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i: A VirV Wf' If '1 V lRi Bjaajaajaaiaaaaasp ti- ' ; Stalk. auditor ef ta. axopaay jni tanmr etmatf "tamtam at Stoat 7, t2S U treat lav i strati, nttrttffled . hit jBoralac wtaa taa 1 r a muMi sraetera of tsksUr- v--" .at accident occurred oa a coon - iUf ft -l 1M1T 1 1 11 ua aaeae as- i-wSEi taa XStar. 1 ;rc h. "W WW M M. A . C Uwaaao. -t i 'at f n. m ' tared or vteAlMatUBntttd (tan sala. te fare a car vae r faae fcb. driver of the second car wu tseld. ?. filV wall Irnnwn in naaaart, aa aboat Cae tji.ciuaa.liii was jsorn in Mount juuara. aabrejar, . tummM nlstt street between Sixteenth, aad tMs awnssg ftp 1U p OSataa Ererr totals ' Ln.fc visit tka ybBe ttadtr wry weak. accardlac to a report ttren'oat by tba cttr weuara aepenmeni w Back laauid Womaa'a cln. ; Aa iiniHrtiaEM ta alx boara Gaftr mnaty t mrnni awe at aaamaara mrt hj Oltlv ItUdar. Taa wmarart aua r ua per aaWe raa mv SiaaUax. par jot for oart ani flrthv at i3.N ar aaaaa aK 9a7 aaefcaitic con- Tka awl la aaafeM at aorls of Hear 1 vt tka cbJWren. Thau in I charm at the irotk m: Bdal Bhrkora at Oenkmnn aquare, Rot BUkaiDore at Lone View park, Flereace Qatam At tka TkirUetk street noBda, and Ttuth Haatele at Uocoln park. Tka T. M. C. A. kaa offered the kunrlatlon nwilHTBtTW "DOOl.' With wtmndac laaliaitloaa. for tka aa of Ike feera on loar aaoraiaca Id tka ireek. - Other actlrities for the tmwm 1n Hn nAi am haaabalL I tannta. wood earring, cros.net. Occa sional Maeball camea Mtween xne Cack "1 f: Tka titW tec- laaiiaaaa WaiA- i -f aaaka te3a. kJaC5aaXMa6kfy 1 -fIM U tietkaa. ' ' - SBkaa aM aaaeiFV ftwnaa oner good torn. UN 1 iskanwe grm leaaoaa in aaatkaUc aad aoelai daadng ftt Lomg Ttaw aark Tvea day and Frhtay awntftga at M o'clock. - Tkaa opaortamwf ia opea to all free of ckarga. j- It is tka ptaui of the attpaniaors to hold an eknlbttion off tka akl) dren s work at tba aad of tka aaa aoa. Tkeyftlao plkft aad axact to annoanco later Other entertain- to be keM damg tka im alameoaada ara nurn ca tlia pnklic aad tkoea tnteraeted la their mrk. era innaa 10 rait taaai an moratng or afternoon except Sat urday. :..:-V-;i ;; : EETTDALL tiEtEZZZ TO TOY FOB Albia. Iowa, July 30. N. B. Kan dan of Albia, RepabUoM aomlaea for goTernor, definitely reBjored himself troa consldenOon bow or at any future time in connectton with the office of United State senator, by lLsning a statement to day announcing that on so account will ke become a candidate lor tba aenate. : tv. L i iaJI CalWli.0 on 8T0D tiHE llr.HaBtooaaaiitkatkakaabad another talk with Mayor Harry bl Scferrfer retattre to tka fMpatfona tn 0m Hear aa TOrty- jga Craat Lba-Kay One kaVB aerrtoa ewek daf oa the Tkifty-aigktk etreet atab Waa in Rock Ialand bag been ellminatad by the Tri-Clty Railway company. Tka Una ia a connecting link be tween tka Foartk araarne aad. Sba treat Una and also tape tka dis trict south aa far aa 0gbtentk arasse.' Tka elngla ear on the Una baa been operated antll 11 o'clock at night, but under tka saw order tka last trip will be made at 10 o'clock. Tka company denies the rumor that the serrlee-is to atop altogether Ang. 1. - John O. RontooB, general man ager of tka company, gare aa rea son wky one boor la to be eat off tba schedule aa that there are practically nd passengers on tka car attar 10 o'clock at night and that there ia no need tor the com pany to pay the one operator 70 cant an hour for annacemry time. The earing will mean 70 cents each day In wages, wear and tear oa Cse ear aa4 JaJea to tka at tai Elm atnat Uaa cam darias tka avaatcc rash koara. Ba aaat tkat another ekeck on tka aerriee prooabty wBl ba aatte. tm ama- 1 saaaa m enacuv aaa taraa daye, daring taa bam la tka aerriee. , One of tkeoe ar to carrMd OS aaiuaiaaii. or M atom tkam tba car's aeeUng capacity. The 6:15, 5:30 and 5:45 cars each etreaiac are tka oaaa oat crowded Car beyond tka seating ev 'paeity. TkakfoBao aad of ttoJIoe kaa tripper sernce, no.ua ororemeat aaa tkaa far been da la Rock Island with tka exception of a abort oeriod but fall attar tka company bad tatatrad tka 7-ceat fare aad.ta compnance whb promise to taa state nuiiuea mlation. Many persons using tka Elm street line could take tka Fteartk srenne and transfer on tka Tairty- eigbtk atraet stub car up tka Mil, but the car during ' the erening rush hour is taken off to bring Rock Island arsenal workers to their homes. Tba car ia also used in the morning as an arsenal spe cial. was .born In Mount Aakumlaaalaad, 'm-i 1 sssaBOKSSsssssssssastsssssss , ' "a!. ..... ,, .,-....r,-:r . r .. ' . .- ... ,. - I-.. - ' : ... . : : : ; , . II 1- I X Carsst hat catkend lafetan' abeiit M a eel far aUt, as a gsed fame; dmt gaeaa aato at ftvdfl a pair. Give that Good Wife of yours a Thor Washing Machine Make washday a pleasure, not a bug bear. Come in and see, tomorrow. Let Mr. Fry show you. Easy payments of desired, and every machine guaranteed. - The Ladles' AM society ef the Second CoocrtstWsl ckarek wUl bavs a Bakery Sale kere teawirew, Satarday aflaraeaa. Una chance t6 bey year Sunday cakes andj eaaklca ' 4' ' linens Department: Short ends, table da masks of every quality jip :to $Z30, going at jsMnt one-fouru otr. Indian Head nankins. sklready hemmed, lS-hu, half a dozen for 70c tlrceri zed table cloths, three lots: 24x70 53x72 inches, 72 iadbes square: choice up. Hatf linen buck towe!- insf. IS inch, "seconds" of die C3c quality, going at yard. ; ' , Extra . nod Turkish toweling, wash cloths, about 250 to sell at lOe apiece'. ' Japanese lunch cloths, full five; feet square, neat, attract Japan ese blue decorations: $3.75 each. Press Goods, Silks, The store that keeps the cost of IvrinZ s down. DERumnT.STcrvE i.::ld3ILl. If it isn't right tell us. Well make it right. Busy! Busy, AH Over the Store. Bargains Evtsrywhere aAgctin Tomorrow, Saturday. Enough for All. Barg Wash Goods: A table ful lof Tussah silks, brocade silks, pon gees; worth $15 and SlJSS, some $1.50, choice for this sale 75c a yard. One lot, about a doz en ; different patterns figured georgette crepes that have been t2JS0 as a "special" are going now at $1.3 a yard. Colored messalines, worth $3.25, choice of a good variety of shades at $2.78 a yard. Skinner's best $4.75 all silk satin, for $3.97 a yard. Extra fine plain white 33-inch nainsook, made to sell for 75c; going at S9e yard ) New dress ginghams in bright, pretty plaids, worth 33c: choice 2Sc yard. " Mercerized poplins, 27-inch, worth 85c; wide range of . colors old rose, Copen, pink, brown, white, etc. t choose, not 5c but CSc yard.'' " Fbe White 75c 30-in. plisse crepes, for 53c a yard. -: . One table of 50c col ored voiles in attractive prints at 33c a yard. ains, Odd Lofe, Remnants, M Over the Store This ad tells only a very small; part of the savings. Come in and see. . Get your shore. s a $30.00 and $25.00 Silk Dresses for $18.50 and $15.00 Our Ready-to-wear Department putt on tale to day a hundred fresh new summer 1920 silk dress es, including: Taffeta Silk Dresses. Foulard Silk Dresses. Printed Georgette Dresses. Crepe de Chine Dresses. , Colors in excellent variety, figured and plain, in cluding ;' Navy, Tan, Gray, Green, Taupe, etc All sizes, all styles, a fine ahowing of beautiful stylish new dresses. These dresses, made to sell for $25.00, go on sale in two price lots. Take your choice: '. -'g- " ' $15.00 and $1S.50 Millinery: Ladies' cloth hats for camping and outing and picnics, assorted colors, worth 98c and 69c for 25c Ladies' auto hats of poplins, changeable silks and Panama, cloth, worth $2.98 for $1.88. Five special price lots for this sale on nice, new stylish, ready-trimmed hats; have been up to $12.50, going now at $1.3, $2.98, $3.98, $5.98, $&S0. Shoes, Cheap: ; Ladies' white canvas pumps, Louis heel, $2.50 pair.' :; Ladies' white canvas oxfords, Cuban or Louis heel: $3.50 a pair. , About 50 pairs, samples, sizes 3V 4 and 44, in white canvas pumps or oxfords, high or low heel, worth up to $7.50, choice for $3.50 pair. Ladies' black kid or patent leather oxfords, worth up to $8.00, for $5.93 pair. Domestics: " Fine bleached muslin, yard-wide, very similar td long-cloth; ought to sell for 39c; but an occasional' little imperfection makes it 29c yard. Another bleached muslin, worth 35c, yard-wide, , goes in this sale at 23c yard. Pillow tubing; scarce and hard to get, but'here it is, and under-priced; at present cosU this pillow tubing should be 95c; for this sale, genuine 45-inch Pequot tubing: 745c yard. Genuine Androscoggin brand, 40-inch pillow tubing for C9c yard. Ready-made sheets, 70x90 indies (seamed) worth $1.59 for $19 each. Quantity limit Pillow cases, 36x42 inches, worth 42c forv29c each. , Hosiery; Ladies' black Bur son hose, "seconds" of the rr t So 99C quauiiy, iur. y . pair. Misses' fine ribbed cotton hose, 75c quality; an occasional little im perfection puts them in to this sale for 45c pr. Ladies lace stripe silk hose; black, white, brown, navy, worth $2.75 for $1.75 pair. Ladies' fiber silk hose, brown, tan, gray and mouse gray; worth $2.75 for $1.75 pair. Knit Underwear: Ladies' Polyanna ath letic underwear; flesh or white; trbrth $3.25 for $1.75 pair. Infants' knit summer vests, short sleeve and 'sleeveless, worth 35c for 15c each. Handkerchiefs: Ladies' all pure linen embroidered handker chiefsnote, we say pure linen worth 50c, for 25c apiece. Laces and Embroidariea . Two counter bins full of remnants of laces and embroideries of all sorts, worth from 5c a yard up to $2.00: One fourth to one-half off. A big assortment of nice, fresh, new Vat laces to choose from at 5c yard. In the House Furnish ings Department: Here is a big double table piled with ' odds and ends, gathered from all over the Home Goods Dept.: gray granite cooking ware; r ea d y - mixed house paints, household ham mers, dishes, vases, glassware, etc, etc; some "left overs," some damaged, some seconds, etc: all going at away under price Curtains and Draperies: Curtain swiss, printed in blue and white ring patterns, worth 33c for 2Zt yard. One lot, full size crocheted bed spreads, sam ples, no two alike: worth to $5.00, for $3.75. Odd lot. lace curtains, some single pairs, some fcalf pairs; worth $2.50 to $3.00; one-fourth off. iHemnants of curtain scrims, marquisettes and bet nets, lengths to 6 yards, at prices from one ftcrA to msOrd off. - ;v,(. 1 VUfr Sosa and ea Fe-nt, gatrrday ; 1 C,ta jcaa a pMrdcr and 4 Bargains in Boys Wear: All boys' hats, including straws and dotiu at half price. - , v All boys' 2-piece wash suits, 20 off. Boys' one-piece play suits of striped percale'' at $1-23. ; Boys' sport shirts, sizes 12 and 12Vi only; also port waists, sizes 5, 6, 7 and 8: CSc each. Clean-on of boys' trousers, of watataJ ttntfrul sizes 11 to 16 years: $1.19 a pair. . Cut Prices on Refrigerators that Came too Late. $16.00 ke boxes for $12.00. $19L3 ice boxes for $14X3. $37X3 ice $23.16. $42X3 ice $31X3. CXO ice bcxes for $33.73. Groceries, Saturday: , f " Best Granulated Cane Sugar, five pounds to each for $1.19 with other groceries. ' Best creamery butter, one pound to each for S3c SaaeVkh scat, slieei, 40s ft. Drlai seel. aHeei, katt far SSc OB sardiaes. ttree caaa for Xc teens' iSc caa." Caaaal sarkap. Xta eaa. Dal BfeUes. ZSc Ceraei seat, SSc a ft.' Aarleat aiaalaii. 4Sc Jar. IX:C3TOE3UF03 raa of me TblrtyWW tfrtet Mt at Atodo thla awroiag if aaopUdresolatlone to pat as J one candidate at the November aw. ttoa of rcpraaentatlraa in tba Dil doU leglalaUre. H. C. HlnrlcK. represented the coanty of Rock b. laaf. Karaaat Booltaahoase, Man. car, aad Oawge Irlns, Hendersae Furmture BaTJl PleoaVaaffly CaWtty tWs aW. far see. " rresh aaliraiilaai, 39a ea. rra Texas pasehea, SSe kaa- kel ' Calferaia dried praaas. 2Sa ft. In se, SSc i i boxet ff Mt Naetar, aaearted amn, t L Ik MNT. Imklm, mA- . WC fB. for the Sunroom You can't fully realize the possibilities for your sun room until you see the great array of reed and fiber furniture on our second floor. With such an unlimited assortment at your disposal you will make your sun par lor the most inviting and comfortable room in your home. &JimyM&gjlb& We willsell all our fiber furni ture, while it lasts, at 20 dis count And upholstered reed furniture at 10 discount. Vudor Ventilating Perch Shades When yon use VC DOB V e a t i latiag Ports Bbsdes, yoa eaa - hare aay degree ef priTacy yea like, pro tection from the sea aad perfect veatUatlsa through the patented Ventilator we res in the top ef every TU DOR Shade. VUDORS are the only Shades Made with Ventilators. . ---. To equip your entire porch for either afgnt or dsy ose with the latest VUOOR Veatilstiag SELF-HAKGINO Porch Shades ia sow a matter at half sa boar er lan of easy work by on. perm. The sew VTJDOR Veatilatinj Self-Hanging Porch Shades come la soft, permsnent colors and all sisea; are mod erate ia price aad bat for years. Call at ear shade departaient aad examine them. ' V i Sold at 20 Discount Off Regular Price. ArealHessing m me Home. 1 irr 1 A BiUKN i III W r IMRiO'lU-3T1 la I And . ' : Why? j The same cake of ice that refrigerates your food also chills your drinking water. And at no extra cost Your ice does double duty. No danger of typhoid, because ice does not So in the water. No danger of other illness ecause the perfect and constant circulation of cold air keeps your foods fresh, sweet and wholesome. 25 Discount on all Ref rigera , tors Left Over. ' Come in and compare before you buy. Buying at Shallene'a Means a Good Deal. inn no New Location: 1325, 22, 24 Fifth Avenue '.-;-. On the Loop. I 1 1 pi fl