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STB nr"3 pise ',;( ' ''2Mm1 faa ctaAaetors aad Am tansies i ta-naatioeaaJe af the two 3evaa4 Bear twit which Bar L'sataTl what Testarday aeenei Wwttl nt of striae d)0 be no arbitration at Y? ttma aecordtaf to today! e- Inaasent. althoash the contractors eeaet mad known their Mm Bi caber witch war to se- Ct m arbiter to represent tbe eon- actor tna heart. Labor waa h sane a Ithe committee and wbaa 4s committee cboaa the labor rep jeealatlve U two arbttera were r um a Uira, to flerve tnta tn ILsoete. labor leasers war repccnt . taw pnennai. bat man what waa aaM, vje aaloaa will miorra toe con tractors in Davenport thla after rtaoa that bo eommitte waa nam ad I7 tha A Iliad Tradaa council Teea wAT night No vote, tbe anion av, waa tiken, at least on tbe ar bitral oe question. The carpenters' took a vote, bat announce- Ihaent was madeby Charles Reagan, spokesman tor the anions, that this aa.aaa.ba amm ewasttoa. am aajoa with tha rath ma. They ha twaehad with 1. ac tha QwaaVOttr la BeYMtsea they ease: aa an work an a Jab hi arataathy striae. Bach waald bar te Scat tt owa wltfcoat active aid from tha athara, Tha anions claiee that they will not arbitrate tha BaUoa of affllia- ttoaa. far they say i are personal rsrhta. Tha aaloa claim thai thara ba a sett lamest as loaf aa tha contractors dsaaaad tha of tbe aalona. la thla light they aay that thara la aa asa to arbitral tbe waga and reach a aataieaware aw thla and then have the strike tiaa over tha affiliations qeeetioo, Thar Is every lacliaatioa showa to ooafar or arbitrate on wares If th other q aastloa eaa b acOled nrsv VnMLMirS XDB1X WOMAJf. Tha great Napoleon, la response to a question onea asked by a lady, replied "My Ideal woman Is not th beautiful society Dell or ueDaaer fly of fashion, bat tha matron who reaches middle age is complete pre servation of health, with stalwart children by her tit." There are a (treat many women of middle age who owe their good health v Lydia Tt. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, that famous raedi cine for female ilia. For almost fifty years -this wonderful medicine, compounded of roots and herbs, has been restoring, suffering women to health. (Adv.) TarM Bali Bay S. UKl. Oiy ooeacfl cfcajsber, Kock 1s- ul TlllBAia. Ifav i tin Th at t o'cloak p. aa, Mary Schrtrer iieeionar jtugrsa, Wleb, and atarrta CMoag. May.n, aspects treat of a eontrel weatari show tzafia rerslatJoa as rapidly growang petnts to aa a iiinbliaa ar gi n I rn n ha sortefsotnrny solved or a mat lu mmAim nnliUaa 1nl rlnonrmli v hv flitv auvarnmenta. Varied and nsmarons ar tha system ot traffic control asaiL rang ing from tha hand ttgaaU and kiiaa of iu ansiail at street Intersections to a new automatic semaphore system soon to a inoa oat in ChJcaxo. Practically every sort of convey ance is regulated by traffic rules except baby carnages, wnicn are LMMdfle&Hv exenssted from what are defined as "vehicles." Few cities haw the "one-way" thoroaghfarea. but th sticker or lag system of notifying drivers of violation of parking rules Is com mon. Like Badwelser? Phona R.LSZ8. R. I. Clean Towel Service. Phone R. L 2439. Tri-Cfty Towel Supply company. Davenport 934. Municipal Matters In tha absence of mayor Schrtvar, inter Radeon presided and mmrnlrr- ' Wich acted aa lerk of tha maatlnc. Tha mlhataa of tha regular most- fa; held April K, 1931. Vena read and approved. Coaunlaslonar Fttatemoaa pre sented tha reports for tha month of April from th vsrioa departments, which reports oa his motion wen received and placed on file. Commissioner Wich offered a raa lwUon that th ordinance making aa additional levy for street and bridge purposes, be adopted. Car ried by unanimous vote. Commissioner Wich read a report of the board of local Improvements recommending the adoption of an ordinance providing for th Im provement of Eighth avenue from the east property tin of Nineteenth street to the west property line of Twentieth street, by reaartaeing with a two inch wearing surface of asphaltic concrete on th present foundation, also an estimate of th probable cost of said improvement in amount of $2,229.00 by the city engineer and engineer of th board of local Improvements; and an or dinance providing for the said im provement, which ordinance on his motion was considered Dy unam mous vote. Commissioner Wich presented an ordinance repealing an ordinance entitled "Aa Ordinance providtag for th construction ot a ton-inch sewer oa Ninth street from a pout 20 feat aoath of Nlneteeath aveaaa south, to the north. Una ot Twenty third avenaatin th City of Rock I uad," which ordinance a hia saw tioa was considered by unanimous rate. Oaroalssiener Wich oOared a res olution that the ordinance repeating an ordinance entitled "An Ordinance providing for the construction of a ten-inch aewer on Ninth street trom a noint 30 feat aoath of Nineteenth avenue south to the aorth. liae of Twenty-third avenue la the city ot Rock Island, a adopted, carried by unanimous rate. Commissioner Rndgrea submitted the following weekly pay roll for week ending April SO, 19Z1, whlea on his motion, was allowed by un animous vote: F. Donaway .......... . 22.S0 Charles Neeelsr 32-60 J. Siebrandt ............ 27.00 P. S. Garrison 23.00 Wm. Holman 22.00 H. Bresnahan 10.00 H. South 6.00 H. Fuller 18.00 H. Utke 18.00 Wm. Rice , 18.00 W. O. Gray 20.50 Ike Evans 19.00 Hugh Anderws 19.00 Ray Codner 4.00 Dan Reed 4.00 J. Schaab, 8r 11.00 F. Gest .00 C. McDonald 11.00 O Kellarman 4.00 J. H. Smith 8.00 Carl Trotnow 4.00 H. Kimball 4.00 A. Weiracher h IfeOart senna Ait Deaaway Jeff Moore .-- IV Fallar ...... BUI Watktna Geo. Baker Hash htoOee ...... Beaa Wllaoa Tom OTfcaaell R. Oerdea Tony Harper ...... Frank Ketin Wm. McDonald Dave Price ............... Dan Reed Lew Khlers Frank Brtnn ....... R Paulson .......... 4M AM 1LM 7 AO 20M M.M - eJO S.M 2S.M 2S.M 2S.00 25.00 28.00 23.00 4JT 24.00 .18.00 8.00 I 8732 Baiaplfalitlaa Street aad bridge $ 323.06 Rawer rand ... Ontlian vatam watr woraa 128.00 179.17 48.00 $ 673.22 Commissioner Rndgrea submit ted the reports of th park eommiaj kI oners and the board of directors of the Rock Island pablie library for the year ending March 31. 1921. which on hia motion ware received and placed on ffle. Commissioner Radgrtn offered a resolution that tha foil owing claims be and the same are hereby allowed : W. Dankwardt. $5.00; Calvin Beard sley, treasurer Memorial day com mittee, 350.00; The Auto Insurance Exchange, 167.90; C, K. L A P. Ry. Co., 31.00; Horst & Stricter com pany, $1,408.49: B. a Elliott, $8.98; Lee Fox, $54.78; Joseph .Lewis, $12.25. Carried by unanimous vote. Commissions Wich offered a res olution that the Tri-city Railway company be notified to replace all 36-in. Bleached TJp MUSUN-IHU)1, Regular 19e quality. Special for VADTs Tbursday, only at 'The Storefor Everybody' m j m mm, jioLiNK Brady-Waxen bero Co. ounb 3 6-inch Un bleached Sheeting Otata Hoar) YARD "We Never Saw So Many Real Bargains Before" THAT'S WHAT THOUSANDS OF SHOPPERS HAVE SAID ABOUT OUR O ir ire Sa v5o HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE HUNDREDS OF REAL BARGAINS 1200 Pairs of Women's HOSE 3 Tht real bargain of the season. Fast is aram Iras hone, double toe and heel. 4-inch double gar ter top, all sizes, black only. lie pair Obta Flew) Silk Underwear In Perfect Condition 7- $3.95 Silk Chemise $1.98 Made ef erepe da chine, trimmed with georgette , aad lace. Satin ribbon aheulder straps. i .00 Silk Camitola $1.35 Made ef wash satia aad erepe it ehina. Beautifnl ly trJauaed with lace tssertioa, benutitchinc and aBbroidery. Van Raalte Silk Underwear ' New glove silh chemise, eamlaalea, vesta, bloomers aad pare silk union suits bow offered at i 20 Ditcount 1200 Quality Turkish Wash Cloths Ttejalsr lOe Had, a remarkable apedal at Spring and Summer Millinery 98c $2.49 Values to $10.00 Value, to $12.50 4J.7J DUcoont on All Values to $15.00 White Summer Hats We believe that the above lots offer the greatest saving that has ever been offered in this city. Ton will find trimmed hats, sailors and beautiful untrimmed shapes. A few were slightly damaged by water, the greatest portion are perfect. (Secant Flor) A Special Lot of Women's and Misses' New Spring W r , y Value s to $39.50 N. New arrivals of the smartest styles. All are beautifully trim med with braid and hand em broidery. All are fall silk lined throughout Materials are Bolivia, Wool valour, polo cloth. Hear) House Dresses and Aprons 69c Apron Dresses One table of novelty unbleached muslin aprons. Trimmed with pretty colored cretonne. Also a limited number of gingham house dresses. Values to $1.50, specially priced at Bungalow Aprons , Made of plaid ginghams and pretty barred dimity. Exceptionally well made, cut full and regular, $2.25 values, specially priced $1.29 $ZJSO values, made of striped, cheeked end plain ginghams, in regular and extra siaes. Collars, cuffs and sashes trimmed with coa trasting colors. $1.65 Do Not Fail to Attend This Great Fire Sale . (BsMBd Float) Footwear Sacrificed We are surely "cleaning house" in the shoe department The remarkable values are more than apparent The tables have been piled high with new bargsiss and they are priced $2, $3.95 and $4.95 Suede and Satin Shoes $15.00 values that are wonderful bargains. Suede and satin shoes. Well made, brown, blue and black. Silk worked eyeleta. Band turned ail leather soles, your ehoiet at $7.95 (Mala Fleer) $5.00 New Georgette Crepe Waists The prettiest assortment of waists wa have ever anhflaTia Haaavla klu. - t r" mat are damtuy lace and em- """Z mmm- The colors are honey-dew, porcelain, gray, Ussee, white and flesh. "! Fleer) Novelty Weave Curtains $1.98 pair All-over designs with neat border all around. Can be used one te a window, full 2 yards long. Double Faced Terry Cloth Full 36 inches wide, a most remarkable bargain for this sale at a yard 39c and 49c (Mala Floor) Undamaged . Paints i off A WW . Here is Your Chance -to Paint Up Paints with scorched cans at special prices. This includes a full line ef vanishes sad guaran teed sense palate. Lawn Mowers ."Xb'Siy- ' " " $11, $12 and $13 rails in this city wtta brlek blocs: pavssaiaa wHhia St eVaya treaa th data af aaOea eavaat, aa ia etty tataner is dtmtad ta aartw aaOca apon the street railway company tawadiater vt tha aeaaaaw ef thla resolutloa. Carried by aasiiB0W vets. Ctxnmiaeieaer Wtch ciffered a res olution that tha ordlaaBce arovld- ins; for the hiipi eaal ef Wanth aveaae from the .east proprty tine of NiaeteeBth attest ta tha west property- liae of Twentieth atreet together with the alley iatereectiooB from thecurb ttaea ta tha twerty lines of Eurhth aveaaa by resurfac ing with a two taea aeauluf; awrfaee of asphaltic concrete oa the present foandaUon. he adopted. Carried by unanimous vote. Adjourned oa motion of Commis sioner Fll aihwiiwia. u. t. sxnxmxN, atrCtark. i:ouh:::8to:i Hawc Ivr BaaalU hi Trial ef . aaaia Twefcer ta Galea. awj0eart aeJaaiarK. UL, May 11. a yary resalted in the ease of tZ People vs. Benjamin Tucker, chha, praetor, on trial for praeUetB wtthoat a licenea. The jury 7 BA6LBS aUrDETt. Olaton. III.. May 11. City ai ooenty officials raided tha tag)g lode and five private hamas, lag aerea stills. 10 Poundc Pure Cane Sugar 69c Palm OHtc Soap 4 but for 25c Toilet Paper 10c TaJua , 4 roll, for 25c 4 Pounds Best Grade eaaaw ea . a M a reaberry tonee . . . 4 pomtls -cane aogar free Prunes 15c Tallies 3 pound . I 25c BestLump Sugar 2 pounds for 25c Sample Tea v. 40c Talne pound 25c Blue Ribbon . Peaches 25c Talne, pkg. 19c Attention PROPHETS OF AMOO GROTTO Amoo, Zal and Mohaasan Grottoes willTTin a special train to Galesburg, DL, via Rockr lsland Southern to participate in ceremonial of MURGA GROTTO, Friday May 13thi Meet at Haseaie Temple 1 130 p. m. Tcar Yenr Fes Train Leaves Feet 90th St. 8H)0 n. m. Fare Bound Trip SSjOO Make Yonr Reservations At the Following Places Cent Trust fc Sav. Bank Kramer Print Pub. Co. Woolworth 6 eV 10c 8tore Ktrate Drug Store Balsa Drag Store Masonic Temple ALL THREE BANDS ARE GOING Knights Templar Attention! You requested to assemble at tbe Masonic Temple, Thursday, May 12, at 1 :30 p. m. sharp, in full Templar uniform to act as escort at the funeral of Sir Knight Wil liam Payne. Attrt:. , ' - C A. HALLGREN, J.L.Hickey,Rec Commander WHEN YOU NEED A ROOF Get oar free estimate oa a FLEX-A-T1LE SHINGLE ROLL' ROOF KJf mdura?1 bas U uae attractive appearance aa a hlfh priced asphalt shingle at only half the cost. LAID OVER SHTMni KM Saema aboot yoor roof troubles oa factory and residence boildings ILLINOIS ROOFING & SUPPLY CO.