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Men's Suits at prices- from m r--' b? i ml Mm fa H :m I W PPf i Pi ? for--- :.i-J BftSa kS&t L.. ' ; l'"HfM j.' gfJL, , ..'.Mj,tf Ml.MIiWI,.ll U. J IP .1 1 IIJIIHi.)ii.1B. a . 1 TTT. I TRYING TO SOLVE jPOISON MYSTERY Stranger Professed That He Drank Carbolic Acid but Showed No Symptoms. The police were again confronted Willi a very mysterious case yester day afternoon at 4:30. A men thought to be a stranger In this city, giving his name as William O'Connor, claim ed to have taken gone carbolic acid, as he was standing on the river front near the foot of Eighteenth street. O'Connor attracted the attention of people standing near by when he waved a bottle in the air and said that ! he had swallowed the poison. The police were iirraediately notified and he was taken to St. Anthony's hospi tal. Dr. Joseph DeSilva was called but the physician was unablt to detect any symptoms of the man having drank the acid. To make sure of a cure, the physician washed out O'Con nor's stomach with the pump and early last evening O'Connor left the hospital. Dr. DeSilva doubts very much that the stranger, drank the poison. The police are puzzled over the case. ' They are trying to figure out why the I man irofessed to take the -acid, and believe that he was demented. IL VIOLA J 1 L. V. Jinks and family wfnt to fL Pre-emption and spent Sunday with ?S Mr. Jinks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John -jinks. '4 J. E. Langlcy sold his farm last Tweek to M. P. Frederick, a farmer liv- U'g near Monmouth. Possession will See all the 'New Dances Demonstrated by Expert Professionals on Steamer SIDNEY Largest Danes Floor on tho River Not a Post in it. it' SATURDAY, JULY 4TH Leave Davenport Leave Rock Island iUNDAY, JULY 5TH- Davenport Kik island ....... a be given Sept. 1. Mr. Langley and family drove through by auto Sunday to Agency, Iowa, where they will spend a few days at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Thurm AVarder. Mr. Langley will look at farm land in Iowa with the prospect of buying and locating there. Mrs. G. A. Black concluded a two weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Reynolds and family. She left on" Monday for her home in New Franklin, Mo., In company with her daughter, Mrs. J. R, Reynolds, and baby daughter, who will remain at her bome for several weeks. William O'Brien of this place and Mra. Stella Donville of Green Bay, Wis., were united in marriage at Clin ton, Iowa, Saturday afternoon, June 20. Mr. O'Brien kept the marriage a secret until after it was performed, completely surprising his friends at home. The first intimation they had of it was when he arrived with his bride on Tuesday evening. A jolly crowd was not long in getting together and they gave them a rousing chari vari. Mr. O'Brien is a contractor and builder and for the present they will make their home :n Viola. Miss Alice Morris has returned from CtLampaiga, where she finished a sev en weeks' course and received her master of arts degree. A. D. Elliott returned Monday from, a business trip of several days in the tri-cities and Clinton, Iowa. Mrs. El liott visited her daughter in New Windsor while her son was absent. Dr. Walter Miles left Saturday for Harper, Kan., where he went to look after business interests and visit with relatives a few days. He returned home Wednesday. The Misses Pearl Anderson and Marie Jacobson are visiting in Joy, at the home of the former's grand mother, Mrs. John Blixt. Mrs. R. S. Riggs and daughter, Mrs. A. K Reed, and little son, Oliver, and Mrs. J. H. Crane and daughter Helen of Joy spent the day Thursday at the former's home here. Joseph Bayer went to Moline Sun- 1 O MUSCATINE . . .2:30 P. M. . .3:00 P. M. WO TRIPS . . .8:30 A. M. 9:00 A. M. 9;45 A. M. T Are You Thinking of Your Wearing Apparel for We are well prepared and invite you to come in and let us fit you out Thursday and Friday we are going- to sell any man's suit in our store for $liOO down. You can buy any ladies' suit, dress, skirt or coat for $1.00 down and you get your suit or what ever you select at the time your purchase is made no delays no red tape we do exact ly as we advertise. We have a large stock of men's an. ladies' clothing to select from and are designed to dress you correctly for the glorious Fourth of July. You mry have your choice on a payment of $1.00 and your promise to pay $1.00 per week. Every garment is guaranteed to give you the maximum of satisfaction. Do not forget that on Saturday you will celebrate and so will we. You have two days' time and until 10 o'clock Friday night to dress yourself in the latest fashions for this glorious event. Open until Friday night, 10 p.m. We also wish to add that we still have some furniture left which is of the very latest design and quality of the best. In couches, beds, mattresses, springs, dressers, rugs and all of which we will sell on a small payment down of $1.00 and $1.00 per week. If you wish to furnish one, two or three rooms we still have enough stock to do the same and make your payments the most liberal in the tri-cities. Come in and look through our stock get our prices and be convinced. POLICE SEEKING MISSING SOLDIER Relatives at Leominster, Mass., Would Have Police Learn Lo cation of Carl Progin. Do you know Carl S. Progin? The police are looking for him but as yet have not been able to learn whether or not he Is in th city. A letter received from Leominster, Mass., this morning by Chief of Po lice James Brinn, asked aid in locat ing the man. The letter was sent by George C. Keyes, a florist in the Massachusetts town, and stated that Progin, who had been in the army had not been home or communicated with his family for some years. His father, the letter stated, was killed two years ago and the family wrote to the war depart ment and learned that Progin had been sent here in August, 1913, that data being the last heard of him. day remaining until Tuesday at hii daughter's home. Mrs. Zawica Aband and two sons arrived last week from Syria to join her husband, who has made his home in this country for a numJaer Of years. One son was detained In New York, being afflicted with traechoroa. Mr. Aband and B. L. Christy went to New York Monday to make arrange ments for the boy's treatment. Announcement of the birth of a son Thursday, June 18, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kitzmiiler at Markey, Mich., has been received by relatives here. CAMBRIDGE II Mrs. Mary Ringle visited with rela tives and friends In. Osco last Wednes day. Otto Hagg and Sherman Decker were business callers In Peoria Tues day. Mrs. James Pollock left Wednesday for a visit with friends In De Kalb. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dragoo of Peoria visited last week at thejiome of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Demask and family in Cambridge. G. E. Ball of HarcouTt, Iowa, arriv ed Wednesday for a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ball and other relatives and friends in Cambridge and vicinity. Theater A. Taylor went to Milan Tuesday, where he attended a meet ing of the Epworth league of the Rock Island district. Mr. Taylor Is the re tiring president. R. M. Atwater spent last Tuesday with Jlis parents In Davenport. Ross Roberts and son Everett of Burns spent Tuesday in Peoria. C. A. Samuelson of Andover went to MoMne Wednesday, where he attended the mid-summer day cele-brathm at Prospect park by the Swedish reople of the three cities. Mr. and Mrs. John Ahl, after 'pend ing a short time with their sor-in-law and daughter. County feuperin-ndent and Mrs. X. L. Odenweller lefti Tues day tor tbr home In Moline. Mrs. du. T Boettge and children. after sp 1 weeks with her other down, T i relatives day- for 7T 1 307-309 20th St., Rock Island Mr. and Mrs. Garhard Poppy spent Tuesday in the tri-cities. C. R. Johnson spent last Tuesday in Rock Island on business. Will Floyd was a business caller in Moline Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Day and family visited Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ixickey. Mrs. Lura McCurdy and daughters, Mae and Lura, visited last week with relatives in Davenport. Medie Peterson left Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends in Mitchell and other points in South Da kota. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Mann, daughter Dorothy and son Bill, left Monday for Danville, where they will make their future home. Marjorie Baugh visited last week with relatives in Davenport. Mrs. Mary Meloy visited Tuesday with her children in Galva. Ella Record returned Monday from Bloomington, where she had been at tending normal school. Luella Evana left Monday evening for a visit with relatives and friends In Hampton and other points In Iowa. Edith Roberts left Monday for a visit with her brother, Earl Roberts and family, at Des Moines. Judge and Mrs. C. M. Turner and son, Benjamin, spent Tuesday in Peo ria. Royce Ringle returned Tuesday from a short business trip to Chicago. . Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Renstrom visited Tuesdaj with relatives and friends in Rock Island and Davenport. Mrs. Minnie Bentley s.nd son return ed Wednesday from a visit with rela tives and friends in Aurora. Helen Turner left Monday for a three-months' tour through Europe with the Beale party. Tuesday the party left Chicago for Niagara Falls, Irrigates the Blood Knocks Rheumatism A Remedy That Flushes the Blood from Head to Foot. To ppt rlil of rheumatism wqnlres that the blood be completely 11 us bed not a mer makeshift as by valts and pain killers. Tha long record of S. 8. 8. is important t know. It lias found Its way into every section of the cation. It Is the most widely used and most widely talked-of remedy there is lor ail blood troubles. And it la a known fact that rheumatism is primarily a blood trouble. It Is conceded by the closest students of tha aublect that rheumatism Is caused In (most cases by an acid cundiuon of the blood and aggravated by the remedies commonly used for relief. In other cases rheumatism Is the result of nerve deprengion ; in still others it is the effect of some vitiated blood condition, ha vine been treated wltn mercury, iodides, arbenlc, and other poison ous mineral drugs. . The recoveries cf all these types of m. rim bv tha una of 8. 8. S. is wondr7u" trlbT.t lo the n.tursl efflcacy of 7hl remarkable medicine, for it la awlml laied Ju." s naturally, jurt as speclflcally. IbH lust lis well ordained aa the moat ZiJbfe most palatable- and most readily Sted fS Do not f" to pet a bottle lJon't aeoept a .ubiitltute. Uu will ba aetonlebed at the it-eiilm. If your rheuma ttra is cf SIII-.M natural that you would the Fourth? CONTESTED CLAIMS HEARD BY REFEREE E. V. Henry, referee in bankruptcy, held a hearing yesterday afternoon in the county court room on a number of contested claims in the Black Hawk Clay Manufacturing case. J. L. Ver non, trustee, had refused to pay a number of claims until the same were passed on by the referee. The latter plans to return in about two weeks, at which time he expects to close up the Black Hawk company's affairs. thence to Toronto and Kingston, where they took the boat for a trip on the St. Lawrence river through the Thou sand Isles and Lachlne Rapids, reach ing Montreal, Canada, Thursday even ing. Saturday morning they sailed on the steamer Teutonic for Liverpool. Beulah Bradbury and her brother, Chester, are visiting at the home of their sister, Mrs. II. C. Kellogg and family. Harry McClung of Danville Is visit ins at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McClung and -other relatives and friends. The Misses Hilma and Ethel Melin of Moline, after a few days visit at the home of their cousin. Attorney C. A. Melin and Mrs. Melin, left Thursday for their home. VOTES AUTO FOR CLARK Congress Hears Mann Contrast the Speaker With Wilson. Washington, July 1. After days of parliamentary wrangling both houses ,of congress agreed yesterday to appro priate funds for automobiles for Vice President Marshall and Speaker Clark. Each will have a car costing $4,500. Republican Leader Mann, referring to Mr. Clark and the Baltimore conven tion, said: "I think we ought to give him a POLITICAL ADVERTISING. For County Treasurer. I herewith announce myself as a candidate for county treasurer, subject to the democratic primary Sept. 9. (Adv) H. C. HINRICHS. For County Superintendent. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for county superintendent of schools, subject" to the decision of the republican primaries. AdT.) MISS LOU M. HARRIS. For County Superintendent. I hearbv announce myself a candi date for nomination on the republican ticket for county superintendent of schools, subject to primaries Sept. 8. FRANK S. McCALL, Rock Island. For Sheriff. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the republican nomination for sheriff of Rock Island county. am a union man, having held a card in he Painters' union for more than 25 years. I am not allied with any party, faction or clique and If nominated and elected will promise a fair and honest administration. FRED A. SMITH, 1314 Fifth avenue. (Adv.) Rock Island. For Sheriff, If the tax payers of this county will elect me to such a responsible office as that of sheriff, I will at all has"" endeavor to uphold tt laws and dig nity of this county, ana an mo with honor to mrwn Remember, with each man's suit'we give you ABSOLUTELY FREE one of these handsome open faced Pathfinder Watches, guaranteed for one year. Not only do we guarantee the watch, but abo the clothes we sell. I guarantee the watch, but abo the clothes - v we sell. rv slight recognition of his great abilities as speaker, remembering that but for a chance he would now be president enjoying the privilege of many automo biles. "I do not wish to draw comparisons between the sp'eaker and the president, but If Champ Clark had been nominat 3d and elected president, we all would be proud of him in that position." . WINDOW EXIT FORJUDGE WITH YOUTH IN PURSUIT Edwardsvllle, 111., July 1. County Judge John F. Hlllskotter leaped through a courthouse window yester day, with 16-year-old Curtis Mackinaw, armed with. a pistol, in hot pursuit. One shot was heard by a large crowd, which took the matter as a joke. The judge disappeared through a garage on his way to safety, and young Mack inaw announced that he I ad vindicated his mother. A jury recently orderec Judge Hllls kotter to pay Mrs. Mackinaw ?1 dam ages tor remarks he had made about her. Judge Hillskotter yesterday ordered Mackinaw's father, who is county clerk, brought into court on a charge of contempt, but the youth appeared instead. Talking Machines. Willie Paw, where are all the talk ing machines made? Paw They are not made, my son. They are born. Maw You go to bed, Willie. Cincin nati Enquirer. :sv.;-itf,v.Cv.v.v.v.W;-- YOUR deposited in this bank and -lar return and at all times is un der your control. The interest, 4 per cent, is compounded semi-annually and accounts may be opened with a deposit of one dollar or more. Ve invite you to do so. . , a Make Our Bank Your Bank M11M U"W H. EL CSTJLi President. M. S. HEAQY, Vic Pres. H. B. Simmon, Caan, Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street. Xkyfryy-y..? i ii i i BRIDGE RAILING SMASHED BY 0 Fred Krueger and, Party c Friends Have Close Call in Accident at Andalusia" Fred Krueger land a party of frtends i ha.d a close caU from death earlyvejL terday, when his Ford automobile struck the railing on & bridge Just east of Andalusia. The accident happened about 3:30 In the morning as the ma chine was traveling at a lively clip. WJien on the bridge the car Jmdden- ly swerved to one side and hit W5Vi It was feared for a moment that u . would fall to the ravine below, after the railing had been knocked flown, but the force of the contact stopped the engine. Minor bruises on the headl and face were received by th mem- -bers of the party, an-ipne of tW gue6ts' : had a finger broken. MSS-kwl aid was summoned from, Edglngton and ltwas found none of the men was serlou?ft hurt. The wind shield and fer.de; were badly damaged on the -car and extensive repairs will be necessary." K. of P. Excursion. Don't forget the K. of P. moonlight excursion Thursday evening, July 2, on the G. W. Hill (Adv). MONEY will yield a prompt r 1 L J A 1 her bef 1 I hke to r"ni.:..,,;r,w.'-'rri""s.; Cta-Nat1y. lAdT.t J' A.