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U Raraz Mm. i 3 ,-, . f ; yea kit Ue iiinai" II tl j IZ jy Ie Tartar 6n. 3 Cat Cache of vlletefii tKberabip dpptt- more thaa, lad U hoar tt i . TaarW." .V If My he ttat yea ar;?satt thafn jrotr fJunK. WhOB fMITMt- w . mmrw mntm lint imk the Chaafcer of Commerce go to the proper soerce tor year lafonaatioa. la Justice to the organisation, 4oat Uk to heart the opJaloa of the dle fnuued sua. Bis daee m be unpaid. To be diegraatlad provide kin tt alibi 'for not paying. Ha amy be trying toaalre bia own "In the laal enajyeis, tba people mm m waoie ni image, WtM tba a the Bock Island Cum jarea was toned la hjr ra--tttaa workera today and t Robert Bennett, Jr., Baa wn. A. N. Reinert, Hlckay Vthembars and -ifio. un i.. jalth atudio. Dally Times, ear to lag, then we are falling in a a Motor company, F. J. dat? and Hnmiti TV-T,..! . jtdiaU-Hopklaa Coal eoav to oar eHy. Wchamber of Com- John Vols. Otto August 3fc K. C, Eberhart. ; t fckaown that many, nor art J oBtstajoing In tba baada at Manslttee worker and tbaaa J be reported possibly at .tha btnbip meeting tontortow : 'Pfr at which tide officers will t stated to serve until tha reg- elestkm in January. .; rTr Like Gererameat. ja speaking of tba campaign thia -walu. J. E. Rdy said: "Ideal tolar government is tha Joint , J of the msjorityt through prop a1y selected leaders. Such is the -toil of municipal government. nctwning by the win ana author moras and to ourselves. The livo. watchful interest of the member- ship la tba fbandaUoa anon which a suecaaaful commercial organize- wb nay e pnut." - la warCaeaee a muaaai ZatfarH Cm today will eieot -a a- lord mayor to Serve . chief maglatrato of tha atotroaotia dsriaa tba tag year. . Bat l realitr tba rami lord mayor will caatinaa to ba 8ir Wiliiaai Boulsby. who baa prirate secrets ft at tba M house since 1876. For 4a years Sir William baa been tba right baad of ertry man whom the pabUe baa ta aglned to be boMtaa tba oea dar lag thia1 period. Two or throe hun dred people call at the btaasioa house every day to aee the lord mayor, and Sir William with smil ing conrtesy.. sends them all away satisfied. Seven hundred people sent tetters to the lord mayor every Z4 hours, and all this vast oorre spondenee passes throuah the hands of the prirate secretary. The new yord aiayor to be choaea today will be the 45th to whom Sir Wil liam Sdtlsby has acted as private secretary. EOT aiMrJESTir. WB ABE STILL FACIEfG THEM 15 A5D 09LT TWO MOM 1 Mae Murray and David Powell y 01 toe people mm wnvie, venea j :s . j. - - I public servants reUlned for spe-1 I , ' , IN - purposes. - . . is -L ' .- '11 rl HE, RIGHT- TQ LOVE TOU TAHXOT AF- ECISG THIS GREAT PICTURE. Je purposes. ? "So it is with the Chamber o? , nunerce. The officers and dlrec- m of the organization are elected 'jS a represent you. It may be ;that f . aa didn't vote, but anyxnumber ot S asiness and professional men, . . s - LSAk hIiam tie av V asaAnlnUJ 1 -- -"""n 'the election , TW M 1180 TW0 MlM W"MH I'0ME1T. fJ. J J?L i.K??. 'M OHI TO ai&EElSG THIS GRI v: - s ... , lt 7TlllIiMMMlIMnIl!Illlml!llIlIllliIiHil3lllIlHlIlIi, VWWWWWVftrW ' ' '-7-'"'- V, ;-r-?s. .S ' . ' , It Is Fashionable Nowadays TO LOOK FOR VALUES In Women's Wearables ) Of ourse, garments jnust be smart, good looking and becoming; but 'it is noticeable that more and more, womenre insisting , not merely upon good style, but upon endur ing style the good stytej that goes beyond the fashion fads of the immediate season. . r j 7-v , - ' - - ; In our buying we always keep this fact in mind and the result is very evident n the splendidstocks of coats and suits combining . a full measure of quality and service with . their style and beauty. . . . Prices Are i Noticeably Lower than those of past seasons For Garments of Like Chardcter SIX "ff ; L 4 ' I I . II " f' yr 5 X clC4 ft mm " O . .1 MOW' Take your choice of oin entire stock offine y jr.! v. . Bart Schaff tier Marx f. : ; and. , Society Brand Suksand Overcoats' AT (OpOFEi This is an extraordinary of-' fer when you consider that lj our ' stock consists of the ,nirlr,,"-rif . tliA htst mprofiiifi. ' v a vaiak a imv aw a-r AAav avja,a due these two nationally known makers had to offer. Boys' Suits and ' Overcoats 20 Off . . - i Boys AH Wool, "Two r a Pants Suits:............tplD. D U Special 0-1. . JteiffiallaKSa rS& Rock Island, 111. COATS at $25 Stunninjr warm wooleoats in the height of fashion at theowest prices we have seen for many a day. Other splendid values at $17.50 to $75. ' ' I SUITS at $37.50 There is real dollars and cents -value in these all wool, silklined tricotine suits at this price. Other suits to $100 and good serge suits asiow as $25. - 4vr il f BXOTMAN'S RMLTO 3 X6S4 H Inth Street. EE TOMGHT THE HIDDEN DAGGER - Chapter THE M00BIDi:K8 S Ao.ll (V: Decidedly practical and , value-full are these attractive SERGE DRESSES AT $17.50, $20 AND $25 , More than ordinary value in these dresses, not only because the prices an unusually low for dresses of .their style nd quality bift because of their utility for so many occasions almost indispensable. A - wj' Dresty Satin Frockt, too, are tncluioi in thu Price Range THE -MOVIE HERO A farce Couiedf s Thnrsdur S A Masterpicra THE WOXAX HE CHOSE 3 Frim tbe story "The Woaaa as iroih the Mar$rrolf liiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiidir With Graviss szd Rssts Skirts $5.75 More of tbose excellent : wool serge and valoar check ekirta at this price. , Silk Flounce Petticoats $2.50 Back to pre-war prices oome tbe silk flounce pet ti coaU. . Blouses $5.75 Ceorffettea. erepex de ebiae and taf eta bloasef now aeUina at tbe lower price leraU the Bee Hive, Davenport 1.vWVwVwWWwWWWVW , i Colonial : Genuine Pipe Organ : , Phone 1711 . ? TODAY LAST TIME Eddie Lvons 1 & Lee Moran la the rollicking Sew fork : anslcal lomedr suecess i La La Lucille 1 and : "GIRLS AXD nrP0T)ER" 55 A Sunshine Comedy Uproar J TOMORROW GLADYS BROCKWELL "Rose of Nome" SS Tba story of a dance ball queen and the frozen regions rs ot the far nortb. . Added Feature Faroe t'emedy & Trarelofrue FRIDATaat BATCRDAT H TOM MIX II "THree Gold Coins" The Beat tSaxarori 0oili Tender in 5 Minutes Of all Hods of good atorea. Cook: .,' atovaa aad baatara at H.Hedrick -: Second Hand Store -331 10th St Rock Island From $2.00 np. Erery store gnaraateed. COMING SUNDAY 1' "BRIDE 13" EE An avalanche otpeed, action. EE tnrlilB and suspense. I! I PALACE Theater , Molia& Orpheum Circuit Junior Tteatree , TONIGHT 8 :15 "Mrs. Wellington's Surprise" And Five Other Orpheum Acts STARTING TOMORROW MATINEE , N "A SURE FIRE SHOW" Jack Wyatt and His Scotch Lads and Lassies "Will sound tbe Pipes, Tap the Drums, Dance and Sing as Tis Done This Day in Bonnie Dundee. Ned Norworth Assisted by Evelyn Wells in ."A Piano Offering" CAT0 8. KEITH A TO. Present "Pretty Soft" Comedy Sketch huh DCBELL ft WATERS In - "Wait a Minute" FRED t DAISY RIAL In "A Ring Flirtation" ' DOYLE ELAINE Two Southern Ladies ' - This BIU f ft.Be L oag Bemembered 8eats Reserred For AH P erfonaances Order Now ' Kattaee 24 XU S:l-Satnrtay Night 7s3v :0 Palace HaMt-See Erery Show" ill IP i Black Hawk Theatre EE -1103 Twelfth Aveaaa . 5 TONIGHT EE Cecil B. De 31 tile's predaerlea till i i'ohe b4ck to 5, ioc EE With Bryant Waahbara aai EE Christie Ceaiedy EE BTONKEI SHINES . EE A' Tharsday EE CAPRICE and CBEIGHTOH HALE la the Fllai Mas leal Ceawdy, OH BOY Aad Harold Lloyd Ceaiedy Friday THE CUP OF FTBY - I ILLINOIS s THEATRE EE Fhene Reek Islaad 4 H ONE NIGHT ONLY H Thursday, Sept. 30 ITiddledy I Winks EE , A Real Burlesque Show H FTJIXOFPEP ' EE . With a Stage Full of 1 Joyful Jazzy Janes EE Special Feature The Honolulu E Shimmy Glide U - Seats New Selling Priors fiSc to tlM, Plus Tax f AMERICAN THEATRE EE " , TODAY 1 EDDIE POLO ; EE ' la tbe 6th Episode of EE THE VANISHING DIGGER HI ACROSS THE LINE A North Weeds Drama - 1 Also Christie Comedy aai E ' InteraaUeaal News. AH the news aa tea ttiae Tbe EE Temerrew aai Friday . FRANK MAYO S5 - tK EE THE GIRL IN NO. 21. Aad a Bella Comedy EIIIIIBDQIIIIP' Call SPARK'S Taxi . phone da;: or .lk-v HIBHT R.I. 230 Genuine Pipe Organ Perfect VeutilaUon SPENCER QUARE S TONIGHT LAST TIME TO EE - -SEE EE This human interest story of (he plrlnrcsque .Mississippi W KING VIDOR h S THE 1 1 JACK-KNIFE i H MAN J EE By the noted American Humorist EE EISIE PARKER BUTLER EE He brought sunshine Into EE Ibe hearts ot everyone EE through the 'deftness of his s jack-knife carving. I neMralvA n nil rhlMren from 3 . . nine ta ninety. EE Also H Snub Pollard Comedy S and Literary Digest EE Last time to see thia great EE program Dost miss it. 5 Thnrsday, Friday A Satarday ETHEL V g CLAYTON &h H CROOKED, STREETS EE A Paramount Artcreft Pie EE ,'l - '." tare - . -EE. ' ' AUe-; i' ' ( II AL ST. JOHN' kE la tie latest comedy '" THE WINDOW TRIMMER Also ' Patbe News and 1 Bray's Pictograph ; C0M1XG WALLACE REID IN WHATS YOUR HURRY : CAREFUL D BITERS pmiiiniiinn EE LIABLE EZBYlCf id nililiiiMiiminmiiHiiiliiuinn 7 IUIIIUMUH1UMI ? ---!