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.a U J .'la ' narwHwiTtjitff wto ia w'ensmber m taVgoal wlU to 1 ised stela tba anttre ma oT iAaerlaa. ma f 4laiaaa at a naatlna- laat s at the maim sster MMdfiiiML a Hack. Iflaall .in 1 .JSII U fN HM 1 1 bring 8art OahaajL ft fwaslaj ygcf. rrom Milwaukee to ouaai am. guwiMumwiM atetlaa ft fvttiac aero big ia the we of BMftMr drivaaj rta at W. A. and it la aredistad tat k will anient wmitM en-! tin la Beck Island county. Ha .111 arrive aDut the fint of next p aasoetatloa will organisation the 'a or attack aad b may ft? teg atart Oet 1. . flan Waafc, V ' An extensive publicity policy will a adhered to ia carrying out the irlve. Plana call (or one week to designated aa eednian Week." Wwf wMeh the merchants will fe eaked to donate window display to srmaoilc ramaenutwaa woodareft. ak M ' camping with woodmen at work. A Ma feature of the campaign will be a monster parade on Oct H fallowed by a pro tram of apeak- and entertainment number at fie IUInoia theatre. Member of fee eiaoatfve eouaelt of the 1L W. i. will ba Invited to be present and fk part la the epsaUng. E fmea aaMlaaiaTBl Will MHAIIIrlA aanrn blf elaaa eaaaUea oa Nov. 4. at f bleb a baaqaat will be spread. mum RANK FIRST rase arliaf gonads Veto of Waning Against Hyphen , blartoa. Ohio. Sept IS Warning 3Iast the dangers of a hyphen id cltlaenahlp, aSanator Harding told a gathering of Americanborn fttiaaaa here today that the United Itatea must avoid "meddling" In la the affaire la the other nations, H these classes of Americans are to be united in loyalty to the gov aramsnt. 7t . 4Th Republican nominee declar A that be did net blame the tor- agBhera for eeaaiotlng aympa slea during tba World war and asserted that the fault belonged to tie nation Itself. The task of thor. yoagbly Americanising tbosa of for. aagleetad and must now be taken m with aew 0 termination. " want America on guard akaiast that eourse which natr ally unda to array American ftalnit each other. I da not know whether or not Washington fors saav ihis menace when be waned against entangling alliances and meddling abroad; but I se it, and I ear to you that all America must suae nrm agaiast this dangerous nd destructive un-American pol ley. Meddling' la net only denser1 one to us, because it leads us into ua entanglements against which Waaalagtoa warned us, but it also threatens aa America divided la her own honeehold. "For Americana, who lore Amer loa, I sound warning, it is not beyond possibility that the day might come and may God fprbid tt-x-when n organised hyphenated vote ia American politic may have the balance of voting power to elect our goTarnment Jf this ware trae, America wpuW be delivered out of the hands of her citisensblp aad bar control might b transfer red to a foreign capital abroad. "Let ae all remember, however, that 'America first' doee not mean that thesAmerioa which we all love and aader whose lag wa must al ways remain a people united, is to aa an America blind to tba welfare of humanity throughout -the world. But oar ability to be helpful to mankind and our preparation for leadership lies in first being secure homy add. mighty g our Cltleeg- MiP. N. X ' HAEBY LAKOS, WHO . XMTD 07 WAIl CrAfl, BUHIAL BUJJDAY Hvrr W. Unge. aged 11 years, Who died last Monday -afternoon at , a government hospital. Port Bay. ard, N. M.. from the effscte at be tag gassed (a Pranee la 1111. will be barled tomorrow aruraooa. Ttoerl aervieef wUI be bald at tba Waitf Ipiaeopal ehnreh at I e ejotg auaaay anernoon with Rav. W. fc. Essex la charge. Intertaeot wui oe maae in wnippiaaaock cem etery, Mr. Uage, before entering the aervlce oa Sept W, WI7, realdad at mi Seventeenth treat Hevwas enlisted in the ambulance cdlrpa. wa nner a year's serviee to .mace, returned to this eoaatry , n atarci at 1111. ua bad been ill ftact and bad been at Fort Bayard far aUmoataa. woKXJPwa a jiiCTr .Taa? spare time thla wiitar to acltoal will aJays be af grW bane, ttatawa. OQce epea evealgaa this ' - - ' : ' i y " . orr worn lako ersfaras Acid PagexJute to fssti the aema. A daUelea f;' W ( O m This Is the last picture made of Tb6mas, famous movie star, who died Parts hPSPltal, taken belore they sailed from America. Miss Tnetnaa first won renown as one of iegfe)d's beauties. PRE-WAR LEVEL OF IMMIGRANTS State to Face Men Preblsms A Seaalt of Foreign laflaj. Chicago, Sept 18. Immigrant trains are once more arriving in Chicago bringing foreign passen gers whose number is H&st ap proaching the pre-wr level. Miss Orace Abbott, executive secretary of the Immigrants' Commission of Illinois, said here recently. "Th state is sure to have new problems and new aspects of the old problems to deal with as a re sult of the present influx," Miss Abbott' said. "The people who are now arriving come from suffering and devastated regions of Europe and Will 90 doubt bear the impress of what they have endured during the past six years." The Illinois commission expects to achieve results by study of h changing conditions, by keeping n touch with immigrant: groups, and by making accessible to them Of ficial and private agencies which can be Pf assistance during their period of readjustment, Miss Ap- "Wt axpiiunea. At present social study of coal mining towns is oeing made and the educational heeds ' and oppor tunities offered the Immigrant who Is above the age of compulsory scnooi attendance are being investi gated. : "Somewhat of the scope of the work before thl commission can be seen," said Miss Abbott "when it 4s explained that in 1910 there were 40260 foreign born residents in Illinois, and that from ltlo to 1S1T there were OT.tM immigrants who gave Illinois aa their destination." Of the approximately half million Immigrants who came to Illinois during the last feeade only, about 9 Per cent were, English speaking, IT Per cent were Polish, 15 6 per veni itaiian, a per cent Heprew, 7 per eeat 8ava from the Balkan States, 4.1 per cent Lithuanians and Letta. 4.1 per cent Greeknud 3.1 per cent Russian." . p0Pinn holders' General No. 634. Notice is hereby given to all per aonanjlnterestedNhat the board of local Improvements of the city of Rock Island, III, has died in the county court of Rock Island county a certificate of the cost of Ihe im provement entitled in said court "In re petition of tba city of Soak Island, Hi., to eases the coat of th paving with aspbajuo concrete of Thirty-first street from Four teenth to Eighteenth avenue, and aald certificate also shows the court costs, the amount of aecraeJ tnterast and the total amount of saw aweaemeat. and said certifi cate also states that the said im proveajept conforms aubstanUally . ErrcM Ct Tnsxfm lltlttSt PbeaeR.L477 MlilaHia. , Jack Pickford and his wife, Olive from mercurial poisoning in a to the reqnirements of the original ordinance for the construction of the same as required by law. and that final hearing on said certificate will be had on the fourth day -of October, A- D- 129, at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m., or as soon there after as the business ot the court will permit All persons desiring may file objections in said court before said day and pay appear on the hearing and make their defense. Dated at Rock Island, 111., this llth day of September, A. D. 1920. H. M. BCHRIVER, M. T. RUDGREN. FRANK WICH. JOHN MURRIN. i WILLIAM FITZSIMMONS, Beard of Leoal Improvements qU me city or nock Island, 111. TOM SJJJLEY (JETS BEATEN m FIGHT .WITH ED SMM0K8 Tom Smfley, proprietor pf a meat market at Third avenue and Four teenth street, is In St Anthony's hospital today as the result of i juries received; la a light with 84 "Windy" Simmons at the letter's second band store. 1311 Third ave nue, i at 10 o'clock Friday nteht. Simmons, eocording to the police, administered a beating to Smiley, and the latter is eaid to have re ceived a badly sprained ankle in the scrimmage In addition to the fistic defeat Little could be learned aa to the cause of the affray other than the two men .were said io have been drinking. Smiley was also said to have slapped his wife, which led SImmone to ehastise him. It', was claimed. Polka Chief Ton Cox said that warrants probably will be issued in the eaae. DEPT.0FIABOR waaniugiea, ssepi. is a pro- neuucea erop in tne general level ef wholesale priees during Auauat Was reported today by the depart . a i i. - jnooastuffs showed the greatest price recessions, the decrease aver aging more than 13 per cent Farm products declined nearly fl per cent and clothes and clothing a la ner iceni. mei ana lignung materials OonUnned their apwgrd tread, bow ever, with an inuraase of more than 44 per eeat while metal and bona famishing goods also shewed an increase over July. Call SPARK'S Taxi R.I. 230 tELIABLS fEUBALGIA lata AT OMBaTlSS DL03C3 G.A.(l.aiTiL:3 Ard OWib AM Eaaaara. gaaat To Be Held at ladjaav . gftlii Xxt Weak. . Abemi twenty members af the John Bnford post. Ma 243. of the Grand Army of the Republic and of the Woman's Relief corps, will leave tony rr ow evening fof Indlanayolia, iBd., to attend tag patlo&hl aa aamament of tba 0. A. It. to bo held axt week. Tba deleajuioB will go ay tne way Of cnieago wnere uey will board a special train to the en- The ooavenpoB wui opes Moaaay and last throogh Thursday. o olfieja! deiegation naa been named either by tba poetic tba relief corps, but members are voluntar ily going to attend- As far aa can be learned the follnwini will at tend with the addition of several other members s Mr. and Mrs. John Bedford, Mr. ana Mrs. Andrew Bled el, George Lee, F. H. Anthony, Q. W. Larson, George Zeigler, Mrs. Rase qoehran, jura, ussia ataman, Mr. Bessie Parth,Rlchardson, Mrs. Oeerrs - Saandere, Mre. Martha Mason, Mrs. Bertha Bruhn, and Miss Florence Bruhn." ' VIQLA Mr. ant Mrs. Boy Pease. Mr. and Mrs. James piungett, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fasaaacht and daughter Lu cile, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laagford, and Misses Ilo and Mearle Pitman attended the circus in Davenport Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Will McAtee held a reception at their heme east of town en Wednesday evening in hon or of their aon Robert and wife, who were recently married at Cedar Falls, Iowa, -x - Dr. and Mrs. Lipton spent a few days last week in Chicago. Rev. and Mrs. F. I. Stevens went to Pert Byron on Monday to visit relatives. They returned Wednes day evening accompanied by -Mrs. Sterepa' father, Dr. Lytprd, who will visit a few days. vW. E. Briggs was a Davenport! business caller Fridayr Mrs. Bernice Terrey spent Labor day with R. S- Terrey and family- jgy Fisher spent Sunday with friends In Coal Valley. Miss Alice Morris and wife went to Macomb on, Saturday, where the latter Will attend school this year, Oral Han-ison ef Keitbsburg spent Saturday witb his sister, Mra. & L. Greenwell. Mrs. A. Winstem and children wept to Rock Island Monday to at tend the celebration ef the Jewish New Veer. . v Clarence Spicer end ' daughter Genevieve . of Rock Island, spent Sunday with Rjibe Spicer and fam ily. ' .- ' C. J. Enatrom and family arrived home last week from in auto trip to aigerent paints in tne east I Mrs. Roisbeek returned to her erne in Peoria Tuesday after a brief visit witb her sister, Mr. Duncan Thompson. B. D. Baxtefmade a business trip to Chicago on Tuesday.' Dr. Walter Moles and Sherman Wathon were Galesburg callers Tuesday. Ralph Breekenridge ef Chicago visited last week with his mother here. ' " Lyall Christy and Flpyd John ston who re attending school in Galesburg spent the week end at thetr homes here. W. L. B. Jepkmsan was a Kew Windsor visitor Tuesday. Mr- a4 Mrs- John McWbirter re? turned to their home in Molina Tuesday after a visit with the lat ter's sister, Mrs. Jessie Patterson and family. Mrs. Wyatt MHUkan and daughter Lerena were Galesburg shoppers Saturday. - Jqe Elliott of Woodhull called op frends here Sunday. ' A large number from this vicinity attended the North Henderson fair on Saturday, Mrs. Roy Baxter and two chll flren of Prairie Du hien, Wis., r rived Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Baxter, William Batoman and family left last week for their home at Zanea ville, Ohio, after a visit wjtfc Mr. and Mrsvjohn Pinkerton. Mrs. C, L. Breekenridge ot RM- wood Fang, Minn,, arrived last week naNuaiy-a Daw aroaa. w-r. V . ' 1 "" 3i U SYiK35iSS I1 i. it uu i i an a t i mm, nu mmfm.,m mi iaaa Broadway Presbyferian Church C0B5IR OF SETEHTH ATEHTJB . .. Huuuttjr OVUQUi A COfUl wftlcoro, U extended to tkofte net iwfnlwly worahipbj ebewhere tx vtJtWitb bar moCar, ara.' B. M, BiKdrtdga. ) . . x lira. Lena Bissau aad daughter LCiaai retnrnad bona Friday from twsi psamthif .vtstt twu reianvea and Maada to Ooiorado aaa iua M Cttf, Ubv Tbey alat visited the Phillipa familiaa at Baton. N. M, Miss Laara Hopkins, spent the weak aid at hT born bere. , Mrs. O. J-Wlan of Ckampalg vwlted laat fAaf with bar aistar, Era. Laaa Lawlaaa and so. h Praad Mra. OC Upton spent 9Tiday to QaJetfturg. Mia Bertha Saatoa return ed Moaday pvaainf from ft visit with friends ia Molina. A. Wipstein spent a few day last week buying goods in Chicago. Mia Edna Allen returned to bar homo ja Des Moines, Iowa, last week., after viiiOngV three week with friend. - Mr. and Mra. Tbnrman Warder and, baby left Tuesday for a visit witb relatives at Ottumwa, Iowa. 8. K. Qreene of fttorliag. 111., spent several days last weak Witb friend here. - Mis Gertrude Kennedy and Walter Russell went to Monmoath Tuesday where tbey will attend col lege this year. Miss Ho Pitman departed Satur day for Bloominston. III., where she will attend Normal university. Mr, A, Elliott aad Mrs, Sarah Bailey spent a tew days last week with relative In New Windsor. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Frakes of A. ft Frslrps And family. Monmouth spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Sevenringen and baby, and William Langferd and daughter, Miss Kate, motored to Peoria Sunday and spent the day with Eddie Langtord. who is in the hospital. Mrs. Frank Morris, Mr. Tim Plunkett and Mrs, v, A, McClaaa- ban returned Saturday evening from a efevedal days' visit with friends ,apd relatives in Rock Is land. Mrs. Susan Brown arrived borne last week from months visit with her son, Francis and family at Osceola, Iowa. Her grand daugh ter Miss Mary Brown, accompanied her heme to visit relatives hare. Miss Theressa Peters went to Propbetstown last week to visit her niece, Mrs. Park Thede and family. pr. and Mrs. W. Miles were Dav enport shoppers Friday. VILLA CROWDED OVERCAPACITY Sisters af Visitation Facing Serious Problems Arising from Larg. est Attendance, , The accommodations of the Villa do Chantal, which have been taxed beyond their capacity for students the past three years, are crowded to an extent this year, with the largest attendance in the history of the institution, that the Sisters of.ithe Visitation are face to face Willi Bvriuua nrufi?u4. jvcty available part of sgacg in the pres ent building has been converted in to dormitory purposes, and yet there ia hardly sufficient room. This condition bring the build ing project, a campaign for which waa started last spring, up for im mediate and imperative attention, and af renewal of the drive fof funds to build the essential addi tions then inaugurated, must be re sumed without delay, if this beauti ful school for girls is to continue to grow. The Sister were much pleased with the generous response that at tended the campaign of last spring, ! so far aa it progressed and tney have reason to feel that a renewal of their efforts will be attended by results which will measure up to their fondest expectations. The sum rhiob must be realized In or der to complete the contemplated improvements, ia 9900,009. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR ATTENTION! J5ir Knights: You are requested-to ap pear at the Masonic temple, Monday, Sept. 20, at 9;Q0 a, m.f to act as escort at the fun- era of Sir Knight John A, Gustafson. CARL A. HAIXGREN. E Cr Attest; James L, Hickey, Fec. 1 v A5D TWISTT-THMB STSEtT at. xu;ov A. m. CUillALfXDAY Plan Fnaeral ef WeO-inewn Baek Iala4 OCjer aa4 La3t Bk Wbe Wed Taftoraay. Funeral aarvicas of John A. Oua- tafaon, wall knowa , Rock Island clothier sftl lodge man, who tied. yesterday afternoon at his home. 113 Twentieth street, will ba bald at 10 o'clock Monday morning at. tba home, with ftev. Lanpoelot naoaway omctaung at m" sr- vtoa. IntermeaT will be in CbJP' plannaek cemetery. ' v Mr. Gustafson had been 111 three week with typhoid fever and for the last week his condition b4 been serious. ' His condition eritiaa) tor the last II boar, Mr, Gastafaen was born to ftwi den on Jan. 5, 1864, and came thia country and Cable III. when 18 yearp ef age. He was employed at the Cable store, a merchandising business, where ba received bis first business experience.- He cams toTtock Island later and was aasociated for 12 year witb the London Clothing company. In 1902 Mr. Gustafson and B- I. Hayea op ened the Gustafson & Hayes store on Second avenue. After 14 years Lot business together, Mr. Gustaf son sold out to Mr. Hayes and in 1917 opened his present place of business at l&l Second avenue, V Married ia 1890.. Mr. Gustafson was married to Miss Ida Schmidt of Muscatine on Nov. 2, 1890. "Mrs. Gustafson. died in 1903, and Mr. Gustafson was united in marriage to his wife's sis ter, Martha Schmidt, at Morris, Mi lan. 5, 1910. She survive with three children of the first wife, Mrs. Ray Myers, Davenport and John A., Jr.. and Helen, at home; three sisters. Mrs, Chris Borgrtfn, Rock Island; Mrs, Emma Johnson, Rock Island, and Mrs. Fred Nel son, Moline, and a brother. Gust Gustafson, Chicago. He wa one of the oldest mm Send for this beautiid Miller Library Lamp $1 C Only LD YOU'LL net find the equal of this hsndanme Library Lamp at this low price. Wa "luanMd out unit tot Ait Uffwuh amis! W big Obb.J acanom mrainnaiif ae couoanr. ibat map oi inn tugi quay (anas enee, 6tsst Vftlw of the Ywr You'll am v4 ua who. inu th i. it . WrforprGalT ECommoowrtlth Fdlsoaj O Clwcago, IB, Preacher f : John McGowa . Stevenaon STJlf DAT, SEPT. lb, UM A.JL "Tt9gi6 Proximity" Text: "Thou art not far from the kingdom of God." Mark 11:84, f Evenlaf "The Judgment DayZ "He hath annotated a daV ln which He will judge the worm m ngntaouaness. - ' Act :. Kvealng feniee: . Evangel istlc Good singing. wah aiuala af oVxras mbf si. mMNTwmWrm'aufJtlaa ehwMh. -Me waa a g Tiber af Trio lodge of the MaaoaaTkalgbta Temp lar, wlfbhows, sua aaa au w. Tuf Knienta Tempiar wui at tba laaarai. coal have mm Ot Xmpty CftHra4 Can ta lasv ' Winter Fael Bapply far .. latlaa, Washington, Sept 18. .(TTnited Press). Coal mine will continue to nave flret gait on empty railroad cars to injure a supply af wlntor fael, under an order ot tba inter state commerce commission, which want into effect today,. Tba order extended for an tndaflnjto period the Ufa of the emqvaloaa raoeat priority Hat which waa to have be come void today. Extension of th priority ust was mad necessary by the gtrike of anthracite coal miners which re duced the output ot that fuel and decreased tba supply of bituminon coal. Anthracite production toll to nearly 600,000 tons last week a a result ot ft strikt, it waa estimated bare today. WIGHT SCHOOL 0PI9S MOHDAT. Brown's Bnsinea College will or ganise night elasses, Monday, Sept 10. Register during the day or evening this week. - , v . 90TICE. Dr. Jama F. Myer baa removed hiaofljee from Moline to room No. 4Qfi Safety building, Bock Island, orsce hours. iO to 12 a. m, and J:30 to S and 7 to 8 p. m. i The Big Opportunities for Men and for Women , Are in the City Where else are such possibilities for congenial work and rapid advancement open to men and women who nave the vision of better salaries and bigger responsibilities? HERE IS A DEFINITE OPPORTUNITY JTHEjFAIR STORE OF CHICAGO is one of the leading retail mercantile houses of the country, . known far and wide for its popular prices and for the excellent quality of the merchandise which it handles. . To women and to men of intelligence and ambition this great house offers a very definite opportunity to rise to better things. Instrengthening onr organisation for fall and winter selling, splendid openings ot a permanent nature are created in various departments throughout this great city store positions open ta f -Salesmen and saleswomen In all departments Clerk for general office, work Comptometer operators Billing atacbiae operator -Bookeepen Floor manager General merchandise packers , Cashiers We offer work that is congenial, work that can be done in tk midst of pleasant surroundings, work that is repaid with good salaries aad commissions. , EXPERIENCE IS SOT NECESSARY ADVANCEMENT I BAP1D, BOTH IN POSITION AND IX SAL All Address Your Application to the General Superintendent ' THE FAIR State, Adams and Dearborn Sto., - . Chicago, Illinois 1 Jr, II i GARAGE Prepare winter quarter tor your ear before the snow flies. I offer special prices ef 1260 for garage 12 by 16 feet. This in cludes bothmeterial and workmanship. Satisfaction guaran teed. N An honest price on any kind ot building work. ' WILL RICH i9i$ jotb Street Attention, Members Trio Lodge No.57,A.F. & A M. : You are requested to assemble at Masonic templev Monday, Sept. 20, at Qa m 1a .U.JiL. C 1 C lfa , ' a., i.u aiiciiu II IC lUIlcral VI UUI lav brother, Joln A. Gustafson. By order of i .a. C F. IIEV7GA1.AGETC CE ERECTED j ; FOURTH AVEQ Baal Campietoi for Laeitbn ,iw , raet Factory lairs ef Btf, paay, , Annonncement ef ni. erecUon of a new gtrage ham? oa the sRe at 2015 Fourth avaaTk made today by the Chimb 71 Commerce. Terms of agreement htvi bl reached between the Baick AaT mobile company throagh CLaT kins and B. T. Murrin, owner ota. property, whereby the for, comes into possession of the has on the new structure when em pletod. Mr. Hopkins is the Z factory repratentotive of ths wwawj mm 9 uaa pacn n hja Island- for some time. At pirn agency are at 1916 Fourth trmm. i ae euuaing is to ne m by u feet and 1 stories in hslgbt ft is to ba constructed with tt,. Ject in view of making it one of o onest sates ana service station h this part of the state. REV. HUGHES WILL SPEAK AT MISSIOJ llev. Thomas Hughes will spat at the Rock Island Rescue mtutn this evening. The men's bible elan of the First Baptist church will have charge of the services at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon and it 7:30 in the evening, O. H. .Sturia of Davenport will speak, i Phone R. 1. 39 ELDRED, W. M. ' RayO.R()derick.Sect3r.