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1 rayaidaa t A t .tAiferjpMt 1 U WH11, Rock liluid raoac tli incMMfai . jr permanent commis United States army yttem of examination! ? tke wmr department (or ttrrc4 4nrlnt th war. recently recelred hla 1 m captain in the -Vtmetit and la at prea i If land arsenal awatt l to Camp Grant. . Wrist maintained ' an , BMt building. Ho ro- ,j Twenty-second street. t war he held a commis 4tin in the modical str- ckiScrfaaL 'ajras O. Phillips, ord vttnent. United States resorted at Rock Island j discharge. Major Phil- KCXL2wJ.l2 4otoMl rry A Jordan, ot Mdaaf of Rock Islaad arsenal, kaa obtained from tha war; 4apait moat an intarcitlna raMc a niuxa. rapk copy ot tfc flnt letter erer rat rrom the Root bland arsenal u too war dapartment Major C. P.' Kinftbnry waa tka nrst commandant of the araanal, and. of conML wmt am It follow.: : . -paranport, la.. Aug. 18, ISO. Sir : With the report of my ar ' i-Wal here. I incloae a prelim inary estimate for funds. ' Respectfully, Toar Obedient Servant, . C P. KINGSBURY. Major, Ordnance. - It la addraaaad to Brigadier Gen eral J. W. Ripley, ordnance offlee, Washington, D. C --i. "Yon eee," comments Colonel Jordan. "Major Kinnbury called for money to beghuwitfe, and it haa been kept up ever since." . , lipa, who before the war waa a ser geant in the ordnance department, plans to reenlUt aa a master ser geant He has been stationed at too Savanna proving' grounds. rjr my) flCnFALLFEST Plan Fer Oct 1M4, Betmj Cesspteted - Beet Many Breath Tha eomaittaa' which waa ap pointed by tha Students' anion of Augustan eollag to arrange the program lor tha first annual home coming haa decided on Oct 15 and Id aa the dates. Under the direc tion of aaB-commltteea the follow ing eerats.wlll be presented: Friday, Oct U. .7:39 p. m. First number of an nual lyceum. coarse. Ada Ward. Aagnstana cbapeL - p. m. 0arn!7al in tha old gym. Saturday, Oct 1T . 10 a.m. Inter-class cross-country meet 10:30 Finals of the fall tennis tournament. 2 p. m. Band conceit On the campus. 3 p. m. Football game, Augns tana vs. Illinois Wesleyan. p. m. Get-together dinner in tha armnasiam. I p. wl Cariil la tha old gym. x ?! auwf JCaaato Feat.. - ?? . The fret Issae of the Observer for tka 79? waa made a apodal alaaal namber and copiaa bare bean seat to all the alnani and for mar students of the jcbool. to stini olate Interest la the, homecoming Tha committee In charge of the arrangements is composed of Sari P. Martinson, chairman, Arthur Larson and Inar Carlson. Larson Is in charge of the carnival. Inar Carlson is in charge of publicity and tha arrangements for tha get together dinner Saturday night Carl Rylander la in charge of the cross country meet and the tennis finals, and Rimer T. R. Hanke Is in" charge of the music for tha en tire net-tod. These men are acting In conjunction with A. V Swed- berg. director of athletics, and David Beckstrom, treasurer of the school, and all are trying to make this, the first homecoming, so at tractive that its continuance aa an annual affair will be assured. lai ss : -. Like B-idwei-er R.LS21 R. L Clean Towel tevica. Pboim R. L IMS. Iri-aty Towel Bspply Dktecport 134. iiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimitiiiMiiiMiiiiiiiuintiiiiinmuiiiimitiiiinititmmuu Clemann & Salzmann Do More Than : Simply Sell Furniture While we are a furniture store and sell furniture we also sell a service that is perhaps much more important. : This service starts first in the search for the right quality at the right price we actually select the manufacturers from whom we buy we choose them on performance, not on promises. After we make the sale to you we see that each piece really is and does just what we told you it would do. In all our dealings with you there is the personal attention of the owners those who are vitally interested in seeing that you are a satisfied customer. Wd are sure you find a large amount of satisfaction in buying furniture here. Period Dining Suites 1 In Large Variety1 tT' " In period dining room suites you will find upon shopping around that Clemann & Salzmann have one of the largest displays in this vicinity. It includes all the popular period designs and at prices that are not out of reason. You should ee them before buying. : Choice Library ' Tables Massive library tables to complete your living room a good display in both period and modern designs. They are both d-rble and attractive, and' come in a iri.t;; of finishes. 3 -The Unusual In Overstuffed Suite They Possess Beauty aridCotnfortatPrices That Are Ndt High Here you wilrfind overstuffed suites to rnset every taste. They are built for comfort but no detail of beauty has been overlooked. They are without doubt the finest living room suitrs made. , They have large roomy seats and back, thick lyly stuffed roll arms, giving each suit the ap pearance of luxurious comfort v,-hicb makes it so inviting. ' , V Seats are of the spring fcushion construction, tapestry of the finest grade, with .strong, dur able frame. As these suites are priced as low as $375 you can readily appreciate the fact that they will not be long on our floors. ' A Fine Display of Period Bedroom Suites Before selecting your new bedroom suite be sure to come to Gemann die Salzmann's. Wo know you will not be disappointed in the large variety now being shown. The prices, too, are much in your favor, for these suite are marked from $225 to $1.'0, depending upon the number of f aeces, material and finish. - c. It THE StlG STORED "1 Eoci I i.i.-j I r i 0 Ford Parts and Porous Plasters Tooth Paste and Hair Restorers Patent Medicine and Tapioca Soda Water and Coca Cola Coffee and Golf Balls Gum Drops and Overalls Can't sell any of them-really haven't time Kodaks are our business -not our side-line But our customers all say in words most empjiatic It's the best place in to- n for things photographic Kodak Headquarters ( Y I 7 asm nagg rrv " .i G ULBRAN SETS 1 aye r -:P 1 a-no They Ail, Sing the Latest witHtbXjGulbransen I F a song is a "hit" anywhere you can get it right away m a player-roll tor tne uui-j Gulbransen "Pedal Touch" b it right away m a piaver-roii ior tne oui-, Jhe sccrct of Gulbransen performance is . bransen. All arranged so you can play it jn itg dal touchthe "feel" of the pedals ith spint and expression. The words of verse 9&kMe pressurc of your feet-the quick tvith and chorus printed on the roll. ,- There's nothing like the Gulbransen to give voung folks and old a good time any time. Keeps you up-to-date on music. Makes your home the center of entertainment. Does away with stupid evenings alone, i Every Kind of Music More than 6000 compositions are ready for you in player-rolls for the Gulbransen. Besides the latest azz or ballad, there are hundreds of good songs for those who sing well or are learning; also the principal numbers from all the grand operas, and eve ry well known cussicu compusiuou. . The Gulbransen is a great aid in musical siudy, either for those learning to play by hand to "show how it goes," or for those interested in higher musical interpretation. The Gul bransen is capable of every form of musical expression Even the amateur who "doesn't know one note from another" can learn to play it with artistic feeling. response they give to your slightest touch. , - ... - . . . Until you have once played a Gulbransen you cannot appreciate what this means. Probably every player-piano you have tried has seemed to "make you work." But the Gulbransen is so "Easy to Play" it actually helps you ; you can play for hours without being conscious of effort. Come in and try the Gulbransen. Look for the "Baby at the Pedals" in our window. Ask us or write us for free copy of Good Times with your Gulbransen. Tells all about the music available ana the lun you can have. - Nationally Priced. Three models, all playable by band or by roll, told at the same prices to everybody, everywhere In tha U. S.. freight and war tax paid. White House Model Country Seat Model ........ Suburban Model S7C0.00 '$660.00 $595.00 BAXTER'PIANO CO. 216-218 West Thirrf ffreet, Davenport, Iowa. , J. J. DONNELLY, Secretary-Treasurer. H. C. KAHL, President ...W.,,.,.Wl,'"..''""-"""lt-M.MW.....lUIIUtlMIllM