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THE ROCK ISESND 'AHGUS. TRTDAT. APRIL' 26, 1912.
MOROCCO PROVING VERITABLE HORNETS NEST FOR THE FRENCH:
FRENZIED WOMEN INCITE RIOTERS TO DEEDS OF CRUELTY
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That the unknown man who was
truck and killed by the Burlington
train No. 82, Wednesday night, came
to til death while in an Intoxicated
condition, was the verdict returned
by the coroner's Jury at the inquest
held over the remains yesterday after
Boon at Wheelan's undertaking par
lor. Edward Qulnn of Focatello ' Idaho,
who came to Rork Island Wednesday
afternoon wl'h the deceased, testifi-d
that they had worked In Clinton pre
vious to their visit to this city, making
about $4. Both men then bwame in
toxicated before they started for Rock
It arrears that the deceased was
about 35 years old and came from Lit
tle Bock. Ark. Bo: h men were cn their
way to Baraboo, Wis., where they :n
tended to Join Ringllng Brothers' cir
cus as tent repairers. Wcdn-sday aft
ernoon both men were drinking heavi
ly and were refuse d liquor and ordered
out of one saloon. Q;ilnn stilted that
he then became separa'erl from his
friend and fell asleep cn a p'.le of
ties. The mem'uers of the train crew
also testified. The body was buried
CARSE BUILDING SOLD
TO THE ILLINOIS OIL CO.
Henry Carse yesterday sold his
building at 1317-1510 Second avenue to
20 pounds sucar. T1 (f
with $l.(iii purchase 4D. UU
Fancy 3Sc coffee ?'5f
Tea. per 3 C
ZV: pounds fancy
Japan rice fcww
H pouud 19C
COKI.1 I WW
K pound IQP
bulk Fturrh tJl
f bars Swift's Lily 9Rr
White op twC
20c hot Me IRf
extra' t for w w
Two 1-po'ind pni'k:iv.cM Of
Thrco enns Gibson OJf
PoIIm'.i for fcww
Three r.-j.ound sucks Otf
4-Jnuntl box J(f
washing roder ZUw
1-pociic! j. u kiue soda "I
or i nr:i stiip-li w
Freli errs 10
do.'.-n I Ow
K;i.t; not i :u 1 1" j ! in at: par order.
rimni' WcM IIO.
1813 Third Ave., Rock Island
Our Saturday list will be con.plete with the market's best
fresh fruit and vegetables. They will be a part of our stock
that will preseut the freshness of an ideal summer garden.
Stecro Bouillon Cubes, one cube makes a
delicious cup of bouillon, a tin
Rolled oats, best quality of
rolled white oats, 3 pounds for
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
OrangCS, extra fancy California
navel oranges, heavy,
Jvlcy fruit, dozen 35c
Apples, extra fancy larce wine
saps, u dozen 60c
Lettuce, fancy tender, crisp, head
lettuce, pound 35c
Pie Plant, tner Illinois
rhubarb, pound 7lAc
Radishes, fancy round radishes
olid. lurKe bunches,
two bunches for 15c
Grape Fruit, "xtra fancy Florida
rape fruit, very
heavy, each 20c
Milwaukee Wieners and
Knockwurst, pound 20c
Milwaukee Liver Sausage,
a pound 25c
Sardines, fne boneless sardines,
large tins in pure olWe oil,
tie for 11.00. a tin 21c
Limburger Cheese, r'ch creamy
'Wisconsin liinburger, pound 25c
Battles Special Blend Coffee
Our Special Bend is good coffee. Any one can mix coffees,
tut proper blending and roasting requires years of experi
ence. Its f uD, rich flavor is a constant temptation to all true
lovers of good coffee. Actually . costs you less than 1 cent
per cup. It is
fresh roasted, per pound a31C
Soldiers and Sultan Mulal I -Vi It 1 M
Morocco Is proving; a veritable horn
et's nest for the French. It is re
ported from Fez that in a recent up
rising of the natives there many
French officers, soldiers and citizens 1
were killed and wounded. Scenes of
horror occured In the Jewish Quarter
of the city where the mob murdered. '
pillaged and burned ail the Jews It
could find. Many young- gtrls were
carried off to suffer outrages. The
Jewish quarter was set on tire and :
three-fourths of It destroyed, render-
Ins- over 1000 people homeless.
The special correspondents of the
French newspapers Indicate that the
plot of the rebels included the mas
sacre of the whole of the French
mission headed by M. Regnault,
hich recently arrived at the capital
to establish the protectorate. This
plan failed owing1 to the impatience
of the Arabian women to begin the
carnage. These women are described
by the correspondents as creatures
of terrifying appearance, who passed
their time in rushing about the
streets and torturing the wounded
n.l sometimes RiiriK the Moorish
rcliels In the. final nnt iliitlon and de
sucrutiua of Ihc victims. t
' 00 cash,
Welch of the Illinois Oil
The consideration w;.s $cx
The building will be ocou
the Illinois Oil company.
which is now located on Kirtt avenue,
for office and storage purposes.
Buy a fcom; of Retdy Bros.
May sausage at Schroeders".
Vacuum cleaning; call west 74.
Tri-City Towel Supply coxj ary.
Dressed chickens at Schroeders".
For express, call Spent er 4k Trefa.
I Hose, hose, garden hose, at Allen.
Mer & Co.
j A full line of northern grown seeds
at Kuschn. aim's.
' KerHT Rug company, for vacuum
J tleatiii.K and rus making.
! If you want a plumber, telephone
Allen, Myers & Co. West 18.
You can't bein too soon wearing
the Itoslun's classy footwear.
Ix't Allen, Myers Co. figure on
your plumbing and heating work.
lict a "Kobold" tireless cooker. It's
large cans 14c
Sour Pitted Cherries, Curtice
Bros.' pitted cherries for pies,
a n 3lc
White Grapes, stetson's Cali
fornia white Muscat
grapes, a, can 12c
Heinz Baked Beans, in tomato
sauce, nothing finer packed,
six ins for g4c
Oil Sardines, domestic oil sar
dines, a can 4c,
seven cans for 25c
Buckwheat Flour, Wright s oid-
5-pound sack for 19c
Evaporated Peaches, choice
peaches, pound uc
White Asparagus, Mallard
brand white tips in
round cans jgc
Matches, Big Tiger matches In
large cartori, per carton 8C
Olive Salad, a combination of
chopped lives, mustard and
plcee. a bottle J5C
Pickles, tweet gherkin pickles In
quart fruit jars 25c
' : PL a l yf:: $
i f . 1 f j Uk hsA P LdatTkl s
best and cheapest on
S-nM ty Alien, Myers & Co.
Taperiiancers wanted. Inquire of
P. J. Lee, 1203 Third avenue.
At!":Hl our Chi-Xamel demonstra
tion, April 27 and 29. The Mill store.
Attend our Chi-Xamel denionstra
lien, April 27 and 29. The Mill store.
Rlack dirt for lawns and filling.
Phone west 2G1. Ths Boulevard gro-
Garden hose, hose reels and all
kinds of hose repairs at Allen, Myers
& Co. j
Kasy to keen clean white Xubuck. 1
Our stylos get there this Eeason. The 1
You ran buy on" foot or ."00 feet of
frardi n hose in one piece at Allen, My- i
crs & Co.
Six per cent farm mortgages. Lit
ten & Roberts. Peoples Xst'.onal
Lawn mowers, all styles, sizes and
at the lowest prices in the tri-eities at
Allen, Myers & Co.
An especially nice line of pure fruit
jams and Jrllies, 2ic, loc :snd 10c at
Kubchmann's, 207 Fourth avenue.
The "city chap," one of our new
flats for men with good taste, black
and tun. $4.50 the pair. The Boston.
Onion sets, a quart li cents, cab
bage plants, early Wakefield, two doz
en, 1.1 cents, tomato plants, a dozen 10
cents, at Kusehmann's.
You will eee some astonishing tests
of Chi-Xamel, the water-proof varnish,
at the special demonstration at the
Mill store, April 27 and 2t
You will see some artonisTiing tests
of Chi-Xamel, the water-proof varnish,
at the special demonstration at the
Mill stole, April 27 and 29.
I If you want a nice easy-runni'.ig
ilawn mower that you can keep ad
justed and in good order so it always
works like new, get it at Allen, Myers
You should let Leithner & Weishar,
Safety building, figure on the elec
trical work for that house, old or
I new. Their prices are right and work
, Leithner & Weishar, Safety build
ing, have just received a fine lot of
electric percolators, flat irons, toast-!
irs, warming pads, etc. They will!
; be glad to show theia to you.
The finest gas range you ever saw,
, with enanuled pans and door panels,
shelf ana canopy, at special price of
only $:'l.f.O. Of couise it's the "Detroit
Jewel." at Allen, Myers & Co.
1 Your pickle supplies are getting low.
See us. Sliced dills 10c, sweet picca-
. 1 i Hi 20c. chow chow 2'ic, sours 20c,
1 sweets 23c. 25c and 30c, in quart jars'
at Kusehmann's. Phone 9SS.
Dunsmore and O'Connell smoke
house and billiard parlors, corner of
Twentieth street and Fourth ave
nue. Every brand of good cigars and
all kinds of smokers' supplies.
Goble and Stanton cigar store is
crowded from morning till night with
people who enjoy a comforting and
satisfactory smoke, or a social game
of billiards. Come and bring your
Kaln and Relnhardt cigar store still
takes tt? lead. Most liberally patron
ized. Everything In tobaccos, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Man Is never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
j Y'ears of successful ODtical exnerl-
ence are back of our work, and we
tei)uu uu ca cause 10 o-
lieve that there is anything wrong
j with their eyes to consult Fred Bleuer,
j expert optician, at once.
I It would be an easy matter for us
jto price our stuff $15, $18, $20. etc
i But we don'L Every ault In our bouse
j (1.000 styles) are on price, $15. Made
;to your Individual measure. The $1.
j Tailors, first door west of Dolly Bros.
I C. F. BladeL 1101 Twelfth street,
the store that sells for less. That's
why so many country people and city
people trade at this store. The' high
grade goods for one-third less at this
store. Get In the swim and follow
the crowds to the store.
L. L. Webber of St. Louis, Mo., has
accepted a position with the Dolly
Bros, shoe firm. He was formerly
with the Brandt Shoe company of St
Louis, Mo., one of the largest retail
slice stores of its kind in the city.
Mr. Webber is an expert shoe fitter
and has spent years in footfitting.
'Work of putting out the staging
f rom the Nineteenth street steamboat
office was begun this afternoon, a
large force of men being put on the
job. Owing to the high stage of water,
only uU feet of planking were found
The steamer Josh Cooper of the At
las Transnortaitn company, landed at,
the foot of Seventeenth street yester-
New Remedy That Removes Freckles
or Costs Nothing
Here's a chance Miss Freckle-Face,
to try a new remedy for freckles with
the guarantee cf a reliable dealer that
it will not cost you a penny unless it
removes the freckles, while if it does
give you a clear complexion, the ex
pense is trifling.
Simply get an ounce of othine dou
ble strength, from any first class drug
gist in the city of Rock Island and one
night's treatment will show you how
easy it is to rid yourself of the homely
freckles and get a beautiful complex
ion. Rarely is more than one ounce
needed for the worst case.
Be sure to ask any first class drug
gist in the city of Rock island for the
double strength othine, as this is the
only prescription sold under guaran
tee of money back if it fails to remove
Saturday, a Special
Ladies' two-strap white
canvas slippers, $2.50 .
Ladies' white buck
Ladles' black suede
anil velvets, $2.50 for $2.39
Ladies high top
canvas shoes. $3.00 $2.48
White Xubueks, $4.00, not sheepskin
bu. buckskin $3.75
Fir.e line welts tan shoeB and pumps.
Children's and misses'
strap slippers. $1.75 $1.25
Lot of broken sizes of men's $4.00
shoes $3.50! f?. -.n chnoa t? rn-
j $3.00 shoes $2.50,'for Saturday only.
Ten per cent off on all men's heavy
219 Market Square.
Women's Pumps, Oxfords and Colonials
$3.50 Values Tomorrow, $1.98
Again we offer a most unusual value
velvets, buckskins, etc., sizes 2'2 to 5'2,
more pairs, Saturday only
Have You Seen the New Broad Toe Pumps
which we show exclusively? Made especially for us and designed for the young ladies who
want a street pump, which clings firmly but comfortably to tho frM ft
foot without slipping on the heel, all materials , ........ I U
10 A. M. and all day, rem
nants of colored and white
wesh goods in various
lengths representing an ac
cumulation of the pa6t few
weeks active selling, choice
at of marked price.
Craddock's blue soap, 3 cakes to
the box, per box 17
Dainty pink face chamois. In seal
ed envelopes, 10c size
$1.00 Ideal hair brushes 6S
Steel mesh small purses on long
chains, while they last 39
Ladies fancy pin-on hoEe support
ers, 75c ones 38c
Cotton torchon laces, edgings with
insertions to match, 1 to 2'- Inch
widths, a yard
Children's black ribbsd hose,
heavy heel and toe, a l"c value,
per pair 10
Women's black boot silk hose, ex
tra strong heel and toe, special per
Children's Spring Coats, cardinal
Broadcloth, navy blue serge, mix
tures and stripes, sizes' 2 to 14,
extra special at S3 6?
Women's House Dresses made of
good percale, check ginghams and
nurses' stripes, light and dark col
ors, all sizes for Saturday's sell
Buy Underwear Here Tomorrow
We are offering wonderful values in Women's New Spring and Summer
Underwear in all styles. -Buy while the assortment is most complete.
Women's Jersey ribbed vests
In low neck and sleeveless
s'yle, 15c or Oo
2 for JLOQ.
Hosiery Bargains for Men
Shawknit regular 25c hose
Balance of Men's Sample Underwear
Shirts and Drawers in Balbriggans, Mesh and Nainsook.
25c, 35c and 50c Values Saturday, choice for 19c
day afternoon with a cargo of cement.
It left for Mollne after remaining here
a few hours.
The Helen Blair came up from Bur
lington this morning and departed this
afternoon on the return trip.
in stylish seasonable
choice of 300 or
10 A. M. yard wide bleached mus
lins, perfect lengths assorted qual
ities worth to 124c a yard, for
an hour, 10 yards for 40
All Day, 45 inch pillow tubing, the
kind that sells for 22c, at a
2 to 4 P. M. plain and fancy chani
bray ginghams, lengths 2 to 6
yards, mostly blues, values 10c, at
a yard 5
Yard wide long cloth, soft finish
15c quality, a limited quantity for
a yard 10
6c Dress prints In pretty light,
medium and dark patterns, a yard
Beautiful carnations In assorted
colors, a dozen 25
$1.50 Lingerie Waists, made of
fine India linen and lingerie mull,
elaborately trimmed with maltese
Ge.rman val laces and embroidery,
bargains at 94
Women's $1.25 Night Gowns of
cambric, high neck tucked and em
broidery trimmed yoke, slip, over
style, handsome embroidered de
sign in yoke, neck and sleeves
trimmed with linen torchon lace
Garbage Cans made of heavy gal
vanized Iron, with cover, special
price for Saturday 47J
Two Burner, sterling gasoline
stoves, just for Saturday .Jj$l-98
Musical Program in
Women's union suits in low
neck, sleeveless and cuff
Black or tan medium weight
cotton hose, extra Q
special, pair vu
Did You Ever Slop to Consider
that a line of shoes must be pretty good before the manufao
turer can back it up as strongly as the Korrect Shape line is
backed up? It surely means something.
You owe it to yourself to see that the styles of your spring
and summer shoes or oxfords bear the Korrect Shape stamp on
the Tite-Oke soles.
Prices $5, 4.50 and 4
Allouez council No. 658, K. of C,
will hold a special meeting at its
hall this evenin? at 8 p. m. Business
cf importance. All members are re
quested to attend.
T. J. MURRAY, G. K.
a Yard 39c
2:30 P. M. a fifty pleco as
sortment of 23 Inch foulards
In choicest styles and most
deeirabla colors, mostly 69c
values, a few 5Sc ones, for
evening, a yd. .
Roller .kates with steel wheels.
adjustable size, clean 'em up Sat
urday at a pair 2J)
Loose bottom retinned jelly cake
pans for Saturday 3
semi-porceiain nanaiea tea cups
with saucers, floral decorations,
for Saturday, set of G 57
Hunter's large size cedar oil mops.
They clean and polish hardwood
floors, Saturday G9
Little children's story books.
choice of many stories,, each. .5
Oriental pillow tops with tassel
corners, 25c ones, for 10
Stamped pillow cases, many dif
ferent designs, a pair 47
Fancy satin and taffeta ribbons In
medium and dark colors, floral and
Persian patterns, 29c values, at a
Fancy mesh face veilings In black,
navy, brown, white, etc., 25c val
ues, a yard 10
$1.00 fountain pens, a small lot to
close, each 39
Pink and white tea roses, fresh
cut, a dozen 39
Women's Jersey ribbed draw
ers in umbrella and cuff
knee styles c d
50c silk plated Vz hose in black
or tan, Satur
"When I asked our new r If she
t-ould do anything in the line of puttir,tf
bp vegetables she replied. 'I can can. "
"My dear, that sounds as If she waa
s French chords 'glrL" Daltimor