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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912.
MAY BE DROPPED
to the front this wwk on savings for ; (
the. week, leading Longfellow school ' i
second highest by nearly $5. The
following sums were deposited today
to the credit of the children in the
Audubon S 4 91
Eugene Field 18.24
At- Grant li 01
: Hawthorne 19 07
' Horace Mann 16 24
A. . Tinder Denies Any
tempt to Defraud Part
ner in Exchange Deal.
' Irving 21.79
i Kemble 13 21
! Lincoln 33 f9
CITY longfellow 2S79
HAS NOT LEFT THE
n 1 1 free a no I Direct Road to Economy for Home Outfitters yZSJlv l We pnck and ) fi
i'l 2jgl09-lll EAST SECOND ST. DAVENPORT, IA.g3p q
Appear Before Justice C. J. Schroeder
Thu Morning Warrant for
TO FORM TONIGHT
The democratic eampaien club will
! be formed at 8 o-clock tonight at a
That no storv Is compile unless mtin(! of dPmocra's at the Rnrv Is
bo'b sides are heard from as proven jand house. The club will be devoted
this morning when A. F. Tinder of to the Interests of the national, state,
the Trl-Olty Business Exchange with coiigrossioral and county tickets, and
offices in the llent bullfiir.g appeared ' hoped will enVist the activities of
to answer charts brought against every democrat In Rock Isiand.
Mm by David Jon s. w ho alleged that
S yikii1 I I he
h had bought a haif iiiterest in the
concern from Tinder for Jones
further allognd thai Tiniir disap
peared and that short!:, nfter all of
the office furniture b-gan to disap
pear, having been boucht on the in
stallment plan, reclaimed for faiiure
to pay installments.
Tinder this morning appeared and
denied that be received more than $25 j A Draw
from Jones and also explained that he j T . . n , ,K1J
. . . ., , , . rotina 50 cents this morning, con-
had fully explained to Jones the con-j ngj ji,mj
Ultlon of affairs before the partnership ..Found ,hne half dollar:" cried
was rormea. I inner f minis mat ne
Bids Will Bs Received
at the mayor's office in the city of :
Rock Island until 9 a. m., Sept. 27.
1912, for alum to be used at the city
reservoir for the period of one year ,
from date. Bids are required by the j
barrel, by the bag, and in bulk. i
Signed. 11. M. SCHRIVER. 1
bss been at the oIVicp ciaily and at-
tempting to explain to Jones the dlffl-j
culty which had arisen, the answers
falling on deaf ears. Furthermore, I
rr-1 l a 1 .... t V I . I
temptlng to secure an unfair advan
tage over him and practically has been
trying to rout him from the concern.
Mr. Tinder further stated that he
has not been out f the city as al
lured and flint be hns to intention of
leaving T!i warrant fr his aTest
sworn out yesterday befr.re Justice f.
J Schroeder. has not been served and
in view of his appearance before the
Justice this morning It 1s doubtful if
It ever will. A settlement of the dif
ferences between the partners Is ex
pected and the withdrawing of the
charge U1 probably follow.
his mother, "rirtw fine: What did yon
do with It V
"I'ete Jones was along, so I pave him
"Dear, generous boy; Did yon do
! that of your own accord?"
"Tessuin well, we decided that
i -would be rigbt."
"Jimmy! Ho didn't whip you and
aiake you give up half?"
"No, mamma. If he'd licked me he'd
. 'a' had It all. The scrap was a draw."
i Cleveland Plain Dealer.
An excellent homemade cleaning
fluid useful generally for many emer
gencies Is made by dissolvlug four
ounces of white castlle soap In a quart
of boiling rainwater. When cool add
two ounces each of alcohol, ether and
glycerin, four ounces of ammonia and
finally one gallon of rainwater and
LINCOLN SCHOOL BEST
SAVER DURING THE WEEK' tnpn Thl" wl" remove grease
The pupils of Lincoln school jumped "l9 lrora coining ana spots irom ia
I bie coers. carpets and rugs.
The Peop'e's Fund for Wilson and Marshall
The Argus will be glad to receive, acknowledge and forward contribu
tions to the people's campaign fund for the eltction of Wilson and Mar
shall, and to tills end the follow ing blank form id printed, which may be
filed out and mailed to The Argus offl'-e.
To the Kd:tor of The Argus: As a believer In the progressive
ideals of go eminent rfpreei,ted lri the candidacy of Woodrow Wilson
for president of the t'nited Stales, and to the end that he may take
the ofhVe freehanded, untratnmeled and obligated to none but the peo
ple of the country, I wish to contribute through you, to be forwarded to
Covcrnor Wilson, the sum of $ toward the expenses
of his ump.i ti.
All funds recoiled by The Argus will lie promptly forwarded to the Wil
son and Murshull liemlci'iiir'ers. together with a list of the contributors,
ho ulll receive direct fioiu the head 'darters certificates of acknowledgement.
for the Man with the
The lamp that
gives the most
light and burns
the least gas.
Price $2.25 In three
monthly payments on your
gas bills. This includes a
three months' guarantee
against breakage of man
tels and globes. Or we will H
sell the lamp without the
guarantee for $2.00 to be
paid in one payment with jjj
your first gas bill.
Whole Thing In A Nut-Shell
Compare Prices in this adTertisement with those of all the rest in our line. LOOK AROUND, COMPARE
THE GOODS, COMPARE THE PRICES. You don't have to pay long installment prices. If a doubt still
remains come here and see for yourself what our offerings in home outfittings brings you in money saving
opportunities over prices asked elsewhere. Compare the goods, compare the prices. See if you can duplicate
them. We don't fear the result; we welcome it. The reason why knowing we can save you from 25 to 50 per
cent on installment prices asked elsewhere. Your dollars will buy more and go farther, last longer, than ever.
UC VALUES GALORE
Just Received, five bnire4 new de
signs Wilton Velvets, .Bed Brussels
and Axmlnster Kujs.
EXTRA HEAVY BRUSSELS RUG A very popular and serviceable rup, pretty
and desirable floral, Oriental and medallion patterns for your selection this is an
ideal bed room or dininp; room rug at a price that no other concern in C I A Q A
VELVET RUGS Our famous seamless, velvet rugs, size 9 by 12. These are seam
less, closely woven rugs, perfect in every way; rich, soft pile; handsome desists in
Oriental, Medallion and t loral patterns, having no seams to wear out; T 1 7
AXMDNSTER RUGS High grade Axminster Rugs. Who wouldn't be in
terested in a handsome Axminster Rug, 9x12 size, rich in colors, and at the
price and quality we are offering 1 In all over
floral and medallion patterns, for room size, 9x12, only.
All the news all the time Th
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FOR MEN AND "WOMEN.
The Prettiest and
Smartest Models in
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Dresses and Coats
FOR LADIES AND KISSES
and Suits and Top Coats for Men and Tonng
ilen are now offered here.
The tj-le are beautiful. The fit and workmanship perfect,
Convenient Credit Terms
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0$v -. THE PEOPLE'S STORt
THE HOME OF STTLE, QUALITY AND CREDIT.
319-321 Twentieth Street
Not. It we will present two of our customer with their
choice of a ladles' sui' or coat or a gentleman's suit or
overcoat, valued at $2S. absolutely without coet to them.
For particulars call at
You'll Find RemarKable Values
Our Stove Department
NOTE SPECIAL VALUES QUOTED
One laree l'enlnular C omllnatloB
and t obI lUnice. ().)() TUlae
Two No. Leader Steel Fames, IS
Inch OTens, hlijh warming closets,
tS.kiH) alne fur only
One No. S20 l eader Steel Ranare with
reertoir; a tlO.UO lalue for
One No. SI l eader Steel
I tii nire, plain, for
One No. 49 Hot Blast Florence Hent
r. r. thine t eual this for ialue.
One Art Panan:.i Hard Toal Heater,
larce sire, handsomely trimmed la
nickel, $4o.l)0 value for
POI'iTERS FOX SIOVE BUYERS
Fipht No. .". Kork Island RWertide
Hard Coal liuae Burners; ii value
Two No. MO R. L RWerslde Em
erald Steel Raneeo; reservoir; hlich
warming clonet, 20 In. oven $!." value. .
Six No. N20 Kock Island Rlierslde
Fmerald Steel Ranees without res
ervoir; $3.' value for
The Perfect Cook Steve. No. S, a bljf
value at regular price $1H; goes
Two No. SSI Early Breakfast Ranges
with reservoir; high grade range;
$10 value, for only
One No. 180 Acorn Gas Burner, best
heatlsK stove for soft coal burning;
caa use cheapest fuel; $35 value for.
Colonial Dining Table
A strictly hlch grade Dining Table,
solid ak, hizhly polished, noa-dlTid-ne
pedestiil. six feet extension. Where
can joii c'junl it (?Q Qn
at the price 3(Ol
S5.8'5-EuysSanitcry Courii-$5.85 Handsome Solid Oak Met
Complfte with bfst detachable pad, cov
ered in best grade of green denim. This
couch makes a full sized bed at night,
size 4x6, folds up in the day;
complete with pad, like cut. .
Similar to l ot tt,
French bevel nlafe mirror, shaped
top, solid pauel front, tno smnll and
one largp linen drawers, 5 1 7
hiahly polished, for only
Sale Special Extra heavy, full box
seat, made of solid oak, highly polished
shapely leg, with colonial foot, broad
top rail and center panel, large seat
upholstered in best genuine (TO 1 Q
leather, for only 1 tJ
SPECIAL VAI.IE IN HIGH i. HA Lit
ELASTIC FELT MATTKESSLS
This Is a value that will surprise you
Fill weik-ht, in good tick, better than
many sold elsewhere at CH)
l.00, for only 20.01 )
Full, swell front, double thick glass,
bent glass ends, solid oak. highly pol
ished, golden hmsh with ad
justable shelves for only
A close out sale right at the time of year you need stoves. We find an accumulation, one two and three of a
kind. We must close out to make room in this department for this season's line. They are all high grade de
pendable makes in stoves and ranges, unmatchable values at prices quoted.
HARVESTER EMPLOYES TO
BE CALLED TO TESTIFYjuon.
Chicago. Sept. Z). Subpoenas were
issued to-ia.y for several employes
I rt lie IiiteraUo&ai Harvester com-
who axe to testify in the gov-
suit h-4.'.Lbi, tha: corpora-
Taft Elector Quits.
St. Jttph. Mo, Sej.t. 20.-
j Albus of St. Joseph today withdrew '
from the republican ticket as a Taft j
j elector and announced iuiB-lf for j
I the entire piogresnive tickt-t.
-John i All the new s all the time Tho At gut.
Your coicpWicn as w-n as your
temper Is rendered iriiiirable by u
disagdered liver. By taklug Chamber
lain's Stoniach and Uvor TaMeta you
can inn. rove to to. Sold by all druggist.