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L . Li 5 1 u .: JULY. iy 1m '
'in V Ketara at Sale flat; . aad Ha Geads 8c To Dealt; -vr- sr 1 n i el Ji A We Are Materially Assisting You To Save Money By Giving a 0 the lMt FMT 47t TkttM IMBM CM BaVS be 4! U By Ue Reek Island county -toae at.- the SihrittM v moey MBt la eaten Ji fettef to tie poor la Bock 1 w ateUaa amounted to ..73, asagttac to data Just zm at the Balratloa amy . wn u cucago. ft aU aow tae poor of the coaaty 1 1 IwarM tat benefit la told ' v report, la the period tram j -t Cartatauus to Jane 1, Captain fUa Vataar. la charge ot taa inaairoorpa. has axtoadad vwlat raUaf : - Crtatauw dinners, ton. a y war liven to M4 adolta aad :LJna,: Clothing waa given to fi persona la need. Including 40 i Jra of aaoaa aad 1M gannaata of ewloae descriptions. Twenty-nve aaalllee were aappllad with food, a aocai at in persona war recipients of iohm Dana ot rallaf. and 300 chil dren enjoyed taa Salvation army rauaer oatlag. . I MeUae Dees WeO. i At Mollao, during the year ending Hay SO,' a total of ISO garments .aad M palra of shoes were dlstrlb ated among 110 worthy poor; 23 SWere provided with frea lodgings, .'and tare war given frea medical aid. Sixteen famlllea of TO persons All told ware extended physical re llef of a conetractlon character and "altogether 22S persons In Mollne -were beneficiaries of the Salvation amy's social relief activities. UHOB BOYS 16-20 TO ATTEND NAVAL f TBAJNINGr SCHOOL L In a letter. receiTed by O. F. i ill jkiuaeoranai. secretary oi mo Chamber : ot commerce, rock is land is urged to tarnish its quota ttf .boys for the summer school of the nary, which will be bald at the 0reat Lakes Naval Training sta tion tor six weeks, beginning July A5. : ' Boys btitween the ages of 16 and 20 years are eligible and Rock Is land's quota Is approximately five boys, the total for the state being -tOO, having been recently increased to that number. f ii While the boys will be required IV IfWLJ UWU UMUilUIWUWII fare to the naval training station, they will have no further expense as uniforms, subsistence and equip ment will be furnished by the gov- . trnment during the entire six Yeeks they are at the camp. Be- " jUkea that tha government will pay each boy an apprentice seaman's allowance and the -return trans portation fare. In the Day's News ' Arthur Xelghan, who Is mention ed to succeed Sir Robert Borden in the leadership of the new national liberal and conservative party in Canada, la the present minister ot tha interior and tha youngest mem- bar of the Dominion government Bo waa bora and brad and a farm ta Ontario, and was educated at taa Vatvantty of Toronto. After a stunt career as a teacher he went Into baalneas In Winnipeg and later tootr ap the profession of law. He waa' flrat elected to the Canadian hoaat ot commons In 1008, and was reelected la In U15 he was appointed aoHeltor general of Can tda aad Cow yean later ha became .jtfaJstar of toe Interior In the Bor den cabinet. He baa the reputa tion ot betag an exceedingly hard worker, and his lucidity and skill as a debater enable htm to present Ms ease la parliament with great and foroe. Three studies ot Franklin D. Roosevelt,' assistant secretary - of the navy, chosen by the Democrats at San Francisco as their vice presidential nominee. Upper left, Roosevelt and' his favorite riding horse. Like .Governor James M. Cox, the Democratic presidential candidate, , Roosevelt is a lover of fine . hones and horseback riding. Above, a recent portrait of Roose velt Below Roosevelt and . bis daughter Anna, with their shepherd dog ."Chief ot the Mohawk." , EVENING SERVICES I PROVING POPULAR The lawn services being con ducted at the Central Presbyterian church every Sunday evening are proving very popular. Tomorrow evening the third of the series is to be conducted beginning at 7 o'clock, and the service is for -the young people and the members of the congregation. Walter O. Murphy and Miss Celeste Olson are to have charge this week, and there will be special orchestra music, fol lowed by a 10-mlnute talk by the pastor. Rev. J. T. Moray. His sub ject will be "Faithfulness." Sailing and power craft from all over the Great Lakes will rendez vous at Erie, Pa., today in readi ness for the opening of the annual regatta of the Inter lake Yachting association. V'-' ill r ' l m , tvS W i Jjl Rock Island is visiting at the home of John Reaber. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peters and Floyd and Ward Peters spent Sun day at the John Reaber home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seastrand en tertained a party of friends Satur day and enjoyed a picnic dinner..! Fay Crabs and son of Chicago are visiting at tfie craos Home. A fafarauduui election is held In Now Braasrwick today to decide the proafatUon act shall be m force in that p wi den ee. HAMLET The community, Fourth of July picnic was held Saturday at the home ot Oscar Manh and was at tended by between 70 and 76 peo ple. A splendid picnic dinner was enjoyed and a merry day spent This community was shocked and grieved Wednesday to hear of the death of Mrs. Sarah Bopes Llnlnger at her noma at Florence, Arts., Wednesday morning at 0 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Carr conducted funeral services at the Bopes home Monday at S o'clock. Mr. and Mrs." Lennle King and son and John Becker spent Satur day evening with Mr. and Mrs. El mer Doonan, Rev. Mr. Carr and children, Mrs. Jean Swing and son Hays and Miss Mamie Carr motored to Muscatine and Davenport Saturday. Miss Katherlna . Roseberry of Families Who Start the good custom of using Instant Postum . as their table beverage, seldom :i change back to, coffee. : There : frequently follows such a gain in health that this ,' comfort , together with Postum's satis fying, flavor, makes the change a permanent one. If you have not started using Postum, why not order a pack- 4 Lage from your grocer? 44 There's a Reason 99 IXsd by Postum Cereal Cot, Inc. Bttttfe Grade, tScfcn .'' ''rZf&Sk- Will take care of the family washing and ironing while you are busy with vacation preparations. When a Palm Beach Suit or : Skirt begins to look "tacky," let us launder it. ' ' - Oar ' cars - 4 pass ' ' " your . door '-''. daily. A FEW CONTRACT GOODS EXCEPTED From a standpoint of economy this semi-yearly event at McCabe's store eclipses all sales of a similar character for now you have 1 practically the entire stock to select from. . Shrewd,eco- nomical people will lay in goodly, supplies during this great money-savmg sale. CREDIT CUSTOMERS Credit customers with accounts in good standing, making charge , purchases during the discount sale will have the discount al lowed, providing all accounts are paid in full orr or before July 31st. ine amount 01 discount aeauctaDie will be shown on July statement of account. Save On Your Glove Purchases One cannot have too many gloves, especially cool silk gloves of the quality we sell. Why not anticipate your kid glove wants and buy now when you can save 20 per cent?, Belated shipments have recently come in that enables us to show you a complete line of sizes and colors. Kid gloves will be high priced and scarce for fall. You can readily see the economy of purchasing at this sale. Special We recently advertised a special purchase assortment of high grade silk gloves worth up to 2. fjo a pair for q8c They are-now included in this sale and at 20 less than the advertised sale price of 98c, which brings them down to pair only . 79c Hosiery All the well known brands of fine quality hosiery are in the sale. Rad- moor, Kayser, Eiffel, Topsy, Cadet and Buster Brown. You will surely regret it if you do not accept thjs opportunity to save rtAO d on hosiery. These popular brands are all included at jLJ VII It Is Not Enough to have the bowels move. It is more important to persuade liver, kidneys, skin, and bowels to act in harmony and against self-Doison- - . ing-. BEECHAM'S PILLS act favorably upon all - organs concerned in food-digestion and waste-elimination; they remove causes ' '. as well as relieve symptoms. ' Leriaet Sale ef any Idedkiae i &e Werid. : bydieaatfaewtJweatibewerid. Inb10c2Sa A Oar SpedaltT. j tha aaioalafc' afATLOSDES KODAK HHISHXRO Hbbest Grade of Work PatctSawiDa.SaTOlOaCOlaHTOI'MOUST Symphony Jjxwn The Paper with the Inviting Texture HOLD a sheet of Symphony Lawn Writing Paper to the light. Note its translucent cfcamcss. Then fed the beauty of its real lawn texture. It invites you to use your pen. Then observe the water mark placzd there for your guidance aad protection. Syinpoony Writinf paper hi the choice of dia arhrtnaring. women not only because it is in food aaste, but because of its splendid writing surface. Made in three finishes and several faikionable Cat. Sheets and envelopes to be had in a number of styles, permit tjipiissiou of personal taste. sxretrjoodence cans ana envelopes, also. ! o cif She who travels with an Indestructo knows real trunk quality-strength plus comfort, Stength is of first impor tanco because security insures eervice. f , ir. are the only trunks eo con etructed that five years' trunk service can bo guaranteed. The. laminated wood construction accounts for the wonderful wearing quality, . B. M. JONES " 1609 Second Avenue, Rock Island, IIL STORE 50. 1 W. Seeaad : DaTeaaert. St STOKE SO. Sri aad Brady Daraaaart STORE SO. I tad are, aad 17ta St .Back Islaad, Do Yon Use Work-Organizers? Arent they the handiest thing yea aver used ea your desk? Tel your bushesa associates and friends that we have them, ben, in several grades and I lies, Tail them also, bow they help yea organise your deals elear the top and drawers for as tion and solve tha Uttered desk problem. How they help yon keep alj papers out ef Mm way, yeV Instantly accessible when Wanted, We win be eapeeially glad to show these td yon friends end to show them the piany other modern offioe helps we nave here, ring them in, or send them to., gj Toll then to ask u for i cor v of tie Work- Organiser bulletin; 'Hew to Organize Desk w on,- a copy 01 wuca yon received in your Ha. Ill 1. tiM. Wort,- a copy of WezkOTgaiuzer. O n D 1 c n 11 DonTUCDcr: 11 a.w w 11 u 11 u I 11 l. 11 w,uu wi , M, lj UbjMt Ul .,1 Jo trr, N- 'J BUILD 15 G, HOLCTB, 1XLIK0IS. ZX$'ffe, J rt&' the and esca Held wou Tl Into o'clc Fou: mail at h tbe Avei Wol thro tore cell 1 tioo Tl cast Ub entt all boi MS! vaui stru he waa drai lng A ban ban Irot sue slat bui: thr the T tra lzet she bo ho ditf leai the lag to 1 esc 0U! I het or I eo tea bee sot 8b cac bai s:r est g an Mc to ka at ft ta 1h ' k) w h An.71ss.News All The Tuate--The Anns trail. kav-saf it raone HoUae 293