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iZDAY-OT tOCZ ELAND AltQIfc N0YEUE5R lft, 1S22.
A 1 gaaeral for the alttowa, ,J r. PaUare to rrnorV eontaglons dis EOT7ITailAE3TO - at the anneal bannetand com. ueneemeht exercises at the Cham bar of Commerce Friday night. ' Meet of the -trradsates reside in ItWMUHIt SMSWf -J y m mmmmt mi i ag, majj bib . , . .. and managerttl and bookkeeping. ! Talk sjadhatlng eUasUfir a The program All M as follows: j Hunt, prmclpal of tftw -T . e of gnm arWoeei etery year in,. from t feoaaw n the TTAVS VXEBJCISES touoshow hight s mm other kmc ow im to KtmA Persons eases at the proper time and rloIarL. tloae of th onarnndne . laws arT vocal Boiar-narry mayer. warm- Aoarass w. B. htclntrrt. fiZa Thai cmtwUMfc W echoed bf Km- ghrl m her escape wM be arrested and an ettmpl made of them In two of the greatest evils with which the health department have stm)nta nf MniinK Rrown's Bus-; Moline. East Moline and suns, 'iney port. vbllcM leaders sad WW be aa ranced by both the tUmoa tena- tness college to the number of 85 hare completed courses in business . ... . . . . - .a ... 1-1 t -! nl wnrV Addrt H. H. Feck, Chicago, k Awarding elnloeaaa-PJL . ! wIllrccelTe diplomas of graduation 1 training, special secretarial work. ! president otJrown's Business col- H. S. Peck. to etwnuata mot, respect to contend: tho srlncrbal nam ror thoir vote bMM the snbeidy ba ft fatsre campaign mens. . PLAIT IZ-IOJJLb CZZVtCZDZG.SD ft Back 1mm4 M. ITLfl. HL'CHEB. WaaMnttm, D. C, Not.-It in net of Democratic cnun uh oypotion from , KepuDueM -wathara rcDrMMiUnx Mnearenrai jtrtcts will err to . block U : uaui af tha shin subsidy bill in Ljm hoMo. & O. P. leaders nerel anm exsresMd confldcncr that , Tactlcalljr all downittte members I Ten IlUnota, reckoned as one of 'ie leafing -afrlcnltaral states, will UoUow President Harding' desire tav toOmm for the bill. s Tbey are counting on the Jlll MMans as a nucleus which ran., be heed la organising backward Re Mblicans to aid the measure and tr call on several . downstste ii smbers to speak in its behalf as (B-4bt Vemw ssmen Ana sal memorial sort lees of the Hoflne lodge of Oka will be held at the First Baptist ohnrch at 1.X0 o'clock Sonasy. anernoon, rw s A Ij. Herrma heads a com mittee which .has charge of the program. A symphony orchestra is being arranged for b George Spanlding had Ed Baumgartner. Other musical numbers ,are to be seenrefl. Pictures of all deceased members, S5 in number, will be thrown on a screen. MOLINE ALABMED BY FAST SPREAD OP GIDCKEnPOX (SnarUl Mallaa Ssrrtea.1 . The number of chlckenpox cases In Moline had reached 3 so far this norted the first three days this week. There are three more cases of whooping; cough, boosting the total to six. Scarlet fever also is making in roads into the city's health and the authoritiesare doing everything possible to prevent a spread of the disease. Some alarm is felt because of the violation of a quarantine by HAIR DOUT STOP FALLING ITSELF 35c"Danderine" Saves Your Hair Ends Dandruff! Delightful Tonic ' 4 example to the hesitating group, monu. lugni. new . wcio r it: A gradnauy increasing tiae oi Opposition is reported here to har ifBAaifeeted Itself In the farming aeotlonl of Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska ted other states which furnish the ulk of the nation's food supply. Jth Jhe effect of this upon con jrCasAenifrom those sections which tm administration whips realize i4T mast overcome if the subsidy jUfl is to pass at the short session. A statement from the White tie-use Indicating that the president Would demand the votes of all Re publicans who profess to support f he administration has made it jtlear that no alibis from the agri cultural representatives will be ac cepted. The support which down- atate Illinois members have ac corded previous measures stamped with approval by the party leader leaves "little .doubt that they will lake a similar attitude towar. mer chant marine legislation, r : Chicago Mew Opposed. -Members from outside Chicago are apt to split with those from districts within the city on the proposition, as the Thompson or ganization has intimated that it ' opposes a ship subsidy, bill. Con gressmen who have had the sup port of the organization, led by Id. 4iv Mlchaelson, are believed likely to olt ' on the measure in conse- knence. ' i , '-'Two downstste members whose bVnDort of the bill is doubtful are f apresent,atiTe Edward J. King of fiaiesburg and Frank Funk of . Moomington, both of whom come from sections which afe chiefly ag- - rtcnitural. Among those who may be expect- ' ed to speak for it, if it develops ' . that tbsir example will assist in I persuading members from other farming states, are Congressman William A. Rodenberg of East St. Louis sad Richard Tates of Spring ; field, both of whom have acted as ; spokesmen for the downstste dele gatlon on previous occasions, i Senator William B. McKinley of I Illinois, who returned to Washing Ston today for tie opening of the special session next Tuesday, ex pressed the opinion that the sub Sidy bill would pass the house with I votes to spare, but might meet a t filibuster In the secate which would hold it up until the end or the 5 present congress on March 4,there- by effectively killing it 1: . Senators FavoFBllL J- Both Senator McKinley and Sen ator McCormlck, who is now in Eu jrope. will vote for the bill in the upper house, as McCormlck will be back in Washington by the time it I reaches that body. i McKinley believes that the agri i cultural representatives who have i failed to show enthusiasm for the J Mil will be brought Into line by "the mensaa-e which President Hard Sing will deliver or send to congress at the opening of the session, in (which he will contend that a mer chant marine operated with a gov- eminent guarantee wlH Immensely v benefit the farmer. JxThe president's attitude Is that a merchant marine with government .'backing is necessary to the snc- Don't lose another hair! Don't tolerate destructive dandruff. A little Danderine nowawill save your hair; thicken and strengthen it; double its beauty. Falling hair never stops by it self! Dandruff multiplies until it forms a crusty scale, destroying the hair, roots and all, resulting in baldness. ' Your druggist will tell you that "Danderine" is the largest selling hair saver in the world because It corrects and tones sick, ailing hair of men and women every time. Use J one Doyie or uanderfne, then If you find a single falling, hair or a paro tide of dandruff, you can have your money back. (Advertisement.) Don't Suffer UilhPilos lot PyresaM Pita aappaalaaiha Be lieve im, ;aa tae rata us . strata aaa It vau mfYmrtnas with ftntiintr. -leedlnff or protruding piles or ! fttmorrnoia. and iav never tried 7- i& -J yji J' Pyramid pile evpeeftoriea, yon are mm ffwepuim, 'to avoia imm pain ana diatraaa, cat quick rallaf and a sew lease of comfort; ask roar drunlat for a east box of Pyramid Pile fepooeltorlaa. Take no subatltute. If you, would Ilka te try them first ptsaae esad name and addreSa to klLrSSjl istea, M TRUNKS BAGS Traveling Bag, genuine leath er, good lock . 0O Jf and catches ....... Wrtw Traveling Bag, smooth cow hide leather, leather lined, sr.!:........... $7.85 Trunk, metal covered, slats on top and J r A bottom ..; eWeUV . Trunk, 3-ply- veneer lumber , cover with hard vulcanised fibre, deep tray, en 7C ;flbre bound e)afei , WIRTEL TRUNK V LUGGAGE co. - v.., . 2i0 Brady Street . - DaVegmort; ' 22: ' TRY - J. Mi Schaab & Sons9 Garage r FOR WINTER STORAGE r "DM AND OUT WITHOUT ( CONGESTION" 1611 Fourth Avenue RiL401 BUY AT YOUR OWN BIDDING COX'S BIG PRIVATE ' SALE- At 153Ct 5th Avenue, MoKne Saturday, November 18th H. R. Cox to Become Sole Owner , va"- , c " ' : - THE COX JEWEL SHOP, the Tri-Cities, Largest and Most Wonderful Jewel Shop, Will Again ' ' Pass Into the Hands of H.R. Cox, January First, 1923. Co-Partnership To Be Dissolved , . AH members of the Cox Jewelry Co. have agreed to this : sacrifice sale, and will reduce the stock to suit Mr. Cox, and make it possible to consumate the arrangement made. Quality merchandise of this beautiful store consisting bf Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Leather Goods, Novelties of all kinds, and everything that's carried in all first-class jewelry stores. - Outside Capital Saved H. R. Cox's Jewel Shop in August, 1921 N After having heavy losses in a manufacturing company of 'East Moline, it became necessary for H. R. Cox to secure co partners to save this beautiful store, and the partners, having absolute confidence in Mr. Cox, financed the Cox Jewelry Company, and made H.J-L Cox manager. H. R. Cox Given Option to Purchase All Interest ' The manager held option to buy, out all interest within I two years from date of August 25, 1921, and realizing that the sacrifice must be made within the next six months, so planned to make it when the people need our goods most, , --' ' . .. Manager Makes Good . Last year the manager promised his co-partners that he toould cut down the stock and pay off all outstanding indebtedness. He made good. The Cox Jewelry Company is one of the strongest re tail firms in the tri-cities. . We buy and ell tor cash, and we have real merchandise (no old war stock on 6ur hands, that was bought at peak prices) to sell you at your own bidding or special discount. . Every afternoon and night from 2 :30 to 1 :30 and 7 :30 to 9 :30 p. m. ' Buy at Your Own Bidding v Select articles, and we sell it to the highest bidder. Special Discount Sale v Every morning and afternoon from 9:00 a. m. to 2:30. m. and every afternoon from 5:30 to 7:30 p. m. Special discounts in each department from 20 to 40 off for those who do not prefer to stay through the hours of 2 :30 to 5 :30 and 7 :30 to 9 :30 p. m. Beautiful Souvenirs Given Away Every Afternoon to the First ": Forty k Ladies During This i Sale I I ia4urwa,,iv 7$ yfcsb. '.-tatB-r x - Also a Beautiful Gift Will Be Given Every Sale Afternoon and Night. Ask ' About , Our Diamond Ring Contest Mr. Cox to Again Become bole Owner of This Store f To Adopt the Policy of Henry Ford N Most of the larger jewelry stores are "diamond poor" and oveiw stocked, and we admit that our nly losses this last year has been charged to our over-Btocked diamond department, and Mr. Cox will cut this department down regardless of sacrifice. He will adopt new methods that he feels should be applied during present condi tions, and that is to follow the policy of Henry Ford and figure on both volume and turnover. Special Orders ' If we do not have what you want we will order it for you at 10 percent profit during, this sale. ? If we can order $50,000.00 worth of goods for our customers at 10 percent profit in one month we would rather do that than carry and sell $10,000.00 worth of good? at 50 percent profit. i All Our Newly Made Customers of Last December During Our Big Sale . ; We know will be here from the first W the last day, just as they were last year. After buying our goods you will be a booster for Cox's Jewel Shop. - Every Purchaser Must Be Satisfied or His Money Back That was our guarantee last year, and will be this year. If for any reason any purchaser becomes dissatisfied within three days, and returns it to us in good condition, we will refund the money. IT I That Fair? Was Our Last Sale Square? r Our way is the surest and quickest way to reduce stock and raise money. Why? Because at Christmas time you buy gift and our customers want Gifts that Last, and we have them and sell them. That is the reason our store was crowded every afternoon and night during our last sale, for seven weeks. The old days are over when people-will pay ten dollars for the same article that they can buy for five. . Saturday, November 18th, 2:30 P. M. All customers, friends of Cox's Jewel Shop and those'who appreci ate our sales are invited. Come to our sales, select what you want, hand it to our chief salesman, and buy at your own bidding. P.S. fox's dRGQ&b SHO 1530 Fifth Avei THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY TO ARRANGE FIXTURES FOR SALE ' - . B. F. COX, Head Salesman JL H. R. COX, Manager N,