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THF. ROCK TStiAXD ARGUS.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3,
r CALENDAR FIXED
I FOR CASES NEXT
IS TO GIVE CLQSING
LECTURE ON BIBLE
WEEK IN COURT
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Judge E. W. Olmsted and Mem
bers of Bar Arrange Docket
-- for Civil Actions.
GRAND JURY ON MONDAY
Secret Body Will Reconvene at
that Time Second Petit
Panel Will Also Report
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The members of the Rock Iiland
I county bar met this morning with,
Judge R. W. Olmsted In circuit court.
V flt tt-hliili Km. i.l.l 1 .1 .
-.v.u . lrl, niruuir ior uM Pastor Danle, Toc,le of New York
5 .7. rranRea- "n,y "'"inty will give-the last lecture of th
3 r Vtk heard' ,SU Attora-'!l. R S. A", ries Sunday mornirig.at
r F. E. Thompson will be busy with thej10-.3O ocloek at tne Empire tnealre.
' V, 1Ury Whtth W 1 rwonvene next Considerable interest . has been mani-
2 "" ooau,y l'e ,n ",fln lur fested in this series of unsectarian bl-
J b'.e lectures. The subjects have been
attractive and the speakers able men.
t most of the week
f AHRi(,E DOIKKT.
I Not only will the grand Jury meet on
t Monday, but the second petit Jury
j panel for this term will also convene
' on the name day. The docket arrang
j ed for the week follows:
) . MONDAY.
1 Murray Machinery company vs. Rock
2 Inland Dally News, appeal by plain
l tiff; Loils H. Nigard vs. John D. Cady.
jj case; First National Hank of Iowa
I City vs. J. p. I.te. aBumpnit; J. J.
Johnson vs. J. G. White Construction
rcmpany, et a I., case; Frieda Veriest Ml
vs. Harper House company, appeal by i
' F. A. I.elther . Frank Bleupr. ap
5 I'al by defendant ; Olcf PanKo vf. ah-
test F. Schmid, appeal by defendant;
The subject of the closing lecture la:
"To Salvations, but No Second
Chance." Many are commenting on
the "Second Chance" theory, some
claiming that those who live wickedly .
here will get another chnce hereafter t
while others think that, only one I
chance w-;il be afforded to anyojie. This
Is said to te the most interesting lec
ture cf the serits.
Myron Jordan vs. James Donahue, ap-
peal by dtfendatif; Charles M. Smitl:
vs. V. H. Dum'wck. appeal by defend
ilant; Myron Jordan vs. James Don
ahue, appeal by defendant: Charles
M. Smith, et al vs. V. II. Dumbeck. j
appeal by defendant; Wood Brothers ;
vs. A. K. Morton, appeal by defendan
With .a . view of placing tennis at
Ausustana on" a better footing, an as
sociation was organir;?d at a muss
meeting of tennis enthusiasts in the
college gym Wednesday. The organi
sation will , be knon as the Augus-
tana Tennis assotiation. and is com
posed of the players of nearly a douen
clubs. The officers ejected are:
Kresident Carl Iarson.
Vice President E. E. Ryden.
Secretary Arthur Larbon.
Treasirer C. E. Engdahl.
I TIim iliiTt of the aKKonntlnn ir tn
1.- I I ... i m i "
, i ., nyyeai uy oeienaani. , takp 0Vpr courlrt 0f tiie various
f WEDNESDAY. ! ciiibs, put them In Cr6t class con-
, Ella Frayman vs. Clara M. Graves. . di,0U and pla(e ,llPra at tne dispos
I appeal by defendant: Can.iel De Cie-1 al of aM tennis player8 of thP tnstitu-
"iK v- Alb"rt Afjuith. appeal by de-;,u,n Tpnnil5 u fast Krowing in rapu.
f fendatit; J. A. Botnan vs. Cora "Reed. Iarity at the loca, coiiege, and Home
tieorie M Criulrl ox v m Pmil ln.lt-e
appeal by defendant; T. W. C. H
!" Sheridan & Company vs. T. I. Stanley,
appeal by defendant; A. N. Freyer vs.
II. Alter, appeal by defendant: Bridget
Welch vs. New Harper Hotel company,
a ' imi itb t,nn-n n. nai iri , I U 11
f Ktrom, tase; W. A. Smith vs. German,
National Insurance company, appeal
I by defendant; George Lemon vs. W. C.
Maucker. appeal by defendant; Mary
Gellman r. M. A. Gellman. appeal by
I defendant; John C. .Mem vs. John ii.
Gordon, appeal by defendant; Village
I of Coal Valley vs. John Baraks, appeal
. tc defendant.
Oscar Bauwvens and Theophiel
; Claey vs. Marlce Goethals, assumpsit;
Charles L. Johnson vs. Henry P. Pear
; son, et ul t ca: Elinor Andresen vs
3 Deere Company, case: Sadie Ben-
der. adminlbtratrix of estate of John
Jonlah A. Render, deceased, vs. C. R.
I. Si P. Railway company, case; Katie
Peterson v. Mary Onbar. covenant.
It Is In lime of sudden mishap or
itccldent that Chamberlain's Liniment
r can be relied upon to take the place
3 of the family doctor, who cannot al-
ways be found at the moment. Then
t It U that Chamberlain Liniment is
? never found wanting. In cases of
4 rpralns. cut a. wounds and bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the
- soreness and drives away the pain.
3 Sold hy all druggist-(AdV.)
excellent players are being developed.
The association decided to stage a
tournament for singles and doubles
during the fall season.
Much interest will be manifested
in all branches of athletics at Augus-
tana college this fall as the result of
a mass meeting of all athletes of the
institution Wednesday. Under the. su
pervision of Physical Director Conrad,
the athletes, of the college will be
divided into two teams gold and blue
which will contest for superiority
in all sports until Cluistmas. Harold
Knstan was elected captain of the gold
team, while Julius Johnson, will lead
the blues. Both are experienced track
men. . Points will be awarded to ail
players who win honors in gymnasium
work, tennis, soccer football, basket
ball, bas.'ball, cross coutry running or
track. The highest number of points
a player can w in" in a single event is
1C. The points won by Individual
players r ill be credited to the team
of which he is a member, and the
team having the largest number of
points at Christmas will be declared
Coal Bids Wanted.
Bids for furnishing lump coal for the
Rock Island public library from Oct.
15. 1913. to Oct. 13.19H. will be re-
jceived on or before Oct. 6. 1913, at 6
p. m. Address bids to the board of
We Fail to See
How Any Man
i spent can resist
siioe values we are
Values that arc without question the hest ever.
Prices that were never lower.
Ladies' shoes in tan, velvet, dull leather, pat
ent colt and v'ci kid, built on the newest lasts,
in all sizes for Jj.ooand $245.
Men's shoes in button or blucher, in tan, gun
metal calf, vici kid and patent colt, built on the
newest lasts for $3.30 down to $2.45. v
How can you stay away from such value giv
ing? Come and investigate. . t
An Unusual Special
1 Tust one hundred ladies' trimmed hats in a
variety of newest shapes of the season,
small and medium' sizes in velvet and the
popular plush and velours.
Colors black, brown, taupe and navy,
trimmed in fancy ostrich bands and stick
ups, fancy - wings and ribbon effects.
Regular values $4-95 to $&95.
Fridav and Saturdav TJA7-J
Specials in Hand Em
Made of beautiful pearl white lawn cloth
and hand embroidery yokes and sleeves
with substantial lace trimmings full regular
made and very specially priced.
Regular $1.50 and $2.00 values 98c
Regular $2.50 values $1.50
Regular $3.50 values $225
Regular $3.75 values $2.75
Regular $5.00 values $3.95
Regular $6.50 values $4,95
V ery Special Specials in Our
Ladies' Goat and Suit Department for
Friday and Saturday Only
Unusual for this time of year, but through a hit of
fortunate buying we can offer end of season bargains
right at the start you cant afford to overlook these
These wonderful Suits are made from
strictly all wool and pure worsted fabrics in
the new half-round Bedfords, mannish
serges and self Diagonals lined with guar
anteed lining shielded and pocketed. Coats
are plain tailored, some with overlapping
seams, the very latest regulation length.
The skirts are handsomely draped, some
with the individual cluster drape, colors,
navy, black and taupe.
$20 Suits $13.75
$22 Suits $14.95
$25 Suits $18.50
A recent lucky purchase enables us to
place on sale Coats of chinchilla, black
and white diagonals, plaid back goods
and bouclc ' effects, . in navy, brown,
medium and light gray and novelty
$16.50 Coats for $12.50
$19.95 Coats for $14.95
$22.50 Coats for $18.00
School, Girls Coats
Ages 4 to 1 2 years.
Substantial mixture Coats that button
high at the neck, the rough and ready
kind. $15.00 values $7.50
$12.50 values . .' $6.25
$10.00 values $5.00
$7.50 values ......... $3.75
j Head to-foat Outfitters
ijor Man.Woman & Child;
Table full of medium and heavy
weight sweaters in navy, white and
gray, all wool effects for Friday and
$2.95 Sweaters now . . ,$1.50
$4.00 Sweaters now . . .$2.95
$7.50 Sweaters now . . .$5.50
CITY WILL HANDLE
ITS OWN GARBAGE
Total '. ...$197.88
Harper House Block Rock Island, Illt
Chicago Council Ignores Offer
of Reduction Company for
Chicago, Oct. I. lsnortn OTerturea
made by the Chicago Reduction com-
! pany to continue handling the city gar
j bage tor 10 days more, the city coun
cil has passed an oraiuance
authorizing the purchase of a site on
the north branch of tiie river for the
treatment of garbage chemically as a
An appropriation of $150,000 for the
land and one of $75,000 for the opera
tion of the plant until Jan. 1, were
provided in the ordinance which s
passed by a vote of 51 to 14.
The site la located near North
Western avenue and Irving Park
i boulevard, and la the-same on which
the city some time ago obtained an
option for the building of an Incinera
tion plant The site Is now largely
a clay hole, and when the temporary
method of disposing of the garbage is
! abandoned, the mayor pointed oat, the
land can be "used for a small park.
It Is now being used as a dump for
Alderman Merriam led the opposi
tion to the ordinance and advocated
, the seizure by the city of the plant
lot the Chicago Reduction company,
j In explaining his rote be charged the
' mayor with lack of bacfDone and of-
iered to make the motion to selae the! Eugene Field ; 30.97; Denver Fees to the government e
plant and hare the mayor leave theGrnt- L 14.09 'mated at $1,000,000 to $2,000,000 in
city while the police took forcible pos-' Hawthorne . 32.8$' the next ten. years are lnrolvcd In the'
session. t Horace Mann i.. ........ 22.05 case of the United States against th
ine mayor repaed Uiat it was easy i lrrtng. H ............ 1 21.26- L-an Power and I-lght company, a
;to taJk about backbone w hen the alder- j Kimble. . .. . I 20.00; $40,000,000 merger, argumen: of which
?.20j was begun before the United States!
that the occasion gave the alderman J Longfellow 28.48
from the Seventh ward an opportunity I
to do a little "four-flushing."
Most of the other aldermen who
voted against the ordinance did so
because they opposed the location of
a garbage dump in their section of
the city and wanted the mayor to re
open negotiations with the Chicago
During the discussion it was explain
ed that two attorneys for the garbage
company appeared at a meeting . of
the finance committee in the mayor's
office In the afternoon and offered to
accept the city'fa garbage for 10 days
until another method of disposal could
be found. The mayor requested the
attorneys to make their proposition in
writing, but they asserted they did
not have the authority to do so.
In view of experience with the com
pany several of the aldermen declared
the proposition was not made in good
faith and that the best way to bring
the company to time was to pass the
ordinance and show that the city could
handle its garbage independent of pri
In spite of the council's action, the
belief of many of the aldermen is that
the Chicago Reduction company will
change its attitude in a short time and
offer to sell its plant on reasonable
Oysters at Schroeder's.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
- For express, call William Trefa.
- Trl-City Towel Supply company.
Independent Express Co. West 981.
Plenty of fresh dressed chicken at
Special prices on all kinds of meat
cuts at Schroede'r's.
The great meat sale has now start
ed at Schroeder Bros.'
Six per cent farm mortgages. Lltten
ft Robert. People's Nations . bank
circuit court of appeals. The power In constructing a flume and reservoir
corporation is charged with trespass 1 in the Cache national forest.
Hawthorne Still Leads.
The Hawthorne .school still holds
first place In the school savings col
lection, while Eugene Field takes sec
ond honors. The deposits as collected
by the State Back of Rock Island to-
Audubon ...$ 6.09
IS GIVEN HIGH HONOR
John Joers, city plumbing inspector,!
yesterday received notification that
he had been honored with a place on
the research committee of the Amer
ican Society of Plumbing and Sanitary
Engineers. The letter came from L. J.
Lawler of Pittsburgh, Pa., secretary of
the organization. '
Removal Notice. j
Professor' S. T. Bowlby's music !
studio is now located at the Cable
Music House, second floor, and he can j
be found thre on Fridays and Sat
urdays each week. Phone Rock Is
land 1655. (Adv.)
CHOCOLATE Genuine Baker's, a
25c cake for only 15c
(One cake to a customer.)
COCOA "Hershey's" Pure Cocoa,
a 25c can, special at 18c
CRANBERRIES Very fine flavor,
fresh barrel, per quart 10c
SOAP "Ivory" Toilet. Soap, six
bars for .25c
POTATOES Reft Rd River Early
Ohio, cook up dry and mealy,
(15 pounds to the peck.)
GREEN BEANS Fresh, tender
and no strings, per pound only 15c
SPINACH Extra fancy, fresh
picked, per pound ..' 12!2c
CELERY Well bleached, crisp
Michigan celery, 3 stalks 10c
CQFFEE A good blend of Coffee
with real good flavor, pound ,.23c
PANCAKE FLOUR New Kools,
UAT MEAL Quaker, also new,
PEAS 1913 canning, very tender
ind sweet, sifted Early June,
BAKED BEANS "Yours Truly"
brand, with torn aloe sauce, large
SAUSAGE "Jones' Dairy Farm"
pure home made pork sausage,
WALNUT MEAT Fine, large
halves. Select "Bordeaux" nut
meat, pound 45c
Olives, per pint 30c
OLIVES Extra mammoth Queen
GRAPES California Tokay, large
bunches of delicloui fruit, lb ..15c
HEAD LETTUCE Solid, well
bleached, good slued heads ...15c
CAULIFLOWER Choice quality,
but scarce, per head 20c and 2Se
GRAPE FRUIT We expect a ship
ment of extra fancy Florida Grape
Fruit by Saturday morning.
"The Ciean Store"
515 17th St.
The best place in Rock Island to buy your groceries-
V Two Phones, R. I. 12 and 59.