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QUARREL ENDS IN M.T.m.T.mj.i.M.i ;.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.i.Li.i.!.i.i.M.i.i i m M M l.ri.TMM f M.ll i l-n.i e.t.i.ii.i.u i i t a t n m.muu.xmm.xmi. m , ,W , ,, , : Try our Chicken Dinners Oj iX.f e,ocoanut tfonDans idcid. Served Just to your liking In th handsomest dining room In the slate. Service is polite and attentive. 11 to 2. Fifth Fl.or The regular 20c quality In chocolate, strawberry and vanilla Cavers. Take home a pound tomorrow to eat during Sunday. First Floor Blood Poison follows Injury Sustained by Mrs. Sadie Ber ry at Husband's Hands. Great sale of handkerchiefs Qtmc r.r.w7 rfrvirirf 0 THE ROCK ISLAJJD ARGUS. FRIDAY, NOVE3IBER 29, 1912. nrt 5i ( w lwT KA.JL Ik? iivw Ctrl W U 1 J Blood poisoning presumed to have been caused by being struck on the bead with an Iron skillet wielded by her husband, Ira O. Berry, a month azo In Mollne, resulted in the death of Mrs. Sadie Berry this morning at 1:80 o'clock at St. Anthony's hospi tal. Mrs. Berry was taken to the hospital immediately after the quar rel but ber condition gradually grew worse until her death. Mrs. Berry came to Rock Island at out five weeks ago with ber husband and bad been residing with ber step son, Arthur Berry, 718 Tenth street. Ttf quarrel in which she received the wound which caused her death, oc curred several days after coming here. Ft llowing the quarrel the husband left end is supposed to be working in Pochelle, 1T1, where the couple former ly resided. Mrs. Berry was born April 2, 1873, in Fulton county. Ill, where she spent her early childhood. Jan. 29, 186, r.ho was united in marriage to Ira O. Prry. The couple moved to Rock Inland about eight years ago, where they resided up until recently where then moved to Rochelle, 111., removing ataln to Rock Island about five weeks aro. Surviving are a step son, Arthur Ber ry, ber mother, Susan McOawn, and one sinter, Mrs. A. Hoy, of Iowa. Coroner Rose is conducting an ln veptlgatlbn and an inquest will prob acy be held. 'H GENTLEMEN! Don't Wait Until the Xmas Bush Begins to Buy Necessary Apparel. M. K. ARE BETTER PREPARED TO SERVE YOU NOW. The Bargain Basement Bought a manufacturer's samples 800 dozen, at savings from l3 to y. Being samples, naturally they are the very best handkerchiefs that the manufacturer could produce. There are men's, women's and children's, and the low prices to gether with the assortment make this an exceptional chance to save money on Christmas handkerchiefs. They will go. out by the dozens at these prices. ones; soft 5c 10c ones in woven plaids and checks, some have colored borders; others with hem- J"., edges 3C 19c ones in embroidered patterns, or hemstitched edge with 1 ft embroidered corners Avis 25c embroidered and hemstitched ones, some have plain white centers with embroidered edges 35c ones in sheer materials with dainty lace edge, also embroidered edges and corners 15c 19c 29c and 35c all linen ones with em broidered corners and imitation of hand Filet lace edge 22c 39c Duchess handkerchiefs with embroidered borders and 9sf scalloped edges LoKj 6F.c and 75c Duchess handkerchiefs with eyelet embroiderdy Qf and hemstltcbed edges ouo 50c initialed ones; six in a bor; three styles Initials and embroidery; box fancy 33c Men's 10c plain white finish; hemstitched and colored borders Men's plain white all linen ones, with woven stripes and b ruer, also hemstitched "I ft i edges 1UC Men's 25c Flaxon handkerchiefs. with blue, green, lavender and pink borders; each .. Children's fancy handkerchiefs, dif ferent subjects. Red Riding Hood, Mother Goose, Humpty M Dumpty, Brownies, etc., each . . "C 19c Y6 to 72 unaer price You may pick out any suit in our stock and be sure of saving at least one-third, and in most cases one-half, and there is not one un desirable style among them. The most fashionable cloths, and the most wanted colors are included. Every suit is made in that splen did manner characteristic of all Ilarned aud Yon Maur garments. Pick yours tomorrow. $15, 16.50 and -f A 18.50 suits for 4-&A $22.50 and $25 T- suits for $27.50, 30 and (tOfl $35 suits for 9J $40, 45, 50 and (TOT $60 suits for 4J $75, $80 and $100 suits for 43 J Plain tailored suits of wool cheviot in navy and black. Coats are made in the best possible manner (TO CbPZ throughout. A value that will not soon bo lO equaled at the price wo Third Floor Now that the excitement and pleas ure Incident to Thanksgiving day ar. passed, it Is time to turn serious at tention to one's necessities In apparel. Very poor Judgment Is shown by those mho wait until Christmas la at band to purchase what they want, for they get poorer selection in everything, tl.ey got poorer store service due to the number of people who are foolish enough to wait so long. , Especially is this true of the cloth ing department where it is almost lm p'jsnlhle to re-order or duplicate suits or coats, which have proven very pop ular. Selection in this line must be early. It Is true that M. 4. K. always try to buy only patterns and fabrics' vhlch will prove to be th best sellers, but we are not infallible forecasters. Our assortment is always large, and itasouable, however, both as to fabric, dtblgn. color and price. SuiU in all futirlcs, colors and designs range in price from $12.00 to $35.00 with spe cial values at $16 00, $18 00 and Cloth- craft No. 4130 blue serge at $18.60. 1 til-no suits include those made by Gar- son. Meyer & Co., Hart, scnarrn.r ana Marx. Clothcfaft and Society Brand manufacturers. The overcoats are made by the same leading tailors, their values are excel lent and are made up in all desirable fairies and models Worumbo Chln cMllus, Kerseys, Meltons, Chester f'.ilils. Montenacs, Sheltons, plain box coats, form fitting garments, 62-inch convertible collar coats, and tourist l.rl; rd and half belted In the rear c utB. Prices range from $12.60 to. J t .'. o.i w ith especial values for $17:00 uj.i: $1S1'0. If you want to purchase Christmas r fix in the line of furnishings, it is tiuvisabU- to come now. It's not too i.irly to buy assortments are more (mil't'1 service Is better, and prices r.- Junt wh,ere they will remain. There's no incentive to wait until the la.t minute. Think of the clerks, then ft llu the Golden Rule, "Do Unto Oth er, as You Would Have Others Do l'i to you " Come into the M. ft K. now. and got what you need or want in Unrivaled sale' of dress goods for If genuine savings on thoroughly reliable dress goods count for anything with those who are planning new dresses, suits and coats, these next three days Saturday, Monday and Tuesday will witness some lively dress goods selling. The qualities are GOOD; the patterns and colors are STYLISH, and at these prices the values are UNSURPASSED anywhere. days We have the best lighted dress goods and silk department to be found it is flooded with daylight even on a dark day and every woman knows the im portance of good light in selecting colors. Being on the second floor, the sur roundirigs are quiet and restful selections can be made undisturbed. Come expecting sensational bargains, you will not be disappointed. 1 $1.25 wool cheviots, 79c yd Because of their warmth and weight these lend themselves particu larly to the present styles of coats. Come In , wistaria, garnet, green,- navy and brown. 42 and 46 Inches wide. 59c shepherd checks, 45c pattern as popular for children's Kite checked half-wool materials. Many dresses as these black and w like them for waists. 44 inches wide 85c silk&wool plaids, 65c Beautiful, rich plaids in navy, brown, wistaria and red. These col ors are always becoming to girls, and make handsome waists for women wanting a change from plain colors. 38 inches wide. 75c gray wool taffeta, 59c The patterns are dainty small checks and neat stripes. These make charming waists and dresses, and many elderly women buy them for house dresses. Splendid qualities. 42 inches wide. $1.25 storm, serges, $1.09 Because of their excellent service-giving qualities these are much favored for dress skirts and street dresses. Hair-line striped pat - terns in the fashionable reds, navy and brown. $1.00 novelty cloths, 79c There are also panaroas and storm serge weaves at this price. Any of these make up beautifully In tailored suits. Lovely shades of brown, green, wistaria and red. 48 inches wide. $1.25 whipcords, $1.05 yd. At this same price we are offering regular $1.25 invisible striped serges in blue, brown, tan, wlBtarla, garnet and Copenhagen. Nothing better for tailored suits. 54 inches wide. $1.75 diaogonals,$1.37 yd 66 inches wide in navy, red. brown, tan and black. Also 54-inch two tone whipcords in such charming combinations as black with brown or blue or red. Favorite materials for tailored suits. $2.25 whipcords, $1.87 yd. A coat made from these will be both stylish and warm. The color range Includes black, brown, navy and Copenhagen. Come from one of America's leading weavers. 54 inches wide. $2.50 whipcords, $1.95 yd. woven Satin Splendid examples of the weaver's ekill. Firm and closely with the fullest., possible amount of service in every Inch. finished and come in black, navy and Copenhagen. s $1 Novelty suitings, 63c yd A wide variety of tasteful patterns In the season's best shades tan, brown, navy, red, mode and wl6tarla. Every yard of these is strict ly all wool. All are 42 inches wide. 48c wool challies, 42c yd. Strictly all wool imported Challies in beautiful patterns on both light and dark grounds. Just the thing for waists and winter house dresses. All of them are 27 Inches wide. Children's day in Toyland Kidney Trouble Causes Lame Back I am pleased to say a good word f r Pr Kilmer's Swamn-Root as I was H The great display of Toys and Dolls on the sixth floor is sure enough "joy- land for the little folks. e extend a heartv invitation to them and to their Cf v-tnwswtr .1 can nil 4 Vi r vrrin orfnl 4-Viinrra 1oot (W A fionfo Plniic hoc TiTo pared for this year's distribution toys from all the toy making countries. Humpty Dumpty Sets Rocking Horses Dolls Stuffed Animals Velocipedes Doll Tables Boats and Airships Coaster Wagons Doll Chairs Horses and Wagons Electrical Trains Doll Beds SL25 kid bodv dolls with jointed knees. SDecial. 98; Sixth Floor r-. - - ' lV,"Tivi,iYiTivi,iTiimrmvm 1.50 corsets 95c (Like picture) The makers of our famous Nadla Corsets furnished us with these at a special price so that we could give our patrons an extra ordinary bargain. They faithfully follow fashion's latest ideas. Med ium low bust, long hips and are lace trimmed. All sizes from 18 to 26. Two pairs of hose supporters. 4th fir, t I iMul :: .Ml I Pyrography, wood to burn Many improvements and the addition of new ideas has brought about a renewed interest and a keener fascination in the art of wood burning. Besides the entertainment which it furnishes, it provides a means of making innumerable artistic and inexpensive Christmas gifts. One feature is the addition of scroll work. This necessitates the cut ting out of the article before burning. In the new sets the rubber bulb is done awty with, thus leaving one band free while burning and the heat of the needle can be regulated at will. Sets are 98c We have an extensive assortment of articles to burn panels, frames, racks, mirrors, boxes, tabour ettes and the like. Bargain Square 2 " Window DisDlar H See IVITITr'riTTTrtTITITI'i'lTrTTi'l'riTVl'TT tbe way of clothing, furnishings' or Fifth precinct or district County shoes. jail building. When yoiithlnk of Christmas pres- j Sixth precinct or district 1434 Sev ents thick of the M. &. K. (Adver- i entb avenue. tUement.) ILECTION NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that on tmui U'd for a year or more with my: maay. me lotn day of December,! kidneys and annoying symptoms. My ' ls"ll ln tb city of Itock island, in the 1-ioMier adv!d me to try 8wamp-; unty of Rock Island and state of II-1 Hot 1 took several bottles of this'1001. election will be held for the remedy with excellent results. At th. purpose of submitting to a vote to' time Swamp-Root was recommended tb. electors of said city, an ordinance to n my condition was such that I , entitled '"An ordinance granting per-j fo.it.d It an effort In stooping or bend-1 n-Uslon to the Tri-City Automatic; irk- and in attending to my dutie. as ' Home Telephone company, its success-1 V.ttii ,t of the $1 99 Store at 122 Main ot- or assigns, to construct, Ht Kvansvllle. Ind. Very truly yours. J. E.ALVET. CI 9 Walnut St., Evansvllle, Ind. fulmcribcd and sworn to before me, tr: Zlt day of December. 1911. Edward A. Torch. Notary Public. lr. hllmrr A Cm, HlaakaatluB, Jt. V. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You. Send to Dr. Kilmer ft Co, Bing ham ton, N Y for a sample bottl. It 1U convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable Informa tion, telling all about th. kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure an mention the Rock Island Daily Argus. Popular 50-cent and $1 site bottles for sale at ail drug stores. (Advertisement.) Maintain and operate a telephone ex change and other electric signals, and time clocks ln the city of itock Is land. Ill, and for that purpose to build conduits, erect poles, place cables, wires and xtures therein and thereon and connect the necessary ap pliances and apparatus therewith and Seventh precinct or district 1101 Fifteenth street. Eighth precinct or district 1912 Iblrd avenue. Ninth precinct or district Trinity parish house. Nineteenth street and Sixth avenue. Tenth precinct or district Twenty Sf cond street hose house. Eleventh precinct or district Coorge L. Schmid's store, 821-623 ;entieth 6treet. Twelfth precinct or district Twenty-sixth street hose bou6e. Thirteenth precinct or district Rear 2700 Seventh avenue. Fourteenth precinct t or district- SC32 Fifth avenue. Fifteenth preclcnt or district Pet trton's carpt-nter shop, rear 4425 Sixth avenue. Sixteenth t reel net or district Gan non's paint fhop, Fourteenth avenue. GOLD MEDAL FOR CAPTAIN ROSTRON dent Taft has approved the choice of the fine arts commission for the de sign of the medal, which was the work of John Flanagan of New York City. i Rntwxjn TtilMvlohth mnA Thtt-tw- maintain th. same through, under, ; nJntn 6treeU over and along the streets, avenues, al-; Seventeentn preclnct or itatrict- u aua oiuer puuuc places in saia city," and also at said election another ordinance entitled "An ordinance cre ating the office of superintendent of atrworks and nitration." Tb. polling place, for this election will be as follows: First precinct or district 41t fourth avenue. Second precinct or district 7C2 Second avenue. Third precinct or district 919 Sixth atenue. Fourth precinct or district 924 Ninth street. precinct 1)34 Thirtieth street Which election will be opened at 7 I o'clock in the morning and continue i open until 6 o'clock in the evening of that date. Dated at Rock Island, 111., this 19th day of November, 1912. M. T. RUDGREN. City Clerk. APPLES 1 APPLES! APPLES! Go to La Bin's orchard, three miles south of Milan for your winter apples. tAd vertisement.) i - COUNTY PRISONERS ENJOY A BIG FEAST Thanksgiving day was an occasion lc-hg to be remembered at the county jail yesterday, and the prisoners sat down to one of the biggest feasts of tLeir lives. After they had eaten to tbeir heart's content, the men gave , tbiee rousing cheers for Sheriff lirun-l er and Deputy Siemcn. The menu : T.ab as follows: i Oysters, celery, roast chicken with1 dressing, mashed potatoes with brown ' gravy, cranberry sauce, miiice pie and coffee. COAL WAGON BREAKS DOWN; DELAYS CARS One of the Frazer Coal company wagons broke down in the car ixacks this morning at 8:30 o'clock on Third avenue between Eighteenth and Nine teenth streets, delaying strjiet car ser vice for about 20 uiuules. The wheels on one eide of the wagon had caught on the inside of one of the rails and t when the driver endeavored to turn out of tho track the wheels spread precipitating the heavy wagon load of coal to the pavement. Appleat Apples.l lutit received, a lot of fancy box apples, to lie fuil at once, at Die drich's. (Advertisement.) Captain A. H. Roctrea. Captain A. H. Rostron of the Cun ard liner Carpathla, whose heroic ser vices in saving the survivors of the Titanic disaster last April resulted in bis being given a purse of $10,000 by New York citizens, is to receive a gold n.cdal soon from Uncle Sam. Presi- West End Club Shoots. High scores were made at the Thanksgiving day shoot of the West i End Gun club which was held yester day afternoon on the range at Watch Tower. The shoot was well attended. The next shoot of the club will be held a week from next Sunday. Croup is most prevalent during th. dry cold weather of the early winter months. - Parents of young children should be prepared for It. All that is needed is a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many mothers are never without It In tbeir homes and it has never disappointed them. Sold by all druggists. (Advertisement.) All th. A s all tb am Tb. Argus. Gold .Pish Free We will give away absolutely FREE until Dec. 5, 2 gold fish and globe with every purchase of Rexall Pearl Tooth Powder See Window Display. Thomas Dru 1630 Second Avenue gCo.