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HE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1913.
A FIERCE BATTLE
Women and Men Fight, Using
' Alarm Clocks. Stove Pokers
and Pails as Weapons.
ILL; WORST IS FEARED
FOLICE STOF THE COMBAT;
Charles Sutton, Ban Ganahl and Frank
Lannon Receive 20-day
' A free-for-all battle wag staged at
the Laurie homegiead. Seventh
Strtet a.id Seventh aveme, last night,
in which two women and four men par
ticipated with a vengeance, kicking,
KlupKins. pulling hair and scratching.
Only the arrlv 1 cf the police probably
prevented bloodshed aud as it was. I
Ganahl bea; on his head a rash
Inflicted by a Ftove i-oker. Ganahl,
J'rank 1-annon and Charles Sutton, j
three of the principals in the afTray,
were this morni lg (sentenced to 2i
cays la Jail, their fines being $1KI and
. It appears that Charles Sutnn had j
been the star bcarder at Mis. l-aurie's
home for the pa Ft two years and had
a'ted as the head of the household.
JnaFmtirh as Mr. I.ai;re is divorced.!
Numerous girls. It Is said, have ' shot
the can" at this plaie and the men
lia vp dropped in of ui ee:iinK to In
dulge in a little iKiiite conversation.
HOt K KKMKI.KII.
l ast night Ganahl iind Lannon. dm-j
in the absence of Mrs. l-anne. came
up. to the door and asked to see Edna
JleHd. Si'tton inlormed them that the j
jout;g lady whs not present, and fur-
thermore in'lraatud that their presence j
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was undesirable.. The men. it is alh'g- The duchess of Ccnnaupht, wife of
d. then forced open the door. Sutton. tnB governor general of Canada, is in
seeing that trou'.le wa brewing. ja hospital at Montreal, suffering from
arabbed a stove poker with one hand ; peritonitis. The gravest fears are en
anl a clok wl;h the other, and an-! tertained as to her recovery. All so
Douaced that he was ieady to repulse 1 rial fnptjonp in official society at the
the beslecing lcrce. The bait!., tht n Canadian capital have been canceled,
began, Gunahl inten t ptinR a down-i
ward sweep of the stove poker with )
Ills knob, while I.annon's left eye ; bat that would make the Jeffries-John-th'
(ked the proxreKH f the flying 1 son go resemble a watch night, meeting
Harm cloi k. Hoth t:i:i then jvmped 1 In the Sunday school room of a church, j avenue,
on Sutton and poked him several i Officer Fitzgerald hauled the whole)
lin.es. aft.T which Ganr.hl picked up ! comic opera troupe to the s'ation. and 1
Ihe lamp and ft arched th-' house for I this morning the cases were heard.!
Kdna. Si A':a ?hT. ran out doors and ! Mrs- I-aurie was directed to refrain,
ing work. Delivered to you in good
condition.. We guarantee no cracked
collars or cuffs. City Steam laundry.
Reid & Bollman, 41? Seventeenth
Souders laundering company at 601
603 Twelfth street This laundry if
equipped with the very latest modern
machinery, turning out work that is
not surpassed by any laundry in tha
Kain & Reinhardt cigar store still
takes the lead. Most liberally patron
ized. Everything in tobacco, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Man Is never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
1. S. O'Hara, flour and feed store,
is having a big trade on stock and
pouitry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
for horses, cattle, hogs, sheep ana
j all kind sof poultry. It makes the
j hens ln every day.
j The Rock Island Lumber and Manu
j facturing company, lumber and build
I ing material for all purposes, houses,
bares, granaries. We will give you an
opportunity to save a big per cent. Let
us be of service to you.
Math's bakery ana confectionery
store, the finest in the tri-cities.
Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rolls. They can't be bes' Most peo
ple say they are superior to any home j
baking. Let them serve you.
E. E. Lamp, p!'utni:ng. steam end
hot water heating, gas fitting. His
efficient knowledge of '-he business
justly entitles him to your patronage.
His shop has all modern equipments
Everything in plumbins supplies.
M. R. Iglehart, marble and granite
works, save you the middleman's prof
its. From IS to 25 per cent saved on
every monument and all kinis of mon
umental work. Call at our shop' on
Second avenue and see for yourself.
Improving night, that's wnat our
glasses are doing. If you have reason
to believe that there is anything
wrong with your eyes at all, you
stould have them examined by Fred
Bleuer, expert optician, Second, ave
nue near Seventeenth street.
Johnson's Wood Dye is not a mere
stain not simply a surface dressing.
It is a real, deep-seated dye, that goes
to the very heart of the wood and
stays there fixing a rich and perma
nent color. Johnson's Wood fy is
made in 14 standard shades. For sale
by Lercb & Greve. 2002-2004 Fourth
12 oz. .
On account lim
ited lots of the
many items an
is urged to all.
FAl'OUS FOR COA TS AND SUITS
FIFTH AVENUE. MOLINE. ON THE BROAOWAU
All items sped'
ally priced are
Irrespecive of Money Loss to Us We Start a
Selling Event Tomorrow Unsurpassed for Sensational Values
tailed the x Mcc.
M'.t 1 11 I I I K.
In ihe mea nine Mrc. Uunle had re
turned home. Now Mrs. Laurie, so it
is charged, has made remarks in the
last reflecting upon Mtb. Hessie Tie-'
ken. Mr. and Mrs. Tieken dedded ti
drop in for a little call and at thP same
time investigate the authenticity of the
rumors. The minute they got in the
house, the battle begau. The quartet,
composed of Mr. ard Mrs. Tieken, Sut
ton and Mrs. .auric, engaged in a com-
from keeping boarders In the future.
COMPANY TO CUT
45,000 TONS ICE
New and Used
(3 per month)
(fl per month)
Julius Huuer Square
(: per month) ....
Ketrlna, rebuilt and
Smith t ISaroe-
II. F. l.n
Smith & ilarur
sieger A Sons
I sell organ has been thor
oughly iMfruaulrd aad is la first
rla plii) log modlfo.
( hfrSKQ I utilise
I! oil 111 ui.n
Sforj A ( lark
Stor) A lark
All SS note roll at half price
tlilM Meek )!). This Is )our
opportunity to Mock up with
player roil. Autograph, oa.
porlred. VoraNtjle and Kojal
.Maslr ltoll all at half price.
i note rails. (1 fill
rhoire ix for
121 E. ti Dateaport, la.
Fiebig sharpens skates.
B':y a home of Reidy Bros.
For express, call William Trefz.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Dakota early Ohio potatoes 60c per
bushel, a Weckel's.
A special, seven bars Galvanic soap
for 25c, at Weckel's.
Have your skates sharpened at Fie
b re, 1613 Third avenue.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
ck aning and rug making.
We repair all makes of grapho-';
Most of This Will Be for Rock
Island Road Operations
The Union Coal & Ice company com
menced ice cuttine onerationa thin
! morning at their Rock river plant two
j miles east of Milan. The company of-
Tubals report the ice is 11 inches thick
I antl of par excellent quality,
j The company will cut 30,000 tons at
,the Rock river plant for the Rock Is
land road, 20,000 tons for the icing of
It is imperative that many thousands of dollars' worth of merchan
dise be closed out within the next few days, to accommodate the
incoming stocks of Spring goods. EVERYTHING MARKED AT
PRICES THAT WILL ACCOMPLISH QUICK RESULTS
This sale begins promptly at 8:30 Wednesday morning No mail or phone
orders No reservations No C.O.D.'s No sale goods on approval or ex-
change We reserve the right to limit quanities Nothing sold to dealers
Still Further Price Cutting In the Coats and Suits
Radical Price Reductions Seemingly Unbelieveable the
Grandest Gathering of Staple, Practical Sytles Ever Offered.
Ladies' and Misses' Tailored Coats, the
, $12.50 and $15 Values, Now4$7.75
About 50 stylish coats, mostly novelty mixture, with
long roll collars, and wide cuffs, trimmed with large
fancy buttons, year choice 7 7C
any coat in the lot O
Handsome Tailored Serge Suits, (All
Alterations Free,) $8.50
Strictly all wool French serges and whip cord?,
narrow or wide wale, excellent size range in all
the popular selling colors, garments
worth to $18.00, choice
I Fine French wool serge dresses,
neatly tailored, all the best shades
of blues, tans and grays.
40 Coats to Sell at
$12.50, Worth $22.50
All wool novelty mixtures, in
cluding the handsome Boucle
and Peach cloth, with many di
agonals, exclusive and individ
ual styles no two garments
Every garment in stock, an al
most unlimited selection, good sub
stantial, staple styles buy now for
phones, Charles Fiebig, 1619 Third ave
nue. Our B. B. serge at 33 is the best
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer's
Flash lights and electrical novel
ties. Charles Fiebig. 1619 Third
Six per cent farm mortgages. Litten
& Roberts, People's National bank
Carnation Brand Lemon c.ing
peaches, formerly 2Dc, now 18c, at
Remember that Ralph Stanton has
everything to make your friends, who
Hi prize masquerade tonight at the
Rock Island roller rink. Costumes for
rent at rink.
Uig prize mkquerade tonight at the
Rock island roller rink. Costumes j
for rent at the rink. I
Coal, coal. coal. The Rock Island
rcirigerator cars and 10,000 tons for
tile dining car service.
The work of cutting the 30,000 tons
is expected to occupy the next two
weeks if the weather is favorable Af-
i ter the required amount of ice is cut
at the Rock river plants the company
will commence operations at its Mo-
lint plant where 15,000 tons w ill be I
cut. The company has a big force of i
men doing the cutting and are Aish-l
in, the work along as fast as possible, j
Other local companies will com-'
men-e cutting this week although '
many of the ice fields are not yet as
thick as usual.
Fancy Tennis Flannel Gowns, 39c
Ladies' tennis flannel gowns, pink
and blue stripes, excellent work
manship, all sizes, OA
k FURS 25 to 50 Off FURS
Every fur piece must be closed out immediately. Un
usual values. Extraordinary reductions on every
piece of fur in stock. Dependable furs that give service.
Fancy Tennis Flannel Skirts, 39c
Fancy striped, double fleeced ten
nis flannel skirts, all
neatly made, special at.
Read the Tremendous Price Offerings in Silks o
Make the Best of This
36-in. Blk. Messaline Silks
About 200 yards soft finish, fine
black messaline silks, rich black
lustre, worth regularly
1.00, sale price
Fine black silk taeffta for petti
coats, full yard wide, strong
selvage, 85c quality,
eale price '.
Wl I.I.I ! C'. STOIT.
William . Stoit, a lifelong resident
of Rock Island, passed away this
mcrning at 7:15 o'clock at the family
home. 1019 Tenth avenue, following a
"lingering Illness of complications. Mr.
Stoit was horn June 8 1Kx7 in Rnc-lr
Fuel company will deliver to you all , ,slan(; residing here up until his
the best grades of hard and ooft coa.. deatn He altended tue public 6cnool8
During the Ingalls' auction sale pri-1 graduating from the German Parochial
vate sales will be made from 9 a. m. I s hool. Since his graduation he had
to 12 noon. No reasonable offers re- . followed various pursuits.
fuf,e1- I Last winter he entered the employ
Receivers' auction sale of Ingalls' j of the Hock Island Plow company,
jewelry stock. Sales every afternoon 'aking ill shortly after entering that
at 2:30; evenings at 7:3. Watches, 1 Eeld of work. His condition was
Jewelry, silverware, etc. ! such that he was unable to attend to i i
Sewinj machines repaired and war- ' nIs autjps" ,ne plant last summer!'
ran'.ed for De year. Supplies for all and Jan- 6 returned to work. He had
machines r'lebig. locksmith. 1619 Thiro ; wcrked onl' ree days unti: he suf-i
avenue. s j fered a relapse which resulted in his
.... . , ,., i death.
aui iuu Ddir U JUU1IB
Jewelry stock. Sales every afternoon
at 2:30; evenings at 7:80. Watches,
Jewelry, silverware, etc.
ard McMahou will give
I Hand bags,
An Unequaled Value in Fine
French Kid gQc
Gloves, pair v
50 do?en pairs excellent quality fine
French kid gloves, 2 clasp style, the
assortment covers practilally every
color, all the regular J1.00 4Q
kinds, sale price OJC
800 yds. $1.50 Messa-QQ
line Silks, low price of OJC
Hundreds of yards rich lus
trous messaline silks, two tone
effects and solid colors in al
most every conceivable color
made, full 36 inch width, the
grandest silk bargain ever of-
x fered ,refrular $1.50
values, sale price . .
100 pes. New Spring
Ginghams, per yard,
This new lot of spring ginghams ar
rived in time for this sensational
sale, the assortment covers all the
new plaid and check styles in the
newest colorings, oil
85c Color' d Messalines 49c
Finest quality, plain colored 27-
inch messaline silks, nearly every
color represented, 85c
values, special price .
Fancy costume silks, soft messa
line finish, all desirable colorings.
in small figures and plaids, $1.00
Fifty piece Assortment of
Fancy Tissue I 7
Ginghams, yd. X t
50 pieces of fine sheer fancy tissue
ginghams, all the new spring pat
terns are represented, an f 7
unusual special, yard
39c Sale of Hundreds of RemnantsMore Silk, Linen, Cotton Goods
Remnants of cotton goods,
such as sheetings, muslins, ten
nis flannels, percales, madras,
calicoes, all lengths from 1 to
o yards. Choice at half price.
Remnants of silk and wool goods,
plain serges, novelty wool suiting3,
plain taffeta and messaline silks, that
have accumulated during the past 10
days. Choice one-third off.
Linen remnants, crashes and
fine table damask, good desir
able lengths from l'-j to 3
yards, all new choice patterns.
Choice one-fourth off.
I ,!, o.i.. . i Surviving are his parents. Mr. and
i Mrs. Stoir: four sisters, Mrs. Elsa j
I Kniht of Chicago, Mrs. Louise Barnes
cf South Rock Island. Mrs. Marie;
yOU I piarLp rf nivonnnrt grt Al. in
estimate, on your plumbing steam j at home an one brother Ernegt
i . 1 1 i ul a jirr u"Mi.iit i iiiiL win a. at w aa
in the lot,
Turkish Rath Towels, 11c
Large white turkish bath towels,
double woven, hem- 11
med ends X1
White Bed Spreads, 85c
Large full size white bed spreads,
several different patterns, Qg
regular 1.25 quality OOC
Linen Table Damask, 59c
2-yard wide, fine linen table dam
ask, full bleached, choice selected
10c Crash Towling, 6Jac
Heavy quality 17-inch union crash
toweling with red bor- ? n
ders, regular 10c quality "C
50 Doz. 25c Turkish Bath
Towels, Special 15c
The greatest towel value ever offer
ed, in an unlimited quantity, pure
white bleached, extra weight, full
21x45 inch size, sold always at
25c, special 15c
Shepherd check dress goods in wool
and fine mohair materials, QC
all size checks, 50c values .. 5QC
54-inch wool flannels, plain colors in
navy, grey and blacks. on
20 pieces fancy satin stripe chaliies,
all neat patterns, light -1 g
grounds, 25c values XOC
1S.25 inch feather bed pillows, heavy
twilled tick covered all
curled feathers, each 5C
Cotton Huck Towels, 5c
Bleached white cotton huck -towels,
hemmed ends, worth
regularly 8c, each . .
Advertiser Bl'ch'd Muslin
"Advertise" bleached 36-inch mus
lin, better than Hope or Lonsdaln,
sold regularly at 10c, T
sale price C
Wool Dress Goods, 79c
In this lot we include all our best
novelty wool suitings, 54-lncii
Novelty Dress Goods, 29c
Novelty striped 36-inch suitings,
grey grounds, small striped pat
terns, 50c alue,
Cotton and Wool Blankets, Comforters, Pillows, Bedding of All Sorts
(2.50 and $2.98 Comforters
Reduced to $1.98.
Fluffy cotton filled fine silk
oilne covered comforters,
hand tied and corded edge
$4.98 and $5.98 Wool Blank
ets now $3.98.
Full size pure wool blank
ets, large plaid styles, silk
taped and overcast edges.
sale price ..
I Stoit of this city.
i The funeral will he helrf fmm t,o
13 .iv.pa i 1 ' Lin u.lu nf T n n . ! f ' I f .. . . 1 I
... uv . ,iife.io , utrunn iumeran cnurcn with inter- ! "
jewelry stock. Sales every afternoon J ment in the German Lutheran ceme- i -at
2:3i; evenings at 7:30. Watches, : tery, ti
jewelry, uilverware, etc. !
The Villa guild will give its January JOn VEti.itK. I
ci ff Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 15. John Yealick, who resided near 1111
in the home of Mrs J. P. Dolly, 1119jnis City, died yesterday afternoon
Twentieth street, from 3 to 6 o'clock. ! t 3:30 o'clock at St. Anthony's hos
Dansmore & 0'Connll smoke house 1 Kta!- after n illress of about four
and biU'ard parlors, corner of Tweu- months' duration of chronic spinal
tleih street and Fourth avenue. Every i --'"" - l 9spi- i Country Wcman is a new department.
brand cr good cigars and ail kinds of r,,r'-- -,J ,u" uu eeverai
mokers' supplies. children survive.
siuei.er Lumber company will ea-, i,?ne th nffiotm c,h. nnii,0,ir,n nt i containing a few penies from an ac
XZu. The funeral of Edwarda . T '"ulture at the Ur.i-1 Q-intance in anuPtown saioon.
Keia vuis luomuig ai ociock rrom v . lauu.iaiu. i
tbc home, 2123 Fourth avenue, with! j Ne' York Judga Martin A. Knapp
services Which were conducted by Fa- j ' New York A general survey of the ! cf the United State commerce court,
ther W. J. Cleary of St. Joseph's i oman suffrage situation throughout j and Charles P. Neill, commissioner of
$6.50 and $7.00 Wool Blank
ets now $4.98.
Our finest quality, strictly
pure wool blankets, extra
large, full bed size, full 5-
lb. weight, values
to $7.00, now
Large Grey Heavy Cotton
Blankets now 79c.
Heavy double fleeced grey
blankets, pink and blue
borders, overcast edj;es,
regular $1.25 val
ues now, pair . . .
mass meeting to be held in Carnegie
hall Feb. 17.
New York Grover Cleveland Fuller,
a Jockey, who made $300,000 for James
R. Keene and $75,000 for himself in
one season 10 years ago, has pleaded
j added to the Wisconsin Country maga- j Suilty to having stolen a poyketbook
Madison. Wis. The Wisconsin
! edited by "co-eds." which has been
! you will be surprised and vet pleased 1
to learn the low prices they are mak-
e are the leauers for up-to-date , clUrch. Davenoort aerie of Eaeles had ! he country, with fresh renorts from labor, mediators In the dispute be-
(launaiy ork. tacn et.ri ns'.sbea cLtrre at the grave in Holy Famli'il of the states, is planned by suf-'tween the Brotherhood of Locomotive
jby hand and put up in a carton, insur- j ct nieterr in Davenport.
e -m i-.yfr'j -rjwA .
agers of 50 eas'ern railroads, have Northhead s ation to the point of des
met committees from both sides of tination.
the dispute. Both parties are willing '
to arbitrate. No statement was given j Hakmg Antiques,
out. - I Ao "Prt ;il,liii tiniiker -n take
! lew piece ,r finnitnr nmbu i
. - - .-,- ti
look as If It w:ih Jim yearx old and ;
can the :ii-KI,K,n ikiv. i-hi.-u...
municate with friends in Alaska or on t Newn ' .
bhips at sea in the Pacific ma7 do so j
Washington Those desiring to com-
i frage organiiationa of New York at a Firemen and Enginemen and the man-
through the government's wire'.ess sta
tion at Nerth Head, Wash. The s a
tiens at Unalga. Kodiak, Cordova, Sit
ka, Dutch Harbor and Pribolof will
cpen Wednesday. Messages from sea
will be 25 cents a word, plus the shipj
rate and tne telegraph rate from the
Notice is hereby given that the
meetings of the city council will be
held in the commissioners' room on
the second floor of the City Hall
burlding until April 1. 1913.-
11. II. SCHRIVER, Mayor.