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Tit I X . i.' -i a i C : r vv "" 1 A.. an rr eal at t art wL." k Usa r 2 . - 1 -, cayenne 'asia a la r-iar Sr VfeWCT talXnr.. aM&&n ih VlxSa . th I-C-a jjnad, represent!, tag Une, Rock Island wiuiun is answer to too cttrt Jiat the franchise of the 11m irned to hat expfrad ftv I ago, am mjiuw - wuih sanded in the disposal 6X tho jg, which la situated on city -Vl' '" ' r. Heea wai boj una u u to sot tM civ io parcnaae mrehouM at a rental propoai and to sem as a nucleus for ja rlvr freight when pack usta again begin plying tha ktlppL, ' ' lit warehouse was erected a 20 years ago, and was first 4 by the old Diamond-Jo line. j Streckfns line then purchased p warehouse and operated it u li ra franchise granted by the city, jch called tor the payment of ?1 I fair. Want Ground Back. I gowcTer, it was recently learned ftat the franchise has expired and sj opportunity Is ripe to more the jaildins to free the city-owned rlv v front which' it is expected some B7 will be needed for a municipal (ksrt A sea wall is also contem piwi. . The warehouse has not an used for a year, but is in fair addition and Mr. Mead lowered the ice to the city to $760. I The city commissioners -feel tot while tha lumber In the ware Mue is worth more the city could tordly afford to pay more than SM. as some repairs would be anted and no, one is known who Ifht want to rent the building. Is case the city doea not buy the wilding an effort will be made by ft. Mead to Eell it to private con cern., However, on this score the j commissioners say that they mid not grant more than a three Mar tease on the ground, and pos Sblr could not allow a lease for war one year. h case the city does not buy, nor i I pirate concern, an order will be jnwd for the Streckfog-- line to mm the building off city property, itu said. ' - MSVkajW"ja-.- atajav VaafSMask gwayaa Kwaa lT4aw at tat . aawfcjliasj. . YwnlfSn essena -i? annSajni snath snwa Tnme far ia "Criauoa fiTili- : Ir5 C-aw-a. Craasl.TLsa. v.' poum czcovin CT0LZ3' oahj m covered by the police Wednesday night. A ear belonging to Earl H. siuuu, ivii aeveniaenui street, which was stolen from the garage at the rear of bis borne the night of June -2f, was found at Sixth avenue and Twenty-first street ; PUBLIC KOTICE. I wish to give notice that I will not be responsible for debts con tracted by my wife, Mary McCaw, after this date.' Also that anything sold from tha nrml at Flr.t street and Twenty-fourth avenue must be purchased from the un- aersignea. JOHN M'CAW. June 24. 1920. The Sea-noto dreas wia show in rock Island en Inly 14. All prrvtagaa and rights hsv been granted by the dtp and tha eon tract has bean signed. The cirena is one of considerable also; and its attractions hare given good aatissacuon in Rock Island ta previous yean. The show waa hare last year sm two yean before. The cirena win ptti-s tn tents on that portion of Doagian para: tying jost nortn oi toe Base ban neM ea cloanre, and which waa recently ended down ana prepared as a suitable field for sports for tha younger people and for circus grounds. Tha Yankee-Robinson cir ena showed on the grounds on Mays. Heaas tttt for City. . , The advance agent for the show arrived In Rock Island this morn ing, following np a telegram aent yesterday in which he appealed for reservation of the grounds. He made arrangements for the payment of S250 to the city for rights and privileges. The sum of $190 will be paid as a license fee, $100 will be paid as ground rental, $35 for the city cleaning np the grounds after the show bas depart ed, and $15 for water service f . 1 ' . . T (, t J V I - UslCt cxlr af attl ery. nxJ antl aawtu f'JX uf the caeatty eosot of Cock UUad conn- ty. ia for as aasaii .-;tnt of taa coat of aati lmprovewMtt accordlng t fratrtr-e, said aaaaai .nt barag payaus ta it tnaraiiaatntav sacs awing interest at tie rate of S per cant per annunt. and an aisisa it uererar navmc oeea maew and reenrned to said court, the nn- al hearten thereon win be had on th th day of Jaty. A. p. 1820, at tha hoar of o'clock a. m, or as soon thenaxter as the pnettoaa of tha court wilt Permit. - ais persona desiring may me objections in said court before said day, and may appear on the hear ing and make their, defense. Dated at Rock laland, Jul, June 24, 1920. ... NICK BRBXAR, Officer Appointed to Mat the As sessment - OrcuUr letters ve awt owe th state maaowdrng the at Lam BsaaU of Kankar atnte tiaaanrsr. tor the aosBlsmtfcna for awver- nor. He gtvea notloa that he op- PE0PERTY HOLDERS' NOTICE. . Gen. No. 540. ' -Notice is hereby given to all per sons interested that the council of the city of Rock Island, 111., having ordered the paving of Twenty ninth street with asphalric con- rTTTiADTTr.PHIA IS &X1LL TELTED 01TY; 1,823,158 IS CENSUS WKhtngton,' June 24. Philajel -1920 population ' . was an aaMd last night as 14123,158, an ntmte over 1010 of 274,150, or ir.? aer cent Tin population of Rochester, N. I, wt fixed at 296,850, an in mate of 77,701, or 35.6 per cent. ftiladelphia, which has ranked u third most populous city of the out try since 1890, has. shown a tattotial growth in , population irSg every decade , since the first k 1 census was taken in 1790. tss first census showed Phlladel pit ranking as second city of the fenttry with 4,600 less InhabiUnts fXKew York, the largest city, ! t. a total population of 28,522. fhtdelphia maintained second )tik until 1830, when displaced by Altlmore. In 1840 Philadelphia asked as fourth city, having been (Spliced by New Orleans. With .as annexation of part of Philadel Ua county in 1854 the Pennsyl ila city moved into aecond rank,, ttich was held until 18SW. when ,010X0 became the nation's sec si largest city. Philadelphia has Xd the honor of being the coun i art third largest city since then. I niladelphla's population passed 100,000 mark with tha 1850 cra ss, the 500.000 mark in 1860. the !M,000 mark in 1890 and In 1910 t 1,549,008. - ) , Perfect Ventilation Air Ice Cooled Genuine Pipe Organ Played by Mr. Ed Stein. Celebrated Oreanist I Spencer Square EE f, : . ' TONIGHT LAST TIME TO SEE WILLIAM S. HART 3S x' In Hit Greatest and Latest Picture ' - 1 "THE TOLL GATE" 55 A Paramount-Artcraft Picture - TTlth Anna Q. Nflsson and An All Star Cast S a two gun tale of an outlaw who fought on the square sa And On the Same Program The World's Champion Lailgh as Producer . ; LARRY SEMON 55 In His Own Roaring, Seething, Record-Breaking Comedy 1 v "SCHOOL DAYS" SS Tha 01a DTS Were Never Like This Nothing Like It It's a Riot jjjjj '' COMING FRIDAY AID SATURDAY 1 MILDRED HARRIS CHAPLIN- .In Her Best Picture . ' "THE INFERIOR SEX" 'JTHEEANS TJEGE K0RE LEEWAY TO COLLEGE SYSTEM , COMING SUNDAY 'THE SEA WOLF ss Jack London's Greatest Story A Paramount-Artcraft Super as Spscial . - .1 . . lill!!!!!!UII!llli!IinillliillllllilllllSII!lll!IIII!l!!ll!!!lin hjirott, Mich., June 24. Expan na.ot its college system and re tftteatlon of its financial system Jt authorized by the convention tee Evangelical Lutheran synod today. Seminaries which are soeive extensive Improvement ddWons Include the one at rlarest, m. s ecuventlon finally approved Tenon nf tha Cnnmntia. Ma.. SnoBary to m more suitable loca- Bt Loula. .. 2 wOl make a mistake it-yon y let Ja pa out Qnad-Oty ortctory. Phpna R. X ty Bus- IGndling Every Load a ; Clean Load We're now delivering Rock Is land. Sash and Door Works se lected kindling. ' This is the tune to get your kindling into your cellar. We send you a generous load of this kindling and remember it's easy to pile and free from poor pieces. If rem hnren't ordered roar . coal do ao at onco -we'll make delrraries at tho earliest paaaiMe Rock Island' Fuel Co. v Tkirt Avewna nai , TweatyhM Stiwtt pERsmna, lane GET HARVARD LLD, Cambridge, ' Masa, ' June 24. Harvard university brought within its fellowship General Pershing and Franklin D. Lane, former secretary of the interior, both with degrees of Doctor of Laws. They were the only men to be io honored by Har vard this year. . Governor Coolldge and his mili tary staff, and President A. Law rence Lowell, led the commence ment procession. , . - . . IOWA WOMAJf JTOW 100." - Columbus Junction, Iowa, June 24. Mrs. Charlotte Walker of this place, celebrated her 100th birth day yesterday. Her. husband died 21 years ago. ..-'r (. MAJESTIf Cool and Befretthing 3 : TODAY ASD FRIDAY JesseL.Lasky - Pv3&SuV S He sold his troublesome mother-in-law for $5,000, but before the deal was finished you'll say he earned the S money. A picture that rocks with fun. MART PICKFORD r. . . .. IK -. 4 Days, Starting Sunday APajama Special at $2.85 "Pajamas of white soie- X Sette and nainsook; tans, blues, lavenders; fancy striped madras fabrics in all sizes. YouH want 1 $2.85 . 2 Suits for C30 EfindUmaka jfBKaoaviFvMB andlLBSJa oC everyday Kfe nTO ap-"5ijf1l usx ansae im ms 1 1 xrlfMCMi , ;,oto otan ta w SJr. Fiooe fifty ya 130, wilS kai OWaVnUKK , SojSjplriig 1 down aa at aaagl ajtaaan. I aaw a4 1 y I iSer sn-:a-. i im- raanaaataJaa S v-rlwal wJ a el iw ls- . ".. ,r- aWjaa. assaaej edhx ksaj fcjr Ur an Vtm ana- : a Oe tht ta rr-ate tkur awn atCaa. s bmMXX leans toward th Thosap-son-Lnndeen' facttoa of th Rapnb Meaa party in thia state. Kta aa aonnossaaat oanssd saaca saipvtae ssBong political 1dera. AH the Argna. aa the -Ta CraaRy atsf-wrf ujti rf S akv rjasei KksnaM AX.' T wants a atsoro from ! -Jf sea f that eCrla tM U a ctrenst conn. Tora susar rM Karea la, ttli tAWoUn and amy s, ss. ,,:., i- lis. Tri. xiUw xsux t at r-r- ka tanas sfUsfJ a . m wti Ang. 2. 1211. . 414 Fifteenth Street, Moline.' Vcndcrfcl Valzes Arc Preceded b GrctlSdsxJ ter, Coal, M-Smamgr PRESSES end m High-class washable frocks of voile and organdy, in a wide selection of wonderful new summer fashions, trimming effects and dainty colorings-at a price af fording unusual savings. Radically Forcing Out Every New Suit Price Unrestricted Choice Tomorrow at Chiefly aavy blue ia the seasoa'i late new (trie. A tew Rook ie, Copea and Kareltiea teautifulij wade and vilk lined. Uwsea' 16 ta 18 rears and women' mm op to 40 bust. This price will not any the material alone tor talL Complete Disposal of All Spring Coatc . At VOW The styles sre the very latest sports elects ia soft Camel's Hair. Dnvetya, flilvertencs; GoMtonM, Tinsslteaes, Weol Veiears and l.iurtrolii. Unj are aasdseawly silk lined tbraagnaat Our Marvelous Sale of Fancy Silk Skirts Continues Tomorrow with Wonderful Assortments at ......... w.n r Snlendid models of Fan-ta-si. Dew Kist Tricolette, Baronette Satin, Pussy Willow, Crepe Milano, Crepe de Chine, Crepe Venice, Klimax Satin. -v 1499 Extnording yahies ia New V, Are pre sented in this -grouping tomorrow at Smartly fashioned new summer models of splendid quality Surf Satin and Gabardine, at a sale price tomorrow that affords unusual saving opportunities, fash Skirts 9mmmm avaaW sfnta. 522 - Test r..L 5L Tw-U 1 Get Out the ' Frankfurters. ' 'The ideal picnic meat. Made aaonly Kohr8 Paddng Company can make them of selected meats spiced to a nicety delicious, in flavor.- For your next picnic ask your, dealer to send you KOHRS the Frankfurters youll like ' and be complimented for selecting Serve them at home for lunch. OUR I MTSE JS TODAY TOMORROW !s HARRY CAREY la a special Western feature in six acts BILLY WEST In "Th Dreamer" And Snnb Pollard comedy H SATURDAY f U LARRY SEMON s la -Th Ply Cap" y HOOT GIBSON In skod" H LYONS-MORAN F Is aagt fa the ar ' naruiwatuMrMtiissift I Colonial S Ceol and CestfartaMe H TODAY S BUCK JONES S FORBIDDEN TRAILS ETE Ala Lightalng Drrc ': H BB0TLJiS EIALTO CM Mattress J s iiai -;'-.. : - FSAXC13 rosa . s . - ta ; , rhaaea Baale i A very Interesting and tell- log pietnr, Mr. Pord enact' : rag tore parts. A BovnUT s worth saaing. - s Ala Path Kws net sad a i Xhristia Conwar, 5 " FRIDAY . i txcxmz - , i . The sareaa sewasthin t . "The lv KJntw I Ala a Patna fteara real aad a t Sank PoUard Cosnedy,. - Tesierrew and Sacnrday ROY STEWARTi AHD v BETTY BRYCEx Ami all star rt ta The Sagebrusber A Btctar With thrills, flanta aavMal Mkkl &Aai tiiiaS ejaaaas aaas vwfsssaj eaVCMUis, TeWllll afl"" ly sewed tosether by a aUrer thread of sweat sentiment 3 S S Aeaed ttiDnae ros rrs Tae heat tsmiiy ts sasq c t K Av sat tSk tt f ! FERGUSON . I j CytzM tts Sczl Xf AsdTXn. Ate: -Th Flnar EoW AB tha news all the time Tha axgna ! y v.