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....... J U I .Lr.aMv ::jes era Ti:K.:o;t:HiT. OY EARLY RilE wtatalar Fin Back Islui ttftt Frwit Pitt ZU to Kh- Urte Beat Htase. pUfflM which started at 1 o'clock kU morning rutted the warehouse Meh waa formerly the Diamond le faoatbooae, on the rlrer front at ffjaj a'enue ana mueiveuiu lum. -1 4antitr of hay and grain stored ' tt also went up in flfcmea. When the fire department re ' ired the call at 1:20 o'clock, a , .i ..rm waa turned in When win ne neia bi 7:ao a1 1 la "i.1?1?,?? The Woman'a tnild holds its month Mjrenieari. , hnain. m-tl,,, ..4 ,fr . wJl atmcture waa ..reaoy one church TnrV .f77 CMtral IVtakTtorlM Prarer aerricea will be held Wednesdarl erening ana TKy anernoon the miaatoa society 1U meet : with Mrs. a H. Andrews in Moline, rri dar erening the Mary-Martha cir cle will present "The ttambly Al bum.'' The Junior Christian En dearer society will meet at 2:30 Saturday afternoon. flMtfe Park rYeshrterian The Bereu class will hold Its monthly social tonight at the home of Mrs. R. N. Whitley,' IMS Twenty-ninth-and-a-halt street Wedneaday after noon at 4: IS the Junior Christian Endeavor society will meet, and prayer meeting will be held at 7:30. anting mass of flame which bril kotly lighted the entire river front and cast a red glow upon the biddings across the Mississippi. Alter 45 minutes of battling the tremen extinguished the last iparks, but left the structure a ruin emslntlng of a bare framework, . iracticallr roofless and ready ,to topple over In a high wind. six lines of hose were used Is combating the flames. At the out let the small body 'of spectators Which had gathered could not stand comfortably within 50 yards from the fire to watch its progress, so Jercely hot was the conflagration. Others Wot Damaged. No other buildings were threat ened by the fire. The nearest ' itructure to the old boathouse, which stands out isolated on ih'e river bank, is across the railroad tracks and First avenue, or about 100 yards away. ' . Several - hundred . dollars was spent in remodeling the place only last June. At that time the old boathouse had been a battered, run down place for a year or more, and city authorities delivered an ulti matum to its owners to the effect that the place must be removed or renewed. At that the owners went to work remodeling the place and made a decent looking storage building out of it.. Firemen visited the scene of the . fire several times during the morn ing to extinguish sparks in a num ber of bales of hay which were till smoldering. The loss to the feed store operated by Sam Katchke was estimated at, $500. The buildidg, owned jointly by the Blair and Streckfus Steamboat companies, is a total loss. are at a loss to account for the origin of the blaze as the building, was an entire mass of flames when they arrived. at Washington school tonishL Wednesday afternoon the Indies' aid society will Meet with Mrs. Will lam Held, 1444 Forty-second street. rayer services will be held Wed nesday evening and Friday night tne latter department of the Sun day school win give a Hallowe'en party ana th choir will rehearse. A business meeting will be held by the young people's class Friday night. . '-. - ' . Memorial Ckrlstlaa "Wednesday evening prayer services and Thurs day evening the men's class will sponsor an entertaniment at Frank lin school. Friday eraning Mrs. Moffitt' s class of girls will enter tain the intermediate boys' class at a Hallowe'en party at the church. Mrs. L. J. Kincaid, 219 Tenth street will entertain the Juniors at her home Friday evening. . Grace Lutheran An all day sew ing meeting of the ladies' aid so ciety will be held in the church parlors tomorrow. Trinity Episcopal Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 Trinity guild will meet with Mesdames Boorman and Krebs at 1918 Twelfth street. Thursday afternoon at 4:15 the Junior Girl's Friendly society meets and Thursday evening at 7:30 choir rehearsal will be held. ' Boy Scout banquet will beneld at 6:30 Thurs day night Friday, at 10 a. m.. morning prayer "and litany in the Saturday. St. ' Simon and practice at 8:30. The Juniors will-st. Jnde's day. holv communion at m oar n, .'it woiinAonav BTiaranAti ' Saturday the ladies' aid society will sponsor a bakery sale at Young & McCombs. First Unitarian The" Woman's Alliance will meet tomorrow after noon at 2:30 with Mrs. Roy Kracke, 1746 Ninth avenue, Moline. Reports of the recent state conference will will be given. First Methodist -Miss Julia Mar shall will entertain the Queen Esther's tonight at her home, 807 Fifteenth street. Mid-week serv ices will be held Wednesday even ing at 7:30. Gloria Vet Catted Presbyterian- Mary tsaira mtsion circle will meet at the parsonage at 7:30 and Wed nesday evening prayer services will be held. - First raited Presbyterian There will be no prayer, services Wednes day evening. Opening Thursday evening and continuing Friday an educational institute will be con ducted at the church under the aus picea of the church board of educa tion. Out-of-town speakers will ad dress the meetings. Oak Grove United Presbyterian WAfinpotflV ovohlncr tnlrl.wAAar aarv. ices will be held at 7:30 with choir chapel. 1a.m. and 10 a. m. in the chapel. Zlon Lutheran Thursday even ing choir rehearsal will be held and Friday afternoon and evening the ladles' aid society will sponsor the annual bazar and supper in the Lutheran Brotherhood building, Augusta na college. Saturday morn ing the ' confirmation class will meet. v , Flft CLEAN CITY Camp He. M, With V Members, aorses Campaign Being Can.' , ducted by Tim Argus. ' The following resolution has been adopted by Independence camp. No. za, Modern woodmen ol America: Whereas, The crusade against vice conditions in the city and county of Rock bland is being vtg-i orously conducted by The Argus in behalf of the law-abiding people of this community, and Whereas, the crusade - has al ready produced results that have astounded the people of this com mudity, and we believe it contin ued until a successful conclusion will be the most powerful com munity welfare drive ever ; con ducted in any community, therefore bejit. Resolved, That we, the members Df . Independence camp. No. 26, of the Modern Woodmen of America, being intensely interested in all movements for the betterment of this community, do hereby heartily endorse the action of The Argus, and cherish the hope that it will continue the crusade until the shackles have been struck from this community, disrespect for the law will not again be tolerated, and our city again advance along legiti mate lines to a bigger and better business and home lite. Above adopted by unanimous vote of Camp No. 26, M. W. of A., with a membership of 2,730. ELMER F. JOHNSON, Clerk. 1 BfgSlS U" Fiity Yar. of Service V L I i i:i nrk .-T i -rH afj . m .mJ&V-E&Si : llll II r II II II II II I if) III II UUIRaXT:JrTXI JIRNIR2f 1 V The Welcome Portals of This Store H TTHOUSANlS of people passed through S these portels'yesterday, the opening day, of our Fourth Annual Housewarming. ' Everyone is invited. Come, and see the great quantities of merchandise that await you! Just such goods that you are now in need of. J Enjoy Refreshments as Our Guests EE Light, but warming refmhments are served to our " guests at the Booths on each floor- No charge and no ' obligation to purchase, of course. g ' And the Kiddies Have Not Been Overlooked Every little Boy and Girl, accompanied by a grown- up," calling at the Little Folks' Shop Wednesday after 5 noon will receive a really and truly "Gingerbread Min." 1 "We Live to Serve mi Serve to live" New Shipment of Ivory; MAKE selec tions now while the. as sortment is complete. The New But ton Hook and Shoe Horn Com b i n a t i o n will please you, $1.00. Perfume Bottles witfc Frosted Stoppers, 85c Tooth Brush Cylin ders, 30c. ' Ivory Combs, 30c. Soap Dish in the Du barry patterns, 39c. Hair Brushes, medium size, $1.48. ?1 v. ' Ivory Mirrors, $2.50. Complete Candle Stick Holder wih Candle Shade, $1.25. Round Tin Cushions with pink or blue velvet top, 39c. rete.tea't. Mala toot. t J .1 Milan Personals Evangelical Chnrch of Peace Choir rehearsal will be held to night followed by a play rehear sal. Thursday evening the first di- I vision of the ladies' society will Fireman ' sPtnsot' an entertainment. Sunday illuming imuiuiauuit auu uuuiit- mation services will be held. An adult class of 15 will be confirmed. Carl Zahn left today for a visit of several months in California. Free Methodist Class mwtine Mrs. Louie Schmidt of east of will be held tonight. Wednesday ( Milan is critically ill and was re afternoon at 2:20 the Woman "s For- moved to St. Anthony's hospital, eign Mission society will meet at the; where she will -undergo an opera- parsonage. Thursday evening at ! tion. BLACK HAWK CLUB WILL HIKE TO U. S. BIOLOGICAL PLANT 7:30. Saturday afternoon the jun ior mission society meets at the church at 2:30. Spencer Memorial Methodist The choir will practice at the par sonage at 7 o'clock Wednesday ev ening. At 7.30 prayer meeting will be held followed by a called meet ing of the W. H. M. S. Friday even ing the first division of th ladies' Linens You May Need Are Specially Priced Milan Epworth league of Metho dist church will give an entertain ment Nov. 9. A miscellaneous pro gram will pe given. Friends of Mrs. John Campbell -5a will be glad to learn that she is convalescing nicely from the at- tack of rheumatism which she suf- j 2 fered since visiting at the home of i S her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Kimble. I rr in Wakefield, Xeb. Mrs. Campbell j i Second afternoon The United States biological sta tion at Fairport, Iowa, will be vis ited by the members of the Black Hawk club next Saturday in one of the most important ail-day hikes of the vear. The hikers will leave the Y. W. C. A. at 9:30 o'clock for Fair port in trucks and expect to return late that evening. '- ' PROPERTY HOLDERS' KOTICE. Gen. No. 600 Notice is hereby given to all per-! sons interested that the board of I local improvements of the city of! Rock Island, Illinois, has filed in the county court of Rock Island county, a certificate of the cost of) the improvement entitled in said I court "In Re Petition of the City of Eock Island, Illinois, to assess the cost of the construction of a storm drain oh Ninth street and Twelfth avenue" and said certificate also shows the court costs, the amount of accrued interest, and the total amount of said assessment and said certificate also states that the said improvement conforms .sub stantially to "the requirements of the original ordinance for the construc tion of the same as required by law. The said certificate which also shows a rebate in the amount of the said assessment in the sum of $271.74, has been filed in said pro ceedings, and that final bearing on said certificate and supplemental assessments will be had on the 8th day of November, A. D. 1922, at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m.. or as soon thereafter as the business of the court will permit. All persons de ajring may file objections in said court before said day and may ap pear on the hearing and make their defense. - Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 24th day of October, A. D. 1922. H. M. SCHRIVER. FRANK WICH. JOHN MURRIN. , M. T. RUDGRF.N. WM. FITZSIMMONS. Board of local improvements of the city of Rock Island, 111. (Adver tiwment.) lead ot the wanla and offers of peo P' iron know. Turn to Ibe Claasined Ad taction. M First Baptist Wednesday after noon at 4 o'clock the. Crusaders band meets and prayer services will be held at 7:30 Wednesday evening. Friday the ladies' aid society will hold an all day work meeting and Saturday the Phila thea class will sponsor a bakery sale at the Piggly-Wiggly store. A 100 per cent day will be held by the Sunday school nxet Sunday. - Fifteenth Avenue Christian The Loyal Younr People's class-' will present a play, "Ruth in a Rush", I street. aid society will sponsor a Hallowe' expects to return home next week. en social ai me cnurcn. Home ; Guards will meet Saturday after noon with Edna Daves, 284S Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Christian the ladies' Harmless Means j of Reducing Fat I A WELL-FILLED lin en chest is indica tive of a careful house keeper, always prepared for any occasion, and .these special values arc always needed. Pure Lken Table CUtlu and Napkins Women's Two-clasp Kid Gloves g $1.75 if V V J f . r. rv. ana vverseam sewn. 1 z With plain and contrasting S stitching;- Colors, black and brown. Per pair, $1.75. ' E5 rrtcrara'a. Mala floor. A 3 4 i Mr $12.25 set Wednesday M at ,e ,rar Quinary means aid society t . . . ,i . ua ,.. Will meet at the church and Friday extraordinary method. Extraordinary be night the primary class sponsors a pie social at the church. Saturday evening the Young Married Peo ple's members will be guests at a Hallowe'en party at the borne of Mrs. Harry McDonald", 1624 Sixth I cause while perfectly harmless no dietins ; or exercise are nece.-ary. Marmola Pre scription Tablets are made exactly in ac-J cordance with the famous Marmola Pre-1 scription. Tou reduce- steadily and eas- j ily. with no ill effects. Procure them from your druggist at one dollap--for a case or send price direct to the Marmoia Company. 4612 Woodward Avenue. Detroit. Mich. (Political Advertising.) (Political Advertising) Classified Adages 'PUT your finger in . the fire, and say 'twas ill for tune. And put our finger on the offer you want i among the A-B-C Classified Ads, and call it good fortune. Read them today! kCopyrirtal. 1922. by Basil I. Smlt T o Republican Voters: All pure Irish Linen Table Cloths, sizes 68x86. And halt duzen Napams to match. Beautiful designs of poppy, ivy and dot, also lily of the valley. These sets are put up in pretty gift boxes, and will make an ideal 55 gift, $12.25 per set g Crochet Bed Spreads. $2.29 Hraimed Crochet Spreads, size 78x90. A heavy qual- 55 ity made from selected yarns. Pretty designs for your selection. 8 1 x 90 Bleached Sheets, 95c 52 Bleached Seamed Sheets in size 81x90. Good grade 55j of muslin ; hand torn and neatly hemmed, each 95c g Embroidered Pillow Cases, ea. 59c- 55 Hemstitched anrhembroidered cases, size 45x36. EE Made of Fruit of the Loom Muslin in pretty designs. 5 While 25 dozen last, at 59c each. -FaUrsM'a. Baiaaa aor. New Pattern Veils 79c BLACK, taupe, brown and blue with col ored chenille dots and braided designs. Also plain net meshes. Priced at 79c. reteriea's. Main floor. Pure Linen f- Handkerchiefs J. J v 15C ;; WQ MEN'S pure Linen Handker chiefs with hemstitched fu EH hem and made of good .ffj quality linen ; at 15c each. 5J5 fileraea'a Mala loor4:r: New "Bertha" Collars THEY bring something very new and smart in the way of Neckwear. The very simplest frock 'can be come smart with the addition of one of these Bertha collars. Bertha Collars are featured in our Neckwear Department in various sizes and at several prices. Circular Frillings in georgette, net and metalllace at AM Maw 1 A J aA 1 $1.03 TO per yard. Pctcnea'a. Mala floor. By your votes the administration of affairs of Rock Island County for many years has been al most wholly in hands of Republicans. v By your selection you have maintained a high average of manhood and efficiency in the offices and of administration for the county. Perfection is not expected, but a high average you have a right to demand. You have demanded a high average and it has ' been delivered and maintained for you and for the whole public . v 1 When Rock Island County went on to the mar ket with $ 1 ,000,000 in bonds, it did not have a dol lar of bonded indebtedness. Its bonds were taken at a rate of one-half of one per cent lower than had been expected. v - . j Is that worth anything to you? The Republican Party is before you now with a ticket that again is of high average. It is worthy again of your support ) Rock Island County Republican i Central Committee - Mm mm amv m $2-2.50-$3 Box Stationery 1 $1 Es 'LOSING the 55 surplus stock 55 of a large mill makes it possible tomorrow to - offer a won- 5 derful as snrtmpnf. of herh crruAe statinnerv that was manu- 55 factured to sell at $2.00, $2 50 and $3.00 - per box ; at the unusual price of $1.00. 5 Some boxes have correspondence 5 cards with stationery. White, blue, pink, 55 buff, and lavender. Ideal card prizes and 5 an opportunity to purchase very desir- 55 able Christmas Gifts, -reuraeva. at aim mm. 1 Ribbons for Autumn FASHION uses ribbons with a lavish hand this season hats with ribbon pan els, girdles and long sashes; saits with ribbon ves- tees, and in in stances, ribbon linings and facings. Our Ribbon Section fairly glistens with handsome metal brocades in gold and silver effects. Then there are all the fashionable browns in wood shades and bright shades reflecting the tints of Autumn leaves. All widths, all prices. 18c Fast Color Percales, 8 yds. for pl A FINE big lot of 3-lnch Fast Color Percales In both light ad dark colors. A real bargain at this special price of 8 rarti fer I1JM. PeUraea'a Mala Floor Comfort Cretonne, yd.. . BUNGALOW Printed Comfort Cretonne. 3 inches wide In an almost endless rariety of pat terns. Just the correct weight for good serviceable comfort ables. This is a seasonable offering at this special price, 18c per yard." f-Fttenea'i. Sain floor. Imported Jap Crepe, per yd.. GENUINE Imported Jap Crepe, COO yards, in all the best shades. This crepe is fast color and wears wonderfully welL Special, per yard at 23 r. retarsaa'a. Alain uoor Outing Flannel Gowns Pretty as Well as Practical 98c w HEN you ...srt 29c 49c SPECIAL AT 49e YARD A large assortment of Fancy Ribbons, 5Vfc to 7 inches wide in beautiful Floral, , Parisian, Plaids and Striped Patterns; -also plain taffetas and moires Sn all col- rer yard, 49c, , -ntmni. atata aaM. Drs, Mechanical KKn Motorcycles OOl, MECHANICAL Toy Motor cycles; good quality spring motor, for Uc rotama'a Tnylaad Chl-ChL, Game ........ FOR your Hallowe'en Party get this Chinese Fortune Telling Game. -aUraaa'a raylaat Baaemeat- 6 Tabk Tumblers 29c Colonial Table Tumblers. Gear glass and smooth bottoms. Set of 6 for 29c FHann'i Baaaaacat flannel night gowns you're pretty apt to think of them as practical and warm ; and let it go at that ! These are practical and warm, but thev are very attractive as well ; prettily made and carried out in dainty colors. Slip-over styles as well as long tiieeve mod els; cut full With round and V necks and double yokes. Feather stitching and liraid trimming. Sizes 16 to 17. Regular $1.25 and $1.G0 qualities fot 88c. rctersea'a. HUM lluor. Sateen Bloomer, 49c BLACK and white sateen bloomers for girls from 8 to 18 years. 'Cut full, and all seams are double stitched. lias elastic fitted waist line and two rows of elastic at the knees. The sateen is an extra good quality with lustrous triisb. rtttntn Thlra Uoor. ' High-Grade Shirts $1.95 SATIN striped Madras, Mer cerized repp cloths, Wov en Madras and Mercer ized Pongee. Made with soft double cuffs, 'lhe patterns are neat and clean and the colors fast. Cut to fit perfectly ; sizes 14 to 17Va. This is new merchandise, under priced for this special event at $1.95. peteraaa'a. Maia Snor. ?3 Jr.' uM' ' aui I X3 DAVENPORT WW. Ih. 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