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The Rock Island Argus and daily union. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1920-1923, October 15, 1920, Image 11

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,a JSadSfS ":,
x --. tha WW. w aava
fZmmiUl to taa nit ttw
. jt at comptotely aa ar-
,ot Colgata - untrenity.
7 i 'tha unfinished Urt
- AA faces this country, al-
fWbr won tha war, told
. !atta to tha IlHnota valley
iVth IlUnofs State Teach
.jdUtlon In session today at
' :-f fynnattum.
ca baa won firmer grasp.
Zminr reseated orer .and
,.-mm -- , ii v-.
, on lour pnauvm u
s 4 l4 work
C aoJa af knn aa-
fa. u m v-itr TO art U
fcowtu wwBBilttafw war
fcovtaatJat- eotaatitW-aaertB;
taaasat W. R. foster. Ottawa: Kiaa
Sana Thielea. Kewanee: PrtnctMl
SaparfhUodaat
wiMTtraiiiw mi u. b. Honaaan, M
taa 4oa all Hla
JJSotaty ewential to the self
'-Zmat of a free people.
Tir. we have won a Urine
tZmZ the principle that In the
'taulyi ths ultimate Talnea
J-T iBirltual and never ma-
1 TWf ultimate pirltual value
Cuui which cannot be welched
rartwt, an Ideal that cannot
Jtdown, a worthy motive that
j( be (tabDea to aeaiu wiui
jaet Material inmgs nave a,
milouB value, but they lose all
jr value when they serve .any
W'otStr than aa a mean. Never
orir- the Immense value of
3p iuaterial. still the ultimata
are always spiritual, o
A v Srasp Principle.
(Sacondly, we have won a firmer
we on the principle of brother
wd, that brotherhood which means
aoeracfV: From the war we have
med that the prince who could
pt had everything material a
iiatry has to offer,, stepped to
itfcer with his sUble boy into the
.laches. Even after demobillza
this prince does not look to the
a who Is different from him In
jclsl station and color as a damned
.Mlaner. But it is a pity if we
:H tome' have not grasped some of
)at brotherhood.' The time has
taw when no human being, ngur
ttrely or literally, elevates himself
1 standing on the fallen form of
jroMelse.
Thirdly, we have gained the
principle expressed in the terms of
avaalaat. h '
Hon. R, aTomtfas, lorawr oon
greaaaian and- moaiber of Uta com
mittan foniga afaJra. dtd not ap
pear this JBornior bat m anbad.
ulao to apeak at t o'clock this attar.
l saaato Harold O. Keaaina--
er. chainnan of the educational
cosnnrftua of tha TliinoU atate toa
iBHuarv, wa aiso iimi to speak
this altarnooo. Mr. Rmn m
Rttlk Mary Waaka of Kanaaa City.
Mo., will be the evening" speakers.
me puDiic ii uvkm to attend,, Dr.
b. Biau, principal w Mo
raine Park school. Dayton, Ohio,
spoke in Hon. Cousins' place tals
Bornlog on "Tha Crtativa Imnlae
M. Ednoatton." Ha aaid:
v "CivWaatioa nncraaeea bv aaaana
of man creative powers. The
school and teacher who .falls to give
the pupil a chance- to express his
creative impulsea. ia not maaauring
up to iU full wok. The dissatis
fied laborer la the man who is not
given the chanca to use bis creative-
impulses, s 8oeiety has given
three or foar slanc phrases to the
people who do not create; the man
who ie a destructive critic ia called
a "knocker" by society; the profes
sional talker who talks from olat-
ionn to piauorm, but ffoea not work
ir called by society "forefl usher,"
a "windjammer"; those neoole
known as the I. W. Wa are those
who do not work, who take bat do
not give, who are noncreative.
Criminal Should t Chance.
."The criminal to again be able
to take his part in society, should
be taught and given his chance to
express his creatlvn impulses. Cre
ate ia a human word, it Is the first
verb used in the bibie. You can't
buy ft thing you really like to be a
creator of. The happy man is he '
who can visualize, who can work to
see his product finished.
' "Teachera ought to have the right
t. B. Hofonaa, Mottoes -Comsstttaa
on rsswlatioaa Ptia-
cipal B. B. NsUing. MoUast Super-
lataaaaat BBtitb, PrlacetoB;
Dell Baker. Moltne.
Auditing eommlttaa Snperta
tendaat H. B. . Fisher,- Straator;.
County SuMrlntendeat O. O. Smith.
Priaceton; Miaa Qorgiai Firsts Bock
.-w.J'bii)lUjJ;-
lilel iLa a. 1 L
are vvw
At
than art
It UA iMmIi
lM la M fMiil . Tk . irthl.
patera that anaad gaaris arau-
aaroaa trata aatexing or laavtag
in cup wuon paiuuaaioa. k
Amherst, Maaa, Oct 15. The
federal water , power ;jom2t
has agreed to raraae to aeeapt ay
aatUeatioli of power noratft! la
axlaUBK national narka aaML, con-
graaa has aen given a fell oppor
tunity to paaa apoa the entire anea
Uon of power devalonaent within
ef Barrtsoejr fta, ataetioat v
aeaaced yeetaitay la aa aadrer t
thAjOpeeias aesaloa of the in
aaal eoaveatioa of jhat orga. j
cooTrs nor romc btbtjp.
For Pale Children. They love to
take it and it is better suited to ten
der little stomacba than Iron Tab
lets or Iran Pllle.' Absolutely
narmiesa. 76u (Adv.) . . ,
, Coalite.. ;r
v h. . saaaaaaaftaaaBBaa j.
Teawft-eaeaMll. Oaf 1K Th ISttlt-
eisaaaajaasywaassii -
ed State government wBl ho aeked
by the United Mine wonara m
America to make ea tavoatlgatwa
and aecertala whether paoaage ia
Sjv-a tn iiahama coal ailnea.
H waa aaid at the headaaarten i of
the organttation here today.
vHpmeata m ta wis
mta. tn aihM tedleata that
each to the caae. oOeJals of the or
gaatoatioB aaid. " ,
The United Minera Joaraai. to aa
article published today. eaye a
nnmW of ninaa in Alabama are
surrounded by nigh board teacee.
with amaU guard houses at the ep-
Fhoae E. h 8714 Day and fight
Limousine Care
Harry's Taxi Service
Harry J. Middletonr
Proajpt Serrlee
Eeasoa'ahle Bates
The Schroeder's
Meats and Groceries
We are doing our sharetoward pushing the cost
- of living down. Compare these prices with what
' you have; been paying.
$1.29
40c
25c
10c
.50c
49c
65c
Just arrived Two cars of fine Northern Potatoes, one car of
round whites and one car of Early Ohioa. We advise you lay
In your potatoes while the weather and price is right
The store that keep th cost of living down. ;
H. Slehroed
MEATS & GROCERIES 1
Phone R. 1. 12 305 20th St Phone R. 1.194
EXPERIENCED
SALES FORCE
;
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FAMOUS FOE COATS AND SUTIeV
THB BU8I 8TOBS ON FIFTH AVENUE.
EXPIIMENCtD
; SALES FORCE
Featuring Printzess Garments for Friday
Home rendered lard 22C
Raw leaf lard : OQ
per. lb . iOl
Fresh hams, half or )fia
whole, per Id ,
Fresh side,-half or Cg
whole, ner.lb .... fclOC
Fresh pork shoulder
per lb '. .
Fresh pork butts OQ a
per lb '..aelDtv
Prime chuck roast - 10 I
per lb, 20c and ; . . . AOC J
io ids SlVdQ
cane sugar .... v).LdLHf
25c
10 Iba ..
cane, sugar ......
Potatoes
per peck .........
4 lbs fancy
sweet potatoes
Jersey corn flakes
per pkg
Fancy head rice
3 lba ............
10, bars Climax
soap ... .........
10 lbs navy
beans
AND
..Hi'
SUITS
V
L.
Steel
GORING.
5c to $1.00 Stores
i
Extensive alterations ha vino- been comDleted we cordiallv invite ,vour inspection of
our beautiful store. . . ' .w-i.v.-.'f'-':
. We are offering values that must appeal to you You will save money.on practically
every item purchased at this store This is a store of personal service ana! you will receive
courteous attentionWe are showing below a few or the thousands of wonderful bargains
I vve are offering you. ' -
AH AW Xf-lIT CTCCT CTnDC VT TD CTADC '
No two alike. Each aii individual mode
and exclusive design: Designed arid pro
duced by America s foremost designers
1 r '
Ladies' Waists Bungalow Ladies' Muslin Silk and Lace Flannelette Ladies'
1 12.50 value aprons full size 'Petticoats Camisoles Kimonas, each Gowns
$1.00 $100 j $1.00 $1,00 $1.00 $1.00
Envelope Crepe, Men's Jersey Men's Blue Men's Dress Men's & Boys'
Chemise, 98c to Bloomers', 98c Sweaters, each Work Shirts Shirts Caps, $2 value
79c 79c 1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00
i - ' ' . - '-L' ..-...
Boys' Flannelette Infants' v Infants'- 'Misses' Crib
Oreralls, pair Sleepers Aviator Caps Bonnets, ' each Muslin -Gowns Blankets, each
fc 98jc 98c ; $1,00 98c 98c 59c
iilk and Lace Children's, Ladies' Onyx Men's Men's Onyx Men's Silk
Boudoir Caps Dresses) 3.00 Brand Silk Cashmere hose, Brand Silk Lisle Hose, all
98c to value, each Hose, pair, pahr Hose, pair colors, pair
59c $1.00 9y8c , 98c, 98c 49c
i . . .
Men's v Men's Fannel- Extra large Gold Filled Baby Shoes, all Infants' Flan-
Unionsuita, ette Pajamas Turkish towels, Vest Chains leather, pair nelette Slips,
MJS0 value Jacket panU, each eachj , 98c and : S3etQ
$1.00 79c 98c 98c 89c 59c
Infante' Infante' Knit Boys' Sergei Infante' Aluminum Enamel Berlin
;.- Knitted Leggin Pants, Pants, 8 to 16 Dresses, ware ' !CstU. e
?; Sacques paiK ' pair each, 98c to $2.50 value Kettle 6
' 98c SkOO $1.00 . 69c $1.00 98c
'Enamel 14 qt Dresser .. Enamel Water Granite Tea Enamel " Enamel Sauce
Dish Pane Scarfs, 08c to Pails, 12 qf Kettles . Coffee Pots Kettles, S3c to
X98c 39c 98c ft8c 98c 69c
Galvanized Children's ' Classic Swift's Pride Big Value Large Ging-
Water Pails, Heavy School- Laundry Soap, Laundry Soap, Enamel Pans, ham Aprons,
14 qt, each Hose, 49c, 39c lobars lObars 59c S3cto
49c 25c 1 65c 40c 39c 39c
ALSO FEATURING
LEATHER COASTS
For sports and automobile wear. Red, Belgian
blus, tan, brown and navy. Absolutely, nothing
. reserved. The discount applies to all of the following:
Fur Trimmed Suits, Fur Trimmed Coats, Fur Fabric Coats,
Velvet Suits, Vslour Suit, Nobby Checlc Suits, Sealine Coat,
Hudson Seal Coats, Poay Coats. Fur Pieces,; Fur Muff.
Holiday Goods Included
Our 1920 Christmas holiday lines are all in and on sale. The discount applies to all
Nothing Reserved.
Holiday
Ribbons,
Mesh Bags,
Leather
Bags.
Velvet and
Silk Bags.
Hand
Tooled .
. Bags.
Handker
chiefs. Bulb Vases,
Beaded
Bags,
Beads,
Jewelry,
Kid Gloves,
Silk
Gloves
L. R. STEEL CO., INC.
JL719-1721 Secon4 Ave., Rock Island
Entire stock of Knit Underwear, includin?; waol, cotton
and silkFeatufin standard makes and special hn ?old
1 only at this store.
Carter
Wool
Underwear
for men,
women and.
children.
Carter's Silk
and Wool,
Kayser's
Marvel Fit, '
Strettos f .
Knit
r
I 7 ,
Royal Mills.
Kayser Silk
Underwear,
Van Raalte
3ilk
Underwear,
Dr.
Denton's
Sleeping
Garments
Absolutely Nothing Reserved, All Underwear Included
Drapery Goods, Shades, Linoleums, etc.
Contracts placed at discount prices will be filled in rotation as sales are made.
Curtain Nets
Drapery
' Sets, : .
Cretonnes,
Velours.
Plushes. '
. Lamp '
Shades,
JFloor Lamps
Trunks.
S Leather
: Bags,
Suit Cases,
Rugs.
Linoleum.
gPP Blankets.
" 7 " ' Comforters
Absolutely Nothing Reserved on Our Entire Third Floor

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