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The Rock Island Argus and daily union. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1920-1923, April 22, 1920, Image 9

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jHmplt Onraalsatiea Aerieer?
. -frifi ef Former Service Jf en
Ckwwi Toalght. '
Mrenport't new National Guard
t(tillWy organitation is ready for
.. .n'ixtmenL At a meeting
Jf ui
of if backers of the new unit at
th Davenport Commercial club to
Scht, a permanent advisory board
f former serrlce men will be pick
ad to work with the civilian com
iittee which ia enthusiastically
kMstiag the new battery.
Oflees of the battery were open
a ta the FWth street armory yes
terday with Harry Ward In charge.
HH-fc. were ready to enlist 12
nta tor the new organization.
Monday evening the backers met
ud took the initial steps which will
Molt in giving Davenport its or
naisstion and Incidentally the bat
JUlon headquarters of the Iowa
Odd artillery.
John A. Cosgrove was named
efcglnun, Ed Ruhl, vies chairman;
Harry Ward, secretary treasurer;
tad the following were made mem
iert of the executive committee:
Edward McCoy, R. S. Trnitt, Othel
Kendall Harold Briceland. Arthur
Ruhl, Victor Maehr. William J.
Layden, Charles R. Rockefeller,
Harry Hecscjen, jerry uwi,
jobs Malloy and George Gilbert
The meeting was addressed by
Colonel Perry and Major Ward of
tie V. S. A. recruiting office here,
who promised the backers of the
new battery every assistance In
securing enlistments.
Here is the battalion lineup,
.-bued on a letter giving the tables
of organization, received by Mr.
Ward from Adjutant General Lash
er today:
1 major.
1 captain adjutant.
1 battalion sergeant major.
1 color sergeant Bn. supply
3 batteries consisting of 1 cap
tain, 2 first lientenants, z sec
ond lieutenants and 126 enlist
ed men each and combat train
of which one of the second
lieutenants shall be in com
mand, x
' Battery Enlisted Strength
1 nrst sergeant.
6 sergeants.
13 corporals.
2 buglers.
22 privates, first class.
62 privates.
Combat Train
1 aisss sergeant.
1 supply sergeant
1 stable sergeant ;
1 chief mechanic
2 hcrseshoers.
1 mechanic.
1 laddler.
S eooks.
4 privates.
Total. . -;.'r :::;V
Equipment f
4 "5 m. guns. .
6 caissons.
1 battery wagon.
1 storage wagon.
1 reel cart telephone.
22 horses and horse equipment
111 pistols.
1U rounds 3 in. ammunition.
284 rounds 28-10 ammunition.
Sanitary Detachment
1 captain, medical.
1 lieutenant
6 enlisted men.
1 motor ambulance. . ,
street lata Wednesday afumnnn
Hot death was da to a complica
tion of diseases mad serious by
ner aareacea ate.
- mas Ball was turn In ' IWUm
Gaw Jan. 3, 1849. removing to Iowa
uiiy, wwai in isaa. Tfie greaUr
part of bar lite was apent at that
place, the deceased making ber
residence here since late last De
cember. She la Snnriveri hv har nWa Mm
Davie. The remains will be sent to
iowa city lor burial there Satur
day. ....
Mrs. Cathertae Haller.
rtn i - . v,.. .
v " uhm luwusiupB pioneer
residents waa called by death yea-
icruay morning when Mrs. Cather
ine Haller. aged 88 years, answer
ad the final summons at her home
Deceased came to America from
uermany in 1871. locating almost
directly in Zuma township. She
resided there until ber death. Her
husband paased away 12 years ago.
She is survived by two sons, Dave
Haller of 'Zuma and G. G. Haller
or Wayne county, Nebraska. Fu
neral service will be beld Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock t th. r.
Hill chureb. Interment will be in
ine Kose Mill cemetery at Zuma.
Licensed to Wed
Ira. Charles A. Walters.
Mrs. Charles A. Walters, 80 years
14, died at her home, 1305 Four
teenth street f A-rtn thi.
. 1 ..WW utviuiug
pom loss of blood due to Internal
"norrnages. She had been suf
na from nicer of the stomach
w several years.
Mrs, Walters, formerly Miss
Josephine Mary Tillmont. was born
DSC, I. 1RS1 In V. .....
waere she spent the greater part of
- me. &ne was married to
Charles A. Walters 35 years ago.
and Mrs. Walters came to Hock
Jad 12 years ago from Water
s', N ,T- and Blnc tore resided
a this city.
WaIterB aa a member of
St Joseph s church and prior
hw illness took an active part
U all church work.
J?" 18 "arrived by the widower,
"""a-uiers, miss Grace Walters
V Chicago and Mm. w t h.-..
w i of this city; a sister. Miss
Chsrles Tillmont of Centerville.
wa one granddaughter. Fu
R n'7ices wiu conducted by
Am.; a- Durkin at st Joseph's
1m ' 'clock Saturday morn
rL lBterneni will be made in
-aiury cemetery.
Mrs. James Delanfy.
W. James Delaney, formerly
eZLz?11 McCnllough. for years
Sff itb the millinery de
f5""" of McCabeTs and Toung
mbs' department stores in
f Wand, died Tuesday at the
U her sisters, Misses Mary
wAVg,lerite McCullough. at
rvIowa- She had been ill for
with heart trouble. She
w .7.1!ars 01 an was born
a arm near Dewitt Her mar-
to Mr. Deianey took place a
itk Bnrtal took place today
n , ervice tor Rudy Cia
h I"?er Rock l8land resident
wd,e(J at his home, 106 South
DPort, yesterday
wntag. win be held at the home
Rotff v"- toorrow. Rev. F. J.
p." M "? Evangelical Church of
BJT, conduct the aenrices.
be in Chippiannock
Hi..?,1'11 NkabeUi BeU.
(J?. "oetb Bell, 71 qears old.
kui. r? hoa,e ot nr Mrs.
J1 O-lfc T33V4 FoujtMBtb
Lloyd C. Moody Moline
Fearl O. Stone Moline
William B. Ebert Rock Island
Viva Seger . . . .,. Rock Island
Lawrence C. Hourigan .. Davenport
Lydia Olson Rock Island
Richard Sudlow, Jr Rock Island
Inez E. GotthardO; Rock Island
F02 P0nTEZ23
Chicago, AprU 2SL Indletment at
produce dealara, whom government
officials allege have bean soaking a
profit of from 27 to 30 par -cent ow
potatoaa, will be asked oa the baaea
ofavidence presented to the fed
eral graad jury. It waa said today.
at too office ot United States Dis
trict Attorney Cline.
More than 4e repreawotatrfea of
Chicago produce firms were called
before the grand Jury and question
ed- The grand Jury is expected to
make a report of its investigatione
in open court tomorrow.
Potatoes were selling In some
parts of the city today at 13 a peck,
retail. Federal officials allege that
commission merchants have been
taking a profit of 22 a hundred
weight, which they charge is "unreasonable."
I Personal Points
rC3L rlUWT
A tt-Mra. Grace
of the mi-
haa ben asked by the aaiioailsvf
Crace badv ta r mi-i.
the committee that wui visit Con-
wracai, may a to 8, to ask that a
facial session of the state legis
lature be called fnr nxniMtin.
the federal- anffrage amendment it
-MMouncea last nignt
T03Z0 XG3ATpr3
Tokio, Anrti 2L Tba afflt, cottoa
and rice ezebanfaa clewed follow
ing a 1,0-days' slnsrp in pricea.
to apecalatan were
ad at xmjmjM yea.
Indianapolis. April IX WUBasa
Ray, a aegro, confsasirt sariy
' . - 1111 , . -to
fatten that he killed l-yar 1
Martha Hat, Monday aftenaoa. 1
was ideetiaed by Nora Ssaoek, 1 ,
atepsisur -of the anrdered atj.
wkoae aade body 'waa found a
JCagle Creek Tuesday.
Ray waa booked oa a cbarar
tret degree murder without bond.
Dr. G. Lienhardt of Chicago, dty
missionary and social worker for
the Lutheran church, is visiting bis
daughter, Mrs. Gabriel Gernaey,
Z3V7 nrxn avenue.
Mrs. Belle Roach has retarned
from Peoria where the spent the
past rew days visiting friends .
Lewis B Wtimndiu rmm tn
at the University of Illinois, after
being called home to attend the
funeral of his sister-in-law.
Misa Elizabeth Bryan left for
Chicago Wednesday, and will spend
the week-end with friends at the
University of Chicago.
SGreatiVc.ue(liY.T 8
I Event in Our History. )
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Just Received a Shipment of "Machines. Come
In and Let Us Demonstrate.
1716 Third Ave.
Women's lace boot hose,
lisle top, brown, gray and
navy, per $1 IE
pair -
40-inch white voile and
organy waisting, CQr
yard ...
27-inch piques, assorted
stripes, a yard, JZr
59c and . . . W. 00t
72-inch all linen full
bleached table damask,
yard ... w. ...$2.75
72-inch part linen table
damask, a CI 75
varrl tJI.ft7
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36-inch fine plain white
madras skirtings, and
waistings, neat stripes,
figures, yard, "jzr
85c andy 0C
30-inch seersucker, suita
ble for .children's romp
ers and pajamas, AZ
very durable, yard
40-inch pajama checks,
small and medium checks
d... ... .... 45c
36-inch curtain scrim,
excellent quality, , 7 r
yard ... ... ....
36-inch -? m a r q u i sette,
white, cream and biege,
36-inch filet curtain net,
splendid patterns, 2 Cr
a yard 00t
44-inch filet r.et, neat all
over patterns, 3Qr
a yard
40-inch Nottingham cur
tain fabric, excellent pat
terns, AZr
yard -..
36-inch printed marquis
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terns, a yard ....
Men's muslin night shirts,
SuSS $1-60
Men's dimity night shirts,
Brighton brand, J J
garment ...-
Men's fine quality mad
ras shirts, with collar to
Men's madras and per
cale shirts, soft fljl QQ
cuffs, each
Women's summer weight
union suits, loose and
cuff knee, Eft,
garment . .w .
Women's knit union suits
flesh and white, band
top, shell trim, cuff 7CC ,
knee, each ... . . . 1 uv '
Men's union suits, short
and long sleeves, ankle
length, ecru and white,
zr: S1.35
Men's union suits, regular
and stout' sizes, short
sleeves, ankle length,
S '..,.$1.80
Men's hemstitched cam
bric handkerchiefs, full
size, fa
each ... ... ... . P
Clean-up of women's lin
gerie blouses, tailored
styles, slightly en
Women's trimmed hats,
no two alike, large assort-
SSV.. $4.50
Heatherbloom top silk
flounce petticoats, tucks,
ruffles, all AC
colors . -a"0
Men's shirts and draw
ers, balbriggan, ecru and
garment ..
Men's fine handkerchiefs,
neat colored
borders, each ... ""V
Children's white middies,
with black tie, sizes 6 to
"12 years, $f EA
Women's white middies
with colored collar, sizes
36 to 44, CI 7E
aomi a-h
Children's silk lisle sport
hose, size iy2 to 9, black,
cadet, cordovan, J QQ
pair 1. '.
Women's knit bloomers,
Kayser brand,, flesh and
white, A
garment ... .. ,Pi.iv
Flesh color brassiere of
fine material, all
sizes, each ......
Extraordinary Qualities
Extraordinary Values
Women's Undermuslins
Women's muslin gowns in Empire style and
square neck, stitching and torchon lace trim.'
Included are lace trim teddy bears in two
styles, well made garments of splendid mate
rials. Choice, per garment ,
$11 25
Women's muslin petticoats.
esUsroitiery Bounce,
garment ... ...
Fine muslin petticoats, inser
tion and lace d fA
Children's coveralls in
plain blue, blue with tan
and khahi with red, sizes
2 to 6, $ 75
Men's silk hose in navy,
purple, brown M IE
and green, pair vlelw
Men's cotton sox, black,
brown, Palm Beach and
gray, JAC
pair ... ... ....
Limited number bolts of
English longcloth, good
quality, 10-yard bolts,
while they last, 2 5j
Women's boot silk hose,
black, brown C'l AA
and white, pr . v4.UU
Women's fiber silk hose,
lisle top, black, white and
One Big Rack of Women's
Wool and Silk Dresses
Consisting of satins, taffetas and wool serges.
Not all colors, nor all siies, but a fairly good
variety. For quick clean up these dresses are
marked at $20.00. Worth one-third and one
half more.
3-piece towel set, 2 wash
cloths and tow- fl E
el, complete . . vlM
64-inch bleached mercer
ized table da- OE
mask, yard . . ...
18x36 inch huck towels,
hemmed, Er
each ... ...
17-inch bleached crash
toweling, red
border, yard-.. ..'?V
Men's fiber silk and cot
ton mixed knit
ties, each ... ,
, 18x18 inch finished nap
kins, per 1 CA
dozen vl.uu
18x36 inch Turkish bath
towels, extra
heavy, each . ....
17-inch unbleached crash
toweling, icr
yard ... ... ...
36-inch gabardine skirt
ing, splendid' 75r
quality, yard . . . . "Vr.
Women's knit vests, va
rious styles, all JOr
sizes, each ....
Women's fine lawn hand
kerchiefs, white cad col
ored embroidery corners,
hemstitched edge, 2(r
2 for .... . wUL
Women's lace and georg
ette boudoir caps, ribbon
trim, pink and fc AE
blue, each vO
Splendid quality silk rib
bons, plaids, checks, flor
' al and satin stripes, vari
ous colors, AQr
yard ... ...
Large size ivory hand
mirror, bevel French
. . $2.35
caul r mt
Ivory photo frame,
square and oval CI
center, each .. 4IeOO
Oxidized metal bag tops,
various sizes and CI AE
styles, each . . .
25 inch strand of colored
glass beads, blue, laven
der coral and 4Qr
. brown, each .. ,.
Large size pearl earrings,
two styles, JjQg
tXA .
Bluebird bar pins and
brooches, ?Er
each ... ... ...
Black leather envelope
purses, with mir-tfj 2 A
rnr eneh . Vl.OU
ror, each
Black silk moire
metal tops, silk 7E
Tinnrl fittArl on 0l O
Children's bright gold
and silver beads, several
styles, per Qr
strand ...
Incense burners, Jap fig- ,
ure, pack of incense en
closed, EAr
H e m s t i t ched lineen
scaifs, embroidered blue
bird border, scalloped
Lineen scarfs, hemstitch
ed, silk embroidered and
scalloped edge, JJJQ
Stamped pillow cases,
fine cambric, hemstitch
ed, for crochet- Qf 7E
ing, each D1.IO
36-inch standard bleach
ed muslin, 10 yards to a
customer, 9Er
yard ... ...
36-inch Bridal bleached
' muslin, 10 yards to IQr
a customer, yard . "'y
8- 4 bleached sheeting,
10 yards to a Rr
customer, yard . . CJW
36-inch Maid of Honor
bleached muslin, 10 yards
to a customer, Wc
yard ... .:.
9- 4 bleached sheetinjr,
standard brand, 10 yards
to a customer, 0r
yard 5--.y0C
1 wool wall duster, 3
boxes Electric wall pa
per cleaner, 1 large size
Wizard polish, J 00
Guaranteed electric iron,
AH kinds of vegetable
and flower seeds, Jr
per package

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