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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS -
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1910.
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$39 IN DAMAGES
Circuit Court Jury Awards a
Small Sum in Suit to Re
IS EJECTED FROM A CAR
rrocble Arise Otct His Offering Ar
senal Coupon as Fare on An
other Line of Company.
The sum of $39 was awarded to the
plaintiff in the Malstrom vs. Tri-City
Railway company damage suit when
the jury brought in Its verdict yester
day. Carl J. Malstrom was suing for
$5,000 for alleged personal injuries.
It seems that he was forcibly ejected
t,roin a car in November, 1907, while
on his way to the Rock Island arsenal,
where he was employed. He had miss
ed the arsenal car and it was neces
sary for him to take one of the regu
lars. He presented his arsenal cou
pon for his fare and it was refused.
Tintnle AM tta Conductor.
Malstrom was requested to pay his
fare in money, and a tussle with the
conductor, Barney Washburn, ensued.
It ended in Malstrom being put off the
car. It Is supposed that the jury gave
the verdict for $39 in order to make
the company pay Malstrom's doctor
bill. Searle & Marshall appeared for
the company and J. T. Kenworthy rep
resented the plaintiff.
nell, Monmouth and the smaller towns
adjoining, but expects to be back in
Rock Island by Saturday night.
Have You Registered?
See if your name is on the poll book
at your voting place If It Is not there
don't forget to register next Tuesday
the last day of registration between
the hours of 8 a. m. and 9 p. m if you
Intend to vote at the general election
Nov. 8. Some Important offices are to
be filled and some important questions
are to be settled. Now's your chance
to take a hand in these public matters.
(Continued from Ta.ge Five)
while before voters will judge candi
dates chiefly by their records and in
dividual merits. When that time comes
It will be a glorious thing for the re
public." To Get Hlie Vote.
Carthage. 111.. Oct. 29. (Special.)
Clyde H. Tavenner will poll a larger
vote in Hancock and McDonough coun
ties on Nov. 8 than any democratic
congressional candidate has received j
In the last several elections. j
This was the assurance given the j
Only a pair of dark brown eyes.
Only a dimple sweet;
Only the clouded autumn skies,
Only a muddy street.
Only a glance from the eyes of brown.
Only a friendly smile.
Only a maid in a fetching gown.
Only a bit of guile.
Only a boy with an ardent heart,
Only a gust of rain;
Only a glance at a taxicart.
Only a sudden pain.
Only a deeply anxious thrill.
Only a frown of rue;
Only a lone, lorn dollar bill.
Only a swift skidoo!
Wilberforce Jenkins, in Harper's
Carpenter Coal company
Sell coal. Fhone west 295.
Kerler & Co. make rugs.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Tri-city Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefz.
Mound City paints may cvost a trifle
more, but ! Ill & Ehleb.
Let us do your housecleanlng. Vac
uum Cleaner, phone West 22G.
Let William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
H. T. Slemon wants your tin and
furnace work. 152C-1523 Fourth ave
nue. Paul & Hayward. tailors, suits and
fancy gowns, 4094 Twenthieth street,
Open every evening until 9 o'clock.
Cut Rate Loan company, 1801 Vz
Look the want column up for ad No.
1S01V6 Second avenue. It might save
you some money later on.
All kinds of business at the Cut Rate
Loan company. Call them up for rates.
memoers oi me lavemit-r uuiu panj It means more to you than you think
by the democratic leaders throughout j yest-177
Hancock and McDonougn counties.
"The republicans are our friends
this year," Tavenner was told at La
Harpe. "Scores of young republicans
in this district who voted for Con
gressman McKinney two years ago
will not vote for him again because of
his vote for Cannon and the Increased
- At Raritan Tavenner had a personal
talk with one of this type of republi
cans, who said:
Cannon Vote Reunited.
"I voted for Mr. McKinney two years
ago. When he voted for Cannon for
speaker I was sorry I had voted for
him. But when he voted to increase
the cost of living I was doubly sorry.
1 was disappointed when I learned
that there would not be a progressive,
republican in the field against Mr. Mc
Kinney in the primaries. Had a pro
gressive republican been a candidate.
I would have voted the republican tick
et on Nov. 8. Slnoe'the contest lies
between McKinney, standpatter, and
Tavenner, progressive democrat, I feel
bound to vote for Tavenner, and mark
what I say, many another republican
will do the same. These men are not
abandoning the republican party for
good, but they will not vote for candi
dates representing the Cannon-Aldrich
type of republicanism."
Tavenner has visited over 20 towns,
and has everywhere been told that
there is a large disaffection this year
in the republican ranks.
Tavenner will visit Macomb, Bush-
On all college pennants
this week. Call early and
make your selection from
the largest and most com
plete line in the tri-cities.
We can finish any shape,
color or special that you
Remember we give you
expert framing' and mat
cutting and carry the most
complete line of mould
ings this side of Chicago.
The -Alit Shop
1523 Second Ave.
rhone West 1490.
Visitors Always Welcome.
We want to save you some money if
you will only let us. Cut Rate Loau
company, ISOlVz Second avenue. Man
ager, J. W. Jones.
Nice bananas, 5, 10 and 15 cents per
dozen and 15 cent bananas, two dozen
for 25 cents, today only, 'at Cam
pana's, 1917 Second avenue.
Everybody is talking about the New
Cut Rate Loan company. Call West
177 for prices you never have been
able to get before. Manager J. W.
Carpenter Coal company, 123
Twentieth ctreet, old phone West
295. We handle best grades of hard
and soft coal. Our motto, "Satisfied
Removal sale of wines and liquors.
Now Is the time to lay in a supply for
the holidays at Riegel's 2104 Third
avenue. After Nov. 1st at the new
location, 2223 Fourth avenue.
Yes, we have a new plan, too. and
will tell you right out loud what it Is.
We will cut your interest that you
have been paying other loan compa
nies exactly in this manner: Pay us
just one-half of what you are paying,
and that is good enough for the New Cut
Rate Loan company, 1801 Second av
enue, Rock Island. Old phone west
177. Managed by J. W. Jones.
Funeral of Mrs. Brady.
The funeral of Mrs. Andrew Brady
will take place from the homo, 1S31
Second avenue. Moline, tomorrow at
1:30 p. m., with services at 2 at St.
Mary's church, that city. Rev. Joseph
Kelly officiating. Interment will be in
Calvary cemetery. At 9:30 Monday
morning a requiem high mass will be
said for deceased by Father Kelly at
St. Mary's church.
Sale Well Attended.
The sale and coffee given at the
home of Miss Kate Byrnes, on Eigh
teenth street, by the Ladies of the Vis
itation guild was well attended and a
success in every way.
IS PIONEER IN LOAN BUS
INESS IN ROCK SLAND
.1. W. Jniici of Cut Kate Ijnan Com
pany Made First Ioan Over
120 Years -Ago.
J. W. Jones, proprietor of the. Cut
Rate Ixutn company, ISOIV2 Second
avenue, is undoubtedly the pioneer
loan man of this city, having been
identified with the business for the
past 20 years. He was the first man
To secure a license as pawn broker, in
1SS4, and has been the custodian of
people's property ever since that date.
He has a thorough knowledge of ev
ery phase of the loan business and at
the present time he is engaged in rev
olutionizing the manner of doing busi
ness. "Jones for Loans' has almost
become a household word and all who
have had business dealings with him
know that his word can be depended
upon. With many loan companies the
rates are almost prohibitive, but with
the establishment of the Cut Rate
Ixan company the rates have been cut
in two and all patrons are assured of
the same fair treatment that they have
been accorded in the past. All trans-
! actions are strictly private and with
Special drive in extra heavy fine
$6.00 wool blankets, size 70x82,
while they last, per pair 84.50
Ice formed over the Hennepin
Canal Friday night. Don't put
off that winter buying a day.
Starting the Winter Selling With a Rush Every
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Day Means a JLot xSoth lo You and to Us INow. Watch Us Do Uur Dhare.
Distinction m Dress
Comes From "Wear
ing Correct Clothes.
You may as well have this distinction if you go for your
clothes where the points that make for correct dressing are known
We have made a careful study of this matter of dress for
women for many years and it takes years of study to know what
is best and most becoming.
Whether it is a coat, suit or dress, you know it is correct in
style if it is a McCabe garment we see that it is becoming as well.
In the Suit Section.
We know you will share our
enthusiasm, for the suits are
exceptionally attractive, many being fashioned after exclusive imported
models. Rough Flancle Mixtures, Diagonal Cheviots, Wide Wale Serges,
Fancy Striped Serges, Chiffon Broadcloths, Fine Worsteds. These embrace
every good style and the becoming fall shades. They are prettily trimmed
in the prevailing modes, or are severely plain man tailored styles each is
the best of its kind, and greatest value at its price.
The copies of Foreign models, $19.50 to $50.00
Handsome American models, $12.75 to $25.00
BJ I .1 . A rarw offering of rich Quality broad
rOadClOtll VOatS. cloth coats, lined throughout with
heavy satin coats for any occasion, unusual value 819 50
DA11 ready to wear and for every occasion morning, af
reSSeS. ternoon and eveoin g party, dancing, street, traveling, etc.,
etc. The best collection at the most moderate prices.
SPECIAL SMART MESSALINE DRESSES, handsomely braided, up to the
minute in style, all the good colors and evening shades 814-75
VOILE DRESSES, fronts embroidered in elaborate patterns, most stylish
DANCING DRESSES, made of net colored in evening shades, also white.
special at 81800
BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION and party dresses 25 to 850
$1.25 Black Taffeta Silk, 78c.
Yard wide Black Chiffon Taf
feta Silk, very soft, pliable and
durable. Best of $1.25 value.
Bargain priced for Monday at,
per yard 7G
Large double bed size Cotton
Blankets, 5 feet 4 inches wide
and 6 feet 4 inches long. Grays
and tans with fancy colored
borders, Monday, pair 03
if :;& : MM 1 1 h a!
Fancy Linens of Rare Beauty
Many makers har contributed. Connoisseurs hare gtrm th
collection much pralsa. Our eastern correspondent have their
fingers constantly on the pulse of this Industry, and are watching
every minute for choice select ions advantageously prrel As to
variety from a 10c six-inch embroidered dolly to a $17.00 banquet
IN LUNCHEON CLOTH8, centerpieces, scarfs and doilies youTi find
beautiful designs Damask huck and fancy materials, embroidered
scalloped drawn work, lace trimmed and hemstitched.
LUXURIOUS LUNCH CLOTHS 26x36. 45x45, 54x54, 72x72, 95 50
down to . 50
HANDSOME CENTERPIECES,18xl8, 24x24, 80x30. .42 to 84-75
SCARFS, VARIOUS SIZES 50 to $423
25 PIECE LUNCH SETS, from 89-10 to $5-50
DOILIES of every size and description.
FOR FANCY LINENS at this store do not presuppose a Ions purse
is necessary. There are many effective pieces, both plain, hem
stitched, drawn work, lace trimmed and embroidered, most moderate
As a Special Leader During This Sale we'll sell 5 dozen
60 all pure linen fine satin damask 36x36 Spoke Hem
stitched lunch cloths, (one to a buyer for $1.00, just $1.00
To Every Customer Buying $1.00 Worth or More in fancy
linens from this linen section during the week, we will pre
sent a handsome 7-inch lace trimmed doily with our com
pliments. To Direct Sharp Attention to the best stock of housekeep
ers' linens in this territory, we will sell at 2 o'clock every
day during the week, large brown homespun bath towels at
12' ic a piece, two for 25
Woman should never be satisfied
without perfect health, and a good
figure, healthful exercise and deep breathing are not impeded when
one we-irs a properly fitted Regis Corset, and the Regi3 is generally
recognized as the most wonderful figure builder of present day cor
sets. We were fortunate in
deed to secure the exclusive
agency in the three cities for
these superior corsets, the salea
of which are doubling over and
over again, and we rarely have
enough for more than a few
days at a time. It is impossi
ble to anticipate our needs very
far in advance as the many
sizes, styles and quality In
quantity orders would fill sev
WE ARE JUST IN RECEIPT
OF OUR LARGEST SHIP
MENT. All women who have
been waiting for some special
size in a particular style will
do well to come promptly in
a few days lines of sizes will
be broken. If your figure does
not exactly suit you, we prom
ise to improve it with a Regis.
If you alrendy have a model
figure a Regis corset will main
tain the beauty lines.
In order to direct all eyes
to our great assortment of Reg
is Corsets and their many mer
its, we'll sell for throe days
That splendid new $6.00 Regis
model for $4.50. One of the
best $2.50 Regis models for
$1.50. The Regis dollar corsets
for 78c each.
Remember three days, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. All
sizes at the start, lines of sizes on these specials will soon be bro
ken. Early comers will fare best.
This is a decided serge sea
son all weaves of serges arc
more in demand than ever be
fore. Consequently there has
developed a scarcity of these
serges we are especially for
tunate in having received a
complete line of light, medium
and heavy weight serges from
the popular priced lines to the
fine cravenetted and coating
38INCH ALL WOOL STORM
unusual value, per yard 58
SERGES in black and navy only,
42 INCH ALL WOOL EXTRA
HEAVY STORM SERGES in black
navy, cardinal, brown, myrtle, etc,
44 INCH ALL WOOL IMPERIAL
FRENCH SERGE, fine soft tex
ture tor dresse??, costumes, etc.,
splendid quality, per yard-..)
QUITE COMPLETE LINES OF
FINE FRENCH AND STORM
SERGES : nd cheviots in full col
or assortments at yard, $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.65. $1.75 and 1 98
All Wool Suitings 38c a Yd.
Monday and while they
last double width all wool
suitings in gray mixtures
inrt gray stripes suitable for
suits, dresies. skirts, chil
dren's wear, etc. Remem
ber these are every thread
vcol, per yard 3Sc. Judge
their value when ou your
self see them, yard....3S
Fortified With McCabe
K T LJofuro You can lauSh at rather change
TUl Unaerwear. ve asked our underwear chief
whether he still bad all of the nearly 200 sorts of knit underwear
in stock that we told of a short while ago. "Yes," he said, "we
have them 58 for men, 112 for women and the rest for children."
And it's all the McCabe kind, which means that it's the best to be
had of its kind, and with some more or less important details, bet
ter at the price than will be found elsewhere. This holds from the
plafn cotton vest at 10c to the highest priced garment in the store.
It's a great stock, and Rock island people ought to know about it
just now, when so many of them need to buy heavier underwear.
Here are a few examples:
MEN'S BEST FLEECE LINED SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, twin nee
dle finished seams, pearl buttons, choice of gray and blue mixed
MEN'S CASHMERE WOOL 8HIRTS AND DRAWER8, absolutely
non-shrinking drawers faced with French sateen, all seam flat
finished, natural gray "and camels hair, price 3X-50
LADIES' COOPER RIBBED FLEECE VESTS AND DRAWERS
flat finished seams, a splendid value at , 50
LADIES WHITE AND NATURAL GRAY wool union suits, perfect
fitting, each 8150
CHILDREN'S RIBBED PLUSH BACK VESTS, pants and drawers,
extra warm garments, to fit all ages from 2 to 16, priced according
to size from 48 to 32
CHILDREN'S WOOL UNION SUITS, natural gray, all sizes from 4
to 16, priced according to size S11I to SlOO
The Waist Section Has These Typical
Neat, Man Tailored Taffeta Silks, Silk Messalines and Not-
elty silk waists ,also fancy net waists, special at 8300
Fine Plaid Taffeta Silks, changeable and checked taffetas,
eltv silk waists, also fancv trimmed net waists, etc. Values
to $8.00, typical McCabe values at 84 85
Handsome Persian and Chiffon waists made in the very lat
est modes at $5.87, $6.75 and up to 810 GO
The McCabe waists have a most enviable reputation for being
smart and new, made with the greatest care and fitting perfectly.
Outing Flannel 5c.
New Outing Flannels, good
weight: choice styles; checks
and stripes in light and dark
colors. Monday, yard J
Blankets 55c Pair.
Cotton Blankets in tans and
grays. Good weight and nicely
finished. For single beds, cots
and children's beds, pair 5J
Wool Blankets, $2.53.
"Wool Mixed Gray Blankets, 6
feet wide and 6 feet 9 Inches
long. Pink or blue borders.
Heavy weight, $3.75 values, per
Useful House Furnishings
THE NESCO OIL HEATING
STOVES, odorless and smokeless,
an ideal heater for bath or bed
THE SAXONIA GAS LIGHTER,
cheaper than matches, lights any
kind of gas, 5,000 lights 25
10 QUART HEAVY GALVANIZED
metal water pails, a special fop
YELLOW ROCKINGHAM EOWLS
for mixing bread, cake, etc., large
BLEACHED ROUND WILLOW
CLOTHES HAMPERS with two
handles and cover, special 81-30
ASBESTOS SAD IRONS, cold han
dle and hot iron, finest nickle fin
ish. 3 irons, handle and stand
For Monday we
offer 25 Ster
ns u Coffee ma
chines as illus
trated in either
or nickle finish.
They make most
quicker than the
old way. Choi e
of either finish
while 23 last,
$1.50 to $2.50 Wool Coatings 95c.
12 PIECES RICH SCOTCH COAT
INGS, in monotone plaids and rich
dark mixtures, 56 Inches wide, ex
tra heavy qualities, splendid for
school coats, capes, etc. Monday
and till sold, -yard 05?
White Crib lilankets. size 24x35
inches, with fancy pink and
blue borders, each 19
Standard Apron Ginghams; the
wanted blue and brown checks.
2,000 yards to Bell Monday at
per yard 5
Paris through our
We are glad to show you the
new hat creations and to tell you
of the late style thoughts of the
great artists of Paris Camllle
Roger, Mme. Georgette, Ester
Meyer and o'hers. Our arrange
ments are such that we are able to
appropriate all the av and smart
ness without the expensive Import
Authoritative Interpretations of
these great milliners can only be
accomplished by real artists.
the rates cut In half the Cut Rate
Loan coraoanv should eniov the bulk
of this business in this vicinity.
Licensed to Wed.
Henry TJlln Moline
Miss Helena Maerten ....East Moline
Adiel Spressens East Moline
Miss Ieoni De Waelle East Moline
Frank Carpenter Washington, Iowa
Miss Pearl L. Hart ..Cedar Rapids, la.
Henry Boerm Clinton
Miss Celia Reterson Clinton
Deneen in Auto Wreck.
Galena. III., Oct. '2'J. Governor
Deneen was in an automobile smash
up last night, the car in which fie
was riding colliding with a team on
a briJse. The governor and three re
publican county candidates In Jo Da
viess county were shaken up and
bruised, but were able to walk into
Galena, three-quarters of a mile
from the scene of the accident.
All the news all the time The Argus.
Your cough annojs you. Keep on
hacking and tearing the delicate
membranes of your throat if you
want to be annoyed But if you
Want relier. want to be cured, tal.t
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold
by all druggists.