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THE ROCK ISTJAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1011
HEW RECORDER IS
Dr. Hada, M. Bnrkfcart, Home
From Convention, Parades '
LOSING FACTION HOOTED
MsaayB Ignartonis at Society Bm4
' qnarte Looked for Before
Cbange tn Office.
Dr.' Had M. Burkhart, successful
candidate for the supreme recordership
of the Boyal Neighbors of America at
last week's conTentlon at Denver, re
turned borne this morning;, and this
fefternoon was escorted by her friends
at the head of a procession of automo
biles. Her supporters were enthusias
tic In paying their respects to her, and
their partisanship was shown when the
Tarade passed the Royal Neighbors
office. Third avenue and Sixteenth
street, the stronghold of Miss Myrtle
Xade and the defeated faction. The
jiaraders hooted and yelled at the of-
For the Cottage or
We want to give you an esti
mate, but not on "putting in a
furnace." We want to give you
the cost of a guaranteed heat
In your bouse. In detail, with
a gas and soot proof Self
Cleaning Modern Novelty Heat
erthe heaier for the man
who baa no leaning toward a
large ash pile. Phone West
SCHMIDT & ROBINSON,
SHEET METAL WORKS
2107 Third Ave.
fie employe, and & young womaa.
seated In the front seat of a taxi, leas
ed ont as far as she could and yelled:
"We got yon oat of there all right we
did." The parade passed the office
twice and each time a demonstration
was made against the Dade faction,
IS GIVES FIXrWERS.
Dr. Burkhart's friends repaired to
ber office on Third avenue between
Nineteenth and Twentieth streets,
shortly after dinner and serenaded the
new- recorder. Her office was decora
ted with streamers of purple and white
and she was given a large bouquet of
flowers. The aatos were then secured
and the parade started. Bight ma
chines were In line.
Dr. Bnrkbart will assume ber duties
as supreme recorder July 4. as is re
quired under the by-laws of the so
ciety. She has announced no plans as
yet In regard to appointments. It Is
understood there will be a number of
resignations before the new recorder
goes into office. '
LEAVE OUCLDnrO TO MAJSa.UEtS.
The proposition for an appropria
tion to erect a new building In this
city to be used ss the head office
of the society was not passed upon
at the recent convention In Denver.
The board of managers was given
authority to build If It sees fit. It
Is understood that the managers fa
vor the erection of a new building
on the site of their present Quar
ters. Miss Myrtle Dade and her adher
ents from here who attended the
convention have not yet returned.
Following the strenuous days of the
convention they took a trip into the
mountains to spend a few days In
sightseeing. They are not expected
home before the beginning of next
GEORGE BICIC IS
SENT TO PRISON
Pleads Guilty to Crime of In
cest in Circuit Court and
Goes to JoHet.
CRIMINAL DOCKET MONDAY
School Bank Deposits.
School collections by the state bank
today were as follows:
Eugene Field $ 19.70
Horace Mann 16.6
Kemble 15 75
Longfellow 1 2.2S
Cause of Frank Corcoran Will Be
the First One to Be Tried
Others Are Arraigned.
Specials for Saturday
Moore's Meat Market
1230 Elm Street
Pot Roast, lb.
Best Bib and Bump
Pork Chops, lb 15c
Pork Steak ,1b 12y2C
Hamburger Steak . I2V2C
Pure Pork Sausage 12V2C
(no cereals used)
May Sausage ,1b "5g
Liver, lb 5c
Pure Lard, lb " 2I2C
Best Kettle Bendered
Lard ,1b J 5C
Spare Bibs, lb q
Sour Kraut ,qt jjg
Bacon, lb. 17y2c, 20c,
25c and 30c.
Plenty of fresh fish of all k lnds. Save us your Friday order for
Osh. Call West 1636. All orders promptly delivered.
1,000 pieces worth
25c for . . . .
B ARTLETT BROS.
1818 Third Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
is only secured by the constant exercise
of watchfulness in the making and the
use of the very finest ingredients pro
curable. Our plant is cleanliness personified.
It cannot be cleaner. Every vessel used
is in the same condition.
Besides which we buy the richest pur
'est oream, fruit juices and flavors, and
allow no adulterant whatsoever even to
have a place in our establishment.
WOOD'S ICE CREAM
Now made and sold by
Logomarcino - Grupe Co.
Four of the men Indicted by the
May grand Jury vera arraigned in
the circuit court this morning be
fore Judge W. H. Gest. They ware
George Blek of Mollne, charged with
Incest; Jama Slocum of Daren port.
charged with -malicious mischief; B
F. Kluger. charged with larceny and
Frank Corcoran, sodomy and rape.
Bick entered a plea of guilty and
Judge Oest sentenced htm to the
state penitentiary at Jollet. The
sentence la an Indeterminate one un
der the law and the prisoner win be
kept there until released by the
board of pardons. Bick. whose con
fession showed he had been Intimate
vrltb his own daughter, wept while
making his plea and asked for
mercy from the court but the Judge
aaid that the law left him no alter
native other than to Inflict the pen
alty set by the statutes. Bick for
merly was a prosperous building- con
tractor. His wife is dead-
OTHERS PLEIAD HOT, OCTLTT.
Slocum and Kluger both entered
pleas of not guilty and accordingly
were sent back to the county jail
until such time as they are ready for
trial. They are alleged to bare brok
en into a box car In the west end
of the city for the purpose of steal
lag hides. A Jury found then
guilty at the last term of conrt. but
the verdict was set aside because of
The court entered an order this
morning appointing Attorney Fred
R. RailBback of Mollne to defend
John Ingalls when bis case comes
up for trial. In gal la was Indicted for
receiving stolen property and for
CORCORAR'S CASES FIRST.
Frank Corcoran, charged with
sodomy and rape, entered a plea of
not guilty. His will be the first esse
set for trial on the criminal docket
which commences next week. State's
Attorney L. M. Maglll had, not pre
pared the entire list today, as there
was no need for haste. The Cor
coran trial win take a wees at tne
least, it is believed. There are 'still
a number of indicted men who have
not been arraigned yet. but for the
most part they are not yet under ar
rest. Several who are out on bonds
will probably appear In court to
morrow morning to make their
JCRY TO REPORT.
The following venire of Jurors will
report next Monday afternoon at 2
'clock to Judge Gest for service
during the following two weeks:
Zuma Dan Noah.
Hampton George Crawford.
South Mollne Robert Fargo. j
Mollne H. Johnson. C R. Alby, I
George E. Gibbs. T. I. Stanley,
Charles Enborg, John Keefe, Clar
ence Freed. C. B. Klinzman, Alex
Herstedt Charles Chapman, R. F. 1
Harris, J. S. McCurdy, D. C. Metz
gar, John Kittilsen, Louis Annan,
Rock Island Oscar Oberg, Phil
J. Wagner, William Neil, L. Oghe
W. H. Bean, Frank O. Larson. Emil
Warnecke, Charles Ihrig. O. C. Gib
son, Harry iJnverforth, George As
ter. Tracey Dudley, W. P. Aldrlch,
William Arnold, O. Atkinson, J,
South Rock Island Andrew Wein
berger, Sr., A. A. Burt, Henry Wolf
rum. Black Hawk Charles Blaaer.
Coal Valley Fred Bngel.
WALKER IS JAILED
King of the Tri-City Colored
Gamblers Is Arrested on
HEAD OF LINCOLN CLUB
Bond of $500 Required on Each In
formation, but Accused Is
Unable to Furnish.
George walker, who is known as
king of the colored gamblers in the
trl-crtles, was locked in a cell at the
county Jail this morning when he failed
to furnish a bond of $1,500, required on
three complaints charging him with
selling liquor without a license, con
ducting a gaming house and gambling.
Walker was arrested by. Deputy Sher
iff George S lemon. The Informations
were Issued In the county court by
Judge R W. Olmsted at the request
of State's Attorney L M. Maglll and
on evidence furnished by Sheriff O. L.
Braner gathered when the Lincoln
club, Fifth avenue and Twenty-sixth
street, was raided last Saturday night.
The Linciln club is incorporated un
det the laws of Illinois, and tt has
been carrying; on a flourishing business
at the Fifth avenue location. Liquor
was sold, there under a government
permit. However, the government cer
tificate allowed the wholesaling of li
quor only. Sheriff Bruner claims that
booze was served in retail quantities
at the club, and that it was the resort
of the negro crapshooters of this lo
cality. When the raid was made by!
CO-DPERATIVE STORE CO. ROCK ISLAND ILL.
Our Summer Open
ing of beautiful new
Reasonable in Price
K "St : . , . A-. - . j -
ttzzm l VMM
Wm. Shakespeare Bamboo 'Bait
and Fly Casting Rods, in six
strip split bamboo, silk wound
nickel reel seat, spiral guides
and tube top at, each, $1.00,
$1.25. 1.98 and S2.9S
Wm. Shakespeare Reels in full
nickel finish. A good quality
reel at -75
Wm. Shakespeare's New Univer
sal Reel, very light and strong,
fully guaranteed, each . -31.25
We are showing a large assort
ment of these famous reels in all
grades, up to S-i.)S
Are you going fishing?
If so, do not fail to visit
our sporting section and
see what a nice outfit you
can purchase at a very
moderate cost. One-half
the pleasure of a day's
outing is in using suitable
rods and tackle.
Wm. Shakespeare three-Jomted
Steel Rods, black enameled with
back grip solid reel seat. German
silver snake guides with one ring
at top. fiH feet long...S1.50
Jlinnow Buckets, the kind that
float; sunk perforated coTer on
outside bucket secured by hasp
aaa Btaple, each -85
Klnpflsher Wooden Minnows.
2Va iDches long. A very popular
bait, each 15
Best quality Steel Hooks, assort
ed sizes, per dozen 5
Silk Lines, ascorted, per spool,
at, ZOc and 50
Landing Nets with Jointed han
dles, each S1.9S
Eee our full line of
Sale of Underwear and Hosiery
Women's Munatng Union Suits, low neck style, extra wide umbrella
knees, neatly trimmed. A rery popular garment and
priced at - I UL
Women's sheer Lisle TJdton Suits.. empress style,' lace trim- J- fif.
med and shoulder straps.fl-3& Tatue at V JL.UI
Women's Uanslng Union Suits, perfect fitting, in
regular and extra largo sizes. Made by the house
of quality .-We assure yon it is a pleasure to sell
. these goods.tjiowing they will please QO O ff
you. Priced atv$L00, Jl-50 and .........
- 50c XJnioiiV. Suits Special at 37c
A line of Women's Summer Union Suits In um
brella style or'wIttncufT knees; garments that are
usually svld at 50c ?m tnls sale, Q7
Women's bleached Drawers, the coolest and most
comfortable possible. In complete range
of sices. Special at
Don't fail to attend our May
sale of Muslin Underwear
advervised in a full page ad.
of May 6th.
ilarly at -J rj
Lawn Mower, 10-inch knives: guaranteed easy running and hifibost
quality material. Price for Saturday S2.S9
Wire Screen Cloth, best quality, all widths, from 18 to 32 inches wide.
Square foot WC
Feather Dusters, mp.de of ? 4-inch selected turkey feathers, regular
price 39c. Sale price
Have You Seen Our New No-strap
Hand turned, in velvet, patent and kid Pumps.
Our regular prices, $3.50 and $4.00. (re QQ
Saturday only ; Vi't'O
WE DO SPECIAL HAND-MADE TURBAN WORK, MADE FROM
THE IMPORTED BRAIDS O.N WIRE FRAMES.
Special Values in White Goods Section.
White Check Goods, suitable for,'dresses ; also for dainty
underwear. Special at., per yard v
A special line of White Goods in checked plaid
and stripe effects. Special at, per yard
Dotted Swiss, a fine sheer, material for dresses, sold regularly at
25c a yard. Priced for. Saturday's trade at, per yard
35c Ribbed Vests at 25c.
Women's ribbed Vests, made by one of the leading manufacturers, f
Lisle thread, with pretty lace trimming; very sheer and soft. or
Sold by most dealers at 35c. Our prloe Is only .,JmdJZ 4
Women's white ribbed -Vests, mercerized, the regular 25a
quality. The price wlll'be for Saturday'.
Women's very dainty ribbed Vests In large assortment, lace v
yoke styles. You will consider these exceptional values at....
Children's Union Suits In a complete assortment of styles Of
and sizes, per suit, 25c and ...ODC
Women's Mercerized ,Usle Seam
less White Hose, deep nF
garter tops at, per pair. . .J(s
Women's white and colored In all
tints Silk Hose, pure thread silk.
with double heels and toes. An ex
ceptional strong value at
Women's Black SITk Hose, high
quality. One of the best $1.25 val
ues. Saturday's Qm
special sale ... UO
A Remarkable Sale of New Hair Goods.
We will show for Saturday our en
tire line of the latest, most beau
tif Jl and fashionable styles in Hair
Goods Puffs and Switches the
best French hair, in natural only.
All Switches valued up to $5.00,
32-Inch Switches in first quality
hair, values up to $12 ana sis.
18-inch Switches in all
very heavy quality; splendid value.
Saturday's special Q1 Q7
n shades ; V:
- Have our optician, an experienced optometrist, test and examine
your eyes free of charge.
Toull always find prices for Eye Glasses and Spectacles by far
the lowest here.
White Goods Section
. DaTnty white Wash Goods in marquisette weave combined with
checks and ptaids. One of the choicest values in this
sale. Priced at, per yard ...
50 pieces plam wbtte Longcloth, for
wear, etc.. the regular lie quality. 12
bolt. On sale at, per bpK.....,
Bakmg mder-(T4 Af
The famous Flaxen a plam sheer white goods partloolartyaIaptd for
making fine white dresses, waists, etc 0
Washes and wears like linen, yard .v....rtiC
Extra fine quality bleaehed Table Ltaea table Damask and pttre Irish
Linen an excellent fl.00 quality. Attractive new TQf
patterns. Special price .........1 . I OC
Bleached mercerised German Linen Table Damask, the same quality
retails regularly at 60eyard,
offered in this sale at . ... . ..... .... .v.
the sheriff Saturday night there were
20 men and women in the place.
IX JTEW LOCATION.
Walker prospered in Davenport In
the old days there, but when the lid
went on there be changed hia base of
operations to Rock Island. Shortly af
ter coming here he organized the Lin
coln club. The clnb has abandoned the
quarters on Fifth avenue and has taken
a lease on the old Grogan saloon prop
erty on First avenue between Twenty
third and Twenty-fourth streets.
FOUR DECREES OF
Cases Are Heard by Judge E.
Graves la Branch of Circuit
Court This Morning.
Jndge E. C Graves, sitting in the
branch of the circuit court, granted
decrees In four djvorce cases this
morning. The first was that of John
F. Nelson against his wife. Ada B.
Nelson, and the charges were drunk
enness and adultery. IL M. McCaa
krin represented the plaintiff. John
Kruse of this city proved that his wlfs
Hazel Kruse had deserted him and be
was accordingly freed from the bonds
of matrimony. Mrs. Stella B. Peacock
of Moline secured a decree fxcm her
husband, Augustus Peacock, whom
she alleges had deserted her. Carrie
M. Garrett of Mollne was divorced
from William Garrett because of the
latter's cruelty and drunkenness. At
torney W. IL Whiteside appeared in
the latter two cases. Mrs. Peacock
was given leave to resume her maid
en name of Thomas and Mrs. Garrett
was given the custody of her three
In the circuit court this afternoon
SAVES the CLOTHES and U
Judge E. C Graves granted a decree
of divorce to R. C." WIDerton of this
city, who charged his wife, Hattle Wll-
lerton, with having deserted him. C.
B. Marshall appeared as attorney for
the plalntic. ,
100 pair Single Tube Tires at
100 pairs casings converted
Single Tube Tires $1.50 each
JOHN KOCH 218-17th St.