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..... x 1 " . I L KT, Ch&'CUca has rstaraai ts CUet'9 aOr vising lor two weeks wUi friers gad relatives la Rock Mut' - R. r. Clad; or South St. Paul. Mlna arrived last night to visit Although the Uoa of tha now Rock Island Cham- at the home of bit brother, James eer k uommere is not u m un Clegg...lM fifth, ; avenue. Ftam i before the public MUl later data. members ' of the various eoauu- bar be will go to Dot Moines tor a visit Revl and Mrs. W. EOUnr an rtiMK to io ths Commer -'Jtsvtags teak, fifteenth street !onA8ovd of Gameroa risked the "r-?- arenas. Moifaw, mi i e j i.rt i j,( h.. rt... 'Hameriy aad the A. B. Beck homes. L!l !. Ch"lw,Rer. Ollrtr Is to come to the dty .or. colored ex-convict, wuu pastor of the Second Christies a to the police station by P- j church Aug.-L.-r-.j. 4 i aoa reterson and zann. Tay-! vr. and Mrs. Loala Bablck hare -V equipped with a home made , returned to Rock laland ' after as key and a s-cornered Me, ependlng a weak in Bt Louie. eg around the bank lor. about i Dr. Hada M. Carlaoa of the Royal Neighbors Is In Colorado Springs, on bueinaaa .connected , with the Royal Neighbor work., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Casey of i a boars but made no attempt to er It ,:..; ..;.,, tC.P. Aabya, part owner of a aoft !1nk parlor at 1803 Fifteenth reet noticed tho negro and notl i Patrolman Peterson. Peterson tot over and questioned the man ho explained that he had been Setting friends' In , Moline. but raid furnish no names or ad- tees' eonitltnting the reorgaataa tien body took further, steps to ward its completion in a private session at the Rock ' laland etab (his noon. Reports were made on various phases of the work. A" re port made by the committee ' oa aims aad objects was accepted. The- meeting was adjourned until Tuesday evening, when the work wUl be continued at a aeeelon at the club at 7: SO o'clock. -. The fUOwfxx went aro sdowaa th thus aaafcStas taet their Uai and face view, to take 1018 Fourteenth-and-a-half atreet returned yeaterday from a motor trip to Chicago- and in Indiana. They also attended the Loyal Order of Hooae convention. Lowell D. Oranger, who ia at- e negro laid aomethina on the i aity of Eranaton. arrived home laat ony a. hospiUl tnis morning tor 1. l i. vt.i. anln tn mpivH & faw dtn with . OOO msiuiewa. piurn uh '7 Jterson ilater discovered was ajbia parents, Rev. and Mrs, J. Clark Sunday P'y, known , personally BOB MATTHEWS OF ' SUHDAY PARTY HAS IUNOB OPERATION An operation for the removal of tonsils was performed at St. Antn- Das keyi When Taylor was searched at 1J.0 ws found bearing the name : "li Ti Gnat Talk, 321 Thirteenth atreet Oranger, 811 Fifteenth atreet. and through nts musical taient to Frank L, Johnson, Wausa. Xeb..j many thousands in the tri-eitiea. arrived in Rock Island Wednesday 'Mr. Matthews has been in the tn- cmes tor several aays, coming nere weeks' visit with his. mother, Mrs. Emma C. Johnson, 522 Third street and other relatives. Mr. Johnson is cashier of the First National bank of Wausa, Otto D. Storbeck, superintendent rudtog from hie pocket He '"J? " lUB ntlnn !P.Ia. Ih.t nnl... h. D1HW ID Mil MUIIUO, KUU Several fct the money in a safe place he business men ofthat city left at would loss it ana onerea to sen mlk. who is the nroorietor of the Ictor resieursnt said that Taylor kd come In for lunch about 4 p. yesterday. When he paid tor cnecg rniK noucea aome.puis An a bill fold he did not need, for ff cents. Taylor agreed and Falk live him the fold, neglecting tore auve his card. iTaylo'r' resides at 1103 Thlr- TJ llV.v r rao"8vBn" " the home of Mrs. Ferguson's father, Ader'the surveillance of the East ' j F Moeiler, 1000 Sixteenth atreet Wto the station on several minor tfenses before. , t : ' . . noon today for Chicago. . They are to viait several cities in Kentucky before returning home from the business trip. Mrs Will Ferguson and aon, Billy, of Cuero, Texas, arrived last evening from St. Louis to visit at 8 Now is tha time to nhone R I. rf03, If you get In our Quad-City Justness directory. from Oklahoma City after the dis banding of the Sunday party - for the . summer months. He gave a concert in - Davenport Tuesday evening. - This morning he submit ted to the minor operation, from which he is recuperating. SPANISH CABINET WO&KS ONH.C.L. Madrid, June 24. The cabinet council today conferred on the high cost of living. Contrary to what is happening in neighboring coun tries, the prices of many articles in Spain continue to rise, causing re- It took 10 men nine years to nested protests in Madrid and make a mosaic picture in St. Peter's . throughout the provinces. - at Rome. ! Fruits and vegetables have been . ! 'the only foodstuffs ' to become More than three times as many ! cheaper, so as a result of the marriagea take place in June as in I abundant crops. rw Wlnaahan wtffc of Jamse Mlnnoaan, dted at aer noma, 711 eleventh aveaue, yeatarday aft ernoon. 8ka was a Ufe-loag resi dent of taia efty. : ' . Sao was bora in Rock Island if .t lid , Her auldea aaaie m KM S umaa. oam wmmt matted in marriags to James Mm aehan " in Rock Island June M, She Is survived by the widower, James Mlaaehaa; three children, LeRoy C Clarence J. aad Mildred M. Minneban; her mother. Mra. Mary Brahm; two sisters. Mrs. Wil liam Brandt and Mrs, Carl Otto, mm brother. Barnard Brahm. all of Rock laland. Funeral services wui oe conduct ed at o'clock Saturday morning t at Joaonh'a Catholic church. with Dean P. H. Durkla officiating . . . . A-.S4 , and witn mterment ai uuvmry ram etary. .' FULL BACKS STAR IN CITY'S WHO'S WHO?' -If your best friend begins to crane hia neck in an effort to study the contour of your back or the ahrenolosT of your b.ead from rear view prospective, don't think him "nuts." Rather give him credit for being adept at the science end art nf nretlc thrift! For in these days it pays to know youh acquain tance's back. This la wny: A novelty ' in fllmdom will be ahown shortly in thia city, under the caption of "Who"a Who in Rock Island," by George . Raymonr. di rected by Carl Miller, manager of the Spencer Square and Colonial theatres.- The method of Aiming is quite simple, yet abounds in considerable amusement.. . The camera man goes about the city and takes pictures of between forty and fifty prominent men, those best known being se lected, if possible. These are thrown on the scren at the theatre, showing only the backs of the men on the first presentation. Members of the audience are supplied with allpa of paper to mark the namea of the subjects they can guess. Man- n Muollor haa offered 125 in i prizes for the most correct lists. For tha smt week, or so; the la- jaactioe, "Watch ynnr stap." oa taa mala thoroughfares here la la or der, for the movie saaa may bo after tho pictures. Tha photograph Is first taken from the-back, them gffa oao will - ask. too psrsoa napped to turn, when frost view la esiugaC The film ts than cat ia Taere at sm.easusos for to to bs twtsted. for If the nat ron la at the toeatr both times, ha wttlseo tor bias if or herself how close the gna lag was. : Manger Mustier woald appredats tha cooparaUoa of the bnalnets men iwgardlnc too poatag for toe cam era, as it to desired to procura a ropreseatotivo list, of sabjocta. "No." was too reply of Mr. Ray- mood, in answer to ths qaory whether a eabjeet has to bo good C7lTIs JUCCIETO Kew Tork. June 24. Allan A. Ryan, rhalrman of too Stats Motor Car company, who became Involv ed to a controversy witbiofflclau of !th New Tork stock exchange at ) the time ft was alleged a corner iextsted In State, has been expelled .from tho exchange according to an aanoaaosmain today Vr f of govenior. pvovacua - oneenQre ses ' teroay waea tho board . FREE! v15 FREE! BEir LB. BOOT S10FH nwaBnawaBawasnswESaaaaCaBBs ... t I Given With Each Pair of Shoes Purchased at This Store, a Shoe Stretcher Something everyone needs. In addition to this vou will I1)! ' find our shoes reduced $2.00 and $3.00 below the general iH prices. - .: . '''. A FEW SPECIALS, LADIES' AND MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS 'fifflal-to---: - , ! i .. -, ... .. , ....... We just returned from a week's purchasing trip at Chicago. We offer you the best for. the least money. Having made a careful selection o( the latest styles and rare values. We guarantee every pair. , W.- SPEIDELL, Msr. 1816 Second Ave. Rock bland, HL who figured to the aliens , laat March. Mr. km? with "principles iaesssWanr fust principles of trass," ., , ht. ityan. in tars, rhtm the attitada of tha zr- mltteo as unjust and did aa the sesakm, which todenaaw a "star chamber" proessCag? I 20' DISCOUNT a fj Every Garment That Goes Out of My Shop Must Make Good, Or I Do. i Fine all wool worsteds, silk mixtures and serges, made just the way yon want that suit made, at a discount of 20 or an extra pair of pants free. My entire stock of furnishings, straw hats, etc., is also on sale and you save one-fifth on every purchase. 7T . .ve , ."""'3 1 ' - . ee . . es ' VSA V. ttdec VCjk - iJidii J(U ' ! i VsvP " ! rt A H1 1 e wi HA . - pea a I I I tindlt 11 1 I et bos Jn I JD. J enaie l f - ssed 1 J4 The S VTl the wi eara b ( 1 f "ye1 WHY NOT COME IN TOMORROW OR SATURDAY AND LOOK ME OVER? if OH IN THE 1800 BLOCK, ROCK ISLAND ALONE in the tire field -the Firestone 3 takes its place beside the half dozen products of universal use which manufacturing genius has made standard. Built in a specialized fac toryby experts with all the economy of concentrated production. What the bulk of the peo ple accept as the standard of value is right. You owners of small cars can forget tire details you need not bother with meth- ods, features, or guarantees. Call for the Firestone 3. f ipf5 Crili! ''lean (nonskid) jf Gray Tube $3.75 Red Tube $4.50 MM' 0 N" tUl I that ,. I house r enaawaawawaawaMCEjl '