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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
FK1DAY, JUXE 14. 1907.
Grand Jury Makes Final Report,
Returning 51 More Indict
ments in Circuit Court.
MAKES TOTAL OF 104
Those Reported Today Are Suppressed
For Service Two Prisoners Plead
and Are Sentenced.
In addition to the 53 indictments al
ready returned by the grand jury in
its two partial reports to the circuit
court, the jury !n its final report maut
to Judge Graves this afternoon retu.u
ed 51 more true bills, makig a total of
104 indictments lor the term. All of
the 51 indictments returned this after
noon were suppressed until the circuit
clerk can issue the capias for each and
the warrants can be served by the
Ia Srnnlon Six Week.
The grand jury has been in session
nix weeks, beginning May 6. In th?
report to the court, the jury states that
263 witnesses were examined, and tha.
in all DC matters were investigato.l.
The number of indictments exceeds
that returned by any grand jury for
The report of the jail conimitt;."
composed of L. L. Pcarsall, W. E. Par
mentcr and I. B. Souders, states that
fail is In as cood condition as ir:s
CU Etjlo and inadequate equipment
makes possible. The committee rec
ommends better ventilation, the instil
lation of an additional bath tub, more
sleeping quarters in the main sectio:;
as well as in the juvenile and tramp
rooms, and urges the board of super
visors to take into consideration the
"absolute and imperative necessity fo'
providing additional room for the large
and increasing number of prisoner;. '
To ibe Penitentiary.
Thomas Morey, under two indict
ments for burglarizing the Tindall and
Z. McMahon saloons, plead guilty to
both charges this morning in the cir
cult court, and was sentenced to the
penitentiary at Joliet for indeterminate
terms, the second to begin at the ex
piration of the first. iMorey stole some
bar supplies from each of the saloons,
and attempted to sell them at another
Levert W. Wilson plead guilty to a
charge of obtaining money by means of
a confidence game, and was sentenced
to the reform school at I'ontiac by
Judge Graves. Wilson obtained $9.50
from the Weckel grocery on a bail
check, and attempted to pass a second
check at the Wright restaurant.
IncrrnnliiK I'lniKllneNH, nit It Mlionrr
Saturday anil NHllily tonight; Hliithtly
J. M. SIIERIKIt, I.otul Forecnatcr.
Temperature nt 7 a. in., 61 1 nt .T::tt
p. in., 77. Maximum trm pern I ii re In laxt
24 bourn, 70 minimum. Yrloclty of
wind at 7 n. in., 1 mile per hour. Stune
of miter, 7.0 feet, a fall of .1 foot.
Panamas at Lloyd's.
Straw hats at Lloyd's.
Insure with Beecher Broi.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Spring lamb at Schroeder's.
The Mill Store for straw hats.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Spring lamb at II. Treniann's Sons'.
For bus, baggage, express, call Robb's,
For buB or express, Spencer & Trefz.
Kerler & Co., carpet nnd rug cleaners.
Pineapples 5 cents each. The Mil!
Passig Bros'., as usual, will show a
When you have a birthday to
remember with a gift, to neglect
seeing our stock is to miss
a golden opportunity. Rings,
brooches, bracelets, toilette ware,
spoons, and so on conceived in
the opulent imagination of c;
complished 'artisans, and incom
parable in exquisite beauty.
And when you see them, you
will understand why we chose
them. You'll understand the dif
ference in jewelry stores.
MOT t AVI
Rock Island lu.
complete display of fresh vegetable,
Chinese lanterns at Young & M.:
Neatly dressed spring chickens a
Ripe tomatoes very reasonable at
Lots of choice dairy butter at
Complete line of fireworks at Younp,
Spring and old chickens, nicely dress
ed at Schroeder's.
Dressed spring and old chickens at
II. Treniann's Sons'.
Read Gustafson & Hayes' ad on pasje
i. It will interest you.
Girdle corsets 11 cents each Satu-
day. The Mill Store.
Climax wall paper cleaner 8 cents
Saturday at McCabe's.
Rubber tired folding go-carts $1.5
Saturday at McCabe's.
Passig Bros', carry a full line of tha-
fine Milwaukee sausage.
Meet me at the J. S. Sunday after
noon, June 1G, at 2 p. m.
Lawn kimonas, with polka dot, !
cents Saturday at McCabe's,
Fig and prune bars 10 cents a pound
again Saturday at McCabe's.
Sonnets, Milans. Macinaws and sp!ii
straw hats $1 to $5, at Lloyd's.
Nice sour pickles, small size, pel
gallon 25 cents, at Kuschmann's.
3 cents for ladies' ribbed cests, 2 t;
4 o'clock Saturday, at McCabe's.
Go to Muscatine on the steamer .1
S., Sunday, June 1C at 2:30 p. m.
Fine tucked tailor made wash belu
10 cents Saturday at McCabe's.
Let Krell & Siemon do your furnace
and tin work; 1310 Third avenue.
June 16 is the date, steamer J. S
the boat and Muscatine the place.
Beautiful fresh cut carnations 25
cents dozen Saturday at McCabe's.
(Fireworks), red fire, sky rockets,
roman candles. Young & McCombs.
Women's 12 cent fast black stock
ngs S cents Saturday at McCabe's.
You always get full value in Lewis'
Single Biuder straight 5-cent cigar.
Kxcellent business men's luncheon 31
cents from 12 to 2 at Hotel Harms.
Special for tomorrow only, fancy In
dian river pineapples S cents each, at
Save big money on your smokeless
coal by buying now from Mueller Lum
Agent's samples ladies' waists, mz'-k
31, ::;. and 38 only, 50 cents to $G.H
The Mill Store.
The entertainment at Broadway Fri
day night is given by the young ladies,
entirely. Come and see what they
Come and help boost our Sunday
school library fund Friday evening at
Broadway. You know these are boost
"The Young Ladies' Musical Club"
at Broadway Friday evening. It is the
town talk. Admission 25 cents, includ
The B. L. S. C. club song, which U
original, can lie heard Friday night at
Broadway. You can't afford to miss
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 73G Sev
enteenth street. Old phone west 5.9
The Central church wants 25 singe is
to join the chorus choir Friday evenin ;
at the church. Instructions free h
Professor Kling of Augustana college.
Afternoon excursion on the steamer
J. S., Sunday, June 1G. Leaves Rock
Island at 2:30 p. m. Returns at 9:30
p. m. Fare 50 cents. First of the sev
son. Don't miss it.
Attend the dancing party to he given
by Island City Hive, No. 870, Ladies
of the Modern Maccabees at Watch
Tower inn, Monday evening, June 17.
Bleuer's orchestra. Admission 50
cents a couple, extra lady 25 cents.
The men's meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
Sunday afternoon will be in charge of
the personal workers' class, led by
Harry Schiffer. The boys' meeting
will be addressed by Henry Voss, and
special phonographic music will be
furnished for the occasion.
The Young People's Social league of
the Central Presbyterian church will
hold a picnic supper at the Wat?h
Tower Monday evening, June 17, at 7
p. m., followed by the regular business
meeting. All members and friends
are Invited to come and bring their
lunch. In case of rain the picnic will
be held at the church.
OWE HENRY COUNTY
Auditors Find that $5,000 Has Been il
legally Kept by Stiers, Quinn
Henry county has something over
$5,000 coming from the last three sher
iffs that have served there, according
to the report of the auditors whli
have gone over the books of the office
for the last 12 years and who have
made known their finding to the sup
ervisors. The accounts of Bruce
Stiers were audited some time ago and
it was reported he had appropriate'!
f2,500 which did not belong to him.
Now it is found that the same methods
he followed were in vogue under the
administrations of E. A: Swain an
Henrv Qninn. Mr. Swain is said to
owe the county $2,700 and Mr. Quinn
$1,700. . No charge Involving the hon-
Mote these prices.
r" "- it:r:;::;:iaLaaz::1;1 , J
-everlastingly at it,
giving bigger bargains
Look at tke Blue Serge Suits, the new
CKeck Suitswortk $25.00
that we are selling for - - -
See trie Special $8.50. $10. $12.50, $13.50 and $15 Suits
Unequalled in Rock Island light and dark grays, checks and
Stripes, blues and blacks. Ask to see our Special Suit for
Odds and ends of Youths' Suits, ages 12 to 18,
worth to $10, cut to
Stripe and j;
$5 and $2.50
Underwear, Shirts and Neckwear
at popular prices.
Hundreds of light novelty
checks and stripes, new grays
and blues with Jacquard dots
and stripes; white plaited
Shirts; cool summer Shirts;
white, cream and chocolate
Shirts, with and without col
lars $1.50 y $1.
Balbnggan, pink, hlue and
ecru. . . 50c, 38c y 25c
French lisle, $1.50, $1 $ 75c
Sleeveless Undershirts and
knee length Drawers, 50c
Uuion Suits, white mesh,
li mesh $2.00
Union Suits. $ 1 .00 to $3.00
The new flowing end in blue,
wine, cadet, helio and white,
plain and polka dots; the new
2-mch Four-in-hand, cadet,
lavender, wine and blue with
11 1 . T 1
poixa dots; new ivoman bi
plaids and checks, not
50c and 25c neckwear'
25 Cents to $6.50.
The lightest, coolest, "classiest," Split Straws,
Sennets, Milaus, Jap Mackinaws and Panamas
The new Kimono Collar, Russisn and Sailor styles;
combination colors, blue, white, tan, sizes 2i up
50 Cents to $3.50.
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the iucnnihcnts have been
Iouis F. Strickland is home fro :i
I'pper Canada college at Toronto for
'Mrs. I). T. Xutt of Chicago is visit-
ins: at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al
Miss Grace Hall will arrive in the
city this evening to spend Sunday wit h
her parents Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall.
Colonel Stanhope E. Blunt is in the
east attending the commencement ex
ercises at West Point. He graduated
from that institution 33 years ago.
Mrs. A. J. Elblom, Mrs. II. Peters
Mrs. H. P. Dolan and Mrs. M. B. Bled
soe and Mrs. J. M. Wallack last eve
ning went to Clinton to attend the
union meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary
to the B. of R. T.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held on Tuesday, the 25th
day of June, 1907, in the city of Rock
Island, III., for the purpose of electing
two members of the board of education
of Rock Island school district. The
polling place for said election will be
at Frick's livery stable, 1912 Third av
enue; which election will be opened at
8 o'clock in the morning and contlnuo
open until 7 o'clock in the afternoon of
The judges and clerks of election re
siding in the first precinct of the Fourth
ward will be the judges and clerks for
Rock Island, 111., June 14. 1907.
II. C. SCIIAFFER, Mayor.
Society now.', written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
he Klarily received ;ind published. Rut
In either case the Identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
Notion Shower for Bride-Elect.
Miss Josephine Whislcr, yesterday af
ternoon at her home, 719 Twenty-second
street, entertained at a notion
shower as a courtesy for Miss Luella
Stoddard, whose marriage to Clyde
Marshall will take place next Wednes
day. Twenty vounc ladies were the
guests. One of them came dressed as !
an Armenian girl with the notions in a
prettily decorated basket which wasi
given to the bride-to-be. The home!
was beautifully decorated in the wed-1
ding colors, pink and white, pink flow-:
crs and pink and white ribbons being j
used. A course lunch was served dur- j
ing the afternoon. j
Birthday Surprise Party. Miss Edni
Beemer was pleasantly surprised lajt
evening at her home, 1430 Fourteenth
street, by a company of 25 of har
friends in honor of her 11th birthday
anniversary. Games and music wen?
the diversions of the evening, prizes in
the guessing contest fell to Miss Kath
ryn Kurth and Henry Jensen. The
hostess was presented with a beami
ful signet ring. A delicious lunch was
G. D.- Y. Cinch Club. Members of
the G. D. Y. Cinch club were entertain
ed yesterday by Mrs. K. Ktoeger. The
first prize was given to Mrs. Kroeger,
the second to Mrs. M. Thetis, the con
solation to Mrs. J. Furlong, and the
booby to Mrs. McCulloch. The hostess
received a pretty piece of Haviland
china. The next meeting of the club
will be held at the home of Mrs. Siem
sen, 50G Twenty-second street.
Entertains Cuisine Club. Mrs. W. II.
Call, at her home. 231ft Ninth avenue,
yesterday ent?rtained the Cni: ine rlu!
in the afternoon and in the evenir
the gentlemen were present for i
o'clock dinner. Covers were laid for 1.
Arsenal Golf Club Dance. The fin-t
of a series of dancing parties will be
given at the Arsenal Golf club tomor
row evening. There will be cards an i
dancing from 8 to 12 o'clock.
A Good Investment.
The greatest health reg-ilator,. i3 a
bottle of good liter taken with meali.
Cross-Country is the best obtainable.
Telephone West SO old or COKO new.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO.
A Prompt, pleasant, good remedy
for coughs and colds is Kennedy's Lax
ative Cough Syrup. It contains no
opiates and does not constipate. Chfr
dren like it- Sold by all druggists.
The Chest with a Chill in It.
THE HERRICK OR STONE WHITE
Both boxes white line, guaranteed dry cool air, no dampness.
Those massive slabs of lining
material, joined tight as an aqua
rium, are Spotless WHITE and
of SOLID STONE!
Lawn Mowers, Gasoline Stoves, Ice Cream Freezers.