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.: .... v..,.''. .Jl A. .' ' , ii ,ln Eac) t-I tM arm. The wlebes to Intareet In a City alan&tes t ett; cttJet Uh. ao that du n bow the alaa tor the rtver- tt-mer art tu be beet hum was bH lmt VUBS. TM M Of i i . f.iu Brjkkll Ha a ha tat. un a mn the level, gimg tt w lato IsoUnVaad Mt wart TbaOrlve, aa tar aa peaalblaV woaM Www thor I aa- (null f 0. 2. Cerrla. chairmen of the taston. ia tyaaktegra tka coop eration of local organisations la tba e reposition and the experiences of ether city planning oaaiiaisstai save: -: - The city planning commtaatoa 1 bow working oat a Bahama ofeoop eratlon with the park boara ana 4 v Plaaj for a comprakohatra drive. to aslaad troai rtter to" War ana from tho month T.Eaek river to tba Coloaa bridge, 'tat la wtleb Mollae, Beat MoUae KB4 Sttvlasre tavltento taka part, were dlacoaiad it the awetlng of tba Sock Island etty planning eoaimieitaw laat we- at tba city Bail. ' r. cmu 1 BUM Willi. .1. - MML. i aara ot taa eny aanc Doaro, raprn uaao aoaraa eoairm, ana oca ted that body at tba meeting, ol- fartnf aanaaUoaa tor tba drhra and park improvements. . ? . ipacial meeting, of tba' local f etty planning oonmtttaa together jwitb tha city commliaion, and tba commlationi of Molina, Eaat Mo t Una and 81Ma will be held to tha , , T V - . . , . jtha acbool board, both of which are Intimately connected with tha pres ent and fat ore of owreity. Both of will in tba fuutro control, larger araarde- Toted to recreational parpoaea, play aronnda and for stnetur edacstien el onmaaea. It la ttdaid wall that these two hoardt together with tha city council, will work band la hand with tba city planning aonmiackm. In New York they hare expert- T7Q::AYrte BOCK E&AKP A'nGtlS OCTOBER 20, ior btata frreW' ptaamtag whioh ware aot fariaaao. oar talaiy aot y all that wara oaact- Twith tha jaoTetaeat, Tba ftaw i bafldtaga at any hoajat ara bang plaaaad with onatt in taa appor ttartia ao aa to eoatona with aaw matatlaaa, Tbaaa 'offaau ataka tha bufldiag aaaaaaUy attraetiwi aad wiU hare tba lact of staking Maw York ana ot tha meat iawtaa- lereL glriag Udta cttiaa ia tha worlC:iTT por- atsr macae m oauaiaa: aoww wm U to-M atartea made arltabA eaa yaaa of tha narrow s treats aad darkaned tba lower atoriaa ao a to sjaka them vary unpleasant . This waa bt"Wg ao bad that the plan alng poaualaaiOB raqaired that new MtiidittM must aa sec dock u hiUICbH'Jai Islaad PajBgaUs Jtetam fraat NMrlat Heatiag of PaVs - u at Peoria. Otto F. HUdebraadt aad J. J. Burgess retorted today from Peo- KS, cfraSaaTof . they were Rock lala-d'a 2 "T 77. jonly ropraaantoUTee at tha niiaoia- . The -benefits ot city, planning ara Eastern,, Iowa eonyenuon of Ki no leas tor small ciUes than Urge ; wanll ciabs. Discouragement of Cities, perhaps evaa more ao aa then ; professional system ot erganlsa it ia passible to avoid mistakes Uon waa roiced by the Rock Island which later when the cities bare mtL They succeeded in getUag grown cannot be corrected aacapt their ideas Incorporated in the rec at Tary-great expense and In tome ommendation to be presented' at cases this expense would be entire tt the International convention. ; ly prohibitive no matter bow desir- j Rock Ialand'a repretentat'on was able the change might be. small because of the scont fund drive whleh the Rock Island Kiwania club HTD-MOHTII . ! is sponsoring. this week. Daven- Bads va pleating the trade' with np port bad about 40 in attendance to data footwear at reduced to data and Molina waa represented with prices. Bart's Boot Shop. ' i IS. Rockford bad one of the largest The store that .keeps the; ' eost of living down.- nmoosLEY o DEPARTMENT STORE MOLINE ILL. If it isn't right tell us. We'll make it right. Thursday, Any Suit in stock, at j, 25 off. Closing out this complete line of unusually well-made height-of-fashion suits. Serge, trieotine, velour, tUver tip and oxford materials make up these navy, Copen, brown and reindeer suits; plenty of materials and braid, fur and embroidery; styles for the stout figure as well as for the miss. These suit were "marked close" at $129.50, $89.50, $79,50, $54.50, $49.50, $37.50. Now they go at 25, off. A $49.50 suit for $37.13! or a $54.50 suit for $40.87! Come in. Get your suit early. Serge and Trieotine Dresses. A good selection of new warm serges and tricotines in becoming styles. Many have the long lines, while others are finished with pleat ed and embroidered panels. Each dress a pronounced type, different, decidedly, from every other model. Prices that fit every pocket book; from $75.00 down to $190. Dresses of Silk and Serge. For the careful, economical buyer, we have two groups of dre6ses, all silks, and serges; dressy little mod els and very practical for the woman who has many places to put her money. Choice of colors and styles, $18.50 and $1430. L " 'f A Bargain in Bath Towels t ' Seventy-five dozen nine hundred and big thick bath towels; solid, heavy white Turkish towels, 22x45 inches. When Christmas time comes hundreds of women will be wanting these towels to embroider for Christ mas gifts. They'll be scarce then better buy now while they're here, and here at a cheap prie : 69c each ; $8.00 a dozen. A Thursday Special: Good black silk taffeta, $1.98 quality for $1X0 a yard. .A Thm day, trotl csld, we put en tale a' cetJ supply ef pink metb bandeau confinert, back er freat eleslac: have 75c, new SOr New Plaid Skirts. , . ( Pleated plaid skirU are much in vogue just now. Every skirt here is made of good looking, best weave, all-wool plaid. Warm, stylish, graceful skirts at $27.50 down to $14.85. ,V v..' v. 4 -.T ar x Prices Cut on Trimmed Hats, Bargains in New Hats, rresh from Market: Twenty-five ladies! new ready-to-wear hats, a lot that Miss Pringle " bought in Chicago last week at a stiff priee r ' ri ductiort, on sale Thurs 1 , day and whik they last: 3 hats worth S19J0; , : t ! ?l$Jfj5 l Yourxkbiee at 4 hats worth $14 JO; ' tw it n 5 hats tcorth $12J0: halt rTlCe 7 hats worth $10 JO; Another Lot of Hats at Cut Prices; - 6 hate worth tov $24.50. choice far $10.00, ' 81 hate worth to $14.50, choice for $7.60. Vv 9 hate worth $10, $10.50. $11.00 and $11.50, choice for $6.00. ' ' - ' - Boys' $1 .75 blue chambray school shirts, two to each all day Thursday at $1 .25 each. Men's genuine Harrison Bros, heavy blue $1.48 work shirts, Thursday all day SSceach. v--:" , Dependon knit fash ioned sUk lisle $lfiO hosiery; mU sixes, black or brown: Thursday, all day, two pain to each at iSepatr. Gbrls S9e Fifth Ave mm Am ribbed cotton stockings, black, brown, ttkUe, all sixes: Thurs-t-j I pairs to ouch at t tttlr. " A dosen all silk petti coats in all the wanted colors, including block. Splendid petticoats for the new fait dress or suit. Thursday, those silk toff eta petticoats go on sale at 11.75 Coats for Girls; s Today's express brought in a fresh supply of chil dren's coats; little yoke styles for 6 and 8 year olds, cape styles and belt ed effects for the larger girls up to 15 years; all lined ; most of them can be lengthened, $12.75 and up to $29.75. Underwear: 7 Girls' $1 JO knit union suits, fleece lined; all sixes to 19 years, one or two to each at $1M apiece. Ladies fleeced union suits, worth $3M, two to each at $1.05 each. New - fresh percales make up these neat $1.75 and $1.98 Coverall aprons, well made, good prints; to lessen our over-full stbek of aprons, $U5 tsth: Ladies' 50c muslin draw, era, choice of styles; ruf fle trimmed; 39e. Indies' $1.50 muslin slip over gowns: embroidery trimmed,, $tjQQ. Warner's Rust-proof elastic-top corsets, worth $2j00; sixes 22 to 26, all day Thursday, one pair to each for $1J9. All day Thursday, la dies' silk Crepe de chine combinations ("Teddies" ) as beautifully made up and embroidered as the regular $5J0O kind: $2798 each. Camisoles 89c. Middy Skirts for the School Girl. Navy serge pleated 'skirts for girls from 8 to 12 and"jiS 6 dC6p hXM; 7'98, ?6,50' S-9 Groceries, Thursday; Granulated sugar, 5 pounds to each for 55c with vuirr yrrcwrsn over flJOO. Carotene milk, large cans, 10c eon. , Cermete Bear, a sad Bicra Mend Oaffea, ST Ha. Dal lleate tube !bhoa braad raOei aata, large package. SSa. . Saa Maid SeeaTea. lUaaaa, tM naabaryw oar, I aacbages far SSa. rreaeaaa erectors, t f see ajeat, aliead, 4Se aX lb, ' iarge Jar, kg- Ciraae Batter. SSe Stefel OnTes, Jar. . jar. an. He. aalerSSc. Mcnttaft arasai "-raring 190. The BHfatai het'd addrest by' J- Mtrcar Barken, Li'-eraatioa-' ai preaident. last n'st ii ihehrlne tettple la Peoria, on tha htory of Kiwania. - Ha apoka ci tho rraark- able growth of the Kiwcn.a two within eaa short year. - Tha rata good etanamr. this t rie, wh:le convention wai bald at Birmingham, uoro were very iaV oi te reiU. ; k Sa declared that the KIwaalt elaba hjivo Ukn part tor every Worptr movement, citing the actlvi ties of the orgaalzatiaa during the wnr period. . . " He spoke of bolshevism aa a greater menace than' the German m and stressed It as the duty tot wanlnne to Jump into the thick of tba battle against we new u. ror. :7... " The Galeabarg club won the in ternational , attendance price of fered for thia district, having an average attendance of 9 per cent over a period of three months. The rize was a banner and shield. The Peoria club won a banner for same period of 87 per cent About 400 delegates from the 24 clubs tn the district attended, and this number was .-boosted to 700 by those not listed as delegates. 1 I SPEED COURT NEWS I li automobile drivers were ar raigned before Magistrate D. J. Cle land Tuecdav afternoon and tbia uivraing and were fined tor viola tions of the motor vehicle laws. Jci3 Uarrity, John Reagan, A. Bortx, W. A. Warner and Carl Prossman were lined $5 each on charges of speeding. Loins fJndstrom drew a $5 fine for driving his machine on the rc3 aide of the street I Does a dry cough kocp you awake? EkCMP'S balsam I will atop tho ticklo. that makes you couh U ruaaawTcte - HEADACHE ,wn nort-NO acetanilide TJCT rr AND BE COMFOKTABL2 ESil IT'S UOUIO- quick erpgCT A Wocl Abouflt Priceo In J917 the price of a 46-inch Simplex Inner vta$ $18 To-Pay the price of a 46-inch Simplex Inner it $10 " A This is an inertMse in price of only 18X in i years yet labor costsjiavo advanced fully VX) and the cost of materials has increased from 10035 to Had Simplex prices increased proportionaUly, a 45-mch Simplaa Iron w to-day would have to reUil - for38w. . - . ,- . 'j ' ' - Only 'through the economies of large production has it beenpossible to hold down the price of The Simplex. There hasiseen no inflation there can be no deflation. Simplex prices are STABLE. Further, the Simplex to-day is distinctly supe- . rior to the Simplex of 1917. Not only has the plant been " Ford-ixed " but the product has been ' ; Mlckard-teedM as well. N ' ' Continuation of low prices on the Simplex is dependent upon keeping up volume of production. V This advertisement is published to encourage the public to fcontjnue its purchases, lest a falling off in volume actually shall force an increase in manufac turing cost and a consequent increase in price to ; v the user. , The Simolex Ironer is an economic household necessity. In the average-sized family it will effect savings which practically pay its cost in the first year. Good for a lif etimo, practically free f rem up-kaep . expense, the Simplex does four hours' ironing in an hour at a coat of only 4c for power and fuel. , THE AMERICAN IRONING MACHINE CO. 168 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago See tho Simplex Ironer demonstrated byt MAX FIELD The Wash Machine Man, Davenport, Molina, Bock Island tli West Third St, Pasae Dav. 1208 1 ttth St, Paoae B L 936 N I L Stoaaxllj Dawsnport iova 0to3313 jUndero .nee' These are the actual savings to be had here now on Hart Schaffrler & Marx Fine Suitsand Overcoats. These clothes were marked on a very dose margin for Fall; now we've deliberate ly lowered these prices so that you can buy to advantage ; get the best tobehadatthelowestfigures. There's no better way to reduce your clothes costs. Great Savings frhru'out the Store, . U(vnioa st, arva. auer jbavenposi. Iowa. I A.