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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1913.
ROCK ISLAND IS
Gigantic Vice Trust Operating
in Citj 13 Belief of Com
l.ave been forced into a life of virtual
bondage in Rock Island.
"I am determined to break up this '
vice ring at any cost," said Hart, in '
I an interview with the newspaper men. j
i "1 am going to probe this matter to .
! the bottom. I believe I have partly '
I succeeded in my efforts o disrupt the
I gang, and I will not stop entil I have
j accomplished my aim. Some of the
organization are now in hiding, walr-l
'i:g for the norm to blow over, bur ;
they wil! be fooled. This matter will !
bp pushed to the limit. 1 mean bus'.-!
i.ess and expect to drive evry white
slaver and panderer out of Rock Is-j
land, if it is possible." , !
TO A COMMITTEE
Eock River Presbytery Takes
Up Case of Rev. Humphreys
of Central Church.
ORDERS AN INVESTIGATION
ORGANIZED GANG AT WORK.
Police Inaugurate Crusade Against
Ring Leaders To Wipe Out
Situation Will Be Gone Irto and
cision Made as to Whether
There Is to Be Vacancy.
at the meeting and interesting papers!
and discussions ere heard. Mrs.;
Ross of Lien Chow, China, yesterday j
j afternoon addressed the ladies on her
work as a missionary in China, and
again in the evening addressed a joint
meeting of the women's body and the
The total amount collected hy the
women of the society for home and
foreign mission and for the work of
'the freedmen was Jo.u41, divided as
! follows: Foreign missions, $1.S29 :
(home missions, $1,520, and freedmen.
$192, Ehowing conclusively that the
women have not been idle in the pro
motion of the work in the church.
EAST MOLENE BAR
A wholesome vice trust, having as
principal business th lraffl. in
women, has established headquarters
in Kork Island where it has trans
acted a flourishing business for
ii.on r hs. according to the 'statement
- Police Commissioner Archie Hart
this morning. The capturing of young
t tli-. their subsequent sale to resort
kM"TR by hired agents and the man-.L--m-ni
of a chain of redlight resorts,
has been carried on by an organized
i IS Ills belief.
commissioner Hart has been on the
Mail of the band for som tin:-. Sev
al weeks Cigo lit. quietly began to
rather evidence which might be used
I"! the purpose of disrupting the whi'e
slavers' ranks, and driving them out
or business. Through the admissions
i Minnie ISrewer. the Muscatine girl
ho was forced into a life of shame
1 the ilce trust, two members of the
organization have been ensnared and
line; are now being thrown ot;
wiii-li the police believe. will result In
t .! eventual capture of the entire
crowd, and the wiping out of the bti.si-
rwn nh: i.AM)i:i.
'A 1 11. a in Connelly and John Huhbel.
two of the ring leaders in local white
Ha', ing operations, have been run to
i iirth Jltl(i are now languishing he
l.ino the bars. Connelly has bejun a
tn-diiy sentence in the coun'y jail.
Iliibbell was this morning senrenced
t 07 da8 at hard labor. At the ex
l':r ;it ion of that sentence, he faros a
I'Tin In the penitentiary, provided the
authorities can glean the evidence
v liich m now being sought.
Ilnblcl. it uppeurs. w aa a partner
Hi 'he Connelly resort on Twenty first
: and was partly the means of
l: cing Minnie Brewer there. The
., uple was run out of Tiavenport in
...iTMiary and then repaired to this side
( i l lie river. The Brewer w oman
:i..i(ic an honest ertort to obtain work., ( ()!lev
1 n t .wis many induced by Miibtiell.
i 'mi of M unrat in, to enter the Con
i i-l! resort. Later. .Mrs. Connelly and
took the Hreuer woman on
: lour of the country, forcing her to
level .' life of shame at various cities,
v Inch "ere visited in rotation. Ilub-
The annual spring meeting of the
Rock river presbytery, in session in
1 the First Presbyterian church of Gen-
Custnmpr Falls in Cellar Onen- Tuesday, came to a close
inr and Proprietor Settles
to Avoid Exposure.
with this morning's session. The prin
j r'pal matter of importance transacted
jthis morning was
I th resignation of
t.ie disposition of
Rev. Marion Hum
phreys as paster of the Centra! Pres
byterian churih of this city. A com-
mission of five ministers and two eld
:ers was appointed to visit the Central
congregation April is. make investi
; gations as to the best manner in w hich
I to proceed, and the result of their con
i ference will be final. As heretofore
j related, the resignation of Rev. Marion
j Humphreys as pastor of Central church
i was presented some weeks ago and by
almost unanimous vote of the mem
bers he was asked to reconsider his
; withdrawal as pastor and remain with
!if congregation. As Mr. Humphreys
, had resigned in good faith and as he
thought fo the good of the church, he
' refrsed to withdraw his resignation
and asked that the matter be laid be
fore the presbytery for final action.
'. The result of the conference of the
commission will be final and pastor
and people will abide by the decision.
Rev. T. R, Johnson, for many years
piis'or cf the Edgtngton Presbyterian
church, was accorded an ovation and
fitting resolutions were drawn up on
the occasion of his retirement from
.the ministry because of his great age
' and inablity to longer serve as a pas
j HFV. RITTENHOt'SE MODERATOR.
I The sessions of the presbytery open-
1 ed Tuesday evening -with appropriate
services. Rev. E. M. Rittenhouse of
Indd was elected moderator and he
M--.it i. or J. ii. took. presiaea at. tne meetings, blatters oi
Funeral services over the remains a routine nature were transacted, re
ef .1. 11. cook were held 'his afternoon ; ports were received from the various
at 2 o'clock at the resilience. 10..1 I branches of the church work and offi
E.evenUi avenue. Rev. '. B. Slater cers and the records were subjected
to the attorney's office, and without a ! to examination. The report or the
cia'f d. The nailb-arers were Charl s home mission committee was made.
Karl Smit'.i. George Steele
OLD RIVER TOWN
IS MOVING BACK
Ancient City Giving Way to a
New One Above Keokuk
An Enst Molinc saYonkeepor yes
terday heaciei off a pns-ble duir.ate
fuit a-isittg from an accident to one
o his Suidav cus'..nier Further
more, he may escape prosecution for'
violation cf ti e state law . now in force
throughout Rock I-!snd county, prohib- !
i inu Sabbs'h tippling. j
The East Moline salorin w as doing I
business on the quiet last Sunday. One 1
cf th patrons lingered too lone in :
the buck room wi'h the result that i
V s'a trifle uncertain of his pedals. '
In I- avmr ho Fttloon hr fell m'o a
c-llar eni?nce a' 'he r'-ir cf the prem
ises, and was o bad'y hurt that he.
was rbilgd to remain away from hi;;
crnp.c mem for a week.
The injured pstrcn vis'ted a Moline
nwyer end laid his case before him
He v ns r."t in'is'ettt op a sui" for
da-'iHkjcs. but Ic did think tat the
saloc ttkeepcr ought to be willing to
prrteet him 10 th etent cf settling
"he fU ( tor's bill and purine the weeU'u
wa?es tint he sacrificed bt cause of
T!-e atir-ney set in touch wi'h
o-. n r of the bpr. The lut'er hurried
to the attorney's offi e. sm! without a
ni ir.per forked over "h" amount ex
u t d by the injured customer, and in
addition tie settled the lawyers fee.
Card Index Outfits
A full assortment of card index outfits of all
sizes for all uses, including the Cooking Recipe
Outfit, complete with record cards and in
dexes, in oak and beech cases. Also cloth
and paper covered cases. Supplies for all
makes of card index cabinets always in stock.
Special cards and indexes to order promptly.
E. O. VAILE, JR.
John I.eiles. a 'native of Greece and
a resident of Moline for the past year
and a half, was found dead in his bed
at his rooming place, 244 Third ave-
Water I tiue. this morning. Death occurred
about midnight last night, but tnougn
there were four other men in the room,
none of them knew that he had passed
away until this morning. Coroner R.
C. J. Meyer has arranged to hold an
inquest tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
l,ei os was - years of age and is
survived by his parents, who are in
11. ;.i-c n il ing to the police, has been
!i: e slaver for years and in the
i n' of their obtaining n complete
i ini of hit past, he will utid'iebt
i he railroaded to the peniieti-
Karl Wood. Harry Sniffer ""d Fred
Ashland. Burial was made in Chip
piartr t k cemetery.
Mrs. Mima IlJll of Monte V'sta, Col..
Mr. ami Mrs Clyde Mathers of Auro
ra. I i . "re here to atierd the ser-
v IC f .
showed the organization of two
(hurches in the presbytery dur
the past year the South Park
t IM "! TK Mlliri'IM. !!.
UuMiel has not worked a day for six
i.i.iU'Iih. but has taken money from
I . ' women. The charge preferred
; u.rnst him in police court was that
!' viioancy. When the man receiv
ed sentence. Mi ii n it Brewer, in spite
' '!: fact that it was through llub-n-'1
that nlie was betrayed, broke down
i ml wept. Commissioner Hart te
i.ounced Hiibbel In no uncertain terms.
'I line evidence at hsnd which will
land j on in the penitentiary f.r a
' e ear term." shouted the commis
iim.ir "The penitentiary i too t:oou
f'r men of jour stamp There should
le a iiililic whipping post for you and
jour kind No matter how- low a girl
has fallen, she Is some mother's
I'.iUKliter and a man that will s'oop
i low rs to live off her shame is not
worthy of being called a man."
Ci.miiussioner Hart believes 'hat
liir.il agents have sj steuiat u ally
eiired the surrounding country in
March of prcj and that scores of girls
I'l M--.H St. 'r MOt
The (une-al of Mose.
held t ii is n.t rning at V
Kfo undertakitig psr!'
'(!'. -k r' ti.e
rs. The r-
were tak'-n to Iavenport for
I t NKHII. OI' K. Ill) Iv.
Mrs. Kli.aheth !!iks of rreeinp
tion wan aid to ie.st t;.(lay. Kutiera!
services were hf-H at 11 o'clock this
morning at St. John's e '.lurch iiear Ire
emp'icn. Interment was made in the
Werts on Another Committee.
T;ep'( jeufat i e K. U W'T'n landed
iti ano'lic i innor';i.r.t house cotnmit
t" a' SprjnfH U yester'laj w hen,
throtieh the xra e of Speak"r McKiu
iey. h-' heratii a member of the in
surance com mi tec
Bear in Mind
that the perfect variue' flooring is
Wilds Parquet Inlaid Linoleum, fat
terns r inlaid and wea' fur years.
Con! less than hardw ood. No noise,
no slipping, no jci'n's to collect dirt, no
r-f nishirg evr needed Ask voir
i'ii'r. He sure "W'ld's Litiuleuui" is
stamped on the back - (Adv )
Pre; hyterian church of this city, with
' Hev. W. G. Oglevee as pastor, and a I
; new church at Burgess. 111., w here j
pint' are now being made for a new j
( hurcli edifice. The evangelistic com-1
tnittce reported that two evangelists;
: had conducted services in seven
t chu'cheB of the presbj-tcry and COO j
' iiM-irbers were received into the church '
body through their efforts a very
good showing for the year's work.
I.R(.B SI M FOR MIStilON.
The committee on foreign missions i
reported that $S,S35 had been contrib
uted for the extension of the kingdom ;
in foreign lands. Rev. V. G. Oglevee
of South Park church and James Vena- ,
ble of Edgington were chosen as cler
ical and lay commissioners, respect- j
ively, to the meeting of the general as-
semtily of the Presbyterian church, to J
be held in Atlanta, Ga., the third i
Thursday in May. This assembly will '
le unique from the fact that the North
ern. Southern and United Presbyter- i
iau assemblies will meet at Atlanta at '
the same time and will hold individual '
and joint sessions, the first step in
the unification of the Presbyterian
church bodies. j
OJIEVS BODY MKKTS.
The Presbyterial Woman's Home ,
and Foreign Mission society met in
the Geneseo institute building at. the :
same time as the meetng of the pres
bytery. Mrs. Payne of Morrison, 111., I
the newly elected president, presided
The old town of Montrose the city
which the Mormons knew, and which
before the days of the government
canal along the Dcs Moines rapids,
was one of the interesting shipping
points on the river, and enjoyed the.
reputation of being the wickedest city
on the Mississippi has about disap
peared. A new Montrose is taking its
place further back on the uplands
safely out of the way of the waters
which, when the water power dam at
Keokuk is finished, will back up over
most of the site of the- present city.
All the river front is gone but the de
pot and the two brick buildings oppo
site the old bank building.
Then comes the high railway grade
and on the upper end of First street
all the houses have been removed from
the block between First and
streets. The Masonic hall has been !
torn down and only two buildings
stand between First street and the riv-i
cr north of the alley. j
The Burlington railway iompany is
new laying the track on its new ra:l-'
way bed, and in a few nays the trains '
will be running cm the high track. The
appearance of the old tow n is wholly
changed, and any of the former inhabi- .
tants could they come back and view '
the place would be filled witn sur
prise. Nothing will be left along the
river front in a few weeks. The Men- i
trose Journal sees prosperity in the
change. It says: "Here is where we !
.take our new start. The river and;
; railway will both contribute to this end. ; Brussels, Belgium, April 10. Troops
i When the people who have been liv- today occupied most of the great indus
jing where flood has endangered their trial centers of Belgium, in prepara
; business and expensive power only tion for a ger.cral strike ordered for
j could lie obtained b-arn of our advan
tages they will not be .slow to see the
nAt-tir,n . P u . . i w r.. t i i .1 3 -v n t t Vi q arrival !
tion. To some the passing awav vA
6uccessor to "CramptonV and "Klng$fcury't "
STATIONERY : OFFICE SUPPLIES
1719 Second Avenue ROCK ISLAND
kale seed on his person, he was taken
to the county jail.
The cases of Koy Noble and John
Sharp, held on disorderly conduct
charges, were this morning continued j
until April 19. Their bonds were fix
ed at $4"0.
MAN STEALS GLOVES;
LANDS BEHIND BARS
! Because he stole a pair of gloves and
isold them for 10 cents. Pan Rowan was
jthis morning bound over to the grand
BOYS NEAR DEATH
Davenport High School Athletes
Narrowly Escape Drowning
Ferry to Rescue.
GALL TROOPS FOR
Three Davenport high school ath
letes narrowly escaped drowning iu
the icy waters of the Mississippi this
jury under J."0rt bonds on a charge of 'afternoon about 2:30 when their sail
larceny and is now languishing lR-hind j hoat capsized, precipitating them into
the bars. tne river. All of them managed to
Yesterday morning Dr. I. R. Soudi'is. i each the overturned craft to which
veterinary surgeon, left his rig stand- j they clung until the ferry dashed down
ing at the rear of Moelk-r's livery barn. I stream and rescued them from their
going inside to get, a sack of corn . i P 7riIous predicament. They were
During his absence Rowan grabled a j ,aul Shinn, Karl Lactz and Russel
pair of gauntlet gloves from the buggy or8.
seat and made his escape. These were Tne bo-vs started out om the Dav
later sold at the Thornhill livery sta-1 Hr'Ilort shore about 2:15 and had al
blc for 10 cents. The matter w as re-1 n,0Kt rpa.'tied the Illinois side, when
ported to the nolice. who cantured the i for some inexplicable reason the boat
thief shortly after noon.
OF MEDICS TONIGHT
so many houses, which were old land
marks there, will be a kind of sadness,
but to those of us who live here and
see the determination here for im
provement the loss is only gain."
Monday, when SO'.i.uuO or 400.tuo men
are to quit work. In most cities large
iof troops and cheered the soldiers as , Rock Isiand ( lub in quarterly session.
The Central District Medical asso
ciation will meet this evening at the
HAVE THE TOWE
rchca. ' A nrocram of ethical lectures has been
socialist strike leaders have oi"" : Ijroviri?d for the evening, and a feat
the authorities the service of m . t, ad(ross of Dr. E. C.
Rosenow of Chicago. Dr. J. P. Coni
egys and Dr. G. L. Eyster of this city
are on the program. Dr. F. H. First is
treasurer of the organization. Light
refreshments will be served at the con
clusion of the lectures.
special constables from their own
isrhs to aid in preserving order.
They affirm any outbreak of violence
a ill d"!ay their cause half a genera
ti ni. Tfie strike is an attack on the
present system of plural voting in
ileigiuin. whereby citizens have one,
;o or three votes, according to their
station in life.
Former Steward of Rock Island
Club Given Charge of Pop
ular Summer Resort.
RUSSELL IS TO Tti-K
ON VITAL QUESTION
Hats Foi Particular Women
THE hats you will find here are correct in every detail. Ve keep in daily
touch with the leading fashion centers and we have trained salesivomen
and milliners to aid you in choosing.
Wonderful colors are seen: blues of the richest tones, greens as soft as a
ra w leaf; pale rose and deep cerise; hats of somber shades and trimmed with
vivid colors, the hat actiny as a foil for ks trimming.
The smartest hits of the season right now are ready for you here, and
something new everytimc you come.
28 Newest Extreme Models
just here, from the famous Elzee
line. While you may think some
of these styles are rather extreme,
we can assure you they are abso
lutely correct: and very one ap
proved by the Elzee Paris ex
perts, verified by latest cablegrams.
We shall be much pleased to
have you see these beautiful hats
in all their freshness and loveli
ness, which, needless to add, must
be within the next 48 hours, or
there will not be many of them
left to show you.
. iwmh to nun
George Stephenson, former steward
of the Rock Island club and Ia'e stew
ard of the Moline club, has been named
i hy t.he Tri-City Railway company to
.take charge of the Watch Tower inn
; this sason. Mr. Stephenson is an
ideal man for the place and his wide
i acquantance and ability will redound
to the advantage of the pleasure r -:
sort on Rock river. The season at the
Tower will open May 1 and the usual
! nt'rnctions will be featured again this
year. Cnder Mr. Stephenson's man
' hoped to open the Mississippi river re
, doubted!)- be very popular.
I The raiiway company has not yft
(named a steward for the new inn at
'Campbell's isiand. which is to be read y
' for occupancy about May 13. It is
hoped to open the Mississippi river r
sort Memorial day.
Thomas H. Flynn. drum major for
the Sixth Regiment, I .X. ( . ef- to
day for Monmouth, w here he will at
tend the inspection of the regimental
band this evening.
MEETING TO A CLOSE
The spring meeting of Rock Island
piesbjtery of the I'nited Presbyterian
ci.urdi which has been in session at
the I'nited I'resbyterian church at ilo
line came to a close yesterday. Flans
were made for the installation of
Rev. .1. H. Miller of Mays. Ind., as pas
tor of the Moline church, which will
occur at some date in May, at a spe
cial meeting of the presbytery. The
' n xt regular me eting of the presbytery
'wMl be held Sept. 9 at the North Hen
derson church in Mercer county.
Two commissions were appointed,
one for the installation for the new
Iin.ior at Moline and one for similar
services at North Henderson. Rev.
Mr. McCleary of Xenla, Ohio, is the
new pastor of the latter church. Rev.
1 J. C. Warnoek of Cedar Creek was
i chosen the new moderator, and Rev.
i W. O. Chisholm of Davenport the sec- i
I retary. Rev. .1. C. Pinkerton of Sun- j
; beam, retiring moderator, gave the; pair in the lot worth 1
I sermon yesterday. Reports were heard
i from E. B. McKown of this city, finan-
: cial agent, showing the presbytery
excellent financial condition.
! R v. I. I.. Vance of Rock Island and
' Uev. G. G. Morrill of Savanna were
suddenly overturned. The shouts of
terror were heard by people nearby,
and within a few minutes the Rock
Island police station was besieged with
calls, asking aid for the boys. The
fer-y boat wan pressed into service
and made the trip down stream to tho
foot of Sixteenth street in short order.
Although badly chilled by their stay
In the water. !t Is not believed That
cny of the boys are much the worse
for their mishap.
The team captained by Huntoon
handed three straight defeats to the
Kalstonians at the Rock Island club
i alleys last night. The contests were
Charles E. Russell, exponent of so-' devoid of features. The scores:
cialistic propaganda and magazine i HUNTOON'S TEAM
writer or note, win deliver an address
tonight at the Illinois theatre under
the auspices of the socialists of Rock
Island. His topic will be "The Vital
Question of the Day." Mr. Russe ll Is a
former Davenporter and Is well known
in this vicinity, while his writings and
lectures have brought him into proii)
incne e all over the c ountry.
Mr. Russell is a son of the late Ed
ward Russell, for years editor of the
old Davenport Gazette and postmaster
at Davenport. The son began his ca
reer on the Gaze tte, and has won fann
in the newspaper world and as a writer
and lecture r.
117, 7r.t. 749 2240
Ralston 141) 130 143 422
Lahnseu 161 159 166 480
Weld 147 157 1.(8 442
Tegeler V',i 132 103 373
Curtis 117 172 135 421
712 750 CS4
On the Bargain Table for Friday.
For Kr'day we place on the bargain
! table three great lots of shoes 50
I pairs of men's shoes, 50 pairs of w o
j men's tlioes, and 50 pairs of misses"
i anil children's shoes.
in the men s and women s shoes, not
ss than $2.5u,
and many of them worth and $:'..".o.
In the misses' and children's shoes.
in t the ir re al values are $1 to
For Frielay only this lot. of men's
shoes on sale: at $1.45, the women's a?
75 c ents, and the misses' and children's
'le. t d ss delegates to general assem: j at - cents.
ly which meets In Atlanta, from this i We advise you to come early, as
Keeping Well With Olive Oil.
After you are sic k, the do' tor ad- ;
vises you to take olive oi! to build up
the weakened body an,l restore
Iet us advise jou to take advantage
cf the blood-making, tiesue-bui'ding
and regulating properties of pure olive
oil while you are well.
Cresca olive oil is virtually all nu'ri
nient. Blood and tissue, fed on this
absolutely pure olive oil, have strength
to resist disease.
Combined with its h!g'n food and
tonic value, Cresca olive oil is also the
be?' gentle laxative that can be made
a part of your daily diet..
H. R. Battles &. Co. are agents for
this clive il and have i in ail sizej.
of cans and bottles. (Adv. i
Two elders will also be se-
PARTICIPANTS IN SALOON
BRAWL PAY LIGHT FINES
Participants in the brawl staged in
a saloon located on Twenty-second
street between Third and Fourth ave
i!tes l.ist Friday night, were today ar
laigncd in Justice C. J. Schroeder's
cejurt. charged with disorderly con
duct. August Felete, the Belgian la
l.orer. w ho was knocked out by a show-
as to attend court, and was assessed
a f.ne of $1 and costs, together with '
these lots will not last lonii.
PRIESTTR-HK'KEY SHOE CO.,
Harer House block. (Adv
Bids will be received at the mayor's
cf.ee un'il 10 a. m.. April 19, 15-1", for
two-horse garbage waeor.s and
one street fluster. Bidders to furnish
specifications. H. M. SCHRIVER.
Mayor of Rock Island. (Adv.)
City Attorney j. F. Wit.te-r this morn
ing (.'-cured confirmation of the assess
ment rolls in four city improvement
projects. Judge H. S. Bell in the coun
ty co.crt ordered the improvements it;
i ir Ae-i'ori r t 11 t V. V. T jr. i-i w-- r r, f 1
of beer bottles, had so far recovered ?
,h ,..-t or,H aa.aA Mmpr'-vements are: Watermain cr.
Thirty-first erreet between Twelfth
Charles smi'h. and John Smith. Om I ",m ,WJne'wn avenues; wat' rrr.atti
Clays was dismissed. i on Fourteenth avenue between Sev-
- ' enth and Eighth streets; sewer on
Fifteenth avenue between Tenth and
Eleventh streets, and pavement on
Fourteenth-and-a-half street from Sev
enth to Ei?h'eenth avenue.
FOR ALL TESTIMONY
The; taking of testimony iu the
Gcr,rj.e Azii.iv.,1 inn inaiisliughte.
trial in the circuit court, proceeded
slowly today due to the fact that an
interpreter had to be; In constant scr
vie e. The v. itiies. cs are all Armen
ians w ho c;. nii'ji. talk tc- English lan
guage ami in order for the; trial to go
mi tiie iin-Hi ioiiM ahkecl by counfel
must tie- lian.-iia'e'i into the Armenian
language and the answer back to the
Kiigliyh language before it is in shape
for the j.uy to utiii' rttan.l. Even then
there are frecjiient de-lays due to mis-limlc-rstanditig
ot niiestionri or answer:-.
The ch ; use has an interpreter who
nci, as a c 1 c-k on tne- e.n: furnished
i by t he. sta e.
The evide ;rc- iu the rase thin; far is
i o th ; effect, that tne defendant Asna
voriau anil the decease d Tovma-s Sva
kiau together witli severil of their
f' lli.v, country men. were seated at a
table in the East Moline house where
they made- their home. A quarrel
' arose" between Svakian and Aznavor
ian at:d when the former drew a knife,
. the latter seized a chair and strack
' Sv&kian on the; head, inflicting an in
' jury which later resulted in death.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablet invariably br? relief to wo
men sttfTerins from chronic constipa
tion, headache. H'.'ousness. u:zz'.nss.
Faew n?ss cf the skin and dyspt-s a.
,.5c2d by ail irusgas-.s. (Adv.)
Ano'f.'r stormy scene was staged at
the Arirorv dance hail last night when
a man ..vi!.e his name a3 H. Brown,
t-fier becoming noisy aid abusive, wag
I'itca-n into jail for the night. This
mor iiii--.' he paid a fine of $2 and costs.
C. M. Mil!--l
i:e re -c:' r.i-.-:
a noter'otis v
r. arr'f'ed at a house la
district in company with
oman, vs. fin'd $land
!t Ic a Fact.
The largest and finest equipped
plumbing establishment in the fric-cit-
ies. Lamp's p un.bing shop, 61'J
enteenth tre-t. (Adv.)
GIRL IS INJURED
AT CANDY FACTORY
Helen Freiise, no ; Third avenue, an
employe of the W. L. Gar.sert candy
factory, was badly injured shortly af
t' r noon today, when a knife, with
which she was cutting caramels, sllp-
Sev- p' d. inflicting a deep gash In her right
arm. A physic ian was called and the
ig'ri was taken to her home.
Duchess Under Knife.
Ixindon. April Jo The duchess of Hourly Nure.
Ccur-aught was oo'-ra'ed on this morn- j Miss Edna Flanagan, G.
ino- Tno iteration was ? severe one?, j answered promptly day
Not having ifc but it was borne well by the duchess. Phone wtst 433-X. (Air.)