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Mayor Bchrlter does aot contend, sry. bread; k i dtv u ia uw tnroee r i Patera be ertaw ware, tat feare tk mattMi will grow nor serioas as tte - ter wean oo. A paa wwam d ota to set patrolmen. Jtas ". board of era aSd ftolfee alenera will than ba aeke p- ftnln aa man on tha fOfca. CBiaf Cos U ait oa batiag flva aaw patrol men, y " ' Thefe are It member of tha po lice force now, and oaten tteaa are patrolmen and throe are detae tlTei. Three patrolmen and 4j tacttra work day, four pairoajon nil a detective work aichta. Tka third detectWe worka from m until mldfclght., ' V I ad Vr 1m Crises Bay OtlMfX of Eapaayayatt "TbUee Chief Tom Cox waata Uto potlcemen appointed under 3 to lnsare better protection of city doriag what ha bellerei 31 prove exceptionlly unsettled daring the next few months. ' The elty traaaary ia low, bat , !yor Barry M. ichrlrer U back Vg Chief Cox ia bis request for y-idlUoasi patrolmen. The mayor Jao bailer a that there may be an va crease la ertme during tha win tar. He bates hla opinion on the fact that many men bare been thrown out of work and that eome mt the leas steady of these will turn to robbery to keep the wolf from he door. Outsiders, It Is also athoaght, might roro into this city to take a naad in the robbery game. j Commissioner William H. Flts- atmmona, ia charge of the depart- j meat of public health and safety. ' said that his department funds, out or which new police officers would to be paid, ara low. He laid that Chief Cox haa spoken to him .about more patrolmen. , ; I There have been two highway robberies and twohome burglaries t. reported by tha local police in the - ,..last sis weeks. In addition two - other homes were entered, but the Burglars were frightened away. a friend, two chickens; Peters bakery, bread; Trfaity UAITSPDONATIONS ;k , 017 nOnE EEFOUT Tha fniiowinc donations are in eluded in the report issued Dy us nitrnn nt RethinT home: West nd Bakery, oreao; uin- lan bakery, bread; Bake Rite oak- batar. food; Mra. lohaaoa. Mollnft Jelllaas Mra. R. c ciara awca Island. tlt amUjeMes; L 0. OfF, VoUae, food; Mra. Copp( Bock lalaac, hap; maadamea Hobbe, Heafojrd MtteteUrcraabarrtea; Bock Ialasd schools, 4M quarts Jellloa and Jams; 47 quarts can ned fralta and regetablea, t'.i baahela monies, besides onions, car- rota, cabbages, pumpkins, squash. popcorn and other loofl, oeurerea free of r.harsa or William Ferkel; Scath Park Presbyterian 8anday school wrtmarr elaea Jelliss aad canned fruits; Union . Congrega tional Sunday school ' of Moline, canned fralUa aad leUiea; Moline Woman's dab, 12 smarts cannea fruits aad ragotablea' and 34 gmeaea Jellies and Jama; East Mo use tneaaa, zo cnicceu ana m friend. $5. besides 1J glasses Jel lies, 60 Quarts caaned fruit, apples aad potatoes given at the time oi the reception and 240 bomsmaae cookies given by Mra. A, T. Ron S7 children were eared for at tha boms durlngttio month ot Noremner and there ara now oa at the home.. SPECIAL ' 200 new Plsyer Rolls of var ious makes to be sold at ; HALF PRICE BOWLBY'S MUSIC HOUSE 1M5 Second Arrnoe ALICE JOYCE It at tks' ll a Sensational Story of S Tangled Lives - 1 THE I PREY A Tale of Society, Politics, Finance and Love A Big s Special Pradsctloa i PATHE BE TIE W Hill IHTCOL1T0 TOWN ' ' ES BEPBODUCED P S. FELDBEIN GROCERIES AT REDUCED, PRICES 2207 4th Av. Rock Island v .Phcne R. I. 988 NOTHING BUT BARGAINS ALL OUR MERCHANDISE GUARANTEED Potatoes Per pk. 35c, perbu. . . .$1,35 49c 49c 35c 25c 98c 50c $2.59 $2.49 $2.69 e o 79c 98c e Cane Sugar (5 lb. limit to each) 5 lbs. ...r..... Best Creamery Butter (not delivered) per lb. Good Luck Oleo, per lb Small cans Hebe Compound, 6 for ' Tall cans Hebe Compound, 10 for .t Small cans Armour's or Danish Pride, 9 for 49 lb. sack Ccresota Flour ... 49 lb. sack Jersey Cream . Flour 49 lb. sack Pillsburg's Best or Goldrim Flour '. . . 2 pkgs. Pancake Flour t , 4 lb. sack Aunt Jemima or v Armour's Pancake Flour 1 gallon ' Karo 1 gallon Jones County Bororhiim fvt pig. Ulilli L.i.lUiLttl id. acK to. n luetti . . , ' Iri Hite or ycili 10 lb. koci iiucaMuuot kiour lel Moulo Seniles Haiiius .' It pKgs. Mince blcdl ..... . 2 psgs. Jeilj or Jwy Jel. v... 3 Ids. fcesU l'ruoos (luce size) Lxira large Prunes, (tuxoij per lb. Dried Apricots, pur lb SPECIAL! Standard bnuius Corn, Peas, Tomatoes Large can ParK and Beans in tomato sauce 10c 4yc Red Beans, por can t large cans Pumpklu J cans Mustard Sardines I cans Pink - Salmon Pino Burr Salmon, per lb. ft 22 oz.' JafTicHbgg's Jelly (reft, price 50c) 1 3 cans sliced Pineappld .... f 3 cans Green Gage 01 A A Plums Vivv (Facked in gyrno) 3 cans Peaches or (1 AA Aprlcota ltUU 3 nice Grape Fruit .... 54bs. Sweet Potatoes . 79c 25c 25c SUc 25c 39c :12c 10c . 10c 25c 25c 25c 45c 35c $1.00 SOAP SPECIALS - 3 bare Palmolive OP or Creme Oil Soap LoZ t bars Sweetheart Soap 12 bars Lenox Soap 10 bars Santa Claus y 10 "bars White Laundry Soap "10 bars Kirk Flake or Sunny Monday-.-. 10 bars Fels Naptha or P. & O., Id Dutch Cleanser . .'; 3 cns Kitchen Cieanser . . . . 8 rolls good Ifeilet Paper S boxes aMtches ,25c . Mlc .Wc 59c 69c .79c 11c ..25c 25c 25c 43c ...39c $1.00 Walnuts 1920 crop) . . a . . . . . . ...... Y We Also Carry a Fall line at Freak YegctaMea aa4 tntt COFFEE SPECIALS Golden Rod Every Day CoSee 3 lbs. Good Pea- i twrr vun .... iua. uuvu frl nil COffee ....91.UU H lb. can 9C- Cocoa .X, aIC 15c can ' . j , 1 A Cocrn .... IOC V Criaco. on . per lb. salfC Pure Lard, per lb 4 lbs. Nary 9? Beans sawC :......... .....25c ........... ;,..2Sc 35c 23ic . Sprucneld. IIL- Restoration ot tha vfllat of New Salem, where Abraham Lincoln woraed as gro cery clerk, fell in love with Ann Rutledge, carried the postofflce in his bat and whipped the champion of tha "aairs qrore boysr will ba completed by next spring, and with tha addition ot the old Salem museum, will be thrown open aa the Old Salem state park, accorsKj Ing to announcement ot State Arch itect Edgar- Martin. . , . Log huts as they were in Lin coln's day hare been rebuilt. Their location and arrangement Is exact. Foundations were found undlsturb ed, excepflty the wear of time, and the houses reconstructed oyer them. Atmosphere of 1831 to 1837 in ao far aa possible is reembodied. The store where Uncoin was clerk, the mill an the Sangamon river, and allother structures of "New Salem" so rich In memories of the great American, hare been completely restores ana iac omy ue swap ftng tonchea. . Besides , reprodacing the actual Tillage, the suta has ndded a Urge frame house ot the better class la Lincola'a day, which wiU aerre aa a state mnsenm to kosae Lincoln relics. : This house ia modeled after a Una old residence in St. ,Gene vUt Ua wlich rillaa Mr, Mar tin said ia ai a town lifted bodily out of the last centufy7 The archi tecture la ot the best ot Lincoln's day. -V Contracta for the wiring, heating and plumbing of the museum have Jvat been let la restoring New Salem the de partment was forced to follow the same tactic used in restoration of more Ancient ' cities. Net Salem dwindled rapidly after Lmcoln mored away, and Shortly aner lsav was entirely deserted. Tirnen tne laat general assembly authorised tha creation ot Ue Old Salem state park, only the weather-beaten foun dations could be found. ' The 62 acres of restored Tillage and state park are 23 miles north west of Springfield, in Menard county. - f - X road brakeman asked ir the same eleven rorty-fonr." Sidney Pmlu" number aa hit caboose couldn't ba Chicago cartoonist, appliat laT2 alloted to him. . t iauto lioense In a uataae mZ.J rfeMt a .Ha aurtaut tnr a. '.In . TrlKnnA. 1... . "UWI j . i t- - n it. J an at aWoiitisiiaee - QUETZlllEQirKJTS y OS cnncurjiw itar as U pracUcable to nil tne re- draws a cartoon of th. . - ' ' .--: Jq.octs. s - " - 1 driving an automobile Into the , - . :-.' " . Toaraney uorman oi j Biona.ot. r. cjnmerson and maktn. Zr SpripgneM. - III. Hundreds . ef avenue, La Grange, annually gees mal application for wmibor -lTT httura ara pouring daUy Into the Illinois. license Vo, 1. Mr. Gorman the license number that atwari?' office of Secretary of State.Loaie L. ia known as the "father of the auto- pears on the dumps' - 1? Emmeraon from aatoista through-; mobUe law" oMhis state. He will auto. , oat tha state -who desire Ucense.be realloted that number this year.i ohn TX Oglesby, lieuteaaat sat nambera tor 1121 minus "Jinx" num- OeWitt Montgomery, of this Rty. emor; favors the number "7" J riT raja.. former secretary to Secretary of auto licenses. He has one car n "Ton may give me ny number State Lout Stevenson; who had istered under number "755 uiL bat IS" la a frequent plea, which is . "13" in 1920, baa made applicatn other machine under number TH eoBMUmea - amplified by, "Also for the same "lucky" number next ! C J. Doyle ot this chitttL. pieaae oon t gwe ma a license waere year. nr. mviiugouiery nuijiKrnj oi w, win get Ucmu the numbers added will total 13." not have an accident this year while number "100" for bis 1921 car. jSi Attachea of the state automobile arrang nis car wiin license num-i i. ncuutcneon. cnicaga carl00i department say some applicants ber "13." t ) win get number "19," and jC . King W. Lranerf numorous wru-i upaam oi an-ago. treasurer of tai er, last January applied for and 'Republican national commitfcaaiv ived license number "tourrget numoer -iz." , - want liosnae cumbers the same as their talephoae lumber, their house or their lodge number, one rail I I 1 Sale of Silk Hosiery ! $1.95 207 W. Second St, Dayenport Sale of Sillo Hosiery 1SS I w I e Vill -C ontmue f oi Saturday Our Great receivi l2 Sal Dresses of Tricotine, Velour Velvet Poiret Twill, Satin, Etc, I r rice oaie or DRESSES 1 i in i . ' . ..t ' ', Every dress in this sale is mark ed at absolutely half the early win ter price.. , The style types are many and an equally wide choice of silk or wooL materials. Every dress a splen- did bargain. , r Gift Suggestions handsome ouse, up. $3.95 A sale of fine silk petticoats $4.98 Silk camisoles, $1.00 and up Box handker chiefs Children's furs Hand" bags I I , s'raair basement teisr A Before-Gliristmas ! Dresses for Party , Street Dance Afternoon Evening V, On all Toys, Games, Polls, Doll Furniture, Doll Buggies, Desks, Sleds, ' Coaster Wagons, Doll Clothes, Trains, Meccano Sets, Erector Sets, v. Structo Sets, Christmas Tree Trimmings Bird Cages, Books, Lifetime Aluminum, Jardeniers, Stem Glassware, Cut Glass,v Waste Paper Bas kets, Shopping Baskets, Wash Boilers. w aist STARTING Saturday GEORGETTES II WOOL JERSEY Crepe De Chene brings silk shirt waists that are ideal for your own use or forCHRISTM AS GIFTS at a price that makes them true bargains LIGHT AND DARK SHADES All Other Waists Now Reduced for this Sale Sale J I I Every SUIT in NOW 1 MARKED I All the finest materials in suits are to be found here. tke H X ouse Whether you want to spend $16 or $150 we have'in this half PRICESALE a suit to satisfy your requirements. - I I I I Coats an J . rVraps a. T at .Lower Prices Coats with loose, belted or blouse back, draping wrap effects, fur trim med, plain or embroidered coats. Long and short plush coats of good quality. EXCELLENT CHOICE IN OUR COAT SHOP ATJJBERALLY 1 f REDUCED PRICES After Christmas Prices on FUR COATS ' You will find our Fur Cdats sell ing at prices that you usually find in January or February. ' We have cut, the price very low for a quick clearance 6f.this department All furs marked in plain figures. A. Special for Saturday rdd!e...... $1.59 No. 2 Kiddie & Kar ...... $L.LO No. 3 Kiddie PIANOS. Schoenhut Upright Pianos varnished mahogany finish, real musical . instrument, each key an accurate note, sound , produced by steel piate; never gets out of tune. Special for Saturday, our dollar size HI for '.......etuC' Toys Jackie Acrobats Uncle Sam's Big Show they do a thousand tricks; made of wood; very" amusing for the child. 'The S1.70 size Box - special for ' d Saturday ..,.K. . . . sM." Victory Drums', . OQ, for Saturday .... .. oVC Hummer Train and Track, pne engine, coal car and pas- STf.r $1.19. Dolls t One lot of slightly soiled Dollsaat HALF PRICE All other Dolls at 20 PERCENT DISCOUNT. $1.25 Doll Walker $2.99 Kid Body Doll $4.34 value, special for Saturday at . . $2.75 Christmas Susffif estion to Men rm WU,tU. I -What Gift Wilt Be Appreciated L as Much as a ALUIHIJUTl DOUBLE ROASTER This practical utensil can be used every day' in the year on top of the stove over one one burner, and in the oven. In the Alum inum Boaster a whole meal can be prepared at one time over one burner, it can be used for baking bread,frying crullers, bak ing apples, for canning and preserving, for roasting meat or fowl, as a bread or cake pan. This roaster in the medium size is large enough for a, turkey or goose, Special 7 'TfA for Saturday ....;. ' 4) eeVy Housefurnishing Specials 6 white Cups and Saucers, (umit 6 to a cus tomer) 8-inch brown and white Casserole . . 8-cup Aluminum -Percolator 5'2 quart Alumi num Tea Kettle.. $125 ...69c $125 $2.98 Dun'ap Cream Whip, "5Q with silver blade .... v $1.19 Rock-a-Bye Baby Swing Cut Glass Water Set, jug and 6 tumblers, Special for TT?. ;......$3.99 I s ) 2 - y.