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WEDNDAT-TilE ftOCg CLANP ARCtfS-NOVEMBER 3, 1920..
IT" TAT iUI 3c:::;m association to tortaaatflB binnp ,f TD OCDICO , r-MllB a Mm. ' tf crt Kid uiqr. ; . UJtmu lobb i Italy onwBft There are 'still Huoa tickets to be bid for the concerts, eaeh of which wlU have a soloiit equally u splendid as the on for Monday. Following Is the program to 1m siren at both concert : 'Coronation March Svendsen Symphony, No. 7 Schnhert a Andante cos moto -. ; b- Allegra Vlvaen , fopraoo solos - r ( Vlaal D'Arta from "La ' Tosca" Pneclni j-(b) "Valnes" ...... .Vsnderport Is.- "To a Messenger.. LaFnrte Ml Jewell Robb. i ,W senraao. a auger wao nssTwo Hunsarian Dances... .Brahma ta , most of her reputation r Elry Tschalkowsky Mi. but who began her musical i -ajataa Uk k. Ia laafa.ratrlil 1 -BM.MB) W B MW ..a MMKnaiw . , ; Chicago, is to ba the soloUt with .,tI rri-cniy oympnony qrcnepirm mi ti f rat cascert of the season. She slac st ntst llondsr evening's jr- at tna Aocasraaa eoueio rs frmaaalmn sad to a Daren Don JtMkaca at Mia Coliseum on 8on- ; b .Dream of Lore Lisxt cf Dsnce of the Fairies ..... .... Heiimesbercer Wine. Woman and Bona" ;'. '...." Strauss Le Roy Carlson, at the piano. -SOTtCE TO CfWTKiCTOM. Bid .will be received at a.m. Nov. 5, 1920, tor constructing witer mains on .Forty-third street and on ft tha Srtr.sI if TWrty-eighth street. Rock Island, I mLmI sStesat 7" IU- -' H- SCHRIVBB. I racclai s rLa Bobeme. (,-- ''-i Mayor. i SIM was wen received i"'" tar afternoon. i Ktss Robb . gained sn enviable -rr-tnauo I'tkimi" Is I t Vaolea Ska waa ilMt ikiImI orl4M War alnrinrl ,. . PTBLIC SOTICE. tlsafaa unusually high quality. 8hek After this date I will not be re wtld to IUly with Lombard! and i sponsible (or any debts contracted rjaat season sue sang in Miisn. sne,Dy wnuam neages. fim la .hit mnntrv on a visit to hr 1 MRS. CARRIE HEDGES. amt, la t'blcigo and the local 1 X6t. 3, 1320. Adv. i GIIAOERPLAN; ALL WELCOME Beymlar faatUy lffJr la rsaaa4 .far Membersalp and for Gcav craVPnblic w Inrtted, ani reserattons may bs mads through tha Chamber of Coa- msree. ' i One of the -first monthly dinner meetings of the Chamber of Com merce Is scheduled for Friday even ing, Not. 12, at the Masonic tem ple. Dr. WUlism Sadler will prob sbly be the speaker of the evening. This dinner will be the first of a aeries of monthly meetings, which art, being Inaugurated at .the re quest of man) business men, who feel that such meetings are of the tmnat benefit to the- citizens. It ( nnMihiA that at this meeto a committee will be appointed to con- Pf nnlt duct these Dinners lnaepenuenuy i the Chamber of Commerce and to perfect an organization similar to others in vogue in many cities. Dr. Sadler recently appeared in Molina and created much enthusi asm, and negotiations were imme diately starUd, to secure him lor an engagement in Rock Island. Notices v are being sent to the membership but the general public FBon-jtrw bjavt.---'SOTICZ. - Gin. So. 4. , Notice is . . all per sons interested that the board of local improvements of the city of Rock Island, 111., has Med in the county court of Rock Island county, a certificate of the cost of tha im provement entitled in said court, "la re petition of the city of Rock Island, I1L, to assess the cost of the paving of Forty-second street from Fourteenth to Eighteenth avenues, and said certificate also- ahow the court costs, the amount of accrued interest, and the total amount , or said assessment, and said certificate also states that .the said Improve-1 ment conforms substantially to the requirements of the original ordi nance for the construction of the time as required by law, and that final bearing on said certificates will be had on the 18th day of No vember, A. D. 1920, at the hour of 9 ! o'clock a. nu or aa eoon thereafter the business of the court will All persons desiring may file objections in ssid court before said day and may appear on the hearing and make their defense. Dated at Rock Island,, III., this 3rd day of November, A. D. 1920. H. M. 8CHRIVER, M. T. RtfDGREN, FRANK WICH. JOHN MTJRRIN. WM. FITZSIMMOWa. Board of local improvements of the city of Rock Island, 111. v. CIGCLASSFOli READY TO RIDE I. v wi- ..a nni) exceeded their ousts and mm In Us city of Rock Island, some have quadrupled their objec- said: . - ' Uwfc " ' ' ! -Those business men of Rock Is-1 The program of the banquet Iter lsnd who nolir mamnersnip jw : - ---- . ",. -Twi and Brnoh- 75 Modern Woodmen should all be sonic tempie ihmj . V -w b vT. 17 "Jb Z?t rtrbL,au.t-ad class, :30 was announced today aa fol-; tor f -J R. J of Dm jJ? Logs; a f i i , n, in iurB. uurtng tx. with M. T. Stevens, past rLA the team of Indenendtet saai monies State Deputy c. WTV win .r ley of Macomb, 111., vm laJUatiM aad AispUsB Ts Be Stag, ed Tomarrvw Ivealag at Xa . soak Temple. 3 ' . . .. .. . .. - , - - it . ; , I U "i .1 The store that keeps the eoit of iivifls' down.; X FISKiOOSLEY 0 M0LIKE ILL. DEPARTMENT STORE If it isn't rifht tell us. .We'll make it right. t:.Th0'R9VftBr-Depnrbntnt is better prepared to meet the demands of ev ery woman than ever before. The new winter dresses are especially desirable; not an itnnrkctical dress in the whole deoartmemV but all meet the average, refined . ri . woman s wants. Checked velour, tricotine and all wool serge make up these pretty de sirable styles. Yarn trimming, beads, and tinsel ar prominent style char acteristics, of these new one-piece and extended waist-line dresses: $25.00 and $20.00 each. T Serge and tricotine dresses for af ternoon and evening wear. Combinations, of satin and serge appear in some cf these eccentric and more elaborate dresses; some heavily beaded, others with bright lined top panels and convertible col lar 0; $72.50 down to $25.00. All-wool velour and serge dresses; good style to these, too, splendid val ue at $15.00. Coats for Winter; Coats of fur-trimmed plush; chic, warm and smart at lower prices; prices that range from $29.50 up to $35.00. Co'ats of Bolivia, Polo, velour, Yalama cloth, vplumette, kersey and fur fabrics; full silk lined; $119.50, $99.50, $79.50, $54.00, $47.50, $35 and $27.50. : Fur ' trimmed cloth coats; styles similar to those embodied in high er priced coats; $29.50, $25.00 and $15.00 each. DsfAR OERTEtDC: . I (at my new drsst tiie alhw d' at Fish - Lootlcy's, and. wrct de yau suppose 1 paid far ItT SSt.Wl ' Yes, mind yeu, a wsel srse, $24.75. I know s food pleat ef errs whra I tee II. This dress U plain except for a band ol Capan worked ysra around neck, aleetes'.sad st the Iir. You ' wwfhta't think it weuld lock toed Stt BM, but It does. They had aVassss there that I know woId sbM yea. tse; soow st araund Sio tha Will surpriM you. . I aasw yea've biea ktoklng for S dress at absut tr.at price; s plain gM laskftg dress, at a riet that we eaa afard; Vou'd batler r ' SS KUk 4l' lMt:y'i tomorrow and look gt th:e dmea. , AI.IfE. About a hundred pairs iadiet' lace boots, Cuban and Louis heels, all sizes; blaek and Havana brown; tightly, slul'uh , shoes, made to sell for $7M; on aWc beginning Thursday, for $4 8 pair. k " $4.98 " Never Have Sweaters Been in Greater' Demand, and Never Have Wfe Been Better Reary; Mannish all-wool sweaters, just what girls like for the foot ball game, and college wear; in brown, cardinal or olive green; $14.95. Links and links, tuxedo sweaters; convertible fronts; black, . brown or - turquoise; $13.75. Ladies' all-wool slip-bn sweat ers; attractive collars, with pon pon trimmings; American beau ty, turquoise and all the leading shades; $6.95. Children's sweaters at $7.98, $5.50, $5.00 and $3.98 each. Laditt' Wool Hese and Govts' Ladies' heavy ribbed wool sport hose; blue, brown and green heather mixtures; $3.85 and $2.25 pair. i , Ladies' silk and wool sport hose ; navy, green and brown heather; $2.50 pair. Ladies' plain $3.00, pair. Ladies' knit eauntlets in real angora; brown heather, camel and white ; $3.75 and $3.25 pair. Ladies' wool gauntlets in heather and white ; $1.85 pair. Misses' gauntlets in heather, brown, gray and white; $1.39 and $1.25 pair. wool hose in or drop stitch ; $2.75 and $2.50 Little Folks' Rompers and Creepers Marked Down. About 14 dozen Infants' and Children's Rompers and Creepers, ages from 6 months to 6 years, worth $1.25, $1.39, $1.50, $1.98 and $2.50, go on sale in these price lots. No "seconds," perfect; some a little soiled in showing. We divide them into 3 lots: j Worth $1.25 for 85c Worth $1.39 for $1.00 Worth to $2.50 for $1.50 Petticoats: Ladies' $2.50 good qual ity black -sateen bloomers, $1.89: A. full assortment of all silk jersey petticoats and bloomers, $SJ)0 and up. Ladies' regular 2.50 ,heatherbloom petticoats in .all the wanted shade3 and fancy flouncings, $1J9. Warm Underclothes for the Children. Misses', fleeced union suits, extra food quality, bought at a reduced price last year enables n to put them on sale (sizes 4, f, 8 and 10 yean) for $1.50; (12, 14 aad 16 years) for $2.00. Extra heavy ' Forest Mills fleeced suits for misses; $3.50 down to $2.00 according to size. Misses' wool Globe tailor made union suits; $3.50 down to $1.75 according to age. Misses' fleeced ' vests ' and pants, Sc down to 65c " ' 3Globe" fleeced union sily give two food $2.75, $2.25 and Boys' Globe wool suits, excel lent wearing qualities (the Globe's boys' line of underwear can't be beat) ; $3.50, $3.00 and $2.50. Extra heavy Forest Mills fleeced suits for boys; $3.50 down to $2.00. Misses' fine ribbed cotton hose; all sizes, black, white and brown; 65c, 59c and 45c pair. Misses' fine ribbed silk lisle hose, black, white and tan, 85c pair. Boys' heavy ribbed black cot ton hose, especially good wear ing qualities; all sizes from 6 to 10Vi, 50c pair. Groceries, Thursday: . Granulated Sugar, 5 pounds to each for 55c with other groceries over $1.0Q. ' "Pet" brand Evaporated Milk, 4 small cans to each for 25c. Best Pesberry Cof fee, 35c pound, three psuads foV Sl.M. Japan Tea SiftiagaV pound pkg. SOe. r New English Wal nuts, S5e pound. Dr. Price's Baking Powder, S3 can. Jiffy ' Jell, 3 page, for 5. Kidney Beans, ISe can. Canned Beet, 2 cans tor 39c. . Batter Krust Tosst She psBwd. Spies Cookiss, SSc pound. Boiled Hsm, diced, bslf pound for SSc Bvick . ChecM, Ue ponnd. . .Summer Sannge, SSc pound. ' Prepared Uinre Meat, 2 pligs- for SSc Pink Salmon, half pound esn 2 for SSc Can sed Shrimp, 2 cans for SSc ' Best Mustard Sar dines, 2 rsns for SSc Apple Jelly, 2 jars for SSc New White Clover Honeg. 30e square. The final roundup in the Rock Is land county drive for a class of 500 new members ta Modern Woodmen of America is being made today, al though applleationa will be receiv ed and policies issued np to Thurs day afternoon. Special Deputy Bert Oakman, in sneaking of the support received ! Iowa, on "The Finished Proiw adoption Thursday night and there- lows: k -I.-. - BMjrfiaal wa v that1 Ciftvina. nf tha Anenlflff nde. they believe I aupporting home in- Eatfest-Get busy. J ..A,Ml"e-d Sjrk. nlp,w, ausines. many ostb omw n is mj iraeuuui . - , .i.i.j . . as wark in this campaign and already , introduce yourself Shake. have their banquet tickets. There ! Singfest Modern Woodmen uke- hvatill time tor more of them at this, jele club. nth hAnr to follow this example. So i Ponular songs by everybody. ... li.tln ! mm atart-! ValVfaat hv "Just look who' Jjajg- PBVWaUyiSBSItla( rm u araiaaaai I . (sa,H v aw aw a. ' ed out to do 4b this local campaign. ' here." . i x l"" t0 the.'L ticts, it is- going to be a landslide and ; Roll call by Head Clerk J. G. Rsy.T"- ',lfa Rock Island oounty will hereafter, .Wds and splinters." by Direc-1 " . VL. l" tthi have been nnahle tn ai. . mm v Mcsat a, writins a new memha .1 members entitled to btnaaa ets that are not obtained Tt head ofllce by Thursday .fi-J"" j may obUin them prior to yTLj rg.dut at Masonic temple, hWTiT 4k. i- ,1.1... ""Si be a bigger spot on the Woodmen t s s Tanner. Minier, III map." j Announcements by President It is stated by tha executive com- Harder. mittee that 17 out df the 2 local! "TUl We Meet Again." by Special camps in the county have produced Deputy Bert Oakman. reaults. most of them obtaining the! "America," by everybody, quota originally Axed. The East The class adoption ceremonies im Mollne camp was the first to go mediately following the bariquet over the top. At least , a dosen will also be held in Masonic temple, Ton know that the tradpaaav ABRAHAM MOLINE itiVy the highest in candy. Bat yaii not know "DELTA.V'JT," Ahrtka. . v.iUHl j , NewMctor Records for November Beautiful rew numbers that will be wanted by Victrofa owners the country over. World-famed artists have contributed a wealth of new selections delightful to heaf, and even the lighter forms of music are rendered by artists of more than usual ability. Any Victor dealer will gladly play any of 'these numbers for you. Number Site Pris By tha Water el Miaaetoaka 5 Frances Alda 64303 10 $1.25 Trovatore Strida la vaaspal iTitnt riamts arc Sotrias) Gabriella Besaasofli 64875 Ever ef Thee I'm Fondly Preamiag Sophie Braslav 61883 A Granada To GranUt) . Enrico Caraso 8S623 Noctaros (Griet-Elain) Vtalis Miseha Elman 74643 Clavelites (Carattioai) . 'Amolita Galli-Curci 64904 When Year Ship Cornea (pv 1 OrvUleHarroU 64909 Fedora Amor ti viata di bob sour 01- iac Coaptlt Th, Lot) Edward Johnioo 64905 10 10 12 12 10 10 1.25 1.25 1.75 1.75 1.25 1.25 Violia Chanson ladoae (Frora "Ssdko") Thanh Cod lor a Cardaw Prslado in G Major (tsekataiaon Zara SSaaa, piccola aiagaia flat. Little Gfptr) Waiting far the Sua to Casne Oat I Caaaot Sloop Without Dreaaklag of Yew' Drowsy Baby la tha Afterglow Frits Krobler A4890 John McCorsaach O4S0O Sorgai Rachjnaainoff 74645 Rcnato ZanelU 64907 Lambert Murphy Lambert Murphy OhV. WmoEWe Baker) Elsie Baker j45200 Whiaporing Fos Trot Panl Whitessaa and His Ambassador Orchestral The Japanoso Sandman Fact Trot lgftno Pawl Whitamaa and His Ambassador Orchestra) My little Biaabo.Down en the Bamboo Ulo Ailon Stanley) The Broadway Blaes. Ailecn Stanley J Tired of Mo Henry Burr) rd UfSh) Fall Asleep and Wake Up in My Mammy'a Arms Poerless Quartet f 18682 111 Bo Witk YoBia Apple Blossaas Tub Charles Harritoo) ' Tripoli (Oatbe Shores ITripoU) Louise Terroll-Willtsm Robyn) 18683 Avaloa MoJIoy Feat Trot Psal Whitetama aod Hi Anbawador Orcbeatr Best Ever Medley One Step Psal Waitossan aad His Aasbajosder OrclwMtra j3570 10 10 10 12 10 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.75 1.25 45199 10 1.00 10 1.00 10 .85 18691 10 M 10 81 I 10 85 12 1.35 Hear these new Victor Records1 to-day -at any Victor dealer's. He will gladly give you an illustrated - booklet describing them. New Victor Records on ule at all dealers on the lit of each month. Victrohs in great variety from $25 to $1500. 0 V 1806 3d Ave. Rock Island , Victrola Headvuarters NORBERG usic House M 1305 4th Av. Moline 5C AMERICAN THEATRE ? . TooiT y WX- EDDIE POLO ' la 10th Episode ef . THE TAXISHFJTG DAGGER Also a Kerthweods Drama ss A Christie remedy aad later. 3 national Sews. Ill Tomorrow and Friday 5 James Oliver Carweod's THE COFRAGE OF MAR. S GERET OH009E A wonderfal drama ef the far s north 1b seven acts. Also jH 8VCB POLLARD COKDT lll!llllllllllll!l!llllllllllil!!ll!llll!l!IH MUSIC!'- 'I W. H. Whitney has opened a modern musical instrument f n r ci . . . .... a. -Be 5 ivepan- onop ana is prepared to repair any musical instrument- I H Now is the time to have your Phonograph put in first class condi- 3j . pon. When you bring your machine here you get the benefit of ! our 15 years' experience. I W. H. WHITNEY 1 1 1814 Fourth Avenue Rock Island vimmMiimHiinmimitiiiwi ssmawammanasatasB-aMaamSBawataBsawMawswa