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1 - ' -JiTiLomiLKSl Ess Sejietle to 1 1 U lUmilMrtrfctJJtat 1 f MMMHMi "plays andpiaye believe thntanm. . Ws?- ;?$fiL?l.2rU?L?2 Were xoas, sowier ' j IT h J B-i I Thread Among the Go!dT and J or d for Tri tied. Rock Island movie rorera " t ho aiTordedX tHe treat of. their lives. Du decmnss that oneiton Can la 12N.'XmiB7 Braid, I jhleago, nn- Mat president of he women's bUBn societies of Use Lathers ntdi, will fire two i iddresses to morrow, at the ninth mnnal Bee tana oisinct meeuui ; m iu woman's mlssl on society In rt-J Latheran Tbnrdi. 8b to Iwe the main address) in the after do and will speak as; the evening Saon. Mrs. K. T. A ndersoat wtU ? meeting opens at". 1:30 o'clock i the morning with alwsrness sen ton? At -42: 20 o'clodf the ladies it TJrace Lutheran chureh win krw dinner to the dettates.. f The afternoon sestiton, which Vlarts at 2:30 o'clock, will the as IblUiwsr Bevotionals Mrs. Andrew Jobn- Mon, Ifollne. i Junior work" Miss;Kam. Brwa- tian, Moiiae. Vocal soloMiss marion asag- Musson, Orion. Address (in' Bwedisn) -Mrs. ev- Id, Chicago. c . -Sones - Miss Lcratne 1 Johnson land Junior mission band fof First. Mhureh, Moljne. the evening program tbaglns at Ah o'clock. It will be aswfo!lows:i TlAVoHonals. Veeal solo Miss Ebba VCarlsoaJ mouse. "Tie Loggera' and SWtmens Kisefon at Seattle" Rev, .A, . D. r'eden, Orion. Sotgs Group of girls fromZion 3Lnrnran church. . " , H Address (in English)-TMri.Ev- !4' . . . . . .. Vocal solo Miss uereste uistn. Remarks Rev. G. A. Branddlle, JSralre Lutheran church. I It is expected that 190 delegates Und members from 12 churches tin jtlie district will attend the session. RAID DENGER FARM; STEAL 10 CHICKENS' Kbit "Silver Spencer Busa Tfateat Lieyd In "Grandma' Bay ssaf Sbubert vaudeville. , . Majestic "Urtaf liar. Capitol KtfkertM eOoaald in "White SbonUersT. V ' OHew Miriam CooW In "Kln- dred of) the DostV Cotnathis Thursday through Saaday, six acta of Oryheaa vaude ville; Oct. 1 and It, "Blaebeard's Kbrhta Wife". Grand Grand Player, la "Three wisu-oote". - CoUseuaa Oct. I Bonaea nana. Thieves stole 100 Buff Orpington Mhickens from Charles Denger's or chard, six miles northwest oi uav- Mnport, yesterday morning. Tley touted the haul into a truck at s 'clock and make their, getaway. 5' : NOTICE TO rOSTRACTOIlS. Sealed proposals will be received tntil 11 o'clock a. m. on the 11th iarof-October, A. D. 1922, by the Board of Local improvements oi the City of Aledo, Illinois, tor im proving and extending a . sewage .disposal plant, in said city in con formity with an ordinance passed and with plans and specification 'adopted, and now on file with said Aboard, estimate of improvement be- pig tne sum or su,msv. s- All proposals should be submitted npon blank forms provided by the f board, which may be secured from flthe City clerk at Aledo, Illinois, or (from the engineer, W. S.v Shields, n209 Hartford Bldg., 8 So. Dearborn street, Chicago, Illinois. I All proposals shall be sealed and addressed to the president of the hoard and must be accompanied by ash or certified check for an amount not less than 10 of the amount of the enclosed nroDOsal. iwhlch amount shall be forfeited toi the board in case of the failure of. 'the- bidder to enter into contract,! with the board, with an approved; bond as required. J Payments will be made by the 'oatd In special assessment bonds jr vouchers Issued against an as sessment levied and confirmed, by ecounty court, which bonds or! ouchers shall bear interest at the3 te of 6 as provided by law. ? The hoard reserves the right to reject any or an proposals or xo, ward a portion of the work as con-J itions may require. Aledo, Illinois, Sept 28, 1922. ' W. K. WELLS, President -s RALPH THEDE. Secretary. WILLIAM HAYMAN. loard of Local Improvements - of Aledo, Illinois. Mabel Noftoand H coming to the Fort Armstrong tomorrow la ben latest Goldwyn comedy, "Head Over Heels". In this comedy, Miss Nonnaad arrives in the American theatrical offices of 8terling & Law son, aa a, "find", whom one of the partners . had discovered abroad. However, she is far from being a star and is nothing more than a fair acrobat But she has a tem perament that explodes all over the office. At the suggestion of a press agent, aid as a last resort, the "Impossible" star is taken to a beauty parlor, from which she emerges with all the trappings of superlative beauty. Now, however, the theatrical director sees other possibilities in.Tina, but these cen ter about a matrimonial fqjture. And here Is where Mabel Normand Hives another exhibition of tem perament It would be unfair to those who will enjoy "Head OveT; Heels" to disclose the solution of the plot. However, it reveals Ma bel N'ormand fn the performance of humorous acrobatic feats of which she is mistress. The .cast Includes Raymond Hatton, Hugh Thompson! Rass Powell and Lionel Belmore. The picture was direct ed hy Victor ScherUinger and Haul Bern. j , O'Brien Minstrels Score. iFun, of the clean, clever variety, anil the haunting melodies of old- tin e songs kept the audience at the , Columbia well entertained las: niglbt when Neil O'Brien's Minstrels ! pknyed to a well-filled house. Sea rcely a number was given that ' did not call for Hearty applause ' and many of the vocalists respond ed with several encores. The comedians proved to be clever on their feet Their offering of pop ular songs and Jokes was excellent and the nonse echoed with laugEter daring their offering. The seri ous selections given by the vocal ists was splendid and many an old time popular song .. was received with enthusiasm by the listeners. At the end of. the first act, an elab oratescenic display of battle scenes in the late war was shown. The soldiers' bonus song, "Lest We Forget," was song daring this scene. Any reference to remember the service men usually proves popular, and last night was no ex ception ; A comedy farce, "Rnfns In . the Lion's - Den," written by Neil O'Brien himself, made up the sec ond pan of the program. The hu moroua attempts of- a colored brother to tame a lion, even though It was hypnotized, was the theme of the offering. Perhaps the most popular part of the program was the offering of old-time songs and dance hits familiar to early day minstrel patrons. Members of the chorus took the part of darktown belles and beaux. Gene Pearson, the mail soprano, claimed hia share of attention. His voice waa very clear and when he took the high notes it was almost impossible to "That Wonderful' Girt," were pre sented by thia group. clever comedy skeicn. rn-- and Take, Bankers." featuring tne comedians of the cast was given next Jay Clay, known n',; walking literary digest entertained with alk on tonic oi toe aay uu vocal selections. A. playlet in three scenes, showing the mysen ous development of a deep weird plot called A Certain tany. con cluded the program. ' Here the comedians had a chance to score ... . . . i j : JX with anotner nit, wnicn uiej um little effort The company carries its own orhestra. The settings were unusually attractive and the lighting effects used during the different scenic display good. Old Hsmwatoaa? Coming, Perhaps yon are old enough to re call Denman Thompson in "The Old Homestead". If yom are- yoa will agree that it was one ef the great est heart interest plays of its day. Well, the story .has been filmed, and all of the- sweet romance and the thrills, witk plenty of new ones, have been retained, and H" coming nexl week to the Spencer Square. Dan Roche, whose business it is to let the movie fans in on advance information about Paramount pic tures, has come to Rock Island, and be' has left his card at the newspaper offices, with stories about "The Old Homestead". If -1. to m old alone to wsrtfc atfea af rtjalH atoa. Dan doent as a rale tperaosH ally enthane over a aietare. bnt hta! te Old Homestead afom(s8 tor "The Q! ne u m vaqt Rock Island fntww day teostinc another photoplay, sad if be lias got us all excited m "The Old Homestead", and the picture does not lrve ap to kte premises well. weTi personally agree to head, a party organised for the purpose of telling Dan that he has sprang his wet nictate -story on the credulous eustA In Rock Island. So we're aU ed up over Tb. Old Homeshi? W believe It's great xAttoiZTL' ply beeasse Dan Ri-h. it la. - ' says ft MOTHER! ove Child's Bowels with j "California 'Fig; Syrup" 1 Aft WTSE WOWFV A famous medical man -of ancient Mmes states reeardine his writlnes laf they were but a collection of nowledge obtained from-the "Wise iTomen." Do you realize -that in those times 0 women, and not the men, knew boot the healing properties of me- icmai plants, roots and 'herbs? m the earliest times women had knowledge of the treatment of isease and of the healing merit t roots and herbs. - Lydia E. PInkham's Vegetable ompound was originated bv oman, Lydia E. Plnkham. and is ow known and praised by women if all ages, it is prepared from ts and herbs havina medicinal miction of rreat value in the treat- nient of troubles women so often ,ve (Advertisement.) : ,.pr 4 7 I M'W H ill ' ; Hurry mother! Even a sick child i loves the "fruity" taste of "Califor nia Fig Syrop" and it never fails to open the bowels. A teaspoonful "today may prevent a sick child to morrow. If constipated, bilious, fev erish, fretful, has cold, colic, or ii 'stomach is sour, tongue coated, breath bad, remember a good cleansing of the little bowels is often all that is necessary. Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother! You must say "California" or yon may get an imitation fig lyrup. .(Advertisement) Restaurant Man Didn't Eat His Own Food. "It's pretty tough for a restau rant man to have stomach trouble. My customers were alays telling me 1 ought to eat in a good restau rant The fact was I couldn't eat a thing that didn't bloat me up and no medicine or doctors helped me. I tried everything recommended and at last Mayr's Wonderful Rem edy, and I assure you I didn't have to look any further. Since taking it I have been a well man." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes tne catarrhal mucous from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practi cally all stomach, liver and intesti nal ailments, including appendicitis, One dose will convince or money reiuntred. Bengston s drug stores, Rock Island, Davenport, Moline, and druggists everywhere. (ATI vertisement) Save and Beautify . Your Hair With 3Ve3bros3ferpicide RwftfcH b hart for the hir baeanas of Ha weuw action in baaotif yins- tba hair, ramuviag ilaiiilielf. atapnlnafallinchair. After an aspKeation of Berpirida tha hiidi Rfffeta of jour hair basin to gleam and your acalp baaiaa S ton op and become heaithy. in m few dajayoor bate will be eampkitelj transformed. ToarvriU have tha beautiful hair yon hara laaaia for. Xoor acalp will be tree Ire ft. Tour hair will atop falling- out. Ya Wul be neatly imnrnad. .NeabrofeHenickfe Kmneom Dcndtf - Stasw Fa&tg Ha what Km. Anna banil eays of MawWo's HenaV' atai (nietnied "lmm Myhmir HnpkMm ataaV. ft bet fa bar". Herpieida baa dona for Km. Connar daoxouian oIImub. it erul aDfafar do far von. Ilii hi nflli ne Me hnlai Ten will Ilka ift from the Bret apuHcetino. hhrnyhattlsiasnaran. aealtaenalltnatkt elaknadforll aryttoz atanMiiaaliiltetWundpiiuraMeirlra, SoU By ABprng I Dept. Store BENGSTOrrS DRUG STORE - Special Afents . . . s . A new shipment of wool slip-overs 2.50 Not too expensive all wool and awfully attractive that is what we have been promising in slip1 over sweaters for a long time and at last they have arrived. They are in an interesting variety of colors, both light and dark and just the thing for the cool days of Autumn. " 3L k K. is not associated with any other retail store - THE- THt ST0RCrP0R EVWYCOBY? imV J ufli Ml CfUU DRADY:WAXEMnROCa "" NEWS JIM tog t ervice I Dependable Merchandise Priced Low r ' - " Boys Tom Sawyer Blouses LOeV av ifiCV Vc'sasr' Warn FOR FINE LAUNDRY o TTl I3ar UVL.) o n JAMES CEACH &SOriS Druo8on-.raft Gland Tonic Rcsloros Vigor and Hdolth Your Glands Control Yaw Htaith ami Strenstb! Thoosands Aro Taking uraKM-ftran bum i Mists for a auk. Easy an. Sara Way to Rastare Youthful Strength ami Vigor. Tmv (lamb eentfM roar haailh and aarentth, and spaa the vital (land aecre none. yoar Tital omna. heart, Hver. atoai ach. ami yoar brain deaandl So lone ta ttle Claude are actlre roar body will be TKorooa and alert. But are. wort .eJMtloa and efe-ara of nodara Urine eonditlona weakraj yoar rlan da rary day. and thia aland weak neaa ie tba caoai oi Baoet ill heajtb. am mi awn and ort! " CBUSSEK KHAFT (ToaSk-Olandl tab lata Hklr and eaeily rcboild and KKractara yonr clanda, instilttnx ncw-rbnr into tba ayvtem. . Thmr anppb thoaa vital ecrolione which yonr ymem needs and without whieh yonr (landa ran not art DBUX9KS KAAFT waa Aaaoramd tn . teipatt after yean of naearch and perunante for a way te rebuild and otrengtben the flando and restore Tiror and health. The eaaarfcaMa reanlto ban arowan coamient aimeurla tnd thoUfh orny recently orancnt Bar thomanda of men and women are rebhildinc their worn tieeuea and rerainini- Tiror and vitality by (imply takinr threa DWJK&KK KfLLrt taMata daily. " Send for fan booklet to DRUE8EH jnAFT Iboratoriea. lad, 56 S. Randolph SC. vChicaca, m. Dmcnate "male" frnrile- ta iarii.t OMSwaek a aiae. HSi SaM hi Bank lelaaaf aa Carl n. ?T.1lT''.DrT" 8loI 7 leamnTdroil avarywhaw. CAdvertaaeairnt). . uvsrr . BB onusRjrKKAiT: to bi thb 95c Guaranteed washable. Just the thing or acbool wear. At this price mothers will supply all needs for the boy. All new fall patterns and a full sit rant. (Mala Floor) , Tom Sawyer Boys' Silk Ties 35c Boys' Tom Sawyer silk four-in-hand ties in pretty shades and color combinations. See then. (Mala. Floer) Men's New Fall Caps $1.85 Shown 'in the popular lifat hades as well as the mere eaa aarvativ colors. Very special at S1.SS. N (ate Fleer) ' Men's Plain Tan and Gray Shirts. Collars to Match $1.95 Men's plain white, tray end tan shirts, with separate col lars to match, and made of to repp cloth in avery aiae from 14 to 17. main Blear) Men's New Silk ; Knit Ties 45c One large troop of mea's stilt, knit ties in fairs newest pat tern, iaetadinc. a few trcaa dinea, (Mala Fleer) Girls' and Boys' ; All Wool '; Sweaters $1.98 SBp-over sweaters, coat sweat era, and such a variety ef styles and colors to choose from. A Wonderful value at $1.88. -(Itaetmtnt) Children's School Shoes $1.98 A special group of children's school shoes, bought special. .wiU so tomorrow at $1.98 pair. Women's 59c Mercerized Lisle Hose 39c Women a fine mercerised lisle Utt, heavyweight, the regular 50e grade, all first quality, at ave pair, - . Children's 50c Mercerized Lisle Hose 39c CMMrea's heavyweight mer cerfand Kale base, all siaea from SVi to 9V,, all. Brat enallty. The regular 50c grade at pair aw. " THOSE ALERT FOR OPPORTUNITIES TO SAVE WILL PRO FIT T0M0RRR0W BY THESE UNSUAL VALUES IN New Autumn Dresses! Styles (or Women and Misses at IP and 29 Only by inspect km can yon possibly realist what wondrous values tbcae dreaees art. They are all brand new, scores of models. Fash ioned ef sigh grade silk and cloth materials that will be so popular Draped, paneled, basque, straightiine and flared skirts; lower waist lines and flowing sleeves. In the predominating fall colors of aavy, brown and black. Silk and Wool Dresses These dresses reprveent one of the most unusual values we have ever been able to offer women and misses of this com- sanity. Ion must se them te appre ciate them. The best go first, and arte early attendance. Ureases that weaM sell ap to $17.50 at dfb .ansa, stfat i fBeeend Fleer) rTn?wsiwwwrnyrjar n J POLKA DOT New Apron Dresses A Special Value . at $11 .25 JL New Polka dot percales. Indigo blue with white dot and tan with pink and blue dots. Very attractively trimmed with rick jack braid. Bave the tie back sash and pockets. A full aise range for women and misses. (Seeead fleer) Women's All Silk Full Fashioned Hose $1.49 A. Made of pure thread silk with the double silk garter top, fin mercerised lisle foot, full fash ioned leg and foot. Properly re inforced at the heel and toe. The regular $3.00 grade with very slight imperfections that are not noticeable. Shotrn in black only. An extra value at pair $1.40. (Main Floor) Dependable Wall Papers! Enamel varnish tile washable papers in neat block and tile effects, a wonderful value, at roll 26c A Few Attractive Paint Prices! JBrad Wax best grade House Paint, gallon $2.69 Sherman Williams Airplane Waterproof Varn ish, gallon $4.50 Gladden best grade "Preservit" Varnish, half k gallon $130 We carry a complete line of Valspar Enamels and Stains, also a complete line of Jap-a-lac Varnish .Stains and Enamels. (Mala Floor) Exceptionally high pers for every home, at roll grade is paths 12y2c While they last a few beauti- furxc-lnco imported papers, Regular price $1.00, for roll ........... 29c ; New Slip-Over Sweaters $1.98, $2.95 $3.95 and up A wonderfully large iasoTtmcnt of styles and colore to choose from, they are arriving every day from eastern manufactur ers. Newer creations every day and we are keeping p itB them. (Seread Fleor) V THURSDAY ANOTHER BIG 10c SALE 4000 Yards Assorted Cotton Goods la thia big lot yen will find many worth op to 25e per yard, and as thesssortment is large yea can select yonr material for most any purpose. We advise coming early as the best will v be snapped up first. Sale start promtpty at S :30 Thursday morning. Ginghams Flannels Voiles Poplins Suitings Repps Nainsooks YARD - , Percales Chambrays Muslins-,. Batistes Pongees Soisettes Swisses (Mala Fleer) -Taac.