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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. ' THURSDAY, JULY .24, 1013.
POLES BROKEN IN
BY STEEL GIRDER
TclegTaphic Communication of
Reck Island, Burlington and
ONLY ONE PEORIA WIRE
Distributing Station for Railroad and
Western Union Wrecked
Practically all telegraph communica
tion between Rock Island and points
along the three railroads that enter
the city was cut off suddenly about
ft: 30 "this morning when a big steel
girder being carried by a Milwaukee
freight train became loosened from
Its moorings and swung out far
enough to demolish half a dozen tele
graph poles supporting the cables of
the Burlington. Milwaukee and Rock
The service of the Western Union
Telegraph company was also impaired
and all day the local office has been
working with, only one wire to Pecria.
Besides wrecking the poles.the girder
struck the office of the Port Byron
Lime association and the barn owned
by the Northwestern Brewing com
pany, doing damage to each. The train
B3 stopped, however, before it left
the local jards. and the car carrying
the girder was left here. Hat", it not
befn taken from the train before it
reached the bridge a serious wreck
would have undoubtedly occurred on i
STTIO I HIT.
William Toal, chief electrician for!
the Burlington railroad, said this
morning: "The accident happened at
the most important point in the city.
One of the poles demolished was a
distributing station from which the
vires of the Burlington, Milwaukee
and Rock Islnnd roads and also the
Western t'nion radiated and the serv
ice all over tiie city is in a deplorable
condition. I expect to have one wirj
up by this evening."
The impact with which the girder
struck the poles was sufficient to
break tlieni in from two to four parts,
and had it been hanging lower the em
ployes of the Tort Byron Coal com
pany, who were at work in the. office
r.t '.he time of the crash, might Lave
be:-n beriou.sly injured.
CLAIMS UNCLE IS
Blanche Millinton Says Rela
tive Eeat Her for Not
73rin5ing- in Money.
After a delay of two hour?, o. Mill-1
ington. Harry Clarke and Blanche)
MUKngtru were arraigned in police
curt this morning. The trio was ar
rcji'e I rar.y yo-uer.luy morning, fol
lowing an nil night orgy and a battle
fur ttn ;i (Tedious of til-.' woman. After
n ponderous quantity of evidence had
been taker,, jtud there was s ill no de-ci-U-n
in sifeht. the eiic was continued
until . o'clock this afternoon. The
trial whs not begun at ti:l!0.
According to evidence tins morninc,
the woman lias been keeping company
with her uncle, G. Millingtoti. Her
husband, a nephew cf the prisoner.
l.ns parted from her, and Since that i
tine the has been making her own
way. She told the police tha". hpr
untie had repeatedly beaten her for
:iot bringing home enough money afier
a nisht on the streets.
The figii besan after the trio had
letn drinking to excess. Miilington
Is alleged to have struck the wonnn.
knocking her down. Clarke then
tingled Miilington, knocking him
thrrugh a window and cutting his
! end badly. Th" injured man 'hen
w'Tt to the Hock Island depot for help
jnd was placed under arrest.
The woman and Clarke were cap
inre.l back of the Augustana college
i.uiidinc. Both men are employed by
. ti- .ut ui it viiu uv u-Jii iuu: pail j .
GEORGE FITCH IS ON
ANNUAL BOAT JAUNT
Gr.ice Fitch of Peoria, famous hu-
norist and member of the state legis-j for all who had not paid up. Com-i.-.'.ure
was the guest yesterday of mist loner Jonas Eear states that the
ounty Judgo B. tf. Bell. Fitch and
r Roberts came up from Peoria in
li'irlauiiih r.nd left the boat at Milan j
fid wre i; ?ts cf the local Jurist, who !
ntertnincd the Tisitors at the Moline j
lub at dinner. In the afternoon the!
a:ty took an auto spin in Judge Bell's j
nachine end later took a launch ride
o Mu-catine. The Peoria men are I
.aking their annual cruise.
AT THE HOSPITAL
An inquisition into the sanity of
Edward WKson of North Henderson,
Mercer county, was held yesterday
nternoon by Judge B. S. Bell at the
Vatertown hospital. The man was a
.rhr.tary pjCen:. The medical com--..ifsion
composed of Dr. W. K. Dyer
ind Dr. R. F. Winsor found him ia
K'ed of mental treatment
Gilman Still Single.
Maurice G:'.in.in, a young man who
'iturod ia police court last week as a
esult cf an escapade with a girl, has
'mind himself ia r.ew difficulties t ?
:.uFe of a pub'.iehed statement that h
lad been sued for divorca. Aa action
SELL GREAT HOUSE
TO BE NEAR RACES
Mrs. Oscar Lewisohn.
London, July 24. Mrs. Oscar Lew
isohn, the former Edna May of musi
cal comedy fame denies that she and
Lew isohn will separate. It is quite
true, she admitted readily enough.
that they will sell their home, Cran
bourne Manor, upon which the son of
the copper mine family has spent a
"But that is only because my hus
band has got so keen on horse rac
ing." she said. 'He is trying to find
a place near Newmarket, where he
has ten horses in training. He is at
present in Germany with his brother.
When he returns he will probably de
cide) about renting a house in London
for the present."
Lewisohn has, as his wife says, be
come quite keen about English rac
ing. When he got together the ten
horses he now has at Newmarket, he
said that he would try his hand at it
end if the tiring showed any promise
he would get other horses and found a
large racing stable.
has been started in circuit court by
Mary Oilman against Maurice Gilman,
b :t the latter has not been a resident
cf the city for some time, the attorney
for the plaintiff " states. Thus the
Maurice Oilman who i3 still unmarried
feels that he is entitled to a correction
cf the printed sta'ement.
DAY IN THE WOODS
PLANNED BY BILLS
Elks "Will Hold Annual Picnic
August 3 Big Time Prom
ised the Members.
Plans are being comp'.e'ed for the
sixth annual "Day in the Woods'" of
Rock Island lodge No. iS0, B. P. O.
E. The affair is to be held Sunday,
August Z and notxes are being sent
out to tiie members to meet a the
dub rooms at 8:30 in the morning to
be prepared to spend a lon and
The steamer Mnrquet'e anj barse
have been chartered for the occasion
j and the only information that will be
given out by the commit'ee in charge
as to where the picnic will be h?ld is
that it i.s sure to be on an island in
! the Mississippi somewhere between S'.
Paul and St. Louis.
The rea". big event of the day as
usual will be the catfisii dinner. An
athletic program is being arranged and
most of the world's records wiil likely
I ue raipien upon, i lie committee is
I carefully guarding the exact nature of
tiie festivities for the present, but it
i is a safe assumption that there will !:e
something doTng most of the day.
Strorhle's brass band will be taken
a'.ong to liven up tbtngs and the big
gest and best ever is prcr.iist?J all the
Bills. I- i- expected that at least 300
will take the trip, rain cr shine.
CUT OUT RULE I
Delinquent Water Users Hav-
ing Service Discontinued
Pelinouent water users are begin
ning to feel the effects of the order
that the serviro u-ruiiii ho .ti.rwiti,,,.
men in his department are to be kent
! busy turning off the connections and!
that ail will be treated alike. The
only way to get water from now on
will be to pay up.
Of the three attachments announced
to he turned off today, the order was
carried out in two instances. After
the water had been cut off at one place
the owner paid up and was required to
produce the additional $5 which is
occasioned through the expense of
turning on and off the water. At the
third place the cut-out order was not
enforced because there had been
smallpox n the house.
I Two more attachments are slated for
tomorrow. They are Nos. 147S and
I' 2532. Commissioner Bear Is emphatic
! in his statement that water bills must
be paid up at once.
Soreness of the muscles, wnether in
duced by violent czorcisc cr injury, is
x:ou of Chambcrn's Liniment TnTStf.MtlhI! l? UrC Jrrl.,
liniment is equally valuable for mus
cular rheumatism, and always affords
quick relief. Sold by ell druggists.
N All the
news ail the time The
Opinion of State's Attorney
Thompson to Special Com
mittee of Supervisors.
REPORT TO THE- BOARD
Salary Cannot Be Legally Held Back
So Long at He Occupies
Sheriff O. L. Bruner cannot be re
moved from office until he has been
convicted of some crime. This is In
substance the opinion of State's Attor
ney Floyd E. Thompson, submitted to
the special committee of the board of !
supervisors, w hich reported to the su
pervisors this afternoon.
Ml'T PROVE CASE.
State's Attorney Thompson was ask
ed a number of questions by the spe
cial committee relative to the removal
of the sheriff. He held that the offi
cial cannot be removed before the
trial of the cases now pending against
him. "The sheriff cantyt, before liis
trial and final judgment in one of the
cases now pending against him. be re
moved from office," states Mr. Thomp
son. "The law most certainly con
tends that charges mus be proven be
fore an official can be removed from
AS TO SALARY.
As to the question of the boird legal
ly refusing tro pay the sheriff's salary
and other emoluments while he i3 not
performing the duties of his office, the
opinion states: "The board cannot
fogally refuse to pay the sheriff's sal
ary so long as he is sheriff, As to the
other emoluments, the sheriff stands
precisely in the same position as he
would if he was actually in his office.
That is, any emoluments provided for
by resolution of the board of super
visors, the ccucty is bound to pay so
long as the resolution is not rescinded.
The board may deduct, from the salary
or other pay of the sheriff the amount
that he has improperly and Wrong
fully received from the county."
ItO A D MATTER VP.
The matter of designating roads to
receive state aid was also considered
at the mesting of the board this af
ternoon. Considerable rivalry over
the various routes has developed and
there is a strong contest on for rec
ognition from the various parts of the
LOCAL CHURCH IS
Mrs. Earbara Meier Remem
bers Immanuels Congre
gation in Will.
Two wills were probated yesterday
by Judge B. S. Bell. Under the terms
of the w ill of Mrs. Barbara Meier, the
Evangelical Lutheran Immanuels con
gregation is bequeathed $200 and the
former pastor. Rev. August Mennicke,
the sum of $100. The church is to
keep the lot of the deceased in the
Lutheran cemetery in good condition.
Two-thirds of the rest of the estate is
to go to the following relatives of her
late husband: Andrew Meier, Black
Hawk township: Lizzine Meier. Ban
croft, Iowa; Margaret Tanner, Milan;
Eiiiiabeth Bivins, Riverside, Iowa;
John Meier, Lone Tree, Iowa. This
provision was in accordance with an
agreement entered into with her late
husband years ago. The remaining
third is to go to parties with whom
she lived at the time of death. The
will was made October 17, 1907, with
Adolpli J. Riess and Henry Lange as
witnesses. Both W. F. Schroader and
William Sehaarmann declined to act
The will of Alfred Danielson of
Soutii Moline township was also pro
bated. The instrument was made
June 26. 1907, with G. A. Shallberg
and Charles Seaholm as witnesses. All
of the property is left to the wife,
Mrs. Caroline Danielson, and at hsr
death it is to be equally divided be
tween the children, Charles Danielson
and Amanda McKenna.
DETROIT SOOUT IS
AFTER SOX PITCHER
JeSSe James Barnes- one vof the
rra:nstays of the Davenport Blu
Hcse pitching staff, is slated for
faster company. A gum shoe artist
employed by the Detroit Tigers was
in the stand at Davenport this after
noon to look the range youngster over.
The scout was also present at yester
day's pastiming and expressed a wish
to see the Circleville bandit perform
in the second section of the double
header, but Boss O'Leary could not see
it thfit war. Rarnes has made a rood I
record this season, and his chances
are exceedingly bright.
Clark and Laura Corbin to Susan
Ann Sheppard. outlot 1, block 12, Sil
Max and Carrie Ct?ttenbauer, et al..
let 18. blcck 1. Bseccer & Walsh addi
tion, Rcclt IslaEd, $l.
DacJel J. Etean. et nx.. to Fred T.
Sucdquist, lot S, fclcci 1. J. B. Winter s
Ninth street addition. Reck Ieiacd, II,
juergen Henry Bratumer to Sam
Gurewitz, lot 1, Henry Krceger suh -
division, cutlot 1". section 3G. IS, 2w,
Rock Island, ?2.500.
Jules De Bruyne to Caleb Forsell,
lot 11, block 1. Island View Heights,
Rock Island, $450.
Frieda Jensen to Matilda C. Jensen,
lot 9. block 1, Weckel Place, Sout.h
Moline. $1. ,
Helen Hawkinson to Marguerite
Headland, lot 8,- William A. Nourse's
addition, Moline, $1.
Alex P. and Emma Pearson to Ella
D. Wehrend, part lot 5, Le Claire's Re
serve, township IS, lw, $1.
SCHOOL BOARD IN
Needed Equipment for New
Manual Arts Building
A special meeting of the school
board was held last evening at the
high school and business relative to i
the opening of the schools was trans-
acted. The board purchased the need- j
ea equipment iwi cue new manual aiis
building and discussed the repair work
that is being done on the various
school buildings in the city. The heat
ing committee was instructed to ad
vertise for bids to furnish coal for
the winter and the contract will be
awarded, to the lowest bidder at 'the
The matter of engaging teachers
was also discussed, but owing to the
absence of Superintendent Hayden,
. -J UJlJ,Ug .wo i tv ..111 .11
rado now, no action was tak
en. " The bond of C. F. Channon, the
new treasurer, was read and approved
by the board. Several other routine
matters were disposed of, but no busi
ness of great importance was trans
acted. FIRE STATIONS
Council Considers Giving Addi
tional Protection in Out
skirts of City.
That the city needs two additional
fire stations in the outskirts of the
city was the opinion expressed at the
informal meeting of the city council
yesterday. One is wanted in the vi
cinity of the Exposition grounds and
another on the hill in order that the
new territory recently annexed to the
city may have adequate protection.
The sentiment of the commission
seemed favorable to the motorization
of at least one of the new stations, al
though all of the stations will prob
ably eventually be properly equipped
with autos later on.
A prominent citizen in discussing
the matyr, said today: "There is no
question but that both of the new fire
stations ought to be motorized. The
construction of the buildings will de
pend largely upon the kind of equip
ment to be used. Motors will travel
faster and are much more satisfactory
than horses which are being rapidly
dropped in fire departments through
out the country. I hope it will not be
long before autos will be used entirely
in the city."
II PERSONAL POINTS t!
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Denkmann of
Reck Island are at the Hotel WolcoU,
Xew York City.
D. W. Wahlberg, 1219 Tourteenth-snd-a-half
street, has departed for
Kimball, Xeb., where he will engage in
Wilii3m Sehaarmann is back from
Wincna Lake, Ind., where he attended
the 19th annual meeting of the Indiana
Agents astcciation of the Ohio Farm
ers' Insurance company.
Miss Natalie Arnsteln arrived this
morning from St. Louis for a visit at
the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Mos
enfelder. Miss Dorothy Milius of St.
Louis, a sister of Mrs. Mosenfeluer, is
a:so her guest. Miss Arnsteia has re
cently won the state tennis champion
ship for wemen in Missouri.
THIEVES PILLAGE CEDAR
RAPIDS DENTAL OFFICES
Cedar Rapids dentist re tha latest
to be visited by the ganr; of thieves
which recently made a raid on offices
in Rock Island and Muscatine. In
Cedar Rapids more than $100 worth
cf gold was pecured, half a dozen of
fices being looted.
A BIG SUCCESS
Get Your Share of the Savings In the
M. & K. First Sale in New
With the better part of the season
still before you, the M. & K. are hold
ing a most tempting sale of underwear
for every summer need. This is in
deed a timely event not or.'y in ;h2t
Just the kind of underwear wanted far
present use Is offered ar rare reductions
but it also brings you the kind3 of un
derwear that many women wear aU
the year round at notable reductions
to be perfectly c'.ear you can supply
year present and future needs in
ladies' 25c underwear at 15c that
means the usual 35c quality elsewhers.
Likewise M. & K. 0c goods, others 75c
at 39c and similar reluctiotia on all
underwear. The wcraan r.ho knows
Kayser tilk underwear wiil appreciate
this sale. M. fc K. tare the wideEt
variety of styles end sizes' in KayEer
silk union suits, vests, knickerbockers
an3 bloomers. No-srhsre eice wiil you
find Euch underwear values as the M.
u a., are new giving la taeir new- un-
i denveardepararentforwoinEE. (Adv)
FOR MISSING MAN
Missouri Relatives Ask Authori
ties to Locate Willie
The aid of the local police force ha3
been enlisted in a search for William
Neal of Bigbee, Mo., who has been
missing from his home for some time
and was supposed to have come to
this city. Chief Brinn this morning
received the following communication
from the missing man's brother! same
"Rock Island Poles Dear Sears: I
will send a few lines asking you please
if you have seen a young felow around
that town By the name of Willie Neal
He left Moberly, Mo., about the 26
are 27 of June and went to Iway and
came from Iway to Rock island, ill.,
and I heard from Him He rote the
card the 4 day of July and send for me.
He has veary near yellotf- hear, large
bright blue eyes and a scar on his left
check and is a plesant looking man,
medom round face, very brisk and
strate He has gray pants and a gray
cap and yellcw tan shoes so if he is
t!'-ir a felov like thate plese let me
nc at once. I am afrade he is killed
s" r.e place his w ife Has left him and
the ones that seen him when he left
sead he was almost in sain so by that
I am afrade he has lost his mine or
got in trubel. He isent much of a
felow to rambel around and I havent
beard from him fo so long I Knew
there is something roung. If you here
of him lete me no at once. Send the
stamped enve''p rite back to me and
plese tell a-e it he is there. Yours
from Mr. Eddie Neal of Higbee, Mo.
Please anser soon."
Ice cream sociable on parsonage
lawn given by Young People's society
of the First Swedish Lutheran church.
Sociable on lawn at home of Mrs.
Eva Whiteside, 4006 Seventh avenue,
given by Ladies' Aid society of Spen
cer Memorial Methodist church.
Sociable given by Young People's
society of the German Evangelical
Dancing party given by Acacia club
under the auspices of Trio lodge No.
57, A. F. & A. M., at Black Hawk's
Watch Tower. x
Meeting of board of local improve
ments. Professor Otto's band at the Watch
Excursion of Retail Grocery clerks
on the G. W. Hill.
Company A leaves for Camp Lin
coln at Springfield. .
Buy a home, of Reidy Bros. ' -'
Fcr express, call William Trefz.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Independent Express Co. West 981.
Kerler Ru3 company for vacuum
cleaning and rug making.
Six per cent farm mortgages. Litten
& Roberts., People's Nations', bank
FIMWAI. OK WAI.TEH TI1UU,
The funeral cf alter Todd was
held this morning at 10 o'clock at the
Knox chapel. Interment was made in
SALE OF STUNNING
M. t K. Makes a Final Reduction on
All Mid-summer Hats Many Al
most Given Away.
Have you seen the bewitching mill!
nery styles at the M. & K.? If you've
had your eye on one of the stunning
Bernard or Knox hats wishing it were
yours and waiting for the price to
ccme down, now is jour chance. M
K. are offering all tnese exclusive
ideas for less than the cost of the
trimmii ss. Indeed it would pay you
to buy a hat just for tha trimmings,
besides you'd have the use of a smart
hat for the rest of the season. M. Ai
K. buyers are in the east looking for
the latest and the second season cf
new millinery department wiL be a
revelation to tri-city ladies who are
i:ood judges cf Dame Fashion, decrees.
Likewise it will prove as never before
there's no place like M. tfe K. for
FE0RIA JUDGES RESIGN
TO SFFK HIRHFR fiFFirF
Following tne resignation of Justice
John P. Hand of Carnbridga from the j
Illinois supreme court, Circuit Judge
Leslie D. Puterbangh resigned from !
the bench at Peoria to become a can-1
d'dats fcr the higher of.ee. Xow Pro-1
t.ts Judge A. M. Otman of Peoria !
county has also resigned to become a
can-lidate for Juice Puterbaush's
II LICENSED TO WED II
Emery A. West Mo.ine :
Mrs. Boris May V.'est Rock Island .
Murray Allen Newton, Ioa j
Miss Lena Parker Ciintcn, Iowa!
A COOL RIVER TRIP
On tLe steamer Helen Blair every
aunaay aiternoon, tnrcugn jwcune's
locVs, passing Campbell's Island and i
down over the raoids. Boat leaves
2.45 p. m. Returns 6 p. ni. 35 csnts.
CHANCE TO SEE
BIG FAIR FREE
R , - 4 j
San Francisco, July 24. Director of
Concessions Frank Burt of the Panama-Pacific
has announced that he will give a
prize for the suggestion of the best
title by which the concession area
shall be known in 1915. Here is an
opportunity for anyone who is de
sirous of seeing everything in the ex
position free of charge throughout the
year. The one who gives the most
appropritae and catching name for the
amusement concessions wiil be re
warded with a free pass through the
exposition, valid at any time or for all
time during the exposition period.
The entrance to the concessions
will bo built in the form of replicas
of the famous Gatun locks at the Pan
ama canal. From the entrance to the
western extremity of the concessions
district there will be a long street
along which 'will be depicted scenes
from the canal zone.
It is proposed to make this street
as attractive ana as tamous as tne
celebrated "Midway" of the Chicago
exposition and a name is required
that will be as memorable as that.
The installation of the concessions
will involve, Mr. Burt estimates, an
expenditure of between ten an3 twelve
million dollars. Some of the conces
sions will cost more than a quarter
of a million dollars to build. "The
Grand Canyon of Arizona" is now be
ing constructed by the Santa Fe rail
road at a cost of $350,000. It will cov
er an area of five acres.
MAN GIVES SELF UP
AT POLICE STATION
"I surrender," said a big, red-fae'ed
man as he walked into the police head
quarters this afternoon. "I want to
give myself up". "What have you
dene?" asked one of the officers in
awe stricken tones, with visions of a
murder or diamond robbery before his
"I worked in the harvest fields out
in Dakota," was the reply.
"Well that's pretty bad, but not
enough o warrant your arrest".-
"I am also drunk and am all in and
in need of a doctor".
The man gave his name as Eddie
Brown. He was placed in a cool cell
to sleep off his jag.
The steamer W. W. was at Rock Is
land this morning coaling and at 10
o'clock left for Muscatine with the St.
Joseph's society of Davenport. The
boat will return this eveniaf; and take
the Davenport .Moose for an excur
sion down the river.
The G. W. Hill will take the D iven-
port Retail Grocery clerks for their
annual excursion on the river this
The world's most successful medi
cine for bowel complaints is Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It has relieved more pain
and suffering, and saved more lives
than any other medicino in use. In
valuable for children and adults. Sold
by all druggists. (Adv.)
iir V. .".tlV. ...
"a - "iJ
ReIdmcp of Mr. John O'Xrll, 1 Z, Tv.ccllrtli xtrrrl, bratrd by kot
wstn unlni; an "Oar Own" liol:-r.
There are two vital factors In every sucecEsful business the goods
must be reliable they must live up to the guarantee.
The 18 years of steady growth behind this iirni is the Lest possible
evidence that the gocda v.ero reliable, the workmanship tho best aud
the guarantee meant what it said.
"Our Own" Boilers Best
It Is only common sense that a heating plant that reiponus quickly
burns the least fuel. , ,
Let us figure with you on your work. Our estimate costs you-notny
ing ard our prices will always be as they should be, qualitj; consid
ered, always the lowest.
Alien, Mvers & Company
FIGHT TO HAVE
Congressman Succeeds In Get
ting Aaron KosakowsM
Into the Country.
IS DETAINED AT HALIFAX
Secretary of Labor Wilon Reverse!
Rulings of Inquiry Boards
Local Man's Brother.
Aaron Kosakowski, who has been de
tained for -weeks at Halifax. N. S. is
after all. Mayor Harry M. Schriver
this morning received a telegram from
Congressman Clyde H. Tavenner at
Washington, D. C, stating that he had
succeeded In getting Secretary of La
bor Wilson to reverse the decision Ot
tha immigration boards at Halifax and
Congressman Tavenner secured a
remarkable victory in winning the
fight to have Kosakowski admitted to
this country. The alien is from Rub-
C.a n r. A XV On An V ! o Ti- o tA Vi a hnma
of his brother Morris Cohen of this .
city, a shoemaker residing at . 615
Ninth street. At Halifax, the immi
gration authorities detained him be
cause of his lack of funds and alleged
physical disability, it being claimed
that he was liable to become a publiu
ivTrnreTH rr ft
The brother here took the matter tip
with Mayor Schriver who at once in
terested Congressman Tavenner from
this district in the case. A special
board of inquiry considered the matter
at Halifax and declared the foreigner
should not enter. An appeal was taken
in ftitoHo. n-hora onnTio- hnai.it .tic.
tained the decision. Tavenner then
appealed the case to Secretary of tha
Department of Labor Wilson and sur
prised those watching the controversy,
by getting a reversal .of the former
rulings from the cabinet officer. The
decision came none to soon as Kosa-
1 l. : i . . t. j ..j . .
MiisT file nn.vn.
Under the terms of the decision, a
bond of $1,000 must be filed for Kosa
kowski to insure the government that
he will be properly taken care of.
Arrangements for this have been made
and it is expected that the foreigner
will be sent to his brother here at
once. The local man is anxious to
make a home for his brother and ap
preciates greatly the work of Con
gressman Tavenner and the kindly in
terest of Mayor Schiiver in their ef
forts to save the foreigner from de
portation. THE "BEST" FRIDAY
Another of the bargain Friday sales,
maria fnnmns tn ttifi tri-rftlAa hv
Young & McCombs, the largest
quality department store, is announc
ed1 in tonight's Argus.
Nearly all of the Young & McCombs'
73 departments are packed and
jammed with customers on Saturdays,
and if they had not conceived the
plan of offering special Inducements
to hundreds of their customers, to pay
them to anticipate their week-end
needs on Friday, it would, be almost
a physical impossibility for Young &
McCombs to serve the trade. Happily,
however, they have splendidly solved
that once very vexing problem by the
tpecial Friday sale, such as will occur
at their store tomorrow. (Adv.)
When the stomach fails to perform
its functions, the bowels become de
ranged, the liver and the kidneys con
gested, causing numerous diseases.
The stomach and liver must be restor
ed to a healthy condition and Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
can be depended upon to do it. Easy
to take and most effective. Sold by
all '" iggists. (Adv.)
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