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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1912.
A PRESENT DAY BUCCANEER
Madge Manley Has Useless
Supply of Tears, Promises
IS HELD TO GRAND JURY
CliarK ot JUyfiMii Preferred by (t
tirtr John Kinney It Forced
Serving five month in jail gave
Marguerite Smith of Dubuque, alias:
Madge Manley of Rock Island, lots of i
strength to artrue in polite court this j
morning against her further incar-l
ceration on a charge of mayhem, but
aespite her tears, her promises, Ser
apologies and her denial of guilt of
the charge, she was held to Sep-t'-mtf-r
grand Jury under a bond of
ll.Min. The nicht of April 2fi. but
a few short hours after the woman i
had le-en released from Jail, she was
arrested while in rooms at 320!
Twenty-third street. A fijsht had j
been in progress there and she was
taken along with the rest of the
bunch. Officers Kinney and Lloyd ;
made the arrest. On the way to the,
station In the patrol, the woman'
struck Officer Kinney several times
and finally as a lust resort at escape,
bit bis band. Phe was flrally landed j
at the station and Tarried to a cell. I
Ml Hi: MWV I'llOMIM .
A rounty court capias landed her
In the county Jai! and this morning I
as she was to be released, the may-'
hem charge was brought against her. I
She plead innocence, but when she
learned that she was up neainst in
disputable evidence, she claimed that
the officer was as much at fault as
was she. she ofTcred to pay doctor
Mils, get out of town and anything
line in order to gain h r freedom.
9 ATreiD -
The Stanley Investigating committee "ill Sliow in its report to the house of representatives that J.
P. Morgan and his associates made a profit of $3U,00 ;,000 in the organization of the steel trust. It will
accuse him of belnig the arch enemy of the law and of the Independent steel business In the United State
Photograph That Can Be Mad by tho
A.d of a Magnet.
It is pii-- l.le produce, with the aid
of u luiiint. shadow photogrnphs re
seuibllQK those made by nctlou of the
X ray. Dither au elect romugnet or a
permanent magnet will answer the pur
pose. ri!i-; a key or other iron or steel
object on the sensitive tilin of an ordi
Jiary plmtogniphli plate, tbeu bring the
poles of the inn unci near the other side
of flit plate and keep them there for
five minute or iii'tie. I'pmi develop
ing the ; l ite a -li.nl .w pi-ttire of I lie
key or teller nb.ii" I. -1 :i '; niiil well
detl'n-cl a any of the X rny pl.'t urcs.
w ill be found.
i'.y this method only iron or steel or
other paraiiiHgiietic sulettnnces may be
pbotorrapliel. but the sensitive side
of the plate is turned toward the uing
iictic poles niid a disk of iron nearly
n 4 large ns the plate Is placid on the
other shle then shallow pictures of any
liiitiu.atnel ! objects, placed on the
seiiHltlve tl'iii fining t!ie magnet, may
be obtnliied. The operation are. of
lourse. conducted In a dark room
With an electromagnet capable of
lifting ii weight of Phi pouri'ls one scien
tist has made such picture through
two Inches of iliteip.ei wood. He has
tlui oltaiiits kIi.cImw . ii tuns with a
compound steel miiL'tict weighing little
more than a pound. New lurk Tribune.
Paraphernalia Shipped to Chi
cago and Peoria Squad
Plans Social Club.
president and general manager of the alumni reunion festivities. He expects
line, will be in personal charge of to be gone about 10 days.
Commencing tomorrow, continuing all next zveek
1 June sale of undermuslins 1
R Thousands of rannents will be hero for your -h nosing in regular department, q
Fourth Floor and in the Bargain Basement. These June sale price make it
possible to buy your summer supply at a large saving. At every price will be
found exceptional values a combination of good materials and careful making.
TO CONTINUE ASSOCIATION
the steamer throughout the season.
Taptaln Strei kfus has general charge
of all the steamers of the line, and ;
has decided that by taking personal
charge f the Quincy he w ill be con
tinually going up and down the river
where he can meet the others and
superintend their operations.
The rest of the crew of the steam-'
er Quincy Is as follows: Tilots, J. M. :
Richtman and .1. J. Richtman; mate, j
Charles Howard: second mate,!
George Round: Clerk, 11. Williams; ;
second clerk, Fred iJavis; third clerk,;
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sexton and
son, Morgan, have returned from Du
biuiuo, where the latter graduated
with honors from the academic de
partment of St. Joseph's college yes
terday, having completed the four
ears' course in three years.
Assistant Postmaster and Mrs. O. P.
Olson left this morning for a
trip to the Tacific coast. They will
be accompanied on the trip by Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. laurence of Paxton, HI. The
party will stop at Omaha, Denver, Colo-
Organed 15 Years Ago Tlin-e Mem
bers Signify Intention of Join
ing; Mi -I i ne l'i vision.
George Hanks; engineer. Will Em- j springs, i-ait i.aKe city, Portland,
mi k; second engineer. John Pember- Tacoma, Seattle, Vancouver, B. C.
ton; steward, George Kahl; chef. Fred i aii1 Winnipeg, Canada, returning via
Garke- leader of orchestra. A. U . Sr. Paul. Minn. The scenic Colorado,
j Yellowstone National Pa rk and the seen-
down to the Kahlke harbor.
"How did u ever manage to get oo
the good side of tinit crusty old uncle
of yours"1" astcd Kan.
'Ted hfm !ie things he IKied when
be enme to Tjsit ns," replied Nan. "The
a-itod itlde of .my man U Lis Inside."
Members of the Rock Island
branch of the second division, second
bhip' crew, Illinois Naval Reserve,
today began the dismantling of the
divisions quarters fu Armory hall.j
preparatory to the shipment of para-, . y- .
phernalia to Chicago and Peoria, to ( PfirSOIlall JtOIIIlS
which cities the local command has!
been assigned. Hut, despite the fact '
that the reserve has been mustered V SchilMnger has returned from
out of (existence so far as the state . a ,lU--il"'S!i ,rii l'- Chit ago.
is concerned, it will continue in f u-1 K. Owens, 1 !:; Tw en'y nintli
ture, not as an organization for the ' Ftrect. is confn d to his home by ill
defense of the land, but as a social ness.
The ferry Davenport, which was in-,""' a'OI1K ne Canadian Pacific railway
spected by government officials Mon- w!11 he the main attractions. Mr. and
day, has resumed the regular ser- -'s. uison win return aoout July is
vie between Rock Island and Dav
enport. The old ferry has been taken
' hut f r anA Mrs T 'iMpanoa 'lll -lair
in Minnesota and Wisconsin for a
week or two.
dub. The members of the local
8'juad. bound together by years of
service, feel that to give up com-'
radeshlp with each other would be
a hardship, and so they have decid-1
ed upon a meeting for Sunday, June
-3. in the Armory ball quarters. The
reiTe has till July l before it must'
vaiate the quarters.
ohi. mki i. t:us (.u.
It was in the month of April, 107,
that the local reserve was organiz
ed. The following year it saw active
service In the Spanish-American war.
1 Since the close of the war, the meiu.-
GrntiMid.. Is n subtle f,jrra of re- l',T have ,,e'a together for their
rengc I'tiv rc . ivtr of u benefit re-! "gular drills and their annual
rovers his superl-u-lty in the effort to ; '"'ises. When at its height, the Rock
be urutfful.-John Davidson. ' ,,a"d s-juad. in competition, won
'several tropl.ies. These are to be
Quick Relief for Rheumatism. . '' !" :. Soanish-Anu rn an war
Ceoige W. Koot.b. Lawton. Mich., v teruns. They Include silver lo me
ay: "Dr. Det bon Ktlief for cups and shields.
BheumatlMn has given my lfe won-' T'lis uiorr.ing. members of the lo-
tlerful benefit for rheumatism Shu ! cal commanj l)unaiea up the para-
could sot lift hand or foot; bad to be
lifted for two mouths. She began the
use of the remedy and Improved rap
idly. On Monday sha could not move
end on Wednesday she got up, dressed
tierself and walked out for breakfast."
Fold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second ave
nue. Rock IhluLd; Gust Schlegel &
Fon, 220 West Second street. Davenport.
phernalia of the command prepara
tory to its shipment. A whaleboat
and cutter, a sub-caliber ril'.e, six cut
lasses, flags, buntir. . iltthir.g and
other personal eqit;, u:t t.t was sent
to Peoria, while the remainder was
shipped to Chics go Three of the
local reserves have signified t:eir in
tention of joinine the Moline re
serve, an opportunity which presents
itself to all of the local squad.
1619 Second Avenue
Look fur the Bear Sign.
bank, Jn connection with the i'eo-
ht 1 pies National bank, followed its suc-
NEW LOCAL BANK
IN OPEN HOUSE
Officer C. Median
from a vacation trip
Roy Hanson, &11 Fourteenth street,!
student at the 1'niveisity of Illinois,!
has returned to bis home in this city j
to spend the summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Ki'iar Jornnst.n. whose
marl iaj-e took plate June 1 at C!v e- !
latnl, Ohio, ait' visiting at the home'
of Mr. Joram-ou's pan fits in this city, i
Harley Rich. f:;f Sixth itveuut . lips I
returned home from Gnnnell cr-llcjc. :
He will P ave in a few davs for Cl.it a- ;
go. where he will spend the suniuitr
Miss Mildred Warnock and Miss
Mary Ralston will have tlr.s evening
for St. Paul, from where tle-y will f.o
tc) Taeonia. Wash., fur a visit of sev
eral months ;
Philip liruner of Dttroii, Mich., ar
rived in the city vtMtriiay. called by
the serious illness of his brother, Ar
thur, soncf Mr. ati 1 Mrs . M Uruner, '
11:::; Twenty -first Miect.
Harry Fr y, ie awnuf,
who arrived home t'.-u: i;i'i:.i..il ..;.
It ge sevt ral wet ks !. :t tur Grin-
tiell, where he ill an- i..i gr;. d iu
tioti txticists this wetk
Arthur Sehotsae!, who h.is jut Ct-m-pb
ted his junior iar at tt.- t l.iMrsity
of I'lnois. baj returned to his home
:n this city to spt-nd the summer vaca
tion with Lis parents. Mr. and M:s.
I Employing Printers of Three
has returned Cities Claim Much for
spent in hi-
ENDS ITS INITIAL YEAR R
Annual Mcctiiu: Is Held at Hoc k Is-j
land Club, Officers Being
it it m
One lot of slip-over Rowns.
trimmed with lace and embroid
ery, yokes, good muslin, 50?
Petticoats with deep flounces of
lace insertion and edging, very
full, 1.50 val.. 67S
Petticoats with deep flounces of
lace and embroidery, very full,
4 to 7 value. $1.95-
Chemises, slightly soiled, em
broidery and lace yokes, values
from Sc to $1.JD at
Corset covers and drawers,
slightly soiled, lace and em
broidery trimmed. li,"0 each.
Petticoats of good quality mus
lin three rows of insertion and
lace edging, on sale at oO ca.
i omomanon suits oi coraei cot- c
er and drawers, embroidery In- l"
scrtiou in yoke. S9c val, TT)C
Women's aSc hand embroidered
chemises, scalloped edge, with
embroidered yoke, USc val. T7C
Sewing aprons. fiOc val.,
ti.'ic round aprons. -IS
Maid's aprons $1.50 val. $1.19
THREE LARGE WELL-SELECTED ASSORTMENTS
Drawers Corset Covers
Four styles of drawers, six of
corset covers, trimmed with
lace and embroidery insertion
and edging. Petticoats both
long and short, plain tucked.
Corset Covers Combination Suit?
All are trimmed with embroid
ery, val and heavy linen tor
chon lace Insertions and edg
ings and pin tucks. The gowns
are slip-overs, trimmed with
Crepe drawers, hand-embroidered
chemises; gowns trimmed
with embroidery, luce and rib
bons; tucked skirts finished
with lace and embroidery.
Having during its first year, in the
is'imation of its members, shown it
self to have justiiied the expectations
of its organizers, the Tri-City Ben i
Franklin club during Its second ye .
will hold meetings more frequently 1 I
'ban In thf past. Besides regular j i
monthly business sessions there will j
be informal gatherings of members
The Ben Franklin club is made up
of employing printers of the three
cities. It is not in any sense a trust,
the mem' era say, but was formed for
the purpose of bettering general con
ditions in the printing field. Thig bet
termer.t, it is claimed, has been real
ied. Prior to its organization, it is
said, prices were based upon guess
work, there bt ir.t; no fixed standard.
Now all use the same basis, which is
the attual cost of production. The
Maker's sample line of muslin underwear bought unier price
Corset covers of cambric and
nainsook, trimmed with lace,
sizes 32 to 44, 19c values, 10
Corset covers of nainsook and
long cloth, lace trimmed, all
sizes, 25c and 35c values, 18
Corset covers of nainsook, many
styles ;uid patterns, lace and
embroidery trimmed, buc, 25i?
Corset covers, lace, embroidery
and ribbon trimmed, sizes 32 to
44, 46 & 70c values, 39 each.
Combination suits of nainsook,
lace, embroidery Hnd ribbon
trimmed, val. to $2.98, for 9S?
Women's night gowns, of cam
bric, square. V necked, and slip
overs, lace trimmed, J0S
Women's gowns of nainsook and cambric, lace
trimmed, all sizes, 1 and $1.25 val., 79? each.
$1.75 and $1.98 gowns of nainsook and long cloth,
lace, embroidery and ribbon trimmed, for 9S
$1.25 & $1.50 waists, 7?c
High or low nocks,
long or short sleevos,
lace or embroid
ery trimmed, all
sizes, $1.23 and
$1.50 values, 79c.
Waists of voiles,
Swisses, etc., tail
ored models, or
trimmed with lace
and e m b r o i d e ry,
all sizes, $1.75 and
$2 values, i$ 1.-18-
Watsta of dainty materials,
neatly trimmed, long and
short sleeves, $2.25 and
$2.50 values, 81.98
American Lady corsets
American Lady cor
sets, medium bust,
long hip. batiste, draw
string and hook at
bottom, $1.50 vals. $1.
Nemo corsets in me dium and
low bust, Ion?; hip. good
(inaiitv coutil, sizes IS to 21,
values for Sl.9
One lot of l.a Vlda. Warner. W. W.
corsets. $5 to $5 values, Sli.-lO
Brassieres with embroidery yoke,
late edge- ami arm shield, 11C
of muslin, embroidery
yoke, lace edge. $1 values. 4 )C yj
GOES TO MOLINE?
result is said to he of benefit aliUo in
i J. B. Schoesst.1, 2S2S Seventh aw- consumer and producer,
nue. j v.ri-rr t n.i n.
M;. and Mrs A. W. Johnson and ' The orcaniz.vion met at the Rock
daughter, iClt, Fourth avenue, who left '?iard club, whre dinner was served.
here several weeks ao, have arrived Afterward, at the business session, the
in Liverpool, Kr.gland. From there- following officers were elected;
they will 0 to Stockholm. Sweden
Claimed That Rock Island
Truck I3 Disposed of in
City Market There.
M0LINERS ARE UP IN ARMS
an open house today to its stock- i
holders and friends. The scent and
beauty of roses and pinks and other
flowers lent charm to the occasion,
and a larfie cumber of people called
to extend their pood wishes. Floral
remembrances cf beautiful design
were sent to the new financial insti-'
tutTmn by tie Rock Island Savings
bank, the Rock Island National bank,1
the t'entral Trust and Savings tank,;
by Superintendent Gaet jer of Long
View park and by L. S. McCabe &. Co.
SCHMIDT & ROBINSON
Warm Air Heatiiif; Plants are
guarantee of economy, health and
runitrt. Let u ta'k it over with yon.
318 Twfiir.fiit St. 1'houe V 1523 ' row morning and win leave at 9 a
agHMiM,! Captain John Streckfus, who
QUINCY DUE TOMORROW
FIRST TIME THIS YEAR
I The big Diamond Jo steamer Quin-
: cy of the Streckfus line left St. Louis
I yesterday at 10 a. rc. bound for St.
j Taul on the first trip of the seeason. I
j It will arrive in Rock Island tomor-.
where 'hey visit for about three
How ard K. Morris, assistant set ro
tary of tho local Y. M. ('. A., departed
this mornir.g for Oberiin. Ohio, to at
tend the commencement exercises at
the ct.iUge and also participate iu tht.-
that upon your physical condition
depends your dbmfort and useful
ness that your condition will be
bettered, your vigor increased
when your bowels are regulated,
your liver stimulated and your
digestion made sound by
I'n sident Henry Kramer, of Kra
mer Prln'inc company, Rock Islar.d.
, Vice President i:d ward Rorcherdt.
cf Itcrcherdt Printing company, Daven
port. Treasurer Henry Mohr. of Reid,
Mohr & Klappenburg. Tiavenport.
Secretary W. K. Fret land, of De
i Saulniers Sc Co., Moline.
j Executive board Edward N'ance,
. Nance Printing company. Rock Island;'
! George W. Dick, Model Printing com
pany. ..ioltr.e; H. W. Liddle. Tri-City
Li'ho-zraph company, Davenport.
Aledo Sunday School in Excursion.
The Methodist Sunday school of
Ale lo came to Rock Island for an ail
day outing at Black Hawk s Watch
Mow City Gardeners Say They Can
not Meet Irices That Result
can be sold at a figure that the other 1
producers cannot meet. Several :ar- '
denc-rs have declared that they won hi
quit patronizing the market unlefcs
some way were found to stop thia
IS I tlK I'liOll ( KIIS, OM.V.
"We don't object to any number
of ' farmers coming in and selling, "
remarked one truck loan, "but this
market is for th: producers a"d pro
ducers only. We can't afford t' corn
Pete aeainst them. They are buy Iik
from Rock Inland ami Davenport
farmers at 6uch a low price that they
will drive us to the wall.
"We don't say their vegetables are?
not good, but we can't seil with theiti
bucking us. If they continue, ue
will withdraw. If they sell on our
off davr, that is all rli,-bt, we do not
object at all. In fad It makes the;
market all the better. What should
be; done is to regulate their sales.
"Allow these middlemen to sell
on tii's,; davs when we are not hero
and we will stay, otherwise we will
he fon'cd to leave these stands. I
would advise regulating them before
F.10DERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP
:J Sevente enth St., near Fourth Ate.
Now open day and night. Iiest
work al lowest prices. Work called
for and delivered. Telepheme. 721-K.
Are Rock Island truck gardeners,
instead of selling produce in the city
market here, disposing of the rem-;
nants of their loads left after the ;
day's peddling trip, through the city'
market in Moline? '
Whether true or not, this is the '
impression that some of the Moline
city market patrons have gained, and
as a result, a crisis in the aiXairB of
that institution impends. Certain '
producers selling in Moline say that,'
other nroducers. after digbcslnr of
Tower today, thre big coaches on the I their loads in the city market there.
Rock Island Southern bringing in the! come to Rock Island and Davenport,
pleasure seekers. A tour of the bus- J pick up the remnants cf loads of ped
ir.ess seetkn was made over the diers in those cities and return to
trarks cf the Tri-City Railway com-i Moline to dispose of them. In this
par.y, w hich had special cars on hand j manner they seil tw o loads instead
10 meet ite excursionists. Jof one In a day a-ud the second load
MIPT fJ FEE CNLY CNE DOLLAR J
ft ' 1 INCLUDING MEDICINE
fie-fore you pay hlu fee.' to other Investigate our great
succs: s ani low prices. I'or 17 years the best and
cl.e;t;e -t. Ciur fee for nv-elical tre-atrneut Is only one
dollar ir.c! i'lii.z ruwliclne. in Catarrh, Jtoaumatlsm and
many Heart. Stom.-tcii anl I.ung Troubles A!o Ner
vous reh!!ity. v-s k r.fs. I.v-s tjf Vteor. all run dawn.
Varicose V. Ins, K:l;.'-y, Jievldt-r. lit .,r-J ar;d Skin I !s-
eae ui vt-ry to.v ra'n. Lail at on.te or.ee You can
return home satire day.
an I 'hiliren nhftull take our spe"-,
tr-iin.i-nta for Ping, I eart. stoma";!,
rvouH j;st-as-. 17 ytari In Davenimrt.
2 to , ttTi'l Tuesday ;tnl Saturday tftv.
als'j Sur.day mori.ir.s from 10 to 11 a. m.
llntim - 10 trt 15
r.ingi, 7 to 1,
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
124 VI. Third St., over dams Eipreai Co. Davenoort. la.