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TIIE ROCK ISLAM) ARGUS. THURSDAY", JAXUARY 21, 1015.
Coitprtssor in Huemg liotthng
P.ant Bants, Breaking Ev
ery Window in Place.
committee, the Arsenal Golf club and ! SVEDONA MAN IS
to Outing club, and for two years was
president of the iJavenport Commer
cial club. Me was alo a director In
the First National bank of Davenport.
Mr. McClelland resided it 1S20 Kasl
River street, j Rev,
eei'ie8 nis w;re ne umtM by three
EMPLOYES NEAR MACHINE
A:i Were in Factory at Tim but Mir
aculous'y Escaped Death or In
jury a Device Crashed.
sons. Thomas Wilson. David Nelson
and Robert Richardson McClelland,
and one L rot her.
11 CARS OF PIPE
ARRIVE IN CITY
Unloading Mains for Extension
of Water System in Manu
Ulrik Bonnquist Selected
President Bock Lsland
OF THE AUGUSTANA SYNOD
Rev. N. J. Forsberg Made Vice Presi
.j'!'. warn. OS, tie cornisresaor of'
t-.j :-. uc'.nmry at Urn p.aul of A.'
If. ii BotlUag company. Four-1 Eleven carloads of 10 and 12 inch
v-ec:-. f '.r.ct and Hint avenue. ex- watcrmalns were received in thU ci;y
p..:-. .i lerrinc rorce. sfcaUertng : and today are beine unloaded and rmi. I
r veyed to th Manufacturers' addition
-ry .ri'J j la the building and bad
if tho Ire plant itself.
A":: I'-.f-i all of f.v CM:plr)es were
ia t..-; p:.r.t at li.f time, ajd i ,
tar::i -luim,- near the machine, r.o ! wL, rniain Project of the ear in the
The annua! meeting and election of
officers of the Rock Island district of
the Augurtana synod was held yester
day at Grace Lutheran church. Forty
fourth street and Seventh avenue. Rev.
I. O. Nothsteln. pastor. The confer
ence opened with two sermons Tues
day evening delivered by Rev. J. A.
Ilemliori; of New Windsor and Rev. K.
1704 Second Av.. Rock Island
Friday and Salurday.-Closino Day o! Our
all having miraculous
T. rfn:.;.re,or is constructed wit.i
to the city, where they will be instal- ,M' sson or Ueneseo. At the
led in what iil likely be the biggest j "''"" session yesterday morning
I i ne following or::cers were ciiosen ior
(the ensuing year:
t President Rer. Ulrik Ronnouist.
Vice President Rev. N. J. Forsberg,
A Great Combination of New Merchandise.
Stock Cut Down to Rock Bottom Prices
caused, amounted to' T ' 1 r'nK'nciiuii Has trie con-
! tract for the job. the price being about
.'0.0 in round numbers. When
j r. s i t r:Hvy Iron pip and three.
completed the water system in the
-: ' i thi. was broken by the
t '.i- explosion, the heavy metal.
west will be such as to make that part .
more attractive to industrial concerns
i rnun weit.r r-i - I Members or tiie district to serve on
v ripped out of the roof atd JUr O I nlUrS ClJ W II H ,h Ainri.stnn hni.it:.l hord were!
!-r.iW., amount of p'plug torn PTOMAINE POISONING Chosen as follows: Rev. J. A. Hem- '
:u : ie banters la the ceiling ' ; borg. Rev. K. W. Magnusson. Dr. J. K.
Ammonia Out- . Two Davenporters are In danger of ! Westerlund. Cambridge and F. A. j
-r fortunate fact was that no' their Jive, and two have recovered bundee. Moline.
.t .n In the compressor at the from the effects of ptomaine poison-j The district recommends to the ir.i-!
-piasloa. The plant has! ins; said to have resulted from catin: . nois conference delrsates to be chosen1
ser.-n months, freh Dork l ti.uatr Wednesday eve- .by that body t" tiie rneetinc of the!
al.-.- la a.i directions. Some of ' h,ch insider locatinp In this city.
iU x f'-uad across the street. Two'
N. i r !
-Rev. S. M. .Miller, Mo-
.Friday and Saturday will bring forth one of the most sensational sales Rock Island has ever known.
Four manufacturers have made us offers of new, stylish merchandise at prices that were 'mbelievinerlv low. U
They have taken great losses that our customers might benefit. Merchandise is going to retail at far less
than actual cost of production. Now is your opportunity to buv merchandise at less than ever before. Now R
for the close of a great January Clearing Sale we offer this great sale of
4 Manufacturers Combined Stock at 33c on the Dollar
'i-rkiii'-n had otrrl.a'tled the
- an t n t".:.!i; 1; out wits
1 ! of air
;. f been ar.y ammonia in tiie
r.ins. Those sf.l ill are A. CI. NorrU jAupustana synod which convenes at j
ard Mrs. TJorothy Ifeum-hnian. Mr.. : Minneapolis in June, the confrrencej
Noma an.1 Miss fleraldine Hone, are session to be held at Paxton. April 24. ;
(hose who have recovered from the i Three pastors nnd four laymen with;
' n' tin,-, some of the ' t-rfert of the p!onin. They res: ! - their alternates were chosen to be
': moil.ff Itava K n Avn. - tj- - i . i . . t . . . . ' m. ......-! ,4 ,1 ... nm. t.-b X' T
f .r;.. itU f'al reiu:t.. Twoi The faniL v ate she eveninir meal ! Korsbenr. Edward Ekstrom and S. M. : L
a:id Mr. Hne-;rs were in the' ilrf.nl r. m u'pHnti.il ir lr wna 'Aliller with alternates Revs. I. Ronn-
ts IK-arf! In th south- not until five hours later that the!n!st. Karl Nilson and E. W. Mas-1 ia
b'lildlr a! the t'me
rr;er of t!
nrir nriyhbort.ooi wa. home, ail four were writh:ne with I drew I'eterson. Mollue. Alternates:1,
I by the crash and many imsr-! pain. ' j. A. Poberjt. CambridKe: Sipfrid An-
! fir.-t paces of the poion;ng were felt, jnusson: and
; Ir. Krj l was immedlat !y summoned son. fleneseo: G. L. Peterson
oui by Uie ijme lie arrived al me v iuik r-aiisiii. hoik i.-i;im anu
laymen. Cunnar J. John-
COATS-Absolutely final Clearance
EverA-nne who has visited the Xcw
Store knows the exceptional Coat Val
ues we offered everyone knows the
high grade stylish cloaks that are so'.
Xowfor a final clearance Values to
$27.50. ANY COAT IN THE HOUSE
Be Sure You're In theiMt Place
Bungalow Aprons 39c
Of good percales, in neat figures.
tripes etc.. both light and dark.
These arc the same as are usu
ally marked 50 ccnt and more else
where. We are making- a 'leader" of
them, putting them out at values that
tne trinity cannot atiord to
regard indifferently. A
good range of sizes
From Kramer & Sauba, New York.
-lVdoc:i new spring styles in military
collar, h'tig tight sleeves military silk
stripes, large ruffle collars and cuffs,
in fact, the newest of styles for spring,
in many colors. TJiis comprises a
sample line and a grind assortment of
sizes to choose from
Windsor: John Charle-i jl
and Charles Ossian, .j:
komebodr m b'atine In; An emetic wa administered bv tho ! derson. New
ti'-i"r Afrr the explosion ai drw-tor and another physician railed ; son. Molinp
rn.w I rollect.-.l at the plant. . t- a.'t. Oradually Mr-. Norrls and , Orhiem.
There are In the district nine vacant
!ijelng; wjs r.ot prepared t.j
tht lo Incurred bv the m!v
M Ifixe re-overed. and by noon to- j
day were iwMe lo walk .biut th-.- I
" wui pronamy amount lot bojse.
t ne ca lie or i.-ie exp'o-toni Mrs. I 'itchman and Mr. orns i t',
DTotabir rv.ver he Ln..mn I ( ' i 41 ....... m n.lv IM 1-1. 1 t. ' 1 - . I
sbians fear for their iives. Mr. Kno t
'charges which were divided amonc ,
various Dators wlio will take!
lows: Aledo. Rev. J. A. HemborK: i
s'if-4 that the l'oiion!n$
from tne Iresh pork.
rtsulltd I .Ve ISeilford. P.i-v. E. W.
. Proj.Tief stow n und Morrison
CALLED BY DEATH
Wilson McClelland, Davenport
! ward Ekstrom: Davenport. Rev. .V W. B
; Kb llstrand : Emmanuel church. Mo-, 1
Hr. C. A. Rlomeren: New Era. i W
O. Notli.-fin and Sherrard. ! S
1 T J
'..i..n McClelland, prominent man-'
.'.( !u rer and buinei man of iMtt n-'
BILLY SUNDAY CLUB IS
FORMED AT M. E. CHURCH
. . ! I"v- Karl NiNson.
A It!y S.nday club was orai.l4e ; Th)J yps;priav af.rnoon was
a.ronic the men c the Mr.t Method.nl d..vol.d ,0 a oihCUSsi,;n of a ,)ib,e pas.
sac found la the 119th psalm and in
the evenlnc a commun'on service was
celebrated. Rvvs. E. Ekstrom and S
f H P .. t . i . ... ..
ice. Rev. Mr. Miller preached the pre-' j
From the Edwards
VALUES TO 9Sc.
Fancy mercerized Petticoats, regular 0c
values take your choice of black or col
ors in accrrdian pleated flounce effects
cnose lrom a big rang-e oi
sizes and colors in three good
Church al a meiti:i- h-!d Tuesday eve
nins. hav.nc no-A- a tuc nibership of 7" :
with the proipects of iiu rea-int the '
number t by Sunday. ot!lcer j
were chosen: '
ITesld. nt J. Witter
lariforv ftermon nnd Ttev f J rtenE.
died at 7:2. this mornlnit at the cc Pr'""-i i.. ix. r ,on fommllr)lon ..rmoa. Dr. L. A. ! S
.,f Mr,. Hatt.e IvL.-c.ine. 2.n ! S-Tctary.trea-urer-Pr. . E. Mar- !j.,nMoin or .M,nn(.ailis. president of ' l
ppl ateu'te. frm a troke of . . .the Aucustana synod, was a Kuest cf
ty he bad .ufferea U4 ey-.-.tK Thr ,,H' 1 "! ,h'r i",, X" ,,ro,MO,c i the afternoon and even ins. The dele
! a aa, unexpected ccu.e,i 'B--'-"" the cou.ir.i: to the cotniiiun ,,,. ,.,,,,, , , homf
KMM saock t. IU en-ire com- !t of. v'"" t'""14 of the members and were served with
:j U probable that other hurt he, in the , d,Bner and pu ,n the church r.
feday Mr. MrCletUad was In
t:. f)-t of health, and last cisfht at
tn.J J party at the De LecuUIe
!i'.r .Vf'n r dinner. abj j' ' o'r'.-n k
.7i;;s rr Uf .. ;:;kii Trr i student has smallpox;
ir.ae a play, he cru: plained that he I
n r a chafed, but shortly la'er v Helen .Parker rf Rock Island
city wU! follow the lead of the Metb- , ,or4 by th? ,a(J:fs &f ,he church
o-,sl men ana crea Bi..ii,-r ..u. The nest meeting of the district will
the various crxr:Uatlons form-nt "1- j bo hf.,d n P:i...rn riiurr!li Moline. Feb.
t.r-ate.v a leJeration.
1 - r
I I ,
-..-- side bee am- para!2"d. At f a tudrn' of AnemSana I'tiM-iinlorv,
..i. ruirnin he tnit' trxl auutl.er j ma, yeVr-iay f;inrantlni-d for mali
j i5 t.n condition was such that; p.x Aj( jfiss Parker had taken a les-
. ! ri t be removed to his home, i ,on day eM.f0re n the pipe orpan
'- of the efTorts of the attend- ,.4. M nno noih .rities. with the advice
SCHOOL IS QUARANTINED!
TUr.d u a DaMxe of Iav
born there March Zi. IStil
ian !: crew steadily u-!f heal'h svpartmcnt of the city.
.rid came tht morning. I rfldfd that as a precautionary meas
ure, that the imldiriK siiouid be f-iui!-irated
Accordingly, all clashes after
rl his early cduratlon in the; . n -pre excused vesterday and
! the buu'linr was thoroughly dlsm-
l fected. !
i i nened t::i. niorninu at the j
; uial bour. aft-r the health officer
I lid di-c'ared cverythinR fafe.
- and later attended col-
tn iv east, llf lnfm a clvii
e. b ;t soon aclated with his
i" i t ie planlr.K mill of McCI'-l.
a.p.iny and later t cme I's
ter.t. He wa united la marria.v
Anna Richardson In Iavcn-
Judge Larson Confirms Levy
Lists on Ei Paving Proj
ects in This City.
VALUES TO $1.25.
An exceptionally good value wid
shaped skirt, the very newest
flounce this lias an extra fluimcc
rotects the shoe from catch-
i 11 ii
infT wnrn wa k - i I k-
f c - . i
VALUE TO S3.75.
A cloe clinging fine fitting silk fcrsev trp
petticoat, a value that has never been of
fered here, nor could it be n!y under
thee conditions that the manufacturer
has consented to let us have them at less
than $3-50 a Silk Messa- fo& i K
line flounce all 2
D. B. Fisk New York and Psris
TRIMMINGS, VALUES TO 75c.
All Trimmings have been been classetl in
one lot feathers, braids, in fact,
everything that goes to make up a pretty
hat. Values up t-- T'c each. Chf
Von choose from the lot m3
Velvet Shapes Values to $2 50
Silk Velvet Shapes
stvles black onlw
came this morning that thev
in the very
be able to simply us with z dc.zen m. re
"i these sh.apes which we will sell Fri
day and aturdav. t 'ojitivelv F,f
From Gratz, Bacr & Gratz.
VALUES TO $7.75.
A few of this season's Coats
brown and tan at a price way
cost of materials for making.
I hesc for
merly sold at if7.7 in the
the season and have every
hit as good quality as
higher priced coats
yonr lat opportunity
PLUMES VALUE TO ?6 00
Pcautiful colors T.ong fibre, silkv curled
earlier art ;f
COATS, VALUES TO 312.50.
Ilhie, black and l.-rown .--lracl),ii)s mal.
up tins group that we are determined to
sell out at once. W'c received the coats
a i a very low ligtirc and
are offering you a great
.-aving if vou buv at
S-r la l'jn. He was president an I
"'"'irrr of the T. W. McClelland
'! ;ar. vice president of the White
I-l!r :jfiu'acttirtn company, of tLe
Id'jil I-UUtlnR company, and Victor
i PERSONAL POINTS Jj
Arthnr Harms, exalted ruler, and
C!irence Isaacson, secretary', "f Rock
Istapd lodse No. !S0 Erks. loft this aft
ernoon for Monmouth where they win
attend the mer:in.t of the Elks of the
JL ... ! western district this evening.
w TTV-THl 71 H ! Leo Sullivan of Tacoma. Wash., en-
f sT T .BJAa ! route east on a purchasing trip, is vis
1 IIP V I itinic at the home of his parent. Mr.
VT iHEATREi d Mm. John M. Sullivan. 1302 First
-TtfiH Cj a m 1 Va i ti r. nt j rr fli avenue. Leo left Rock Island a few
w- .. . i. ..-. and u now
H; years aku iui n - ' - -
, of the crockery and house
'furnishins: departments or tne unoues
Bro.' store, one or the largest in ii-coma.
2 Phones 746-747
We will be PACKED
garter the great
Is Nov Playing
Oon't ios out. Use your phone
Two as-sessment rolls for bift paving
projects in this city were finally con
tinued by Judire Nels A. Larson in
county court this morning.
I The first is one. the city engineer's
estimate of which is JL'S.TOO. It af
fects a territory on Second street from
First avenue to Thirteenth avenue
and on First street from Thirteenth;
avenue to the Rock Isljnd Manufae- j
luring company. The material is
The assessment roll for the Eighth
avenue paving improvement also went
through. It is a JS.400 project and ex-J
tends from Thirty-eighth to Forty-first
The next step will be for the adver
tising of bids and the letting of the
contract by the board of local improve
$101 values, in light figured nitres' stripe,
solid blue with plaid collar and cuffs, in
the very best of ginghams brought here
at thie low figure only through J?
tions . . .
( ).-trich riume White
the most de-ired color-
to b.iv ii' -w ! -r our .-orincr
lilack in fact,
HOSIERY 25c Values
A few white fiber silk, iik and cotton.
We are closing- this lot of hosier--to
make room for spring readv-to-
wear, so you had better
vantage of these bargains
while there is a good assort
ment of sizes left
VALUES TO $10.00.
Made of serge, in navy blue. These we
can guarantee to be best quality materials
in tne seasons best styles.
A very good bargain
SUITS, VALUES TO $35.00.
This lot of dresses contains some stripes,
some checks and some solid colored ging
ham in blue and pink, Scotch plaid
trimmed collars and cuffs an FPS
item in itself that should bring
crowds to the New Store 3
VALUES TO $1.93.
A sale oi house dresses that being" sold
at away less than cost of materials alone.
Choose from a great number of styles, a
gocxlly assortment oi sizes,
from 16 to 46. Buv tomor
row at el
VALUES TO $7.50.
This lot. all on one rack, consist-
vets, serges, broadcloths, nove'tv .
basket weave-, etc- These sold a
as $?.."0 during the earlier part of t!
son. so tne price we are Th
verv stvlish lot of wool nonlms. serp-es
velvets and broadcloths, some with plush
trimming, tunics and ian
cy cuts, fancy buttons, etc.
'tl '1 I O '
-u win seii at wfjre
' tor them is
VALUES TO $12.00.
A number of neat, stylish dresses of wool,
challie, serge, mixture cloths and French
block serge in red. copen, etc. A great
bargain at the price of- j 4f am
fered. All in one -c tsre,
rack ; .. .$elw$
'l hesc dresses are selling at awav less
than ro.-t i the materials alone. Vrntr
choice from beautiful crepes, sal in. chif
fon, in neat belled and coat effect-, in
all the leading color-. J j k !" IX
Your choice, sizes Hi m r
to il.r.t $$JLilZjj,
Extra Size Dresses
VALUES TO $3000.
A g'-id select ii m of t- ms and large size
that we know will please yon for quality
These are elected from the best me'r-
nidiiis liiaij ii i (. i ii i ci -. si'me w no
make a specialty if
stouts and iarge size-.
i our cmoicc at W JU. sos'
DanvlHe. III.. Jan. 21- StaruerlnB
from huneer and fatigue. N. J. Van
ArsdaTe. a baker, entered lie police
station here and said be wished to
surrender. Ho sld that be was work
ing for T. M. Burgess t S. Joseph.
iirh . June 13 last, wuen ne sioie
.i.iorxt letter belong to his
ployer containing f7 nd fled. Van
Arsdale said he had been wa jdering
over the country ever since.
MASS MEETING IS CALLED
TO DISCUSS CANDIDATES
One week from tonight there will
be held in the Knights of Columbus
hall fn this city a mass meeting at
which time a list of candidates for
commissioner and one of mayor will
be presented for endorsement.
Backers of the mass meeting as far
as is known have not named their or
ganization but it is composed of 50 or
em-'60 men. mostly proprietors of business
At a meeting held recently. W. N.
Phillips was made chairman of a com
mittee of lire to start the work. This
committee will name another of 13
who will make out the slate which w ill
be offered for the approval of the vot
ers at the mass meeting.
WILL BE HEARD
Catch-My-Pal-Patterson to Ad
dress Meeting at First
Catch-My-Pal-Patterson who speaks
at the First Methodist church at 7:30
tonight in the interest of the Bi'Ay
zuuaay caiiipikiii, auuirsru a ti j
largely attended meeting at the r irst
Fresbyterian church. Davenport, last
evening. Those who hear.l hiiu are
loud in their praises of his masterful
way of presenting Uiinxj, speaking
of li Inj as a man ot extraordinary dra
matic abiiites who tells the story ol
the reformed drunkard in a manner
that captivates his hearers, lie held
his audience to the closest a'-tention
tor an hour and a half and it is as
sured that tho.-e v.Uo f.vl to hear
b:m this evening will miss a real
KS POCKET OF
DRIVER IN STORE
John Feldman Steals Purse
From Harry Young, Em
ploye of Tea Company.
The Girls' Guides of England are
proving to be of much value to the
poTernment. since they are making
J quilts for the soldiers at the front.
is prepared to do ail kinds of steam
and hot water and vacuum heating
work. Cnioj labor employed. Of
fice at Rosetfleld & Cox's plumbing
shop. 2025 Fourth avenue.
Phone R. I. 2703: Res. R. 1. 1507.
Jacob Feldman Vas boun ! over to
: the jriund jury tfc-s morning on a lar
i cer.y crge by Magistrate Smith. HU
i brrj.a were fixed at iTim). Feldman was
arrestci yesterday efiemoon by Offi
cer Si'iivan on waphin: of Hsrry
Young, driver for tha Reliable Tea
Voung claimed thai Feldman picked
pocket In a shoe stare at Thir-
I T.TCF.NXF.n TD WFT) i!
Cr-orse Markell Kast Moline
Ilessie OIhoii Rock h.lnrid
Chester K. Zcntlmore Aledc-
Lillian fiheemaker Aledr
Kdwin ('. S'purr Rock luiand
Kli:;:i!jft;h A. Sommer. . . . Rock Ikland
All tiie nc-ws all the time The Argus.
Funeral of Dennis VV. Kelly. I
The funeral cf Dennis W. Kelly, old '
resident, was heid at ! o'clock this!
ni'.'ra.ng iron: saereu near- cnurcn.
' Father C. P. O'Xei" had chart-e of the '
! services, with inrc-rment m CaK-ary i his
j cemetery- j teenth street and Third avenue, tnk-
! i lag a pocket book containing Sio.
time Tlis! When taken Feldman had ou'.y a
i iittlerover ?1 left.
the new-s all the
at $3.35 per ton
TRACHTENBARG BROS. Of
fice and yards, 1508 First ave
nue. Phone, R. I. 1992.