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- City Attorney Bcreechfield of Dv
port announced today that bo It
' preparing- to petition tb district
- court for a dissolution of tbe in
fraction which has tied tho band!
or tbe city officials In taking- any
farther actios against tho officers
, y of the Mroat railway company for
caning service. Me states uat ne
city is not going to act In baste, bnt
that he will devote considerable
time to the preparation of peti
tion and will be ready with it early
- neit week.
Tbe company Is following explio
. itly what It said it would do on
Dec 1, in shaving a part of Its serv
ice to paveoport. The Fourth
street line is deserted, so tar as
street cars are concerned. Persons
who wish to go In tbe direction of
Suburban Island do so In the stub
car that connects with the Third
'ltwt line, Tbe Bridge line cars
', turn at Scott street instead of War
ren and tbe owl service has been
cut to a minimum.
this atM were bom mac cfcUdim.
vo or -waoea ptssseae m
mother In death. Tbe fMr Irving
are Mrs. Nellie Potter of SbarleWi,
N. ,T.; .Mrs. Naoeu caviaws 01
n.ik fit . wm .-.mmA dtsm
Hmtley of Oalesbtrji tlU 4 D-
capon. ; , Iowa, leepsiiiiiij,
wtth the hffbead. are Wl ! ar
row. Eta alio leaves three grand?
eMtdraa: Uwia McOianla , tad
Oeerge aad Virgil Hantley. Besides
tbe family ska leaves a boat of tang
ttaiefrieada. '
Mr, and Mrs. Huntley cam w
m.ll i- i (c tA urn. sad
rm u. " 4 -
nave lived here eoatlaaoaaly ataca
that time. They are among vww
oldest citizens and are well and fa
vorably known to tbe entire com
munity. .
Jetgkboflag Tewns Are AW to
Cm Aba fa Jaaaary
r geftrfrar Attaaas
(Special Corretpondence).
f Viola, Dec 3. Funeral service
for Mrs. Sophia B. Huntley, aged
85 yeans, and a resident of Viola
since 1866, were held Tuesday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock from the borne
on Shepard street Rev. C. C. Harp
er of the Presbyterian church offi
ciated and, Interment was made in
the Viola cemetery.
. Mrs. E1 wards, who passed away
Sunday evening, Nov. 28. was born
n Illinois, near St. Louis, Oct. 14,
1835. .
In the year 1M5 she was united
Rabbi J. L. Baron of Tri-CUy
Temple Emanuel will give his
weekly sermon at 8 o'clock this
evening on "Cleansing the Temple;
nrm vnn rl.hrat It?" The
livw T . I'l ,
sermon is in connection with tbe!
Feast of Dedication wnicn is to oe
celebrated all next week.
Rehearsals on the program to be
given by tbe Rock Island and Dav
enport Sunday schools on Dec 12 at
the temple will be held next Thurs
day evening' at the temple, Eleventh i
and Brady streets, Davenport j
Charlotte Lewis.
Charlotte Lewis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. J. Lewis, formerly of
Davenport, died at the Mercy hos
pital, Chicago, this morning. Mr.
Lewis is president of the F. J. Lew
is Manufacturing company 6f Mo-
line. Arrangements for the funeral
have not been made. Word of the
death reached local friends early
this morning.
Trio lodge No. 17, special for
work on F. C. degree Saturday, De
cember 4, at 9 p. m. C. F. Eldred,
W. M.
Representatives of every cfvle,
h.Mui ami uirlii omnlxation In
Tb- f.i.nd anH inrronnlHnr cities
will be Invited to take part la the
discussion or a city -planning
project at an open meeting to be
held in the early part of January.
Decision to bold this aeasiaa was
reached at tbe regular meeting of
thm Rock Island city planning com
mission held last evening.
. The public win oe raviiea in at
tend the meeting. Edward H. Ben
nett, who will be the Rock Island
city, planner, will be present and
make the talk of the evening. Tbe
aim of tho commission is to create
an Interest -in tbe movement among
the people of this city ana in neign
boring cities. Suggestions may be
brought to this meeting for consid
eration by the city planner.
Mayor Harry Schrlver was last
( annnintad to attend the
state meeting on planning and son
ing to be held next Tuesday at De
catur. O. Z. Cervin, chairman of
the commission, was named a dele
gate by the Chamber of commerce
last Monday. Mr. Cervin and May
or Scbriver will Uke tbe city's con
tract along with them for a confer
ence with Mr. nenneu, wno, win,
im to at th meetinE. The con
tract will be closed at that time. It
is believed.
Captain Martin Watner of the
Salvation army, announced today
that the annual Christmas fund kpt
tle will be established for the holi
riav season in Dromlnent places In
the business district tomorroy. The
money collected is used in helping
I the needy of the city. y
Tbe case of Daa Droet convicted
Rock Island Neva edtto, now serv
ing 12 atoatka la the 8cott county
jail. Is being beard this afternoon
at Carroll. Iowa, before Judge Ben
I. Salingerof tbe supreme court
Tho case was scheduled to come ap
at Dea Moines but Instead was tab
a to Carroll.
' The outcome of the bearing will
determine whether Drost remains
la jail for the remainder of bis
term or gains his release on bond
pending final decision of an appeal
for another trial.
Personal Points
(Special to Tbe Argus).
Chicago, Lmjc.3. Mayor Harry M.
Schrlver and John T. Campbell, ; ,h ,'nrm
chairman of tbe Rock Island county
central Republican committee, bead
ed a Rock Island county delegation
which waited upon Governor-elect
Leu small at. the Great Northern
hotel here yesterday to urge Julius
Johnson tor a cabinet position.
Johnson was defeated for Btate
auditor on the Small slate, but tbe
delegation brought word that Rock
Island county "Wanted Julius John
son well taken care of." Small
promised the men that he would be j
given something, just what not be
ing stated. -
In the party 1 besides Mayor
Scbriver and Chairman Campbell
were George W. Johnson, George
H. Richmond and r Judge F. J.
frs. Lillian Olsen and ton Elmer
of MIS Seventh avenue, have left
to spend the winter' months with
their danghter and slater, Mrs. tt.
L. Garrison, at Santa Rosa. Calif.
Mrs. Garrison waa formerly Miss
Grace Olsen of Rock Island. Mrs.
Olsen aad Elmer Olsen were aceam
paaled by Charles Wolatencroh of
2618 Sevent havenue. .
Dr. A. B. Rimmerman has return
ed to Chicago after a visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Rimmer
man. 1003 Second avenue.
Dr. C. Bernhardi returned yester
day from Omaha, Neb., where he
has been visiting his daughter, Mrs.
A. Sohalek. After a abort stay at
Rock Island he will go" south to
Hammond. La., to his daughter, Mrs.
D. K. Snider1, and later on go, via
the Panama Canal, to Los Angeles,
where - his third daughter, Mrs.
Woodworth Clum, formerly of Dav
enport is now living. The' doctor
will always claim Rock Island,
where he has lived since April, 1869,
as bis home and if any of his old
friends wish to communicate with
him. Dr. J. W. Lane, who occupies
office at the
OSllVEItl 1921
Beard ef Blrecters Approves lac
eauaeadatieB af Pa bile Feraai
-Aapelat Trasteas.
People's National bank - building
will always know his address. The
Daily Argus will keep him posted
with the news at Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harris of 2716
Fifth avenue, are the parents of a
son born Nov. 30.
and buy your meat's where your Dollar buys the most and get the
Best Quality at the lowest prices. We have no overhead expense to
meet, that's why we can sell first class meats at these low prices.
All of our meats are guaranteed to be pure and fresh.
Specials for Saturday:
Sirloin Steak, lb 20 C
Short Cuts, lb. t: : . 20c
CWk Steak, lb. . . . . . . . : Jgc
Round Steak, lb 25 C
Beef Pot Roast, tender, lb. . 20c
Chuck Roast, good, lb X&l
Rump Roast, lb . 22c
Beef Stew, lb -16c
Veal Chops, lb 27c
Veal Shoulder Roast, lb. . 24c
Veal Round Roast, lb 30c
Veal Stew, lb. . : . V 17c
Oysters, per quart ..... . -72c
Oysters, per pint '. 38c
Sweet Corn, 2 cans 25c
Tomatoes, 2 caps 25 C
Campbell's Pork & Beans,
2 cans 25c
Aunt Jemima Pancake
Flour, pkg .16c
Pork Chops, lean, lb. . . . . - 25c
' Pork Chops, end cuts, lb. . . 9r
Pork Steak, lb. 2c
Take advantage of the low prices and
Pork Shoulder Roast, half
1 or "whole, lb. ' -21c
Pork Loin Roast, half or
whole, lb 23c
Morris Sugar Cured Bacon,
half slab, lb 33c
Sugar Cured Bacon, lb 35 C
4 lbs. Pure Lard for . Si. 00
Compound Lard, lb. . . .... 15c
Veal Liver, tender, lb. . . . . . 20c
Morris Supreme Nut Oleo,
special, lb. 30c
Delicia Nut Oleo, special, lb. 32c
Good Luck Oleo. special, lt- 36c
Carnation.Milk, tall . . . i . . 13c
Danish Pride Milk, tall .... 13c
4 small Carnation Milk 25c
Storage Eggs, dozen- CO.
Fresh Eggs, dozen . . . . 78 r v
isooa rresn uairy tJutter,
special, lb 5g
Pure Cane Sugar, lb 10c
Quinlan Quality Bread, loaf 13 c
3ave monev. Meier is brinrHnpr trm
IT- .1- a . - o B
mgn cosi oi meats down.
We will also have Home Dressed Spring Chicken, good and tender, lb. 32c
Elm Street Meat Market
P. G. MEIER, Prop.
Phone R. 1. 1924 1232 30th St, Rock Island
The body of George Winter, son
of Mrs. B. Winter of this city, who
died in Luxembourg while in the
service of his country, was laid at
rest this morning in Calvary cem
etery. A requiem mass was cele
brated at St. Mary's Catholic
church by Rev. F. J. Uhlein, who
was assisted by Rev. Joseph Kelly,
Rev. Ralph Lane and Rev. C. Al
han. At the grave the burial serv
ice was read by Father Clarence
Higgins, who was chaplain of the
regiment with which the young sol
dier srved in France.. Tbe pall
bearers were Al Duncan, William
Van Evers, R. Osterman, Joseph
Schaab, Jr., James Dugan and Ivan
ward Henke, captain of tbe football
team, present tho school with the
tri-ctty. championship football aad
It was accepted in Den air or tne
school by President.Rosenneld. An
announcement was smi
El well advertising theT
frolic this evenln C
frolic this evening,
was brought to a di
tag of the school song. .
Emil Olson Inialta Women Jn Rock
Island Plcju-e House and
Officer Hauls Him Out.
The board of directors of the
Rock Island Chamber of Commerce
at a special meting this nooir went
an record 'in favor of one-fond
campaign for financing the city
welfare and charitable organisa
tions daring the year 1921, and
adopted a resolution whereby the
chamber agrees to sponsor the
A board of trustees, recommend
ed by the public forma of the Cham
ber of Commerce and composedvof (
T. a. ftiurpny, mil amcneu, r . v;.
Denkmann, H. S. Cable and W. H.
Dart, was approved by the direc
tors and was empowered to deter
mine the amount to be raised and
the appropriation of tbe fund
among the various organizations.
Secretary Otto F. Hildebrandt
was Instructed to inform every or
ganization which desires to secure!
an appropriation from the fund, to
j prepare a budget for 1921 and sub-'
mil ii 10 ue uouru ui irasiees vu
or before Dec. 20. The trustees will ;
have full power to determine tbe
amount each organization ie to re-
rivi! frnm ttiA fnnil
1 No date was set for the drive, but
in all probability it will not be un
til some time after first of next
Emil Olson, Davenport, was re
moved forcibly from a Rock Island,
motion oicture house ' Thursday
night by Officers Gu5 Kirscb and
William Beblke, who had been call
ed on tbe complaint of women pa- Rock Island county undertakers
trons of the show that Olson wast and their wives enjoyed a turkey
conducting himself in an obnoxious' ; banquet in the social rooms of the
manner. i Trinity Episcopal church last even-
Olson is alleged to have Insulted ing. . Thirty-five men and women
several women and to have caused j were seated at the table. Dinner
considerable commotio among the
persons seated close to him. Of the
offended persons one young woman
was served at 7 o'clock.
Following the banquet dancing
and games were enjoyed. Tbe flow-
appeared at the police station and ' era and tbe remains of the dinner
signed the complaint against Olson.
Olson made a poor showing at a
defense before Magistrate H. 3. Cle
land in police court and was fined
$50 on a charge of disorderly con
duct '
Ucal lodge, No. 608, I. O. O. P.,
h.M It .nnn.t olontiml ctf nffiran
at the regular meeting of the lodge
last evening. The following were
Noble grand Lincoln Martin.
Vice grand Carl Herwig.
Recording secretary Henry P.
Leonard. ?
Financial secretary S. R.
Treasurer Jonas Bear.
Lodge deputy Thomas McLean.
Trustees Carl W. Losand, Carl f
Herwig, H. W. Leiferman, F. Kroes-
en, Thomas McLean.
The installation of the officers
will be held the first Thursday in
January. -
Licensed to Wed
Clifford R. Hansen.
Mamie D. Nielson.
Roy W. Johnson..
Elsie M. Swanson. ,
...Stockton, la.
...Stockton, la.
..Rockford, 111.
..Rockford, 111.
The next hike of the Black Hawk
Prairie which was announced for
Dec. 4 In last evening's issue of Tbe
Argus, will be held Dec' 11, a week
from Saturday.
were today given to Bethany home.
A. Danielsoti of Moline made the
talk of the evening. Miss Dorothy
Pleasants gave several piano solos.
A short program was given at
assembly at the local high school
this morning. Celeste Olson gave
two vocal solos, "When the Heart
Was Young" and "Memories." The
charge in the installation of the
student council was given by Ar
noold Lau, principal of the high
school. The meeting was then con
ducted and announcements were
made by Benny Rosenfleld, presi
dent of the school council. Den-
2207 4th Av. Rock lolcr-
Phone R. 1. 988 ,
Suerar. 5 lbs. . . .
49 lb- sack Ceresota lour . ,
49 lb. sack Jersey Cream Flour , g1
10 lb. sack Graham Flour (guaranteed fresh) fcl
w id. sacK ye r iout or nye xvieai,
A 1 Mi 1
i guaranteed iresn;
iu id. saaurure cucKwneai s lour
(guaranteed fresh) ...T.
10 lb. sack Corn Meal (white or yellow)
iguaranieea iresn; ..... t
z pKgs. rancaKe r iout jj,
, i ganon can ivaro oyrup . . :
Tall can Carolene or Enzo Compound . . . .91J
Small can Hebe Compound Se
3 small cans Pet Milk . . . .30c
3 small Carnation or
Libby's Milk ....... "...20c
4 email aVn Camp's, Good ,
Luck. Armour's or Dan- '
ish Pride Milk Sec
2 tall cans Evaporated
Milk See
3 pkgs. Aunt Jemima
Pancake Flour 49c
3 lbs. fresh Prunes (nice
sise) 50c
1 lb. fresh Prunes (40 to
50) 25e
Del Monte Seedless Raisins
per pkg. 29c
Dried Apricots, fresh, lb. S9e
3 pkgS. Jeilo rr.-!i 40c
2 pkgs. Jiffy Jell 25e
4 lbs. bulk Oatmeal, fresh 25e
Corn Flakes, pkg 10c
2 pkgs. Post Toasties 2.'C
3 pkgs. Puffed Rice . .-.v .60c
Golden Rod Coffee, lb. ...43c
3 lbs. Poa berry (best
grade) Coffe U00
3 lbs. Santos Coffee $1.00
hi lb. can Cocoa ; 25c
.1 lb. Japan or Gunpowder
Tea 50c
10 bars P. & G. or Fels
. Naptha
10 bars Kirk Flake or
urysui White M;
12 bars Lenox Soap ......jJ
10 bars Amber Soap u
2 pkgs. Lux 1
10 bars Santa Ctaus
3 bars Palmolire or Creat
Oil J
2 cans Corn (Fowler
brand) gj
2 cans Standard Peas ...
2 cans (Jampbell's Beans .
2 cans Campbell Soups ..
No. 2 Tomatoes, can lltl
2 large cans Pumpkin ...till
Red Bears, per can Htl
3 cans Sliced Pineapple .till
3 large cans Peaches or I
Apricots tiff
3 large cans Green Gagt Apv
Plums in Syrup $11
Tall can Salmon nil
lb. can Pink Salmon llfel
1 lb. can Pine Burr
Salmon litl
Popcorn, riced, guaranteed
popping Htl
Good Luck Oleo, per lb 37!J
Nut Oleo, per lb 33c
Pure Lard (SUverLeaf) 24V
Potatoes (Minnesota White), pk. 35c, bu. $13
5 lbs. Sweet Potatoes (Virginias) 25c
3 Grane Fruit (nice size) 25c
Wylie H. Keeley was last even
ing elected worshipful master of
Trio lodge, No. 57, at the annual
election held at the Masonic tem
ple. Other officers elected :
Senior warden S. P. Burgess.
Junior w&rden B. L. Chapman.
Treasurer Henry Kramer.
Secretary Ray O. Roderick,
Member of the board of control
Ira J. Roberts.
Auditor William H. Voss.
Mr. Roderick and Mr. Kramer
were reelected to serve another
The date for the installation of
the officers has not been set. The
lodge other than the selection of
the officers only transacted routine
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Store Hour W t3H7SniI SlURE SEE Saturday
8:30 to 5:30 lltW I VtUi H Wditi 9:00 to $":0i
mum luuvwnnmc.
Clearance Sale of .Wall Paper
In Bundle Lots
Bundle lots of Wall Paper suitable for kitchen, bath-,
room; bedroom, living room, dining room and small
hall, 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 a bundle, this sale for Sat
urday only Come early!
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(TMri fleer)
Cor. 7th Ave. and 12th St.
Received a shipment of over half a ton of Alpine
Chocolates from Boston, Mass. All strictly pure, high
grade chewing and nut centers. Selling elsewhere at $ 1 .00
and $1 .25 per lb., will be sold tonight and Saturday only,
in 5 lb. boxes at
67c per lb.
"Merry Christmas"
this year by giving some
thing electrical.
Electric Gifts combine all
' that is desirable in a
. Christmas remembrance
beauty, utility, lasting serv-
toe and, yea, economy, tool
Come early to oar Electric
y Shop. Bring your list and
let cs help you.
Leithner & Weishar
Electrical Dealers
v Real Holiday Bargains On Many Brands Over 10,000
Cigars Must Go Look Them Over.
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IjZ Preferencia, Little 7c size .Box of 50
La Preferencia, New Opera, 8c size Box of 50
Roi Tan, 11c size '. Box of 50
Rubina, Rothschild's, 10c size Box of 50
Flor De Melba, selected 10c size '. . .Box of 50
Flor de Melba, Perf ecto, 2 for 25c size Box of 50
Girard, Merchant's, 2 for 25c size Box of 50
Girard, Broker's, 15c straight size Box of 50
Girard's Educator, 20c straight size Box of 50
Hand made, 10c size .Box of 50
Romeo Garcia, lt)c size .Box of 50
Chicago Motor Club, 10c straight Box of 50
Irapeno del Mundo, Manila, 8c size Box of 100
Jose Grand, 10c size . . . ; Box of 50
Many Other Brands Priced Low As Above
11 8c Cigars Saturday and Sunday J
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aii ioc uigars, Saturday and Sunday
I All 20c Cigars, Saturday and Sunday 2 for Sft
All 25c Cigars, Saturday and Sunday 2 far 4
ISIS Third ire. Keek Island, IU.
. Phone X. L ISM
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