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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1013.
TO GET LIBERTY
Tivc Inmates of County Jail
Have Stone Ready to Ee
Removed from Wall.
DEPUTY SIEMON PREVENTS
Official Learns of Plot and Take Im-
mediate Precaution Ring
leader to Joliet.
the .S"cond floor of the jai! building.
HlillK A VTON'E LOOSE.
Thr- five plotters contrived to dig
ou thf. n-.crtar around a s,trne In the
nor'h Bnd they had progressed
to a point where it might have been
post-ibl" for them with their com
bine.! e.forts to shove it out and escape
through the hole it would leare.
The ;i!'r mpt was to have been made
Yetterduy Deputy Piemon learned of
th" pi-it and at noon pave orders to
M' i.diif to prepare to leave at one
ror .T o 1 i r whither he had already been
r-'-n'enced. Before leaving, the chief
rlfj.u'y fr-j.ve directions which resulted
ir, tri'- n maining four plotters being
c.f.,.t;re!y i: kci :n cells which did not
permit of i,i-ir ge":r.g to the loosen
ed stone. The escape was frustrated.
BROWN GUILTY OF
THEFT OF HORSE
Such Is Verdict of Circuit Court
Jury Which Listened to the
Ed. Brown was yesterday adjudged
guilty of the crime of horse stealing or
larceny as the indictment read and
he was ordered to appear before Judge
R. W. Olmsted late this afternoon
to receive sentence, provided a mo
tion for a new trial to be made by his
, T!i plans of five of the county jail
priKMi' to effort thir escape last
viuh- '-' .is t'-r.vart'-i! by Iw-pu'.y Cleorg"
Sienion. who got wind of the scheme
sirid cu'-(f--sfuijy broke it up. One
of the schemers in tow at Joliet and
the or hers are teliu; watched too
Clos- iv to permit of their doing any
The w;ip- was plan ne.i by Ray lie
Lane, n icted of larceny; Ed. Urown.
convicted of horse stealing; Arnold
Wilorcn, indicted for robbery'; Her
jnan Thatcher, indicted for obtalnfrig
money iiml'T false pretenses, and J.
W. Miil.-r. Jr., the latter the colored
youth who is alleged to have robbed
h grocery store. They, together with
three other prisoners who were not
In on the scheme were imprisoned on
today orders were g'.ven for cement- ; attorney, G. W. McCaskrin, was over
ins The p'one in place again, j ruled by the court.
mpi.wk i Hirrirnvr. ' The trial of John Mefford, on a
(m the way to the penitentiary Dep-i charge of larceny, occupied the at
uty Fiemon attemp'ed to learn all the tention of the court all day today.
dtf'.is of the p ot from McLane, who : Mefford is alleged to have entered a
se"-ned to be the leader in the project. ' house in Rock Island for the purpose
Mcl.atie. however, was reticent and
r"f!:ffd to "pach," as he termed it, on
his t-i!'w prif oners. His conversa
tion fully verified the information
which Mr. Simmon had received, how
ever, ajsd convinced the deputy that
the f scape would have been attempted
had he failed to take precautions to
prevent the same.
TO BRANCH COURT
Membpre of the county bar associa
tion niftt with Judge R. Olmsted In
can be varied in many ways with different I acd ff;r the transfer of a number
lrostinjjs aiuiiuns. It looks a little nicer ! 0f cases from th main court to the
KlAWcil in llK. K.it t. (11 l. omi illvi a I
Cood bikcd in a smir !., branch court which Judge R
An Everyday Cake
K C Gold Cake
Iiv Mrj. Uuet McKeiuir Hill. Editor of
the liostun Cooking Jvhool Murxzine. !
J cup buttrr; J rui ninr; yolks of U
t'itrn li'iht; 1 ct jluur, U X
Ic.nrlfnhleniMHnijala;! lnfl ff poonWs
K C bakuii) I'mrder; J cup milk; yraUd
rind oj 1 orutye.
Sift flour and luking powder together
three timeij rr.im butter nd ngar, beat
yolkicif eccs 'ld tiifvr tu crenmeii mixture,
and hsi!v add tlir inoijtiire and flour alter
nately, beatiiiK b.ittrr until jmooih. OoiJ j
Cake cjii only r nudr sucresifuiiy by beat- j
ine yolkj of eKt;i, erv, very cteamv and ,
HKht lemon (elmeil, m:;g a rotary beater,
i ne rutary iirair is tlir only ,
bealrr that will do i-ntur to iV'Ai''.
tlie yol k of cj-i's. 'I !ic m
mC k-i In all ckk t.iste aiul
improves tlie tcxtuie of the If.r'-;
Hay wlK convene March 29. Mot im
portant among these wa the manda-ni'it-
action begitu by residents of Seo
ond avenue, Moline, aalnat the Mo-
line, lirit Moline t aiertown inter
of stealing and that he did take a
gold watch and fob which later he
threw on a bed when caught by neigh
bors in the house. His defense as
conducted by T. M. Coen is that he
was drunk and did not know -what he
The case vat given to the Jury thiB
The Ed. Patton rape case is to be
Phil Taxman has gone to Burling
ton, Iowa, on business.
Dudley Marshall left this morning
on a brief trip to Monmouth.
Dr. F. P. Co'.e of Rockford, I1L. 1
attending to business matters in the
Mrs. Arthur DC Kg of Dea Moines Is !
visiting friends In Rock Island and
Miss Janet Gordon of Metamora,
urban railway, in which it is sought j In-. the guest of Mrs. Joe McCrory.
to force that company to run Its cars
into and out of Moline over the Sec
ond avenue route, which has been
abandoned in favor of the Fifth ave
HALLIGAN TO TALK
ON "COFFEE" TONIGHT
921 Twenty-first street
Misa Wilma Chad wick has returned
to her home in Iowa City, after having
spent the past week In Rock Island '
with her oousln. Miss Mary Cunning
ham, and other relatives.
Owen Longwell, who has been mak
ing his home in the city for the past
year, will leave next Monday for Hot
Springs', where he will sojourn during
the next two months.
Dr. A. X. Mueller departed at noon
today for a three weeks' sojourn at
southern points. He will join his
brother Carl at Memphis, after which
You ought to know and we
will be glad to tell you WHY
we stick to Stein-Bloch &: Co.,
Michaels, Stern & Co., and
Miller Made Union Label
clothes. Wilson Bros, and Ar
row Brand Shirts. Stetson,
Tiger and Champion Hats.
Pomeroy Ties, Arrow Collars,
H. & P. Gloves, Etc., Etc.
you tomorrow our new Spring Styles
Let us show
in Norfolks, English Models and Conservative Styles of
Suits in all the latest colors and weaves.
We will show you at the same time that our prices are right.
You Can Bank On It at
Brat tlie whites of 2 rp drv; gradually
Scut in lulf a rn( of (tcd cunlectmuer
inara.n! continue tlir brjt'mt; urn .1 tlr fros'
i j; i amnotl,, thick and gliusv; then lie;it i;
grated rod iini, f:r li or pre) :ired, am!
preud wioi) the t .il c. I'tus fruiting ii nude
:!,itk by beating rather than In suar.
S.ivc tlii i re ipe. Von want to tue it
'ieiiiet 'lv. Or Urttr-, sr:;d lis ti:e colorcil
rrtili. :itr pj krd in cac li .-i-rr.t jn i.f K
Z IS il i l I' "filer and r will mail von "The
Monk's liccik" containing tins and K') oilier
vikinf. rei-ipeeiiullvgf)oil allby Mrj. Hill,
'aquc-, M:s'. Co., Ctiiio.
i.ert Tlalliuitu of the Halliuan CofTee
compatiy of Davenport will deliver an
iriteretiting address ou "ooffee" this
evening at a in no ting of the trl-clty
branch of the International Stewards' Key West, Fla.. Panama, Jamaica and
at-Horiation, whUti will lie held at the (Cuba will be visited.
Hoi.-' Harms. A large number of the j Mrs. Mary P. Buford of Checotah,
members is expected to a'tend. A Okla., formerly of Rock Island, and
miner mnciieon win oe bervea ioi- ; Misa Marv Laniean of Chicago, wno
lowiin; Mr. Halliftan's talk.
Finds for Mrs. Helen Jenkins.
.' w York. .March 14 The Jury that
l:.-.!,'! th- (iiiit brought againat Mrs.
ll-'leii liwlle JeiiKins by her aunt,
Vr.. Carri.' Mcllride. to recover $'.
i : mi -' an alleired ii(;iecnient by
Mr.- .i' nk:n to pay Iot $ a week for
l.fe. broiiirl.t in a verdict for Mrs. Jeu-
.v, !u the course of l;er testimony
Mrs Jenkins wept for 1 minutes. It
I took the .iurors only haif an hour to
iie id,- (he cae
have been spending the past several
days in the city with friends, left this
morning for Burlington, Iowa, where
thev will visit with relatives.
NEW SILVIS HEAD
IS NAMED TODAY ;
W. J. Tollerton Appoints H. S.
Molineau of Topeka as Sup
erintendent of Shops.
OF UNR1VALLLID BEAUTY
v. il! later sell
for $25.00 at
C FASCINATING v00i:LS IN
POPLINS. liPONCil.S, niA-ti)NAl-S
AND FANCY M1X-
Ladies Coats In series, whip
coats unJ mixtures. Sume
styles, in inferior quality.
are iellin nt q -3 y o
otl.cr stores for
$1H to 25.
Mea's Suits, hand tailored latest
t'ur Chidren's Department
oilers money savinjr values.
i, m mm
Official announcement has been
made of the appointment of li. S.
Molineau of Topeka. Kan., as super
intendent, of the Silvis shops to suc
' erl G W. Seidel, resigned. Mr.
Molineau is an experienced railroad
shop man, having supervised the Rock
Island plant at Topeka for a number
of years past. Hi official title w li!
lie that of general mechanic and super
intendent, and he will take active
charge of the Si'.vis work tomorrow.
R. . M . Mcljoed has been named as
chief cir-rk to succeed J. M. Gallagher.
DON'T PULL OUT
IE ii? 1!
A Few Applications cf a Simp
Remedy W ill Bring Back
the Natural Color,
The line of Spring Suits and
Cojts we are showiu this sea
son, is the tai' of tlie town.
Kuch suit is distinctive. The
stvles are authoritative and the
farhiotis are the most elegant cre
atious eer see n hete.
Boy Your Spring Suit Eefore Easter
Now is the time to get your
Efter outfit while our stock is
fTesn, and the choice cf the values
Don't norrv about the
money. We will give you
"Pull out one gray hair and a dozen
vri!! take its place is an old saying,
which is. to a great extent, true, 'if no
steps are taken to stop the cause. When
gray hairs appear it is a Eicni that Na
ture needs assistance. It "is Nature's
call for help. Gray hair, da!!, hfelur.
hair, or hair that is falling out, -is r.ot
necessarily a sien of advancing tee. 1': r
there are thousands of eicerly
with perfect heacis of hair
Richard Rennison passed aw-ay yes
terday at his home in Des Moines, ac-
iding to word received in the city
litis morning bv friniids. lie had been
in ill health for many years. A com-
plication of diseases caused his death. !
The body will be brought to Rock I
island for burial. Funeral services j
will lie held Saturday afternoon at 2 j
o'clock at the Knox chapel. Interment
will be made in Chippiannock ceme-
ury. Ieciuied is survived by a sis-'
'it, .Mrs. jienry potts, ana a niece.
Mrs. S. R. Davis.
; AISI.X FIM-.KAI..
The funeral of Joseph Carlson will
lie held tomorrow afternoon at 2:3i
o'clock from the Kent undertaking
: rooms, with sor vices which will be :
conducted by Rev. (1. H. Sherwood.
' in pi'iietir win iit. made in C'litppian
Tavid Martein died this afternoon at .
li'. .".'i o'clock at St. Anthony's hospital
ai'ter a short illness of piiei-monia.
; lie was acred aboet 46 years. Deceased
! was taken to the hospital four;
: days ago. Mr. Martein had been
' residing in Moline for the past sev- ;
; "fal months. Tim body was taken to
the Wheel.tn undertak-'nc rooms. 1
j FIAF.RAI. OK KS. IIKXK.V.
i The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth ("hen- :
I f- was held this morninz at 10:30
! o'c.ock from the home of her sou.
j r'-.vitt ('. Cheney, in Rural townsh'.p.
with services at n o'clock at the
Beulah churrh which were conducted ;
by Rev. Mr. Balrd of Coal Valley. Inter- j
ir.ent was made n Beulah ceim-t'Ty. .
HORSE RAGING TO
BE REVIVED HERE
Twrin-Oity Driving Club Plans
to Stage Fast Meets at Ex
Tentative plans for
cards at the Exposition park were com
pleted at. a meeting of the Twin-City
Driving club last evening. It Is prob
able that four day meets will be held
in June and also next fall. Matinees
w ill be staged at various t'rues through
out t,he summer and it .8 planned to i
bring to Rock Isiand somj of the speed- j
iest horseflesh in the country. A lease
on the park has been secured by
Charles Wayne, who is understood to
be back of the racing scheme. At the
j meeting last night, no formal action
laboiate racine i was taken, but at a meeting to be
held in the- near future final arrange-ni'-n's
will be made.
Valuable Information to all afflicted.
Send name and address today. Book
mailed in plain envelope free. Dr.
Pyle, Whitney & Kenealy, Meicantiio
block, Aurora, 111.
Bon i Pour
Down the Sink
single streak of gray.
When gray hairs c
erly people i
r without a !
WILL MEET MONDAY
An importarr business meeflne of
tre Rock Islacj .Motorcycle !ub will
be h"!d r.'-x: Monday evening at S
i o cock at Koch s motorcycle t-praE
! at 2 Seventeenth street. Several
come, or when tr.et f intcrcc. n tn i, f -
hair eeems to ha lifeless or deaJ, eorr.e ' ' ., ,.: -r, , " ;
good, reliable hair-re9torin treatment! w- '"b J
should be resorted to at once. Special-: c,: a membersh:p campaign af the
ists say that one of the best prepara- I resenr time ar.d is endeavoring to
tions to use is the old-fashioned "saee ' 1 rest its mem'-rshln from 2'" to 50
tea" which our grandparents used, ll.e ; niember. All motorcycle enthusiasts
oesvprepauonoi uiia Kina is v. ycTJi s 6re iIlvited t0 attend
ouge uiu ouipiiLir niiu xveineuy, a prej
Sugar with $1
soap and but
terine not in
Flour, Q I 1 1
Edge or Gold
en Palace, 2
It 13 the only 5c Cleanser guaran
teed to be as good as others sold
at twice the price.
Look for The Name
KLenZER en Every Can
a K: JU:
L'i B I
B 19 I
Kill of Tefiscon
wife tad ir-flar-.'
I 319-321 Twentieth Street
aration of domestic satre ar.d suiyhur.
scientifically compounded with later dis
covered hair tor.ics and stimulants, the
whole mixture being carefully balanced
and tesied by experts.
Wveth'a Sfir-e P-nH SnlnV.nr ?coon ct
wholesome and perfectly hanclcrs. It rhtumatism in every muscle and Joint;
refreshes dry, parched hair, remove ttr suffering cat terrible acd her body
dandruff ana gradually restores fa-ied tr.d face were swollen almost beyond
or gray hair to its natural color. recognition; had teen in bed for U
-Ra IS ern,!in5tt-1, Stait tad e:Sht physicians, but
using VVyeth a !?E.:re ana tulphur at . . , T
once and see what a d-'fTererce a few received vo benefit unti, she tried Dr
davs' treatment wiil make in your hair. I etcbon's Re.ief for Rheumetistn. It
This preparation is offered to the gave immediate relirf acd sh- was able
public at fifty cents a bottle, and is to walk in three davs I am sure I:
recommended and fold 1 y alt druggists, saved her life " St 1c by otto Grotjaa.
Special agents. Harper House phar- 1C01 Seeot:d avtie, K'ck is-!nd. and
myth FKTFRl mmmmm
1 lLrf lillUlLil I
Q . I Keeping Ahead
If you want your Spring y 1
On styles is our business as makers
SUlt to 100K well, wear well n of Fine Custom Apparel
. TV), i V, .. .
and feel well see
the Union tailor.
1928 Fourth Avenue.
Opposite Empire Theatre.
Cleaning, Pressing and
This is why you can see the latest
novelties in Fabrics for Spring Wear
at our store today.
The recognized styles are here, too
stop in and see what both foreign and
domestic looms have prepared for
TELEPHONE VEST 317.
YE TOG SHOP
Butterine, Moxley's Special
Cocoa, Baker's Breakfast,
pound can 43c
Salmon, finest red. tall can.. 19c
Prunes, Santa Clara, pound.. 10c
Tomatoes, solid pack,
three pound can 10c
Soup, tomato. Savoy brand can Qg
Oatmeal, choice white, package 9C
Karo syrup, 10 pound can ... 39c
Soap, Santa Claus, soven bars 2 5c
Sal soda. 10 pounds 25c
Honey, White Clover in comb,
Lentels, imported, 3 pounds 25c
Rolled oats, best quality,
f.even pounds 25
Mexican chili beans, pound ... 10c
Easy Jell, dish with each ,
Cracked hominy, new
three pounds 10c
Sour pickles, large crisp,
a gallon 25c
Dill pickles, large good flavor,
Sauer kraut, long cut,
two quarts 15C
Norway mackerel, largo fat,
Corn meal, fresh ground,
10 pound sack 23c
Jello, all flavors, three
Pet milk, baby siztr,
8l ns 2 5c
Pet milk, tall, three earn;
Apricots, evaporated, extra faii'-y.
Crackers, salted midgets,
crisp, pound lflc
Jams, pure fruit, all kinds jar 15c
Jellies, Lippincot's pure fruit
Cheese, fancy full cream,
pound 2 5c
Potatoes, Buibank's, good
cookers, bushel gQc
2207 Fourth Avenue
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