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I) II II llOTARG OFF elm u;:z CAR ( Twmhtto CnatH . aaa ;V(kM4 Smlra tttfttn Jaa. 1. ij -caav hi. cBputau . , ; s' :, :-f i " TCyoa Udt eoiuent of Rock Ia laftaxltv official the Tri-Clty Rall- mjf compter vtll curtail arnica a U Elm street line, beginning lu. 1, by taking off one car, which ' to MUmated will MTe the company "proximately $1,000 a month. ' John G. Hnntooa, general nan- . Iter of the company, told The Ar . iw today that the company had tMt filed a petition aiklng pennU Iton for taking off the one car on ' he Elm (treat line, and would not -have filed a petition in any caae, or would it have made a fight aa fc being made in Davenport in caae Jhe Informal request for permisrioa ka4 been denied. According to Mayor Harry M. ut to weatUth etreet to TWrd ' avaaaav thence weet to flfteenta atreet, ovar to Second avenue and back np Second avenue. Under this plan the Long View care would no looser turn over on Twentieth from ! Sixth avenue, hut would continue to Nineteenth etreet ana over w route sow traveled tor the Elm atreet car from Blxta avenue to Second avenue. " The company, however, promises to run a tripper from the factories In the weet end of the city at 5 o'clock in the evening, which would be due at Second avenue and Nine teenth stree: at 6:15 o'clock. This tripper would be to accommodate shop workers who live on the hill, and it was said that the car would run close to the Uoline line. At 6; 45 o'clock in the morning another tripper would make a run from the hill district to the factory district, or, according to uncomplet ed plans, the morning tripper might not run further than Fifteenth street, but in this case a Third ave nue car would be held In waiting to take the workers on to the fac tories. According to the mayor there is no plan on foot to Interfere with the Thirty-eighth street stub Una He Legal Bight Crwa. According to City Attorney J. K. Scott the city has no legal right to th preseat case any cwnsiimeni of service would be ap to tho com mission In case right ' could be grunted for service reduction at all. ' - ' " . However, the city attorney sail that with tacit consent given by the city the case would probably never come np before the utilities commission unless citisens filed complaints. - ' - - HUSBAND GOES; WIFE SUICIDES Slaeteea-Tear-OIo Bride ef Missing Farmer Ends Life by the Poison Baata. ; tArivmr th nnmnajiv ha been fir- IB' the consent of the city officials ! give other than tacit consent to to make a two months' trial of the j the plan of the street car company scheme, but the plan is not to be 1 to reduce service on the Elm street aat Into effect until after the noli-. line. He said that the city bus ro lay rush. The time for beginning : legal right to make an actual de tse. test was set tor the first of the ' cinlon in the case, ft. He pointed out that as in the case ( plans now being worked out con- when residents of the east end of template turning the Elm street the city asked for tripper service gars back at Fifteenth street, in: on the Elm street line and were rtaad of running to the west end of : told by the city that municipal of we city. The mayor said that the flcials had no power to act as the tars might be run over the Long 1 Increase in service was up to the (Tie line tracks from Sixth are-1 state utilities commission, so in h i f. Pontiac, 111., Dec. 10. Mrs. Ber th Emma Wilson. 1 years old, wife of Verne Wilson.' a farmer re siding southeast Of this city, took her own life last evening oy a rins ing a quantity of poison. i Mrs. Wilton's act followed sev eral days of brooding over the dis appearance of her nueoana last Sunday night. He left their home, telling his wife he was going to a neighbor's house. Humor by Wire The Store of Quality C 3i Kansas City, Kan. Lady. Scotch collie, saved the life of her mistress, Mrs. Miry Ogan, invalid, when her home burned. She barked a fire alarm, sUying in the flame filled room until the helpless woman was rescued. TiFVY RKHEARTNG. rhirarn nor 10. Rehearing was '. denied by the circuit court of ap-ii ...l. n William r"Ri Rill"! Hav- i roaiD .w .. a.. .wu. v n - ' I m-nA loader nf thp Indnstrial I Workers of the World, and 93 co defendants, convicted some time ago for violation of the espionage act and conspiracy to obstruct the selective draft. 11113 WEST SECOND STREET DAVENPORT. IOWA, 'l Davenport's Foremost Millinery Department ' Si X Sugar, per pound 10 pounds.;. .0..V.' Large Pet .......i....l4c Small Pet "e Large Dundee ...... ,.14 Small Dundee ......... Je 4 cans Corn . ..60 4 cans Peas . .' .S0c 4 cans Tomatoes . .....Mt 4 cans Baked Beans . .SOe Mixed Nats, lb. ...... ,.88e Filberts, lb. 22e English Walnuts, lb. . .32c -V 10c 98c COKPOPH0 3 tall Hebe, ...SOe 3, tall Caroline ........ 0e Small Caroline :.8e 3 lbs. Oatmeal ..Me 3 lbs. Rice Sit t lbs'. Navy Beans ....15c 2 lbs. Lima Beans 36e 3 Fels Naptha Soap ...24c 3 P. & G. Soap S4e 3 Olive Cream 24e 10 lbs. Yellow Corn Meal, fresh ground, 5 lbs. Yellow Corn Meal, fresh ground . 5 lbs. White Corn Meal, fresh ground . . 10 lbs. Old Fashioned Buckwheat 5 lbs. Old Fashioned Buckwheat . . . . . . 49 lb. sack Ceresota Flour ........ ..42c . .23c ..24o ..72c . .39c .-.,,.......$2.55 REAL SPECIAL Peanut Brittle or Squares, lb. . ....... 25c Florida Oranges, per dozen 25c 1810 Second Avenue Who Cots (he High Cost of Living a. Go Our Price On Necetsities-B ;tter V iflt Our Store and Sate " " -r -y-s . Grocery Money ? . -;v . ;'; " z BACON la-pound v tin ........... $2.75 V ROAST BEEF v Per Cue. M.0. . CORNED BEEF 29c Per Dozen, Mij. - Corned Beef Hash Z. -I: : : 20c Per Dozen, 2J0. Na. 2 en, ' .QC 3 cans for Otli CORNED BEEF - Ne. 6 a- rl olJo Per Dozen, J15.7S. ,' can TOMATOES ian 16c PINEAPPLE r0?.:;:...:..;: SL2D CORNZD DEEFit Ko. 2 q tin OoC Per Dozen, $!.. PORK AND BEANS No. 2 1A. 1UC Gallon can ... JAM : . . S1.95 CCrFEE v a pounca fi for ,: New Faille Silk - and Cire Hats $5.00 $7.50 $10.00 $15.00 AlbCirey Satin and Far, Brocade Satinf Brocade Fur & eoOeetfam of tmnsnallT smart and beeomingr arrl(s mflliru RPV tKf la tm nn Inst irnwl t tj; j ! J m .W.J MW W wuv 1U W1U 1CHU1 VI IflOJllUU. 1U11UU turbans, off-the-face models, slashed brims, novelty close Flttino; effects and sailors trimmed with for, pins and novelty KS&menta. The variety of colors and- combinations is prac tically unlimited. - v Special Clearance of S All Velvet Hats I $7.50 fhis event !s one of the most drastic reduction sales of high rrade Millinery of the season. Included will be found about SO beautiful new Hats of velvet, brocade, metal cloth and lets styles suitable for street and evening wear, in shapes for the Miss or the Matron. We urge early selection, and all tales must be final. There will be no exchanges and no re funds. : 1. Ml I atu. i iii I ! I 1 I , J ll H I i ' " W I T I Stock is m, Satnrtsy I L 5rVlX . DAYENDORT. I A J -J" -I , ..... . . i it n 2 uv v - r?w n -ztt w hv k I MnF Make Your Selection Now At Shallene Bros. ' 1 Morning sale of trimmed and untrimmed Hats. Every Hat a great value. All sizes and 1" f( colors cpXaUll New Velvet, Beaded, and Leather Bags The Ideal Christmas Gift All new styles and colors. Prices range from I S2.98 S50.00 Surprise "Wifie" on Christmas morning There is nothing that will please "wifie" more on Christmas than some thing new for the home. With this idea in mind we have arranged manv practical presents, the kind that will give years of satisfaction. Make it a point to come in and look around before you decide. The arti cle! tasted below will help her with her work the coming year. The Hoosier Cabinet will save her steps. The Electric Sweeper will give her time for pleasure. The Peninsular Coal and Gas Stove make cooking easy. The Sewing Basket or Stand keeps sewing in place. The Free Sewing Machine will pay for itself. . The Sewing Machine Motor makes sewing easy. The Washing Machine will make wash day brighter. e Cheney Talking Machine will please the family. Buy now. Small payment and balance in 30 days and you save 10 to 20 percent Shop early. , Shallene Bros. ' BIG STOVE SALE NOW GOING ON The most complete line of Peninsular Combination Coal and Gas Range?, Cast Ranges, Gas Ranges and Heaters, we have ever had the opportunity of placing before our trade is now on display in our stove department to be closed out REGARDLESS OF COST. We invite you to attend this BIG SALE.. The special feature of the event will be a demonstration on the justly renowned and world-famous Penin sular Combination Coal and Gas Range A Christmas Gift Suggestion Mother or wife can't help but feel like working around the kitchen rVn shs has constantly before her eyes a beautiful Blue or Gray Peninsular All Porce lain Combination Range for Coal or Gas. Boys club together and get HER this most wonderf j' at the very moderate prices in effect during-this sale. 'I r.hrio"" gift3 :- 12 Shop Save yourself by doing your Chriatmas shopping early. It will make the day happier and brighter. Laying At ShaUene's Means A Good Deal Simmons Beds . ri i u ii u ii i -ii Mil LlifE S c 3 Where Fashion Reigns C TftVCQ FfOWlTlloc 1320-22-24 Fifth Avenu MoHni "' Whittall :s ; : Rue Shop Save yourself' by doing yciur ClriMn.r.s shcpp.n.' early. It will n day '..ajipler ac l blotter. iTllil'illlni'ia'ill'iillllllllil'ff'lllllll.BILBllJ'Illliill iI3iZIiiZ!lv!!iI! MWimrr TW3BI L.-J,ui,inmm.,.lilill.i.,il:. l.-m.; ., .mmil 1,111 111 . r..,t. . ... - .-u 1 rt '