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. - " 1 r:-:.DArTKS ecu, argus-august itvi$2D. i I V -"1 I- ' if ' smi mtoit f Or. Caddis t7 f U Rock Iilaad irwnl Golf club recently bald a irr"T (or the purpose of organlx M caddies' club with the view at tiding to tbelr comfort and wel fare wnen on amj man sumuiai'ng worthy effort to perfect them ' stives In tbelr caddie work through mtematlc training. . Hiring In mind that many cov wirilegei long enjoyed by taem were cailcelled by the Golf dub officials, on account 01 tne antructire tendencies of unruly 'hoff. the leaden of the newly or- tanlzed club dee'ded. that they tould only regain their lost prtv Hlecet by organizing themselves aad weeding out the boys who have caused me irouoie. Hare dub House. Before any action was taken, per ' mlsilon to try out the club experi ment by the caddies was granted by Col. Harry B. Jordan, commanding officer bf the arsenal, and presi dent of the golf club. Pennlss'on also granted to use the old caddie house for club purposes. e W. Woodcock, president of the Moline council. Boy Scouts of Am erica, wast asxea to neip tne noys organize their new club, which they decided by vote to call the "Arsenal Caddies' Club." To assist him In this commendable work, Mr. Wood cock enlisted the services of Scout Eiecutive Bracber, wbfse unselfish devotion to the advan ement and peraonal welfare of all boys is well known to the scouts, of the tri-cit- lei, many of whom are earning good money as caddies. . It was explained to the caddie hoys that the success of their club wholly depended upon themselves; that it was to be their club and ex clusively run by them; that they were to exercise their., own initia tive in all matters, pertaining to their general behavior during their leisure moments,' as well as during their working hours and that if they J made gooa tne oirc.ais ana mem bers of the Golf club would co-operate with them in every possible way. This confidence in the boys pleased them greatly and they keenly set to work to perfect tlieir organization. Elect Officers. FREE PICTURES OF BUGS AND WORMS A picture book that a child can enjoy, and yet a scientific authority. t That describe! the elaborate bulletir. which the department of agriculture has published on the insect enemies you find in theliome garden. It is a fine things to place in the hands of a child. Jt will give him a new interest in the back yard and the lawn. The book contains 72 pages and is profusely illustrated .''.' You can obtain a copy of this pamphlet free through the Washington Information Bureau of The Argus.-, Use the attached coupon; Write your name and address plainly and enclose a 2-cent stamp for postage.; y The Rock hland Argus Information Bureau rrtderlc J. Hsskia, Dlreeter, Washing-tern, . C. .. I enclose herewith a 2-cent stamp for rlturn postage on a free copy of The Garden Insect Book.. Name ......... Street address City State FCOACQLOST Bey Atetta BtssJisf Leai ef MeW tu mi Eteapet ea Way , to Jsfl. ' president to draw up rules and by laws, the same to be presented and voted upon at their next meeting. Officers and members of the Golf club are watching the development of the new caddies' club with keen interest and already are, planning (Special to The Argus.) n .-h. tit Anr lC. Stolen hinmlhonnds and the arrest and subsequent -r Raymond Knox, son or we ioraw played Important parts m we eltaneat ramnant here over tn week-end. 1 Tha trouble began when William Fluge loaded his track with melons aad left them in his yard over night In the morning Mr. Fluge discovered 'hut all hi melons had disappeared! He immediately sent -o month for bloodhounds, but the an imals were not able to follow the trail of the thieves. Later in the day word came from Burlingtoa that Raymond Knox had been ar rested as the thief. It developed that he had taken them to Boats ville. where he sold them. Then he went to Burlington, where he en 'ountered ?he officer. , ' Gives Capture Slin. ' Saturday morning he was brought to Oquawka by Sheriff McDill and ttllowed to go to his home for cloth ing before being put !n the jail. While in the house he escaped through the rear window. Blood hounds were again put into serv ice, but as vet no trc- of him has tian found. ' rim t'OTJTj- enptirfi AT hnv Wn i - ' Many have agreed to also contri bute to .a caddies club library for the educational benefit of the boys, who have the best wishes of every one for the success of their worthy desires. i PHy. who will apeak to Kecir Inland Wednesday evening at the Illinois theatre, will deliver aa MWse at Kewanee on Thursday. .... IetUr ""d wined schedule mlowa: : In Xieutenant-GaTiminr nixk'. ltlneraly, commencing Tuesday, Aoguat 17, and which was mailed you Trlday, an omiaaion waa made. uw wwLnj at Kewanee being left out Please substitute the follow ing for Thursday's itinerary: nnrsaay, Angnst 1 Mercer, Henderson. Knox, Renry and Bur eau counties. Lv. Rock Island : a, m. Ar. Aledo .......g:0 a. m. ur. AWdo .... Ar. Oquawka , Lv. Oquawka . Ar. Galesburg Lt. Galesburg Ar. Cambridge Lv. Cambridge Ar. Kewanee . Lv. Kewanee . Ar. Neponset ', .....S:00 a. at ... .10:48 a. m. 11:30 a. m. .....1:15 p. m. .."...1:40 p. m. ......4:10 p. m, 4:S0 p. m. 5:10 p. m. 5:45 p. m. ..:! p. m Lv. Neponeet . . , ; p. m. 1 nf rf'.vr.ma J tons of x Ar. Buda ...:3S p. m. torei and cleared tne Cnite4,. I.v. Rnda . 7:10 D. m. iK.ru dunu the six Ar. Wvanet ............7:28 p. m ; tag Jane JO. according- to the Vnlttd Lt. Wyanet Ar. Princeton ...........7:28 p. m. ; tag Jane 30. accord in to the Vn 7:27 p. m.!statea Shipping board. , r ; .3:00 p. nt . SHIPS ENTEE AND CLEAR U.S. PORTS aNw ajcaafc aua aewawr , a i j.'.- " Among these ships of awarirei registry carried C0.8 per cent of the total cargo, as compared with 4X.t 'per cent during tne last year. ' New 15,558 -A total of' The rooms of the Shakespearean hotel in Stratford-on-Avon art ew York. Aug. 13. vessels, carrying an aggre- named after the plays of the-poet OThc Season End ' ' V8li I. KEWANEE THURSDAY According to a letter received by The Argus from the commitee con ducting the campa'gn for the gov ernorship of Lieutenant-Governor For the first term of six weeks tbey elected the following officers: ' . President Kenneth Johnson, Vice President George Hen dricks. Secretary Isadore Kats. Treasurer Emil Van Voren. , Sergeant at Arms Walter Maus ledore. .- By vote tbey decided to hold reg ular weekly meetings of the club, every Saturday morning between 1:30 and 11:30 at their club house. They also voted to clean,- repaint tnd redecorate tbe club house un 4ar direction of committees named ky the president, and every mem ber pledged himself to do his bit to make their new organization a accent; in every way. -l)o Tour Bfsf-Mntt. "Do you best" was adopted by f unanimous vote' as the club motto. It was also decided by unanimous vote that each member should sub scribe to the caddie oath, which reads as follows: ' "1 promise to be loyal to all ' To do all of my duties thoroughly snd cheerfully To do my best while caddylng To obey the law of the club. A committee was named by the He FamcDos IssMStef Hit you tried It yrt Thousands eretr- ire unint lt. H is wonderful tonic tor tbe skin, defies hot Slimmer ami and causes wrinkle, tan. freckle, sallow kin. blackheads, son spots, roufhnes. nddtneM to quickly disappear. It bring roan to the cheeks and make anyone look ii rears younrer. Gives a youthfur com slsnon nd "A skin you love to touch." a stalls application proves it. See iarre announcement Boon to appear in this pa frr. Ask your drurgist about it. J. A. aencston and A. J. Kicaa. Join the Satisfied Czzs 4 WCK ISLAND BREWING CO, - WOCK IBUaWP. IUC. ' ' TKLKPHOSB B. I. B : ano oaout a case now. Oonft Forget Your Di ISCOUOt D! B 1lw yon disaonat of loc per t. vn ri. wm- your nroios for (a. aM He par K. W. H. for siee irtcity. U paid withta If dan frssB the daw oa your Unas. Anil yourssif ! tki opaottunlty te sar. PEOPLES POWEK CO. Back, Ulw) atolios ; Km LIBERTY BONDS Bought and Soul B. M. JONES 1609 Second Awe. Atlantic City Saturday Noon PETEY BOY! Just a night flash by fast mail to uncork you a real fuss-stirring idea that has five aces shaded! f Now, bolt this down: no two people, unless they run a circus or write encyclo pedias, ever agree offhand on which is a camel and which is a dromedary when you line the two up and check off one hump on one and two humps on the other. You can'J do it with the sun shining! Spill this "hump" question first time you're in a bunch of live ones if you want to see fur fly! Never heard such a wind-jamming squall in my life as tonight when I passed it to our crowd! You know Betty Ellen Jones. Well, she said a drome dary was a he-camel hunting a date in the desert! And, Betty's Vassar, '20 rah, rah! All right, Betty! All you've got to do is dig out your deck of Camel cigarettes. That "bird" out front clinches the argument apparently but! In the classic language of bigger business circles "you tell 'em Cricket, Katy did!" Report your luck quick. Try it on old Jig Jones! And listen, Peter. Ill shortly slip you some smoke news that'll make Jake's ideas rattle like a tin can tied to a towser dog s tail ! 5 long I Yours for warm socks next winter! T7 ft' Season End $5, $10 $1S Clearance Sale at the Bee Hive For Fair Week we announce this, the greatest value-giving,- money saving windup sale of the spring and summer season, offering women's garments of splendid character at a mere fraction of former prices. ' Suits, Coats, Capes, Dresses, Skirts at Ys and Vi former Bee Hive Prices Hundreds of garments involved and we wish t emphasize the fact that every one is from our own personally selected stocks, on which we not only sacrifice all profits but also a big part of actual cost to us. A most remarkable opportunity to replenish the summer wardrobe with a stylish dress or skirt or to provide for your suit and coat needs for Fall. At these prices you can even afford to buy for next year. $15 The SUITS at In this group are serge, jer sey, Burella and mixture suits in many stylish models; formerly priced to $37.50. Tailored and trimmed styles thoroughly good and suitable for wear until late this Fall. $15 The DRESSES at Silk taffeta frocks, georgette dresses and all the finest or gandie, and voile dresses that earlier sold up to $35. 1 Models and sizes for women and misses selection ' now should be an easy matter. $15 The COATS at At this price and less are smart sport coats of polo cloth, tinseltone, Heather mixtures and jerseys; formerly priced at $37.50 and $27.50. Also fun length models of serges many women will want for FalL At $10.00 Are Silk, Poplin, Jersey and Fine Wash Dresses Stunning Coats, Capes, Dolmans, Sport Coats of excellent materials, many of them silk lined Fine Wool Plaid, Plain Color Wool Skirts, and dressy summer Silk Skirts of many weaves and shades. At $5.00 Are unusual values in Gingham and Voile Dresses, and lots of them. Splendid Wool and Wash Skirts in ever so many styles Capes for women and misses and smart Wool Sweaters. The window displays sug gest the character of bargains to expect The BeC Hive Davenport ANOTHER" SHIPMENT OF GROCERIES Just released from the U. S. Army Quartermaster Dept. A Real Money Saving Event on Sab Today The excellent tasting Australian Jam, No. 10 can, in the fol lowing flavors: Blackberry-Apple Apricot Plum Raspberry-Apple i Special $1.95 per can Per can ...... . . 3 cans for . . . . . Per case. 24 cans GET YOUR SHARE" Applesauce. No. 10 can .'..). . . . . ; 1 ..... ; ONEDAYONLY Pork and Beans, No. 3 can Dyers' Strictly Navy Beans , . . . . 16c 45c ..$3.75 88c BawnpoFt Army & Navy epply Sttore - 111 E. 3rd St J Dav. 341 Davenport, la. I BARGAIN DEPT. STORE Phones 443 444 (Formerly The Brady) ' Cor. 7th Ave. and 12th St. , FREE DELIVERY Extra Special for Tuesday and Wednesday Our Club Hawaiian sliced pineapple, A A limit one to a customer I . . . Grocery Department Wisconsin Beauty peas, 4 cans Crescent brand corn, 4 cans ....... Extra fancy brooms, $1.00 value, each . . . Dairy Butter, special, lb . Frazier Catsup, 3btttles for ....... Sweet corn, per dozen 50c 50c 69c 50c 25c 20c Fresh ho,me made ' OA. Sauer Kraut, qt. ...ftVQ Choice home grown CQ ' Potatoes, a peck ...... ylC 5 lbs. ripe tomatoes . . 25c 59c 25c 28c One 1 lb. can Calumet OC baking powder I..WC Magic White Soap, 10 bars lor 5 lbs. cooking apples for Libby's pork and beans. 2 cans for . Watch Tower Park GREATER and BETTER VAUDEVILLE Largo home grown Onions, 4 lbe. for . 25c Fancy Alberto Peaches for canning, while they djl 7Q . last, a box Home grown Cabbage, O a lb. ,- Now to the time to make your Kraut DRY GOODS DEPARTJTEXT Children's romper suits and overalls, sizes fiQ 2, to 6 years Ui7C Any white dress skirt regular and extra t9 AQ sizes Va4)V7 Ladles' knit . uaionauita --, 69c Ladles' muslin gowns petticoats Boys' sport waists, $1.50 values Any straw hat in the store lip to $5.00 values, each ' 3 lots ot children's school shoes and oxfords, f AC $3.5. I2.5 and $1.69 65c a atirA $2.00 Sun. Aug. 15., Mon., Tucs., and Wed. E EE E AM BARK & ADRIENNE H Contortion and Fast Tumbling J 1 DON & WOOD 1 g From East to West THE DORANS I EE Just a Boy and a Girl 1 MIDGET TRIO Singing and Dancing I NORRIS BABBOONS Miniature Comedy Circus DANCING I TUESDAY-FRIDAY-SUNDAY 3 s r 4 f7 1 7