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TliE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1011.
FIGHT; HALTS IT
Smoker Announced by Moose
Lodge Draws Official Interruption.
SINNETT-BLEDSOE IS CARD
Howerer, Head of Organization Pro-(
tets It Was to Be Nothing bat
THE ARGUS' FREE
s - '
It is claimed Rock Island would have
been the Ecene of a real prize fight last
Bight but for the dissenting voice of
Sheriff O. K Bruner. "Young" Sinnett
and "Young" Bledsoe, a pair who mill
ed to a draw on the river last sum
mer, were to have been the combat
ants, and they were to have gone to
a finish with three-ounce gloves, the
Rock Island lodge of Moose was
eponsor for the entertainment that was
to have been presented in the hall in
the Illinois theatre building. There
were to have been several hundred
spectators. It was first announced
that the affair was to be a smoker, with
a vaudeville entertainment and a
wrestling match for a closer. Then it
leaked out that there was to be a
friendly sparring exhibition as an add
ed attraction. During the day Sheriff
Bruner says he learned the identity of
the two pugilists who were booked for
a clash, and he immediately knew that
the go was to be for blood. He also
discovered that instead of eight-ounce
gloves the three-ounce variety were to
be used by the scrappers.
Sinnett and Bledsoe long have bfen ; of cooking under the direction of j The average attendance of the
anxious for an opportunity to settle j Mrs. Helen Armstrong, one of the ; schools conducted in other cities un-
MRS. HKLKX ARMSTRONG.
The Argus cooperating with the twill be mentioned to some extent,
K. Fairbank company of Chicago, j the educational value of the school
FIND A BODY ON
ICE; A MURDER?
Pockets of Victim Inside, Out,
Strengthening the Theory
DEAD SEVERAL DAYS
Felled Crowing the Slough at Eigh
teenth Avenue and Mill
ning In the Karias panitorium, in East
Moline, where he is employed, when
two gallons of gasoline exploded in
the basement. He was exhausted
when the firemen reached him. The
building was not damaged.
BY 300 EXECUTIONS
Bodies of Brazilian Sailors Thrown
Into Sea, According to a
Gulfport, Miss., Jan. 21. Three
hundred men who participated in tbej
recent mutiny at Rio Janeiro. Bra- i
zil. were summarily executed and I
j their bodies consigned to the sea. j
The badly decomposed body of a'as food for the fishe8. according to
man of middle age was found shortly j statements made by officers of the
will devote one full week to the art: will be of the greatest value.
their differences. Both are speedy
fighters. Considerable money, it is un
derstood, was waged on the outcome
of their meeting billed for last night.
When the crowd had assembled at
the hall Sheriff Bruner put in his ap
pearance and summoned the two fight
ers before him. He warned them not
to enter the ring and advised them to
go to their homes. They obeyed his in
junction. The other announced feat
ures of the evening were presented.
One of them was a wrestling bout be
tween John Voss and William Gable.
It was declared a draw.
'"I had positive information that it
was planned to pull off a prize fight, '
Sheriff Bruner said today, "and I had
no alternative but to stop it. If any
thing serious happened I wa
cial upon whom the responsibility
would fall. I have no objection to
harmless athletic exhibitions, but as
sheriff I must prevent prize fights."
Xn KICiHT BIM.ttl).
"There was no prize fight scheduled,"
declared B. F. Sch river, dictator of the
Mooee lodge. "A month ago the lodge
decided to give this entertainment.
The proceeds were to go to the lodge.
The program, as arranged finally, con
fisted ef a smokei vaudeville turns,
a sparring exhibition not a fight be
tween Sinnett and Bledsoe, and a
most nigrn respond autnoruies m.der Mrs. Armstrong's direction, has
the country. The Y. M. C. A. audi-:b,en about 1,000 a day. while the
tor'nm has been engaged for thejcrowds in some paces have exceed-
weeK beginning Monday, Jan. .!(. ed tne capacity of the auditorium.
and will continue for six days. The1 .,,, ,!,
... ... , There w-ill be daily changes of
admission to the lectures will be by . : , jm
.... . .... 'program and the parts of a daily
ticket and no charge will be made. ; ... , . . ,
... . : menu will be treated upon.
A coupon will appear in The Argus
which will be exchanged at The Ar-1 Further details of this big event
gus office for a season ticket, free i w,n PP"ar m The Argus from day
of rhareo I to da'- Keep in touch w ith them
The Argus has entered into this
arrangement berevmg it will be a j
Remember it is free to everyone.
The Argus imposes no other con-
rare treat to the ladies of Rock ls-d;tion than the coupon presented at
land and vicinity. While the prod-"the business office any time during
ucts of the X. K. Fairbank company the day.
and Foeke began to give way to fits
of melancholy, at which times he j
IAND OF HOBOES
LED OUT OF CITY
the ofli- 1 1 nreatenen to Kin imnseit. Mia nrst
attempt was to hang himself, anal
he had got as far -as putting the;
rope around his neck when it was j
taken away from b'm by a board?r. ;
Last Monday he threatened to blow :
his head off with a revolver after Company of 23 Wanderers Is
showing it to his wire, wro was con
vinced, however, that he was bluff
ing. Wednesday evening he mad0
another attempt, this time with a
butcher knife, and in a scuffle which'
ensued when a boards took it away; ONE PROVtS TO BE BALKER
from him the hand of the rescuer
was cut. He was arrested and after'
an examination by the police it was Kr"aks Hanks on Arsenal Island and
Marched Two Abreast to
after 12 o'clock this afternoon in the
slough near Eighteenth avenue and
Mill street by one of the employes of
the Standard Table Oil Cloth company,
who was on his way home at the din
ner hour. The body was lying on the
ice, and some snow was still on it.
Whether or not he was murdered is
a mystery to the police authorities, who
were communicated with immediately
after the body was found. However, It
is the supposition that the man was
murdered, for he had be,en bleeding
from the ears and his trousers pockets
had been turned inside out. Xothing
could be found in the other pockets
which would establish an Identity. The
body was so badly frozen that it was
impossible to find on it any marks of
DEAD SEVEHAL DAY?.
There is hardly any question but
what the man met his death some time
;his week, for the body was not very
deeply frozen in the ice, and the spot
at which it was found is traversed
many times every day by people liv
ing in the vicinity.
It is improbable that the man slip
ped on the ice at the spot, as it was
level and considerable stubble affords
a good foothold. The man wore a
leather cap. and that was several feet
from the body.
TO HOI. I) A.N I.XQI KST.
The remains were taken to the Knox
undertaking rooms this afternoon.
Coroner J. F. Rose will conduct an in
quest tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
The mail is about 5 feet 7 inches in
height. 45 years of age. heavily built.
snd has a gray mustache. There are
two lodge pins on the lapel of his coat,
and these may aid in his identification.
British steamer. King George, which
arrived at Gulfport last night from
South American ports.
The King George was at Rio Jan
eiro during the mutiny and bom
bardment of the city and the steam
er came near being struck by a
Five war vessels of the Brazilian
government and the forts on the
mainland bombarded the island for '
the whole day, the surrender not
taking place until 4 o'clock in the j
afternoon. The next day 300 of the
captured rebels were taken out to
sea on board a battleship and execut
ed and their bodies thrown over
board. The watchers on the King George
saw two men who tried to escape
from the island captured and shot.
The battle came about through the
revolt of the garrison who attempt
ed to imitate the successful revolt
a few days previous of the officers
and crew of the new dreadnoughts.
UNUSUAL FINE IS
LEVIED BY JUSTICE
Ash Fitzsimmons of Milan rays
Cent and Costs for Disorderly
ACT IS RADICAL
Bill Jleady at SpringfJeM Forbids
Holding of Any Political Meet
ing in a Saloon.
Jan. 21. The state
Ash Fitzsimmons of Milan, ar
rested and brought befor Justice
George P. Xissen yesterday on a
charge of disorderly conduct pre
ferred against him by his wife as the
result of some domestic difficulties,
paid the unusual fine of 1 cent and
costs after being found guilty. It
was evident from the testimony that
the defendant was guilty of the
charge against him, but it was also
apparent that the fault was not all
his and therefore the court was dis
posed to be lenient.
.cCabe & Co.
SECOND AVH. THROUGH TO THIRD
i . -
Opening Sale of Cheney Bros.
First showing- of these famous silks for 1011. Foulard
promise to lead the van, and we invite you to iti-jcct the great
est and most exclusive assortment ecr brought to this vicin
ity. You are familiar with their unapproachable service ami
shower-proof qualities. This season's style arc ditiut;uihed
by the absence of larjc showy patterns: the correct type fa
vors the neat and tasty effect that appeals to refinement in
In regard to colors, it Is concluded that those cf the blue series
will be given the preference, although the r.uisre of color will imlndt
pongee, reseda, smoke gray, rose, brown, white and b'ack. h lio. Co en
hagen, cadet, king's blue, etc. The combination of color atnJ dci-icn is
exquisite. These favored silks are
marked at, a yard S.'r
Striped Messalines That
Thafs the Point.
It is with much satisfaction that
we call your attention to the new
line of colors In monotone. Pekin
and line stripes beautiful mono-'
tcne In tans and browns, blu-,
soft green shades, smoke and met
al grays, etc. striking black and
white even stripes in different
widths, black and white, navy and
white aid navy and green hair
line stripes, etc.. etc. These dips
salmes are 24 inches wide and
have sold for 9Rc a yard, Monday
and while they last, a yard ..79
New Suiting Taf fetas
Here you will And thr newest de
signs and colorinzs as dictated by
the latest Paris Fasions. The ac
cepted silks for suit: and fancy
dress wear. New stripe, bro
cades, Jaccjuards, nnd checks in all
the best spring shadings. Thes
silks are 24 and 27 Inches wide,
and are marked very specially at
rer yard SI 00
Xew roses, new violets are here, harbingers
fresh and attractive.
Read our large ad on page 12.
SONS OF VETERANS HOSTS
Moline Camp Kntertains 'joo of Ho
lief Corps and G. A. It.
The Sons of Veterans camp Xo. 31
CAN RUN BIG CARS
No Serious Obstacles in Way of
Use of Tri-City Tracks
by R. I. S.
FLANGE NOT TOO WIDE
Transformers Dispose of Objection
Aring from Direct and Alter
It will be remembered that a letter
of Moline, last evening held installa-from tne town or Mathers ville. prlnt
tion of officers and entertained as'pd recentlv In The Arsus. cited a num-
Vail left home to resume her stud
ies at Xorthwestern university, but
was Joined by the young man In Chi
cago and left for Washington.
fi nkihi, uv tu ki. ni.Ain.
Funeral services for Samuel Illair.
who died at his home In Chicago, will
be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 'i
o'clock at the Knox undertaking room i.
The Milan Woodmen camp will be in
charge of the funeral. Burial will be
in Chippiannock cemetery.
BGY OF THREE USES GUN
provides that money for political pur
poses can be expended only by two
partiep, first a candidate, and second
Shoot Head (Iff fl-year-old Sinter tn
I'lnying Willi WeaKn.
Des Moines, Iowa, .Ian. 21. Clara
Corbin, a'.;td ',, died almost Instantly
at her home here last night when hT
200 attending the exercises which wereiinto the heart of the city over which VIa J V, h wh.,h Zr
u-u .u . u.r ! tr c . .. ... ' i head off with a shot gun which her
"corrupt practices ! uls mtiuuei ui me n uiuui a uciK i Der or reasons wny tne kock isianu
act, which will be introduced in the;"-"'!'0 ",c u. , a vuiuu, soumern aesires an inuepcnuem mic
epimto nYt wa1c hv Senator .Tones
-- ' ' ill u 1 1 ' I a u iih niiri ai uau '
Springston of Peoria, division comman
der of the Illinois Sons of Veterans,
PETITION FOR BAR
wrestling bout between Gable and decided to have him tried for in-
Voss. Sinnett and Bledsoe were to use sanity.
eight-ounce gloves. Sheriff Bruner and
his entire force of deputies were in
vited to be the lodge's guests at the
entertainment. This oupht to prove
our case that we did, not contemplate
a violation of the law."
OFFICIALS STAGE CLASH.
Sheriff Bruner and Police Magis
trate C. J. Smith clashed verbally in
front of the Illinois theatre last night
after the. order had been given that
Pledsoe and Sinnett could not meet.
The police magistrate "bawled"' out
the sheriff and threatened to even mat-
lievts Officer David Fitzgerald
in a Itnce.
Officer David Fitr.gerald had an ex-
pclitical committee, and that "no.; delivered the principal address of the
IQ NflW WITHDRAWN ci,ing; t:n, thia " Ing when he at-
iw i.vr.. ....... t(.H1me. . with Officv .Tnhn P"rlr
other person shall be permitted to ex
pend any money for political purposes
fn connection with any campaign be
fore any primary or a final election."
.While the bill appears radical In
many respects it is similar with a few
exceptions to laws now in effect in sev-
Secure, a License.
noooes out or the city.
Alderman llclhammer and Charles The drive elided up in a chase in
Krueger C.ive l Attempt to i w hich one of the Weary Willies out-
jooipo umcer fitzgeraid and man
aged to get back to the city again.
I It was a regular game of "black-
The petition for a saloon in the west man. The hoboes had spent thej
end of the citv on the premises owned niht at tne station, as it was tool
by Alderman John Holzhammer was coi? to loP omsUle- an(1 be3ld h !
ters with him bv not sen.ii.. ,,v ri. , . ... ; ranroau oetectives are pretty nitien
i- wuiiurawii louay iiy .naerman noiZ-inn h
One of the most radical features pro
hibits the holding of a political meet
ing in a saloon or bar room, and not
only punishes the person who arranges
the meeting, but also the proprietor of
the establishment, who permits such
meeting, to be held."
jail, whrre the
eheriff receives 30 cents a day per
head for serving meals.
FOEKE IS INSANE
Twenty-fourth Street Saloon
keeper Is Committed to
Hospital at Watertown.
watch now for thein. For
j hammer and by Charles Krueger, who 'that reason they go to the station,
was to conduct the bar. Considerable ' When noses were counted this morn
, ttoubie has arisen over the granting of j ing it wa3 found that thero were 23 i
the license and the majority of the of them.' The police magistrate
Overcome by Gas Fumes.
Peter Stavropolos had a close call
with death by asphyxiation last eve-
evening, taking as the theme for his
remarks the peace mission of the Sons
of Veterans. W. G. Dustin of Dwight.
past national commander of the G. A.
R., was another tpeaker. He gave in
an interesting way the history of the
G. A. R. and the work developing upon
the S. of V. Short talks were also giv
en by L. M.Magill. F. B. Shult and
others. Musical numbers were given
and later lunch was served.
contended that the company cannot
use the tracks of the Tri-City Railway
company because the flanges on the
Interurban cars are too wide, requiring
the use or at, "T" rail, and furthermore,
that one line tises an alternating and
the other a direct current, it being im
possible to operate the same motors
on both roads.
The Argus has done some investi
gating and it finds that the heavy
girder rails used by the Tri-City Rail
way companv tare the same as are
used in other cities and are operated
. upon by the same type of interurban
FALLS; SHOULDER BROKEN cars the Rock Island S5uthern has.
' IWhile a "T"' rail would no doubt be
Mrs. Jlcgitia I'lka Victim of Slippery ! preferable, yet he big cats are run
Walk. over the girder rails without damage
father, E. P. Corbin. had Wt standing
by the kitchen door, upon returning
from a hunt.
NEW MEAT MARKET
Voum for lluKiuci.
J. T. Moore will open a first class
meat market at 1230 Thirtieth street,
Tuesday, Jan. 21, with a choice lino
of fresh and salt meat, poultry and
game fish and oysters In sason.
Y'our patronage solicited. Orders
promptly delivered. Phone West loiJU.
property owners who had signed the
petition joined later in a protest
looked them over and told them to
get out of town and never return.
j against the issuing of the license by ( To see that they left the city the two
the mayor. The latter has had the officers were detaiied to accompany
matter under advisement for some 'them as far as the Twenty-fourth
.days. Alderman Holzhammer and; street bridge.
Mr. Krueger gave out the following J STAii r hack at o e.
statement today: ; The crowd marched up to the
JEALOUSY IS THE REASON
lievaiiio Imbued With Idea That His
Wife Is Xot True to Him
To the Voters of the City of Rock Is
land: I, the undersigned, submit myself
as a candidate for commissioner, rub
Jrct to your approval at th primary to
be held Feb. 2S. 1911." If nominated and
elected. I will look after the city's af-
'So much has been said about this! bridge two abreast with an officer ! falrs with 'he ame interest as I would
petition for a saloon that the follow- j ahead and behind. The march con
ing statement is made for the benefit i tinued over the first bridge to the
of the public; Rock Island arsenal, where the
"A petition was circulated and sign-: authority of the local police ends.
ed in good faith by a majority of the! The hoboes walked on a short dTs-
j property owners for a saloon, on tbe tance and then half a dozen of them
.property of John Holzhammer on the! broke away from the main crowd and
Istreet. Petition was published in with the apparent intention of re
Paul Foeke. who for some time j daily papers and later some names I turning to Rock Island over the rail
Jiast has been the proprietor of a sa-' were withdrawn for different reasons! road bridge. Officer Fitzgerald not
loon on Twenty-fourth street at 'showing that the petition did not meet ! iced what they were upto and started
Fourth avenue and who has figured! with the approval of the majority of ' after them. He succeeded in f right-! bufln's
In several cases in -the police cotrt j the signers. Therefore we wish to in- J ening all but one of them Into return- j w)n giY'e
my own business or private affairs.
Trusting: that I will receive your sup
port. I am, yours very truly.
IXiCIS C. PFOH.
Mrs. Regina I'tka. 1125 Fourth ave
nue, fell on a slippery walk in front of
her home yesterday and received a
fracture of the left shoulder joint.
to either the ars or the track.
OTIIKRS 11-: TH M 010IKH.
In other cities In Iowa, and Illinois,
it has also been learned interurban
John Marron. Mil Fourth avenue. J companies avoid trouble from the elec
fell on an fey Walk and sustained pain-Uric current by fitting their cars with
ful bruises that will lay lum tip sev-1 transformers so that the switc hing of
Two Fire Runs.
Burning soot from chimneys
caused two runs for the fire depart
ment yesterday. The flrttt was at
":20 to the State bank building. The
other was at 11:50 last night to the
Hall Atkins restaurant. I!2S Third
avenue. In neither case was then;
Killed by Own Gun.
Illoomington. 111.. Jan. 21. I.ouU
a lever bv a motorman will throw them ! Mark, proprietor of a bake ry, was foui d
C. C. Taylor. 911 Fifteenth street,
sprained his left hand when he fell on
a walk near bis home.
in or out of use, making it possible to? dead yeMerday In a flld near
HOME FUND IS
To the Voter of Rock Iflaii.l: 1 here
by announce myself as a candidate for
commissioner at the nominating- pri
mary, Ket. 28. I was born In Rock Is
land and have resided here all my life, j Seventeenth street
operate the car. with cither a direct or
There Is no disposition to compel the
STARTED (Southern to use the tracks of the Tri -j
city uanway company, ana, in ract, i
Mayor .McCaski-in Heads ist With a I it is doubtful if the latter Is anxious to j
Donation of S?."0. ; handle the interurban cars. So far n t
Mayor George W. McCaskrin ; The Argus is concerned, it would be j
started a fund today for the purchas- ( glad to see the Interurban company!
ing of a permanent Association house 'get a line of its? own into the heart of'
such as is being carried on now by j the city, either via Firt avenue or 1
the Associated Charities. As was !over some other route. The main thing ,
recently related In i ne Argus the Is to bring the big cars directly into
lease on the present ouarters on the business district. That's what the
will soon expire ! neoDle want and do petty obstacles'
a cidrntaliy shot
by his own gun.
Kor the pat 1 years I have been inan(i jt , understood that there will! should be allowed to stand in the way.
in tne last few weeks, was adjudged form the public that we have with-
insane yesterday afternoon in the drawn the petition for such saloon."
county court by a commission con- j JOHN' HOLZHAMMER
sisting of Prs. J. R. Hollowbush and i CHARLES KRl'EGER.
V.. L. Eyster and Judge R. W. Olm-i
sted. The Judge ordered him com
mitted to Watertown.
Foeke apparently had become In-
ing to the avenue and continuing on
their way to Davenport. The excep
tion was a tall fellow, who defiantly
the retail drug- business. For 10 of thos
years I have been located In the Sixth
ward, my present place of residence and
If chosen for commissioner. I
my entire time to the work of
the city. A. J. RIESS.
be difficulty fn renewing it because
of the desire of the owners of the MnRC DAY-ACYfilLCWTCDO ! i
property to soil. The raaror'i dona
tion to the fund was a check for $50
To the Voters of Rock Island I will
More Candidates Announced.
Two more candidates for nomina-
refused to heed the calis of the of-i be a candidate for nomination com-! tlou as commissioners were announc
peer. The latter took after him and j misioner at the primary in this eity
a merrv chase ensued. The pursu-! ?cb- 2S- 1 'm no' ""vlnx a assistant
ing Officer yelled to Officer Furlong ch,ef of the Rock IsIand nr depart
ed today. They are K. C. Berry and
Harry Payne, both of whom secured
petitions from (he city cierk and
nane through jealousy of his wife. Robert Mitchell left this morning and meet the bum and head him off, j
'but as It would have required a pair;
to run around over the main bride i menl- na nave Deen a"" wun tne started mem in circulation.
. . . . ... dena rt ment 1 1 veers. I have been a In.
On three .different oecas'ons he had i for a isit in Chicago.
made believe he was going to com-! Miss Frieda ScLoenig
nut suicide, each time in a different ! morning for a vis't with
manner. A month ago the trouble ' at Hillsdale.
started wnen Mrs. Foeke danced with
payer many years and have my home in
left this ' 'ings to enable him to do this,
relatives ifficer FurIonsT failed and the result
' was that the big fellow beat Officer
i Fitzgerald over the bridge and re-
a young fellow who as at a dance J , "'il,iaiu Emf jf toniht for St-1 gained the confines of the city
given at the saloon. Foeke assault-
;Ix;iis to attend the annual convention!
ed the young man and a light ensued
which the police interrupted. Foeke
of the Customs Cutters of America,
and will be awav 10 days.
DRl .VK ;IVEt TROI BI.K.
I Officer Dennis Bennett had a reg
iular battle last nieht with Fd Kollp
plead guilty to a charge of disor-i Marion Humphreys arrived !a fellow who got a load of booze
derly conduct and was fined $25 and ) home this morning from Hamlet. !aboard and then started to make
costs. j where he assisted during the eek jtroubIc Kelly objected to being ar-
bkc oviks MKLAxruotv. 1 in conducting evangelistic services, j rested and be 8tatfd his objections
Foeke at once became suspicious! Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Seaver and jn a very forcible manner, but Officer
ci mo ne ana snowed signs or jeai-:sons. i-ester ana Douglas, wiil.Eennett was too much for him. and!
onsy wnenever she spoke to another ; leave tomorrow for their home at ; when
man. She was constantly thrown j Moorehead, Minn., after a visit of 'went a!
w ith them, however, at the saloon four weeks at the home of Mrs. Sea-: ing be
at the dam.es which are held there, j ver's sister, Mrs. O. L. Bruner. city.
the Sixth ward.
2513 Seventh avenue.
East Moline Burglaries.
The Haegeman & DeDunker gro
cery. 1130 First avenue. East Moline,
Another Consignment Sliipwl I'roiu j
Cincinnati Factory. j
J. (i. Huntoon, general superinten- I
dent of the Tri-City Railway company.
today received word that another ton- ,
signment of pay-as-you -nier enra, to.
be put in service on lcral lines, had
been shipped from the factory of thej
Cincinnati Car company.
1 fcESSj Nf
To the Voters of Rock Island: I here
by announce myself as a candidate for
commissioner at the nominating pri
mary, Feb. 28.
ALEXANDER J. DE SOLAXD.
71 Twenty-third street-
To the Voters of Rock Is'and: I here
by announce myself a candidate for com-
St. John's Branch W. C. U.
St. John s branch, Western Catholic-
and the Vandamme saloon, next door, union wfli hold a meeting tomorrow
were burglarized last night. At the afternoon at 4 o'clock at Columbia Jial'.
grocery $6 and an overcoat were taken.
At the saloon the Intruders had a meal
and took a few bottles of whisky.
The party who obtained hat and ov
ercoat by mistake at Industrial Home
Notice to Public.
After Jan. 21st, Sitli' & Stahmer,
corner of Seventh avenue and Seven
teenth street will be located at 51
Seventeenth street with a full line of j
fine groceries and delicai-ssan. Two-
Tito only baking powder,
matfo from Royal Qrapo
Oream of Tartar
en- j pT"
i hum mil
r'5l:rr :z lz. n:,i fi f r, Friday v:enine J? n-20-Is known .and I one.. we.t west 12
.,.; ir.mnt-s ui unless tne articles are returned at
r!b;K;! i7Ltb?'."!rurarCt? V? once to Industrial Home, Rock Island.
ov iiiti 1 u ic iorcii A3 I lit: ill i II trr 13 in
the ruction was over. Kelly nfl irpoin: them m y efforts to fl .
long very quietly. Th's morn-! ' th? a "onoiDic srn ' signed JOHV S Cl
, . . , ment. Xoua-h said. I 'gneo jut-ir . M
as ordered to get out of the; jonas be vr I Rock Icland Industris
Starts to College; Elopes.
D'xon. 111.. Jan. 21. Miss Mar-
llorle Vail, daughter of Morrison II. I
M OR LEY. Agt. ' A. Vail
rial Home assoc!-som eloped
ii. in., .Jan. . ,i .iA I - j
ail. daughter of Morrison II. if
of this city and Merton Kan-, I
oped to Washington. D. C. , I-
Reunion of Tri-CIly
Wednesday, Jan. 2-1, at the
ltMk l.lao.i Kink. Two
lul, cont'utuiUM limbic-
Q Eic-atee&ta street.
tand were married on Jau.