Al E:,1 c:,l Sad 'SUN
i a.htr---1 hilth I:4' whole- ,
'10.. , 11 ot views id
.,a li ----I enterewrid ' to,
.. vi, atontryett les lit bar.
l ' "Me litr,4 la diseidliti art
. Ave m-halftlid their reel
s la Roth Milord and to have;
t to Davenport - et the call of
- svrale trolten. - '), - I
t it -wars olowoos oat of the
-,- b ilivraoh,telimid aro en-
f , 9,-11 'lotted plait ber.1
IC Aide Cat' itoe was a who.,
!let 14;4:vied:CC wit 11111,43abeLt
,04',--saila tat oho was a -wit.;
tte I.4o V:-.,aith ea tainystert.'
wit3 meson who hit over:
Iota with a beer bottle Da one ,
)0 Istorleastdivoi Of Olio old
, INC& The avvelopillie wee:
, Mem id, the vAtadt was takes ',
i a dyilit condi to either , a
'OM or . Chicago hospital and
Itrat regalqing committeeman. is l
.I tit have died. .
,-. illooðy to Lowe Town.- ,
' vie amid of Mrs. Van Dale was
11-Vb at the Ono because the fed- ,
est agents bad received word that
'w was preparing to leave the oity.g
r destination was unknown. Act
Owe this tip, the meat wired
D itietriet attorney at Des Moines,
iliMit ordered that she be arrbsted ,
4-mnediately. The officers left
,I,Ovenport at 1:50 o'clock and were
to await her arrival She
I Illatt S:40 o'clock. ' :
; The - woman took her arrest ,
icalmly as it resigned to the fact,
that her.game had been played.
Ow wee prepared to leave Daum
I .5 Solt last - eveningt Two trunks
1 1 were packed and she bad been to
,f, the city on a shopping tour. ::
1 When Informed that she as un
11 der arrest 'her Brat question was,
a "What will the bonds , her , TI;e
Y, federal operator replied that ' he
,,i , r
il .1 vras cobra ,to ask, tor 110,000 On
,! , each of two counts and !dohs add
If od that he Irlie going to ask for
, '; SUSS. , At the party 'WWI leaving ,
!). a. the house she &saki asked the '
',; &Mount. of the bonds. She was giv
1 'T ea the same answer. , '
' ,. Mey Thrown Away. '
I; 'Me she locked the door of the ,
$ place ind threw the key into the
.,':' weeds with the remark, "That is
,,. more than I can do, so I guess the
1 ,t old place is locked for good." Rem
f ".. iniscently she continued, "but there
i have been many a good time stagedi
11 1 in the old shack."
1 i OfIlcers working on the case
1 bere today and Iowa authorities
', I agreed that one ot the worst dives
' t in this section of the country had
! been closed. According to local
'':' offichad it had proven one ot the
, hardest to obtain evidence against
1The proprietor and -the inmates
', seemed to hive every tederarann
: ' end prohibition spat. spotted. , -
. The man that-Ir suoceedea
In closhig the resort is the men
who was sent from Washington to
ancarer the many conspiracy cases
1 in the Rock Island tce probe. Re
.i la also the man whole responsible
t :. for the federal Indictment, against
1 !,'' Looney. . ' ' ' -''''' ' ' ' ' '''
1 5 The tederwl man who ran down
' i the case is expected to return. to
.ç ','-' the city, this evening and ft is un
i derstood that others will be impli
, .' 1 cated on the white slave charge.
This is the 1Thite slave ring on
,, ',, which MI government has been
if. iivorklut ar ieverai months. ' ,
1 It isa known fact that the err
' irernment has gathered evidence that
t'zinore than , one - hundred girls.
5 mostly beneath the ages .of 18
.;. years. had been transported from
i Jtock island to Davenport iind vice
"r!verea. It also became known thatl
" 'i sworn affidavits had .been oh
', !Wined- from Vithaps. 18i ot these
: Airls... , ' ' ,
!. i The date for Mrs. Van Dale's cre
i -,liminary hearing. has not as yet
1; . i been set by United States Commis
i stoner Busk. but a tentative date
... has been agreed on; It is Thurs
1, lay afternoon at 8 o'clock.-' -- '
$ . This whits Slave ring is uld to
have connected -Chicago, Peoria,
Dubuque. Des Moines and Daved":
.., port with Rock risland. The girl
1 - who is said to have been hit over
i' the head with the beer bottle by
1,1 . 'former city official is said to have
( - ,-been bmught here from Aurora. III,
I This girl is also said to have been
it 7harbored by the Van Dale woman
!i. Ja her house in Rock hland. - '
IMES. LOWS armors
- - LEGION Atnaumor
Mr.. Louis Ostrom...ivas. 'sleeted
prelidant,ot the American Legion
antillarf last night at a meeting
Raid at the legion hall. She sue
,ceeds Mrs. George Staaduhar. Oth-ar
officers chosen worst ,'
PIM rice presidentMiss Sera
" Seeoid vice president ; Mrs.
:Pearl Slur Plot. ,
Racerding SecretaryMrs. Rose
:rreund. - ,
Ilila Greve. - ,
TrosintrerLitra: 2.oretti. Kerr. '
Ristoriaoairo Fannie Nitent, :
:! ChapalaMS Cecelia ?rel.
I Sargeant at tirmsUrs.
befit Arndtt "
..1 leneatilre comtnittee members--
Mrs. Miimie Mrs. Karr
Sala and Mrt..Golda Satterfield. 1
;.Ottieers will be installed iit core
!monies; to be lieM Jan. 2. -
. Milwaukee. Wis.. Dee. ItAkines
It prohibition dVaetor of
n.. has neighed. otheettro
inuoodlatelirt - one ,Clarto Z. ,11.
dial; az aoaliplant to Mr.
, ono, Ass boon appoittod 11troe-'
- 1A1PolsrlIZ 11---diN; to an-I
naneemsat at thefedend boildhig
Wan- , ' .
Previous to his illness lie was in
the employ of the Rock Island Sash
ilk Door works.
He is survived by hie 'widow, his
mother,- Mrs. Kate Vermulen. two
sietere and three brothers. Thea
nent, will be held at it o'clock to
InOrres afternoon at the, Knox
&Reel. tbe Rev. W. B. Slater offi
ciating Burial will be in River.
, Jesse IL Nickerson.
:Jesse II; Nickerson, 115. died early
Moridng of titierculosis at the
hems or his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
D. Nickerson; 443 'Twentieth
He was formarly employed in the
wrecking department of Deere &
Co.; Moline During the World war
helms seat to the training-camp at
Mooseheart, but,could not pass
the physlcat examination and vas
dillohoolle& Ile is survived by hie
parents, six brother and three sis
!IT 7HITE tAVERY OliEEN
The twi-story brick house at 2327 Fourth avenue, text doer to the Bill Gabel resort, ward
recently Oersted ))y Helen Van Dale, under the, official protection of Thomas Cox, former chief
The resort wu one of the most notorious of tile Rock Island Underworld and was the scene
I later at I the ,Watertown Baptist'. Fill
' church. ' . .1
Frank Math and Max Gitetten.hani
Burial was in Calvary cemetery.-
Funeral of 31r. Bock
Funeral services tor Hans P. F.
Funeral services tor William F.
Nichols who died suddenly Battu
dal, afternoon in Ms jewelry store
in Milan. were held this-utoriting
at 10 o'clock in his home in Milan.
Milan lodge No. 49, Masons, had
charge of the services. was
in Chipoiannock ',cemetery.
trameaps and plots instigated by the vice Aug.
1 ArialdnOits Dee.- lit -- Tbo ..-
...Mite Stalat,Adoptot-lbe reg..,
7, ohillsse, 0-41cisitter LISPollettei .
I : SePfAletutiijelelelekil i
: , -dpelt tile sonnet'. Y, isi, '...-1 !
Me for hill Inforliation gO,
-fatting Fthe-proposeð . Amour -
- aild Nellifil peeler Merger. , !.
1 Washington.' Deo: 6,---An -attack ,
on the proposed Merger of 'the Ar-,
mour & 1101111 Meat packing,-con,-
. cerns vas. made lit the senateeto-',
. day by Senator Larollette, Repub--,
lican, of Wisconsin,- who declaredl
)' , that the packers were seeking 'mil
imunity in, advance from Presidentl
!Herding and' government officials.)
- I 'Heither the president nor Secre-!
tery Wallace of the department, of
!.. agriculture., Senator LaFollette de-I
' claret; has any light or authórity'
, ' to"give theapproval reqqired by .T.'
' , Ogden-Armour for his pdrchase of
'' the Morrie Interests. ' - - ,,,:
. , ,
-1, -,,,1 - Can't Sell hidalgenee. ' - ,,,-;
- i-"It -hasn't .;yet -reached-the vitint
' , tit this country," he Said, -riyhere
, - i any lair luta beeultassed, witiPb an--
I ihorliOrk:Ple president:to AteW in
dulgimce to law breakeritr!-7., ,,,'
,, . "If the ,president should'give the
, opinion to these ,packers that their
Itil Proposed merger was lavrful," said
lee, the '.,Vrinntillain'.'Ileaator;', "'such '',,an
illy executive action , would be , tante
.. ', mount to promising that the courts
'', would take no proceeding either t,o
op prevent the commission or to inter
, ference against it" . - -, .
iic , " -.. Contrary to Law. ' - .
iSenator Larollette ,said be be
lieved the pmposed merger to be
.' , "contrary to the law 'and ,.' public
w I policy." HeAdded that the past his-i
!i rtory. of the large packers was one
; I of "shameful defiance!, of the law:
1.'; "Let Armour swallow up,Morris
,::,.. as 'this Merger proposes, and -of
:.' course your -competition-is gone.
1 '" 1, ,"One of the most dangerous and
-1 wicked practices-mhich hai grown
I up largely in our days, is, that by
:. 1 which great corporations go either
L to the president or theheads clf de
- The Palmer Inn, west of Datenport on the Nahant roadovhersitalenAlan Dale. Moved ifter ,her
Fourth avenue resort was closed In the clean-up Her arrest on a wigtelslavery charge was based on-the
removal of the inmates or her Rock Island house to this establishment,. - : ,
' at I tire Watertown Baptist: Fmo pHÐE Fool
toun n .
Mrs. Peter Sehneekkh. - : ' -
petet Schnee Meth, 'aged' 74 i D1ABET
s, lifelong resident of Moline.1 '
1111.1111.11.111211111111111.0 - Mts. petet Schneekleth, (aged' 741 4
. . James xerselast, years, lifelong residentv of Moline,1 '
q The bodf, of James McFarland, died last night at 8:30 etleck- in I - ., , i- - , .-- I ,
whose death occurred at Water- her home, 1514 Seventh valued' . I- - -
town state hospital, was sent to Moline. ' Ske had been ,111 ,threei ':-New ,York: Dec. 6.With the( re
Adeline, Ill., for burial today.- Mc- - j cordiné of what is believed to be
months -- '
Farland. who was 66 years ohl, - - Ube first case of diabetic cema to
died of dysentery. An inquest was Mrs. Schneekloth. who was less Ike successfully arrested in tbe an
held yesterday because of an in- Minnie Nichols- before her rnar-:-nals of medicine in this city, medi
jury McFarland Incurred sevezal riage, was born In Moline Nov. 14,1 cal authorities today expressed high
days ago when another patient 1848, and had reided there all her praise for the treatment usedthe
threw a tincup at him. The testi:- life. She was married to Pete insulin serum, a recently reported
mony Indicated, however, that the Schneeldoth in Moline, Oct. 8,1882.' discovery ob Drs. F. G. Bantin and ,,.
man had died of natural causes. He died on April 30, 1917. Sur-1C. F. Best, two University of To
McFarland was' transferred to Wit- viving is a daughter, Emma, at, ronto graduats. - . 4
tertown from the Ogle county farm home; four sisters: Mrs. Henry 1 "The treatment taken from the
eeveral years age. - Meyers, Molinet,-Mrs. Henry Der-1 pancreas of a Pit.,,,is undoubtedly
, man, Mrs. John Rusher. and Mrs.' one of the greatest scientific con
, Mrs. 3L E. Ght Fred Mason, all of California. I tributions of modern dines," said
Mrs. M. E. Girt, a resident of Funeral services will be held i Dr. Thomas Howell, superintendent ','
East Moline and the upper end of Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in i of New York hospitals. -
Rock Island countY for 40 years, the home at 1514 Seventh avenue.' Successful use of a serum to ar
died at 3 o'clock this merfling at Rev. F. J. Rat pastor of the Evan- rest the, progress of gangrene also ,
the home of her son, Harry Girt, 3751 gelical Church of Peace, Rock Is- was 'claimed.-- 1
Twenty-third street. East Moline. I land, will conduct .- the services. , Sixteen-year-old George VanHas-1
- Mrs. pelet Schneektóth, inged 74 DIABEric comA
years, lifelong resident of Moline,1 '
died last night at 8:30 o'clOok 1121 , ' -
her home, 1514 Seventh avenue, , -
Moline. S,he had been ,111 Ihreel ''''Nry:Yr1r: Dec'. 6'Wtth the( r.e
Mrs. M. E. Girt, a resident of Funeral services will be held! Dr. Thomas Howell, superintendent :
East Moline and the upper end of Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in! of New York hospitals.
Rock Island countY for 40 years, the home at 1514 Seventh avenue.' Successful use of a serum to ar
I died at 3 o'clock this mending at Rev. F. J. ROIL pastor of the Evan- rest the: progress of gangrene also ,
the home of her son, Harry Girt, 375 gelical Church of Peace, Rock Is- was 'claimed.-
Twenty-third street. East Moline. land, will conduct , the services., Sixteen-year.-old George VanHas- I
' Mr& Girt was born at Buffalo, Burial Will be in Riverside ceme-I eel of Brooklyn ,was taken to the
Iowa. in 1843. Forty years ago sreltery. A , - hesPital three weeks ago in tY dia
- - ' . tic coma, a state in the disease!
-tame to the vicinity of what is now
the Watertown section of East Mo- Funeral of Mr. Boaster. i which heretofore has been regard-1
Hne and she had resided there ever Funeral services for John E. H0.1 ed--aW hepeless, given the, insiblini
itreatmedt and a few days ago was
since. , crafer, 1329 Third avenue, will be
I charged. With careful dieting .
Surviving are three daughters: ,held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow aft
tate periodic injections of the pan
Mrs. Wilda Bloomsmut, Moline; ernoon' in Moeller's funeral par7
have i cress extracts, physicians said, his
Mrs. Susie Kinkaid, Okla.. and Mrs. lora. Rev. H. It. Baker will
life will not be endangered by the, -
Mary Bloom, Des Moines, Iowa: charge of the services. Burial will
two abil Harry, East Moline, and be in Riverside cemetery, Moline. disease, 2 ---
13, oyd, II.tlantio City, N. J. She also -- ' ' Arndt Ging'rene.
litaves lone brother, five sisters, 23 Funeral of ,M.s. Meitner. , Successful use of a serum to ar
grandchildren and 14 great-grand- Funeral services tor Mrs, Mar- rest the progress of gangrene was
children. ' , " f garet Rattner were held this tricorn- claimed With the sinnOtuicement ,
Faneral services' 'Will be held at! trig at 8:30 o'clock in the home of that EdWard Trainer, Ossining,
the Angevine undertaking parlors her daughter, Mrs. George Uhlmey- was discharged, from St. Mark's
at 2 Saturday afternoon and at the er..616 Forty-fourth street, with, hospittil last night. Trainor, who ,
Watertown Baptist, church at 2:30. services at 9 o'clock I St. Mary's I froze both his feet ten years ago, '
The Rev. Mrs. w.. B. poweit will Catholic church. R F. J. lieh- lives admitted to the hospital last
officiate and burial will be in River-I left', pastor. condu he gaerrieee 1.1fidareh after both legs and several ''
side cemetery. . assisted by Rev. Joseph Tritz, Ly- ngers had been amputated In an
.. . ons, Iowa, and Rev. Leon Van Tap- 1 effort to stay etas prog-ress of the
, Rollo Lincoln Minters. pen, pastor ÿf St. Paul's,church,1gangrene.' '
Rollo Lincoln Minterr. 28, died Rock Island. The pallbearers were i As a toil ot-11 In4nw-10 nf tNe ,
last evening at his residence, 2516: Albert Adefinger, Herman Schnell., serum in 10 months, Trainor's cage
reurth avenue, Moline, of tuber- George Newberry, George Himbert,' was so far arreated ti,41, ne At.1,.
culosis, after a year's illness. Frank Math and Max Gstetleultaur. able to use artificial legs. He will',
Born at Media, Ill., June 24, 1894f Burial was in Calvary cemetery.- he reanired to report once a week
he was united in marriage to Erma . , - -, for au-injection for the next seven j
litrg in Davenport, Iowa, Sept. 25, Funeral of Mr. Beck ' ' , weeks4 when it la expected that he:
Frank Math and Max Gstetteibanr. able to use artificial legs. He wil i
Burial was in Calvary cemetery.- be required to report once a week
. -, for an-injection for the next seven!
Funeral of Ir. Book. - , weeks4 when it is expected that he:
F. will be fatally discharged as cured. ;
Funeral services for Hans P.
Beck. 1106 l'wenty-sixth street, 11110 Il!sufJ.verer..01 the serum is
-will be held in the Knox 'Chapel to- 1L.10:eniamm Jamous i '
1 . , -
Grow afternoon at 2 - o'clock.
Rev. F. J. Rolf, pastor of the Evan- lin DE nipqr Tin
gelical Church of Peacewill von
II till. UniellEi U I
duct the services. Burial will -be
in the Lithenta cemetery. 1, ', 7 ' ni-- - , i
- it I 11MARIII
Funeral of Nu, Itiebola . tri Y
, , . ,,, , ...
- view., in nionerson. iii-m-iiau. were held ats,moratnii uiuesourg, ni.,Dec. 6,-Lomberd ,
:ie." H' Meilen 111:35' died eeeli at 10 o'clock in ids homw in Milan. cl)Ileg h" signed ,A,,, game with ,
ibis Moira's& of tn rculosis at the mn.... 1,..A.... Ian. co, m.ami. usA Notre Dame to be pbsyet at Booth
hems of his pandits. Mr. and Mrs. ""' s- -7-321-7.111. --n Bend, Ind., Oct I, 1923, according ,
charge of the services. was
L. B. Nickersen; 443 'Twentieth in copoiannonk , te , to word given out by- Coach fichill- I
teat,. Bast Moline. ler orLombard this morning. Lora-I
He was formerly employed in the ,...,a,,,.... ve ,,,,,,,, ii.,,, bard has enjoyed two years of un-'
wrecking department of Deere & Hard -AGATE &AAA UZI IV defeated football and will be lee- I -
CC; Moline . During the World war . ToSented next season bx a team of I '
helms sent to the training-camp at SIZ4VE 181111117a111' pewertal Stratigth. The Notre Dame
Mooseheart, Ill, but, could not pass , ' ---,, - 4 - , contest is,considered the hardest .
the physical examination and was Newport R. L, Dec. 1.---11x-May- contest iffer. attampted by a -1
diechariled. He is survived by ble or Patrick L Doyle has come back. bard Wen. r' - ,
parents, siS hrOther end three els- Hi has the habit. Ileumteen times An unman:sill tough schedule hi- '
taya- -. - , with occasional, Intern's" he has eluding aehoola et national ,
The funeral will be beld Friday served this 4:ity as olds; eleautive. Mutation is belig arranged for the
at an hour Aot yet detenpinek at Yesterday ha was elected -fatitn local scbc- - -wear. Coach
Annine's undertaking parlorsaallith tem. , 7 Bats .
. - ' ' ,
Senator Unpick lashes Atka
Ambit rimmed Fertilise of
CANISIfit by Armen ,
The store ,that
'cost of living ,,
Business notes from the Busiest Store in the Three Cities--
The Fisk & Loosley Co.
Every day now, until Christmas, every custo
mer.' bluing over 25c anywhere in our store
ticket free. "
be gliken a pretty
Santa Claus little "Santa Claus"
When Santa Claus
comes to our store
(whicti will be ten days or so before Christ-'
mas), he. will give a d,ltirable little present freev
to each child who brings him one of tbese
"Santa Claus" tickets. ,
BlouseS of Paisley silk that come dorm-over
the skirt like a jacquette: also crepe de chine
blouses and tailored waists; each in a holly
Ladies' crepe de
r chine eombinations
Gut step-in and camisole.
Suggestions rosebud trimmed:
' from th'e $5.c valu"'
Girls' (8 to-- 14
, Women's years) wool dresses.
Ready-to- , in bright red and navy
combinations; SI.98. '
Wear , Fur sets for the
little girls, $2.50 to
Department 'tom. -
Vi'ash satin "or all
lace brassieres, SECO, $1.23 and $1.99,
: Flannelette night gowns, silk embroidery
trimmed : 98e. , , , , ,
- Children's (2 to 6 years); fleece 'lined jert'es'
drawer leggills; black, navy, brown; (white in
sizes 5 and 6); elk Pail - .
, Infants' all wool knit-setssacque bootees
and captrimmed in p'nk or blue silk, beauti
ful and useful gifts for the baby, at A3.1i10 and
$3.98 set. , . ,
' Infants soft, warm Beacon blankets, iii de
lightful clear plaids
0 a., 30s40 size: shell
riOIVICTIIIItlg stitch. 31.00;- satin
for the ,, trimmed: $1.50. ...-' ,
, Baby . Irian Ji,regg is heti
., in the Inftnts' De
partment each after
noon from 1:30 to 4:30 to cut and trim the
little folks' hair; 26e.
, Well pressed means well dressed. Vlectric
irons delight housewives tind girls away from
book Priced at 2311L - ,-,-:. -
- ' . - .7 Toast made on ,the
p - ',.- '716.--.;'.. table i, means fresh
-011' '' IL '' ' ',- toast. ',' The newest
al '-. lite ..e variety ' of electric
, ,-. -
. , rit..-t.4.t.... toasters. Seireral
-..urilw"1"!' ig styles. Priced at $2.96
, to $7.95. - '; '
'- IL grill will-coo-1E so Entire meal: The, miss
at school will like.one. - Priced M $7.501
Pretty-table lanips fitted' electricallyt" In-eluding
shades,' they are 65.00 to 121.50.'
Eleetric -bat' plateclor making toast or for
cooking: 111.96. ' ,, e -
Pyrex baking ware in nickel plated on brass
trainee: $2.00 to $11.50. ,-", - ",
advance for immunitYN for rme
crimes Alley sire. about- to commit:
4,-e lc "Moots. ,
"It this merger is lawful, there lel
not tbe slightest mama or :excuse
for bargaining or attempting' to
bareMin 'with cheofficiale about it
in advent. - If it is plainly unlaw,
tut; then the attempt to sectire Of
Ada' -sanction for it is - nothing
lem thaohasking to, have the of
nails agree- to compound crime.
"This -proposed merger siniPlY
seekolp carry one step further the
scheme, of treating greater. attd
greeter, monopoly in the packing
, - -7,....-....---.............- no........,,4---- -- ,' Mo y's -brattier,. Allen- Dalrymple
" 3 - 'Eatnanin Val LI LIVII and lyliss Antionette Karges last
'-.1 . -Manila ,Molice Service.' - - ' Fri Y. .,-Itet: Mr. Mordy'performed
, '10, v. f. B. Silcox,' of Montreal, th; Iceremony; .. -,' - - t ;
Qllebec, will serve as supply pastor Helen Ann, daughter -of Mr. and
at the First Congregational ehurch, Mrs. E. T. Doily; 836 Twenty-third
of Moline until a permanent sue- I street, who yesterday underwent an
cessor to Rev. C, Ladd is engaged.
Rev, Silcox will . preach his , first for relief of ntastbids, is reported
1 oPtration at Rt. 'Authones hospital
sermon in the , Moline church al today to-be resting easilli,
it, week from Sunday and he will - p. IL :Edgertot, whose 'resigna
continue to serve as long as he ISItion as farm adviser became effcc
I needed. .I.' E. Nyhan, secretary of I tive Dec. I, left with his family yes
the Moline T. lit C. A, will occuPY terday afternoon for Marion, Ind..
the pulpit at. the First Congrega- their new home, where Mr. Edger
tional church neat Stmdalr and M ton Will engage in farming,- 111
I M. Sanderson will speak, on the: trip to Indiana is being made by
work of the Gideons. : auto. N. t - . ,
Rev. Mr. Silcox was formerly pas-1 Osca; E. Ackerson."Tarm adviser,
tor of the Westmintser Congrega-1 left joday for Chicago to attend the
tionat church .af Kansas city, Ho. livestock show, , , . ,
1Since leaving the church there he '
1 has supplied at the First Congre- BOOTLEG LIQUOR
gational church of San Francisco,
Cal., the Pl3rmouth Congregational CAUSES INCREASE ' '
church of ,Reattle, Nash.. the Pil
grimCongregational -church of St. IN COUNTERFEITING
Louis, Mo, and the Brewster- Con-- -,, - -.. - . - -
itregational church of Detroit, Mich. ------ '
, - , .,.: 4 Washington, Dec, 6.The bootleg
IAuNDRy FIRms 1 aligbuiogr ibnuesrienaessesi hina:ecboroounfehrtfeattiboougt,
Iteurs, W. M. Moran, chief of the
secre,t service, told the house tip
. t I roprooTriatolobiniso ctodonryittee at hearings
' " ' ,,, Illustrating the general use to
, -------t -1 which the spurious money is put,
ticago, Dec. S.Bombing, . of Mr. "Moran mentioned two poses
two laundry establishments sidful- where counterfeit federal reserve
taneously last night was attributed 'notes were paid for liquor for smug
'by, proprietors to their refusal to i gling. . .
affiliatewith . an organization 1 orl , Mr. Moran said that much coon
1 latindry owners, known as ''' the terfeit mopey was being pasied to
Laundrymen's Business associa-1 ships bringing in liquor in violation
non. -, ,- - - 4- of few. ,
'CANADA PASTOR -
vo PILL - PULPIT
hicago, Dec. 6.Bombing, of
two laundry establishments sidful
taneously last might was attributed
by, proprietors to their refusal to
affiliate.;With.,an organization of'
latiUdry owners, known as "'the
Laundrymen's Business associa
tion. , , , -
DEPARTMENT S7ORE - MOLINE ILL. -
We know boys who'd beat 'Cap Stubbs" all
hollow with 'tbeir-"Jiminy" if on -ophristmas
morning,' uaHe a, big boa packed with one
of these-nit wool meek
.1 - tuaws wita nig warm
Forithe - shawl collars at
For trapping., skat
B ' v , 1 . to& ' ' . , -
1 ' ro For trapping;,skat
: , ing, etc., a gm &warm
sweater isn't amiss: slip-over and coat styles:
Vain or elmibination colors.. SIAS to $8.43...- ,-;
Four .1ktother is very likely withouta silk ans.'
'well& 411e likes the very thought of a shirting
- -silk ,umbrella. ' but
I, '' 1 . p she'd never - in the .
U brellas - wide world bu3r ' me
for herself. We havit:-
- - an - especially pretty
f line of the all .... silk
umbrellas with clear attractive ring handle,
club end, and claws, in all the wanted colors;
at S0.75. - . , . .
Ladies' silk 'and linen umbrellas, in holly
Here. are hand painted cork hot dish mats.'
three or four to a setr. They tell us these can
be pat in water and washed like a dish. Some
In the Art
Dept. ' -
9Se and $1.49.
0 , .-.., f , . : ;-,.. ,, , . 0 1
I - retsonal 14910LN I
Mr's. H. 'C. Sett?' atiiit aad daughtrr
Jolla111a 'left thib,uoaraing for is
two week. 'visit 'with Mrs. Schreve's .
sister. Mrs. 11. H. Thomas and fam-, ,
ily in Galesburg. , . ' .0-4,..N ,
iits. 0. L. Garrett of Imi;laild
Coi0.. is,visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mra Homer Knapp. zrat Twea- '
tieth avenue. - -,- '-- '., - 1., :
Dr. illit. P. .I. Gleason is returi
elly ed tothe State IA& of lower
wherw he is an. ins ctor, after '
spendIng several, dare with lis par
entasMr. andsMirs.-Itichard Gle,a
son, ft2,4,Twenty-Ifth street., , ,
Reii. and lirs.-I. T:-Mordy have
retu ed 'from ladianapollis; where
they tteridedthe Marriagerof Mrs. '
Mo y's -brsthea., Allen- Dalrymple
and Miss Antionette Kerges lastt
Fri y.,-Relt: Mr. Mordy'performed ,
th; Icerentony; z., --' - ; - ; ;,'
Helen ABM, daughter -of Mr. and
Mrs. E. T. Dolly; 836 Twenty-third
street, who yesterday underwent an I
optration at .-pt. 'Anthony's hospital
for relief of ,snasttilds, is reported
today to-be resting easillit. , - -
- P. R. :Edgertali, whose resigna
tion as farm adviser became effec
tive Dec. 1, left with his family yes
terday afternoon for Marion, Inci.,
their new home, where Mr. Edger
ton 'will engage in farming, Tha
triP to Indiana-4s being made by
Osca; E. Ackerson.larm adviser,
ieft,teday for Chicago to attend the I
inaws with warm
sets aie round, some
- oblong. The., pretty
little blue llolland
scene painted ono each
, piece .makes these
quaint mats highly
artistic. Two paes,
Just received this morning, four dozen un
bleached stamped. darning sprees to sell again
If your daughter or girl friend bas started a
French ivory toilet set, add a piece to it. Our
tine is quite completeivory combs, brushes,
clothes hrus!ws, mir
In the rors. perfutne bottles
, and atomizers. bufferq,
lielry, hair receivers. pow--
D Vint der boxes. picture
--r fratnes, paper knives.
scissors, ptt cushions,
shoe horns, trays, Jewelry boxes, nail files, mili
tary hrushes,,caamente and toilet sets in fitted
boxes: 25e to $10-03. -
Silver thimbles, 50e each.
Scissors and thimble, set 8'5e.
Just as you come in the Fifteenth Street en,
trance, you come to the kooksrows and rows
of them. Pont' !sr 1
-- - - 'copyrights by Zane
Backs Grey. James Oliver
Cursvood. Ix ving
Bischelier,,Ethel 5L Dell, Dorothy Canfield.
Booth Tarkington; 75e copy.
BOOKS FOR BOYS A,,,ND GIRLS:
, Boy Scout books, series, Ige each. , ,,,,
l',-,Rn.dlo Boys, series, age each. -
' Grimm's Fairy 'Fates; big fat books :- 75c to
SI.35. - --' ' '''
,''' Ruth Fielding. series, 49e each. , ,
' Betty Gordon, series, atte each.
Tbe Curleytops, aeries, 49c each., . .
On the Third Floor: framed pictures, sub
lects that make especially good Christmas
. pressats. For in
stance, there's the
. rame . 'Whistling Boy",and
- F ' d ' -
' Pictures "lleekleberry, Finn," .
such delightful sun
shiny compositiolte: A.
. , ,- -.. there are a series of 1
'-s '.. 'I ' -- f A.- Baby pleturra la blue
.:...sok ''''',..,1 ,,,' and.. gold ,,, triunclo.--,.
si 4.:, ' , , rAtighty Like a
' ) , , '' Rose," "The Amok
It6,,o 4 - - nine' "A Little Bit -
A of Heaven."- and "A
st , Double Blessing"; and
. ,,-, .., , 0, ,...... pastet proctactiona of,
SIAS to IMAM.
Danville, Di, Dee. 0.--John
dore Carrington, acquitted late ye&
terday Of the murder of his aliter.
in-law. Mrs. Lydia Carriagtek ,
yearwago,- sent a tologama to bia
two little motherless children br
motiatt county, Colorado, hens&
ately atter the jury had brougat
a verdict ot "not guilty'.
"Daddy, we are both prayini tot
you every night end hope yea rim
soon be with us again," tha
dren wrote in a letter received dar
ing the trial of Carrington, who re
turned here after beini a fugitive
from justice since the night of Aug.
3, 1903. , ,
Carrington returned hers' to ,
clear his name and see his methw,
mra. Mary Carrington, now a "Ole
an past 80 years of age. gas ar.
tended, the -trial and when the var.
diet wail announced tears triekled
down her face and she eMbraced
her son- -
Carrington plans to visit relatives
for a few days and then retina lo
Colorado, where he hut opeaed a
vein of coal. and with the opening
of a railmad through the mut:,
hops to reestablish himself after
living for nearly a score of years
with a price on his head.
On the Third Floor this morning there was
quite a flurry. The little red kindergarten chairs
and yellow chairs, were all placed out in
row, and rockers, bless youcane rockers,
wicker sets, yes, sad
rockers svith leather
Toy seats, if you please.
- Furniture Then came tea tables
for the doll party, and
, chairs to tnatch And
would you believe it? We saw a real honestto-goodness
tea wagon just like mother's, only
white--and you can push it right along, tott,
-We almost forgot the small cedar cheats,
they're $3.75 to $5.49.
Ask tee vivacious high school girl what she
wants foe C ristmas, and nine times out of bit
she'll tell you about a
bright colored scarf
hset s e saw et Fisk
and Loosley's. The
1 SetS Ready-to-Wear aad
have these sets at
$2.00 to $5.75. And the Infants' department la
well prepared with angora sets ,for the wee mist
under six: theseire VA& -
Who Rohm. to PON
tier IS Toon Aerialt
Diu! Ile Jury. '--
, INJURED AT SE w
rChicago. Dee. S.Horace a'llet-4.
more, son of Frank O. Wetinoril,
'president 'of the First Natissal
bank, today was suffering troll la
juries received last night 'Milian&
ing 6,n entil in tbe triple bar jump
I ing competition at the Internatien
al Livestock show. Lucky' Strike,
Wetmore mount, stumbled Over
the six-foot hurdle, throwing
to the tanbark.
Some months agili Wetmore tort.
sook a- college education to enter
I the services of a local packing Com
pany as a laborer "to learn t, Ike
business from the ground ne: 4
lilt isn't right
- tell us.
Dmeelally for the men on your list, we would
inggest practieni furnishings. This year. you'll
find it easier time
Our New ever to get him !some
thing bpi: like. here.
AIM'S St '"
C' For instance there
He!p : ar,
Angora silk sad
knitted millers at31.00 to $4.50. ,
Men's socks, fiber silk and silk, 45c to $1.75.
Pajamas, $1.35 tO $2.50.
foe, 32iic lb.- '
,'Flour, 2 lb. bag 25e.
!. Fig Bar Cookies, 2
lbs. for 35c.
Black Pepper, 19e
Seuddees Maple Sy
rup. plot am 29e.
Black Walnuts, 8
lbs. for 29e. , ,
0.. Dried- Pen'tdiee. 2rbe
Granulated Sugar, 11 lbs. tor 79e
with other groceries over $1.00. :
Marsha Erg b'est Hard Winter
Wheat Flour, $2.10 sack, ,
Bull; Dates, 2 lbs. for 25c. '
Fresh Sweet Potatoes, 7 lbs. fort
Fresh Juicy Grape Fruit, 3 for
25c. - i
Sugar. Cured Bacon SquIres,ij 15c
Extra Fancy Large Red Onion,
7 lbs. for 25c.
Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans for 25c.
African Java Cof- Boneless Smoked'
fee, 32)fie lb.- ' ' Cottage Hams, S3e
,'Flour, 2 lb. bag 25e. , ced eev,
!, Fig Bar Cookies, 2 r:21-:enge:111".
'Ms 35c Quince Ism. 25e
Black Pepper, I9e Banlett Pearl. 1.1
Sandwich Meat, all,
lb. too. '
Seuddees Maple Sy- Oil Sardines. 5 taw,
rup. pint am 29e. for 23e.
Black Walnuts, 8 Sommer fkusagel
lbs. for 211e We lb.
Dried- Pea'nies;" 2rke' - MalPbettow,
''''' ' - The Fisk & Loos ley- c , ,
ou. ' --
, ,i ,
. . , - , ,
Every day now, until Christmas, every custo- We know boys who'd beat 'Cap Stubbs" all ,,,-09' ,-V ',', .
mer'' bbyleg over 25e anywhere in our store hollow with 'theim"Jiminyr if on,Christmas , f ,-. ! s, 1 t
(except - groceries) ' morning,' unHe a, big box packed with one ' . . . A ,1111111, 1 :ç
,will be Olken a pretty ' of these-all wool muck- ' ' 1191r,
'' Santa Claus
1 little "Santa Claus" . I ' jaws with big warm -
For 'the -
, Tickets ticket free. . - i . , shawl , collars , , at
. When Santa Claus A
. Bry , $4.05- ' . , " - r---- .' Virel. ''ti '
comes to our store ' For trapping.:shat- , t- . - AS..,.......31101t
(whict will be ten days or so before Christ-' in& etc., a gm &warm . ',MI t jp, t
mas), he. will give a &hirable little present free sweater isiti amiss: slip-over and coat styles: - ''' diliz -- t ,V, ' L..,, - ''' --11'...4,-,..
V 4 . .
t .43 each child who brings him one of these Vala or ,,mbinatten colors $1 CY to $6.45. -,- - tf ,
"Santa Claus" tickets. . ,..... , ; , -, , ttla -1:. 'w .
..,0,,,,... ..: . k en., Ilia v Tour lktother is very likely withouta silk unt-' g
. - -, ... .
ka I lee. ..I - i.
ICC, Ýea. ., , ,
is stales. .-...1 ...- t
late, it , ': .:. le
le te lib .1, :, 1
. y yo
roulat la .
, .., ra
bbnoti- ..-.. ,: aet
' - t -,! la
vial for ',, .., id
yolt la . .:, .., tel
tka dill. , ' . be
!red der- ",
Lo artier,. .:-... be
' futility . ... : es,
it of Aug. -.. .. :of
hero' to . . ,
i mother. , oil
r a wool- ' ''''.
filis at. !sit
the ler. ' ." ke
I trickled : lit
embrao34 - !al
' -'' c oft
, relatives .' an
retort to . IV'
least a - - eol
k opening en
ectillzY ''' , ' tht
self after . YOE
of years ,1,
-, ... ' gic
, , ' sill
311, 7.: '-' - --!.-t1
while:rid. - '
ty Strike, , . -
led . toer l' ' -
wing lim i
- , ; .
lore tore. I
to enter -,
king lam- ,
earn t, the
I vie: '4
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:Ca s 1 - , i .
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f--0' - -- ,- - 11.1 '1, 111.101)04.....,... :'i ; ..- Mrs., H. C. suid daughter i 1. :. ,,,,,i
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i I , .. ,,,, , .. ..,..4"r . . I - . "It this merger.'" 'ambit, there la Johanna left thiiymoriting tor -.1a . .
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f ' . ,. ,74 ,95.,,.,N:::::,kt.,, 1,' A'5?'''',:''':'::':!': ' '....;. ' ' ' : . ' ' '.: -: ' ' t ' for bargaining ';, or4ttetepting to sister.- Mrs. IL H. Thome" and fern--; , i .,t.,, : ., , ,- , , , t...1,.. ,. .
94, .t,;,;;;I;O:14' ", , , ,,---- ,:!,,,I, '.:1-'4"77"':.,;. - ,...1 1:7 . ,, : ; ' : - '. ''.. '- A.' ,,.. :. lwith aber,,Olffetala about, ix ily la GalosbarL ,, ., . .,F, ,4,.., . s ... ,,.,, ,.. . , r ., ,
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''.....1 ..1.:2'-i'''.'4. ''.' ;.':: '''''::.41-7.t;':"..' 1..: Sellatar..,..7.,,,ttorrisgaing, , rripprealeAtaterk. . - Nmr bý,rarebaseildiall. Ariallib:ear:AtIlidiel.111,1s., arincialeutialLadTan46:11:hethaLe:lthe:all:kitelittinttigetrilliSeM,Itepot:Pihtahliks7'103Ctir13:v t:heXelliet100::!: tet1701d,et:Itel: aee.viaLvwGk:i:eillightit:glirre.W.1,easontith....th."4;;;C:LhOMt.rt,11141ri:8:r..ht.OterlaVtlt...net::. i ?tal.::13.. lanA,,,Inilittet,..vt.:11e.11111allinhel. mYtanDetAttiste4i1, ftetoalitin..1., till. , : t...:.:"4'. :. ':
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,senction- for-- it -is '' nothing an' d Virg Homer Knapp, 2612 'rueit4t.' '- 1 ' ''' Daiaville jar. I -
- ,,,,,,:o ,,-.., -...,...i.,.,, -,--,-0,,;, -, , nada ag- tee- to compound 'a crime. , ,- ,... .. ;,.. , - , :.:' ,.:.,...i, ,,.....,-- - :, , , ..., , - i
'-': ' '''-'1 1----'s rase.) - , . . r. a. ui ... ,
-- - yr Nee.. a -- no ; , "This ,proposed - merger shnPil
th,. ad toIlie State Cull, ot "owl, 1110. I - i
-.t t 1- e3 Int Along , scum. .,adepteastae res..., se!kalp c!irry o!!e step turtle. r --:i where ilia is att, ins Ctor, atter dors Cerrington, acquitted late saa. ,...,
I Wailiktok, Tbi - 1
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lug ror -ItiveLona
VI -,,,:,,...'-:1 kliWZRONA44": ' : W47 iliTr ' ITI-11"-af:glimitten TA '1 ' : ,
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,tii- ,;','::t. '.;itkt;:ilh,oiox-t,A.'-is, '',4-:7.,---3$4,,4,-H4Ý-,f, ..::,'1.. -Wilt the -11eaPased ' Annear - 'CANADA PASTOR : ':. ,. '
(r.,,-,,,,..-.:::52i,-, .. - : ., - all writ Packer alerger : '. Aro ELL .41Erulipril , ; ,
tpf,',,.,,,,,,,v,:0.,,,,,, .:: -, . . ..
:44.00 :,?-' r-i,,i,4 ri-;:wElfaitttiii (''''''''''':'''''''''''' ' "':;
, , Washington.' Dec.- 6,---An attack " .;.-, ....1101INE GstracH
,,,,,,,,mm4rAN:,., - .,:.,,,, - .,.,',4,.,,,,...,:f.,AA. ,, ., ,, , on the proposed tuerger et 'the Arr. '.. r. xkocial Atous anima .,...
a.,.,. lt,,,,;16'.wr''40,,iik,L .,,,.. ,,,K.,.$",,,'''4.,::,,',.,,,,,i-x:' 7, mour : & Morris Meat packing-ccm-, iItesi ij.,.. a , Bilcos,',ot, Montreal,
'VA"- ."----;;L,'"'"0--,2&47A1- pfniirfetVi) Vi cerns walk made la the senste'll0-. Quehec, will iertwas Supply-pastor
ir,6-7,..i.?:. v...1441,--;;;;;' :.:.:,... .), day by Senator Lalrollette, Repub-, at the First Congregational Church ,
4''' -1M415,-NOPI rA lican, of 'Wisconsin,- who declared of Moline- until a -permanent suc-I
(1,71 1L,--"m ..,-,, . A that the packers were seeking imt cessor to Rey.. C. :Laddls engaged.
--'-':r.-.:,,t4:-,,,';', ,ft. I munity in,- advance from Presiden Rev ,,sitcoa , wiu , preach his , first
,,. 5,sr r.,.
,,,,,,,,,,,, ,. .-ik ..,... ,,,,t) I Ming 'and' governmeile officials: eennon in the, , Moline , church a 1
7,?...,,,..::44."..,,,, - ,1,, I Ma
fe.::'it-''''-'41:--'''''' z '''': I - ''Neither the president nor Secre-',a, week' from- Sunday and he wild
eý--:a,,;---Fr -. ,;-.i - terr Wallace of the department,a cotitiane-,to serve -as long as he is 1
, p.,,.:',': ., 2
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:Ii,i:.,?,,,',i,',;,',' .) 1,:::, ,;'vt;v''''.:,,,,,i f.-,.:1,.!',: , agriculture., Senator Larollette de- needed.: j.' E. Nyhan, secretary of I
..,.--',,i',,,,-',) 1:b.r.' V,':-.44:,;i',ia-l aired; hag anY ,right or autheritý 'the Moline Y. M. C. A, will occuPY
, '' - to-live theApproval required bY L ,the, pulpit atthe First Congregaittç',::..-.,P
gt.,,,,,,..---,A,,,t;'"",,n'.- ' Ogden' Armour for his pdrchase of tional church, next ,Sanda.y. and M.
1:4 ,,......1:':,:5 '. 'iE.i,1 :. C.7- ,'.:,,.:;,:,E:::i!ifil!::,'--: '-',.,-.7 ' i''''iY'': ;- the Morris Interests. - ' 4 IL Sanderson will speak,. ,on , , the',
il) ("'"v' tik: : Vs,44,.:9;...,.kr,.,-,.,.,:::.: ,t,
-1,,,---:1' ' Can't Sell ladalgenee. - ,,,-- work of the Gideons. ,, ,., 1
.f.":'-; "432',47,ilt f,..-:.-'-.4.... 1-- - "It-hasn't lyet -reitched-tbe -,pMnt i Rev. Mr. Silcox was formerly pas-I
, --, -- - -- ,-,-, ,..,-,,,,,. ,,. . .,.....,. ,.. 5. A.,....... ,-,. ,..-,' Witt:MA..1k till
IMolise Pie president. to Well in- Since leaving 'the church there he ,
dulgence to law breakers." ', has supplied at the First Congre
- "If the president should 'give the gational church of San Francisco, BOOTIA
opinion to these packers that their ' Cal., the Pl3rmouth Congregational ITCA SI
and until proposed merger was lavrful," said church of ,Seattle, .Wash., the Pii
eMiseOnsin seastor;' '"such ,,an grim,Congregational - church of St. IN' CO
r of police. the
) ef leanY executiVe action would be tante- Louis Mo., and the Brewster Con- - , -
illgateci toy tne vice mug.. .. ' ' . - . osviiiii, us pruuloutg uun Lee coons gregauonal couren oi uetrott, imen.1 , .,
- . '
. . :, - . , ' . , ,, would take no proceediAg either t,o , , , . ,,,,,:i '-',Washingt
. . prevent the commission or to inter 111 HUDRy FIDIIS I liquor bust
-- -,..: -,,441i, .
-- ....,,,.,.t -:-Itiorp-.:.:,i,,,..:: . ,.' '1, .:,' ft!',-r-A: ' lii":;,- 7, , .-,., ference against it" , - - - , -,1s. big incre
- '. ::- ',- :. 4,,lt-',','',"4-4-'41.,: ,Z- :-.., ''-., ',..04',',.i, : - --:' s,' . . . ,, ' , 1:,,,,-; -,,t,,,r , , " - Contrary to Law. - . 111,111 !nit . I much of wt
,, 4. ,. -",,,i, :: :,,,,,, .,, ...,:,,,,,,::,,:,,:,,. : .. ði. ,,:- ,: , Senator Larollette ,said be be- -: !' - ' ,
,,,,,,, , I teurs, 'W. I
-W - -Bend the pmposed merger to be .,, secre,l serv
.11,-,:;0.",,, .s.,.... : . ss.:,4,,,, :. -,;. .:::,,,,,?0, :, .. :--
'contrary to the' laW - and .,- public . , propriatiolnii,
, , --.::-t :: .,,,:,.,:,,,,, ,-,,,:.--,,,- ",ki ,;,,,, . ..,'-,;: . 4,-,.. "'--ok.--..;- ,, A,4':,,,: I.policy." Headded that the past his-i , , , - I , , . v , made pub
.. k!.:-.417A.' ':.v6.1'.;'''5:.--'1:.:''''''' .-- 4f44:44A,- :'::,:'0,,,r-":7'474:,:::',ir. lo ha I,
totiT;;ofmtbee largd pack.iirs was one ,, ., ' , -,-;,," - , ' ' - , ' - .,; 7111,ustratil
410 ti . -:, - ,-,:- ----: : .4,- ,' :,-,, , -,-, .: ,.,. ,-,,,,, .:-, . , fu defiance. of the law.' -..,- --, ,,!- -,-, ,, ..-, . , , . 71 Which the -
, .1 '.,,,,,i:'-'
:114' '-''''..-.''-' r, -:: :,',,,, ,:2 ,.,:::- :,-,:,,,,z4, :tiK.: 1 1.1et Armour swallow up Morris Chicago, , Dec. 6.---Bombins, . of Mr. "Moran
----,-,5---a- 'A ,,, 4-, . ,:--:- -.- l. ,- ..- ....
---,- sd. .....,,t,::?,., .: .; .-...,;,..----.: , - , as 'this ntorger proposes, and -0f iv0 laundry establishments sidful-, where com
-i ,-,' , ".. --'s ..iiitix :1g .:. , course your competition -is gone. taneously last might was attributedt.notes were i
t '-.:4r .,,, :.,.' 3'. 1, ."One Of the most dangerous and 'by, proprietors to ',their refusal to i gling.
-15IX.,- .4,,,,, ,,. ' ': 1 'I wicked practices'twhich has' grown ' affiliate. :with 'z. att. organizatign 1 ' of'l -, Mr. Mora
---iiy?',,,- ,',,,,ft 4 ''','- ft' lup la el in our days, is, that by latindry Owners, known ,, as .' the terfeit mop
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cpb, '"':- :''' .11 '. whichrggreaY t corporations go either Laundrymen's Business associa- ships bring,
- - to the president or the heads of de- Mon. , ' - ''. - ,, --.. - , , -4 ,- of taw. ,
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' , 'down. ' DI2ARTMENT S7ORE - MOLINE ILL - - it tight. - t
,.,. Busines litotes 'Irom the Busiest Store in the ' Three Pities-- : ,
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' i cated On the white slave charge. ....mi.., ...is .n. nu.... Anage". 444.,- months. , , ,, palming et wino. is oetieveu so oe 1 , -- Inpiii-....,, --,..51,4, :
, .,1111s is the white slave ring on
, ',, which Mg government has been Farland who was 66 years old,
died of dysentery. An inquest was Mrs. Schneekloth. who was -Was , be sn
elite first case of diabetic cema to ;eitylls-o-ol :Tsai ' ' - ;
ccessfully arrested in tbe an- r- ,w s, , , -
. -silk - umbrellas ' but I
is ., - 1. p. she'd never - in the ,
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quite a flurry. The little red kindergarten chairs
find yellow chairs, were all placed out in a
ellen -''- W.ðe world buy ' one
held yesterday because of an in- Minnie Nichols- before her mar-!nals of medicine in this city, will- , 1. ''' 1:t , 4 ,k klittla Ilk. . ' U brellas ' ; 4 row, and rockers, bless you-cane rockers,
t. - iverbinp fbr several months. -
I ; It isa known tact that the ois,r
, i. eat has gatheted evidence that dai's
jury McFarland Incurred several riage, was born in Moline Nov. 14,1 cal authorities today expressed high '
ago when another patieut 1848, and had reided there all her praise for the treatment used-the for herself. NS e hav -
. - - an,- especially pretty wicker sets, yes, sad
rockers svith leather
t, line of the all silk
threw a tincup at him. The testf-1 life. She - was married to Pete insulin serum, a recently reported - - - ,
'smart than - one - hundred ' girls. umbrellas with elear attractive ring handle, Toy fleets, if you please.
1 51nostly beneath the ages sof 18 0 ,11 0
mon,. indicated, however that the Schneeldoth in Moline Oct 8 1S82 I discov b Dr F G Ba ti d - -- Blouses- of Paisle silk that come d se - ver
man had died f t '1 . ery o a. . . n n an , . - y
o na ura cause& He died on April 30, 1917. Sur-1C. F. Best, two University of To- ,, the skirt like a jaequette: also crepe de chine club end, and claws, in all the wanted colors; for the doll party, sas
; years, had been transported from -- - at $0.7,1 - ' Furniture Then CitMe tea table!
, chairs to match. And
McFarland was transferred to Wit- viving Is a daughter, Emma, at , ronto graduates. , - . ' blouses and tailored waists; each in a holly - ' -
1 -.Rock Island US Davenport and vice Ladies' silk and linen umbrellas, in holly would you believe it? We saw a real honest- ,
I tertown from the Ogle county farm home; four sisters: Mrs. Henry I "The treatment taken from the box: Iwo& ' '
Fveres. It also became known that . boxes, 33.75. . , to-goodness tea wagon just like mother's, only
tieveral years age. . meyers, Molines,-Mrs. Henry Dor-I, pancreas of a pitssjs undoubtedly Ladies' crepe de ,
" sworn affidavits had - been ob- -
Here are hand painted cork hot dish mats.- white-and you can push it right along, tos
, - man, Mrs. John Rusher. and Mrs.' one of the greatest scientific con- . chine eombinations -
' .qathos from perhaps 16, ot these
Mrs. 3L E. Ghi. . Fred Mason, all of California. I tributions of modern tisnes," said
'' Gift t d
s epan an camisole We 'almost forgot the small cedar chests-, 1
: ,,giris, ,
three or four to a Fief They tell us these can
be put in water and washedlike a dish. Some .
, .:. The este toe Mrs. Van Dale's pre- ' Mrs. IL E. Girt, a resident of Funeral services will be held i Dr. ThoMas Howell. superintendent :- Suggestions, - they're $3.75 to $5.49. . .
: - ;limitary hearing has not as yet East Moline and the upper end of Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in i of New York hospitals. .' from the
, $5.00 values, $3.98. , s
sets are round, Nome
i . been set by United States Commis- Rock Island county for 40 years, the home at 1514 Seventh avenue.' Successful use of a serum to ar- Girls' (8 to-- 14 Ask tee vivacious high school girl what she
- stoner Bush, but a tentative date die,d M 3 o'clock this meriting at Rev. F. J Ralf, pastor of the Evan- rest ,,the, progress of gangrene also Women's years) wool dresses.
in bright red and navy In the Art oblong. The, pretty wants fot C ristmas, and nine times out of tett
Needlework little blue 'llolland she'll tell you about a
, aas boon agreed on; It is niers- the home of her son, Harry Girt, 375 gelical Church of Peace, Rock Is- was 'claitned.-- , I
- scene painted on each
day afternoon at 2 O'cleck.-- - . ' -- Twenty-third street. East Mane. land, will conduct ,- the services., Sixteen-year-old George VanHas- combinations: S4.98. ' ., I bright colored scarf
& piece makes these Ane ra
', . Thin white Slave ling 9 Slid te -,- MM. Girt was born at Buffalo, Burial Will be in Ritterside eeMe-' eel of Brooklyn was taken t0 the Wear . Fur sets for the vep,,. , . . ,. , - , set she saw at Fat
have connected -Chicago, Peoria, Iowa. In 1843. Forty years ago sreltery. . - - - ,, itsPital three weeks ago in tb' dia- : Department little girls, $2.50 to
Dabutinte De Moines and Dave - - tame to the vicinity of what is now - -- '' ' - tic coma, a sttate iti abe diseasel , , - Sm.. '-
. port with Rock , Island. The girl the Watertown section of East Mo- ' Funeral of Mr. Reenter. ., i which heretofore has beeh regard-1
-1, Who is said to have been hit over Hne and ahe had reside4 there ever Funeral ser'rices for John E.-flo- lied-is hapeless, given the, instills'
P the head with the beer bottle by es since. , crafer, 1329 Third avenue, will be I
11) quaint mats highly
artistic. Two slges,
- lose and $1.49. ''' ' - ' f
Vifash satin ' or all
lace brassieres011.110, $1.23 and $1.:le. I Just received this morning, four dozen un
treatutedt and a few days ago west - -. Flannelette night gowns, . silk embroidery
Eitecharged. -, With careful dieting . trimmed: 98c. ; ' bleached stamped. darning aprcns to sell again SetS Ready-to-Wear aad
SCS.Tf t and Loosley's. The
have these sets at
4250 to 93.75. And the Infants' department is
1I . former city official is said to have Surviving are three daughters: ,held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow aft- I at sac each. ,,,,, . - r
(i - ,been bmught here from Aurora. III, Mrs. Wilda Bloomsmut, Moline; emoon' In Moeller's funeral par,:tatad periodic Injections of the pan- ' , ,
ease !cress extracts, physicians said, his -L- . , well prepared with angora sets for the wee wise
under, air theseire $2.98. I
- ' If yotir daughter or girl friend has started is ,
,1 This girl is also mid to have been Mrs. Susie Kinkaid, Okla.. and Mrs. lora. Rev. H. R. Baker will - i French ivory toilet set, add a piece to it. Our -, '
Children's (2 to 6 ars) ' 1 - -
il Starbored by the Van Dale woman Mary - Bloom, Des Moines, Iowa: charge of the services. Burial will life will not be endangered by the, - ' t, ye , I eece lined jersey i . 1 . 11 F.
toe ta quite comp ete-wors combs, brus es, .
H ia bar house in Rock Island. - two SOBS, Harry, East Moline, and be in Riverside cemetery, Moline. disease. "'- '''-- , drawer leggids: black, navy, brown:, (white in '
g ft; ,. ,, - sizes 5 and 6); 98e Pah ' - ciethes brus!ies, mir- suggest practieal furnishings. This year. you'll
..Apecially for the men on your list, we would
:''e'.1 ' ' r Iloyd, ealantic City, N. J. She also -,T.- ,,, Arresig' Gangrene. ', ',erg. perfume bottles find it easier than
if gl raanvedsehloi
'' 13211 LOUIS OSTROM ' ni de rebsroattnectr,1114vegrsealsttegrrsan, 2d3 Funeral of ,31.rs. Romper. , s , -
. uccessful use of a serum to ar
Funeral services tor Mrs, Mar- rest the progress of gangrene was ; Infants' all wool knit-sets--sacque, bootees In the
and cap-trimmed in p'nk or blue silk, beauti- T I v ,
and atomirrs. beifers, .
ever to get him some
JeWeiry, hair receivers. pow--
- ful and useful gifts for the baby, at a3.1)10 and thing heT like. here.
li '''' num pREEDENT onsren. , , , , . , garet Rattner were held this niorn- claimed -with the , ailinettlicement der boxes. pint tire ' n ,
tc.en s Stcre
1, - , ,.. Funeral servicaNtill be held at
- LEGION AUXILIARY the Angevine undertaking patlore ing at 8:30 o'clock in the home of that ' EdWard Trainor, 0 si I g ' la let. -
her daughter, Mrs. George Uhlmey- was discharged, from St. 8M11 ille ' '. - ' ' '. - ''.( '
- - at 2 Saturday afternoon and at the er -616 Forty-fourth street, withho Wit 1 t I ht. T
1 sp as n g rainor, who , ', - , - ' - ' ' ' Dztpt. '''
ar s , Infante soft, warm Beacon blankets, iis de- frames, paper 'knives. . v s
scissors p'n cushions,
, . , ; C...7.n ktzlp -
., For instance there
, are: ,
. lightful clear , plaids shoe horns, trays, Jewelry hazes, nail files, mill- Angora silk e sad
il-, Of i , ' -' d"--"- '. . - Watertown Baptist church at 2:30: I t 9 ' 1 Ir 1 90 Ili
It .:: WI. Louis Ostrom iivall. billeted The Rev. Mrs. W - B P . .... serv ebs a e e oc- . -- -ary's I froze bot hie feet sal years ago, 0 - as 30s40 size: shell tary brushes,scaatneure and toilet sets in fitted
. owell will Catholic church. , R F. J. lieh- was admitted to the hos ital last 1 ithfflexmlrig ' ' - knitted nu:friers at31.00 to $450. ,
stitch. 31.00:- Battu boxes: 25e to $1003. --" ,- '- ." . - - 73
prelltient,ef tbe American' Legion officiate and burial will be in Itiver.ilein, pastor. condu he servicest4Idarch ft bo 11 ' '' -
a er th legs and several ' ' - f th tr d- s , -,, WI 6 bl 90c h. ' . Men s socks, fiber silk and silk, 4ac to St
1 antaillarelast night at a meeting side cemetery. . or e . in., . 1.,,o. . .,1 ver on es, eac ,
assisted by Rev. Joseph Tritz, Ly- ngers had been-amputated In an - - - , Pajamas, $1.35 to $2.50.
f ;bold at the legion ball. She suc- -- i , Bab Mins Jii,fegg is 1,4, -. Scissors and tl,amble,- set fise. -
ons, Iewa, and Rene Leon ,Van Tae-leffort to stay sthe progress of thi ,
.4 ,ceede MISS George Standuber. Oth- : Rollo Lincoln Minter , . in the Infants' De s 4
pen, pastor of St. Paul's church, gangrenes : , -lest as you' come in the Fifteenth Street en, -, -
- -or officers chosen worst ,- Rollo Lincoln Minter's 28, died Rock 1 1 d. '''h 11 '
First vice president---Miss Dora I t I t hi 'd 2516:Alb
as even ng a s rem ence, As a repel ot le s 4netes. s
s an s e pa bearers werel - n nf t is
ort Adeffinger, Herman Schnell. 'Serum In 10 months, Trainor's case ,
. lino , Fourth &venue, Moline, of tuber- George ,Newberry, George lilmberel wee so far arreeted Lists ne tOts,:.
' d rice President -.I Mrs.
.... . Paul Murphy. ,
, , culosis, after a year's illness. Frank Math and Max Gstettenissur. able to use artificial legs.
- Born at Media, Ill., June 24, 1894, Burial was to calvary cemetoev
- ''t Record.. in leuretarY-Mrs Ross he WWI united In Tolage to Erma -T.
Prellias ' ;' ' - . - -MiDa'ISe 25 .
'' 'T CorresPonding-- secretary-Mrs. sars a Ye-aPa!t aaa ilt
1 -- - -
,aes Greve. . . . :: . . : , . ps vt to ,.1 1,,, 1.-- . Funeral services for Hans P. F. be réqnired t -
. , . o report once a week 1 Irons ski partment each after- .
noon from 1:30 to 4:30 to cut and trim the
little folks' hair; 28e. , trance, you come to the kooks-rows and rows
' of them. Popular
H ill W -, - copyrights by Zane
e w I , ell pressed sneans weal dressed. Electric im 1--
- . :. - - ... : . for'an' Injection for the next seven! beak ' Priced at $3.715.--,---S. - ssettOsse ' 0 or 3' e Oliver '
ight housewives and, girls away from ' - r '" am 8
Funcrid of Ir. Beek, ' ' . weeks4when it is expected that he: - , - '' ' '- I
will be totally discharged as cured. ; Curwood. Ix v i n g vs,
I, Do C fi id
. - .7 Toast made on the Bache, er,rthel 5L Dell, rothy an e .
mak- -e- -it -in..' - table t- means fresh Booth Tarkington - 75e copy. - Groceries, Thursday: i
Granulated Sugar, 11 lbs. tor 79t
with other- groceries over $1.00. ,
Marshatrs b'est Hard Winter
w heat Flour, $2.10 sack. . , y
Bulk Dates, t
2 lbs. for 25c. 3
' Trwourer-Litra. Loretta Kerr.' ' ' ' 61118 " finen "vas In Beck. MOS Twenty-sixth street ,,,-11It,"1!sm,rer,er,,u1 the serum is
' 1-1---'-'N'' a ' '' ' '41 ' - . re ILS IPtt 7lbs. fOrl I '
res ,,,. wee... o a oes, . ,
I the employ of the Reek Is and Sash - , - , , , .. toast,- The newest- BOOKS FOR BOYS ill;., GIRLS:
i - 'i Higtorian-ams panne!, Now., : ilk rk .. ,, , , , WM be held in the Knox 'chapel to- ".1-,..osetliamm JaDIOUS i ' ' .::, -C
.114 emit:rm. ..., ... tiarety '' of electric books series, 4ac each. -- 25c -, . - i
' .. ',. Chaplattesollemt Cecelia Frey. , r w--11. - ' ' ' - morrow afternoon at , 2--- -o'clock. - - ." tot-e., - toasters. - ,,, 4,,,,,,Boy Scout , , ,,,,,,,,, - , - s . ; , ,
He is survived bÿ Ma witiow,-bis Rev. F, J. Rolf, pastor of the Evan- . ,eamessattillit' . '''''"" , RadIo Boys, series, 49c each. - F h Jui u ruit 3 for
Grape F . ,
' 'Leftmost at Orms---311rs.". Kam, ., e ,s styles. Priced at $2.96
" Grimm's Fair Jr 1 b fat- book -- 7" t ' r" C-
.. v a es,. le . s . ðc o , , . . ..
. tit &ado ,,,, , , . .. . mother,- Mrs. Kate Vermulen, t elical Church of Peacewill eon
- sleeve and three brothers. Thea- , - de $7.9a. - -; ' gsss;, . - '--- s- 2oc. ., ,, . , 4
,.. A lemeutin itemmittee members. . , duct the services. Burial will -be . I '- A - - - it' the -
, - . grill will coo an ea meal The, miss. - o,- 1 e -' ' '' - ' 1- '' ' s - e ig, iji5C
, Ruth le t ing series, 49c each. ' !vac ur Bacon SquIres, 1
. e,,s. labiate ,, ,Ad.1.4... ,"..... neva, wtil be held at it clock to- in the Lithemn cemetery. -- ' ; ' ' -' - ' -4 '
4 at sebool will like-one- - Priced M $7.50.1 ; ' '' -G ' - . - '
Fibs and Krirrinitri"ont7;rdeld. ;Marrow wfternoon at the, Hnog ,, ., ,'-',- ,
- , . Betty ordon. series, 4fic each. ,- lb - -- - ' , '
&Reel. tbe Rey. W. B. Slater ofils I , Pretty lable lam-ps fitted electricallyst. In- The Curleytops, series, 49c each., . - - - . ' ' ' -01.
., On 6 .
1' era t Mn, Nichols; - '
, ,-,Otticers wit be installed at cern- egging Burial will b in ve I -eluding shades,' they are $5.0o to 1.21.50.' -'. - ' ' - Extra Fancy Large Red Onions,
r ' Wales to be keM Jan. 2. , - "' 43 ill z Funeral services for Willi 111
am . On the Third Floor: framed picturee, ralt '
- ' side oemeter7r . . Eleetric -Wt. platesJor making toast or for 7 lbs. for 25c. . t
Nichols who died suddenly Sates- -- - --------." , cooking:, sem - N ,.,. 0 lecta that make especially good Christmas :
$. int' ft initinnIg dal, afternoon ba Ms jewelry store ts. - For in- Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans for 25c. I
, Jesse li. Nickerson. . ' baking ware in nickel plated on brass
in man. were held thh,,,morning Galesburg, IlL,Mee. 6.-.-Lombard . Plrer:I. . - stance there-s the ' '
'African Java Cof-, BOneless Smoked '
:i.ilabutialliulif ' -
,, , Jesse IL Nickerson, 115. died early ,
, ible morning et takerculosis at the e'
a 10 o'clock in tds home in Milan. college has eigned 'ie.,. game with , .
WOO te $11.50. - , -
Framéd ' .
"Whistlin Bov" and Si.
g - t fee, 32Sfic lb.' - ' Cottage Hams, sle
st....,s , , - , -,, - -
acme or ois parents. me. and mrs. Milan lodge No. , Bo c
a Kum had Notre Dame to be Asyut at South - .
, , - . P.
' 'dares . '"Ilitekleherrys Flart,7 . ., ,,
Sandwich Meat, sli-.
I 1 J. B. Nickerson- , 443 h.... of the services. , Burial.," n Ind. Oct. 6, 1923, according , -
Twentieth -41- I- - et I
, to word ven out b . . such delightful oink- Prepared Pancake
ced. Me lb. -
'' ' i street,leisst Moline. in Chippiannock :cemetery. ' . 7 Coach Schill
- ler of'Lombard this morning. Lem- l' , .
-- - - - shiny -compouitiot36::f.. ,Flour, 3 lb. bag ase. ,
s - Long Hera 'Cheese,
. .. ,- .. , - - there are a series of , Fig Bar Cookies, 2 , . ,
- He was lormorly employed in the hard has ellloYed two ears of 02he lb.
-,.- . ,,- ----.. -,---ere. esrilliteeeeselogeb -Ss, '-- I -,- - - f,. .-. Daby pieturn la blue pis, tor asc , -,, - - - ,, , . ,,, gse ley
, , - ss--..,-.... . ..,,, wrecking department ot Deere & RIZIALUTILiLYOR TO defeated football 7 lial , ' '
and will be .rep- - -.
, - . '- .1 .. - - - , ------1:-.410,, ''..--,,,s' 4-, and Avid '.. fratainsseo Oa
CO.; Moline . During the World war . r ',Hack refiner. 19e ' Bartlett Pears,
,.. ,-, Mitirnakeee Wis., Dec. k7tleo saes helms sent to the training-camp at ted nes
sprAvE Irrit Tnall . ellen t 101102 14 II team of , - ' , ell--- ''',- , -- -"Mighty e Like a- , t
. Stimei prohibition A r of Mooseheart, Ill, but,could not pass ,-,- - , ' law
oriel strength. The Notre Dame '
. ) , , , Rose, "The Amex , .
. lb. can.
5 cans, '
,cudder s Maple Sy- Oil Sardines, .
. tomcod contest is-,considered the hardest ,
- .10- , .0
A -- ,,- , miner "A Little Bit - ''
.. rt. has resighed. asters the physterd examination and eras Newport. R. L, Dec, 1.--libt-May- contest a pted by 1 - --
wridil A of Heaven."-- ape "A ' rup. pint cen 2ite. for 23c- , .
. -111usodlololP - sue -Clarko IL - IlL discharge& Ile' is survived by hie or Patrick L Doyle has come back- ' iffer' rttein- - a - . ' '
bard eleven. ' , ' - - I vamorno, Ig , Double Blessing": and litack Walnuts, 8 Summer sawn
,, sating as assistant to Mr. parents, six brother and three els- Hi has the habit. floventsen times Omani ' ' tð
An unman tough schedule hi- ' ' et pro4iletions of ibe- f 2se- ' 25rlb ,- - -
n tel. ,
te a sad,
.,, A.., Ale been pm dine- tars,- . - , ' --- , With occasional, Wants, he - heel eluding
schools ot national ' . home er ostiht et --ti Dried Panders. 250 ,-Dise.6 - -' II
i I .- IminittlettHrilt: tlitelFding tll.nit- The funeral 'will be held Friday served this city as &lel emandlea. reentemee la east,- n ---s e.--- s is -- - ' - .-'- ' - " - - -'"''' - - "----' --.'''''' "-.1'' -- '-'' - .' - ''' - ''-ir 2 -- - ''
' tor tile . trimmed: $1.50. -,4 flyer tinnintes,.auc earn- ,.. 1 - .-,,'"' '..'"'"..',L,',:,'7 '.,;',I'"' ---' -- - --
, Baby Miss Ji.yeag is he , ,cissors and thimble, set Soc.
..-, in the Inftnts De
partment each after- ,. 1 ajam,s, ar to .00,,
4ittat as you come in the Fifteenth Street en-. ' -, . 4
' noon from 1:30 to 4:30 to mit and trim the trance, you come to the kooksrows and rows s
Groceries Thursday: ,
. little folks' hair; me. of them. Po Puhir
1 - ' ' - . - . 'nopyrigitta b Zane
I irons -delight housewives and, girls away from with other groceries' over 31.00. :
t , Well pressed means well dressed. Vleetrie Boo lirks Grc3"4 James Oliver marsha8
Granulated Sugar 11 lbs. for 79t
et- Best Hard Winter
I baulk Priced at $3.78. , ,,-,,, - Curwood. Ix v i n g
wheat Flour, $2.10 sact y
, - . . : Toast made on the Sitchelier-LPthel 5L Dell, Dorothy Canfield, . ,...
S - '' -I '-' '' ' 'table i, means fresh Booth Tarkington; 73c copy.
Se 41 " at an,, N ' . ,, .
, , :, . r, - 4. : toast., The newest- BOOKS FOR BOYS Ayil GIRLS: ' HUI zrates, 2 lbs. for 25c. , t
-ra dm --- "Hirt, ' of riertrie Boy Scout books, series, age each. , , ,,, , 25c. - , ' . - i
:', 0 styles. Priced at
", christ.wm.',' toasters. Seireral ,
Rags l':,R-,,dlo Boys, series, 49e each. -
' ' Grimm's Fair Tales; big fat books:- 75e to - - --" '''"--
Fresh Sweet Potatoes, 7 lbs. !or; ' "
Prpeit Ivo.; ri Grape )7n:if, 3 fort, t i
, ,. , - to "LIM - ; 51.3s. - 2' ' - 25c. ' . , ,. 4
I -- 'A tell Will"cook so &Mire meal: Thelraisc - 1, - ' ' '-'. 1- '
Ruth Fielding. series, 49e each. , , - Sugar Cured Bacon Squares,t15C
4 at school will like-one. - Priced M $7.50.1 - '' Betty Gordon, series, 4Re each. lb - ' '
IPretty -table lanips fitted' eleetrieallytc Izt- The Curleytops, series, 49e each.- - - - 1- - ' ' '
1 -cludini shades, they are 85.00 to 121.50.' '
1 ' Eleetrie -bat' plates.,tor making toast or for - - Extra Fancy Large Red Onion,
On the Third Floor: framed pictures, sub- 4
es: woo t saw ' - ,-", - '' - Framéci -
cooking:. 51.55. , ð . lerta that make ,especially good Christmas 7 lbs. for 25c. . i
PYrea baking ware in nickel plated on brass
I ' tram . -, stance, -times the '
. P.,wreshaaistts.ling Bol'ory sinn Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans for 25c. I
African Java Cot-. Boneless Smoked
, , ,
. . n . 11 ekl b
' rictures " " e er" '' eat. sli1
I . such delightful sun
Flinn," fee, 32).ie lb.- ' ' Cottage Hams, Slle ilk '
eed 2,3e lb. -
shiny ,uompouittolle:f.. ,1Flour, 3 lb. bag 35e. , , vheev, .
1 ..' '941, -- ..1. . : there are a series of 4, Fig Bar Cookies, 2 l-nE .
I , 321,4e lb.
'" ,4- Rabv 'ctur"s la blue ' for 33c. - ' -
' : ' 77ureVi--;.---".1.111 s " ''S,,' ' -.. - PI Os ', Quince Ism. 25e W
-am& ; , . and gold,- trauma-,
- '-,,---- ---. .. t.mighty Ltlack PesPeri 19r ' Bartlett Pear", SI .
av 4. v.... 111 - , ,, Like u
, lb. can. .
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