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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1912.
t HEARD IN COURT
Our Complete Fall Line of Furniture
GIRL MAKES A HIT a
Ghargei and Countercharges
Made by Two Colored
ONE FREE LOVE ADVOCATE
Exposure Made of Couples Failure to
i Submit to Prescribed Mar
; Aa the result of ' a neighborhood
squabble In the Twenty-sixth street
Chocolate district and the callrjg in
of the police last night it developed
that there waa a sort of free love col
Ony existing there, and that one cou
ple had been living together aa mail
and wife for the past three years
without ever having obtained a mar
nage license. They were placed un,
der arrest and this morning warned
to get a license and become legally
wedded or be railroaded to Jail. They
were William Green and Emma Green
both colored, and reside on Fourth
avenue between Twenty-sixth and
Last niajht the Green family and
Cora Mac, who occupy the first floor
of the house, had a set to and the
police were ca'.led. The Green woman
accused Cora Mack of entertaining
numerous men visitors at all times
and being drunk most of the day and
Bight Cora then came back with the
startling revelation that Mr. and Mrs.
Green were no more married than a
rabbit, and the trio were taken into
DEFIES CHARGE AT KIHST.
When questioned this morning, Wil
liam Green firmly maintained that
he was married. He said he had
known his wife for six years and was
married three years ago at Galesbur
by Rev. Fairfield. His wife had been
married before, but her husband, whose
came was Murphy, was now dead.
When Police Magistrate C. J. Smith
put the screws on the Sarky, however,
Green admitted that he was not mar
ried. "You get a license and be married
right away or you will serve a Jaj.1
sentence," said the judge, "aad w
will hold this woman here until you
come back with the papers." Green
then left to collect enough money for
the license. The Mack woman was
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has now arrived and awaiting your inspection. Our Fall Stock consists of
I the latest patterns and designs of some of the leading manufacturers of the
country. Our aim is to sell high grade, dependable, and well constructed
furniture at the very lowest prices. It will be to your advantage to come to
this store and convince yourself of the many values offered during this sale.
" Air Drury Lane is singing the praises
of Miss Patricia Collinge, the little
American girl who appeared as "Youth"
m the play, "Everywoman," which
showed in London for the first time
Just recently. She Is the only Ameri
can in a cast that included the best
actors in England. Hers was an Im
portant part and the stolid Britishers
were captivated by her sweetness and
charm as well as her clever acting.
INVITE LODGES OF
Many Expected to Attend Cor
ner Stone Laying Cere
monies of Odd Fellows.
y IUI At 1 U
All O'.d Fellow lodges in Rock Is
land. Me: cer and Henry couaties hav
been invited to participate in the j
ceremonies which will mark the laj j
ing of the corner stone of the new j
Odd Fellow home in this city Oct. Id '
Jonas Bear, chairman of the commit j
tee on arrangements, baa sent out th !
foi:owh)g letter to the various lodges .
of Odd Fellows and Rebecca6, and It J .
Is eXDected that the malnritv r,f theJ ePeclea
WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE
AGENCY FOR PENINSULAR
STOVES AND RANGES.
All Peninsular ranges are made of;
tery heavy best quality cold rolled
polished steel, closely riveted, making
it air tight, oven top is protected by
a second sheet of steal and heavy cast
plates, where it comes in contact with
the fire. Ten gauge steel oven bottom.
It can't warp, no matter how long
used. Priced from $28 and up.
An air tight heater, well constructed
steady heater, will save fuel and will
keep fire 24 hours. Sale price $12.50
Sale price . . $5.85
tern v&ss 'vwti
Massive buffet, 42 Inch base with two
upper drawers, one lined on the in
side for silverware and one lower
drawer for table linens and plenty of
cupboard space for dishes, regular
$21.00, sale price $14.75
Special low prices on rugs dur
ing this sale, 9x12
tapestry rugs $10.85
Pullmanlze your home with a Pullman
revolving seat bed Davenport. As
handsome as the finest Davenport, as
comfortable as the best bed. ( Daven
port like cut, $32 value,
sale price $26.00
Solid oak dining chair, well
constructed, seat covered
with genuine leather.
a $3 value, sale price $1.95
can be suit
O USE FURNISHERS
1816 Third Avenue. Rock Island, 111.
We are open
W e d n e sday
till 10 p. m.
Solid oak dining table, well construct
ed with massive pedestal In colonial
style, fitted with guaranteed slidea.
Regular $12,00 value,
sale price $9.85
Jersey Cream flour in
Finest creamery butter,
per pound 32V2C
Fancy Concord eating grapes,
10 pound basket for 26c
Finest California peaches
per basket jgc
Pr Pwk 25c
Canning pears, bushel ... 85c
Jelly grapes, any quantity
per pound 2 c
Crisp, white celery, four
stalks for : joe
Large mealy potatoes,
Pr peck igc
Fancy sweet potatoes,
eight pounds for 25c
Late Howell cranberries.
Large red or white onions,
Pr peck 20c
Regular 30c coffee,
per pound 25c
Four cans best sweet
torn for 25c
Early June peas.
P" cn joe
Seven cans Pet milk 25c
Two tall cans salmon .. 25c
Two pounds gingersnaps. soda
or ojfter crackers 15C
Two packages fresh toasted
Fancy mixed cakea,
per pound jqc
Seven boxes noiseless '
Eight bar Lenox soap ... 25c
IT pounds best cane gTanulated
members of the order in the three
counties will respond:
Dear firothers and Sisters
lodge No. 608 I. O. O. F. will on Oct.
10, 1912, lay the corner stone of their
new home. This home will be one of
the pride of our beloved order, there
fore. Odd Fellows, let us all look to
that date as a day of great rejoicing.
Veal lodge extends to your lodge
a hearty Invitation to participate at
our exercises, and we expect to see
you, one and all In our parade. We
w ill have good speaking by your grand
I master and several other noted speak
i The Orphans' Home band, consist
ing of 24 boys and girls, will be with
the different work depart
ments, kitchens, bakery, etc., and in
company with the other visitors, were
Ucal ! driven to the farm headquarters, and
found everything in the good condition
characteristic of the management.
"The supply of vegetables is very
large and the kitchen department is
utilizing all the surplus by canning.
"There is nothing to especially note
in regard to the patients, and they
were nearly all out taking their daily
walk in the open air.
"Much work was going on in repair
ing tie walks and clearing the
grounds. Mr. O'Connor gave as his',
opinion that the rebuilding of the
TO DESCRIBE FAIR
Modern Inventions Furnish
Many New Thrillers for
state fair promises a fleet of airships,
and all are to be in the air at one time.
The 100 acres embracing the fair
Drlsbow, the youngest and most suc
cessful of this year's crop. Joe Nik
rent, the young Californian with sev-
grounds will be dotted with alrbirds j eral world's records, and "Wild Bill"
and balloons. The monoplane has not Endicott are certain to be among the
yet been seen at the state fair, and 'entrants. These men have laughed at
there will be two of them this year a I death so often that they have no fear.
French creation manipulated by a( The last event on automobile day
Frenchman, Le Tourneau, and an I will be a race between the monoplanes
to be done in state Institutions.
"The census for July is as follows:
us and will ad the parade. The amount of work ahead of it. that has
i ceremony win take place in the after
noon, so you can all weil afford to M
us have a half day. thereby showing : Admissions, male, 18; female, 13; to-
,tne outside world what Odd Fellow-j tal, 38; discharges, male, 4; female, 1;
ship meaas, and what w e are doin ; total, 5; deaths, male. i female, 2;
to help mankind along. j total, 7.
oronicrs and sisters. I appeal; "Census Aug. 28, 1912: Male, 803;
The Illinois state fair has become so
great, that it requires the genius of a
circus poster writer to describe it.
I Ech year Secretary J. K. Dickirson
amusement hall could not be niched bUfvef tbe culmination of the state.
th is soason hwaiiKe of Dip m,,! imiium auu wunuuiuu
j once more to you. on-? and al". to turn , femal
;out and help us lay our corner stone
in a manner that will be a credit
. C50; total, l,4-r,3.
W. SIMONSOX. President,
C. GALLOWAY, Secretary."
BOARD OF VIST0RS IN
A REPORT ON HOSPITAL
"Wednesday, Aug. 25, the board of
visitors to 'ne Watertown State hos-
" umuw lis montmy visit, the nresi- oureu. ne ioes u jusi ui cuurcu There are other mmntnm. bum,
dnt and secretary of the board being! t,m aua spoils the spirit of f.iuiily I as pain8 jn tne region of the kidneys ! Relieve she is to ro up about half a
i'iv.iii. ne were pleased to meet I (nt-iy. iut iniunj
Ths Small Bey and His Hat.
lie t'.iiipH his hat m-ross tlio dinlpg
room when lie comes In from school or
leaves It In nil manner of places iu the
house, la the con I biu or on sister's
bureau. He loses it Just at church
advantage has been reached. But when
the time rolls around for the next year
it is discovered that modern inventions
furnish new thrillers.
For 1912 Oct. 4 to 12 the Illinois
American product, the Johnson, of
Terre Haute, Ind., driven by Louis J.
Johnson, the patentee and inventor.
j There will be frequent races between
these machines, and Professor John
son ridicules the suggestion that any
aeroplane on earth can beat his Amer
ican built car .
The monoplanes will carry U. S. mail
from the fair grounds postal station to
some railroad postoffice near Spring
field. Arrangements are being made
and automobiles and motorcycles a
battle between gasoline in the air and
on earth five miles on the race track.
The board of agriculture was very
fortunate this year in securing for Sun
day lecturer the great independent
preacher, Pastor Russell of Brooklyn
and London tabernacles. IliB theme
wilf be "Beyond the Grave." Profes
sor John T. Reid of the American Con
servatory cf Music, Chicago, will sing
solos, and the Illinois Watch Factory
A DANGER SIGNAL
Kidney Troubles, Bladder Dis
orders, Rheumatism, and
Serious Diseases Follow.
for this feature with the postoffice ue-1 '-anc ana orcnestra win render a sa
'partment through Postmaster Wheeler I crcd concert. Services in the Coliseum
of Springfield. The mail will be i at 2 P- m.. Sunday, Oct. 6. No reserv
stamped "Aerial Mail, Illinois State i e,l seats-
"We have had the Wright biplanes
for two years," 6aid Secretary Dickir
son, "and they gave splendid satisfac
tion. This year, however, we will have
a biplane of the Curtiss type, and Paul
Studenaky will handle it. He is said
to be a de-il-may-care fellow, who flirts
with death every minute he is in the
air. I don't know about that, but he
is well recommended. Madame De
Vonda will fly In a hot-air balloon I
No state fair or exposition on earth
this year offers as much in the way of
thrillers as the Illinois state fair. Illi
nois certainly will retain its title of
"The Greatest Fair on Earth" in 1912.
Tour complexion as wen as your
temDer is rendered miserable by a
! disordered liver. By taking Chambcr
! Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you
can Improve both. Sold by all drug-fists.
;r. wi onnor or tne board of admin
iftration aud Dr. Hardt, superinten
dent of the Lincoln state school, who
were making a careful inspection of
"We. as members of the visiting
board, at this time particularly in-
PAY NOTHING UNLESS
POSTAL WILL BRING TRIAL
TREATMENT AND A HISTORY
OF FAMOUS PEOPLE.
enters the church the anthem ts being
sung., and the disgrace of being late
OKain is laid on the Innocent heud
piece clutched In the hand of the
small boy who has already forgotten
the confuwiou of which be was the
cause twenty minutes ago. In this
stage also one's bat Is removed on the
way to school by tbe band of one's
bosom friend, passed down tbe line of
surrounding boon companions, stuffed
into others' pockets. while dire
thoughts of ultimate loss boid one In
their pri. and tbe reckoning to be
psld at home wraps the world In trag
edy. George L. Parker in Atlantic
nervousness, dizziness, tired and!""16 8na lnen come oown ln a Para
worn out feeling, weak bladder, pain-jchlrte-"
fu), scaldy, or urinary troubles. There will be aeroplane races, bomb
which are Just as dangerous, for the throwing, quick starting and stopping,
slightest kidney disarrangement If
neglected may develop into the dead
diving, climbing the stair, the spiral
glide, and a lot of other air stunts cal-
MI-O-NA Stomach Tablets surely do
end all indigestion and stomach mis
ery and to prove It we will send "a trial
treatment, an Interesting booklet and
; toll you exactly how to banish all
700 Twelfth Street.
Old phonaa Meat 443 and 869.
Delivery to any part f th city
Read Wrote Standing.
One pculh-.r fud with regard to bis
writing Charles Reade shared with
other famous novelists he could not
remain seated at a table, but did bis
work standing at a high desk. This
was characteristic also of Victor Ilugo.
who wrote the whole of "Les Misera
ble" standing. Wllkle Collins, too.
declared that bis thoughts flowed more
freely when standing on bis feet. In
direct contrast, one recalls that Mark
Twain did much of bla work propped
op la bed and that Sir Walter Scott
found bis brain clearest when reclln
lcg comfortably on a couch. London
Making a Good Start.
"Ton may Joke about women'a con
Tections. bat I thick women are pretty
wise. Now. my wife's club appointed
a committee to study economy ta
stomach trouble and put your atom- dress.
ach In line shape or not a cent to pay. j "Well."
just say on a postal or in a letter' "They started oof by going to a mn
l"Pend me free trial treatment of MI-I"11 comedy." Washington Herald.
IO-NA" and you will never be sorry!
iaddres. Booth's MUo-na, Buffalo. N. r. Hope say, to a. .r wry mnmnt
ju wuui iirug company gcaraa- -tio ou. g oar and lend. .,. ,hn.
j Rot &! Dyspeptics 1
ly Bright s Disease, Dropsy, or Dia-' cuiaiea to inrui tne crowds. A reg
bctes. ular list of events will be given every
It is not only dangerous, but needless, I dav fn tne afternoon "bf Friday and
for you to suffer, and endure the tor-' Saturday, Oct 4-5, and In the forenoons
I tree them. A large box 59 cent. j the gra Ta--De Main tenon.
tures of these troubles, for the new
discovery, Croxone, quickly and sure
ly ends all such misery.
There is no more effective remedy
known for the permanent cure of all
forms of kidney, bladder trouble, and
rt.eeumatlsm, than this new scientific
preparation, because It removec the
cause. It soaks right Into the kid
neys, through the walls and linings,
cleans out the clogged-up pores, neu
tralizes and dissolves the poisonous
uric acid and waste matter, that lodge
In tbe Joints and muscles and cause
thcae terrible rheumatic pains, and
makes the kidneys filter the poison
from the blood and drives it out of the
Three doses of Croxone a day, for
a few days la often all that is ever
needed to enre tbe worst backache
or overcome disagreeable urinary dis
orders, and you can take it with the
utmost confidence that nothing on
earth will so quickly cure the worst
case of kidney, bladder trouble, or
Tou will find Croxone different
from all other remedies. There Is
nothing else like it. It is so prepared
that it is practically Impossible to
take It into the human system without
results. An original package costs but
a trifle at any first class drug store.
All druggists are authorized to per
sonally return the purchase price If
.j Croxone should fall la a single case.
th balance of the time, excepting Sua
In addition to the aeroplane and
balloon acts, which will take place be
fore the grand stand, at the same time
there will be mule races, pony races,
and Madame Garcia of Cuba will run
down an inclined plane ln her automo
bile and turn a triple somersault. A
triple team of coal black ponies, with
gold-mounted harness, drawing a white
enameled truck wagon, will do some
fancy stepping, and Master Henry Mc
Coy of Sfringfleld will have his little
pony, "Snowball," do some high school
If this were not enough for the fore
noon's entertainment (afternoon the
first two days), all the bands on the
ground will be consolidated into one
grand Illinois state fair band, and will
give a great concert In front of the
grand stand, as follows: Monday, Oct.
7. American airs annd melodies; Oct.
8, the melodies of England, Scotland
and Ireland; Wednesday, Oct. 9, Ger
man melodies; Thursday, Oct. 10, pop
ular melodies of all nations; Friday,
Oct 11. French and Italian.
Automobile day, Saturday, Oct 12,
will form the usual grand climax to the
state fair. It Is staged this year on
more elaborate lines than ever attempt
ed cn a circular dirt track. Heretofore
there has been only one star, but this
year there will be several drivers of
world-wide fame, beaded by Louis
MASONS FIX DATE
Corner Stone to New Temple
Now Being Built to Be
Laid Oct. 17.
The corner stone of the new Ma
sonic temple now ln course of con
struction at'the corner of Eighteenth
street and Fifth avenue, will be laid
Oct. 17, with appropriate ceremonies
according to decision reached by com
mittees of the various local lodges be
longing to the order. A telegram was
sent today to State Grand Master Dar
rah at Bloomington inviting him to be
present to deliver the speech which
will accompany the stone laying.
There is no question as to his accept
ing the invitation provided he has not
a prior engagement. Various commit
tees are at work on the program for
the day and It is likely that Rock Is
land will be host to hundreds of Ma
sons at the time.
Action from youth, advice from mid
dle age, prayers from the agcd.--He-Biod.
Your Linen will be
whiter and last longer
washed the Peosta
Way. No boiling
and very little
rubbing is neces
sary. Big saving
in work and on