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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1912.
IS FOUND GUILTY;
TAKES AN APPEAL
Jury Decides Mrs. Hols apple Is
BITTER LEGAL BATTLE
Defense Carrie Case to Circuit Court
and Woman la Released Under
After a, bluer legal battle, which
was waged throughout the entire day,
and which was marked by repeated
clashes of attorneys, Mabel Holzapple
charged with maintaining a house of
ill fame, was last night found gui'.ty
by the Jury, after a deliberation of
nearly an hour, and her fine placed at
25 and costs. The tttorney for the
defense, J. K. Scott, immediately ap
pealed the case to the circuit court,
and gave surety for the bonds of $400
which were- imposed. Mrs. Harry
Roberts, vbo claims to have been em
ployed at a domestic at the Solzapple
place, 1506 Second avenue, and
who was also taken In the raid made
by the officers late Saturday night,
acted only as a wltn-ss. It being de
cided to try both cases separately, and
the latter woman will be placed on
trial tomorrow morning.
SEVEt BALLOTS NFXXIART.
All the evidence in Mrs. Holsapple's
case was In shortly after 5 o'clock,
and the Jury was out a trifle less than
an hour. It Is understood that seven
bal'.ots were taken, the first of these
being four to two for conviction. The
sixth ballot showed only one man in
favor of acquittal and on the seventh
ballot, a decision was reached. The
Jury which was selected was as fol
lows: H. A. Clvenstlne, W. E. Bail
ey, Louis Marks, Harry T. McKown,
John S. Leath, and Ira IL Buffum. In
summoning veniremen. Chief Brinn
stated that he wanted representative
According to reports received, there
were 11 baJlnts tak-n as to the amount
of the fine. On th first vote, two of
the, Jurymen favored the maximum
fine prescribed by the cit ordinances,
1. e.. $200.
ROB WHITE MAN
Slug Inebriate Over the Head
With a Piece of Gas
-FRISK" HIM FOR $4.55
Police Capture One of the Assailants
but the Other Is Still at
Lured from a n'gro restaurant on
Twenty-fourth Fin-t early thiB morn
ing, whllt iu an Intoxicated condition,
Ilobert Watt, a WVst Liberty laborer,
was attacked by two negroes, who
slugged him over the head with a gas
pipe and removed $t.fr, from his po k-
tts. leaving him lying on the side
walk unconscious. Officers Glnnane
and Furlong were called by witnesses
of the affair and one of the negroes,
Fred Rnllingfi whs enptured, but the
other one, William Wheat, a charac
ter well known lu police circles, who
has lu the past beeu a participant in
various fracases at the Lincoln club
ducked up an alley and made his get
away. Tht police are looking for him.
OSK M rtPPTI'HKn.
Watt, the robbers' victim, this morn
lng Identified Rollings as one of th
principals In the affair, and the offend
er was placed under $5u0 bonds and
his case continued until Saturday
Watt esime to Rock Island from
West Utxrt yltst night at G o'clock,
having about $S in his possession. He
Immediately began to round up the
visible sui ply of whisky and as a
result was very much intoxicated at
an early hour this morning, when he
entered the negro restaurant. There
A Big Purchase of Silks
58c, 75c AND 85c VALUES AT 39c
Here's an opportunity to choose from 20 pieces of 24
lnch poplins in pretty evening and street shades.
Fancy messallnes. and plain taffetas, 58c, -5Q
75c and 85c values, all at one price OXJC
ROCK ISLAND. I Ast through to ood
A Bed Sed Set and Two Shams
for Only $1.98
Another value extraordinary that we secured direct from
the manufacturer at a big puce reduction. Fine Imita
tion drawnwork bed spreads. Including
two shams, for only
The Sale of Manufacturer s and Jobbers Clearances
Means one thing as you all know. It means the offering by us right in the height of the fall season, of great quantities of splendid and desirable merchandise, secured from the Clearance
Sales of manufacturers and jobbers all over this country.
Our sharp buying, spot cash methods and large output command for us the lowest of prices and our public gets the full benefit of the handsome sayings.
Watch for the price tickets distributed in almost every department of the big store and be on hand not only Thursday, but every day of the sale.
Here Are Two of the Many
Dress Goods Offerings
27-Inch wool Scotch plaid walBtings, manufactured
to sell at 48o you get them at the 1 Q I
ridiculous price of a yard LJL 2 C
1800 YARDS OF 75c, $1.00 AND $1.25
SUITINGS AT YD. 49c
Fine Imported novelty worsteds and plain suitings.
Some of the greatest values we have offered are
in this lot.
Take your pick at Just
A Few of the Glove Snaps
Ladles' 2-button chamolsette gloves, colors na
tural, gray and white, 50c value, for a pair 29
Ladles' black fleece lined cashmere gloves, the 35c
kind, a pair 1Q
Ladles' fur trimmed fleece lined Mocha mittens, a
95c value, choice, a pair 50
The MM Weather
has extensively disarranged the plans of the
WOMEN'S COAT, SUIT and DRESS MAKERS,
and as a result we are able to offer some re
markable bargains this early In the season, In
these garments.. This comes most conveniently
for the fcig MANUFACTURERS' and JOBBERS'
are all late styles of this
season. They Include the
very newest effects, the choicest fabrics, and the
workmanship is of the best.
We divide them Into lots at
$9.90, $1450, $18.75, $22.75 and $29.00
and the actual values at 35 to 60 more. .
are made In all the stylish
cloths of this season and
cover a wide range Prices
$10.00, 12.50, 15.00, 18.G0 and 2350
values 28 more.
The Dresses charmeuse, etc., are
elegantly made and designed. Prices
.50, 13.50, 17.50 and 21.50
There are a few very special ones, including
handsome party dresses at $29.50. Tou will find
some excellent bargains here.
T jrrrif TlnApmremr Pirrrhnxa From
Manufacturers and Jobbers Sur
Be oa band Thursday If 70a wan! wnderwear tor
any member of yonr family. One of the largest
dry goods jobbers of the west closed out to us
large lots from bis surplus stock. These consist
ing of medium and heavy weight shifts and
drawers and union sufts for men, women and
children at remarkably low prices and we pase to
you the benefit of this fortunate purchase.
Women's shirts and drawers, regular BOo and T60
values la broken lots, sites 4. 5, 8, sale price 31ty
Women's 41.00 union suits In medium weight oot
ton and fleece lined, slsee 4, S, 6, some are a&gbXtf
soiled, being salesmen's samples. Tou will appre
ciate these bargains
One Big Lot of children's shirts and drawers,
worth 60c and 75c, la slue 8 to 9, mostly samples.
Sale price -................ SSty
Children's union suits, worth $1.75, salesmen's
samples, slightly soiled, but they are ttg bargains
at the price only .........49
EOo Heavy cotton fleeced shirts and drawer, 30a
Men's natural wool, camel's hair and tea merino
shirts and drawers, extra value at 91-00
Large bars of hard water
eastile soap, . 1 A
S bars for 1UC
Regular 25c cans ' ' well
known Spearmlp. tooth
Rock Island Turkish
Electric Bath House
ELECTRIC TUB BATH
Hydro Theurcphy Treatment
And many other treatments
PRICE 25c UP TO $3.00
Open every day.
Corner Second avenue and
Nineteentn street 2nd floor.
Opposite New Harper.
On pound cans of Air-
float talcum powder, 25c
$1.50 to $3.00 values in
fine hair switches. In all
Manufacturers Surplus Shoe Sale
Greatest Shoe Opportunity of the Season
Standard makes, from Boston, Brooklyn, Rochester and Cincinnati, bought by
us and will be sold to you for much less than regular prices.
$1.98 for women's high
grade shoes In all the new
est shape toes and heels,
gunmetals, patents, suedes,
velvets and cravenettes, all
sizes In the assortment.
Don't miss these; choice of
$2.95 for women's better
made shoes. The season's
best in styles. The range
of materials embody all
leather and many fabric
shoes. The sizes are com
plete and all widths from A
to D. They will not last
long at this price. Tou save
$3.45 for men's shoes. We
will not mention the mak
er's name In connection with
this sale, but you will reo
ognize the regular value and
appreciate the bargains we
offer when you see the
shoes. The sizes are com
plete In several
styles; choice .
BOYS'. GIRLS' AND CHILDREN'S SHOE BARGAINS
The several kinds offered In this sale for the youngsters mean bargains
apes, such as every parent will appreciate.
Mill lengths of good qual
ity tennis flannels, light
and dark, j I
vard . . . 372C
8x12 TAPESTRY BRUS
We have secured a limited num
ber of these fine all wool tapestry
rugs. They come In a good as
sortment of patterns. tQ Q(
Special for this sale. . . J)0. D
Others In same size $9.95 and
Choice from a lot of
fancy belts, values BOo
t0 hBc: 25c
Just 25 black velvet shop
ping bags, silk cord
Mill Wngtbs of wide Tur
key red, oil color calico.
twill weave, d
a yard .02C
10 PATTERNS IN 9x12
Beautiful assortment of high
grade Axmlnster rugs, both floral
and Oriental patterns, all worsted
and closely woven
back; this sale at.
MENT OF WILTON
at about less than regular.
A lot of 50 only, all we could get,
to go at this price. Regular $2.00
values, size 27x54
inches; choice ....
FROM A BIG JOBBER OF
lace curtains we have secured
150 pairs of high grade Notting
ham curtains. All are 50 inches
wide and 3 yards long. All ten
point quality. We assort thorn
in three lots
Lot 1 Special at 79
Lot 2 Special at 89
Lot 3 Special at 99
Side jabots of lawn, dain
ty lace trimming, worth
up to $1.50; QQ
10c quality of heavy ten
nis flannels, big assort
10 yards for JUC
A limited quantity of un
bleached cotton flannel,
while they last, f-
9-4 bleached sheeting, free
from starch and q
dressing, a yd i-tC
NLatchless values in tiome
Furnishings for the
Finest quality Ober nickel plated sad irons, in sets
of 3 Irons ana handle and stand, $1.25 value on
sale at 79
Superior steel table knives and forks with hard
wood handles, the set 4S
Brass King wash board, for the manufacturers'
Family scales with platform and scoop, weigh up
to 24 lbs 89
My Wife's folding ironing boards, regular $1.50
value, on sale at 97
Black Lusta iron enamel for all kinds of stoves
25c size, for this sale, can 15
THF.SE BRASS BEDS FROM
THE KINNEY-ROME CO.
Discontinued floor samples that the
factory was willing to close out at a
big reduction if we took the lot.
That's why you may secure a 2-inch
post bed, similar to the t7
cui, ior oniy h- . sr
Close Out Lots of
Beautiful china and rich cut glass from a big
well known jobber.
Fine china celery trays. 8-inch size, in a variety of
decorations, 65c value, for 38
Sugar and cream sets, beautiful thin china, 3 de
signs of decoration, Just half price, the pair 25
Imported hand decorated china, bread and butter
plates, worth double this price 10f
Brilliant cut glass water tumblers, diamond and
fan design, 50c value, for this sale each 25
American cut glass bowls, moBt beautifully cut
polished, regularly a $3.50 value, for $189
Mill seconds of Bradley
mufflers, all colors. Im
slight, each . .
$1.75 values in beaded
chiffon scarfs. In all
your choice OC
2 quart water bottles and
70c values, each..
Mill lengths of yard-wide
bleached muslins, 10c
10 yards tor..
Greatest Values in Ladies Ho e frm at From a Big Knitting Mill Come
M.,i, ft. a y nhh-d rth v These Men s Sweater Coats
500 yards white and col
ored rucbing. various
widths, 25c values, "
a yard AVo
1,000 yards of mill sec
onds of fa&cy flunelettes
10c value, f
a yard ..... miJC
a pair; 3 pairs for ,
12 dos. Imported cashmere hose,
value, a pair....'
60 dos. ladies' black fleeced hose,
value, a pair
One case boys' and girls' black ribbed
always 15c; a pair
26 dos. ladies' pure silk hose. In all colors, bought as
seconds but the Imperfections If any, are so slight they
are hardly noticeable. Compare them with silk hose
usually sold at $2.ao, while they last, only a pair 79e?
Yard-wide wool finished
shepherd check - f
sulUnas, yard 1UC
to 14c, a roll.
Mattresses at Lowered Prices From the
Dixie Cotton Felt Mattress Co.
Here are 260 high grade all felt mattresses from the
Dixie Cotton Felt Mattress Co.
Twice each year they clean up all odd tickings, that
Is why you are buying these at the following price
$7.75 values now... $6-18 values new.. $825
$8.76 values aow. . .$7.48 $14 60 values $1195
$9.75 values bow... $7 89
Rest easy, sleep well cs one of them.
Salesmen's Samples of
Blankets Note the
Extreme Little Prices
A most fortunate purchase.
Indeed, were these high grade
wool blanketa that had been
sold by the traveling salesmen
of a big western Jobbing house,
Secure yours while these lit
tle prices last. A few of the
$4.75 blankets now for S3-35
$5.68 blankets now for $395
$6.50 blankets now for $396
IS 97 blankets now for 5-65
$9.60 blankets now for $6 75
11.50 blankets now for $7-50
SOFT CRIB BLANKETS
VERY SPECIAL AT 23c
We took all one Jobber had of
these soft pink and white crib
blankets. Wonderful values at
Note the B:g Savings
Men's oxford gray cotton sweaters, special at 59
Men's navy and red sweaters with collar, $3.00 value
Men's H wool sweaters with collar. $3 value at $123
Men's $3.25 wool sweater coats, sale price only $2 25
Men's all wool sweater coats, V neck 6tyles at $3 25
Men's $5.00 sweater coats, extra values at $-iOO
A lot of black and colored
veilings, many styles, up
to 50c values, -I
a yard XVC
Men's Shirts, the E & W and Diamond
Brands from Manufacturers Surplus
3 BIG LOTS 79c, 59c and 39c
At 39c you will have your pick of shirts worth
75c, most all sizes la this lot; choice J7C
The E8c ones include printed madras and percales In
neat stripes and figures, all sizes in this lot; g f
choice js 2
At 79c- you will have your choice of an excellent assort
ment of patterns In pleated or plain effect. jq
These are regular $1.00 shirts, all sizes at L 7C
Shirts 45 and 29c
Zlon val and torchon
laces a big assortment.
values to 10c,
e: tra special
Embroidered bands In
Irish crochet effect. 2 to
3V inch widths, Ql
a yard X2C
Black satin shopping bags,
silk cord handles, many
each I iC
1 ho went to sleep, after eating a bite,
' I.. m. - . . 1- 1 -1- - - . J . .
I bill. He was finally awakened and
I went outside, followed by the two ne
' groes who then jumped on him with
' i the gas pipe.
Clara O. Paige to Lola L. Hays,
north 5 feet lot 3 and all lot 2. block
5, Hilts' addition, Moline, $1,400.
Charles Johnson to Edna M. Mitch
ell, lot 32, Sweeney & Jackson's addi
tion, Moline, $1.
Olof J. Linder to John B. Cornwall,
let 8. block 1. Smith is. White addition.
Moline Heights. $500.
Willow White to Ernest R. Suther
land, tract in northeast quarter, north
taet quarter, section 4, 17, lw, $350.
Andrew W. Peterson to A. H. Arp,
lot 4, dock M. Moline Water Power
company addition, Moline. $5,150.
Moline Trust & Savings bank to Mrs.
Margaret Armstrong, part outlot 13,
section 4, 17, lw, Highland addition,
east half, southeast quarter, $410.
Charles IL Pone to William IL Gui-
ley, lot IS, block
173, East Moline,
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