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FRIDAY THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS JANUARY 24, 1919.
WIELD GUNS AS THEY ORDER AN 18-MILE DRIVE Take Ts to Port Byron or TVe'Jl Blow Yocr Brains Out," Two " Tell Islander Autoist. "Drive us to Port Byron or we'll blow your brains out," shouted two armed men into the ears of Wil liam K. Mikesell. 1325 Fourteenth street, a short distance from the Universal tractor plant of the Mo line Plow company at Forty-second street, at 5:30 last night. Mikesell, who Is employed at the tractor plant, was just lcavir.g work and was bound for home in bis automobile. The two men Jumped on the running board of bis machine, and. thrusting revo! vers into his sides, gave the com mand that he make all speed tc the up-river town. Realizing that the n.en were armed and that their appearances indicated that they would follow cut their announcement, Mikesell compliAl and carried the unwanted Ip.ssfingors to Port Byron. Knowing that both were armed and without a ' doubt would not have hesitated at violence. Mike sell was forced to drive his ma f chine past pedestrians and aii without so much as making a sound. He deposited his passengers It Port Byron and returned to Rock Island directly. It is believed that the men are two or those who are still at large as a result of the Jail delivery Tuesday night. Personal Points o o J. W. Dunham, 2926 Fifth ave nue, has gone to Sterling, Kan., to visit his daughters, Mrs. C. E. Mat ron and Miss Ruth Ora Dunham, who is in . training as a nurse in .he Sterling hospital. He will also visit in Hutchinson, Kan., at the homes of Rev. James Edgar Wil son, formerly of thi3 city, now pas tor of the Presbyterian cflurch of Hutchinson, and Dr. Chickering. Mrs. Clara Holland, 12.6 Twen tieth street, has gone to Florida to spend the remainder ol the win ter Corporal Louis Paasch, who haa been stationed at Camp Funton for close to two years, has been discharged and is visiting his sis ter, Mrs. Henry Roggenkamp, 1510 Eleventh street. Miss Marian Clark has re turned from -Battle Creek, Midi., and Chicago, having attended a conference of war camp commun ity workers in the former city and spent several days iii dance coaching in the latter city. She will resume her classes in the community service club rooms t!ie first of the wek. William Padget, who also attended the Battle Creek conference and was one of the speakers, returned home this morning. ROCK ISLANDERS ON OCEAN BOUND FOR THE STATES (By Associated Press.) Washington, Jan. 21. The battleship Connecticut, which, sailed from France Jan. 20, with 1.000 troops, is expected to reacii New York, Feb. 2. Rock Islanders, members of the One Hundred Slxty-seconl aviation J squad, are on the Connecticut, now enl-oute to this country. Prev ious Associated Press dispatches Lave conveyed the information that the One Hundred Sixty-second yujts among the 1.000 troops sched uled to return on the vessel. Licensed to Wed -I Ernest Beerli Charleston, 111. Minnie Wickham Charleston, 111. William J. Burke Davenport Hanna E. Brinn Rock Island Arthur Miller Henry county Clara Gehn Henry county James W. Mahaffey .Buffalo Prairie Mrs. Mary Bceding. .Buffalo Prairie MURDOCH MISSION SPEAKER. Rev. Charles Murdoch of Daven port will speak' at the Rescue Mis sion tomorrow evening. Rev. Mr. Murdoch will also oc cupy the pulpit of the Central Pres byterian church next Sunday and ihe following Sunday morning and evening in the absence of the pas tor. Rev. D. A. Johnson, who Is vis iting in New Hartford, Conn. The Here thai IClCIA F ff&C 7F 4Hc lUt isn't r ght ktep, the r a i&$9 lilHlB (f W ftW ttl1 cect of living 1 Elt. Ikv VUiU, U We'll mai cW DEPARTMENT STORE MQLINE ILL. it right. On sale in our Ready-to-wear Department four hundred and twenty-five women and girls sizes 6 to 14) fresh new gingham and percale dresses, worth $1.50 to $2, for $1.25 each. The assortment, a factory clean-up, includes blues, grays, stripes and checks; while they last: choice $1.25 each. In the Ready-to-wear Department Saturday: Women's cover-all aprons, pink or blue chambray- with bias stripe pipings: SI. 50 each. Women's gray and white stripe gingham petticoats, deep ruffle flounce: choice 85c each. One lot fancy knit toques, 50c ones in assorted colors, some 75c white ones (slightly soiled) : choice 39c each. One odd lot women's knit sweat ers; some coat styles, others slip over; assorted colors, regular $5.00 sweaters for $2.93 each. Women's dress skirts of handsome black satin and taffeta, brocaded silk fabrics, French serge and satin combined, all wool serge, wool plaids, etc.: a splendid lot of our best $20.00 and $25.00 dress skirts on sale tomorrow: $25.00 values, $19.50 each. $20.00 values, $14.50 each. Two New Lots Women's Tailored Waists; Fancy stripe tub silks ;high turn over collar, cuffs to match, pretty pearl button trim; sizes 36 to ' 44: choice $3.98 each. Women's' natural tan Eajah silk waists, strictly tailored, front and wrist fastening with brown ball buttons, eizes to 44: choice $3.93 each. Other new blouses of Georgette and crepe d chine, flesh or white, loose plaited front, neatly tail ored finish: choice $8.50 and S3.S8 each. One lot women's white wash waists, as sorted styles, good dollar values, slightly soil ed: 69c each. - These Between-Ssason days are excellent times for mothers to inspect the little outfits and shop for the various needfuls she must provide for the new baby. It will be a pleasure for the clerks in our Infants' Department to shotr you the "Baby Tilings." all the way from the very first garment his bind er to the robe for lii royal carriage. Of course fiiere are the sbsoluta essentials for his ronifort and welfare; then there are exquisitely dainty little "usefnis" whirh mother can add as she pleases. Complete Layettes are priced $9.95, $13.75, $14.49, $21.25, $24.95, $43.99 and so on. Any cf these may be bought separately: Shirts, t mills, binders, skirt.-,, easins. gown s. klmonas. slips dresses, capes, coats, bonnets, veils, mittens, hose, bootees, moc casins, gown s. klmonas, sacqnes, diapers, pads, rubber sheets, blank ets, robes, etc. Advance Spring Stocks in the Hosiery Dept.: Women's silk lisle hose, browns, tans, black, and white, fash ioned foot; regular sizes, 65c pair; "out" sizes 69c pair. Women's black or white fine cotton hose: 39c pair. Men's black, tan or gray cotton socks: 25c pair. Men's black or tan silk lisle socks: 39c pr. Children's black or white fine ribbed cotton stockings, sizes 6 to 7!, for 39c pair; 8 to 9y2 for 50c pair. Children's fine rib bed silk lisle hose; black, white or brown; sizes 6 to 71;: 65c pair; 8 to 9lj- 75c pair. Infants' black or white fine cotton, hose: choice 29c pair. Misses' $3.50 patent leather, cloth top shoes, sizes HV2 to 2: choice $1.S3 pair. Ready-made curtains, 22 yards long; wide, h e mstltched hems; choice of white voile or marquisette, $2.50 val ues for $1.98 pair. The new Butterick Fashion Quarterly for Spring all the new sty les together with fashion notes on colors, materials, trimmings and accessories which properly belong to the new season now on sale at the Butterick Pat tern Department. Groceries, Saturday: Dressed chickens, average about 4 lbs., 34c lb. Fresh Baltimore oysters, shipped direct to us, sealed, sanitary: 65c quart. Best creamery butter,' pound prints, with other groceries, one to each for 55c Steel-cut coffee, 20c lb. Fresh sweet potatoes, 7JJe lb. Navy beans, 2 lbs. for S3e. -Frh rutabagas, it lb.. "Blue Ribbon" raisins, 2 pkgs. for 2c. "Yacht Club" catsup, large bot tle, 29c. California oranges, 48c dozen. Large grape fruit, 10c each. I'nreda Biscuit, S pkgs. to each for 25c. Sandwich meat, sliced, half pound for 20c. Bacon, pieces S to 4 lbs. each, oil-papered at the packing bouse, clean, sanitary: S5e lb. Boiled ham, sliced thin and even, half pound for 30c. Iyonghorn cheese, 45c lb. "Plymouth Rock" salmon, half pound can, 19c Vegetable acd tomato soap, 10c can. Stuffed olives, large bottle, 35c. Dill pickles, 20c dozen. Candy Specials for Saturday: Mixed candies, y. lb. 8c p its, Va. Fresh salted c. Orange ar pound 13c. f s, half flavors, Chocolates, assorted half pound 17e. Fresh, temptlg cakes; sponge cakes, cream cakes, devil's food, etc; each rake boxed separately, rnonjrh to serve five persona, 13c ) : R Grocery Specials for Saturday Monday and Tuesday at ADY'S DEFT ST0R1 700-710 Twelfth Street Regular Hams, choicest Kohr's Crown, 7 to 10 pounds average,' a pound ..34c Red Beans, finest packed (5-can limit) 5 cans 49c Rolled Oats, nice and fresh, a pound 6c Milk, 3 large cans Dundee 46c A dozen cans $1.79 Pure Lard (not delivered), a pound 28c Fresh Creamery Buttri (not delivered), - one pound prints 57c Malt and Mops (makes 6 gals, beverage) . .$1.25 Good Catsup, while it lasts, a bottle 12c Pure White Flour, 5;Jb. sack 35c Granulated Sugar, 5 lbs 48c 'Fruits and Vegetables Five extra large Oranges 2i Small Oranges, a doz..... 29c Greening or Gano Apples, 10 lbs 59c Large fancy Bananas, Roman Beauty Apples or Jonathans, 2 lbs S5e Grape Fruit, 4 for 25c Lemons, a doz. 23c Rutabagas. Onions or Parsnips, 10 lbs 29e Lettuce, a lb 30c Fancy Solid Cabbage, lb... 8c 22c Specials Tall Pink Salmon, Heinz Vegetarian Beans (large cans), Jonathan Peas, Wheat-o-Corn, Tomatoes, large cans, 2b lb. Karo Syrup, Sani Flush, Carnation Green and Wax Beans. 6 Cans for 87c Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, Kid ney Beans, Baby Lima Beans, large can Pumpkin, Baked Pork and Beans, Heinz Vege tarian Beans, any assort ment, all beet -standard brands. Coffee and Tea Special assortment of 35c, 40c and 45c package Coffee, at 29c a lb. Brady's Special, lb 33c Gunpowder Tea, the very best, worth 80c, lb 62e Black Tea, lb 39c Miscellaneous Ginger Snaps, lb 16c Fancy Mackeral, 2 for...3c Large Salt Herring, 4 for 25c Bulk Mince Meat (just opened a new barrel) 2 lbs 29c Mince Meat, 3 pkgs 2-c Pure Apple Cider, gal.... 59c Matches, 5 boxes 2.e Toilet Paper, 6 rolls-.. .25c 45c Washboards 29c $1.60 Brooms 79e Butterine, 2 lbs 65e Peanut Butter, lb 2e Black Walnuts, lb 10c Flour Gold Medal, 49 lb. sacks 2.90 Gold Medal, 244 lb. sacks $1.49 Ceresota, 49 lb. sacks, .f:i.2t Ceresota, 24 lb. sacks $1.65 Gold Rim, 49 lb. sacks. &U)5 Gold Kim. 24 lb. sacks $1.55 Graham Flour, 5 lb. sack. 36c Rye Flour, Rye Meal or Corn Meal, 10 lb. sack. 65c Pancake or Buckwheat Flour, prepared, 10 lb. sack 69c Soaps and Powders Galvanic. Swift's White or Oval Queen, 5 bars.... 25c Fels Naptha or Flake White, 5 bars 34c Kirk's Olive or Creme Oil, 2 bars 19c 50c pkg. Borax Chips.... 39c 2 pkgs. Borax Chips, (small ..23c 3 Skitch 21c 15c cans Lye, 3 for 29c 5 pkgs. Naptha Powder.. 2ic Delivery to All Parts of the City. Phones R. I. 413 and 444. I Independent Mattel 217 SEVENTEENTH ST. Phone R. I. 57 THOUSANDS' OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS are talking about the wonderful bargains they get here every day in the week. Why not give us a trial order? You will be more than pleased. ! SPECIAL INDUCEMENT BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 7 TO 12 A. M. BIG BARGAINS ON PURE LARD No 10 pails $2.80 No. 5 pails $1.40 No. 3 pails 85c Milk, small cans, 5c; large cans 14c Fresh home-made Liver Sausage, lb. 15c 3 cans Pork and Beans 25c Coffee, pound 27c Raw Leaf Lard, pound 26c Fresh Smoked Home-made Bologna, lb 20c Veal Roast, fresh and fancy 22-1 8c Veal Chops 22c Veal Steak 16c Beef Roast 25c to 20c Sugar-cured Corn Beef. .23c to 20c Fancy dry Salt Pork 26c Fancy Bacon Chunks 1 27c Miller & Hart's mon ey worth Bacon, sugar-cured . . T. .34c Fancy pig back Bacon sugar-cure d 38c Fresh Pork Shoul ders, whole 25c Fresh meaty Spareribs 17 l-2c Pure Lard, lb. . . .28c Fresh Pork Butts .. . 27c Miller & Hart Bacon, back strips 34c Fresh Weiners, 2 pounds . . . . 45c Liberty Cabbage, quart 10c Fancy Dill Pickles, -doz 1 5c Pickled Pig Hocks 17c Navy Beans, pound 12 l-2c Lux Soap 11c No. 3 can Smilax Tomatoes 18c 2 bottles Hawk eye Catsup 27c Fancy Brick Cheese 39c Barataria Brand of Shrimps, wet or dry, 2 cans 25c 2 cans Van Camp's Vegetable Soup . .25c -Extra large cans Liberty. Cabbage .15c Sugar-cured Pic nic Hams 28c The Independent Market 217 Seventeenth St. The Sanitary Market Cash and Carry U, S. Food Administration License So. 113,0S6 ton' 700-710 Twelfth St. Rock Island, 111. Unusual Values for the Last Day of Our Pre-Inventory Sale Your Dollar Will Go Farther Tomorrow Than Ever Before BIG EXTRA SPECIAL UNTIL 6 P. M. SATURDAY; Your choice of 1 0 bars Lenox, White Galvanic, Swift's White or Bob White Soap (with a purchase of $ 1 or more in Dry Goods Dept., with one exception), for '. 25c ALL READY-TO-WEAR GROUPED FOR QUICK DISPOSAL All Ladies' Coats One-Half Price V Children's Ging:- One lot Worsted and ham Dresses; sizes 2 to 6; values to $2.00; Pre-Inventory Price 98c One lot Children's Plush and Cloth Coats; values to $7; Pre-Inventory Price $2.98 One lot Misses' and Chil dren's Plush and Cloth Coats, Serges and Corduroy Dress es; sizes 6 to 16; values to $13.50; Pre-Inven- Jr ft A tory price $DJJ Children's; Chambray Creep ers, while they QQ last JC YOUR CHOICE Ladies' Wool Skirts. Ladies' Silk Poplin Skirts. Ladies' Georcrette Waists. Ladies' Crepe de Chine Waist Si Ladies' and Misses Wool Sweaters. Ladies' Black Plush Scarfs. Ladies' Taffeta and Jersey Silk rctticoats. Ladies' Gingham Dresses. Girls' Serge and Gingham I )resses. Children's Sweater Sets. Children's Coats and Capes. Any Ladies' or Misses' Silk or Serge Dress in the store, your choice $10.00 UK All Ladies' Skirts One-Third Off All Infants' Wear 25 Off 50c 49 c 35 PRE-INVENTORY HOSIERY One lot Ladies' 18 inch pure thread silk hose, with scams, all shades; values to $2.00; Q5r a pair 70C Ladies' dark brown Silk Hose, every size; $1.25 values, 7Qr a pair 4 Z Ladies' black or white cotton Hose; 25c values, 3 pairs for Men's fine wool Cashmere Hose; 75c values, 47 " One lot Men's heavy Wool Sox; $r values, a pair Childre'n's black ribbed Stockings, 20c and 25c values, O C 2 pairs for '. Jy Children's black wool Cashmere Hose, sizes 4 to 9 1-2, a pair OUC Children's black fine ribbed Stock ings, every size; values to 59c; a pair BARGAIN PRICES ON SHOES, OVERSHOES AND RUBBERS Boys' Shoes One big lot Boys' Shoes, values ur to $3.50; ' 1 QC per pair P L '?"lJ Bovs' Heavv Elk Hide !0 g?Q Shoes, per, pair P.yC Men's Shoes One big lot Men's Shoes; values up to $4.00; your choice, 7Q per pair . 2? Men's $7.50 Dress Shoes, brown, tan or black; all lasts; QC Ladies' Shoes Ladies' $6.50 black, brown, or grev drsh:::!'.e.r $4.95 Ladies' Kid Shoes, greys, browns or blacks; values up to $10; 3) Misses' and Children's Shoes Girls' Shoes, values up to 0 fJC &1.00. ner nai'r PUtJ 1 'I i - -- -- -- - Children's $2.50 Shoes, per pair , Rubbers Men's and Boys' Rubbers g$c Ladies' and Girls' Rubbers 8gc Misses' Rubbers jgr Child's Rubbers gc Men's and Boys' Overshoes ..$1.50 PRE-INVENTORY MEN'S &s BOYS' WEAR Men's Blue Chambray Uncle Sam Work Shirts; $1. 50 values, 1 all sizes a Men's heavy Blue Denim Overalls, Union-Made; $2.50 val- d "1 ?Q ucs, all sizes . . P 1 UI7 One lot Men's Caps; values to s?s.!."i?. $1.00 One big lot Bo-s' Corduroy rants, every size; $2.50 values, $1 OQ choice One big lot Boys' Hats and Caps; values to $1.50; while thev OQ last ."...V7 per pair $1.95 25 DISCOUNT Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Caps, Mackinaws, Flannel Skirts, Gloves and Mittens. 25Discount on All Blankets and Comforters '25 Discount on All Ladies', Men's and Children's Sweaters. PRE-INVENTORY UNDERWEAR Ladies' medium weight white ribbed Union Suits, short sleeves, or sleeve less; regular and extra (?1 flfi sizes; per garment J X JJ Girls' white ribbed Union Suits; all ages; per Qff o Boys' Fleece Lined Union Suits; all ages; per OQ garment kjJV Men's fleece lined Union Suits; $2.50 values; oq ner srarmcnt 9 X aJZJ Men's ribbed Shirts and Drawers, per garment j 85 BIG EXTRA SPECIAL Child's Shoes, sizes 3 to 8, per pair 49 c BIG EXTRA SPECIAL Ladies Coverall Aprons (one to each) 72c EXCEPTIONAL PIECE GOODS OFFER (See Window Display) One lot 36 Inch serges, plaids, Ehepherd checks, poplins, dross ginghams, gingham chambrayB, gingham LiOV. shirtings, per yard All 36 Inch light and dark Percales. 3o Inch Challics, Amos- 25c keag Apron Gingham, all grades Tenuis Flannel, per yard Heavy quality Unbleached Muslin, 39c value, per yard Heavy Bath Robing, several patterns, $1.00 value, per yard Best 42 inch Pillow Tubing, 53c value, per yard. 9-4 Unbleached or Bleached Sheeting; 90c value per yard ?iotir The above piece goods are excluded from the Soap special. 25c 45c 45c 69c Floisher's Wool Yarns, all -1 Q colors, per skein 1IC Comfort size Cotton Bafts, quirted; $2.00 values; while op they last 3l4p Best Pearl Buttons; 10c values; 2 cards Iff for IOC Ladles' Silk or Cashmcrctte Cloves, $1.00 values, KQf a pair OiC Small lot Crash Toweling; 25c value; per 1 9-1. yard 12C Ble-'chPd Turkish Towels; 1 Q 2Dc values, while tbey last IOC I!