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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1911.
11 f W.'..T. '- --
The Jones Dairy Farm Sau
sages are Just the product of
a simple, eld fashioned form
that has never met even half
way the shams and artifices cf
modern propres.s in food inan
ifacture. This applies m st
forcibly to all the Jones Dairy
Farm products. The .Toces
plan is very radically different
from ordinary methods and
its merit will appeal to your
We want you to try some
Jones bacon, it is lean and
hickory smoked, comes in
pieces of about four pounds.
We also hare it 6lired ready
Phone us your order early
In the morning.
II. R. BATTLES & CO.
Teas, Coffees, Groceries.
1806 SECOND AVENUE
LITTEN S ROBERTS
Peoples National Bank BIdg. p
PJione West V2'2
The Mary Lindsay-Oliver Wed
LLCILLE STEVENSON TEWKSEBY
Wednesday, November 15,
8:15 p. m.
First Congregational Church,
Course Tickets $2.50.
Golden State Limited
Wo Excess Fare
exclusively ior first cp.iss tr wel a waits each day to whirl
you away out cf the chill raw winds and rain into the cheery
summer asain. And the joy begins with the journey. The
.superb Pullmans are cosy, well lighted end perfectly ventilat
ed. There nr ft; tl s:ed t ert h s. roe tuy and white. A chef
who cau ce k, and a b-r'-er -t r.d v;tIt ready to serve you.
Each mile f the well kept I : d-;-'js w ith brilliant i ::i.cr
arnas. There is a librtrv tr ;pi.r ,.e the. r.inj, Vi'trola re
eitalts to er.tertiin nrd a special reus wire keeps you in
touch w'th events as yo;j ;ci 1 alcrg. I-es than three days
cf pleasure up. n a perf. -t !:. in.
via Rock island Lines
Daily to El Taso. L'-s Ansel's. Pasadena. Santa Barbara.
Del Mciit tk- ! ...t-, r ? ; arad:--- st.d rrr. Francisco via the
direct route cf tie ie v e-t : tud-s. Th CaUfornian" 3r.J
other fast traius evtry clay as well.
Write for Information n& 1 !! n nd ?:-v. interestinc becks which
you will be glad to ht - e. ('- .-rip' : e cf California.
Of The New 0. K. Electric
and Power Washers.
Blue Monday Is nnfcnown where
there is an O. K. Washer Installed
In the laundry. -They clean clothes
to perfection. Mr. T. J. Meyer an
expert from the Bramrner Manufac
turlng Co. will be on hand to dem
onstart and explain the advantage:
in using these most wondreful la
bor saving washers. Demonstra
tioa in the housefuroishing depart
meet second avenue store.
ROCK ISLAND. ILU
WILL TRY COCHRANE
AT NOVEMBER TERM
Alleged Mnrdered of Davenport I'ar
ler is First on Iocket at j
(Tint, n Coiut- I
The murder trial of Edward IV
Cochrane is the first on the docket
in Clinton ecunty for the November
term cf court. This wi'l commence
with the f election of a jury on Mf n
day. Nov. 2 0, which is a week after
the cpet;iug term.
County Attorney Vcllmer cf I)av
enport arid, the county attorney of
Clinton county will j ros'CUie the ',
ca&e. -Mr. Volltnr will be present
from the day that ti e geiwtiou of the
jury is begun until the case is iu the
hands of the jury.
Cwbrase's attorneys. Clicrles T.
Cooper and P.. T. O'Nei'., t'jcf'fd-'d
'Ti 'icvjr.a the ( a-. r-nsf"rr.'d from '
Daxenpirt to CliLton alter ":e;i, L. :-. -that
the defendent could not be triv
cn .t fair trial in Scott county. He
is charged wijh l r-t d-:rico murder
by the f-huotir r-f .lohn HassmaiJii
ti e West Se' ond ftrr t, I 'u ve:; po: , ,
Pay Car Arrives.
Today is pay Cr.y on the Rurlinston.
The pay ar arrived this morning 'vitu
its customary harbinnerF of joy.
A LIBERAL OFFER.
, We Ciua'ante to Kelieve Uj spepia.
i If We Fail the Medicine CVsts
I To unquestionably prove to the
people that indigestion end dyspep
sia can be permanently relieved ard
.that Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will
bring about this result. e will fur-
: nisli the medicine absolutely free if
lit faile to give satisfaoticn to any
one using it.
i The remarkable success cf Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets is di;e to the hh
degree of scientific skill used in de
vising their formula as well i.s to
the care exercised iu their manufar
ture, whereby the well-known prop
erties of bismuth-subritrate and
pepsin have been combined with cur
minatives and ether acents.
Bismmh-subnit-'-ate and pepsin
are constantly employed and recog
nized by the entire medical profes
sion as invaluable in the treatment
of indigestion and dyspepsia.
The pepsin us-d in Rexall Dys
pepsia Tablets is carefully prepar
ed eo as to develop its sratpfct ef
f.elency. I'e; siu supplies to the di
gestive apparatus one cf the mcst
imrortant elements f the diceyiive
Guid. Without it the digestion and
assimilation cf fcd are impossible.
The cartuins.tives j-ossess proper
ties which aid in releivinK the d.s
turbarces and pain caused by un
digested fcod. Th's combination of
there ingredients makes a reui"dy
ir?vali.at''g? for the eompbte relief of
in1!eesti!i anl dyrrisia.
V.'e are s- certain cf this that we
ursre you to try Rexal! Dvppesia
Table's rn our ewn personal gunr
nntee. Three size.-, 2 " cents, ."0
i(e!.ts and $1. Reverter you cm
obtnin 'cxt11 redies o"lv at eer
str rethe Pexil! stoif. Th Tbom-
as Drue company.
. F. 15. yd. I). v. Pa.. Ayri Bt. Davenport, Iowa. '
F. H. I';u.T::.;er. C. P. Agent. S.'o.nJ Ave..
TO START WORK
ON LOOP AT ONCE
Tri-City Railway Company Has,
Promised Mayor Schriver
No More Delay.
BANKS LOAN CITY MONEY
f23.000 is Borrowed in Order to
Meet Current Obligations: Hart
Makes a Report-
Just before the commission brought
to a close its regular monthly meeting
I vesterday afternoon. Mayor Harry M.
I Schriver announced that information
to the effect that the Lorg lew loop
would be started either today or to-
morrow, had been made known to j
him and that he looked for a force of
the workmen of the Tri-city Railway
company on the hil'y winding thor
BORROW MORE MOVEY.
The 6tatenifnt followed a brief ses
sion of the commission in whirh bills
were allowed and a few report? were
recei-.ed. A resolution presented oy ; Jcnasbea na an interesting paper on;
Commissioner M. T. Rudsrea ior thej"c"llia" by Mrs. McLean, a piano solo'
Lorrov.iLg of 525,000 from the five ; -r Mis3 Chera! Paulsen, and a vocal j
bankiLg institutions of Kock Isiaud ;
tor the maintenance furd and to bejBram. j
;.;aid back out of the tax levy of the j i
t ;rir.t of 1'j12. v-us adopted unaai-!
ir,o-!;iy. Ft cm ach cf the Rock Islani I MISS LVCY TREXAMAX AND :
.-atitr.al. Rock Inland Savings, Cen-1 Misa Bessie Churchill, who are both to
tral Trust & Savinus a'ld State bank be November brides, were guests of ,
$4,C"''0 is to be borrov.ed and from the ' honor at a dinner party at the New :
r-. or-'f 's National bank. S3,0"0 is to "oe j Harper Saturday evening when girls
"ocrro .ved. from the Root i- Vandervoort office i
imkt MtKES KtPOHT. j and the Moline Automo'Ll!e company
Commissioner Hart reported his vis- office entertained in their home.
i to Springfield in the interests of the ! Places for 20 were laid at the table
the weiahts and measure Ptaudards ! prettily dercraied iu yellow chrysan
: r:d sL-n.-eq ent visits to Moline to fur-; tbemums. Prides" slippers and wed-;
i her nis knowledee on the fu'.iject, biit di:1 rins were favors and place cards i
state,! ihat he would await a litt'e fur-; were pretiily hand painted and held
' r invc.-tliiatioa before subniiiD a : appropriate vt rSrs. The brides-to-be
fnai report arid an ordinance along , wort- -ieh presented with many hand- i
with it. He also read the report cf the sonic linen pieces. j
co- of feeding ciiv prisoner:. Peih. ;
reports have been covered fully here-1 FORWARD SOCIETY PLANS SALE. :
tofor iu The Argus. AT THK MEETINC, OF THE FOR-:
to kll oi.r hove. . 'ward society of Grace Lutheran !
ComreL-sioner Reynolds pave a re
port of the street, alley ai:d sever
work for the month p-'.st and ottered a
resolution provicins for the sale of
trveraj hundred feet of bo.?, worn
anil torn, tha' a only takiv.; up space
the city barn. A reolu'ion f--r him
to dispc.se of the materia! as junk was
f.'cmniissioner Hear ottered resriu
tions for the adoption of the bi l of P.
F. Trenkenschub for thf loving ' a
six-inch watermain on nighth street
between Fourth and Fifth avenues end
another to Reddig & Co., for the layin.u
cf a watermain of the -same s-ize on
Second ntreet south of Thirteenth
avenue. Rctli resojutiens carried i n:ut
iinously. HOM IS ACCEPTED
Leynolds reporte.l ou
City Attorney .1. I
:nd pre.-o.it! by -
his behalf end for
Y.'i'U'r that ti e b
T. Rudren for 0"') as citv clerk'
and collector b- aocelted. The mo- j
tiou carried. !
Complaints roro reeeived f . oir? i.
pie interested in the sewers O'.j Thirty. I
nist fctrwt and Ki.tb avenue and Tweu- j
ty-ffth stre-'t and Thirteenth aerri.ij
'o the afreet that the sewers sre vox i
deep enough. The matter will ,o jri.
a thanksgiving wedding.
ax ixtkkcTixc; a:;xo!"xck-
ment of the Thanksgiving i-cason
comes to many tri-city friends in the
:;iarrlie of Miss Pliilomeitt- Uarvy,
ciavghter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Garvy
of tcr Arlington place, Chicago, to Al
fred E. Walsh, ore of Davenport s
bankers. The ceremony will take
place at the Holy Xame cathedral,
Chicago. Thanksgiving oay, Nov. :i'.
et 10:t;n i . r.i., the ceremony to be
I erformed and the nuptial mass cele
brated by Rev. Joseph Garvy, S. J.,
brother of the brid". Miss Liliiau.
Gtrvy will atten 1 her sister as ma'd
cf honor, and J. W. Walsh, the brother
of the groom, will bo best man. The
wedding breakfast that wil; fcllotv the
ceremony will be served at the Elack
stcne, where, besides the members of
the bridal party, only the immediate
families and a very few intimate
friends will be entertained.
After an extended wedding trip. Mr.
Walsdi will bring bis bride to Daven
port, having recently lurchated the
i.and.-ome home of the late A. W.
ander Veer on Kirkwocd boulevard.
Mi-s Garvy is one of t'ae most pop
ular members of the north side set and
Lis been prominent both socially and
in charity, having, with ber sister,
1 e"n among the instigators of tha
benefit cf tlie Guardian Angle's mis
sion, which was aa event of lat
."Ir. Walsh is the vice president of
the Citizen's Trust and Savings bank
cf Davenport, is one of the promoter
cf the Reck Island Southern, and has
prominent business interests in the
TO MEET BRIDE.
MRS. GEORGE W. JOHNSON OF
Moline was hostess at a beautiful re
co;tion at her home Saturday after
i.con entertaining more than a hun
dred friends to meet her d.auKhter in
law. Mrs. Esley Johnson. Although
the storm spoiled the day without the
guests at the Johnson home were soon
oblivious of the diFaireeable weather
after they joined the cordial thron?
aid enjoyed a plea-ant afternoon.
Mrs. Johnson, the honored guest, and
Mrs. Mauritz Jchnson received the
guests. The home was beautifully
decorated in ri'tk v d x'-.'.io roeg and
carnations relieved with touches of
riilax. Miss Bessie Ramsey assisted '
during the afternoon, pouring coffee ,
in the dining room where a delicious j
collation was served.
Mrs. G. W. Johnson wore a gown j
of pearl gray satin adorned with pearl j
trimmings. Mrs. Esley Johnson wore i
her wedding gown of white crepe me-1
teor. over atin, trimmed with siikl
Mauritz Johnson wore a white wool j
gown prettily trimmed. i
There were a number of out of town j
Ernests rresent. nmcny thpm Mrs S i
jP. Johnson of Cambridge. Mrs. Lindert i
jonnscn ana aaugnter Marjorie or An-i
dover. Mra. Charles For6eU and Mrs. j
Gust L. Anderson of Orion and Mrs. '
J. A. Johnson and Mrs. Lawrence '
Johnson of Alexia, beside many from I
Rock Island. ,
DAUGHTERS OF COVENANT TEA. j
THE DAUGHTERS OF THE COVE- 1
nant of the First Methodist church
held their regular quarterly tea at the
home ofMrs. Henry Paulsen, 1201
Twelfth street, last evening. After a
delicious lunch at 6:33 the regular
business was taken up and the pro- j
gram followed. Miss Violet Downey !
gave a very interesting report on the j
2ith Des Moines branch meeting at
Davenport and Mrs. S. E. Mattison j
ga.ve a very useful and instructive re-!
port on the Rock Island district meet
ing. A vocal solo by Miss Bertha. '
eo.o o can i ayicr completed the pro-
PARTY FOR BRIDE-TO-BE.
church, held lu.-t e veuic st the home
fo J!iss Anra T.-iell, H)5 Eleventh
street, Moline p'ans were made for a
sale to be held at the church Dee. 8.
Members hav already made quite a
number of fancy articles and aprons :
suitable for Christmas gifts and these
will he placed on siie. Refreshments
v.il; alto be served at tb is time. The
business mei-tina was followed by a so
cial hour and reireslmeuts were serv
ed. T.'iSS 2ZDELER WITH SOUSA.
'''IX COUINO OK SOI'SA'S BAND
to the Furtis cp ia be iso, Davenport.;
Thtnday ever ins; will be of special:
interest bo.-aube c-l the fact that Mits
' ff T K 7 Ci
1 1 H & g -
11 -I V tiiiiMI u
.Vade Safe by Lydia C. Pinkham's
tl.roi'trh ti.e CI;
't. ' I V." ST ".G".rr.'J
p : ,' ) ,iifc:i:;'i:-iill'erO'l
"t r '..i ii'.-rvoi sii",' j
: -.nl oilier aui.oyii..?
Jiytpptoius, aud I
jolt p. trit'.y nay thu;
C.'etr ble (.'om
,..::, l lias prove. 1
; wo nil incur: tains cf
;-'.o:i t liK', as it
htr ton il my L alth
i fij'. ifth Sr.c ver fcrjr-t to toil
IfjiNlS'.L Uij'hv friends whM
A'ec'eta'jle Coinpotind Ji-ts doii; for ui3
durinp this trying period. Corr.pleto
restoration to "hrcil'.h nieTns so mucli
to me that for the sr ke of otlior uffer
i:g women I am wiilir.g to Eualie my
trouble public r-o you may publish
this b iter." Mr.i. Ctias. IJakclav,
IhF.U.. Granite vil'.", Vt.
Xo other rne!icir:" fcr woman's 1113
has received such wide-spread and un
qualified endorsement. 5'o oilier mecl
izine we kn''.r of lias ?uch a record
rf c-'its 33 hr.s Lyuia II. I'ikLain'a
Por vrnTP tir.n r.i yp".r5 it 1;T5 been
curiiipf wom-i i's i". suc ii as iriilamma
tion. uiccrr.tlon. fibroid tumors, irre
r.larities, p?riodic pair. and nervous
prostration, and it is ur.ecjualled for
carryin? women safely through the
period of chanrrts cf life.
Mrs. Plnkhnm, nt Jynn, 3IaM
Invites r.II sk-K umiif u to write
her for :l U c. He r r. iviceisirec,
and alvrr.yi lieliiiiL
Corsets Made to Order
Why wear ill-fitting corsets when
you can have one made and fitted
like a dress hefore finishing for the
eamo money Over 20 years' exper
ience. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call
and investigate our work. Mme.
Karr. 424 Nineteenth fctreet. Rock
Island. Phone West 1537.
You Can Save 3oih Time and Money
If You W.ll Come Duectly to
The "Bee Hive for Coats
Why epend your time shopping and looking where etochs are limited and assortments incomplete.
Here you can see more good coats for women, misses and chihiren than are shown at any other two
stores In the city and every express brings new ones to take the place of those that are sclj.
Newest Novelty and Reversible Coats
Hundreds of stunning new models in clever color combinations with !arg cellars and cuffs in the
new mid-season effects. An assortment so complete and varied that selection will be an easy matter at
almost any price. $g $H gg up tQ $2? rQ
The rush for these popular winter garments has commenced and we are amply
demands for them distinctly advance winter styles: many of them Just received
fore. Women's, ml6ses' and children's sizes from the extra large sizes down to
child two years old.
III -?tv V,-iJ'nwr:.
Nicoline Zedf.ler, tlie violini.-te uil; !
jjear c:i tue prograuj. M.tf.-; ii'-'. ; is
the giited da ugiiter of Yr.iW'. '. r
tor many years teacher of vjol'u :.t
Augt.stana eoilcee. and i-,l' brtd b-r
start as a soloist, while a .tud-uit here.
She later went abroad and spent yi ;u .
in study. Si;e iy touring thv country
this year with So.iktV band and !i.i-t
won just reccip;.ition.
MASONIC DANCING PARTY.
i THURSDAY EVENING OF THi
week takes place the first dancing
party, of a series arranged by the so-j
', c ial committee representing Trio lodge :
i Xo. i-7 and Rock island lodge No. Gj, ;
A. t 6: A. M. Every at-i
rangement lias been completed to;
;make the first of these parties a sue-1
icess. Many tri-city young people par
ticipate in these social functions which ;
ifact alone assure;, a mont succe.-stul
j teamen. The Criterion orchestra will,
j turnish the music. i
MRS. GARDNER HOSTESS.
iins. F. It. GARDNER OF MOLINE
enterialnei at cardi Saturday after
noon. Five hundred was played at
.-111'., kill.'.. . 11V .....M..w V. ,
were Mrs. N. W. Steinor of Rock Isl-1
and and Miss Fannie Freeberg. A
wry delightlul ofterncon was spent i
and dainty refreshments were errved. !
Chrysanthemums were used as decoru
DE LEON MOORE.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS IRENE
Moore, daughter of J. C. Moore, to D m
De Leon, both of Rock Island, took
place Saturday evening at 5 o'clock at
the parsonage of St. John s M. E. '
church, Davenport, Rev. Frank Cola j
officiating. The groom U a machinist'
and the couple will make their bom! j
in Rock Island until spring, when they .
expect to remove to Seattle, W ash. j
TRINITY GUILD SALE. j
THE ANNUAL SALE OF TRINITY i
guild wiil be held at the rectory, 115
j Sixth avenue tomorrow from 2:30 to
i 7 o'clock. For the benefit of tho3e j
who cannot come during the afternoon
the articles will be on talo daring the
BUSY BEE SOCIETY.
THE BUSY BEE SEWING SOCI
ety will meet at the heme of Mrs. Tho
mas E. McLean, 1411 Eleventh street
Thursday afternoon. The ladie-3 are
making aprons for the ladies at the
Odd Fellows home and the meeting
of Thursday will be for work.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Quickly
Morton L. Hi!l of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
rheumatirm in every muscle and Joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been in bed for sis
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried lir.
Delchon's Relief for Rheumatism. It
pave immediate relief and ahe was able
to walk in three days. I am sure it
saved her life." Sold by Otto Grorjan.
3501 Second avenue. Rock Island, ard
Gust. Schlegf-I ic Son, 22 Sec-ErJ
Plush and Velvet Coats
PLUSII COATS AT
Women's and Misses"
eizes in semi-ntted
long coats of fine
ouallty plush, with
ehawl collars a
special value you
won't find outside of
The Bee Hive
Peautiful effects in
Caracul Cloth and
Saltex Fur Cloth,
with square, pointed,
shawl collars, ccats
that are every inch
style and qual'ty end
S8.DS to S33
Long 'Black, Naby, Tan and Grey Coats
Fitted, semi-fitted and loose coats in the season's most popular stvles
and materials pann velvet and braid trimmed others strictly tail
ored ccats. Costs to please everr Individual taste at a great price
range SS.OS and up to 27.50
We are offering some exceptional bargains in many of our higher
priced ccats, such as white polo coats, swell broadcloth and satin
coats and exclusive styles aud novelty coats. To close out quiekl)
we have reduced prices 1-3 to '3.
ChVdren 's and Hisses Department
We feel sa?. in sayinsr that hardly a nped in Jnvenll coats can be
suggested that cannot be amply satisfied In this section. For every
age I'rcm 2 to 17 years we have provide.! full assortments from the
best makers of Juvenile ccats that we know of.
Flush ami Caracul Coats Mixtures, Kerseys, broadcloths, nnd nov
elty weaves in a variety too large to attempt description.
Our November Sale of Suits, Furs
and Millinery Continues
14 rice cfaA M o,
I Suits. I u
To Clcfe S?son Friday.
The s. amor Flack Il.i.vk of.tl.o
bite C'lla;- line "ill ur.il , it- bisl
ii Friday, and v- II then tie up for
o. winter in the harbor b 'low Diven-
port, r.rntriu- the stamnnat seasou
to a clove. The While Collar lino baa
IOV MW A Large
WihsM Cake 1
i b hfk. :rS fc?fAsSi
e Lathers t'reely b Ldrd or sort, hot
K excellent qualities produces by
other so?p Ciade v hich jo perfectly t dapts itsell tor toilet purposes
in all kinds cf v.sler. Jap Rcse is the one perfect bath soap.
REFUSE IMITATIONS. LOOK FCfl TiJE JAP CTRL ON EVERY PACKACE.
Sold by Dealers ffij?
Prof. 0. F. Slater
School at the Elks'
Dcr.cing school class
Term of 12 Inzsznz
prepared to meet all
and not shown he
ft little coat for a
Genuine Salts Seal
ette plush, in late
season models with
and heavily Inter
lined. Rich and
handsome and an
unusual value at
price of all
Cor. Second and "Brady
made big strides this summer In hot!
;th packet and passenger business, ex
! peripnetnu one of the most Kueoc-Shfu
fsi sons In Its history.
cr co'd water. This is hut one of its
years oi experimenting, mere i uu
conducts a Dancing
Hall every Friday
7:30 to 9
9 to 11:45
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