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fir Hundred FtulttN Whin
- Attend winner seeing- at i.
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two hundred committee women
a the Royal Neighbors mentber
(kip drive In Rock Island end Mo
Hat received instruction! and par
ticipated in a pep meeting at (the
y W. C A. last night. Unusual
It'tereBt in the campaign was
rtewn bjr the enthusiasm of those
tewnt at the meeting. The drive
for'SaO new members in the two
(Hies was started Thursday but
nl officially launched last eren
tog to continue for six weeks.
Toe chairman in each of the
amp in Rock Island and Moline
reported progress of the work in
fhdr camps. In each instance the
chairmen either had the applica
tions of the new members or pros
pective members in view. Accord
ing to Mrs. Dell Newton, Peoria,
Kite supervising deputy for Illi
nois, who presided at the meeting
last night, the officials anticipated
little , difficulty in reaching the
quota of 350 new members.
Dr. Hada Carlson, supreme phy
lician, Mrs. Lynn Edgett, La Salle,
district deputy, and Mrs. . Dell
Newton, gave short talks on the
enthusiasm and pep that is needed
by every worker in the Campaign
in order to put the drive over suc
cessfully. The committee women
received instructions in regard to i
soliciting new members and were
made familiar with all matters
pertaining to the society in order
that questions which may be asked
by the prospective members will
be answered intelligently.
Twenty employes from the head
office of the society gave a short
program and the meeting was clos
ed with the singing of booster
songs. The big booster meeting
of all the camps in the two cities
will be held in the Y. W. C. A.
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.
Every member of the society is in
vited to be present and participate
as boosters of the campaign for
new members.
I Municipal Matters I
o 6
Kerular Meeting Held Oct. 16, 1922.
City Council Chamber, Rock Is
land, Illinois, Oct. 16, 1922. The
city council met in regular session
at 3 o'clock p. m., Mayor Schriver
and all commissioners present.
The minutes of the regular meet
ing held Oct. 9, 1922, and the regu
lar meeting held Oct. 2, 1922, were
read and approved.
Commissioner Rudgren submitted
the following weekly pay roll for
week ending Oct. 14, 1922, which on
his motion was allowed by unani
mous vote:
F. Dona way $ 20.25
Charles Nesseler 27.00
J. Siebrandt 24.00
J. Johnson 21.00
George Senger 24.00
V,. DeSmet
24.00
23.50
15.00
24.00
h. II o i n
H. Uresnahan ....
S. Parrish
J. Tobin
I). Thomas
P. Thorpe
Sam Knox ,..
J. Marrs
J. MeCarl
Art Donaway
O. Kelleman ....
William Watkins .
Jff Moore
R. Roggencamp . .
Bos Wilson
'uiiy Harper ....
II. liowsrs
William Richards
Dan Reed
J. McNeil
R. Cerdes
23.00
' 24.00
24.00
18.00
8.00
26.00
26.00
27.00
24.00
18.00
38.40
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
Lew Ehlers - 24.00
William Smith
20.00
24.00
24.00
22.00
22.00
22.00
12.00
J. V. Peterson
Art Ktzel
William McCarthy
J. Heator
Julius .Nelson
Mat Munch
I'-eorge Littig ....
J. H. Smith
8.00
8.00
$ 845.15
RECAPITULATION.
Street and bridge S 405.15
Sewer fund . 54.00
Garbage system 200.00
Water works expense 162.00
Reservoir expense 24.00
845.15
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
losolution that the C, R. I. & P
Railway company be allowed
J-L'.SS. Carried by unanimous
vote.
Commissioner Fitzsimmons of
fertd a resolution that during the
lime of the funerals of Officers
Gree nand Miner ,the city hall and
all city offices be kept closed as a
token of respect. Carried by unani
mous rote. ,
Commissioner Wich read a re
port of the board of local improve
ments recommending the adoption
of an ordinance providing for the
construction of a 10-inch sewer on
the west side of Twelfth street from
the sewer at the south end of
Maurus addition to a point 30 feet
south of Twenty-fifth avenue, and
n eight-inch sewer on the south
side of Twenty-first avenue from
Twelfth street sewer east to a
Point 800 feet east of Twelfth
street ; also an estimate of the
probable cost 'of said improve
ment in amount of 13.060.00 by the
city engineer and engineer of the
board of local local improvements;
nd an ordinance providing for the
'aid imDrovement. which ordinance
n his motion was considered by
tiiaaimous vote.
Commissioner Wich offered a
Resolution that the Midway Oilj
company be granted a permit to.
erect a fillins station at the south
east corner of Sixteenth street and
lliird avenue, plans for same hav-.
"'i been approved by tnts council.
Carried by unanimous rote.
Mayor Schriver submitted an or
dinance regulating the use of cur
tiins and screens in soft drink par-
rs. which ordinance on his no
' was considered by ' unanimous
iayor Schriver offered a resolu-
HdUlills Murder Seem?
v
4 k JT
New evidence reaching New Brunswick (N. J.) authorities lead
them to believe the murder of the Rev. Edward Wheeler Hall and
Mrs. Eleanor Reinhardt Mills took place in a deserted sehoolhouse
four miles from where the bodies were found. Above, exterior of the
sehoolhouse; below, its interior, where victims may have been im
prisoned. Inset, Mrs. Charles Miller, who heard screams near the
school on the night of the murder.
tion that the ordinance regulating donated to The Argus Policemen's
the use of curtains and screens in'Fund for tne widows of 'Officers
sou unuK pariors, De aaopieo. car
ried by unanimous vote.
Mayor Schriver submitted the
following resolution which on his I
motion was adopted by unanimous I
vuie ; '
"Whereas, God in
.
his infinite
mercy and wisdom has called from ,jay evenings,
this life our- friends and co-work-1
ers, Police Officers James Green - - - ----- - - - -.
and Edward Nelson Miner; and aslBpniaoi
they died on the field of duty offer-1
tag their lives as the supreme sac-;
rifice upon the alter of fidelity and i
service, i
And Whereas, We recognize that'
both men embodied all the quali-
ties that made them Ideal officers, '
willing to obey all orders and toi
carry on, even to the gates of death,
ineir lauuiuiuess aim uevouuu uc
ing an inspiration and an example
of the sublime qualities that arc
so often foUnd in the lives of our
police-officers, who daily risk all
in the performance of their duty. I
Therefore Be It Resolved, That
this council hereby voices its deep
and everlasting gratitude, love an:ll
respect for the splendid men who!
have answered their last roll call:
I and that our sincere respect and i
Byuipamy la uereuy e&ieuueu u an t
bereaved ' relatives and friends; i
that a copy of these resolutions lie j
spread upon our minutes and that i
copies be sent to the respective
families and the public press." I
Adjourned on motion of Mayor .
Schriver. - i
M. T. RUDGREN, j
. City Clerk, j
MOLINE ASKS TO
HAVE RAILROADS
OPEN CROSSINGS
(Special Moline Semce.) .
The city of Moline has petitioned
the Illinois commerce commission i
to issue an order directing the epv-
eral railroads running through Mo-:
line to open Fortyeighth street for
general traffic.
Opening of the street will be
necessary in order for the city to
complete a four-block paving proj
ect, which is contemplated for nexi
year. The street is open on both
sides of the railroad crossing, but
vehicle traffic cannot cross the
tracks at the present time.
Contract for the paving of Forty
first street from Fifth avenue to
River drive has already been let
and the work will.be started early
in the spring.
A decision on the petition is not
expected for I week, it being simply
a formality in getting the rail-,
roads to act
PROCEEDS WILL BE
GIVEN POLICE FUND!
- i
The J. S. club announces a spe- i
cial dance at Eagles' hall Friday
evening when' the proceeds will be
POTATOES
Early Onto Red
JUver, Bushel ...
79c
Peck ....... 22c'
P&GSbap, 44 c
10 bars .". . . . -
Pancake Flour C g
Fresh stock, pkg... '
Pet Cream 99 C
t small cans ......
Jel" 29c
3 pkgs ....
Raisins
lb. ........
17ic
SNYDER'S
'. Cash and Cany
Grocery 1521 2 At.
J 11
Green and Miner. The Eagles will
give the club use of their hall with
out charge and the music will be
furnished by the
c: it... L' ,. ,. "
orchestra. The . club sponsors
rtnnrpa pvArt Wprinpsriav and Fri-
NOW!
VP
V w '
STORMS
may come!
STORMS
may go!
,But never have people
stormed a theatre as
they are storming the
doors of the Fort Arm
strong Theatre to see
MR. GEORGE
and his entire motion
picture cast including
HELENE SULLIVAN
ALL IN PERSON
ON THE SCREEN
and
ON THE STAGE
In His 'ew Version of
THE SIGN
OF
THE ROSE
WARNING!
There are 140,000 people
inthe Tri-cities. Only 25,
000 can see George Beban
and bis Motion Picture
Cifat at tbe
FORT
ARMSTRONG
Theatre between now and
Saturday ight. "Will you
be one of the lucky ones?
PRICES
E?e. Adults Gfie
Mat. Adolls .44c
Children, any time tic
Children nnder & not admitted
to auditorium. Free nursery.
Shows at 2:156:458.45
MAJESTIC
TODAY "
HENRY B. WALTHALL
"The Long Chance"
V ' Also" .
HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY
TTHX3 FDKCTDCZD
BJ COLLCIOII OF
AUT0M0EILE3
' No one was injured bat two anto
mobUee were slightly damaged
yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
Waggr, Kewanee, smashed into the
AT FRANCS
Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 Sharp Will Begin Our Greatest
HI
Bought Especially for
Here Are
the
Pieces:
6 Dinner Plates
6 Pie Plates ,
6 Sauce Dishes
6 Butter Chips
6 Cups
6 Saucers
Two
Beautiful
Patterns
A gigantic one-day sale of dinner
sets that have just arrived bought
by the Hadley Buying Association,
of which we are a member for the
"Million-A-Week" Sale.
Let us say, also, at the outset that we do not believe
you will be able to improve upon the great opportunity
offered in this sale or in fact equal it.
The price at which we are offering these sets is so
low that it makes this the greatest sale of its kind we
have ever seen.
The sets are made of good quality semi-porcelain
ware, made in the U. S. A. by one of the leading pot
teries. Your choice of beautiful floral or banded pat
terns. No nratterfrbat else may interest you tomorrow, do
not fail to be here to share in this great, sale.
Davenport member of the
Hadley Association, Largest
Furniture Buyers in America.
Call R. 1. 3422
Butter 38c
Nice Fresh Dairy Butter -
Creamery,
1-lb. prints
41c
Eggs, doz. 29c
Guaranteed.
Cabbage for Kraut
Nice Holland Seed, best for
kraut Buy now. .
2i lbs. for Bsc
5 lbs. for-.... $1.15 .
100 lbs. for ....$2.25
Onions, bu. $1.19
Nice big Red Globe Onions
all small ones screened out.
Peaberry Coffee
An exceptionally good blend,
worth much more money
worth 35c to 3Sc a lb. Out it
goes at
4 lbs. for 99c
WE DELIVER AIX ORDERS
TOO LARGE TO CARRY.
"LOUIE"
Erbstein's
Profit Sharing firocery
627 MTH STREET
Tel. R. I. 3422
Open Evenings.
Our System Means Lower
Prices.
I
rear of a car drives by Elmore
Freeman, 1G06 Thirty-second street
The accident occurred on
Twelfth street at Twenty-ninth
avenue when Waggy attempted to
pass the Freeman car which was
following cloaely behind a faneralj
procession. Tne iront or tne Ke
wanee car struck the rear of Free
man's car. A fender was broken
and a Urw punctured on the Frea-
DANCING
Every
Wednesday
Eagles' Hall
21st St. 4lh Ave Rock Island
6 Hot Spots
Orchestra
Dent Forget the BIp
Benefit Dance
Proceeds Will Be Donated to
The Argus Fnnd for the Late
Officers Green and
Miner
Friday, Oct. 27
Given By the Jazile Six
. )
, Un tbe dantfled ad section like yon
am tbe telepbooe book. ' Tbe d are all
indexed under their cornet, specific claial- i
flcation headinc. !
"
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Bill
mm
I at COLISEUM : Tonight
Admission 55c Couple, Extra Lady 25c
iHiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuinnii
man ear an tbe front ante was
bent and a front tire punctured on
tna Watty ear, .., . .
nWKIW COXFEUKCK.
WaaUngton. Oct J4. The United
States invited Central American
governments to a conference, Dec.
4. tor a discussion of measures far
the welt being of Central America.
the Great
This Complete 42-Piece Set Is an
EXTRA SPECIAL ONE-DAY
OFFER at
$1.00
Cash
1
Oh Prc'Pafi Ffgures
' 1
Ererylhlnff for the Well Furnished Home On Conrenlent Payment
1?-1M Wl Second St, DaTcapert. ' Phone D&Teapoit 817.
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DAVENPORT
0W PLATING
First Showing in
Middle West
Wesley Barry
In-
Rags to Riches 1
"A Warner Bros. Screen
: Classic
100 Entertainment
Siteeial Comedy
CLYDE COOK In
. "THE ESKIMO"
' " Edward Meikel
playing "Georgette"
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RIALTO
Theatre.
. 624 9th St.
Today
"WIFE AGA1MST WIFE"
With aa Alt-Star Cast
ALSO COMEDY
2rraaC9
SfeaitifetMi photoplay MCV E
DANCE
DSHOLAY CIIAPTE3 ;
PETITIONS TO ES
OiKUBYBOABD
Final action on the application of
candidates for charter membership
in the new DeMolay organization
will be taken at n. meetinr of the 1
advisory conncil tomorrow evening
ffi
"MiHion - a - Week - Sale"
1 10c AMERICAN 10c
, Today
Hobart Bosworth
In "WHITE IIMS" ,
And Christie Comedy
. Wednesday
yirk t arter in
"Who's tiuilly-'
HARRY SWEET in
"The KIckisi' Fool
Also "Kidnapped I!) Indians"
b
Weekly es
t .
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DAYE.M'OKT
RIGHT NOW!!!
E Posithely ihe Amusement
Sensation of the Ytr
tSYNCOPA ION Week
Direct iiom Balnhan k
Chicago Theatre
KaU
, Superb Presentation
Overture Capitol Sym
phony Orchestra.
2. Piano Syncopated Number
Harold Sears.
3. Syncopated Xylophone
Novelty Harold Sears.
4. Gibson Sisters and Grady. H
5. Briscoe & Austin. E
6. Fairmtin & Furman.
7. Juanita Means.
8. Eddy Lqwry. E
o Increase in Prices E
Vaudeville Performances 3, 7 S
and 9 p. m.l
VERA GORDON in E
"Your Best Friend" 1
LArry Semon in 1,000
uugns tntmea v.ok
Capitol Orcheatra
La pirecTioN or M.aLJkNK
1 E Walter Steely at the , il - -m
1, Urgan tne
uiuiiiiuiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiuiuiiiwuiumir.eusta a
at tta T it. C A.- at 'eiock. ;
It hi unacted that tall 7 cnnd
dates will be Initiated nt the eer ',
mony Nov. , whan oHcera of the
Davenport chapter will put on .the
work. Tickets fat the banquet ta
be given that eveniag are in the ;.:.
hands of a large groap of men and.
it la expected M Masons wit), at
tend
Members of the Eastern star
will serve the dinner.
AT FRANCS
Sale of
42-Pieces
In This
Set: '
1 Sugar Bowl
1 Cover
1 Cream Pitcher
1 Meat Platter
1 Veg. Bowl
1 Gravy Bowl
Good Quality
Dishes .
$1.00
Week
Davenport member of the
Hadley Association, Largest
Furniture Buyers in America.
AT THE
I GLORIA
I SWANSON
In the greatest dramatic sen
satiun of her career
I "HER
GILDED
CAGE"
A love drama that reveals the
sensational secrets of a Paris'
dancer. ''
Lavishly produced by the man
who made "Beyond the ;
Rocks."
WITH A Sl'PKR ALL STAR
CAST .
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ALSO
FOOTBALL SPECIAL
International News Slow
Motion Camera Showing
the Forward Pass Forma
tions, End Runs, Smashes
Through Center, and other
interesting tricks of the
game.
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Aesop Fabler .
Hy. Mayer Travelogue
COJTISG THl'RSBAt
"THE COWBOY AND
THE LADY"
with
Mary Miles M inter and
Tom Moore - J. .,
. -It's a Clyde Fitch -Story" (A
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