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FRiDAf THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS MAYt 14, 1920.
Tho Day in Davenport Hoersch. treasurer. O. T. Btaos m&ker was electsd recording sac- retary. The need of a new ssaocia I lion building tu disensaed. O. 8. Johnson,, chairman of the finance txtravaganee, profiteering anil hatred. This was the central idea of an addreaa Wednesday night by George L. SchoonoTer of Anamosa, considered by many of his fraternal iprf Peea Pangtw Haroc was .jfti in alt section of Davenport X? the 'n w,nd Wcb tore . Ld the city for a 30-mlnute Zriod 'Wedneaday afternoon, and i woman narrowly escaped death, Z was mt by laM when Uirt oak at Fifteenth street and mZ avenue was hurled across rtftefflth street against a LeClalre car. She was Mrs. Mary Xnrtwald. 1527 Mississippi ave ms, The tree stood in the yard of - Caorce J. Sternsdorff, 630 East Fif S.tii street and was over'60 years It was counted among the Znmt oaks within the city limits. nt entire root system was dead. Oaly the Heater branches of the togs tree struck the street car as ft" friCand the car windows In the ftont bK of tie car were broken j a splinter of glass penetrated tb cheek of one woman passenger, Wfi. Groenwald, but was later re aowd by Dr. P. A. Bendixen. Hers yitt the only Injury reported. coiuiniuee, aaggested that steps be ! admirers aa the greatest American Mason of them all. Fully 3WI Ma sons heard the remarkable address 1 undertaken this rear to nlu man. ' 31 pf alio a Gets Medal Frank ey 10 defray the expense of a new J. McCnllough. one of the secretar-ibuiwu,a- next year. ie for the Knights of Columbus ?' l " ! ' ' during the late world war, Thursi KecortL Howard Steven, dav received hanHanmotv n. drug clerk at, the Fisher drugstore scribed medal in recognition of his ' th Hotel Blackhawk, died at bis ; j . t , . . j knmo 017 1 '1 .-.... I crTiL-eu. n came rrom ,tne boar a ' uiru of directors, with national head- Tur8day' Deatn followed a live quarters at New Haven, Conn. oys' illness of pneumonia. J Mrs. D. S. Reckford passed away T" Directors Eleet-The annual; street. Thursday, after a three meeting and election of the Y. M. O. 'A. was held Wednesday. Six directors were elected for a period of three years. They are: G. T. Shoemaker, L. J. Yaggy, William Hoersch, S. W. Sanford Cable Von Maur and P. O. Pederson. The first three named were reelected. San ford. Von Maur and Pederson were elected to fill vacancies of retiring directors. Following the close of the meeting the board of directors went into session and reelected of ficers for the new year. B. J. Den- man was reelected president: L. J.i Bread lines and soup kitchens Yaggy, vice president,, and William j bound to succeed the present years' Illness. Mrs. Ella Popalka passed away at her home, 2134 Highland ave nue, Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock after a short illness. Emil L. Schick, the, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schick, Sr., 1005 West Third street, suc cumbed to a short illness of pneu monia Wednesday afternoon at 5:20 o'clock at the Davenport hospital. Schoonover Addresses Masons- are which was staged by the study club under the direction of the Masonic - Service Association of America. The keynote of the speak er's address, which he said is the keynote of true existence through out all the ages, is brotherly love. The speaker pointed out that this idea which shines with greatest luster in the scriptures under the command, "thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself," is the under- j lying principle of Masonry and the speaker, a past grand master oi the order, is devoting life and an ample fortune, to establish this principle on firmer foundations. White Collar Men Repair Line Three assistant general managers left their swivel chairs in the Peo ples Light company building .Wed nesday afternoon at 5:30, climbed tnto an auto and drove through the storm to Fifteenth and Grand ave- era f nue, where they rolled up their sleeves and repaired a broken trol ley wire. Ordinarily the repair would have been made by a crew of linemen. But these are not ord'.- ; nary, times. The linemen ' are on strike for ?1.25-$1.50 an hour. So out went the three officials. They were T. C. Roderick and Frank V. Skelley, assistant general manag ers oi me -.ri-ury Hallway com- pany, and Clerk G. Anderson, as-' sistant general manager of the D. &. M. interurban railway company.! une or the striking linemen watched j them working from across the ! street. , Track Runs Amnck The corner of the home of C W. Peterson, 821 East Tenth street, was caved in Thursday morning when a loaded Spencer Furniture company truck plunged down the Tenth street hill and crashed into the building. Eye witnesses estimated that it was moving-anout -3o miles per hour) when it leaped the curb and ran 1 full tilt tnto the corner of the Pet ersen residence. No one was in jured in the crash. Damages will ! aggregate- more than $100 to the j house, it was said yesterday, while the front of the motor car was : wrecked. BURGESS Among the first to plant corn in this vicinity were Fred W. Martin and J. L. Hamilton, who were both in the fields last week. Noren Willitts of Aledo was a business caller in Burgess Saturday looking after the interests of the Samson tractor. Mrs. J. E. G'ailson was a visitor in Monmouth Wednesday. - Robert and Rush Morgan were in Monmouth Thursday where they attended the Yankee Robinson show. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pearson and daughter, Maxine May, visited Sun day afternoon with New Windsor relatives. Mrs.' Anna Wban of Aledo, was a Burgess caller Saturday. A most interesting program was carried out at the local tfiurch last Sunday in a Mothers' day affair. In the neighborhood of thirty ba bies attended the services which were very impressive. Mr. and Mrs. Clement Baning ton and Vera Morgan were Aledo shoppers Wednesday. W. A. Lafferty is visiting at this time at his farm in Brookfield, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wray of Alexis, visited Sunday at the Fred McLaughlin home.' - Miss Mary Foster of Alexia came Monday for a week's sewibg in this village. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parkinson and son of near Macomb, visited Sunday at the S. O. Morrow home, and at tended Mothers' day services at the local church! . Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Parkman and three daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Boultinghouse and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell McFar Iand. all of Aledo, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe .Moreford and two daughters of near here, visited Sunday at the F. M. Moreford home. W. A. McLaughlin was a business caller in Alexis Monday. Lawrence Whan of Aledo was i Burgees caller Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glad to vW ited the week-end with North Hen derson relative S. S. Morgan and son, George, asd Fred McLaughlin motored to North Henderson on - business Thursday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Kricbet of Alexis visited Sunday at the horns of Mr. and Mrs. Clement Barring- -ton. ' Charles A. Swanson Is planning a trip to Sweden, and expects to leave the last of this month. , ,, Narcotics and stimulants prodaca more than half the customs sad excise receipts of Australia. l ou Con Always Do Better attheS.&L! riis . Id , sot Tl2 iSssolt Ibwrin oi prions to creafe ill i ' f i ,er volume 01 dusiiss The bicckzd volume of sales in our y m. it- 37 . 1 4 i-t (, Mil - w. -.rs fil it j p I ,4- Last Saturday we commenced a campaign to lower j prices thru-out the store. Not because prices were lowered to us by manufacturers now or even for next season. But we decided that by selling goods on a closer margin of profit giving values that were out of the or dinary that we could do a volume of business that would offset the sacrifice of profits. The result is new sales rec ords are established throughout the store. The results were so gratifying that it spurns us on to even greater efforts. Two-Pants Suits, Tomorrow, $28 IT sounds pretty big to read of two pant suits at $28 this day and age. But it's the purpose of this store to do big things. These suits come in double breasted models, all sizes; dark . 1 28 green and brown heather shades. pants with every suit at - Extra $45 & $50 Suits Reduced to . . $37 YOU may want a double breasted suit or possibly a single breasted model; they're both in cluded in this sale of suits at $37. The colors include browns, greens, grays and QQ'7 blues. You can wisely select even next fall's suit now, as we'll show no such suits then at Hart Schaffner & Marx S75 Suits, $83 WONDERFUL colorings in tans and browns, blues and greens; new shades of greys. Light construction, wonderfully tailored suits; all models. The greatest values in fine clothes in the three cities ivFO $185 . I! S15 and $18 Silk Shirts .... the most wonderful lot of silk shirts tve'es shown. RANGE after range of beautiful silk shirts; won derful materials in Crepe-de-Chines, Pussy Wil lows, Broadcloths, Habitais and L'e Jerz silks. Broad stripes, cluster stripes; dainty stripes and such a price. All sizes, 14 to 17V-- - 1 included I... $l.OD In this same paper yoa will see advertisements of an unusual shoe sale special and subway bargains. Be sure to look for them. boys Spring Top Coats Reduced 20 7. I skZ I C I II 1. cmuer AH Boys Shoes Reduced Tan Can Always Da Bettr at tie S. U "Some Shoe i Values!" You Can Bay Them at Today's Wholesale Cost and Even Less K i. T F you want to save shoe money; and we know you do get busy and come in and see us at once. We're selling high and low shoes in all styles and leathers at greatly reduced prices. Customers Saturday were unani mous in' saying they were "Some Shoe values." $ 9 and $10 Shoes and Oxfords $6.85 $11 and $12 Shoes and Oxfords $7.85 Hanan Shoes and Oxfords, $15 Simoiv uer "You can always do better at the S. & L." Specials for Boys In the Boys' Store Tomorrow SuitS Aes6tol6 v Former $15 and $1S values now $1A,S5 Former $20 and $22.50 values now flLSS WaistS Collars Attached $1.50 to $2.50 waists reduced to $1.13 Wash Suits Values to $3.05, tomorrow $155 Values to $6.50, tomorrow $25 Rompers $1.23 Rompers. . .S3r ; $1.23 Khaki Alls 83e Play Suits Indian, Cowboy. Policeman, Slilltary Cavalry, Baseball, Squaw, Cowgirl Qualities to $6 50, now - - $2.50 Qualities to 10.00, now - - 55.00 Y. M. C. A. Bogs, Attention AVe have just received some, khaki waists and shirts; ages 7 to 14; prices 91Z and axvcC Bsj.ss.sjb a s a B B a B Q 2zd. Harrxsoxv 5t Pervenport. lowa p