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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1013.
8 ggesf Bargains MOLINE'S SECTION OF THE ARGUS Day's News Happenings in Rock Island's Sister City of the Whole Year FIRST PRISONER GETS LONG TERM Martin B. Hamilton Initial Oc cupant of Cell in New City Jail. 1 ;;f tine iii t.- new city ball this n.orn-! ii g The nature of the session was! relative fo the reports submitted by J ; Fr-d J. Po.-tel and . S. Shields of! , Chicaeo. consulting engineers, who iuere engaged by tl:e city to make an 1 inspection of the waterworks system, j ' The Chicago mn were pre.-ent and the ' ! conference was behind closed door, i County which Jeave.s the Inference that it was ; n:ore or less heated. STAY AT LEAST FIFTY DAYS IncartJrjton OutgrowtH of Affair in Which Stan. I us Sotorenski Wa Arretted. GETTING READY TO MAKE FIGHT TO INTEREST ALL FOR GOOD ROADS unty Highway Association Considers Plans to Broaden Its Scope. lone recentlv conferred upon Edward' J Coryn of tbi. city for distinguished ! services in bettering the lot of Rel j gian-Americans. A number from here w ill attend the ceremonies of confer ring tiie degree uoon Dr. Vcrmeren. which wiil take place at Dejonehe's ' hotel, Chicago. Dec. 27. MRS.J.A.HAMMER SUDDENLY CALLED Death of Woman Well Known in Tri-Cities Follows a Short I Illness. it T '.UK sblif:n. w F .r'--iii h -ir i i. ::,! t : i . j.. !. The A .-o f.r ! .ir.'l ( .i-t .- r;-.- i ' -. fr:--.n i :, w o. k I. i;a! Harr. " in. ;. rv i-.x. i p:i :.r;tor k :i: tt ii " - Appointment of 16 directors and an. i advisory board of 21 members was tne business before a meeting of the new-j ly oreani.vd Hock Island County, Hmhwav association at the Moiine . : Commercial club rooms lat evening.' '. Names were not given out, but it is' East Moune Local Option stated ,nstt thev wi!i during the! Forces Hold Meeting and next few days. Representation will i Call Another. : ,"' glen t(.' Ih." various .rur 1 WILL ASCERTAIN TIME ON FREIGHT. peritonitis is the cause TOO TWELFTH STREET These bargains will continue until Christmas Augmented Traffic Commitee Arranges to Get Data to Back Complaints. Daughter of Mr. and of Rock Island- Sunday. M rs. Christian -Funeral : !,- ":ni:ior' r ; ?!: :.i- -' tii.-ii'-. k hi- h w:? -II- a ! , 1 1 .UK :;n jr. lil'i.r; - ?r ri. an i-.e. ; w i r- .fi ri . ! i - sin -'! : .r i r ? i - rn.- r - : . ::. i.e. u w . r--. ! ii ' : .i- arre.-'el . r.'i .::r.i.j; ..r' " -'T l;n aj' ":'! i : r. ';:k' u - 'l r.i i.-n 1 :ri. . ' '.l - k I i a '. --Mi- :.r i..-ki a - : Hi- '1 -.r..-l '. n i ' v , i r 'I to I,., ij. r-- ...:.- i a caf-" i a't : !! . 'ii a! r i!ri' -r ' ii ii -r. ! tri pn : e i. '. affray -'lii CVi !1- l;-. 1. K. Ilavermale. s---rvtary "f a t'-.T: pr.ry ir-a:iiation lorni-'O by !:. f'.u-i Mo:iti- T-nii.eran frrt es. is lidinu out liotits of a conference to l.- h-ld :;t th" Ct.nrsationa: cluirc'i in ?:i:it i i'v Tn.-diy e-nit.. H- c. :'. to :av p.anr-- for th l' al otu n am ,:.xr. in th- sprinir. Tiie (ampji:n , v ill h- wac-l tl.roiichoilt outii Mo , Sir, . :isiii'. :nvo!vir.z tiie villafts of S.Kis a::il ari)' :i 'li:t. a well at, Ka' M"'in" TIi- r-otnii,:: ..i:f"r-n e was decided i pon :' a m-etin !: ! i Tuesday of l! is ;: a wi:i-i tl.e t u.porary' or tar.i:rn.:i for:n .1. It was d- iit- i to t.k- :'. t:i fi-iit acainst tli on and a or:.:;.' t. - ii! p-epare d::ta :u. i map out it I'Tita'ive course if. .. .! ..wi d i,:- v ;r he 'nr-rei I T; T V. - ti Just how Iouk it requires for freicht tions. the business men's clubs in the j from Moiine. Kast Moiine and Silvis cities and vi'lapes. the women ;, clubs. , .,lillts ithin a rad ius of tJo to 7.". miles, how Ioiik incom- Mrs. John A. Hammer, well known I in the three ciiies. died at 9.r0 this ! morning at her home, all Twelfth J street. The news will come as a shock to her many friends, her illness rural mail service. etc. Officers nain.-d now will hold their places till the annual election, which will be ing freight is in transit from the same J having been of but a few days" dura held some time in Marc h. I places, and the character of freipht j tion. Peritonitis was the cause. A working policy for the purpose of j.ervjce betw een here and Chicago ! Minnie Hansen was born in Paven makinc the assoclatioin effective was;' .... , i port. July 24. l"7t. She was married . . ... win oe asceriameu oy m aumnuru .... ., dicu;.fl last evemnc aim ecreiary Woodcock was authorized to arranpe tor and to carry out this policy. i It is the aim of the leaders in the i movement to make it so broad that it w ill embrace all the varied interests j vital to the welfare of the county. I i r. Ilrh: S Ki.il I ' V I. a r n KliU 'r II I'l'i ' - :...!..: :i. -I 1. ! :v. Ki. ttn- -ir :::i ! '.. u w re r.- J itiK-.t:.-.- ;u.:ili-t t s i.r- o.i" .M.l . ittefj i "The association." said .Mr. Wood t cock today, "hopes to perform tiie same public service for the county as 'a whole that is beinir performed by 'the various committees now t-e.kini: to b.-ttcr local conditions in Kock Is. Il.n.l M..li... orwl . A T 1 i rw T. .1.. .jx i.&.i'a. .'loniii: nuu a.ai .iiiiii. j . u J tliis reimireM a systematic crusade on t broad p'-neral lines and everyone w ho . ft HQ r-iirr I has the welfare of this communitv at EAST hlU ULUD rIVt ! heart is earnestly s.dicit.d to swell RFT1 THF INDIANS ' ",f rank- of the rusadi:iK army of I: a at t:.e M Kinley n hool D d U:i I,' Not Tl : !iil li:l. e i !n tl.M.r fir Jt t v I f... 'I. -i i:?i vmilli: In. II Ka-t Knci at'it tin- .Molit.e Indians la?t ...i ii 1 I Smaline-s of tiie ..Hi. In appi-i! b'.tli ti ams. The .- -nt-duled ci.l.t.st between the uillintr workers now oreani.ed at the call of the Hock Island County Hith iway Improvement association." Fore None. - .i : t : t i ii I. It i. i . id -t !i' I. .TV i an T h. tn a- : ' i.i I', u Ii ' ills p ! I slu.p i!- : -1 jml t..: -li'K.tiri r 1 1 Hi The i r. Id ..,.,r t' i k hilll Th t. II. :, .;, I .! r 1 1. o i . ' ; iiI.iii-' .- i f .iu.'irv h.r.d '. i ' t.ki ; To 'In I- p. Ill . . t -.I'll : :..! nl- ii. I . ..'i .1 rr'; an 1 . ia ; i l . i . i ,i ...I I !l .r . T..e Si .;,---ii .- U i a 1 tiie father' .is no; tr'ie i. j a f..r V i .-.i.nm a-- ! til. t'w raTn-r ; . me;i e iTI!'- Willi il pi.ltiv u'l- I'Ti-r arni he M- il in his Kill ll ! IS filll- . ii liis sc:ilp. I a:..!, b- ii v he ai.-iri-s-sor. nvi- will be played ai the Ni.rth- v i .-' ha 'I. Tl.ur.-day. Jan. V The ln iliai.s iii. ef tiii IMow t'i'ys at the same pl;: i- t.et Tin -day OPEN HOUSE FOR THE ELKS NEW YEAR'S DAY will be ascertained by the traffic committee of the Greater Mo- line committee before takinsr the mat ter up with tiie railroad. This was decided at the conference of this body at the Moiine club rooms last even in jr. Shipments e ach way in a Rreat var iety of cases and under varying; condi tions will be carefully timed from consignor to consignee so that a rea sonable averatre may be arrived at. There probablv will be no turther meetings of the committee till the fipures are readv and then representa tives of the different railroads c enter-j ' ins here w ill be asked to attend. ! A. C. Abraham, cliairman of the J j Mandinc committee, was named as : permanent chairman ot the ausmeut , ed committee, while O. K. Childs was j sc-incted as permanent secretary. The movement for better traflic con ditions was started by the (Jreater i Moiine committee several weeks aeo. Manufacturers and others shipping or to Mi Hammer Oct. L'o. 1S!S. the cou ple having made their home in this city during all their married liTe. Mr. Hanson is cashier for tiie John Deere : Plow company. With the husband are left three children. Melba Kvelvn and I John. There also survive the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Hansen of Rock Island, and four brothers, Henry of Hecatur, Herman and Arthur of I Uock Island, and Kmil of Syracuse, ! New York. Funeral services will be held at the home Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. w ith interment in Riverside cemeterv. ; GENESEO E"'3 FILLS 'receiving quantities of freight com-j i plain that the service from and to Mo-i j Moiine Klks will follow iheir ensom ; j,u., Kast Moiine ami Silvis is not! of keeping open housf on New Year s I what it should be. especially on good? ,day. This was decided at the regular . handled for short distances. The im TRIANGLE1 nu, t'"ii !ast evening at which six j ponance of this community as a reve .-.e learsinue producer justifies, more considera PLEDGE SUPPORT ON BOND ISSUES Greater Moiine Committee Rat ifies Action of Board of Supervisors. Strictly fresh eggs, right from t ho farm, per dozen 30c Fresh creamery butter, per pound 32JoC 2fc sack Ceresota flour for.. 15c Kegular 30c coffee, pound.. 22c Three cans tomatoes, peas or coin 2 5c Three tall cans pink salmon 2 5c Three packages pancake rlour 25c Ten pound s;'.ck buckwheat 4 5c Four pounds navy begins or Jap rice 25c Eight boxes noiseless matches for 25c Two packa.s cornflakes for 1 5c Three packages Dutch rusks for 2 5c Ten bars Lenox or Santa Clans soap for 33c Two quarts saner kraut for 15c Finest dill pickles, dozen.. 15c pounds best granulated sugar for $1.00 Jersey , Cream flour, sack.. $1.23 Occident flour, per sack.. $1.43 I.arne luscious 40o oranges, sweet as honey, do.en 29c New Knglioh walnuts, pound 19c New mixed nuts, pound .... 22c Late Howell cranberries, per .;tiart 10c Fancy grapefruit, four for -."c. per do.en '. 69c Three stalks Michigan celery for 10c I. .;!-. s' Puldwin apples, per peck 40C Fight pounds sweet potatoes 25C Three pounds fresh dates.... 2 5c Large California lemons, per dozen 35c Low iiov's baking c hocolate, per pound 29c !'.".( can baking powder for.. 19c New ri'.iMtis or currants, per package 1 Oc Three pounds powdered sugar 25c Three- pounds home made mince meat 2 5c Regular :10c cans sliced' pineapple for 23c Large fresh pineapples. '.. 17 C We Will Have the Following Fresh Vegetables GREEN BEANS CAULIFLOWER HEAD LETTUCE SHALLOTTS FRESH TOMATOES RADISHES LEAF LETTUCE PARSLEY Many useful Xmas gifts can he found in our dry goods nishing .sections. Call and be convinced. Our prices are ri also hae the finest line of Xmas trees and Xmas wreaths. PHONE R. I. 443 and 869. Delivery to any part of the city. Phone jour order early and eggs orders alone not accepted. and lit. fur-We Sugar : S39 I candidates were initiated : ciay wi.i t,e iisnerea m wiin tne serv : inc of a buffet lunch in the mornm-; land in the afternoon there will he a feast with all seasonable pro- r. The regi Iar meeting which .! big falls cn 'he first clay of the year has a " i Initial Sets on. it v i on. Il; i .- !"li l.. Id it- Eight Association Arrange for Annual Spring Debate. C ii i .-r - of t'.e lilt-' l.lk-IlT Mlgl. , . t , .in.. i:ir i. .ii have s.bitid i-.k tin- !':e third .- -hool in the central! Veufl ! ir. .i. -I.. r .' iiiterschc la-tie dehat thN y.-.ir. (ien. -eo will be associated - Iosloned till Jan. 8. wiili KeAai.ee ami I'ritic ton The J ; tri c ities e uh tiu.te the northern ri--; KNIGHTHOOD DEGREE TO at'I.- and Monnoi.tli. Calcshurg and j Caritoi. t!;e sniit'iern "f;e. As pre-' vioii.lv ami nirced t!:i-- year's subject. will be the minoritv wace for w omen, i t "ted in the announcement that Dr. I'teparatiou wiil b. gin alter tiie boli-i ri' 1 Vermeren of Chicago, well ..... t... ,i. i. ... ).. ii held March I know n her-, has been selei ted by ' Kaci sc!io;.l wiil hae two teams. Kina A.bert of Uelgium to be honored ope Mippoi'T-E the affirmative and the wi'h knighthood in the Order of King si'otin-r the in native -nie. Leopold. The degree is similar to the tion than the railroads are giving, it is claimed. WILL ELIMINATE POLE NUISANCE Mi BE GIVEN A CHICAGOAN .line Belgian-Americans are inter- "- . ;'L Ccniini.-sic ner Clark Anderson this morning announced that the People's l'owi r coin paiiy and the Trl-City Itail- t way companv have agreed to coope r ate tn the elimination of unnecessary poll's in the city. Where possible the same j.olc-s will he used to support tueM'sed wires of both companies, and it is said that by this plan frotn )' to so per ce'it of the poles, will be made use less and can be removed altogether. j The commission will have wood poles I in the downtown district replaced with ' iron poles, and the poles of the old X'nion Kh-ctrie T lephone company are to be removed. 7i ' .CZJZZ i 1 fec KiiJ Be a "Srua This Christmas Every gift in our stock is useful and will not be put on the top shelf the day after Christmas. Make This an Electrical A mas ySirf Peoples Pow sVvf f M1 j POINTS TO FAILINGS i OF MODERN CHARITY ! Jtev. Thomas Harney Thompson of i Rockford. speaking before the Tw in ICity Teaciitrs' club at the assembly room of the Moiine hiirli school yns j terday afternoon, iirought out vividly I th" inaniwr in which in.-tiii:t ions : which dispense public charity fail to meet other than the merely physical : needs of those to whom they minister, i ifis topic was John 5!asw orthy's play "The f'igeon," a r-atire on modern methods of conducting organized charities. The hero is an easy going l fellow whose heart and purse are open and w iio supplies w hat public philan thropies fail in, sympathy and under standing, to those who appeal to him ' for aid. There will be two more meetings of the c lub during the present school I year. At the one in February the cus tomary literary proerani will be sup Bdvinented with inui-ic. At the get-logether luncheon of the Creater Moiine committee today, tne action of the supervisors in voting to submit to the people at the general election next fall, bond issues for two bridges over Keck river and a new county jail, was ratified. Members of the committee voted to back the pro position to tiie end and to call on tile people of Moiine for their support. All prenent expressed themselves in favor of tiie three projects and no! any particular one. R. S. Wood burn and Secretary Brown made a report of their visit to the meeting of the National Housing congress held in Cincinnati. The dele gates stated that the system as en dorsed by the congress coukl not he in Illinois on account of the limitations placed on corporations. In orer to make the system effective here, it was voted to petition for an amendment of the law governing cor poration. In connection with the same subject the Greater Moiine committee wiil co operate with the Greater Davenport sommittee in bringing to the tri cities Perry R. McXeal of Xew York and sive a lecture on tne Housing ques tion. Also to have him make a survey of the two towns and submit estimates on houses for workingmen. TRIES TO GET DRINK AT 2:30 A. M. AND IS FINED Thomas Flood, who had gotten pretty well "lit up" before the saloons closed last evening, felt the flame dy ing out at l':::o a. m. today and un- dertook to rouse the proprietor of the I saloon at lL'-O Third avenue. He was I pounding on the door w hen an oflicer (arrived and placed him under arrest. in.-, i;.... i.n.. r o. lilts .mi- ti . -,,.i--.. ' thn supreme court as practicing at ' torneys, one is a son of a former ! president of the I'nited States and a grandson of a member of President ; Grant's cabinet. Two others are sons of former slaves. Robert A. Taft, son of the former president, took the Columbus. Ohio Among a class of 04 young men who were sworn in in Xew York Horoueh President Mi Aneny has caused the withdrawal, be fore the board of estimate, of a reso lution designed to raise the salary of the president of the board of alder men from $5,000 to $10,000 a year. Mr. McAneny was recently elected to the otlice. V i9 rP - II OBITUARY RECORD II OUTGROWING QUARTERS LODGE CHANGES TO NEW Future met-iifics of the Scandinavian j brotherhood will ho held at the large .ball in the Swedish Oiive building, the organization having outgrown its old (quarters. Meeting nights will he on !the second ' and fourth Tuesdays of (t!ie iiiou'h instead of the first and I third Thursdays, as heretofore. Six i candidates were initiated and the fol lowing officers tlected last evening, j Pre-id'-nt H-nning Peterson, i Viee president Clau Anderson. j naplain .svea wan son ; Recording i-ecretary Oscar Ob-rg. I Financial secretary Mrs. il. Nor- I Treasurer Victor Erlandsoti. Marshal Eric Johnson. Inside guard Hilda Anderson. . Outside guard Oscar Daniei.v.n. Trustee J. W. Carl&on. Arthur Sundqutst. Funeral services over the remains of Arthur Sundquist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Sundcjuist. 4:14 Eighteenth avenue, will be held at the home Sun day afternoon at 2::io. Rev. A. F. Pergstrom will officiate and interment will be in Riverside cemetery. Iieath took place at the city hospital Wed nesday night. Peritonitis was the cause, the period 'of illness having been only two days. An operation was unsuccessful. Arthur was born in this c ity April 4. F.nio, and was a pupil at the Lincoln school. Resides his par ents he leaes four brothers. Clarence, Edwin. Wallace and Axel, and two sisters, Mrs. John Person and Mrs. Carl Hjerpe, all of this city. Nick Mavros. Nick Mavros of East Moiine died at the citv hospital at :? o'clock yc-ster- jday afternoon of typhoid fever witii 'which he had been ill for three i months. He was S3 years of age and a native of Greece, having lived here ! three years. He was prominent among j tho.-e of his nationality in this vicin ' ity, having conducted a coffee house ! in East Moiine and also ow ned a bak ery' in Davenport. A widow and other ! relatives survive in Greece. The fu- 1 neral was held this afternoon at '1 i ' o'clock at the Rose A- Rarnard chapel., j Rev. Sapronus Karapeperis officiating j and interment being iu Riverside cemetery. ! danit&rocemj Phone 12 and 59. 515 Seventeenth Street. Money Saving Specials Oranges. a 30c si.e, thin skinned juicy orange, very good, clo-.'en, only 20c Grape Fruit, the finest Indian River fruit, heavy and fine flavor 3 for 25c Walnut Meat, nice large halves, no pieces and new goods, lb 25c Pineapple, fresh, each 10c Cluster Raisins, thin skinned and meaty and sweet, lb.... 30c Walnuts, soft shell. No. 1 Cali fornia, lb 20c Apples, extra tine eating apples, perfect in flavor, shape and color, doz 20c Dates, pitted and stuffed with c-ocoanut, pkg 25c Try a pound of our domestic Swiss cheese. This is certainly tiie finest cheese of this kind in the city. Yon wiil say so after Figs, delicious washed figs, clean and appetizing. In 1 lb. packages, each 2"c Cauliflower, large solid snow white heads, very fine, per head 20c Head Lettuce, extra choice will to and solid heads, at, each 15c and 18c Celery, crisp and tender Mich igan celery, direct from the 'growers, 3 stalks 10c Also fresh tomatoes, spinach, wax beans, green peppers, pars ley, etc. Jones' Dairy Farm ham, bacon, lard, sausages and frankfurt sausages. If you w bjh to taste a cup of real gcjod coffee, try a pound of our "Camel" Rrand steel cut, a pure, clean', always uniform coffee, lb 35c trying some; pound 35c HEADQUARTERS For Fancy Holly, Wreaths, Xmas Trees and Mistletoe SITTIGS J Phones. 12 and T,'.t -J.il Sla 17th St. Girl l Hurt. A '".-year-old girl nar.ied G; k f-s-I tair.e.'i painful injury a'.o-.t her head j at 11:::" this nicrntng when she ran ! i into an ai.tomob je w hich was stand- ; ' Mich an f-normo is burde n'o the mails j tel. A physician att-ndrt her i Mclntyre to Speak. ' W. R. Mc'lntyre of Roc k I-land w ill ; (address the older boys at the Moiine ! Y. M. c. a. Sunday afternoon at 3' o'clock. j . Mrs. Ida Palmquitt. Mrs. Ida Palmquist died at f" o'clock this morning of stomach trouble at her home, 2i14 Four'h avenue. Shr; had been ill for four months. Mrs." Pal. n- quist was born in Smoland. Swedtn. May 2. and came to Moiine in : lvso. Her husband died five years ago. Four children survive. They are Mrs.; C. O. Peterson, Arthur and Conrad of! Moiine and Mrs. A. .W. I.indquist of, Geneseo The funeral will h held at j 2: '50 Sunday afternoon with services : at the home in charge cf Rev. A. F. i Bergstrom and interment in Rivtreide . emeTfrv. i KEEP DAYLIGHT IN YOUR POSSESSION By carrying one of our powerful, electric flashlights One of the mo3t useful Chri3tma3 presents you' can give. Good the year around 12 styles to choose from. PRICES 9Cc to $2.50. Dave You Ever Seen an Electric Automatic Revolver? It only takes $1.25 to own one. Don't Forget That We CARRY ELECTRIC ENGINES, MOTORS, FLAT IRONS, TOAST ERS. MEDICAL COILS, VIBRATORS, ETC. CHAS. FIEBIG LOCKSMITH. 1619 THIRD AVENUE. LOOK FOE THE BIG ELECTRIC KEY. All the news all the time. The Argus, j 1