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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. APRFL 8, 1913.
TO GET JURORSIN
All Farmers on
Reported Yesterday Are Ex
cused by Judge.
: just three days behind Rock Island In '
j being closed up. The Moline collec- i
i tor. H. B. Roseberg, and his deputies, '
I George A. Schrader and S. V. Berg- j
strom, have made a very good record. '
They collected on real estate taxes tha j
sum of $181.352. 89 and reported as de
i linquent $46,730.19. The county's
' share of the real estate tax Is $17,-:
1 177.76 and the col ector'g commission ;
amounts to $3,627.05.
Venire Which The personal taxes are still being
i corected. or the wnicn ib j
) charged on this account, nearly $100.
j 000 and possibly more will be turned
! over to the treasurer at the next re-
FOR SOUTH PARK
Committee From Board of Di
rectors Approves Plan to
PLANTING TIME AT HAND
New List Drawn and Summons Served
Today George Aznavorian Man
slaughter Case Begins.
LOCAL CASES ON
r;ot Tjnjr a panel of Juror for service
r '' ivb til I ii ;ii- i
-nit court has proved a task. Out of j
the venire of 35 who reported yester
day only li) were kept and a new ven- j
Ire of 4u drawn instanter and the
tion Army. All oT the principal citjes
of the neighboring state are to be visit
ed The initial session at Davenport
: i3 to be held this evening, the services
; to last through Sunday.
Colonel Brengle is a graduate of
i Pepauw university and a man of excep
! tional ability. He has been connect
i ed with the Salvation Army for more
than 20 years. The Iowa campaign was
started the first of March and will
conclude at the end of this month.
Brigadier General Arthur T. Brewer,
i chief divisional officer for Iowa and
Nebraska is also to attend the meet- :
1 legs in Davenport. Next Sunday Col- '
! on el Brengle Is to speak in this city, !
NEW BOOKS ARE ORDERED tlkiEg at Aust4na at 2 p.!
at 3:30 p. m.
March Bills Amount to $537.85
Complete with jull set of attachments for only
e $18 jo
1.50 a Month
Monthly Report of Librarian
, John Looney and Harry M. Mc-
Caskrin Booked for Trial
This Month at Peoria.
Plans looking toward the establish
ment of a branch of the Rock Island
public library in South Part addition
were considered at the regular meet
ing of the board of directors held last
evening at the library building. The
u-puiim were Kept pusy last , JRM OPENS ON THE 21 ST committee, which had been appointed
night and today rounding up those se- wi i-iia wm mi- , investleat the feasibllitr of the
lc tPd and bringing them into court.
Tre fact 'hat it is planting time for :
lie farmers if what makes the secur-
i 11 c c,f a jury hard work. Eery farm-!
''" "ii list of jurorg was excused by i
.l:dge K. W. Olmsted when the venire- I
m:i:i made known hiis occupation. The )
unci riimbT of oiher cxcurcu were
presented by those other than farmers
and the result wag tha- only In out of
ilif entire number renia.ns for ser
vice. A panel includes 24 jurors and
in isci mat criminal chsu are on
make (r necessary to have a com
plete inl on hand.
.KTTIM. t .11 III.
While the sheriff's force is scurry
inc hIi'iii- fur now venireman the cir
cuit court is grinding away on the
AiiavoriHii inaiilHtiKhter case. The
iirtuie of his case adds to th diffl
iiilty "f frttirin enotieli jurors, as
inaiiy jurors who would be acceptable
in ordinary cases are not in cases
v h-re ,, much is involved as in a
itiam-luiirhter trial. AUorney R R.
!.''' inlils a'id W. ('. Allen for the de-df-ndtnt
in this case, showed from
ilic Mart tl" mean to have a
Jury which will hp thoroughly instruct
ed in ten difference between a civil
ruit and r. criminal action. In the for
mer a mere preponderance of evidence
Rock Island Furnishes Two of Most
Important Action in United
scheme, made a report recommending
that the same be carried, out. No ac
tion w as taken other than adopting
M K RCH BILLS.
The finance committee presented the
following bills, w hich were allowed and
were directed drawn in pay-
MRS. ANDERSON !
IS BETHANY HEAD
Succeeds Mrs. M. E. Metzgar
Who Resigned as President
of Association Board.
CFp'-iaI to The Arjfij.)
Peoria. 111., April 8. Dockets have orders
i been made up for the coming term in j ment:
'the Inited States court which will A C. McClurg fc Co $ 43.56
convene April 21. j H. R. Huntting company 4.20
, fn the criminal docket two of the I Ward Bros. . . .'. 13.30
i mosr important cases come from Rock i People's Pow-er company 37.56
! Island, which during the last three or I Rockwell Ice & Fuel company..
; four terms ha been prolific In its sup 'Rock Island Hardware company
! ply of criminal casos to the federal ' J. Lamp
court. The most noted is the case Rock Island Sand & Gravel com-
asainst John Looney, editor of the i pany
Rock Island News, who published an Rock Island Argus . .
article relative to a trip to Peoria of 'Kramer Printing &
Mayor Schriver of Rock Island and ! company
was indicted for sending obscene and j T. S. Rorke
filthy matter fhrouph th mails. Im-,E. O. Vai'e
media'ely after the publication of the i Library of Congress in. 00
is sufficient, while In th la'ter the
juror nnin he convinced of euilty "he
ond all reasonable doubr" before he
Is perriii;t-d to bring in r erdict to
In their opening remarks, 'he at
t rneys for Mu d'-ft-ndant outlined
thnir -ii.hp. Tliflr client, (Icorg" Az
liairi;iu cf Kast Moli'u-. struck Tov
hihk Avakinn on the head wih a chair
and Avakian subso'iuently died. The
p'li-i' of self defense Is advanced by
Reynolds nnd Alien. They allege that
Avaklau was rushing Aznavoriun with
n knife and that the ;att(r was uint
the chair to defend himself.
article he was so badly assaulted by : Expenses
I Mavor Srhriver that he was unable to 'Salaries
! appear for trial when his case was'
i called at the last term. His assistant j Total J.iST.So
t . . . . . - , , , . t
eouor. .viyron joraan, wno naa aiso . librarian's rf.port.
been indicted on a similar charge, -rhe librarian gave her monthly re
was tried at the last term of court I port on circulation as follows:
nnd acquitted. It being shown that he 1 Magazines and general works.... 239
had not written the article and
Mrs. M. E. Metzgar who for many
years has been president of the Beth- j
any home board, last evening at the !
meeting of the board at the home, ask- j
ed that she be relieved of the responsi-
bilities or the office of president. Mrs. j
Metzgar has been in the south all win- I
ter and it was during her absence that ;
the board again chose her as its presl- j
dent. She was present at the meeting
of last evening and said it would be !
impossible for her to include the presi- j
dency of the board with her other num- :
4.00 j erous duties. It was with deep regret j
8.08 i that the board accepted the resigna- j
3.00 tion of Mrs. Metzear.
Mrs. K. T. Anderson, who has been
first vice president, was chosen presl-
dent, George Gamble, second vice j
president, was elected first vice presi- '
i dent, and Mrs. A. Mosenfelder was !
; chosen second vice presioeut. Vnder '
: Mrs. Anderson's direction Bethany :
: home is bound to enjoy the same pros- :
j perity it has had in the past.
The matron's report showed 36 hcil
i dren now at the home, of whom 11 are '
under 5 years of age. Seven were sent
j out, either placed in homes or ret.urn
j ed to their parents. The visiting
! agent's report showed court proceed-
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the latest type embodying all the newest im
provements, and mechanically perfect in every
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and possesses more time and labor-saving devices
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With each of these machines we include & com
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binding, ruffling and all kinds of sewing and our
expert demonstrator in charge of this department
will be glad to teach you how to use the machine
and will give you as many lessons as you may
require absolutely free of charge.
Note the Price, 318.50
By contracting for a large number of these Mac
hines for all our various stores, we secured them
at a decided concession from the usual price
thus enabling us to offer you this new, modern,
high-class Eureka Sewing Machine such as you
have wanted and needed in your home at a cor
responding saving actual $25.00 value for Jl'.iO.
The Terms Are Easy
We are offering these splendid Machines at this
wonderfully low price in order to open a great
Tiany new accounts and as an extra inducement
we have made the terms of payment equally
pleasing pay us ll.fiO cash, and the Eureka will
i be sent to your home and you can pay the bal-
ance $1.50 a month.
TURNS OVER BOOKS
Moliue's real estate tax books were
turned in to County Treasurer W. H.
Whiteside this morning, they being
not been responsible for its circula
tion through the mails.
Another criminal case coming from
Rock Island is that against Harry Mc
Caskrin, who was indicted a yar ago
for sending an unmailable pos'al card
through the mails. At that time he
was a candidate for state's attorney in
Rock Island county and declared that
the action had been brought to injure
his chances for election, and on that
ground obtained a continuance until
the April term. It remains to be said ;
that at the election he was defeated. I
ATROf.nfirfRS IX !NET. j
Peoria contributes two rather un-'
usual criminal cases, in that the de- j
fendants posed as as'rologerF, and
professed to be able to tell fortunes
by means ? the eternal stars. They
1 w ere arrested under the names of
Prank W. Iarson and Willis Thomp
son, alias Raymond. Inez Hope Ban
' croft, alias Madame Irene, was also
arrested on a similar charge at Gales
; burg, but her home is at Kewanee.
There will also be the usual number
of hoot':egpers. On the civil docket
the cases w;'l be of little or no public
ines in behalf of two children and oth-
had ! philosophy 22 ! er activities promo'ed by C. G. Ander-
Rel'gion 41 son.
Sociology 175 ; Donations for the month were as fol- j
Science 79 , lows: 1
Industrial arts 75 The matron's report showed 36 chll-
Fine arts 55 ; ety. meat, potatoes, pickles, app'.e
Literature 143 ' sauce, buns and pie. Swedish LutUer-
Travel 159 an church, beans, pickles, sandwiches !
out of town
Schools . ,
. . .4.920
Received from fines. $17.30.
ORDER XEW BOOK!.
The book committee presented a list
of books needed, which was approved
, and ordered purchased. The purchase
of a photographic history of the Civil j
war was authorized and the president i
nnd secretary were given authority to ';
have a telephone installed at the li
and cake. Mrs. Loosley, Moline, rugs, i
Mrs. M. L. Henderson, bed spread.
German Sewing society of Rock Is- j
land, a dozen gingham aprons, five
Buster Brown suits, handkerchiefs and I
dress goods. Mrs. A. Lindgren, Mo
line. eroceries and Easter candy. The
; Korn Bakiug company, Rock Island,
ibuns. Mrs. R. C. Clark, Rock Island,
. .7,676 ' jl'y. Mrs- R. Taylor, Rock Island.
..1.734 jelly and fruit. Moline Dispatch, paid
J , $2.86. Mrs. S. Sin'.on. Rock Island,
. .9,410 ' jel'y and fruit. Mrs. J. A. Plat'e. Rock
' Island, jelly and grape juice. S'naliene
i Bros., Moline. chairs. Crandaii Ex- Intercollegiate Prohibition As-
; press company, naui'ng. irh. n.ne- sociation Of Illinois Votes to
berg. Moline. varnish. J10.2o. Trinity i
! Lutheran church of Moline, moat, pic- !
' kles and bread.
fc- man T-,- i ! I 'HimmmMra-
107-109 West Second Street
CONVENTION IS TO
MEET HERE NEXT
Come to Rock Island.
Business Men's Association
Send Representatives to
TO SPEAK TONIGHT;
A state wide campaign of revival is
bfing conducted in Iowa by Colonel
Samuel Logan Brengle of the Salva-
Potter's Condition Unchanged.
Advices from St. Anthony's hospi
tal this afternoon indicate no change
' in the condition of Thomas J. Potter,
I the switchman who was nm down by
!a Milwaukee passenger engine Sun
iday night. His chances for recovery
; are very slight.
Augustana's delegates to the annual
convention of the Iutercollegiate Pro
hibition Association of Illinois L. K.
Jcnes, Herbert Swanson and Arthur
Benson returned yesterday afternoon
with the news that the next state
gathering had been secured for t.kt
t local institution. The convention this
Made to Measure Gar
ments Always All-wool
Always Fit, and Always
Give Lasting Satisfac
tion. See tiie Spring Fab
rics we Show at
1812 Second Ave.,
M. J. S LATTERY, Manager
The Rock Island Business Men's as
scciation held its regular meeting last
veiling. Tlie inat't-r of til selection
of dflecates to the state convention of
the Retail Merchants' association was
considered and President H. A. eleven
stine wgg authorised to make the ap
pointments. P.ock Is. and is entitled to four dele
gates. The state convention is to be
held at Alton April 22 to 25 and an in
teresting program has been prepared.
firtnrr 1-t Ivlriffuhnrv tf Th lneul afi.
soc'.a-ion is to alten'd the secretarv's ' L'dla Pinkhams Vegetable Corn-
session which is to convene at Alton
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
NOTICE TO THE CHIEF OF PO
LICE OF THE REMOVAL OF
Be It, Ordained by the city council of
the city of Roc Isiand. 111.:
Every drayman, truckman, teams' er,
posing the leag
lana leads in point, of membership,
which was one of the factors which
helped in bringing the next meeting
here. L. E. Jones, president of the
lecal club, was elected siate reporter
and a menibtr of the executive com- ;
The oratorical contest, which is held
I mMm PliW Aseptic
WMiirCi Removes Danger
i jM!wi- wZr fls wen
mwm lMm?m & Dirt
,year was held at Holmes university, K'''3ifl f"v'- drtfriTWyngffffi d"s iTlff 1 Wfl Aa
j Georgetown, 111. M S UjT & Yl ffX'TTIl W ' P
I Reports from the 13 colleges com- ttf. & W. tL W
11c snowed thai Augus- f v. 5 -Ti' ntt v. mm'vam.yxjri pa i "&ava
K i.TTffifir-" ir-"TrTwr -
To the Merit of LydiaE. Pink
: haim's Vegetable Com-
pound during Change
i of Life.
Streator, III. " I shall always praise
icornoration or other person or persons
'who shall carry, transport or remove, in connection with the annual couveii-
the household goods of another person I
from any place within the corporate;
1 limits of this cit.y to auy place within
the corporate limits cf th'6 city, or out
TO NAME OFFICERS
Members of the Rock Island County
Medical society will meet at the Rock !
Island rlub tonight to partake of a
supper at 6: 3 and to listen to a num
ber of ethical talks afterwards. A
feature of the evening w ill be the ejec
tion of officers for the ensuing year.
1 . ! M i" !
I - 1 j-
ON THE EARGGAIN TABLE
For Wednesday at Priester-Hickey
On Wednesday morning we jiace on
sale until sold out, about 100 pairs of
misses and children's shoes (broken
lots) at 25 cents a pair.
Remember this sale is only for Wed
nesday and lasts only until
fVf rt 1a arlH lilt It u-ill ra v mit
to come earlv and' take adv.'nt.B4 ' nd thank the Compound for it.
while there are plenty to select from.
ppirjTFB.mcirrv curve r-o i "
. ..... ........v ..... . i . w ... v W . ... r-. - . s ,
Harper House block. (Adv.) -ln su san
The success of Lydia E. Pinkham'g
Are you frequently noarseT Do you Vegetable Compoucd, made from roots
pound wherever I
go. It has done me
so much good at
Change of Life, and
it has also helped my
daughter. It is one
4 of the grandest
medicines for wo
men that can be
bought. I shall try
to induce others to
try it. "-Mrs. J. H.
Campbell. 206 N.
Second St., W. S., Streator, Illinois.
Philadelphia. Pa, "It was at the
Change of Life' that I turned to Lydia
E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound,
using it as a tonic to build tip my sys
tem, with beneficial results." Mrs.
Sara Hay-ward, 1825 W. Venango St.,
(Tioga) Phila., Pa.
San Francisco, CaL " I have taken
Lydia E. Pinkham'f Vegetable Com
pound for many years whenever I
would feel bad. I have gone through
the Change of Life without any troubles
ommend it to young girla and to women
of all ages." Mrs. C BARRIE, 3052
should be in
side ol the corporate limits of tbis
city, or to any place of storage, or to
j any railroad station or oepot in ims
1 city, or outside of this city, shall, af'er
; such carriage, transportation or remov
al, make a daily written report to the
, chief of police of this city, not later
ithgn 10 o'clock a. m., stating therein
I the place from and the place to which I ,
'such removal Is made, together with i lhorougnness and speed are the
! the name of the owner of the goods re- j two essentials in cleaning house.
; moved. ! Gold Dust cleans better, does more
1 section 2. ' work and more kinds of
1 Any person, firm or corporation fail-1 than any other cleanser
ing to make such report at the time for thoroughness,
land in the manner above mentioned,
! shall be fined not less than two ($2.00i When it COmeS to Speed, Gold
I dollars, nor more than fifty 50.0f j ITjust does any sort of cleaning in
; ion, will be a rare treat to local peo
ple who arc interested in oratory.
This ccntest is one of 'he ben held
in the s'ate, differing from other con
tests in that tin orations all ileal with
the phases of the liquor problem.
The contest this year was won by
Ch'sier farwardine of the (Jarrett Bib
le al institute. Chicago. He was Riven
a prize of $:, and the privilege of rep
resenting Illinois in the interstate con
test to be held next summer. The
second prize of $15 was won by er
non Welsh of Knox college. Gales
bur?, and tiie third. $l'i, by Albert
R-utzer of Northwestern college, Na-
WOrl" P1"' '!p. "I- Cai wardine's subject was
SO much :"Tlie of he M'-lting Pot," and the
' Augiib'ana Hi en who heard it deliv
ered d'. tlare it, a masterpiece. The
contest i.-xt year will bring 1', picked
oratoro to Auautitana, betides numer
ous delegates. The bjert of the or
ganization is to en!,'st college men
against the liquor evil. It, Is not affili
ated with aiij political party.
! half the ordinary time. Moreover,
it does all the hard part of the
. dollars for each offense.
! SECTION 3
! The chief of police shall keep a rec- j oft wjth little effort on your j i
ora ot earn report inaae oy tne re-
j quirements of this ordinance, and this ;
report record shall be open to inspec-1 Every home in this broad land
tion as are other records of a public j should use Gold Dust not only for
Is Given Promotion.
J. S. I.eath, for tie past eight years
district manager ffr the United States
Health & Accident Insurance company
has been appoin'td general agent for
the Na'ional Lif,'of the t'nited R'ates
;f America, hfclt'n and accident de-
pannient. His )eadii;.rterH will be at
the branch offi Ln HiIh city, 1825
Third avenue, w hich was his former
location. Mr. I.eath's appointment
dates from April 1. iiis successor fcas
not been namet.
Miss Edna tianagan, G. N. Calls
answered promptly day or iiisnt
Phone west 853-X. (Adv.)
HARRY M. SCHRIVER,
March "1. 191S.
M. T. RCtXiREN,
have that annoying tickling la your
throat? Does your cough annoy you
( :.t nisht. and do you ra!e mucus In 1
, the morning? Do you want relief?!
If so. take Chamberlain'6 Cough Rem-
edr and you will be pleased. Sold by I
I all druggists. (Adr.j
ATTENTION, MODERN WOODMEN.
The members of Island City camp
No. 3", M. W. of A., are hereby noti
fied that on and after Friday night,
April 11, 1S13. the regular meetings
of the camp will be held in the new
Odd Fellows hall located on Fourth
avenue between Seventeenth and
dcatlal) Ljdb, Mass. Tour letter will ! E:ghteenh streets. A.I members are
be opened, read and answered by a ! urged to attend their camp meetings,
woman aad held ia strict confidence. ! J G. HETTER. rorsul.
washing clothes and dishes, scrub
bing floors, cleaning woodwork,
oilcloth, silverware and tinware,
polishing brass-work, cleaning
bath-rooms, refrigerators, etc., but
for every cleansing purpose about
the home from cellar to dome.
and herbs, is cnparalelled.
If yoi wait special advice write to
I.jd.a K. Plakoani Medicine Co. (cobB-
Cold Dust is e
sold in 5C size VV V?.
and large pack- r.
a,ea. Th.Ur,e SS
"Lit the COLD DUST TWINS Jo your work"
G. W. BUCKNER, Camp Clerk.
Public Sale of Velusble City Real Estate
On Tuesday, the 22nd day of April, nex,, at th hour of 10:15
o'clock ia the forenoon, at 'he east door of tie court house, in the city
of Rock Island, Joseph I... Haas, master in ciancery. will sell at pub
lic sale, for cash, two certain parcels of laid in said city known as
IJt No., eight lb), in block No. fourteen (11), in Spener &
Case's add:ticu. This prOerty is situated on Fo'irt'n avenue aid is
known Ha No. 2nV', of said avenue. ThereJs a dwelling house on th:3
iut. This lot is situated in the business prt of the city.
Also fhi aou'h litilf (4) of lot No. ter 10i, in bloc). No. three (3),
in tba part ' f the ci'y know n as Hai':e;, & HoyleLs addition. This lot
Iiks a dwelling house upon it. it may ato lie regarded within the
business :-ec; jon of the city. This property is also known as No.
Th is property belongs to the estate of Henry Simmon, deceased,
and is sold Ly the Toaster in chance;' by deiree of the court
Ruck island, March 13, VJ'.Z.
MARY A. SIMMON,
2xecutrix of Said Estate.