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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1913.
ties. The discussions were led by 8.
SEE THE MAIN FLOOR. PLAN OF OUR STORE SHOWN BELOW
R. Kenwortby. Albert Huber ana
George C. W eager.
Tri-City Railway Company An-
nounces Intent to Institute
Plan in Twin-cities.
Th Tri-City Railway company, fol
lcwtas expressions of approval by the
commissioners of Rock Island and Mo-
line, has Issued notice that commenc
ing March 1, street cars will stop on
the sear side of crossings wherever
It Is practical, in other words where
paving will prevent passengers from
being forced to walk In the mud In
boarding and alighting from the cars.
The new system has been in force in
Davenport since last Saturday and
was taken up so readily by the citizens
there, that It was decided to waste
no further time In putting the plan in
force on this side of the river.
Nearside stops are an added pre
caution against accident
OF THE BAR MEET
Ten of the younger members of the
Rock Island County Bar association
met last evening at the Rock Island
club where they enjoyed a dinner and
a discussion of the law problems which
face them In tbelr practice. None of
the older members of the profession
were present and all who were; There
were Rock Islanders. It is their In
tention to meet twice a month to talk
over matters pertaining to their prao-
Grollers or Friea eafies
fiv Mrs. Janet MtKontit Hill, Editor
cj tho Boston Cooking School Magatine
Everyone likes fried cakes or
crullers. Here's a very superior
recire. Follow directions closely
success is certain.
K C Crallrra or Fried Cafcra
Tkrte rupi 11trtt lour.- 4 inrl trastocufult
f C Baking Muittr: V, trisptnj ut mac or
tutmrt: Y, traipnonfu' mil: Jnjri. btalm light:
M rP ranu:alrd sura : .i taicspoonuts melted
butter: h cup Skiutmei htuk.
Sift together, three times, the
flour , KC baking powder.mace and
salt. Add the sugar, butter and
milk to the beaten eggs and stir
into the dry ingredients to make
a stiff dough. Knead slightly;
then cut with fried cake cutter.
Drop into a deep kettle filled with
hot fat ; drain on soft paper or
colander and roll in powdered
To fry have f.it at smoVinp point, turn
crullers sevsrnl times while fryitiRto in
sure nil Jinrts leni equally light and
1W ail nieRris, send (or theK C Cook's
Book it's frrr iu:l it contains 90 just
such appetiiinjT recipes. Send the
colored i ri ' x;c jric'.-.ed in 25-cent cans
to the jM.yi.s Mr'.. Co., Chicago, and
write na::-.c ar:.l aiHress plainly.
Chocolate, Genuine Huker's 25c
CAko for 15c
Milk Chocolate, Hershey's milk
chocolate or nlmondi!, bar 4c
Bay a borne of Relay Bros.
For express, call William Trefx.
Trt-Clty Towel Supply company.
Karler Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug-making.
Our B. B. serge at $33 Is the best
value ever offered. J. B. Zlmmer's
Six per cent farm mortgages. Lltten
ft Roberta, People's National bank
Remember that Ralph Stanton has
everything to make your friends, who
Coal, coal. coal The Rock Island
Fuel company will deliver to you all
the best grades of hard and soft coat.
Ward & McMahoa wffl give you
estimates on your plumbing, " steam
and hot water heating that will aavs
Dunamore & O'ConneU smoke house
and billiard parlors, corner of Twen
tieth street and Fourth avenue. Every
brand of good cigars and all kinds of
When you want something good you
want It and only the best will do.
If yon buy Ganserf AJ&x ohooolates
you get It. It la the king of them
all and made by W. I Oansert.
Yon oan depend on the uniform high
quality and satisfying flavor of our
Ajax chocolates. You will like them
and come back for more. Look for
the name Oansert on every piece.
Mueller Lumber company win en
able you to build a fine house or barn
out of the choicest select lumber and
you will be surprised and yet pleased
to learn the low prices they are making.
Souders Laundering company at 601-
EOS Twelfth street. This laundry If
equipped with the very latest modern
machinery, turning out work that Is
not surpassed by any laundry In the
Kaln & Reinhardt cigar store still
takes th lead. Most liberally patron
ised. Everything in tobacco, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Msn Is never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
T. S. O'Hara. flour and teed store,
is having; a big trade on stock and
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
for horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and
all kind sof poultry. It makes the
bens lay every day.
The Rock Island LumTer and Manu
facturing company, lumber and build
ing material for all purposes, houses,
barns, granaries. We will glv you an
opportunity to save a big per cent. Let
us be of service to you.
Math's banery ana confectionery
store, the finest In the trl-cltles.
Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rolls. They cant be beat Most peo
ple say they are superior to any home
baking. Let them serve yon.
E. E. Lamp, plumtlng, steam and
hot water heating, gas fitting. His
efficient knowledge of the business
justly entitles Llm to your patronage.
His shop has all modern equipments
Evt rythin? lu plumbing supplies.
M. T? -art, marble and granite
work;;. . uu the middleman's prof
its. From 16 to 25 per cent saved on
every monument and all kinds of mon
umental work. Call at our shop on
Second avenue and see for yourself.
We are the leacers ror up-ts-date
laundry work. Each shirt finished
by hand and put up in a carton, insur
ing work. Delivered to you In good
condition. We guarantee no cracked
collars or cuffs. City Steam laundry.
Reid & Bollman. 417 Seventeenth
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 ana
stays there fixing a rich and perma
uent color. Johnson's Wood Dye is
made In 14 standard shades. For sale
by Lerch Grave. 2002-3004 Fourth
JL J L
CO OPERATIVE STORE CO.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
One of the greatest problems that confronts modern retailing is how to obtain an evenly distributed business throughout the week. The old meth
ods led to big Saturday business. Result: Crowded aisles, delayed service and sometimes m dissatisfaction. We are changing this by inducing part of
the Saturday custom to come on Bargain Friday by offering, each Friday, very special inducements in each department. This will be continued, each
Friday seeing greater values offered.
Men's New Furnishings for Spring
Eponge cloth is quite popular for 1913 wear, a yard
$1.25, and will vie with the new whipcords and Bedford
cords at $1.25 yard up. (Dress Goods Department)
: h e different
$1 to $5
For your con
venience we sell
Drugs at much
lower prices, as
you can easily
see by a visit
BakiQR Powder, Kumford. worth j avenue.
60c per pound 23c i ,
Pickles, Hoins's dill, the only
1Bo! Realty Changes
Herring, Fat rntlqhen, per
keg only 79c
Sugar, beBl & E granulated
25 pound sack $1.39
Ripe Olivei, la bulk, the most dell
clous you ever tasted, get any
quantity, per pint 35o
Tomatoes, No- 2 cans, solid
pack, three cans 2Bo
Eweet Corn, Camel brand, a sweet, 1
clean and creamy corn by far the best
10c corn on the market today.
sis cans 60c, single can 9o
Honey, genuine white clover, well !
filled frame 20c
Jones' Dairy Farm Sausage fresh for
Wednesday. Phone your order to
and rest assured that yon wffl get ex
actly what yon order always.
515 17th St.
Two phones 12 and 69.
Thomas Cumpbell to Charles Pow
ers, part lot 8. block 44, lower addi-
wsy leading to
and Tea Room
John F. Chambers
(A Sparkling Comedy)
Thursday. Feb. 20
Keats bow sellinf. Admission
50 cents. Call west S50 and
Order by mall.
We deliver by
LUSTRE CREME POLISH
la fer Metal and Furniture.
We Buy and Sell
Deere and Company
Moline Plew Co.
Root Van Dervoort stocks
LITTEN & ROBERTS
Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages.
Peoples National Bank Building
Rock Island, m.
The advantage of
and Hair Dress
ing Parlors en
th seoond fleer
nave been In
ed. They have been
fitted np with ev
ery comfort, con
venience and ap
pliance, while the
Cave pleased all
our patrons. Ex
pert opera tors
here to give yon
ir ay new have
telr hands care
Our Jewelry Store
A store that you ought to be better
A store that is net hampered by tra
ditions, not handicapped by old fogy
notions and ways not wedded to old
A store that would go to the end of
the earth if necessary after fine, rare
That has a power behind it and a
field before it that no other Tri-City
That has the confidence of the peo
ple. That has not abused that confi
dence. It is better now than ever before;
it will be still better next year. It
can't ever stand still it follows the
world; a new Idea bobs up in New
York it soon appears here; a new
flniBh in silver is discovered it is
Nothing is too good nothing too
hard to get.
We have Just finished a most suc
cessful year, and sold enormously dur
ing Christmas holidays, yet stocks are
kept up, and besideB the rarest things,
we are ready with everything.
Will you come in tomorrow?
Have you heard of our Watch Hos
pital? A Candy Store
that Is superior in many ways, yet
charges no more, and in many in
stances less than other ordinary
stores. Candles boxed by the best
makers and lower priced
kinds, per pound
Stockings and knit under
wear for women and children
all in the newest and most
attractive of the Spring styles,
and in wonderful variety.
And each group reflects, in
the economies it offers, our
complete mastery of the
sources of hosiery and under
wear supply our close, direct
relations with the best of home
and foreign manufacturers.
Your warm weather hosiery
and underwear will cost you
considerably less than you
thought, if you buy it at Young
& MoComb's instead of else
Magazine for March
MoCall's patterns for Spring
1913 are ready for your ehoice.
Now we take ne step fur
ther, in addition, and offer
even greater inducements
for you to come here Wed
nesday, and each special will
be conveniently plaoed in
our central aisle, known as
Dress Goods for Spring Are In
"We are ready to serve your Spring needs with our
new Spring Shirts at $1 and up; new Spring neckties at
25c and up, etc. (Men's Furnishing Department)
25c size Santtol Tooth Paste for
tomorrow only. Bargain Lane...
Sale of Silks in Short Ends
Cheney Bros. Foulards and other silks that
are remnants In alses suitable for women's
Waists and some would make np Into girl's
Dresses. A beautiful array at great reduc
tions. Regular 98c and 91.15 values tomorrow
in two lots Bargain Lane
yard 59o and
Final Riddance Sale of Misses'
and Women's Coats and Dresses
If you can find your size on the bargain
rack in Bargain Lane tomorrow you will
secure the greatest bargain of your life. For
we have taken our left over Coats, worth up
to $27.50 and placed them In two lots for final
Juniors and Women's slightly soiled
Coats, which can be cleaned and give
good service. There are values up to $25.00
In this lot. Sale
4,0 Juniors' and Women's Dresses and
JLOl Coats in a limited assortment of
sizes. Values in this lot up to $27.50. Tour
size may be here. You'll be sur
prised at the values we offer. . . .
Sale of Muslin Drawers, with tucked ruffles.
Regular 25c values for
Linen Stamped Doilies in braided designs,
eyelet and solid work, a sale, your choice of
large and small sizes, worth up to Qg
75c, tomorrow only
Silk net bands, a fancy Dress Trimming, in
widths from one to three inches. Values
from 35c yard to $1.50 yard. 1
On sale tomorrow at 72 la ICC
' Bargain Lane.
Women's newest Spring silk boot Hose In
black and colors, regular and out sizes, a
7oc value, only, JC,
English Twill Linen Writing Paper, that
practically never sells fer less than 25c per
pound box, will be sold during this sale in
Bargain Lane at only, f J
A f V
40c per pound is the regular price for this
Candy, that we sell tomorrow In "The Lane"
for only per pound OQ.
82 Inch Percales In large assortment of pat
terns in light and dark blue, suitable for
bouse wraps, worth 10c, special
The last of the offerings brought up from the
Basement and placed in Bargain Lane for a
soeclal day's selling Is a lot of Galvanized
Bucketa, 10-quart size, that will sell
for tomorrow only at, eaoh
Large glass Cream Pitchers that regularly sell
for 10c each, but for this sale the price Is cut
in twain, and you will find them f"
at only, each
Normandy blue Tea Caps and Saucers in fine
English porcelain, also Breakfast Hates to
match. The regular arioe la 10c each. But
again we have marked them at only half form
er seHlng mark, and will sell ID
them at only, each . AVlC
Old English Gray Enameled Ware In Sauce
Pans and Preserving Kettles. This In the 4
quart size that regularly sells for 46c. For the
one ay, tomorrow .they will be OQ
offered you at only, eaoh fcC
Crib Blankets to white only, blue and pink
borders, special Wednesday
selling, each ... , ,
per pound box
100 strings excellent Imitation Coral Beads,
18 Inches long, that we have been selling at 50
cents, and it Is well known our Jewelry prices
are much lower. Tomorrow they go at the
Jewelry department at half prloe.
100 seamless gold filled rings. Warranted to
wear 10 years. Sale price
Nothing so thoroughly distinguish
es the feminine toilette as dainty
fluff laces. Ours is a fascinating se
lection, now reduced to low prices,
Linen and Cluny laces with edges
and insertions to match, all widths.
In this lot are values up to 25c, to
One lot of Swiss Embroideries and Ma
deria Edges, at price tomorrow.
Hair-bow Ribbons made of taffeta
with look edges brocades moire and
plain, Just received.
Prices 25c to
You will find our stock of new
Handkerchiefs growing steadily as day
by day the new arrivals come In. For
For women, Maderla and Bernese
hand embroidered Handkerchiefs, In
new designs, at 26c, 60c and 98c. And
Atz and lace edge Handkerchiefs,
For men, we have a Spring showing of
linen Handkerchiefs at Crt
10. to 50C
It Is of great Importance to us to
sell good gloves. Poor gloves never
built a good business. Think bow
many women depend on this Olovo
Store for right sorts of gloves; and
the number who do grows greater
each year. If the gloves were not
right were not stylish, good fitting,
correct In shade and finish, In short if
the best gloves to be had at their sev
eral prices were not those at
Young ft MoCqmb's our glove busi
ness wouldn't keep on growing.
Just received our new Spring ship
ment of both Kid and Silk Gloves.
16-button Silk Gloves
at $1.00, $1.60 .'
16-button Emb. SUk
Gloves, white only, at
2-clasn Silk Gloves dl ff
at 60c, 75c and ij) 1 .UU
Short Kid Gloves with heavy stitching,
black on white, and white on black and
tan, stitched In white
and In black at.
Short Kid Gloves at
$1.25, $1.60, $1.76 and.
NEW LOT OF
Included In this lot are: "That
Printer of Udell's," "Calling of Dan
Matthews," and the "Shepherd of the
Hills," by Harold Bell Wright
They are In
hades, In com
pliance with the
1913 edict of
fashion. The col
ors most popular
for evening wear
are light blues,
lavender and a
hint of Bulgarian
new cloth Is the
crepe at $2.48
the yard. An'
other, and one
that comes also
In the dark
shades, aa well
as the dainty
light colors, la a
meuse, also at
$2.48 the yard.
Napkins, good as
sortment of Pat
terns, heary qual
ity, all linen,
worth $1.75. Spe
olal Friday sell
22 Inch Bleached
$2.25. Special Fri
20 iiich Bleached
heavy quality of
Irish Linen, as
well worth 2.50.
jtlon. Rock Island. $350.
Elmer I. Donahey to Leo Kehi, tract
in northwest quarter section 13-18-27.
William Buttarworth to Cecil R.jsnip 17-4 W.
Wood and Henry H. Siebke, part lot 3,
block 172, East Moline. $1.
Martin Weertz to Charles Fie big, op
tion (1(5 A) tract on Island "A," town-
Iowa Wood A. Sand company to
Charlea Fieblg. tract Island "A," sec
tion 19. 20, 29 and 80-17 3W, $1,300.
Camlal Vens to Louis Bonneville,
lot 23, block 123, New Shops addition.
East Moline. $1,450.
Moline Trust and Savings bank to
Anna Sinn, $2001 part outlot 4, High
land addition, section 4-17-1W. $200.
John W. Miller to Emile RIdder, lot
2, block 2, second Fairmount addition,
newa all the time The