Auul Xwttftg ! State HJttmriad
Society Irnkft PUee in
f.y j (Special to The Arsna).
V Brtnfield, 111., May 14. John R
itaaberK of , Rock Island wa re
elected a director of the Illinois
State Historical society at its aa
(Bual meeting here today.
IN IIYCTEMOU8 ,
The eessions opened this morning
with Dr. O. L. Schmidt, president
of the society, .presiding. The meet
ing of directors of the society took
place in me uince m uie Bccreuu-
at 9 o'clock. At 10 o'clock the an
nual business meeting was held, at
which reports of officers and com
mittees were received. Miscella
neous business was disposed of pre
f ceding, the election of officers.
i Mrs.' Edna Tucker Armstrong of
Rock Island was one of the pnn
jclpal speakers during the morning.
turner aanresses were given vy n,u-
rfus Dawes, delegate to the Illinois
constitutional .convention frora Cni-t
icago, who spoke on the task ofj
framing tbe new basic - law. and i
Charles Bradshaw of Carrolltcn, I
ipVlrs. Mary E. McDowell at Chicago, I
;Prof. Arthur C. .Coin of the Uni-I
jversity of Illinois and Mrs. Grace!
iWilbur Trout of Chicago. j
The meeting will close tonight:
nrlth an address by Hon. O. A. Hark- i
er of the University of Illinois, who (
i rwill talk on "Fifty Years With the
i cBench and Bar of Southern Illinois.
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G. 0. P. CENTRAL
t.TiEET OH MAY 25
. Springfield, in:, May 14-Control
Of the Reoublican sUte central
committee, which will be organized
her May 25, will be aoaght by
both Governor Prank O. Lowden
and Mayor William Hale Thomp
son, political leaden, predicted to
The call for the committee meet
ing was issued -in Chicago last
night by Chairman Frank u smiin
before he left for Washington.
Candidates for the office of chair
man to succeed Mr. Smith include
Garrett Kinney of Peoria, Walter
A. Rosenfield of Rock Island, uicero
J. Lindley of Greenville and Rich
ard M. Sullivan of Springfield.
In, Jain A. Bngee.
Word has been received here by
Mrs. Harry Larkin, 1841 Twenty
ninth street, of the death of her
mother, Mrs. John A. Bugee, at
lOmaha, Neb. Mrs. Bugee for many
years reswea in mis city. Mr. bu-
gee having been employed by the
Rock Island Plow company, the
home being at Twenty-third street
and Ninth avenue. '
Mrs. Bngee 4s sarvivedx by the
widower; two daughters, Mrs. Har
ry Larkin of this city and Miss
Mary, "and seven sons, John, Frank,
Edward, Lamont, Leo, Raymond
Mr. and Mrs. Larkin are in Oma
ha to attend the funeral services
which will be held there Saturday
Joseph F. Morehouse.
Joseph F. Morehouse, residing at
sister, Mrs. Mary A. Rush of Ot
tnmwa. -" "v ' ' '
Th remains will be sent to Ot-
tumwa. leaving Rock Island Satur
dar morning, with burial there on
Sunday. ' .
ST. LOUTS SEEKS
has met with foul play is being en
His description is given as fol
lows i Light hair, blue eyes, age
16, weighs 125 pounds, five feet and
three inches in height, stocky build.
Any information regarding the boy
is requested gent Police Chief Tom
Cox of the Rock Island police de
part men t. '
f:E. I. COUNTY SECOND
If TO COOK IN SAVINGS
lr--V.. - : . -
I? In tbe report for the first month
tof the vpar of war Ravine's rnah
Srieposited by postoflices and federal
S reserve banks in the state of Illi
nois, Rock Island county is shown
I to rank second in the entire state,
(Cook county alone surpassing. Rock
Ijlslabd county's war savings depos
its at that time were $SS,1 85.71,
visrhilp Cnnk pnnnlv'ia n-pro SS?. -
ib 29.23. Sangamon county ranked
j jthird with $35,558.85.
j Excursion to Muscatine Sunday
afternoon, May 2?, on your favorite
i f tcamer G. W. Hill.
Frank farlino. "r IT V"
The Rock Island police are m- rirst 1 rUSt aiKl
stituting a wide search for Frank , . . c D 1 -
Cariino, 16-year-old Italian youth; .. .ftVingS BanK
who has been missing -from his locitpd at Rwk wand. st 6t Illinois,
home in Rock Island under myster- ', "ton lA? J
i0U8 conditions for two months. Puttlic Aopoan of the State of Illinois.
Whether or not the youth met pursuant to law.
with foul plav in this communyi resoirces.
or was lured away, perhaps to meet jlJHnt,; ; ; ; ; : ;
a bim.iar late, is putiuus uie yj-iritu Bond and Stocks 22.8(io.uo
lice as thev have failed to find one ! canitm Houms. Furmturj and
trace of the youth. Letters and j Ftnr , J 7fl
cards have been sent broadcast, but ,mm . Bankf ; 2?;s!L
not one nas eilCliea a reply irom , K.xvhintti. tneck? ana imiev- I
police or other authorities that "om,
.....u i,. Oihcr Resources .
wuuiu icau iu o liuc iu iuc uw;
Committee From Bidding Town
Meets With Executive t imndl
The city of St Louis. Mo., may
land the next year s head camp and
national encampment of degree
teams of Modern Woodmen of
America in June, 1921. A delega
tion of prominent St. Louis Wood:
men representing the various civic
organizations and local camps had
a- hearinc before the executive
t , , - k..iU!..
11?n Klpvnnth avMillP rliprl .t i-anlCOnncil in me. lieau onire UUUU...R
o'clock this morning at St An-; Thursday morning at which time
thony's hospital, following a par- the claims of fet Louis were pre
alytic stroke and an illness of eight Uented and considered.
weeiig- i As a result the council mstruct-
He was born in Michigan, May 31.! el Directors F. B. Easterly, F. R
75 years ago. but bad resided mostjKorns. S. S. Tanner and Assistant
of his life at Ottumwa. Iowa. He Head Clerk J. G. Ray to make a
came to Rock Island four years ago. personal investigation of the situa
By trade he was a mason. Mr. tion in that city and report their
Morehouse was preceded in death findings to the June meeting. This
by his wife, Nancy Morebouae, 20 survey will be made in about ten
years ago. ' .jdays. Cedar Point, Ohio, and Min-
The survivors are one daughter, neapolis. Minn., are also being con
Mrs. Jennie Clari-of Chicago; fivejsidered for the head camp conven
sons, William-H., of Ottumwa: John tion. The St. Louis committee con-
O., of Rock "Island; Joseph F., ofisisted of John Schneider. John E.
Rock Island; Gardner E., of Moline, I Turner. J. A. Murray. Dr. O. H.
and Elmer E., in the west; and one Aufder Hcide ami L. H.-Spurling!"
Buying at SHALLENE'S Means a Good Deal
J It- '
ICm W 'V.V W MM W W.
New Location: 1320-22-24 5th Ave., In the Loop
Capital Srok Paid in
i net i .
1 Tuf to Bank
! Bills Parable and Rediscounts
$100 oon 00
The youth had lived with his
mntkii, Mpc lnri,irip farltnn.
, t... . . . i Surpiu Fund
ririu aenue anu ruurieemu suceu i Undivided I"rofits
He left home, one eveuing aDouti Deposits
two months ago with a friend, hay
ine S40 v;ith him. Thj friend re
turned but Cariino has not been) Total Liabilities 408.ifl8.89 I
seen.since. The friend was unable j .. Sg VZX
to give any clue as to a reason the ahove ,utcnjent is true to the be?t j
fhy Cariino did not show up at oJ my kuowMK and beiief. j
his'home after the evening. c. a. BEj(r
Attorney Harry McCaskrin has !stat nf Unols county of Rock inland, w. j
heen aidine the mother in the Sut.svnb"d and sworn to. before me this i
..... . , j ....... ...... i:uh day ot Mj.v. 1920.
searcn, ana anncuueeu louay wm
considerable fear that the youth,' iskal
W. G. QCAYLE.
FORMERLY BRADY'S STORE
Phone ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Free
443 X 444 Cor. 7th Ave. and 12th St. . Delivery
EXTRAORDINARY VALUE GIVING IN GROCERIES AND
DRYGOODS FOR THREE DAYS
SATURDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY
500 plants to be sold while they last at these SDecial wices. Salvia. Folia.
Snapdragons, Petunia, Rebinas, Lady Ciears, Geraniums, Table Ferns, etc.
xuut wiiuicc iui J.UC mj u. v.'. u. or pnone oraere on mese nower specials.
4 bchs. 1
Potatoes, per bu.
$5.25, tl A(
i Hams, OC
35c Prunes, snec
ial, 9C '
10 bars .WC
Limit 10 to customer
Brazil Nuts, 43c
per lb. ..
Dill Pickles, 50c
Peas, Q C
2 cans .."wC
Pnnrnrn r I
Bix Sioux Com,
2 cans OC
3 bare Ofl
Your choice of the following article at real bargains. Vases, Mixing Bowls,
Cuspidors and Granite Sauce Pans (values up to $1.00) Your choice for '25c!
One lot of Plat
ters, values to $2,
Bulk or package
Garden Seeds at
Cabbage or To
mato Plants, per
value ... u
Boys' and girls' Roller
Skates ..." . .$2.69
$8.50 to $10 value Boys'
Suits sizes 6 to 16, while
they last .... $6.75
$3.50 to $4.50 men's
Felt Hats, all ....$2.50
$5.00 value Men's Felt
20 off Men's Wom
en's, Children's Shoes.
$1.25 value men's Dress
and Work 1 ff
Any Man's Necktie in
the store, values $1.25,
36 in. Bleached Muslin,
Water, Lily brand, limit
5 yds. to a customer,
a yd. .U ..29c
95c Bleached Muslin,
9-4 wide,Pepperell .79c
25c Cotton Crash, spec
ial, 5 yds. to a customer,
20 off Women's Silk-Waists.
S2.50 to $3.00 Women's
Corset in coutil or ba
20 Discount on all
Women's Silk or Serge
75c to 89c values in
brassiers, lace and em
25 off tm all Sweaters,
men s, women and children's.
Fresh Churned Butter every day. Five
Sanitary Butter Stores in the Tri-Cities.
Buy at the one nearest you and you are
assured of fresh Oualitv Dairv Products.
Butter (fresh fiQp
churned, lb OOC
fresh, dozen ......... tlV
Fancy brick cream
cheese, lb Otjl
New York cream cheese, es- i
product, lb UV
cheese, lb 001
Fresh cottage "I Q
cheese, pint IOC,
3 tall cans milk, three y r
favorite brands ,TtUv
Real butter- OA
milk, gallon UC
Fresh Pasteurized Milk,
Cream and Whipping
Drink Buttermilk. Buy what you can
drink at fountain here, 5 cents.
There te'no -substitute fop smme&r
Davenport, Rock Island, Clinton, Dubuque,
The Bostpn s
$4.50, $5.00, $7.50, $8.50
Are the best of style, quality and workmanship
to be had. Early purchases make these prices
possible. ..Umtmmmm.: '
Better invest in a pair here and now.
' Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Truly Beautiful Living Room
Nov is the time to plan to get those new pieces for your home
that you have wanted and needed for so long. You will find
here handsomely designed, splendidly made, upholstered fur
niture that will make your living rom more attractive, more
'comfortable and cozy and more inviting to your family and
5 v ss:s: 1
Whittall rugs, richest in ap
pearance, the very best in
wearing quality. These are
the features which make
Whittall rug leaders. Do
not fail to see our matchless
of an Easy
Is only realized when the qual
ity and make have been consid
ered with this idea in mind. We
have selected the Royal as the
best on the market today.
The furniture shown on our floors is Good Furniture that will last a life
time. It is the kind you will be proud to add to your home. Your inspec
tion is invited at all times.
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year against defects either in material or workmanship.
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The Cable Music House
Opposite Mt Cube's Ston On Third Arenne
1716 Third Avenue. Phone R. 1. 431.
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