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1SIICCC3S i St IMN. fHedsl to The Argus.) 1IL. liv p. - lit U townihip, died 4a .Vgej art mllci southeast ' . . tk , IM Af ft? ' '- liowUf moraine His tfetth j"5ilf of om of the of this Ticlnlty. mr health (Zgt been robast tor several . thou h n tlken c tstsrwt and participation in J tatgemcnt ot bis farms and Stlttin np to the time of fStl Illness which terminated kit death. ' y. ' r aerred during the Civil war k Otmor 0, of the Illinois Lfi. beinc cited for brarerv, uaaf in IB pitched battlea, ae Ztfag county historians. He SVaodeat, quiet reUrtng Me, Leter awing sought . office nor Malaaace, though be served at jgjjgga times in some ot the town 2J, faces. No union with any Ssreh, lodge or society was bin tsrtM bU lifetime. A voter in IM township for 68 years, Mr. gaits bad been affiliated with the i Dmoerstic party all tbat time, and Am Pavlown, The Incompar-ahle- u Urmly f the aeliet that km organlsatton shonld be continoops to bo properly effective. She l op posed to change of personnel merely for. the sake of change. That is why. after aa -Absence of nearly four rears, she comes her Monday evening. Dec, 17, with virtnally the same principals in her Ballet Raise. She comes to the Coliseum. Dav enport, with a riper art from tri umphal tows of Central and Sonth America. Spam, France, Belglm. and from recently surpassing her c-ngnsn successes in a ions season at the Drury Lane theatre in Lon don. She comes with six new bal lets and ' 14 divertissements that have not been seen heretofore in this country, and with costames, scenery and other equipment from London.;- When the was induced by For tune Gallo, the grand opera taper sario. to make a limited tour of the principal cities of the United States and Canada under his management, she advised him that, while her new numbers would be enough to complete her programs, it would he the part of Wisdom to present some of her earlier successes. He de cided to seek the opinions of the public through local managers and followers of the dance. As a consequence, the famous ballerina and her ballet master, Ivan Clustine, chose her programs Amanita," "Chopinlana," "Floras k. hid voted at 1(S presidential , a wiknin " ."nun mi -snnw. (IscumS in nis me uiuc. ' your daughters and three sons nrrtve the deceased. They are as follow: Mlis Letha Smith of lant township, Miss Abbie Smith f Topsinnlsh. Wash., Miss Addie gaits ot Peoria, Miss Bertha Smith ef Psoris, Lamont Smith "of Cktaey, Wash., and Fred and Ur 1 bis Smith of Lynn township. An eldir brother, Erastus Smith of Galtsburg, close to 90 years of age, list ssrvtves. His wife and four children preceded him in death. THRACE GARDENS OPENING DEC. 23 . Asaoaneement of the date of the tormtl opening of the Terrace Gar- I dot, the new restaarant in the I Kshl building, was made by Man- I iftr A. H. Beck as the evening of . Ptrties T ill be served on mer it nttons only and Manager Beck has I tim&j booked halt ot the number J sf available reservations. There I wfll be special music from the Gar- 4ns orchestra and additional en ? ttrtsinmeut features with dancing. A taring will begin at 6 o'clock. , PKOPEBTT HOLDERS' NOTICE. General No. 551. Notice is hereby given to all per ms interested that the board of IamI imnrnemnt nf tha cltT of Rock Island, 111., has filed in the 5 cointy court of Rock Island coun " tf, a certificate of the cost of the X tapiwement entitled in said court, I- "Is Re Petition ot the City of Rock blind. 111., to assess the cost of the construction ot a watermain on trwBteenth street from the sonth lit of Brashar's addition south 400 tot," and said certificate also shows 1st court costs, the amount ot sc ent interest and the total amount of atid assessment, and said cer ttfcate also states that the said Improvement conforms substantial ly to the requirements of the orig ail ordinance for the construction of the same, as required by law, sad that final bearing on said cer tineste will be had on the 29th day of December, A. D. 1S20, t the koBT ot 9 o'clock a. m, or as soon thereafter as the business of the court will permit All persons de siring may file objections in said tourt before said day and may ap pear on the hearing and make their effuse. Dated at Rock Island, 111. this 14th day of December. A. D. 1920. H. M. SCHRIVER, . . M. T. RUDGREN. . FRANK WICH, , JOHN MURRIN. ' WILLIAM F1TZSIMMONS. Board ot Local Improvements ot : . the City of Rock Island, I1L flakes," and the newer "Autumn Leaves," "The Fauns," "Msxlcan Dances," "La Peri," "Schubertiana," and "Thais." Beside the 14 new diverissments mentioned there are It others that are revivals former' popular hare. , No less painstaking has been the selection of a symphony orchestra under Theodore Stier, musical di rector for Pavlowa on former Amer ican tonra. Alexandre Volinine. long a favor ite with American audiences, still remains as Pavlowa's dancing part ner. In certain numbers, two other male dancers support the famous Russian, Herbert Stowitts - and Mechislav Piaaowskl IT IS . that wonderful Nougat and that Caramel so different that Is making yon ask for Deltannt when buying Pecan Confection. Pre-War Prices M. Davidow, Prop., 921 3rd Ave. Phone R. I. 4994 V ' Compet ; 7 Price itor's Overhaul Motor . . . $20.00 935.00 Overhaul Real Axle 5.00 7.50 Reline Brake Bands. 2.50 3.50 Valves ground and carbon removed 1 ' 2.50 3.50 Ford c-xpert repairing Straight time on any work 85c per hour. Work done by time or by the job. Established 1918. All work guaranteed. Don't Forget Your Discount . . ISVriTTMJI that after yon have once tasted onr Meadow Brook Milk chocolates and Deltannt you are really pleased that the Abraham candy factory is onear you! Rill EII1 flllll Sill Wl tile rn eternal at 10c tm il. Co. Ft. raor tento for vma. jmt : He par K. W. . for Wr, II MM wttfala 10 dars fna Uto dale oa jvnr lBvole. AvaU yonneV el ibis opsertanUr. to tkn. .... PK0PLE8 POWIB CO. We Want Your ELECTRICAL REPAIR WORK ' Call M.&F. ELECTRIC CO. 1625 3rd Awe. Phone R. 1. 1356 from 'GIFT Lam A Gamers Hair Robe If you're looking for something very very swell in a Robe, we have it; it's a Camel's Hair Robe trimmed in cao?dwi.th?t!n.sU $30.40. Others at $7.60 to $22 En0T Ycta- Xxra Sstccs VeTaGbCKhTl, Thursday Is The Last Day of Our Six Day Howe FurnhhingSi Rugs. Linoleums, Boys' SiutSiSillzs Dress Goods Big Sale of Home Furnishings China baby plates, neatly deco rated, previously priced at OQp 65c Sale price English china dinner sets, S3 pieces, prices ranging from 45.00 to 84.50. Just two sets to sell at yi price. Fancy Japanese china cups and saucers. Neatly decorated. While 50 dozen last QRA each , C Crystalized stove boards. Wood linetJ 30x30 size. Regular 1 t( price, 2.50. Sale price AoUe7 Size 33x33. Regular price 2.75. Sale 1 OQ price XoOe7 "Big Wonder" oiled mop, regular i.oo seller and a 25 cent bottle of polish and handle. Com- ftQ pletefor , ; (Limit of one to a customer.) Genuine "Rid Jid" ironing board, a board that will not wiggle, wabble, slip or slide. Sold everywhere for 4.50' to 5.00. Our price O QO while they last JO Mahogany serving trays, neat cen ter designs wood handles; makes an excellent Xmas gift. Former priced 2.75.' One hundred "J QQ to sell at Aee7e7 Smoking stands. Bronze finish, one match and two cigar holders. 1.95 An unusual value at Japo borax and Bluebird cleansers, for all, cleansing and scour- Ag ing purposes per can High grade parlor broom, made of the best Illinois broom corn, 4-sewed with varnished handles. These brooms have been selling for 1:25. ' While 150 gQ Rugs and Floor Coverings In This Special Sale 45.00 to 60.00 Tapestry rugs in floral designs, your choice of 25 room size rugs, 9x12 size only :rh 33.50 17.95 t0 2I-95 Wool Fibre rugs. 7.6x9 and 6x9. Just 10 in this :s 12.95 28.95 Wool Fibre rugs. Sizes 8.2x10.6 and 9x12. 16.95 47.00 to 65.00 Velvet Ax minster , rugs. Sizes 79 9,75 6x9. Nov, r'y 55.00 to 75.00 Velvet Axminster Rugs. Size 9x12." V"-' Choice Axminster . and velvet rugs. 25 in this lot. Size 27x54. Reduced from 4.39 in velvet' Reduced 1.69 47.00 7.00 and 7.95 to Stair carpet and tapestry, from 3.00 and 3.25 yard Ingrain and rag carpet. 36 inches wide. Reduced from 1.50. Yard Remnants 8.4 wide. . Cotolap and Feltex. Re duced from 1.00 and 1.25, per square .-KAs yard UUt Inlaid linoleum, 8.4 wide. Regular 3.50, at Y . price, a 1 7K square yard -t-etv Printed linoleum, 8.4, very choice pat terns. Reduced from 1.5a Square 1 1Q yard at AoXi7 Sale In Six Departmerlts Men's Furnishings, and Linens Just For Boyo Your unrestricted choice of our en tire stock of boys' suits at 50 per cent discount. This includes cor duroys, blue serges, fancy wool tweeds and suitings in the wanted heather mixtures. All tailored in the best manner possible, many with extra trousrs, in the styles boys like. - . 9.00 Suits Less 50 Per Cent, 4.50 -11.45 Suits Less 50 Per cent, 5.73 13.50 Suits Less 50 Per Cent, 6.75 17.50 Suits Less 50 Per Cent, 8.75 19.50 Suits Less 50 Per Cent, 9.75 21.50 Suits Less 50 Per Cent, 10.75 24.50 Suits Less 50 Per Cent, 12.25 Boys' warm tennis flannel night shirts, all sizes to 18, re- ' "I OK duced from 2.00 to Boys' warm tennis one-piece sleep ing suits, all sizes to l44 1 HO duced from 2.50 to I ; f Boys' warm tennis pajamas, one piece style, reduced from O AO 3-25 to Boys' shirts with military collars. Light and dark striped percale arid madras. 1.50 and 1.75 ' 112 values. Sale price , Boys' dress shirts, bands and : French cuffs. Percale and madras striped.- 1.25 value. Sale price 1.68 and 2.00 values. Sale price ' - 2.75 values, Sale price Boys' blouse waists, choice of all 1.50 and 1.68 values Boys' blouse waists, fancy woven madras and mercerized stripes, 2.00 and 2.75 values. Sale 1 OK prices 1.59 and AeetF Choice of all boys' mackinaw coats, all wool plaids. Unrestricted choice at 33 1-3 off- Rag rugs. Plain colors. Red, rose, green, blue. Regular . 2.95. "I 7Q Size 27x54, at A ' 1 .V Rugs. Plain colors, tan, 36x72. Regular O AQ 5.25, at -; su Rag rugs. Hit and miss patterns, f , Size 24x5a. Regular 2.00, 1 "I Q each L'A' Rag rugs. Hit and miss patterns. Size 27x54. Regular 2.25, 1 Q . each A.UeX Rag rugs. Hit and miss patterns. Size 36x60. ' Regular 2.98, 1 7Q each Rag rugs. Plain colors, tan, red, rose, green, size 30x60. O OQ Regular 3.75 at A0" UlfsUI ISW 95c 19 1.85 BUY CHRISTMAS LINENS NOW : 70 inch all linen table damask, specially re duced, for, this O OC sale, yard 70 .inch - all Hnen table damask, specially re duced for this O rTf sale, yard 70 inch all linen table damask, specially re duced for this A OK sale,' yard O 20x40 white towels, heavy quality, each Linen finish 16 inch, yard 70 inch all linen table damask, specially re duced for this O Qt sale, yard 4?0 70 inch all linen table damask, specially re duced for this O fiC sale, yard O.VO 70 inch all linen table damask, specially re duced for this ft CA sale, yard O.OV 72 inch linen finish mer cerized ' table damask, formerly 2.50 "I '7Q yard, special ' 72 inch mercerized table damask former- OQ ly 1.89, special . Aw Mercerized table da mask, 64 inches wide, good patterns, 39 C Turkish Huck towels, 17x34, red Fancy towel sets. Our 45c , S:r(orplain 45c 1.98. - Fancy huck toweling,. . . . . -toweling, ig inch, part linen, floral "Vigilant" .sheets, 15c .d!!rs 89c ?' m 1.19 yard Buy, Gifts For " HIM" In This Sale Best blanket bathrobes, Fine percale shirts, Men's silk shirts, crepe heavyweight, in hand- French; cuffs a n d de chine, Broadway si !k some color combina- starched cuff styles, f lot,h and. tub silk. Orig- tions in conventional ratterns m wide range . " J X , . fl-rlil . 1 . 1 1 a a nn -wwww of colors, formerly 2.50 and 2.75. 1 TO . XlVU and Indian designs. Sale prices, 13.50, 10.50, 550 7.50 Men's extra heavy fleece lined union suits, re duced from 3.25 218 Sale price .'. .. ' '".'... Men's grey merino fin ished ribbed ' shirts and drawers, reduced from 1.95 -Sale price Sale price Silk stripe novelty fab rics and Russian cords. French cuff style shirts. Values to 7.25. J. OK Sale price Madras dress shirts in Satin stripes and cords, and best cambric shirt ings. French cuffs. Values to 3.75. O ACk Sale price . 15.00. Sale price Dress shirts of novelty fabrics. Many with Taney stripes. French cuffs. Values to O CC, 4-45- Sale price Silk stripe novelty fab rics and Russian cords.' French cuff style shirts. Values to 7.25. A OC Sale price 0 Men's silk shirts, crepe de chine, Broadway silk cloth, and tub silk, orig inally priced to ivoo. 6.95 price...,.,, , ww Dress Goods Coatings and Silks Reduced 9T147J J I I III FINE DRESS GOODS Tricotine, P o i r e t Twill, Epingleine, Pop lin, French and Men's Wear Serge, ranging in price up to 6.00 a yard. This lot Q 7K yard- D THISTLETOP COAT ING This is the cloth for a real stylish coat. Blue and brown mix tures, well worth 10.50. , 5.50 TRICOLETTES. firm ly knitted, smooth and perfect finish: 36 inches wide and remarkably low priced, colors, at yard . CHIFFON All wanted 2.50 VELVET, beautiful quality dress velvet of the richest weaves in all the better shades. This has been jelling at.;' f ACk T2.;o. Yard . WASH SATIN, excel lent quality for dainty underwear, soft and his-. 250 yard.,.. . FANCY WOOL PLAIDS, all wool, splendid patterns for skirts and coats, re duced from 7.50 A QQ and 8.5b. Yard kf SILVERCORD COAT ING, reindeer and brown. One of the sea son's high class H QK fabrics, yard 1 KUMSI KUMSA, some beautiful color combina tions. This high class silk sold for 10.00 a few months ago. O A Q Yard O.W PLAIN AND NOVEL TY T.AFFETAS. in plaids and striped figured and changeable. I'ormer price up to 4.00 P US:S Y WILLOWS AND RADIUMS both in a fine variety of shades, for dresses, waists, linings, O QQ etc. vard t70 TR1COLETTE SPE CIAL, the popular blouse quality, a shade lighter in weight than our better- 1 grade. Yard BARONETTE SAT IN, 38 inches wide, col ors are copen, rose and 3.98 54 INCH VELVET, in mahogany and reindeer. The early price was '?9S 8.50 NOW ; FANCY RADIUM AND LINING SILKS, beautiful patterns and color combina- 1 QQ tions, yard 1-uoi FANCY WOO L PLAIDS, beautiful col-; lection of cloths that have been selling from 7.50 to 8.50. Q QQ Now, yard UO, SamoivLDLan3acgr A'sSssVllsSsSa ' 3 ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME THE ARGUS f. . ' t "