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?P3 SZPTEIIBER 10, 1920.
m mm , ,MlNlWltJ fi'?" J'? rw- ! related IffSSOaAIXZaD EPTTDQT7n DT AUTO x7mLn o cmcAoo . J?. Mr" wre Arring tott, 121 Twenty-first avenue, waa atruck by an automobile and euf- rteatrad by bar Disband. George Arrington. clerk at the Rock Is land freight house, yesterday. Mr Arlington left on the noon train for Chicago. No word as to bow the accident happened has been . beard. The telephone message received by Mr. Arrington yesterday was to the ef fect that Mrs. Arrington was In automobile accident. He receiredi"1"' BU1A W the call at 10:30 yesterday morn-! RECOVER hfXtMTWP Island Southern railway,, are de- j Rock Island Southern train at i fendanta in damage action browht crossing intersection. It is charge by Roy and Marshall E. Cobb in ed that the accident waa due tf the sum of 1,000. -According to the negligence cn the part of the eom.i bill on file in circuit court. the pany's employes. It is claimed thai plaintiffs while riding in an auto-', the automobile was damaged to tht mobile, on Sept 1 were struck by a extent of the amount asked. s jACDIIATi 3B6AFES r'd J P. Hopawa of BH WOTv OUt a warrant 1m .v- . tag. Mrs. Arrington had been in Chi cago Wednesday and vesterday while enronte for Buffalo, N. Y. OP AUTO DAMAGE William T. Abbott and Thomas H. Beason. as receivers for the Rock 2s2SwSar - All the newa mil the time The Argus. ' "ar Kickufn Cketf , Glm Ba4 dk tor Sew Hat. Haad police detectives 4 to And a trace of the iib who Thursday after jrf bogus check game on jUat nd purloined a 1125 trial from another, pair who was described jyaani. good looking and jpci, purchased a hat at ju Men and Ladies' Ready lore, I806 Second are i tendered a check tor $15 jut, which was later found Mrtols- ' ; gsnaa then went to the Mc titment sotre and purloin ifltt diamond ring through jUl tactics. ExrhaDRCK Ulna. not to the jewelry counter rtif to be shown a number $tt spent some little time J ptere and several trays of MK presented for her in Being extremely deft bands she managed to lift Hfood ring from one of the 4 in its place slipped a sil faf iet with two ' piecea of . Th interchanEe was not jelby the clerk and as the tray HQ no suspicion was arousea. tuun soon left the store, aft- ttlU that she did not care to H I purchase. However, it did tnbi long to find that an infer (M was in the tray in the place not the diamonds, and the po- ntt called. 1 IKETHUDIST FJL3T01W TO B : AT CONFERENCE . ., w Methodiat ministers of Rock ni lloline and Milan will at i annual conference of the (V Til district of the Illinois "4st conference at Dwight, j M. Sept 22. The three cities 4 Ihiti In the central division 111 war districts in the state. k ngram for the conference )wt been announced yet. joi pastors who will attend isttference are Rev. Samuel bMt, of the First Methodist of i blind; Rev. A. M. Stocking itR Spencer Memorial of this ;lv. M. E. Weisenberger, of Klin Methodist church; Rev. T. Jones, district superinten t; Her. 0. B. Enselman, First .1 (lurch of Moline, and Rev. ml, .Dodds, Second Methodist hi rti of Moline. II 'AIMS HIS REP IAS INJURED BY FALSE ARREST wring that his personal repu Htu been injured to the extent JIM, James Nichols today filed ) action in that amount i. Chapman and Henry W. D. i IW mderworld, the 400, the wis, the exploits of each de lated in a novelty melo- WDUam Fox presents GEORGE WALSH N 1 IAXHATTAX KMGHT At DIM'S RIALTO C24 Mnth Street ! . TO.MGHT i Al Pathe Sews and Km P0UARD COMEDY Saturday ; WILLIAM DESMOID . BASGEROrS WATERS nilllllllllllll i asli ??kc Your Own KILLER P.D. Q. VTv. 7 mke ' home a full ktoTii atrn Du kill for 35c l'ion bedbugs, roschee. t uTl.". T"' recipe win not burn, WSL c'0'li!i nd is entirely ito,,?3' olher onnul we know T?"Ullull the eere. S nJjr 35c package V"";' Quietus) P. D. Q.. then 1 1T7 9 fwnucal made erpre&sf7 iffi Hoplti. and dwelllnn if "O nd other insecn. J !ot the pesky dertie to exist Use of P. D. Q. awplUl m 52.50 make Bt ifZ?' rofrt has it or he can fet sJSl prepaid either uze by .TT'ysasueal Co T.n. n..... price. Look for the devil ' jjJJT packaje. Sold by Riese' AMAZING SUIT& . DRESS VALUES neW winter model; for women and misses Comer Second and Brady U Beginning Saturday Morning at 8:30 O'clock r ANOTHER GREAT SALE of New Tailored and Fur-Trimmed Suits XT PI- 1 t y ew ouits, secured tnrougn a remarkable "pur- , chase," which if bought in an ordinary way would sell for $75.00, $85.00 up to $95.00. W SUIT MATERIALS Tricotines, Velours, Evora, Velour Delaine Yalama Cloth Tinseltone j$sid SHADES Seal Brown Pekin Blue Beaver Oxford Grey . Nqyy and Black Reindeer . Corner Second and Brad 'Streett f M S A most complete line of Fall Millinery awaits your selection Saturday Here you will- find everything that is entirely new. Hats of Lvons. fJ Panne and Paon velvet, Hatters' plush, Celophane, Duvetyri, etc. Among grj the leading colors are Pheasant, Rast, Burnt Orange, Taupe, Brown, Navy m ana as always Black AT "THE BON TON'S" USUAL POPULAR PRICES EM to $3 Featuring for Saturday: The Smartest Modes in NEW FALL DRESSESH of Satin, Taffeta Serge, Georgette and Tricotines jl Draped and Straightline models overskirts, plain and gathered hems, embroidered, beaded and some severely plain. Later in season you will pay $45.00 for Dresses of this quality. 19.75 I I New Plaid and Silk Poplin SKIRTS In rich autumn coloring, beautiful soft shades. New Georgette Blouses Unusual Styling as well as effective trimming make them all particularly desirable for wear with suits. Flesh and White and all Suit Shades. SALE ON SECOND FLOOR IE FECIAL HOWINGofV A1LORS aTIinrtAV A i 1 UiU I ill and S5.00 Hats that cannot he duplicated anywhere at these prices. Knox and Dcnlap blocks. In all the leading colors Lids for Kids in every conceioeable style Beaver Hats, in black, brown, beaver and navy $5X0up IT A ?IC velvet, knitted, 1 iri O dl styles and a etc., colors $1.00 up Save yourself time, trouble and money by coming to The Bon Ton first. An en tire store devoted to the sale of children's headgear. L4 Jo; f; FALL FOOTW V at X; M FOR IT , LOST ttorniat between R. ... I. WT Seventeenth street. 1 Wd Wrist watr.h nn hlark , Cj'MS-X. Reward. tE THERE Rimmerman's Grocery 609 Seventeenth St. Phone R. 1. 1661 13 and TO OUR PATRONS Our store will be closed Monday and Tuesday, Sept 14 on account ot Holiday. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY 49 lb. sack Gold Medal, Goldrim .fl0 QC or Ceresota Flour U.OU Best grade Peaberry Coffee, 3 9 C none better, a lb. : Large jar Lippincott's Apple 39 C Butter, only Calumet Baking Powder, 7c per lb. can Jello, all flavors, , 27 C 2 pkgs. Log Cabin Maple Syrup, 3 9 C on sale at Beechnut Peanut Buter, med ium size. Jar Mixed Vegetables for Preserves Strawberry or Raspberry, . 39C witch's or Armour's Grape Juice. ' 35C a pint HlPPOlite Marshmallow Creme, a pint 25 C jar Corn or Tomatoes, . 75 C 2 cans rf LargeJarDill 29C PnK Snmr .... .. Try a bottle of Oriental Show-Ton Sauce, . (A genuine Japanese- aance) ...... . Soup, 2 cans Blueberries or Black berries, a can Our Leader Coffee., a lli, Michigan Navy Beans. 3 lbs. California Lima Beans, OP. s lbs OOQ Freeh Peanat Butter,' a lb 27c 25c 43c 35c 19c 29c 35c Our Saturday Specials Camisoles in navy, fancy embroid ered. . $3.00 values for $1.98. ; Georgette Blouses In all high shades-values up to $10.85 for $5.00. Silk Hosiery $4.00 values, pure silk, $2.50. $3.00 values for $2.00. $2.50 values for $1.50. $1.50 values for $1.00. 224 West Second. We are ready for the coming season with the best looking line of footwear you'll find anywhere. Be your wants either boots or oxfords we are prepared to show you a beautiful line of new est styles. As to Prices! We ak only that you compare ours with those quoted elsewhere! simply to In explanation of some of the val ues you will find in our stores we voh say that our outlet is the in the three cities and in these days Quantity Buy ing counts. Our three great stocks are open for your inspec tion. In them you will find shoes for each mem ber of the family. miitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiniiumn i DAVENPORT. MOUNES ROCK ISLAND. J12 W. 2d St 412 15th St 1807 2d Ave. iTiiiiiiiii!iMiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiii:ni!iii!iii:iiiiiiiiiiii!iii:jiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiHii:ii i ii I -1! S fi IS " .'.