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TITK ROCK ISLAND AKGUS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1918.
IS REVEALED IN
THE LONG AFFAIR
Finding of Empty Poison Phial
Followed by Complete Con
fession of Woman. .
LIFE ATTEMPTED BEFORE
Spurned Advance Towards Married
Man Cause Young Mother to
Essay Rash Deed.
he at! which .sh-- had ob'ainej.
I I'olie ru-Ti. who v:s;;oq the scf;ne of
I "ho a't'iup'.e 1 suicide, f'. uii-1 the tiny
! bo::2 L'i when ccnftut.ied ly It thid
1 morning Mrs. '.oi.g cor fosa' d. !
! A ( Mil. II IlKll'K.
' y.-t.. Long " as niLrriei h'in hjt !j
' ;ear-. of .-':. li.e a'Uc'.--cr.; t.n'4 o:.t
ui.';ri'iiiate a. i h.isty aifairs
;whh are &f't.-ward- rogre."'ed. The!
, hir-.brad is i'S years r.grJ but the
chl.d v. ife h;iR nver uisplayed much
I auction for her mate. She has ben
; a constant frt-jjuf n'er of w ine rooms
I during her stay :u R.'.ck Lsiand, ac- ,
1 cording to me pjlice. and has neg
loct'jd her family.
ItlJC'OSt II.I4T1UN EKFI2C1 EU.
'I !rs momitiir u reconciliation was
'IT fi.-d h tvf-a '.he tut band and wife,
i .Mr U-i.? agreed to ake back the j
j woman and provide for her as before, j
j The husband has worked faithfully j
ar.d ha? F'rived tr make the home a
'happy one. btr th woman's love for!
t.ie br.sti liithta and the musical pop
t.mg tf ' r.e bot'h-t, Laj renueted the.
ion.ri : life a failure. Mr. Ixw has
f;t n pleaded with her to forsake the
'"f- which Fhe was l.id:ne, and to turn
' '. : :. t. -vn ';:'. hat the pleat have
!.. :. in i.tti.
iii;.i mm: i;.
Now, Mr Lor.g p.na to move from
1 the city and Journey west, where it
yesterday i is his intention to buy a little farm
: and ti'-cia I if" anew. It is the belief
thv oii'-f remmed :rom rue
of n:t;ht re-!ry tn-1 d.-sol'i!e asso
c'atiLiih. hib Wife will be able to
mend her ways and again become a
ward the married man with whom the ! mother to her daughter and a real
1 alleged to hare been Int. mate for . help mate to her husband.
Home time paa-, were repu!ej. On
tirst examination it was thought that
the woman wa merely under the in
fluence of liquor, but this morning she j
oonfesaed to CommlBlonr Hart that '
he had taken poison to i :n hr mis
ery, following an all-night -arouse, ,
and that a similar attempt had been i
made a week ago. '
aVeoordlng to her own statement,
Mr. Lcnc fell desperately in love
with a married man In the city boiud
taoatba ago. The couple have been
together constantly, and the po.icc
allege that they hare stayed at shady
hotel both In Davenport and Rock t T ri.tl
Island, registering as man and w f ,
Fearing possible exposure and a b
scandal, the man in the raw has of
gu'My, tii e.'rirge against him
R. I. S. TERMINAL
STILL A PROBLEM
Company Still Hopes to Get In
dependent Line to Heart
Ing. Men from both the Davenpoi
I and Moline Elks' lodges were on hand
to assist the Rock Island BIIIb In the
Neither Klaw, Erlanger nor Shubert j
' were atle to be present last night. All
sent regrets and express the hope
that they will be able to arrive in the
i city before long, in order to sign up
: all the talent which can be seduced
j from the home town. The next re
, h9arsal will be held Sunday after
HAS NOT CEASED EFFORT
D.fficuttle in Way of Using Trl-Clty
Railway Line Held Insurmountable.
The story of a married
trangtmnt from hrowr, h ishiaid. th
lielect of fcer four vt.ar-o ii Ui.:.'u1er,
ana or br infutuatioti f r
man who Is married and l..m
In Rock Island, was ..
inomlbK, follfwlm; th find .r
mp'y poison bottle in 1 be b.i' k
of the Iriumond salofni fiinmer ara a
and the subHeyueut Krilling of Mrs-.
r.va Long, who was dincovered on the
ground almost lifeless
It was learned that th- wom in hi -tual'.y
did attempt to r -mn.'t s-iif.d.
by drinking carbolic acid s:-rdBy
morning, becauae her adva-res to-
NISSEN IS FINED
FOR HAVING GUN
Pleads Guilty in Justice Court
Thia Morning to Charge of
Af'er wecunng a continuance for
Heven da 4 on the plea of desiring a
by lU of his peers. Justice G.
IV Nis.--n this morninc waived a jury
trial in J jstiro Cleland's court, and
"We have not given up hope of getp I
ting a right of way Ar our oars into j
the business part of Rock Island," '
said J. W. Walsh, secretary of the
Koek Island Southern Railroad coin
pany, to a representative of The Argus j
LoJay. "We have some plans that we j
are now working on, but we do not :
care to make their exact nature public
at this time " I
"What about coming in over the
Tri-City Railway company's lines?" he '
"That is impossible," was the re
ply. "There are two reasons. One
is that our cars have one and one-half-inch
flanges, which will not fit
the girder rails of the street railway
line. The other is that our motors
are made to utilize an alternating cur
rent, while the power on the city lines
is from a direct current. It is im
possibly to Install transformers on the
"What about ths talk of running
your line into Moline by buf.ding a
new road north from Southern Junc
tion?" was asked.
"We have Investigated that matter,
but have gone no rurther," was the
"Are you backing the new road that
is being promoted between Muscatine
and Southern Junction?"
"We are not; in fact, I was not
aware that such a line is being pro
moted." President J. F. Porter of the Tri
Clty Railway company, asked for a
! TRI-CITY RAILWAY'S POSITION.
)"We stand just where we always
have. We are willing to let tie Rock
WOMAN AGED 100
YEARS IS CALLED
Mrs. Hannah Bollinger of Silvis
Passes to Rest After Long
Mrs. Hannah Boll'nper, aged 100
years, passed away this morning at
3 o'clock at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Kannie C. Brooks. 139 Eleventh
street, silvis. after a lingering il ness. '
Death was due to the inlirmities or
Mrs. Bollinger was born Nov. 9,
The Celebrated Cook Book
Sand yoor mddr
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, NEW YORK.
Royal is absolutely pure and wholesome,
the best in every way, of all the baking
powders. It makes food of finest flavor,
and adds anti-dyspeptic qualities thereto.
It has greater leavening strength and is
therefore the most economical.
street, with services at 2 o'clock at
the Knox chapel. Interment was made
in CMppiannoek cemetery.
FnnArftl lArvlnti fnr Phftpl William
New York stale, where 8heVulg9mf onA, were conducted this
resided until the year 1S52, when she
came to Illinois. She settled first on
a farm four miles from Oeneseo, where
she lived for 40 years. Since the
death of her husband in 1S92, she
had been making her home with her
two daughters, Mrs. Brooks, of Silvis,
and Mrs. William Eckert, of Anna,-
l w an. 111.
The aged woman celebrated her
100th birthday anniversary last No
vember, being assisted in observing
the happy event by about 46 relatives
and friends. Those who survive are
two daughters, Mrs. Fannie C. Brooks
of Silvia and Mra. William Eckert of
Annawan, liL, one grandchild, five,
greatgrandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
The funeral will be held Monday
afternoon at 12:30 o'clock from the
home with services at 2:30 o'clock at
the Congregational church in Geneseo.
Rev. E. W. Thompson of Silvis will
officiate. Interment will be made in
the Geneseo cemetery.
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home, 523
Eighth street. Interment was made in
CAUGHT IN A RAID
Paroled Inmate of Geneva Home
Taken in Shady Rooming
House Last Night.
late outfht todlfientiinifle h'.niheif from p ead pu ny. tii e:rir?e against
the meshes w hich have slowly out 1 e.n amend'-d from that of carrying : island Southern run its passenger cars
Hurelv tightened about him tin -eaten- ! ' " eak d weapons to disorderly con- i into Rock Island over any of our lines
John McNeil, a resident of Rock Is
land for the past 40 years, passed away
last evi aine Rt !:45 o'clock at his
ing to blast his entire fu'ure. I u t. a r.ne or im ana costs was ira- i ti,at they can make use oi. aim home, 2'-(J Fir th-antl a half avenue, ar-
i Pi hmii. 'posed and paid ; them only such sums for the privi- ; tPr a svt,ra monih8' illness of compli-
1 N " , I .. V... ... r. ...... K . . i . . .n.,-rtfn An U' ll H r P .. . . i 1 T
week tin mnn has " au"ui a. mvuui as ouier snen u" ; cat ions. He was oorn in ireiaua jd.
uio. toiiowu g a rracus wnicn toon intemrhan cars are similarly ujuuicu. .jj is-,. coining to this city 40 years
piai:e in a s;:loon on Second avenue, of course, we should object to having ag0i where he had resided ever since,
in which he and Theodore Peterson ' th Southern doing local business j rje(.'ea:;,Mj is survived by a daughter,
engaged in a fistic encounter. Then,. using our lines. The officers of iMjtB Alina an,i a FOn John of Hock
punier was lined the next morning f nf. southern know our position, and it . Xsla nd.
on Ins plea o guilty to a charge of ; is , to them to make the next move
if they wish to avail themselves of our
"Some of our ras will not accom
pleted yesterday although the -entire
day was given over to four lawyers
who are appearing in the case B. D.
Connelly and C. J. Searle for the re
lator and VIlliam McEniry and J. T.
Kenworthy for the respondent. The
hearing will be resumed Monday morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
Ice at East Moline. An operation wai
deemed necessary, but bis condition
prevented thia in time to save hia life.
MISSISSIPPI ICE CO.
STARTS TO "CUT
lulling the past
n'endily refute d to see Mrs 1.011(5 and
has told her that th affair must end, 1
that he owed something to his wife
nnd family. Overwhelmed by her,
Kreat ove. the won, an has pl'-n.p d and
1 emoiis' rated, teliin,- li. r ner that r
was now ton late :i turn ba-k. md
proi'ttlliK Ibf he hiii iU I d h:i'- thoiliiht
Of bl fil.ll. il V lief. Ml'. I llSlll'l-eftO'll! i.
her pleas. Mrs. I.i.n attempied Mil- '
ride a i'"k an. She b'.iif'.t a b'irli:
of arliel i- .n-id at i: i il ap'i'he-'
eary's ln(.. nut w ing to ui-- mt ::l -'-.t
l,lB rmi'l-'l:' the y;ile ef p' 1 1 -I'll.-, ets
able t i'i-t -inly a dibit' d n'-'utloii This
wuh sw.i lewi'l, li;' a;-!'!' finm m;ii.
Ill jr tie' till !. !;" iei..,!i tie; l!.'. fi '.
fa11'"! ti ;.i ' ii::i .-h l-.-r l t- i. n-
di'Muti t.f i-ndii'K 'ii-i '-M!- ' ' 1
o- II i M'IM.i:.
Tliursdiiy lUtfht war. sn'l:t. r.n r
alleged, in debauch ill c n p;i'i w.t;i
a male t in;p.uii ii A v v i.ii: in
the early inoiint g t' e .:n:-!.'
thoughts afc.iin iewr" ,! i . I . - h...-'.
Overcome witli r.i:nore aid ii- e.t
with an lusatie dehlre tu bring a
i-oneludi'in her iniliupy exit. in .
which would be but a b.irren a'.d d
orlesa one without her cI;im n .-. ' I
mute, the 20-year-old wife w.u '. i
out Into the cold gray duu a:;J tV;.
ping In the alley back of the Diamond
saloon, drank the enMre ronten'F of
the phial containing carbolic a.id.
Staggering into the o'.d buminer .n
den she fell to the ground, where sl.
lay moaning until dlbcoverol by n
cer Kell. The woman remained in a
stnpor until lato lottt night, but today
wa little the worse for her exper
ience, the fact that she Mill al.ve
being due to the diluted condition of
' miiltv to a chance of
i: :n! deny conduct atid later Nissen
wis riiesied for carrying concealed:
weapons, there being evidence to show I
that the fracts followed his return;
to the saloon after making a threat
gei;ing a revolver, ll. M. .mc
:i ap;.iid as attorney for Nis
iii l'lod K. Thoi.ipsoii, state's
vi jiroecu'ed. The latter con
to the hanging of the charge,
a:- dirolderly cotlilU'.'l iu-
! i ti.g i i i-oin-' : led v-ap-
n in "It
i I . ; l .- 1 1 :
r.lAN STEALS CLOCK;
WILL DO TIME S00M
'Me thieving tendencies; of Ar'hur
M.:ri;;. ; ill! ! Ii.at: of leisure whose
r. r.e i.- ;.tiyvl.vie uiid ever w here, lei
' of a woman' wrappi-r ate
i ;.. v.'f'i iil.iy and incident-
n ' i . rat iou in the city ji.il
ti ehnrge. The man stole
chattels from the resideiico
Mitch dl. 4ul l orty
He was' captured by
to t! e tie
n : in ri-i
o:i a 1 in
of .;is M.uy
f Mirth streft.
( -i-er John Kinney and when search
ed the ms.iij; ar. ! wci-' u.-hco-. ered
oil I. Is pi I Still 'lil.s nioriiing t I. ( ase
V.:.- I Oil' It. IK d until Feb Vt. the cul
p.it's bonds being fi:-.ed at $l,iie.
Bananas. 5. in and K cents a dozen.
1 ruiik I';, mpai.a, -IT Seventeenth
strt c-t. l Adv )
For Your Shirts
Here is an innovation and an added feature
which will prove of great popularity with all men.
"Protex Cover" for shirts are fine dust proof
envelopes, into which we place all dress shirts, so
that when your shirts are returned to you they are
assured of being as spick and span as when they
left this Best, Biggest nnd Busiest Laundry in
Each shirt is in its own Prctex Cover." These
are not cheap oiled paper envelopes, but a very su
perior protector, better than anything ever before
used in this vicinity.
Have YOUR Shirts done i-p at the best laundry
and sent to you in the best and most up-to-date
modate their cars because of their
flanges beine too wide, but there will
be no trouble on this score in the bus-;
iness part of the city where heavy
steel has been laid We are w illing to j
put down new rails where they are
necessary to handle the interiiriian
"We ha-, e buunesti d that the South
ern anting' to hae their ia:s puib i
i town by a mod r car s'h !i as w-'
use on our l.nes. and that, still seems
to he the best way lo solve tie' prci
Ur:i The n otn- coi !d be left at the
ji:iieti"t: of 'he in' erur'nin and street
iaiivu lines and the ri w oi each car
(.ii.d couple it on a'ld r;iii the train
w .t unit any extra help
"(in the ht-isis mat the I. I. lias
he, ti onaige l for the n.-e of our tracks
in Davenport. 1 think the cost to tnu
S.,iith r;i oi r ii n:r.f its iais u town
bv tins l !nii would he ai.oi.t a d'Ular
From the foregoing it is plain that
tl.o problem of terminals In re for the
Rock Isliiiii; Southern is as lar from
solution as ever Undoubtedly tne
load's passenger and express business
would be greater if the cars were run
to the business center of the city ar.d
the running time could be reduced if
t'.e lnteruri a i cars transferred to the
T'i-City lines in the vicinity of Sears,
coining in over the Watch Tower line.
This would shorten the distance a full
mile and afford as direct a route as
(Otiid be laid out. Hy this plan the
Southern would retain nparly all of
the considerable 6hare of its business
that is turned over to the Tri-City
Railway company at Milan. Then, too,
it would be easy to arrange a loop to
First avenue, east of Seventeenth
street and the city could afford to
erect the waiting station on Market
suuare that las been discussed for i
; This suggestion was marie to Mr.
j Walsh but from his attitude it was
I gathered that his company U not pre-.
! pared to entertain any other planB so
! long as there is a possibility of getting
Inr Independent terminal over which:
iboth passenger and freight business'
I can be handled.
The funeral will be held Monday
! . - . .... I 1. .' l. - V.nmn
morning ar, :,;" uciociv nom me nuier. , j,an(j
w ith services at y o chick m nm-iru
Heart church. Rev. J. F. Uickney
will officiate. Inurtnent will be made
in Calvary cemetery.
j. . i oi;.
Funeral services for J. C. Love, for
merly of this city and more recently
a resident of Iowa City, were held at
the homo there today. Mr. Ixive died
Wer.ii.'niay as the result of a fall
which I.- fc:u.t; ned Tuesday. His al
ready en'.', ei.i u constitution could not
stand tin. shock. He had been an in
va 'd fi r t-'.tiUx yiars. Deceased was
'ii kn'.w'n ;i:ifiiiL the railroad meu
A police raid upon a First avenue
rooming house at 9 o'clock last night
resulted in the arrest of 20-year-old
Grace Miller, a former inmate of the
Geneva borne for girls, who Is now out
on parole. This morning the pris
oner was charged with disorderly con
duct and the case continued until
Thursday, bonds being fixed at $400.
The Miller girl, subsequent to her
' parolement, has been drifting about
the country, having stayed for a time
at Galesburg, Monmouth and other cit
ies. She arrived in Rock Island Dec.
27, and since that time has been em
ployed as chambermaid at the room
ing house in question. It is alleged
by the police that the girl has been
living an immoral life, and pending a
more extended investigation into her
past, she is being held at the county
jail. The Miller girl, who has been
married and separated from her hus-
appeared In police court
morning. It Is the intention of the
authorities to communicate with the
officials at the Geneva institution, and
the girl will probably be returned to
her former haunts.
Hugh McForester of
spent today in the city.
Representative E. L.
Oquawka waa in the city today.
Fred Sauerman has returned from a
visit at the Chicago automobile show.
Hon. P. Kenney of Newcastle, W'yo.,
is the guest of his brother. P. J. Ken
ney, 2803 Eighth avenue.
A. M. Winckler of Chicago arrived
In Rock Island this morning for an
over Sunday vlpit with friends.
T. F. Burke, 936 Seventeenth street,
is recovering from an illness and will
be able to be out In a few days.
The Misses Anna and Martha Hue
ing left at noon today for St. Peters
burg. Fla., where they will sojourn for
A. J. Beverlin, district manager of
the Bell Telephone company, has re
turned home from Sterling, where he
has been attending to business mat
ters. V. E. Snider of the Trevor &. Snider
Automobile Sales company returned
home this morning after spending the
past week in Chicago visiting at the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Eagal. 2507
Eighth avenue, will leave Monday
this ' morning for Oak Grove, Ala., w here
: they will sojourn during the next two
months with Mrs. Eagal's mother, Mrs.
Mary E. Cory.
The Mississippi Ice company of
Reck Island commenced ice harvesting
operations this noon in the obannel
Moine i below the Crescent bridge. The com-
, pany will cut 6,000 tons for next sea
Werts of son. The Ice below the bridge is re
ported to be from 10 to 12 Inches in
thickness and of fine quality. The
work is expected to be completed by
the company within the next week and
of tile Itoi k I.'laiiu
in the wi-ii.v. w
of this ( ity.
i ti 1 1 i i :
road, as he was a
Among the smvi
. i.o was M ii-s liana
C. J. SMITH FILES
Will Have His Name on Primary
Ballot for Re-nomination as
FREEZING OF FEET
FATAL TO M0 LINER
Gangrene which set in following the
i freezing of his feet, this morning re
1 suited in the death at Moline city hos
jp'tal of Ooscar Odell of Moline. The
mail Is survived by his parents, four
sisters and three brothers. I.ast Tues
,day he was removed to the hospital
: because of his feet having become
frozen while he was at work cutting
II, -o - tn'e.
Sn. ' 1
c'l loi k ;
1 he tl
atid Mrs. .
; Third street,
of d phtlieria.
d private, was
MNI CI I I Mill il.. I
The fc; etr.l of 'har'.es I- K;nsley j
was h'id 'his niort.hsg at : ?, o'clock j
from the hev,e, -..".ll Fifth-and a-half ;
avnii' . w it ii .- r id-s at ! o'cioi k at j
Sailed I'.i-a it church Rev. .1. F. Lock-!
'.ley oi'ii i a I d
Caivary ( r hk
The petition of Police Magistrate C.
.1. Smith, asking that his nkme be
placed on the democratic primary bal-1
io: for renomination to his present of-j
me, was tiled with the city clerk thia j
morning. The petition contained 112
nr.mes and the sheets were circulated
by John F. Tighe, P. H. Schwab,
Louis Marks and Mr. Smith himself.
Numerous other sheers containing sev
eral hundred names, were circulated
but were not brought in in time to file
with the first petition.
This afternoon the petitions of
Frank Bertelsen and James Darnell,
both candidates for t he republican
nomination for the office of police
was made in i magistrate, were hied with the city
Personal Tax Notice.
A'l persons not ownlni real estate.
having been duly notified, will appear j
t this othee on cr before Feb. 20. or
tiio v cause why their personal taxi
has not been paid.
Funeral Are Held.
The fun.-ral of James Sloan, color
ed was he!.! yesterday afternoon at
1 :ldO o'clock notn the home, 608 Fourth
TAKES OWN LIFE
Anna Almgren Suicides in Bed-
100m at Allendale Residence
wben kult healtbTand '
mctivc. Put your fowls
In prime coodilioa aadt
krp loam so. Add
to the ration n-i'itt(iwlltrtelltit
o.i .m rraiis eiu&t-arug
T.8 Only Guaranteed Exterminator
Ready for use. Better than traps.
Git tht gtnulni, rtfust Imitations
Money back 1( it fails.
At all dealers, 25c and $1.00.
Steams' EUotrto fast Co, Chicago, Illinois,
Dakota Early Ohio Potatoes, pejp
Table pears, per can
Seeded raisins, one pound pack
ages, three for
Initial Try-out of Talent Given j
in Club Rooms Formal j
The Initial rehearsal for the mam
moth minstrel show to be given Feb. !
IT. IS and 15 by the Rock Island Elks,
wxs held in the club rooms lust night ;
at 8 o'clock, a collection of some 30 -star
actors being on hand to start the
bell rolling. The work outs will all he
in nY. a rem - 9 f" V- . r-1 . . n O . , n V. r
ren-ents Miller r Draper, the New-
York firm who will stake, direct ar.d
produce the show. I
Assiznment of parts and a general '
discussion of what is to be attempted
, occupied the greater part of the even-
Price of Beef
is High ar.d so is ths prica of Cattle.
For years the Prov
ince ot ALBERTA,
e-, I the Eii Kanch.r.sCoun
jfj V I try. Many ot ihese
! I 'iV-f A J n.eri a'eids. and
Jr73 I rrT,H the cattle have gives
''1 & Mv"4 place to the cultivation
cP- i j.v.' t-1 r.aa rruiie many thou-
tancs o; Americans,
ttu a or. these plain, wealthy.
but has increased the price of
live stock. There is splendid
opportunity now to get a
FBEE H0MESTEU of 111 Acres
a:.d aaoifcer as a pre-emption)
;q the newer iitnct and pro
duce either catue or grain. The
crops are alwEys good, the clh
rr.3'e b excellent, schools and
churches are conver.ient and
rr.arket splendid in Manitoba,
Saskatchew an or Alberta.
Send at once for literature, the
latent I aicrT.am,o, railway rates.
C. J. Brouchton
R. 412, 112 Wdama St
cr write Si:pTnteT;d)t of Im
c:. iT3l.cn. (Jttav.s. Canada.
Depreased because of having been
discharged as cook at the residence in
Moline of F. G. Allen, Anna Almn-n,
middle aged woman, committed suicide
this morning by hanging. Her lifeless
body was found hanging to the door of
her bedroom at 2 o'clock this after
noon. She has a brother in Chicago,
who has been notified of the suic ide.
The Aliens left recently for Califor
nia on an extended visit, and having
no further use for the cook, discharged
her. She had no other means of liveli
hood and became depressed. A note
was found which said "Good-bye, everybody."
Feet massage a specialty
Telephone West 810-L.
LILLIAN M. ROUNDS
192212 Third Avenue.
A good standard pack of canntd
j corn ,per can
! Prompt delivery service.
1706 Third Ave.
Phone W. 21 1
Run Over by Truck.
F. R. Goldsmith, an East Moliae
irtman, was badiy injured this morn
ng while on his way to a blaze at
o'clock. He was running beside the
ruck in order to keep warm and in
ome manner fell under the vehicle.
rib wa fractured, his face was
:t and various bruises were Inflicted
""ii; t1! ' d --d fihouH"r. He is
now at Moline City hospital.
"TRY Speidel's Drug Store FIRST"
with its largest and
best stock of : : :
Hearing Is Continued.
The hearing of arguments in the J.
A. Campbell plea for writ of quo war
ranto against J. J. Taxman's saloon
at 3106 Fifth avenue, were not com-
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