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rR&AifTIEMtOCR BLAND AEGU& APRIL 16, 1920.
;::::eco;:bert cp gkils'club ; to be offered rile Crw t Fmeit Prograa at Local Collefe To. ; - ; , - Bight ' - The Oriole club of Augustan rfli preaent its annual borne con- atrt umicbt as the fifth number on 'J?l Aujusuna lyceum course. 'net nve Ju8t Tturned from their imati tour and are prepared to 'oSer niost entertaining evening. Mtoi Georgia Nettles is the dl ' ffctor and Miss Regiua Holmen is the accompanist ot the organiza- j 'The members of the club are as S '"first sopranos Margaret Sea ton Marion Anderson, Katherine Nelson, Helen Morehead. Ebba 'Ctrlon- Minnie Nelson, Elisabeth Olmsted. . Second sopranos Marion Mag- mson, Almeda Bohman, EBther Peterson, Lydia Anderson, Marie Wickstrom. ; Pjr,t gitos Marie Carlson, Es 'thena Randolf, Margaret Franing, Helene Tborson, Blanch Scarle, Eu nice Youngert. Second altos Alfild Rydbeck, Uom Westerlund, Ruth Anderson, Mildred Blomgren. The club is recognized as the foremost girls' glee club of the ,niddle west, and it is a rare op 1 ...tunitv for music lovers to hear Tha lnral rolleee is Justly proud of the Oriole club, and they 5rlll prove one of the foremost at tractions on this year's lyceum . series. 17 "Longest Bar In World" Has Reincarnation- Nmv The Finest Billiard Parlor "Thr longest bar in the world,-' where crena hum n lha Ansir hortlv hefn tha ... , John Barleycorn and which became a morgue for his unlucky bones. win swing open its doors at 11 o'clock Saturday morning, in proof that metamornhoaia not annthiis. Uon, ia Um law of life. At that hour the Lewis brothers, proprietors of the Brunswick bil liard parlors at Third Nineteenth street, will open their eswDiisnment to the public, and the buildinr which has KtnnH nn- OCCUDied Since it wan rlnuwl in the spring oi 1V18, because of being within the half-mile zone of the Rock Island arsenal, will min assume the lustre of life. Glasses will clink as of yore, it is promised, although with contents milder than in the days of the ro bust John B. Merrymakers will be as numerous, though possibly l3s hilarious, and the click of balls will take the place of the audible jubila tions of revelers in the Omarian juice. As for the "longest bar,' where they held the wake of the late lamented John, it, too, is seem ingly cast into the limbo. The building was rented from the owner, A. W, Billburg, by the Lewis brothers last January and work was begun in February on im provements and the adding of fa cilities for ' the present purposa, with the uiew of satisfying the de mands, not only of convenience, but of art. There were 15 billiard and po.il I tables installed, at a cost of 1800 leach. The table are ot solid ma hogany inlaid with mother of pearl. All their equipment is of the bea. Three electric light globes, , over i each table, suspended from the crtl jing by gold fixtures, contribute to jthe brilliant effect of the interior. ; A complete ' luncheonette ' and fountain eaninment rvmni th front of the building, with steam i tables, refrigerator and counter i service. Hot meals as well as j everything in the way of ices ana (soft drinks will be served here. a cumpieie line oi toDacco sup plies and candies will be carried. Show cases of mahogany contain ing these emphasize the plan of the proprietors, to have all facilities and equipment de lue. This note dominates the establishment. Ceiling and walls, redecorated, are : cream - and brown, with frescoing in these and brighter tones harmonising with the dull ' cording to the proprietors. ' to 1917. More recently, with Tom nncit of the lower walls. . The managers. John. Tom ' and i Lewis, be : conducted billiard par The flooring alone cost . 11,500, ! Theodore Lewis, are former tri-tlors at, Ottumwa.. Theodore Lewis ; rMTEmo. mf You get absolute nrotectMij - der our automobile Insurance Iv and the entire cost of redecorat-' citv men. John Lewis conducted I has : been proprietor of. .. grocery icy. Lawyer A Main. Phone jL I. ing and equipment was $00,000, ac- J an establishment here from UU store and billiard parlor in Mollne.j 438. , , v jt (5 l.r.i j Daveanort. Iowa: Roe k Islaad and Mollne, IlL Cnveet sbaea IW Mea mm Wosmw At Fortberg'g Walk Over Boot Shop 414 Fifteenth Street. Helta Dr. Seboll's Foot Comfort Scr vice for (Tea and rTomen McCobe's for Silks "McCabgV for Dress Goods IT Saturdaythe Final Day for Silks Our 5-Day sale of Silks and Dress Goods has been the most successful sale we have ever had in this department Every customer has been a satisfied patron and have told their friends of our wonderful collection of desirable silks. L , . - ". .. '.' ' We will close this sale in a blaze of success by adding even greater values for Saturday, the Jast day of the sale. Silks that are just the kind you are going to want for spring and summer. Dress goods as well will be featured for the final wind-up at prices that will surprise you. Style and quality also recommend these wonderful materials. v t See other ad announc ing special Saturday bargains. Come Early Some Quantities are Limitea ROCK, ISLAND, ILL. JSiS3S'!si& We have employment; i for several thoroughly ex perienced saleswomen. ; K. I. Clean Towe. Service. fnouii B. I. 2438. ' Tri-City Tovel Svpply company. Davenport 934. ', We rent vacuum cleaners. Free delivery service. Leittaner-Weishar, 1811 Third avenue. Phone R. I. 1599. INYESTHUTI0X. ' li will be to your interest to in-! vestigate our automobile insur-; net. It is different. We believe j it is better. Lawyer & Main. State i Bank building. Phone R. I. 432. WHY .1 SSBBSBJBJSBSBBBaaw I 9. is the cost of living so ' high BECAUSE You Haven't Yet Tried BARTER tas Kim Stoke I 1923 Ninth Street j 1 A, f BELIEVE ME R0CK ISLAND BREwTnG CO. OCK ISLAND, be received at the of- of F. k. Rhoad3. Robinson Rock Island. III., up to 2 k p- m- Thursday, April 22, ls20, for the ttU snDAT - BERXACir it stands at the corner of -wm.im snivel, aiivi rum "emie. Roik Island. A reason- lime will be allowed for uttmg it down and removing material from the site. Bids win also be revived for p.!Jzin8 ot the "wilding : leav- we lumber and material on ground in good conditioa. .! 8ht 18 Tesenred to reject "J or all bids. Tabacle salvage com mittee. April 14, 1920." Simon & Landauer Davenport WHAT YOUNG MEN "Satisfaction" Is Now Ouf Business OUR business isn't just the selling of clothes; it's the business of satisfying you in clothes; giving you what you want and feel you should have and finally, giving your money back if we don't do these things. We'll show you mil the nhe careful, critical attention to A the details of Clothes which is the characteristic of young men is a very good thing for the clothing business; it keeps us "up on our toes"to have the right thing. We have it. The finest designers and tailors in the world produce Yorkshire and Hart, Schaffner and Marx clothes ; they know the right thing in style; they produce it; they put all wool fabrics and best tailoring back of it. new ideas, simple, natural lines that real design artistry has given distinction. Men's and Young Men's Suits. Saturday $45 Men, you never saw better values better fabrics better styles. In fact they are worth fully 50 more today. You will recognize our buying ability at once in these extraordinary clothes styles for men and young men; all sizes. Be .sure to see these suits $4-5 tomorrow at the special price of - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Spring Top-Coats and Rain-Coats WE'RE showing some very fine ones; new ideas in styles and fabrics in shower-proof over coats, made specially for us by Hart, Schaffner & Marx; gabardines and other rain-proof coats. Just the thing for this season of the year. $35, $40, $45 to $65. Brogue Oxfords, $15 THEY'RE the correct style for spring in oxfords; theyre practical; good toe room, which means greater comfort; fine all leather calfskifi in the new J1 C shade of brown at - - - w0 Manhattan Shirts YOU'LL like the new patterns and rich col ors in the new Manhattan shirts for spring. Come in tomorrow and pick yours while they're fresh fl 1 C tovj.v and new Davenport's Greatest Hat Store YOU'RE sure to find the hat that suits you best at the price vou want to pay. Hats from the world's finest makers every Hock, every shade, every size ranging in price from $5 to $12 New cloth hats $5 and $7. Wash Suits for the Little Tots Opening displays of . the summer styles MOTHERS will be interested in this opening showing of . wash togs. Here are the latest styles in suits for boys from 2 to 10' rWunfcv rnkvr combinations Lwith fancy collars and cuffs; Middies, Oliver Twists ana otner , new styles $2.50 to $7.85 at - Specials Tomorrow in rhe Subway Rockford Sox 19c Collar attached, blue cham bray Shirts $1.00 75c Police Suspenders 50c $5 Work Pants $3.95 Black Hose, 6 pairs .$1.00 TAN rubberized raincoats ; ce mented and sewed seams; special value ; , fl?Q Cjl "y W rffl A Word About Neckwear THE next time you buy a tie make up your mind that you're going to get something different; a tie that adds to your per sonality instead of an ordi nary necktie. . V.'e buy thrm that way original, exclusive weaves and colorings; in fart vreve just received souie new ones Cepyrieht 1919, Hart SchaSr.;r L -Mar:, Wash Suits, $1.95 OLIVER Twist suits in fancy shades; solid blue pants with, blue striped waist; tans, greys and green combinations. You 11 want feveral of them $1 QK at jSSmpiv arvcL L VBvemwti lows. Young Men's Caps TATE'VE collected a wonderful variety of the finest woolens from both, honie and, abroad, -that .we're had tailored into cajis tor yousg :r.ea. Kiao Scotch tweeds, caiiiei's hair.-' .hecks, plaid.-. .ta tone mixtures ani solid eJitrdcs. I'ritod Iroa II to $5. -, ' ' : i r ... ,:'t - ii