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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
THURSDAY, OCTOBER J, 1913.
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Eetnire Week BeIeMeg MoiMays
When we tell you we are offering the best stoves and ranges on the
market we back the statement with proof. During our demonstration
we will have a range in daily operation at our store. We will show
you the fuel economy, the even distribution of heat, the sustained
temperature and the quality of baking produced. All questions will
be cheerfully answered make it a point to attend some one or sev
eral afternoons next week.
Stoves and Ramtges
Steel and Cast Iron Ranges and Cook Stoves
Free Try our famous 3 minute Iriieuit and maple syrup, every
We are showing for our fourteenth consecutive year onr
celebrated Royal Normal Ranges, built by the Co-operative
Stove Co., of Bloomington, 111. These ranges are built to
Inst as a cast iron range, being built of three thicknesses of
cast. iron, asbestos and steel. This construction . prevents the .
steel from rusting out as the interior ' wall is entirely
lined with cast iron, an entirely new and patented departure
In Range building.' A complete line, all size. Each stove -or
range carries with it our personal guarantee backed by
Priced $15.00 to $65.00
I.unrh with us. Cookedon one of our Celebrated Co-opera-
tive Ranges, served FREE each day throughout the week.
Don't forget the date, week of October 6.
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See our 'angei in operation. Feait on Our celebrated 3-minute lis-
cuit served with coffee and maple syrup.
You'll be well paid, your visit will be 'appreciated by us
and will be interesting as 'well as profitable to you.
Let vs show you the Good Features of our Stoves. Make
comparison, that's all wo ask.
Globo Co-operative snd Huron lines, all sizes for all pur
poses. These Heaters are eo constructed as to combine tho
principles of radiation and base heating. Hot blast attach
ments that will consume the products of combustion, burn
ing all gases, soot and smoke and yield the greatest returns
from the smallest amount of fuel.
Priced S8.75 to $40.00
Keep In repair for ten years. Can you beat that? $35 to
$70, cash or credit.
Our Base Burners are un questionably the most elaborately
trimmed and most artistic stoves on the market. -A strictly
first-class stove as efficieut in operation as It is pleasing in
A Complete Set of Cooking Utensils Absolutely Free
With Each Range During Our Demonstration.
307-309 20th St. Rock Island
FREE Feast On Our Celebrated 3-PIinute Biscuits
Served With Coffee and Maple Syrup FREE
AFTER YEAR HUNT
Alleged Perjurer Whose Aliena
tion Suit Against Funk Blew
Chicago. 111.. Oct. 2. John C. Hfn
TiIiik, whose alicr.ation suit osainst
Clarejice S. Funk resulted in bis flight
and th'' indictment of Daniel Dona-
hop, his attorney, Isaac Stlcfpl, a pri-J
vat detective, and Aller'n Heppner on j
th charge of conspiracy to 'defame j
Mr. Funk, wag arrested In Minneapo-i
Us yesterday by Pinkerton detectives, j
Ho waived extradition In the evening i
and came to Chicago. This ended a
rearrh of months over the entire
When arrested Henning was posing
as George a. Kali, and although posi
tively identified persisted in denying
his identity. A rhotopraph of his w ife,
whose confession exposed the plot
against Mr. Funk. $:!jL and a business
card of Attorneys Donahoe and Hart
nett were found on Henning.
Assistant State's Attorneys Bell and
Parnhardt. who are to prosecute Dona
hoe and the ether defendants next
week l.i the criminal court, prepared
at night to have Hptinlng back to Chi
cago. After the collapse of his suit
against Mr. Funk a warrant for per
jury was iamed for him, but he slipied
out of sitcht before the cose was con
cluded. Word of Hennlng's arrest and the
possibility that he may follow his
wife's example and turn state's evi
dence against the other defendants
cheered up the office of the state's at
torney, which has been having a hard
time forcing Attorney Donahoe a!jd
the others to trial. Ten judges re
reasons, and changes of. venue were
friendship for the lawyer and for other
reasons, and changes of vanue were
taken from three others. Donahoe and
Stiefel are to so to trial before Judge
Tam on Monday and the Heppner wom
an before some other judge within 10
1 leaning has been in Minneapolis
for two weeks. On Wednesday even
ing a week ago he was recognized
while in a restaurant with a young
woman by a man who saw him during
the trial of his alienation suit. This
man telegraphed Charles O. Rundell
of the law firm of Scott. Bancroft &
Stevens, who represent Mr. Funk. The
Pinkerton agency was notified and a
man who knew Henning was sent to
Minneapolis. Tuesday evening the
Chicagoans saw Henning and the
young woman companion at a hotel
and kept watch over him all night
Detective John Regan of the Minne
apolis force in the morning went to
the Carlton hotel and arrested Hen
ning. A check for $75 was found on Hen
ning. but the police at the request of
the private detectives refused to make
known the name of the signer.
Efforts to question Henning were
without result He boarded the Mil
waukee railroad's fast mail and will
arrive in Chicago this morning. He
was not indicted when true bills were
voted against Donahue ana the others.
Henning came into prominence
shortly after Mr. Funk had exposed
the story of the Hines $100,000 "jack
pot" to elect Primer to the United
States senate. ' A suit for $25,000 dam
ages for alleged alienation of his wife's
affection was started by Henning. A
few days later Henning and his wife
were located together in a southern
When the case came to trial the
Heppner woman, an employe at the
Grand Facific hotel, testified she, had
seen Mr. Funk and Mrs. Henning to
gether. Henning's case was torn to
pieces and he fled from Chicago be
fore it went to the jury. Mr. Funk
was exonerated and a warrant charg
ing Henning with perjury was issued.
Later Mrs. Henning confessed to the
then State's Attorney Wayman that
the suit was a plot to get money from !
Mr. Funk and also to punish him for i
mixing into the Lorimer investigation, j
NEW PLAY HOUSE TO
BE BUILT IN THE CITY
A new playhouse is to be erected at
"12-714 Twelfth street by J. Quinn,
well-known manager of . the Majestic
theatre. The building, which is to be
erected by H. F. Paulsen, will be 40
by 80 feet, and will be used as a mo
tion picture house. It will be ready
for the public about Dec. 1, and is ex
pected to be. very popular among the
Mr. Quinn will himself retain man
agement of the Majestic and Mrs.
Quinn is to have the exclusive control
of the new theatre, an arrangement
that weans success to the new play
house as well as to the old. The peo
ple of the city are" to name the theatre.
Big Petition for the Release of Thaw is Woman's Plan
The flesh tissues of thm aged
need strong nourishment and
constant renewing nothing else
can do this so effectirely as tho
Mturwl foda prepared ia Mtarv'a pa
trr th field of goMm grain.
Too buj of Mturw's raw product sr
tmm nm wr nam
far T"iTtrx? wn t r i
ALItANY MO .4
Buy a home of Reldy Bros
. For express, call William Trefs.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
Independent Express Co. West 981.
Six per cent farm mortgages. Litten
Sl Roberta. People's Nations", bank
Opening dancs at the Industrial hall.
Wednesday, Oct 1. 1913, given by the
M. & M. club. Bueuer's orchestra. -
iowr po3od or weakened ia U pr
aaratioa. Taare ia an I oad stuff whicb
ia prapwad for tbatabla that cob tuna ail
tea origiMi baaltk-gmaf and lifo-rencw
lag ajuaJitiaa and that ia LIFE O WHEAT
taa food tKat all the family will enjoy
and faaat apoa. If yoa want ta Had a
food that will agree with yea, a de
Cgktfnl flavar food that will .tart
w Ute blood through your ijalei
Aak year Grocer for a Package to
day aad have baa ardor, if aot
yet ia stock. Slaar ways
to cook and-aarre at (tree
a tka pockagak
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GLEE CLUB WILL SING
AT WATERT0WN HOSPITAL
The Illinois Glee club is to give
an entertainment this evening at
the Watertown hospital for the pati
ents of the institution. - Dr. Camp
bell, the new superintendent, has ar
ranged for a series of entertainments
to be given during the winter months.
A recent order issued by the state
board of administration restricts pub
lic visiting and visiting days at the
institution will be dispensed with, it
is believed that the effect on the
inmates of being under the observation
of big crowds of the curious is bad
and that it is lowering the standard of
state institutions. Relatives ' arrd
friends of Inmates will be welcome
to see patients on week days. The
habit of making Sunday the big day
to visit the hospital is to be elim
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Kalamazoo. Mich., Oct. 2. Believing . section. Mothers who have known the
that an expression of public sentiment I unhappinees of wayward sons, divorc-
is the only thing now needed to se- ea ana jealous husbands who have a
cure for Harry Kendall Thaw his re
lease and the restoration to him of
his rights as an American citizen. Mrs
bond of sympathy with any jilted hus
band, and wives whose husbands have
proved untrue, all these, as well as
tion in favor of this young American
. Mrs. Ferguson plans to circulate her;
H REALTY CHANGES II
K. B. McKeever and wire to G20. W.
Holmes, south 33 1-3 feet lot . block
a. Fairtnount addition. Moline. $1. .
Reinhold C. Letsch and wife to Fred
Klebe, lot IX block 222 New Shops
addition. East Moline.
Lulu Ferguson, a well-known woman many business and professional people '
of Kalamazoo, has inaugurated what 01 standing, unite tneir sympathy for
she hopes to make a world-wide peti-jThaw, and brg to have their names
ctuuu ly LUC Jlftl VI W JIO WOU1U
plead for the young man's release.
Petitions are being placed in every
petitioa throughout the English puonc place where men and women
speaking world, and already has plac- congregate. Young Women's Chris
ed petitions In many of the public t:an associations, saloons, railway
buildings and leading hotels through-; stations, public libraries, convention
out the country. halls, state fairs, business places.
Hundreds of "names are being signed I everywhere these petitions are being
. . . . 1 .... a . . I htinir an A aluiv K m c r,lnnA
aaiiy 10 toe petition ana uie Bigiitrrs c iiiaicu L'llian
include many of the representative vvt "i "uicu a, rergu-j Mf WagnDurn
pruyie uiruuguuut luc luuuu . .hid. " - ; from
1 f C iaaot , V. n . 1 . -
iwniu nuiVU EiaiFS iUC BLILIVill'
is as foliows: !
Brothers and sisters, one and all.
Who are in favor of Harry K. Thaw,
Let's work and see what we can do
To help this young man start anew.
It's human blood he' Is fighting for.
Lot's show what American folks can
To help a brother start life anew.
Mrs. Ferguson -Is a young woman
of culture and personal charm, a
leader in society circles, j and an en
thusiastic champion for any cause
which she espouses.
She is working day and night to
increase interest in the petition which
she hopes will be world-wide in its
at the home of Myrtle Sackville Sat
urday evening at a silver shower in
honor of Miss Nellie Moran. a brde
in the near future.
Mrs. James McGlmpsey returned
home after visiting for two weeks in
John Nehiin was a shopper in Rock
Mrs. Martin Sievers and Mrs. Amll
Carlson and two children visited at
the home of John Slver on Rock riv
er bottom Sunday.
Mr. Bollman of Chicago Is taking
charge of J. S. Leese's barber shop
during his illness.
Mrs. J. Leese of Hillsdale Is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs James Spargo.
. John McGlmpsey spent Tuesday la
the trl-citJes. " ' -
Clyde Teese, Miss Anna Brandberg1
and Miss Dena Leese were shopping
In Rock Island Saturday.
Fritz Krapp and family drove to
Moline Sunday in their automobile.
Miss Maude Sackville of Illinois
City spent Sunday at home.
Miss Grace Clegg ot Rock Island
spent, Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
Ceo. McWilliams returned home
Monday from Lehigh, Iowa, where. he
was called by the deatj of his grand
daughter, who was acflently poi
soned by eating tablets.
H. R. Martin attended the Masonic
meeting in Rock Island last Tuesday.
Mrs. "Dick Parks ;s visiting her
mother, Mrs." Herman Netz.
Mr.-and Mrs. Fred Gregg and Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson were tri-city callers
Mrs. Ami Carlson and Mrs. D. Pet
ty and Mrs. Martin Sievers visited
In Sunny Hill Thursday with Mrs.
Anna Spargo and helped her ce'.e
bra'e her birthday anniversary.
Those who spent Saturday in the
tl-cities were: Miss Minnie Conner,
Mrs. Robert Hass, Mr. and Mrs. Hazle
ton, Mrs. Adotph Larson and son. Ar-
jthur. Mrs. Amil Carlson and daughter
Ferguson's mail is flooded with letters
from Thaw sympathizers from every
of Silvis visited
Saturday with old
Miss Le!a Leese entertained the H.
H. club Friday, evening. Games and
a shor'. program were the features of
the evening, anf. a ' luncheon w-as
There is "da njjer ahead"
when you notice the bow
el becoming constipated
and the appetite lags. The
will help you back to
! H fell bv tho w-avBii ho'. h. served by Miss Dina Leese.
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! and out.
i He's a young man
help him out.
Lucile John and Myrtle Wic!:er ot
trouble let's ! c--11 IsIaJ3I spent Sunday with Mary
Let's show the spirit of our Dominion! JonB Leese Is.very seriously ill.
j friends, - ! Word was received last, week that
Who gave him concerts and played j Mrs- Tom Corns fell and broke her
, their bands. j hip. Mrs. Corns was an old resident
Perhaps we will all have sons some:0' Coal Valley. ;
: car. 1 Mrs. Henry Posten who has been
Engagement Rings, daintily
fashioned and set with diamonds
or gems of your choice.
Wedding Silverware and Cut
. Glass,. beautiful new creations in
these wares that will make the
Remember this atore for
Autumn wedding gifts.
No trouble to show and sug
gest and advise.
Selections will be put away
for you If you wish.
JEWELER .02 Second Avenur.
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I " -"". auu ouwd win go "'"8 jnunne iur iae past two
i astray. ; weeks returned home Mondav.
J j He has a mother whose heart is sad, I Mr. Charles Lathen and Mrs.
s ixy to ma ice tnat mother giad. Baird were shopping in Moline anj
For good work in Building and
HUDSON, COLLINS &
When we start a Job we
SHOP 1133 ELEVENTH AVE.
Phcne R. I. 2073. Res. 618.
Let's show Jerome with his fiendish ! Ro-k Island Monday.
Paw; 1 Ths.T. Y. . P. club was euttruined
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