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' A motion for change of enue was filed and granted within few minutes. The court waived argument on the motion. OfiOUP INSPECTING SUGGESTED SITES FOR MILK STATION ' T TOPGlSflllTEO Jeaes aad Mm,' HetTaes, Ceaamit tod for Btffiauri Utnat tiniltr f Ataailt fc John Jones and DaridRlce, both negroes, were sentenced to inde terminate terms in Jtollet peniten tUrr yesterday afternoon by Judge iff. A. Larson in circuit jourt fol- lowing their admission of guilt in connection with the barglait of the Isoft drink parlor of Julius Himpe, ; Rock Island. The terms are for iceriods of 1 to 14 years.. I William lidran pleaded guilt? to assault of Bstker Parldon, and was ! sentenced totfttison. He WT11 serte , from one to 14 years, but this sen jtence will not begin until expira tion of his former sentence for i I similar crime. Ha served about four years of a 21-year term, v Horan's admission of guilt came a!ML surprise. When first arraign ed he bad pleaded not teuilty and indicated a determination to fight the charge. His Holiness Pope Pins XJ inspects the first automobile tot make its appearance within the Vatican grounds. The car, a machine . of Italian make, is a gift to the pontiff from the diocese of Milan, bis home. . - -y . BENNETT BUILDS ORGAN FOR PLOW x CITY METHODISTS Several sites for the proposed itatlon of the recently organized cooperative milk marketing asso- istiod in rock island was inpect- d today by a committee represent k the organization. It Is planned to erect a building t far from the business district t some centrally located point and equip it with the most modern ma chinery for the pasteurization and standardization of milk. A num ber of Rock Island business men ar subscribing to stock in the new tnterprise. The committee on the election of a site will make its report soon. ViCTTM OF GAg TANK EXPLOSION IS RECOVERING I The condition of Marsh Bell. 710 fifteenth street, who was badly turned about the face when a gas oline tank exploded whlie'he wa9 repairing it with Solder, is slight ly improved today. Although he is recovering, it is Still doubtful whether he will re tain the vision of his left eye or iot. Dr. T)e Rllva, said today. A piece of the hot solder lodged in his eye When the tank exploded. The other eye was not seriously burned. (SpMtal Jfoltue Serrks.l The Bennett Organ company will build the Orgn for the new Methodist church of Moline. Con tract price of the new instrument is 17,500. Attachments used In the organ which the Bennett company built for the Liberty theater, Davenport, severaf year, ago, will be used in the instrument for the Moline church. These attachments in clude aft echo organ, chimes and harp. The theater has been closed and the organ reverted to the btiild- er3. WALLACE lAte OF TtTlSS. Mr, and Mrs. John Wallace, 1010 Thirty-eighth street, are the par ents of twin sons,- born this morn ing at the maternity hospital in Moline. One of the young gentle men weighed 7 pounds, and the other four pounds. They will be welcomed at the Wallace home by two brothers and a sister. Father Wallace is reported to have pur chased a new hat. WARD HOME SOLD TO SERVUS HEAD JuJson J. Adams, president of the Serviis Rubber company, to day purchased the residence of J. W. Ward, 1707 Twenty-first street, and will take possession within a month. Siii''e removing to Rock Island from Chicago last June Mr. Adams has made his home at 1216 Twenty second street MOLINE SCHOOLS PAY $7.34 A TON FOR THEIR GOAL LACTTtlD? ON CT. PAUL E?TD3 . RTVm E2AS0N " Hlveiyeitttrslon keason will ebd tonighr when the St. Paul of the Streckfua fleet takes the last moon light .dancing trip down the river. Tht boat which came up for the legion convention, returned last night for an outing and hundreds of tri-clty people enjoyed the negro musicians' dance program. Pleas ant weather indicates a capacity crow tonight for the last river out ing of the season. Tomorrow the boat joins the J.'S. In the ftahaht harbor, where It will spend the winter. Streckfirs- offi cials announce that 1923 schedules will start first of the excursion steamers out of harbor About May L OFALLCIIAljOES Silvia Federation Officer Vindicated Br Man Atsaalte ii Barsteir '- Kidnap Case. . . (Special Moline Service.) The Molipe Consumers' company was yesterday afternoon awarded the contract td supply the IS pub lic schools of Moline with coal this winter. Price named by the suc cessful bidder was S7.34 a ton. Annual consumption of the schools is approximately 2t500 tons. .The contract specifies 6-lneh Montgom ery county soft coal. Delivery will begin at ottce and the supply" wUl be regulated by the supplies committee, composed; of Dr. H. S. Bennett, L. E. Niltt and W. J. Andreas. TWO ARE BLINDED -, TEMPORARILY BY GLARE OF TORCH (Special Moline BervieB.i -Frank Cronovet and , Joseph Black, electric welders at the Sil via shops, are suffering from acute retenitis, an affliction of the eyes, causing temporary blindness. The condition was caused by the- glare of the electric torch. Both Gron over and Black will be required to stay in total darkness for several days, which is the only means of effecting a speedy cure. Charges of assault against Matt J. Andrews, secretary of the Silvia hops. ' federation, . were . nolle prossed in circuit court this morn ing"rhen Cecil Robinson, com plaining witness, declared to Judge N. A Larson that Andrews was not j one oi tne men wno atiacneu. mm and another Burlington - employe the night of Sept 9, at Sarstow. Andrews was indicted by the grind jury Upon testimony of rail road agents, who quoted Robinson as having identified Andrews as one of his assailants. According to the story, Robinson was passing . through Mortne some time after the attack and observed a man anion a group on a street corner whom he said he recognised as having participated in the as sault. He ascertained the name of the suspect as Matt J. Andrews; ana carried his story , to the raHi agents. -The agents went before the grand, jury but in the meantime Robinson was summoned to Gales burg. Robinson was brought, back to SAMUEL H. HUNT ESTATE TO WIDOW Will ot Samuel H. Hunt OTRock Island gives bulk of estate to the Widow, Maude E. Hant. A bequest of $100 is made to Eudora L. HaotJ a daughter, yrne will which is oat ed Nov.Vig, 1921, was admitted to probate today by Judge Ben D. Farrar. WplGARETTEy .TSWWC It's toasted. This bne extra pfocess gives a delightful quality that ean not be duplicated POSTMASTERS IN NATIONAL MEET i Washington, Sept. 28. Partisan politics in the management of the postal service has given way dur-: ijig the present administration -to sympathetic personal co-operation, between the postmasters of the country and the central depart ment. Postmaster General Work declared in addressing the Opening session here of the National Asso ciation of Postmasters. The association will be in a ses sion three days and will be ad dressed by a number of high officials. 51 Word Rolls Special Sale AT Bring this list with you. ' tie Shttk k.;.... 69e BtumbUn ..fife fei Can Have Every tight ea Broadway ...Me PlctsJft tp nd Lay X Hewn fa On tit 'Gin, 'Gin, 6lnny Shore ..v.. .69c take Sunny Day Angel ChiM 69k Three CCIeek tu the Mornlnf 69e eeartrle .i.....i;.i..,.;.fe Tn-fiala Bites ......... ,e While fthuil Dreams ...-.ste Wheu Shall We Meet Agaluf .............. 8 wane River Veen 69fc Keitli the Seuth Sea - Meel ....... CalMsrnk Hebod lied t Why SheuM I Swaaee Cradle mj mmr .....J9e ;....69e . . . . .59e Tf x e 69e I9e 1904 18th 1099 versary Presents The Big Free Sale 104 P 1 Q99 Anm l versary The store that keeps the cost of living down. FISK4.00SLEY G DEPARTMENT STORE KCLIKIILL. If it isn't right tell us. We'll make it right. 18th Xki . AmiTCrsair? Sale, Sept 28 to Oct 7-9 Days For 9 business days we celebrate otir 18th Annual October Anniversary Sale the biggest merchandise event that comes to Moline in all the year. Hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of splendid new fall goods on sale at the lowest prices in the whole northwest. Thousands of Dollars' Worth of Beau tiful and Useful Presents Free to Cus tomers Buying Here During This Sale Here Are Only a Few of the Vast Array of .Beautiful and Useful Gifts, Free to Customers Any Day Every Business Day, from Thursday Morning, Sept. 28th to Saturday Night, Oct 7th. Free With Purchase Over $1.00 (Except Groceries): Pure animlritflti tntasnring enpt; a ufar tat, Vest lead Mnwn water glass; long cola handle sheet steel try inO; good sharp kltekea peeling knives; hand ion pure alum in am eake turn er. Fee With PurchaseT (Except Groceries), Otef- $2.50 Pure alum la am 9-pint podding pan; pare alaatlaoai S-piere rast er Mti; fdt kaae rass, tt. bjr S ft.; hae duo mrtjr flawered lat(e semi-ehloa taiad bawls. Free With Purchases Over; $5.00 (Except Groceries) Pnei albmiiam i-aart pre Hlnf Kettle; test plate (lass triMM wait mirrors; pnre aln Biaam ik-tlet. ebony handle. Free With Purchases . (Except Groceries) Over $7.50 Fifty-inch rag rags;, pare sin minum 2-quart doable eooher; , genuine "Pyrrx" flreproot ghts : brnid pan; pure aluminum S-qt. covered fonvet kettle; real star cot glass water pitcher. Free With Purchases . (Except Groceries) Oter $10.00 Large grass rags (5 feet); beautiful framed pictures; large -rag rugs; genuine "Pyrex" (fire proof glass) baking; dish. - Free With Purchases (Except Groceries) Over $15.00 Good eak finish Sewing rocker; plaM blanket. KOsH inches; gen. nine cat glass . handled flower basket; pore aluminum 8 -quart catered stewing . kettle; silver, plated "Pyrex" (fireproof glass) pie dish. Free With Purchases (Except Groceries) Over $25.00 Handsome 54 Inch Axmimter rug;. white enameled wall mrdUliie cabinet with shelves; pure solid aluminom disk pan. fbe if-ineh sixe; bandsome Fern taboret; large double sixe plaid bed t0an ket. , , Free With Purchases (Except Groceries) Over $50.00 49-pieee Sinner set, decorated semi-poreelaitt; large ell heater (will warm room 12x19); hand some golden oak penury, stands SO inches; ladies' fine rain coats: fumed oak telephone table and chairs. Groceries, Friday: Fresh Ripe Juler Peaches, small baskets, I5e. Golden Prahie Flour, 1.79 sack. Lima Bean 2 lbs. tar sSe.' ' Prepared Pancake Floor, S w. bag for SSe. PerfeeUM brand Table StraH. gaHoH can dSe. v Alaska Salmon, tail cans 2fle. ' Pure Can Granulated Sugar, Id Sm. for $1.00 with other grof erici aver Sl.eo. - . Peaberrr Coffee, S lbs. for I.N and 4 lbs. of Sugar free. Fresh Creamery Butter, two pounds to each at ST He lb. . t)riej Green f eas. S lbs. for 25e. Fresh Sods Crackers, 2 lbs. for 25c. Bulk Cocbanut, i lbs. for 45c. Powdered Sugar, 10c ft. Black Pepper, feronna. if ft. I Kellogg's Corn fakrs, 2 htff packages S3c. -' Rek Island yesterday tor US pur pose ef fdentifylng- Andre ws. Ho proaiptl7 , declared the man held under beads was not the one. Andrews declared this noon that he will 'institute suit for damages against ftofatsson sad Oscar Ma berrr, Burlington detectltb. promi nent in securing Andrews indict ment. DU4Jt3 ATTRACT hetahiHochaitt Twenty-five retail merchants will form a -delegation and motor ta-Edgington tomorrow where ther wm attend a cnicnen amner to ne served at noon in the Presbyterian church. v -Those -who plan on makidl the trip will meet at the hock ttland clsb at 11 o'clock in the morftlng. .Saturday a similar group will motor to Andalusia, where a chick en dinner will be served under the auspices of the cemetery associa tion. , .. OALUSIA BOYS PUT UtDER BOND Fbjlejr and Branter Are Held for CestrlbatlBg to Dellaqaeacj ! Girl. BAiwrf gauo 15 t. a Regnla, Sask Sept 28. Police said they believed an organised band Of rum runners and b"1:' rti. bers, . with headquarters 1 in i rosU.J United States, are respcioiuia un a series of daricg uuiuups lu ern Can?.u. - Andrew Plnley dhd Leonard Brimer, both of Addalnsia, furnish ed DOhds bl $500 each in county court this Abrhing when arraigned On charges of contributing to the dellnqojencr of Nettle Simmons, IS, una nucynarper, 10, aiso or Anda lusia. They will receive a hearing next Wednesday afternoon. Flhley and Bramer were arrested in Wapello, la., upon request of Hock Island county authorities and were returned to the city by Sher. Iff John- O. Miller yesterday. They protested that they were merely out for an automobile ride and were planning to return the girls to their homes. The couples left Andalusia Saturday. , ' The girls were declared delin quent by Judge O. 0. Diets and pa roled ts their fathers. All the news all the time The Argus. - KACfi itIDER I5JTEED. Carlinville. Sept. JS. John F61ey of Springfield was fatally injured when his mount in a steeplechase fell at the last barrier. i i 1 1 t ii DAVENPORT WOMEN'S FALL APPAREL VARIED IN STYLE AND PRICE TO MEET ALMOST - ANY TASTE AND PURSE Style-satisfaction and price-satisfaction 6 hand inliand at The Bee Hive. Here are to be found big assortments and a pleasing variety of types garments that have been carefully selected for sensible price as well as for smart style. ' , 7 . MANNISH L TOP COATS are destined to be very popular 7 For smartness and util ity combined, we've seen nothing to equal them for fall and winter wear. Of double faced and plaid back cloakings in service able, "becoming shades. Mannishly cut with rag-Ian-sleeves, belts, pleated backs, sarfd two or four pockets. Warm and stylish and suitable to almost any type and age. $20, $23.75, $28.75, $38.75 "FITRITE" BLOOMERS Sotriething entirely1 new hi bloomer design that gives a woman unlimited freedom of action and comfort, wfiich means absence of strain or binding. Many distinctly new features you'll ap preciate. Silk jersey and satins at $5.00. Domestic and fine French Sateens at $1.25 to $2.50 FUR COLLARED COATS Wrappy, Bloused, Belted or Draped You'll find them here, showing fashion's every whim and fancy.-New sleeve treat ments, flaring and Mandarin styles, that are particularly becoming some with fur cuffs, or finished with long silken tassels. Unusual variety to choose from now at al most any price. From $18.75 to $87.50 TRIMMED HATS at prices Remarkably low - SLIP-OVER SWEATERS in almost endless variety, and new ones cominjr in nearly every day. You will surely choose one or two more when you see these latest arrivals. Color combinations are particularly attractive and solid colors too in pretty new weaves. $1.95 to $7.50 Sugar cured Bacon, sliced, 20c . ... . x ' ' long Horn Cheese, 2sc lb. Soiled Ham, sliced, 4Se lb. Fancy Small Sifted Peas, SBe can. 'Mustard Ssfdifieii. c ean. ' Slice 3 Swoet Tickles, SSe JSr. BLAtJK. SATEEN APRONS Until you see a few of these new ones you will never realise what lovely apron dresses can be fashioned of black sateen and moire. Of course, they are brightly trimmed with figured cret6nne( yellow or red piping and rick-rack gay colored appliqued figures and bright medallions and such clever ways cf making pockets and sashes. $1.95, $2.50, $2.95 CHILDREN'S DRESSES Jurt too cnte for words are these new froc of Serge and granite cloth for girls from 2 to 14 years. , . BrJjl fed, nary and Irown eayly ornamented in teanr new ways. Colored stitruin;. Is employed to good advan tage, and many hare con trasting colored collars and cuffs. to 6 sites at I-J3 te : to 14 slses ft.; to $1-'..V $5, $6.75, $8.75 Prices you'll be glad to pay for hats with such evident quality and beauty. Every conceivable Style and shape is included: large, sall or medium and the beautiful silk velvets, and prettx trimmings are a delightful surprise at these moderate prices. HATS FOR GIRLS V of all ages. Hats for little tots, for the school miss, the bobbed hair girls, for the growing lass with proper fitting head sizes. MANY LARGE WOMEN have found how well they ean be fitted at The Bee Hive And many always plan to make selections earlyknowing how much better the varieties are now than they will be later in the.sea--son. The slenderizing fashions this year are particularly becoming. Suite, Coats, Dresses Rouses, Skirts, Petticoats. Bloomers House Dresses and Aprons in the Larger Sizes.