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THURSDAYTHE HOCK ISITAXD AIIGUS SEPTET DJ Kit 27, 1917. ALLTRAIHMENOI STREETCARS ARI TO GET INCREAS funeral 3TAna?er If iir.fn Annfmnres Adraace of One Cent I't Hour IatSnir on Oct. 1. SUBMARINES REACH LOW WATER MARK IN HARMING BRITAIN SANK ORGANIZER HELD TO ACCOUNT ARGENTINA. GETS j Car' Thirteen Britlsn 1 merchantmen r ion ana o Were sms bv mine or f aiiffiarlnes i Harrison Sala?S In I-uncn Jajlt wji, according to L wteklj admiralty statement Usaed lift cv an il A, I.. Seeher, Former Cashier of North j port, Arretted. ti s'ir.ri during SIGHT MONTHS AHEAD OF TIKE j ' in t.-.o eg;rraa?e est Eus' er f v.-ps any t. e k btnce 1 mi; .'i ': :" it, ; i nibxarin'j warfare FRFFLE r.MIJEZZLE.MfM CIIAKGE j Defendant Fiead 't Guilty to j appreimat'e ri of ..20 and I w ) ' T. v ' . ? a . '.v 9 re is Under Bend. Contract for ITa? Scalp Fro-rid d A6- i jBpt wk. (Iltlocal Sam 'ot Iue t'utll Th week's fiaur- ! adopt: i.y th"'nr S XUi v e.K?y report c- June 1 of Next Year. h admirs! Trainraca of tho Tr:-C:tv p.a.'l-way i coapany win rc-'.ttlve an l:crfa.f -f f.r-& rr.nt D'T ht.ur on Oft 1, iinn'-unc-'- ; too.'i. Kt-n'-ra.l j. NO! ift JXbf '! fiU !i orr;pany. 'I'?. ttif" liiL-n. 'J"l an li'.ur wb. t! a ;r: r' inc ' 3a.-t KpriTii; v. f !' :. .' 1 of tf:'- oi : r ' :-i - ! r O':" -:: O v f. ; f i "I 1 J - SINN FEINER BEAD III HUNGER STRIKE osrasr.H-. lISWITGHaiAfl HURT SOON OFF TO FRONT ABOUT THE HEAD Thomas Ashe Victor hi His Threat! 't to Take Nourishment While Held a i'rfisoner. Dublin. Sept, 27. Thomas Ashe, a Sinn Fein. lafcr. died in a hospital Frank FliUebrandt has receive:! in formation, from his brother, Elmer ( B yrrt sustain Severe Lavera Hons About Ilsal fn Accident at Focal Station. J. B. FYye. switchman or. the Rock Itildebrandt, 537 Thirty-ninth street, that he is leaving Jefferson barracks at St. Louis, for Washington, D. C to go thence to France at aa eanv Hate VUi.cr Hilrfpbrandt was diaaD- noin'e.i 'because his name was so far ! Island lines, was seriouf.lv injure ! here as tho reit'l- of a hunter strike : down the list in the dratt that he had 1 an accident last r.iprht at mtdr.isht on which he had entered. I vfrn'fVon V?X I hil al work in frolU f Vm Tli!r! Ashe commanded the rebeds in thei street station. He riding taster riots at Atauourue iu i-'-tu 5r-. M.mhr. r.f tho rmists- iieermf corps. W iit'U o c v v. l o i u-ivwA - - - - -- -- - Lit itiur ;u!. I'resident Hipo'ito Frigoyets. bulary were killed. He was sentenced to penal service for life, but was re leased last June. Recently he was again sentenced to a year's imprison ment, but immediately began a hun ger strike. Dublin. Sept. !. ty m;i.)-iaj Sinn Fein party in Ireland is extend-j ing its activities and forming local j clubs throughout the country. It ft ill remains, however, rather a pervading ! OMOUCMMIM For express call William Trefa Tri-City Towel Supply coT"ar..r. I baggage car and as he stuck out h:s head to signal the engineer, hi head was bumped against a car traveling !: ihf opposite direou-ui on th .t,.r track. He was rendered tincor.a ious by the blow and two deep scalp wounds wer inflicted. Indeed it was fea red at tlrt that his skull hud bv n crushed. Fry i did not recover rotmdnuMse-s unru ii. l. Clean x owei service; pnone ; this inorninp. His conuttion i. pvj P.. I. 4476. I improved today and there is r.n Ur,i 15roa ' Pltimheff!. 2211 but that lie will recover. 1 tf hiur. onv s n't t.nt!mnl than a . pfir tf orcra-ltzation. I iWliieMl i-io.i.. r itiuiuei. 't -v. ,..v.5h nunifii. i Fourth avpmw. Phone JR. I. S4S. i loan was rushed to St. A: als are the authorized ex-i ; . . ! n-L . iv.. oh (Teak-! iiiMMSS itJM'UM I m. . tio n.is o?uy neen living in hock i -hiio Mhcr anwar to; such a, hard time at borne. Her hus- at Thirty-fourth stre Mini st a n roc ram much nearer the 1 band is a garbage man."' iar ino vidua poncnts of its purposes. "What, lias that to do with it?" Th'- '.CM' .- w rc re;::.--.- a; th::- i::. Mr. iluntoon t-.id. i,.-cr. i;.- ': rtonnai c.ot of init.g du to ta- i-r. The men are paid a;-crirciiriir to U ; ' 'i o? service, bit the a . . ,i ; . : i i:; wares will 8'fpit all cij ;-'"! f t trteirtmer., ea-f-i to ret one nt m.r per hour than i bcitiS paid. '1 ;.? Tri-( i'y Ua'Uv-ty lomparsy : i 'hf i r ,.:-r:t-n h-ii-; : -settled w a sj cab nsatter.-i "ry amicably. i her Sk th Ft t of fo-d-ing between ; . ; ; ' " cnivrn sii Itn rrri pl''yffs, ; !!- -i ?-. h u t:v prencrif -H-ugo i;i'T'.-n t-, ad v;it- " c: tho f-p.-f;!-'-! !!!:, .rMiMlil;i: '.lie 1 rd;tt n'i; !;: p- CONGRESS INQUIRY ON FUND IS IJKELY !4 i TctBl t '1 l r v 1 . ,1 . . MIii,ii, ; h liir I " ' I ; I ; f I l i I. r '. i I; 1 f - H n OTTf F- TO ( ONTK Tidii" "Mrrin: to ton tk actoks. i . ; : i.-p received :? ;-. ?n. i ;: '. ' lyhtecnrh avenue tf Td1. v 'd -a iLi.iAM m roynn'! r.--a ldn.:r roncv-mi a, rraridci man ; two ch;'drc;i. H M .' I P.'il t.? r. dr,t: and she -- : :' c i each 1; -If 1 were you I'd let it jto at :no of tdf strans-crs rt-ay ; irik'r.it t l:--"-'y'vo rn:-; roit rr.'.s Frcp?, t 11'" j o Irig-oyen is president of i free Ireland under tiie crown is auite Arrntma, the South American re- j a welcome idea, provided it does not ' which aceordinp to recent re- ! mean subjection to a British cabinet. trorts is mobilirinjr for war. Al- j This is not so very far from the home -r, -,i Jrigroyen himself is opposed ; ruie that Canada" enjoys. The great to fthtmg Germany, sentiment there I bulk of the support given at the elec-K- e-otig-for a break with the tjons to Sinn Fein candidates comes i c that it is not believed he can ! ra,,Pr from men dissatisfied with the i ev t. Iric-oyen. who is a self- j conduct of current polities sod the r-a "--in and immensely wealthy, j nei..rv restrictions of the war than ' ?d in 1910 for a term of six , t th'0 who adhere either in 3 orlneitde or practice to taethods of violence. There is a continuously hopeful feel inc that the Irish convention may turn out a good workable scheme of self-government. rw r c. Mnan-w-h' i .!: military a ;i t nor iri es of the depart-! are treating t.ne situauoa mi ut as sumption mat tiie extremists mean what they pay. They are in fact call ins the bluff. So Ions 8 3 there is the threat of another rebellion they take the threat seriously and seem deter red nd to make very clear I he hopeless- H''nder.on. ness ot repeating; toe who experience iuv- i of Flatter week, 13l?. 1 m i t e r,t oract'cai noniics.. i The Associated Press correspondent! "Can't yon understand, he is always has talked with some who are very in- ; In the dumps." Baltimore American, nuentiai in the movement to whom a j months. He rf and y;v-,, All tb. news all the t!m Tn Argu. HUAIiTH OFFICER IN D STRICT IS NAMED ri J r tern Veal;; srv, rk. has appointed t- art of Oneida. : t iK-alti officer of d ist riot , com posed Rock T 1 i. ver arshall. Woodford. i'coria. Kr Warn i 1 r- d Adams. 1 ! i. la d shti nr. The A native tree of South Arnerba, the canncnball tree, bears rund, woody fruit 'which elos-'ely reserDbfes lia?o- 1 - c A.MAMA'.M ,s s .. se r a J,- m :i m ss ir?,s. snisss? narmmg iNew STAGE OF RIVER A Specialized S homing at nf t; Fefet. Cii., 1 !'l Following was t.h-5 ft iiHlrpl rl. er at tho stations na 7 o'clock tins sioniijj;: Flood H-dgLt St. Paul 14 Red Wins 14 Reed's Landing . 1 :i La r. i .: Lan.'dnR Is I 'rairie du 'hiei. . i Dubuque IS Lc Ciaire ....... I 0 1 lave: ; , -'t Keokuk 1 .1 Hannibal : St. Louts ;:'! Memphis ::: : New Orleans . . River t .'i . : s-HBht char.fC h ii occur frcru btdm tine. J, M SHF'niEP. MeteorcbL'-Jt. All the new - t'.ie lime ..y Ar.s us. HAVE DARK HAIR ' AND LOOK YOUNG S l bus fi SI ?. "i 9i i r - 1 Vv is, . s V fc- Da; n Regular and Extra Sizes jh:. rdmo?t be Nobody Can Teli When You Darken Gray, Faded Hair with Sage Tea. y-:f v.r Gra ndmoth c r k c p t fully darkened, r !.,. y- arid attractive with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulplutr. Whenever her hair lock on that cu'.I, faded or streaked appearace, this t-ini-ple mixture was applied with Avon-ier-Jnl effect. Iy askint; at any arm--store for "Wypth's Sage an? Sulphur Compound," you will .t a large bot tle of this old-time recipe, improved by the addition of other inKredit nrs. all ready to use. for about f.o cents. This simple mixture can be depended upon to restore natural color ami beauty to tin hair. A well-known do wr. town drugpist says everybo.lv uses Wvetd's Sace and Sulphur Compound r.ow bocause it I " darkens so naturally and evenly that j nobody can tell it has been applied j a it's so easy to use. too. You stjxp.y I C dampen a como or soft brush and draw J it through your hair, taking one strand ! at a time. By tnorninc the gray hair i disappears; after another application j or two, it is restored to its natural j color and looks glossy, soft and beau- ! tiful. This preparation is a delightful J IIs toilet requisite. It is not intended for1 the cure, mitigation or prevention, of J J , disease.-u, j s From the standpoint of value these grocpt - CEjiien a sao; V. e t rongly p.---. i..; r. in th.es? bi:fs at ard $T r.O. aiming- to make them excel, iu qual-.tr and in style, ar.v other waist. that you may see offered at any aere near t.ne?o p-ic-es ' : Georgette Waists, Crepe cle Chine Waists, S ;J Plaid Taffeta Waists ' So varied are the modes, we can only p'r.e a jr. ere tAiii J" of Ftyles which portray every Ute ani correct fashion tea'- tare. Some are strictly tailored, others more fanciful wire z , lace trimming, t-mhroidered front., beading- and tucks! t . Ron- r.ec-ks or convertibi-? coR.ir effect hu" !-' st-iM- " ' '" rj Crepe cs Chine and Striped Satin WaisCs , White and f.esh crepe de caScea ats , georgette blouses in many rtylei and JERE'S something about A i- this better store? for men that we can't show in a picture; it's something you feel. Cheerfulness in Service The whole prevailing spirit In this store is cheerfulness In service. It's what we try to cultivate in this better store for men; to do for our customers willingly, not what we want, but what they tuatit. It's an in spiring policy, it goes well with the wealth of good values, it makes for happiness to you and to us. Many of our customers say so. Well be glad to show vou what we mean. a splendid assortment of unusually good quality dark blouses. Bright striped and plain shades with striped Bilk combinations. Made to harmonize with tho new suit shades. Tub Silk and Trimmed Voile Waists $1.95 and $2.95 5? y j 1-1 0 1 tVhite and striped tab ellks and dozen? of style of daintily trimmed and fashioned voile blouses. IV ash Waists for Every Day Wear $1.09 and $1.25 Tailored effects and Eicly trimmed models of pood , :r.;:-v voile, together with striped and plaid blouses of various kinds Black Waists Plenty of Extra Sizes varied as those of J Of silk acd cottcn. in selections almost as lighter hues. HIack So Net to and Lawn Waist $1.25 to $2 Black Jap Silk arsd Taffeta Waists Goora-e?:. aad Crppe Blouses tm $5 to $7.50 The First of the Series of Five Concerts to Be Held at the First Baptist Church Will Be (.hen Bv the GRETCHEN COX CONCERT CO. Friday Evening Sept. 2S At S OU lock Auspices B. Y. P. Y. Seaon Tickets Adults ?lJ"rf!, t hildren 1.00 Sfnsrle Admits ion Adults oOc f hildren 14 and Fndcr 3-V $1.95 to $5 Camisoles and Brassieres in the Waist Department Daintily trimmed crep do chine and satin corset covers In white and flesh to wear with the new light blouses. $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Well maia -perfect fitting b'-as- I" eieres in severs 1 stvW, poe of them nicely embroiderv trimmed. 25c and 50c The Bee Hive 2ndDdn; When you come to this store you'll find a big home- like room with things arranged so that you can make selections away from hurry and hustle; there's nothing to confuse you. The fixtures, cases and fur niture are plain, solid, sub stantial and useful, made to show mer chandise in perfect condition. At the right as you enter, you'll find the rest room; a place where you can read or wait for your friends. The surroundings are cheerful, comfortable. The goods that we have here are the best that money can buy. I HHP! r. J liUiiiiuuauitiiu UitiiUlthPiiUIOl Thehqys favorite lis Easiest f CBOCirWHITETTAN"0? t " t j You are invited to the opening of our new store this evenina MUSIC FLOWERS '71 -r S' VI Silt i . .. 3 ES ami me M M afiaagilllBHBBIBIBHIBB tB SI T3 22xd. HQi-riso5 Si. SRBaaSBBBHBitBBSiaRIIBIQaCL Davenport, Iowa.