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FRTOAYWE ROCK ISLAND ARGU-DECEIIBR l6 1920.
I) I! 7 IS -.iPfclP toot pno:i we 4 fer Cut. Nr to Breet KUk(-CafttPirdMNSIto. weiaa imwms. , William Dawson, aged 64, a fann er near Cable, III., operated .on lor appendicitis at Mercy bospiul in Daren oort a week ago, died tali morning at 1:40 o'clock. He was born in Shellibnrg, wis., on. , 1854, coining to Coal Valley in 1866, later moving to Cable where he had lived since 1S78. In 1866 he was united in marriage to Mary Johnson, at Cable.! She died 12 63DLL CASHIER ' OF DIXOIJ BACK J. Cmtrymaa TeO Ceart BpeaaJag fMOjJOS'ta Three Tears lor Livestock. ; Johnson, at Cable.' She years ago.-" Surviving are two sons,1 J. W. Dawson, East Mollne and Matthew Dawson. Los Angeles; Calif., and a ' teoAPveMM at the Bast End park e on the best terms possible with ,x tkex nltimate plan of erection, tor ".'the aresant at laaaL of Ave botld- ' logs will be asked vy the Angastana sister, Mrs. Anna Corns of Hartley, ,1 college board of the Angastana Iowa. Three 'children hare pre synod. The board, in session last evening, decided to petition the - synod that be authorized to pro- ceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Sunday morning from ceed with the nnrchase of the nark J the Knoz chapel. Rev. F. J. Rolf will officiate. . Burial will De at Cable. ., from the city at Rock Island - At, the national , synod meeting bM la.. Iiih. -. UalA o the probability of purchasing the ; Taylor FnneraL land and at the board meeting in funeral services of Carlton G. July official inquiry was made on Taylor, assistant editor of the Mod wbat terms the park could be ern Woodman magazine, who died tmngbt. yesterday morning at his home, A campaign to cover congrega-1 1307 Twelfth street will be held tlpns located In most ail. the states ; at the nome at 2:30 o'clock Satur- W the country was planned at tneday afternoon,. Rev. J. C. Oranger meeting -last evening to - be1wi)1 0mciat. Members of Trio Dixon, III, Dec. 10. In the after noon session of yesterday's hear ing in the bankruptcy petition of Elmer J. Countryman, former cash ier of the Insolvent Union State bank, he told how he had spent over 4160,000 for blooded livestock In three rears and how the sag in cattle naa 1 'in Ireland. t The former constables, Daniel r.i s Crowley and John Tangney, told of i (various, orders' for ' shooting' and ' raiding which they said had neea U ; issued by the crown commandants i and the - former declared that he ' had resigned 'as a protest against the British mis-rule.- Crowley said that his Comman dant had sent orders to the con. stables stationed a Clogheen to board armored cars and "visit the home of every man who is and has kfeen . connected with the Irish movement and turn the , machine guns on them ell." ' The. commission also was told that a year ago orders for a new system of police training to in clude the use of bombs and hand grenades were issued- Tangney told of numerous qraers ttUiury raidsjn p n n rl n rn nn n n inn n n n n n n n n d n n n n n n pi d nr nrices for . pure bred rained him. His worst loss was in 1 Rag Apple Korndyke VIII, prize issued, he said, by the coraman bulL and said the bull had been ! dant of all the crown forces in Ire- transformed from a $100,000 sire into a "flivver" -by a "cock ami bnll yarn" which he. declared false. ' Countryman said Rag Apple was first sold to a Mr. Green of Wis consin for 860.000. he and his part ner, E. M. Detweiler, who is today undergoing examination by his land and which he charged led to the destruction of property in raids. launched after the first of the year. '.Buildings most. Immediately "701 ' a .iHiuuu, chipplannock. cemetery, are a seminary, science hall, and vv ..ueiij. dormitories, the latter consisting of a'dorailtory for women; another for men, and the third for .the seminary. . i No formal protest against the sale of the East End park has been filed by any organization or Individuals in the city, but verbal protests were lodge of Masons, will have charge at the grave. Burial will be in Veterans of John Buford post G. A. R., will be in charge of ser.' vices at the Knox chapel, Saturday afternoon at 2:30, for Charles H. Church, commander of the post; who died at St. Anthony's hospital received by Mayor Schriver each Thursday morning. Rev, W. G. day when the proposition was first presented by the college. Dr. Gus tav Andreen, president of the col lege, discussed the sale of the park Oglevee, pastor of the South Park chapel, will officiate with burial in Chipplannock cemetery. Members of the Odd Fellows, of which order ASKS RATE INCREASE. Springfield, I1L, Dec. 10. Appli cation for a 25 per cent increase in electric rales, in Murohysboro was creditors, being present at the sale. imade to the state public 'Utilities. aaJ Thirty days later the Dixon .man commission today by the Murphys-Ul met Green in Chicago and paid him boro waterworks and Electric and f l $90,000 for a half interest in the: Gas Light - company. .The increase; 01 IB as&eu uetuse in uit? yi iub ui amw, which the company eays has raised j , ent rates were made effective.- Jgfl sire. They bought, he said, on tne accredited showing of a certain daughter of Rag Apple, whose milk, tested in an eastern test test barn, bad shown high percent age of butter fat and cream. Value Lost as Sire. Then, said Countryman, a story eained circulation that the man who' had made the ' milk tests 7 N : oi ft r 11 - -Fa-?. I t - 11 ' N Cf tr VA' '! " - - ' Yob Buying Useful ther than that no negotiations have Men entered into. i The college expects to raise $500, 000 for the erection of buildings. The- campaign wlU be extended over the country, but this territory, is to be lightly canvassed because of . the campaign conducted . last spring. . .- . . ' FRArJKBiAfICO HANGS HIMSELF Italian en Trial for Murder- of Cal- ' Catorra Suicides In Cell at Karlon. Informally with the maayor and the ' Mr. Church was a member for 50 city louncll on one occasion. Fur-! years, will be in 'charge of services at the grave. Military services will be held with members of the Span ish War veterans assisting. Honorary pallbearers of the G. A. R. will be: Andrew Bladel, B. F. Baughman Charles Schoede, M. Beal, C. W. Larson and Ezra Wilrher. Active pallbearers will be, Spanish War veterans: Robert McConochie, W. L. Becker, W. L. Franks, Edward Bealer, Frank C Downs aud Frank S. Van Em burgh. Members of ithe Woman's Relief corps will meet at the Knox par lors at 2 o'clock preceding the ser vices. 1 . Funeral of Mrs. Cooper. Funeral; services of Mrs. 'Eliza Cooper will be held at the Knox chapel tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock." Rev. John Decker of Mi lan will officiate. Burial will be made at Chippiannock cemetery. ft .V? Marlon, 111., Dec. 10. Frank Bl anca committed suicide in his cell in the county Jail here early to day after the completion of the fourth day of his trial on charges of. first degree murder. With Settlno De Santls, Bianca was charged with the murder of Amiel Calcaterra and Tony Temp hiU at West Frankfort last August, which occasioned race riots... BOMB THROWER TIKES 2 LIVES Romanian Bishop and Minister KHIed as Infernal Machine Goes Off In Senate. BALLOTS WELL CLEAR RECORD. Springfield, 111., Dec. 10. Ins puted ballots cast in the Cook coun-1 ty election for county judge In 1918, In (when Judge Thomas F. Scully and New York had sworn that when he 'Edwin A; Olson were candidates, had milked Rag Apple's daughter weer ordered presented in court he had had a waterbottle contain- here DecTTr,t)y the, supreme court ln 'rich cream under his union , today. This action, it was lndi sult, and by means of a tube and cated, is tor thepurpose of clearing hiilh concealed in his elove. he! the records, and giving Judge Rig- had pumped this cream into the heimer, who has been named at a milk to be tested. A later denial later election an undisputed right of the trnth of the statement made to his seat Since the W8 election and sworn to by the tester, failed ' Judge Scully has died to remove the cloud from Rag Ap ple, and his value as a sire was lost, said Countryman. At the conclusion of yesterday's hearing. Referee Dixon ordered Countryman to turn over the dia mond stud and automobile which he had claimed were the property of his wife. ' During the examination Country roan denied having admitted to of ficials of the state auditor's office that certain notes in the .Union State bank were forgeries. 1 0 2 NATION-WIDE HUNT FOR FORD Detroit Automobile Manufacturer Wanted an Witness in Rumley Trial Cannot Be Found. EX-OFFICERS SCORE BRITISH Former Constables Tell Commit tee of Orders to Tnrn Machine , Guns on Irish. G-WE YOUR HOME THE PROPER CARE" KEEPYOUR PLUMBING-J IN V DA If? I, 1 m 'JJ J " BSLji London, Dec. 10. A bomb was thrown among members of the Ru manian senate Thursday after noon, shortly after it had assem-' bled, and M. Greceau, a member of the ministry, and Bishop Radu, were killed, says a Central News dispatch from Bucharest. .-The planters of the bomb were not discovered. New York, Dec. 10. Representa tives of the federal district attor ney here have started a nation wide search for Henry Ford, De troit automobile manufacturer, who is wanted as a government witness in the trial of Dr. Edward A. Rumely, charged with concealing the alleged German ownership of the New York Evening Mail during part of the war. r 1 Washington, Dec. 10. Former j members of the Royal Irish Con-' stabulary, who resigned and fled! from Ireland, were heard today by' the commission of the committee of j one hundred investigating the Irish j question after other witnesses had! DO.NT neglect the .plumb ing of your borne. It is j as serious a fault as neglecting your own health in fact'it is one and the same thing. If there is something, out of gear with your water pipes or drainage, call us in at once. ; JOS. ROSENFIELD 8211 Fonrth Ave., Rock Island' v Phone It, I. SI!) ADOPT .AMENDMENT, Washington, Dec. 10. An amend ment to the Johnson immigration blU limiting the embargo on im migration to one year instead of two was adopted today by the hnnse 87 to 25. It was offered by Representative Mann, Republican, of Illinois. LOWDES JiAMES JUDGES. Springfield, 111., Dec. 10. Farlin H. Ball and Charles, A. Williams were appointed Judges of the Cook county circuit court by Governor Lowden at noon today to fill va cancies. They were nominated for places on the bench by an anti-Thompson Cook county Republican caucus, hut their , names were not put on the ballot. Ball succeeds Robert E. Crowe, who has been elected state's attorney, and Williams suc ceeds Judge John' P. McGoorty, Democrat, who has resigned to re sume the practice of law. Just to- Announce t v that we have taken the agency for v NUNNALLY'S . The Candy of the South , Made at Atlanta, Georgia. The candy for par , ticular people those who .want, only the best. We solicit a trial order and suggest placing Christmas orders nbvv. ' Chocolate Coated Brazil "ut BraslI Kat Special Southern Rospitallty Box ' Box Bountiful Uomino and Jubilee Packages Pralines, etc., etc - HENSLE F, Florist .Phone R. L 1534 1907 Fourth Avenue, Bock Island, I1L Announcement I Opening Day Tomorrow- I wish to announce that I will open a grocery at 1714 Thirty-ninth street tomorrow with a com plete stock of groceries which I will sell at the lowest possible prices. One. trial will convince you that it will pay youto trade here. s Rimmermao's Grocery 609 Seventeenth St. Phone R. 1.1661 Pure Cane Granulated Sugar 1 0 lbs. 97 C Extra fancy Jonathan Apples, 2 lbs Fancy Grimes Golden Apples, a lb, v. Nice Greening Apples, 4 lbs. ........ Fresh Cranberries, -. a quart , 25c 10c 25c 18c No. 1 California English Walnuts, soft shell, per lb. ...99c Fresh Mixed Nuts, lb. . .35c California Almonds, lb. 39c Freeh Dromedary Dates, a pkg. Fresh California Figs, a pkg Large Juicy Oranges, 6 for Extra fancy Grape Fruit each 23c 18c 35c 10c Largo 20 oz.! jar preserves, pure and JO wholesome U Regular 45c jar Beechnut or Heinz Peanut Butter, OQ on sale at ....... uUC Regular 20c ' glasses pure Jelly, al flavors, a . 1 C real bargain at ...... IDC SMAS CADT SPECIALS Fresh Mixed Candy, lb. 33c Fancy Chocolate Drops, a lb 39c Delicious Gum Drops, alb. 39c Peanut Brittle, special at lb .....3e Jelly Beans, a lb. 39e Freeh Leaf and Head Lettuce, a lb. 4oe Large stalks Celery, 15c and Large can Hawaiian sliced Pineapple, packed In richest syrup, on sale at ......... Regular 75c Jar Queen Olives at . . . Large jar Delicious Apple Butter ...... Welch Grape Juice, a pint bottle Large can Peaches, in syrup 43c 59 c 43c 35c 39c 2 cans Corn, Peas or Tomatoes No. 3 can Pumpkin, a can '. No. 3 can Armour's Tomatoes, a can Fancy Red Salmon. tall cap ., Tall can Pink . Salmon Jello all flavors, a pkg. 25c 15c 19c 33c 23c 11c Specials Oa Dried Fruits Fresh Seedless Raisins In bulk, lb. 33c Fresh Seedless Raisins, 15 oz. pkg ,...35c Dried Apricots or Pears aH- ........39c Fancy cluster Muscat Raisins, a box .. 39c 10 bars P. & G. Soap for Argo Starch, .a. pkg Large boxes Matches, all good, a box , 69c 9c Set Heina Sweet Pickles, per dozen 25c Large Dill Pickles; per dozen ...... ......35c 49 lb. sack Ceresota Flour 1 ..t $2.55 Fancy Potatoes, guaranteed to be Xmas Gifts: at These Low Prices MBMHMBWBsssBSBssBsaaasBssBSBsm . mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammm ' Buy Christmas Neckwear Here .... , v ' I' : . . - ' ' The Largest Line in the Tri-Cities . i ; - t, - '.- " , . . .. 1 Every Purchase Put Up in Handsome Christmas Boxes $ 1 .00 Neckwear . . . 69c $1.25 Neckwear . . g7c $1.50 Neckwear . $1.05 $1.75 Neckwear t $1.22 $2.00 Neckwear .$1.40 $2.25 Neckwear .$1.57 $2.50 Neckwear $1.85 $3.00 Neckwear $2.10 $3.50 Neckwear .$2.45 $5.00 Neckwear . $3.5Q Wilson Bros. Shirts Reduced Guaranteed fast color and full cut Every purchase put up in Handsome Christmas Boxes Ht - g - $3.00 Shirts $2.10 $3.50 Shirts .-....$2.45 $4.00 Shirts ......$2.80 $4.50 Shirts .....$3.15 - $7.00 Shirts $5.00 Shirts $5.50Shirts $6.00 Shirts $6.50 Shirts S4.90 - - $3.50 $3.85 ..-$4.20 $4.55 I If g n c G C If in Hosiery In handsome Christmas ' - boxes' $1.50 Silk Hose ...95c 85c Silk Hose .....59c 75c Silk Hose 50c 65c Silk Lisle . . . . -45c $1.00 Wool Hose . 70c $1.50 Wool Hose .$1.05 $2.00 Wool Hose. $1.40 Wilson Bros. Union Suits The best made garments on the market Every purchase put up in Handsome Christinas Boxes $3.00 Unionsuits .$1.95 $4.00 Unionsuits . S2!80 $4;50 Unionsuits .'.$3.15 $5.00 Unionsuits . .$3.50 $5.50 Unionsuits . .$385 $6.00 Unionsuits ..$4.20 Suits and-iChf&rcdots HATS 1 OFF CAPS i OFF SWEATERS i OFF SINGLE PANTS $15 AND $16.56 PATTERNS AT $7.75 TOM HAEGE In the 1800 Block, Rock Island Look around, see what you can do elsewhere, then come in and look 0 me over. I know you can't duplicate my values anywhere. Every suit and over coat pattern at r ife 7n nd ' nnnnnnnnnnr-innrrfl i m mmmm t i i' r-re. t - r i iTnnn i rrr ri in 11 lmr i , s. -w .inii.vaMP r - si im j . b 1 . : W1. Louis Gireiner good, per peck . . ..... . , . -43c 3 . - - ' .