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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, JULY 24, 19U.
flvis ON YANKEE WOMAN NOW THE RAGE IN LONDON IHEWSPEEDWAY ..eenth-and-a-Half Street fcrfc Sereath Avenue as Auto Course. Y mi City en ' 1 boti n o la. abnqt 'd r tt. hi4 Oceri rtr tt No m h r t, lien z RDS claltT wti e In nor. ai a u4 alai t Uiit alotj it m tat hov- LUB 1 1 . R atrwt lima MEctr kEzm 05 by ) - ath-and-on-half stre-t. par- 'STS me "nit- l Kle,venth "rtfth avenues, is becoming a ' Ten rilin that of !E,u, avenue 1,?vard- .nested by two arrests made atrial Traffic Officer Tat Carey. 5cTr arrested a farmer giving itr' George Kel!ey yesterday $tirie xhA man D- r i l r 1 1 v w- Kbefoni Justice of the Peace " ... .vi. nomine and pa'd a JtlO and costs. Tlie police claim htaf"" .;.!. nnd that th dlE to Pr did not Identify himself under " ct name. '. .1 .,..nn traveling agent for bi department store of Dav- TU arrest" " IWhaif ,r,t thls morninR bv 5rCary. He also paid a fine of I tal costs. -3 WONDER POTATO PRICE ' SLUMPED; LOOK AT THIS TV eaase of the recent drop In the JL rf potatoes has ben ascertain Daier Hanes and Charles Mc AiA of Milan are responsible for .hr and one-half acres of F-i on the Marshall farm on Vand- Vr bland iney n-"'"1 Pj ,Kr of the variety known as -"a. This is pretty near a record "j tarty potatoes in this vicinity. The 4 vat aod which had been brok .q Ut fpring. 30GUS INSPECTOR WORKS RETAILERS OF THE STATt W. Scott Matthews, f tate food com Jat nil out a warning to the i;jcu"" I .. .v. salesman of a concern rzm :1Mfacturin an egg candling device , representing mmseu 10 oe a wou :Ktor from tne staie onice. jir. -(ftiia aara that none of his Jn- cun carry side lines to selL He that anyone representing him- t nch officer and offering aay- J&t tit sale be arrested and held till ita: office is not'aed. You Would Go Far to get t- if it were necessary. Fortunately it is not necessary. The millions of refined peo ple "who prefer c&yApr have brought a dE?s' sales agent (the leading druggist) into every community. Bonbons Chocolates Besides these master pieces of flavor we have many other varieties of candies. Our stock is a!waj-s fresh. Sales Agent HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY. Aff r Baking an J Cooking Chocolate at your grocer ' ,.'vv.:-;:ij v- ;.-..---C.- A v- .-.V . -fir i Mrs. James 15. Eustis. London. Kng., July 24. Mrs. James B. Kustis, the wire of the former U. 5. ambassador to France, is having a brilliant time in London, although the established Anglo-American division headed by Mrs. John Astor, hag been applying Its usual deadly freeze-out tactics toward her, which Is the lot of any new American w-oman who geta into the English set without the'r as sistance and patronage. These women got quite a shock a few days ago when a coterie of the smartest young men about town got up a sp'cial dance for Mrs. Eustla and ; I . Linda Thomas of Philadel phia. wUich was attended by exclu sive people, though cold-shouldered by the Anglo-American contingent. Mrs. Thomas has become quite the rage, and the devotion of the duke of Alba Is undisguised, despite the f. owns cf the handsome English semi detached duches to whom he has been solely attached for years. It appears that the duke and Mrs. Thomas met abroad, and that Mrs. TbTmas and Mrs. Eustis Joined a mo toring party In Spain, organized by the duke and some friends, where they had a fine time. Both women are prolonging the'r s'av in London. FIRST LESSON DRIVING CAR LEADS TO ACCIDENT A five-pasoengcr touring car, owned and driven by Mr3. 11. C. Luchmann collided with a Ford roadster In front of Bueliler Bro3.' meat market on Sec ond avenue at 10 o'clock this morn ius. The Luchmann machine Is a new or.e and a representative of the Tot-t-n Auto company W3s teaching Mrs. Luchmann how to drive. The car was moving at a tlow rate of speed and as it neared Seventeenth street the driv er became confused by the congested traflic and ran into the rear wheel of the Ford car, which was standing near the curb. The roadster was shoved forward several feet and the tire on t'le wheel ruind. The touring car was only slightly scratched. ICEMEN WASH PRODUCT IN HORSE TROUGHS NO MORE N'o longer will Davenport Icemen be permitted to wash their product in the slimy horse troughs about the city. Complaint that this practice was being reported to was made to the health authorities and an officer was sent out to warn dealers that a con tinuation would be followed by arrest and fine. "Does My Bank Welcome Small Depositors? The State Rank of Rock Island is always glad to see here the small depositor. Young men married people children working men and women indeed everyone who is seeking to bet ter themselves everyone who desires to be connected with a safe, strong Bank finds a hearty welcome at the State Bank of Rock Island. 4,500 depositors in our Sav ings Department are receiv ing interest at the rate of 4 per cent a year. Twice a year we compound this inter est for them. We want to clean up on Palm Beach, Mohairs and all Summer Suits Meire Ave the .Prices SIO.OO, $9.00 and S0.50 Palm Beach Suits S9.00, $6 and S7.50 each Mohairs 10 Reduction Any fancy spring suit in the house for cash . . . . A few small sizes at SS.OO each Serge suits at 20 Discount Straw Hats HALF Price Panamas Discount THOUGHT CAR WAS TAKEN BY A THIEF "Sparks" Campana Asks Aid of Police Who Find Auto in Pos session of Davenporter. Walter Brondell, known In the trl cities as a wrestler, residing in Daven port, was placed under arrest here by Officer August Kirsch yesterday after noon on a charge of having stolen an automobile the property of George" "Sparks" Campana, manager ol the Trl-Clty Taxi-cab service Today Brondell was released, a suit able explanation having been made by him and Campana not caring to prosecute. Brondell and Campana are good friends, and the Davenport man secured the car yesterday afternoon and took a spin. When Campana returned he was told by one of his employes that the car had been taken and the police were asked to aid in the search for the thief. Brondell was later discovered with the car in his possession. ALEDO J Miss Edith Baugher who has been visiting in Keithsburg w ith her sister, Mrs. John Tary arrived home Monday. She was accompanied home by her niece. Miss Hanel Baugher. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Church and Miss Kate McManut, left Tuesday for Cal fax, Iowa where they will spend a few days. Mrs. H. H. Lard left Tuesday for Thomson, where she will visit her daughter. Mrs. W. J. McCoy. Miss Frances Dool left Monday for her home in Winfleid, Iowa, after mak ing a two weeks visit with relatives here. She was accompanied home by Mrs. J. W. Keyea and son. William of Trenton, Mich. E. R. Petrie, chairman of the repub lican county central committee and James A. Alleen, secretary F. B. Blaz er, Hon. James McKinney and W. J. Graham, attended the meeting of the republicans of the Fourteenth congress ional district, held In Monmouth Mon day. Attorney D. A. Hebel was a business visitor In Peoria Tuesday. Friend K Church has announced himself aa a candidate for the repub lican nomination for county Judge. At the present time he Is the only candi date for the office. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Odell spent Sun day with friends in New Boston. Mrs. Mary L. Chowning of Whittier. California, who has been visiting in Chicago with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Shatford cam SrHT to visit her brother Scoville Lee and other rela tives and friends. Mrs. Maria Evans went to New Bos ton Monday to make a few days' vis it with her daughter, Mrs. W. II. Bart- let t. Miss Ida Lyons of Cambridge is vis iting Mrs. Eva Waller this week. Charles Rlddell went to Rock Island Monday to spend the day with his wife who Is recovering from an operation In the hospital. Fred Stevens who has made a few days' visit with relatives and friends here, returned to Geneseo Saturday. W. K. W ells and ramiiy ana guests. Miss Frances Dool and Mrs. J. W. Keyes, spent Sunday at Black Hawk Tower. C. A. Haas recently purchased a lot on South Walnut street from J. M. Nes bltt. administrator of the Margaret Todd estate and w ill soon erect a mod ern residence on the lot. Mm. J. M. Klnedom who has made a few days visit with Mrs. Eva Wal ler returned to ber home in Galva, Monday. Mlai Kathrvn Scott went to Keltha- burg Saturday to visit her grandmoth er. Mrs. Samuel Scott Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Jenkins, have mart a an extended visit with their daughter, Mrs. H. L. Walker, return ed to their home in Keokuk, Iowa, the last of the week. t Mia Helen Garner went to Gales buif Wednesday to make a week's vis it with her sister, Mrs. James O'Mor row. Mrs. W. R. Wells entertained a com pany of young ladles at her home Sat urday In honor of her neice Miss Fran ces Dool of Wlnfield, Iowa, and Mrs. J. W. Keyes of Trenton, Mich. The company was entertained with vocal and instrumental selections by a num ber of the guests. Light refreshments were served. Mrs. T. S. Henderson of Rio came Saturday to visit her son, Harvey Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swank, daugh ter Miss Lena, and Lawrence Kron sted of Galva and Master Joe Swank and little sister, Mandaline of Toulon who have been guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Egbert near Mil lersberg returned to their home Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cullison went to Burlington, Iowa, Tuesday. Miss Rilla Bowers went to Moline Monday where she will be a guest at the home of Rev. D. L. Leland. Miss Lydia Taylor spent Saturday with friends In Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Acord and fam ily have moved from New Boston and are living in the Mrs. Gilbert Palmer property. Mr. Acord is working for the Times-Record company. Preparations for the sixty-first an nual Mercer county fair arc now being made. Indications assure the officers that the 1914 Mercer county fair will be the greatest horse, cattle, sheep and swine show ever made upon the ground. The increased premiums in the draft horse classes are bringing in many new entries. Already m-iny stalls and pens have been engaged. The greatest improvement .o ba made on tho fair ground this year will be the erection of an administration building. Manager J. L. Buckley of the Conti nental Brick company has donated suf ficient Hy-Tex bricks for this building which will occupy a space of 18x38 feet. It will be entirely fireproof and will be built of the finest and most novel facing brick manufactured by this company. Thi building will be located just northeast of central hall. J. H. Harvey has donated his services as superintendent of construction. An other improvement which will be gret.t ly appreciated by the public consists of wide comfortable seats which are being arranged in the maple grove east of the booths. A new provision which will be welccomed bv the stock men. is a new hnv nm! fpoH hflfn whern how ! -- - - " J w ...... w -' .7 and feed will be sold to the exhibitors of live stock by the agricultural so ciety. Mrs. Alden Swanson, who has been visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. J .A. Olson, left Saturday for her home In Kansas City. Misses Marie Morrison and Elsie Bergland were Rock Island visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Gordon of Chi cago, who have been visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Valle went to W'oodhull Saturday to visit with friends befc-re returning home. Mrs. George Morey and two chil dren went to Viola Wednesday to spend the day with her mother, Mrs. T. R. Bolt. Miss Helen Carroll left Wednesday for Grand Haven, Mich., where she will make an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. R. W. King. She will visit her brothers Charles and Carlisle Car roll in Chicago before returning home. Miss Alice Hurston went to Sherrard Monday, where 6he w-ill spend a few days at the home of Mrs. Fred Beck. Mrs. M. J. Meek and daughters. Misses Nannie and Angelina of Gar net, Kans., who have been visiting their daughter and sister Mrs. A. F. Runborn, went to Keithsburg Satur day to visit Mrs. Horace Hughes. Mrs. Charles Weeks,. who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. ; Isaac Close, returned to her home In New Boston Saturday. Mrs. Alex McArtbiir left Monday for Winona Lake, Ind.. where she will at tend Chautauqua and visit her daugh ter Miss Helen McArthur. who has charge of the Children's hour at the Chautauqua this week. Miss Helen be gan work in April and has made a tour through the south and is meeting with excellent success. In every city in which she has conducted her work the press has spoken very highly of ber work with the children which con sists of one hour in the morning spent NOVEL WEDDING PERFORMED HERE Justice of the Peace Carl Kuehl in Double Marriage Joins Brothers and Sisters. Justice of the Peace Carl Kuehl yes terday afternoon performed what he terms the most novel marriage cere mony since he has gained the title of the "Marrying Justice." He joined in the bonds of holy wed lock, four Reynolds young people, two brothers and two sisters. All re side on farms near that place. Miss Audrey Wilson and Charles Harrison Kell were first married while Thomas Stevens Wilson, a brother of the bride, and Miss Ella Kell, a sis ter of the groom, attended the couple. When the knot was tied. Miss Kell and Mr. Wilson were united in marriage, the newly wedded Mr. and Mrs. Kell attending them in turn. At the conclusion of the nuptials, the two couple departed for Reynolds where they will make their homes. In etory telling and two hours of games in the afternoon. W. H. Shreitling was a business vis itor in Matherville Wednesday. The Young People of the Methodist church announce an entertainment in the church on the evening of August 11. This entertainment will be given by the Knox and Lombard Ladles' Trio. The Misses Anna Lewis and Anna Osterberg of Ottumwa, Iowa, are guests tX the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sapp. Miss Haddie Patterson is spendlng'a two weeks' vacation In Sac City, Iowa, with her sister and other relatives. The Sunbonnet club was entertained at the home of Mrs. H. E. Winger Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Winger and Miss Minnie McCreight. A very pleas ant social afternoon was spent during which refreshments were served. A. C. Blose of Omaha, Neb., spent a few days last week with his grand daughter Mrs. J. A. Allen and went to Keithsburg Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith. Miss Ruth Willis left Monday for her home in Table Grove'after spend ing a few weeks with her sister Mrs. E. R. Lownes. The Royal Neighbors will hold a so ciable at the home of Mrs. Lorena Minor on East Eleventh, street, Fri day evening, July 24. Mrs. J. R. Willey and daughter, Misses Alice and Katherine returned to their home in East Moline Wednes day after visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Sheats and other relatives. G. W. Mars of Mendota, Neb., who was formerly a resident of Mercer county, visited here last week with the Rush brothers. Rev. G. E. Langdon of Chicago Is a guest at the home of W. A. Marsh near this city. ' Rev. Langdon will conduct meetings for the Seveth Day Advent ists. . . Miss Neta Pratt of New Boston spent Saturday here with Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Jay. - Mrs. Agnes Miller went to Gales burg Wednesday to spend the day with friends. Harvey Nes was a business visitor in Rock Island Saturday. Kenneth Gordon of Oquawka, came Saturday to spend a few days with friends Mrs. Mary E. Miller arrived home Saturday from Joy, where she has been caring for H. J. Fisher, who has been ill. TOUGH GAME FOR NIGHT POLICEMEN Few Gained Sleep Today but Were on Beats Assigned Them in Business Section. It was a hard game today for the night police officers. After completing their work this morning and break fasting at home they returned to the police station where they waited until time for the parade, when they all had beats assigned In the business sec tion of the city. When the parade was over they re turned tp their homes and this after noon took their families to the cir cus. Tonight they will go back on their usual beats again, and in most cases, they will have bad no sleep since yesterday afternoon. But even in their misery - there la solace, for as one officer expressed It: "It will be some tall snoring for me tomorrow." All the news all the time The Argus. Lininger & Meyer Beal Estate and Loans Have moved their office to Booms 219 and 220 Safety Building, Rock Island. The Greatest Shoe Sale Ever Held ENDS IN ANOTHER WEEK Closing Out the Henry 0. Jochum Shoe Stock We are determined to close out the balance of this stock in one week, if the still deeper cut on prices will induce you to lay in a supply of footwear for a year to come. There is absolutely no question regarding the qualities or the reductions in prices. The shoes and oxfords are here the prices are cut to unbelievable figures. v ' COME AT ONCE THIS SALE MAY NOT LAST ANOTHER WEEK Some ideas of the values offered, selling ladies' $2.50 shoes, feS&- oxfords and slippers at. . . Selling 75 pairs of ladies' fine $2.50 to ?3oO oxfords, short time at All the men's $2.50 and $3.50 shoes and oxfords that have ,been marked $1.78 and $1.85 a;-i .t-8 I now cut to ...Ifl'a shoeiS?:-.3........ 1.4.5 Men's fine shoes in tan and black, 5'utton and lace, $3.50 values, now at nil auu uidv.&, 1.95 You can now buy misses' oxfords, tan and black, real $1.25 and $1.50 values, at . . A big line of children's shoes and slippers, values I ffg up to $1.25, go at iyM'L All the balance of the boys' shoes and oxfords, values up to (DtSdr $2.50, go at ; .iVLPf- Misses' and children's shoes and slip pers, in patent, tan and vici kid, values up to $2.00, Oxfl now go at ......... ... .pifli' nil 0