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THURSDAYTUR ROCK; ISLAND ARGUS NOVEMBER ; 16, 1922. r
piays arid piayera. '
Mwm.
TIIEATTiE SAFE
3TM mar m inni im men
Jailed Lut H-fM.
Lfcati
dr.
. Majesue Frank Mayo m
Wolf Law -
Bg an alleged plot to blow
la the Capital theatre.
port. Rock Island and Dav-
gjfUt police made two arrests last
OolumbJa Six
va-jdevitle. -v
Grnd-Ta Grand
"Dw Mat"
Capi-i Lionel Barfyiner
lor ff09 V -W i "fL V V
Garden--'Brawn of n. North,"
eta of Orphean
Player ta
. . uinots-Mar. IS, -Tha Bat s prodooeVs with reputations long es-i
F-rt Armstronc Tianook of the .tabliakod for snocesa,
North." -
.- m -Wild Hojy ' -Naoook of the North," the pics
j remaining utrouga ine.weeit:
I at the Port Armstrong, continues'
playing to large audiences. It Is
an mwsuat picture in - that there ;
are no actors in the act, the entire ;
story touring about the lite ini
their native haunts of an Eskimo
.mi 1 1 II j yii . ill ,yu u.u. . . i, .
nature la its most primitive state.
nut containing ail ot we elements
romance, adventure, and
for existence found in
non fnndrn Mirrrmiwlifm . van
or vine uuk severai; -tae Bar la Sack Ulaaa. '.mar think you know and under-;
;,fcki The men arretted are: Aiany kocis Jalaadars nloyri the 'stand the Eskimo, but you'll agree
fctanley Kasmouski, 2t-yW-old?ert0nnal I '"The Bat" a the; that your education has been con
sit" arrested in Rock Island: has ' Columbia, in Davenport, Twgay , sidarabiy curtailed after you have
ittni ot term in Joliel peniten-! Wednesday nights of this week., witnessed a showing of "Nanook of
St for burglary; alias Albert The 8am nipany and productiaa the North." Itiia picture that ev
SAr and rave his name to thJ Wl11 be presented at the Illtnois lery person ia Rock Island owes it
-X.- i,., mrht a. Kan stani. - I theatre in this city next Sunday to himself to see.
mgnv u vm dc tne opening at-;,
traction of the present season at? - ; Nonnw Picture,
the Illinois, and it the patronage is Those who have been. campaigo
what the attraction deserves Cham- Ing for more attention to -. story
berlin, Kindt & Co, lessees of the ; worth of films and less to the stars
theatre, promise they will offer 'will have an opportunity to see -if
Rock Islanders other standard road , their idea, is practicable. Universal
5it which are expected to result. 5- S&ongbeart. the wonder dog, j of love, ro
hi dues to several robbed and raturf f ?. .
5 . u:. A r i more modi
sTglWies
aatica last night as Karl Stanley.
Alan Kordley. arrested In Daven
Ht; j baa been under police sur
wjllance for some time; known as
-Chicago Whitey."
fome of the crimes which police
kttt reason to believe these men
Mlr nart in arm f hA raurnt rrihh'ntr
' . - . nmilniHnna .1 1 1 -i r. Ika H'i, '' I V. m. J .. nnVin , ...... ...a .IiUhh.
of tie Black HawK furniture com- w ... . .z..i- B -"" " '- -" " """ i"""'"-,
uar'i safe, on Fourth avenue 831 18 a tbrtlhng mystery play. It Six now In production are "The
thtftof a lwfige roadster in Daven-' w" wrlUen bv Mary Roberts Rine- Power of a Lie," "The Ghost Pa-,
MTt fceveral aays ago passing of ' barf 411(1 Ayer" Hopwood, both not- trol.". "Forsaking All Others." ,
tottei hecks manuiacuring and eU for the,r sut:ces aa playwrights. "The Attic of Felix Bavu." "The ,
-irn ii.;H)r anri nunurn.u npitv 't-is presented under the manage- Abysmal Brute" and "Merry Goi
pIKermes of accessories and ools mMt oi 'Wagenhala and Kemper, Round."
trem automobiles. j '
In addition these two men; and
robbery of tbe Black Hawk Furni-
tront-ly suspeUBd-1"" pany safe Saturday nighl
imp-irtad heW- bi ,?aA atuer from the Davenport
local; immunity; lsn,.' re"dln8 cent burglary;
probably otners whom thev pol.ee
ue tracing, are
of bavin r, been
nemty-rs of the
tiCK tor the purpose of murdering
perrons who have uenii active in
suppressing that cooibination in
late weeks. Kespansib.e members
of : the police department made
these statements last nignt alter
the arrests were made- and the
prisoners had been quizzed..
Enough evidence is in hand
against Kasmouski, referred' to as
r"."..S..JT!: ffiated on last night, and were to con-; month old
lleved. A guantity of articles be
lieved to be stolen goods, was
foanil in bis room.
INFANTS DIE AT
THE RATE OF 120
A 1,000 IN MOLTNE
in Davenport, lie was careless
enough- to leave' lying loowly r !
around a quantity of letters, rnie (Special Moiine fcmni
books and other papers from wuica ' Infant mortality in Moiine for!
the detectives believe they apt the first ten .months of 1922 was at '
trace him and his confederates ac- tne ratio of 120 per 1,000. During
curately. 'he 10nonths' period there were j
Tells of Third Man. " 600 Dlrtns and 60 children one year j
, . 'old or younger died. 1
One of tte Important leads the Forty-eight of those whose deaths !
Illinois and Iowa detectives oper-, are recorded were less than one
three were less than i
three months; one was between
1 tinue today, is that of a third man
I who. If he exists,- is supposed to three and six months and eight
j have custody of the Uodge road- were between nine months and one
Din. ,afuul l. L'adiiinulri . VPH P
The tip Which led to kasmouski S , ... ... inHI th rrH month fnr
arrest me from Davenport, where . wav min ,n!,hl , rtr,hB hirtha ther heinz 66 babies reeis-
tb department received reliable ;h, pIace 0I reslQenCe in Dav- tered in 30 days. Nine babies died
Information that "Stanley andi , I k t, in Anrit in tnn9r. thpr were
"Chicago Whitey" were to take :
"f; .B. , V-""u' i ski said owned
Hue iai. uiKui. luiormauon was
was this third man whom Kasmou-; 11 deaths and 64 births.
most of (he .sup-:
n.wa.lW eFnlan nrti'laa f,nnH in thffcl A thn nf7S
complete enough to permit seizure in Mikas house- t i argil's
all the time The
of the men early in the night. be
fore they had a chance to get out
on tbe job. Fordley was accord
ingly picked up in Davenport at 10
o'clock.
Raid Mikas House.
At 10:45 o'clock Detectives Den
nis Bennett, Earl Shannon and
Herman Sebnert led a picked force
of five police patrolmen to sur
round the house occupied' by th
family of Charles Mikas, 817 Sec-1
ond avenue, where Stanley or Kas-j
moiiski. resides in a rented room.
Stanley was found in bed and ,
offered no resistance to arrest.1
Midas was also taken along, but
after a careful examination by the
detectives at police headquarters he
was dismissed from custody. He is
believed not to have been connect-'
ed with the alleged operations of
the two suspected "bump-off" men,'
as he proved that he . was-a hard-J
woTKiiig man who had rented a.
roam to a fellow-countryman, in .
good faith.
In a search of the house -the po
lice found two small stills, a keg of
whisky mash, and a half gallon of
white mule liquor. Quantities of
automobile accessories and tool 3
fonnd ' secreted in Stanley's room
and closets included a Ford sedan
rag, a halt dozen automobile keys;
lor various makes of cars these
were laid upon the top of tlie'wood
work around the doors and win-
iows in his room a kit of tools, a
flashlight, several tire test ersi and
other articles. He also had two
bunches of serviceable 'skeleton
In the pockets of his cloth-1
"tp-were two newspaper clippings,
one from The Argus describing the
Search for the missing Dodge
car was really the keynote of the j
hunt today. It is believed to be
either secreted in some public or i
private garage in the tri-cities, in
the mysterious third man's posses-'
sion here or elsewhere, or traveling
away from the tri-cities in the !
j hands of a purchaser of the ma-'
i chine. Stanley, or Kasmouski, !
1 lapses into badly broken English
j when asked about it and Mikas ap
1 parently has the same difficulty.
For Coida,
influenza
. . and as a
Preventive
J0 : - X.
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yy i M.rL
1 ..v
I6e First and Original
-Cold and Grip Tablet
, Tbe box bean this signature
30c.
A
f your skin is
very sensitive,
it should have
special care
To prevent a sensitive skin
from becoming rough and
irritated, use this special
treatment:
Each night before retir
ing, dip a soft washcloth
in warm water and hold it
to your face.
' ; New;, make a warm
water lather of Wood
bury's Facial Soap and dip
your cloth to and fro in it
until the cloth is "fluffy"
with the soft, white lather.
Rub this lathered doth
- gently over your skin un
til the pores are thor
oughly cleansed.
Rinse first with warm,
then with clear cool water
and dry carefully.
out the
slightest wear
any users have told us that the
Cot&eld save enough in clothing
"i alone to pay tor all the cur
tnl used in th hnmn
If t us tell you about the exclu-
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in the Washer itself that
so much in years of wash-
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ym pmf by Mr easy paymuui
Thanksgiving and the dining room
is the center of attraction
Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday festivities. When company comes
the hostess proudly directs the guests into the dining room all set after planning and pin
ning, for the dining room is then the center of attraction. Hill's, of course, are first in mind
of those who really appreciate extraordinary values in better dining-room furniture. We
are glad to show the many different designs and suggest, for we have for many years studied
the important needs that go to the making xf finely furnished homes. .
Beautiful Polychrome
Dining Room jf
$235.00
A wonderful example of art
in furniture building. It is
massive in design and decorat
ed with polychrome art orna
ments. Done in Italian Wal
nut finish. This suite consists
of 66-inch buffet, oblong table,
host's chair and five side chairs
with seat coverings of brown
Spanish leather. Very special
at this price $235.00.
SUCH PAINS AS
THISVOMANIIAD
1
Two Months could oot tara in Bed
ponnd Finally Restored Health
.MsS Mokes Stoves
This Dining Room Done
in Queen Anne
$159.00
Those who prefer the simple
but graceful lines of the Queen
Anne period will do unusually
well to choose this suite. There
is a well constructed 60-inch
buffet, oblong table, host's
chair and five side chairs with
Spanish leather seat coverings.
We know you will be proud to
own this dandy suite at this
low price $159.00.
WOODBURY'S
FACIAL SOAP
rvw v
"ry-- - 'j
had chills and
fever and auct
pains in mj right
aide and a hard
Inns there. 1
couidnot turn my
self in bed and
could not sleep. 1
was this way for
over two months.
trying evervtning
any one told me.
until my sister
brought mo a botUe of Lyda E. Pmk
hain'a Vegetable Compound. I took
STZnwTv until all the bard pama
had left n and Iwss abtetotew
all
Shine
O il-8!
1
Mil- "&1-00 ll iB3
I
Makes you a member
' of Hill's Xmas Club
Come in and allow us to
explain how you can enjoy
Cheney music in the home
Christmas day and the
days to come.
And you'll want this Hoosier, ; ' i
only $2.00 down
There's little need to go into detail regarding the
Hoosier Cabinet, for its many labor-saving features
are so well known that every housewife always
thinks of the Hoosier when kitchen cabinets are
mentioned. But we do want to emphasize, that you
can now own this wonderful cabinet by paying only
$2.00 down and then only ?1.00 a week until you
have paid $44.75.
Really a beautiful
Kitchen Range at
$89.00
Beantifnlly finished In grey enamel:
has ground and polished top; key plate
lift and warming ovens. The real feat
ure of course. Is that it cooks all foods
perfeotly. If yon coald bot see It you
would admit il is tbe best move value
we hare ever offered. $89.00.
HILL
Furniture Co.
ritM HIKS MOST HOI'ILaH
H HMTIUE MTOBK
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
Rock Island
Black Silk
Stove Polish
mwm y&mr wnrtiawil mtky tiiili.
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r il mir.
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IJiRGE SHIPMENT
OF SUITS
Winter Weight
Men's, young men's, all latest mod
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cludes serges, worsteds, mixtures,
priced from $12.50 to $15.00 and
J16.60. ,
5,000 PAIRS PANTS
All wool, all colors. Bring your
old coat aod we will match it with
a pair of odd pasts, prices $1.00 to
$3.50. .
OVERCOATS
Special line welt known makes.
latest styles, prices ranging rrom
$12.56 to $1S. Com and sea the
wonderful values we offer.-"
ROCK ISLAND CLOTH
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MS 3rd Ave, Beck IsUna
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When you are constipated,
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the food waste soft and
moving. Doctors prescribe
Mujol becacse
it acts like
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it. Try it to
day.
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Apply Zeno, Clean, Penetratiag.
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It Is unnecessary for you to suf-I
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Zemo is a wonderfuL penetrating.
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