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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APR'II 11. una.
MAY MANTON'S PATTERNS,
MAY MANTON'S PATTERNS,
Horblit's Dept. Store
Dry Goods, Notions and
and Fancy Groceries
Northeast corner Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue
OUR MOTTO QUml.ii Y THE HIGHEST AND PRICES LOWEST
You are looking for a little savings. We are to help
you along. Look through our Specials, in fact, see the
prices on all our Merchandise we carry and you -will find
a great beneficial saving.
Fancy striped curtain Swiss, the 15c kind, for otir Satur
day special, yard 9V2C
Ilcru lace curtains, $1.25 values, special for
Saturday, pair only .' 89c
Challies, fast color, yard only 4C
Messaline petticoats, those $2.50 values, for only $1.98
500 yards genuine Amoskeg1 apron gingham, yd. only. 7c
A new lot of ladies' black sateen petticoats,
69c values for only 48c
One lot of men's Bhirts, slightly soiled,
50c to 75c values, your choice only 25c
IN OUR GROCERY DEPT.
White Rose flour, guaranteed, per sack
Yeast Foam, per package
Fine granulated sugar, 21 pounds for
California yellow free peaches, per can
Oriole corn flakes, four packages for
A full lin of fn-uli vpgr-tablfK and fruits.
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CHANGE OF VENUE
Files Petition In U. S. Court to
Take Case From Judge
TOMORROW SA TURD A Y
An Exhibition d Style Show
Handsome Gowns on Living Models
It is seldom if ever that the women of a city the size of Daven-
Eort hare the opportunity of viewing a collection of several
imdred handsome gowns and dresses. Vi fact, there is no
merchant who can afford to carry a line of this magnitude, "We
hare, however, evolved a plan whereby you will have such an
T Dallet '& "Weyl of New York City, one of the foremost dress
manufacturers in this country will have here in our store sev
eral hundred handsome and exclusive gowns suitable for even
ing, afternoon and street wearoriginal and modified creations
of the leading Paris designers.
Z These gowns will be worn and displayed on
Harry MCMeCaskrln has filed in the
United States district court at Peoria
TaotkraoT lnge of -venue from
Jodg J. Otis Hnmpnrey In the trial
of lla.jcase-'tiepeta h is charged with
ending through tt maUs improper
postal caxds. Theses of the petition
filed by McCaskrin. througn his attor- j
aajc Bea. A. Stewart, is. a follows:
Tuited States of America, South
enexllstriet of Illinois, Northern divis
ion, ISiited etates of America, vs.
Henry M. MeCaakrn, "alias Harry M.
ilcCaskrin. General No. 351. In the
matter of mailing non-mailable postal
1 "Harry M. McCaskrin, being first
' duly sworn, on his oath 6ays that he is
, the defendant in the criminal, case Xo.
jSol, entitled the United States of
i America vs. Henry M. McCaskrin,
! alias Harry M. ,McCa8krin. indicted for
mailing non-mailable postal cards, and
this affiant further says that on Tues
day, April 8, A. D. 1913, in the after
noon lof said day, he, this affiant, was
informed by the clerk of this court that
Judge J. Otis Humphrey, Judpe of said
court, would be the Jndge who would
precide at the April term of said court:
that on the same day, tp-wit, the Sth
day of April, A. D. 1913, he. this affi
ant, received a notice from W. A.
Northcott, United States attorney, as i
"'Mr. Harry M. McCaskrin. Rock Is-j
land. 111. Dear Sir: The case against .
you in the I'nited Sta's district court .
is pet for trial before Juriee Humphrey
at Peoria, 111., on Monday afternoon at :
2 o'clotk. April 21. 1 9 1 :. Plt-ase be
present in court, at that time ready to
F'anil trial. Yov.rs respect f uily. V. A. ;
Northco't. l'i::tfd States attorney.'
"And thif attiaiit tays that said no- j
tire and information was and is the '. - -- ... - . - - - - - - - - - - - - -
first that this affiant kii'jv that saidjtionsof the I'niU'd States postal laws and prejudiced aa'nst, the defendant, does believe, t hat. the said Judge J. said Judge J. Otis Humphrey cannot
.I'ldge J. Otis Humphrey would be the and of the I'miil Status mail. That! Harry M. McCaskr'n. in this r:;t;se. ntis 1 1 llnl,iirv ...in haw and now has fairly and impartially preside or ait
i as judge in this cause, and the f;u1
defendant cannot safely proceed in this
also from New York. These models will show the gowns as
they should be worn and will have some interesting things to
say of them.
!!Orders may be left for any garment on exhibition for prompt
delivery. Every woman should attend.
Exhibit Hours 1:30 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8:30 p. m.
207-09 W. 2nd St. Davenport, Iowa
ETTCHEN kills all
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well as cleans. Keeps
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spotless and sterilizes.
presiding judge, and that sa:d cause, said judge at said time and p!a e, in j. And this affiant further pays ;hat lie
would be urged ( jr Trial at the April . the presence of this affiant. us"d words believes that from remarks of said
tmn. A. D. ISO", of said court, and land lantrae in relation to the return-; iudire in ttie s:ii,i yrnn.i i.irv :is afore-
mis affiant further says thai at this, ling of indictments in relation to saidlsaid, and other facts and circunisianc- . sa ;d Ilarly l',aimlfT. wherefore, he, The
saw ui'ieiiuant in tni cause ior saiu
said defendant and in favor of the
'his earliest onooriunitv since reieiv- aliened violation of the nostal laws of !es hereinafter relnicil tliat the s:;d
! ing said information, he makes this af-! the United States and of said United Judge J. Otis H.-mphrev is Marr-d and ; r'-asous cannot safely proceed with the
lidavit hi said cause for a change of States mail, which were, as this affiant ' prejudiced and has a person::! bias and
venue from the said Judge .1. Oiis remeinbets to the bes: of his ability,
Humphrey, he.fore whom s-jid action substantially as follows:
! or proceeding is to Ue iried or heard.
tral of this caime before the said
T...I i i
prejudue aga'nst. nini. this affiant, and J,,u1' ''
Mi. fnvn, r-f .i,p ,.:...;,r i., ts.i : lni1 i's amain, iunner saj s mai
he is informed and believes and so
cause hefore the said Judge J. Otis
Humphrey. harry m. McCaskrin."
'You must see' in favor cf the plaintiff in this cause,
Thur thi l';ittJf! Slates mriil is kpnt ro-wit tht I'nitil SJ:at,i f - nicripa
land this affiant further says ihat the, clean. You will be advised as to your : -And ,hu frn.r th't "at's ,ne fart to be- that 8.a.ld fudge
, . uus nunmnrev. . a. ortnootu
, is iiv irif 11 r el hi in ;iiiii t i. . . ... . i. n r- i ...
' - ' j , iitjon iii.i iviiiu i it Li: I it:-- u ii' ' ui
personal mas or prejudice against mm
Humphrey has a (duties by the
tins amain helieves that, it said judge tions existing between said J. Otfs
tliis defendant, and this affiant is in- had not. by the use of language to Humphrey, W. A. Norihcoli and the
formed, and believes, and so states the it hat effect and other langt age of like assistant prosecuting United States at
faci to lie. that the said Judge J. Otis nature (which substantially told said ' orneyg in said district, he. This affiant.
Humphrey has a personal bias and grand jury to return indictments at I ;s informed by one William l.loyd
i rejudice agaitiM him. This defendant, the request, direction and advice of Clark, now residing at, Milan. 111., wiih-
r uu personal uias aim prejuuice m ttif said I nited States a'itrici attor- ; ;n this district
ui tiie iijrix piamnn in tins ney. that no indntinent would tiave (;ist between tiie said attor:;. ys lor
to-wit: The United Stat.'s of been returned against him. this affi- n, nros' eutioii and l!:c said Jude J.
a-n: and. further, that from said re- 0tis H,ln)IJhre.v-; tht.t upon the ( los"
..t ! "1-fln" Z lU:: fJlV ai.re; ' ",rf,,ons f ,a,- rWfion f a... )elieve8thatca.sefsaid bias
Tho Only Antiseptic
CEcanscr and 10c Bays.wo'esi
"IWr oxfORos I
VA l) Oxford Season is now on and IJ
yyf wc are showing some beautiful new t
There are styles for every purpose. jlf
ivy Light and dainty for dress wear, and strong,
y) T staunch styles for street and general wear.
h Dull Calf. Patrnt Colt tnd ?TN I
A Rid, Tans, Black and Vl-!.
i Brown Sucdf. The new 'itMifvm
)U button oxford with clofh Vi l VwA :
"J top is a great favorite. l I W'MWk
J2.C8. $2.50. $3.0 to $4.51 iM
VJ Our Oxfords nt prfctly, tier U no jVHrt K JIur
'II Kalng or tllppin at th k4. I fv)fwktti J
1 1 The woman who desire someOiln f yAoSvVVi
J cho.ee will do ell to come he.r and ItVkVAS 'rv
J see what we are showing !n Better 1 IV
i !SuT Second avenue, Rock Island. $rV j'! '
I "And this affiant further states
ifi w- ni-nrir hi yjui I aiU. lllUlcaieil a 11(1 CailSeu o I! ail am oi-ir anpc on.l tlio Mlilni r' nf i i'fiiic.
j when the said Judge . I. Otis Humphrey to believe that the said . I. Otis Htiinpli- ( xamination by the defendant of the.
impanelled the gr;:.nd jury which re- rey had a persona! bias or prejudice '. wittiesses for the prosec u; ion, the said i
I turned the indicunent against this af-. in favor of the prosecution in tjiis : Jurtpe J. Otis Muii.jihrey favors th ;
jfiant at iho April term of this court, cause and against the said defendant, '' prosecution and is prejudiced audi
.A. n. 1912; that lie heard the remarks and this affiant frrther says that from biased against the defense in his rul-
of tjm sail) jurist to the said grand previous experience and observation in jngs: that in a cause wherein tJie Unit
jury in relation to their dtiues: that the trial or causes before said judge 'ed states of Americ.i was party plaui
, from the remarl s of said judge to for the alleged violation of the postal ! tiff and the said William I.!od Clark,
' said .grand jury at said time, together i laws of the United States, that he be- w ho was harged with an alleged viola
! wi'h the actions of the said judge atilieves and so states the fact to be that !tion of the nostal laws of the United
ithe ttine of making said remarks, he. : the said judg is biased and prejudb-i States of America, and wherein the
this affiant, is convinced that, and so cd in favor of the party plaintiff, to- said Judge J. Otis Humphrey presided
.states the fact to be. that said Judge wit, the United States, and is biased ! at the trial thereof, he the said iudge.
i was biased and prejudiced in favor of
the prosecution and was prejudiced!
and biased against the said William)
I Uoyd Clark. And this affiant is fin-j
i ther informed tuid believes aiid so :
states the fact to be. from iiifcniiation j
received from the. said William l.loyd I
Clark, and also by reason of the other i
facts and circumstances herein relat
ed, that said Judge J. Otis Humphrey 1
is prejudiced and biased in favor of
the prosecution in causes for alleged
violation of the United States postal I
laws, and that, therefore, the plaintiff j
has reasonable cause to believe, and j
the United States attorney, and eome
of t lie assistant United States attor
ney? of ibis district reside at the city
of Springfield, 111., and that tho 6aid
judge and said Unit'd States attor
neys are so closely acquainted that
s:iid .1 Otis Himinhrev is !indn!v in-
ihat sr.ch relations : fllnrd prejudiced and biased by the
a:d I niied States attorneys in favor
if t'r.e pros'-cution in ibis cause and
against this defendant. And this af-
prejudice In favor of the United
States, and because of said bias or
prejudice against t.'nis defendant, the
Inflammatory Rheumat'rn wulckly
Morton L. Hill of tetanon, Ind,
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
rheumatism In every muscle and joints,
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almoBL beyoud
recognition; had been in bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried Dr.
Cetchon's Relief for Rheumatism. It
gave immediate relief or d she was able
to walk in three days I am sura It
saved her life." Sold by Otto Grot Jan.
1501 Second avenue, Hock Island, and
Gust. Schlegel & Son. 220 Second
street, Davenport. (Advertisement.)
All the news all the time
J. Otis Humphrey unduly favors the
Jf j prosecutions involving alleged viola-
I.; hwmu f 9ytrW. '' !
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you will save time and trou
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to fill your needs. You will
be well paid for your visit
in the superior quality of the '
goods you obtain and the
decided saving you make on
Groceries do not grow
stale in our store. We sell
high quality eatables and
keep the prices down. This
moves our groceries fast,
and insures fresh, whole
some gocds to you when
you buy from us.
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