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TUESDAY TIES ROCS ISLAND ARGUS-MAY 3, 1921.
friPARE m iflAL TEST if ! ?. Ri4 IkMkm En totier Sir 14, wkMin "WMla psrptls of the public eehools fa the cities are frowning over the delay la seminar vacation thia 7V, ' children of the coontry schools are la most lastaaces counting on their fingers the umber of day of school stin to bo attended. Soma nral schools ot Bock Island coun ty already hare ckiaed, while all ot them will bo nailer lock before . the middle ot tale month. Cttf children, accustomed to putting aalde book durtnc too last week ot May, will continue this spring until about June 10. County flapertntendent ' Justin Wawkbara aanoaaeee the eighth grade 0nal eiaainatloa will bo held Star 14 In the rural sebooti to de termine qualification for entering high echool. The examinations will bo held at designated places and wfll last from t to o'clock. Places where the tests win bo given fol lows: ? Cordova community high school tor districts 1, J. I. 4, and S. i Port Byron high school for dis tricts , 10. 11. 12. 17. 18. 19. 20, 26 nd 28. Hillsdale emwmuirlty high school for districts 7. 8, 9. 14, 16, It, 21, 22. 28, 24. 25 and 23. $ Hampton for districts 2 and SI. i Barstow for districts 27 and 32. Carbon CUB for districts 86, 36 knd 4. Maple Grove for districts 45 and - 48. - Milan for districts 4, 52, 58, 6 CO. 41 and 2. i Coal Vattey for . districts CD, 61, 82. 4 snd M. ' School district II for districts 63, 17. 88. 91 and 92. - School district 68 for districts VL, 68 and 91. School distrlet'70 for districts 70. 71 and 86. ; School district 85 for districts (S and 97 IlllnoU City for districts 63, 74, 71. 77. 84 and 99 1 School district 81 for districts 80, si and sz. EQUAL HONORS ! GIVEN GRAVES. s - Paris. NodlotlncUana of rank f Will bermadotln marking thertraves of American soldiers who idled in France, says Charles 3. Pierce, chairman of the American commis sion, which .haa arrived, here to pre- , pare plana ror oeeuurjing tne roar naJUtsVT where tho bodies of all the Amert caa flghtoro are to bo geetaered. "We shall try to make these eenvs tarten memorlala. of which all Americana will be proud said Colonel Pleree. "arty la tho dis eaealon wo decided that regardless or rank and position each grave snoaHt bo treated la the same man ner and glTso eaual attoatloa. Tho only variation pensJttsd will bo on the nnlform hssdotosss. On tko top. of these relatives may Inaeribe any religions emblem thoy wish to long as it does not latorfaro with tho uniformity of the stone. "No special snooammM wfll bo permitted. All tho Americans died In the performance of their daty and, no matter bow heroic individ uals may have been, the feeling of the nation shots to bo that all aboald be accorded tho sasno honor. "It is Impossible to nay now Just what form the beanbineation will take but money will not bo spared In making the cemeteries the most imposing in tho world. Congress has appropriated 11,000,000 aa a preliminary aam for thia work with a promise of more. It is probable that $8,000,000 will be expended. The task of removing the dead will bo completed by the end of October. The bodies of those sol diers who are to rest permanently in Franco will then be concentrated In tho foar onmotsrlas. This work together with theft evetopment work we Intend to do. probably will take one year more." Tho commission which Is an ad visory body to the secretary of war and quartermaster general of the United States army, la no makine- snrveys of the American cemeteries. Later the commission will formu late plans for a permanent ceme tery for American soldiers in Lon don, i OF WAR HEROES 5 DENTIST lliSTOmML juvnimcors Clergy ITrgmg Ex-Service Ken te Bake Appelant! nns for World v ' War Peadaata, , A victory modal for every World War soldier, marine and sailor Is the slogan of the war department and through tho clergy ie attempt ing to reach all ex-service men. Letters were, received by Rock Is land ministers yesterday requesting that information on bow to apply for tho medals bo given from the pulplta. Every eerrlee man, whether or not he eerved overseas, as long as he was fully Inducted into the army and served honorably Is entitled to the medal and may receive one by filling ont an application at the Rock Island Red Cross headquar ters or with any minister having the forms. The application may be approved by the commanding oncer of any camp, post, station, or hos pital or by the victory medal officer of any reserve officer's training corps unit or by national guard inspector-instructors. In describing the medal and the sentiment connected with it, tho war department says: "The Victory medal and the sen timent surrounding it will become increasingly valued. It is edifying to note the pride that ex-service men and their families have in the possession of these medals. This distinguishing mark of military serviee has a design, the basis of which la nnlform for the soldiers of the allies throughout tho world. This basis Is the rainbow and winged victory of 8am oth race the two greatest symbols of peace and victory. The medal is pendant from the rainbow ribbon." A eitixens" military training camp for men and youths between the; ages of 16 and 35 years will be held ! this summer, and tho government asks pastors to urge enlistments. The government will par all ex penses of volunteers desiring to at tend the camps which will last 30 days. OLDZ3T OF OLD MAIDS DWELIsS AT CHOCHOLOW Warsaw. Poland claims the old est spinster In Central Bnrope. She Is Hiss Anna Dobek, living in Cho cholow, who recently celebrated her 123rd birthday. Mies Dobek is still quite active, physically and mental ly, and does some housework each day. She aleo has a sense of humor, and to her acquaintances, attributes her longevity to the fact that ehe has never been bothered by having a man about the house. Hiss Dobek doesn't like cats, either. REARRESTS MADE III APRIL Five Persons Taken for Assaalts With Deadly Weapona-M Cases Handled. HAKE GREE5E MATOR. Aurora. 111., Hay 3. Colonel Charles H. Greene, commanding of ficer of the 129th regiment of the 33rd division overseas, last night was inaugurated as Aurora's first mayor under the commission form of government. Four commission ers, W. E. Barclay, John Arm braster. John Wets and E. W. Thompson, also took office. The city has operated under the alder manic form of government since 1857. The Rock Island police handled 84 cases daring April seven more than in March. Fines amounted to $1,264.60 as againjt $9M for March. April police work was marked by five arrests for asaanlts with dead ly weapons. Drunkenness was on the increase there were 17 arrests. Among major cases were four larceny, two burglary and larceny and one possession of stolen prop erty. Disorderly conduct led with the highest number of arrests, 22 persons being taken on this charge. Of the cases tried 26 were state cases and 53 were city cases. Lodgers numbered 92. and the po lice have been compelled to give some attention to this class of way farers. Some of the "down-but-not-out" club are laborers out of em ployment, but a large portion are ot the "we keep moving" class. The report follows: State cases Bastardy, 1; motor law violations, 3; disorderly con duct, 5; burglary and larceny, 2; assault with deadly weapon, 5; passing fraudulent check, 1; assault and battery,. 1; larceny, 4; having stolen property, 1; transporting liquor, 1; obtaining money under false pretense, 1; total, 28. City rases Disorderly conduct 18; drunkenness, 17; driving auto Guaranteed $10 Mj eiaarinalloa Is free, mj artees are reasonable. Fillings a low at .$1.00 Crowns as low as .$6.00 Painless extraction .... $1.00 . Liberty Bonds accepted at foil valao Gas given Don't confuse us with adverrtising'dentists who do' inferior work. DR. KALMAN DENTIST inttt fteeead Are. K. L 484 Offiee bears S-&. Op E'enmga RESTORE THE OLP ONES By sending thorn to. the KERLER RUG COMPANY and save replacing- with a new one at the price of 6226 for a xl2 taoaoaghly chemically washed. The old reliable all year ronnd deaners, also dealers tn new and second hand furni ture, etc. We pay more and sell tor leas. Phone R. I. 692 2116 Fourth Ave. WATCH FOR HEIST! 'S Vst Price Sale MAY 5-6-7 UUJLJV'LJ 1-J Jattma smokers - tell joa . by street ear, 7: careless driving, 5; violating trafle law. 1; assault and battery S; gaming, : Inmate house of ill repute, 2; violating dimmer ordinance. 1; having liquor la possession, 1; total. 84. ' Miscellaneous items included wagon calls, W; lodgers. 92; lights nut TIC tnr total of S7S (lOUrS! CaSOS dismissed, state. IS: city, 7; women tried, state, 8; city, e; saw niahad. 35 at cost of $12 JS; fines collected. 61464.60. aatroa s sopen. Tha report of Mrs. Anna Kirk man, police matron, follows: Calls made in tho interest ot the work. 80: calls received. 71; neglected children looked after, 6; waywara girls looked after. ; wayward boys WmkraH attar 1: ehildna sent to Bethany homo. S; one widow's pen sion ineroaaoa; ono girt sow aome to Boston. Mass.; cases referred to viaitlnar sinrasu S: cases referred to Welfare association. 4;. cases re ferred to county physician, a; cared for ono woman and fonr children until husband was located: prison ers In women's department of cKy JaiLS. Elaetrlnal Report Tko report of William McNealy, city electrical Inspector, follows: Permit iaaHed. It: new taonsaa In which wiring was done, IS: old nouses, zv; miscellaneous enuio ings, 9; additional miscellaneous work, 7: motors installed, t- . collected. 961.40. ' "1 nam bine Retort ; The report of Prank YerwJ plumbing inspector, follows. m)- tests ot plumbing made. 28 ? bosses In which plumbing va?! mtmMmA 1- .a. .minH - " " .wan, a; plaints attended. 4; sewer eeew tiooa made, 9; final tests, iritl tares tastalled. 89; master W ore' licenses renewed. 1; jaaJz men certificates renewal i: 7Z. i collected, fist. SS SllTsT" Chicago. May 3. Six hntm eviction suits were Sled by u7 lords io the "rent rebellion.'' Ask the Billiard Fans Wherever they gamer, you'll find Fstims "in goad PO"W Made cf fine tobaccos, perfectly blended. CD H G TfrE S TWENTY for 2 LicciTT & Mrwts Tobacco Co. a "bid taste the difference! Income or Profit A successful Tri-city merchant visited our office re cently. He told us he had accumulated a substantial sur plus and desiredtto invest his funds where they would be safe and return aniattractive rate of income. i He told us a friend advised him to purchase a certain stock for an advance in price. The safety of his funds or the income that it would earn did not enter into the conversation. The talk was of the money he would make. . We advised him to buy a First Mortgage 8 Bond run ning ten years. We told him they were a well secured investment yielding an attractive rate of income. The matter of possible profit was not mentioned. We talked about security and income. Ml'-'TO', He noticed the difference in the point of view and realized that he was an investor and not a speculator. He took our advice and gave us an order for the bonds. If this was sound reasoning for a prosperous merchant, is it not doubly so fcr individuals who are dependent on the income from their investments ? . MUm- ' If you, in seeking to provide for the future would like to have us recommend bonds which we regard as suitable for your investment we shall be very glad to do so. A visit to our office may be very advantageous. Founded 1908 STOCKS, BONOS, MORTGAGES People's National Bank Building, Rock Island. 111. Telephone R. I. 122-123 a&cetv op PmnciPAL Q IS OUR FIRST CONSIDERATION "bnl - ''a'aawaewawjaw . , , w,m , , J" ' We Give A 10-Day Tube to anyone who asks. Send the coupon and watch the de lightful effects. You Will Enjoy This new teetheariing method Brash teeth for ten days in this new way. We supply the test See and feel the good effects. .Compart them with the old ways. It win be a pleasant test And h may bring to you ' n n millions, a new conception of clean teeth. , Whiter teeth One great object is to fight tha film that viaeona film you feeL It dings to teeth, gets between tho teeth and stays. Old brushing methods do not effectively combat It If itch is left Intact, forming a dingy coat And most tooth trodbles are now traced to it Filni is what discolors, not the teeth. It form! the basis of tartar. It holds food snbetance which icrmenm ana lorms acia. it noida tha acid in 4 vi wiui mm levin to cause aecay. Germs breed by millions in it They, with rc tnc cmci causa ot pyorroca. Fight it daily , Dental science has found two methods to effoe nvely fight film. Many careful testa have proved them. Leading dentists everywhere sow advise their daily use. 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