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THE HOCK TSL AND ARGUS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1913.
JURY HAS HARD
Still Out in Case Against Tony
. DyLs, Charge i With Crime
NEW COLONIAL IS
A DREAM REALIZED
ASK FOR INFORMATION;
Metxn to Quash Indictment Against
G. P. Nister Bert Malcolm
Out on Parole.
The jury in
the Tony Dylit case
carre Into court '.his afternoon at 2:45 j
and announced their inability to reach 1
a verdict. Judge Olmsted dismissed 1
the p9nel. This mf ans the Russian
must stand trial again, j
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Whether Tony DyLs, a RusEisn liv
Ime in Moiine is guilty of a crime
acainrt eh lti. cn. is bothering the jury
in circuit court whicli heard the case
jfUfrday. The evidence in the suit
comple'ed yesterday afternoon
tiiortly after -1 o'clock, hut up to a late
hour this afternoon, no verdict had
Th Jury came Into court this mora
ine about 10 o'clock and asked for
fiirt'i'r infcrma'icn trom Judge R. W.
c: msted relative to an instruction
redeeming acsauit and btt.ry. Kvi-1 p(1
u --:my :rac o me juror xavorea I
iin'jine t;ip (Kirnaant gun y or a
lf ser offfiibe. Dylis whs indicted for
takiriK indecent liberies with TttJe
Handsome New Third Avenue;
Hostelry Is Formally Opened
to the Public.
Hon. L. S. McCabe.
In the completion of the new Colon
! hotel at Third avenue and Eigh
teenth street, its promoter and builde
Hon. L. S. McCabe. has brouzht to
realisation the dream of his life to
With music 'and flowers, with lob-'
bies thronged, with tie praise of a;
much pleased public sounding In the ; '
ears of Builder L. S. McCabe and Man-1
ager G. H. Reece, the handsome new j
Colonial hotel wag formally -.given !
over to the traveling public last even- j
ing. The hotel which was described j
in de'.ail in The Argus of last Satur-:
day, and which In its completed state,
Independent of the rurnishings. repre- j
sents an investment of f 130,000 is the i
r-Iization of a Hfe dream on the part j
of Hon. L. S. MoCabe to give to the !
city in which he prospered as a lead-
ing business man, a hotel of modern i
conveniences and comforts such as !
wculd be a credit to the city. And 1
wmie in its novel architectural de
sign the hostelry' 's ail that its name
'mpiieg outside pnd in, it is up-to-date
in all tha- interests and concerns the'
traveling public, j
Hundreds of people of Rock Island,
Moiine and Davenport visited and In
fpec'ed the Third avenue hote; dur-1
ing the afternoon and evening, and
200 availed themselves -of the oppor-!
lunity to partake of the special table
give to Rock Island a Third avenue d hote dinner which was served in j
the cafe last night. The proprietors
and manager of other hotels in the
three cities indicated their good will :
hostelry that would be a credit to the
that Ni.Hf.--n attached his notorial j by their presence. Flowers about the !
ler of .Mr. and .Mrs. Ch?rkF Kritm-s-'e'n,
Molin". K. I.. Ktgle defended
rnd Frame's Attorney F. K. Thompson
prosecuted the case.
Yesterday afternccn. B"rt Malcolm,
ind cted on a charge of nesauit with
' to niitracr. piead ?.u ty to as- j
i.aitlt with a d":dly weapen auJ was !
tlir rfupen paroled for six
fal to aflidav-ts connected with reca'l
i i.e'.itions against Mavor Harrv M.
! Phriver, w hich had not b?en properly
signed and sworn to. The court took
ae matter under advisement.
The criminal liusinets for the pres
ent term is abc.it corciuded with th" j
.-x'rD'fcii cf tiip Bruner cases. Judsc i
Olniftrd vpsterdav afternoon dis- ! Coulton
desk and in the parlor lent beauty and
irarrance to the occasion. Tiie Mun-
ger Indies' orchestra, which is to be j
a regular evening feature fr-jrn 6 until j
midnight, discoursed at'ractive music
from the balcony overlooking the
cafe. This orchestra is composed of I
Mis? Haze". Mungor, cello; Mrs. Ethel j
Wade Birnbaum, violinist, and Miss :
landing gc.jil behavior. The Kent-?ncc I
pip.nist. and the special j
' Ptissod the present panel, with the x-1 111 program oi uie aea.eaiory oc-.
icept'on of those hearing fiie nylU j casion was as fo110 s: I
case. The recon.I pnnel wil; report j PART I.
October 6. This morr.inir members of i March The Uttle Pierro's BosC
montlii j tht, bgr mp. .jth juj;.e Olmsted and ! Waltz Sympathy (The Flyfly) Friml
ltierrly was suspended and should hir. !
'.duct not be satisfac tory, he
arranged fer tile trial of chancery i Selection Pretty Utile Widow.
and civil suits njxt week, which do
''au : iiot require a jury.
to quash thr Brtitter indictment.
in- orougut into court, a: any tim and
fnrreri to tere out his time. He has
. .u u,v Ja., ,r IlVr mourn? , VU, take v the mafer of the motion
..i,. im icure Ma:es At ornev j honii:- t
fon rcfommcnded leniency. He wa:;
ne cf the prisoners in tiie county jiil
v ho esfjpcd d-iring the delivery en
Kinvered by Clyde Stralton.
MOTION II) ('ll.
This niorniug a motion to quash
Mm indictment against G.-orge P.
Xissrn. former justice of the peae,
hnrp,-d with lmdulent, a'-ka-jwledge-:nf-nt,
wan m;ide by Harry M. MeCa
kr:n, the defendant's attorney. The
'ndi.-tmeiit was rett rned when U. M.
Mag II was state's attorney. It. charg-
The Swan Saint Saens?
j Judpe E. C. Graves of Gcneseo nr-1 The Turkish ratrol Muhaelis ;
! rived in the c'ty this afternoon and j Waltz II Bacio L'Arditil
SelPc"ion from Kiss Waltz ....Lcmtej
Nocturne Op. !) Chopin'
TWO MORE TO GO
Dillon and Ohutski Will Be Tak
en- to joliet Tomorrow
VTien you are ready to
invest $15.00 for a euit or
overcoat, look all around,
see what others show, then
call on us.
We are specializing
$15.00 suits and over
coats this Fall.
See our boys' $5.00 and
$5.50 suits with two pairs
When we sell you a
boys' suit we don't charge
you for a lot of playthings.
We give you your
money's worth in the
goods, for you can buy the
playthings an,7 old time,
for less than you are
charged for when buying a
Tbe next time you buy a
boy's suit just "compare
Harrison Dillon, charged with burg
lary and larceny and Jo'.in OhuiEki,
rebbery, will be takn tomorrow
morning to Joiiot to begin their sen
tences at. the r'ate penitentiary. Wha
Dillon arrives behind the cold gray
walls of t!te penal institution, ther"
will probably be some reunion of
Clyde S'ratton and his pa's.
Of he party which made the escape
frcm the county jail all but Malcolm
will be in the penitentiary. Stratton,
Kleinau, Dillon and Malcolm ail were
Implicated in the delivery and a"l but
the latter have 'been convicted and
sent to prison for long terms.
My Beautiful Lady (Pink Lady)..
The case of Frank Welcome (col
ored t, charged with attempting to
bribe a witness, was this morning con
tinued until Oct. 4.
Juan Castro paid $1 and costs for
La Paioma (Serenade) Yradier
Spring Song .Mendelssohn
Selection from Babes in ToylanJ..
Waltz Folle Extase Milok
Hungarian Dances V and 11.. Brahms
Fore'ey (Paraphrase) NesvadM
Amaranthus (Novelette) ' Gilder
elect'on The Tik Tok Man of Oz.
Gavotte from Mignon ...Thomas
Following is the menu of the o?en-
I ing dinner:
White Plume Celery
Cream of Fres'.i Tomatoes
Stuffed Olives Radishes
Eaked Red Snapper, Spanish Sauce
Saltei Almonds Mixed Pick'es
Boiled" Philadelphia Capon, Egg Sauce
Totatoes in Cream
Calves Sweetbreads, a la King
Lo'bster in Cases, a la Hoffman
Pineapple Fritters, Glace, Port Roy a)
Sweet Potatoes, Prince Albert
Cortr cn Cob
Roast Spring Chicken Stuffed,
Roast Tenderloin of Beef,
Mashed Potatoes Green Peas
Here's an Opportunity
For Far-sighted Men
this fall have attained a distinction
never before approached by ready
made clothes. Added to their
well known workmanship and
sturdiness of fabric they offer a range of
styles, a galaxy of designs never before
shown in our city.
See these suits if you value your appear
ance. Prices $20 to $35
Sweaters Manhattan and
The largest line in the Emery ShirtS
city for men, women and Ncw fall light and
boys. All styles. dark colo. Pfice, $1 to $3t50
BOYS! AND CHILDREN'S SUITS
A large line of blue serge and fancy mixtures. Good strong
achool suits. See them. Football Free
Vassar Union Suits. Superior to all others.
YOU KNOW US
THE FASHION LEADERS
T' M. C. Rice, Prop.
1704 Fiffh s'reet interment wiK.be
made in Chipp'annock cemetery.
Fl'NF.RU, OF WILLIAM SI RK.
The fmoral of William Surr... Sr.,
will be held Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock at the residence, corner Eigh
teneth avenue and Ninth street. In
terment will b? made in Chippiamiock
IS FOUND IMPURE
River Supply in City Far Su
perior Analysis Made by
CHILD IS HER BOK
A government analysis of Rock Is
land drinking water made by W. C.
Langfitt, lieutenant colonel, corps of
engineers, Washington, D. C, from
, samples submitted to the department
by Major Charles Keller of this city,
! Rreen AtiD'e Pie Lemon Merineue Pie : shows that the Mississippi water is
I Timb2ls of Rice Custard 'far superior to that of a local artesian
The rase against 14-year-old Horace 1 vanilla Ice Cream Assorted Cake! well. .
Wilson, charced with stealing a bushel iced Watermelon ! Major Keller sent samples of both
of pears, which was up for preliminary ' Roouefort. Neufchattle or Club Cheese j waters to Washington several days
i v. - v m
rearing in pol.ee court tuis morning,!
wag not heard. The mafer will be j
taken up in the county court in all i
Saltines or Water Crackers
Coffee Tea Milk
A. D. Mints
ARREST MOLINE MAN
FOR LEAVING WIFE
Harry Xccly, wanted for breaking
into the home of Oscar Grumstrom at
TaykT Ridc last Friday, and captured
yestrrday at Muscarine, was brought: p Peterson, residing at
tn this city today and arraigned in ; seventh avenue. Moiine. was arrested
Justice Maucker s court. His case j -hig mo-ning by a deouty from tje
ns continued for 10 days. i sheriff's office charged with . wife
j abandonment. He is in the county
?" i jai; awaiting trial in county court.
ago, and this morning received a com-
j plete report. In the course cf same
j the report states that city water from
i the Mississippi river appears to be
i fomewhat hard, but is of good quality.
I The water from the arteiiian well ap
pears to be polluted and is very hard.
.The government expert further advises
15X0 j that if the artesian w ater is used it
stiouiu De Douea. r ouowuig is tne
In parts per million
Earl J. Schachtner ......
Mies Florence A. Creed ...
i TOM CLARK IS AGAIN
MKS. A POOU
Mrs. Anna Pool, who had resided
ill her life in
Free ammonia. .
well. (Miss. River)
Rock Island, passed Chlorine
soon as the roads were open he would
return with the boy. That was the
last I ever heard of Walters and
Bruce until I got a telegram the fol
lowing April from newspaper men
and attorneys in New Orleans, saying
they had found my little boy and ask
ing that I come to New Orleans and
identify him. They forwarded me a
"I left on the first train and was
met at Montgomery, A'.a., by Paul
Thompson, owner of the New Orleans
Item. When we arrived at New Or
leans they took me to the home of
a Mrs. Bilbo, where Bruce was stay
ing. "The first I saw of the boy was
when he ran out of the door to Join
the other little fellow in the yard. I
called him by his name and he turned
and recognized me and ran forward to
meet me; but they would not let me
"Later there was a preliminary
hearing for Walters. The little boy
was there. He tried to come to me
then, too, but again he was restrained.
And then they gave him to the Dun
bars, who took him on to Opelousa.
They took me to Opelousa, too. There
was another fight then to get my baby.
But they gave him to the Dunbars
again. The Dunbars tried to buy me
off. They offered me money to drop
all court proceedings and let them
have my baby boy. I wouldn't hear
"In the meantime Walters has been
in jail at Columbia. There have al
ready been four preliminary bearings,
habeas corpus proceedings, I think
they call them, which resulted in two
judges deciding in favor of me and
him and in two deciding in favor of
the Dunbars. Walters' lawyers sent
for me this time.
"Of course I am mad with Walters
for kidnaping my baby. But he didn't
do it because he wanted any money.
He is a peddler. He's awfully lone
some on the road. He really loved my
little Bruce. He took him for com
pany. And be treated the boy good,
"My Bruce certainly Is not Robert
Dunbar. I believe the man who had
Walters arrested knew it, too. There
is a striking resemblance. I think he
did it for the reward money."
Not a minute shouic be lost when a
child shows symptoms of croup.
Ch?mberlain's Cough Remedy given
as soon as the child becomes hoarse,
or even after the croupy cough ap
pears, will prevent the attack. PoltJ
by all druggists. (Adv.)
Savannah Ga., Sept. 26. Mrs. Julia
Anderson of Barnesville, S. C-, who
claims to be the mother of the littla
boy now held as Robert, son of Mr.
end Mrs. C. P. Dunbar of Opelousa,
I.a., whose -kidnaping anl subsequent
recovery made columns cf news at tha
t'me, has been found in a destitute
condition in this city. She is trying ;
to get to Columbia, Miss., to be pre-:
ent at the trial in December of W. C. '
Welters, held there on the kidnaping
According to the woman, Walters,
who is a peddler, kidnaped her little
boy, Bruce Anderson, at Barnesville
in February, 1H12, seven months b
MANAGER AT GATELY'S awaj last evening at 9:50 o'clock at (Bacteria per cc 300
the home of her brother, Foster Coli present in 10 and
Former Manager Now Takes Charge Coyne. 320 Eighth street. She had j tesian waur. but none
cf Store Checked in been ill for a year witn nearx irouoie. .cuj water.
I Deceased, whose maiden name was
1 cc. in ar
The many friends of T
formerly manager of the John Ga'.ely
store on Twen'.'elh s'reet. will b
plcisrd :o learn that he has again
;Mis nna Covne. was born in Rock j " ) from the home cf his parents t
v nark i island, July 2,'lS65. She was united j PERSONAL POINTS Au 23 m2- Tn
. w. viars. ,.n marria!,e to William Kramer, whoi j takf u from Wafers and identi
died in May of 1899. In March. 1902, ( John M. Hawes has gone to Chicago
she was married to r. H. t ooi. "Ot0 enter iAke Forea university.
survives.. Three brothers are living,)
the management cf ; AIfred. "poster and George Coyne, all
nay ana unaer n:s carerui manage-, Funeral services will be held Sun-
ment tne s-cre ia again conunue da Bfternocn at 3:30 at the home
store. Mr. C'.ark took charge yester-) thlg fitv
lay and under h's careful manage-! i-,,r!,i "-l
show a steady growth.
Miss Nina Mutiger left this morning
for Ottumwa, Iowa, to visit her broth
er Guy Munger.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hazard left last
n t fifi i
.M.auu i ... . . ,!-,. j .,.,.!
111 000 "fll''B 10 LUAICU Vtlllij
... i iiinnanins. ine enna now in noasps-
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ston or the uunoars is claimed by Mrs.
Anderson. Mrs. Anderson proposes
to join forces with Walters in bis fight
Little Robert, Dunbar disappeared
from the home cf his parents at Ope-
Robert Dunbar is really ' her boy
Bruce. Mrs. Andersen declares. She !
does not attempt, to explain the great j
resemblance between the two children, i
"My little boy, Bruce, disappeared j!
about reiru2ry l, last year, sue says.
At the time I was caring for the
Notice to Coal Dealers.
Lf vtr rrn. tr.t.rmpnt will he fvn,3K for Modtstc. StanisUus tcuntv-. ,.,.;. m -
;made in Chippianoock cemetery. Rt. i v - - lIielr aome
- nr s fniif rr n -.h
Sealed proposals for furnishing coal j W- Reed Lave charpe of the
Ul THE CLOTHfeR JL
for the- Rock Island Y. M. C. A. for j "erm..
the season will be received at the
secretary's office until Friday. Oct. 3,
1033. Proposal on lump, nut. slacit
and ir.fne run (Adv.)
Con't waste your money buytzg plan
ters when you can ret a bottle of
r-HAKl.E i rolls. j ChamberlrJ'-'s Liniment for 25 cents.
The remains of Charles U Rous A pie-e ct flannel oampened with this
1 - - W . -
i reacnea me cuy icaay rrom lob An-.nimect Is superior to any plaster
I :eles. Cal. Funeral services will be 1 for lami back, cams in the Ri.i an
All the Lews all tnc time Th?'fhe!d Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock ! -best, and much cLeaaer. Sold by kli
ArgB. J at the home of Mrs. Frances Kolls, drusists. (Adv.)
Walters, at Barnesville. ' He was at 55
some ai ;ne ume ana ne xooic a great
fancy to my little bey. The little fel
low seemed to love Wallers too be-)
cause the man was good to him. One
day Walters took Bruce to the home
of his sister at Bayboro. - There came
a havy snowstorm, which bound up
all the roads. Walters telephoned to
me. and tien wrcte, saying that as
We save you money both coming and going. We sell
you footwear 50c to $1.50 less per pair than you pay
elsewhere and we sell you better shoe3 for the same
money than you have been getting.
It Will Pay You to Investigate