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L.JL ..J-T7 r itn sw Sir iSi ...... .i.WI 1 Total, MM. Waal Rbkm f Mr-Mat UU afCk. . - T tmm ctfUtMd fcr H. o. Pal .aa w a nip-aat-tack towMag at Vr A marfia of fow aotats ''k vti-teppiar lad br Caa 'aCMfffl tastaigst at thaCbrtst Sas fait of tha Rock Island Plow 2mmammr Bowlins club flrea at s allays lasssd for the kiwi by dab at 8erratMntb straat ana fcrwth aTcaat. The final scora . jwaa tm to J461. Besides the ',tMabri of the 10 teams, otrcr fifty isMmbers and friends of the club . attended for the match game and ,feethrttiee. - t After the last ball had been roll ad and the four-point lead chilked .on the scoreboard declaring Pel- J-Mt'i team champs, a picked team, ,1 marshaled by Ed Freeman, chal lenged the title holders, but were 111 ITS 1st ITS 174 431 MS 414 44t 4M 0-1AVELFLM C0STS60.Q1 Bade Istaas 8a4 nl pair Aeaairee Ptofetty M Fraatiar ' Khcr. nMmMmm aad statistics for the 1!T Mi. fh team stand- lag aad captains being announced as follows: - ' , Team. wain. Alamos : C. E. Johnaon Porcaplnes .JH?.M n H. Wise Waukeshas R. Undblaad Klagatona reuuiwheo completed between $50,00 5 ' jS55a M0.000 is to be built br tha Denanca .. .. i k. mmIh waea i aas-ia years eev ' n n . r " Edwards remarked today. "I sbanrt" " DOV SCOttt INSWS take on a mnch taller man." ' p'' . FIVE CITIE3 HE2T 1 Ttoop No. SS met at tha Legion ' - -- wlaa flrnmitmiiBigslsig (iuui iwrn m wsb uwMimi ''Stars JSar Tbls troop has new The Om VtMt held at th .T. M C A. last flvening for teams MheJ-uy .4W .su af ndiAA4lbA 11UI'UUV BlUaTtlUlC UBfCHUVI v, fe mora, nights of practice will be ready to chajlaaga any troop in tfca Xo-t Troop No: r will meet at tka Bnlldogs .......... nroaders President Bea Ukely presented a pennant to the winners, which was grctefully accepted on behalf of tha team by Captain Johnson. Following tha gaines and award ing or prices a social session, was enjoyed by all. This Is the second year for the Rock Island Plow Company Bowl ing clnb. The club now numbers well orer fifty members, the pres ent officers being: President, Ben Ukely; secretary, Cliff Cargill; treasurer, H. O. Pelsue. ''.told, with belt-winners' bravado, to 'J ."go ont and get a reputation." . A , econd match for the laurels Is "The First Murder Trial" will be the subiect of the bible class this I . T " m k n. J. Stlrratt. en- V The result of the much-Taunted eral secretary of the T. M. C. A. h hih mmm feainrAd The class is ooBii to any young man by the incessant rooting of the in- in the city. Supper will be serred Unliable Mr. uoaas, was as wi-iii:uoww:i. lows- ' ' ! The Y will be open on unrisonas . I . . . . 1 I A f . i, 1 n BPCncer ....... .167 139 14l Z oay, BOX no aramura win mo i r Pelsue (C.) 119 193 146 , 617 1 places Tna eaieiena wiu do ciubcti Van Dine ISO 181 141, 512 j on Saturday , and suncay, out wui Inkier ....... 184 174 177 486 be open all day New years. Y. M. C. A. Notes 1 BatIt TalAnd. lfnlin And eiarclses displayed by tha various i 7:30. This gronp is getting along representatives. j in fine shapo sines Mr. Simpaon as- Raoh m-i,tinn mmm nuimnM anmed charaaLv Many new members ' A gravel screening plant to cost!by iu leader at anpper. B. C; are coming in aad this speaks well Fisher, superintendent of -ScSOolSv wr ia icwauDaswr awn uim fink, mi nlivttlml fltnMB anH R T. i anta. Heald. of Davenport, on tha prep aration of physical men for the as sociation. Tha many stunts and exercises wera .displayed in tha arm and the evening proper was - 1 A H W V . .: WW 4 4ftah wwrwwm. ol mw. am. wjw sIj tsa aHtrldMsl-nM lalBLs I P-wTsid Promptly at 'lJrf OCMCK. . - F. Lindberg' cording to announcement today by H. J. Laratn. secretary aaa man ager of thy company. The building Is to rise on tha river front on property lying sooth of Twenty- first avenue. It ia considered nice ly that construction will be under way next spring. It Is proposed to build a plant that will handle between S30 and 600 yards of grav el daily, vi-,' -- The transfer of 53 acres facing on the river to the gravel concern was recently completed through the agency of Reidy Bros.' reil es tate firm. The, property was for merly owned by Mrs. Elisabeth Dlmick and was at one time a part of the 0. J. Dlmick estate. Tne consideration was well over the ! $30 000 mark. , The land was acquired oy me company for its known value as a gravel bed. . - Scoutmasters of the city will be riven a banquet by the local coun cil next Wednesday evening at tha T. W. C. A. at 4:30. This is an an hranrht fn m. conclusion in .'the nual anair lor itood leaders ana swimming pool. About 50 athletes their assistants. A program will be took part in the fest . put on following tha bnqaet and at r- . the completion of tha program the . ' TRAFFIC KILLS SIX. ' regular school of Instruction will Chicago, Dec. 23. (By United ' be conducted. Instructors for the Press.) A white Christmas cost next session are as follows: Stare the lives of six persons here late i Miller, scoutmaster troop 12; Sam last niehL Ryerson, Sr.. scout commissioner; That number "were killed In traf-' Arnold Hauerwas, scoutmaster flo accidents during a storm which troop 5; C. B. Stone, scoutmaster mvered the around with an inch of troon 16: Sam Ryerson, Jr- assist snow. 1 ant scoutmaster troop 1, and the A big treat in in atoroiarJ sconta of Rock Island sad bs ndtt-wM irara at Sons Bswaavlsat sammar. A M nika ks basag J nw thm far aaas dST next Davenport. Tha entire day will snant at tus waea asn a 'of owtdoor winter sports iefc aeasst wOl bs seat fan to what, ha is to brine for tha dinner. 8conts who have no as yet tasted real Molligaa slew will be given - the opportunity next weak.' Scouts may register for this hike at scant hea4anartarn. 4' . . of Ktnsn thU yenr. 'IAr MM kan an iis, vijtx tana ox aay,j..,.i ene h enesss et f year era, says the resort ef t Calsed Ctntas danaftssaMaf V C03IICT ELECTED priEciDErrr union Otflcara have been elected by St. Joseph's branch No. Is, Westers CatnoHc Union for tha -ansnint year as follows: President John B. Corken. Vice prsaidant Charles J. Las - Secretary William ODonnell. i Treasurer1 P. J. Lee. Marshall--John Atosworth. j Trustees John McCarty. Ban. Lawler, Anton Kail, Frank Meensn, Charles R. Wheelan. . i I r r f" 1 SpccyTccriw,O?c3U0iKra. FK2E CALENDAR FREE . '-.V- . "A'''4i:..ir'-i!.u!' . ' A Delicious Christmas Dinner . v r " Uwii SOME KICK AT 74! .Lancaster, Calif., Dec. 23. T. W. Edwards, realty operator, cele brated the 74th anniversary of his birth by kicking a hat from the head of a man six feet two inches tall, without losing his balance. Store Will Close at 6 o'Clock Christmas Eve. 1" S i I . i ? u! lil- SMS0OB rOSWOATS AJS sum lt &(p. THE BUST STORE ON FIFTH AVENUE From Bulb to Flower is the unswerving path of the dainty Narcissus Narcissus Bulbs Are Meeting With Approval of Gift Seekers SANTA CLAUS is an imaginary being Buehler Bros, are representative of the largest live and let live institution in Ihe world and make essential and common living cost so little that the poor man isenabled to eat just as much as his stomach will hold. X . ' EXTRA SPECIALS ; ; . Veal Chops .... .....;-17c Veal Steak . . . . . . . . . -20c Pork Shoulders . . . . . . 15c Veal' Stew .......... -12k Leg of Veal, whole or half 20c Veal Roast . . . . ".15c Pork Loin Roast 15c Fresh Hams, whole or half 20c Pork Chops .......... .'18c PorkSteak . .v. . . .. ....17c 'Smoked Ham, whole or half ... ............23c CLOSED ALL DAY XMAS BUEHLER BROS., Money-Saving Bu Store Rock Island Branch 1628 Second Avenue f 1 You will find everything here you need to pre- if. . - rv: j l. . i jure uur uuTJSuuag,iiuuci. auu uk I act f that whatever you may choose will be of the t best quality insures the right start for a Delic- f ious Dinner. MIXED NUTS - OC- LI lb. nDtxrociDnirc ? ft nia4 r Hv 'i-r PEABERRY C0FFEEk l AKj t W irraHp: ft Ihs. . . . ' V I aUU ) 17i best grade, 3 lbs. JONATHAN APPLES-- lb. ..... CANDY mixed, lb. APPLES Nice, red eating and cooking, peck 10c 25c 49c 9 il' v A Special Sellino; Placed in ; Five Groups 3 bulbs . 3 bulbs 4 bulbs 3 bulbs 5 bulbs with jar ' -with jar with jar with basket with jar 75c $1.00 . ' $125 . . . $L50 $2.50 Narcissus bulbs that blossom out into beautiful flowers. They come packed in beautiful boxes tied with ribbon. Complete with either jar or fancy ivory finish basket with metal container, 3, 4 and 5 bulbs in a box, according to the price. v " feels' (Special "display-main aisle) ' CASH S CARRY GROCER! 1521 SECOND AVE. a sic a ivuk ui a uhkh wai aiiw '4 A Popular Method Being Utilized to Solve the Gift Question Purchase of a Glove Bond or Merchandise Certificate Many patrons have taken advantage of these certificates. Not knowing the proper size gloves, or what would please the recipient most this plan has taken away many worries. Certificates and bonds made out for any amount and can be redeemed at any time. Suggestions for Gift Seekers FIRST FLOOR Silks Safins Wool Goods Linens a ' Gloves Umbrellas Perfumes Art Goods' .Jewelry Leather Goods , Hosiery Handkerchiefs Silk Underjrear Men's Ties Shirts, Sweaters and Bath Robes : . ' I:.;.. L SECOND FLOOR -.v . Fur Coats ' " Fur Pieces , Children's Furs Petticoats Bloomers Frocks, Cloth Coats Plush Coats . Suits r . Raincoats ; , Silk, Miulin and Tennis - , Wear Bath Robes, Kimonas " Blouses ' Sweaters Infants' Wear Shawb , THIRD FLOOR Carpet Sweepers Cedar Chests ; Floor Lamps Tkble Lamps , Bath Rugs Room Size Rugs Blankets Comforters Lace Curtains Tourist Kits Hand Bags Suit Cases Trunks Boudoir Lamps Smoking Stands Table Runners BASEMENT DEPT. China vCut Glass , Glassware t Aluminum Ware Percolators . Electric Irons Dinners are Electric Washing Machine Granite Ware Wooden Ware Toys ! Dolls Games ' l ,. v . More Than ; A MILLION FEET OF LUMBER Were Used in the Construction of the : " Kahl Building r It is a remarkable and interesting fact that the Kahl Building, that wonderful struc ture of stone and steel, used over one million one hundred thousand feet of lumber in its .construction.,'. . .. ,:..,:;x. .", . r' ' ....... . , . e ' Enough lumber to build one hundred houses of ordinary size was needed to erect this building. ' Nor does that total include any of the fine finish lumber that went into it or the wood in the doors and frames. ; - -v - Most of this tremendous amount of lumber was used for the so-called temporary pur poses of building forms in which to pour concrete. Much of it was used for braces. This Was a Job Where Prompt Delivery Service Was Paramount j i Here was an organization of many men working to build a mighty building" and using up material in huge quantities with almost incredible speedr In a job of this, kind these men must be kept supplied with materials 'otherwise time would be lost and when many men lose time it costs money. ' , The Mueller Lumber Company delivered this entire amount of lumber as it was need ed, either a carload at a time or a single piece that was to be used for some special purpose. r As we have done in tnis job, we can do in others. If you are in need of building mate rial," no matter what the quantity may be, call on us for prompt service. ' - - ? ... . - v. . .. t . It - KTti . II ' TRINITY YARDS '" Twenty-fourth St tad Third A. ' iini-ii. t - ., .......l . :. u " .--;-:. ...r'. H. 1 -t" ,. -'" -..'.""' ' . ' ' '' 'i - I .... .. f; ,s ' : 1 i "