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i . - . -- 7 r ' , I paC3o 1 Kesraf we reataraagr Sled " JJrlefeert ta-Dsjeaapert by a fcf tt Irtwfcf. WV C . JadgeO. P. artf axed Moa- at IS otelock aa the- Ulna tor frt. fc MUM ,tket v ft jCdbmsi m be ta tad CfOa tUae.aod aeaMthe argtt? J. i- The DraefJudMeo oerpai petition atmad "Dan Droet" la a scrawl- . fcaM kM tiers to alsofflled A . Joss with the- aerawltogilnscrip- ..fca, -hit wuetr I The petltloB daclaree that Dan )raat U bolfif restrained of hia jpbertrby Sharifi Henry A. Kuehl Scott county, lows, although he fa a citizen of Illinoia. Drost also taews that Um reaaos tor this fe fjratat ie that he la "Ueted" to be regKrraJroca jnstIcfor a crime eaatlUod ia Iowa. k flka HeVXot Gatttf. I Tka petition states that Droat to tu'lii to itanui annr rtf the fpreteeded extradition' leaned by ex uunowiHpoB' m f . Goteraor Harding. a( tha eoart- . , . brass aerer wea a raaUaat of towm -m ti r a I a a. -A tarn niY d. r xlr "at iTV J as,Cir X i t-Saw- fcl t tfcs rets 1 tt at vta at a reaeaaar U aat Me. Dreatallafaafwthartthe aa ae gailto of tka artaai ttargaA - u. aHaaaa. ii mm m m m . a . -if irn 4 W.m.J Uw.mJ yp-.r.. ;5C3fX3B iaa forvnor a ttMnfcare of Kaaba Tettoia. Iffa- Ue Order of Sfcrlncra, of Damaart, arrlTed home at o ciock mat are nlnr ae the O. W. Hill frota Kaakak where ther aUehdad tka eetaneatal Wadnaadar. Tha O. w. tuu tan TtiMdeY vMlna at I a'enflk aad armed laat eTenint earrylng. ae twaaa S00 aad IJM Noaiea from Dareaport, Barll&ctoa, Port MadW ton aad itajoaune aa aoara. Tha boat arrival at EaokaV at :tt Wadaaada noralai. One handred twaatMo eaadidataa of the Keoknk district were taken into tha Bhrtae. Tha ceremonial oaa at tka asaat racoaaafal atar aUced in the down rirar city. The Kaaba band, with IS srfteea. had the patrol with 10 man, Vent along with tha tnola ueiabera. Thla U tha aecond trip in the his tory of the Dares port temple t&at It haa conerred the detTeeaoa I Keokuk claal. Oh Oct. 29. tha Day ehport order- will , go to Ottnmwa, Iowa, to Mrfoma like ceremony, aad atlu later another trtp will be made. iaJEjM3 T7aata af ct Clralat , ' - ' , Kora thaa SSS attoadal the oat Ina? aaoaaorea br the Rock Iataad eonntr turn borean on tha farm at r l. Oouaa ta Ooa townaalB. Tka tataoat to eoaaldarad axoalleat ia viair af taa taraataaiag weather of tha moraJac. ' - i Taa corn root eeaaonatraooa. aa i H in i : Stoves . Regs i taaBWBBWMBMfaaBtaWra ,. V r mm -ILf I 1 LX tut thd Laa. Ut, .-a by traeoarf arrni av taa araaaaa at aaaOt tadk aeada aa. eaaa firaa toMt, dty of SSaoto deUvarada talk, to work, nia la aleat la a fllw4 eiaiLar to taa aaaratioaa ox m farX MNH tt thatt t Ueattoa Vafloaa athlaGM attaaaK akf a artii A aa kaitiait aaaM be tween Znma, and sumo rrama. aad seat to tha day. Zama waa the ylctor by a aeore of 5 to 4. 4- flne picnic diimer. hayina; chicken u tit um da raatotanfia, waa Mma. Tha ladtoa aid aoototy errad llaht fefraaaatanto dartac tha day. OUT Oil A m Oaa tt TW tow nHVtll -larty KedSd EdWf, ThrMTOtha.raiifnalnacetroin aboat 14 to M ycara, oa their way tra C&lcaie wK tHap41 poae' ta raaaa Oallloraja or aaai. wen picked n oa the Rock Ialaad inml Island - at 8 cetock thia morning, when they had evidently ttaaaad taeaatafartaaday. they wera riolag ta "bUaaT oa a Catena Rock Ialaoa trata early thla jnornlnk. aUgttlnTcaat ofKoaai, waIkt iowa Arongh that eity lato RockIalaad aad war aytaa ay iMtectrra cnanaa Oinnaaa. Oa flan natrons are- attf ttiaf laaaa a aneak into- the wooded afoctotaeweat. Where they are toaad W a taard. They were hroaght to aad Reek Ialaad police tetioo. and their duffle wa aeartbed. imthoat aathortty to hold IU yoChl ta aO rakaaad Had fCaaaiaV CeaaL They gate thatr nanea aa CUr- Karbert Roaa aad John & DoVle. ir.. of Chteaaw. ? Clareaca a aau aaeaai, fftaqaaa a aaf bean gttea jhlta aa the "kair- w2ht dtohtafoa of (he wofU." in tea nrtaalirtt arena. Viae medal gave ao caaooa uurjoni where k kat beaa laaaad. tat tt did pra oat cut eace ad tta aairweight Cmreaei waa aaakar for the erawd. heuiagui.. Taa -haak. he aald, to aet toaakad except tt aBaaad ahaalaU daiejitti. ' "We are oa oar war to California aad we wtlT get there," &e aajg. We videttettaina free. That li tyla. Vt off beforeTa each diviaienmolnt. That iaihT. to gat through.- jeaM fhla (fceeaiv' 1 waald Uke te take ea Caaoal for Md WckaT I aat kftm aa, etea if he la MnJv aeeatne money. anyway. w,a. got aa Idea aboat be?,JI!in aaythiag like that Wa arTV! aaawiag tae foika back aoeM wa can aat alnn rtk..TT we oaa get along without thai. an we eat aare thla aeked the detk aargaaoL lure," waa the aaawar, ? U Mia WfM W aaM canto apiece,- OtSl li. ' : ' ' ' II - - 1 "' G OLUMBIA We have on our floor a car load of "Monarch" Malleable Iron Ranges, Combination Coal and Gas Ranges, . Cook and Heating Stoves. - ; Gas Stoves, Gas and Oil Heaters or , if you need a nice Brass Bed, Blankets, . Rugs or a Rocker you will find them here at amazmg low prices. - , ; Open Evenings - axe i t d r a UIDUUIQHIl I III II1LU1 C 1 ! mil Turmrtii I n 2029 Fourth Avenue : FOR OCTOBER 'v- POrClalt S096S. A29(t--Oh-ttdga (He Traata Me Mean) Marlon Harris He Done Me Wrong ......7 Marion Harrla Aim The Love Nest from "Mary" ITaBk Crnrait Down the Trail to Home Sweet Home Henry Burr aJMI After Ton Get What Ton Want You Dout Want It . . . .. . . ,.k Van and fkheack Yon Tell im ....................... Vaa and SChenck Allta I'd Love to Fall Asleep and Wake Up- In My Mammya " Arms .... Harry fox ' Roekabya Lnllaby Mammy Harry Vox A29CS Don't Take Away Those Blue .......... . ftftttk Crtunlt Oood-Bya Dixie, Good-Bye Frank Crutnit AMI7 HI Be With Ton In Apple Blossom Time.......... . .a ....Campbell aad Burr DA5CE EECOKDS - A2K0 A Young Man's Fancy (Music Box Sotig) (Fox Trot) ; - - Art Hickman's Orchestra la the Gloaming (Walts) ..... Art Hickman's Orchestra A2972 Tell Me Little Gypsy (FOX Trot) Introducing: Sella" from "Ziegneld Follies"" .... . Art Hickman's Orchestra La Veeda (Fox Trot) Art Hickman's orchestra A2959 In Sweet September (Fox Trot) Introducing: "Jean" ., '' ;............ ....i..... Paul Biese Trio Sweet Sugar Babe (FoX Trot) ...... Paul Biese Trio . AS96J Manyana (Fox Trot),-........ Prince's Dance Orchestra Happy (Medley One-Step) Introducing: "Say Yea" . ..,... Prince's Dance Orchestra Attn Goodbye Sunshine, Hello Moon! (Pox Trot) introduc ing: "00, How l Love To fie Loved by You" ' -............. Yerkea Happy SIX Sflver Water (Fox Trot) Introducing: "Happy Hot ' v tentot" '. Yerkes Happy Six A616lPretty Little Cinderella (Waits) Introducing: "I'm a Dreamer That's Chasing bubbles". . Prince's Orchestra Pickaninny Blues (Walts) ......... Prince's Orchestra YOCAL SS0flD8. AJ9M The Barefoot Trail Oscar Beagle ' Lassie O'Mine Oscar Beagle A2M2TJncie Josh Takes the Census ......... .7 .. Cal Stewart Uncle Josh at h Meeting of the School House Direc tors .....j Z... ...... ............ Gal Stewart Ai09JWar 5ong Indian song and Drum V- Oa-kenon-too, Mohawk Indian .' Every-Day Song Indian Song aad Drum .......... jjl. Oa-ke-noh-ton, MohtWk Indian nrSTBCXCHTiX BSC0BD9. ; , Jtmr-atedley of Jigs aid .Itoehvrfaft X ....... .V. . . . . . . . . ' f k George Steel. Violin Solo Medley of Jigs and Keels Part 2 - . George Steel, Violin Solo A295S Naomi (Waits) Howard Kopp, Sell Solo ' Dainty Ann Gavotte Howard Kopp, Be)l Solo A29SS Come Where the Lilies Bloom ; Gloria Trumpeters How Sweet the Moonlight . : Gloria Trumpeters AS9J9 Blue Diamonds Guido Deiro, Accordion Solo Zampa Bag Guido Deiro, Accordion Solo We isfJhtala a eoaiplete line et Celtualia maeabm aat reeerds. SCKYICE THAT SATISFIES. i B0WL3VS MUSIC HOUSE 1623 Second Avenue. :' J N Rock Island, 111. Tile Store that 'keep the tost of living! down. , If,!t Wttyb tell us. Well mike V it rifht. if, The Readihto-wear Department manlfcd In gay new fan appareL taifly smiles frifh satisfaction. Every suit, coat and dress shows tne carenu consiavranun ui uur uuyvra iur tm personal needs of customer Correct style is expressed in nart of our Readu-to-wear Departmeat. Every dress. . suity watst, smrt, crc, mu ocm oougnt with the aim of fitting out oar customers with the best style, material and durability. Come in . and see for yourself. Dresses for fall and winter feature eaMoo and rftfftiaa fn amarfc cfcvlan of assured acceptance; trimmings of distinctiveness applied with refined, good taste. , $75.00 down 'to $19.50. v .. , v v. , K -fr liLLET DAVIS Player-. - Pianos ' , Has attained an Unviable position, won by its superior, tone, unique construction, responsive ness and ease of operation. X . . , We Challenge Compuiaonu : ji u x i i . DnUNEETS MUSIC STORE Special for Sat Sept 25, 1920. MILAN PBOM&To,t IB awaaEnBraa3aaBECBaaammiBss:rsaaaB Fresh Home Killed Meats, of all kinds We also have a complete line 6f Home Made x Luncheon Meats. Coffee Specials With An Order'of Meat for Saturday Yuban Coffee; steel cut . r ..... . . Z .S0e Pure Quill Coffee, steel cut soc, Golden Rod Coffee, steel cut .... i ...... . .45c Anona Coffee, steel cut . . . . ...... . . . 4 . . . .40c Leader uorree, lb. .......;-. . . : 35c Rib Boast, rolled. Bo Dona Rump Reeds, rolled. ao none i.i.... Chuck, Roast, 25c and ..... Brisket Boil, - -- 1 per to. ........ Veal Shoulder, per lb. Veal Chops, lb. 1 eee)4e4 32c no none i.ii... i. Swbf:.r.....:.!.lSc 20c I2ic 8c 8e S,,:.........:17'c l Veal Chuck Roaat, 25 1 Lag of Lamb, per lb. JOC Laaab Chopa, n per lb. JOC rreah Pig reet, ' c- aer lb. ..OC Freeh Bare 0 per lb. ;..OC Freaa Snoata, - . f f A per la.... IvC Me Pork, OO k...34c Whole Froth Uama, pr,ib. ... ai?! 32c per id. ....... ...... . . vast Home Cored Jowl Bacon, ell .trimmed, jp Wlb. .......V.aiOC Light Home Cured Bacoo, whole r half, v Jg-. t-10,perlb. 40C Heavy .Home Cared Bacon, whole or halt, OCi 10-12. per lb. ODC Minced Ham. - OC by piece ............. aadC. Picnic Hams, IO per lb. aCOC Pare Pork Lard, per lb. ADC 10 lha. Par Pork I 4 EA ' Lard for.... 93U Lincoln brand Oleo, CA J lot tor OUC Annou Clorerbloam m., Butter, per lb. ........ WC Bwiffs Brookflald Jit - par lb. e...r.. ........ adaV Butter, per lb. ..... vlt SPECIAL: Eca, per clozen . . ... . . . . .. . . .47c MILAN PRODUCE Ca,inc. 217 17th St s " ' . ' Phone R. LSI 72311 St. Phone 1VL4S34 SXAve. Phone ILL 79 41C0 Ave. Phone IL L 2037 PacldnjFlant . Milan, 11V New Suits of "Jost Right Stylej Ma terial and Dqrability. ' Suits of serge, silvertoner Yalama cloth and wool velour, in brown, rein deer, rose taupe, blue' and oxford; t suits for the miss, suits for the wo man who wants the, latest, suits for those of quieter taste: $52.50, $49.76, $45.00, $4.50 and I3S.0O. v Petticoats of tancy, all-silk jersey, just in : $iu.7o down to faJSQ each. A new line of all-silk jersey p'anta lette bloomers in all shades including black, navy, brown, emerald, Copen and rose: $7.90 and $6.75. . TheWewWaUts: The new waists are surely an evi dence of the fast returning normal conditions. Plenty of material, de signed with thought for the woman who wants a suit' waist, as well as helping to make dress effects with like colored skirts. 'Highly desirable are these new "tie back" waists of taffeta, georgette and taffeta combined, crepe de chine and tub silk: $20.00, $12.75, $10M $9.50, $7.50, $6.75, $5.95, $5, and 4.75. I "' "",.. . - ' Special for Saturday T . Four doxen ladies' new f rash mer cerized silk combinations; lace and embroidery trimmed, $1.3 each. . New fitted gingham waist aprons (Amoskeag gingham) S3c ' A jRew line of wool scarfs; in de cidedly new color combinations, with pockets and belts: $3.90 each. , , . Bargains in the Flannels. Percale, Linens, and MenV Wear, Tomorrow. At last the t&rpenters have finished the changes in these deiMirtments. Today we bid them trood bve. i Now we can begin to do business in these de partments with some comfort. Tomorrow Our customers may buy muslins and sheetings, flan nels and percales, linens' and men's overalls and Mill ends 36-inch fancy col ored outing flannels, worth in full pieces 58c ; for 24c yard. ' 36-inchr percales in light and dark styles 'in full pieces, worth 45c, for 32c yard. ' - .Mill ends of 86-inch comforter cretonnes worth in full pieces 48c for 29c yard. 28-inch -cheviots, light and dark styles, worth 44c for 35c yd. 31-inch heavy bleached cotton flannel, worth 58c, for 39c yard. 40-inch pillow tubing, worth, 76c for esc yard. y , 70-inch table damask, worth $2.50 for $1.93 yard. Bleached crash toweling, 5 yards to each, worth 85c for 19c yard. N Union buck toweling, worth 69c for 49c yard. Hemmed merceri2ed t a ble cloth, 68x72, worth $2.50, for $1.98 each. . . 18x54 inch heavy lace trimmed , dresser scarfs, $1.C3. - shirts and all sorts of men's wear without the racket of hammers and saws. Come in tomorrow and see. We celebrate the occasion, by these special bargains: towels, 23x44 inch Turkish 49c each. 20x43 inch red border huck towels, 35c Men's nolice and firemen's ex- ra heavy work suspenders, worth 5c, tor 43c pair. Men's dark blue work shirts, worth $1.39 for 98c Men's 4-in-hand ties of silk mixtures in figures, stripes and dots, worth $1.50 for 98c . Good 27-inch" dress ginghams, 10 yards to each at 25c yard. ' Knit Underwear: and tlachi $t.7 aad Si.OO. la wan, (dak ia pink aad wHtei fxao. . - Plat kalt beaVe veals: f 1.7S. ' , LaaW fWeet HTUb anal aeltht bait aniea settai badM or band tee! aahk aad knee teastaa; sJHesJe dJaaeTe LBO tMstel CaabaBVL' . LadW BNdiaaB wdaat feats aad pants; all strka SLTB sad $1.CJ. 'a ullai walaM Ban asta aa ta age: SlJS detra te ffJa. New-.Veilgi v Shetland ready made veils (can-'I be wasLSd), black, brown and taupe: $10 and $1.23. New face veilings in different patterns: ESc and S9c a yard. ' In the Millineryt tarelr 'aea fan bats la shapes aad aaleaa araaatatsss IMa, s m aad saver. - OkOSta'a TttrH taaa. Is btaek, biee a aad aavr, sass dews te fi-ta. - ; A ruO Sue at plala taOerel saOert: black aad -.arewa: Stasd, SMJO, tl&SO. tTJWaad S3.SS. Men's Furnishings: .Bare balefcirbafkcr Srboel treosert; aret te Bars' (S te S yean) kbakl ceTarafl plarsnHa, tae ralm: 9X48 eatk. A aaadi lot ef ears' eteraBa ia Mm ttripca. plala Mae, kkaU aad Mat rhambrar with red trinwUiiKs: Bars' "sttftT estaran alar tn(U; ates i te f raarsfX.4. - lea's aaiea aaade Mae dealm etrfalta: fl.SS. a Toilet Sundries i 'Mary Garden" face powder: $1.00. "Pure Quill" castile soap: 15c a bar. Daggett and Jamsdell's Perfect cold cream, 50c and 35c jar. Groceries, Saturday: Best eraajriery; better, one pound to-each for CtwiUi other groceries. Sweet potatoes, No. 2 size, six pounds for Z3c Fresh Elberta peaches, repacked baskets, 25c each b easTae, extra Sae. i rise, taw peeads sir ferXSa, WabiV lThsi far Na.Si Flak eakaaa, half Its. f if-JO J Cad gwea atrlsg fm eaaa lar ate. Boded ksaV slkcd. half far a a Phoc II I. to5o SSc Bk aaBaBaaaaaasi - ... -a 1 .4. II