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J The Store of Quality flDJSOlTS J.- 3 tCGAL LEGION t Crtct far flat CtmTvr f Faet i'Cw to Soswell Wiftstant at JtUaf last' lUffet. ... uaui. 'fk. . mBDun wu iiflcm ff rmnmarider of Rock Aland pott of the American Legion at the meet iBf laat n!ht. Mr. Brennan ka omtea the aecond commander of Rock Ialand post, succeeding: Paul , R. Preston, who baa held the office daring the Ian year, duriog which) period the poet atU'ned e one ae- tree or organization. The election i took place laat evening preceding the open bouse .for receiving re tarna of the national election. . R!eli W.Applegate. Nfor the laat year arttor in alt work of the post, wjh. elected rice commander. Other selections are as followa: , , Adjutant D. B. Bergqulst Athletic office Howard Klore. Financial office Ray Osterman. , Post surgeon Dr. Louie OatJ-om. Historian Guy Maraball. - " tChaplaltt-B. C. Eberhart. -Trustee W. A.' Rosenfleld, Fred Mitchell and William Kahle. lora of wulrte ahowa at IB Imm aaar. Be au for tonr day rvmaadac Sana Ml By aaarial rnvml art " M. Bchweb. lom Arborak. Ik naarr wdclit moMdy ur. P'W the rale of aw Iwm. Ik nhril , Edaraae Day' "Th . Boon4 C kae naaa aiay ilk inwtraa niria laa mul for mni nan aad i lanatliar a lheaa natrao taranfhoat tha eountrr Ttaa UT omun aroaaa m Pick Laaa. who fall tola aUMdronlara at th haad el a kaad at apache led f naif brted Hue JleBa. I W nice. Kcnn laila e lor with Jat PaT- M ka ttmliMWtuM DMi On the Uf ( the wrddinf Dick appear at tea auaa raarn. " . tba aurrlaf. ha dwaBpean law the ananrt. Keho awU Jack alter turn to prow the baa not fcrahaa faith. - Together thry lidit McKsr. Apacbca aad Jar i frataed In the nick of lima b . "".T jKk aad McKce an both kitted in the battle, echo accept Jack apon hia return. . . . . A notabK cad canaana mi. inwndina Tom forman la the role of Papon." Irrtnc Caawuat. Wane Acker. Our Ottner. aad Wallace Berry. In h- ttoo to playing tne naroa h man al wrote tb acenaria. OLD PAVOEITES WILL BE PLAYED BY SOTJSA'S BAND 'There. will be new as well as older tunea of etlrring qaality to whistle and hum. for John Philip 8oua, "The March K'pg," and his " wonderful band that has enlivened all the clvlliied world, is to come to the Coliseum, Davenport, Friday evening, Nov. 12. lWlth the organization, complete in itself with the many noted solo fata belonging to It, will be brought a number of vocalists of high repu tation. No other bandmaster has ever reached the popularity given te ftausa, partially because of the charm of hia programs that include both the presentation of, possibly a Wagnerian opera number and the lightest and yoat Joyous of, rag time dances -and el way e aome of the typical Soust marches that have net the world to marking time, like the "Washington Post," "Stars and t- 8tripea Forever," "Semper Fidelia" f ' and many others. Then, too. Sousa baa been far from idle, and there are nev numbers within the last few 'month that have become fam , ous at the H'ppodrome and have 1 .leaped into wide popularity, such 'as "The Boy Scouts of America" 5 march, the "New York Hippodrome ' . March.". "Dwellers of the Western f World" and "Patbflndera of Pana ma" march. Whatever the announced Sousa program, almost as many unexpect ed daltghts and music novelties come In response to encores as In the regular list, for Sousa is fam ously generous to his public. qtyBncft Uko Budwnber? Phone R. 1. 33S.' R. I. Clear. Towel Service. Phone R. I. 239. Tri-Cltv Towel SuddIv comoaiiv. Jlavenport 914. ........ The danger of imitation is elimi nated when you buy DEL.TANUT, because the name i registered in V. 8. Pat Off. and besides the pack age la coyprighted. It baa been found that the age or a run can be told from its scales. BETTER THAU HY FOR COLDS AND FLU New Elixir, Called Aspir- onal, Medicated With La test Scientific Remedies, Used and Endorsed by European and American Army Surgeons to Cut Short a Cold and Prevent Complications. Every Druggist in U. S. Instructed to Refund Price While You Wait at Counter If Relief Does Not Come Within Two Minutes. f Delightful Taste, Immedi .ate Relief, Quick Warm Up. The sensation of the year in tbe drug trade Is Aspironal. the 2-mln-ute cold and cough reliever, author itatively guaranteed by tbe labora tories; teated, approved and most enthusiastically endorsed by the highest authorities, and proclaimed by the common people as 10 times as quick and effective as whisky, rock and rye, or ,tny other cold and cough remedy they have ever tried. All drug stores are now supplied with the wonderful new elixir, so all you have to do to get rid of that cold is to step Into the nearest drug store, band the clerk half a dollar for a bottle of Aspironal and tell Ulm to serve you two teaspoonfula with four teaspoonfuls of water in a glass. With your watch in your hand, take the drink at one swallow and call for your money back In two minutes if you cannot feel your cold fading away like a dream within time limit Dont be bash ful. for all druggists invite you and expect you to try it Everybody'a doing it When your cold or cough is re lieved, take tbe remainder c' tne bottle home to your wife and ba bies, for Aspironal Is by far the safest and most effective, the eas iest to take and the most agreeable cold and cough remedy for Infanta and children (Adv.) tKwASTEURIZED MOT DOTTER, WHEN you think of absolutely pure, PASTEURIZED NUT BUTTER. think of ALCO. Higher in food value than butter itaelf and leaa than mm l wi Hp 1 to1 S e-aSlM L mi 1 ybviiffl KOHR'S PACKING CO, Distributors. : Davenport, Iowa i 'A amawanwaaaani I O Viei. up in the morning tired and unrefreshed, with a dull, heavy head, often amounting to headache, to feel low spirited and "blue" are symptoms of self-poiscning by food poisons, not neu tralized or eliminated by bowels, liver and iviuicy cu,uii ui tiannony. OieeeSiaiii's IPiSIs hdp to remove the cause of this trouble. They act gent- iy ana sareiy, but also very etti- aa ta ciently, SaM r alrwgclsta tawwaahmrt tha world. kamta, I0e 25a. THESE DRESSES ON DISPLAY IN OUR . : VVKT WIlW 111-113 WEST SCCONO STRCCT DAVENPORT. IOWA. THESE DRESSES ON DISPLAY IN V WEST WINDOW Commencing Tomorrow at 9 a. m. Our Greatest Triumpk A Dress Sale Tkat Will -Utterly Eclipse AH Former Sale OUR ff n :;f4t lk-.:-. pk W ' ' ij ' 1 V .mm THIRD Aft ernoon an resses ,Wortt v j Li r ot Street. Dinner D Up to $125.00 at ere you one of the many women who came late for the mar- f T O 1 . W, JV 4 a Va. T a veious uress aie neia last iviarcn ana last lNovemberr v Many were disappointed because we hadn't enough dresses. We've almost " "" awa avuiviivTT, UUI uw HI W dV U1UWII glWaiM ailU lilt UlMSSi, .L-. f . . . . ' - so exquisite mat we rear a repetition Declining marketsa disposition on the part of man ufacturers to clean-up their high-price garments and our willingness to sell at a close margin makes it possible to of fer these finest model Dresses, exclusive in design, at a price that is unbelievably low Thev are absolutely WORTH UP TO $125.00--they go at ... The 'dflllftoHnn innlnrlp-c rwe coc ri atraitr nrrfl CI Af from the simplest Street Frock to elaborate formal . C5 . a.j. uvrrvui ClVlVO Uiai I WVWI HIV alla.vw iwuiu4uc ui inc urcbsmaKer s Art tne sort or Dresses you will see worn by the best dressed women at fashionable occasions. MA TERULSDavetyne, Tricotine, Crepe Satin, Duvet-de-Soine, Chiffon Velvet, Crepe Madelon, Spanish Lace, Georgette Crepe, Kitten's Ear Crepe morocaine Crepe. EVERY FASHIONABLE SHADE AND MANY COMBINATIONS OF COLORS AND MATERIALS. - . a I 1W aT I AT 11 a THE YOUR DRESS NEEDS FOR SEASON AT THIS SAJF - Buy Only What Yen Need-We Can Accept Retums-Every Sale Musi Be Final V ENTIRE 1 - Jl J Where Fa&ion Reigiu r "S ; All the NegAll the TimieThe Argus 11 !