; 3 t-p
; 1 , ! :C:'if-
-sM Hstsei Fillet Wii 'jSb
an taken. - ,
Vslrtrtitr cdelals 'ere
uut tee sttaatie wUl be awt mi
Master! e ft fee a tfe part,
: . (Special to Tie Argus)..
Crass. HI. July Is, IMO.-With
n tbt cooperative and organiiefi
tLm, including both those pper
Star toe university and tboM by
Tttdtatf, foil, BubT K. CL Ma
il data of women ut the Univers-
w flf Illinois. is nuuiuB w uiuiuvua
locate the many inquirers tor
La (or the September tens. The
EnUment at the university ttti
Zu ii expected to be about ulna
jnffMd. many of the newcomer
Mac young women.
..... -M- jllffiMn1 M4
MeMBtered but the situation ts
ptt more serious this (all. Appli-
MuOBS lor ruuois ore uuuiiug in
w numbers each day and since all
JJJttfjed bouses are filled to tha
gixtmuni number of women and
.nr of the private homes have
Motmmodated as many as possible.
'kt little relief seems in sight.
f - tslTewlty Rooms Take.
All the places in the woman's res
Vence hall, a donaitoft' operated
jr tbe university, wei-j contracted
tor before the close of the regular
rbool year In June. Rooms for
tout forty women in the Woman's
nurse houses bare also been taken.
(t li prooaoie inai more coopera
te bouses may l organized to
Btet the situation. However, those
thu are. being planned have prac-
tteally rented all uieir rooms for
Q fall term. Accommodations in
the T. W. C. A. and church houses.
steb as Presbyterian hall, Congre-
MT TMMf, il years of a.
farm hand employed on th frank
Smith farm sooth of Rarftaa, was
fennd insane and sentenced to Wat-
ton Judge 1. W.Gordon her. 8at-
7. two wteaa ago Saturday
Turner started to town accompanied
by Clyda Chick, lS-year-old son of
Georg, Chick, a fanner of the Rar-
seetdeatlly dieeearaed. the
looting la roana; Ckick'e nip. The
yonth s taken to tte Geleaberg
hospital and the Jbnllet removed,
and ia-a, week's ttna was back
kefee, apparently none the worse
(or t aecideau Dt to this at
ctdent it was found that Turner
carried a revolver on all occasions,
having the idea that because he
was rejected from the army, being
of short suture, the young men ot
his neighborhood thought him a
slacker and that they intended to do
him bodily injury. Turner claimed
that several young- man worn alter
aa vfatattr. While in the baggy 'him with gens. o that
an aatoeaatfe revolver, which Tw-purcaased the resotrer tor
all teatWed aatardaT tnat nwr t
never OilieaW of tadrnifTW
and that; tha stacker toe ae
nan. maAmraA tnwfV
.. undki t aak hr a. Bar-
oflcer. bnt cave Mm the aBp.
.i amt ssomii ma Mil SB
shmMT inrato htm. Snnday ke
was brooght to the conntylall here
and held until bin neenns
day. - Sheriff McDiU aocompaniaa
Tnri- to ' Watartown Monday.
Turner seems to be sane on eriy
subject except the one mentioned,
is a nan of good habits and a.gose
BBS BBw2 A aBSTBLjmer
Xsk your grocer
A new butferless cream sauce
A cream sauce that nukes left-overs wonderfully rich and
appetising! So that your family eats them up to the last
bite and calls for more! ;.
Try t cream sauce made this' way and you will always
want the richness of L&by's Evaporated Milk for your
m3k and cream recipes.
' ..dd M :ttt9. w'o M cup Lfcby's Evarjoratoe!
Milk. Rub a little of this milk into 2 tablespoons of flour
to make a smooth paste. Heat remainder and when about
to boil, slowly stir in the flour paste. Cook till thickened,
stirring slowly, and Season to taste.
Order a supply of LW Evaporated Milk from your
grocer today and see how it helps you save butter I
0. , ncrnrczTrnnc
"f'H ?. .,'WsjssjBaBBBwaasjBj"" '
Ftmit trees shoaU aav mtM
Ihwod e( eeMl moth. This wam-
mens nneo; i teawest ot
tne eenuBimitir tmm ik. .
- : J " vmiw w
raer B lAgertoo, county tarm
The, ttajg aapttjd, be spmyed wttk
aMxtxcre or four pounds. e hydrat
ed Bsaa and eue and- a halt pounds
or lead arsenate to 50 gl(ona of
waer, to nrevent the aeeood brood
w we coauag mow- Tae aaoee
eoxapound was recommeadee in
place, of the lime sulphur fee tola
month because, daring , the hot
weather the lima sulphur ia liable
to burn the (oUage. The compound
of three peaaea ol r '
and; am poaad of tM a;.,
has. Ikeela'usedU v J . f ' i.
. TrwMteat- WUsos jri tmiKH C
f beat asdee JatraJp. taraea,
BolaheviU captured the asaA r"V
ply base of Kelobak to the -a -
0 l l
mi fl MB
Oa 17th St. e3H AT. Rock UUnd Or 203 Brady St., Davenport
r . . You Will Find a Complete Line qf
Picnic ana Quick Lunch Supplies
Such as Sardines, Fancy Crackers, Cakes, Olives, Pickles, Potted Meats, Cheese,
' Salad Dressings and everything to make a quick lunch a success.
IXMUMk DEAR DOM WORRY
WE HAVE THE GOOD UTTLE
TO FALL BACK ON,
AND ITS KOT RR
I LL RUM DOWN AND .
GET SOiSTHING THATS
FOR THE QU9CK-
HUBERT I0ONT KfwOW WHAT
I'M GOING TO DO, A HOUSE .
FULL OF UNEXPECTED '
COMRANY, AND IKMOW I
HAVENT ENOUGH TO FEED
THEM "WHAT WILL I DO"?
IS USED IN
' If I r Will inYSJ
y i in nii u vr-" l jsw ii
YES DADDY HUBERT. I
HEARD'MAMMA UORA" !
SAY SHE NEEDED
SOME 'MORE - -
Try Our Java Shop Peanut Butter Our own make. You never tasted better
RIGHT FROM THE ROASTER:
ijMWiij; " in- A e- 3 .... frixrzrzs
B ed met io ns
The Temporary Smash Has Come
25 Reduction on Every Fancy Suit in Our Store
10 Reduction on all our Palm Beach and Cool Cloth Suits
All Our Neckwear 33X Reduction
$1.50 neckwear $1.00 $4.00 neckwear P .$2.65
$2.00 neckwear . . . ..$1.35 $40 neckwear ..-.$3.00
$2.50 neckwear ... .$1.65 $5.00 neckwear ... . $3.35
$3.00 neckwear I... $2.00 $6.00 neckwear :... $4.00
All silk knitted scarf s included. ' V 'v'. ..." -
These suits are Hart SchafiFner & Marx all wool clothes. Many suits priced at these reductions as low
as $22.50. These are temporary reductions. We can not buy this class of merchandise for fall at these
prices. Buy your fall uit now. V ;77 1
There Is Still a Chance
-a Riiv Hnri. fnnl
r W. UI UstS s WVUlOi
We can accept a limited number of or
ders for Chestnut or Range size hard coal.
If your furnace is a hard coal burner we '
strongly advise you to-order your -coal -at1
This is a good grade of Anthracite of 1
Order PREMIUM Novr
Premium (the comfort coal) can also be
delivered now. Don't take any chances on
getting coal later on order it now.
tlM Avene tat
A Christian Co-educational Institution
With the Highest Official Rating
COLLtOS, ArABEITT.COKSEBTATORT, SCHOOL
or roMnace, school of ast, school of
" . 68 Teachers 784 Students , i
The College Department offers the following -J
groups for the degree of Bachelor of Arts
' Clasaieal erenn ateetrn Lanmage Green, Latin. V
Keienee Green, ntrtleal Scieaee Groan, Biollglcal
x Mdsnas erenn, Xsiaeaaatieal Green, EngUsh Greap,
llliteej tireen, 4ecatioa Groop.
XIXBE1 0F.H0ETH CENTRAL ASSOCIATION OF
Tbe sixty-first academic rear begins August 30th. 1920. :
For pexttcalars write to -
j, GUSTAV ANDREEN, President
' H " Roc isi&nfl, nanoij. "
All lbs Nw All Th Tmus-.TK Krzn
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