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7EEDSR0UCE Oil BAR RAIDS fjrrf' Charge To Go Get INer rcnnii; 01 oespmsioa . Leads to 11 Anwto. ! igleren arrests on charges of Uqoor galea were made by the po Hc In raids of a score or more of aloong late Saturday night Seven jf those arrested were fined $300 hcb In police, court berore mia-i jigbt Those arrested: 1 Louis Ortell, Fifteenth street and carta avenue; released on per usal bond to appear at later hear- Edward Bornemaa. Harms note! 'kIood, Eighteenth street and First ircBue; lined- $300. Edward Butler, Third avenue and fourth street; fined $300. v 'Albert Schmidt, Twenty-first itrtet and Fourth avenue: fined You Forget Louis Goderis, Eighth street and filth avenue; fined $300. . Peter Van Dyke, Eighth street jnd Fifth avenue; dismissed. Acbille Keys, rxmrin street ana Sfnth avenue; fined $300. ' Lincoln Pickup, bartender at Butler's saloon; dismissed. Edward Cramer, Twelftn street fend Eighth avenue; continued to lOct. 11 under ?500 casn bond. W. C. Sharp. Sixteenth street and fourth avenue; fined $300. Edward Stallens, -Ninth street land Ninth avenue; fined $300. , The raids were directly occasion ed by an impassioned oration May or Harry M. Schriver made at po lice roll call Saturday evening. This is my third order to you men to arrest hooch sellers and dis orderly house keepers and , in mates, he told them. "There have been no results to nir previous demands that you men fulfill the terms of your' oaths of office. This time there are going to be results. If you men are not smart enough or can't get anyone smart enough to help yon to seek out law Tiolatnrs, you are not wanted on this force. Threaten Replacements. ' "If all of you don't get busy to night and arrest tne lawbreakers, wuicb we know to- be conducting taeir places contrary to the law, other officers will be found to take your place, at the first opportunity." A squad of three omcers Kin ney, Shannon and Totten began going through west end dives hortly after nightfall. From this territory they took seven prisoners, together with a quantity of hooch and brew beer found in the five places they ' represented. Ortel s place, the Harms, Schmidt's and Sharp's saloons fere searched by another squad composed of Detectives Ginnane and Sehnert and Officer Harry: Fitzsimmons. I Acting Chief William H. Fitzsim- mons directed the raids from the police station. Police Magistrate J. Cleland presided in police court. In which trials were accord ed the alleged bootleggers as soon as they were brought in. The raids were general all over the city where soft drink bars and luspected houses of prostitution or assignation are located," the acting chief told The Argus. Every place all of them were Marched by the police. These liquor law violators were the only persons arrested, however. The officers found no evidence of dis orderly conduct and arrested no women or men on that charge." Ortell and Cramer to Fight. Few of the defendants offered much defense in court. Several of them pleaded guilty, while others djd not capitulate until confronted ny tne evidence which in some ases was large and in others small. Ortell and Cramer said thev will tent the cases against therd. Home brewed beer was found in the raids cn their places. Ortell, well known to the police, had no trouble in fetting release on a personal bond to appear Monday evening. Cramer, less influential, produced a cash tond of $500 for his hearing Oct. The Argrua on Aug. 5 printed the followinfr'prom es on behalf of the Rock Island city and county governments: . v .... . Enforcement of the liquor laws, including the sale of intoxicant beverages in soft drink - -. parlors and the traffic in hooch and booties - whisky. - . 2. Closing of disorderly houses and driving ' from the ci.wtof prostitutes, street' walkers and their male consorts. . 3. Elimination of tool gambling, if aay exists.' 4. Removal of slot machines and like gamb ling devices, i v j "This is to be no spasmodic clean-up," City f Attorney Scott said. "We are going to make it V thorough and lasting. We ask the cooperation t of the public and urge that any citizen -who has f knowledge of law violations call Chief Cox or . Sheriff Miller, or "both, and give them the infor mation. We" are going to clean house and the strict enforcement of the law will continue at least as long as the present city administration is in office." ' t Sheriff Miller reiterated Mr. Scott's state s ment. "The county and city have joined forces and we are going through with this thing if it's the last thing we do. We want the police to help us and with that cooperation granted, we prom- ise that the community will have nothing to Complain of in regard to law enforcement." T This is Oct. 9. Conditions against which the city and county authorities pledged themselves to act on Aug. 5 still prevail in Rock Island. CUTTER STOiiE KIVJALKS 0UTvrnisi6o Raxh at Satarday Clealag. Tarns ; Into Panic With Receipts :-. JSwi easterner Retaras. noram holders sotick. Otienl No. 404. ' Notice is hereby given to all per son interested that the board of local improvements of the city of Rock Island,. 111., has Sled in thej VWU17 wan i una isisaa cuuiy a certificate of the cost of the Im provement entitled in said court. "in m petition of the City el Rock ."Island. Ill, to assess the cost of the paving with brick of Eigh teenth avenue from Twenty-seventh to Thirtieth etreeU." and aatd es ciBcate also shows the court costs, the amonnt of ; accrued interest, and the total - amount of said as sessment, and said certificate also states that the said improvement conforms substantially to the re quirements of the original ordin ance lor; the construction of the same as required by law; also a supplemental assessment roll, upon which the amount of s deficit in the assessment, vlx; ll.S56.75, has been , . spread ratably In addition to the! assessment already made, has been filed in said proceedings, and that final hearing on said, certificate and original and supplemental assess ments will be had oa the 10th day of October. A. D. lWt. at the hour of a o'clock a. D..or as- soon there after as the business of the court will permit. AM persms desiring may file ob tions in said court before said if and may appear oa the hearing and'isake their de- at Rock bhtad. IU, ' ta day of October. A. D. UU H If. 8CHRIYER, - v FRANK WICH. ,- , - u. t: rudgren. ; ; JOHN MURIUM. WILLIAM FITZSniMOrO: Board of Local Improvements M the pity of Rock Island, 111. , .. ail the NewsAll the Ttme T Argus v GERMAN THEATRE IS REVIVED WITH FULDA'S DRAMAS and A. K. Fahrner, tal music. played inciden- Giving three one-act plays by Ludwig Fulda, a company of play ers under direction of C. Muth Ackerman delighted an audience of several hundred at a revival of the German drama last night in Dav enport. Though the evening was not a pronounced success financial ly, it was good enough to warrant another production soon, and Mr Ackerman is contemplating produc tions of a larger sort. Abearance of Hazel Holm, a Rock Island girl, as ingenue in dir. plays. was a delight to her friends. Al though it was her first stage work, Miss Holm distinguished herself by her grace and charm. The leading lady, Paula Jagemnn, formerly of the Philadelphia German theatre, now resident of Davenport, was fascinating in all her roles. Mr Ackerman himself took the lead in two of the plays in the style Ger man people of the tri-cities ad mired in former years. The work of Curt Benisch, a Chicago actor, was also admirable. They presented the two come dies, "Unter Vier Augen" (Under Four Eyes), "Fraulein Wittwu" (Miss Widow), and the drama, "Die Zeche" (The Reckoning). The au ditorium used was that of the St. Joseph's school, Sitth and Mar quette streets. In their Usual ar tistic way, the Kuntsler trio, Hen ry Sonnt&g, Miss Dorothy Schreiber STUDENT COUNCIL NOMINATIONS MADE Students of Rock Island' high school classes have nominated 15 pupils each for election to the Student Council. The final election will be held Friday cither at class meetings or at the first period j minute, so great classes. The presidents of the classes are ex-6fficio members of the council. In addition four girls and three boys are elected from each class. The president of the council is selected from the organization but class presidents are not eligible. -Honesty of a good-hearted house wife turned tragedy into Joy Sat urday night for the girl clerks in the Sanitary Butter store, 1618 Sec ! ond avenue. . It was all a matter Of $160, which was lost and then was found. ! At 10:39 o'clock Saturday night j : Miss Frances Mason, 3145 Ninth i , street, . one of the clerks, counted the evening's receipts, preparing to ' i closia the store. She placed the ; j money $160 from one register and ; $87 from the other in separate : I packages wrapped in paper, -and. laid these packages on the coun-i ter. ::'' ' ' Just then four or five customers.' all strangers to the clerks, came ; in and made some purchases. When they had gone Miss Mason went to : pick up the packages of money. j i One was gone! j j Immediately a scene of tears and ; despair ensued: The police were called and, believing a holdup had j been perpetrated, they came in ; forfce and on the run. The invest igation started. Mildred Whiteside. 536 Twenty-third street, and Flor ence Polph, 1318 Third avenue, the clerks, describing the customers and furnishing such information as they cqpld about the "holdup." Gets Wrong Package. At this moment, the telephone ; bell rang and a matronly voice on the other end "of the wire told Miss Mason that by mistake the owner had picked up a package which did not belong to her, in making some purchases at the butter store. , Miss Mason was speechless for a was her relief. Officer Orville Bragg had to tell , the housewife that police would be "right up" to get the package. j Mrs. William Humes, 2812 Eighth avenue, was the woman who took; the $160 package and returned it'-: with apologies to police and the; clerks. j For Constipated Bowels, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Bilious Liver The. nicest cathartic-laxative in the world to physic your liver and bowels when you have Dtesy Head ache, Colds, Biliousness, Indiges tion, or Upset, Acid Stomach 'is candy-like "Cascarets." One or two tonight will empty your bow els completely by morning, and you will feel splendid. They work while you sleep." Cascarets never stir you up or gripe like Salts.' Pills, Calomel, or Oil and they cost only ten cents a box. Children lore Cascarets, too. (Advertiser meat) BLACKHEADS arc Embarrassing Oh! how can I get rid of them enjoy the olory of a ctear (skin? TWt. J.. t e a e m lead you into a world you ( (probably have never known I before. wnrlii nf inrr where strong light and love are welcome, where spotted . faced embarrassment 'is no ' I more! 8. 8. s. mmka th. Uood rlefe and I Pr. and hl your Mood t M ' impuritica, Tour atnbbora blotehaa, , Pimply, blaekhaacb. aenc, nah. tct I . Miw Kthd Rom. 423 X. Water .' Painted Port, K. Y.. writaa: I waa troubled with plnplca oa nr lu. uu .l. t . i "Wwd to taka 8. & S. 1 found I" ai claimed, aa It certainly pari, my rBtrra and mr cowplaxioa now clear." AnV Otml i)m mam mmm r with a. s. a. Rock Island. IU. Here's Our' Tuesday 'Leajder' -A Sale of Poiret Twill Dresses) in smart mod&ls for women and misses Unusually priced at $14.9: Theses Dresses are fashioned from All Wool Poiret Twill, in Navy only. All are well tail ored and neatly trimmed with braid and em broidery: 'These will be shown for the first time Tomorrow. ' v , '' ' . Ready-to-Wear Section, Second Floor. . j Received Another Big Shipment of Women's Sweaters In Tuxedo and Slipover Styles SLIPOVER STYLE TUXEDO STYLE $2.95 to $6.50 $5.50 to $12.95 These re made from fine worsted yarns, in a large assortment of weaves, colors and color combinations. In selecting from these groups you1 will have no trouble in finding the particular color wanted, Ready-to-Wear Section, Second Floor. 1870-1922 L. S McCabe & Co., Rock Island; I1U PHONE R. 1. 344 M 52nd Anniversary Sale HP H E S E C OND and last week; of this big sale starts with hundreds of dollars1 worth of new goods just opened for your inspection. New Ready-to-Wear, new Millinery, new Piece Goods, new goods in all de partments. FREE SOUVENIRS ' . - Never have we offered such a variety of articles to select from. Visit the Third Floor and make your selection. 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