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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1911.
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INSANITY PLEA IS
The defense In the murder case now
a in the district court in Davenport,
f attempting to prove that Charles
Cwens, slayer of James Kane, is In
Mne. Numerous witnesses were In
troduced ttia morning and yesterday
tfternoon with that end in view and
iieir testimony will be a great aid
jo the defendant. Owens himself was
placed on the 6tand, but the civil war
veteran rambled and stumbled in glv
ng evidence and co':Id remember none
t the details by which his attorneys
hoped to set up the plea of eli de
onse. His conduct lent emphasis to
Vne Insanity pica, however. The da
'jnse has two more witnesses to go on
tie stand when court convenes Men
lay afternoon and the state expects to
out on several in rebuttal and tben fol
owing the arguments, the jury iii
ret the case.
Eight Weeks to
Bat Not One Minute Too Ear
ly to Begin Your Christ
MuITs. remade. t2.
At Vogue Millinery.
1704 Sr-ccnJ avenue.
Buy a home of Reitiy Bros.
Kerler Rug company, cieaners.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For express, call Speueer & Tre fz.
Let William Johnson do your tin and
"tirriace work; Z' Third :i venue.
H. T. Slemou wants wocr tin and
"uruare work; lTlIOlSCS Fourth ave
nue. We are the exclusive agent for the
celebrated New Koine sewing machine.
T. Richtcr& Sons. '.,19-C21 West Sec
ond etrett. Davenport, Iowa.
Roller skating afternoon and even
ing. exc f Sur.day. at Rock Island
-ink. Aftern'n admission T, cent?,
"kates. 3 5: e von ins. admission 1"
ent.s, skat's tcnis.
kLtt hi 4 1 H
Kerler Rug Co
The machine that does the
jj We guarantee to clean
A fine rugs without remov
; ing the siring or stiffness.
5 Kerler Rug Co
ji PHONE WEST 692
1710 Fourth Avenue
E..S.1M Cafes &Sor
ROCK 1 5 LAND. ILL,. 2T&5
Began wttn a snap and a rush just at we expected. The McCaba
announcements are backed ip so thoroughly that It la a matter of
pleasure to come for the various offerings. And now as we get
Into the swing of it ourselves we ask each department to do its
best In the way of good merchandise, underpr ced so that the
November sales may be the greatest in our history. It Is a mutual
benefit to you and ourselves.
.8.M? Gabs & Go:
te ROCKLSLAND. ILL,. ZZ2'n&T&&
rriv- "How I do like these McCabe
1 IlC dresses" said a lady a few days
rj 1 1 - ct ago. "Tbey make one look dressed.
iCllIcol yet you don't feel like a walking
r 0 fashion advertisement'Tbat is precise-
iJlcSSCS ly it. Good taste, combined with style
is what pleased this lady as it has so many others.
And it is the MCabe way to do this in the best
possible manner, without addinc so largely to the
pri " Among th many attractive mode's are
Velvet dresses trimmed with fancy J4 50
Dancine dreFses in dainty models. J1 Q tf
525.C0, $22.00 and SZ7.DJ
Perge dress-es, made with pointed collars, made
in Paul Reverie style. flA
til good colors ? .sJ
As much attert'on given
to this successful depart
ment in the fall and
winter as in the spring
and summer. We are continually receiving new
lines of Sannelttes, Cees- eidfdowns. popii-is
Elnchams. too" clotbs. pcarfincs, err.
50 pieces cf Fancy Flanrelettes eli dark styles
ruch as reds, greys, cavy blues, brown, etc., a goc'i
heavy ruary thai usually fcells at
12'-2C, at. a yard
Heavy Velcur Fleeces for warm houf-e dresses ki
monas. bath robes, :.:., P?ced on borb sides rich
veiour cclorir.ps regular 10c values?. - -i
at. a yard XXC
We hear that every day arid j'jH
nf-en we know i;. our buyers tcr)k
pains in bavin? t'tiese coas built tQ
have tbcm s-wel! in all but the prices.
For the November ?:lr-5 we hue iro
v'ded such nice 'o.it. as
H'ack broadcloth oats. lined through
out with satin, oniy
Doutle faced coats of fine Scotch mixcres.
look Iik tbe coats at
Handsome serpe coats strictly tailored models.
satin reveres and oliars. lived through
out with satin, rcfruar J2) coats at.. ..
Pnnnlnr Gold beadei hat
rupUidl pin. ball cone
Dnior! and 'P31- shares
n ILCU all new. These
Mosaic Brooches beautiful tL(
band made settings OUC
Mounted barrettes and back combs
hand finished, special new thing,
at 93c, 75c, 68c tLf
Rhinestones, Horseshoes. Hearts.
Circles and Q (i
Bar Pins Z.DG
Pearl Headed Hat Pins. r
Egyptian Ixng Bead J- q
Dinner Many new deco-
SetS fOr ration8 to cno08e
T from either In
ftovemner 100 piece set. Cr
Sales open 6t0Ck
Dinner service cf fine quality thin
Austrian China , lavender ?nd
;rreen decorations, gold tracings
con-plete . . $14.00
Fine English China Dinner Service
Russian design in green and black,
witb two gold lines;
100 piece pet
English (""hia Dinner service, open
stock pattern. Grecian border,
decoration gold traced, handles
and Vnr.bs. 1"- piece t i eL el"V
Beautiful China Dinner service
open stock, pattern Engl'sU shapes
with Flow blue vice, decorations
regularly $15.00 value. The No-
v ember sale price
Women's Party Slippers and Shoe
Special Monday we offer while 60
pair last, a Mat kid braded
vamp party slipper with covered
cuban heel, worth $3.00, JQ OQ
all sizes Monday
Monday we also offer a young
ladies' styliBh 6hort vamp street
shoe of dull calf, button effect and
welt sewed soles, in all sizes and
widths, worth $3.50 JlO Qfi
Rpanfifn1Tlnsel e,astlc belt"
DvOUlliUIing. handsome com
binatlon of colors
etc, per f
Satin and silk plain and fancy belt
ing, in navy, brown, grey cy
and black, per inch a-C
Wide kick panels of taffeta or
satin trimmed in silk (-t C)fL
fringe, black only 51.c
Wide satin girdles with -Q
tailored bow In back DOC
Elastic belts with buckels AG
all colors and black tOC
Drtonf .frilR rely beautiful
l center pieces, doi-
P1rirr ,''8 and scarfs in
Vllillj exquisite c 1 n n y.
Should have been
ept under cover-
I PCS Some one blundered
J'a'3 and put these out as
counter goods. Result somewhat
soiled, further result a reduction
of 331, from regular prices. One
washing and the pieces are as
good as ever.
$6.75 Center Pieces are.. $4.50
$4.50 Center Pieces are.. $3.00
$3.98 Center Pieces are.. $265
(2.98 Center Pieces are.. $1.98
Smaller pieces In proportion.
Only a small number excellent
low Slips of
rrri SOc bleached sheeting
litCa" 22c That most ex
cellent fox croft bed
1 ill sheetine. 21! yards
' riced for Monday
2 inch Androscog
gin tuoing at lc
The best -wearing geamless bleach
ed pillow tnbir.g; sold usually at
22c; special for all day q
Tuesday, per yard XC
freely t 5c
a pair. Be
cause there are just two patterns
left in our fancy goods department,
will close them quickly AQ
at, per pair T7C
pocd value fit
17c. Monday and until -t f
20 dozen are sold, per pairAvC
Ch'ldren's and b'g girls' fleeced
lined hose; elastic ribbed, fast,
dye, seamless feet, long silk fleec
ing, sizes 7, X and ! only. That's
why they are
Wornpn's Winter Hose Black
heavy weight seamless hose, sizes
9 and P2 only. o
per pair OC
Big November Sale of Silks
a ..riu 4 t.. L.,,ni. ah,.in hiiu.r. In th thri citie and vieinitv. Genii- !
Ine money saving, price reducing event in desirable silks just at the time of year that silks are most
wanted. A sale of practically all new and stylish silks bought for this Fall selling.
Over 8000 Yards of Staple and Fancy Black and Colored Silks
At large saving over usual prices. In these various lets you will find plain and fancy messalines, satins,
peau de cygnes, taffetas, foulards, loulsines, etc., etc.; also many bargains in staple biack silks.
19 INCH TAFFETAS
27 INCH TAFFETAS
36 INCH TAFFETAS
40 IN. CREPE de CHENE
36 INCH TAFFETAS
27 INCH M ESSALINE
36 INCH MESSALINE
MONDAY 9: 30 A. M. AND ALL WEEK.
One Lot Fancy Silks, a yard 29c
This lot re respntp. full pieces, half pieces ana
odd lexigriis of fancy colored siiks and includes
neat striped and checked taffeta and louisines fig
ured foulards, cbiffon, falii3, etc., etc.. silks that
have 6old up to 5ic, all at, OQ
a yard 43 C
Fancy Messaline and Taffetas,
a yard 39c
An especia ly desirable lot of pretty striped and
checked messalines and taffetas, also many Per
sian and Oriental patterns; no remnants, but full
clean pieces; many in this lot have sold
as high as Sue; all at a yard kJIjC
24 and 27 inch Fancy Silks, 49c yd
Over 2.000 yards of these beautiful silks, all 24
ard 27 inches; both taffeta and messalines
in a splrnlid assortment of waisting and suit
ing patterns; mostly dark fall shades; nearly
all $1.0' values; . iQ
all at. a yard Ti7C
36 IN. PEAU DE CYGNE
36 IN SATIN DUCHESSE
36 IN SATIN DUCHESSE
46 IN. CREPE de CHENE
19 IN. MOIRE VELOUR
36 IN LINING SATIN
36 INCH SILK SERGE
Enlarged - -
1.00 MEN'S COAT SHIRTS. SPECIAL. 69c. We
sold a great many of there truly wonderful bar
gain shirts Saturday and offer another lot in tb
same patterns. Coat stjle and attached cuffs for
your selection this coming week at the
same price $1.00 men's coat shirts ....
Underprlced Underwear for Men and Women
The frobty weather brought an onrush f-.r u;:dev
wrar unprecedented. Some kinds whiih h3ve be
come broken in sise and which p cannot duplicate
again this season will be offered Monday while they
last in lots at concession prices as follows.
Women's $1 00, 75c, 59c, 48c, 41c and 2."
Men's 5125, $1.00, 75c. 60c. and .. 39
Tnmhlopc Are every day need ,n every
I lilllUltl a home. You will find in the
J rrl1l0f R'.hss department most every
rllltl ilUUlClS kind of tumbler or goblet made
of which we have selected three very special
numbers for "The November Sales." Finest qual
ity thin blown glass water tumblers, needle
etched designs. Very special in sets W
Tbe set of 6 OOC
Beautiful polished colonial goblets, tall graceful
shapes and an ornament to any table. AQ
The set of 6 YUC
Water tumblers, hand cut from very heavy plain
blanks, rich d&ep cuttings in clear, perfect crystal
Thy are matchless in price and sO 4Q
quality; set of 6 JZ.tO
Twenty Charming Suits for Women
All different, not ben out of the
makers hands two weeks.
nroadcloth. serge- novelties, beautifully tailored ;f
modish styles The pick of sample ltne. hence not
$20.00, $25.00 or $30.00, $15 75
Hence we say buy a suit you'll save at Itast 20
per cent, maybe a half only 20 in all.
A choice little November snles morsel.
o! Lace Curtains
S.'.OO values at
?2.3'. per pair
selling while 15
pairs last, fine cluny insertion and edge cnrta.ns,
at. this little price.
Just 15 pairs
The November Sale of Rugs
French Wilton, Franco Persian, Body Brussels, Tapestry and VeUet. Several hundred Rugs fine per
fect nieces from our stock. Al -i several recent advantageous purchases are offered at Lower Prices than
we have ever before quoted.
In the Wilton line are the beautiful Mosul, Kurdistan, Khiva. Helxch:stan. Kirrnanchat and Karak
patterns.. Kxact duplicate of antique persian band J. ade rugs. In the Franco Persian, Hartford, saxony
and Anglo Persians, you wilt find the reproductions of the choicest Oriental goods which can scarcely be
told from tbe imported rugs. Beautiful small persian and medallion effects are formed in the Body
Urussells and Wilton Velvets. The prices below are convincing evidence of the large savings.
Whittal Leprae Wilton Rugs
Unquestionably the best wool Wilton Rugs made.
This season's latest patterns, size 9x fcOQ Of)
12; $40.00 grade; now J)i&t.U
High Grade Body Brussels
All over perfian and medallion designs, coloring?
suitable for almost every room; size 9x12 feet, the
$35.00, $30.00, $27.50 grades now,
French Wilton Rugs
An unusually fine selection of exclusive designs.
made of the finest worsted fabrics;
size 9x12; $60.00 grado, now
3x12 Tapestry P.russells rugs in the 10 Inch quality,
$16. "0 grade. 1" only in 10 choice
patteriiH to go at
Wilton Velvets at Manufacturers' Cost
20 only of these seamless Wilton Velvet all worsted rugs, size 9x12.
wide range of patterns, $?.0.00 jrrade now
INDICT MANY SALOON MEN protean my is lny entitle to PRESIDENT MAY CAST HIS i bfe ba8 rhansd hls p'aDS- As a
... ... ,.-....,. . ' -1 saloons, onf for every 1,000 In- i . ..., suit he will leave here Sunday night.
IN AIM INDIANA UN T habitants. It has 75. VU I t IN HIS HUMt I UWIM wake the necessary affidavit before
.Michigan City, Ind.. Nov. 4 ! uot ppririf;f. Va jov 4 Presi-!'hp election board on Monday andj
Michigan City's wide open policy in' Mr- Vernniiya Placed Under Guard, j dent Ta'ft 'cet a vote at the Cin- PrePar('3 on Tuesday to register j
the conduct of its saloons resulted- Chicago. Nov. 4. The police ad-:C!nnati and Hamilton countv elec-' bi vot- nof the t,u,ar had ot !
yesterday in the return of true, mittel today they have nothing but- tions after all. For two week's there I ,he republican party, but as a citi- ,
w v r I .Kra:1'1 jU7'- F,rr 'WO '-ircum.'antial evidence against MrSJ n doubt as to whether hl of 0h
e. Ks t,.e puloon men have been m ..... . .i. ,9ct u
ier and son of the bank's president,! permission to stny fn Jail until furth'-t
cunif bre and obtained the n-r iff' Inquiry into th- InsM'iition'n affairs.
t.ouise ennilya in connect, on with . V ' - rnilR l"HP I T J A WRPPIC flPJ
i.anoi in nis tionje city nxi lues- 1 vwn w 1 1- n niikwn wn
l.ot water- T-n davs .-:o inHift
nnts charsinc thrPP' of thir rum- ,llp dea,,, nf Arthur Bissonette. They
ber with rrjury were returned snd admit thp" hae no evidence Mrs.
jesterday the final report was Clod v,rmilva "Vf,r bal any arsenic in
; . 1 .. her house, nor tbar uhp hart cvor mir.
dirtnient, are aVair-t w 11 r.o y.1 any. and that they have not ro,jl1 not 'JD,S bo speared in;liv WPTfi lopt yesterday afternoon
day. The president sent his regis
tration paper to Cincinnati too late
and tbe election board decided he j
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL
Bloomington, 111., Nov. 4. Four
known unril torcorrow,
will tict be
bur it is mi-
found that any other of tbe ejeht
K.rstocd there are from one to four apalr,B among tne woman s relatives
and friends were not from natural
causes. The police decided not to
person before nest Monday night and '
wben an Illinois Central freicht
m a ict rr!ers Pgainsr each of the 7 r
sabicr.kepers in the city, with the
'tb.ers distributed among tbe Lar-T-rders.
hangers-on, keepers and in
mates of resorts and gambling dens.
I'ndr a new Indiana statute two
convictions of a saloonkeeper calls
.inro that ho -a--.u o nimttiefl e!fetor.
Tr, 9 a u,nH,H teavir.s- TTot ' train crashed through a bride ovr
arree-t Mrs. Verinilya. because of her
illness, but ro keen a guard at ber ;
boDif until Abe is strong enough to
: c- 1 .. I- 4 . . . . ...... V , " 1 : - .
Fprings Monday night, arriving in , '-' l ,,.1
rin,itinoii .1 ,.i...tiV.n riav hut! The dead i
i j j v. ' - . C V. . rU I' 7 ' ' ... v. ... ,
i for the forfeiture of hie license.
be locked up.
A"er:dfrg physicians this afternoon i
reported Mrs Vennilya's cor.di'iori had ;
T M n n f f J- "ETZGER, stu
Tailoring S Pam orarai Co. ,8 ,n
O lEtruction and it is
1 Peoples NsIiohcI Bank Biffg.
1 ty '?"''
WHY NOT YOU?
AVlij shouldn't yon have a kon
apitite, perfect 1ip-tl"n and
b."Ls helKJ vtherv m ill help
ou. too. Iry it and mm.
Vancouver, B. C . Nov. 1. John Bo-j
' reylv was arres'ed here today on sus
; picion of being implicated in the New
j Westminster bank robbery. He ld '
; in his possession $4.',i in bil's. some
! of which wore, acrordlr:g 'o numbvrs.
, :r.clud:d in the sum obtaia-d Sept. 13, 60 cents
when the bank of Montreal was robbed
I Lame beck comes on suddenly and; Hats cleaned and blocked
is extrtmely painful. It is caused by,
HARRY EMMETT, engineer
EMin CRl'M, fireman.
HERBERT GRISSOM, brakercau. '
J. METZOER, student fireman.
cours of con-
letruction ana n is supposed tnat
sonm of the supports gave way. The
structure had been In use and was
deemed safe. When the engine
, 'struck the bridge it collapsed with-j
onus cieanea ana pressea,. out warr.iI1? and th, i0eomote, foi
$1.25. 'lowed by a score of freight cars.
Suits sponged and pressed, i rt o the bottom of tbe ravine.
e ; Cr'im, Grlssom and Metzger were in-.
stantly killed and Emroett died of
Overcoats cleaned and press- his injuries a few hours later.
1928 Fourth Avenue.
(Under new management).
; f ,atf iU.
' rheumatism of tho musc les. Quick
relief is afforded by applying Cham-
!i by ail
Old phone 1777-Y.
Indiana Bank Closed. I
Rochester. Ind., Nov. 4. After state i
ibank examiners had closed the Citi-1
! 7em' bank at Akron, led., and had an-;
j nounced a shortage of 135,000 in its
i f'jni3 to(Jay Howard Harter, the cash-
Are YTou Going to Heat Your House With
STEAM or HOT WATER?
!f you are thinking of doing so it will pay you to gtt
our estimate before letting your contract. We are mak
Special Low Prices
for the next 30 days that will save you money and at the
same time gives us an opportunity to do the work before
the fall rush is on.
We also repair and put in order all kinds of furnaces, steam and
hot water boi.'era and rigbt now is the proper time or jou to have
Allen, Mvers & Company
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.