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WKDNKSDAY. AUGUST 5, itu.
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
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CHANGE OF VENUE
HAS BEEN TAKEN
M. jonnsuu I
C. Bell 121
H. Hlldebrand 125 j
W. Drlscoll ,. 132
L. Lambert "
E. Lesage 37
C. Dowell 12
The results of the first match play
Judge Bloodgood of Whiteside!
County to Hear UDjecuons ; first class.
to Street Extension. i A. Johnson defeated II. Wablgren
DRAINAGE CASE SETTLED
Aflreement la Finally Reached In Old
Hampton Suit Which Haa Been
Pending for Year.
V. "Willis defeated F. O'Hrlen. 9-7.
I Miller defeated E. PeSmet. 8-7.
H. Meier defeated H. Teterson, 1 up.
I. Rexdale defeated D. Bowlby. 2-1.
J. Hansen defeated W. Lucas. 5-3.
I. Roberta defeated I. Hanse, by de
fault. R. Goeple defeated I. Davenport,
R. Almgren defeated H. Hildebrandt,
H. Verholst defeated S. Miller. 5-3.
L. Smith defeated AV. Drlscoll. 1 up.
R. Vennekoe defeated I Lambert,
E. LeSage defeated B. Kreistat. 918.
F. Dowell defeated M. Johnson. 9-7.
C. Bell defeated C. Abrabamson, !-S.
C. W. Dowell won by default.
STARTED IN COURT
A change of venue was granted this
morning by Judge B. S. Bell In coun
ty court in the hearing of objections to
the extension of NMneteenth street.
Molino. The court has property on
that thoroughfare and Judge Blood
good of Whiteside county will hear
the matter tomorrow morning at 10
Judge Bloodgood will also hear ob
jections to the pacing of Seventeenth
avenue. East Mol'.ne. A motion for
a change of venue was asked by A.
B. Johnson, representing the objec
tors and was granted by Judge Bell.
Yesterday objections of the Trl-Clty
Railway company to the paving of
Fifth avenue. Moline. were heard by
Judge Bell and the case taken under
advisement. Diet & Diet and Lane I
z Waterman represented the com- j I
pany and J. M. Johnston appeared for' Mrs. Eessie Goflt Want3 Decree i
the city. The objections of Margaret J From Husband on Ground i
Pierr ct t tne small assessment,
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be held Monday morning at 9 o'clock.
Old Case -Settled.
The Hampton Drainage district case
which has been pending in county
court for years, was dismissed yester
day by agreement, the parties to split
the cost. M. J. McEniry appeared for
the district and Searle & Marshall for
the objectors. An appeal to the su
preme court had been prayed by the ,
objectors but this was withdrawn.
Two suits for divorce were filed
this morning in circuit court. Mrs.
Bessie Goff brought action agalnstj
her husband Harvey Goff. The couple
was married in this cily August 17,
1911 and separated April 1, 1914.
Drunkenness is charged. The custody
of a two year old daughter is asked
as well as $3 a week temporary ali-
Desertion is the ground on which
TDIIRIMFY ,r!i- Esther McQuire seeks a decree
lUUnntl from her husband Daniel L. McQuire.
! Thev were married November 25.
Boy Employed at Rock Island Arsenal j m()- and on March j m2 the de
Club Courae Having Contest. fpndant u ane)?ed to have left his
The annual caddies' tournament is on j w jfe- h. jj. McCaskrin Is the attorney
at the Arsenal Golf club, the first t jn both suits.
match play taking place today. In the
I qualifying round, played yesterday
afternoon. Arthur Johnson made lew
score, with Billy Willis, last year's
champion, a close seconu. j ne ecures
W. Willis 90
W. Willias 90
L. Miller 92 '
H. Meier 95 i
I. Rexdale 99
I. Hansen 101
I. Roberts 102
n. Goeple 108
F. O'Brien 114
NABBED ON FIFTH
AVENUE BY CAREY
H. J. Bromley Fined in Police i
Court for Not Bringing to j
Halt in Rear of Car. ;
H. J. Bromley was the second often-1
der to be fined In police court :
Wahlgren 109 j since Special Traffic Officer Pat Carey j
changed his beat to Fifth avenue. j
j Bromley plead guilty to violating the
section of the ordinance relating to,
I. Hansen 115
W. Sucvis 115
ll. Peterson . 11a . coming to a stop when driving a ve-
E. WSmet 115 hide in back of a street car w-hirh
Bowlby 115 J was loading and unloading passengers.
SECOND CLASS. . ne paid a tine of So and costs.
Leroy Miller 119 ur. Perry Wessel, Moline whom it
Roy Almgren 120 , will be recalled was arrested several
R. Vennekol 121 j weeks ago by Special Officer Carey
Burt Freistat 121: on Seventh avenue on a charge of
speeding and who later informed Mag-
M. & K.'s New and
Mig-hty Price Cutting
Weapon is putting in some
extremely hard work upon
beautiful millinery, with
the result that the prices
now placed upon hats are
so low that every woman
can afford to have a new
Take advantage of these
sensational prices, cer
tainly all women can ap
preciate the great savings
$ .50 for $ 6.00 values
1.95 for ' 8.00. values
2.95 for 10.00 values
4.95 for 35.00 values
Big assortment of chil
dren's hats at 4 9 cents.
N lstrate Smith that he was making an
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diici6cu. tan ai uit; inut , ti U1S-
missed this morning by Magistrate
Smith. The latter made a personal in-1 I
vestigation of the matter and found H
doctor's statements were !
Odd Lots and Samples Fancy
Bora covered with fancy art tick
ing, others plain blue and. white stripe,
value up to $4.00. now $1.95, $1.45,
93c, e5c and 38c each.
ar v t m r r ar -a
Plain white or
pink and blue,
da'nty stripes in
Why Such Activity in the
CORSET SECTION ?
All the New Autumn Models are now
received. These sensational prices are
designed to double the sales. If you value
the dollars you can save you'll come ear
ly Thursday and every day until your
Corset needs are fully supplied.
Here's a great sale and a slashing of
prices for 3 days, 3, of the well-known-Regis
Corsets. .Your interests demand
that you act promptly if you wish to
avail yourself of these savings.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday you
can buy these famous Regis Corsets this
way; beginning Thursday morning, at 9
Regis $1.00 Corsets, r? T
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Regis $1.60 Comets,
Regis $2.00 Corsets,
Regis $2.50 Corsets,
Reigls $3.50 Corseta,
Regis $6.00 Corsets,
How many do you want?
For Gracious Sake,
Stop talking and looking blue, as though
the whole responsibility of Europe's trou
ble rested on your shoulders.
Look Up and Talk Up.
This, your biggest store is full to the limit
of all kinds of goods which you need and can
buy as you want. Our system Buy Low
Sell Low, has never worked better than right
now. Hundreds of new customers are find
ing out definitely that their greatest sav
ings are found here.
Cool Knit Underwear for
Hot August Days.
Not hard to be comfortable when good
underwear may be had at such little prices.
The famous Phenix Women's fine knit
union suits, set-snug shoulder straps, always
sold at 75c, while 20 dozen last, per suit 43c.
Women's fine lisle vests, embroidered yoke,
the regular 25c kind, this time 2 for 25c.
Women's ribbed cotton vests, Thursday, 9
to 11 a. m., 3c each. None at wholesale.
Any Time Is a Good Time
to Buy Good Luggage
but the best time is right now during the
vacation and touring season when we
have such a splendid assortment of all
that is classy and correct. Mostly
bought at advantageous prices, which we
can hardly hope to duplicate.
If you need a new Trunk, Suitcase or
Handbag, you can make a neat saving
on the special offerings from these lots.
Early choosing will be a great advantage.
Furniture Moving Out
The vacating of pur big warehouse is tax
ing our floor space- The prices we are offer
ing to move this FURNITURE make it im
perative that every one who needs FURNI
TURE and to whom money saving is an ob
ject should be prompt in making their selec
tions You can obtain much better FURNI
TURE than you will expect at the prices we
Library Tables at a Saving.
Mission styles. Colonial designs, French patterns, Sher
aton, etc. Massive fumed Oak tables, 42 to 54 inch long.
Oval Tables in quartered Oak and Mahogany and Colonial
Mission Library Tables, 34 Inches long with Chase leather
tops and shelves. S3-95-
Quartered Oak Library Tables,.42 inches longv $10.50 regu
lar, now JG 95-
Chairs and Rockers. Prices Less.
OAK. MAHOGANY. BIRD'S EYE MAPLE and CIRCAS
SIAN WALNUT Bedroom Chairs and Rockers to match.
Large Solid Oak Rockers, $5.00 values, down to Jj2-95-
Gustav Stickley Furniture all marked lower.
Children's Vehicles, Buggies, Go-Carts and Sulkies at a
saving in prices, the most marked of the year.
Good Bye SUMMER DRESSES for
Women, Misses and Juniors.
Some were $2.45 and $2.95, now 1.437
Some were $3.75 and $3.95, now 1.87
Those which were $5.00 to $5.95, now 2-75-Those
which were $7.50 to $8.75, now jj$4.35
Those which were $9.75, $10.75, $12.75 and $13.50, now
Other odd dresses where there are but
1 or 2 of a kind, equally reduced. Move
quick if you care for such savings as these.
Good Hand Woven Ham
mocks for Sale NOW-
Not next season.
It's Early For Such Low
Prices in W r omens
But so much the better for women who
want to buy.
White shoes are going, faster and fast
er. All the White canvas button boots,
military heels, very stylish, not every
size, but yours is probably here; take
them now at $1.79.
White ankle strap pumps, with low
heels, stylish pumps with Cuban heels,
the present price is below a half of their
value, now per pair, $1.37.
. Only a few left of those White two
strap pumps, lots of style in these, per
Plenty of Women's Oxfords, Gun met
al, Patent leather, etc, at $1.35 and $1.00.
The New "Polo Boat Hats" are Here
If you admire Smart Millinery youH want
to. see these. GILLETTE cables, the "Polo
Boat hats are the latest craze in Paris."
The Directoire and the revised "Merry
Widow" brought out by Georgette are also in
high favor, both abroad and at the fashion
centers in this country. Our showing of these
is meeting with most enthusiastic approval.
Among the novelties of the hour in iMllinery
are huge Pansies and Poppies of Velvet
combined with some rubberized material.
How Lucky Women Will
Be If The Buy Silk Petti
coats at These Prices.
Just now Women may buy good re
liable silk petticoats at $1.39, $1.95 and
Just received some white cambric
double panel petticoats with scalloped
embroidered bottoms, both regular and
extra large sizes, underpriced at $1.00.
Those Women's beautiful crepe night
gowns will be on sale again Thursday
at 2 o'clock, at just 32c. None to deal
ers at 32c.
More of those handsome house dresses,
at 3 o'clock for 36c. Don't crowd one
to a customer, 36c.
' for Maitfoman kChOA,
I PERSONAL POINTS II
Mr. and Mrs. John Volk, 1803 Fifth
; avenue, left yesterday lor a trip to
i C. II. March. 1045 Twelfth street,
: has returned from a three weeks' bus
iness trip to Florida.
T. II. Dolly and family. 931 Twen- j
tietn street, lett tnis morning on an
extended trip to Petoskey, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell, 735
Twenty-second street, left this morn
ing for a two weeks trip to i'cnbiue, I
Mioses Mable Hamilton and Freda
left this afternoon on the
st'-aincr St. Paul for a vacation trip to
.Mrs. Jame8 Thorne returned this
morning to ht.-r home in Heading, Pa.,
after spending several weeks witn
friends and relatives in the city.
Mrs. E. T. Dolly and children, Helen.
Ann and Edward, 836 Twenty-third
street, have returned homo alter
spending five weks at Gary, Ind.
John C. Bothner of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Corcoran, 602 Thirteenth street.
Mr. Bothner la one of the leading real
estate dealers of Fort Wayne. He is
a relative of Mrs. Corcoran.
Mrs. S. D. Ruggles of Grinnell, Iowa,
stopped here last evening on her way
from the east for a visit with her
mother. Mrs. Sarah Lamont. Mrs.
Buggies lived here for many years
and ho.L3 of friends will welcome her
on her visit here.
' Miss Marguerite Foote, who grad
uated recently from the stenotypo de
partment of Hrowin'n Business college
of this city, has taken a position-as
stenotype teacher In Granger's Busi
ness college, Aberdeen, S. I). She will
begin her duties about Sept. 1. Mms
Foote Is an excellent operator of the
stnnotypn and no doubt will make
Pittsburgh Organization Pleas
es Crowd in Program at
The several hundred music lovers
who attended the initial concert of
the Pittsburgh Ladies' orchestra at
the Watch Tower last evening were
amply repaid by the excellence of the
program rendered. These ladies un
der the direction of Albert I). Lie-fr-ld
organised three years ago and
the music was enjoyed by the gather
ing to the fullest extent. Miss Ger
trude Harris, the famous Welch so
prano, featured the program with
some well rendered solos and Miss
Marie Dauberger, cornet soloist and
violin soloist are
Miss Edna Keary
artists on their
Many of the people present at the
park last evening brought picnic bask
ets with them In the afternoon and
enjoyed outdoor supper before hear
ing the concert.
The orchestra will give their
last program this evening at the Tow
er with a varied program of instru
mental and vocal selections, both old
time favorites and new and real
good in her new position.
LICENSED TO WED I
George Olive Thorsell Moline.
Miss Esther Johnson, Moline
Koy Knapp Muscatine
Miss Parl Ilolsten, .. Burialo J'rairiei v
George Mennssy Hock Island!
Give Your Feet
Btop That Foot Torture-Tired. Aching,
Burning. Throbbing Feet Get Instant
Keller From TOMGO. It Makes the
Feet Feel Smaller and Tight
P'or old foot give
Vin h r li a u r e of
-ur tiifjr tiurt you
lrlve you nearly dis
tract. -it witn tbulr
l.uriiliiK nil dux lonif
una ell niirht lonR.too
Inn wliy tor-
iur inein rurlli
r T ti-t ToNi.l)
Slid put thxmout
of tln-lr misery.
relief. J t
s o o t h e n ami
DECIDE TO HAVE
Democratic Senatorial Com
mittee Determines to Have
Candidate for Assembly.
Miss Esther Zeis,
i-uuis nn renin those I-t and you
forKet they are there. T n your feet
and nmell badT Then you want
TONL.O quick, for TONl'l makes
them healthy again. It restores clr
rulutlon. it rives them a nice, aoft,
lean rUn like a buhy's, and your
tlicl't shoes won't hurt any more.
Nothing like. T iNOO fop foot com
fort and foot health. 2:c all druK
Msta. or sent prepaid, hv lennintn
I'harmacal o., ChicnKo, fiet It today
and tiave. welt feet tomorrow.
oil will Rlwit, llllfl 1 lllllfll at .lolin r .
tibelder', .1. Klrwle', Mt K.
rt-r1!, A. .1. JtelftS anil 4 ulleife 1'licr-
Rock l6land uiarjr, IUxk Itd, 111.
Special to The Aricu?.)
Aledo, Aug. 5. At a meeting of the
democratic senatorial committee for
the Thirty-third senatorial district,
held here yesterday, it was decided to
have but one candidate Tor the general
assembly. A resolution was passed em
powering the committee to fill any
vacancies on the ticket which may oc
cur. The session was attended. by A. M.
Thornton, Oquawka, chairman; John
Braucht. Aledo. secretary, and Ixjiiis i
Kunkenstein, Kock Island. There arc '
but two candidates out for the demo
cratic nomination for the state legis- '
lature W. C Maucker. Kock Island. '
and E. L. Werts, Oquawka.
Uncle Sam Cannot Take Pack
ages Bound for France or
Germany at the Present.
Postmaster General Burleson has
advised postmasters throughout the
I'nited States that "the r-ostal admin
istration of France and Germany hav
ing informed the department by cable
gram that the parcel post service be
tween those countries and the United
States is suspendea untii further no
lice.' Postmasters must decline to re
ceive parcel post packages for mailing
to said countries until further ad
vised. "Such parcel post packages for the
countries named as have been mailed
or which may be mailed inadvertently
hereafter will be returned to the send
ers and the postage prepaid refunded
to the senders."
Notice to Stockholder.
To all whom it may concern, and to
all the stockholders of Rock Island
Savings Bank, an Illinois corporation,
of Rock Island, Illinois.
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that a special meeting of the
Stockholders of Rock Island Savings
bank is hereby called to be held t the
banking office of said Rock Island
Savings Bank, number 231 Eighteenth
street, in the city of Rock Island, Illi
nois, at the hour of four (4) o'clock in
the afternoon on the eighteenth day of
Angust, A. D. 1914, for the purpose of
considering and acting upon a propo
sition to consolidate said Rock Island
Savings Bank with the Rock Island
Savings Trust Company, a corporation,
and under and pursuant to the banking
laws of the state of Illinois, and for
the transaction of such other business
as may lawfully be transacted at such
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this
fifteenth day of July, A. D. 1914.
" II. S. CABLE,
P. GREEN A WALT,
E. W. HURST.
H. P .HULL.
Constituting a majority of the direc
tors of the Rock Island Savings Bank
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford,
news all the time The
1819 Second Ave., Rock Island, III.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
For express, call William Trefs.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
Independent Express & Storage.
R. I. 98L
Pittsburgh hends IS.dlio soldier.
Cleveland 6.000. Immigrants from
Austria and the Ralkans in these
days ahould have rouud trip tickets.
First three reels tomorrow
Second three reels Friday.
Pon't forget to see It. It is the greatest story In the bible. J. War
ren Kerrigan plays the leading role, the part of "Samson " tho
Mrongeet man in the world. It is his greatest work, his masterpiece.
Lnlversal's greatest production. See it.
ADM I SSI ON ADULTS: 10c. CHILDREN, 6c.
Pictures of the
at Toledo. Ohio, will be
day and Friday. Au. (
and 7, matinee and
nijjtit. Hundreds of in
teresting incidents of
camp sessions on screen.
See prize-winning For
ester team in action : also
pictures of Woodmen
sanatorium at Colorado
Springs, Colo. After
noon performances he
gin at -2:30 and evening
at 7. "
Will he presented next
Saturday and Sunday.
These are battle scenes
fre.sh from the held of
The Fmpiie is cooled ly
big. fans. It's the cool
est theatre in the