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iOlDAy ROCS BlSttD ADSro-AFRnTsb, 19&3. vOCELEDDATE' pSEOfYEi UmnjIBILEE I C. ' 1 Flam Xlataate Prs- jrrm for Auul Meet at Close of Most saeemfu Tear. ft TAXIED OUE3T OF LOCAL TTOKKR8 tCo'mpletiou of the program which Is to be carried out at the annual , westing of the Y. M. C. A. Monday Wooing, May 10 was announced I May by O. J.1 Btftratt, general sec retary. The meeting throughout will be one ot rejoicing, Mr. Stir ratx said, aa the aasoeiatlon is in a better condition now than ever be fore in ita history. Today, the last day of the fiscal year, sees the as sociation practically out of debt, with a large and growing member ship and with the good will afld co operation of the entire community. -' The jabilee will open with a sup per served in the banquet' hall at 8:30 o'clock which is open to all active members. Invitations tothia hate already been mailed the mem bers. E. B. McKown, who, fter 36 years of continuous service as member of the board of directors, Is resigning, will be guest of honor at the feast. M. E. Strieter, presi dent.' will preside. Mr. Stirratt wiir give, an exhaustive report of the year's work, after which Mr. McGown will be called upon to socak on the cresent, past and fu ture of the association as he sees it through his long years of experi ence. The corner stone box, which was taken from the old YM. C. A. building last fall, and which con tains a score of articles, relics of the davs when the building was first started some 30 years ago, will be opened at this time and the contents passed around for the. in spection of the members. Music by Samnelson. i-Professor Arvid Samuelson of the Augustana conservatory of mu sic, hasoconsented to furnish the J music or the evening and will en 'tertain with several piafo and vo cal selections. The address of the evening will be delivered by Rev. Frank Cole, pastor of the St John's Methodist church ot Davenport One of the features of the program Witl be the burning of the associa tion's notes which the officers ex pect will be entirely paid htt by May' 10. The debt of the associa tion now amounts to only $3,600, while, pledges to the amount of Utan are still unfulfilled. WORKERS TO QUIT IN BUENOS AIRES . Buenos Aires, April- 30. All trades affiliated with the regional workers' federation will take part in a 24-hour strike which will be one of the features of the May labor demonstration here. ' Other labor organizations plan to-cease work for half a day. Dr. HALEY Specialist n Chrome Diseases Hen, Women and Children Will Be at ROCK ISLAND New Harper House Sunday, May 2 . Hours 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday, May 3 , Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m, (Return every 2S days) , FREE EXAMINATION, CONSUL. TATION, ADVICE i Remember you are given a thor ough examination free of charge. No matter If you have been treated before and failed to get . well- might be of value to you to see ns get our opinion of the case before giving up all hope. CHRONIC DISEASES ARE TREATED AS FOLLOWS: Stomach; Liver; Heart; Lungs Rheumatism; Deafness; Catarrh Leg Ulcers ; Nose; Throat; Ner vous Disorders; Children's Dis eases; Varicose Veins and Chronic Diseases of Women; also Chronic Diseases of the Rectum; Piles. W do not treat acute cases. We treat Men's Diseases. We treat Women Diseases. KIDNEY OS BLADDER TROUBLE tiring a small bottle of urine along for special examination. , r 10UR EYES. If your eyes are giving trouble we will be glad to treat them and advise you what to do, or if you need glasses we will fit same. . AVOID UNNECESSARY OPERA TIONS. Many cases of gall stones, gall stone Colic, Appendicitis, Stomach, Liver and Rectal Troubles also Female Disorders ' hare been and can ; be ; successfully treated with out operating.- , ':V REFERENCES: Visited your town " the last 10 rears, monthly. Peoria or country tanks if desired. Permanent Address: 1121 Glen ' lalt Ave., Peoria, Illinois. Tele-' J'T iLiailY LICENSES ARE 1 Sixteen Classes ef Bsshtess Mast ObtaJa Pemits Fees Will Bui S?end Thousand Dollars. C E. D rarer. National secretary of American As sociation of Engineers. Every engineer out of a Job is a loss to the public," Mr. Drayer told tri-city members of the asso ciation who entertained him at a banquet last evening, "and one of the biggest public services render ed by the association is to find the right man for the light Job.'' Various licenses issued by the city for which feea are collected fall due Saturday. The clerical force in the office of the city clerk Is prepared to take care of a large n amber of licensees oeiore we in fine dosed for the day at noon. Leading the list is street pea- dlers. All of these must bring their scales and measures to In- snector L. K. Eihl for Inspection. The purpose is to test and stamp them before licenses are allowed. Each neddler 'will also be given license tan to place on either side of the wagons in acordance with a new city ordinance. Others who must obtain their li censes for the year, May 1, 1920, to Mav 1. 1921. are milk praaocara, milk dealers, pawnbrokers, billiard and nool hall nroprietora, owners of meat markets, proprietors of soft drink parlors, expressmen, taxi cab drivers, billposters, house movers, managers of theatres and parks, breweries and rendering plants. License System Strict. The license fees have not been increased, but-the system has been made more strict, especially with reference to street vendors. The license fees differ "according to the business, but it is estimated that several thousand dollars will be collected by the city in fees of various amounts. , factions in aaft court, before day, aad may aos r on the I ing aad make tnetr aaaenao. Dated at Rock Island. I1L, this Mth dsvr of April, A. D. 124. OJUUSKCS ISAACSON. Officer Appointed to Make the Aa .:: aeaament PEK8HIH6 IT PAJfAMA. Panama, April SO. General John J. Pershing- arrived here today to make an inspection of military forces In the canal tone. Women who: nave suffrage in Italy outnumber the male voters. DISCOUNT MADE ON WATER RENT Flat Bate BBls Die Begmadag Sat aria? five Per Ceat Allowed Of Up Uatfl May li. Beginning Saturday flat rate wa ter rente will be collected at the office of the city clerk for tne pe riod up until Nor. L r Payments are made in advance and the water rent lor the coming six ) months' period becomes due Saturday morning and all persona who pay their accounts before May 15 will te given a five per cent dis count This is the beginning of the second year that this city ordinance hae been in effect, and it is believed that the few who did not take ad vantage of this opportunity to aave will Join with the others this year in making payments within the time limit when discounts are given. Persons paying these 'sills are all customers who have apt had me ters Installed, la which case .the city charges for water service ac cording to the number o( fixtures and rooms. A renting oa the flat rate system is to be made some time in the early summer. . This does not mean that the basic charge' Is to be raised, but that,' aa ia the practice every 10 years, , the city will send out inspectors to check the number of new fixtures in order that a charge can be made' tor them. . Saturday Half-HoUdaj. The city clerk's office will be open only until noon Saturday. All of fices la the city hall close ot a ki urday afternoon's under r"l rangement made several w; ago. However, persons desirS? pay their rents in time to swV discount need not be so prwL to pay on the first day they JV1 for the time limit does not iL, until May 15. J? The fat of sturgeons, whs,,, fresh, is used as a substitute oil and butter,, and is largely V buiuou uj me inaaoiiants of southern districts of Kussia.LT the skin is used as leather. ASES $5,000 FOB INJURIES TO SON Praecipe in a suit for $5,000 for alleged damages was filed with the circuit clerk this morning by S. J. Gould, acting for Nathan Gould, a minor, against the Moline Furni ture company. The suit is the re- suit of an injury of, Nathan Gould, who while employed by the defend ant- had his left band lacerated when it became entangled in some machinery. Notice of suit for $5,000 alleged damages was also filed by E. J. Gould against J. E. Janes and Blanche Janes. The celebrated rice-wtne-of China is always taken hot, and somewhat resembles the Madeira wine in taste and smell. PROPERTY HOLDERS NOTICE. General Number 534. Notice is hereby given to all per-1 sous interested that the city coon- cil of Rock Island, 111., having or dered the paving with asphaltic I concrete of Thirty-first street from I Fourteenth to Eighteenth avenue, the ordinance for the same being on file in the office of the city clerk of said city, and having applied to I the county court of Rock Island county. 111., for an assessment of the cost of said improvement, ac cording to benefits, said assessment being payable in ten (10) install ments, each bearing interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum and an assessment therefor having been made and returned to said court. the hearing thereon will be had on the 15th day of May, A. D. 1920, at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the court will permit All persons desiring, may file ob- J (Eett Yiif erf thesepecia offerings for Saturday. Hundredsi-of " people have saved real money, this week. $1.25 Athletic Underwear, several and raoetelffto select from styles OVERALLS Lot No. 1, $1.95; Lot No. 2, $2.05; Lot No. 3, $2.25; Lot No, 4, $20; Lot No. 5, $3.75. not to rip or tow.) (dipper Brand, gnaraatoed Coveralls, each Work Shirts, good quality ...... Cashmere Socks, 3 pairs for Cotton Socks, 4 pairs for Oxford Socks, 3 pairs for Grey Cotton Socks, 5 pairs for Double Blanks ts, per pair Apple Jam, No. 10 can , Karo Syrup, light, 1 gallon can Karo Syrup, dark. 1 gallon can ...... Tomatoes, No. 2 can Corn, No. 2 can ......... $33 $1.39 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $7.45 Groceries 88c Rubber Beets, new, per pair. Canvas Gtewas, 12 pain for Canvas Gawnttets, 12 pairs for Grey Cravenettes, good value Leathertaced Gloves, per pair tearther-faced Gaunt lets, per pair Khaki Overseas Caps, Special ............. $5.75 $1.95 $2.15 $9.25 44c 49c 75c 95c 90c 10c 11c Macaroni, 22 pounds to case..., California Figs, 3 os. package .... Matches, S boxes for Brooms, good quality Catsup, 10 ox. settle ... ...... $2.50 ...5c 27c 53c ... 10c CAMPING OUTFITS No. 5 Stools, eacE Army Canvas Folding Cots, Carnal Folding Chairs, f . each , h, Air Pillows. ' each $1.50 $3.50 $3.25 $1.00 House and Barn Paint Houae Paint, dQ OJ? i Barn Paint, nf per gallon.. $OeJ per gallon.. tDl.O For farther information call Daw. 8641. Uayenp sort Army & Navy Supply Store 111 East Third St . i a. Dawenport, Iowa Gleaming satins, heavy Georgettes, striking Sport silksYes, silk shirtings and rich "Kunisi Kumsa," andBut the 3818 yds. today's of line Harned J rs The Ya74J theTri-Citiesi f tion- So when average includes silks for every Fashion vise st sill mil. S at cost! $1.75 a yard id Von Maur May Sale of Sflks has always been the premier silk event of past year. This fact is too well known to need more than passing men re tell you that the May 1920 sale o'ertops in every respect those of the past gam an idea of the magnitude of this event. $3.50 fancy striped satins An exceptionally firm durable quality 36 inches wide in an assortment of colors to please r all tastes. Just what you want for skirts, waists and gowns. Early choice an advantage. , Khaki Kool & Rookie Sport silks Every woman knows of their desirability for outdoor wear. The quantity and color assort ment is limited, therefore, we are closing out what we have at about half todays mill cost $2.98 Chiffon taffetas 36-inch Chiffon taffetas for dresses, waists, suits Or for separate skirts. Rose, Steel, Taupe, Reseda, Bishop, Beaver and black. A fine, soft quality that makes up beautifully and gives splendid service. $3.25 Georgette Crepes 40-inch' aH silk crepe Georgettes one of the most popular fabrics for waists or dresses. Sky. uopennagen, reacn, rium, Keseda, Taupe African, Alice blue, Red, Hague blue and 13 others. $195 a yard j $229 a yard $3 all silk shirtings 33 yd. Good conservative patterns in Sa-iaeh widths. The kind women like for waists, wash dresses or for making men's shirts. This quality bumders fine and will give much service. $350 Crepe de chine $OJ89yd. A good firm quaOtr suitable for waists, gowns or for lingerie. 40 Inches wide. Ivory, Sky, Copen hagen, Peach. Coral, Rose, Flesh, Pink, Plum, Gray. Taupe, African, Marine, Navy, Midnight and black. $40 crepe de chine .93 yd. 2 Satin striped crepe de chine white ground with various colored stripes; so much in demand for waists, shirts and summer outdoor dresses. 32 inches wide. The col ors are new and attractive. $6.50 "Sea Spray" silk $C.19 yd. One of the season's most beauti ful Sport silks. It is sheer and exquisitely woven and comes in white, Soliel, Eglantine and Tur quoise. For waists and dresses. $6.90 plain Mirette $C.52 yd. Another of the new Spring cre ations that is gaining every day in popularity. White, Cotillion. Prance and Jasper. 40 inches wide; beautiful for gowns and blouses. $8.50 satin striped Mirette $T.73 yd. Even more attractive than the plain. Though light in weight, it has sufficient body to be made up in tailored lines. Makes beautiful suits for all day time occasions. $2.29 a yard $8.50 "Dew Kist" silks ST.79 yd. The heavy crinkly silks that fall in such graceful lines and are so becoming. Also Symphony Crepe. Seven colors and also combinations, including Firefly, Jatle and Jasper. $11.50 Kumsi Kumsa $8 yd Knmsi Kumsa and Symphony Broche silks in the inost exquisite colorings and weaves for gowns. Sport suits and blouses. These are the most beautiful silks on tha market Second floor. ; Genuine "Hope" ! muslin 39c yard "Hope" bleached mus lin, 36 inches wide. A splendid grade for making long wearing sheets and pillow cases.' We reserve the right to limit quantity sold to any one customer. . Bath towds 58c Full bleached Turkish bath ' . towels in the favorite 22x42 inch sites at 58c are so un- j usual that we expect a rush I of thrifty hoasewifes for ! then. Pillowcases 48c Good weight and quality. 45x26-iach size. PQW'cases 57c . 42x3S-inch sizes. ,,r Pillow cases 50c A standard brand ot excel lent weight and quality, 46x3S-tach size. 4Sx36-tnch size. Sheets $169 Bleached and seamless: a , etandard brand of exceptional quality. 81x99 size. Sheets $119 - - Bleached aad seamless A ' very special value. 72x$ size. v Sheets $U9 Bleached and ot extra good quality that will wear well and launder nicely. 72x90 - rrJeeead User Vfc PRICE 1 00 Spring dresses Taffeta, Satin, Georgettes, . Serges and Tricolette Late Spring models, every one of them. Most all are in the short sleeved styles now so much the vogue. All have been reduced from higher priced groups to$44, and tomorrow you may "cut this price in two." Copenhagen, brown, Navy, Taupe, black and gray. Sizes 16 to 44. Third floor PRICE 60 smart hats Twotoned effects, flower and ornament trimmed Shapes (and there's one for every face type) ase of Lisere, Hair cloth, Batavia cloth and fine hand sewed fancy braids. Formerly priced $15 to $40, but the first 60 women who come tomorrow may have them at just half price. . . . ' Mostly black, Navy and two-toned effects. Second Floor Growing girl's coats andparty dresses 1-5 OFF Spring coats in full length and 1 "Johnny" styles. Tweeds, Tin seltone, Jersey, Camel's hair, Polo cloth, serges, checks and a few taffetas. Tans, blues, green and Rose in shades that are very becoming to girls from 6 to 14. OFF Fancy party dresses of Chif fon, Georgette and Crepe de chine in blue, pink, white and Salmon They are in high waisted effects with Fichu col lars and trimmed with silk lace. Dainty, fluffy dresses that are pretty on 6 to 14-year old girls. J OFF One special lot of girls' coats in silks, serges, poplins and) cf7 rn Tweeds which have been priced $8 to 15. Choice tomorrow 3 .DU Third fl Pct-Office Sab-Station on Balcony Try "Personal - Shopping by Mail" eue tow phone) Main 8413.