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IrW) ,- , jw : 1 ram treed at aa eotomoblle -'- j wneei on Tnir itMU V i Twesrfcy-Uird aad Twenty i Hmto at 1 'clock this aft- eagle M lot creaked or " "zA. H tu dassaged. being VHl U loss U estimated at itailniMUN. ' eagle m tot la tne Mmt J. It wu percked la tie via . t taa Ceetlnl Moaaic Til " ' .aha MoM 1"-tetl i-k aaatl M, tojiv .Miat awii track 414 aot raa over It, al- a M of the track wheel! 414. A ft track belonging to tie L. R. t iaaa can pur. First avenue Nineteenth street, was being JiVen along Third avenue. The f .axel broke and one of the .at wheels refused to atop. It relied aloag by Itself for about fifty rardt, not even noticing it the rest li taa track was comiai. Pedes trians gasped at the tight and the irtvtr of the truck registered die-1 jnsL He was heard to say: "If I had known this before I would save atlppad that wheel on the raar axel and could have got more ower out of this bus." The wheel evidently through aith the free exhibition, sought an opportunity to go on display. It Headed for the Caaiini Mosaic t nit company building, crashed through a plate glut window, ihattered a mosiac eagle and other nieces, and proceeded to stop in he most advantageous spot among the debris, aa if it had been placed la display to show what one dog (one good wheel could do when it took the notion. Information from the mosaic and tile company was 10' the effect that the proprietors are out or tne city, but that dam ; age, when accurately estimated, Will reach several hundreds of dol lars. MEXICO GUARDS S ARREST YANKS 1 $,......, . . - I I V I I . I I mmtn AT 013 PARTY C?A!n!I FMIXE ; IS 1T HEW Y03K 0MVAYT0CU3A Lady Caroline Petre and aer t oa, head af the house. Lady Caroline Petre, member o f one of the oldest famillea in Eng land, has been sworn in aa iustioe of the peace for the county of Es sex. England. In 1863 the fourth b aron of the family line died in the tower of London, where be had bee n incarcerated for his religion. Lady Petre't small son la now the head of the bouse, as his father was killed in the World war. , Imkcrt ajai Faaadea Daaeesad La-eae Faatatw VaMRw IfHU. . j Rock Island atria of Eaglet will observe lAa exit of U20 and the advent of l21 tooorrow night with aa old-tiaM bouae party aad dance ' ... MkU 111 Lata.k. ' Wlia iBBGuaun. i turn wui uw Eaclaa' acUvttioa for the year to a Suing close and all members of the lodge and their fanuuea nave Daen Invited to attend. - j The first ChriataiaB tree aad an-: tert intent tor taa families of Eagles was a big toccata from ; every standpoint Entertainment was furnished In toe lorat or ze sets by the children. Henry Rin tleman aa SanU Claus and Mra, Oberiander, nil lady bountiful, dis tributed 500 boxes of candy, or anges, balloons and horns to the children during the 3-hour enter tainment: This will be made an annual feature. The children of the Bethany home were not forgotten. At the conclu sion' of the entertainment at the lodge rooms Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus repaired to the home of the orphans, where Christmas trees were found in the boys' room, the girls' room and in the nursery- One hundred boxea filled with goodie were distributed at the home. The Salvation Amy was remembered also. " - ' Nogalea, Arlx., Dec. SO. A party five American soldiers, under Command of Lieutenant H. H. Luther of the topographic depart ment of the army, were taken into Custody here today by a party of Mexican fiscal guards .when they motored across the international boundary line into Mexico at Sasa be, Bonora, The soldiers were said to be aeeking water. , . " The prisoners were' brought to Nogsjes, where they were held for several hours in the municipal Jail, ponding a conference between American Consul Francis E. Oyer, Mexican Consul Monteverde and Lletuenant Scott Israel, army in telligence officer. They were re bated on parole with instructions to report In the morning to the Mexican immigration officers. Bend ing an answer to a wire sent Sec . rotary of War Calles at Mexico city for advice. OPEII Oil CLOSED ISIIOPTESTPLAH i ' Iaaa WUI Be Tried Oat la Traa. ' avrtatlM Siftf-a of Country ' Women's Part. Itachigan City, Ind.. Dec 3. i.vai-o ireas). The issue of the V. tn or dosed ahop wUl bo tasted 4 the transportation systems of Ika country, John M. Glenn, secre tary of the Illinois Manufacturers' association, declared here today in . Kareeaing a group of the city's bus 'lrsa tn!' .-uienn outlined the open shop ff It which manufacturers hare puaaed, declaring It waa not a "against unionism but for , A'naricaiam." -f UUam Butter orth, president of Illinois Manufacturers' assocla- til, has called a meeting of leading , xaCl in Industry for Chicago next month to organise for the open shop . . tight. .- 4 fGlenn said prior to the war $5 p can( of tn railroad employe of ui country were union members M V: now -practically 100 per cent ar vrotnernooa men. Ha said the lit reaae waa duo to government pt-vroi or raiirdads. Organised labor Is planning coup to establish collective bar gaining and the cloaad shop throngs ; taa railroad organ! xa lions," Glenn ad. j iotnen, Glenn said, would play an important part in the open shop rVoman hat proven her ability , toltake her place in industry," he EXPLAIN "JAP" NEGOTIATIONS Widening of , Land Law ; Causes Withdrawal of All Opposition to California Measure. pletely demolished, hut no one was Injured. Causa of the explosion was not determined. Damage from fire wss estimated at $2f,300, which includ ed destruction of seven motor trucks and one motor car. The old church building waa used aa a garags. WIPE OCT FAULT. Fairfield, Conn., Dee. 30. (Unit ed Press). Aa entire family of seven was wiped out by a fire here Tackimovltch, 54; his three sons and three daughters. The children were: Henry, 3; George, 4; John, $; Alice, 9; Anna, 8, and Nora, 10. Washington, Dec. 30. (By Unit ed Press.) An account of the ne gotiations which preceded and led up to the reported action of Japan in withdrawing opposition to the California anti-Japanese land law was made available to the United w.inAnw ni-Tiurr Press today from a highly authori- MeADWS OUTIJIU. tative source. , New Yora. Dec. 30. tunitra 1. ...,a 1 . . u I Press.) William li. mcaqoo, n.s with the negotiation between Am- Wlfe afnd. ",r two " baasador Sbidehara and Roland leTe USt S5S Morris. American ambassador to ! Rf moth! Japan, that Shidehara had infer- "on Tto will stay at mally withdrawn objections to the Beverly Hills, near Los Angeles. uauiornia measure after the pro posal to widen tie law to include all aliens had been put up to him. The story as given to the United Press follows: A short time ago certain mem bers of congress called on Morris, who is conducting the negotiations with Japan for the state depart ment, and outlined plans to make the California law apply to all aliens. They suggested that such an ex tension of the law would be very advisable,, that it would eliminate the discriminatory phase of the law, as it applied to Japanese sub jects, and might prompt Japan to withdraw her protest To so widen the law would make it necessary for the United States to make con cessions to placate the sensibilities of Japan, whose claim was that the law was discriminatory to her sub jects. Ambassador Morris, it is under stood, approved the plan on foot to extend the land law if this was the desire of California. Later, Morris told Shidehara of the plan. It is understood the lat ter was greatly surprised and ask ed 24 hours to consider the mat ter. . .' - At the next conference between the two ambassadors, Morris brought up the question. Shide hara, it is understood, replied rath er nervously tbat Jaoan waa not worrying any more about the Call iornia law, and according to the most responsible information stat ed definitely in effect that Japan wtinurew ner protest. HOUSING BILL. , Washington, Dec. 30. (United Press.) A bill creating a federal housing and construction' commis sion waa introduced today by Sen ator Calder, New York, chairman of the senate reconstruction com- mtitee, which baa been making an investigation of the housing situa tion throughout the country. 1 ; ? - I : ----'rini ii 1 nmcLosED iwitt ! Imki Jan. s as rm- loaalr Anaaacti A Caatinae. . Detroit, MiciL, Dec. W.-An-nouncament waa made today by the Ford Motor company that its High land Park plant, which closed on n 2 for Inventory, will not re- Aitun am Jan. 3. aa planned, but will remain cloned indefinitely. The statement aaid: . "The eoxnnany has soar decided not to reopen the plant next week, but will resume operations aa early, as possible. The assembly plants throughout the United States -in continue their operations aa naual." The statement added nothing in explanation and officials or tne romnanv declined to discuss the shutdown. At the time of the closing of tne plant for inventory, approximately 50,000 workers were employed in the parent plant at Highland Park. Prince Harol A. de Bourbon. The photograph shown Prince Harol A. de Bourbon, who recently landed In New Tork for a brief stay. The prince, who is the fa vorite cousin of King Alphonso of Spain, la on his way to Cuba. FILES CONTEST. Springfield, 111., Dec. 30. Alleg ing fraud and gross irregularities in the election, James T. Prender ga8t. Democratic candidate for representative from the Ninth dis trict filed a contest with the sec retary of state . today. Morris today. The victims were Felix Lewis. Republican, colored, also filed a contest of the election for representative in the Third dis trict Both men are of Chicago. COURT ISSUES WRIT. Springfield, 111., Dec 30. A writ of supersedeas waa issued by Jus tice Carter of the supreme court this morning in the case of George A. Stamatides and George Douraa, officials of the Greek-American bank of Chicago, who were con victed of receiving deposits after the bank was insolvent They were riven indeterminate sentences and final S90I1 Afth CHARTER NEW BANK. Springfield, 111., Dec. 30. A char ter was issued the Scheobert A Amberg State bank, 4140 West North avenue, Chicago, by the state auditor today. It will have 1200, 000 capital stock and 50 shares. C. F. Scheubert is president and K. F. : Stone, cashier. MoGANNON JURT OUT. Cleveland, 0., Dec. 30. (United Press.) The jury was still out this morning in the case of Judge Wil liam H. McGannon, chief justice of Cleveland's u municipal courts, charged with second degree mur der in connection with the slaying of Harold Kagy here last May. The jury waa given the case late yes terday. AUTHORIZE BONDS. Springfield, 111., Dec 30 The t MWpautboro Telephone company waa authorised to issue 1150,000 ler cent, 20 year gold bonds by that state public uUlitiea commis si today. These bonds. It direct ed, must produce 00 per cent of face . value. The money is to be need to. Improve service .and the nam - Mr of 'suburban wires, and to . parchaae the Gordon Telephone cct2paay of Chester. , ?4 HI6HU GAS BAR. J rprlngfleld, m, Dec. jn.iB. , eiY ed gas ratea effective Jan. 1, m a granted for Mt Vernon, by f -state public utilities eommls r ? today. New rataa will t: UAe for that a w lower lOjaat cable i - "a r. re wUl BEING DISORDERLY COSTS BIO FINES William Somers and John Pearce- man drew fines of $25 each on charge of disorderly conduct be fore Magistrate D. J. Cleland in po lice court today. The men were al leged to have conducted themselves in an insulting way In the presence of women on the streets. Personal Points o . -. " Mr. and Mra. N. I Jenaenv of Floor. Ala., aaaoance the birth of a daughter, Dec 24. She kaa pew named Vivian May. Mra. Jensen waa Mlaa Ethel Cowdea of this city before her marriage. - John HodgaoB ' returned to hit home In Jacksonville, 111., after spending a week wiU hU son, W. M. Hodgson, 122S Twelfth street ' Mra. Mary H. Wadsworth leaves this week tor Pasadena, where she will spend the winter mount, TRIOWDOEmLL INSTALL ME WLY naiied omcms FuELPSQlITui; i:oldqeti::3 111 ROCK U Cenreatkt (4 Deaiert Optit Xtxt Taeadav One Hualnd ffty to Attend. '-'.'1..' Dealers and distributors of i Phelpa Light A Power ooirauy equipsnent, which is nauafaeb i u w wj, wiu gamer a Rock Island next Tuesday for a tars. day convention. Jan. 4, 5 aai- C. 1 Over one hundred fiftv maa - -' WMWj U Trk lodge. No. 57, A. F. A. M., ! pected, and tome of the moataraa will stage installation exercises to-' inent farm men In the fan lfeat night at tie Maadnlc temple to be'" w"nb"',nne".1" eeaauy .... ,, 1 will take prominent parts la til followed by a dace. The foltow-j progra -Wcn hM beeniuriBhi ing officers, together with appoln- The Phelpa product is aat 0 tive officers, will be inatalled: the market through an omaha. Worshipful master w. f. Keeiey. tion which reaches every career of Senior warden-rSam Burgess. Junior warden a L. Chapman. Secretary Ray 0. Roderich. Treasurer Henry Kramer. the country and comprises 22 du. tributors and 400 dealers, atthow! of course not all will be able to. tend the convention. PAID LABOR LEADERS. Chicago, Dec. 30. (United Press) Evidence has been presented to I the federal grand Jury investigating ; the alleged grafts in building) trades here that from $1,000 to $20,-, 000 waa paid by builders to labor) leaders in the city tor every build- i Ing erected at a meant of prevent-1 ing strike, the district attorney'i1 offlce aanoanced today. - j Five labor leaders are under in- 1 vestigation by the grand Jury. La- r bor leaden informed builders that1 unless the money was paid a strike : would be called, the district attor-' aeyeald. ' GRANTS AUTH0RJTT. CW... Til IW 9A Ak. Hinu.KM.l1., . mrwm ww. a.uivi - , lty waa gran tad the Chicago A Jo- .1 liet Electric railway to lane $1,-1 350,009 preferred stock and $6,000. 000 in honda. by th state public : utilities commission today. Per mission waa also granted the com-! paay to parchasa the Chicaro A' Dea Plalnea Valley Electric Rail way company and to aaaasae its obllgationa. CHURCH STEirLB FALLS. , Kanaaa City. Mo, Dec 10. (Unt- ad PraaiLl A lim rhnrrK ateMla for the frrt 11 j barwd front Jta tnoottec by ra allowing an explosion aarty today, tell anon the noma oecnatad mr Bor F-wk aad tamUy whila thay itent. New Victor RecQrds for January Make your selection from the best achievements of the world's leading artists. You will enjoy hearing these records, and we will be glad to play them for you at any time. 74651 64915 12 10 74652 , 13 74653 64916 87572 74G54 87573 64919 ' " " " " Number Size Mefistofde L'altra nette (They Threw My Child Into the Sea , ' ' Franees A Ida Turkish March (From "Ruins of Athens") Violin Miscba Elman Quartet in D Miner AUegrette aw nan treppe (Mozart) Flontaley Qaartet Mlgaon Pelonaise, "Io sea Titaaia" (Tm Fair Titauia) . AmeHto Oaffi-Carel LUe OrviUe Harraid Baajs Seng Mae. BaaMr aad Miss Laaise Haver Elijah if With AH Yaur Hearts Edward Johnson Since Ten Went Away John MeCermaek and Frits Kreiiler Le Ceueaa (The Cuckoo) riano Sergei Rashmaninot Aadrea Cheaier Ntaake ddla patriee? (The Enemy of His Country?) Titta Roto 88626 Stein Song Rdnald WerranraUi 64914 Tbat Naughty Walts i olive Kline-Elsie Baker Alabama Maaa OUre KUae-EWe Baker 45203 Alice Blue Gown Walts Joseph C. Smith s Orchestra Tripoli Medley Walts Joseph C. Saailh's Orenaetra 18700 I Lave Tea Sunday Medley Fax Tret The Benson Orchestra of Chicago Oh Gee! Oh Gash! One Step The Beaton- Orchestra af Chicago 18701 My Sahara Rose Medley Fox Trot Accordion Pierre Slop It! One Step Accordion Pletro 187CT I've Got the Blue, for My Keatarky Home ; " AOeea Stanley uLlfJ Aiteen SUsdey-18703 Sally Green (The Vfltage Tamp) Billr Murray Ive Get the AC-D Bluea Billy Murray-Ed. Ssaalle-18704 eJ Homer Rodtfce.-, 'F"I7.S-) Ct-rk, HarriM. 5ZJ?1 tar Prt- 014 P Wh, mat Tea Aaswer Met .'15l3 S-18708 Grievtog far Xoa-Faather Year Nest Fes Trot Bot--8708 Faal WUteasaa aad Hto Bndisttsiiii rtnai.i.. My Wonder Girt-Caral Sea-Foa Trat .. .. Weatt F- Whlt-a- , AmlmmUlr Oraawtra-357B 12 10 10 12 10 10 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 12 VICTROLA HEADQUARTERS florberg Rusic House TlWr " Ate Our Record tfocftt cutfrulng 2SJ100 ulec tions are three time aa targe mm mmf 9thr m sue m-cuies. Oalg Narbera'B have fatten trained aalet ladiet. Unexcelled aervice and equip atent, - t . a Tim aim that mtmtkt cmtef thbtf vmm LEY UOLalKIILL. KflaX WtVami IttitU 1 Store Will Be Open Friday from 8 a. m. to 5 p. u Closed all day Saturday, New Tear's Sale Special Bargains, All Over the Store. And for Each Dollar You Spend You Get A 25c Rebate Coupon. " Come in. Pick out your bargains. Get your Rebate Coupons. When you buy $1.00 or more, during this sale, anywhere in our store (except groceries knd goods already specially reduced), you will be given one of these 25c Rebate Coupons, for every dollar's worth of your purchase. t SAMPLE SAMPLE nSROOSLEYO REBATE COUPON i25ci Good as money anywhere in our store (except groceries) before Feb. 1, 1921 For $1.00 you get 25c For $2.00 you get 50c For $3.00 you get 75c For $5.00 you get $1.25. For $10.00 you get $2.50. For $20.00 you get $5.00. For $50.00 you get $12.50. For $100.00 you get $25.00, and so on. That means that you get back in any goods you choose (except groceries) One-Fourth (25 percent) of your purchase. These Hebate Coupons are as good as money in any department in the Fisk & Loosley stqre, (except groceries), any time before February 1. Save your Rebate Coupons if yon want to put a lot of them into something big. The more you buy here during this sale, the more 25c Re bate Coupons you get. Groceries, Friday; Granulated Sugar, with other groceries, 3 pounds for 25c. Spring Chickens, dressed and drawn, 32Vtc pound. Fresh Bread, two 10c loaves to each for 15c. Fresh Baltimore Oysters, 69c quart. Fresh Head Lettuce, 25c pound. Boilai Ham, sliced, half peaa4 far 23c Cooked Pork Teaderloia. sliced,, naif penal for see. Summer Sausage, SSe ponad. ; Loag Hera Cheese.- SSe nenaA, Red Alaska Salmon, tall eaa, STe. Grated Pineapple, No. 2 eaa, SSe. Oil Sardines, 4 eaat far SSe. Pure Baspaerry aad.Piaeoott Preserves, 4Se Jar. "Crlaco," iv pouad eaa 4Sc. Qoeen Olives, short quart, eSe. Bear Pickles, SOt 4snan Extra blend Coffee, S neaaee far SI M. Extra large Califoraia'Oranges, SSe dan. New California Figs, S packages for SSe. Sbelied Rice Pop Corn, S pounds tar SSe. Cleaned Currants, SSe aackage. "BremangeloB," assorted flavors, 10c pk. Puffed Wheat, S packages for SSe. Asparagus Tips, SSe can. Faner Pickled Beets. S cans far 4Se. Vaeeda Biscuit, S paekagea for 26c Carotene Milk, small cant, Sc can. All tfce flews AB tfce tic -Tte Argus M te rear -i 1 I'