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YLLE JOYS XLAI1F0LK 1 " dl to The Arena.) .. -w j, VI. D- 23. Visitors in km been arriving all tkto -T f sptad the holiday with tad frtendi, walls aiany w-'l ilwti are going to other elt"?rj it f ' l aJUri. John Johnston and ?'tm Robinson of Yale. Iowa, Pss'ifctt at the home of Mr. t-i Johnston's daughter, Mr. J3- WUhlte. ' IA W. L. Clark leares today a Mland, I1U to attend the sll ar veddtng anniversary of her tad brother-in-law. Mr. and 5j U H. Carls, on Christmas 'aiy Oa her return she will visit .vlX her sister, Mrs. Clarence Ha jari sad er brother, Will Harris, m Beardntown. 111. John Kyte of Paxton, Ii!.. was a larlness caller in Milan this week. i Mrs. Lloyd Hunter of Llbby. Mont, came last night for a visit with her Bother, Mrs. Elisabeth illaidy. . . Benjamin Hlggens of northwest- m Missouri came Toesday for a fay with fcis grandnieca, Mrs. Ar ;le Huddleston. This is the first 'lime Mr. Hlggens has returned to da nine removiac from tart 49 years) ago '.frank H. tyntt yaWitajr enjs-brated- hie Slat Mlthssr. Bm ra- talvcs esAlars an4 eoaaratoJatkns daring the sattrs say.- - Tomorrow evening the Christ-' mas prorraa. at : the Kethodlat caarcV wjn be green. -ReV. John A. Decker- will, begin tit eerrteee .t U O'CkMk.- vvi'-r. The Milan school win fire- its annual Christinas prograa at t:M toajorrow afternoon. - ., Tke Ridgewood school, with Miss TO FACE TRIAL :- (Continued from Page One.) .Jmoa, with. aasmU. I heart that par y piaaaed tn.lynea me. Brawn dezlared. . "I : wecr down to the Randolph hotel' where they had i gataerod and with the aid of a few , them oat of it." , Broken fa Health. ' -El Paso. Dec.. 23. (Associated ; Press) Little' of the story of her I disappearance from Ardmore fol- mwiaj uh sqoouos; 01 nuns on I Not. 21 was made public by the i young woman. 3 FOnOIlEY DILL PASSED BY AID OFDEf.'OCflATS She waa met at th Maude Hall of Milan as principal, Carter county attorney, in a Jo-1 from- Ch'hnahua City m will nn IU arwnin toilfkL fill nnod over the surrender of " J mwiu, uer ibub, (Ccatlnued from Pace One.) DoughnuU and coffee will he aerr ea. a social bear will follow, I ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO. I HOCK ISLAND. IU. Un OBIIER a CAMB KOW. iiursiiKi k. Li FREEGEOHGIA ISTIiBTECED Bassiaa Betsfcerlk Terees Plaa EUadaate Caaeaeaa SepabUe from Hap of laOeas. ; Clara Smith Hamon, alleged slayer f Jake L. Hamon, declared the woman would be. arraigned imme diately after she and Sheriff "Buck" Garrett returned to Ardmore. ' Brown aeserted the pretty girl probably would be tried late in January and the prosecutor would be someone other than he. Brown's term expires Jan. 1 and he refused. to discos who would be appointed ! to coma. known these facta just before lear ing hero last night for Ardmore. - "This ta my happiest hoar since I flrst heard that Hamon had been shot," said Brown. "1 am very wA thai Clara, la cominr back bolshetik forces j without further trouble." for a I The attorney admitted that sent! to 81. (Associated Tiflto,; -Dee.; Press) Russian appear to be concentrating campaign which will eliminate the! men t in Ardmore had crystalized in the woman's faror. Brown rereeJed that a party nlanned to lmch Mm after he an- port on the eastern fnouneed he would prosecute the Black, sea. and at ; gin. republic of Georra from the man of the Caucasus region. Heary go ne lorcea hare been concentrated at Tuanse,: a shore: of the Ban FV Harrison, and attorneys who had been engaged as her coun sel. Miss Smith's father supplied the only information gTca out re garding the woman's, flight from Juarez to Chihuahua City. "Clara ia broken in .health." the father said. "The strain has been too much for her. The ordeal ; ia not orer yet I hope God gives her strength to endure all that ia yet To us, Clara is only a baby. We are glad she is home. And after all this is orer, she's go ing to stay with us. - - .,- . Later 'her attorneys announced that they had advised that Miss Smith giro oat no statements be cause of the charges against her. Late last aight a physician was summoned to admig'ster to her. The party is scheduled to reach Fort Worth on Friday morning and to resell Ardmore , that afternoon. Bond of $10,000 is to be furnished immediately, and M;ss Smith ex pects to' spend a few days - with relatives' in Oklahoma before re turning to El Paso to await trial question from "a" to "a," because part he played in framing the pres ent tariff Uws when be was a mem-' her of the house, ia expected back' here in a day or two and will con sult with Senator Simmons and oth-' or' Democratic leaders ' concerning a party policy. Moreover the Dem-1 ocratic ranks in congress which show signs every now and then of going to pieces on party policies j are apt to be strengthened when, the party conferences bar held after the flrst of the year.. The whole tariff effort in the present session la regarded by many Demo crats as s shrewd effort on the part of Republicans like Senator War ran of Wyoming, who represents the cattle raising state to lay the foundations for a high tariff in the extra session of congress, figuring that even President Hariing will not be able to oppose the imposi tion of tariff duties that have al ready pessed a congress in which Republican majorities are slender compared to tho - overwhelming i streng'h of the new congress. Give Gagri, a port st'Ji further to the "The night that I filed the infor southeast .toward the Georgian, mation charging Clara Smith Ha frontier. OthJr bolsheviki rfgtarh. " ments are reported at , Kazak, j . southeast of Tiflis, while the tenth 1 hAl.hAB)tl.l !. 1 1 t 'in nam w uaf q passea inrougn i Karakliss, . moving toward , the ' Gaorgian republic:. f Independent Georgia has been luirraua oj me ooisneviKl oecausei of the trade advantages offered atj Batum, which' has been regarded in j Moscow as a corrmor wuicn per- a mitted the bolsheviki to bring in) 2? supplies from Europe. Reliable in- i formation from Batum, however, in dicates serious disturbances, the Georgian garrison there having r;- volted. This resulted in a pack ; and peonle stormed the shins in the j harbor, seek'ng to escape before I ; the arrival of bolsheviki troops, ! 1 which were reported in the neigh-j jborhood. . j It is understood the allies regard : the situation as so serious that they mission in. ueorgia. STATIONERY. For- Christmas All the Argus.. news all the time The 118 EightlenthSt. RoocIslanp,Ill. eaaasaw 3 COX'S JEWEL SHOP Moline v. 'as:.'l a. 15 4 w 'l ! 3 O ii O r- r ft A t ) r ' .fcVJ-.'" "4..,. ' The Tri-Cities' Wonderful Jewel Shop I Tlie store that serves the people when they need our goods most. I 10 DISCOUNT EVERY DECEMBER The goods sold are just as attractive as this beautiful front. V .' : , You hear about us through our SATISFIED CUSTOMERS. We are anxious to add your name to that list. ' '"f- ".S ;' ; ( If you call to see us we are sure we can satisfy you with our enormous stock of high H class merchandise.. " ' , 11 COX'S JEWEL. SHOP, 1530 Fifth Avenue, Moline His Gift is Here Xmas Neckwear Reduced f Wonderful economies in our fine neckwear. Fine domestic and imported silks in newest pat terns and latest shapes. Fine knit scarves $3.50 values r $20 Fine Vienna and Swiss silk scarves, $3.50 values at $2.50 and $2.00 Fine silk scarves, $2 - i f values at $1.50 and $1.25 Fine silk scarves $1.50 -.-values' 4UV 95c Shirt Special Special - Madras 1 shirts, with neat stripes, good vajue at ?3.&o, CO cn special... v6.0U Travelo sweater coal. Jersey knit, to be used instead of vest, all colors, 112.50 values . . 20 Discount $10.50 Manhattans Reduced Manhattan madras shirts with silk stripe &..S5.60 20 dozen Manhattan shirts, $5.00 value, at?!S$3.50 Mufflers is. fancy silk, knitted effects and sceordian weaves, strik ing colors , to at $2 to $15 Cotton Unionsuits All $3 grades now reduced to ....... $2.25 20 off on suits. - all other union- Likly Luggage Suit cases for men la i all leathers. Also ladies' bags in patent leather and seal. Suit IT . $3.50 to $28 Bags 10 to ISO. Steamer and wardrobe trunks $8.50 to $50. ' Sale of Hosiery $1.25 ' Iim ported wool hose, silk mixtures and clocked effects, $2 values at. . . $1.25 hose, Interwoven now silk 75c Interwoven lisle hose, now $1,50 $1.00 ... 60c Fur Caps Special purchase Hud son seal caps, all- sizes, regular $12.50 values ' gQ Fur Collars purchased at a ridicu lously low price,' Hudson seal, sea- g?.?6? $12,50 ROCK ISLAND L VI TTJi h tft. Cmn TheU All Enjoy GlHIIENET for Christmas IT 13 the Christmas present supreme, enjoyed by all the household, an addition without ' which no home is complete. " It plays xH record playsthem with a fwcet' nes3 and richness that cannot be imitated. ' For The Cheney embodies a series of rema'!; able inventions which have revolution-zed tte art of tone reproduction. Needle scratch is virtually eliminated "blast" is overcome. . And greatest rf H.The Cheney improves with age If ;e an old violin. "The Longfu You Plat It, The Swnnra It Gaowsw" The demand for The Cheney is treajendot r we strongly advise you to make an early choice. Cuytax At SkalJeae's Ueaas a Gcod Deal Ve Invite Yea (3 a Demonstration Juf cone into ocr store. her try ; rcoHs jroa wish en The Chfnry ni then dtti for yrarw'f if its tones arc not Rirpasiic.ir beentiful. Vfiih all its in"?rovmpfit in trr i reproduction, aaj cacm-fj toad, by th. Sn.st fam;ar crftma of. America, The Chney ew'i n irers th-n toy other phorcSrjph. Fr:c s of ih. rular rauieii r.nia fn.i Convenient Term if YouWua 132e-2245l!iAra. STOVFfi .cWetcRuSI I CUKE, ILLIXOIS IseawUHUII IS II