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The Rock Island Argus and daily union. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1920-1923, December 20, 1920, Image 3

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; two exhibits. The toy'
,ffl be in the uoraine;
, (bow of trained peta
-at animals that would
Zlf aa interestinc and
vatkJML .An? boy haTtng
i at would like to pit on
l at toe opera house to
g tie tie boys' work see-r-yf
Gordon, about en
aaimal into the exhibit.
. amual art work may
i oa display in the same
xattke animal exhibit.
Vyaoon exhibition will be
lobb. and will consist
aai qf the various wars.
,"Se of the world war will
of Georre Baker, a
at the struggle. Spanish
ta charre of O. U
X tpanUh war veteran, and
mrHtl Oi me inaian wars
k. ohirca of John HauberK.
taiaue and interesting ob
itn hoped to be secured. Any
ttavntf any curios worthy of
jUoa sod would like to im
jt tbt selection should feet in
Vila US I. in. v. a. in re-
i to the matter,
ilsdiitln to the exhibitions a
'Mi vlll be riven and an en-
yaanat of gym sturfs will be
in ue gymnasium. ,
Iad aMfera to ta tim
aala Taaraiav. v- . , f -.
Vtiea Naaa. ' cw ta
wm a. ftnaday Tiaftar at the D. A.
k'A.if1 ' ! win
? rsatar aeSMt aletrlet
JV WdT eve!?, Oae. r.
BMnraaa muallv brviw4.
m Wm Batter Kleiat waa taken to
Hersner hoaoiui. Mnaeatiaa. Sattr
day evening, wkaro ah waa oper
ated oa for aaasadfcttla.
L0UE3DZnt:03rX3 '
niUDnc.ii it. a.
Special Ctrnwaaeaataaee.)
Erie. Da MTW. M. s .1
Neighbors met at th km. r is .
Ervla Deniaon wednaaitav .
noon, and allium th. j
blusUrtng mad colaV there waa. a
food atteadancA -about talrty-flve
being present :.Tn anaual elec
tion or officers for the year waa
held during fee business meeting,
reaulUnr aa foltowir ' : v
.i Oracla Loulee Deniaon. i ; .
Vice oracle Carrie Holland. .
, rsi oracie Dora McNeill..
-Chancellor Sarah Sawyer.
s Recorder Clara Averr. .
ReeeiTcr Nellie Moormaa. , ;
Marshal Mary George.
; AssUUnt Marshal Jessie Rush.
. Inner sentinel Ruth Klenworth.
Outer sentiBef ram Pfnniiatviii
Manager for three years Maggie
MaUhews. - --T
After the business seaaion the re
mainder of the afternoon was speat
socially and a deliirioua lnnrbeoB
waa aerred by the hostess and iter
committee, r
a Webam J AUrlek Af.
rirea 'jt 5w Tack To Be la.
teitwi are.
Word ha been, received by 'Mr.'
and afra. William A. Afttrich. 1023 ,
Twenty-third a eet, that the re-'
tains of their bob. William R. Aid
rich, who waa gassed in the sec
ond battle of the Maine la the
world, war, had arrived in New ,
York and would son be forwarded
to Rock Island., i
One of the first of Rock Islanders '
to pay the supreme sacrifice for,
ireedom, . William -. Aidrtca. - had
fought in several severe engage
on the front before he waa gassed
In the second battle of the Marne.
He was tax en to a military hospi
tal, where he died on Sept 23. of ,
pneumonia, i ue was a memoer oi
Battery D, having enlisted in the
grst months after America Joined
the conflict.
! Practice haatod ta ara.- nr. aocc and '
l taraat - aaaa, Kralchtni. croaajM.
jnaaana : adeaoidir. Traate deafoeaa.
j loaa af aearuic. head aoiaaa, eaUrra.
leoatla aad am ri diaaaae by a ooo
iraical aaetattd. ' H ta in his Davenport
ateaa ia taa fifat National Baafc Bide,
earaav at Seeaad aad Maia atnrta. oa Sat
nrdar. Monday. Toeadar treoj 9 a. m. la
3:S0 a. m. . Faoaa Oav. 7314. Adt .
' (StKial Correspondence.)
W Windsor. Dec. 20. Mrs.
rviftlM Anderson, who was born '
'hBrckllnge, Sweden, Nov. 1, 1848,
sal it Nsw Windsor, uec. , izu,
aaJ 71 years, 1 month and 8 days.
Pa cans to New Windsor from
iHfta in 18S3 and had since that
das trad in this community.. On
has It, 1866, she was United in
asffac to Alexander Anderson.
.ftk nfarn was blessed with nine
ddlfm, six sons and three, daugh
an. One son died in 1913, ana
Mr fcMtand passed away in 1910.
abnrrived by eight children,
9 grandchildren and two great
aaakalldren; also one sister in
tratn, and many relatives and
fthtsi here and elsewhere. Ftt
anl Krvices were held last Sun
fc? afternoon at the Lutheran
Mna, of which the deceased had
has a member for the last 39
jam Rev. J. A. Hemborg offl
datai tt the services. The chil-
mKnt were: A. P. Anderson,
1 6, Anderson, C. A. Anderson of
Mawarg, Ami I Anderson of Wash-
rm, Iowa, Mrs. Emma Enxtrom,
Owido Springs, Colo., Mrs. Al
ar Anderson, Peoria, and Ellen
I of New Windsor. The re
X hi were laid to rest by the aide
daw hysland in fae Lutheran
awtry. Pallbearers were jonn
lat, John Swanson, P. J. Peter -m,
John Peterson. O. W. Swan
Btu4 Alfred Gunnerson,
it - y i.
i t I
(Special Correspondence.)
Orion, Dec. 20. At the meet
ktU Orion post of the American
Upsa, Tuesday evening, S"3 waa
tetsd tor the fund being raised
A legion for Christmas 'gifts,
a entertainment for soldiers and
in the hospitals in this state.
(Special Correspondence.) .
TVaau Watson spent last week
h hack Island as a member of the
ait of supervisors which met at
teoaaty seat i
Mat Mary McKellip of Portland,
spent last week in this vtdn
TrtUUng relatives.
a. and Mrs. Arthur Zigenhorn
""aca-the birth of a daughter,
"hMsday, Dec. 8.
J". Zigenhorn is at Hershey hos
W la Muscatine.
1H at William Sheets farm
5 The kitiaewould o
o choose for himself
for the -
Holiday Season
The time is almost here and
the cards on display
" your inspection.
to select from
; Printer
UI.1U XLsfteeath St,
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"ea Sssa taa Hew
MayaaOar taksree.
V Mrtribata
'a-M Dav. 77S f er Daanw.
St.DaTenprrt, U.
YOU won't find any ''old tim-
ers" here or a lot of ties that
.were made to be sold at Christ
mas time. You won't find a better
selected line of neckwear and fur
nishings anywhere and I am sure
you will agree with me that . my
prices ; can hardly' be equalled.'
Come in and look me over. AH
purchases . put up in appropriate
Xmas boxes. :
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T Meyer & Hammer
wutmas Tree,
elhs and Fancy
l2l!?1l,f" ra Ave.
ZT ne i akia Office
' Men's Tuorinj md Fuiruhiriai
ilti "
Onlv.a few da va left for Chnsfanaa ahonnin? and tomorrow is Clue Cird Day.
this list of Specials contains a helpful suesticn or two, and you may be usared tist
every price quoted is much less than regitlar.
r is
Sale of Silk Underwear
Note these reduced prices
$5.00 silk chemise with lace trim
med yokes, $2.29. . -
$6.00 silk chemise and bloomers, re
duced to $3,15.
$6.50 silk chemise with lace or em
broidered yokes, $3.65.
$8.50 jerseysilk suits and crepe de chine
chemise, $4.65.
$9.50 wash satin suits, also jersey
silk suits and chemise, $5.65. .
Knit Toques and Tarn O' Rams,
t: Assorted lot of knit toques and tarn
o' rams. These sold at from 50c to
$2.50, choice at 1-3 off. -
f Crepe Gowns, $1.69
Women's fancy dotted crepe gowns
in pink and white, regular $3.50 value
for $1.69. .......... - ... . :
. Muslin Bloomers, $1.45
Fancy batiste bloomers, embroid
ered and hemstitched cuffs, regular
$2.50 values, $1.45. Boxed for gift
giving. ; . .- : :. .
Jersey Smocks, Price
1 Any jersey smock in our stock 'in
cluding many beautiful yarn embroid
ered models is offered at one-half price.
Georgette Blouses,: $3.95
; vBeautiful georgette blouses hand
somely trimmed with beads and silk em
broidery. These blouses are regular
$7.50 value and are shown in all the
popular colors.
$3.50 Silk Hose, $2.39
Women's pure thread silk hose in
the newest arrow designs with silk lisle
garter welt, reinforced heels and toes.
Regular $3.50 value, $2.39.
$5.00 Silk Hose, $2.98 '
i Women's full fashioned full length
pure thread silk hose with elastic hem
tops, linen heels and toes. Boxed for
gift giving, $2.98. v
Women's 75c Hose, 59c ;
Women's fashioned silk lisle hose
with extra flare tops, reinforced linen
heels and toes, all colors. Special 59c
Men's Ties, 50c 1
Men's four-in-hand ties, wide flow
ing ends, a large assortment to choose
from. Boxed for gift giving, 50c. "
75c Boxed Perfumes and
Toilet Waters, 49c .
Garden of Allah Japanese Incense,
Siren Lilac, Garden of Roses and other
odors in toilet water. Also Baldwin's
and Spiehler's assorted boxed per
fumes, 65c and 75c values, 49c.
Women's Pure Linen Initial
. Handkerchiefs, 29c
An excellent 39c value reduced to
29c each. Packed 6 in a box, mono
gram initial, fine quality all pure linen.
0. prm?A
Men's Silk Ties, 98c
Silk four-in-hand ties, made with
slip-easy bands, all new patterns and
colors. Boxed in Christmas boxes. Blue
Bird special, 98c.
Women's Crepe de Chine
' Handkerchiefs, 19c
25c and 29c values, embroidered,
printed or plain colors. Every wanted
color and a host of color combinations,
choice of one big lot each, 19c. .
Toy Kitchen Cabinets, 65c
98c toy kitchen cabinets with two
doors and two shelves, for Blue Bird
day, special at 65c each.
Mechanical Auto, 19c
Mechanical toy autos with 3trong
springs. These are painted in bright
colors and are regular 39c values. ,
Petticoats and Bloomers, $6.75
Beldings satin and jersey silk
bloomers and petticoats. This lot con
tains a number that have sold as high
as $12.50. Boxed for gift giving.
Xmas tree lighting Outfits, $2.60
Complete Xmas tree lighting outfits
consisting of eight colored light, reg
ular $3.50. values.
Toy Dept., Fifth floor .
Slip-Over Sweaters, $2.35 '.
. Misses' slip-over sweater coats in
rose, salmon and blue. These have large
sailor collars and are regular $4.50
' values.
Sweaters Suits, $3.65
Children's three piece sweater
suits in colors of red and white. Blue
Bird special, $3.65.
Women's Gowns, $1.29
; Women's short sleeve flannelette
, gowns in assorted striped patterns, reg
ular $2.50 values.
Crepe Kimonas, $3.95
Beautiful Japanese and serpentine
crepe kimonas with large wing shape
sleeves and fancy collar, floral patterns.
Regular $6.50 values.
Women's Felt Slippers, $1.95
Women's felt house slippers. Some
have soles and heels, others have soft
padded soles. Fur or ribbon trimmed.
Blue Bird Special, $1.95.
y Men's House Slippers, $2.CT -
Men's black kid Romeo, v leather
house.slippers. A good slipper at a'
low price. .. Blue Bird Special, $2.60.
Men's Shirts, $4.50
Silk striped madras, dress shirts, '
soft cuffs, offered in many different pat
terns. Boxed free. Blue Bird spec-
Men's Fannel Shirts, $2.95
Men's flannel shirts, made with reg
'ar or military collars, blue and khaki.
Blue Bird special, $2.95. . ;
Men's Pajamas, $3.75
Men's pajamas of i heavy outing
flannel, trimmed with silk frogs. Blue
Bird special, $3.75. t -
50c Nippon China, 35c .
One lot of hand painted Nippon
china will be offered tomorrow at 35c
each. Olive dishes, jelly dishes, cream
pitchers, etc.
$2.75 Double Boilers, $1.98 ;
Aluminum double boilers or rice '
cookers. Colonial pattern in a popular . ,
size, $2.75 values reduced to $1.98.
Men's Initial Hdkfs., 29c
Colored monogram initials in as
. sorted colorings, each embroidered and
hemstitched on excellent quality linen
finished cambric, 35c quality for 29c
Women's $4.00 Gloves, $2.95
Black kid gloves for women. These
are overseam gloves with two clasp and
plain stitched backs, $4.00 values for'
$2.95. .
Misses' White Kid Gloves, $1.25
Sizes 5!2 to 6 misses' white kid
gloves, one" clasp overseam. Fancy
stitched backs, $1.75 and $2.00 va lues
for $1.25.
Elite Washable Cape Gloves, $1.95
White, pearl and shades of tan and
champagne.' Elite washable gloves for
women, $2.25, $2.50 and $2.75 values
for $1.95.
Spoehr's Boxed Chocolates, 39c
' "Friendship Sweets," half pound,
ribbon tied boxes of Spoehr's famous
.chocolates. Tuesday special, 39c box.
Fancy Boxed Chocolates,
20 Discount
' Alpine, Samoset, Spoehr's Blue Bird
and other brands of high grade choco
lates in fancy gift boxes.
Women's $2.00 Wool Hose, $1.49
Women's sport hose vith elastic
hem top, linen heels and toes, in all ths
new heather shades, special at $1.49.
Women's $1.25 Hose. 69c
Women's silk and fibre hose in extra
fine weave with flare lisle tops rein
forced heels and toes. Black only, $1.25
values, 69c. ,
Children's 75c Hose, 49c
Children's fine lisle ribbed hose with
double knee, heel and toes in black,
brown and white, special at 49c. ' J
Women's $6.50 Unionsuits, $3 .29
Women's silk and wool unionsuits
in long, elbow or sleeveless styles, ankle
or three-quarter length. ' ?
Women's JCO Garments, $1.19
Women's heavy fleeced vests .and
pants, vests with long sleeve, beading
trimmed tops, ankle length pants with
band tops. White only. :
" Children's Unionsuits, $1.29
Children's heavy fleeced unionsuits
with long or elbow sleeve, ankle length,' t
in white, grey and ecru, values up to $3:

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