JjjT 4 St
iCMlm Kttlifm fee. .,
t- - x
C3B of obtaining .Wt b-
t2 rUne vera . AM to-
M uaiut Oarance, Roblnaoa,
! r-L Or, br Mrs. Janata Pal-
WlUm court, Daven
lt It to practically bar whole
"itateflf of Um cum were 'laid ba-
-TtHnmeT-Generml Baa filhann
"la Clty Saabrday aftrenoon
a pi nwmwii, mi, rv
rtjwn waa arrested In Port-
kal dree days ago on warrant
jgalkr th Heil-McClimana Jew
m company, Davenport, on
ftp that Robinson bought dla
ajaa rings valued at $1400, mak
tt a payment of only $reo. Ha ia
m -at of concealing property par-
1 gander a coadiUoael .bill of
fcSPlmr said Robfasoa won
t coatWence by offering, to aaaiat
ia'la financial nattera. Ouetpf
M ta)t actions, aba affirms,- waa, to
tabr various sami of moneyfrom
lar pretending be made trim to
saUyinc cities In an effort to aell
M la library of ber late bua
I wad. Wiliard Palmer, former Ma-
JaNteta attorney. Boon be prom-
aai matrimony, ana asserts, and
drawn off ber guard, she saya sbc
jet ber entire trust in him. He
Itli her, she claims, that be was a
yatltby farmer in temporary tmnJ
mi anncuiuea, out mat he owned
tie homes in Mason City, Iowa.
Mrs. Palmer baa . been sending
aooey to Robinson and did not
aapect that he Intended anything
wrong until recently She alleges
iOst Robinson waa married In Wil
ton, iowa last August. This re
tort has not been Terified.
BURNS AT OSHKOSH
I The steamer. -Vatlav Onnn far.
ierly the Cboate. owned bv A. L.
anppe, 2oafe st Hixtn street,
Davenport, was destroyed by Are
a? nnknown origin Saturday at its
on me, rox rirer, usnkosn
Vis. The Teasel waa valued al
111.000 and was Inanreil tar 17 Klin
lie names burned the craft to the
The HtpamoF was hnllt In h
flBrin ship yards in Davenport 12
"so- uui year it was sold
tt H. P. Mohl. Peoria. I1L, who re
modeled it into a handsome float.
inf dance hall and excursion
aesmer. A steam organ was in
tailed on the boat. Recently i
ni bought by Mr. Knappe.
THREE INJURED IN
AUTO CRASH UPON
TiH--i- . f
fcteaJoVt tiZ" "nJ'
j L Clean Towel BerrtoaL Pbon
"ntagton, Nov. 13-In a letter
Senator Lodge. Republican lead
w. Senator McCormlck, Illinois,
wested abolition of the senate
ratority rule on committee chair-Mhips.
A GJTFT inthe"
hand is bettetthan
Wo promises. And
one look through .
the A-B-C Classi
fied Ads is worth a
dozen t wishes to
Read them today I
pcvtisf or point
Gaxe on a real "Flapper type,'
all who have pucsled over the 1922'
addition to feminine pulchritude.
committee of distinguished ar
tists selected 18-year-old bfabelle
Woodland of Swampscott, Mass., as
the "Typical American Flapper"
from thousands of photographs sub
mitted in the conteBt of the Flap
per Magazine. The " priae winner
upsets lots of flapperisb gossip.
She shuns powder and paint! She
is a good hoaseketper and likes
to cook! And what is more, she
goes to bed at 9 and gets up at 6!
MORE BOYS THAN
aiRUS IN OCTOBER
The number of boys born during
October waa slightly more than
that of girls, according to a report
today -issued by Dr. A. N. Mueller,
city physician. Seventeen boys
were born in Rock Island last
month while there were but 15
girls. , T
, Parents of girls artfr. and Mrs.)
Lyons, H- R. Tanner, J. F. Trager,
L. W. Sperling, R. C. Huntley, J."
C. Rlnck, J. P. Maloney, Joshua
Yocnm, Cajvin Karr, Harry Rich,
Fred Harms, Bertel Jennisch,
Parents of boys are' Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Madden, Clarence H. ICruse,
Charles R. Salter, Nathan Glad-
man, J. E. Bledsoe, F.Gs Collins,
R. O. Meyers, W. F. Rosenbaum,
Benjamin Harris, Richard Sudlow
E. J. Schmidt, D. J. McConnell.
Martin Qullty, G. E. Meredith, John
E. Samuels, Abigah Ward and H.
Two nrls and a man wnm in.
tared when an automobile driven
7 "Campy" Powers Davenport po
lice character, crashed into the cat
of R. L. Martin, 1605 Twenty-
eiglith street. Rock Island, at the
intersection of Rockingham road
IUd Linnoln fi.TnnA Ttavonnrki
me mjurea are Ernest Mills,
who was thrown out of Powers'
car. Vireinia Martin l4.vaiir.nM '
daughter of Mr. Martin, and Vir-(
Kinia McCabe, 14 years old, 3004 1
Eighteemh avenue. Rock Island. I
Mills suffered two deep gashes on'
bis forehead and was knocked nn-1
conscious when he Rfriipk f ho 4troot
The Martin girl was cut on the face
ad arm by broken windshield
flats while the McCabe girl suffer-
n a severe bruise on the head. Mr.
Mrtin, who was driving, was un
injured. Powers disappeared after
the crash and has not yet been lo
itL Mills was taken to Mercy, hos
pital where Dr. George Braunlich.
wnnty physician, stated that he
intoxicated. The two girls were
ken to their homes.
Mr. Martin was returning from
high school football game and
s driving east on Rockingham
M- It is said that Powers was
wiving on the wrong side of the
Ow 17 MWm Ian Vmi YeaiSg
PHONE R. I. 230
Don't Neglect a Cold
Mothers, don't let colds get under
way; at the first cough or sniffle
rub Musterole on the throat and
chest - J
Musterole is a pure, white oint-
.ment, made with oil of mustard. It
draws out congestion, relieves sore
ness, does sill the work of the good
old fashioned mustard plaster In a
gentler way, without the blister.
Keep a 5ar bandy for all emerg-
onctfjs, it may prevent pneumonia
in your home. 35c 'and 66c in jars
ana iunes; nospital si It $3.
Better Than a Mustard Plaster
One Cent Sale
Thnr'C Friday and Saturday
' The Greatest SHOE SALE ':'
Ever Held In This Vicinity
Watch Tomorrow's Papers for "Full Details jand Startling Prices.
Speed in Autos?
Some Like 'Em Fast, and
Some Like 'Em Slow -in
Miles per Hour.
.And Some Like 'Em High,
While Some Lilce 'Em Low
in Miles per Dollar. .
No Matter What Idea about
Automobile Ownership You
Hare, YouH Find a Car to Suit
Your Taate Among Those Offered
under "AutomobUea for Sale" in
the Alphabetical Clattified
Section Today.. -
: li'dxp mm w
. M J!rraAri
w iMHU . ; furnace
rf an n-ui
No more playing nurse to four or Bva
stoves! No more coal or wood to lug up
stairs! ?o trail of ashes to sweep np
Just one are to trad to close to your
coal but and that heats the whole home.
And a fuel aaving that more than pays
tor the furnace! '
THINK of being able to buy a high-grade, guaranteed furnace at
this amazingly low prce. You can't afford to use stoves when
you can heat your whole home with this modern, inexpensive
heating plant. Moreover, you will enjoy an even warmth in all the
rooms not just simply in spots m with stove heat; . The "Fire King"
provides a scientific method of heat circulation. Note these f eatnros :
The "Fire King"
We have aoM thoasaads'
of "lir Xiar" Pimless
Furuec In all Mfta of
theiUoltad SUtsa, a4
luaiantM abaolate aatls
ikeUoa, or neaey aaofcv
We will put yea la
toaeh with a camsetent
man to In. tall the fur
aaa for yon. Instanatian
1 Tnr almpto. and! eaay.
We anamitee tbat jroa
will have no troukle In
this respect, .
Base Ring and base plate inaje in sec
tions of heavy cast Iron and well braced.
Front Is heavy gray Iron casting made in
two sections, full height and handsomely
.designed. Four inch extension wings cast
la-fronts give added air capacity and bet
ter air circulation.
Asl( Pit la heavy cast kon, fall size with
four specially tempered heavy cast iron
Grate Bars triangular in shape and equip
ped with two ahaker bars.
Ash Pit Door Is full width of ash pit, baa
draft door for chain control, covered shaker
holes, and spring wire handle.
Fire Pot Heavy two-section corrugated
cast iron with deep cup joints.
Feed Section One piece heavy grey iron
corrugated casting. ,
" Feed Doer Extra large for feeding larre
pieces of coal or wood; has air draft slide
and handle. Provision made In feed doer
frame for hot water coll, and does not inter
fere with teed door opening.
RadiatorHeavy one piece all cast.
Cold Hestber Ctrnfag I
Get Your Furnace In
Can or phone aa today. Come la It yoa
c&a tee the fumaoe Itself. Oat this won
derful convenience in your borne before
aero weather sets In. Well gladly explain
everything fully. No obligation.
Inner Casing Composed of one 1-plece
casing, one 1-plece hood, and one round
warm air section tor connecting to register
t6 gauge Galvanized Iron, double-lined rith
above. All inner castings made of heavy
sheet asbestos and corrugated bright tin.
Outside Caslng-Campoead of two casing
sectlona, one1 hood and one square section
for connecting to outside e.ge of register
above. All outer casings made of heavy
26 gauge Galvanised iron. Bolt botes punch
ed in all casings. Four heavy steel casing
rings furnished. ,' ' ' ..
Cleanovt Door Islarge, and furnishes easy
access to entire Interior. of radiator.
Large Tilting Type Water Pan with ca,t
Iron cover, set In lower front just above ash
pit door. This is extremely Important, as it
Insures a moist, fceoltofnl air at all times.
Ventilation- Celling Register H made cf
steel heavily re-lnforccd, black japan finissr
ed. ." vrnisbed extra wiien wantej. $3.75.
, .. ,
Poker, ahaker hanlle, chains, chain pla'.e
pulleys, smoke pipe check draft, four foot
smoke pipe, one smoke pipe elbow and toe
. furnished with each furnace.
Free Building Material
Over 5.000 bargains. Everything too- seed
for repairing or -doing odd jobs around the
place. Storm sash, furnace supplies, pain'J,
aardwara, etc. Phone, write or call.
Sat&fcd&n Guaranteed cr Moijsy Bach
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