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f -: - - - ' r 1 ' -4..: s-;- - t 1?t t v I ft a ... ;v n.' v ... '", K ' i H -v - i K.J k . . , r . . at t SJldfcl SS FS ..... l-y frlecatloas Jstosaaarattei: : ttQ.t. HLDEZ2A5DX. (Cpedal to The Arris). , --Iitr. Jnna . The Sock - at hasd concert at the jj! ttneblbacfl last evening and Mg tmprMsiolLr' : It likewise tJJ M Mcort to the grand mon I g&u the opening session in the ft MffliBC. . ;. Tat Trenton. Mo., the party was li tiM os an auto tour of the city. I rflriac picture for Pathe's Week- k wen taken of the Rock Island Jtrty which was voted the, haad Zmt appearing. A huge Rock It M tanner decorates the lobby jfthe Hotel Muehlbach. ' iTbe parade last evening took dm hours to pass a given point ftedsl provisions have been made tx the Rock Island ladies who are .. v: it r s t - yt , y fbi r-f its:. r t.'J 1 1 ir tar i w 4. Field. ia Ca trua Jtock Watt Of of to Island mi87iit.k,c tatEaw worse et-!,1ik i it t made ton j- 'l ymtb i la -tli 01 i to tkU-tcOr Jr enlarged to inclose t' mlw! depart ma v.. . . Kiss Deaa -W recessed as a tireless. faltkftJ aad eaergetle in structor, and one thoroughly effi cient to her wort.- Ska several times woe recognition for the Softools of Rock Island in state ex hibits. The board has eznreseed appredaOoa of bar Ion service sad regret at htr tfapartara. ; - Her retirement from the teaching profession has - been made sary that she may be at borne wit ner ages mother.. Hie expects to conduct a delicatessen shop, spe cializing in home cooked products. Miss Mary EntriUn. appointed in 1890 assistant principal of Haw- thorns school and teacher of the eighth grade, rose steadily In her profession through her efficiency and ability as a teacher and exec utive. In 1912 she was made nrla-" clpal of Eugene 'Field school and in 117 was relieved of teachine . Ce'itsrH fr! w wci &arot C Itach reeeas are: Kra. wxhoC; Mrs. -gusta Hecher. tare. Mary Toung; Mrs. Selma Sahmaa, Mrs. X31a Pet- larj gpresdlng Rock Island props- duties in order to devote her full mnA. tot 1922 and thus far hav time to supervisory work. She will th best sf the argument ' As an evidence of what Rock Is land It up against when it comes to securing the supreme council of tht Veiled Prophets the follow ing si quoted from the Kansas City fur. gives a pretty fair idea of rhst Los Angeles grotto is doing to (H the convention in 1922: Tne Jlnnistan grotto of Los ' Angeles came prepared, to . owke strenuous light for the 1)22 session of the supreme council. The fight they will wise, however, will be a unique one, for a well formu lated plan has been adopted to please all who visit their head qasrters, both by Bight and taste, with the- wonderful things they have brought from their "enchanted" land. The special train of 12 cars which brought the grotto to i- Kanias City bore two carloads of oranges, 5,000 cans of choice i. green olives, 10,000 drinks of orangeade, 10,000 scenic souv- ' enlr books of California and (,000 buttons with a dangling poppy attached. All this is at V tractively displayed in the re- ceptlon room on the mezsasine Z floor of the Hotel Muehlbach. ? Tomorrow at the headquarters, t after visitors have viewed the display, all of the exhibit will be given away as a sample of what can be expected if the 1922 session goes to Los An geles, v w rThree trench mortar guns ' alio were brought by the grot- to. They were taken to the' not of the Hotel Muehlbach and will make their presence known there before - the- con . ration ends most likely in ' the wee sma' hours of the . morning it is whispered. V But in spite of this we have the tsnrsnce of ' some' very good Irtenda in the supreme council that 'flock Island can show new hotel Dtcuities that there will be no qnes- da 13 .L T-1 I 1.-J , J v the 1922 meeting place. The Baw uiana parlors nave Been 14 are directly opposite those of "to Angeles. Los Angeles mem 'r have made several overtures to have Rock Island withdraw, .approximately 22,000 visitors and -athgstea have registered thus far. Cleveland, Ohio, is in the lead for slt21 meeting and will undoubt edly be voted the next meeting, "rsland is represented by over ww hundred members and their J- Rock Island la one ot the W advertised cities tad grottoes the convention. ton aM caW djrecuiirs - were made the board C edueattoa at the regular monthly aiium at the high school TaeesW aicht. New sapaUea were ordered, toe some of tne echooia, and rpsuae csmducted.. . , . t Tftet were eevea grade live BjuA echool teaimers. two dal teachers. 11 Jctttors and live eareteria directors arvolnted , . The supply coauntttee was aa thorised to purchase chairs for the gymnasium balcony of Washington school was let to the M. and T. rental equipment The "board also decided to purchase eight addition al scales such as those used in the physical and health- work of the schools, thus ; supplying all the' buildings. ' The bid for electric light fixtures for the Washington school wa slot to the M. and F. Electric company for $819.75. ? All buildings, it was decided, will be -thoroughly renovated and put in first class condition for the fall term. Three resignations were accept ed, those of Miss Abigail Dean, drawing supervisor: : Miss Rnth Erickson of Grant school and Miss Maty Entrikln, principal ot hugene Field school, v Appointment Made. -- Special teachers appointed were Miss Helen Guessenhainer who will ;J!M&&iiir&fllili William Haaee was ' appointed probattoa eaeer. B. A. "Cheldon re ceived the arpottitTt of engineer, and pf. T. LaaMaO at utamaa. 'Janitor appotntasenU made are; Oscar Johnson. Manual Arts build lng; WUliam Anderson, high school buildtac: EhaQ ReUmar. Haw therae; MUter 0KaUl7. KssaMe; Al- trea Faaistron, uacou; . wunam Biensr, Kogeae fieli; In Smith, Irving: John VedeU, Lougfellow; K B. Wood, Horace-Mann; A. Fos ter, Grant: B. A, Quinlaa. Audubon; John Chans ky, Franklla; Mary Bawker, Frances Willard: Lbsle Eubrendt Center ' Station : James DeVoe, Edison; George- T." Munn, Lowell. A Janitor for Washington school is yet to be appointed. its rriHt szsrs to ALUHHI : BEUINDS THEZI OF EEUlilON M M t. - ... I "Willi V ?" ' J" r,r . r: ' ! nave charge of drawing In the plete for the future. . VAUDEVILLE AT ". WATCH TOWER IS . PLAN OF SUMMER grades and high school, and Miss Officers of the Rock Island High School Alumni association have- sent out second Jetters to remind the members of the organization of the ' dinner-dance reunion" to be held at the Masonic temple next Monday evening. " , , Tickets hate been 7 printed and are being distributed among the I members, the- response being quite r East be A new feature of the attractions of the Watch Tower this summer is the regular offering of vaudeville, which began this week. The dis cretion of the shows Is by H. S. Logan, who is experienced as a manager and who promises some unusual attractions. He comes here from Clinton, where he con ducted a vaudeville housd during the past season. New bills are offered twice a week, on Sunday and Thursday. Two shows are given daily,- at 7 and at 9 o'clock in the evening. They, are held in the band shell. It is expected "by the management that tri-city people will appreciate the opportunity of seeing high class talent regularly, and that tbey will take advantage of this opportunity, never before offered as a regular attraction at the Tower. Frances O'Brien to the position Of j in ccord with the expectation of supervisor, of physical education. . the committee in charge. ; His school appointments were: The program of the evening In- Eugene Youngert, English; Luella eludes a dinner, business session, Meyer, commercial work; Kathryn ' social hour and dancing, Wrtxon's Welsh, home economics; Margaret I orchestra furnishing the musie. Commissioner William H. FRs- Pitnom. in chares of the dcDart- . meat ot pabUe beatth sad safety,? saaettaeed thtrmoramt tiuu he de sire to call the attsaUoa ot iallj enueas that all car base is the fa- tore must be wrapped la paper be- ivre piaang ta Us Caas, Under the new order all garbage mast be drained as dry as possible and the wrapped well with paper o i k can as ouraaa at the city iaeinerator ptsat .': . - For nearlv twe veara nrtturit has been collected unwrapped for sale to the Tri-City Disposal com pany for bog feed. It took several weeks to get the people educated to refrain from wrapping garbage at that time and from -throwing in any material that may have been, poisonous to swine. Printed mat ter and even 'broken glass found their wsy into garbase cabs and great care had to be exercised in feeding the garbage. The city col lected almost sufficient funds from the sales to pay for the cost of col lection, but now this source of revenue is cut off. Refuse to Buj Garbage. The company has closed its hog farm south of Moline and only op erates the farm outside ot Daven port. For this reason no more pur chases can be made here, as it has been deemed unfeasible to haul the garbage over to Davenport . . As a result, all garbage must be burned at the incinerator plant, and Commissioner - Fttzsimmons urges that the wrapping of garbage be taken up immediately so that this work can be carried out suc cessfully. "Remember, all garbage must be drained and then wrap ped," the commissioner says. t . f - ' ' . .. i "V - ' ' -.- -' j " it , ', " . t . - .-- - -- f - V- " : ' '.t-' - ----- .....,. ' 1 a..,. - . - .-. - V ' v ' - tS St ' s s as s E SHOOTING this year will exceed all previous records. Likewise our prices on quality shoes will be greatly re duced. Bert's Boot Shop. - RJETIRDtO--''! S' : tram business is caused from un expected reasons or, a competency acquired- by an -enormous profit We are going to stay in business and continue to give you a share ot oar profits. , Bert's Boot Shop. OUB GIFTS the people for 1920: Service. iuy ana sstisf action, Bert's Boot A Sure Way To End Dandruff There is one sure, way- that has never failed to remove dandruff at once, and that is to dissolve it, then you destroy it entirely. .To do this. Just get about four ounces ot plain, common liquid arvon 1 from any drug store (this is all you will need), apply it at night when retir ing:; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it In gently with the fincer tins.' By morning, most if not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dissolve sad entire ly destroy every single sign and trace of it, no matter how much dandruff you may have. Ton will find all itching and dig ging of the scalp will stop instant ly, and your hair will be fluffy, lus trous, rtossy. silky dad soft vend look and feel a hundred times better.--(AdT.) Yon home krwm, thinii of "wbat KKBAIJtPhyer rano means in happinew for -tabets eaa TjbiF to their hearts content, rfrinj - I; Pension to indrridnaKty and musical taste. cad pUyin. Then lor the cfcildran leaxcinj to Tlay a k inwalaable bath as piano and as a player. MWhy deny your family the great joy of a KfclBALL "yer piano? A small payment ckrwn sends one home; hUtfleeaiinwnthpaysfor it., 7 - OA write or IrJMtM. ,'."W' VaUesale asd-,-' Ictaft, fil last See tt. I1 Uxth Ave, VaSaa mcmeo Oldest BellaMe Hasle mtefar, SPECIAL SALE Highest Grade Reliners (Self-Vulcanizing) ' Thermoid Brand All Sizes (Self-Vulcanizing) Thermoid Reliners 'All Sizes ' Highest Grade ; VReliner Made in u.s.a. ' At Less : than Wholesale Cost Entire Stock of Chicago Branch Thermoid Rubber Co. These Thermoid Reliners are made of NEW FABRIC, not from old, worn out tires like most reliners are made ofthey are SELF VUL CANIZING being coated heavy with cement and ram rubbed. They will never slip or creep in your casings like many other brands do. .. T If you liave an Auto Tire that is getting thin or in bad condition you! can get many more miles with it if you will put one of these reliners in. Economize while Tires are High Price. " V COMPARE THESE PRICES: M .All 3-icch Sizco at G2-48 All 3H-incb Sizca at 02.98 AO l-bch Sisoo at 03.48 AD i -fcrii S5sc3 d 038 X AD S-iccb Sizes at 04.48 TTiernwrd tSea-Vukani) Relmer. : Above Priceav Rceeent AboBt SSffcit Diacoanrt " Free Defmtry m-TriXSties tnCecbr ilapids. ' Several CarUads in Stock. CDsqsare My Price. ALL' Cn)S?TmESSTX 1 90 HOT carry say SSCOKMa. I s et stores tali savrsc, tsgtraer w9k Mr Cat Ferd Parts. Taleaatthat ef Ores aad Beeairiag aad lecessers tn all ankea ef ca: cam aayCll TlT a aartttar ta srv Taaea, fiMinaVil Bedlss far Fwidt aad Tracks. Feed . p AVEr?ponx 4 srors cshar rapids aw wa j aiuiij m-d : w? itvwi auav. 39 .-J - i mm at IIS Cast Third Sb - Crtrnu Cnir Ct Pm S. - E. 2sd Si. Cor.rd & Vz Are. H; 0?ea -Vliat ; o Lappenmf fa some Tri"Gi;dmaif rebmcr , Becently we have had the pleasure of replacing several good but a little old-fashioned oak dining room writes, with modern wal nut suites. ' . , '- This was done through our Exchange Department We took in the oak suites as part payment on the new, stylish walnut suites. Perhaps your dining room does not exactly suit you. If not, we invite you to come to the store, look over our dining room fur niture stocks, and if you see something. you like we . will send, our appraisal man out to your house and let' yon know just how much of an allowance we can make on your old suiteV , JV j Or perhaps yea want to re-furnish a bed room, or yoar tiviag room. The same plan will help yon, ad matter waat new furniture or rags you may want, or what osed furniture yon may wish to be rid ot. It's a fine way to bring your far olshiags up-to-date at considerably less than ooit ,v 220-224 W. Third St. TilUIIIIIUIIIIUUIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllUlUlillYou'll Like TnuUna at Darcspcrt, Iowa ssd .. Beach Stockings Beach Stockings Tomorrow Mornrng at 8 y ; We Commence a 9-Day Sale ot 400 Wash Suits at Half Price This sale is the result o! ah unusually heavy purchase, last year, when prices were much lower ; we've decided that we bought too many, so herd goes. -According to the way these suits are marked, most of these are selling for half price; a few a little less; some for even more considering today's actual value of these suits the reductions would be much larger. ' s 300 Suits, Sold to $6 Reduced to $2.25 "peaturing Oliver Twist, Jr., Norfolk, Eton, Middy and A Beach styles in plain white; white waists with various colored pants; stripes and plaidsages 2 to 8, dn OR for nine days only at ; . . .7. . . . . .tj) 4. & O 100 Suits, Sold at $3.50 Reduced to $1.95 Hp Bssa,9 styles, same patterns are in this group esint! special une at 92 25 ; former .53 SO jpsd- Ol OR ities-ron sals for 9 days at . OJUeJ turn ;iro i II -4 - t 't 1 jr n i 1 1 Ji - jit"