : ,. pin your ehfldren this pore food ! Isl W ' nVfltf - ,frtrt' ' il athor John's Medicine enriches if f ? fear nd .-sv.4" C II croaiao new stTe;sA 1 J ooor-y m ahfltrso ; aad keeps the heex.by, Btort (do. li'f jt tUdre,i PStber Johnl BT V seteo- BOILS arning Q yoji tht yow wood if impure. femSvsl Den't take a chaaea hH yewr blood Impur. ties vtn Ions their Sra 8. fTS. and vatchj cloei aad voas laado rich and pure,x tf. B. sed fact smtahiaofi Liwiki wsj pswss as tf. B. B. ia sosBO,, rash and otawskte pgmewit r 7i w. i - I resM. .-tw "Mftit M s. IThis heavy sheeting worth SOe per yard. f yards fl ' I Hr I I Me, s starch Or dremlac. thia la fas than the II - ' ". Il I aill price ef these geods teday; 10 , 1 !. - -U Tares to eleb it yard .,;-Ji7t II 11 - !.?? J .-V. v. wegday l',?7fU) KEV3 1BSM5 BRADY-WAXEi3ER6C0. MtWNf!, ore st SI 'of tBeerwreresats that we ate ef Hr Jtesesssy Day. If yea want ess P 1 A early ee they will go fast at plU kononiy Day Thrifty shoppers watch an wait for "Economy Day" eyv ry Tuesday. They Jcnow from experience that they "car. buy choicest dependable merchandise at real bar gain prices on thiA day. Here arp a few of the hundreds of unprecendented specials we hav prepared for this Economy -event Many others that are equally as good not advertised. Join the crowds and" get your share of these super values V .: "Steven's" All Linen Crash Towttlfaig, yard .......... 19e tedaetfoa. 18, 19 and 20-lneh width,, Wesched for unbleached, and limit 10 yards to each. ! - f y Blew&ed Table Damask, 5()q Two and twe and one-half yard lengths'' ef bleached table damask worth up to 06e per rare. Special far Economy Day. . " Best Quality Percale, lOl! ard .. . . . ...... Ll My Foil yard wide, pretty patterns on either light or dark backgroaads. Limit ef 12 yards te each. ' . Unen FinUh PiUow Tubing, "Pepperell" 4nbmg, with linen finish. 42 Inches wide and worth 5c per ysrd. Limit 10 yards to each. ' Heawv Outing FlanneL ' Vard...... Pretty patterns' ef blue, pink or tin snd a good weight for sight gowns or pajamas. Full yard wide. 17( , Economy Day Sate of Silk -Dresses Values to $ $25.00 ee Every dress in this group is a wondrous value as you will sjiee the moment you see then. Choice of paneled and draped models, with low waistlines aad flowing sleeves. Shown in -ike highly favored shades of navy blue and browa, also black, which is so extremely popular. Made of such popular fabrics as Matlasse, Can ton Crepe, Tricotine, Satia, etc.- Tbaae dresses were manufactured te sell up to U SS.O0. Women's High Grade Coats .20 Of ""v. : (Siad Ytoer) ' lliilillllisillillilllll 3a ..liiitiii $1.79 Boys' Lined Trousers, Pair . . . . . .. Borsall weel lined trousers, Beat patterns,'' Boys' Union Suits, Suit .. 89c Boys' feece-lined ribbed eves, ankle length union suitaV teat in sises 8 to Id. , - Men's Union Suits, 3UH . . . ... . - Men's hesvy weight ribbed union sleeves, sakle length. Sixes Si te 46. (kUia riMr O 95c suits, - leaf Women's Gowns, . at . . . . Women's flannelette gowns, msde weight ftannelette' and aa extra special- 98c Slip-Orer Sweaters Qg Oae Urge-group ef sample slip-over western that would sell in a ngalar way U 15.00. ltsay , popular colors. Turldsb Towels, 35c Extra large and extra heavy 22x44 -lack turkish towels, limit 6 to each customer 49c 98c Dress Gobdo,., a an .-r.-.'.-r Tiieaday we -will sell about 300 yards ef plaid and plain oelered, dress goods that sold ap to 96c per yard, at justoklf pricey - V. Women's Heavy Lisle Hose, OQr Pair ......... Women's heavy, weight mercerized lisle bast. Radmoor make, in Mack only, the 69e grade. ' . Mae Row Hair Nets, 6 for ..... . i .. .1 ...... . Made of hnmaa hair, large size, guaranteed per fect ... 25c Extraordindry Special! Mannish Tailored Coats Extra Special at $12;95 Made of double f ace Polaire Cloth with inverted pleat in back,- belted all around and with four pockets. Colors brown and tan, in sizes 16 to 44. Women and misses like these coats at $12.95. Rompers and Creepers, )9C B ... . ' .... ..I. ..... . Children's rompers and creepers, msny sad pstterns. The $1.00 grade. styles V Flannelette Sleepers, ' -Each . . . . . ... . . . ...... Children's - flannelette sleepers with feet, fln for cool nights. Regular price waa 85c. 59c $5.00 The- est. ' J. & P. CoaU' Cotton Thread, 6 for ..... . . . . . ISO yard spools, all colors snd sizes, Koh-i-nobr Snap Fasteners, Card ... .. .7, Black er white, all sisea, s 25c i 6c Rick Rack Braid, Piece V...... , All coldn, fast color, medinm width, pieces. . , .. , - i .'. 7c S-yard ). Hickory Hose Supporters, Pair ... Black or white; all sizes. 25c Chinese Work BaskeU , AQr il,ch5izo !........ Wt Nbatly trimmed with Chinese cola, riag aad caaHl, , Women's Union Suits, ' SI I t t I t I t I . I t a I I t Women's fine rtbbe4 fleece lined unioa the regular L2S grade. " fiQr suits. Boys' Combination Suits " $1.95, WsB ssade with lined cordurey treasers sad ehambray waist that are trimmed in various ways. - Shewn in the popular Oliver Twist styles. iwahj IM . - Coal Hod &ncsO Shovel "7" At 49c Tuesday, "Economy Day," we will stain place oa sale blaek japanned coal boas at 49c, with eaeh hod we will give yeu 20 inch round handle shovel, free ef e barge. K " (TaM FkMet ' ; - ' - Crepe do Chine Blouses, at ........ .......... Women's high grade crepe de chine blouses, ra many pretty coloriosa and styles. ' They sold regularly up to $7.95. " j (Sccoad Sleer) 1 A ' .. Terry Cloth, Yard , . .. Double faced and 39 inches wide. Suitable for draperies and a number of patterns te choose tram. The regular 88c quality. . S 45c 10c Water Tumblers, s .. 3 for Pressed crystal water tumblers, three styles, banded, colonial or plain. . Aluminum Round Roaster, 90 parceat pure aluminum self basting. Men's and Young' Men's Overcoats $19J2 Too wffl like these all wool' overrent that are on sale tomorrow a S19 50, not only because of their good weight but because cf the many nifty patterns we hare for your seleetion. , (Maia flaert Children's Union Suits, 5uit Chjldrea's ftstee Knee, waist style aaisn suits, . long sHwyas, aagle lengths Siaas d to 1 Cotton Blankets,., Pair v Gold Seal staple cotton blankets, size 6476, in gray er tan with blue or pink border. . $1.75 Window Shades, Each j ' . . . ..... , Oil opaque in the dark greer color, HO iorlies wide and 0 feet long, with guaranteed roller, alight imperfection in cloth. . ' - ; ' -7- Barred Curtain Scrim, Twd 30 Inches wide curtain scrim, very suitable far the bed room or kitchen. atoye Mats,. Each ........ Size 4 feet e inches by 4 feet Q inches, without borders. (Third Floert 59 c 15c 98c 89c Men'i Flannl Gowns, ; Jg Men's flaand fiwns in sizes 15 to 20. 19c Boxed Stationery, ' Bo te saesta writing aapar, euality paper. 14 eavtlotea, josd , Ajcto Strop lUor Sots, ; 70 ComBlefm iZKf ssswaai 1 1 tiiii t - ;Coaia8nf efatpsp, ayfe reaor sad 1 Wades, rtr n-fices, , x ce J-ktck atasv I 49c Children's Sport Hose, Pair . . Heavy weight mereeristd fancy ribbed sou hose, in blaek, white-or cordovan, all sizes 6 94, all first quality and an exceptional Talue. 12V3c Yard Wide Percale, Yard :.. Mill lengths (3 to 10 yards) of pesesle worth up tq 25e per yard. Qood raage of patterns te choose from.' r i -. - - $1 Bungalow Aprons ' at Made of new pattern percales. 8eeoed Floor. . f ,- 75c See. them on the Men's Dress Shirts, at . 65c A large aaeertment of shirts to choose from in the eckbaad atylee. Ton will like the-patterns Ms) tho weight ef these sairta. Sises 14 to IT. Boys' Overcoats, oft ' :- Boys' aB wool, fully liaed evereeats, specially priced KconOmy )ay. $5.95 Men's Silk Hose, Pair . ! 39c , , Blight imperfeationa that will aot impair the wearing quality. . ',rr4T:,'..;:..;..98c . Mad ot goad weight flpnnei an are trimmed with silk frogs. Two-piece suit. Dresser Scarf s Each V. Lsce edge snd embroidered ia rose and blue. 49c Woodbury'. Facial Soap, Bar rneed speciaj' for Economy Day. s fauia riser 19c 5 Dress and Work Shoes, Pair ,.,va.; 33 pairs ot jaen's dress 'and work shoes that would regularly sl p to S54aO. A clean up a! all brutenoU in sizes 0 te 11. $3.75 Men's Shirts or Drawers, 7Qf Garment ; . , :. .. . , ... . 1 ,v' Bibbed or fleece liued shirts or 'drawers, oil tiMB. Children's 7Sc Bbomen, Pair .:.., Jersey bloomers i ages to 6 osly. Limit Z ts esch. ' ' , 10c School Shoes, Pair $1.98 33S pairs ef S2J0 and 13,00 boys', snd school shoes. Special tomorrow. girhf fi o o i f s.i 4 . viae mm tnu en is ix JH to L . i A sm a. 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