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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, OCTOHKR 2. 1014.
ESCAPED IN AUTO
think Fourth Bandit, Who Did
Jfot Figure in Saloon Hold
up, Was Chauffeur.
AS STARTLEP EVERYONE
NCNE LEFT IN JAIL HERE
Police Durirg Day Release All of Nine
Suspects cf the Scooting cf Two
Ven in Vercouter Saloon.
f MTTTfilrfTi:ra .-rrr ,,, " , " ."" " J
rt the fonM.'i man of the nuartct I
of furmcn. 'no on Wednesday nieht
urted a reicn of terror which af
unixed t il'i th" ho't-r:;; of fin men
ia the Yercou.er saloon, at 25:: 1 F'fth
TfOJ. t.d who disappeared ju.-t bo
fore th other three entered the bar
room. as ' 1 l..u:1ciir of an auto
nrjicli whisnoi the bandit--. away1 to
ifetv from arrcs!. is believed by po
lice officer? today. .J
When the gunmen accosted tne nrst
Bin Tom Joincs. on Fifth avenue,
there were four in the party. When
the saloon was held up there were on-
lhTee- .. M
e-ren thouch they may have beiji ama
teur, had a machine, as the bandits
of tTi present day usually travel in
autos. when pulling off a job. It i-i a
probable expianaron of their complete
escape followinc t!:e shootinc. The
(frasoet failed to draw in any sus
pects upon whom the police could pet
With the machine ti.ey could have j t j
been miies aH' from the scene of ! ?
shootinc by the time that all of the i f
police In the city were informed of the
atrocity and on ti:o lookout for the
Yesterday the police released the
lat man held on suspicion. The on
cers believe that t!.e trunnion cot -way
from this city and that they wasted no
What course they pursued the po
lice do cot know. Yesterday Officer
Fred Cmby. Frat.k !! am. August (Jol-f-r
and Goorr 11 id r. all of this city.
wnt to Clinton, low a. where they at
tended to learn if the piinmen had
pa.ed throuch the city.
.tjl'.u Vfnni:r. .-ii'ooiiUeep.-r.
Kif'h aenie. ;,, was ho; by ti-e
funrr.a Wednesday iiiht. is in a nnjrh
'mprovi cni:'i":i today, aicordiniT
to Dr. E. A Wir'arn-.. Hardly enoii h
tiire has e-apse'l to t II w iei!i-r ir
E'.t reart on wiil se
aa- .pa-yed a r.-.-t:i
p5L HI I !
"" tZ blono sea spri3 mmo-i j
I . ) j
They're going fast
If you want a set you'll have to come quick, because we have only
a few left: after they are gone there will be no mere. SPRING
the sanitary link fabric kind regular price So iJ; . MATTRESS
A good fancy tick mattress, price $4.50; .BED just like cut. very
massive, price S.S.75 ; You can have r 1 1 "fcC?
the whole outfit for j 1 1 ,l)0
It's bewildering; It's beyond comprehension. Sneb Crowds.
afSempt to conceive such bargains is impossible. It's the biggest
saie yon have ever heard of. The opening day, the following
Come early and get your share
day, and S5 seams to get worse,
of the bargains.
Only a few days left, you cant put it oil
longer you'll be surprised at the goods and
tne prices, so come early. Be patient. Don't
crowd. Remember tne location right on the
CORNER lGih STREET and 2nd AVE.
For this big continuous post '
brass bed (bed is very similar T S': fcs.J .TVa'srf'''-'
to cut), regular price of this
bed is about $22.00 our sale
: i n f :i ii i i i
:n. The Jnjir.d I fj
IN DAMAGE CASE
Regular Panel Exhausted Be
fore Twelve Men Are Se
cured in Dunlavy Suit.
The introdu' tion of evidence in the
or .i.r-. w ;n:fre.j nnnlnvy s. t:je j ;
C. B. i Q. for tl" d-.riuif- jr.r the J ;
ds.lh of her .':!. -i.-i. Irnii-s Idinlavy. I ;J
bo was killed wi, ; i.ioved as a ' ij
fagman ft the "o;;rre n'ri street cross
ing. Moline. was started t'lis jnorning
ia circuit coiir:.
A jur- coinp';- d of t'ie foV.-1 , t,
tf 1 t-i l:-ar ti'.e !,..:;.., hftcr ; f.j
the re?'ilar nanr-l hnd hr -n evi, j u-u d i N
The greatest line of rugs in the
world, over 500 patterns, ycu've
neversee n such a line before, it's
simply beyond description, come
in and see. look at these prices.
Tapestry Brussels rug, 9 x 12, good quality 7C
sale prise O
Brussels rug. our special seamless quality, X0
Velvet rug. the best of patterns, 1 7 QE
sale price OX I 50
Axminister rug. 9 x 12, here is the sensation, ! -j OS
sale price i. A. I.0
Wilton Velvet rug. don't pay others $40.00 when you can
buy them at our sal; (JO OC
Every Home FequIreieeEit,
It is easy to have the fur
She store, Folks, for!
oy .Your uimit. inere. g
niture you want; It is easier Writ
to trade with Clemann & Wm
Salzmann than with any
other store in tlie world, be
cause we have the biggest
and best of everything the
home requires: we have
been furnishing homes for
over 30 years and we are
bigger and better than ever,
come in and see.
"srr-.cn i:;oj h- e;
A. S'-hiiliirer. Wal'er Yerbury.
Chariey bonder- and 'iej.r,. Andrew.
'ck lriand: .1. ,. !'? ..rsu:i. Willi mi i
CcMiss. F. O. Ifartn..!.a. Molinr : .Wis j
"etterrcark, Ernest Wolf rum. So.ith j
Rock Ifiand; Rr,i:a S'oehr. Mann-t');:: I
H. Ryan, Drurv; w. J. Farber. JV.rt j ll
Byron. i (rj
Miss Phoebe Wilson.
A t?rsm u,-.s rc ' iw .j t .i- iiioi n
ice by ry - .,, ,.f .t is. i:iforiuin
him of the dfai!, f ,., sist.-r, I'.'.oeh..-
"1503. w!, p.-.-.d iiway sudden, yj
4t tr? hor;.- , i.tr si-.' r. Mrs. Grai
in Ciifao. il'-r death was en I
Mely urixp". '.-d. ar.d will esi:f a!
h'jck to l,r.r rn.Uiv f:-".r,d-. Thr. n.f --1
,a? did ,:..... . M js. d h.-r i
th ':.e 'i-'ai!- are lar king. FU-
8riere t ,rn- ncckf a. v;s.ti:.; w :t'a i
brother in :.fiin. arid fI :n 1
tt t or .',-;;),. I ..ft two weeks I
VIA-to :sit her ti.o'ii' r. j
S"1 as b in in WN.on-.n in 1 j
EJ ca.iie :!.:,- fo.j.'ity in ti,,- ,-arlv )
:t" ter .;.::rer... -. UliriK in Mi-1
From that I.',;.- up iinli! H years I
'hrn m,-d t' Kansas. .hc-1
uad b.;, H r. , i-l.-nt of M.Un. For a '
ttt" t i .a t cis city and Ifuven.i
She i gi:r. ied hv J)-r moihT, Mr.
ttra ui;5-, ,f f;iic.ao. tlir-.-i
i,rnf jiiis:i or ri'ao, r;
J.'- K Wa!k.-r. who r--., s n -ur fj
Trdeka. Kan. nd w his.,.r l.ii.i? li
;" florda. 3
You save at least S5 .50 on tnis buf
fet, it's the biggest value we have
ever offered in a bLi'fet. :t is made
if genu.ne solid oak, ?nd finished
1 'I ? W!
IS K ASS BED
This is rot ore of the cheap bed3 us
ually advertised, but is a high-grade
2 inch post brass bed an C7 Q5
tre price is enly .... d. p I ZJ
. (Similar to cut
If you want comfort during the
coming winter this is just tne
rocker you want, it's upholster
ed in Morocollne 5Q QC
leather, sale price . . pJiJJ
A solid carload of davenports, just
unpacked, the entire line included
in this sale, nice
ones up from ...
(Similar to cut)
It's a big strong bed, finished in ver
nis martin, has heavy continuous posts
as shown in cut,
Thi3 is the biggest table value ever
offered, big top, beautiful finish,
style just like cut, 417 QO
sale price ....ip(ZfJ
- - . iiW., ....:!?. -X.A: . v -rjr: .-1
Fall Sale Springs and
Cash or Credit
Wood frame woven wir
springs, sale price ,
Cotton Top mattress,
Cotton Felt mattress,
.11-:. . V A
r' . -- fc... t
- - j - - -
only it has a big
square g'ass, the
finish is excellent
and the price is
fc-.-.Wv'i .. r--' i
' r re,,.;.. r w :: j
?or -. ir.a:
ft foimnp Ipsihpr r-Jrirfr
l, Ul-I 1-l.iV. LWIIIW '--a
S.nrett Infant. i 'i C'lSirS
t.,w.k-old (iau2iit-r of f
Tiiofi.a-i I. S:i.ti-tf. - ' 11
:,,r- ad .".
aorniti. Mr. Sin,,..tt is ir.Mru t.,r r
K'i.ool aiid tiie s'ri-r' syni-i
-.'... or ri:a:,v fr! i.ri- U ir.
t:.e ,r, . ..... . .: , I
id.ii wi:i 1 .rivLt.-. v.i!l !'
"'l fro,,, ,h !.,. ,. to::iorrow inoriiinv: ! , ;,ur,., at Uprmnneld. Ill
- o i !.. K. Ilil.-rrii.-rif uill Ik- in I
lary ri-ii.f,., y.
Stoves and Ranges have feat
ures that are found in no other
stove or range, that's what
makes the Riverside so potyj.
lex. Why not coire in tomor- P
row and let us explain this rj '
stove or range to ycu. Come fij
to look even if you don't in- h.
tend to buy. p-
irniinj at the New
En-ma Alice Bowe
'-iiin a A :i. .. ;. vv r.
pas-.d away 1 he reiiirtin were taken l S.rins-J kooii's liousehold. and his liltlo dauph-j trait, through a peculiarity of ose. now."
jHr. j field fof builal. !t-r loritliy was preauy iim'tcsicu. .a s.iioeu oiuy one u-g oi uie suojeei. iia you know paja then?
tew das jifter the last opera! mil the ine otner iieins ur.utji.-a tinner lit r. "Mi, deir. W hy do ycu :i-.k?
i nuuui.i -"c r...c i ....... . ., , ... ... ..n ...... ... ....... ,
Ivn v ar a.:i " ' "i"'"' - . .,., ! inn- at'o ' :i;;'in limi mi i e ;
v. ..... i. :lii "iir I II'. ' illelll . .-II" in
at - '
i i. r Siie had heeii falling for ahout
AT L. S. M'CABE STORE
! Tomorrow marks the 44th annivers-
I'Kiisi-1 arv of the entrance 1'" tlie mercantile
hutiiiusti of U SJcfabo and plans
-. irr,.'t tjw ' ' ... . .L' ami. ut. il H, lis in a week. I lie uti-, a iiauai-t n-nt x in- depict iiiK a pirll ".M:ne. It was lai;en !mii ! was a I i lor the ohservanceOf the evel Jif
Irs. Siruel II . Mirvlwd t.y i'-r !" " ' ' , l:.....i i ii,.. RUr- LlM.tii 4-it-ht M ais of ;.?e. Tiie ror- child not much older than lou lire t All the new s all the time The Avsua. the btore have been completed.
wife and 1.1 tic n.irrih.v were I "W l.oFe pictn
i iiiniieHiiiiK tin- attic la a trunk was ai-Ued Pon.tliy.
"I thought !ii:il)o you diil.
v. ii'M; only uot one lei;."
y.i.-i,,r of ti.e K:rt i;afl.--t t:oth-r Jifi r.
.... ,. '. WS.