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HIE ROCK 'ISLAND ARGUS. FRTDA",
, J.UXE 5, iou:
FOR LOCATION OF
.Vacating of Water Street by
City Is Thought Legal With
;; out Vote of People.
TWO MATTERS IN THE WAY
Question cf Purchase of Land and of
Solid Foundation Only Problems
Which Confront Officers.
Chances that the Illinois O'.l com-
Jiany would locate Its proposed new
; $100,000 oil can factory at the lower
tend of town, seemed brighter than
. ever today and now but two questions
face the officers. If these are disposed
.of without a great expense the new
'industry will be located in Rock Is-
Yesterday afternoon Mayor Schrl
ver. Commissioner Archie Hart and
City Engineer Wallace Trlechler vis
" Jted the site. Water street which was
asked to be vacate! by the city of
ficials of the company, was inspected,
and It was thought the commission
ers that the street could be replatted.
An attorney for the oil company this
afternoon U looking up the legality of
the move and If he finds that It can be
accomplished in conformance to the
la- and without a vote of the people,
it is more than likely that the city
commissioners will vote to give the
use of the street over to the company
for Its new factory.
However, there are still two matters
which will need be attended to after
the city does its share. A soli'l foun
dation for the structure Is needed and
engineers will go over theground to
morrow to see If the land, is fitted for
The matter of securing the property
from the Denkmann estate must also
be attended to. but it Is thought that
this will in no manner stand In
the way of the location of tne com
pany here. It is understood that a very
good proposition has been offered the
Anxious to Locate Here.
The company is anxious to locate in
Rock Island and Is willing to speid
$10,000 for a site here, in preference to
locating in Davenport where a free lo
cation is offered it.
As the plant will employ 100 me
chanics and will be a huge strurturp,
it is desired to retain the factory in
the city if pqsslble.
The cigar factories of New York
employ nearly twice as many women'
as men. i
BREAKS AUTO ACT
AND IS ARRESTED
Driver for 0. Q. D. Express
Company, Davenport, Has
IS HELD ON TWO CHARGES
State Officer Has Names of Parties
Who Have Failed to Secure 1914
Licenses and Will Prosecute.
until tonight on account of the in
clement weather. The officers desire
a large attendance this evening as mat
ters of upmost importance will come
before the gathering for consideration.
1Mb man is
The Medical Advieer by
Ii. V. Pierce, M. IK, Buf
falo, K. Y. answers hosts
cf delicate question
about which every man
or woman, single or mar
ried ought ttjlcnnic. Sent
free on receipt of St one
cent stamps to pay for
wrapping and ynailing.
LET the preatest athlete have dyspepsia and his
strength will soon fail. One'a stamina force
fullness and strength of mind or muscle
depend upon the blood, and the blood in turn,
requires a healthy stomach, for the stomach is the
laboratory where the food is digested and such ele
ments are taken up or assimilated which makm
blood. In consequence all the organs of the body,
such as heart, lungs, liver and kidneys, as well as
the nervous system, feel the bad effect if the stom
ach is deranged.
Dr. Pierce's Golden
helps the stomach to digest food properly, starts the
liver into new activity, removing the poisons from the
blood, and the various organs pet rich, red blood, ia
rtead of being illy nourished. The refreshing influence
of this extract of native medicinal plants has been
favorably known for over 40 years. Everywhere
some neighbor can tell you of the good it has dona.
Sold br U anedlclne dealers lis. aid or tablet forms
r send SO one-cent stamps to Dr. Pleree. Invalids
Hotel, Buffalo, and a trial box will bo aaalled yea.
William R. Dillon, chief chauffeur ex
aminer for the state of Illinois, and
his assistant, Frank Stanton, are tak
ing drastic measures to force the car
owners and drivers In this city to live
un to the automobile laws of the
state. This afternoon, a man who
gave his name as Everett, was picked
up by Officer Furlong for driving a
car without a license number. The
truck he was driving is the property!
of the C. Q. T. Express company of
Davenport. Two charges were press
ed against him, one for violating sec
tion 2 of the automobile law, as he
was not a licensed' chauffeur, and the
other for violating section 13 of the
automobile law, for driving a car with
out a license. He was released on a
cash bond of $25 and his trial comes
up tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Stanton ordered his arrest.
Have a List.
The two state officers have secured
a list of names of those who have
failed to live up to the state laws, and
Mr. Dillon stated this moraing that he
is making preparations to arrest every
one of them, and prosecute them if
licenses are not secured immediately.
Mr. Dillon has also notified a certain
business concern in this'clty that it
must not hire boys who are under 18
years of age to drive its cars. Each
spplicant for a driving license must
be over IS years of age. The head
quarters for the state officers are ia
the New Harper.
Mrs. John Beck.
Mrs. John Beck, a resident of ths
county for nearly half a century, died
last night at 12 o'clock at her home
in Rural township, eight miles oith
east of Milan. -She haj been suffering
with complications for several months
and for the last few weeks, her condi
tion had been critical. She was born
In Germany 67 years ago, and came to
this country with her parents when
still a young girl, settling in Rural
township, where she had lived since.
She was well known throughout the
county and leaves 'a large circle of
friends to mourn her passine.
She is survived by her husband and
three sons. John V. of Rural, Ernest
of Black Hawk, and Walter, and two
daughters, Lizzie and Lillian, the last
three living at home.
The funeral will be held Sunday at
10 o'clock at the home . find at 11
o'clock at Beulah church. Burial will
j be in Beulah cemetery.
Tor this magnificent $55.00
"Sheraton" Cane Panel
Pattern Tour-Piece L bra
ry or Parlor Suite
$L00 CASH; $1.00 A M05T1I
ISLAND CITY BOATERS
MEET THIS EVENING
The meeting of the Island City Boat
ing association which was to have
been held last evening was postponed
Mildred Bertrim, D-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bertrim, 51D
Ninth avneue, died- at her home at
11:30 last evening. She had been
suffering for some time with rheuma
tism of the heart, which was the
cause of her demise. .She was born in
Burlington Oct. 24, 1903, and came to
this city three years ago w ith her par
ents, who survive, with one brother,
Laverne and a sister Viola.
Funeral of Mrs. W. H. Tremann.
The funeral of Mrs. W. H. Tremann
was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock
from, the home, 002 Seventeenth street.
Rev. Granville E. Sherwood had charge
cf the services. Interment was in Chip
Funeral of Carl Louis Breggar.
The funeral of Carl Louis Breggar
was held this afternoon afc 2:30 from
the home. 1508 Fifteenth street. Rev.
F. J. Rolf of the German Evangelical
c'.uirch had charge of the services. In
terment was in Chipptannock ceme
rffMON & LANDATJER.
; COR. SECOND AND HARRISON.. I
""venport. I a.
You'll find this store full of valuable sugges
tions for your comfort for these
hot days. Every man and young
man wants to wear the coolest
' togs obtainable. WeVe some in
teresting things to show and we'd
like to have you see them.
Mohair Suits, $ 1 5 to $22JA -
Genuine Priestley's Cravenetted Mohair is used in all
of our suits. They look and wear better than other
Mohairs. They're tailored for us by the country's beil
tailors. In Black, Blue, Gray, Tan, Plain or Striped
Palm Beach Suits, $8 & $ 1 0
If you want maximum comfort, buy a couple of these
suits. They're washable, look and feel cool. Palm
Beach. Suits can be. bought for .as low as $5 or $6.
Only the best fabrics and workmanship are used in
ours at4830and $10.
Time for Cooler Underwear
Athletk) union In every style
and proportion, 50c to S3.
Shirts and drawers in fancy and
plain colors, 25c to $1.50.
Have you seen the
It's the latest hat in a Pan
ama. High crown, with pen
cil curled brim at to. Sailors
and negligee straws here in ev
ery good straw and shape. 50c
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A splendidly designed and quality-constructed suite of four desirable plecx Rccker, Arm
tair. Settee and Combination Table-Writing Desk. Massive solid oak construction in a rich
i-- -i. oono.on ii n ii ti a 1 1 v heautif ul ( and artistic effect. Ail
fumed finish. Each piece paneled with cane, an unusually beautiful 'and artistic effect.
seats covered with Spanish Chase leatner.
For a Quick Clearance
Your Choice of All Oar Beautiful Chinese
Sea Grass Summer Furniture Any Piece
Members of County Board of
Supervisors Plan Annual
Trip of Inspection.
50-Piece A'X yVw &
Gold and lt Jk j'l
Green JW- M
The annual inspection of the county I
infirmary will be made by the mem-It
bers of the board of supervisors next ' j 3
. Wednesday, according to plans an-
nounced this morning by George II.
Richmond, chairman of the county
, board. F. B. Wylie, superintendent of
; the institution, is arranging a fine din
ner for the visitors. - j
J The board will meet in regular June '3
pession next Monday afternoon at 2 ;3
; o clock. Among the matters to be ;
taken up will be the appointment of i ( j
Door DhVRiHans for hnfh DacIj Island i fl
and Moline townships. Dr. A. N.
I Mnallo. an 1 1 T" t : 11 t
acung in mis capacity, it is under- j jj
stood that the Moline supervisors have ij
indorsed Dr. Nellie Abel for the place
In the plow city.
" We have secured another shipment of those beautiful 50-piece complete, dinner sets which we will
give away absolutely free with each purchase of $50 or over. ,
The ware Is a very fine grade of domestic porcelain and the decoration is a very dainty narrow
green band overlaid with-a neat gold lace tracer-, making an unusually handsome effect. These sets
are worth $S.r0 if purchased at any store.
PERSONAL POINTS li
Visit Our Shirt
Beautiful silks here in plain
shades and with stripes, $3 to
$7.50. Crepes $1.50 to $3. Soisette
and madras shirts in dainty col
ors at $1 and $1.50.
We're showing a lot of nifty Wash Suits
'for the little fellows
B:ach and Middy styles with short
sleeves and plain pants.
Russian, with short or long sleeves.
Knickers, Sailor, Elton or Military collars.
:ouse ouits in tne same
Every color guaranteed fast
It's called the "Oli
ver TwiBt"' and Is
made with shirts and
pants of different
colors. The patterns
are splendid. Ages,
2 to 5. Prices from
$1 to $3.95.
John Code of Bradford, 111., Is in the
Mrs. C. C. Truesdale of Buffalo. X.
V., formerly of Rock Island, is visiting
relatives in the city. i
Frederick H. Ficken; 621 Twenty-1
third street, left yesterday on a five-
weeks' trip to California.
Mrs. J. White left this nrorning for
her home in Chicago after spending a
week with friends and relatives in the
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kfncaid and
children of Quincy are visiting at the
home of P. J. Zeitler, 1014 Thirteenth
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Donovan.
1920 Eleventh street, left today on an
extended trip to Baltimore, Washing
ton ana .New York.
Mrs. Wallace Miller, 2716U Eighth-
and-a-half avenue, left this morning for j
Cambridge, where she will spend sev-
SmF mmAMonth.- . '
eral days with her parents
C. E. Bryan has returned from New
; Castle, Pa., where he attended the gen
eral assembly of the United Presby
terian church as the Rock River pres
Mr. and Mrs. R. Emmet Reeves leave
tomorrow for their home in Colorado
Springs, Colo., after having spent a
week in the city, having been called
here on the sad mission of attending
the funeral of Mr. Reeves mother,
Mrs. John 11. Reeves.
Only a F
jmj " $3.00 a month Ts
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This is a most rPU
lar type of re'riscrator
wherever the kitchen is
large enough to con
tain a refrigerator of
this sizr. This fide
icer Gibson refrigerator
is exactly as pictured
above, having tinned
wire shelves us shown
and nickled lever locks
at each door.
MOLINE MAN IS FOUND
IN NEED CF TREATMENT
Louis Speck, Moline, was declared
insane yesterday afternoon by a com
: mission composed of Dr. W. T. Hinman
and Dr. D. B. Freeman and ordered
to Watertown. The hearing was con
ducted at the Speck residence. 115
Jack pine trees planted ten years
ago in the sand hills of Nebraska
are now large enough to produce
fence posts. liast year the first seed
was gathered from this plantation.
Indianapolis will this summer turn
every schoolyard fato playgrounds
for children. Playing will - also be
permitted in all parks.
All the news all lite time The Argus.
1 15-. 15 E2Q4 St. n mfFM PQ PT iOA
PETRAS DENIES MURDER
Court Plea First Statement Since Ar
. rest on Charge of Killing.
Aurora. 111., June 5. Anthony Pe
tras pleaded not guilty to the charge
of murdering Theresa Hollander w;hen
arraigned in the circuit court" at
Geneva, yesterday. The plea was the
first statement he has given in court
since he was arrested the night of Feb.
16. a few hours after the. girl was
found clubbed to death in St. Nicholas
cemetery. Judges Irwin heard ar.d ov
erruled the motion by Attorney Har
vey Gunsul and Charles iianelhurbt to
quash the indictment charging mur
Twzst the Coin"
Tho beat olihea ia
the baadiest box,
TKE F. F. D ALLEY CO.
For Sale or Exchange
FOR IMPROVED OR GENERA!
i'JO acres Hughes ccunty, S. t., lw
proved for small funis, southern lo
or Missouri. 2.560 acres Morton county.
X. IX; two farms Wells county. X.
220 acres and 400 acres near St. Pa"1-
Minn.; 200 acres Wapello county.
Iowa; f.v acres near Mason City, low;
559 acres Worth county; 16'.) cree
near ("harks City. Iowa: several mer
chandise stocks for good lands or ua
proved farms; $1,200 merchandise for
automobile; Minneapolis flat and Ch--cago
flat buil'lings for merchandise 01
farms; fo.000 St. I.miis residence lot
small farm of 40 or SO; several au
mobil-s wanted. Only a part, cao
r.itch anything. Perry Land &
chr.nge. Ixick box 315, Rock Islaud,
111. i Adv.)
Springfield. Mo., has in Mary Boyd
a teacher who has taught steadily M
years and is etili lu harness at t .