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.0 A a ? - - CUrf 'af Fetfe Fates jtateaeMaes to Ceamjlaf Mia ma Septa. fjTfcoaaaa Cox still taking a hand ", direction of the Rock Island 1 department, over which lie jb& a chief until hit snspen I two ntonUM agar William H. -jlguBoiM, conunluioner of fire I labile safety, declares that Cox ft visited police headquarters jt his suspension, and taat- be t absolutely no connection with I department Fltzalmmons says 0 curies the keys to the chiefs -s occupied the ottlce since tie de-j ttsre oi mx snowing me sus ijfloa ordered by the nre and po- Iay sosru. i uo uuuru was laere i C mmmarily deposed by Mayor llf y. ScnriYer on tne eve of an II iteKigation of charges of depart jf sgst ' mismanagement that had I m entered against Cox. I ft Is known that cox has been tpA by Mayor Schriver to resign gri spare nis administration- lur effibarrausment, but "this Cox gaadlutlv has declineu to do, holil tq that to do bo woulu be p.a ad altakm of tne charges tnat stand Ioiaat him in tne reaJyus or tnu pt and police beard. It whl be Kcalled tuat Cox, when summoned tttonera. it ma t th. LST auiMifkbOTkMii hM t j5n; moat amiimi -rtti In the yote amtefteafes torbi oirW thsr greater part of hut mug.. comniwiicatJon Ifroaa Fred down, and so the street and alley committee waa instructed to make another effort tn . ,p& tor weded light u" w ceieM-suon to mark the opening, of the new city hall were' discussed informally by the -u7r sua aiaennen after th ..aJIUU i Lw.j'l - L i -caoozBifiio AMe to Leave and Betana U Islaad HeM. wwwwa w lit UtJ held on Dec 4, the date of the next counai meeting. There will be speaking and other entertainment. LAD SMOTHERED IN FATAL BLAZE Walter DeVoo, Xeliae Lai, buried ' ToDierrowf Neighbors Tell f Tragic Accident, j ; Eighteenth avenue, attending phy sicians say, will recorer from the effects of the automobile accident In Which hm finrm! whlla thiiw n ! Chicago Saturday afternoon. Mr. - ui I ""- umm nwa niattTO w niS iwMm'ri. J ceieorauon will he home from the Colonial hospiUl, uenera, near Which city the collis ion occurred.'' - In the car with Kuschmann were his wife and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burrill, 1824 Thirty-second street The car was owned and driven by Mr. Burrill. Between DeKalb and Genera a touring car, driven by a Chicago woman, attempted to pass the Rock Island car. As the Chi cago machine turned out it skidded, the driver lost control, and it crashed into the rear of the Bur rill car.' . ' , The impact threw the Rock Is land machine across the road and into a ditch. The four Occupants were pinned under the car and held thers several minutes before pass ing motorists, summoned by the Chicago driver, could extricate tnem. Mr. Kuschmann's left shoulder was dislocated, one wrist was broken and his body was badly cut He also incurred a deep gash over ine leit eye. Mr. Burrill was cut about the head, Mrs. Burrill's left shoulder was wrenched, and Mrs. Kuschmann's back was badly wrenched. Mr. Kuschmann was taken to the Geneva hospital, while others of the party returned to Rock Island Saturday bv train Mr. Kuschmann is an mnlnvA rtf Ithe Empire Ice & Coal company. air. Burrm is a foreman for the kock island Manufacturing com- When Mrs. De Voo came to the WHITE WOMAN AND door she saw smoke emerging from I TU I M L1 nrvt lYtVT TMVtt the windows of the upper part of ! flal' wU-WUxtBilJ JxLbH the house i PAY $330 IN FINES " i-mes and costs asereeatinz M.m " behavior. Tawy will be fdrat to appear ia potlea ewart w It days. ,. , , , -. SITE SEGUilED Deiay Over KegvUatSea Ended by Contract to 8cU Ut at 8ad veaae aad Faartoaath Street, Funeral services for Walter De Voo, 4-year-old son of Mr. anl Mrs. Medard De Voo, 508 Eigh teenth avpnno A. (nlin hn -. . uu was burned to death yesterday mornfn f CT - -ir". UIC. la nome, win De 7- Tk l .neiu m the Sacred Heart Catho. Hplalnthe inactivity ot tne depart-1 church. Moline. tomorrow morning atnl against law violators. a,ert- at 8 o'clock. Rev. J. B. Culemans, a that for six months his depart- pastor, will conduct the services, ant had been demorul.zed because Burial will be in St Mary's ceme pttrolmen had refused to carry out tery. Rock Island to orders. In tne meantime tc had I At the inquest conducted by Ca--rneloped that John Looncy, known oner J. F. Ma berry yesterday aft to have been Interested in a Bum- emoon in the Moeller funeral par tcr of disorderly resorts, had been ' lnrs. Rock Island, the coroner's Mtbortied by t ox to use members ' lury returned tUe verdict that ef the police department in makinz "tlonth waa irreats in the streets and In r.o.- Oorarri Vsrh'neo-o n..kK .' AcUng raids on resorts whose! tied that he was oassine the Da!Mr- Burrill Mners had refused to be dictated' Voo home yesterday morning ind K06' 10 bj Lconey, who had come to be had stopped to talk to Mrs. De Voo Dan' MMiraizprl na rtilui if f h Dlllt, T I . 1-1 : . i " . ! . ' I lind underworld. Doesn't .Need Salary. ' Cox has stated that he is not Hp- pendent upon the income of the position of chief of police, but un Delay aver th nnlatAn fn ue purchase of a site at Second averiue and Fourteenth street has ended with the signing of a coa- tract by J. J. Taxman of Kansas City to sell the lot 50 by 150 feet to the Rock Tftlanif P.nnntv no-Tin. erative Milk Marketing company, a wnncr-uwnea corporation. The property in question has a frontage of 50 feet on Second ave nue, Immediately west of the fill ing station, at the intersection of avenue and street The comnanv mav nltimataiv cide to purchase another strip with a frontage of 100 feet on Fourteenth sireei, as originally planned, but that project is in abeyance for the present The directors of the corporation Will met fUWin tn 1ifna nlnna nnr being drawn by Cervin and Horn, axcnuecis, ana bids for construc tion of a milk station will be asked for when the Diana hav hopn in. proved. , i - , to ue is legally dispensed with as and rescue the vouth from the city employe he wirl have the flames, but were driven back hv right to present a claim for full the extreme beat and smoke wbich were collected from : giers and the nine Mrs. M. Roe colored men tck salary at the close of the 'filled the house. The lad was found the Rers' lace in Ft tioiin" SfJlrlver ariminUtraiinn Thi. m , In a h,rtv.m ni.ir. w- hi I . K.Siers pwce in East Moline Schriver administration. This win amount to $1,000. The name of Cox pas.been dropped from the city (tyroll, but his legal status as a BluniclDal emnlove rpmainn nnHio- tarbed. Jhe chief Of noliCA In annnlntoH tj tue nre ana police board. ng as uie City is without a d police board no further action ran oe laxen in tne case of Cox. Mayor Schriver has stated that he 1) atlll endeavoring- tn Inrln citizens to accept appointment as members of the board, hnt thna far lw has been unsuccessful in his) qyest. John H. Pendpr.' Rriwarrf Raita-. ield and F. J. Mueller are the mem bers ot the' fire and police board deposed by Mayor Schriver. it is understood that all of them have Indicated a willingness to return Jong enough to clear up the inves tigation of the police department win was under way when their official terms were terminated by etion of Mayor Schriver. - I .' Thomas Cox remains in the city; wd continues using the equipment f the police department. He has been doing this without the knowl edge or consent of Chif William H. Fitzsimmons, according to a statement made by the latter yes-i terday. Cox attended the Independ-j ent-Bears football game In Chicago ! Sunday. When he arrived in Rock 1 Island Sunday morning he was met i M the Thirty-first street station by" powce aepartment automobile driven by Rudolph Gundrum, his son-in-law, and driven in the city ar to his residence on Twenty , Uurd street ' Acts Without Orders. Chief Fitzsimmons stated that wradmm had no orders from head quarters to meet Cox at the Thirty arst street station with a police de partment automobile. Therefore it assumed that Gundrum acted Pon orders from Cox when he wove the police department car to station and conveyed -Cox to ia home on Twenty-third street. It is understood that Chief Fitz uamons is investigating the inci dent referred to in. order that he y be In position to offer full ex planations when it is brought to attention at the first meeting we lire and police board, in the went that the city ever again has a aw and police board under the .anvej; administration. CITY AT A LOSS TO KNOW WHERE TO PLACE LIGHT i i aiuuiHi service. , The East Moline city council is In a bedroom upstairs. He had died from suffocation. - ' Accordinc to the father. Meda-d De Voo. the boy had been playing! about the bouse and had evidently j ucu bi ilia ytiu uffaiaira wimu iu fire broke nut Ha wan trannH In As ! the room by the flames. Mr. De Voo Are ; could not account for the origin of the tire, stating that the boy had never been In the habit of playing with matches. . - : a- . &TAY f HILDERS' DEATH.! Dublin, Ireland, Nv. 21. Dublin court, nrdpr fltava AYwiitinn . nf Erskine Guilders and military sen tence ran. not be carried out pend ing habeas corpus hearing. Chronic Constipation Relieved Without the Use of Laxatives Kujol 'Is a lubricant Dot medicine or laxative cannot grlpr. When you are constipated, not enough of Nature's lu bricating Uqnld la produced In the bowel to keep the food waste soft and moving. Dflptan Ma, cribs Nujol beesuue It acta like this nattf ral Iobrloan and thus re- placni it. Irs it today. an -ir-L mm Saturday nirht. The woman and the men were arraigned at 7 o'clock last night before Magistrate A. A. Mies. . The women paid a fine of 1200 and each of the men paid $10. Mrs. iioegiers pleaded guilty to a charge or operating a disorderly house ana the men with gambling. The two girls, Eliiabeth Smith Lips cradied ind sorer MENTH0LATUM quickly heals tncm. CHICKEN PIE SUPPER AND BAZAAR given by LADIES' AID SOCIETY of Central Presbyterian Church THURSDAY, NOV. 23 Supper will be served from 6 to 8 p. m. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. holders of the Central! Trust and savings bank of Rock Island, 111., will be held at their banking house, Monday, Dec. 4, 1922, at,3:30 o'clock p. m. for the- election of directors and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before them. L. M.' CASTEEL. Cashier. M. S. HEAGY, President. (Advertisement) - , .ji.i 10 ,a:i5ETo REGULATE DAfiS Hew Law Is Ahaed at Xear Beer Stdteu Saspected ef Selling . , Hooch. SpKlal Koluie 8n1ea. Soft drink bars In Moline are go ing to be subject to strict regula Uo nd inspection hereafter. The ordinanM uinmnii i- k city council last night affects cigar stores, drug stores, confectionaries apd groceries where soft drinks are SOld. All Sllch nlaraa mitot na annual fee of $5 and must obtain licenses irom the citv. The clos ing time is fixed at 12 o'clock, the' opening time at 5 oVlnnV in tha morning. , ( Particular attention will t fven to the matter of sanitation. The chief of nolice spector are authorized to inspect all son arms oars, and to close such places as do not observe the regu Proprietors convicted nt vtnistin. any section of the ordinance will be sunject to a fine of from $10 to 200. A fine Of S50 ft rtn tnr aor.li rlon violation will be assessed the of fender-after the first conviction. All curtains, signs, paint, deco rations or ether obstruct innn whirh prevent a clear view from the street must be removed. This section of the ordinance will be rigidly enforced. The new law is aimed at near www tatexfcattac Uqwora. aad :t iud to. tt a crtaa Ut the llmwr vnuic in aoiiae. ... Only one disaaatiag vote waa rac- onl ard voting aegativtly on the .uima auenaien voua for it - ' - ITiLLDECOilATE LOOP DISTRICT KU1I Trade Exeaasloa Cnnril SauMs Groap to Provide Tale tMe Garb for Holidays. Streets In Rnrlr T1nrl' imdau. d"istrict will be garbed in Christ mas decoration nnrinr tha rliM. tion of a special committee, accord ing to action taken at a meeting of the Retail Trade Expansion coun cil in the Rock Island club last night Carl J. Burnside, who presided at the meeting, appointed i. A. Wel sh, W. F. Hansgen, Joe Tuckis, George Schwenker and J. P. Vio lette to supervise the securing and placing of Yuletide greens and em blems which will reflect the spirit of the holiday season. The committee will strive to ex cel all previous attempts of this character, and on' account of the cooperation guaranteed through the formation of the council the loop district will doubtless be attired as never before. . A dinner meet held at 6:30 o'clock, preceded the business session. WOMEN! DYE WORN, FADED THINGS NEW Dresses Kimonaa Curtains, Coverings Draperies Ginghams Stockings Everyone KairondDyes Each 15 cent package of "Dia mond. Dyes" contains directions so simple any woman can dye or tint her old, worn, faded things new, even it she has never dyed before. Buy Diamond Dyes no other kind then perfect home dveine is ruar- anteed. Just tell your druggist whether the material you wish to dye is wool or silk, or whether it is nnen, cotton, or mised goods. Dia mond Dyes never streak, spot, fade, or run. (Advertisr.e::t. For Constipated Bowels Bilious Liver The nicest calhartic-laxativa to ; two tonight will empty yowr physic your bowels when yon have: els completely by aaoralni . . -. I you wiU feel sDlendJd. Tnav nHuacna Biliousness h,-i . . ; 1 , ., hile you sleep. Qnacareta neveri i Colds Indigestion jstir jm op or gripe Ithe Saltsj Dlxxiness ' Sour Rtonnyb. (Pilla. Calomel or Oil and they ooat only ten cents a box. Children love a candy-like Cases rata. Oea or jCascareU tiwi (sdmilaiiif I J bank baflalM tommamclaW at 1 " . w ('dock.' Mr. Walaoa Is said to ham Ca roled, two years to the atfdy f Ue subject and Is ext 4 f well Utformed. Officer fecC : ensuing year will be elected sad 1 P. R. Edgertoa. farm adrtaor wUl " submit his annual report. ! Oscar E. Ackerson, Edger ton's successor, will be Introduced . to Be, membership, and officers of the bureau ask for a, large attend ance. , Results of the elections held by the various townships last Satur day at which directors for the - Saturday morning to directors and uin yr wer CB08eB r heing moo To?ic freatat IaeuaaJKiet as restrasted with CKy rteserty te Be Bts eassed at Asaaal Meet, IneqnaliUes between the taxa tion of city and farm property will be the subject of an address next the membership of the county farm Bureau ny j. c. waison. Chicago, representing the Illinois Agricul tural association. ' ' ,The gathering will be held in barean headquarters in the State but have not yet been entirely tabu lated. In most cases the present incumbents were reelected. Every nbrr jrr of tin saaar caa toef- :abur lead aad am fiaaaftwl ada,t j& iy n.iiiiiiiiiitiiniitiiiiiiiiiiriniiiniiiiiititiuniiiiiiiitiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiimiiininn Dr. Shmaryah Levin . ' 'i r-v vri. - I - .. I : :. m til T "17 1 T 7 O It is to your interest J Fj V V o ft116;0 l" ID interest and HtHUi anf" TsMincik AMtrwe . wvwiaa uiatv; 1 tonight at the Odd Fellows' Hall, Eighteenth nireei ana rouirn avenue, Kock: l&land. No ' admission charge. 1 iiiimiimiii iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiimiiiini Biggest -Bargains I Five Ever Offered in Rock Island at Any Time: KC-KC-KC-KC-KC-ra THE FACE IN THE FOG With Lionel Barrymore, Seena Owen and Lowell Sherman SAME PRICE ror over OU years Ounces fiwgS4 Useless Of Skinned Hams, whole or half. . . . Pork Chops, best cut . 15c 17c SirMn Steak, 11 1 per pound. .... JL 2 Pork Steak, II ff. per pound ...... JL J V loss to know where to place a I et light which has been asked Holiday Bazaar St. Joseph's Altar Society ! THURSDAY, NOV. 23 ST. JOSEPH'S AUDITORIUM ,; Dinner 11 to 1 Supper 5 to 8 1. Sale of needle work through afternoon and evening BAKING POWDER than of higher priced brands. The jgorernnient used millions of pounds Fresh Neck Bones, yjl per pound . jT We have the goods and the early buyers are bound to get their full share. Our nrnrlnrprt; our r-incirinn aa rnt-irwrie nf CnnAtstnfC 1 1 C f Quality regardless of our Low Prices. E BROS. The Store That Makes Meat Prices Lower in Rock Island 1628 Second Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois SI i : ; BUOD<US 8KK stwawajug far aa l3Tbtat. UvuU. ewint) to too. aad, atratfaa JJW dlaaattao aad alia. . faorawa Atyxlta. RiIIitm gXfegjjag CofF rUOUCJock JUNIORS Little Ma Oothird th. racvlar doafc- Made iacradinta(.than candy ttnud. For cMldrao and adnlta. Don't miss seeing The Ford Truck Caravan1 On the streets tomorrow between 9 & 11 o'clock THE BIG OVERSTOCK SHOE SALE IS SURELY AND TRULY A BARGAIN EVENT. Special Notice WATCH OUR WINDOWS for SPECIAL BARGAINS Special Notice Women's dark brown calf low shoes, med ium toes and low rubber heel; 43 Misses' brown calf low shoes, medium toe, j and rubber heels, sizes 1U to go QQ 2, at ;...paC.oo Children's brown calf lace shoes, broad roomy toes, with rubber heels, O Ofi sizes 8 to 11, at . Pa2i)w Men's mahogany calf lace shoes, medium English toes, Goodyear welt Q Q sewed. $6.00 values pOe70 Boys' dark brown calf shoes, medium toes and solid soles, sizes 2.J An dn to 5i .PJ,rO Youth's all solid leather brown calf shoes, goo(roomy toes, sizes 11 to 2, at $2.98 Men's brown and black leather and black and gray felt slippers with rt -l Q Q . cushion soles, all sizes at $1 eOO Women's fancy felt house slippers, ribbon trimmed, cushion soles, in d 1 O Q various colors p 1 ee0 One broken lot women's shoes, patent and leather 98c Look For the Big Yellow Sign PRIESTER-HICKEY SHOE Co. 218 Eighteenth Street, Rock Island. DL -, Sale Conducted by "Fred De Bolt Sales System" Look For " the ' . Bi Yellow Sign toa's Drug Stores v.