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V -. ": fZJate tot rti ef Jettke. i Okie. Aog. leV-(TTntte4 -C trttanal At latersatioa vTwtll b estebllalied akottM Jg, Harding electee" pree tCltrlcf E. Hashes declared .after 4 conference with' the T... KroManUiil nominee. a was Republican candidate I He one here it consult Arcing on International q.ues- fii n'fleMMarr for ma to . tt 1 tbli earnestly support Mr Having Hughes Mid. , kM complete familiarity with ' f.ilant ailmlnlafra- 4 we can feel assured thill UJ ajamuin uw inauoaiauiuu Vjtsniiot afford to hav a Tam UfUt4 federal government. The !Lufi nf GoTprnor Cos was 55 about by the skillful and grained n0IX ol ,OCBJ tnl" jjt bosses woo represent. in g kaneful Influence in our po aiUte. v ilfjaitor Harding has genius Mntion. We want exten vwr 1 uaHsrshlD but we want to out to the attempts, sometimes 1 pious, lometimea subtle, to cre 'kSi autocracy of the executive. iletator Harding will be hia own m lawtrr but he will really seek o 'msmI aad not simply talk about iij, "l believe also that Senator K vdinf election will afford the m Vtit way of securing our proper (UUon to international coopera: . ' It FRED BROOKS PIES LAST EVENING (Special to The Argus.) Brit, 111., Aug. 26. Mrs. Fred iki, wbo for several years has y ft in poor health, died at her , Mr in Portland townsbip last nk'mr at 0 o'clock, the day be- 67th birthday. Brooks was the daughter of Mrs. William Arnett. who prominent residents of this awjnunity for many years. farvmht the deceased are the and the following children: Hi Ira Rivers, Granger, Iowa; Ullrrna Withrow of Denrock, 111.; Mm and William of home, and .lutein of this township. She also Lmtn a brother Leonard. . hnersl arrangements have not Itm made. -I gCU g3t A Cwrae. Her eesnpUxlm ertdeaOr waa mi, Her ketr tu of tha At. yetto shade, aeqaJred ky etettkal nftpextfea. AUeraey - knew tae iyne. "want gfomadar b naked. . 8Je told a kmc nwt atoir. "I sappoae," be laid, "If ail this U SO nn have annat nAmuli action. I would adria i "That's the talk," aha cat ln,-fcut lay off the ad rising and write the nepers. I gotta har it today. : 1 wouldn't aak it in aach a hurry kit ya, aaa there's another fallow whf wanU to marry me. Chances don't come every day. So I thought f better gat him hitched right away." The attorney tried to explain pro cedure attendant to granting of a divorce. Which won him the threat to "aea a lawyer who knew hia buslneaej' BFfiiocfCfire j fiUUCU..LHIO ltflE TMkiTKE t'ALEyiuff I -Mono piCTtritEs- lira 6r Tt and ! awn pre Iiexmunii I twirl kaBdi sowirrowir 'nmjr w Amu Stawart la The M)ntl Dorathy Saiten in "Guilir ot Love." ' ClMal wntlan kumll in 'The nrin ot sonenoe CRek. ! Amortraa Charles Kar in "The Pinch Hitler." Bret Tainr-tifhUi Mmt. fourteenth aventte. --. Black Bewk 1103 Twelfth avenw- i't Rlatt Jtlnlh -trfct- J. Warirn Komcan in "Live Sparks." : Fifth Areas 253"! rtflh arena. Bartie Theatre. Davenport) Ant. 2 Oeorte White'e "Scandals of 11." . Ant. 30 ' Ciarence" ith oririnal Chi raco eomaaiu. Sept. Grace La Rue and Hale Ham ilton in "Dear Me." . VAIDKVILXJS. . (Molinel ralaee Theatre Change of bill twiee a W(C1. - KINDI.TNG WOOD Northern pine, the Kind you used to get at the sawmills years ago. Kor sale at Lomont Coal company's ynrd, 1718 yirst avofcue. Phon-; P.'. 1. 105. - ii aJ tWJZTuti Ciutr im Be tdi at CeaJ Tilley to Be Semi hy King's Jhutfeti. Flrat annaal chickCn fry of tt Rack Inland T. M. C. A. will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 15, at Coal Valley. The King's Danghtars have offered to aerre tha dinner, promis ing to make enough ao that each can have hia heart's desire. ' Non-members of the T. M. C. ' JL. are Invited to attend as well as members. Each plate will sell at $1.50, the tickets to be out In a few days. A program of - races - and apeaklng will he held in the after noon and toasts and other features win be given in the evening pro gram. The program will begin at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. All who attend the affair In ma chines are asled to meet , at the Y. M. C. A. building o meet others who are going but have no cars. Auto loads will leave the associa tion house at about 12:30 on Wed nesday noon. - . V Willis Wood, athletic director of the association, is in charge of the arrangements. Sub - committees were named at a meeting held by the general committee last night at the building. The committee plans on making the chicken fry an an nual event l"rr m t-.l .1. . .kaawl hafr aa- aa" - cepUMWy ana thgcoajghly enjoyed the Vcaaatala" wblafered at the Bwrtta laat night, at Ue aoef th-aemaon prasantM by GaaWM Whitat mm - iu Uala of lttt - There' vuin.1 fail hoaee, aad tha big Broadway revue eiatfva local audience. Not tor a waa the show dranr.Xha big cast putting their ahow jbrar wHh tantty an ease, to the entire enjoyment f fe crowd. The eoa toming was splendid and the acenea entirely np to the minute. Aa a whola the big beauty iwrne aoaga aaapfy and catch jtad tae actors and tttxaeaaj ef the Among fhem vare Onee Balan Wflaoa, Blanch Irene Oray, Duke Bogera, Jack wards and many others of the orig- Ke in the which ia Bartia for next In Quito every ana a anak of ttgwtamg. B ii nr W3 M iaEaaaSj FEATtitES OF MJJtl n a." g9p tot Jodie? 807-9 W. Second St DATEKP0RT Fur Remodeling Service Expert fur work. Artistic finishing. Prompt delivery. (If work is left now.) EXCLUSIVE DESIGN'S. We cull for aad deliver your furs. Phone Dav. 4111. ill - ' , , ' 3i ' in the rusn ana stn ! le rust ..ie it is the man without cash or credit that is left behind. You don't need to belong to that class. Begin NOW to save your money through this Bank, and whenever the door of opportunity opens, you will be ready. Central Trust and Savings Bank MAKE OUR BaANK YOUR BANK 11 im In cswdtt IT 1 e univcni Antiseptic PBAOOCK SOUrrtON ahowM to rn ewery Prwraota -Ha" beoaaaa H. dally aa a gargle aad a anaath waah, tt atota the throat anad prereata the araefflBg ei FmAoocx waumm a antiseptic far all aueet aac aSectkma. Aa a dlasahaant of ale ft aaa tea as Perehaae eathar a M oeat IrlalJ Mttle or a U esse totttaj andTW I lome at SOLTJTI' by krl come aconateted . with FKAO00K run. Bug-ologY What Do You Call Them? Bedbuf (Ctaaax lectularioa). Tl ot tha naan hadboc la unknown, bat la auppoand to ba naturaUy auscsaM aa it ta aaaorintiv. Than ara auor looal tar thaaa sanaitca. aa lor illualra roand Boatoa thagr an eallad BatUmor eomaa tha Mahocanr Rai." in Maw York tte an atrlad aa "aad Coata. aroond Pltta- im war an eauaa -reaar Darua, ta inaart and tha South "Hubtrioars." in St. IjovIm and Chicaco dtatrlet "Crianan Ibtara" tha mat Was -TUarinu." Tha eia aaiue. -taa aeauf has but uar r there Just Xbo tarns." in lnamn ot taata they poaaaaa a paare nd aaaftttar haak to draw and rab ol your biaod lor thair own bodr. k no iianar wnat roa mar can or whan they came troaa. anna ha found a war to lid than it yon will aaa taithtoUy tha Daw chemical Ti Oavllo Qoutua. ' P. D. Q." A Sae packae atafcaa oaa auan. anooca to aw a asUnoa anw or rnniiaa P. P. Q. wUl not ab4 thatrem as wait. nMan tatedkan. and oafin a aatant apant to aatnta you U tat thaaa la tha Imrt hi ai il nlaiea Taiimaallli tar Paahy Bwrila to aatat whan P. JO. . ta maad.' Sola by Haas- Draw State, and HEADACHE : Oeoicaof.il WASH SXIRTS Value, to $10.C3 $3.95 "The Store That's Known for Its tiotiderhd Xabits" 414 Fifteenth Street, Moline. dwk ofwJl WASII DRESSES V-Jne. to $23.00 $s.co Worn F ; ... . . ... i-i'- . . - -. e " For Much Less Than You Expected To Pay! Tomorrow We Offer Wonderful New One-of-a-Kind Fall Models at Far Less Than the Regular Value that Guar antees a Saving of $10 to $25 and More. ( ON SALE AT .1 Fur-Trimmed EmbroideredPlain It's been several seasons since we have been able to offer such suit values as these. This sale will be a real surprise to women who have been expecting that they would have to pay big prices. - Just note these materials: v Broadcloths velovps silver tones tinseltonestricotines and serges. Some have fur collars and pocket trimmings. $9.98 and $8.98 Lace Trimmed GEORGETTE WAISTS New Fall Styles a - I i .. : o - n lies CM Pi" HI; M Others are simplytailored with stitchery and buttons. Straight line models, extra long coats and the shorter styles with rip ples sides. Convertible collars. ; Every suit is silk lined. Colors: Navy, deer, fawn, beach, brqwn, beaver and black. Sizes 16 to 44. I mmm mmm . V. ennw sp-ai M .awnhv I III vwm Araiial Sale of Cnite Presntmff liTmrlreda of advance-tvle models in smart coats and woman who must hare a new coat this winter will do well to consider Tory cauefnU1. Value for value and dollar for dollar -we believe this sale of fall coats to be the best you've ever had presented to you. Every gar ment is thoroughly and carefully made every one sure to give you the service and appearance you pay for. And the saving is genuine it's really more than we state. Coats will be very high this win ter. Bnynow. ; v; , , v Pair small deposit downtoe9!! hold ami Coat itou select until called for Final Clearance of C Sprint Sport Coats - Values to ZS JtUt a or thA te IKt tt AMP K CQsaHMTAaU 5 BENGSTON'S mcBOfJAL Oa M A et :. Baeklalaml JU.i . a in r it;. ii i i ats his y i aria ii i Cf IT.