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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, SEPTE3FBER 20. 1012.
TURKISH-ITALIAN WAR OVER: NET RESULT: ITALY GETS BARREN
AFRICAN TERRITORY. BOTH COUNTRIES HAVE HUGE IV AR DEBTS
All Prices In Plain Figures
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Upper picture itiowi lomt of Italy's Ho:i,f-. Sept. 2ti. If any further ar-.iite-ful as an oulkt for Italy's crowd
nrw ubjfcts in Tripoli; map ihowt ;uiin-nt is needed to niak- out a rlcar fd poijulation. l'ew Itiiliaiis will care
relation of Tripoli to Italy; at extreme case luiuinn war. the outcome of tht;to live thfre.
left. Turkish mlrirer of war; at the preHeiit utiplcasu ltr's between Italy j These who are in a position to
right. King Victor Emanuel of Italy, 'and Turkey bhould convince Uio mobt know prr-dict that Tripoli will be a
.-. . - r . .. I fckeptical. Thousands ot lives have lysine proposition to Italy for ?en-
U"D uminp in nr 'n lost r:,i!,''OIls "f "hilars have . eraticcs. It caa never be very use
ntn MAIMUb AMU ARMS ben spent, hom. fiil-d with teura. ful to her.
MADE MARVELOUSLY !,axt,,i raised to the broking point. , In spite of these facts, Italy agrees
DCftllTICIIl mi 'A:l to w,iat "!' itc compensate Turkey for the loss of
utAUIIrUL IPJ A I Peace negotiations are in progress Tripoli by ceding to the Turks some
SINGLE NIGHT. &ci a lreat' PutiiuK an end to hos- portion or Italian territory in the
j tiliUes will goon be signed. both Red sea; and further by paying
FREE PRESCRIPTION DID IT. j countries are ir.uch worse off than, Turkey annualy a certain amount of
jthey were before tho first shot was ; 'be national debt. Turkey will re-
;ni .. u. ,,!.,. r, May. -Had anvon told ' f'rc-d. taiu a Mediterranean port, with a strip
Jwr.Ahrt i''i'1r'1''1 r's''''r ruu'1 be ' " ' Italy will get Tripoli, but the ac-; of territory allowing communication
nV.'r'V'av'- vl''n1 PMy '."rm' Vnd ouisition of this barren strip of north ; with the Arabs in the interior,
tun-in wir mv.r.ii with frfrkle; my ! Africa can hardlv be regarded as an' Both nations ar1? near bankniptev.
-r"i.,; ..onar'm'hindl'Vrrt '"'''i' wealth. Trip- As a result of the war Turkey will
t.nni-.i i, mi wi- kiMi kifa t- oil is ii.habited by a savage race bi forced to borrow at least $100,-
.m..'',1I .'!'! TiTi-'ii 'of'a". prpti.'.'ti' I"'ple who have no'hiag in ( i"0,uui. and n got!-'tior.8 are now be-wni.-ti
I am ,! a-il ! Kiv i.. anyon-! c-!ntiioii with their new rulers. ' iispr made for the loan. Italy has
t'.'uV'v' .tVV.V- i "nV'"m,tv" The Tripohtans will be bard to sub- 1 comuelled to borrow and to levy
. '-' . "" due n,.r iive 1 i i.e inKt m,,r . h'Jrdensome taxes that would not have
!' ii i i iii" l...t;i. ,,f Kulm Iu;o millions spen
I , " w t , ,'i in - It,,' r t, p I,J
,li.rt-r 1 will r rOpltUt:
before these people ''on levied had it not been for the
I, .12. I l,l, ,1 fill w.th wu-, . .. , TIlA Tti.'iun t..n'o tt-l.n first
pr. ntii..n m nur masiers. - - ;
i Knew y..u nr- n- A nr1 i,n.-- uiit..1,:.,-l ,f -h:.t ,wo u ill cianiorea ior war ar- now drumming
Tripoli be to Italy? Its lauds are at ,he hfav-v load ,llP' ,nust carr'-
jiney win not so anxious for an-
A i i I v niti'it mid murn-
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i mK.) ti. icin sort nn t.ra ut . ! DO(,r and uunroductive either of atri
rui. ii" ivmifr mow r,iijrh anil uiiirainlv . . . , , , ,. other war
r :. ! i.rd arm-, nr.-. w n ppil.-a - ' ,,u1' uraI rr niliieral wealth. hxcept , dr
.mi .fii-ii .... i iihv.- Kivrn , j,.r rt .,arrow s;np ;;lonn the coast
Ini. -, r-1 ; t ; . 1 1 'i. t r : 1 1 y :t nl rf w,,.
ii .!u,.- ,.n- i.-,t s niilrii.nir ! f "' AiedH. I ri-i,. an. Tri.iuli is a
I mm i i ; "n vnir i. -, V. anrt , d. sert.
m r aii'l 'u will ,e ukt. cat.l v i . . ,,,
" .er.uorj wm not oe j WasllinKtoa Sept. 2o.Tne commit-
MORGAN AND FERKINS ARE
CALLED AS WITNESSES
STOVES AND RANGES
This will make our fifth year for this great line of
Universal Heaters and Ranges and we are going
to stick to it five years more and then some, as we
are fully convinced it is the BEST ON EARTH.
Some dealers have a new line every year and each
year they tell you they have the best that's made.
Now how can you afford to take a chance with the
fellow that changes his line each year he doesn't
have time to find out whether the stoves he sold
a year ago are "Holding Out", whether they will
last the USER until he begins to advertise an
other NEW LINE which is BEST ON EARTH
and so on year after year.
Spencer's Started Five Years
Ago Talking Universals
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and we still talk them. We are convinced thsy are
Eest for the money; cost a little mere but are
worth it. Come in and see the line all styles and
prices irom $8o.OO
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This Roekor is just as Bi and Cnfortable ns it looks
and is a wonderful value at our price; worth double
what we ask hut we bought them of a furniture jobber
and took all he had left at a special price. Upholstered
in black moroccoline leather with full spring seat. The
Pillow Head l?est measures 1Sx27 inches, and is filled
with moss and felt. The seat is 10x21 in size which
makes it roomy and comfortable. The arms are ( inch
es wide. This will give you some idea of how massive
this Rocker is. Has large pocket in side of arm for
newspaper and magazines. AVe guarantee fl 1 A QC
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its quality and durability. Only
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Your New I all Suit Alvaits You at
THE ff HIVE
That this store is the leader in tailored suits has been
pretty generally acknowledged for many years. The su
periority of our suits at the moderate prices in which we
specialize, has helped mightily in the establishing and
maintenance of this leadership.
Style. Quality and Value
one equally as important as the other, are each pronounc
ed features of the immense showing now readv at this
Suits You Can't Equal
Anywhere at $9.93,
S12.C8. S14.9S, $19.98
At the popular priced we are
Fi'.owlpg a lino of suits that m ill de
light every woman who wants the
maxiirum of stole and quality for
Hs'idome models in Kerjteg. di
asoiiH'.s. wl'.ijcorils and mixtures
tn:-iy tailort'd and satin lined.
You'll see thein priced from $2
to ..' n ore in almost any other
e'orc. Wonderful values but jou
van get them here
V : THE 'B
Handsomest Suits in the
City at $22.50, $25,
Surely no woman could desire
rr.ore distinguished appearing suits
fian are offered here at these
prues. The fine fabrics, the ricj
ro'.ornfc-s and the dathicR styles
are sui b as you'd expect to pay a
treat deal more fjr.
See thm and compare them with
others you have teen and you'll ap
preciate the style and quality that
Is evident in every one.
has do;ible fire pots,
consequently the out
Ride drum never turns
red. A small size in
this style will heat
two and three rooms
nicely. Every stove
t ' i, t ...i.:,.!.
''f-f--iki Mil an asu OO.V WHICH
EMIWC fits on front of stove
irr-A i It" T-liril mil VjH11A' til a
Thev are air
dust from flying. Ex
clusive feature with
7 VA tight whiel
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in all styles are car
ried by us. Don't
think because if is a
rnivcrsa.l it is high
e can-v m:.:n Krv.'V1?
S1 V la I Y A
COLONIAL UNIVERSAL. W'i 5X ,
Full size, massive Bed finished in the very popular Ver
nis Martin or (Jold. Exactly like cut in every particu
lar the posts are heavy, being two inches in diameter
five fillers or rods between each post, close enough so
the pillows won't fall through. You have been paying
from $() to $0 for beds not half as heavy as this one. For
one week we will sell this magnificent bed GP QC!
at our wonderfully low price of only )UttJ
universals as low as
T)iiv vour Perfection Oil Heater now
thev take off the
one for ....
i i. U"jj r i i in (in i nw n
High enoiiirh to sit on at the
kitchen tabic or at the gas
stove. Strong but light.
Carry them with V fTA
two fingers. Price. 1 JU
for the home. You
wouldn't sell it if you
couldn't get another one.
Heats hunting the old
kitchen chair if you want
to reach the closet shelf
or reach the shade at the
top of the window. They
com'; in handy a dozen
times a da v.
Convenient Time Payments Arranged for Those Who Can't Pay Cash
HiUinerv That Is Sure to Please
Tbis millinery display of ours is altrarfin? onn-ual attention froia
(be women who are loot. i air for the Ut tallies
W ar specialists in moderate priced bats of oar own mate. We de.
tote especial attention to fcecnrinir model of the root pleasinz
Mle to sell from tiSA to $10.
Many of these are duplicate of i-ry expensive hats. All of them
speak volumes to the woman who. appreciate clever fcaodinork
and artistic coU.rinirs. The need of tbe school rirl and yoonser
misses have been provided for with abundant selections of charm.
7 T J crner 2nd ad Brady
-fi ' M.JLJL V JLj Davenport, Icxa
A Pleasure to Show Goods
I g,. ii i . i i " 11 ' w-rrr-r m I V
i 220-24 West Third Street
Hard to Ar.iwsr.
ri:n''ii-I Hiij.poe yoijr i;ttle otie
' ue ir.ves iise-tinff campaign coatribu-J Ak Pupils to Sign Pledge. .trnoKicg during the school term. Pro-1
tion tzs deterciintd to hear J. Pier-; LaPon. Ind., Sept. 2'. School fetgor L. t". .Ne.t of liU hmor.d. Idd., '
: .xi .or6 ji aaa ueorge . . rtrtms, Marcs mrcagaoui m'JwTia Bite iai;.i , s hir isifiK the blaii and xd cs it i!: vim m:ni' 1-nlrriKi.lnffn.K.ainn
.fej? &t Roosevelt, tLe first week up the movement to hi. e hih s bjo. to become general by ThauksgiviLB nul.!!i--Ye!: t!wy nr Jut llkv tteir
ii'i October. j pupils sign a pled to relraia frora vacatioa. 1 tioilier.lkbtou Trausrlp.