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?3 Dates tkto tt ot Aast. A. aim. w. txhrt. wiiMlwr nr ttttt it-' r District oC Bock Islaed Owmty, .PAUL X GRAHAM. Attorney. " T7.Lu roro, FATnsa DIES AT OT. L0OT3 c:ii:::3T0 hold op to EtM RACE . (Continued : Front Pw One.) n kimII - T im active in a pickpocket tort a . a w. i I a t wiy. iney nail mm. uraro 1 Tols. Tney are being ae ,,i ad aaraHnr eoaaible ldentlflca- t T a bm wa claims b was 1 rti ot a kb of money while t on a street car Saturday 4 fwOOO, ; '" J HTlss trio van arrested lata Satnr i f afternoon by Chief of Police , Coat at Twenty-third etreet t-J mirta aveuoe. The chief re roded to ft telephone message lM the etreet car barns to the ef itet ihat, complaint had been reg fitared ftboot nible fingered actlv fJeaoa ao of the cars. A descrip- ' koa of the men believed to bare lean responsible was ftven along with the information that they had alighted from the car at Twenty fourth street Cox socceeded In , taking the , three Into custody tartly after the message was re ceived but a fourth Is believed to kave gotten away before the officer rrlved. , . I "We Intend to make Rock Island an unhealthy piece for sllm- ' BOf ered gents who come here from k. Kl Mttam nt tha PMt durine fairs and carnivals," states Chief Cox. .'These fellows are on tneir Mi. wotft tJt Chrm mnA thla la all the farther they will get if I can netp it me uavenpon mr probably drew them to the trl-clUes." Word of the deatk of W. U Boyar, father of Mrs. B. X Fisher, was received tab morning by E. C. Fisher, superintendent of schools. Mr. now died at 1:15 this morning at ,Uls home in St Louis. He was 91 lllll rJ mm. . Mrs. Fisher received word of her father's death In northern Minne sota where she is visiting. Mrs. viakMi will 1-atnrn tn Rack Island where Mr. 'Fisher will Join her tor St Louis. Besides Mrs. Flaher, there is one other daughter snrvlv- ing. Miss Oils, uoyer, wno is wmcn hw la Hut st Louis. ' Although Mr Pirnr til Mr lived in this city, he is known through his visits tn the Fisher residence. He was tn Rock Island last ennstmas. ' 1 1 - ATI the news all the time Th Argus. ; POLES DT AMERICA ASK AID OF WILSON rihlrun Ant IS. fTTnlted Press! Further immediate moral and ma . terlal aid for Poland will be asked Of President Wilson, a mass meet Big of Poles here yesterday decided. ; "Poland fights not for itself alone," John F. Smulski, bead of the Polish national commission,-declared, addressing the meeting. ' "Poland Is In arms to save the civil ization of centuries from oblitera tion by the Red debacle in the spv- mt DnaatK ' The Chicago federation of labor Was on record today against Amen can participation against the Bol shevtk armies. Resolutions adopt fnjMitlnr TMtArdav threaten ed a nation-wide strike if the Poles receive military aid from this gov eminent f' K0T1CK ; Te All Persons Interested , The undersigned Commissioner of Drurv Drainage District of Rock Island county, 111., does hereby give notice that he did on the 4th day of August A. D., 1920. file In the office of the clerk of the county court of Rock Island county, Illl nots, his commissioner's roll of ad ditional annual benefits, and that b will appear before said county court on the 24th day of August, A IV 110. at the hour of 10 o'clock in k forenoon at the county court tJom In the court house in the city t Rock Island, 111, for the purpose of having a lury Impanelled in ac cwr dance with the provisions of taction Six of an act entitled, "An not to provide for the exercise of the right of eminent domain, ap proved April II, 1872, and in force Jnly 1, 1872, and tor a hearing be- f re said Jury upon all questions r annual benefits to any ot the lands in said district, and at which I!- M Ilcadachcg CaSswvw h paliv made a better Impromptu speech which would have thrilled the edi tors of Ohio than he M by reading a aeries of generalities that drew at the end only perfunctory ap plause and never a' cheer loader than ft handclap. Bnt the Repub lican candidate said a few words ihnnt tha tronhlaaome newsprint situation, commended the influence of the press, "discoursed on honesty and wound up with a peroration about the freedom ot the press. It made little ' difference, however, what he said, for all the editors were strong for Harding, ready to lmnat him rtav in and dav out with the publicity which a score ot press managers tola tnem wouia now into their offices rrom now unui the end of the campaign. Very lit tle money, it was announced, would be available for paid advertising. sU s Coxked vsJUUe to do est tben the sUtan sack slask faad as ra talking asowt and tkat the pended upon the editors their snare nevertheless In (he national and state tickets. ' Knst Cse Mm It was a quiet mid-summer after noon when' the RssmMieaa editors arrived. Only the clatter of ftkftlt- dosen typewriters la n adjacent boilding distarnea as peaceniness of Mount Vernon avenue. The edi tors marched in a proeession of two' from luncheon at the Mssontr tem ple to the Harding noma. They rather ed on the pebbled lawn and oat came the senator, his Iron gray hair glistening in the sunlight He smiled benlgnanuy on nts let low editors as. with ft touch of profes sional pride they formally "noti fied" him of his nomination. The senator was glad to see them; he aid he wished he could throw the manuscript aside and talk as - ke real It felt bnt that the respoasi bilities of being a candidate made it necessary for him to keep his manuscript His eloquence drew occasional, applause especially when he departed Just a trine from the printed copies of his address which were circulated In advance, and said he believed in party rale not to serve the selfish ends of a party bnt for the benefit ot the C4X!tt-C3tt. ifr. 'Afteryou eat always ns ATONIC 4-ne or two tablets eat like candy. I UrrenevesHeartbm-n.Bloeted i assy Feeling. Stops indigestino, 1 Jod sooring, repeating, headache and fw many misenes caused by Addtomach "ATONIC is the bestremedy , it takss ! e. harmful acids and gases right out tf tha body and, of course, you nt t3L- Tena of tbonsanda wonderfully . msttag. Onaranteed to satisfy or ejsw refonded by your own drns Cert a trifle. Please try itl 3ABACHE Ccr-iio AcrrAmtnt JTsT Si Tor Breakfast Th&t's theWmil A ready-to-eatTood sweet and nut-like ! in flavor - economical no waste - ) full of the nourishment of wheat and malted barley baked twenty hours never spoils in it's .wax-wrapped package. Order from your grocer You'll eat GrapeNuts again and again! Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc. Battle Creek, Mich. ttWjHtt hint of a answsr to is cnarge maae b Oavernar uoz a .wots ago inat thai warty sponsorship ' which Mr. Harilg had espoused would The whole affair didnt last hot half an boor. The editors had their aaetnros taken with senator Hard ing, who shook hands with them jn&vldmally- and . bade them God- FeJlews OM Bsdea of Game, Now there's an old role m poli tics never any. anything or . do ! anything that yon don't have to say or do. And that Is the strategy hero to create no new controver sies, to offer no nw startling pro grams at this stage of the cam paign, but simply to sit tight and profit by the wave almost flood of resentment which the Republi cans any is sweeping the country against Wilson and bis seven years of administration. To use one ot Senator Harding's phrases ajbout honesty, the Insiders will tell you that reports show jtepunucaa vic tory to be such a certainty that all the candidate need do Is to offend nobody and commit himself, ' to nothing controversial 'and be will maintain harmony in his own ranks and gain all the votes of protest, all, the votes of punishment which the electorate may want to admin ister. "" ' - , For Harding to PnoJsh WOsob,' -In other words, the Republicans believe the campaign will be one of repudiation of things ' rather than any especial afflraaS ot Harding. , And the wnoim? . handicap to overcome that he S "e wn a us vuiu wwn iu private com . sation confirmed a good deal i0tttk so far as Republican exnertitw admit that Ohio la alone. more ' conservative, said dose today nut wouldn' Uon day. - declinef I me. Othsn. 1 Each Day Sees New Modes Arriving For the College Girl's Approval These modes are fine examples of how distinction in apparel may be attained without undue elaboration. Youth finds best expression in garments that are simple. These presentations are of a simplicity that charms yet they are truly fashionable. Included are suits, frocks, coats, evening wear, sweaters, skirts and underthings. . The College Girl Will Need a New Suit ' s There is really nothing more suitable for wear for most occasions. She will find a smart suit indispensable too when she markes her trip. Our autumn display offers a wide selection from plain to fur trimmed or embroidered modes arid choice is offered of duvet de laine, chamoisine, veldyne, canuck checks, serge, tricotine and velour de laine. $39.50 TO $98.50 up Pretty Frocks for College Days With college but a few short weeks away the choosing of a fashionable yet practical and long wearing frock must not be put off. Appreciating this fact we are pre senting for the college miss' approval a very representative assort ment of frocks of wool and silk. These modes emphasize the vogue for rich embroideries but never for one minute do they forget that they were designed for youth. Exceptional values N $25 $35 $45 $55 TO $67.50 Special New Fall Shipments of Wayne Knit, McCallum, Kayier, Onyx Hosiery, Silk, Lisle, Cotton 10 to 20 Discount as a Special Introductory Offering MA ROCK ISLAND AND UP See the New Fall Skirts, Smart Models for College Girls t r AT THE FAIR Dont fail to see the Velie exhibit at the Mississippi Valley Exposition beginning today. It is most in teresting. Six. types of passenger cars on the famous Velie Six chassis. The very latest in body design and style. The sturdy, dependable Velie ton-and-a-half truck. The ideal truck for farm and city service. Turns hauling costs into profit The Velie Biltwel Tractor. Generally conceded to be the best designed and most practical tractor on the market today. There is a big advantage in buying near home. Make our exhibit your headquarters. 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Assorted Chocolates, Chocolate Drops, Iced Orange Jeffies, Fruit Jellies, Jelly Beans, Lemon Drops, French Burnt Peanuts, After Dinner Mints. Cherries in rnam v,,Ar triple t and Silver Cloud Marshmallows. mm uiv Schutter-Johnson Candy Company CHICAGO. U. 2 Both are here! The Guide Book, -and the Cabinet Ttop in for a copy of "Edison and Music" Pick your Period pi ograph out of its pages. See it in our store. rhat's the surest, quickest way to obtain a "furniture aristorrat." Tie NEW EDISON "Thm Phnnncrranh with a Soul" "Edison and Music" is the book of Edison Period Phonograpl ft is as rich in furniture treasures as all the Golden Age of Furni ture. You can choose from the historic masterpieces of England, France and Italy from 17 different designs, each exquisite in io own distinctive way. Every New Edison is adapted from a pffl Period source. . 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