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OTREft Jjtt, Altai EanM Pier. O fanls White Kept . , Ui Ceasaear. ' . .gaaiatt alias Harold Pier- ' M WIU BAM timljt -q IIVW wu ww mwmw j nil Jury under 3,000 it iuiitratD.;j. Cl issue court Monday after aaarges ot burglary and Tb were arrested Sun lit by Detective . Dennis 5rZa4 Earl Shannon as they iisfflrfT "ith a rich banl of Ham tht residence of Fred 's a Koenig. 1320 Fifteenth i ... v ' '" , talstt. who first gave his r,7Hsrold Pierson and who asm the alias in court,, has kefor been in the toils of la toe early part of Jan V Of be was indicted under ssbm of Harold Pierson for bis is iBPlication in the robbery as Kats's clothing store on the of Sept 30. 1918. Wiliiam a s aegro paroled prisoner, to have been the leader ib sang of white youths who ptrated the robbery. Suggs was m indicted. " fu on Mme term of the grand Bramlett was indicted a see dtime. ThiB indictment charged fuid Clarence Heverling with jOat an automobile Deionging afsiene Taylor on Dec. 7, 1918. Sentenced to Pontine. . the automobile theft charge Malttt vu sentenced to the re Mastery at Pontiac. He was OK released under parole, but 4 sot served out the time of d;es.su::zi:ly 'I V , v J V SO v I t '"1 PATLOWA, "THE 15 COMPARABLE." There are atfll some of the lower priced seats for the Pavlowa ballet, which comes to the Coliseum, Dav- $ lb automobile theft charge had. according to announcement maue oy me management this morning. Those who have seen Pavlowa on orevfons visits to the tri-citiea or gralt when he again got himself un other cities will be just as Inter- jSB we tuns ui 141c ... ktt 721 Seventeenth street, fhltt, who with Bramlett plead dtailtr in police court to bur (Vj and larceny, has no such rec Jei it Bramlett, but is claimed to tH iavamoa pnq. jaex Aq tt 721 Thirteenth street. Head ef BpHeepsJ lert Btoi ef Heart Was Fenser Ttewsaaaer ef Hew ested in her coming as the unfortu nate onea who have never seen her. It has been three years since. Pav lowa. "The Incomparable," has beA in this country, and she brings with per to tne m-cmes ner enure oa.-, guten UuaA Drurv Lane theatre. London, and a symphony orchestra soloists. New . York. Dee. 21. Charles Sumner Burch. bishop of the New York . diocese of the Episcopal church, died suddenly here Tester-' day. Heart disease is thought to nave caused his death, which was unexpected, although he bad not well for several days. - Bishop Burch was president of the Episcopal synond of New York and New Jersey, having been elect ed last month. He attended the Lambeth church conference tn Lon don, lest summer, declaring Its at titude on the - relation between capital and labtlr to be the "most advanced of any since the refor mation." Was a Chicago Beperter. , He was born in Ptnckney, Mich, In 1855, the son of a writer. He taught school two years in Detroit after being graduated from the University of Michigan 4n 1874. Later be took np journalism and became a reporter and editor in Chicago and Grand Rapids. He also worked In a Chicago publish ing bouse owned by his brothers. From his- early years he had -aspired to the priesthood, ' but cir cumstances .prevented his taking up his theological course in Chi cago until he was 28. Prior to. that J time he had besn a lay reader in the church and, had done mission ary work among newsboys. -: . Ordained In 190 " He was ordained in 1906 and be- ! came rector of St Andrew's church A year later he was IpifiiiliM; Mil ; . . . .jjli ; n II II Mv U II II I . n HAMLET Ftf Expectant Mothers It Three Cekratioks mnn norsciniooe stir.m (Special Correspondence.) " Charles , Bopes and sister, Miss Katherine, Mrs. Briee Fell and Mrs. C. L. Boyles were Rock Island vis itors Friday. Prentice Halstead was unfortu nate in having one of his cows die Tuesday night. Quite a number from here at tended Charlie Pearson's sale near Reynolds Wednesday and Mrs. Martha Hartman's sale at Edging ton Thursday. Mr. Kelley of Mollne came ThuTS- 1 day to visit his daughter, Mrs. Len- I niA Kin? - ; . appointed archdeacon, and three A,).n!years afterward he was elected of American , ;, v.v.- .v. v.,. diocese..' , v - His election to be bishop of New Tork was on the third ballot, Sept 17, 1919 scarcely more than a ansa onxu. viu oucui. mc .t,. si.Ka. r!... end with home folks. i T,shnn nP(.h mam i',rH Harvey Ramsey, John Hartman had two children, one of whom is and Carl Seastrand delivered cattle,. Albert p.- Rurrti of ntrnlt. i An. in Reynolds Thursday. I other is Mrs. Grace Burch Walter Miss Bessie Cooper of Macomb I who went into Siberia tor the Red arrived home Saturday to spend the Cross. , T holiday vacation with home folks, j ; .. : ; Mrs. Hoyt Lee and two children I , THE DEALER ' , are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Whis- who aims to give his customers I DDIiFS. Men's White Handker-' chiefs, 14in. hen; Each 6c flroo I. Peterseo Co Polls The UQderselling Store . Yon Save On Everything - ,..! ' ... . it. v. .. - BE HERE TOMORRO W R $&39 14-in. k Sleeping Doll, Real hair. Blonde and Brunettes, at man at Fairfield, Iowa. ' All the Argus. news all the time The high-class confection and full value cannot do business without Delta nut and Meadow Brook milk choc olates.' , , . Fancy Embroidered aad Initial Haadl chiefs. Each Initial Haadker- IP. Corner Second and Brady Street The Fashionable Hlnda Turban of newest col- en and materials. Cov ered with silver and Geld Q QQ Tinsel Cloth... OmVO Annual Before Christmas 1st Sgle of Women Useful Gifts for and Children Embroidered Georgette Waists .95 Talues U i in W fid Talues All the wanted shades and styles of the season. . Gloves 1.48 '5 Wool Gauntlet Sport Gloves French Dress Kid Gloves. Ex tra fine quality; . Q A Q aU shades ... j . OeffcO Heavy Dress Kid Gaunflet 2sr......:.:::60 Underwear 'Knitted-Fer Ladles, Misses) aid ChUdrea Heavy Fleece Lined Union Suits. Stses 36 to 44. Regular w 1 fiQ 2 50 values, at Ay4' All necks, aad sleeve lengths. ., "Forest Mills- Silk and Wool Untoa Suits. Size 3S to 44. A QC 7.5 values, at All necks, and sleeve lengtha.'. 16 OFF All Week on Ribbons and Furs For Women and Children 3 OFF ' on afl Infants and Children's Coats Sweaters Knitted and Silk Scarfs Children's Knitted Sets Silk Petticoats Silk Bloomers Silk Underwear 20 OFF on aU , . ' Silk Kimonos Bathrobes Canteen Novelty Bags " Hair Ornaments i Jewelry Novelties 1 I . 1 I Xxer'ue1. Hp't. I Yard, I I II; -nd I J W I from 9 to 11 A.M. I If Women's Lisle Hose, ' " ' Union Suits, washable 1 - I 1 1 Brown, Beaver and 1 1 t lt of Women's $1.00 Neckwear; all I I , satin all sizes. Ill M Putty; 75e value, - I I - I I Reduced from SU I I I I put up 31 n Christmas II siy(ea, sltghUX. mussed from handhno. to 1 1 I l ' "ox. , - while 15 dot last, each ' A B ' I M lv3?sla''M' l LZrJU 'A V M M I A U M M k C .V lj : III Women's. Bloomers,' About 35 Dresses of Jersey, Tricolett; , 1 . ' I St VZTV SlVSAi SZAAP J ) YA I I I of " 'ore7Sco Tncotine, Foulard. Satin. TsffeU and Serjes; I f Do" !" . I R I 1 H If V ? SfiSflfc r 1 Q I I I II Silk, trimmed with - I 1 .. , . ,. I I W II fit any size dolL II I II If. Jl - . rS The Fashionable Hlnda A f I I I I fancy RoTbuds. Tor II ty,efc A" thi MW"-1"" II 11 II II H VWl J . Turban of newest col. Njji I III Wedday 1 1 45.CO values. Take them away at ' -- 8 U U . . vn sum simctisubi v- v m at j m t m mm m m m m 1 I h 1 fl MM Mm m MM,. " . . ' . m -tsT ' H M H i ,vi sin tiK. rv pia.x m SHT Illl X Drea. J f H A X Ha.L I I II I II If Silk , VV 1 I I I .;.:.,;.; Women's white Hose. 1 f 3-in. Messaline and . U V . , " f -? " 55c Value. 1 4 1 II' II UffeU &ressSilk, all -11 ' ' ' ' , ' V !' II ' Li""'t of 2 pair. Il l t " , Women's Sweaters; some are ripple hip, ; I I I ' mI" I otners coat style and sleeveless, of all " I I R ajI V I w00' ya,,' " Difl ran9e 0T oolor. Values I ' f- ' I I t' 2r7ET I V II r $12.00 to 116.50 pick 'em out . X B M r 75 6JV i Dres. NX I ' Jewelry 2.45 m Tt? fO TTV If Bar Pin Brooches V 575 wj ( t";. "".d-1 1)1 iY is 1 1 YCv v t7fi I . tlilU yK 11 shrunk. Navy only, II V l 1 1 111 11 v Values up to 75c II I If III yS HI fNfYv 1J Hi SP000. Xy 7 women, flee Linen U 1 sSSro'f ' U II GlIM T Li ' III ll 150 Celluloid She . . : I Handkerchiefs. Em- I J ..II Nashua Brand i, I I VII ' ' )T I I I .11 " , Spoons, II 11 broidered Comer, II . ;1 A ' at . ,, I J 0' Afdikd) ILMeirseimC. ll ; .40 rH. 214 W. TMrd Street . , : Bavenpcrt, Iowa l II II l! Hosiery Novelty Pure Thread' Silk . Hose "Gordon's" All Wool Sport Hose "Kayser's" Italian Silk Lace Hose "NOBBY" pure Thread Silk Hose, 2 pair for Heavy Italian Glove Silk Hose5 Tennis Flannel Gowns Regular 50 Values. Children's Dresses Regulation Middy Serge dresses; to 14 years... Silk Poplin and Fancy Taf- " O FA feta dresses; to 14 years. XeJ All Wool Middy and Fancy Q 17 f? Trimmed dresses; 6 to 14 yr. 0IO Gingham School Dresses neatly trim med and embroidered; 9 QQ aces t to 14 years .'. 070 Gingham Rompers aad Dresses; 1 to S years... 1 All; the News All the Time--The Argus - . .. 4 i " . t . . ji. . . i ' '