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U JAY 1 ' ' AJua-OCT0ZZ3 12, I C .. ,C Wi n"Ct. second ot series of Zo eitr planning wrtt- et H. Saek . Ji kM eonaideeanla t sunjeet to "t " i'tt, aim, fulfillment VEstTn ird instnll ' t J-b a eontlannnco of the aste fourth will Kir M to what Rock Island jfwka tat proportion.) - 4 citr planning, pay? ,Our fees already hwn drawn fret tbat cities all over the .nftMufnllV solTtnr -uas - . 'Tim aTaln. COen ar aeilitg'aa if ua'BMtut al ta paatraadraraUau It taanta aa te l- taaswil tkesa in taa future kv Im aW of "WW Wf aeeJarlyaeveloa- dtr.lwtsiNMnft ar iwftli. at. ty isaaalag & its rlgnt tffclor atftpooe of it, ta sac a ay a tarnretattoa to tt nuking of tR will not be a mhn t fcaatta. It etty a awnc4e a tetter place la solves tae problesn oTdtapaalar of wfctek to work and live. Ou ot tta nrtwn aad refuse, at loeatlac taa ructions is to provide attractions incinerator. U aaAas is to ba Imnad; of locating taa reduction plant IT arfean is to ba utilised: of preventing epMssslca. aad .of lo cating tan tabarealosia far tndaaur Imhian ui lw - fSaer flsssa. tkat taa eocamanltv will hm oefataatsd la ta wast, aj'pwapsrotto aad satisfactory growth. Of aBT wastarK ,'llfaa .. km flam n ma hmKImi dfad are developing a con-!n etty planning: A rhrat to b PTfnBV.tt fiaa. Baeaaa of .dredged. A water front to be pre- taia aaa aue eoodlUoao they; served for auntie one, and ta are attracting .aneay people from awed with piers aad docks, rall the east aadsalddle wast, t. iroad trackaaod terminals, and as ' Denrer's park boalovard aad!" PO"'b' beaatlfled, so as dTle center niaa. dmloBad W up I to make ft aesthetic as well as ase- Olmsted of Boston. Is well worth ! A swamp or depression to be f pafeUe baUdiaga la wkick nr aaa ta aet saaordt- qty plannlm ooaoscaa Itself wtta w cauare. it t 1 ' 1. 1 spaasa rbraagkeet tan etty far play deas. aad atiUaUc Mis for eaOdrea, ' Recreation far (he adult aaaalathni ta alao ntwvUed for at the parks. VkoaleTards, bathing aa Bsacaea. seenu fcalla, rrrar front pedes, golf Baks, teasia ooarta, etc. ,A great oaacator aaldn' grant nag ap -tor this ta mem fsitsli lim head la allmnttara agaaOag tae aaaito, It pereaaaiae: lag saoald be aad the All tae news ftU txa tfsL T plaa proeldea drained or filled. A rarine to be or parked. A bill to be rJtT nlanning bring their Zm reward to a city, in addt rlTooatrlbntinf to the ronren Vtsd weUsre of iU inhabitants. da Is to obtain the most com sad sluableresnlU at the 5 cett to the community, and to 2lei to prevent waste, not to Ztu extraTsgance. In aa ordi xTaplsnned city, a group of sIml factories, stores and bus LVyoelu are hastily thrown to zSg sad tends rather to rlcious JJJMnt to children than other. mirr city needs the advantage gat isca planning will bring, and atir UroBgh scientific city plan aaf will 1t secure iU fullest pos development. It aims to com ae tbs technical with the practical ftbt most helpful manner poe Vu aad concerns itself with the basic desires of mankind: iMtth, wealth, safety, companion Me, eiacation, rigi'.eousneeg, con mines and beauty. Its aim Is not adr the city beautiful, but. also the ety dsn. the city practical, the etty efficient. 4 ' ,Tne planning of a city, means aaklaf it what we would make our toUvidnal borne a thing of order, at convenience, and ot attractive bw. Charles H. Wacker, chairman at the Chicago plan commission, 0? this definition of city plan- Sfflf ! ,'lt promotes trade by supplying greet sad easy ways for the exten ts! ul development of comhierce; fcsurs dty growth by making it and cheaper to conduct all of business; increases and all nroDertv values by pre- annof the many evils of haphaz- yt DOilding; manes every citizen a asm efficient worker by saving das ant money in transit of goods ;ea people; and, above all, it as I ans to the city which adopts it, a consideratioa. The lor a M SIS AT Wkl ao -1., solving I hi existence kmA mkm h .ui ! mounted, cat down, terraced or are- t awaiclpal problems throngtr.au of these parka to be connected t oaaaty spot. etc. pisasing. Wise expend!-1 ky a ay stem ot drives aad boate-f Since every dty has its own site,' tuui. me civic cenier, or piaxa, is w urani7 n about two blocks wide and nTeiDlan Tb "aa scheme of, devel blocks long., it adjoins aad is to;ODment applied to Chicago could the west . of itha .state capitol not " PPUed to Denver. The lay grounds. Its location la such aa to ont of Btrets, location of transpor fornt the dividing llnrltetween the Itation lines and terminals, park de primary business and residential Tclop,nent' water front impfbve secUona. 'On this ground are to be mentjs and other Important matters located theart museum, library :mn8t treated differentlyin dif and the weatera end terminatiag in i ferent ciUeB- according to the peca a group of municipal buildings. ilwrtUeB 01 ,ite- M weil its while the state caBttol buildinr topography and its relaUonship to crowns the eastern end. Justbnag- ine. If too slease. taiuiiBr n th No city can grow or even live by streets, the specifications for and state capitol building; looking west ' itMlf- 11 compelled to get foodvj kind of paving material, a system of ! fuel aad raw material from without you see spread out before you the magnificent group of pablic build ings, surrounded by beautiful lawns and parkiag, and beyond, the gran deur of the . snow-capped Rocky mountain range to form the western sky line. This plaza will be the central t feature of Denver's new hoiilnvnrd nnrf na.Hr iviUm Afhov features of the plan are children's ! Pnlesa thft,e terminals are properly Dlav Krounds.sa wldeninc and x- ' locaieo. rauroaas may mini rawer M- even takes tato mes, raosasTioes aaa roueuis. a stady of the kaoapiuasfflce aad suggesta. the proper steps for Its abatement, aad the suppression ot unnecessary noises. It alma to reduce infant mortality. It makes a study of the general health of ; the city.- In guarding against disaster, city nUnning nrovidea for danger from fire, floods aad area cyclones and blizzards, as well as otflar disasters, by taking Into consideratioa proper rules for the construction of build inga.the erection of billboards and overhanging street signs, the plant ing of trees, the kind and arrange ment ot poles and overhead wires, i aad the placing of wires under-' ground. - . a Public convenlenee is considered, in that city planning provides for an efficient system of street lay out, the grades and width of street illumination that is efficient as well as its people It must have ! as well as artistic; how business good roads, roads In every direc-land residential sections should be tion, as well as railroads, the" great! lighted; municipal markets and modern thoroughfares. A well J marketing methods; the regulation planned city must provide railroad 'and control of utilities; the proper ngnts or way into ana tn rough the; method of street shading; the regu- r Ulu BIU1 WUTOireUl UK1UWUS IfJT . freight and passenger terminals. citizenship sound in body, aad sad morale." Isesst census figures show us net S4 per cent of our'people live k cities snd unless we solve these njoblemi our cities cannot continue it trow and our people continue to Bthealthy, content, and prosperous. Till it can readily be seen how im IsnsBt these things are to every aaa sad woman in the cities of our santrr sad why all should be in terned about them. No city is so large and no town M null that it does not have need SB opportunity for scientific city pstning. The time to eurely com et when every city will have its ftm planning and housing associa PA 'As already explained, many cities i liarapewere planned by experts -i developed along scientific lines. tricus in large numbers visit e continent of Europe annually to M these cities and admlro their hasty, snd. incidentally mieht be muuuw, leave oenina annually tension of certain streets, building of concrete walls along both banks of Cherry creek, with a speedwsy and parking on either aide, provid ing mountain parks in the foot hills, some IS miles away, with drives built out to them, etc. In Seattle the problem was more complex, and consequently-its plan mivpa . arvmkrsk1iAnaitvaa T4 as wnnn4si pal problems were attacked and fSirfct Isnrolv nlvwt hv ii-a HHvttn. In hl w ' characteristio Seattle way. Seattle has been 4ermed a second Chicago. Judging from Its rapid growth and the character and magnitude of some ot 'the enterprises it hss undertaken and car ried through, it has earned the title. Through an amendment ot the city charter, a municipal plans commission' waa created, consisting of 1 members, all of them citizens of Seattle. : Three members elected fromthe city council, one from the county commissioners, one from the board of education, and one from the Seattle park commission. The balance of the commission was appointed by the mayor, one each from the diftjet en organizations in terested. This commission secured the services ot Virgil Bogus, an engineer of international reputa tion. -About eighteen months were spent in developing their plan and preparing their report to submit to the city council: .. The commission held sessions once every two weeks, as well as a number of 'special noesionit ' In order to provide for future de mands, the plan waa made to em brace an area of about 150 square miles, a territory sufficient for a than stimulate a city's growth, With 'regard to sanitation and health, ijy -planning provides for a plentiful supply of pure water, "DAN DERI NE" Save, Your Hair! Make It Abundant! - -v- lation of poles and wires; the sepa ration of traffic rnes; the con struction, extension, aa well as proper location of public drinking fountains, comfort stations, baths, shelters, etc.; the location and grouping of public buildings; in the creation of beautiful and imposing Immediately after a "Danderine" ! nnusage, your hair takes a new' life, lustre and. wondrous beauty, appearing twice as heavy and plen tiful, because each "hair seems to, fluff and thicken. Don't let your 1 hair stay lifeless, colorless, plain! or scraggly. You,, too, want lots of long, strong, beautiful hair. A 35-cent - bottle of delight ful JDanderine" freshens your Beware Of That Bacltache'rl deal, aa ttrnr. joa waala km forced to bad. mn r donwt; its pcaw ia ilewiy uVEHVeb Da meai mat bsekaess, pmlti- tb only ii , Mai okllffer asaa. .. ! XUatr ma have Uf li.au Ml dnasiat ia eoU rat, pand SSe ia aauBH dbeet ta OoddTa MtbV population .- of : about 1,000,000 neonle. A great move for city planning , a c a 1 p, checks - dandruff"" and has spread over the country within , falling hair This stimulating recent years. The same business ' "beauty-tonic" gives to thin, dull, frhPottimi hf ia fiolnv annllaH t th failinp hnfr that vnnthful hripht- .. : . . u . . w t j i... 1 . 111 ! vuiujuuuii uiN uia ButuaHiiu t una auu tuuumui uuuuicsi au business man applies to his own j druggists! 1 fc(4frrxS hit 1 mg jfii - fitf C ' ' " mm Ml mm Are Here Be They Either loots of tellrts Your choice is mside easy by a great variety of new -; correct mtodels The Store Jot vey&b?y -. '.it V.M ra The Annual October Sale of 1 a , House Dresses and Aprons Just at this season when house dresses and aprons are in great demand, this annual October event brings, you most attractive values. The dresses offered in this sale are fresh, bright and new and all of our standard quality. You will find here some of the best values we have ever offered. , , .""' ' ' ' Fancy Gingham House Dresses ' ' Special-$3.95 . These are the sort of dresses a woman enjoys wearing, becoming in color, style and fit. In this group, are Marguerite Pre-Shrunk dresses, Bibennan, Barmon and many other styles of checked, plaid or plain colored ginghams. t t - ' There are straight line and fitted models trimmed with con trasting or white collargsand cuffs. Special, $3.95. :rf.iTf.r.'W -1 ' :--'3t Extrit Size Dresse Special-$3.95 Extra size house dresses of checked and striped gingham and striped per cale with trimming of contrasting colors. Fitted waistline styles; Sises 48 to 52. Specisl 3.95. Broken Size Lot Special-$2.50 - House dresses of fancy ginghams and percales in straight line and fitted styles. Broken Sizes t&SO. 1 lri( J : ' '? ' j Carraet Saws fa- ta tal Weesea . II II . J I i At Forsberg'a Walk frJiS j ' Over Boot Shop fnnfiSrJ ; M rtrtacatk tttaet, HaUaa - " I J j Dr. BahoU' JTt CaMtart Beniaa ft i rfy-JI House Dresses " Special-$Z,95 Dresses ot dark percale in straight aad fitted styles with convertible or flat collars. Also utility dresses of checked and plain gingham. Special 12.95. - Coveral Aprons ' Special -$2.50 Cut with plenty of fullness, these coveral aprons are of ginghams, and light percales in an, assortment ot patterns and styles. Special t&SO. . v ' " a fa. r ''" jtriernoon ureiiei - $6.95 and $7.95 v 1 r " neat nuea anernoon aresses ox m .- :,i u oener quaiuy ;iiir,iim iu proiv and checks- and plain color chambrara . . .with fancy collars and cuffs. . Priced s sejs ana , ' v , v. , Coveral Aprons z Special $1.50 . Coveral aprons ot light percales in r,..,T assorted patterns; side and front fasten- V, , ings. belt fitted. Special at tl JO. - v Secon Fleeis. 'l; A Very Timely Selling of Fdl Housecleaning Needs r; Just at a time when every woman's thoughts are turning toward fall cleaning, comes this special showing of cleaning necessities, favorably priced. , C Sprutex Polish Mop Outfit Special-95c Complete sprutex outfit, mop, handle and 12 oz. bottle polish Special 95c White Wool Wall Brush Special-95c Made of white fleece lamb's wool has long and short handle, special SSe You will find Akin-Schwenker . prices are Always Lowest, quality considered. A Fitting Service Unequalled in the Tri- Cities and a Store in Each Town Shoes j for Girls am 1EJV oi iurjs DAVENPORTMOUNES: ROCK ISLAND. UiW. 2dSt 4MlStkSt. ICOTZslAm. Shoes for Boys Soft Household Chamois, special ...85c Sponges to dean woodwork 25c 8enib Bmahes, all sisec 2Se Toilet Brashes 2Sc Window Sqneegees 5c Knit Floor Hop 25e Shelf Lining Paper, 100 ft. roH 55e Lace Shelf Paper, 5 yds. 6c Tnrkey Feather Duster M Wizard Dust Cloth, medium size ....26c Wednesday Special Lenox Soap rft. 10 Bara OUC (10 to a customer No phone orders) Chaffln Sliver Polishing Cloth .... Radiator Brushes, long handled ... Rnby 6loss Fttraitnre Polish . .12 e Sem-dac Ljosrid Gloss, pint Absorbene Wall Paper Cleaner. .2 ft 10 qt.galv. scrub pail, special .... Copper .Wire Bug Beater ErZ Iron Enamel, Vi pt. r. Third ..350 ..eSe s, SSe -..Me r25c ..45e . ,.25e '..150 Fleer Continuing All This Week x A Special Sale of Curtains and Draperies BEAUTIFUL windows are a big part of beautiful homes. Curtains and draperies must be hung to suit the type of the window, just as a dress is cut to the figure. Our Drapery Department will gladly furnish you with designs and suggestions. ' N The fllustration shows the casement window opening- out ward. The late is hang- in soft folds with fullness enough to allow covering the entire window. The design is a simple Quaker Craft-Lace net with an all over pattern. The over drapery is arranged to be drawn together to soften the light A Sale of Ctirtain Nets A wonderful variety of attractively designed cur tain nets in colors of white and -ivory; and in Filet, Madras, Ame'rex and novelty weaves. 3a to 44 inches wide. Sale prices per yard 70c to $2.40. Madras Weave Crartains , $4.75 Pair ' Rich ivory colored Madras Weave, curtains with aH over patterns neat borders and scalloped edges. bpeciauy priced per pair, .75AN Fancy Tilet Weaves $6.00 Pair ,! Ivory colored Filet weaves with pretty floral and conventional borders, mounted with lace edge and motif corners. Suitable for living and dining rooms. Sale price, pair $3X3. Sale of Colored Madras - A rich assortmentof colored madras in floral and '. conventional designs to be used for over drapes, shades of rose, blue, gold, brown and green. Very specially priced per yard, $1.28. Coloi Border Scrim ' 22c yd. , Attractive colored border scrim which is suitable for bedroom curtains. A variety of shades. Specially priced at, the yard 22c Wire Lamp Shade Frames w Half-Price Wire lamp shade frames in alaorU of shapes and ' . izes. To be covered with fanty cretonne or other colorful material to match draperies, they add cmarm to the room. ifadf Price. tm rw. Flat Katrnaica. nadirs i r. Kr'