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f - - ;LAYTE3 EOCXCLAI& AQtPS2?TI2IBEB 24, 1S20. itt r vr -"up 4X tsmfhi: ' 1 lataaar veta at taa -Sr rf Ciimiwi iwi t- . umhI 14S taOrttaal a .-avtwaa ta ta U4 This if Mdtl ttaAar tend and , a aot lactate Km' . m tkat at kaowa to exist, tat .Jidl ten ftot vat haadad tmt la ta aaoafcat.CA teh mdSaam malted with flM aaaaaaeaaaat of ,te resalta of uirm taaa tar. u was ue eon :aanaae of opinion that the earn raa eoanalttee shoald aoBtiaaata UaetJoa aatfl the Said has bam taovttaghlv canvassed, bringing in all eat those who a regarded as absolatslr oppoaad ta the progress at Rock Island. It it anticipated that by ta tims a meeting of tha auembersnla is called to perfect tha organisation for tha rest of the year, the total meinhewlilp will ap proach tha MO mark. Tha casapeign workers are giving their time and efforta toward put ting tha chamber over the top be cause they believe in Rock Island, and the sincerity of their purpose . ia convincing to those who have to fee convinced Ta Print list . - Tha llat of all members signed to date to being prepared for the varpose of publishing. The list will be printed la Monday evening's pa pers aad wfll include 'aU Individuals whose memberships are in by Mon day morning. HAlTSASCnTCAE COMPANY GOES IN RECEIVER'S EAKOS W. U Zartey ad U swaw weeks' rtattia Betaaae, Saskatche wan. Gaaafit, wbera as has been looktt aaerbastaesi Sat fcteuett. tar. sad jus., w. m. Hit Sixth aveaae era tha parents of daaghter. ban this menuf. BcSMTtora fear gawriaga. this f maniac from. Ie Aagawa, where he recently mored with hla Mrs. & Hooa www w-y thlrd street and bar niece, waa nir Mmt MaK.-wka lima besa a visitor hers, left today1 for Berwyn to visa at the noma ot r. aad Mrs. W. C fiobb. Dr. Robert R. Reaaioo or casper, Wyo, returned borne last evening after vlsltlna- at tha bona of Mrs: a J. Twoafty uu- Twentyautur street.' . -- X ' : Gladys Wlllsoa of 2114 Twelfth arenae la spending a few days In Monmouth visiting with old school menas at Moamouin col late. . - Dale Eckermaa of Lorelaad. Cokx. arriTed early this morning to enend some time in tha any. Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. SwiUef M 1828 Thirteenth street, have re turned borne after a month's va cation in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Mrs. Theodore M. Helms of 1121 Tenth avenue has been seriously ill at her home for the past four weeks aad her friends-will be In terested to know that she is now slowly recovering. f CMSeUJmellVeeCfelesUvCW a ItUnd Aaaaal AlaJr at . KiehmaasTs Grave. The Kansas City, Kaasas, Street .Car company today went into the hands of receivers, according to Word received by B. J. Denman, president of the Tri-City Railway company. The Kansas City- company was operating under an t-cent car tare, as is being done on the Illinois side by the local car company. Mr. Denman stated that the Kan 's! company had petitioned for a 10-cent car fare, but thb hearing bad not yet been held. The Kansas City company, besides operating on an 8-cent fare basis, paid a 65-cent wage to its employes, compared to the 70-cent wage paid by the Tri Clty Railway company. y MINERS DECIDE MEET OWNERS nid civil and Snanish' war vet erans of tha tri -cities and members of the United Spanish War veterans of tha Bock Island. Davenport, and Mollae posts will gather at George nirhmnnH'a ism. A Seventeenth street and Twenty-flrt avenue, Sunday .lor the annual all-day stag. ! Tha affair la under tha auspices of Siboney Bay'camp of tha local U. 8. W. V, which has invited the other two cities. - ,.. . Over ISO members and visitors are expected to attend Jhe stag. Mo definite program has been arranged, (hut there will be something going on all the time lor every one. mem bers say. The old soldiers will be met at the Long View car iine on Eighteenth avenue and Twentieth street and -will be taken to - the grove in machines. A regular old fashioned army dinner will be served. The annual stag is usually a drawing card for the veterans, and a big turnout this year Is anticipat ed.. The arrangements being made are elaborate, the committee says. F. van Emburgh, former chiel vice commander of the Siboney Bay camp, hM been made chief commander of the post, to fill the vacancy made by W. W. Medcair, who disappeared on Aug. 11, last The regular meeting, of 'the camp will be held next Thursday. SERMON AT TEMPLE . TO BE INSTITUTIONS OF JEWISH PEOPLE Heed British Premier aad Tot far Week saspeasloa of - '. Strike. nVEBUaLIONS ar&nx AnnuALOiX FOB BECBEATION Washington. Sent 24. (United Press.) The national orgy of : spending that swept over the Unit ad States following the armistice still Is pouring money into the pockets of ' purveyors of amuse ment at the rate of approximately $400,000,000 a month, according to an estimate today made on war tax receipts of the treasury department Although expenditures were cur tailed for autos, diamonds, import ad cosmetics and the like, the pub- lie has Increased its purchases of ' candy, soft drinks and other non - alcoholic beverages, tobacco and theatre and movie tickets. Seekers of recreation still are In dulging In these things at the rate f nearly $5,000,000,000 a year, or enough to pay all expenses of the government for 12 months. Taxes received by the. govern ment during May on the tele of candy, tobacco, soft drinks and ad missions totalled $36,618,000. Tobacco, cigars, clgareU and anuff seem to be the favorite In dulgence of the American people, a coming io ue tax returns. Theatre admissions brought In the next biggest Income to the gov ernment, $6,623,189. ,- At this rate " the annual expenditure for theatre seats would be approximately $781, 772,000. London, Sept 24. As a result of a further conference with Premier Lloyd-George. concerning the threatened coal strike and the min ers' executive body, deckled today to recommend to the delegates of min ers, who are meeting this afternoon, that the strike notices, which are effective Saturday, be suspended one week to enable the miners to meet the owners as suggested by the premier. x , . The premier s proposal was that a basic line be fixed for coal out put at a sufficiently low level to in sure a wage increase if any reason able rate of production is main tained. The recommendation ofthe ex ecutive body was followed by the miners' delegates at their meeting later in the afternoon and it was decided to suspend the strike no tices one week ah requested by the premier. , v VaWatslaa.e.- -'N t fht boay of Mrs. Watstona will arrive tomorrow nooa frosb Lto-eolOrNeb..-fdr funeral services aad burial. Word of the death reach ed the. Knox mortuary this nooa. No informatloa as to relatives has ban learned. 1 ' Fmaenl ef Mrs. Seinkkv Funeral services over tha body of Mrs. Armtna edwick will be held at t o'clock Sunday afternoon at.the homo, MS Eleventh avenue, wltir Rev. W, B. Oliver orjtne sec ond -Christian church in charge. Burial - will ba In Chlppiannock cemetery. V " Mrs. Sedwick died at midnight Wednesday at the home. She was born in Henry county. Feb. 6, 1858. She was married to Daniel W. Sed wick at Viola, Deo?. 1863. This was her second marriage. She had. resided in Rock Island for the last five years. r i - Surviving' axe the husband, six children, Mrs. H. D. Tucker, Kaji- s city, airs. u. v. tuioweis, Bowesmont, N D. Mrs. W. J. Mears, Martinsburg, Mo., Mrs. Floyd Muraock, Washington, . lowa; Charles Tonkinson, Mt union. Iowa, and George Sedwick, Betten- dorf, Iowa, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Pittard, Oneida. . Ill; - Her youngest son, wuus u. bmwick. died seven months ago. ,-- r , v. . waLLua J wLal.1 is i;:greasi;:b Sis; Beasts la Last Two Weeks Una Hew Owelliags aad; Oth- . r er Jabs for 14 Wee, t - AOTTMS I . Ca.TBJATBB CALlilPAil -r mOtlOH F1CTCSC8 The first of a series of sermons on Jewish institutions will be giv en at 8 o'clock tins evening at the services of the tri-city Temple Emanuel, Davenport Rabbi J. L. Baron will conduct the services, speaking on "What Is a Syna gogue.," musical program will be given under the direction of Miss Pauline Dittman. The Temple religious school will be open for registration at 10 o'clock Sunday, morning at .the Temple building, Eleventh and Brady streets. French Crullers Raised Doughnuts Fried ' ' v Cakes " ' Fresh Every Day SKop early for your Sunday's supply o Coffee Cakes, Rolls ,and Pastry " mi mt BAKERY SECOBD FOR PAHAMA CA9AL. Washington, Sept 24 A new rec ord for a month's traffic through the Panama canal was established during August when 266 commer cial ships passed through the canal, carrying 1,040,740 tons' of cargo, according to reports received here today. .1.1 COMDIG TO IOWA. New York. Sept 24. Franklin D. Roosevelt will speak in Iowa, Mis souri, Kansas and Colorado the week of Oct 4. drive' COMMITTEES- MEET The committee and deputies rep resenting the various Modern Wood men camps for the October class adoption campaign in this county will complete all plans at a' meet ing tonight in the head office build ing. Practically all of the 26 local camps in Rock Island county have signified their cooperation in help. lng to write the 500 new members. the goal of the October special cam paign, s The committee has received word of the coining of Special Deputy Bert Oakman on Oct 4. He will remain to assist until Nov 4, the latter being the date fixed for the class adoption. Tonight's meet ing, scheduled for 7:30, will be pre sided over by Marx Harder, chair man of the Woodmen boosters' asso ciation. John C. Phillips is acting secretary, and L. K. Eihl, chairman of the executive committee. The full list of committees wfll be named at,tonight's meeting. TOOK NECKLACE May Extradite Soldier for Alleged Tbeft of Spreckels . ; Jewels. . i- " London. 8etft. . 24. (United Press.) British officials are unde cided today whether they would ask extradition from the United States of William N. Barrett, formerly of the American army, for whom a warrant has been issued, charging him with appropriating Jewels be longing to Mrs. John D. Spreckels, Jr, of California. Barrett disappeared before the warrant could be served. Word has been received here of his tem porary -detention in Los Angeleeq He was not arrested. Mrs. Spreckels, a daughter-in-law of Claus Spreckels, American sugar magnate, said she gave a diamond and pearl necklace val ued at $125,000 to Barrett to be cleaned and - insured. The war rant charged Barrett, who is t.ae husband of Alice Gordon Drexel of Philadelphia, sold the necklace. Following the application for: a warrant for Barrett his', creditors instituted bankruptcy proceedings here. His liabilities were report ed to be $13,265 and his assets noth ing. . " ; - ' 'Another booster mark was reach ed la new building contracts dur ing the last week. John A. Lindro. city building Inspector. lssned23 permits for work estimated to cost 16.235 in the aggregate. While the record is not ust large as the week arevlous when work estimat ed to-cost $31,215 was" contracted 1 for; it Is considered goat as the record for thw week previous was 1 boosted to its high mark by the permit for building a community hall for tha South Park Presbyte rian church to cost $35,000. Out side of this permit 10 others were issued during the week previous for work to cost $6,215. . 1 This miscellaneous record was beaten nearly three to one during the lastVeek, when a $7,000 Job in remodeling tha Twentieth street C, R. L ft P. freight house was begun and three new dwellings, two to cost $2,000 each and one to, cost $2,500. Of the other permits issued three were for repairing dwellings, five for garages, three for porches, one toh repairing a paint shop, one fir a bathroom and porch, one for re pairing a porch, one for repairing an umbrella standi one for a milk- house, one for a barn, one for a shed and one for a chicken house. List of Permits. E. E. DeBord, self, 1527 Thir- ty-eixth ''street; bathroom and porch ....... t 150 J. H. Smith, self, 1560 Forty second street;, shed ,v John Donley, self, 2412 Twen tieth avenue; repair dwell ing ... Edward Anderson for Andrew Anderson,. 1422 ;Thirty-sec--ond street; .repair porch .. Leonard J. Brandemeyer, self. 1522 Thirty-second street; milkhouse George B. MCNutt for J. H. . Nichols, -1109 Second ave nue; sleeping porch ...... F. G. Coghill for Leo Falko vitch, 915 Twelfth avenue; garage William Eckhart self. 1400 Forty-fifth street; chicken house J. C. Delf for S. M. Delf, 526 Twenty-first street; repair dwelling F. S. Leake Construction com- pany for C R. 1. 4 P, First ; ' avenue and Twentieth street; remodeling freight bouse 7,000 John P. Reed, self, 1700 Thirty-first street; porch ....... 85 E. Claerhont self, 449 Forty- . - fourth street; garage ..... 50 Frank J. Park, self,. 1424 Six- . ' teenth avenue; garage J... 250 Hudson, Collins ft Hammer- - - - WWXTOWH pjiin- as Hurt trim XcDenaM Om Hetoriees mm lUto." . "Mktt XHU tttrom nla "Lady Mom baurhtar." i , - V, Cil ll 1st to Konm ta laad of aacmenttoa." . - Aittttaa Warty Cany ia Ha et tot Watt." - : AICCLt)LAUT7lLL - A0TF03YB3IVE AroloT Lao, principal of tha Rock Island high school, baa been added to A. B. DuTon's aide of the two major teams ta start an attack on tha morning of Tuesday, Oct S, tor 500 new members of the T. M. C. A. Other captains oa Duvon's side ara Oorga Terrta, Rev. Ltaa. u.l.... a,fe o-t, . B. Bergqatot J. F. Witter. aWSt the other side, has J. J. BuZ! otto HUdebraadt Carl U ir Dr. F. A. Halnltne and Saytlw Walker, for captains of his fc, teama. Tha campaign wUl w2 Friday evening, Oct 8. Th oaT at , the Y. M. C A. cateferia oakZI day evening. - , , 100 90 . OOTLYOfe awl TBrtr-eishta atiaat. aTanaa. . 10S Tmirtk Ton Moore ia Tbe 6w Lord Onez.' math atiaat. The Mothar of 'Bis i'a Gladja BrotMraU in CbUdrea." V suth Anaa -2539 rUth- lUtaala Tfcaaare. : Smt. SO Ob ! Daddv. - Xuaieal comedy. Xattne and Bisht Sept. SO Tlddiadr winsa. - aortia Theatia. " " 4Darenportt : iu alv.il O'Brlm VlnMtrela. Oct! 8-8 William Courtney la "CiTilian Oothea." -r Oct. to Maude ratam ia tba Ma mint Bird.' . - VATJDErilXB. . (Davenport . ' Calambla Theatre Chadca ot bill twtae a week. (Molina) fataea Theatre Chan re ot btU twice a 50 250 100 100 150 15 lck for F. Parldon ft Son, 419 'Seventeenth street; , re pair paint shop Mrs. E. Wadsworth. self, 1015 Fourteenth avenue; repair dwelling J. W. Hammersly, selt 1245 Thirty-ninth street; garage Henry L. Wilson for Edward Holden, 1809 Ninth street; dwelling v.... Albert Langman, self, 1548 Twenty-fourth street; dwelling A. H. Brunswig, self, 1548 Sev enth street; porch ........ Charles Wineberger, self, 718 Fourth street; barn ....... William J. Butler for Rock Island park board; repair umbrella, seating stand,' Long View park Charles Anderson, self, 1314 Forty-fourth street; garage 400 25, 150 2,506 2,000 45 500 150 125 LOCAL MINISTERS MISSION SPEAKERS This evening Rev. J. Clarke Or anger, pastor of the First Baptist church, wHI be the speaker at the local Rescue Mission, and Saturday evening Rev. J. L. Vance of the Oak Grove United Presbyterian church will speak. . WOULD PROTECT AGADfST WAR Huntington, N. Y Sept 24. Ad mittance of Germany and Austria into the League of Nations would ultimately make for protection of j the civilised world t against war, William G McAdoo. former necre-1 tary of the treasury, declared here!! last night in the opening address of his campaign for Governor Cox, I Democratic presidential candidate.' 1 JB Jt would cost a fortune to brinq the greatest artisjs into your home You would fiave to pay thoosands of dollars lo gel these great artists to corns to youjhorne and entertain you: Caruso, de Liogorza, Ue Luca, rarrar, Lialh-Lurci, .Garrison, Cluck, Jascha Heifetz, Homer, Krelsler, Martinelli, McCormack, Melba, Paderew;ski, Ruffo, ScKumaim-Heink, Slotti, Sembrich, Tetrazzini, WeVrenrath; Zimbalist and others. ( ,But with a Victrola in your home you can hear them all, and as often as you like, just as though they were actually in 'your presence-sq life-like are their Victor Records. r J Why not get your Victrola now, and begin to enjoy its pleas ures today? We arrange deferred payments, if desired. Oest for 'iscuits A superior flour the quality and texture of which make it particularly adapted to ALL baking, JS f GOLDRIM requires more water in mixing than other flour therefore ( Tonight bake biscuits with .; Goldriro Flour It goes farther. ' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiHuiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniihfiiiiii Overstocked iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinONminmii"in Bicycle Tires ( trU Victrola Headquarttm . . 1 The following tlrea will be sold until Oct 1 ?;:? - ;v List . ' Sale Price Price U. S. Traction Tread ...... . . . . . .$55 . $4.00 I U. S. Chain Tread . . ; 425 32S U.S. Overland Thorn Proof...... 3.50 2.50 Hearsey 777 ,... . . . ; . .U . . ; . . . ?.S0 2.50 Black Bird........ 3J$Q ZSQ John Koch Cp. mmwm-T a a GOOD FLOUR at a fair price. Sold direct frbrn the mill to your kitchen. Unconditioually guaran teed, money back if you say so. v v " " CUSTOM MILL FLOUR r $3.65 a sack delivered. Drop us a card or phone your order, Dav. 692.' COMMUNITY 'rilLUKQ CO. 215 WB STERN AVE, , DAVENPORC CUSTOM AND BXCHANOB MILUNO ' naaiK-pmnnai ' (Trade Mark Kcc.) EVERYWHERE FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY V - Sugar! 1 00 pounds ' 1 0 pounds . Sugar! r $16140 $r.64 .a , ) 2rAgs. : -Corn Flakes .. 3 bars P. & G. Soap 3 Good Luck, Aln Mnk . . v . v . , . ... : . . ; 3 Arrow Brand Milk 2 cans Carolene Fresh Eggs, . dozen Ceresota Flour, 49 lbs. ....... Ceresota Flour, 2414 lbs. 25c 25b 43c 1 25c ' a 56c $3.78 $09 rKE8H FBUTT OF ALL KETD8 1810 SECOND AVENUE Saturday Specials Leg of veaL halt . ' QPA ' or whole, lb ilt Breast of veal . 20C VealsUw. . IEa per lb XJl Veal chops, 99a par lb ... , S5ifw Vealatekk QRp per lb &OK, r..:. ... .oc Pfckled beef -toaguea, per lb OOC Jowl bacon ' 99a ( per lb iA . Boneless cornbeet : .' 9A per lb Beef chack roast f 91 par lb, lSe and ... XA2 , BoilinK meat 1A per lb.'....;......... lUt :.:l20c; Porterfaoasa steak 9K per ib i..,:;.....:.. j Beef rib roast per lb Sirloin steak per lb Round, steak,' per lb Fresh pork hearts per lb .... Regular bacon, halt OKf or whole, lb 0t,X Fresh hamburger per lb Loose sausage per lb Pickled pigs' feet per lb Dry salt pork per lb ; Two tall r milk 1 os can sardines Mustard sardines, per can Two tall cans pink salmon Two cans corn Two cans 20c 23c 25c .12ic 12Jc ..20c ..10c ..25c ..29c 10c ..15c 35c 25c 25c BUEHLER BROS. MONEY SAVING BUSY TORE The home of honest goods at lowest of all low . ' " prices 1628 Second Ave. Rock Island, IIL 1 ON THE SQUARE 1 COS Second jvenue Rock.Island, IU. 71 J -z .