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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1912.
TO BE DEFECTIVE
Bigger, better, finer this sea
son than ever before posi
tively the greatest Steel -Range
value in all America
By special arrangement we
are permitted to offer this
magnificent Steel Eange on
these unusual easy terms.
Keffro Unable to Tell Difference
Between Revolver and
at the price we name.
WANTS CHARGES DROPPED
Lincoln Club Pianist Hit With Gun
Tells Court It Was a Tuxedo
l't!rJ( II .Hi I
Can you differentiate between a 32
callbre revolver and a can of Tuxedo
Did you pver have a deepeme char
acter poinra life-sized revolver at you,
then have him blng you over the head
with It, and two days later decide that
your eyesight was defective, and that
the murderous weapon was onlv a to
bacco box, and that your assailant was
a very dar friend? That Is what hap- ;
pned to William Wheat, the colored
piano player at the Uncoln club, and
that la the statement he made In po
lice rourt thia m.rninir xihrn hp an.
pr-ar-a against u.iver Termls, the col
ored gentleman from Omaha who fctart
ed a fracas in the Lincoln club Satur
WHAT A DIFFERENCE.
Yesterday morning Wheat swore out
a warrant against Termia, and therein,
stated that he (Wheat) had been hit
over the head with a revolver when he
refused to relinquish his position at
the piano stool. It is evident that the
prisoner and the complainant arrived
at an agreement in the interim, for
this morning they acted like two old
cronies who were breaking their necks !
to buy each other a drink.
"I now realize that Mistah Termls
was ahmed only with a tobacco box
and not a gat.- said Wheat. The case
was continued until tomorrow morn-1
in it permit or tne examination of
FOR NEW PAVING
Twentieth Street People Won
"der Where McCarthy Co.
Twentieth street property owners
find biiHinesti wn are beginning to j
wonder when the McCarthy company
v .11 have the street in shape for traffic
iii;aiii. For nearly two weeks a deep
iitcli has been lying open from Second
t" Fourth avenue with the heavy iron
pes fcr a new water main lying
ready for lowering into position. To
day bait a dozen men are at wor); on
the job. but ax usual it is proceeding
The delay, it is said, is caused by
the necessity f(,r tunneling under the
ear tracks at Second avenue to con
nect the new water main. Also a prob
1' m confronts the contractors regard
ing the passing of a sewer at Third
avenue. It was the intention at first
t' cut away enough of the sew.'r to
permit the water main to o through,
but protests have caused a change in
FROM 12 A. M. TO 12 P. M.
IS YOUR ROOF
You should find out before I
the cold weather comes. Don't
put it off any longer .
Let us give you our prices on
WE GAURAIMTEE ALL OUR
Call W. 2192.
Illinois Cornice &
Sheet Metal Works
NICK H ERR F. STRUCK !
2518 Fifth avenue. Rock Island.
1923 Second Avenue.
The little place that is
always neat and clean
and full of the better
class of restaurant patrons.
Every Housewife in Davenport
should make it a point to come and see this magni
ficent 6teel Range, which we offer this season at
only $29.75 It is our celebrated "Royal" the range
with a reputation the one that has stood the tt
of time and as fine in every detail as it Is possible
Look at This Picture
It shows this range exactly as it Is massive in de
sign built on broad, substantial tines and made to
give a life-time of service and satisfaction. The
castings, as you will notice, are plainer than before
making them easier to keep clean a feature that all
women will appreciate.
$1.00 a Week
Made and patent
ed by Art Stove
Co, of Detroit
the most wonder
ful real base
heater known to
science. Come and
see it if only to
look. Note the
two large 6 inch
which are so
placed that every
particle of cold
air which passes
from the floor
the base, thereby
causing a greater
radiation or heat.
iSote the opening
''''t! t the rear direct-
T- ? y over the hot
liir flues, allow
Open Wed. and Sat.
1 1 8 ft-'. ?,''!. E-a .Nr3fc'..T. ft JTSftii
Wfcj ifei-iV ' Patent with h
4P:tr found on the 20th
k0gSJI Century Bbse
XXf yfK Vf Burner. This
ill in y. stove wm pay ror
AJ " K itself in a few
i -w years in tne sav-
sing of coal.
' 19! M&.XJ.
I 'if n? $191
8: i 5 t urn
8 - ;- ! TjJ i I 1 M Ml Hill
r ii r Nii T'rki I i i k i i i i t e a i
ii c a 'r.m i s rini i 1 1 i i - - - -iz.
fi m h i , w-
III -Itti I I lJfta b'i:
IM these indlspenseble articles I ,H ffTW'i I Mti I Thrill
LI far the man of the house, one I S TSvV ' 1 If iT I KVLHSi
just like picture above, extra I J Ifl Ij l
well constructed, will hold 1 WJg&&3g&&
any man-, entire wardrobe. 1 fi
Ccme in oak and mahejany, I J" B 11 W , C M
;r,rc:rP7,S24.75 1 f
50c a Week I B 1 U
'fffjtf This range is built of polished blue steel throughout 'W
iij witc high warming closet, drop tea shelves, two towel Krl
JK;y rods, lai-ye oven, balanced oven doors and set up from jn!l
y t!io floor on sanitary base so you can sweep under It as HLr
easily as under a kitchen table.
The oven Is constructed on scientific principles, so
the oven heat Is always uniform assuring you un
usual success In all your cooking and baking. It Is
this one feature, more than any other, that has made
the "Royal" steel range so popular In Trl-Clty homes.
The Price $29.75
Is unauestlonably the lowest that has heretofore been
named for a high-class range of this sire and style
and assures you a substantial saving on your pur
chase. The terms of payment are also attractive
only $1.00 cash and 50c a week until the purchase
price is paid.
E171 our pretty Fur--
4 Rooms Complete Gfl QQ
$12 a Month ?it0
buys a 11-inch fire pot
steel jacket, nicely
nickle trimmed Oak
We show the largest
and most varied line of
Heaters In the Missis
sippi valley It's a sur
prising exhibit, ever
type of stove made and
all sold at very low
prices and on easy
terms of credit.
A large Cast
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund
ed. Every deal a square deal.
We pay the freight to
your station no mat
ter where you live.
Think of buying a sol!d oak
(no fake Imitation) all gen
uine quarter sawed dresser
base 45 Inches wide, heavy
plank top, rubbed and beau
tifully polished large roomy
easy running drawerq for this
very low price. We buy them
In solid carloads at the
lowest priceand taken with
our low expenss makes
values like this possible- Mir-
Jv&i rors come square, oblong or
fZt W?l oval. We save you money.
itffe'il-TSli Our erics on this beauty
i JWmrtJtMm Goods
Mmni . mm Sold
Ancther shipment of theae crackerjack
value Library Tables Just received. Oak or
mahogany finished recently advertised in
Davenport for $12.49. Summerfield's price
50c a Week
-A NEW ADDITION
We are enthusiastic over these buffets we are Just
receiving. Just think a beautiful colonial Quarter
Sawed Genuine Oak, large and roomy buffet, silver
ware drawer lined with best felt and a large French
beveled plate mirror. Plank f7JT
top for t;Ji.U.J U
We have sold hundreds of 4-Plece Library Sets during the past four years but this Is the best yet. Note particularly the library table see the maga
zine racks took at the rich carving ornamentation. We guarantee tins set to be the best value ever offered
In the three cities We control these patterns. No wht.-e el-e will ycu find them AH Solid Oak covered
In Royal Leather over steel springs A whole roomful of good furniture fcr only ,
50c a Week
BRUSSELS ROOM RUGS,
Special at $9.75
Think cf buying a handsome genuine Tapestry
Rrtiel Rua size 9x12 ft. for only 99.
that's what we offer you this week
lots of good patterns and colorings
and a wonderful value at
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WM rti - f 11 mtBgM& win & 1(
113-115 ElniSt. H &fF Rl gflPT IOWA,
VELVET ROOM RUG,
Special at $16.75
These are handsome Velvet Rugs size 9x12 ft.
(short) and come In a great variety of pleasing
patterns an actual ie.-vO tjf3
value which we offer ycj Vi M TT ri
thia week, only special UXVtS '
Th's solid oak bent glass ends Colon
ial china cabinet, four adjustable
shelves, a regular 125.00
value. Summerfield sella
50c a Week.
J,''"t li-nTrTJ'r"" l 1 11 ii 1 1 1 i r "i 1 n nr 11 m i i x j 11 y
60c a Week. AlA
plan aca the water main ill probably The TnCity Railway company has : pjj sjq jjgr pQp QfJ Jg j bnt which some one dug up yesterday j Every day he visited it to Bee that it
ie tent :n unatr tne sewer. , as jt made no move to replace the j j and took. SchuiU sold a faxm about! was all right. This morning abut 4
iDi-iaeniauj. me iiy snoa.a gei outy cia DriCK paving at tee -.niersectious j f-cna leamster Buries in His' three years ago for J2.000. 'o'clock he heard a noise in his barn
Earn and Some One Gets it.
Peoria, Oct. 22 Fraik Schuit,
Fifteen hundred dollars was in bills and investigated, I ut his cash was
Illinois Blacksmith a Suicide.
Lincoln, 111., O -.t. 23. Despondency
cuKf-d Frf;d Bfctzelbarger, a black
smith of Uiuden, to kill himself with
carbolic acid. His wife and tfcre
and have the McCarthy people fix up:ith wood block, although President!
...t u ........... .. , . ilrv. cil.c.j .tmc , . . - , ana jUK in gold. He placed it in a ! safe. At 7 o clock he again went. t children eixrvive him.
many ocpre.-sior.s. De:ore tne joa is seo teat me company caa no inteij-uoa , ,s u""1-" m.u Dunea-tae entire outflt in nis barn, the bam and the monty. jar and box
i . . . i
buried in tie barn toree yers aco. Luried euiire outfix ja bia horn. tu4 diaamieared. There Is no clue.
' of 2etUL the brick remain.
All the news all the time. The Argua.