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TOTE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, DECE3D3ER 1, Mil;
TO MORE GRANTS
sons, Joseph and Albert of this city.
The property at 718 Nineteenth
Let This Jewelry Store
Suggest Your Gifts.
street is lert to the son, Albert, cer
tain real estate to Joseph and Mrs.
Hattle Ettinger and the household
goods, library and certain personal
property to Joseph and Albert. A
codicil, dated Aug. 27, 1910. leaves
certain real estate to Albert and Mrs.
Property Owners at Sixth Ave
nne and Eighth Street
Don't Want Saloon.
Hattle Ettinger. A second codicil,
dated March 28, 1911, ratifies the
original will with the exception of
the ninth, section, which divides the
property equally among the children
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4 f Greatest Gift Storej
Your holiday chopping will be doubly a pleasure If done now be
fore the crowds come. Our store Is full of beautiful gifts, ready
for your choice. Here you will find a varied and attractive as
sortment of diamonds. Jewelry, watches and silverware at moder
' ate prices.
Commencing Monday, Dec. 4 our store win be
open nights until Xmas.
NEITHER DO BREWERIES
and leaves the Barrymore theatre
property In Mollne to Albert to be
held In trust by Joseph and Mrs..
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Only the Latest
Liquor Interest Bellere That City
Has Enough Barrooms for All
Purposes at Present.
FRED BLEUER, Jeweler
1702 Second Ave.
plans you have
made for your Fall
Overcoat do not make your final
decision until you give yourself the
benefit of aa Inspection here. From
any angle, style, fit, quality, econ
omy, or variety, these Fall Models
we show now offer powerful In
ducements for your ratronsge.
The prices are from (12.50 to $Ci.
Simon & Landauer
'The Better Cl.th.. Store
This morning there was filed In the
office of City Clerk Martin T. Rudgren
a petition signed by 13 property own
ers residing near Eighth street and
Sixth avenue stating that the owners
of property there are against the es
tablishment of a saloon on that par
ticular corner and in that neighbor
hood. They say that the statement
that the people who sought the right
were within striking distance of the
goal is not exactly so, and that the
signers of the petition now In the
clerk's office will see to it that they
never got the required number of Big
EVERY OXE OPPOSED.
Not only are the people of Rock
Island up in arms against the estab
lishment of more saloons In Rock Isl
and, but the liquor interests aa well
have taken steps to prevent such a
state of affairs. Recently In a confer
ence with city officials, Important
brewery officials stated that they were
against licensing of more saloons and
said that if the petitions are success
ful they themselves will legislate to
have the number of saloons in Rock
Island regulated by the population.
They freely admit that more saloons
would not only be a detriment to the
public in general but a menace to the
saloon traffic as well.
There are now nearly 100 saloons
in Rock Island and the brewery in
terests aB well as the Rock Island
Retail Liquor Dealers' association is
satisfied that that number Is sufficient
to meet the demands of the traffic.
Muffs, remade, $2,
At Vogue Millinery,
1704 Second avenue.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Trtdty Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefs.
Roller skating tonight at Rock Is
Home made lard 10 cents per pound
at Schroeder Bros.'
Don't forget the great meat sale la
still going on at Schroeder Bros.'
Let William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work; 1316 Third avenue.
Plenty of fresh dressed poultry, tur
keys, ducks and chickens, at Schroe
Six per cent farm mortgages. Lit-
ten & Roberts, Peoples National
Blakslee makes the kind of photos
you like. Get some for Christmas.
Make appointments now.
Now possiMe for small Investor to
secure the advantage of a bond Invest
ment Ask for descriptive circular,
IL E. Sudlow & Co., investment bank
ers. Safety building.
Another Snap Tomorrow.
Coin Bros. & Kerr, the confection
ers at 329 Twentieth street, will
have a big special sale tomorrow on
vanilla, strawberry, molasses, home
mad taffies, the regular 20 cents a
pound at per pound 10 cents. To
Accused of Insanity.
A petition for a hearing as to the
sanity of Melanle Verhoestrate was
filed in the county court this after
noon by Henry Bulius.
The members of Rock Island com
mandery. No. 18, Knights Templar, are
requested to meet at the asylum at 1
p. m. Saturday, Dec. 2, for the purpose
of attending the funeral of Sir Knight
Carl Hell pen etell. By order of,
R. J. FULLERTON. E. C.
Attest: J. W. HOUDER. Recorder.
Six Children Are Named as Benefic
iaries in Document Contains
The will of the late Mayer Rosen
field, dated Jan. 29, 1910, was ad
mitted to probate today. The ben
eficiaries named are the four daugh
ters, Mrs. Stella R. Sax of Ottumwa,
Iowa; Mrs. Clara R. Silberman r
Chicago; Mrs. Hattie Ettinger of
South Bend, Ind., and Mrs. Fannie
R. Keller of Rock Island, and two
MAKES DENIAL OF
Mrs. W. C. Bennett, president of
the board of directors of Bethany
home, made emphatic denial today of
the rumor circulated to the effect
that the Moline . members of the
board intend to withdraw from the
organization and lay the foundation
for a similar institution in Moline.
She stated that the rumor was
groundless and that the railway
compsny has made no advances to
wards buying the present property.
Moreover, she says, as far as she is
concerned, the Mcline members will
not withdraw for they are too deep
ly interested in the institution which
they have built up jointly with the
Rork Island ladies to give it up. Mrs.
Bennett is preparing an official state
ment to put a quietus on the story.
ine opeciauy rricea items at Ife'ginii
Will Create Sufficient Interest rf
So That "Every Woman Should Provide Her Needs
SA TUK DA Y
We offer you the choice of any suit in our In this lot of 75 Coats are mixtures, polo
store, values up to $25; blues and blacks and reversible materials, all good styles,
excepted. They are all thia 0C fH These coats sold up to 127.00. (14 J fn
seasons suits, well made and ..Hit Your choice of any one of MZ Hri
satin lined, at yiU.WW th Saturday at VllsUU
A lot of cleverly made Waists.
Maasaline and Chiffon, values
up to $4.00.
Saturday at ...
These Sweaters are all wool
and warm; colors are oxford.
white and red.
Saturday at ...
Your choice of 50 mixture and
black Panama Skirts, values
to $10.00. Choice
Exceptionally fine French Coney Sets, black In this lot a: e both Serge and Silk Dress-
anrt brown. These sets are good size and es cleverly made. Not a one sold for less
satin lined. Special r in nn than $27.50. Special (IQ -TC
Saturday at ilV.UU Saturday at ilO.f D
ti 50 Mpssallne Petticoats, all colors, fringe trimmed, ) nr
Special Saturday Ji.jD
$1.50 guaranteed Heatherbloom Petticoats. ft av
Special Saturday )l.Uv
$1.50 Feathersilk Petticoats, taffeta flounce, all colors. 7r
Special Saturday jQ
$3.95 Petticoats, jersey silk top. messallne flounce, all colors, f a
Special Saturday 4L,l J
Have yon -visited this great Christmas store since the holiday shopping
began? Do yon realize what a treasure place it is for gift seekers? Have yon
seen the hundreds of busy shoppers on all five floors admiring here, inspect
ing there, choosing everywhere from vast assortments of givable things? If
yon have seen shoppers beam with that pleased I-am-gettmg-on-nicely expres
sion, yon will know why we are the greatest gift store and truly one of Christ
Shopping is quickly and comfortably accomplished here. Stocks-are sys
tematically arranged; helpful, thoughtful salespeople serve yon and, best of
all, an assemblage of gift merchandise affording unlimited suggestions awaits
you. Shop tomorrow, quickly, comfortably, well in the Tri-Cities greatest gift
Buy your Christmas
presents early -early in
the day and early in the
holiday season. That
will be your biggest gift
of the holidays to the
workers behind the
counters and on the de
livery wagons. Shop
It Is Already
to BtK& Christmas gifts to tho
PhUrpsftnea. Bsenoa Arras, Aus
tralia, China or Japu. the last
day for sending qrreeents to for
eign countries being as follows:
The Stora of Christmas Cheer.
Rio Janiero Deo. 4 boo. S6
Hawaii Deo. Dm. IS
Panama Deo. U Deo. 11
Pari and the
Continent Deo. M Dee. So
Barbados Islands Dm 14 Deo. U
Qrea Britain Deo. 14 Deo. 13
Porto Rice Deo. 14 Deo. II
Cuba Deo. IS Dee. JI
Bermuda Dea.1- Deo. M
TO REMODEL DAIRY LUNCH
Change Mad: in Accordance With De
sire cf Patrons.
Owing to tre fact that a larce num
ber of our patrons have expressed a
desire for table service, also that we
are about to or en a dairy lunch room
at 1923 Secor.j avenue, we have de
cided to remi'iel the dairy lunch at
1C14 Second & venue, and oppn the
same as a 1r.-t class restaurant, run
ning two regular meaU daily at 25
cents, merchants luncheon from 11 a.
m. to 1:30 p. ic. at 15 cents, with lunch
counter and short order service in connection.
Customers v. ho prefer the dairy
lunch system will find all that U to
be desired at tne new place, 1923 Sec
ond avenue. A complete line of dairy
lunch dishes 'il! be ready to serve at
A complete bill of fare as well as
all kinds of short orders will be found
at the new restaurant when open.
The manageuii-ut will see that service
and quality it second to none In the
tri-cities. Patrons will find in the new
place a clean, well regulated restau
rant, where prompt, courteous atten
tion, quick sc.' vice may be had at a
popular. price without the necessity of
tipping. Watth for the opening an
nouncement. J. E. JANES.
1910 the case was dismissed for want
of equity to warrant a divorce bill.
Two Sue for Divorce.
Through her attorney, James W,
Maucker, Mrs. Tillle Valcourt today
filed suit for divorce against her hus
band, Valmere Valcourt, In the circuit
clerk's office, the alleged cause being
desertion. The couple were married
Oct. 13, 1901, and lived together until
March 18, 1909. Mrs. Valcourt asks
to be permitted to resume her maiden
name, Tillie Robbins.
Mrs. Lillian B. Lee, thi afternoon,
through her attorney, G. A. Shallberg,
filed suit for divorce against her hu
band, William L. Lee, the alleged
grounds being desertion. The couple
were married July 28. 1907, and lived
together until Aug. 6, 1909. In the
January term of the circuit court in
Here is a millinery opportunity of the season.
Your choice of anv Trimmed Hat in our store-
Saturday at one-half its original price.
207-209 W. 2nd
ENVY HER LOVELY HAIR?
When you see a woman who uses
this dry shampoo to dress her hair
instead of aoap, water, soda and the
like you are almost certain to wit
ness the looks of admiration and
envy which other women and girls
cast at ber.
The following home made dry
shampoo certainly works wonders In
a short time on a frowsy, stringy
oily, dirty head of hair, be it man
Just mix two ounces of antiseptic
vilane powder with six ounces of
powdered orris root. Apply a table
spoonful and distribute through the
hair with the fingers. Permit to re
main several hours or over night and
the brush and comb out all traces of
it. The hair becomes beautifully
lustrous, fluffy and clean looking, of
ten assuming a slight wave hitherto
Come to Toyland Tomorrow Fourth Floor
The biggest, best, happiest Toyland ever. Come, little people and see what the
greatest Christmas toy shop holds for you. Come and play' and romp and look
through this happyland that Santa Claus has built for you.
Come, Big People
and let Toyland make your shopping easier and cheaper. Come and see the
thousands of toys, games and dolls at remarkably small prices. Come to Toy
land on the fourth floor.
CO OPERATIVE STORE CO.
WE WE Yt)U MOTiCY
BOOZE BRINGS JOY
AND ALSO A FIGHT
August Devlomin! Arrested Last
Xiglit and With Another Is
Fined This Morning.
"I was awfully happy," said
August Devlomlng this morning in
police court when asked to account
for his actions of last night when
he created a disturbance on Twenty-
third street and Third avenue and
for which he was arrested by Cap
tain Reynolds and Officer Kinney.
August had been drlnelng and had
been in a fight, too, a not unusual
circumstance for a man who drinks
Leon Leppius and another fellow
had tapped him on the face with
their fists and possibly the oblivion
into which he was reduced by the
blows was the cause of his exuber
ance of feeling.
He pointed out two men to the
officers last night as his assailants
and they were arrested. This morn
ing August identified Leppius as one
of the men who had hit him and
the other was released. Devloming
and Leppius were each fined $3 and
costs for disorderly conduct.
ferred against them. James Wilson
was trying the doors of several houses
in the residence district, and the offi
cer caught him redhanded in the act.
The other Wilson attempted to do a
I will not be responsible for any
bills contracted by my wife, Mrs. S.
Roth, after this date. (Signed)
j - F. ROTH.
Balked at Cold 8teel.
"I wouldn't let a doctor cut my
foot off." said H. D. Ely, Bantam,
Ohio, "although a horrible ulcer had
been the plagus of my life for four
years. Instead I used Bucklen'a Ar
nica Salve and my foot was soon
completely cured." Heals burns,
bolls, sores, bruises, eczema, pimples,
corns, surest pile cure, 26 cents at
AH the news all the time The Atwqs.
DUSKY DAMSEL HAS
'GEM MEN FREN' FINED
Latter Hatf Imbibed Too Freely and
It Put Him in a Mood for
Too much drink was the cause for
the assault of Annie Whalen, a ne
gress, by Sanford Dalley, colored,
who had bargained to take the wo
man of his heart to a dusky dance
last evening. Contrary to usual cus
tom, the woman called for the man
at the Blue Goose and when they
were on their way to the dance, Dai
ley, without provocation, hit his
friend In the Jaw. She bad him ar
rested and this morning he paid a
fine of $50 and costs in police court.
He did that rather than go to Jail
for ten days to serve out the amount.
Too Much Wilson.
Detective Herman Sehnert arrested
James and George Wilson yesterday
afternoon and today each was given
20 days in the county bastlle, charges
of disorderly conduct having been pre-
Are You Going to Heat Your House With
STEAM or HOT WATER?
If you are thinking of doing: bo it will pay you to get
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.
Ws also repair and put In order all kinds of furnaces, steam and
hot water boilers and right now is the proper time for you to have
Alien . Mvers & Company
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE.
Just the thing for a Christmas .
present. Something the good
housewife will appreciate the
year around. Two kinds, $ 4
We have just received a shipment of full nickeled irons
in special Xmas gift boxes.
Electric Construction V MacKicr Cc
1622 Second Avenue.