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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, JUNE 19. ,1014.
12 DRUNK FRIGHTENS LADY ON VERANDA Asked Her for Match and Said That There Were Burg lars in Her House. ALSO ACCOSTED POLICE Cclfax. Iowa. Waiter ! Nabbed by Or fleer Bleuer After He Scares Member of Knox Family. J. R. Keene. aged 30 years, a waltej bailing from Colfax. Iowa, startled a member of the C. B. Knox family last evening, when he entered the yard and " declared that there wer burglars in the houe. He was arrested. A lady ai sitting: on the porch of tie Knox home at 2311 Fourth avenue reading;. Keene walked Into the yard and up to the porch. "Gimme a match." he commanded. The woman declared that the had none. In frightened tones. He mood gazinc at her for a moment and then followed with this startling remark: "There are burglars . . .ur home." She Jumped op and was a boat to flee to the interior of the bouse when he said: "Wait. I will go with you and help get the in." The woman stayed for no more. She hastened through the door and tod other members of the family about the rase. When thoy returned to the porch. Keene was wending his way down Fourth avenue. Accoerted Sergeant Bleuer. Charles Bleuer. police desk sergeant, and Stephen Hull, former deputy sher itl. were the next people Keene met. He talked in riddles to the pair. Ser geant Bleuer arrested him and took him to the city JaH. This morning Keene was given a hearing before Police Magistrate C. J. Smith. The magistrate asked him if he was crazy, but he replied that he must have been drinking too much. He said that he does not remember what he did, and that he does not know how he came to be arrested. He was ordered out of town. TRIANGLE BIBLE CLASS ENTERTAIN Annual Banquet of Y.M.fJ.A. Or ganization Is Held at Fejer vary Park, Davenport. DEBATE IS BIG FEATURE Marks Close of Sixth Season of Out Toastmasters to Meet on Mon day Evening for Spread. LOST Between Seventeenth and "Eighteenth streets on First avenue, 550 two-cent postage stamps and 430 one-cent stamps. Finder please return to the R. I. postofflce. Nearlng Stop Tommy Teague. New York, June 19. Eddie Neartn of Chicago knocked out Tommy Teague Just before the .hell rang ending the first round of the semi-final bout at the Stadium A. C. last night. Xearing dropped Teague to the mat with a left and right punch to the Jaw for the count of nine In the middle of the ses sion. Teague managed to weather the storm and then ran into a right cross to the chin. Referee Joh stopped the bout about three seconds before the bell rang. Donovan Cornell Leader. Ithaca, N. Y June 19. Joseph R. Donovan of Richmond Hill, N. Y, has been elected captain of the Cornell baseball team for the season of 1915. Donovan, who is a Junior, has played second base on the varsity for two years. The Triangle Bible class of the Y. M. C. A. held its annual banquet last night at Fejervary park. The mem bers of the class and their ladies were present. Following the banquet, a program was given by some of the young men of the class. Instead of the usual line up of after dinner speeches, a debate was held, on the subject of government ownership of the express business of the nation. Ray Wilson and J. R. Freeman up held the side of government owner ship, and Hubert Ward and Ray Walk er did their best to demolish the argu ments advanced by the affirmative. The speakers had gone into the ques tion with great seriousness, and the result was a lively and instructive dis cussion. This banquet marks the close of the sixth season of bible study by this club. Regular work will resumed in the early fall. Among the guests at last night's affair was A. D. Hermann, of Chicago, formerly assistant secretary of the local Y. M. C. A., and a loyal member of the Triangle club. Next Monday night, the Toastmas- Iters club will hold its meeting at the ! Y. M. . A. The program Is to deal with the tlionie of "cooperation." U. H. Ewlng is to be toaetniaster and the speeches are announced as follows: Tarty Affiliations" J. C. Searle. "Team Work" B. A. Horn. "Business Cooperation" E. O. Valle. The flipper will Le at fi:30, as usual, and the program will follow. Arrange ments for the contest for the McCabe medal will be discussed, and other Im portant business will be up for consid eration. Forty younger boys' attended the celebration yesterday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. which was held as a result of their victory in the recent membership campaign. They played games, and enjoyed music and ice cream, and had a hilariously good time together, getting their picture taken before they separated. The member ship count yesterday in the boys' de partment showed exactly 417 mem bers paid up and in good standing. BOY SCOUTS ARE BACK FROM TRIP Hauberg's Party Returns From Interesting; Jaunt to Ma squaki Reservation. CITY CHAT J (Advertisements ) . Buy a home of Reidy Bros. For express, call William Trefz. Tri-CIty Towell Supply company. ssle at Young & McCombs. in the (Jreen room. Harper House pharmacy. Independent Express & Storas?. R. I. 9S1. Soda In the Green room. Harper House pharmacy. Blaschke's Cleaning works, 1412 Fourth avenue, for blocking hats ot all kinds.;' Just received, a fine line of fresh Olive Oil and Spaghetti from Italy, to sell at wholesale or retail, also have a fresh line of fruits. Frank Campana, 223 Seventh street. (Adv.) Hauberg's Boy Scouts returned to th . citv vesterday afternoon from an overland wagon trip to the Masquaki Indian reservation near Tama, lowa. Eleven days were consumed In making the round trip, and the party averaged 3 mi.es a day, w hich is considered fair time. Twenty-eight lads and Mr. Hau berg were included in the party, an:J the trip was one of the most success ful and instructive yet made by the organization, although several rain storms were encountered. They went to the reservation by way of Iowa City and Marengo, returning by w ay of Ce dar Rapids. At the reservation the boys held sev eral athletic contests with the Indian lads, the feature of which was a foot race between a white boy, a negro and aa Indian. The uegro won the race. A ball game between the In dians and the white boys was ar ranged for Saturday, but a heavy rain interfered. Everyone of the party se cured valuable souvenirs at the reser vation. Including bows and arrows, moccasins, shirts and lacrosse sticks. Mr. Hauberg secured many good pic tures of the Indians, who are descend ents of the Sacs and Fox tribes. These pictures will be made into lantern slides. Parmentier Suit Fails. Madison, Wis., June 19. The su preme court yesterday refused to dis- This Watch Is On Its Last Legs And maybe your watch is the same way. If it is bring it to us, we can repair it, and return it to you in good running order. No watch too hard for us. H. C. CHEER Jeweler. Safety Building. turb a finding in the circuit court that John J. Parmentier, who died while participating in a boxing match in Green Bay, was not killed In conse quence of the fight. .By this decision Sebastian Parmentier, father of the boxer, lost his suit against the boxing promoter and several others for $10, 000 damages. An Old English Custom. In the northern counties of England there was practiced at Easter up to at least half a century ago the curious custom of "lifting." It may still exist. I have before me. writes a correspond ent, a newspaper cutting of 1860, giv ing an account by an Indignant com mercial traveler of the ritual to which he was subjected on Easter Tuesday by the maids of a hot'-l at Crewe. H was. placed in a chair, lifted thnw times and kissed by the. merry revel, ers. It appeared that a like privilege might have been his for the exercis ing on Easter Monday a privilege which absence made impossible. There is a remonstrance of a century earlier by a man who was treated by tbs maids of the Talbot tan, Shrewsbury, ia a similar fashion, hit who la ad- dition had to pay r. . fee. London Chronicle. - . Vermont has decided to return to earth and gravel roadmaking on tie less-traveled highways. 1 T lT i-L mmm j lY i m;P l.h.,fi mi 3Z '4 L 3 160 BLOCK The BIJOU Pool and Billiards. Smokers' Supplies. Periodicals. Official Baseball Returns. ed. Come in and get acquaint- Kain Reinhardt The oldest represented piano sold in the tri-cities is The Kimball 'Has been handled for 35 years !'jy the oldest music store in the itri-cities; located in the 1690 Block. Does this mean anything tc a thinking piano purchaser? BOWLBY'5 IMusic House 1600 Block 1 1 E y Better Tailored Suits at $25 Exclusive Local Dealer in Fine CJotheiTailoredJ to Ordcrfby Ed. V. Price & Co., Chicago This Picture of Happiness Can be Made a Reality Any ond. honest, ambitious voting couple can now start housekeeping in their own cozy home. It's no longer necessary to pinch and save and slave for years before starting married life right. Our wonderfully liberal and perfectly digniiied credit plan has solved the problem for many others and it can do the. same for you. Just pay us a call and let us explain our plan and show you how it not only allows you all the time you want to pay for your goods, but in addition actually saves you money on the "cash" prices charged elsewhere. Buy All You Want On Terms to Suit BUEHLER BROS. The only retail packing1 house meat market in the tri cities and is located in the 1600 Block in Rock Island. Jowl Bacon, per pound Pork Loin Boasts, per pound Pork Shoulder Roasts, per pound Pork Butts, per pound . . i Choice Beef Roasts, per pound Choice Boiling Meat, per pound ....... Creamo Cdffee, 40c seller, per pound . . .. Corn, per can Peas, per can Tomato Soup, 2 cans Small Norway Mackerel, 3 for ........ 122C ... 14c 10c 12y2c 11c 7c 8c 30c 8c 15c 10c Forty retail markets in ten different states, all selling gov spected meats. Packing house in Peoria, where most all are slaughtered and prepared. Every article in our sale Every day a bargain day in our market. ernment in- our meats guaranteed. 1600 Mock 1600 Booster Block Specials Drug Store in your town. Free To the Ladies: Small box Belle Mead Sweets with every 10c ser vice at our fountain. Free To the Men: One Safety Razor with every 25c stick of shaving soap. Hand It To Riess of the San Tox Drug Store 1600 Block Gas Ranges The gas range pictured above is of the celebrated Peninsular make and Is a great saver in gas. Its baking qualities cannot be excelled as It bakes better, quicker, and with (ess trouble than a good many of the more expensive gas ranges. The above $20.00 range we are offering special for one week only. at the ex ceptionally low CI' Cft price of O-IO.OU WE CONNECT ALL GAS RANGES FREE. Freight Prepaid on all Out of Tow n Purchases I J 600 Pieces of Muslin Skirts, Gowns and Princess Slips "OUR BOOSTER SPECIAL" These garments will be on sale Saturday and are the most remarkable values we ever offered. Our Mammoth Table Filled 98c $1.50 to $2.25 Women's Imported embroidered Skirts, 8 to 16- inch flounces 1611-1613 8econd Avenue, Rock Island $1.50 to $2.00 Women's Princess Slips, S to 12-inch embroia- flcunces ... 98c Billing & Herzog Some Extra Specials in Our Rug Dept. We have bought a large quantity of beautiful rugs direct from the mills at a great sacrifice. Thess ruga will be put on sale for one week only at prices never before deemed possible for such high grade and standard goods. Avail yourself uow of these prices. Rugs purchased during this sale will be held for future delivery if desired. 9x12 extra heavy Axminster rues, woven in beautiful oriental rt. signs, and made of very fine material throughout, in rich colorings. A ju.vi rug reuueeu uunr.g tins sale to the CI fl "7" exceptionally low price of J J. Jxl2 Velvet rugs, in a large var iety of oriental patterns; regular $23.00 value, to be sold during f 1 r" this sale at :....HlJ. I D 27x24 Velvet rugs, in a large assortment of Datterns and designs: $2.50 values, during r i - this sale .... J .OD 9x12 Tapestry Brussels rug. ma de of all wool varns. In eoort colore and patterns; regular $16.00 va lues, to be sold fr ir this sale for jV.4 J 1615 - 1617 - 2P AVE. R.I, COME TO THE 1600 BLOCK ipreads.Fast all over the three cities but not half as fast as 1619 Second avenue, (Collateral Bank) which is making loans cf all kinds in every direction, coming and going on furni niture, pianos, live stock, diamonds, pearls, watches, jew elry, musical goods, guns, salaries and real estate. Also buy old gold and silver and do your watch and jewelry re pairing at half price. Always beautiful bargains in un called for goods. We take nothing but the best, then we handle job lots and samples of trunks, bags and suitcases, in fact any and all goods that is a real bargain. Vie are old, reliable, private and still growing. If a queen would come to town she would surely drop around to see our celebrated collateral bank in the 1600 BLOCK n n M 4 B1 Phone 1-7-7 1600 Block JONES TOR LONES Our Number is 1619 2d Ave. L. O