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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1012.
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wash It like a china plate.
very heavy and durable
a magnificent bed ....
50c a week.
NEVER WERE BEDS
A full carload
Heavy Two-Inch Seamless
and Jolntleee eteel tubing, 7 heavy
fillers, cornea In white, blue, green and
Vernle Martin flnlehee. We guaran
tee the finish of these beds not to
crack or peel off a very heavy and
auraoie Dec win last
a life time and our
price la only
$1.00 down, 60c a week.
A Rich Looking Brass Bed
at a email price heavy -2lnch brass
tubing, heavy flllere and maaslve
husks and mounts, this bed Is sold as
a spsclal leader at a more advanced
price than we ask Come and see this
Bed, we know you
will MVe It and the
price le only
$1.00 down, 50c a week
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60c a weu
Full Size Heavy Brass Bed.
Two-inch posts, heavy fillers, satin or bright finish.
This is not a cheap bed in the literal sense of the
word; it is made to sell for more, but Summerfield's
share their pood things with their patrons. Come now
and buy a durable guaranteed brass bed QQ Qr
for the price of an iron one. Only v0D
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IS ALL YOU NEED
A Rich Bed, Tastefully
Decorated In a durable Vemla Matt In
finishlarge brass rods and spindle
give K an attractive appear
chilla and eonneotlons
are In solid gold bronxe.
Our special price Is
60c a week.
See This Beautiful Bed and
Buy It all popular shades heavy and
massive broad decorated panels,
flowers, etc the finish le guaranteed
not to chip or oome off the bed la ae
strong It will never wabble one of
60c a week.
' A Novelty This Season,
Stands 68 Inchea high. Comes In Ver
nle Martin and colore. One of the
most elghtly and pleasing beds we
have ever seen. This bed must be
seen to be appreciated. All tubing Is
bed le etrong
given away absolute
ly free with every
purchase of $50 or
over, cash or credit.
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Set consists of Ebon
oid Mirror, Bnsh,
Comb, File, Button
er, Cuticle Knifd,
Buffer and Rouge
and Cream Jar, all in
a beautiful morocco
line silk-lined case. A
valuable and costly
souvenir. Get one as
the supply is limited.
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$1.00 a week
A Great Combination Offer.
Consisting of one T-Ball heavy brass bed, two-inch
posts, heavy fillers, strong, rigid mounts and husks;
one all-iron spring, sanitary and clean, no chance for
verinin; one soft cotton top mattress well made, plump
and firm; heavy durable ticking; our Q91 7t
price on the complete outfit VewJLaid
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MURDER TRIAL IS
ON AT CAMBRIDGE
Jury in Schroeder Case Secttred
Yesterday Afternoon at 5
TAKING TESTIMONY TODAY
11. M YiUimM Till of Trouble Be
Iwct'n Arcuocd Mn mid Mur
drrrU Igiuttz S hnildt.
CamhiidfSP. 111., Fob. 27. The taking
Cf tratimony In the Ercrst Schroeder
nurdor case was ftartrd today, the
k'ate riKtigg on its first witnessed.
The Jury a coiuplued yesterday af
ternoon shortly befote 5 o'clock, after
hlch court' ad jonrued. This morning
State's Atiorney. C. E. Sturtx made his
cjiening t t.itemeut to the Jurors, in
vhieh he presented the ease as the
f tat expec's to prove it. He recouned
the story of tho murder of Ignatz
Fihniidt at his home in Geneseo, July
i lust year, for whleb the defendant
stauds accused, telling how ou that
pvenir.K Schroeder was 6een going to
the houte several times hile diunk.
sud that while there sounds of a con
fict came from i;hin. loiter on In
te (venii'g Mr. Schmidt told a neigh
tor that Srbrooder. who, incidentally.
ua hit due gluer'g divorced husband.
Lad rssaulted Uim. In the moriiing th
old muu wn found dead, and there
was evidence that he had been struck
v kh a club.
I:t'l-:M I. AIMS lNOCECK.
AiicrLoy Charles IZ. pa!s of Oa
eteo c:ad'. the cjecii!: srnm. nt for
the deft r.dant. He dcnid guilt and
t-jld tl' Jury that ths? death was one
which could riot fairly be laid at the
door of his client from thd nature of
tUe eUdi nee that the state would pro
duce. The first w itness w as Ida Ea.ru, w ho
testified as to Schroeder'a visits at the
murdered man's house on the evening
of the murder, and also regarding the
sounds of conflict which came from
the houso and which were believed to
have been caused by Schroedpr's as
sault upon his former father-in-law.
Mabel I.iljah was the next witness.
She corroborated the testimony of Miss
Bartz and added somewhat to It
At a recess taken about noon, Attor
ney Joe Shaw of Geneseo, who is one
of the attorneys for the defendant, no
tified Judse E. C. Graves, who is pre
siding at the trial, that sickness In his
family bag made it Imperative lor him
to withdraw from the case.
Judge R. W. Olmsted Finds
That Hazel Valkolopi3 Is
Not a Delinquent.
. Lininger & Meyer vs. Hayes.
Bostock vs. Sodinl.
Dorrance vs. Ray.
City of Rock Island vs. M. I. Mor
ris, et al.
Reese vs. FennessVy, et al.
City of Rock Island vs. Anthony
Hartman executrix vs. Battles.
Konosky vs. Gross, et al.
Klepper & Hill vs. Hayes.
Anderson vs. Simon Lewis, et al.
NO JURISDICTION HERE
BIDS ARE ASKED ON
The list of provisions which will
be needed at Bethany home during
the month of March has been issued
by Mrs. J. V. Crandall, 835 Twenty
fifth street, and bids for supplying
them are asked. Bids must be in
her hands by Friday, March 1. The
list issued U as follows:
Granulated sugar, 100 pounds;
Bell coffee, 10 pounds: Postum cer
eal, five pounds; head rice, 15
pounds; tapioca, li pounds; maca-
jroni, Ebbon, 10 pounds; mild cheese.
six pounds; prunes, 25 pounds; can
ned corn, one case; canned peas, one
caee; canned tomatoes, one case;
soda crackers, cne box; ginger snaps,
cne box; Quaker Oats, 18 packages;
Cream of Wheat. 18 packages; navy
beans, one-half bushel; raisins, six
jltounds; Karo white syrup, six gal
lic ns; Sapollo. six bars; codfish, four
lounds, Ceylon tea. one pound;
fctareh, one box; Yeast Foam, four
packages; eggs, one-half case.
Marriage to Greek Is Binding and
Residence Is Now in Nebraska
Koth Are Released.
Members of the Order of the Eastern
j ' Star, Attention.
f Members of the Rock Island chap-
ter 209 are requested to assemble to
! morrow afternoon &t 1:30 at the Ma
j sonic temple to attend the funeral of
j Sister Mary Crane. The Eastern" Sur
service will follow the burial service
I at the Episcopal church.
I Signed by order of the worthy m-
The delinquency proceedings
brought against Hazel Volkolop's by
her family who wished to have her
separated from the man with whom
she fled to Lexington, Neb., and to
whom she was married there, were
today dismissed in the county court
by Judge R. W. Olmsted. The Judge
held that the state of Illinois has no
Jurisdiction over the girl inasmuch
as her husband ha3 made himself a
resident of Nebraska through' having
applied there for citizenship. Despite
the fact that she perjured herself in
obtaining a marriage license, the mar
riage once performed is Just as bind
ing as any and therefore the Judge
held that he could not take a wife
away from her husband and make her
the ward of a state in which she is not
a resident as necessarily her residence
Is where her husband's is.
ARDICTIO CHARGE DISMISSED.
Following the dismissal of this case,
the abduction case against the hus
band. William Yolkolopis In the jus-
tice court of C. J. Sc hroeder was order
ed dismissed by Assistant State's At
torney G. C. Wenger. The couple
have been released from custody and
are expected to return at once to their
new home in Lexingtcn.
MRS. LUELLA SEWARD.
COLORED M IS
Elmer Van Buren, the colored man
who was arrested in Moline several
days ago when he sent in a fire alarm
and then acted very queerly when
the firemen arrived at the call box,
was today adjudged insane and com
mitted to W:atertown hospital. . The
county judge together with Deputy
County Clerk Clarence Isaacson went
to the Moline police station and there
convened court. A commission con
sisting of the judge and Drs. C. E.
Whiteside and H. S. Bennett made the
inquiry. There could be no doubt that
the fellow is demented. He had torn
all his clothing from his body while incarcerated.
BE TAKEN BACK
Extradition Papers Granted by
Governor Deneen on Requi
sition of Iowa.
IS POSITIVELY IDENTIFIED
Man From Whom Hides Were Stolen
and Blacksmith Who Shod
Horse Recognize Crook.
initials on every shoe which goes out
of the shp, it was an easy matter,
when the horses were found at Cedar
Rapids, where they had been abandon
ed, to Identify the horse and the shoe,
which has been removed and is being
held as evidence. ,
Licensed to Wed.
John Davis Moline
Miss Elizabeth Kossow . .Rock Island
Will Eberts Rock Islaand
Miss Pearl Johnson Rock Island
Elmer Heeh Moline
Miss Lillian Anderson Moline
William E. Copp leaves today for Ex
celsior Springs for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Taxman left at
noon for a visit In Chicago.
Mrs. John Carse returned last
night from Hot Springs, Ark.
Trial List Set.
The following trial list has been
eel for the county court commenciog
THREE REVELERS ARE
HALED INTO COURT
Three late revelers who had im
b:bed a little too freely last eight in
Billburg's cafe, were picked up et a
quarter after 12 while engaged in a
friendly row on the sidewalk In front
of the resort. The three gave their
names as Mrs. Wilsonback, Phil Wil-
Eonback, her alleged husband, and
Elanche Howard. They were to
have their hearing some time today
in the police court with Justice Clar
ence J. Schroeder presiding at the
festivities in the absence of Police
Magistrate C. J. Smith.
Word was received from Springfield
this morning that the requisition for
extradition papers, for James South
worth, alias George Carpenter, had
been granted and a deputy will proba
bly arrive in the city tonight to take
his prisoner to Belle Plaine, Iowa,
where he is wanted for the theft of
some hides, stolen Feb. 5.. Thi3 means
a decisive victory for Sheriff O. L.
Bruner, who has fought tooth and nail
to retain the custody of his prisoner
until he could be delivered over to the
Iowa authorities, in spite of the fact
that the alleged criminal's attorneys
have resorted to every tactic known In
an effort to secure his release. Deputy
J E. Ruhl passed through' Rock Island
last night at 10 o'clock on his way to
Springfield to secure the necessary
papers to get South worth, and was met
at the train by his superior, R. E. Wyc
koff, sheriff of Benton county, Iowa,
who was in the city yesterday in re
gard to the matter.
IDENTIFIED BY TWO.
Southworlh was positively identified
yesterday as the man who pulled off
the hide robbery at Belle Plaine, by
Peter Teeman, the party from whom
the hides were stolen, and also by the
blacksmith who shod the horse stolen
by Southworth. The blacksmith stated
that Southworth wanted a shoe put on
the fcors and as he always baa bU
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