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THE HOCK ISI.AXU AI1GUS. 1'ItlDAY. JUXE 12. 101-- 12 I ! i il 7 I 1 i ' J; NAB COUPLE HERE WANTED IH IOWA Detective Sehnert Pinches Sus pects After Ten Days of Pa tient Waiting for Them. GRAND LARCENY CHARGE AII9d That They Stole Over $100 From Hotel In Waterloo ana Headed for Rock Island. Waiting patiently and silently for ten days, the Rock Island police de partment was rewarded early this morn In p when Detective Herman Seh nert arrested at the Th rty first street station of th Rock Island railroad. 3!arla King and Harry Beldwin, a coi yle wanted in Waterloo, Iowa, on the charge of grand larceny. On the eveninK of May 31. In a hotel in Waterloo, over $10 in money was taken. Suddenly afterwards the King woman and Baldwin, who were staying at the hostelry disappeared and Indi cations according to word received here pointed to the couple as the thievrs. Tbey head-d fnr Rock Island came here and stayed cne n'-pht. It was then that the Rock Island, police received the Information to be on the lookout for them. They subsequently depart ed for Peoria from here but their bag gage, two trunks and suitcases, was left at the station here. The local police held the luggage awaiting their return. They sent a man for it when they learned that the police held t but it mas refused him and early this morn ing they made an attempt to steal m and take it. Detective Sehnert was on the Job. however, and he soon had the pair landed In the city Jail. This morning Chief of Police James Brlnn communicated with the Water loo authorities over the long distance telephone and an officer was dispatch ed from there. It Is expected that he will return with the two before evening. tl POLICE NEWS DRINK ; RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT. Thousands of wives, mothers and sis ters are enthusiastic in their praise of ORRIXE. berauce it has cured their loved ones of the TJrink Habit" and thereby brought happiness to their horn's. Can be given secretly. ORRIXE costs only $1.00 per box. Ask for free booklet. Harper House phar macy. (Adv.) II I. : ; . ST. JOSEPH'S TO CLOSE TONIGHT Pretty Features Will Mark Ex ercises at End of the School Term. PLAYLET. IS TO BE GIVEN Young People Will Entertain With Program of Musical and Dra matic Numbers. Ed Everson became disorderly In the lower end of town last evening and he was picked up by Officer Gruby. Everson was drunk and was raising considerable of a fuss at the corner of Ninth street and Xfnth avenue. He pleaded guilty to the charge this morn ing, paying 3.10 Into the city coffers, which was a fine of $1 and costs as sessed him by Police Magistrate C. J. Smith. (.uarttlaa'a Sale of Heal flatate. State of Illinois, County of Rock Is land !: By virtue of a det-retal nrdrr of the probate f-oijrt of atd -unfv, enteral at tl.f S!ny Ifrm t ?aid rourt. A. I . on ttie Mrpll-nt!''ri -f J. F. Witter, roniprvafor of Nel Snranjinn, in5nne. to Hi th- f'lllowinsr ffl"rrHel renl estate. beWmicina; to nil wiml. Fltuate )n the county of Ro.-k l.-lnn-l. Mal i.-f I!Hn"ls. to-wlt: I.ot numlxT lx !'. seven I T i. e!a-ht 11 and nine 9 . hlk two . HinhT and W.-i!h' mMitjuii to the f-iiy of Hot-K Island; end nleo lt two i2. In 61rx-k three i3. Moyenfeld.-r'n rle. in raid city of Kok Island, all In the ,-oimtv of ftor-ic Island and state of Illinois: I Khali, on the lath day of July. A. I. 1914. at Ihe east door of the ,-..un-ty i-oujt hr-::se. In the ity of Rock Is land, in the county and Plate afore said, at the hour of 10 a. m.. s!I ali the Interest of snld wprd In and to the said r-al rstate at -.nihlli- vendue. Terms of sah-. cash In hand. .1. F. WITTKT'.. Conservator for Xcls Swanson, Insane. ( This evening at SL Joseph's hall the annual closing exercises of St. Jos eph's school takes place. The feature of the program will be a playlet, "The Confederate Spy," In which a dozen pupils have speaking parts. They have been carefully drilled for the presenta tion. The program for the evening fol lows: The Little Eskimos Primary Grade Boys. How the Gates Came Ajar Inter mediate Grade Girls. Peter Bird Song Intermediate Grade Boys. Lost in Fairy Land Primary Grade Girls. Galop Marche (Lavignac) Ethel Johnston. Suzanne Meehan, Dorothy Dierolf. Lucia Schaab, Marcella Reidy. Helen Fisher, Alice Thiele, Helen Thtele. Recitation, Mary Queen of Scots Senior Girls. The Dandy Fifth Fifth Grade Boys. Ruth and Naomi. Duet Henrietta Engleman, Marcella Reidy. The Confederate Spy. Prologue Daniel Corken. Cast of Characters: Captain Garri son, Robert Harnett; Drummer Boys, Hayes Murphy, Joseph Kehoe: Officer Hughes, Joseph McCarthy; General Porter. Harry Tonn: Major Stone, Wil liam Wheelan; Sentry, Raymond Ed wards; Happy Peter, Joseph Wirig; Colonel Durand, Fred Gallagher; Cap-1 tain Morrison, Edward Daso; Trivate Scott. Raymond Bogee: Richard Scott. George Bogee: Captain Frits Von Ho-hen-iellern. Loo Kauts: Bugle Boy, Jo seph Coyle; Rock Island Volunteers,! American Solders. German Soldiers. Angels of the Battlefield Chorus of 60 voices. Garland of Roses Senior Girls. Merry Birds of Spring Seventh and Eighth Grade. WIFE REFUSED TO PROSECUTE HUBBY Omaha Officials Do Not Arrive to Return With Dip as Woman Drops Case. After the police had arrested and held here Phil Dinuzso, the Oraana np, wanted in the Nebraska city, on a charge of having attempted to murder his wife, word was received by Chief of Tollce James Brlnn this morning, that the woman refuses to prosecute and that It would be useless for the Omaha police to take him back to that city. Dinuzzo It will be recalled, was ar rested with two other dips by Detect ive Thomas Cox and Officer Kinney Wednesday afternoon. Subsequently word came from Omaha to arrest and hold Dinuazo on a charge of murder ous assault. An official 'from the Ne braska metropolis was expected to ar rive yesterday but he did not come. In this mail this morning came the letter stating that Mrs. Dinuso re fused to appear against her husband, and the Omaha officials therefore deemed It wise to drop the matter. The police plan to release the three and see that they leave town. New York Store Moline, Illinois PIERR & COMPANY New York Store Moline, Illinois A big electrical power station Is be ing erected at Austin, Texas, where the Colorado river is being dammed for water power development. India Is developing an important turpentine industry, though it does not yet supply the home market. i ms Beautiful i nree- Mission Library Suite Piece Solid $2.oo Cash Genuine Brown Oak $2.00 Monthly Spanish NEW SUMMER DRESSES JUS T RECEIVED ! ; Black and white strip ed voile with a drape tunic skirt; sash of dull satin ribbon; prettily trimmed yoke and sleeves. Priced at $6.50 New handkerchief lin en dresses with Rus sian tunic skirt made with embroidered edge very stylish, at $6.50 Dotted voile dresses in Russian tunic styles in blue only, at $6.50 Striped voile dresses, Rus sian tunic effects, in pretty models just received from New York, tf O -C priced at PJ.kJS Striped tissue gingham dresses with tunic effect beautiful models $ J.75 just received, at w Thee three piece mold eal!y he sold for cash at a mnch biirher price, hut It Is otir desire to open many new arcoonts tomorrow t hence we offer It on surh easy terras and for only JlS.Ti for the three pieces a price that will be in force tomorrow, either cash or credit. EACH PIECE DESCRIBED The Eult Is constructed by roaster hands of the finest quality oak designed on plain mission lines and finished in a rich early Knglitih shade. The Table measures 1:8 inches long by 21 Inches wide, built of heavy stock and Mronsly finished at every point. It has a large magazine rhe'.f and at each end a good sized book rack, an Innovation sure to please everybody. The ( hair and Rocker have a 40-inch back, forming a comfortable head rest, the seats are large and roomy, and the backs and seats are upholstered with Genuine Span ish Leather, guaranteed to give long, satisfactory wear and perfect comfort. SIBSTA.XTIAL AND GUACEFrX These are.- Indeed, three beautiful pieces exceed ingly graceful design, massive In every detail and substantially built to give many years of hard, sat isfactory eervice. The leather is' the best obtain able and l without doubt the peer of all leathers used in upholstering. Pay ti and the Salt will he delivered to any ad dress, and you can arrange to pay the balance 2 per month. Three rieccs. Exactly Illustrated i 113-115 St-nflVrMPORI- IOWA. $100.00 Three "Room Outfit Although the articles comprising this outfit make it the greatest value ever offered to nrlv. i it is made doubly attractive by the fact that with this outfit for $100 C? "pl beautiful 100 piece Porcelain Dinner Set. ' We mclude absolutely free, "Buy a Gibson 'Refrigerator for Health and Economy 's Sake es, a r : i Wash Goods Good quality fancy Lawns and Crepes in dainty colorings, only 10c. Fine Tissue Ginghams in plains, stripes and checks; also fancy Crepes in cream and tinted grounds, choice for 15c. Splendid quality Corded Crepes in a cmplete range of Spring and Summer shades, regular price 25c, June Sale Price 19c. "We hare on display a lot of new pat terns in 40-inch Printed Voiles that are very choice. Nothing daintier or lighter for warm weather wear, 25c. Heavy quality 27-inch Mixed Cotton Suitings in beautiful Spring colors, adapted for suite or separate skirts, June Sale price, 35c. 36-incr fancy Crepes in exquisite shades, delightful weave for afternoon or evening wear for 50c. Fine quality Ratines, 40-inch, in beautiful mixtures of black and white, reseda and white, blue and white, very natty for suits or skirts, exceptional values at 89c. 1 , Elegant quality Crepe Eponge, 40 inches wide, in new Spring shades, handsome new weave, $1.00. 27-inch Checked Dimities, " Fancy Swisses and Stripes, 12ic and 15c values at 10c. The White Goods Fancy Striped Poplins, Dotted Swiss, ancy Striped Swiss, Striped Lawns; for separate waist or dress these are very desirable; 25c values for 15c. 44-inch Rice Voile, an unusually pretty fabric for present wear, grand values at 35c and 25c. 38-inch Fancv Crepe, a beautiful fab ric for a fancy wafst or dress, June Sale Price, 29c - 36-inch fine quality Crepe now so pop ular this season, delightful for a fancy dress, onlv 35c. We have on display a choice assort ment of fine Embroidered Voiles and Batistes, designs are -unusually pretty, 40 inches wide, choice for 75c. "VVe offer choice of a fine quality 40 inch Corded Ratine, Plain Crepe and Fancy Crepe, worth 85c and $1.00, in this sale for 69c. A solid oak, genuine leather seat, full box, dining chair A Table Bargain Tl.U small fmmiSr mlie Whit. furcrnjia Jin-1 hirdnowl re frigerator with removable f-lvf and craln pipe, patent iru you cln it like - - .. - - - - f f ' . - u you can f ijp an It lite a china S i 0c a ek VW' O Only by enormous quantity buy ing ara such vaJue possible this la a very massive colonial table, not a flimsy afralr usual ly advertised to catch the un wary it Is made of olld oak jirouirn'iiji ana is wen wortd a haif mora than our pries tOo a week :$ii.75' A genuine oak colonial buffet 42 inches wide only $ '275 s A larre TurfcLKh rocker. Just like rut covered In tet quality Uotion leather "I'nngs. A very uprclal VfcU Hosiery and Underwear 40 dozen "Women's Pure Fiber Silk Hose, the regular 50c grade; all sizes; black only, .at 25c. 30 dozen "Women's Gauze Mercerized, extra fine seam less Hose, all sizes, black only, 25o grade, sale price, 12V2c. 20 dozen Men's extra fine silky mercerized ctton Socks, all sizes, black only, 25c grade, sale price 12Vc. "Women's fine silky mer cerized Summer Knit Union Suits, lace trimmed, 75c values, all sizes, choice at 49c. "Women 'a fine gauze ribbed Summer Vests, lace trimmed, 15c values, 10c. Domestics Good quality Apron Check Ginghams, fast colors, June Sale price, 5c, 28-inch Percales in light and dark colors, June Safe Price, 5c. Printed Challies in a large selection of color combina tions, only 5c. American Prints) light and colors, only 4c. SHOES Reduced prices on Chil dren's Oxfords: 1 lot 'Children's dull and patent lace Oxfords, sizes SV2 to 11, $1.50, $1.25 and $1.00 patterns; all 79c. ' 1 lot Ladies' Corded Silk Pumps, formerly $3.00, now $1.75. z . . . . - opecial values in JbSlack bilks 36-inch Black Chiffon Taffeta in a fine soft finish, reliable wearing quality, grand value at $1.00. Best quality fine Chiffon Taffeta. 36 iches wide, has that delightful soft finish so admired just now; wear absolutely guaranteed, exceptional value, $1.50. .Black Moire Velour, 36 inches wide, so much in demand just now for coats; a splendid -value for $1.50. Men's Goods "We just received another shipment of Men's Summer Shirt which were bought at the big Chicago Saie at cut prices. Men's pure fancv silk washable. Negligee Shirts, French cuffs. $5.00 value at $3.95. Men's fine fancv cotton Negligee Shirt.s, French cuffs beautiful new stripes, latest effects, al sizes, usual $-.00 values, at $1.25. Men 's Summer Under wear, Union Suit like the B. A'. IX, all sizes, at 4(.'c. Xew Neckwear and new Belts at 25e and 50e. Washable Four-in Hand Scarfs, 10c; 3 for 25c. New York Stoi PIERR & COMPANY KNIFE FOR MRS. DRUMMOND London. June 12. Mra. Drummond, who has been Maid win heath for- some time, underwent an operation here Tuesday. Surgeons re ported that she waa imnmvini. aii n poor4tactorily. Her recovery was predict ed. Marshall Field III . her son. w is a student at Cambridga universitf was not Informed of the operation & tu after It wa performed.