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THE" ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
FRIDAY, JULY 18, id
MEN RAIL RIDE
EHer Through Streets of
lo, HI., While Men
Cheer Them On.
JATE HURRIES OFF
Affinity Departs Just Before
the Raiders Call to "Give
hicago. 111., July 18. Inspired by
winning of the ballot by Illinois
len, militant members of the sex
'61o, in 17 miles north of Wauke
lave soared on to greater actlvi
1"heir enthusiasm has been dis
- g to Mrs. John Richardson, wife
?rippled storekeeper In the vil
md has caused the departure of
'rother-ln-law, William Dunnill,
whom she has spent so much
during her husband's Illness as
rday night, about 50 women of the
xe decided to take things Into
It owq hands and a committee com
sed of practically all the prominent
jmen of the place went to the Rich
dson residence. Mrs. Richardson
.d Just, returned from a buggy ride
th her brother-in-law and met the
mmitfe at the door.
"We are going to show you what
i think of your actions." said one of
e women, find before Mrs. Richard
n could resist she had been seized
her hands bound.
1 HIKE WOMX RIDK R41L.
1";:k rail suddenly made its ap-
raiif e. Mrs. Richardson, scream
v and fighting, was placed on the
all and a do&en women grabbed the
fri'lH and the marih beitan.
Shouting at the top of her voice, the
oman was carried through the streets
f the village. None but women were
ii the "rail-riding party. The men
:f the village, were proup'-d on the
main street and cheered the shrieking
' oman as she was carried past.
At the outskirts cf the town the pro
tesKion turned and made its way back
:o the fli hardson residi-nce. There
'he woman was dumped, none too gent
ly, upon the ground with the injunc
tion to "'leave Volo inside cf 24 hours
or take another ride." She left a few
hours latT for Waukepan.
yi Vi.KKH rHOM WIHTIl.
The women then went to the Dun
nill residence Iroklng for "the man lu
the ase." Mrs. Dunnill was there,
but said her hushand had left town a
frw hours before. 1 1 j Is supposed to
ave loarned of the plans of the wo
vn to "visit'' him and to have bur
The first critic who heard this boy
violinist called him the "Wonder of
God," but the world knows him as
Duol Korejarto. He is on'.y 12 years
old, but he startled London at his first
concert at Bochstein hall.
Mrs. Margaret Myers, who has been
visiting her Bon, Dr. Myers and fam
ily, left Tuesday for Indiana, where
she will visit relatives in Terre Haute
and other cities.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Neely and three
children of Joy were Aledo visitors
Mrs. Harry Powell and children re
turned to their home in Galesburg
Monday after a few days' visit with
their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Townsley.
The Misses Inez and Maud Lor-
rance or Rock island went to isew
Boston Saturday to visit at the home
of A. Garrett.
Mrs. Maria Evans. Mrs. C. Marquis
and John McRoberts of this city and
Robert E. Evans of Tacoma, Wash.,
spent Wednesday with Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Bartlett near New Boston.
Mrs. Edward Johnson and daughter
and Mr. and Mrs. George Bunyan of
Paola, Kas., came Monday to visit
Mr. and Mrs. R. LeMaster.
Dale Cebert of Galesburg, who has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Morrison and other relatives, return
ed home Wednesday.
Miss Sara Unsworth and Cicero
Unsworth were Galesburg visitors on
Mrs. Will Hall returned home from
Chicago Monday where she has made
an extended visit with relatives.
Mrs. Mary A. Llewellyn Batson died
at her home near this city Wednes
day, July 2, aged 86 years. She was
married to David Batson at Cumber
land, Ohio, July 3, 1852, and the same
year came to Iowa where they spent I
one year. They then came to Mercer
county, Illinois, and purchased the
farm near Aledo, which has been her
home ever since and here Mr. Batson
died in 18S4. They came to Mercer
county before Aledo was in existence
and endured all the hardships and
privations of the early pioneers and
made for themselves a beautiful
home. Eight children were born to
them, five of whom remain to mourn
the loss of a devoted mother. The
funeral services were held at the
home July 5, conducted by Rev. H. P.
Dunlop and she was laid to rest In
the Aledo cemetery.
Miss Louise Derr, Miss Mabel Rum
mel and Misses Bernice and Agnes
Brown spent Tuesday at the Watch
Miss Louise Bartlett and Mrs. Hom
er Mead entertained the Sun Bonnet
club at the home of Miss Bartlett
Tuesday afternoon. Twenty-four la
dies were present and a delightful aft-
ried from Volo.
After it was all over the women re
turned to their homes and have refused
to admit any knowledge of the affair.
Richardson went to Waukegan yester
day and had a conference with his
wife. They are said to have agreed
to a separation.
"I didn't see all of it," paid Mr. Rich
ardson yesterday. "I understand some
of the women were pretty rough with
ray wife, but I guess they had cause,
or at least thought they had. Mrs.
Richardson left yesterday to go to the
home of Fred G-oiger cu Southport
avenue, in Chicago. I am sorry this
thing happened), but my wife was indis
Mrs. Geiger, the sister, said last
night she did not think Mrs. Richard
son would come to her house. ! ernoon was spent during which re-
"We had some slight differences freshments consisting of ice cream,
when she was here the last time," she
said. "She fold me then she was
thinking of leaving her husband and
if ehe went away she wouldgo a long
long way. I am sure 1 don't know
where she is."
cake and iced tea were served on the
B. F. Tudor of Bushnell came Tues
day on a short business trip.
Mrs. John Anderson and little son
were Galesburg visitors Wednesday.
Tri-Citics Largest Quality Department Store
Young & McCombs
Co-Operative Store Co., Rock Island, III.
We Undersell Because We Underbuy
JULY CLEARANCE SALE
Besides offering our Entire Stock of Summer Merchandise
at a mere fraction of its real worth, Saturday we will hold a
5 and 10 Cent Sale
There are odd lot of wanted goo ds at less than cost to make 'em.
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1QC Women's? 1 Qc Up to 25c r
' 15c Colonial Val. Worn- ...
Shoe ,. , Hair Pins,
Gauze . Ohve en s Emb. , '
LaceS Vests Dishes Hdkfs, 2 Pkgs'
5c 10c 5c 10c 5c-
10c Infants 25c 1 Oc 12-inch 1Qo
Dr. Cuticle Cashmere Decorated .H.em" Hair
Green Soap Hose Pie Plate3 " ... Combs
5C IPC Basement 1 Qc 5C
Men's Children's 1Qc 25c 1QC
10c 25C Glass Lem- Women's ToQth
Hdkfs, Short LlsIe on Juicers Sun-
Hemstitched Gloves c bonnets -orusnes
5C IQc Basement 10C 5C
10c 18c Men's 10c 25c 15c
Swiss and Lee Whisk Eockford Fa Pad Ho3e
Cambric Broom Socks . (!ll,nWo
Embroidery jqq 5c Hat PlnS SuPPorte
5c Basement I Basement 10c I 10c 1
Bunch of 5
Thread,' Bread and
3 or 10c Knives
50c To 50c ioc mmm
ouc Toilet i-mm
Boys' Caps Window . mmm
5C Shades PagPcer '
Basement fr " iS psssl
Men's Bow Summer mM-.-, I
Ties TC .. U
5C fefe 1
Batcment 1 OC (S- 2
Up to 20c 10c 15c
Barrettes Hemmed But
10c 5c 10c
5C Up to 15c Up to 22c
Lawns, yd- Domes- Linen
3 yds, 10c tic Rem Paper
12 yd. Limit , nants Bolt, IQc
Basement 5li 5C
Everybody's Reading About It
Everybody's Talking About It
IMosenf elder &h Sons9
Never has any Jul'- Clearance Event ever conducted by Mosenf elder & Sons caused such universal
comment, such enthusiasm, as this present sale now going on here. There's a mighty good reason, too.
We are sacrificing our entire stock of Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Society Brand, Yorkshire. Clothcraft and
Lewis Bros.' clothing at less than cost. . - - '-
Hart, Schaffner & Marx and
Society Brand $22 Suits in fin
est patterns offered in this July
Hart, Schaffner & Marx and
Society Brand finest $25 Suits
offered now in this July Event
Hart, Schaffner & Marx fin
est $28 and $30 Suits offered
now in this July Event for
Society Brand Suits included at ...
Supreme Reductions on Clothcraft Suit;
&ir Clothcraft Suit $- - 75 Clothcraft Suit Sfl 75
Worth $18 or $20
Smashing Bargains on Boys' Knickerbocker Sujfts
Our $10.00 values, during
this Great July fi O CC
Clearance sale PC7VV
Our $6.oo values, during
this Great July fl U Q(
Clearance sale tT;U
Our $3oO vali
this Great July
Our $8.50 values, during
this Great July
this Great July Of
Our $5.00 values, during
this Great July fl0 Qet
Clearance sale J7Jc7-
Our $2.50 vajlues, during
this Great July G0 r
Clearance safe Ptf.VU
Reductions on Our IMen's Finest
Our $7.50 pants, during this
Great July Clear- C:
ance sale pll4rJ
Our 6.00 and $6.50 pants,
during this Great July
Our $5.00 pants, dunng this
Great July Clear-
ance sale JJT'.eJ
Our $4.00 pants, during this
Great July Clear- Cq
ance sale $DDD
Our $3,501 pants, during this
Great Jujiy Clear- QC
ance sake CpyJ
Our $250 pants, during this
Great Auly Clear- (1 QC
ance pale PAyij
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Rock Island. Illinois
Mrs. J. W. Murphy and son John
spent Sunday with Mrs. Murphy's sla
ter, Mrs. Ray Crapnell in Joy.
Mrs. J. S. Adams and son Albert,
who have been spending a few days
with Mrs. Adams' father, Judge I. N.
Bassett, returned to their home in
Mrs. James Warwick and daughter,
Miss Nannie' left Tuesday for an ex
tended visit with relatives in Beaver
Falls and other cities of Pennsylvania.
Miss Bertha Scannll returned from
Alexis Monday where she had been
Miss Ella Reynolds spent Sunday
with friends in New Boston.
Miss Nellie Pomeroy of Muscatine,
Iowa, who has been visiting her
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Pomeroy.
went to Keitbsburg Saturday to spend
a few days with relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Davi3 and their
guests. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Lohnes of
Canton, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Levis' mother. Mrs. Mary Hodson la
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dilley of Bur
gess visited Aledo relatives Monday.
The Misses Lela Kramm and Ruth
Detwiler gave a kitchen shower for
Miss Elizabeth White at the home of
Miss Kramm Monday evening. About
twenty young ladies were-present and
a very pleasant evening was spent.
Miss White received many useful and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lowry went to
Galesburg Monday to spend the day.
Mrs. Grace Brldgford and daughter
Helen of Viola spent Sunday at. the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brldg
ford in Millersburg.
Mrs. Charles McNeal and baby
Ethel of New Boston were guests Sat
urday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Professor and Mrs. W. R. Woodman-
see left Monday for Zionsville, Ind., to
spend a few weeks with relatives,
then will go to Madison, Wisconsin,
Where Mr. Woodmansee will spend
a year in the University of Wisconsin.
Mrs. J. M. Morford of Burgess
spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Ida Hawkins of Keitbsburg
and son, John Hawkins of Grandview,
Wash., were guests Saturday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D, Kirk
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. SchreiUIng
went to Bushnell Monday to spend a
Robert E. Evans of Tacoma. Wash.,
came Saturday to spend a few days
with his mother, Mrs. Maria Evans
and other relative. Mr. Evaoa is oa
his way home from Rochester, New
York, where he was sent as a delegate
to the Elks' convention.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Lohnes of Can
ton, who have been spending a .few
days with their cousins, Dr. and Mrs.
J. AI. Davis, returned home Monlay.
Mrs. William Parkinson returnel to
her home in New Windsor Tuesday
after an extended visit with her chil
dren in Aledo and Keithsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wilson went
to Hopewell and attended the funeral
of an aunt, Mrs. J. H. Holliday, which
was held at Swedona Tuesday afternoon.
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