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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1911.
GAMS COME BACK;
SHERIFF IN RAID
Turf Has Layout All Ready for
Operation When Inter
rupted by Officers.
TOOLS ARE CONFISCATED
old VBlue Goose" saloon on First ave
nue, George Marshall, the colored
proprietor. Insisted that beyond
'rollin de bones on de floor" there
was no gambling going on and a
i search failed to show any tools. The
I same condition was found to be true
at the Lincoln club (colored) on
Fifth avenue and Twenty-sixth
HAD PAID FOR PHOTECTIOS.
Sheriff Bruner said today to a
l representative of The Argus: "It was
! plain to me that the gamblers had
been assured by some parties that
I the storm was over and that they
! mizht start operating again. I am
Bruner Reminds Fraternity That His of the opinion that some one is get-
Iting paid for protection of the gam
blers, but money so expended is lost
ENGINE KILLS A
Tonyoner Posquate Walks
Front of Moving Locomo
tive at Roundhouse.
BOTH OF LEGS SEVERED
Former Orders Mast Re Re
spected to Letter.
because I intend to keep the city
rid of public or tool gambling. I
spoke to several of the gamblers and
asked them why they persisted in try
ing to keep their games going here
after the orders I had given them to
i Saturday night at 9:30 Sheriff O.
Lk Bruner and Deputies George Sie
ro on and Walter Klttilsen made a
raid of the gambling. Joints of the
city which confirmed information
which the sheriff had received to the
effect that the fraternity had return-
u.. ij uu reu, 10 re- ,f tfa flld -t before.-.
frame operations again. It will be "
remembered that two months ago ;
bhernff Bruner ordered the gentry to
pack up and get out, as there was
to be no more pnblic or tool gam
bling In Rock Island. That he meant !
what he said then was shown by the i
manner in which he has since kept j Frank
his eyes on the situation. Sheriff i
Bruner watched them so closely that
he knew within half an hour as to
when they planned to start up
FIVDS TOOL AT TURF". !
At 9:30 the sheriff and his sub-j
ordinates left the New Harper. !
where they had met under orders
from the former, and they proceeded
to the Turf saloon on Eighteenth
Expires Few Hoars After Accident at
Moline City Hospital Widow
and Children In Italy.
Tonyoner Posquate. an employe at
the Rock Island roundhouse in Silvis, j court
died yesterday afternoon at 1:5') at the
at the Simon Lewis wholesale liquor
house, who was given a hearing be
fore Magistrate C. J. Smith on a
charge of assault and battery Satur
day afternoon, was found guilty and
fined $100 and costs, the maximum for
! such an offense. The complaining wit
ness was Miss Sarah Hershberg, who
w as formerly employed at the same es
tablishment as cashier. In her testi
mony Miss Hershberg stated that
Lippman had struck her in the face a
week ago, and that as a result she had
been confined by illness. She also
stated that Lippman had used insult
ing words in addressing her, and had
been indecent in other ways. With the
exception of the matter in regard to
slapping Miss Hershberg, the other
witnesses corroborated her testimony
Lippman denied all the charges. After
' the magistrate imposed the fine Lipp
man took an appeal to the circuit
74 NAMES GO ON
Time for Filing of Petitions Ex
pires at 6 O'clock This
TEN ASPIRE TO BE MAYOR
Four Candidates for Commissioners
Register Their Papers With
City Clerk Today.
All candidates for the offices of max;
i or and commissioner under the com-
get out. One of them told me that the Moline city hospital as the result of ln-; DAM lilAY QTATIflM
'word has been passed along thatjjuries received a few hours previous i IlMI L If M I OIHIIUIl
things were fixed again and that they I when he was run over by an engine
! might start up. They all know bet- Posquate stepped down from a cinder
i pit in front of the locomotive. Before i
WIFE ACCUSES HER
Brewer, Alleged to Have
Threatened Murder, IHsappears
' he was able to move from its path he , umjaj. Gains
naa oeen ieuea to tne grouna, aim ;
! was thrown in such a way that the
wheels of the two rear trucks of the .
tender passed over his body, and sev- j
mission form of government who want
to get their names on the primary bal
lot to be voted on Feb. 23, must have
Al IY1ILAN nUBRED theIr Petitions filed in the city clerk's!
office by 6 o'clock this evening. Five
additions to the list were made today.
all of them being candidates for the of- j
We Make Shirt and Collar r
Work Our Specialty and
Entrance at Noon
While Agent Is at His Home
Fating His Lunch.
1808 Third Ave. Old phone 237
Muscatine, Feb. 13. A sensation
was created in the town of Fairport
when Mrs. Nina Brewer preferred i
charges against her brother-in-law, j
Frank Brewer, charging him with a j
serious crime. The woman alleges j
thnt hfr brother-in-law assaulted her
street between First and Second ave- a r aR(J last December and threat
nues. In a back room about 20 men , f tQ kU, ber if sne ever told on j
were gathered. Sheriff Bruner walk- h,m phe Hved In deadiy fear that
ed in and said: "Hello, boys, I want ( he would keep his promise until yes
to go upstairs." Philip Schaum. who terdav when tne situation grew un
has an interest In the bar, thereupon bearable and she told her husband,
stepped forward and produced keys j A warrant waa SWOrn out in Mus
and led the way for the Viree of-: ,ne and paced in the hands of
fleers. The tecond floor, where the . Rh r)ff -.-anntta Brewer, however, i
gamDung was earriea on Derore, was
apparently all fixed to resume oper
ations. It was brilliantly lighted,
and there was a hard coal stove in
the middle of the door fairly glow
ing a welcome. A crap table was
all ready for v.orU and piled up on
it were 200 chips. A poker table
with a "kilty" was also ready for
business ar.d in the room were the
parts of faro, poker, roulette and
craps tables and everything that goes
to make up a first class gambling es
tablishment. C fKISCATE P4HAPHHRS I.IA.
The sheriff at once declared the j
stuff confiscated and placed iJeputyj
Klttilsen In charge of it with or-j
ders to have an express wagon haul I
it away to the jail, where it is now. ;
ered both legs 10 nches below the j
trunk of the body. A. W. Abrams was J
in charge of engine Xo. 1C79 which ran !
over the man. He stated that because ;
of the steam and smoke at the cinder 1
pit he was unable to see the man in ,
time to avert the accident. j
FAMILY I ITALY.
fice of commissioner. They were E. C.
Berry, Ed Conert, John Mager,-V. L. As
The depot of the Rock Island road at .terand Harry Payne. The listcontainsat
Milan was broken into this noon hv . present 7i names and it is not likely
robber, who stole $1G from the cash
left about 12 o'clock to get his lunch
at his home In Milan. He was ETn i
At the inquest a verdict of accident-1 over an hour, there being no need for j
al death was returned. Deceased wasjinis presence again at the depot until!
40 years of age and a native of Italy. : about 1:30. when the train to Peoria!
that there will be any more. The
names of the candidates are Drir.ted
drawer while me agent was absent. beIow in lhe positon they will appear
Edward Rhoadarmer, the station agent, Jon the primary ballot.
ert J. Tears. A. X. Rylandcr, T. E. I days each on charges of 'mooching.
Rosborough. W. L. Straw, A. O. j They were begging on the streets -Swanson.
Frank P. Styvaert, E. H. terday and when their re.iuets for
Sleight, A. C. Stouffer. Theodore ' money were not heeded they became
Truxell, Harry C. Thompson. Joseph j abusive and caused so much trouble
rilnian, K. I. Willis. X. R. Zeigler. that complaint were mude agalust
He had only been in this country 10
months. He leaves a widow and two
children in his native land.
j got wind of hi3 impending arrest and
i took across the river into the Illi
nois bottoms. He awakened his em
ployer about 1 o'clock in the morn
ing and said he had to have some
money as his mother was ill and no
doctor would trust him. He drew
$4 and went from there directly
across into Illinois.
The little town is much exercised
! over the latest denoument. having
furnished sensations galore in the
last few years.
Alderman J. C. Simser in Pub
lic Apology to His Asso
ciates in Council.
GOES INTO THE RECORDS
iK-cIares He Knows of So Shady
Transaction Involving Mem
bers of City Assembly.
from Rock Island was due. When he i
returned about that time he found that
the place had been broken into. There
is no clew to the robber.
At a special meeting of the city
council Saturday nighi. the "Jackpot"
episode opened by Alderman J. C. Sim
ser when he stated at the beginning of
the week that he had"een offered a
share of $250 which he said was rais
ed to stop a certain report which was
Mil. II.HEI.MI MKLl'IIOIIl.
Mrs. Wilhelmina Melchoir, mother
of Mrs. John O'Neil, 1725 Twentieth j to be made to the council in regard to
Schaum said, sarcastically: "Take -street, a. ul.v ,.lu.u.u8 c. tne purcnase or lire nose, was omciai
the pictures off the wall and the car- ! o'clock at the O'Xell residence after an Iy broUght to a close when the alder
rets if you want them." to which , Illness of several months of intirmaties , mau presented a written apology ex
Sheriff Bruner replied: "Now, Pete, of age. Mrs. Melchoir was born May onerating all his colleagues and all
you don't seem to appreciate being j 6, 1S2C. at Muhlheim, Germany, being city officials from the reflections which
well treated. I gave you orders to ; or uutch parentage anu a tiescenaeni , they felt had been cast upon them by
cet out and stay out. I am going of the royal house or DeKeuter
to take Just the gambling parapher-; ly after her marriage to Mr. Melchoir,
nalla. The rest of it probably be-1 in 1S52, she came to this country, and
longs to you. I don't want it." j for years resided in Trempealeau, Wis.
From the Turf Sheriff Bruner and After the death of Mr. Melchoir, in
Deputy Siemon hurried to the rooms! 1881, she carne to Rock Island, and
over the Diamond saloon. 1815 Sec- since that time had made her home
ond avenue. To all appearances with her daughter. Deceased is sur
there was nothing doing there and;vlvtd by six children, Mrs. J. M. Bix
I'.ttle time was wasted after it w as by, Chicago; Mrs. J. A. O'Neil, Rock
learned for a fact that the rooms ; isiatjd Mrs . Tillie Pilgerrun, Portland,
contained nothing but a ca-d table. ,ore.; A. Melchoir, Alberton, Mont.;
waiting foh thk woru. ; Mrs. .1. H. Weist. Portland, and Mrs.
At the A. W. Blllburg saloon on : W. C. Anderson. Flint, Mich. Funeral
Twentieth street between Second and ' services were held this morning at 9
Third avenues, Sheriff "Bruner en-; oclock at St. Joseph s church and
countered about a dozen gamblers j were conducted by Rev. William
who were standing around the bar. , cioary, assistant pastor of the church,
apparently awaiting the word to start j xhe remains were taken over theBur
their game. Billburg was out and Ungum road to Trempealeau, Wis.,
his partner, H. E. MeBrlde. tooK tne j wbere burial will be in the Melchoir
I family lot. The remains were accom
panied 'by Mr. and Mrs. O'Neil.
sheriff to the rooms upon the latter's
request. All the way up the stairs
MeBrlde assured Sheriff Bruner that
there was nothing doing and that he
had Just got back from Chicago.
Nevertheless the rooms were nicely
lighted up. and although there were
no gambling tools in evidence the
sheriff was suspicious and he gave
some positive orders to MeBrlde be
fore continuing on his way. At the
So ci al Events
MUSICAL CLUB PROGRAM.
THE ROCK ISLAXD MUSICAL
club will hold a meeting tomorrow at
ernoon at the New Harper. The pro
gram will be given by the ladies' chor
us under the direction of Mrs. Edla
Lund and will be assisted by Miss Iva
Pearce, reader and Mrs. D. G. Hayes,
Jr., contralto. The program follows:
"Clover", "Yellow Daisy", "Bluebell"
Mrs. H. H. A. Beach
Contralto sclo, "The Lorelei" Liszt
"Rosemarie" Gerrit Smith
(A plant growing upon the rocky
coast of Brittany, and nourished by
the dews and night mists.)
Reading, "The Hour-Glass"
William Butler Yeats
Chorus, "The Snow" Ed Elgar
Violins, Miss Williams, Mrs. Friesiat-
Contralto solo, "Night in Nai.shapur"
"Long, Long Ago", "In the City of
Mlsgar", "The Moon Has Long
Since Wandered", "The Farewell"
Chorus "Carmena" ..H. Lane Wilson
KITCHEN SHOWER. -
MRS JACOB MAIER GAVE A
his statements. It was accepted after
some discussion. Simser had Intimat
ed in his first statement that other
members of the council had also been
annrnarhpd with offers of a sharp in
the Jackpot. The report in question kitchen shower Thursday afternoon
was a joint one from the fire and light in honor of Miss Hattie Holmes of!
and finance committees. These had Reynolds, 111., whose marriage to!
agreed to recommend that the hoee be ' John Johnson of Milan takes place!
brought from a certain company. This , net week. The wedding colors.'
report carrying the recommendation j Pink anl white, were used in dec-!
was never made, and Simser intimat-1 oratin8 the table. The bride-to-be,
ed a reason when he told of the offer received many pretty and useful!
Sundance Cour, guaranteed,
per sack $1.39
Fresh dairy butter,
per pound 24c
Gold Dust, regular 2 5c pack
age, new style, priced . . 19c
Rumford baking powder,
per pound can 21c
Swift baking powder,
per pound can . 10c
20 Mule Team borax,
pound package 121C
Pancake flour, two
Lulu cleaner, per can
per package 6c
Rural New York potatoes,
per bushel 65c
Our whole stock at reduced
FIXERAL OF J. S. RHl'DE.
Funeral services over the remains of
John H. Rhude will be conducted at the
Boies undertaking rooms in Davenport
tomorrow afternoon at 2. Burial will
be in Oakdale cemetery. For 25 years
Mr. Rhude had been a passenger con
ductor on the Rock Island, making his
home in this city until four years ago,
when he retired from railroad work
and removed to a farm Just north of
8 ; Davenport. He was born in Brooklyn,
iub, ucu , no was married 10
Miss Anna Sparrows in Davenport,
Nov. 28, 188S. Mr. Rhnde Is survived
by his widow, two daughters, Ethel
and Blanche,- Rock Island, and two sis
ters. Mrs. Sarah McElrath and Miss
Bessie Rhude, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
presents. Mrs. Ma.er served a de
licious lunch. The out of town guests
were Mrs. Ira Damp of Aledo, Mrs.
Charles Ohms and daughter, Alma,
of Andalusia, Mrs. L. E. Wiedemann
and Mrs. C. Lage of Moline.
BANQUET AND DANCE.
TOMORROW NIGHT. AT THE j
New Harper, will be given the annual:
banquet and dance arranged jointly by i
Allouez council. No. 658, Knights of ;
; Columbus, and Madonna court. No. 48
Mr. Simser's apology which closed
the matter and quieted the mayor's
announced intention of having him
ousted from the council, was as fol
lows: Relative to the statements made by
me at the regular meeting of the city
council Feb. 6, 1911, concerning the
attempted influencing of the action of
the council in the purchase of fire
uj ue i mUUT7. i uD...c "'j Daughters of Isaoella. The banquet
state that in making the statements 1 , w, be 8rved at 7:30 ,n thft ,arge gec.
uiu i acitHi uasuiy ana wiiuoui uue
consideration as to their effect. I real
ize now that I made a mistake, and I
desire now to ask the pardon of this
body. To those members of the coun
I ask this council to accept this pub
lic apology for the statements made.
I ask that this be filed by the clerk,
and that the council direct it to , be
spread on the minutes of this meeting.
I deelre to repeat what I have here
tofore stated, that I have no charees
against any member of the council or
any official of the city in connection
with the recent purchase of fire hose
by the city council.
J. C SIMSER.
VISIT XEW KILTER.
The council visited the new filter
in Reservoir park Saturday after
noon In order to inspect it before
it is finally accepted from the Pitts
burg Filter Manufacturing com-
For the benefit of the coun
four of the six filter units
It is understood the Bridge line will j were pressed into service and were
ond floor dining hall. There will be
dancing from 8:30 to 12.
HUMANE SOCIETY MEETING.
THE LADIES OF THE HUMANE
j NEW SERVICE TAKES WELL
j Iay-a-yu-enter ir Placed on the
$ j Third Avenue I,ine.
fi : The inauguration of pay-as-you-enter
O ' car service on the Third avenue line
same satisfaction all around that at
tended the introduction cf this type
of tars on Fourth avenue. Everybody inariY-
j was pleased with the innovation. cilmen
who feel my remarks to be a per- society w! meet to sew at Afisoci.
al reflection I hereby apologize, and ( at,on housP( c?- Seventeenth street,
Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 5
o'clock. Coffee and cake will be serv
ed during the afternoon and those in
terested in the work of the society
are asked to attend.
j be converted with the next batch, and
j then the plan will spread gradually to
.. all the lines in Davenport-
lcake flour, two O . -- , m
25c b; Personal Points
SIEG H ARTNER
Strictly Cash Grocers
930 Third Ave.
run for about an hour during which
time they saw the working of al! the
machinery. The filter could not be
kept running, however, because there
is still some work to be done. It is
hoped that the plant will be in oper
ation by Wednesday It wae pointed
out to the aldermen Saturday that
they must not look for instantaneous
results when the machinery is start
ed. Because of the fact that raw
water fresh from the river has been
in the mains for months, it will take
some time for the filtered water to
clean the pipes out so that the wa
ter at the final outlet will be per
fectly clear. It is estimated that it
will require two weeks for this.
CUBS AND SOCIALS PARTY.
THE CUBS AND SOCIALS WILL
give a private dancing party at Elks'
hall Monday evening Feb. 27. Charles
Wheelan, Elmer Schuck, Carl Krell
and Harry Hoffman compose the com
mittee in charge. The Criterion or
chestra will give the dance program.
THE MIRAPOSA GIRLS HAVE is
sued cards to a prlva'e dancing party
to be given at Elks' hall Tuesday eve
nng Feb. 21. Bleuer's orchestra will
give the dance program.
! Joseph Frankhouser arrived home last
t night from Churdan. Iowa, where he
j was called by the death of his broth
I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCrory. 921
'Twenty-first street, arrived home last
j night from Excelsior Springs. Mo.,
; where they spent three months. Mr.
j McCrory's health is greatly Im
j R. C. Smedley and Wyman J. Beards-
' j ley arrived home at noon today from
i Freeport. where they attended the an-
nua! sessions of the state Y. M. C. A.,I Fined 100 for Assaulting r.h ' eranil inrv
FIRE IN M. TAXMAN HOME
Overheated Hot Air Flue Results in
Damage of 10O.
Max Taxman's residence at COS
Twenty-sixth street was damaged by
fire which broke out this afternoon ati
2 o'clock and which was caused by an j
overheated hot air flue leading f rom j
the furnace to the second floor. The !
Edward H. Guyer.
James B. Lidders.
W. H. Ludewig.
"'George Washington McCaskrin.
Milton l Morrill.
Harry M. Schriver.
John K. Scott.
Charles M. Souders.
Oscar E. Apple.
William l Aster.
Jack C. Auld.
E. C. Berry. ,
Frank H. Bertelsen.
Frank W. Blochlinger.
William H. Bolles.
Leon N. Bourdeau.
Edward H. Bowman.
P. J. Carlson.
C. L. Carpenter.
James W. Cavanaug".
Frank L. Curnyn.
James R. Darnell.
J. Stuart Dart.
Alexander De Soland.
Joseph J. Doering.
Henry J. Frick.
Cyrus D. Gordon.
Charles E. Grove.
George W. Henry.
Orrin S. Holt.
A. O. Huff.
Hamlin H. Hull.
Albert W. Johnson.
Nicolai E. Juhl.
S. Alexander LaVanway.
John G. Leaf.
J. F. C. Ludolph.
Arthur N. McNeill.
Milton L. Morrill.
John A. Murrln.
George P. Nissen.
Louis C. Pfoh.
L. A. Polland.
Eugene V. Ramser.
Robert R. Reynolds.
A. J. RieiS.
H. H. Robb.
Benjamin E. Robb.
Martin T. Rudgren.
George L. Schmid.
Charles J. Smith.
John T. Stephens.
Lawrence O. Swamon.
Alfred W. Tanner.
Charles L. Thompson.
J. W. Van Arsdel.
John R. Warner.
Henry C. Wehling.
Charles C. Wilson.
Samuel R. Wright.
MOI.I.VK S AMII1HTE LIST.
All of Moline's candidates under
the commission form bad their nom
ination papers filed with the citv
clerk at midnight Saturday. Mayor
Andrew Olson filed his petition Sat
urday. He is seeking reelection.
His opponents for the mayoralty
nomination are M. R. Carlson, Elmer
E. Morgan, Dr. R. C. Meyer. John F.
Rose, R. A. Douglass. Thomas A.
Kelso, A. H. Mertz. The candidates
for commissioners are: Clark G. An
derson, Albin Anderson, Oscar Ab
raham, F. W. Anderson, C'laus An
derson, Alvin H. Anderson. Fred A.
3urgston. Gust Berglund, Charles E.
Benell. Thomas Burtchael, O. M. Ili
sant. H. F. Claussen. A. C. Cross
well, William Carstens, Frank Ceder-
ROBBED IN HOTEL
Thomas Lincoln, Marion, Iowa,
Farmer, Claims to Have
TWO MEN ARE ARRESTED
But for Lack of Evidence They Are
Released hy Police Authori
ties Other Xewi.
"Piggy" Stork and Charles Carver,
both of whom were arrested by the
police and held on suspicion of having
robbed Thomas Lincoln of Marion.
$15 Friday night while the latter was
asleep at the Commercial hotel, on
Market square, have been released for
lack of sufficient evidence. Lincoln re
ported to the police Saturday that he
had been rolled the night before. He
said he was on his way to Peoria and
had stopped off here for the night. He
became acquainted with Garver in a
saloon and they had a number of
drinks together. Finally Garver took
Lincoln to a room in the Commercial
hotel. The Iowan states that he waa
intoxicated at the time. He placed his
est containing his bank roll under Ills
pillow, and when he was awakened in j
the morning it was gone. Garver was I
arrested, but he satisfied the police '
and Assistant State's Attorney H. M.
Schriver that he had not taken the
money. His testimony given later im
plicated the Stork boy, who has a long
record In the police court, and lhe lat
ter admitted after many denials that
he was at the hotel and had even open
ed the door Into Lincoln's room, hut
no proof that he had entered could be
fecured and he had to be releasfd, as
DRI NK ARE FIVEII.
John Harper went down to lhe coun
ty jail for a l(May stay. John had Im
bibf d too freely and he was drunk and
disorderly on the streets yesterday.
I):ui Casey for a similar off nso drew
a 20-day sentence. He, too. was ar
restfd Sunday. Robert Anderson aul
W. R. Bland were snt down ior 10
CONVENTION TO CHICAGO
Independent Order of Viking F.imN
MfeUng tu flin.
Chicago was chosen for the place
of the 1912 convention of the Inde
pendent Order of Vikings at the an
nual meeting which was brought to
a close In Mol'ne yesterday. Th
convention for next year waa want
ed in Aurora and Waukegan. but
these two cities gave way to
delegation from the Windy city.
Condition Still Precarious.
The condition of Mrs. George Tut
berry of Silvis. who Saturday at
tempted to take her life by slashing
her throat with a razor, is reported
slightly improved today. Iler con
dition Is still precarious.
news an the time Tho
How you make if- no
matter how you like it
no matter wbat it co3ts,
you can't beat j .
ICE CREAM, BREAD,
ROLLS AND CAKES,
PIES AND PASTRY
DKLIVKKILS KVKHY II.W
17KM7IH Kecond Avenue.
FLOWERS HAKE A CLASSY VALENTINE
Why not break away from th( time honon-d
custom of sending aIn'ln-H of the ll.al pi;n-r
and c'l inlaid var ieties and h Ml a lahy lni'i l
We Hre making a special effort to pl-asc you
this year In t li t? way tit cut fl wth arid h;n- lu
stock a lare , riety of va!cntiii; ptt k'ng I men.
We offer yo.i the follow iun llt of flowers fi
choose from. Any of them appropriate for val
tntirie day and iirnt claas stock:
li te l.ilaei . 4 ,"
Mill., of the Valley
Place your order early.
HENSLEY, Flor ist
OM Phorx l.VU :UUf TwrntJi-tri St-
k ' " I . J ,wms 8 L- Eastman. Charles Eckatrom
uuiuru luruuju suu mere M B1SO 8 j Ej
Jloss on personal property which will
bring the damage to 1100
LIPPMAN APPEALS CASE
: association. A. D. Hermann arrived
Held for Larceny.
Roland Hicks waa held under bonds
of $o00 this morning by Police Magis
trate C. J. Smith on charges of larceny.
His case is to be taken up by the next
He is alleged to have sto-
Iund, F. J. Ganz, Frank Gustaf-
son, C. F. Grantz, Henry Hoffman,
Louis F. Haemer. Fritz H. Hedin.
Charles Holmgren, Louis O. Jahns,
C. V. Johnson, Charles E. Kneberg,'
George T. Kemmerling, George A.
Lovejoy. Peter Lacgbehn. Jr., W. A.
McBeth, John H. MeBrlde, August
Melin. Harry A. Melin, L. P. Kelson.
Nela Nelson, Pe:er Nelson, Em!l E.
oOOOOOOOCCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO i home Saturday night.
WW 1 . . . . - . -
nrmiwrS M several yaras 0I eicDroiaery rrom NyQuist. Gottfried Nelson. Nfc Peter,
Benjamin LJppman, chipping clerk the Fire and Ten Cect store. lSam E. Peterson, John Pearson. Rob-
You can still find a fair selection in furs. A liberal discount. It
pays to buy now. Rome furs have been made up since the Crct of
the year. Can make your selection now pay a deposit on same
nd we will ! for you during the summer. Everything lu the
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1019 Second Avenue.
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