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0 jeeds as ScMihi n . A ' -3. (as Man tor 121 will -3d by the Uattad Statea i revenue bnrea ia three , je coming year, according -t announcement. T. J. gfc, dlTOilon chief ot the jtlhr district, U in receipt ' - faction concerning the kinds V -dti Included In each group. ; j, M follows and will b re i tm dates to be announced jrV the bureau at Washiag- " - Cronp L m H2( Corporation Income d treats tax return. jjjerc!iant marine eorpor miii uz return. Iisj-Government contracts mUs tax return. ja Information return of sub er afflliated corporation. jyi8chedQle of taxable inter--le Liberty bonds. llM-Cf rtlficato of inventory. Group 2. fsrsi 1040 Individual Income K ntara, net incomes ot more n pet incomes of $5,000 or less. IMfT Schedule of farm income ad expenses. Mtt Return oi unui income lindanes. IKS Partnership and personal unlet corporation inccme tax re- B:z::2I rich llcidctt Ccs To Roc!: hland to Enter , : 4 In St. Anthony's Convent Beady to consecrate their. Uvea aatarlne- Ul. convent. Tha'eiakt w tte convent and to the profea atov ot narsiag; tight young women tnn Ireland arriTed at 8C An thony's hospital Saturday, xirla aroazht to Bock Island hat been educated la Ireland aad war recommended to the St Aataoay slaters by tnstitaUone in Ireland. The Each had exnttsaed her desire to young women, ranging from If to enter the religions fleUt especially 25 an at mwm M that of nursing, aad requeeted to w-i 1 uvw Hum- . cuai ui America. eat tarts of Ireland with Sisters Mary Chriatof er and Mary Lucy of Bt, Anthonys. Those woo bare entered the con vent are Aaaie McKinetry. Cather ine McKlwee. Anne Rndmimd mu- McStocaer, Annie Donahey. Mary tartoo, Kathleen Fanning and Mar garet Kilneade. On July 13. last. Sisters Mary Chrlatofer and Mary Lacy sailed tor Ireland, with the hope of bring ing back twice as maar rlrls tor the nunnery than they wer able to take. Traveling- throurh the nrov- inces ot Ulster, Uensier and Mun ster and through some ot the heav iest rioting in Ireland, the St. An- uony sis ten came In contact with pitiful conditions. Young girls of every age offered their services and their life to the work After more than four months of Investigations a staff ot girls, eager to sail and begin their work, were chosen. i However, the .trouble came in get ting the passports. Unable to arrange- to take all the girls. Sisters Mary Chrisfofer and Mary Lacy sailed on the Aquitania for America with eight girls, with a promise to those remaining that passage will be given to them early next spring. More girls are expected to arrive here in March. The Aquitania docked in New York a week ago last Saturday. The sisters and the. -new recruits arrived in Rock Island last Satur day. This is the first time In the history of the hospital that this un dertaking has been tried. The suc cess of the first trip warrants the iLur;o3cnrY Heary Scfeaeer aad Mrs. Schneer wen married in Muscatine Wednesday. We an -cxtead oar very best wishes. The yoaag folks gave them a serenade at their home that evening, two miles east of Illi nois CRT.-. - Despite tae bad roads and weath er a good sisad crowd attended the awn sociable ia tha Methodist Taeday church ACktaiaat ioaslv toft at tha church that nlcht ui maJ w and hot coffee were served to all present. -; . William Thomas is 'able to go dowa town again after a severe at tack, at aJcoacgha the last tew days. . " ' - .v Raw. D. Bowmaa is still boldiag mm auiaaj . oi which have evening at 7 o'clock. Mrs. K. J. Baker returned Wednesday evening tine attar havtae; . vanted Mrs. Charles Baker aad other relatives a few days,: Oetesaan Brayton Is etui coatned to Ms bouse wfea a bail attack of Ira Fry aad Dewey Baker Ba the work at baildtng the new slssnitai lias rroa iw- fala Prairie to Illinois City, .then oa to Maseatiae. Thursday areata Misa Henrietta Suddortawill vteit over Batnrday light with Mrs. Wil- Mm STv Piimwim Im bar hoeae this winter witk her daughter, Mrs. Ftaak Waier. oat mMm nth of TIMaeia Cltv. The daaee dab iU hold tha .sal aSwM lMI C S? JFawUr dj jther ralatttas. : t . - rJ BMsasssseswaasusssssssseaapassassse . . ' ' an tbs Hews AH Tiaas-Tbs Argaa. ' M-r The young women speak KngUsh fluently aad even only after a week in this country are enthused with the American spirit ABE CAIaLEDTO ATTOD FQITEIIAL OF CHICAGO X2A1T Mr. snd Mrs. M. H. Sexton, Mrs. Nellie Calkins and John Russell were called to Chicago Sunday to attend the funeral of George Brinkerhoff, a member "f the Chi cago police force, who died sudden ly early Sauday morning while on dutr. - The policeman was a bro ther-in-law of Mrs. Sexton, Mrs Calkins and Mr. Russell. Only information available as to the circumstances of his death is contained in Chicago papers of yes terday, the accounts stating that heart disease ia held at tae cause of death. Mr. Brinkerhoff had Just completed the act of signaling in to police headquarters when he top pled into the arms of another patrolman. The Young & McCombs inscrij. tion on merchandise or wrapping is 7 all anyone need know to feel en tirely satisfied regarding quality. 'Everything for the home and family." , Group 3. rem 1013 Annual return ot ttnul Income tax to be paid at "I?" . ' i ,, . return to the old country for more lOtt-Annual return i of normal . ng womeB who are desirous of ? UK Annual information return stisvments ot Interest, salaries, rut. tc. lSMH Annual information re- tpt ef payments of Interest on kadi. etc. 1 Ml Report of income paid .to; tn-retldent alien individuals andj ttrrigs corporations. , 1 1W inionnatton ai source ior i OM, report of $1J)00 or more paid ! tvist calendar year oi lszo. I a, , - V. ".:--;. . ..:.-: i -"-:--.--:-i. Have Yea Seen the New - SAXON On Display at Oar Sslesreess A. G. NTMANN Distributer Phene Dav. 77S fer Deaawv trades SS nrrhia St, Daveapert, la. i --' .--' ' . . m, rfj. QtyBncPfi i Uko Budwiser? Phone R.I.S38. g,L Clean 'towel Service. Phone 1 L U39. Tri-City Towel Supply company. Oisport 934. Going Like HotCakesh We are loaning AutoStrop RAZORS by the hun dreds for 30 days Free .Trial. Did you get one? It strops itself, shaves and cleans without taking apart and 500 comfortable ihaves from each dozen blades are guaranteed. The Auto Strop Razor, is 1 solving the shaving Keserp r ob l e m. feigslon's Drug Store ; ; ROCK ISLAND. A WOMAN knows intuitively the nice ties and requirements of society, wheth er it be in dress or in writing paper. To her, being "correct" is paramount. The man should remember this when shop ping for her. Mere writing paper itself means little to her 'unless' there be tailored into it the cor ..uXfiPtncssjQf style and quality which she re quires in her costume. The selection of Eaton, Crane & Pike papers assures this. The Vaile Company (Sot Inc.) OFFICE SUPPLIES, STATIONER!, BOOKS 1711 Third Avenue Reek Island, UL Don't Delay! Act Now! EVERY DAY ALM AND HOME HELPS Bengston's CHRISTMAS SALE 25 . OFF ON ALL IVORY GOODS MANICURE SETS Prices Cut Deep! While They Last New $225 Cabinet Phonograph, 8 new " Records, your selection, and 500 needles, all for . . . .............. $122 New largest size $75 machine, 6 new Records and 300 needles ... ..... . . .$57.50 New $45 table machine with 5 new Records and 300 needles ............. . . $36.50 New $25 machine, 3 new Records and 300 needles .... . . .............. . .$180 One machine and 30 Records ...... . . . .$1&50 One machine and 25 Records and Record .$22.50 case Several others at Bargain Prices. New Records at cut prices. ; . Needles, 3 pkgs. for 25c. High grade prompt repairing. Open Evenings W.H. WHITNEY 1814 Fourth Ave Rock Island Christmas Cards At Distinctiye Merchandise 118 EiemtDmiST RockIslandJll. ANAC CALL AT THE STORE OR MAIL THE COUPON F o CALL AT THE STORE OR MAIL THE COUPON 1 this Almanac a 4, is presented to you with our compliments because we think you will appreciate it and hang it where it can be eas- ; ily referred to. It has been compiled with the greatest of care and contains a great deal of useful information that tnoir Via iroldakla tn trmi manv fimAG (limnrr tVio vaar Pi f ir. r i r nafraa ltiin4 in on attrgrhva ftwmr HV av 2 1CW Ul UllC ASTRONOMICAL CALCUIATIONS CHRONOLOGICAL ERAS AND CYCLES MOON, PLANETS AND SEASONS LAW OF CONTRACTS INTEREST LAWS AND STATUTES ECLIPSES AND CALENDAR 1921 HELPS TO FARMERS CHURCH CALENDAR AND " ANNIVERSARIES JEWISH OR HEBREW CALENDAR WEATHER FORECASTS OUR GOVERNMENT RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD CHILDREN'S PAGE FACTS AND FIGURES MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS HOUSEHOLD HINTS HOME HELPS . GARDENER'S TABLE USEFUL INFORMATION STRANGE FACTS INTERESTING FACTS A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING HELPS TO FARMERS WEIGHTS AND MEASURES " NUGGETS OF WISDOM 1921 TIDE TABLE POULTRY HINTS POSTAL HINTS THRIFT FACTS , COMPLETE 1921 CALENDAR AND ALMANAC r THE ALMANACS WILL BE GtVEN FREE OR WILL BE MAILED TO ANY ADDRESS UPON RECEIPT OF 2c IN STAMPS, TO COVER MAILING CHARGES NONE TO CHILDREN-ONE TO A FAMILY CUT OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON Your Name ' ' ' - Your Address- To YOUNG AND McCOMBS, Rock Island, Illinois: I desire one of your 1921 Almanacs and Home Helpj which you have advertised in the t . .7 1 enclose 2c in stamps to cover cost of mailing. PLEASE NOTE We cannot mail these almanacs unless this coupon is filled out completely and correctly. Write plainly, spell correctly, give your complete name and address and also state in which paper or papers you saw our advertisement Plain paper, instead of the coupon, may be used, but we must have the above information. l , i' ; 'rji c .