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ifflE vROCK . flSLAND ARGUS
WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1909.
BINDS BAUER OVER
Iowa City Justice of Peace
Holds Him Under $2,000
Bail on Forgery Charge.
ENTERS PLEA OF GUILTY
Makes Statement Implicating Anoth
er Man, and Police Are Looking
for the Confederate.
invitation is extended to all' members
of the order to attend.
Will Hold Annual Picnic The la
dies auxiliary to the Order, of Kail
road Conductors will hold the annual
picnic at Campbell's island Thursday
afternoon.' The visiting ladies of the
order are welcome to attend.
, A dispatch from Iowa City this af
ternoon brings the information that
John A. Bauer, arrested here Saturday
and taken to Iowa City on a charge of
; operating with bogus checks and
swindling the state bank of Iowa City
s out of $1,500, this morning plead guilty
and was held under $2,000 bail to tho
; ' grand juiy. He had a hearing before
Justice Horack. ,
A rr-nrd in fr infurnintinn rnroivnH
1 Iiere he made a confession in which
ne , implicated anoiner man, wuo ne
feays' worked with him in all of his
-numerous operations. The police d-
cline to give further information uz
tc the other man, but it is understood
that lines have becu thrown out for
the apprehension of the man implicat
ed by Bauer.
: Sheriff Rowland of Iowa City came
here yesterday and took Buu-t
1 t-uck to that city to auswer to the
charges of forgery.
M0LINE MAN FOUND
DEAD IN HIS BED
Otto Lindahl, Ager 63, Passes Away
as Result . of Ijong Illness,
While Alone at. Home.
Otto Lindahl of Moline.- aged 63,
was found dead in his ' bed ' at . the
home, 902 Fifth avenue, about ' 0
o'clock last evening by his son, Leo
nard. Mr. Lindahl had been ill for
several months, and has been under
the care of a physician. He and his
son live alone, and when tho son re
turned he found his father dead. A
physician stated that Mr. Lindahl
had been dead for atyut an hour.
The coroner's jury returned a ver
dict of death from suffocation from
sorocis of the liver.
-- Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will j
be gladly received anil published. Hut'
t in eiuier ease the Identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices mupt bear sig-
- nature and address.
Ohlweiler-Tremann. Miss .Orpha
Dinsmoor Tremann, daughter of Mr.
, and Mrs. William H. Tremann of 1119
Nineteenth street, and Oscar John
Ohlweilcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Ohlweilcr, were married this morning
at 8: 'JO at Trinity Episcopal church,
the ceremony being performed by the
rector. Rev. Granville II. Sherwood.
Just before the ceremony Miss Cora
Gaetjer sang "Four Leaf Clover" and
Miss Maud Young at the organ played
Mendelssohn's wedding march as the
bridal party entered from the back of
the church. There were no attendants,
and the bride was given In marriage
. by her father. The bride wore a trav
eling gown of light green and carried
white sweet peas and ferns. The
church was simply but prettily decora
ted in lilies and snowball flowers, the
chancel and altar being banked with
Mr. and Mrs. Ohlweiler left for a
.week's wedding trip, and upon their
- return will be at "Camp What The"
"until Sept. 1, when they will take up
their residence at Fifteenth street and
Sixteenth avenue. The bride is a weR
known young lady of many accomplish
ments. She attended the city schools,
graduating from the high sqhool, and
since her graduation holding a posi
tion as clerk at the Modern Woodmen.
Mr. Ohlweiler graduated from the high
school in 1904, graduated from the An
gustana Business college in 130(5, and
now holds the position of manager of
the Mueller Lumber company.
Anderson-Moore. Miss Bessie Moore
city and Spencer II. Anderson
were married at noon today
irsonage of the First Baptist
Rev. II. W. Reed. They
.ided by Mr. and Mrs. Carl
They will make their home
ie. Mr. Anderson is a solicitor
' ine, and his bride has been em-
as an operator for the Union
..ric Telephone company.
fO. E. S. Meeting. Rock Island chap-
r. Order of the Eastern Star, will
aold its monthly meeting this evening
at Masonic temple. There will be ini
tiation of a class of candidates, and
light refreshments will be'jserved. An
Kerler & Co. weave ruga.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Read II. K. Walker's want ads.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
- For bus and express, Spencer & Trefz.
Sand and cement. Mueller Lumber
Godfrey's laundry gives green trad
Batteries of bargains at the remodel
ing sale at McCabe's.
Double stamps Thursday morning.
Young & McCombs' July sale.
A cool place to enjoy your supper.
Young & McCombs' cafe, fourth lloor.
and furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
II. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work. 1526-1528 Fourth ave-i
Lewis' Single Binder straight 5 cents. .
You pay 10 cents for cigars not so
. Eat your dinner in Young & Mc
Combs' cafe, fourth floor now only
Have a club breakfast, 15 cents to
45 cents, in Young & McCombs' cafe,
Women's waists, worth your waiting;
20 per cent off.- Young & McCombs'
July clearing sale.
If 23 per cent off the already low
prices on jewelry is worth your while,
come to our July clearing sale. Young
. Tough on Havilands, rough on Carlo
bad, the smashing prices on china at
McCabe's remodeling sale.
All kinds of glassware, all kinds of
china, all kinds of crockery suffer the
remodeling price slaughter at Mc
Cabe's. Hammers, saws and general confus
ion coupled with the slashing of prices
makes the remodeling sale at Mc
Cabe's most realistic.
Slam. bang, down falls some lumber
rnd down tumbles a half dozen prices,
ine louder the noise, the lower the
prices at McCabe's remodeling sale.
Next time you think of your china
and cut glass needs you'll wish you
took advantage of the 20 per cent off
at the July clearing sale at Young &
St. Marcaret's euild of Trinity
church will give an ice cream sociable
Wednesday evening at the chapel, Sev
enth street and Fourth avenue. All
friends are invited.
Court of Honor No. S35 will hold an
ice cream lawn sociable Friday even
ing, July 16. -on Mrs. Boreil's lawu,
J207 Second street. Ice cream and
tike, 10 cents. Public is invited to
F This is Gerena
don't fail to cut the coupon in
I this paper and take it to your
f grocer and exchange for a 25
j cent package of Cerena free.
. It means health to you.
t JiOTE The Cerena coupon is good at
j. any grocer's, wherever lorated, so cut it
;-out and present it to YoUH grocer and
I Bfct a 25c package of Cerena l- KKK.
Have You Ever Tried a
Mrs. V. B. Bennage and
1827 Second Avenue. Rock Is
, land. Opposite Harper House.
Full line of hair Roods, nets
and hair work made to order.
r appointments eall old phone
Partly Huudy, ullh prohtihly nhow
ertt or lninilT(ormM tonlKlit or Thurs
day; not much t-linngc in temperature.
J. M. SHKIUUK, I .oral Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. in.. Of; at 3 p. in.,
77. Maximum ' temperature in IaMt 21
hour:.. MO; minimum, 61. Velocity of
wind at 7 a. m 3 mileM per bour.
Stage Change Pre
fect, feet. dp.
St. Paul 5.9 0.4
Red Wing 4.0 0.1
Reed's Landing ... 4.1 0.0
La Crosse 5.0 0.1 ...
Prairie du Chien... 5.2 0.1
Dubuque... 5.C 0.1
Clinton 5.4 0.0
Le Claire 2.9 0.0
Davenport 5.0 0.0 ...
Nearly stationary stages will prevail
in the . Mississippi from Dubuque to
J. M. SHERIER, Local Observer.
Julv 14 In American History.
1818 General Nathaniel Lyon born In
Ashford. Conn.; killed at Wilson's
Crwek. Mo 1SG1. ,
1828 Jer vis McEhtee, landscape art-
isroZ n; "ed 1891. ..
"sa-Tbev- Crystal Palace exhibition
189o!n ln New York city.
Effect! CWlficate w went Into
Snn seta 7:26. rises 4:38; moon tteea
2:44 a. m.; Mercury risible.
Red. Letter Day
. Saturday, July 17th
Get $1.00 worth of S. & H.
Green Trading Stamps Free
for each book.
S. CL hr Green Tradlno Stamps Free ea Erery Cssb Per&ce.
X rdreda :. of .fine - bargains
. in this remodeling sale that
will be yours for little more than
the picking Crash, Smash , goes
the glass Thursday, . Masons
Fruit jars complete 2 and 3c:
Jelly Glasses with tin tops lc.
HERE are some of
the bargains in
the : Read v - to - wear
'Beautiful Silk Dresses Satin
finish. foulards, soft finish taffeta
stripes,, nicssaline and Rajah,
worth. up to $35.00, the Saving is
from ?5.oo to $13.25 a dress when
vou get yours
Dainty 5 Lingerie Dresses, one
piece models, fine sheer materials'
trimmed with lace, worth $7.50 to
Rich Taffeta Silk Petticoats,
handsomely maie in black and all
desirable colors,, you save 20, 30
and even 40 per cent on 1
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These women's suits will
create a sensation.
Man Tailored Suits, made of
fancy worsteds, nicely trimmed,
all tire best sizes, not niaiiv but
Linen Coats for Automobile or
outing, semi-fitted, full length,
1 itj iti
Children's White Dresses.
French and Yoke styles, yokes of
embroidery "or full ' r
Whie Petticoats with deep ela
borate flounces of lace or Em
broidery, just one or two of a
kind, so instead of $2.50 to $1.00
we say $1.9, no (J? Qf
Women's Long Kimonos, made
in the prettiest manner of colored
lawns and dimities, with facings
A Fine Lot of Waists, many
of the prettiest styles, with dainty
trimming of filmy laces or fine
embroideries, Dutch necks, Col
onial effects, tailored models, etc.
etc.. values up to $6.q0, this sale
three tables, three
prices, $1.39, $1.94
Dress Skirts For this time,
t!;ess skirts made of taffeta voile,
panama and novelty suitings, sell
ing every day up to $10.00 will be
a- great attraction at
$2.0(1, $.1.35 and tyD.D
Hammers, Saws, Noise and Confusion
Its safe to say each mechanic trys to make more noise than the
one next to him People talk loud, raise their 'voices above the gen
eral din, but our prices speak the loudest of all. We. pay. you for
any extra trouble in dodging around among the moving merchandise
and any extra inconvenience Js more4 than compensated for by the
lower prices. Scan the list but that is hot a'quarterl A sale like
this can not be fully ' represented in the papers. ; Only in the store
can you gain any idea of its magnitude.
Batteries of Bargains in Our Remodeling Sale
You can't pass the Bargain Tables at
97, 75, 59, 48, 39, 25 and 19c. They are
-loaded with a wonderful variety of fancy
china which in many instances are worth
more than double.
300 American China Salad Bowls as
sorted decorations V
on'y ........... OC
7 Piece Crystal Glass Punch, set $2.00
value, remodeling QCr
Thin German China Cream
pitchers just half price ,JKj
English China Tea Cups and Saucers,
3 decorations, remodeling "i f
Crystal Glass Fopted Nut or Fruit
Bell Shape Cut Star Table Tumblers
$3.00 dozen, value set of 6 "
75 Jardineers, medium and dark colors
assorted sizes and shapes QC
worth up to $2.00, choice j )C
Housefurnishings at "Get Out of the Way" Prices
Good screen doors best quality wire,
Lawn Hose Reels, holds 100 feet hose,
remodeling price, (SQc.
. Grass Catchers, metal bottoms, fit any
lawn mower, 69c.
Hard Wood Clothes line props, worth
15c, go quick, price 8c.
Sanitary Glass Ice Cream Freezer, re
modeling sale, 97c.
The Cleveland Water Filter,' white
enamel lined, go quick, price 33.00.
Best Enamel Granite Wash Basins,
worth double this price, 10c.
50 Feet Braided Cotton Clothes Lines,
"Get out of the way" price, 5c.
Rice Root Scrub Brushes, "get out of
.the way" 3c.
Whisk Brooms, fine quality straw
one half price 6c.
4 Quart Granite Preserving KetUes,
3G inch wide poultry wire fencing,
per yard 4c.
Best, quality black enameled screen
wire all widths, per footljc.
About 100 fancy waste paper baskets
worth up to $2.50, put in two lots, "out
of the way" at $1.25 and 59c.
Fancy Work Dept.
19c for 35c Panels and fancy
pieces for wood burning, 19c.
59c for 29-inch square lunch
cloths and pillow shams, trimmed
with imitation German cluny
Summer Furniture: "Get Out of the Way " Prices
The right Furniture for Porch and Lawn will add much to your comfort for
the next two or three months. You can buy it here at a saving of 20 to 40
per cent. ' .
Zy2 Foot Lawn Settees painted green,
reduced to 75c.
Reclining Steamer chairs $4.50 value,
reduced to $3.50.
Prairie Grass Rugs reversible with
wool fringed ends,
18x36 inch reduced to 25c.
30xo0 inch reduced to 75c.
9x12 feet $.75 value, reduced to $6.25
Prairie Grass Matting, reds, greens and
browns, 45c value, reduced to 32c.
Matting Remnants values up to 25c
yard, now 10 and 5c yard.
Linoleum Remnants, values up to 60c
yard now, 25c yard.
' Reed Rockers, golden oak finish, re
duced to $1:25.
Reed Rockers, with arms green, red
and natural finishes, reduced to $1.85.
Reed Settee, 10 inches long high back,
"$5.00 valued now $3.65.
Large Rattan Couch, fine German reed
top and sides $15.00 value now, $10.00.
50 Inch Weathered Oak Porch swing
$7.00 value reduced to $4.35.
Hammock Chairs with fine stripe can
vas seat and back reduced to 95c.
Waldo Woodweb Porch Shades
4x8 feet $3.00 value. $2.00.
6x8 feet $4.00 value, $2.65.
Just remember, Saturday will be "Red mm
ktllVI kca J 1 -uu JVM III" "B'V M mwi-
lars worth of S. & H. Stamps Free for
each book you have.
Brinn all your books and 6tart new
t ones if you like and get a dollar's
worth of 6tamps Free . for each
Goods Selling r ;
1 Starting Thursday at 9 a. m.,
2,000 yards' 95c to" 38c imported
and domestic wash goods, neai-:
ly all the wanted colors and the;
season's choicest weaves, included.
in this great offering at, yard, 150'-1.
no mistake 15c, 15c 15c yard. .1 '
At 2 130 Thursday, and till sold,
800 yards of I2c dress ginghams -and
short lengths of wash goods!
of.all kinds, values up to 25c yardj ;
v speak quick for these at 7j4c
yard. ' .' - .5
E A RE" NOW"
showing the Girdle-top
. uirectoire corsets, ; for :
young Jadies who desire the
slim.; hip and Jong back ef- -fects,
made necessary, by pres
ent style of dress, without the
heavy .boning so harmful to
those who have not reached
their, .full . development Six
supporters attached and other
features make this the supe
rior of any known corset for
young girls wean;; ;; . .
Our expert . corsetier will
specially demonstrate and ex
plain to any who are interest-
ed in smart, stylish costuming
of young women. ; .'V. -y
. lust received, 3 styles cor
sets and. girdles suitable for
Misses' and ladies' 38c and
of the Season
118 pairs Misses Oxford Ankle
strap slippers and Oxfords, all .
hand welts, highest class shoe
making, all sizes $y2 to 2, the
latestt swagger styles $3.25, $2.00,
$1.75 and $1.50. The "get out of
the way" price if you pick lively
$1.00 tjie 'pair, only $1.00. Sizes
very complete to start Thjrsday
morning, but no doubt will soon
be broken. We advise (fr "t AA
early choosing . . . , JL.VVr
We have just received from
our New York correspondent,
advance cuts of two "Suzanne
Talbot's" latest models. One
from Marie Louise, one by
Jeanne Lanvin each model
showing a seasonable smart
ness, characteristic of these fa- :
Annual Outing of Tri-City Odd
Fellows Will Be Held at
BALL GAME CHIEF EVEtyT. WATER FROM WELL
I IS SAFE TO DRINK
Ik-comes Permanent Owner of
following lineup for .; the contest
rat ton, c; Church, n; Lcmlnirg, lb;
Kerns, 2b; Graham, ss; Atkinson, -Jb;
Johnson, If; Pauley, if; Saniuelson, s-f.
The Jlolinc team will line up like
this: Cailmark, c; Appelquist, p;
Kropp, lb; Huey, 'h Stewart, us;
Dyer, ob; Adolphfcon, If; Kelting, if;
The annual picnic of the Odd Fel
lows will be held tomorrow at Camp
boll's island, where the members of
the organization pf the three cities
will gather with their picnic baskets
and put in the entire day. ' The usual
entertainments such as foot races,
novelty races and different kinds of
feames will be' in order and the feature
will be a baseball game between the
Moline and the Rock Island lodges.
This game is an annual affair between
the' lodges of the three cities and the
rule is that the winner of one year's
game plays the team which did not
compete on the following year.
Mrana Trophy for Good.
Last year the Rock Island lodge
took the measure of their Davenport
brethren and so it is up to the Mo
liners this year. As the local team has
yon the games for the last two years,
It has only to win the one this year
in order to become the permanent
owner of tho trophy cup which has
oeen the "prize for the last three years.
The Island City team will present the
Health Commissioner Keceives lie-
lMrt 011 Sample From Private
Supply in Lust End.
Dr. Albert N. - Mueller," the health
commissioner, has received from Ed
ward Bartow, director of tho state
water survey, a report-of an analysis
of a sample of water from the well at
the home of Rev. Philip Studt, 3402
Ninth-and-a-half avenue. The well is
40 feet deep, and is near a ravine. The
water is generally used in the neigh
borhood. 'The director's report states
that the analysis shows that the water
evidently comes from polluted areas,
but that tho water has been purified
in passing through the ground and is
eafe for drinking purposes at the pres
for the Rhodes scholarships will be
held on Tuesday the HUlf and Wed
nesday the 20th of the coming Oc
tober, at an hour and place to be
named later. All persons in Illinois
expecting to enter this qualifying ex
amination for the Rhodes scholar
ship should send name and address
to the chairman of tho committee, Un
iversity of Illinois, Urbana-Cham-paign,
at an early date.
This scholarship is for a period of
three years and is worth approxi
mately $1,500 per year. Beginning
with the October term 1907; the
whole number of ''scholars on this
foundation was lfid distributed
among the various colleges of the
university. Any student completing
the sophomore year is eligible for
his examination. v
EXAMINATION IS OCT. 19-20
Rhodes Scholarship Tests Will Re
Given at University of Illinois.
President Edmund J. James of the
University of Illinois, chairman of
the Illinois state committee for the
assignment of the Rhodes scholar
ships at Oxford university, announces
that the next qualifying examination
xfor d Sale
ALL THE MONTH OF JULY. v
Don't miss the chance of buying Oxfords at about
one-third off the regular prices as you can do
by investigating this ad. '
Red Hot Bargains in Cool Footwear
Price Shoe Co. Rock Island
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