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TEIE. KOC-K -HSL,ANID ARGUS
SATURDAY. AfcRIL, 11. 1908.
DIESi OF INJURIES
W. F. Doyle, Inmate of Watr
tbwrf Hosoital, is Fatally Hurt:
in a Fall From a Wagon. "
tr'ain frightened horses
Victim of Accident Had Been at Asy
lum' Eight Years, and Had En
. " Joyed" .Unusual Liberty.
W. F.. Doyle, an inmate of the Wa
tertown hospital, file- this morning
from Injuries,- received- from being
thrown out of the wagon which he was
driving near, the tracks of the Burling:
ton railroad two days ago. Mr, Doyle
had been1 an inmate of the institution
for eight years, and almost the whole
of that time be bad been given more
than ordinary freedom. He was in the
habit of doing considerable work about
the institution. ,
'.. ' Injnrrd Thursday,
larceny B - bailee .preferred .. against,
him by Jonathan Gaunt of Reynolds.
Mr. Culver explained the transaction
on which Mr. Gaunt based, his case, as
an . ordinary board of trade, deal;, and
Btatd that Mr. Gaunt failed to post
required margins, on. , his".' speculations,
and his holdings were closed outi, .,, -1
Harvey Reed, they negro accused pi
larceny,' was held to the grand jury
under $500 bond for Jthe thfef t'of. jcloth
Ipg from' his boarding place, 1720
. Buy a home of Reidy. Bros,
Jones for second hand goods. -'.
Tri-Clty . .Towel Supply company. ;
Cheapest wall paper.at McCabe's. . -'
. For bus or express, Spencer & TrefaL
Kerler & Co. clean carpets and rugs.
.-. Potatoes only CO cents per bushel at
SeJIe Bros. . ' -! . "1 "
-Ladies' 12 and 16 button kid "gloves
?1.95 a pair at McCabe's. .
Sell me your household goods.
Jones, second hand and loans. " . ' .
Let Krell & Slcmon do your furnace
and tin work; 1316 Third avenue.
Need any carpenter work? Call on
Thursday morning he was , driving
his team along the road near the I Bergeson, 1615 Fourteenth" street Old
tracks, when a Burlington switch en-1 phone,
glne which was passing Irlgntenea tne Easter ducks, chicks, rabbits, lots
horses. They, started suddenly, jerk-J0f them, priced low and selling fast at
Ing the wagon and throwing the driver I McCabe's.
out. lie was iouna unconscious aooui . Tvot lnn, Ki, im!r9n ,a,iv
8:30 and was immediately taken to I
the hospital, where he died today.
'. Coroner L.. V. Eckhart conducted an
Inquest. this morning at the hospital,
the Jury returning a verdict in accord
ance with the facts stated. .
Home at Spring; Valley.
Mr. Doyle is survived by his wife
and a son and a daughter at Spring
Valley, and the remains will be taken
there for burial today. ;
Fair tonight aatf Sundays nirmtr
Sunday, . -
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
corset, starts Monday for $1 " each at
McCabe's. r '
It's spring at McCabe's. See the
new costumes, hats and shoes for
A son was born this afternoon to
Mr.- and Mrs. William' Baumann of
South Rock Island. ' ""'. ' ;
Hurry up for your Easter cards and
booklets". ' You'll buy quick when you
see the assortment at McCabe's.
Mrs. Rose Wilson, practical nurse,
has removed her residence from East
Moline to 2013 Fifth avenue, Rock
Island. . " ' .
Dr. Joseph DeSilva has removed his
office from the Bengston building to
rooms. 206 and 207 Safety building.
The new sterling .silver Easter
Students of . Elocution, Depart
) merit ofjAugustana to Ap
oear fn Joint Recital
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WITH? THE COMSERVATOH!
Presentation of , TrjaT Scene from fflet
' chant of Venice Will $e One .:
of the Feature. y-
Temperature' at 7 a. in., 38; at 3i30
. m- SO. Maximum temperature In last
24 bourn, 7t minimum, 37. . Velocity of I novelties at McCabe's jewelry store
wind at 7 a. m la miles per hoar, stage creating a very pleasant sensa-
of ntrr, 3. (eet no change In laat 24
hours. . Precipitation, none. '
April 11 fin" History.
1794 Edr.ard Everett, American ora
tor and statesman, born; died 1S03.
1814 Xapoleon nt Fontainebleau signed
iue uvt gi auaicauoa.
1884 Charles Reade. English novelist,
died; born 1814.
1809 Proclamation by President Me
Klnley announcing the restoration
of peace with Spain. . . .. v . . .
1902 General Wade Hampton, distin
guished Confederate cavalry oflleer,
, died at Columbia, S. C.; .born 1818.
ASTRONOMICAL, EVENTS: '
Tonight and. Tomorrow Morning.
'' 8un sets 6:31, rises 5-22; moon sets
8:51 a. m.; sun's. declination, 8.5 de
grees north or celestial equator.
It's not only a shoe sale, but a style
show as well all next week at Mc
Cabe's and double trading stamps free
to all shoe .buyers.
Parties desiring to engage the danc
ing, hall at Black Hawk Inn-for : par
ties, may do so now, by phoning 538;
or 5484 or west 430.
See A L. Bruner for piano tuning.
regulating, voicing and repairing. All
work guaranteed. 425 ' Nineteenth
street. New phone 5291.
Court of Honor 855 will hold a card
party and dance Thursday evening,
April 16, at Beselin's hall. Admission,
Iff cents. Schieberl's orchestra.
. The remains of Mrs. ' Mary Price,
colored, formerly of this city, will be
brought here today to the home of her
father, John Travis, 422 Eighth street.
Mrs. Price ;was about 45 years old and
V- The students of the elocution dt
partment ' of Augus tana college wil
make their' annual - appearance Mon
day evening In Joint recital with tji
students ; of the comjervatory. ' . Thf
feature of the program :wlll be a pres
entation l-of. the triai scene from "Thi
Merchant pf -Venice." The elocutloi
students have been working on thit
scene for several months under thi
direction; of MJ6& lva,Pearce, teachei
oelocution, and will undoubtedly pre
sent 'a creditable performance; Thi.
recital wllj be given in the - colleg!
auditorium and' uo admission will , b(
charged. " !.
The program 'in full folloWs: :
Piano solo ............... . Hollaende
" Mabel Abrahamson.
"A Knight of Today!. Stansbur
Cora Tlegreen.- . . ...
Vocal -. , ":
a) "Kashmiri Song"Woolforde-Flnd
(b) "Till I Wake'V.Woolforde-Flnde,
, . ; , Ullie Cervln. . '
" An . Easter Symbol". Stuat
Ethel p: West.
.Mls' Perkins Supper". ....... .Wad
- Minnie Lludahl., ,-t .
"Symphonic-Concerts No. 4"..Dancl
Ethel Wade, Harry Behrens.
"The Merchant of Venice"....::...
Act, IV. Scene I Venice, a Court c
' " " JUStlce. r
Duke of Venice. , t .. ..C G. Londbei
Antonio, the Merchant of Venice. .
' W. X. Magnusc
Bassanlo, his friend. George H. Ryde
Solanio, frlond to Antonio and Bas-
sanlo.-. . . i. . .R. A. Jacobso
Gratlano, friend to Antonio and
' Bassanlo, V. .'. ...... .C. A.: Abe:
Shvlock. a rJew J. T. Helin'
Pof tla,- a rich . heiress . . Ethel P. Wei
Nerissa, her companion .......... .
......4...:... ...... Minnie Lindal
P. R. . Ekbla
PROPER UNDER THE RULES Sl1 .!Z',
C. Culuan r.nu;.. 4ii .-.... I The Davennort Nuraprv rnmnsnu
f Speculation Deal, Purely. I offers for spring planting a large and
J. C. Culver, former broker at Rey- complete assortment of fruit trees,
nolds, and more recently operating at 1 vines,-' hardy flowering shrubs, roses,
Burlington, was released yesterday byletc'',Our prices are Tight and stock
Magistrate Elliott on the Charge of Jguaranteed true to name. Phone 1046-T,
or send postal, and our city salesman
"Grand Chorus" . .
i ; - Agne& Johnson. .
. Sobietlea Rntertala. : -
Interesting programs were rendere
before ', the PhrenOkosmian and AdeV
phic literary societies of AugustaB
college last night. -The Apollo Musics
club entertained the former societ
by rendering a program of a "highl
classical nature. The program befor
the Adelphic was furnished by 1
girls known as the "Anderson girls,
so-called because of the fact that the,
all belong to the same boardin
"club." " The coeds gave a very intei
esting account of . their "table talks,
and other -experiences. " , Their descrlr
tion. of the'-commotion created by thi
occasional' visit of a man to their din J
ing ball was very humorous and pro
duced much merriment.
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IN. FORD COUNTY, ILL
TO CORRECT ANY AD
LET ' US STATE THAT
OUR REMOVAL SALE
WILL NOT IN ANY
WAY AFFECT OUR RE
PAIR BUSINESS. YOUR
WORK IS ALWAYS
JUST AS. SAFE HERE
AS YOUR FAITH.
Resolutions Indorse Bryan for Presi
dent Opposed to Sullivan as '
FIRST TO PUT WIRE
UESSAGE IN TYPE
Leander Chrlfield, . Who . Worked oi
Baltimore Paper When Morse Test
ed Telegraph, Dead.
H.& G. LOHSE
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: ;. JOBBING A Sl-teCIALTV. .
Plans and Estimate Furnished.
H. A. LOHSE-1317 Twenty
fifth street. ' Old phone 773-.
GITS LOHSE 906 Seventh av
enue. Old phone 75C-Y. -
Paxton. III., April 11. The Ford
county democratic county central com
mittee met here yesterday and se
lected as delegate' to the - state con
vention Dr. F. B. Lovell, J. H. Snell
Ing, L. D. Jackson, C.S. Schneider,
August Koellne. ' .
Resoluticns were, adopted indorsing
Bryan for president and instructing
I delegates to ' the state . convention to
vote only tor delegates to the na
tional convention V'ho are heartily in
lavor or nis nomination and will sup
port him with their vote and Influence
I at the election in November." '
Delegates from this county will be
I opposed to Roger Sullivan as national
committeeman and the selection of a
new man' not now actively identified
with either of the two factions, who
I can bring harmony and success to the
party in - the coming campaign. As
such a man the committee suzeest
Samuel Alschuler. - ? x 7- ;
Kankakee for Bryan. r"
Kankakee.. 111.. April .ll.Delegatea
to the state convention chosen by the
Kankakee, democratic county central
committee-yesterday afternoon were
instructed to vote Jirst, lasL and all
the time -for William Jennings Bryan
as a candidate for president.;-
The . instructions were incorporated
in a resolation introduced ; by J. Jack
son, x-chief of police of .this city and
a former resident of Nebraska, who
enjoys the distinction-' .of. being the
original Bryan man in Kankakee. No
one "was indorsed for national' com
mltteeman and the delegates would
not express a choice.
The . delegates are: Tormer . Mayor
,. Henry . Beckman. A. S. Andeck, F. J.
Burns, A. E. Smith and B W. Alplner
of Kankakee ; W. W. ' Parish, Mo
mence; Michael Lee, Clarke .. City;
James Qulgley, Rockvllle. . :
Hlllsboro, lnd., April 11. Leandc
Chrifleld, who was the first to put ii
type Samuel Morse's telegram, "Wha
hath God wrought?" when It was sen
to Baltimore on the first official trla
of the telegraph, died here yesterday
At the time he was a compositor in ;
Baltimore office. Chrifleld spent hi.
last years on a farm near here. .
Actress Weds Medicine Maker;
New York, " April 11- Mrs. ; Paulin
Mctzger, an iqtress : of Altoona. Pa,
was married in .'.oes parlors of ttt
Waldorf-Astoria yesterday, to Dr. ?J.
Munyon, the Philadelphia millionalr
patent medicineman. 7 ,T,
ELECTION MISTAKE IS F0UML
Peoria Supposed It , Was Voting op
Civil Service, But Did Not.
Peoria, III., April 11. The cjty, hall
u in' aq uproar over a .ludicrous mis
take which was discovered yesterda;
showing': that civil ."service C In tended
as an issue, at the -city election. las
Tuesday was . hot; placed on . the . pal
lots. -i Tne advocates, of civil service
for . the " police .and fire - departments
made whirlwind campaign during
tho inonth preceding the election, but
were,' defeated .by . a, narrow, margin
At least that was the conclusion
reached' after counting the votes. '
- . Yesterday it was discovered that
instead of , placing the, civil service
question on . the ballots the election
officers provided for ;"a . vote "-on ." or
ganizing a Are and police commission
which the city . already has. ;
- The error was unearthed by . Repre-.
sentatiye W. G. McRoberts, whom the
police consulted with a view of con
testing the election. ' This is the sec-
ond time that the error has occurred
On learning of: the mistake the con
test proceedings ? were t abruptly
Easter ; Pucks, ChltKv
Rabbits etc.i .'plenty of
. them and always priced
lower - new than - else-:
vhere.- , . . " '
: a'-a -w i i i i ii i V lilt .
Easter Cards and Book
lets, exquisite In design
and taste, thousands of
new effects ' to ' choose
from, lcto 48c.
LL pending issues have been
settled; and settled by such
majorities as to be unmistakable!
iTie.salqpni are to be renovated and im-;.
proved. Unr City s boundaries are to pe
extended ; and i all topether' Rock '.'Island '
has faprospectior' greater growth ' and
; - There seems no doubt .that those who
have been contesting will put aside strife
and pull - together for the advancement
and growth of Rock Island. '
- - Greater" Rock; Island can ; only be - a;
realization by united ; effort now I All
; together,' Boost. ;
" ' . . "'r'' ' "
1 No place for laggards if there be
any of course they'll get left
TWO splendid fines' for Easter
. wear, all yhjte; erribroldered and
while with neat "stripes', and colored
embroidered dots. all i sizes, 25c
and 19Cw :; - v; '
New Net and Cace' Ties and Ja-
bojki 'daintyl Lavn ".and Swiss Bov
Ties, all the nev shapes, ready for
Easter wear, 98c, 75c; 68c, a great
big showing of special values-at 50c .
and 25c. - ' ; ' V. V
Dress Giritf hams, 15c
TF you want a: pretty Gingham, you
t should be prompt v85 pieces of
. the best woven domestic Dress Ging
hams in stylish Brown and Blue
Plaids, large block Checks, neat Stripes,
solid color Pongee, .Copenhagen, Pink,
etc., with new Jacqu&rd Designs, ' self
colors, and most desirable shirtine designs,
Monday and till sold, per yard, 15c , .
V A Special Lot
12 and 16-Button Kid Gloves for
y $1.95 Pair.
TOADIES' 12 v and , 1 6 button length! Suede and ;
XJ-- Glace Kid 'Gloves. In Tan. Black. Alice. Re-,
seda. Navy,' Wine and White, nearly all sizes in some
color, but not, all sizes la every color, 3.00 to 3.75
values, per pair, $1.85..
-v 1 6-button . Chamois Gloves for Easter wear, very ;
; correct. , also vlU be hard to -get later hi a good
quality. Tvo leading makes. Fish and Perrln, 16
button length, will clean or wash very satisfactorily,
an ideal and dressy glove, per pair, $3.09.
i N. B.No. Kid Gloves guaranteed further than
the try-on at.the counter. We handle only thd best
known makes and standard qualities, such as Perrln,
'Trefousse and Renyier. makes that are sold by the
best stores in the leading cities of this country and
' Europe." - .
Easter Belts, Pocket
Books; Hair Ornaments, Etc.
T cEATHER ! Belts.'- snippy narrow styles, etc., all
x-' the new effects, 50 lo $1.62. ; .,
New .Embroidered- Gilt and Persian Baits with
handsome buckles,- many, patterns, 75c to $1.45.
Shell Back Combs in the new style mountings.
Filagree, plain Gilt, Old Copper effects, etc., a great
.'variety, 25c to $4.25. . :..
' 'Hat Pins in hundreds of newest effects, every
'woman should have at least half a dozen nowadays,
5c to 50c. r ;
Merry Widow Hat Pins; set with Brilliants, Sun-.
bursts. Oval and Square effects, also heart shapes,
exceptionally handsome and dressy at $1.25. '
Elegant new Hand Bags and Finger Purses in all
the desirable new shapes and leathers, including
Snake. Levant. Seal nd Morocco, new fittings, new frames,
new clasps, effective in every way, all colors, 05 to S9.75.
1 Special. -Baby Alligator Bags in new long' shapes,,
real horn back, with claws, worth fully 10.00, this time, 7.50.
THE new long back
Corset made of Ba-'
tlste with 4 strong
garters, the latest
model, $1.00 : each,
If you wear . the
American Lady. Cor
set once you are al
most sure to be a con
Lady Corsets. The
tee " with . every
Easter Gift Suggestions
from the Jewelry Dep't.
-"EW Sterling Silver Easter Nov-
elties. most artistic In.deslgns,
highest qualities at our modest price:
Hat Pin Holders. ...... .,.$1.25 to $4.50
Violet Holders 1.23 to 4.50
Pocket Pencils ... .25 to .75
Sewing Sets. 3 piece, set. . 1.35
Desk Sets, 3 piece, per sel 1.35
Nail Files. Floral Designs .38 to 2.00
Easter Spoons, engr. free . .530 3.00
. Gold-filled Jewelry
. Artistic Belt Pins and Buckles will
be much in demand, and are neces
sary .to the completeness of a soring
costume. Roman, Rose and Green
Gold finished set with Jade. Peridots,
Tourmalines, Brilliants.- Acquama
rines,, etc., a beautiful showing of
these new Pins and Buckles, from
50c to 5.00.
36 new designs in Back Combr,
Imported designs, from 75c to 8.00.
A New Department
Artistic Wallt Papers
' ':-.' --:' '?a r'.
A RT in .Wall Paper need not
"always involve exponse. Re
fined and ' artistic designs may be
attained in papefs at a mere nomi
nal cost Our; Spring - lines' are a
widely - varied v collection of colors
and . designs in moderately priced
papers. ... .juqw ; . -
-Wall Papers at 3c,' at -3c, at.4c
at 5c a roll that srsually sell for
double.. , r-- ;.. ' ;
:f Gilts at 5c a'roll'sell elsewhere
at JCc and 12c ;.;'v..; ,. . . '..
jStofe Papers at 6c the roll that
you'll find everywhere at 15c, etc.
High grade Parlor Papers, 10c
to 25c . V- , '
Novelty Patterns, 35c. 50c and
75c ner roll. - -
Borders Void by the roll at the
same price as side wall and celling
a saving to you of about 25 per cent
An experienced Wall Paper Njan
In charge." - . - v
All kinds of Room Mouldings at
moderate prices. Expert picture
framing done by a man who knows
how.-; 'Mr. -John Wittwer ls not only
a first-class mechanic, but an artist
as well, and all work entrusted to
him will be done just right
It's Spring for the Store
Regardless or lemperature or
Weather. It's Sprintf for Us
It's Sprintf for You.
NOW Is the time to buy your Spring,
apparel )yhile our stock is complete.
We afford, wicle selection for Individual
preferences and taste in styles Jhat em
body all the - elements of exclusiveness,
withperfection of fit and finish. "You know
the reputatlonof this store In value-giving.
; Madam Butterfly Suits for ladies, with
roomy kimona sleeves, trimmed-with passamenterie.'
skirts are combination pleated models, perfect hang
ing, 25.00 to 42.50. .
' Attractive models in the new Prince
Chap, Suits, cutaway styte, broad shoulder and
braided, in the new sleeve models so much In vogue
this season, 22.50 to 37.50.
Beautiful Jumper Suits of striped silks,
trimmed with Baby Irish Lace and Bands of plain
color taffeta at 13.75. - - - ' '
, '.,; ? Captivating are the ' Foulard Silk Suits In
two-piece and Princess styles after designs by Dor
nillo and other great suit artists, most exquisite work
manship, 15.00 to 37.50. ;
Pure Linen Dresses, one-piece, trimmed
beautifully wifh Filet Lace yoke and sleeyes, Gibson
flare, - material Gray
y - ,
shoulders, gored skirt is
striped with White. 25.00.
Handsome Lace Waists, Marquisette
and other best patterns, trimmed with Val Lace in
selection novelty patterns, silk lining. Ecru and
White,3.75 to 15.00. .
, Silk Petticoats of Dresden and Persian pat
tern, Taffetas of the richest quality, also the new Ro
man striped Taffetas, made very full and flaring with
deep flounces, priced especially attractive, $5 to 1 1.75.
Exceptional Values in .Furniture Carpets,
A Purchasing Opportunity for Those Who Are
Velvet and Axminster
Carpets, "from the well-known
mills of Smlth, Sanford & Dobson.
in Persian and .deep rich floral, pat
terns, with and without borders, val
ues up to 1.35 for 85c to $1. yard.
Br us s els Carpets, in
scrolls, florals; small hall designs,
anoT" solid colors.. Maay with, bor
ders to match 85c,' 65c and 58c yd.
IntfrairL Carpets, ail wool,
best extra Supers, the assortment
is good. . and ; the prices right,' 75c
68c, 63c and OUC yard.
Union -Iritf rain Carpets,
heavy rand serviceable, 55c : 42c.
'32c and 2S.Cyard.. .,:
", Cordembn Carpets m pat
terns,; andsolid -colors, an artistic
floor covering, fast colors and very
serviceable, 47c and 5UC yard. .
Wood Grain Fiber. Looks
like hardwood floor, makes excellent
rug borders. 60c, 45c and 30c yd.
China and J apanese
flattings, cotton warps and car
pet patterns 10c "yard. ,
' Fine White and figured Japanese
Mattings.' 25c to 5oc yard..- ; -
China . Maltings. plain and pati
terns, 10c to 35c yard.
Deltox Grass Matting's,
splendid wefaring qualities, in Beds,
Greens. Blues and Browns, 45c to
35c yard. '""
Linoleums, 6 and 12 ft vide.
imported, and domestic plain.
printed and : inlaids. - Printed in
tiles and floral patterns, 58c to 45c
yard.. : ..-vvj' ;
V Inlaid. In tiles and wood - effects.
140 to Q5C yard.
Brussels Rug's, 9x12 feet:
in pretty Persian effects, and flora
patterns, 16.85. 1 3.00 and $1 1.45.
: Velvet and Axminster
Rug's, 9x 1 2 feet, floral, medallion
and ; Oriental designs, deep - rich
colorings, very durable, 27.50, 25.00,
22.00 and $19.50.
v Royal Wilton Rugs,9xi2
feet. In soft; rich rich shades and
pretty Persian and Medallion effects,
the standard for quality.' design and
colorings. $39., $35 and $330.
Sloan's all wool ' Smyrna Rugs,
elegant line of new designs and col
orings.7 30x60 Inches, 91.75. ' . '
SanfordV: Beauvais Axminster
Rugs, liigh pile, rich Oriental color
ings. 3?x60 inches, 2.50 to 1.951 '
Wilton," Rugs; best : in quality,
highest art in design and colorings.
27x54 inches. 3.50 to 940.
Extremely Interest in tf
New Art Needlework
Collar and Cuff Coat Sets.' 48c set
White linen Pockets or Bags. 42c
Ladles' or Children's Sun Hats. 75c
Eyelet and Wallachlan Center
Pieces, 68c, 42c and 38c
For Infants, ".dainty little Booties, v
jackets. Bibs. Hoods and Pillow Tops,
made of sheer linon and pique, ' easy
and Interesting embroidery -:work at
87c. 48c 25c and 12c. . . a . '
New stamped Shirt, Waists. Corset
-Covers.' Aprons and Ties at 1.12, 75c,
,48c, 12c and 10c
Sample line of Real Cluney . Lace. :
Priced ; at about half sizes 18 to 30
inches, al pure' linen, beautiful work,
worth from 12.50 to 1.00, priced for
quick selling at 6.98. 5.98. 4.75. 3.44.
' 2.38, 87c and 68c each.- r -
! Renaissance Dresser Scarfs, ' full
.sizes," 98c each. -
down with logs and returned north.
The Jtuth; went. porth. J v: - ;
:;:The -8U of water was 5.65 at 6
a. m. and 5.70 at noon, i- ' f
- , River Rtplete.
The Everett and .B. Hershey were
CSX OUitE 'CSCEB ARREST
Divorced-Wife of Tobacco Man Locked
Up for Passing Bad Checks.
- Chicago, ' April ; Jl. While ' in the
pout office mailing a letter Mrs. Alice
L. Duke, the divorced wife of the to
bacco : man, was arrested yesterday
afternoon, charged with passing bogus
checks at the Great Northern hotel.
She - was "taken to the Harrison street
police station, where she .was locked
up, as she could not secure a bond
for her appearance. , . -.
Mrs. Duke said that she had no rec
ollection of offering-any-checks atv the
hotel. r She said that her former hus
band and his wife were ' responsible
for her trouble. . ".-
."They " have persecuted me 1 for., a
jrear,". she said. "Life has been made
miserable for me. I am so sick now
tnat I don't care what happens.' ' :'
Chicago, April ll.Mra. Alice Webb
Duke, divorced wife of Brodie Duke of
the "American Tobacco company, who
was arrested last night on the charge
of . passing forged checks, wag today
held to await the action of the grand
jury. The bonds are $2,000, and she
wag enable to give surety and was sent
to the county jail. ' .
Tjau feel the life-giving current A
gentle-, warmth fills the nerves; and
blood. It's a pleasure to take Hollio-ter's-
Rocky Mountain Tea. 33 cents,'
tea or tablets. Harper House phar
macy, i ::- . .... ': . .
- The Best by. Test.. jV
Gilmore's hams are a delight. - ;
Try them, once you'll find ; them ;
. right '- : .
Smoked with greenest hickory; wood.
Sugar cured they mnst be goodj .
The only government inspected
market In the city.- - vv