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Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1913, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.twp., a fee Cep amp a raids Eye Njong 5, 191/��� 1 i it la la an they lacked twang. A Little girl who lives in a South shown through the Baldwin locomotive works. Quot what is that thins Quot she asked pointing with her Dainty parasol a that answered the guide. Engine a she. Was an up to Date Young and at once became interested. Ana Why do they Boll engines she inquired again. Quot to make the engine tender politely replied the resourceful guide. Pennsylvania punch bowl Side Flat was taken by her parents on a trip to the country where they were fortunate enough in it find a boarding place at which All the vegetables were George Fitch Speaks Here Tom few hours after they had been Laid. On additional sport new Side Wheeler joins a Hills staff baseball fiasco will Cost taxpayers 60 the second morning alter their arrival pushed her egg away. The Little girl in tasted. Quot what is the matter asked her Mother. A Why done to you eat your egg Quot Fitch arrived in the City shortly a i is fit to Moo theae eggs a the Little a today to ap8nt tic iir3t Naid. Roplis. _ there s no taste to few Hourih making the acquaintance to Al progressives plan on having a big time. What is the. Political part of. The future George Fitch proposes to Tell vote tonight at the Liniver Aliat Church. H a. A a _ 11. /.it. In fit them a re Cord Herald. Bravery. There should to Flea rewards for those who bravely smile despite their woes who being sad can still appear to wish to help to spread Good cheer. Who Hurt through errors of their own a or a proudly of a their ills alone wlm having lost their fair renown from drugging others Down a lice Ned Herald 1 found a pocketbook on the Beach a did void advertise it Quot a a yes Quot a tool my . Mrs handouts you say you Are called the a colonel a in what army have you served ? ragged Rogers iii de army of de unemployed , of local progressives. This afternoon or. Fitch was taken on an Auto tour a it of the City. At halt past five he meets the local newspaper men and others at the Montrose hotel. In the evening in the Universal lbt Church lie is going to Tell what he thinks about the political situation. He has a wide reputation As an entertainer and no one can afford to miss hearing him. Quot How shall we Sale a Quot say the goods Exchange advertise our Are Are still Muscatine county Ames picnic being planned special to the Gazette West Liberty la., aug. 5�?great plans Are being Spade for the first Muscatine county Ames picnic which will be held next Friday August amp. The picnic proper will to held at the Home of Hon. F. D. Steen West of town this to be followed by an evening or Salon at Weed Park Muscatine. Professor k. A. Kirkpatrick county crop adviser is the Man behind the movement. Besete Thi go Ehi. After Jooa. He and h. M. Kratz ahem Pei to no a is Clarence Hawkins Alveh at Long Beach cal., and comes to Cedar rap id from Denver. He is Only 19 years 0>h�.wkinb broke. Into professional baseball for the first time this season. He started with Pasadena of the Southern California league. When this league broke up the manager sold Hawkins to Denver of the Western league. The boy pitched one game against st Joe and Wolf it 4. To l there was some disagreement Denver refusing to 500 for Hawkins claiming that As the Southern league broke up the Young South pave was a Freo agent. Finally the trouble resulted in Hawk lab being released by Denver. Before moving1 to Call Forlo hawking resided in Northwestern Iowa. He kept in touch with Iowa affairs learn that Cedar rapids had a Ball club asked Bolden Hill for a Job was ordered to came Here to try out and arrived last night. Again Church league trophy won by lutheran team and d. M. Kratz attempt sunday by be amp or by having the Cedar rapids team and a number of re a a dents arrested on a charge of participating in an unlawful a Esembio. This amount is enly Jib out half what the costs would Havo been in Case the defendants had. Put on witnesses a proceeding that was made unnecessary by judge Robbins throwing the. Case out of court. K Quot while the costs will be paid by the. State. It is of course the taxpayer who Quot digs up Quot for the expense. It is an j excellent working example or the j amount of trouble and expense any one with a penchant for Reform or a making trouble can cause people who i have a record for minding their own business. The City marshal s costs wore $41.20, j which was for serving subpoenas is j suing notices court costs Etc. The a witness fees were 12, which went to the men and women subpoenaed by t Pratsi and Wolff. The county attorney of course a salary and Krats probably has some fees against Wolff i for his court work. The salary of the a attorneys for the defense will have to be paid by the baseball association. A the lutherans had everything their own Way in the championship contest with Trinity last evening on the War Riner Field shutting out the methodists 10 to d. Norris and Ringsmuth pitched for thinly and both were hit hard. Kehne officiated on the rubber for the and held his opponents tight. This Victory gives to the Duth the Sweet Young thing Wae be Rig Dean e. Stanton and professor Erans the championship of the Sun Paul Clapp of Ames will be the chief a Chou Athi Otic league series and speakers for the afternoon session. In r a a the afternoon too the county will be organized in the interest of Ames and Ames students. The picnic is for everyone and a general invitation is extended. Quick Way to Whiten arms hands and neck for eyeglasses or spectacles i heartily recommend the topic or wide Angle Lens because it allow a wider Range of Vison end More room for the eyelashes if you done to know about topic lenses come in and let me explain How much better they Ara. Than the Ordinary kind Iowa optical co. Over �23 first Avenue. J. G. Omasters manager. It is n real trial when ones neck Anil arms Are so Din coloured and one she is ashamed to 50 without Collar or Long sleeves and must taboo evening dress entirely. No woman need worry on this account if Shell treat her skin properly with Buttermilk. There s no better bleach or skin softener known which is at the same time perfectly harmless. The Best method is to cover the skirt liberally with Presol Stefl Buttermilk paste rub bins it in gently. This also costs loss to use than the liquid which is perhaps ninety per cent water allow the i paste to remain on As Long As convenient then remove with soap ass water. This is a Fine thing for freckles Brown Over red or rough skin for face As Well As for neck arms and hands. It soon makes Tho Solti soft White and Beautiful. Most druggists recommend it. It does not make the face Greasy and it also takes the place both of soaps and face . Co Leon in town intent. The Silvas trophy. Trinity gets second Piare and the reformed team third. _ Cross and Rivers matched. Bus Angeles aug. A a Len ii Cross and Joe Rivers were matched for a Leventy round bout on i Abor Day at Tho Vernon Arena. It is a part of Tho in sent plan to Havo Tho Winner of the Consa Rivers fetch feet a till dutch be c. A. Results yesterday. At Kewanee. The score _ a monmouth10902 oofro�?3 v 2 Kowanko. .00040000 Al 0 batteries Mitchell and Flegal Taylor and Andreen. At Keokuk it a a _ a. The Jec Bre. Burlington.0 2201000 0�?5 10 3 keokuk.-,4 000000 00�?4 8 3 batteries Jacob and Hals Wol Verlon and Jenkins at Muscatine the score Ottumwa. 0 1 0 11 1 0 0 0 0 0�?4 7 1 2 0001100 0 0 1�?5 17 2 Day. And Hart. A Strong a Bank organized in 1889 ii you Are thinking of a change in your Hanking connections we respectfully solicit your careful consideration of the a a Security. We offer these inducements Strong careful and experienced management courteous efficient and prompt service Large capital and surplus and a modern centrally located banking office. E. At. Scott president c. 2>. ecu ten f. C. Fisher v ice presidents Frank Filip cashier Maud w. Carpenter auditor 5 legislators of w. Virginia Are sentenced Quot a Webster Springs v7. Va., aug. J Prizan sontence3 Werro imposed on five members of the West Virginia legislature yesterday by judge ,w_.i5 o Brien in the Superior court. 1 tie legislators were convicted of Bra Heidi in con Pecilun with the election of 11 United states senator Early in ibo ear. The sentences follow Delegato s. U g. Rhode eix years. A Legata Rath Duff six years. Delegate h. F. Asbury. Six years. Senator b. A. Smith. Five years six months. Delegate Davis Hill five years in addition the five Are disqualified i or life from Heit Lens any Public office or office of Trust. Prepare to take Appeal. The sentence of the legislators came shortly after Dvir Gate David he Ibe fifth to Quot a stand trial on bribery charges was convicted yesterday afternoon. After tile sentences were imposed an arrest of judgment and stay of execution for ninety Days was allowed by the a our to permit allure yes for the a la a to make applications for appear to lha state a Prem court. Mice Tynin two months have been run mind in the trip is of these cases Ilie first of their kind in fest Virginia. There were seven legislators in listed. The five already tried having held on felony charges and the Oilve two. In Corgi it of a. Olpter and i in in eve. T. J. Smith on Misdemeanour Sharpes. Tito Trail of the inst two probably will be deferred until another term of court. Find marked Money. The Tulve convicted legislators were Orfo Stroil in a Charleston w. l Hoth Kuo in the afternoon of feb. 11 by pin Rifle Honnor Hill in the presence of Public prosecutor Townsend who with the Aid of a private detective investigated the rumours of bribery which were being circulated at that time in regard to the senatorial election. A before their arrival it is alleged they were paid by the private detective for their votes and the marked Money Wuy a found on their persons. After the arrest the five were Takeh before a Justice of the peace where they waived a preliminary hearing and were held in 5,000 Bond. On feb. 14, at a special Bess on of the grand jury they were indicted. Counter charge Falee Flat. J charges were made at Thia time by i Delegate s. U. G. Rhodes one of the a convicted legislators that col. William a Seymour Edwards one of the Candi dates for United states senator had offered bribes these charge fell Flat however 1 a when Rhodes failed to appear before a 1 j Justice of the peace it the preliminary hearing the Justice dismissing the Case after Delegato j. M. Smith named by Rhodes As the Man Edwards tried to bribe testified he had never discussed the senatorial kit Patton with col. Edwards. Stanwood mme git Story building Allens f0ot=ease the shaken into1 shoes the Standard Bern the e Edy Lor the Lect foe a Quarter _ Century 30,000 testimonials. Sold Trado hark. Everywhere 25c, Sample fikh. Address Aden s. Of mailed. Be Ray. N y the Man atm pol tiv Tel in feet rain is badly needed. Farm products suffer from drought news items of interest. A special to the Gazette Stan Wood Iowa aug. 6�?the dry weather continues unbroken in this Vicinity and Corn pasture and late potatoes Are showing injury from the drought. A improvements Are being made on main Street by a Clinent walk in front of the implement House of Davidson Nril Jackson to replace the old Board walk. H. E. Hart will make a forty foot addition to Hub garage and a e. Stone will add an Extension to his drug store. Or. And mrs. Scott Hamlton and daughters Bessie and Dorothy and mrs. A. A Caney and daughter Jeanne spent Friday at Calamus attending a Mcmilon of relatives amp to the Home of a cons in mrs. Will fierce at that place. A number of guests came out in automobiles from Clinton and a pm Enla dinner was enjoyed in the country North of town. Mrs. J. A. Strieby and daughter Helen were recent visitors at Cedar rapids. Mrs. He a notes returned to her Home at Alexis 111., Friday after an extended visit at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. S. M. Davidson on to h North Side. Miss Letha Cole of Olin visited Over sunday with Mien Audrey Hart. Mrs. Maud Ewing of Clinton is visiting at the bump of her parents or. mrs. J. H. Bal Ley to. B. Wilson resumed Home tuesday evening from an extended visit with rent Lvcas in the East. Re j. K. Quay of Pittsburgh pa., occupied the pulpit at the United presbyterian Church Sabbath at both morning and evening services. In Tho a absence of the pastor Rev. D. W. Mcculston. Alburnett items solid Oak Box dining room chairs genuine leather seats special Smulekoff a furniture store the store that paps Quot no rent 107-113-3rd ave. West alb Lii Nett in., aug by mrs. E. It. It Clelland and son Tom spent a Ruple flays last week in Cedar rap ids visit iii mrs. Joe Pavlis or. And mrs. M. E. Kemp spent Quot wednesday at Cedar rapids visiting his parents. Or. Rind mrs a e. Kemp Rev. E. R. Mcclelland and family Are enjoying a. Visit from his Mother mrs Mcclelland of Chicago. Or. And mrs. Lester Adams entertained an aunt mrs. Clara Edwards and cousins misses Nellie and Minnie Payne of Shenandoah a couple Days last Wenio. Mrs. Weisl Firel Teft wednesday evening for her Home in scandal Kan her Monr Carl Weisvogel and life accompanied her to Cedar rapids. Miss lord Bishop of Mason City spent last week Here visiting friends. Miss Bessie Stephins arrived Home saturday from Arlington s. A. Where she has been visiting her aunt. Mrs. A p. Laity and children accompanied her Here for a Short visit. Miss Mable st Ltd entertained or and mrs. C. A Baughman and family and mrs. Mary Mohler at dinner sunday in Honor of her grandma s 81st birthday. The tumbling on shirt waists on All bathing suits and on a women slow Cut shoes this is your time to Wear these summer things but its our time to Clear stocks no matter How great the loss. Our buyers Are now in new York making their fall purchases and we must make room for the carloads of goods that will arrive in the next few weeks. Four lots of shirt waists that will go like wild fire lot no. 2�?15 dozen voile and lingerie waists trimmed with lace and embroidery Worth to $3.50. Your Choice tomorrow for lot no. 1�?extremely Fine lingerie waists Worth up to $6.50. Not All sizes of each kind. Your Choice tomorrow for $2.98 lot no. 3�?lingerie? waists also voiles tissues crepes Etc., that sold Here regularly up to $2.50. Your Choice tomorrow for 79 c $1.48 lot no. A broken assortments of tailored waists and lingerie waists that we sold originally up to $1.50. Your Choice tomorrow for All women s Low Cut shoes will step Lively to the tune of these new lower prices tomorrow please Bear in mind that each and every pair of shoes in this offering is a Brand new this Summers pattern and also that every pair of Low Cut shoes in the a store is included in the Sale nothing reserved. Choice tomorrow of All ladies Low Cut shoes Worth up to $3.00, for $1.85 a pair. Including All pumps All buttoned styles All oxfords and All two strap styles in All kinds of fashionable new leathers. Arizona cantaloupes a extra Fine at an dealers Lagos Marcuso grape . A Quot v a a a Quot Quot Quot so Quot Quot Quot a notice of pro ate of will state of Iowa Zufle county Asui the District a Furt. Tyo nil whom it it of toe iii notice la hereby Given that on the 2nd Day at sept. A. P. 1913, at 9 o clock sum a an instrument purporting to be the last frill and testament of a amp w. Smith Lato of said county deceased will Cote on for hearing before Tho District court for the proof and admission of same to probate. Dated Marion Iowa aug. 4, 1913-�?�. We. Dennis. Cleft. District court Jela Daxl attorneys Choice tomorrow of All ladies Low Cut shoes Worth up to $4.00, for $2.75 a pair. This takes in everything in Dull leathers Patent leathers tans and Whites in every new and popular style of the summer. Tomorrow All ladies and children a bathing suits a a 33�s discount. A very pretty line to select from in the seasons most favored styles All grades from $1.50 to $5.00 a now reduced to $1.00 and $3.34. Great bargains in summer dresses of All kinds Cotton dress goods Silks Muslin underwear parasols silk gloves Etc. Children s fresh new pretty White dresses at v-2 Price All sizes to fit girls from 2 to 14 years of age and in the Best styles you be seen anywhere this Slimmer. Choice 6f any $1.00 dress for Choice of any $1.50 dress for Choice of any $2.00 dress for $1.00 Choice of any $4.00a dress for $2.00 Choice of any $10.00 dress for $5.00 Choice of any $15.00 dress for $7�50 50c 75c

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