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3 83,503 ;ziisnMi TkOM wfco wttt .w pIU luckaa r R. C. BteraMoa. W. A-Unth 4. QMBt Burtac to ttra. Jota Bktew ud Mrt.W. A. If cLugkUt, I"" "" to look attar tko McLMshlia. , .. , j CmiMiM IrMtntvr , jMtio Mielka, widow of i jt Walk", who waa killed m mooUii ago when he fell 'Wtadow tiU of the Central t WWW while engaged in -g WBOuw aula, wm nwr- TLnntlon in the sum of I alt morn leg through the m of Daniel J. May. arbi . fjf the iadnitrial eommia 4 silaoia. Defendant in the at ftank Skinner, paint lor, who was the employer a. The rictim of the acci I gJiafed four atoriea to the i walk when the acaffold way. He was almost instant- I hearing of this and other aristae' T Tirtue of the sation law took place in the jltort room at the court t ikis morning. Immediately I Mr. Mar left (or Chicago. He ji that be would return in 30 ta lake op additional cases. E0YDKi2AII JAIL - , GALLCiniG CHARGE (Special to The Arms.) uuesDurg, uu Dec 14, TUa Knox county jail experienced JU first failare ta knU nrimon against their will Sunday night or Monday morning, when two youths, Loola Badgett and LaTrelle Caster, both nnder 17 years of ace. eaeas- d. Jail breakings have been at tempted mere before . but never with success until this Una. - Badgett was held on a charge of stealing an automobile, and had recently been broncht Wk from i the state of Washington by Deputy 1 commerce bureau are: Lin rant m GFFISES The mdastrial sad traffic bsreaa and the trade and commerce barean of the Bock Island Chamber of Commerce nominated candidates for the hoard of directors and for the public forum at the dinner meeting last alght at the T. W. C. A. This completes the nominations from all bureaas. Those aominatetd by the indus trial aad traffic bureau are: ' T. B. Daria, J. W. Armstrong, William Haasgen, W. A. Rosenneld, E. H. Dunarln and J. 3. Burgess for directors, aad R. J. Bennett, P. W. Black and J. H. Median for the pub lic forum. Those nominated by the trade and tta CUaito of cesasserea ta laV raary troai list of so mndldatfs. Babick, 611 Twenty-ser- traet. Rock Island, was Mfcd ' compensation for 34 mStt tbe rate of $12 per week. to defendant was Robert , Har Sheriff Sullivan to answer to the charge. 'Caster wee held for the men. or a motorcycle. The law prevented their being placed in the cell room with the other prisoners, owing to their youth, and they were therefore in a room on the second floor, where women prisoners are ordinarily conflned. Scraping a hole through the plaster in . the ceiling of the room, they broke through tbe laths and cl'mbed up into the attic, making their wy to. the hatchway which opened from the attic into the second floor hallway. There they knotted a S blanket to timbers in the attic. T. J. Cavanaiigh, J. A. Weishar, C. A. Beers, J. J. Bnrgess, J. W. Armstrong and M. S. Heagy for di rectors, and Otto Priester, W. S. McCombs and W. E. Hartman for the public forum. A board of 15 directors will be elected at the annual meeting of 001074 (Special Correspondence.) ; aOaa Lereate Lough has return ed home from several weeks' visit with relatives in Morgantowa. W. Va, aad points la Peansylvania. Caleb Maxine of Chicago, was a recent visitor at the home of Dr. J. E. Marnuson. Mr. aad Mrs. F. S. Fallerton and soa, Forrest, attended the funeral Thursday of ' Mrs. William Had- aics, wno passea away k am nmuo t Hittiii in Moline last Monday, after a week's Illness with blood-poison ing, sne was a aisier-in-isw u emiiii Mrs. Fallerton. . , Ullilil r Lawrence C. Warner, of Warnar.j- and Rev. Fred Shields or Orion, members of the board of directors of the Illinois Baptist State Con vention, were in Bloomlngton. Tuesday, to attend a board meet ing. - . .- , P. N. Clark of Spokane. Wash., a former agent of tbe Rock Island road here, was calling on old friends, Tuesday. Mrs. J. B. Richardson is in Peoria, visiting her son, George. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Gustafson. Jr., and son Clayton, were Galesburg visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sayre and son. Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schaepper aad soa. Bob, of Beards- towa. Mrs. T. C. Rav and Thaler, of Jacksonville, have re tamed to their homea. havtag been called to Orion by the death of their father. W. N. Sayre. Don't Forget Your Discount 1 Wa an m i IOC M M. ml Af 10e w U. Ca. rt. ea roar kmim tor m ton e ear B. W. H. Ir tiae trWUr. U MM wiUla If Ue from tte UM nor arau mrmi m tuaitv ta m. PEOPLES POTTER CO. " Bwk-Uaad 7 U3J I ' I ST I GctaC&a TO-DAY From Yonr Hardware or Grocery Dealer CORNER SECOND AND BRADY Ma. MOline coniracior. luei sua uown n idio uie nan ' ana tt based on Babick's inca-1 thence made their way out the side -" ... . . , ) nf 4nl All .mA mnA . uw, vji iud jau, - aii iuu n.yicuv secure when the turnkey made a' rounds at about 12 o'clock. Posses are scouring the country for them. from burned raiettv resulting Cads. ' '.'OOsr cases disposed of or con tkaid are as follows: Ukt Deere Harvester company Jplnit Sam Vukas. Dismissed for St of prosecution. Action ght by company to force set- : Jaaes Patsales against Republic ?wi 4 Steel company. ;it iutigation of petitioner, 'v Jaltas Deschyler against E. & T. yfkirkiaks company. Death case. ;Bjsrtsf continued. f PstUp Sam Kradocobick against Sjpohllr Iron & Steel company. DUmlsied without prejudice upon ;getka of petitioner. t' Ksrtia Peterman against John Wagon company. Contin- STEWART IX GALESBURG. (Special to The Argus.) ' Galesburg, 111., Dec. 14. Opin ions of the leading public organ izations were aaked concerning the Dismissed : advisability of the institution of . a state constaoniary, ny Aipnns Stewart of Chicago during the last few days. He is here ttr's week gathering information on the sub ject As a representative of the state police auxiliary committee, he is carrying out part of a state program of agitation in favor of this proposition, which was de feated at the last session of the state legislature. ' Flint against Moline Plow ly. Continued by agreement nZGESS FAIR ASSN. JO HOLD A SOCIAL (Special Correspondence.) Bntess, Dec. 14. At a called f Bating Saturday afternoon in Bur 'pai it was decided to hold a com 'Bnlty box sociable in the local tttrcn Wednesday evening, Dec '. This supper is being held to tell defray the expenses of the taamonity fair which was held flat tall. The association is quite 1 little in debt at this time and it a hoped that over one hundred kim will be taken to the big sup- Tbese named to look after and aUctt boxes are W. J. Sharer, F. t Johnston, J. E. Braucht, W. H. fkatut, Mrs. Belle Holmes. La Vn Morgan. George S: Pittard, 'Jums Irey. S. B. Laughead, W. D. See Meyer & Hammer for Christmas Trees, Wreaths and Fancy y Annlea BO) St. betweea 2nd k 3rd Ave. remedy Tbe Talon OfOce Pre-War Prices M. Davidow, Prop., S21 3rd Ave. . Phone R. I. 4994 f .. My- Com pet Price itor's Overhaul Motor . . .$20.00 $35.00 Overhaul Real Axle 5.00 7.60 Reline Brake Bands 2.50 3.50 Valves ground and carbon removed . 2.50 3.50 Ford expert repairing Straight time on any work 86c per hour. Work doue by time or by the Job. Established 1918. All work guaranteed. " ttIE30I0g INDIGESTION b H QUICK RELIEF! Prfoe, 2SW-7S also m TAaurr rowM .. madc srr eoorr at aowaa MAKERS OF COTT8 EMULSION is The Natural Tendency BBBammBBBBBBBBBBBB of Prices is Downward a We are willing to do our share toward helping you in your Christmas Shopping to get the most for your money. Here's what we have to offer: A Flat Reduction of 20 On the I Following; BRASS GOODS including Desk? Sets, Brass Inkstands, Calendars, etc. LEATHER GOODS, Traveling Bags, Boston Bags, Pocket Books, Memos, Ad dress Books in fine binding, etc. All Holiday and Fancy Stationery. Continuing All This Week CARLSOrl BROTHERS, INC MOLINE- '. INVINOBtE Nine Features That Make THE INSTRUMENT OP QUALITY CLEAR A A BELL MeaaBBBBlW mmmx The Highest Class Talking Machine in the World T Supremacy in Tone Quality : At the Panama - Pacific - Exposition, in competition with the world'9 foremost phonographs, Sonora won highest score for tone quality. O Universal Playing: All makes of disc records are played perfectly without extra attachments. This is part of the Sonora design. O Cabinet Work and De- sign: The wonderful beauty of the Sonora is due both to its finish and its grace ful flowing lines (the "bulge" . effect, a patented process). vi Tone Control: Tone is controlled at its source, the only proper place. This . is one of the patented features that help to make the Sonora the best that human ingenu ity has been able to devise. E? Sound Box: This assists in reproducing a golden .tone for Which the Sonora is famous, and it sends forth notes, clear, distinct, accurate and beautiful. tfi Automatic Stop: This is on all instruments. It is simple, mechanically correct, convenient and useful. 7 Silent, Powerful Motor: The finest possible con struction; made by factories which have made fine mecha nisms longer than the com bined experience of all the phonograph manufacturers in this country. O Sound Amplifier or Horn : This helps te pro duce the wonderful Sonora tone. It is made under scien tific principles through the use 1 of wood specially prepared. Q Envelope Filing System:" This patented feature is a marvel of simplicity and convenience; records can al ways be quickly located when wanted. - We have d superb line at prices from $50 to $1000 G-U . a: Holiday Specials Kayser's Italian silk underwear : . . . . .$3.50 and up Canteen, novelty and beaded bags. . . .$3.45 and up Hair ornaments, necklaces and jewelry novelties ........... .. . .... . .... . . 19c to $19.00 All wool scarfs and sweater coats . . .-. .$4.88 and up Gordon, Onyx, Kayser and other well known brands of hosiery, silk or wool . $1.98 and up Fowne's, Kayser, Eskay and other well known brands of imported and do mestic gloves . . . . ......... $1.95 and up Beacon cloth bathrobes for ladies, misses and children $2.90 and up Cheney silk Japanese kimonos ...... .$12.50 and up Cold Weather Specials Just received! A shipment of 100 dozen ladies' and misses' Tennis Flannel Night Gowns. All colors, styles and sizes. Regular $2.50 1.39 Ladies' and misses' Fleece Lined Union Suits, Flat Lock seam brand. In all styles of neck, sleeves, lengths and sizes. Regular $3.50 .... 1.69 Visit Our Millinery Dep't on the third floor, for the latest designs in head wear at our usual popular prices. cJ)Minq7tyom furniture Already the evidence of a decided swing toward the giving of sensible, usable gifts can be seen at this big store. As ah example there will be many family groups who will enjoy a "home Christmas' a home dinner served in an IOWA fur nished Dining Room. Surely dining room furniture is a beautiful gift to contemplate why not, then, realize your desire by coming in this week and picking out one of these exquisite suites as your gift? Cedar Chests and Other Wanted Gifts In choosing: a gift for daughter, sister or mother you'll find the ideal best expressed if you give' a Cedar Chest. Cedar Chests are always a wanted piece of furniture. 1 AStoreYoiiTlIiRe Maybe "she" has a Cedar Chest. Then give a sewing cabinet, spinet desk, rocker or lamp. FURNITURE & CARPET C9 322-24-26 Brady AH the News AH the Time -The Argus y I it in ! II