rt testae- Can
lie ait bSdItj whe here
; terfcrfeed sjerefaaau aaa
,J ct CttMorf aim tndt
' tie cmm of the tragic deatu
-urh P. Hamilton aider Um
M ea iatefarbaa tain lata 'Linden T. Smith
f sight wu brought out at
rt2rt iaraeat h14 wer tte
af tht rletim is Dereaport
i of tha gang of marauders, tt
ta 1 ., na rroteMy Va m-.
aaa racStea waawt '.Staff, am.;
uexactt xa,aafir riywr,
slave at tie total tac uw.&tlttjr;
That tha aecideat cearred abort
aidalght vaa apparently eetsMun-
MMf tha tcatlMt ssf aewass tt-
lag, near tae eeeae f tha trageay.
wb tasUned Uat'groaaa ot agony
vara heart aboat that time, bat that
taareb of the rtcialty felled to re
real tha lajared maa, whose nM
Ja4 boar aaa amputated Ibsba
vara foendby tha craw ot tha tnt
ear eaettwoad from tha barna aboot
7 o'clock Monday morning.
Licensee) to Wed I
Larinia Harper....... Rock. Island
akiwu n k. HTaiaren ...i....
Hnlda Oastafson ...............
t ' ,
L. Taees Haawi
Kaitgaatfan te Take
Thc.retigiutio wot take ef- r
oa iU. 1. Beaawhlla Mrs. .
Vance hn beaa erorklng w)th Mia.
Bremen, acwaaiauae: .aerse
thn dsJaa. ! i . S
Mra. Broach la . charter
her of the local chapter, baring
beaa aaaodatal with tha argaalM
Men alaca He beglantag in the
tsrtu of 1917. She baa been aac-
rotary alaoe last epriag and baa
been home aartlca tecUon lecra
tarr for a rear. No other change!
te lakevia the personnel of the chapter vaa
- Mra. Vance baa beaa a Bed Croaa
worker during itt life in thia city.
' The resignation of Mr. F. 8.
Rrnmrh. lie Sato aoartmenta. aa
aecratary of the Rock Island chain
the subsequent . appointment oi
Mrs. i. U Vance, 1711 Twenty-first
street, to the secretaryship, was
announced this morning by T. A.
Mnrpby. Red Cross president.
Mrs. Broach istevering the ac
tive secretaryship relations to the
chapter -due to a need of a 'long
rtf With J 1
. ka.Tins:ll I
V It '
- - -aFa.ak,'.. w - - v .
Vdaw A Iff sUMeaHfllar'wnll fefaMaT alt !
MIVMsterT OT Ufl HOCK U1NU KumrM ej -of -
taTotXnecaTRed Cross anV the meeting of the Bibl. , rtasa,
A. Ail, yonnc men m- ine cut bt
inrited to coma. Sapper will be
serred at :1S o'clock.
When It comas from Joaephaon'a,
it is jast a little better and Jnst a
little cheaper. Try as. .
j a i us ii 1? 3
;u Santa Claiu U bugy every day, now from 10
r'clock in the morning till 5 in the afternoon; liat-
.ainff to every child s want, and giving to the lit
"Ca folks who flock to him, the presents end candy
mat he gives in exchange for the "SantaClaus"
.tickets. : ,; . .
Tdyland is packed with the best toys, more toys
la the Infants' Department, and still more toys on
the Third Floor. The risk and Loosley store
jaakes, Christmas' shopping just like play. Come
in and see. ;,. '
The store that
cott oit ivinf
If it isn't ritfht
teerahle sleds, $2.50
down to $1.39.
S1.3S 14mch Sun-
bonnet dolls, $1.00.
; Checker boards, com
plete, 19c eath.
. ,21 -piece child's tea
set; $3.47 set for $2.50.
Genuine Tinker toys,
Horse and cart toy,
'Trikauto" auto, that
runs wild; 49c. .
Ssnts Clans Tickets . , ,'!
Every diy now until Christmas Ere, every easterner bayinc SSe any
where in ear store will be siren a pretty little "Santa Clans" ticket, free.
Every day now until Christmas, Santa Clans will be here in ear Toy
and Crockery Department with a pretty little present and a stick of
canJy for each cbHd who brings him a "Santo Claus" ticket. ;
SampicArt-picces at Half Price. Beautifully
Worked Show Pieces, Useful Household Linens,
Etc, a Travelers Big Sample Line; V .
In the Art Needlework Department still a fair
lot of sample hand embroidered centers, scarfs,
towels, baby pillows, table runners, novelty bags,
etc. Samples that sold from $1.00 up to $25.00 at
just Half Price. ;
Beautiful artistic handwork in unique designs
make these art nieces acceptable Christmas gifts.
No two alike. No duplicates.
In the Candy Department;
1. We have just received 500 lbs. of new fresh
Christmas candies. Splendid assortment of choc
olates, hard candies, rum drops, regular Christmas
candy and so on, 25c a pound.
Down Go the Prices on LadiesVCoats, Dresses, Sweaters, Underwear, Waists
- Coats that sold for $22.50, now
Coats that began the season at
$25.00 now $14.75.
Beautiful fur trimmed coats at
$35.00 how $24.75.
r 'All the plush and cloth $39.75
peoats now $29.75.
V Costs that sold for $45.00 now
Any coat abeve $65 (runninj
up to $135) one-fourth, 25 off.
Jewelry Samples at Half Price.
5 . , . ..
Jewelry samples of all kinds,
fancy vanity cases, purses,
iombs, brooches, beads, bar
nxns, etc. Your savings will not
M less than one-third.
One hundred dresses, made to sell from $17.50 up to"$75.00;
divided into seven lots, as follows:
ing for $35.00, $37.50, $39.50
and $49.50. We put them all in a
v Fourteen dresses of silks,
serges, and silk poplins, have
been up to $25.00; not all 1920
fall dresses, but well worth from
a half to twice the price $10.00.
Another lot of fourteen dress
es georgettes, satins, taffeta,
tricolette; made to sell at up to
$29.75, choice now for $15.00. '
Forty-five dresses of crepe de
chine, tricotine, serges georg
ettes, etc., have been to $39.75,
going now at, each, $19.75.
These eleven dresses were sell-
one price and say: "Choice for
Dresses of excellent tricotine
and satin combination, satins,
georgettes, tricolettes, etc, were
marked to $55.00. Now we make
them, all of these nine dresses,
each $35.00. M
Ten dresses that were up
$55.00 go now for $39.75.
At $49.50: Y
All the rest of the fall dresses
in stock, worth to $75.00, we cut
now to $49.50.
Prices iti Sweaters Cut in Two on Many Lots. Ladies', Misses? arid
Children's Sweaters in Three Lots:
Sweaters up to $5.00, coat and
&. "'! . slip-over styles
Sweaters worth up to $8.50, a
$12,50 and $15.00 fancy sweaters of brushed wool
and crochet combinations in pastel shades: rinnle.
coat and slip-over styles,
i Ladies' heavy mannish sweaters; link and link stitch; $15.00 values, $12.75.
Ladies' $25.00 fiber silk slip-over and coat sweaters; $18.50.
: $4.98 S V
Slip-over and coat sweaters
worth up to $10.00 for -.
Fancy finest wool sweaters; all coat styles. Colors:
blue, green, white, navy and red; sweaters up to
$15.C0 and $20.00, for
A Bargain in Dressing Sacqucs.
' Ladies' tlJSO dressing sacqucs in fleeced and per
tale; colon: navu. arau. Mack end white check, while
I they last: 97c.
House Slippers; Comfortable Useful Gifts.
The exhibit of house slippers in our shoe depart
ment completes the wants of every member of the
familg, from the fur trimmed -Juliets" for youngsters
to the leather house slippers in Opera and Everett
styles. You surely tan make an appropriate selection
for "the folks at home" from our full supply ot house
Uppers on display now.
opera aud Ererett styles, SS.M and
Men's tray "Couif j" slippersi
St.aS pair. : vv
Children's "Comfy" slippers In
rea sad. Mue. Sl..
Children's fur trimmed "Juliets,"
SUS pair. ' - '
moms- -wuwy- nouM tiinpefe:
astia rihbsa trimmed; aU deeirable
hades, tSSS yard. .
) Ladies' for trimmed "Juliet"
beam alinoera: SUa aalr.
h ladies' Mat mk benee alippera.
-fl-.lsaa leather baaaa dippers h
Granulated Sugar, 10 pounds to each tor SSc with
other groceries over, $2j00.- - ; - ; - :
Best Steam Rendered Lord, 2 pounds to each for
"Extra BlrnJ" cofee, 3 pound
for SI.00. '
Bye Flour. 20 pound has Sl.lt.
Florida Oranges, SOe deav
Calslbrnis Lemous. 2Se dot.
California Dried rruaes, S lbs.
for SSc. . '
., Csliforaia Fits, le pkc. '
;BIue Ribbon brand" macaroni
and spashetti, Itc pk. , --
Fancy Baldwin apples, 4 lbs. for
.Pillsbnrs Preparrd Pancake
Sour, large package, SSc
Leg Cabin Maple Syrap, 4Sc eaa.
Cooked Pork Tenderloin, sliced.
naif pound for SOc ,
Sandwich meat, sliced, 45e fc.'
Brick Cheesr. SSe aewad.
New White Clever Honey, SSc
Medium Red Salmon : 2 half
pound cans for 33c
Veal Loaf, 2 cans for SSc
Vienna Sausage 2 cans for 2Sc.
Potted Meat, 4 ease for SSc.
Dill Pickles, SSc eesea.
Pure Pinecott Preserres, iSc
Pure Raspberry Preserres, 4tc
Jar.-. . .-.
Oil Sardines, 4 cmm far SSc
X, It Will Be a MerryChristmas
, ' ForEveiyoneintheFaiftilyif - ;
FATHER, MOTHER i n l ALL the CHILDREN
ARE MEMBERS OF OUR' ,
Christmas Savings Glub
Just a few pennies, nickels, dimes or more deposited weekly by each mem
. - Her of the family insures one and all a very merry and bounteous Yuletide.
We are organizing our Club now and will be pleased to have you and all
of your family become members.
; It's easy to join. The first deposit makes
you a full-fledged member. There's no red
tape, no fees or fines or deductions.
1 Any further information you desire will
be cheerfully given. Books are open now
WEEKLY DEPOSITS OF
. 25c Pay $12.50
v 50c Pay 25.00
$1.00 Pay . 50.00
2.00 Pay 100.00
' 5.00 Pay 250.00
i With 4 Interest Added
Rock Island Saviijgs Bank
. Plr 111
N. E. Cor. 3rd Ave. & 18th St
All Sales Final No
Refunds or Ex
changes ' None
Taken Back for Credit
Buy only what yon
need- no refunds, no
exchanges or credits
all sales final
207-209 West Second Street, Davenport
Tomorrow Thursday, at 8:30 om We Start Our
We have determined to clear our racks of hundreds of garments at once, to make room
for the incoming Spring stocks take advantage of this exceptional offer and supply
your Christmas and Winter needs now assortments are large but stocks will be depleted
in a very short time, as thrifty shoppers are sure to crowd our store.
Choice t Following Winter Garments
ANY CLOTH COAT IN THE STORE.
ANY PLUSH, COAT IN THE STOEE
ANY CLOTH DRESS IN THE STORE
ANY SILK DRESS IN THE STORE .
ANY CLOJH SUIT IN THE STORE . .
ANY CLOTH SKIRT IN THE STORE .
ANY SILK SKIRT IN THE STORE . .
ANY SILK SWEATER IN THE STORE
ANY WOOL SWEATER IN THE STORE
ANY FUR COAT ($500 AND UP) AT.
ANY FUR CAPE OR SCARF ($1 50) up)
ANY SILK WAIST ($15.00 UP) AT . .
ANY COTTON WAIST IN THE STORE
ANY MIDDY BLOUSE IN THE STORE
ANY SILK CAMISOLE IN THE STORE..
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