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TfffE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS A-
TUESDAY. x6 .v-tiER ,14, 1911.
1L PEM WEEM
Right in the heart of cold weather yon find that yon need some article for the home,
a stove or range, some furniture or some wearing apparel, either a suit, overccal, a
dress, set of furs or something else that you find you cannot get along wlthaut. Your
neighbors have formed the habit of buying at Gately's and consequently they are never
troubled with the question of how to arrange for what they need. They simply come to
the store, select what they want, pay a small amount down and arrange to pay the bal
ance as they themselves get paid, whether by the v.ek or the month.
So 11 you have never bDught of Gately's before, do so now. You will find our stock
most complete in every respect, they are the nobbiest, the quality the best and the prices
the lowest. This statement is no exaggeration. Buying for the large number of stores
that Gately's operate enables us to buy the best at a very low price consequently we
are in a position to sell cheapzr than most stores sell for. Visit the store tomorrow and
satisfy yourself that our goods are the kind you want and that our prices are within
your reach while the terms of payment are sure to please you.
The first cold snr of the season showed
you how the old stove would heat. Was
the ho us 3 cold? Better arrange for a new
heater now, 11 the old one is not capable
of heating the house properly.
307309 20th St., Rock Island
Outdoor pleasures are over for the next
six months. Make the most of your home.
Invite your friends and spend pleasant
evenings with them. Better order a table,
chair, davenport, rocker, etc to properly
equip your home.
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HAS BIG MILEAGE
terurban lines covering 120 miles. I trian.r. He wilj sojourn on the Bruijer-
! Tbi Includes all the street car lines, ville rork pile lor -) days iu default h
; in Rock Island. Davenport and Mol-jthe fin".
line, the Watch Tower and Milan line.i Irrespon.-iblc for hi actions because
the Bettendorf line and the Water-; of too much fire water. Siesrford r isk-
When Lice to Muscatine
Completed the Total Will
Reach 120 Miles.
town and Muscatine interurbans-
'aa"n of Berlin. Joa, struck Jerry At-
Presldeut J. F. Porter states that , kins, the crippled keeper of tiiy peanut
rapid projrreas is being made on the; and popcorn M-and on Eij-'hieenth
Muscatine interurban line and that Mreft and Second avenue, and but for
It would be completed and cars run-, police interference, a few of the spec-
nlnK by May 1 of the coming year. tators who witnessed his assault would
rical recipes, by the new system, to
run every day for a period of two
months. The subject is. of cr-urs,
of the most practical Interest to ev
ery noisse-hold. Our women readers
can get, the Chicago Dally News at
all news etpnds.
I Ohio legislature, convicted of bribedy
and complicity, and frt-ntenceil to
;tlnvo years in thf penitentiary. was
! tooay granted leave to rile a bill of
; exceptions to a ruling of the circuit
i by the tupreme court. The Btipreme
f court will review all the evidence.
; room. Tney were to nv been mar
I ried today, and bells In the church
, wore ringing for th weddlnp at h
itimn the bodies wer discovered. Tht
police are investigating.
The grading has been completed ha ve dealt harshly with him. Thi
: except near the Davenport end. Thej morning he paid the cobts in his case
delay at this end Is due to a change;and was dismissed.
LITILo of route to make an overhead cross-i
ing instead of a grade crossing over
the C. R. I. &. P. track, six miles
- IntCTtn-ban Progressing Rapidly, wet of Davenport.
BRIDGK9 ARK READY.
I Tne etel bridges at Blue
d Will Be Readj- for Sr
Tlc In the Sprlrte.
When the Davenport-Muscattce in-;
temrbaa line la completed, the Trl-i
City Hallway company will have a
y3t iiyotem of street railway and in-!
Provisions for Bethany.
Below- 1 a list, of provisions needed
at Bethany home for the mouth of De- j
: cemher. Bids on the supplying of them j
, will be received by Mrs. J. W. Cran-j
dail. S:l.-, Twenty-tifth street up until'
i noon Nov. 17: OraimlaU-d sugar, lno '
libs.: Bell coffee, ! lbs.; Postum ce-i
are rady to be put in place as soon
as the rails are laid to Pine Creek.
The construction crew is now laying
rails west of Blue GrasB. A track
laying machine win racn tne scene; rai 5 j)t!.; tapioca. 15 lbs ; codn i
of operations thin week, after which j rraf.l;prs. i box; ginger snaps. 1 lox:j
the work will progress much more j (rfain of Wheat, is pkgs.: Calumet;
rapidly. ! baking powder. 2 ran: corn syrup.;:5
Six large passenger and one - a ,: jard. 25 lbs.: PHKsbury's Hour. 2
press cars udie oeen oraereu. nuu-ifa,.. RO,j dUSt, 6 pkgs.; ammonia.
Ject to delivery on March 1. They ,; bottles; Search Light matches, 1
are being made In Niles. Ohio, andjarpp iox; f;iosS starch, l'i ;.s. ; head
win oe very similar to tne cars now
in use on the I. & I.
j rice, K lbs.; Quaker oats, iv pkgs.
LAND HIM EN JAIL
Farmer Gets Soused.
Milt Channon. a farmhand
Get Your Present While the
I Christmas Stock Is Fresh.
William McPonaM Ciirset.
Who FaU to Ke.ponl to
from the lower end of the county, ac
quired too much Joy juice yesterday I
and his condition lauded bun in the i JLf X 11 V- VV
Those' bands of the police. But for their ac- ;
i t'nn in r, 9(inp him linrir arrefif
1 llS . , . , , ,,ff j f
exposure to the cold. He w as dismiss- J
cd and ordered out of town this morn-!
IN THE CHURCHES.
Broadway Presbyterian. Wednes
day at 3 p. m. the women's prayer
and study hour will be held.
At 7:3i"i p. m. the ladies will have
charge of the mid-week prayer service,
the men being invited to attend the
brotherhood services in the United
Choir rehearsal will be held Thurs
day at 7:30 p. m.
The November meeting of the Helen
Mills circle will be held Wednesday
at 3:30 p. m. with Miss Gertrude
The IadieB" Aid society will meet
with Mrs. Y. W. Bahnsen. 72?, Twen
tieth street. Friday at 2:3' p. m. Th
ladies are preparing for their annual
bazar and F.upper to be held in the Pun
day school room Nov. 23.
South Park Chapel. TTjo mid-wpeit
prayer service will be held Tuesday
evening at 7:30.
Found Dead on Wedding Morn.
Chicago. Nov.- 14. The bodies of
Lame back comes on suddenly and
in extremely painfnl. It Is caused by
rheumatism of the muscles. Quick
relief is afforded by applying Cham-
j Stf 11a ira and Frank Myocek were I berlaln's Liniment. Sold by all
; found this morning in a gas-filled ! druggists.
New Hearing for Diegte.
Columbus, O., Nov. 14. Rodney .T.
Diegle, former sergeant-at-arm-g of the
Sample Shoe Store
Will Open their New Store at
323 17th Street
About Nov. 18, 1911
They will carry a full line of ladies and
$2.50 Sample Shoes
Watch The Argus for exact date of opening (J
TO HOLD SALE.
Attempting to mooch from every
;nian. woman and child that he met or
! the streets yesuxday afternoon, and
! cursing them profusely when they re-j The Trinity guild will hold its
, fused to advance a nickel so that, he j annual sale of aprons and fancy
cot:ld satisfy his already much icdule-1 work, suitable for Christmas pres
i cd taste for liquor. William McDonald j nts. at the Trinity rectory, 15(1
i fell into the hands of one of the mem- Sixth avenue, Wednesdav, Nov. 15,
. bers of the police force and this morn-: from 2:30 to 6. For the benefit of
Muffs, remade, $2,
At Vogue Millinery.
j 1704 Second avenue,
i Buy a home of Retdy Bros,
j Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefz.
Roller t-katiiig tonight at Rock Is
, Let William Johnson do your tin and
! furnace work; 1316 Third avenue.
' Six per cent mortgages, fatten &
Roberts. Peoples National bank build-
; ing was fined $100 and cost3 for dUor- those who cannot come in the after-,"-
derly conduct, or for being drunk, beg-! roon tbre will he a sal during the1 Bonds and mortgages. H. E. Sud-
iring on the streets and abueing pedes-; noon hour.
S15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15
Wc merely call your attention to our
uiis and Overcoats Made to Order
From Any of Our Thousand
rT No Less
Our Customers Do Our Advertising. "ASK 'EM"
The Fifteen Dollar Tailors 1805 Second Ave. Rock Island
$15 $15 $15 $15 $15
I 1 KM
$15 S15 SIS I
low & Co.. investmej'. banker. Safety
i T. Kymel Stark, manager of the
i Rock Island Southern Guide company
(moved Into his new offices on Twen
j tieth street today.
; We are the exclusive agent for the
celebrated New Home sewing machine.
T. Richter & Sons, 213-221 West Sec
' ond street, Davenport, Iowa.
Mooniight dance at Industrial hall.
Rock Island, Wednesday evening, Nov.
lo. given by Ivory Ieaf social club.
Bleu r's orchestra. Everybody wel
; come. Gents CO cent!-, ladies free.
The latest d.scovery in domestic
: science ia the . remarkable new yt
1 tern of cooking brought out by M.
: Nicholas S.oyt-, chef f the eelcbrat
; ed Brooks' cltib of Icndon, England,
: known a "Cooking in Paper Bags."
i It is claims that the system la la
' bor-saving doing away with the
washing j pots and pans: that it
keeps tbefsmell of cookfrjg from per
vading (ie house: that it makes ev
ery di'a more savory and nutritious
than is possible with the pot-and-pao
system of cooking; that It Is eco
nomical, the food weighing prac
tically the same when drawn from,
Li when put in the oven; that it
makes possible hygienic cooking, no
germ-laden cooking utensils being
employed and that it means quicker
cooking, lower fuel bills as a con-
sequence and beraus? cf better cook-,
I Ing. better health. The Chicago!
'Daily News Is exploiting the system;
in great detail and atDonnces a ser
ies of degtriptive articles and prac-
That Number of Children in Schools
of TSfew York City Wear Glasses
The direct caase is jor nght at home where they do
their studying. Help everybody's eyes by brightening op
your home. It's easy to do without increasing your expenses
more than just a trifle merely the cost of a few Welsbach
mantles, inverted gas fixtures or a Tungstou lamp or so. They
actually cut down your light bills.
Come Get Our Prices
Peoples Power Co.