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THE ROCK ISIAXD ARGUS. FRIDAY, XOVE3IBER 15, 1912.
MRS. G. A. PRICE
this morning, but failed to put in an
There were no other arrests made
last night and as a result not a single
case was heard In police court this
End Comes at Her Home in
Davenport Today After an
Elness of a Year.
i It you have once found the conven-1
iknce of using canned vegetables you ;
fclll never be without a supply on ;
cur pantry shelf. We carry a f ull :
ine of asparagus, peas, lima beans, ,
orn, etc., and everything new fresh ;
912 pack. We give you one can free.
you buy a dozen cans of vegetables ;
f our kind or assorted. Be sure that
ou are never without several varl- j
fttes for the emerufnoy. Our goods
and our prices are the kind that suit
particular and careful women. For In
stance: ugar, fine cane granulated,
18 pounds $1.00
1'aibins, fresh, newly seeded,
Surge package 10c
Currants, absolutely clean,
"Corn Flakes, Quaker brand,
10c package 7c 1
jOysUTs, direct from the
Cfast, pint 20c
Chocolate, "Walter Baker's"
2ic cake at 15c!
jfweet cider, better than ever, abso
.tely p'tre, sweet apple cider, j
(gallon only 35c i
y. nlnuts, new, soft shell and sweet, I
!ppTs. Baldwin, a good cooking and
ating apple, bound and large,
V" 40c j
A fret-h fhipnient of Jones' Pairy j
arni Sausage w ill arrive Saturday j
Biormng. l. i us Bcnii you some.
" 515 17th St.
: PHONES 12 AND 59.
GOOD GOODS AND GOOD SERVICE
Mrs. George A. Price, after a year's
illness, died this afternoon at 3 o'clock
8 1 her home, 14 Oak Lane, Davenport, j
w niie mends knew Mrs. price bad
been in poor health for some time,
none realized that she was in a crit
ical state, and the news ofher pass
ing will be a shock to her acquaint
ances in Rock Island.
Mrs. Price was a daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dart, and was '
born In this city Sept. 16, 1874. Her
marriage with Mr. Price took place five
years ago. They have one child, Sal
ly, aped 2i years. Mrs Price is also
survived by her two brothers, William
11. and Albert C. Dart of Rock Island,
and two sisters, Mrs. Archie Steven
son of Philadelphia and Mrs, H. E.
Curtis of Rock Island.
The funeral of Hazel, the 5-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- W. M.
Hedges, was held this morning at 9
o'clock from the home, 1119 Sixth ave
nue, with private services at the grave
in Calvary cemetery, which were con
ducted by Father W. J. Cleary of St.
Eugene lister, G-weeks-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lawson, Twelfth
and Brashar streets. South Rock Is
land, died this morning at 3:15 follow
ing a brief illness. Funeral services
will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon from the home. Rev. F. J.
Rolf officiating. Burial will take place
at Chipplannock cemetery.
J. T. Stafford went to Chicago last
night on business.
Miss Bertie Romaln, well known in
vaudeville circles, is spending several
days In the city with friends, sne is
enroute to Chicago.
Lloyd Williams and Harry Gamble
of this city have returned from a down
the river duck hunting trip. They re
port shooting good. ,'
Mrs. Frances Plett of Galesburg ar
rived in the city this morning for a
several days' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Thierman of Sears.
Strickland W. Glllilan of Baltimore
is registered at the New Har
per. Mr. Gillilan who has ' nation-wide
fame as a writer and lectur
er on humorous topics,- appears to
night at the Rock Island high school
assembly hall, giving the first in the
series of entertainments arranged by
C. J. Weinberger, who with L. B
Strayer represented Rock Island coun
ty at the Farmers' National congress
which met this year at New Orleans,
has returned from the south. He re
ports that the congress was a most
successful one annd was largely at
tended. The next annual meeting will
be held at Piano, 111. Following the
sessions of the convention, the city of
New Orleans entertained the delegates
for several days.
: St. Louis De'rolt. Washington and
St. Ioui are bidding for the perma
nent headqtiartiTs of 'he International
brotherhood of Maintenance of Way
employee, in session here. With the
headquarters will go a building ex
ceed to cost fMO.000 and 30 employes.
LeRoy Smith, a chauffeur who claim
ed to in the employ of a Davenport
mail, was arrested la6t night on Fourth
avenue and Seventeenth street, by
Officer Meenan, for violation of the
motor and vehicle law. The man was
captured about 9 o'clock the provoca
tion being that his lights were not
burning. It had also been reported to
the police that the man had been
driving his car at an excessive rate of
speed a little while before, but this
could not be proven. Smith was re
leased with orders to appear for trial
jWash your dishes with
Put a dash of Gold Dust into the water, and it
;will go to the bottom of things, drive out every
bit of dirt, every germ, every hidden particle.
..Gold Dust cleanses as well as cleans.
We promise you this, if you use Gold Dust:
;Your dishes will be sweeter and cleaner than
ever before, and you
will save at least half
'the. time ordinarily
consumed in wash
Gold Dust does bet
ter work than soap
or any other dish
and saves half the
Trial List of Criminal Cases Is
Set by State's Attorney L.
M. Magill Today.
Judge R. W. Olmsted convened cir
cuit court this morning and the mem'
bers of the bar who have cases ready
for trial were present so that a trial
l.'st could be set. A number of cases
v.ere referred to the branch court
which Judge F. D. Ramsay is to con
vene Monday and a list was prepared.
This afternoon State's Attorney L.
M. Magill filed the following list of
criminal cases which are to be heard
Jefferson" D. O'Neil, assault with in
tent to murder. : -
Pedro Gonsales and Jesse Vigil,
George Davis, robbery.
. Dominick Gillespie, larceny; 'Ia
Silas Bender, burglary and larceny.
Silas Bender, same charge.
All tf these defendants are now in
jail and have been there a length of
time which makes it imperative that
they be tried at once.
There are more criminal cases to
be tried, but a list will not be set un
til the above are disposed of.
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Let thm COLD DUST TWINS
do your work"
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicago
A Boy of 13
who has a savings account with this bank makes it
a practice to save one-half of the money he gets.
If he keeps this up through life he will be a rich
man while etill comparatively young, for his is the
spirit which leads to f nancial success.
Wouldn't that be a good rule for your boy? Have
him try it. A savings pass book on this bank will
German Trust & Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
Bringing With It Many Values
M. & K. In Feminine Apparel
to Be Thankful for.
It Isn't often that cold weather
waits this long to break upon us, it is
not often that this early In the sea
son the fair sex can buy coats and
suits of the quality which M. & K. are
ottering at the prices asked at the
M. & K.
As big a variety of good warm coat
cults in the plain tailored and braid
trimmed suits has seldom been offer
ed in the tri-cities at such prices.
Suits, which are real $35 and $29.50
values are to be had at $25; and in
this lot merchandise of the highest
standard is to be had. The wide
range to be seen here contains suits
of rare elegance and nonpareil values
ir. imported and domestic fabrics, pop
ular two-toned effects, wide wale diag
onals, worsteds, mixtures and serges,
in blacks, brown, blues and taupe and
combinations of the two-tone effects
and are to be had as low as $19.95
and as high as $70.
Furs and fur coats of dependable
quality have been placed here by buy
ers, who are fur experts and whose
judgment can be. relied on. Sets and
odd pieces are to be had in all desir
able furs for the children as well as
the grown. The furs for the ladies
range in price from $3.95 per piece
to $200 per set, while children's Bets
are from $1.95 to $18,
Fur coats in naTQral Russian pony
at $125 and others in near seal and
marmot are to be had.
M. & K. invite an Inspection of thefr
evening wraps and gowns and party
dresses. The assortment is unrivaled.
The evening clothes in crepe de chine,
brocaded charmeuse, metallic chiffon
and velvet effects, in both simple and
elaborately- trimmed garments, range
in price from $39.50 to $150; while the
dresses In messalines, crepe de chine,
charmeuse, aeolians and taffetas of
the latest designs are priced at $14.95
Waist values which are surprising
are also here at popular prices 98
cents to $12.50, In sizes np to 46.
A new shipment of beautiful toques
in seeral different weaves and
Myles have just been received and are
great values at 59 cents, 98 cents and
The ladies are taken just a good
care of In all other matters, as old
patrons know and as M. K. would
like to demonstrate to those who have
cot yet learned.
Lame back comes on suddenly and
is extremely painful. It is caused by
rheumatism of the muscles. Quick re
lief is afforded by applying Chamber
lain's liniment Sold by all druggists.
All Prices in Plain Figures
Furniture Values You Should Not Over
For One Week we offer any of these Big Values at our greatly reduced prices, each article carries with it Spen
cer's absolute guarantee of satisfaction. After these good3 have been on sale for 7 days the old prices will pre
vailSo Buy Sew.
Solid Quartered Oak Table
Just Like Finding These
at Our Prices
A big heavy table, 26x42, quartered
oak and polished. Large drawer
in center. Regular CI K.OO
L'u.uu. 7 days price.
Full size Brass Bed, regular $12.50 value, 7 days price
: See it in West Window 1
Dining Room Table
stands 42 inches
high, each shelf
is 10x12, made of
oak and very
strong and dur
able. Value $1.55,
A great big fancy upholstered
Library Rocker with magazine
pocket on side upholstered with
best Moroccoline Imitation leather.
Large pillow for head. $1 A 85
7 days price 31V-
Sold only here
We can't say enough about this big table it is one of the best values
we. have ever been able to offer and those in need of a new dining table
should Come Quick. Those who come late will have to Jiave theirs de
livered after the second lot comes in.
'This table is Solid Quartered Oak the top is beautifully polished and
has a diameter of 4 ft. 6 inches when closed. When open it extends
to 6 feet. Top rests on a very massive pillar with large claw feet. It's
Great Worth 35 any where.
Our 7-Day s' Price
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"We are showing the best
assortment of fine and
medium priced bed room
suites we have ever had.
No matter what finish you
may want we have it.
Many Odd Dressers and
Convenient time payments for those who wish them
A Pleasure to Show Goods
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Prom our enormous line of rnhersral Ranges we offer this one at the
very low price of $31.25. The name Universal stands for Quality
when we offer a Universal at a cut price people are beginning to
know they are getting a Bargain of Quality. Come in and see this big
Range we will tell you gf f fl Q O
all about it. It is U t3
exactly like cut
220-22-24 West Third Street
ROAD IS EXHIBITING
One may gain much first-hand infar
ct investing or not. The idea is pure
ly an educational one, but of course
with a view to attracting settlers to
the great northwest. The car is open
throughout the day and until 8 in the
avoni n tr TVi a so nrtll rami r In Xtrlr
, . i aa n in a auai as aaa iMivm
.,u. B srjcullu Island today and tomorrow. Monday!
pcssioiuues or tne northwest by a and Tuesday it will be in Moline
visit to the Northern Pacific Railway
company's exhibit car that has come
to Rock Island for a stay of two days.
The car, filled with sample products
of the soil of Minnesota, Wisconsin,
North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Wash
ington and Oregon, is stationed at the
Burlington depot on Twentieth street.
It Is in charge of two men familiar
with the land and crops of the states
mentioned and during the day and
evening they give lectures that inter- All the
ett you whether you have any Idea 1 Argus.
Lawrenceburg, Ky. Earl Murrell, 10
years old, has confessed that he shot
and killed Daniel Miller, an 80-year-
old hermit. The boy's father and two j then r,hot him
brothers were arn-sted, charged with
the crim, wh'-n the boy admitted that
Miller attacked bis fathtr and that he
The old, old story, told times with-1
out number, and repeated over and
over again for the last 36 years, but ;
it is always a welcome story to those 1
in search of health there is nothing;
in the world that cures coughs ' and
colds as quickly as Chamberlain's
Cough remedy. Sold by all druggists.
news ail the time The
Theatre Parties Depot Calls Pleasure Rides
QUICK SERVICE GEOEGE CAMP ANA, M?r.