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The Rock Island Argus and daily union. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1920-1923, October 12, 1920, Image 5

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. Laanoilot Hadaway, with
bs sale, vbo vorkH ooatta
f Otfl the last minute, won
) the Individual prlso sad tha
, honor of Um Rock Island T.
c a. inenibership esmpelgn
'-a dotes last evening. Three
sad mw memberships and U
jpajg werv mana uium
the
winning team had a heavy
'. R. Mr. Hadaway also
i the individual pria and waa
. ... 1 J V Iff A
AT Catwt irtra which
wta, oomnMnce next Monday eve
lat with am oaaatas banco at
T- W.&lm coins; ahead in
splendid tssbioa. The men on tha
KJwsnls committee an. doing
splendid work under Oe direction
of Major M. H. tmnsTtn, general
ehainnan of. tha campaign. A large
number . or organisatlona are
oparatiag In order to make this
drive a- eacceos, and all of
are patting forth efforta to hare
their teaau rally atgned np by to
morrow night '
meeting of all captalna will be j
held at the T. W. C. A. Thursday!
noon at 12:16, in order that a check
of the work may be had. Brery
organisation Is selecting its-active
men as workara tn the campaign,
and It la axpeeted that the friend
ly rivalry and keen competition en
Claims
Vim Fremloe Te
.InByaadlarf
, Kansas City, Mo. Oct 12. Unit
ed Press. V President Wilson has
confessed that he did promise "to
send Ola American annv and na,w
serosa the aaa" to guarantee boun
daries of Rums-la aai SsrKa. sn
sanrJamaa Aas4 ssMhl
Wk&oksasi ntnaa of the chief e
acotfve'a peace coaferanee Balkan
Head said.
"ftr th Kfe of me."
-I cannot see how thai
to Imply that the Unfted. States
asswnriwg that bbUgaUoa? -s
"How shear it la to protest that
l am not promised to send oar
armies and . navies across ' tha
helps the president's case. It is, tn
facla complete verification me
body f the charge heretofore made.
"Was the president standing and
looking into tbe eyes of the 8erMas
and Rawanian delegates and tolling
them they expected as to send oar
armies and navies if sny settlement
of the covenant was not observed,
sad at the same time not meaning
with a gold Y. M. C. A. ! iereo into Between tne varioos
ahann by K. B. McKown last teams wui belp greatly in nuking
. ZL. His team obtained 1.420 "e campaign a success. An active
D. B.
executive committee to- rthe cam
paign is also being lined up for
the drive and this committee will
an sgshut the 1.273 for D.
jgaaist's team. Rev. Hadaway
l-i HI nnlfita tt him ' Awn
iaTwhUe hit nearest compotl-1 noM fT UZJoaT
vrTui organisation for the drive will be
Jellndolf Flck. and Frank organisation for the drive will be
TJmM . Ssu. Srinta ! completed by Thursday night and
A!?S2L .. team. will enter the drivl know
t, jen team witn a. b. mvon as
lit. Witter as major by a majority
iifUtttt points. On behalf of his
MSB Bev. Mr. Hadaway asked that
I jks premised banquet to the win-
af tana be held at the Y. M. C. A.
(aiftsrls instead of at the Black-
csk hotel, Davenport, as first
ansae! In accordance with tha
mint the chicken dinner will be
'isovei at 1:30 Thursday evening at
modation house. Tne mem-
of the team to be honored to-
iflth Mr. uuvon and F. W.
, campaign chairman, are
sr. Mr. Hadaway, H. a. Cable, D.
W. OihUten, Fred Davenport, E. B.
I KeKown, George Zeisler, J. H.
; MeaoU, Ford Hunter, John Weigher
sat i. D. Brockman.
li By actual count the campaign
araafht in $3,473. but with the
I neeey to be sent in this week the
J tatsl will be raised to about $4,000.
As Jeffs brought In 175 new mem-
ten and 83 renewals and the Mutts
114 new members with 56 renew
t'tia The membership fee from to-
v on will be $12 per year for se-
instead of the old rate of $10
lng that' they , are going In fully
prepared to do the Job laid out for
them.
the Day's News
ft
lleli
Wakes.
General Julian 8. Carr of Dur
ham, N. C. who celebrates his 71st
birthday today, is one of the fore
most men of the south, with a fine
record as an officer in the war be
tween the states. After tbe war
ended he turned to business, be
came a manufacturer, an investor
in, and builder of railroads, a bank
director, a trustee of educational
and religious institutions, and a
promoter of regional reconstruction
oh broad lines. As a Methodist he
has figured prominently in ' great
World conferences of Weslayans
held in London and elsewhere. Dur
ing the war with Germany he serv
ed as head of the food conservation
committee of the Methodist Epis
copal church. South. H'is promi
nent as a leader in the United Con
federate Veterans and has held high
commands In that organization.
Buehler Bros.
Are saving more money for their patrons each
day than any store in town. That is one reason
why we are always busy. ..V
WHILE THEY LAST
Bead emoted from speeches by
Prasldaat Wilson and his Interview
wtth the foreign relations cominit
tee and speeches of British leaders
sehheking ip the senator's eontea
tion that President - 'Wilson had
made tt plam America would con
tribute its hars of ait tatavnattonal
military toree to protect the
dariea of au Magne memBsrs.
ticcwatx rsVEsnrcxsa.
New Torlt, Oct U Vaccination
of iJM tsitm aboard the
steamship Nleaw Amsterdsm. which
arrived here today from now.
dered by Uw heaKh
la thai
auC
Frits qrshdii. tte
Nikolai of the
Kit
Opera eJ
1 lbs
Amana kraut
S cans California
sardines ... .........
3 cans tomato
soup
Pitted cherries,
per can ... .........
Red beans
per can
Pork and beans
per can ...
Sirloin steak
per lb
Short steak
per lb
Brick cheese, whole
orhalf brick, per lb .
Jowl bacon
per lb .............
15c
25c
25c
30c
10c
10c
22c
18 c
25c
20c
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TRIMMED
HATS
3rd Floor
T he y Best Yon Can
Buy at
goo
BUEHLER BROS.
MONEY SAVING BUSY STORE
1628 Second Ave. Rock Island, IIL
Hundreds of new
styles just received in
a variety of colors.
Jr .rilf
Silk Petticoats
3.89
Of Taffeta, Satin, Jersey
and combinations of silks
in dozens of styles. 1
SUk Flounced Petti,
coats, SUk Poplin
Tops
2.29
Good N ews Of Two
Good Cars
Exerting to the utmost its enormous
resources, the new and powerful manu
facturing organization which produces
Maxwell and Chalmers, announces a
striking and significant reduction in
price, as follows:
Touring Car
Roadster
Sedan
Coupe
Maxwell
(r
(r.
Chalmers
5-pass. Touring Car (r w siaes) Now $1795
Roadster (fw tees) Now 1795
Sport Car 2ies) Now 1995
4-pass. Coupe (r w as) Now 2595
Sedan (f Hr xtss) Now 2745
7-paas. Touring Car (y---w sees) Now 1945
In our crinion these are the two most notable
values which changing economic conditions
haw produced or possibly can produce. ,
FULLER-RANNELLS MOTOR CAR COMPANY
Cor. i7Ui at. ana u w, w
HAL
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V
PeaT'.... 25C m
cor... 25c
2 uu tyjr ;i
cans milk 1
2 cans - . Qi
spaghetu ... OUV --il
.n ' np All
' 1 hll' VJ " I II -
cans salmon JJ M . '
Porterhouse steak OQj M f Ok.
per lb ......... .jUO W f
rs-"? . .. 25c 3 m
TZT. 8c I a VVly'
Macaroni (T I ball r9 '
per pkg I Cil ' ' ' ' V C
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5 J Unrestricted f
Choke of the JL
J&6 jj House
I II 1 w - V . lii Ckoker
1VIJL 1 lUl
The Gmateir Em Tqw
Wednesday Offerings .
FEATHER
HATS
3rd Floor
Over 100 to Select
v from at
g).79
Colors Brown,
Navy, Henna, Pea
cock, Jade, Cardinal,
Orange, etc
SWt Lace
Bandeaux
with Ribbed Straps; extra fine
qnality. . "
1JD
A complete line of "Nemo" Self
Reducing Corsets always on
hand in oui- Corset Depart
LAST DAY
T
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4'-.
Ready-to-Wer, Seoad Floor.
suss) Now i $ 995
use) Now 995
ism) Now 1695
ir.s) Now 1595
$45M Suits ,.$30M
4930 Suits.. 33M
5540 Suits 36M
60JD0 Suits.. 40JM
70 JM Suits., 46M
75.00 Suits 50JX
AU Sizes 14 to 53
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Fur Trimmed
and Plain
Tailored
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