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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913.
IN POLICE COURT
3outh Rock Island Anvil Chorus
Renders a Symphony in a
A South Rock Island neighborhood
feud was aired at the police station
this morning, when Al Hanna was ar
raigned on a disorderly conduct
charge. According to a small army
Df neighbor, which more than filled
j DEMANDING TAX, REFORM
! Farmers of Illinois Adopt Resolution
I Also for Vocational School Law.
Sterling, III,' Feb. 21. Resolutions
favoring the submission of & constl
' tut ional amendment to permit the
adoption of Improved methods of taxa
. Hon, advocating the enactment of a
j vocational education law and laws cre
ating county agricultural experts and
u:ging revision, of state highway law
j to effect cooperation among local.
s'ate and federal authorities, were ! Exceptional entertainments are in
: adopted yesterday at the closing ses- j store for members of the Rock Island
slot, of the Illinois , Farmers' Institute, j club durl h next three month8
. The domestic science department la
j epssion at the same time, adopted res-; President H. S. Cable has named sep
olutions calling on the legislature to fte entertainment committees for
FOR GOOD TIMES
Entertainment Committees Are
Named for Next Three
Months at Club.
provide for consolidated schools in
ct untry districts and for rural hirh
the court room, Hanna is alleged to ; pchool8 to Detter nome conditions In
have called the neighbor women im- 1 tie country. The women also demand-
proper names. A Mr. Bel", stepped up
to tbo house and requested that the
ed one woman be placed
! school board in the state.
dorFod the pure food campaign of Dr.,
racket rcase, suggesting tnat the war ; yiloy an- paVe him a vote of thanks.
had boon over for t.cme time. Mr. t It was resolved also that the state man; Dr. B. F. Sharrard
Hanna is said to have reminded Mr .should appropriate money for state ljns and Ed Bauersfeld
including Ogle county pine for
March, April and May and doubtless
they will vie with each other in mak
ing their month the most attractive.
The committees follow:
March W. B. Mclntyre, chairman:
A. D. Sperry, G. E. Sudlow, Carl Hall
gren and L. F. Cannon.
April Charles E. Johnson, chair-
S. V. Col-
and here is assembled
a charming array of Spring Garments
I!nU tliat the withdrawal of hi nose
from other people s aTairs would in
sure K.--a'er harmony all around. Mr.
Hn'l then batted Hanna on the probos
cis, causing the briRht, red claret to
flow. Siibhe'iuently, four other neigh
bor mn gathered about the Hanna
ir.ar.or houKP sml grouped in regiment
al array, offered to do battle with
said lirTina, who objecting to a battle
royal, requested the light priviletre
'jf rutins one man at a time.
From the '.ooks of the defendant
this rerm!nc, however, it is to be
uri!?(-fl tha' this ourBe of proce
dure ma not followed.
The prisoner was dismissed with a
2' fine suspended over his head,! .
.rig good ucnavior.
ests and that senators and representa
tives be requested to vote for the $60,-'
000 Andrews and Atwood bills now be
fore the legislature.
The Illinois Alfalfa Growers' asso
ciation elected officers as follows:
President A. T. Grout, Winchester.
Secretary H. A. McKeene, Spring
field. Treasurer C. C. Bervier, Sheffield.
MAN ARRESTED FOR
THEFT OF SIDEWALK
Rev. FY. D.J. Leonard of Cambridge,
N. V., uivh a young lady of his parish
was cured (if consumption by Father
Colonel William C. Miles of Warh
I::Mou. I). C. says: "Father John's
Medic ine tsaved my life."
One of my children had bronchitis
from birth. Father John's Medicine
cured her and made her strong. Mrs.
M. McCabe, G;i4 West 4!)th street. New
V 4 MEDICINE 1
Contains n waskonlntf llmulanli
Hmport7 Ionic. It mihti new llHttt,
nil Doctutt ii ia looa aoodlclo It
BUILDS YOU UP
1706 Third Ave.
Note the specials: i
Santa Clara Prunes, pound !
Good Sweet Corn, per can I
Black Walnuts, per peck
Pears, per can
We have a big supply of fancy
Burbank Potatoes, Dakota,
Eerly Obios and Rurals.
. .jars' d with stealing a sectional
sidewalk. Phil Jehnson, an old police
offender, was arraigned this
Jmoniin or, the complaint of J. W.
jWekh. Sir, Twenty-first street, Feb.
IP. ,l!r. Welch produced three storm
: doors from the wood shed and arraag-
ed them in the form of a sidewalk.
That evening they disappeared, to-
May George Davis, chairman; Mor
ris Geismer and J. E. Clarkson.
A feature arranged for Monday
night is a complimentary dancing
party for the club members and the
Buy home of Relay Bros.
For express, call William Trefs. I
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Kerler Rug company for vacuura
cleaning and rug-making.
Our B. B. serge at $33 Is the best
iralue ever offered. J. B. Zimmer's
1 Six per cent farm mortgages.
j & Roberts, People's
Remember that Ralph Stanton has ;
gether with a email tricycle which had "ry.ning to maice your menus, wno ;
b en left ny one of the children. Sub- ! smoke, happy.
pic ion fell upon Johnson, who was ar-' Coal, coal. coal. The Rock Island
rested jfytc-rday. His case has been j Fuel company will deliver to you all
continued until Feb. 20, his bend be- j the best grades of hard and soft coai.
ing fixed at $00. i $1.50 box of nowers for $1 every
Saturday for cash at Hensley Floral
store. Fourth avenue and Twentieth
! Ward & McMahoa will give you
estimates on your . plumbing, steam.
: and hot water heating that will fcave
j you money.
I Fresh spaghetti, olive oil, macaroni,
oranges, extra fine, and bananas, luc
and 15c. at Frank Campana's,
Uunsmore & O'Connell emoke bouse
and biil'.ard parlors, corner of Tweu-
npHE collection of
Spring Suits, Coats,
Waists and Skirts that
arc shown here em
braces a selection which
emphasizes the Gross
man idea of giving the
best for the price no
matter what the price.
Our displays are not
complete for we are
ever buying new goods
and displaying the latest
styles, but this an
with it an assurance
that at no store in the
tri-cities will you find
a more generous array
at this time than here.
Notice to Contractors.
! H ds will be received at the office
:of the major. 9 a. m., March 1, 1913,
j for pavint; Third avenue from the
I west line of Fifteenth street to tli?
jeast liie of Twenty-fourth street and
Eighteenth, street from the south line
of Third avenue to the north line of
Fourth avenue, with brick blocks.
I'laus u:id specifications at office of ' ,
city engineer. Contractor will be paid I
in bonds bearing five per cent inter- j
est. AL bids must be accompanied by j
cash or a certified check in an amount
of 10 per cent of bid.
H. M. SCII RIVER.
President of the board of local im
provements. WALLACE TREICHLER.
City Engineer. (Adv.)
to have you come in
and have your eyes
examined. It costs
nothing and perhaps
we can save you some
No case too compli
cated for us to correct.
WeckePs I J Mm
Phone W. 211
HAMILTON & LEVEY
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$15 to S18
Our customers purchase
them for their style and ser
vice and at the same time
save the middleman's profit
of So to J8 because of our
factory to you plan.
CJotfringManufactdres-Stores mfrmcpal Gt5
HfcNRY THOMAS. Local Mar.
331 llraal, .. lint report
tieth street and Fourth avenue. Every
brand cf good cigars and all kinds of
Wlien you want something gooa you
want it and only the best will d6.
If you buy Gansert's Ajax chocolates
you get it. It is the king of them
all and made by W. L. Gansert.
Mueller Lumber company will en-1
sbie you to build a fine house or barn
. out of the choicest select lumber aud
1 you wiil be surprised and vet pleased
i to learn the low prices they are mak
1 Souders Laundering company at 501
j 503 Twelfth street. This laundry if
(equipped with the very latest modern :
1 machinery, turning out work that is
net surpassed by any laundry in the
Kain & Relnbardt cigar store still
j takes the lead. Most liberally patron
j :zed. Everything in tobacco, cigars
; and smokers' supplies. Man is never
' better satisfied than when smoking
j theiv choice brands,
j 1. S. OHara. flour and feed store.
! is having a big trade on stock and
j poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
j for horses, cattle, bogs, 6heep aCu
; ail kind sot poultry. It makes the
i Lens lay every day.
j The Rock Island Lumber and Manu
j facturing company, lumber and build-
ing material for all purposes, houses,
j barns, granaries. We will give you an
! opportunity to save a big per cent. Let
! u? be of service to you.
j Next new class at Brown's Business
j college will enter Monday, March 3.
; No summer vacation. Enter now and
j be ready for a good position in the
j fall. Send for catalogue. Brown's
I Business college, Rock Island.
I Uath's baKery ana confectionery
I store, the finest in the tri-c;ties.
Bread, cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rolls. They can't be beat. Most peo
ple say they are superior to any home
baking. Let them serve you.
E. E. Lamp, pl'mb'.ns. steam and
hot water heating, gas fitting. His
efficient knowledge of the business
Justly entitles him to your patronage.
His ebop has all modern equipments
Everything in plumbing supplies.
M. R. Iglehart, marble and granite
works, save you the middleman's proi
its. ' From 15 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.
You can depend on the uniform high
quality and satisfying flavor of our
Ajajt chocolates. You will like them
and come back for more. Look for
the name Gansert on every piece.
W are the 'leaders for up-rdate
laundry work. Each shirt fliUhed
by band 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.
Ueid & Bollmaa, 41? Seventeenth
Johnson s Wood try ta not a mere
stain not simply a surface dressing.
It Is a real, deep-seated dye, that goes
I to Cbs very heart of the wood at-.-
Bent color. Johnson's Wood T)y, is
made In 14 standard shades. For sale
by Lercb Greve. 2002-2004 Fourth
Charming does not begin to ex
press the effect of these beautiful
Spring Suits. New models shown in
the new length, carry the two and
four-button effects, with plain tail
ored and semi-tailored backs, skirts
made on inch waist line with tail
ored back and side plaits, finished
with buttons to match. There are
double-breasted and single-breasted
styles, some in serges, whipcords,
others in Bedford cords and shep
herd checks. All the newest fabrics
and shades to choose from.
$9.98 to $37.50
At no season is a waist
more necessary than now.
These new stunning mod
els will delight you, not
because they are so reas
onably priced, but because
they represent styles not
to be found elsewhere ex
cept at prices higher than
Prices range from 67c to $6.98.
Individuality is the keynote in
this first generous and authentic
display of the newest spring styles
in hats. An advanced showing, true,
but you want to be in style and
these hats represent the latest and
most chic models as reproduced
from those worn at the New York
and Chicago automobile shows. The
seasoKjeckons you view and choose
from this exhibition. Tastily trim
med styles are here in profusion for
keen shoppers, and that tomorrow
will see many women here to take
advantage of this first showing is
certain. Prices range $3.00 to $.'?0.00
Smart Clothes r
$ EOoiflBH. Ifliss&s a, Girls.
GROSSMAN LEADS OTHERS F0LU0W
Note the styles pictured above.
Mannish top coat effects, box fitted
three-quarter lengths predominat
ing. Handsomely lined and most
carefully t ailored. Matalasse and
striped eponge models serges and
new striped - tailored cloths ntnv
white and black checks ami coating
The season urges you to make in
stant use of these smart styles for
spring, and that you will no doubt
want to have your coat for this Sun
day, we ask that you visit this store
in the morning.
$8.75 to $31.75
Continued heavy selling
of these favorites which
we featured a few nights
ago at 2.98, show that spe
cials of more than ordin
ary note are here for you.
For street wear during the
next few weeks, these
skirts will meet with vi
instant appeal to all wom
en. Others to $0.98.
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The time is growing short, we will begin to move Monday. Consequently tomorrow, Saturday, will be our great
est removal bargain day. Not alone will profits be sacrificed but in order to make room for the arrival of new goods
for our new place, goods will actually be sold at cost and even below cost.
Flannelettes, in all colors and designs, always sells
at 10c and 12y2c a yard, at less than cost, yard 6c
Toile du Nord dress ginghams, regular 12 y2c per
yard at less than cost, yard 8c
Ladies' waists, in colors, 75c values, less than
cost each 45c
Apron ginghams, for less than cost, per yard. . 5c
Bedspreads, full size, as low as Q2C
Towels, always sell for 20c, special, each . . . I2V2C
Towels, always sell for 25c pair, special, pair I2V2C
Embroidery, sells for 12 y2c yard, special yard. q
Ladies' heavy coats, just a few left $1.49
A few ladies' spring suits, to close them out. . $3.98
Dress goods, all wool material, 56 inch widths,
sale price, yard 29c and 39c
Dress goods, always sell for 50c a yard, at
less than cost, special, yard Qq
Ladies' dress skirts, regular $5 values, price $2.03
Men's heavy fleeced shirts and drawers,
regular 50c values, special, each 3Qq
Ladies' fleeced drawe s and shirts,
regular 25c values, special, each "9c
Ladies' wrappers, only small sizes left,
sale price each 43
One lot of corsets, regular $1.00 values,
sale price, each 53
Taffeta silk petticoat?, $5.00 values,
at less thf- cost, for each $3.00
Ladies' muslin petticoats at less than cost.
Remnant dress goods at a bargain.
In Our Grocery Department
Santa Clans soap, eight bars for 25c
Granulated sugar, 21 pounds for $1.03
Shelled walnuts, per pound 50o
Yeast Foam, per package 3c
Northern potatoes, per bushel 65c
Monarch catsup, large bottle 20s
Rumford baking powder, per pound can 19c
Small navel oranges, per dozen "j 2c
1615-1617 Second 3ve., Rock Island, 13!.
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