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tfUJj?Zl COI ELAND ARQU3- APRIL 30, 1S20.
.v - 3 el w a IrC ! ; : ww.LL..4j Villi. A ' . . , - . . . ll!l7tE!( nnc Inspector Imm 44 rn CalUs far oanay at iMi-ut 11 lew Chmtfea. Bulldtnc pernaltn listed In the of r&c ot John A. Lindros, ctty build tag Inspector, snow lut week's lrecor4 to have been made up most' hy of odd Job and the bonding ot Mangei. Estimated coat of all work .waaVMaced at 115.201.70. There was a total ot 44 permita and air two of toe arojeeta led for an outlay of over $1,000. a largest project of the two caTls 'or an outlay of $3,283 for the re- Ir of fire loss on the L. E. west company building at 1510 Sec- load avenue. The firm of Hadson, jColUns Huuaertch has tbe con tact for the work. The other project calls for an expenditure ot MM for the remodeling of a res idence owaad by W. Leitch at 4330 Forty-fourth street. Erica. Wiman pas the contract. Garages Golag U Fast As against on permit for the traction of a dwelling and one for t temporary dwelling, stands 41 permita for the building of garages. Permits issued for the erection pf storage places for automobiles take up a big place on the lists ot projects each week. Houses are Scarce In Rock Island, but garages are' being built on a ratio of ap proximately five to one. f Of the other permits Issued five were for the repair of Are losses, Are for resbtaglmg and Other roof ing- work, three tor porches, oaa for the repair of a dwelling, one far remodeling a awelliag, two for putting down floors, one -tor small addition to a factory, one for s wage shed, one for a founda tion, one for a washroom, one tor a billboard, on tor a workshop, one far repairs on a cafe, one for con strecCbie flttures In a restaurant, om fot. remodeling a store, one for bathroom, one tor remodeling a store front, and one for remodel- in gporuons oi a soilness ouua- List of renins. Emma Mathers, -self, 1508 . Forty-fourth street, ga- rag ;.....$ 325 Carl E. Hanshaw, self, 1020 Fourteenth avenue, garage. Frank Meekin. self, 1237 Four , tuenUi-aad-a-balf street, ga rage Albert F. Lang ft Son., for John Guild, 624 Thirty second street, garage Carse ft OMweiler, self. 435 Eleventh street, addition to factory 400 Paul Baruth, self, 421 Elev- enth street, roof on porch.' 25 Erlck Wiman, for W. Leitch, 4330 Forty-fourth street, remodeling dwelling 2,000 Louis L. Lakox, self, 2524 Fifth -and -a-half avenue, wagon shed R. L. Hendrickson. self, 1537 Twenty-eighth street, ga rage . G. C. Baker, tor Dan McKin ney, 40S Fourth avenue, roof on dwelling 125 ; s ISO 700 200 i 5 150 G. C. Baker, for J. B. Green, $16 Fourth avenue, roof on dwelling G. C. Baker, for E. E. King, 1425 Fifth avenue, roof on porch H. Lohse, self, 1149 Twenty- 108 93 11 sith street, garage ....... 75 C. Cisco, for , J. J. Fisher, 1228 Second street, porch.. 26$ W. C. Barker,, seir, fonnda- - tton . .............. 400 Reny Deborka, self. 530 Sec- ond street, porch ZOO J. M. Kaiser ft Son, for J. N. Bchaab. 1601 Fourth ave- ........ 300 R. B. Keer, eelt, 1 Forty- third street, garage 300 Bert Broman, self. Twenty- third avenue ana Tniny- , Mtb street, temporary riwelHnr 200 Thorwaldt Lorentsen. self,. 1912 Eleventh street, ga raee 200 James Cusack ft Co.. self. Fifth avenue and TBiray- ninta street, billboard 35 William Schenoor, self, 719 Eleventh avenue, reshingle rtwplllnr ' 125 S. A. Bartlett, for Alfred rnma fii 9 muirth avenue. Invlnir floor 125 wliism Ballmer, self. 4510 fiavnnth avenue, earaee . . . 150 Jnhn W. Bender. Self. 1310 Thirtieth street, worasnop. iuu Hudson, Collins & Hammer lch, for L. E. West Gum company, 1510 Second ave nue, repair flreloss 338 Hudson. Collins ft Hammer- ' ich, for city hall, repair of fire loss 420 Hudson, Collins ft Hammer ich, for A. W. Billburg, 225 Twenty-first street, repairs on cafe 165 Hudson, Collins & Hammer ictvfor A. W. Billburg, 223 Twentieth street, fixtures for restaurant ISO Hudson, Collins & Hammer ich, for A. W. Billburg, 231' Twentieth street, remodel ing store front SO Hudson, Collins ft Hammer ich, for M. Nevine, 2414 Fffth arenna. repair Ira - i t 136 Hedeo. Colllna 4 Hammer- k,nr U s, wnt uu company. 1H0 Sacood are-' one. renalr fir toss 3,23 Hadson, CoUtm ft Hammer ich, for joon uniweiter, 824 Seventeenth street, re nt tr are loss . : 650 Had son, Collins ft Hammer- lea, for Mrs. A. Murpay, 1705 Fourth a venae, repelr lna store building 238 Hadaoo. Colllna ft Hammer- tea, for J. G. Miller, lozo Twenty-second street, re pair lira loss 150 Hudson, Collins ft Hammer lea, for lira.' B. Winter. 1616-18 Third avenue, re- modeling building 310 Hudson. Collins ft Hammer ich, for B. W. Barker, 617 Vttfh afnmt. bathroom . . . . Hudson. Collins ft Hammer- ich, for B. w. Banter, ius Third street, dwelling Hudson. Colllna ft Hasamer ich, for J. R. Stengel. 1618 . Second avenue, laying floor George B. McNutt, for A, F. Pearson. 1323 Seventeenth street, garage George B. KcNatt, for J. N. Jones, 1413 Thirty-first trsot norch Alvin M. Rhodes, for William Hielke. 610 Thirty-mntn street, repairing dwelling. . L. W. Sperling 1501 Forty second street, garage C Cisco, for John Pearsman, . 608 Eleventh avenue, re ' modeling dwelling All the newa all the time-Argus. Hi COO 460 230 350 M iadT 'Ka7 -1806 Second Avenue Rock Island,' 111. You Too Can Be Well Dressed Why wait until the season is half over when yon can get 1 account plan. Make your telectioa now while our asxr- menu are compiele there is nothing gained by waiting. Open A Charge Account You can outfit yourself Roe mis very minute, even though yon haven't the ready cash. We invite you to open a charge account so that you can purchase your outfit now. Yon can arrange to pay (or your purchase ia such weekly ot monthiy amountt as win be most convenient to yourself. ' We Extend Credit Cheerfully a i?.. m - -V'i- . roriwen UliS -For Young Men J Big Variety of Patterns Convenient Credit Terms 35. to $75. Very fine quality suits newest colors and patterns. A cofledsM of iwts that wtUappealtotbesaeatcnocaL Charming Silk Dresses !2a75 An army ol teorsjetle, taffeta, foalssd asalsatm chesses apptopaate for sheet and dress wear. Very hand sasaely msaoKd ia si the new Spang shades. Boys' Suits Ladies' Coats i iVL&dxes9 Skirts 1 Silk Blouses - $10.95 $228 $8.98 $6.98 Women's and Misses' Suits These sob a bace the latest ideas as style, saatenaj and color. Tbeseisaaodel here to meet every fancy. These smtsare Uiioted thronahont hsndissiilj fasad with a. Abtm&Kmfm. Vas" ASKING 1806 Second Avenue. Rock Island, 111. " '" ' . "r " aanmmmmssaaaasasai Open a Charge Account - i . i You need not pay all in 30 days. . Gately's renders an intelligent credit service that3 appeals to intelligent people. Today's Events William H. Crane, dean of the American stage. Is 75 years old to day. s . Denver will put daylight saving into effect at midnight tonight by setting the clocks ahead one hour. The annual convention of the National Print Cutters' association begtna its sessions today in New York city. " Harvard men from all s actions ot America gather today in Wash ington, D. C, for the annuaUmeev ing of the Associated Harvard clubs. i , v . Today has been set as the date for dedicating the Grand Canyon National park, in northern Ariaona, created by act ot congress a year ago. Post-war problems as affecting high costs will "be discussed by American and European ' econo mists, bankers and educators at the 40th meeting of the AsmmX Academy of Political SdsMaS today in New York city. . m Former President WUhaai n Tuft end other notable eaeak.. aary exercises of HamptoiT' railroads is to furnish the sbiw, V trl.Il.iila. ak.t. ing between student team i T by college, Tufts college ant tv SUITS If you haveibout decided to pay a higher price for your new suit than we are asking, we might suggest that you see the garments we have to offer at $30, $35, $40 and $45. In this special showing one finds jerseys, tricotines and fine serges. These garments have not been marked down, they are of a 'special purchase lot just in and up to the minute in every detail, really worth $ 1 0 to $ 1 5 more than our price. COATS We are showing a few long coats in tweeds and wool mixtures at a sav ing of 25. These coats are just right for motor wear and will give good service. Special at $29.50 and $36.50. SHORT COATS-Light weight summer models, three weeks in advance of any thing previously shown, $24.50, $26.50, $29.50. SKIRTS ;In selecting skirts for our sum mer trade we did not try to meet a ridic ulously low price, it was our aim to buy only chic models that would lend snap to our skirt department. That our every ex pectation has been met we leave to your judgment. All we ask is that you see our line of new summer models before buying elsewhere. Prices range from $8.50 to $3250. 307-309 Twentieth Street. Rock Island, I1L 40, " ' ' -"ia 50 ' "".v- x Special for Saturday Victrola STYLE XIV $225 I III 15 worth of aS80rteI red 8eal popular records of your 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 own choice (outfit complete $240) delivered to your home immed- 1 1 iatelyfor ! III sw SBnasBnisa nanj nn J SI H (T a eh Ye V-u i i in - im 1 11 HI I uuiuiivk vfscaxfsaefsa i'swiisiwy. a wyiitc-itM in an in 1 III I a . jhj . ail 1 I 1H 1,1 HI I len Kecords mat dhoum I III Be In Your Home. I I II I Let Me Dream 85c I I'll Always Be Waiting ..... 85c I ( I Sterline Trio. IVtflf Quwtet. i ' Venetian Moon (Trot) 85c Roses at Twilight (Waltz) 85c All Star Trio. Jazzanmba Orchestra. Prologue 1.00 Sing Me Love's Lulaby 1.00 Zanelli. Frances Alda. American Fantasie . . . 1.50 Ave Maria (Violin) . . .v. . .1.50 Herbert's' Orchestra. Heitets. In the Moonlight . 2.00 Rigoletto Quartet ....... .3.00 Caruaokieoria. Caruso-AboU-Bomer-Scottt. The store that sells a & Eeeonis glres yon only Yictrolas and JfjjJjy better serriee a tps nct" n J I l JLCtClD lVAUDlV kllVJp l I I 313 EIGHTEENTH ST. HI I 1:1 1 Between Third and Fourth Ave. I . Ill HII DL. D I rticn D 1. 1-1 I 111 III! f A Who Knows II 1 . -VAFT." j 0 you. FATHER: "I say boys, do you know the Gately trade mark) The name Gately s is registered and favorably known in 1 06 prosperous cities. The word Gately s SfiL' means better clothing for less money. Every article they sell is backed by the prestage of 48 years of square dealing. You take no chances when selecting clothing bearing' the Gately label, and you are at liberty to OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT. They arrange easy t erms to suit SUITS $25, $30, $40, $50, $55. $60, $65. WEAR NOW PAY LATER 307-309 Twentieth Street Rock Island, 111. i s