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foatoftMVnd (t Tkey School Savings 1 I IlV uaa uua ear other ha 3' I lV Tail Over itnrtUiitir Fw. IfirchsM of Um 1mm and jt of the Spencer Square l effected today by Roeec - ft Co., for ft eonaldem then f 2S,00. the tetter bow control! every mo fgn house la the baslness i vita on exception. r of the 1mm and fixtures It to Roaenneld, Hopp Cut J. Mueller. prMtdenOof wscer Square Amuaement jf, the negotiations Baring joatrieted by Mayer Levi, re- L present. It it 'announced j Roeenfleld-Hopp interests, I will be no extensive lm mfftii made In the ' interior Injs of the playhouse. Such gna is In contemplation, jcr, and will be carried out r ta the spring or summer of It saw owners state that they Inaugurate any change fn Wi nd that the personnel of ifpeacer square win remain me AH Spencer Square theatre was 'jbtely remodeled about seven ifo by Carl J. Mueller, who s'today that he expended $45. it that time. The organ alone - i W.000, he states, and the struc . t that bad been utilized as a n (fertile 'house underwent a com- renovation. A new balcony i m erected, the stage altered, and tfeg capacity provided for 1,000 "J Conflicting Interests. I ikt building had been closed . ome time," Mr. Mueller re " iuM this morning, "when I took wthe lease. Under the Spencer ' 'put Amusement company, me Mtre has shown very high claajs (ctwes- Id "One of my principal reasons for I Jtog the theatre lease is because (tiia to devote all the time pos ik to my duties as president and a lonirer of the Western Oil & Ke atBg company, which is expanding : I tctivities and is building a jnber of rural stations, as well , jikandling a wholesale and retail ale in the tri-citles. The Spen ii ft Square theatre has been paying M dividends and has enjoyed a m natronaae." WTh site is owned by the Peter Mm estate, and constitutes one ! It the best locations In the city. It transfer Involves the rights ttle exhibit of the Paramount and wonal offerings. IHe Rosenfleld-Hopp interests Vtrol the Majestic, which is high- t successful with popular price programs. ' IAIR DENTON " IS SENTENCED lan Fonnd Guilty of Shooting Father-in-Law Given Four teen lean. (Special to The Argus.) Rerline. Nov. 25. Blair Denton, was found guilty of shooting M killing his father-in-law, Ray Wty of Propnetstown, was today nunced by Judge Harry Ed ptrdt, to a term of 14 years in the pattentiary. Speedy Justice was executed in flit case. Sibley was shot Oct 5, (Moil's trial began Oct 11, and he vm lonnd guilty Nov. 6.- His at- jrseys, White and Ward, failed to ft t motion for a new trial. Den- will be taken to Joliet tomor- ff by State's Attorney R. W. mm and J. I. Ludens. Denton daiUed shooting Sibley but aimed it was in self-defense. This the first conviction of murder s Whiteside county for many nOPEKTY HOLDERS' NOTICE. - General, No. 648. Kotice is hereby given to all per- eti interested that the council of adty of Rock Island, 111., having "toed the construction of a 6- 4 watermain. on Fortieth street on Thirty-ninth street from Bfkteenth avenue south to the "th line of Parldon brothers' w sedition, and the ordinance ar the same being on file in the .-of the city clerk of' said city, "k aid city bavin e aoDlied to the jetty court of Rock Island county. "Biois, for an assessment of the tot said improvement according " benefits, said assessment being JJtile in seven Installments, each "kTuur interest at the rate- of 6 " cent ner annum, and an assess- it '.therefor having been made returned to said court, the final flhg thereon will be had on the Stats dav nf rwwmhor A. D. 1922. tbb.our of 9 o'clock a. m- or as t thereafter as the business of "wurt will permit, i jl persons desiring ,may file ob ns in said court before said fud may appear on the hearing rr tneir neiense. RIbM at Rock Island, 111., Nov. L22. - r. c. rrrsHMAN. aonnintorl tn mnkn assesa- (Advertisement) " I . JL - ' awaa. eMSjaa vaaa a Ma-vartT KaaV-lBBsV a-h CALL A SPARKS' CAB FOR SERVICE JHONER.L230 . -va, aiaaaaal nasi as i w.-am b, aaaay), Sau a. au ajaaa v:a a. at- alaratoa arajar aaS uram SuAdaia) ail: a. m. Svcaiat' aa4 aadraaa at 44 . . Mantua ,' aad Utaay. Mkr 10 a. au j (otosr prayer Pnjcr aad Utaay. fMa10 a. . aj. iw wayai i aaa a. m. raKKaTTKMAX -.";vV-.i;;v.- mtrat Prwpytartaa Cataw at raarv tmatfe tm and Tea nmae. tev. Jaam TbomiMoa Moray, aartor. Snaday achool at U.it a. n. Gaorsa Q. t'arna. upwtnundrtl. Mea'i blbta daa 8 4 ia mm' parler. at. 1. Joaai, teaaar. Wa aua'a Bibla claw ia ladiaa' aarlar. Mn. C. W. Mole, meter, aaaio, ud lata uediata CbliMian Kadearor at C:9(X Serrtcea at 10:4 and 7:30 o'clock. 1 V em tad choir presents 'The Holy City" luaai) at molar no nr. broadway TMbytenaa Taanty-tbird Ittraet and aevealfc Hev. Joka JtcCowa atavaai Bible echooL auoeriataaakai. ttarvc n Curtis: departawatal aupertntaodents, be Itiwi, Mrs. Wallace aouders: primary. Mre. W. H. MarsbaU; 'jnnior. Dr. Enast A Anderson: Intermediate. Mn. Kervey B Curtis; senior. K. O. Vaile, Jr.;, aara'a Clara. Thomas W. Walton: woman's class. Mrs. frank M later. All departatenta con vene at 11:30 a. n.' Senior CbrisUan fcn deavor .society, 6:30 v. m. Mid-week prayer aervlca Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. South l'art Presoytenan Corner ot Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avena. Dr. W. O. Of levee, pastor. Sunday srhool at 9:30 a. m. Mm s class in the house next to church. Omen B. Wright, teacher. Young men's class meets ia claas room. . Q. fisher, teacher. Services at 10:o aad 7:30. . 1 Cieland Presbyterian Aikln, street 1 South Bock Island. Bev. J. B. Howard.' pastor. Sunday school at : a? m. ndcavor at 6:30. Service at 7:30rwith sermon by pastor. Prayer service Tues day eveniny at 7:30. j United fresbytenan Third avenue, aad rotirtcen street. lr. J. B. Gibson. Das- tor. Sunday eckaol at 9:30 a at Services at 10:45. Christian Endeavor at 0:30. Evening service at 7:30. I Oak Crova United rnMDyu-risa Twen-ty-fourth street an4 Mineteenth avenue. Rev. J. I Vance, oastor. Sundur school. 11:30. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Coal Valley Presbyterian Coal Valley. Bibla school at 2 p. m. Sermon 3 p. as. Chnstisi. Endeavor at 7:3u p at. Bealah Preebytenaa ttural township Bibla school at 10 a at Preaehiut serv ices at 7:30. Dr. W. 6. Ofievee. speaker. Gloria Dei Third univxi. -ruvinau'-TweUthr street and Fort-rwl avenue. R-v Charles O. Mann, ustor. Sumlsy school at 9:4 a. m. Services at 11 and 7:45. . Younc Peoples society at 6:4i Milan Presbyterian Bev. J. H. Howard, pastor. Sunduy school at 8:4u. Morn ing service" at 10 :45. Christian Endeavor at 6:15. Prayer meeting at 7 :30 Wed nesday evening;. , MRTHOniRT . . Pint Methodist corner ot Fifth in nue and Nineteenth street. Bev. J. A. Ctisp- SEARLE SPEAKS AT OPENING OF GENESEO ROAD Circuit Judge to Represent Rock Island : at Celebration - Program. ' Rock Island will play a promi nent part in the celebration in Geneseo when the highway is com pleted from SUvis to Sheffield, ac cording to action taken by the di rectors of the Rock Island Cham ber of commerci yesterday after noon, who invited Charles J. Searle to speak in behalf ot the city. A Rock Island band will also be taken to the scene of the celebration. Twenty new members secured since the close of the campaign were elected to membership. They were f. uenicmann ana jonn Hauberg, Ave memberships, and W. H. Marshall, four memberships, and individual memberships to the Pittsburgh Plate Glass company, A. G. Abraham company, Martin Woods companyv John Gately com pany, Milwaukee road. Star Wire Hanger- company. The member ship committee will hold its regu lar meeting in the Y. M. C. A. Mon day noon. ; Arrangements, were also made for a special program at the De cember membership meeting. Capt. J. WGorby will be the speaker on "How to Sell Your Goods." He came into national prominence as a result of a remarkable address which he delivered at the conven tion of the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World last summer in Milwaukee. Described as the most valuable in the world and the only specimen in existence, the one-cent British guinea stamp of 1856 was recently offeredVor sale In Paris.. diassified Adages FlRST come, first served.! And often come, often served, is equally true of those who follow the A-B-C QassT fieiiAds." 7 .... . . .. , . v; ., .: Read them today! fCasjyTaj. MH by Basil ft. g-wthi nrtor. laly iia ! at 7 J8 a. at at ftt.fal j!t a m. ti mates mam LmUrt a, - 1 MX aaa Mania nrrlm at l:SO Has, t iu r wi. W Liter TkaakatlTlac." H anaaa. i atnat I j Mar. Iraak Mantae. Baaaa anaat at ; pastor . i aaa aai haa ii la.-aa aad 7Jt. Wtm Sitl aav. Ma F at :a aaa aa4 nralat lO.at at T e ctad AfMna Mtlbmttll :M a. at. - Servtaai at 10:ta mia ni-a-hall nana i and pastor. Milan ' John tVckie. Svenuia- terriee Manint mrrio at 10 :M. at 7:30. , .. Caa Maury Methaata klntcbth treat. Eichtaaath . artnur. er. p. D. MdMt 130 Miaa anaua.) any. paatar. aaaaay ataaaf.' arnniat aw Haw .at 10:M Menae, paMor. . Sunday aebool at ; wTJr-irnn-T alln Mriainrliaa Servicee at 11 and 7:30. Epwortu leaaua'aoUaa Uanounoad." 6:30. Prayer services Wednesday eveniny at 7:30. L; Stlvis MethnnVt Sunday waoal at t.M lav. J. V. Meal wilt ha la oharaa at aaasny i las aervtee at 11 a. m. CBaiirriAN ' " Meararial Christian Corner Third ave nue and rUtaenth atnat. Bev. Lanneahn Hadaway. pastor. Bible school at :30 a m. Dr. t. it. Bicbale. mnerintenonat. Servicee at 10:43 aad 7:30. Chrtatlaa en deavor at 6:30. Special musical program at evening hour. Second Christian Corner Sixth and Thirteenth avenue. . lev. C. H away, pastor. Services both morning and 'evening. Soniay school at 9:30. Servicee at. 7:30. Christian Endeavor at 0:30. Fifteenth Avenue Christian Corner PUtcenth avenue and Thirty-aUtth atnat, Bev. Guy B. Williamson, pastor. Bible school at 9:30. Communion and story Jr, nour at io:ta. . aua. wiuiamaon. apaakar. Junior Christian Endeavor at 3 o'clock. Mn. John Carruthen. aupermtendenl senior vnruuan Endeavor. Adolph Levin, superintendent, 6:30. Evening service at 7:30. i BAPTIST 1 . First Baptist Corner Third avenvm and Fifteenth etreet. Bev. 6. A. Sleets, pas tor. Sunday school at 9:30. Men's Brotherhood. Bav. Mr. Sheets. ' teacher. Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject. "A Brligioua Hi larity." Evening theme. "A Challenge to the Church." Stereopticon pictures. Edgewood Baptist Corner Fifth avenue and Forty-fourth street. Bev. T. E. Por ter, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Services at 11 o'clock and 7:45. Second Baptist' 1 colored) T.-nth street and Sixth avenue. Bev. S. H. Oibeoo. pea tor. Sunday school at B:4a. Prcachinc at 10:30 o'clock and 7:30. IXTBEBA '' " - Baunaniwl a Lutneran Twentieth street and Fifth avenue. Bev. Ph. WUheua. pastor. Sunday school at 9 o'clock. Eng lish services at 9:45. German services at io:45. Evangelical Church of Twelfth tree, and Twelfth ar F. J. Bolf. pastor. Sunday school at 9:45. Services at 10:45. , Grace English Lulbtisav Comer Se. 'nth avenue and firtyfourth street. Dr 0. A. BraDdeUe. pastor. Snaday P. T. A. Calendar The Washington Parent-Teac.her association will sponsor a lecture on Alaska, illustrated with slides, given by Rev. J. A. Chapman in the Washington school auditorium, Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock. Rev. M. Chapman lived in Alaska for five years, and the slides be uses were prepared under his directions, and represent great thought and care as well as expense. The tickets are ! 25 cents for adults and 10 cents for children. A popcorn and candy sale will also be held. Anyone wishing tickets may communicate with Mrs. F. D. Seward. R. I. 880K. - -The executive committee of the parent-teacher council will meet at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday after noon at 2:30 o'clock. MBS. ROWLEY DIES. New York, Nov. 25. Mrs. Harriet Gill Rowley, an associate of Susan B. Anthony, in woman- suffrage work, diea. ... Want a classified paintios ef Bead today's THANKSGIVING PROGRAM First Methodist Church FIFTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTH , STREET Sunday, 10:45 Sermony "Reasons for Thanksgiv , - ing"; special music by the choir. - 6:30 Young people's Thanksgiving and t , - offering for Baby Ford. .7:30- Harvest Concert by the church choir, assisted by the Aeolian clubof Augustana. Thursday Service 10:00 o'clock. AcortlalinvitaUonjsxten OUR ROUGH DRY A SERVICE YOU PHONE DAV. 85 and tell us when your bundle will be ready, and we will do the rest. Your laundry will beeturned to you in a couple of days, all WASHED, DRIED, all pieces requiring it, STARCHED, and all the flat pieces ironed and ready for u. 7 After once trying this service, and seing how sat isfactory it is, and at so small a cost, you will always send your laundry. v 3 r-rh Ow tar P.mYow Door Daily : I lta a. ; ratty-flttb ackMt at a:au. Vartvfaarn ma avaaaa. aav.T. ranat. Itonlaa aaMaam at M:aS. At- aiac t 7-M. -: 'in vLaiaaraa v Coraar raurtacata tmt aad faarth avcem. - Daniel Martta, aetiar aaatar. Snaday eebool at :m. Monw aatvtn at xe.4. ' niaa at 7:90. mamtu nil btk I ia aad avcaloc. cnaia-riAX nan. lint Caareh ar aer Sevan lb amao ttraat. . . aaday asaaM at : a. at. ial aMfnf every Bwate. aad Modern i .Hyp - 'iaa churea aisialalaa a free room in the Peoploe jiaUoaal Bask bailo iog. which ia opea every week-day tram 11:30 a. m. (a a p!s, aad ovary Satur day frsat 11:30 to 6 and frnaa 1M p. aa. ta 9. All authariaad tttaratura oa Vhtu Uaa Science auy ha read a parcbaaed. Tho ateorgacised Churcn of Jesus Chrtrt ar latter Day Salnte Kigbuaajh avaaaa and Tenth atnat. ' B. i. Alflismbanlt. eider la charge. BeauMnce back at church. Sunday school at 9:3U a. aa. Pnachin at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Be legio at 6 o dock. Prayer nasetina Wed nesday evening at a o'clock. Wast End Settlement e9 Seventh ave nue. Servicee at 10:46 a. at. and 7:36 J. m. Sunday achooi at 2:30 p. m.; W. b Barker. supernleno-M. - Cottage prayat aaratlng Monday: mid-week service Wed nesday and tarrying mean Friday. Beacue Mission Twentieth, etreet ana Rurd avenue. James Daubney. superin tendent. Sunday achooi at 3 p. aa. Serv- ncm every night at 7:30 and 'converts' pray aervlca at 7.30 every week-day .dght. Church ot Spiritual Harmony -Meetings at Turner hall. Sixth avenue and Four teenth etreet. Molina, Sunday, and Thurs day evening at 7:30. Mrs. Wealberapoon. leader. . Church of God Fifth a.enne and Eleventh street. Mn. W. A. Hamilton, paster in charge. Sunday school at 10:30. Begular services at 11 o'clock. ' Salvation Army Hall corner Twenty first street and Filth avenue. Spiritual meeting Thursday and Sunday evenings at S o'clock. Sunday acbao! at 2:30. Street -aeetinge at Eighteenth etreet and Second avenue from 7 to 6 o'ciock on Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. International IhMe students' Associaiion Boom 42. State Bank building. Pis- course at 3 p. m. Berean Stole study at 4 o'clock. Wednesday at S p. v prayer and testimony meeting. Church of Christ Junior ball. Ho. S demoriai building of P. S. C Brady fhiU. Davenport. Bibie study at 10 o'eiock. Gosnel Army Workers ot America Head quarters .1513 Fourth avenue. B. E Horaa. leader, assisted by other workaret Meetings every Sunday evening at 7:30, The First Unitarian Church Sixth ave nue and Sixteenth street. Moline. Uev. Clara Cooke Helvie. minister. Service at 11 o'clock. Theme- "Giving Thanks." Spe cial Music at Service. MUELLER QUITS BERLIN CABINET Food Controller In Case's Jfew ' - Geverament Resigns Under Fire ef Socialists. Berlin, Nov. 25. (By the Associ ated Press) Dr. Herman Mueller, minister of agriculture and food controller in- the new cabinet of Chancellor Cuno, resigned his of fice today. The resignation came after, attacks made in the Reich stag upon the minister by Social ists who accused him of having ac tively participated in the Rhine land separatist movement in 1919. Boston, Mass., Nov. 25. Georges Clemenceau, war premier of France, said he was imprisoned once for anti-militarism. - YOU'LL LIKE !3rW . ' we. AKt aur 1 WATER V aHi"aaai pan nr. lanrtar BaoUav Cai EFFORT IS TOLD TkU f Sand Pit Cave-la Ban fa'" buried Ttofai; ROm Crashed r Weight , of Earth," Fnneral services for George Alles, who- was Instantly killed yesterday morning when ha was anunBoea uiKier tons of sand and clay in a cave-in at the Black. Hawk! . 1 Qer f orty-ninth avenue .morrow will be a service -Antict-and Twelfth street, will be held at' patlnK t Tbankaglvlng.'' Special 2:30o'clock Monday ' afternoon in music will be rendered. Recount tna facily residence on Vaadraff'a . ing the first Thanksgiving it 4s told isj""- Rt. C. G. Matin, pastor of, that In "that trst terrible year of the , Third United Preahrterian i the settlement on the barren shore curch, will conduct the services. '. of MaaachuMtts there was a pro Burial will be in Chippiannock longed drought for weeks. All the cemetery. , j crops were burned up and they Mr. Ailes was born in Viola, ULeemed to face absolute starvation. Jan. 17, 1859. When a small boy heT William Brewster sat down at the came to Kock Island with his par-j eau uui was educated in the Milan public school. He was united in marrtage with Miss Ida N. Nash in jiuhu, ssov. iz, la'JO. Six children were born to the union. Mr. Ailes was a member of camp No. 29, Modern Woodmen of America, at Wilton, Iowa. He had worked as a laborer-all his life.' Survivors are the widow. Mrs. Ida Alles; four daughters, Mrs. C. thanksgiving for that which by pri L. Yohe, Butte, Neb., and thejvate prayer could'' not be ob Misses Olive, Mabel and Gladice at tained; and therefore another sol home; two sons, dohn and George, emn day was set apart and ap at home; four sistess, Miss Nettie pointed for that end, wherin we re vues, Milan; Mrs. Julius Crist, Rock Island; Mrs. Jacob Gitt, Pre emption, and Mrs. R. M. Burrovs , Wilton, Iowa, and a brother, Grover j. 01 rcoc-K island. At the inquest conducted by Cor oner J. P. Maberry, the coroner's jury found that "death was caused from suffocation by sand, hastened Dy complications of broken ribs caused by the accidental cave-in at the Black Hawk sand pit." Walter Young, Forty-eighth ave nue and Eighth street who was with Ailes when, the cave-in occur- red, testified that Ailes and he had Deen working in the sand pit load- ing a wagon with moulding - clay. Me said that he noticed small par ticles of sand dropping frorft the top of the sand mound and at once sensed danger He made a dash for safety and shouted to Ailes to do likewise. Aiiee did not lean ' soon enough to escape the sand slide. He had been troubled with rheumatism for a number of years. Experienced in Sand Work. Henry Pate, 819 Forty-eighth avenue, and W. J. Spencer, super intendent of the Sears Hydro-Electric power station on Rock river, who were among those who formed the rescue party testified that Ailes' head was buried in the' clay sand three feet, while the lower part of his body was buried in four of five feet of the sand. A. S. God dard. Forty-second avenue and Fifth street, for whom Ailes had been working the 5ast two or three years, said that Ailes was experi enced withs-the workings of the sand pit. He- said that the wagon into which they were loading the sand was about four feet from the CORRECTION In the advertisement of the Snyder Grocery, 1521 Second avenue, in The Argus last evening, Gold Medal Flour should have been advertised at $1.99, per sack of 49 pounds instead of $1.19. This was a typographical error and at $1.99 per sack is a special bargain. 'A. N JL, AS Cash and Carry Grocery, 1521 Second 'Avenue Every item in this ad is a bargain. Read Carefully. , SUGAR, pure cane, 1 0 lbs. . . - 75c PRUNES, new stock, 2 lbs . . . . 1 . . 25c ORANGELS, while supply lasts, doz. 17c SWEET CIDER, gallon . . ....... 39c (Bring container) SEEDLESS RAISINS, pkg. ....... 15c JONATHAN APPLES, 5 lbs. , 25c Bushel, only $1.59 BEST PEABERRY COFFEE, 4 lbs. , . $1 Cranberries lb. ......0 15c Calumet Baking Po-JQgm der, lb. can 5ia?C Nutro or ' Carotene Comn. Cream, 3 tall DKt cans aaJU Powdered Sngar, 3 lbs. Shredded Cocoanut. . lb Pancake Flour,. 6-lb.-lb. sack .'. 29c 25c 35c Pumpkin, 2 quart C cans --JC Campbell's Beans or. IA.. Sarin, can !. Bwansdown Cake 29c Flour, pkg. .......... POTATOES, bushel ... ., . . . .5C Sack.. ..... $U0 Early Ohio Red River, buy while the 1 7 supply lasts. FRESH DATES,.lb. , . :'.J. . . . . ; 15 HEAD LETTUCE, lb. . 25c CRACKERS, 4 lb. box . . ... .. .. 4CP u Dr. Joaabh DeSIlva. wah enlled to the aeene of the aceldeat. sua mat cxamiaatSOB tadtcaMd that death wm alBtoat lastaataa- , vw. An nuwoM ugvH that six ribs war fractured and I the Wairht f naibr akMi THAHECOIVnTO D AY nnJTORY BASI3 OF j B20ADWAYC2H1I0N The morning acrvica In . the Broadway Presbyterian church to table with a meagre wooden plat ter of boiled ham and a not of I water .' before him. The neonle 'turned to public confession and prayer and appointed a solemn day thereto. The tnswer came, the rains felt Then Governor Winslow classes with these words, 'Having these many signs of God's favor and compassion it would be ingratitude to content ourselves with, private i turned glory, song and praise with all thankfulness to our good God who dealt so graciously with us.' " There will be no evening service at 7:18 o'clock. Instead a vesper service will be held at 4:30 o'clock at which Dr. William M. Hudson, Blackbnrn college, will . give a stereopticon lecture on the work of that college. Dr. Hudson will speak during the children's class at the morning service. Rev. 'John McGown Stevenson will preach at the morning wor ship. Those not regularly worship- ! ping elsewhere are cordially wel- come to these services. PORT BYRON FLANS SCHOOL HEALTH AH) As a result of a meeting of teachers, parents, physicians and home bureau members in the Port Byron school yesterday afternoon, addressed by Miss Mabel Dunbp, Moline, superintendent of visiting nurses, action was taken to em ploy a part time nurse to conduct an inspection of school children, report to be made to physicians. The work is to be financed by the Port Byron Red Cross. Those interested in the movement hope eventually to secure a nurse on full time, by a combination of workers in Coe, .Cordova, Canoe Creek, Zuma and Port .Byron town ship. One of the highest mountains In Germany has been successfully ascended by an airplane, which landed on a small plateau 60 yards from the actual summit. Please English Walnuts, !b Mixed Nuts, ib. Frsh Almonds, Ib. . Peas, Early June, 2 cans Gold Medal Flour, 48 lbs. 1 P. & G. Soap, 10 bars Palm Olive, 3 bars 35c ..25c 25c 25c $1.99 .. 49c .. 25c C13TDT SPECIALS Chocolate Drops, lb., 15e Peanut Butter Kisses, i lb. ;. Me Assorted Candies, lb., 13c JUJLU. KJ I Euaeoe Field. Kemble and Uf eola ware Uta three leading schools in Uta edtooi seringa' collection nude by State bask yesterday. The school saving were. Audubon ....... 2C.24 Center 8tation 2.63 Bdiaoa M.3 Eugeno Field .,..4......... 35.1$ Frmncee Wlllard ........... , C.71 FrankUa 12.08 Grant .... 29.44. Hawthorne 37.90 Horace Mann 24.41 Irving 24.43 Kemble . 35.21 Uncoln 82.08 Longfellow 19.S8 Lowell 3.4S Washington 18.9: "Toul .3J08J4 Trt-Oty Towel Bappty company uavenport 934. ' iw I. cieaa Towel Servtoa. Pbon t 1. 2 ADOPTS WIBTH SOTf. Berlin, Nov. 25 Chancellor Cuno said in the reichstag the govern ment had adopted the note sent the reparations committee by the late Wirth government asking a mora torium on ; reparations except de liveries for the devastated areas. - V - - THE CATHOLIC In Rock I Island XXV and last Sunday After Fenteeost, November 28. . ST. JOSEPH'S Second Ave. sad Fourteenth 8u P. H. Durkin, Dean-Rector; Edward Dunn, Curate. . -1! 1 Masses: 7:30. 8:30, 9:30, 10:30 a. m. Week Day Mass, 7:30 a. m. - ST. HART'S Fonrth Ave. and Twentv-seeon St v Franci3 H. Dehleln. Rector. Masses: 8:00 and 10:00 a. tn. Week day Mass, 8:00 a. m. ST. PAUL'S Elghth-and-a-balf Ave. and Twenty-fonrtll Sb Rev. L. Van Stappen. Week day mass, 8:00 a. m. " Messes: 8:30 and 10:30 a. m. .' SACRED HEART Fifth Ave. and Twenty-elghth St x Clement P. O'Neill, Rector. Masses: 7:00, 8:30, 10:30 a. ra. Week days: Morning Prayer and Holy Communion: 6:45. . Mass: 7:45 a. m. ALL0UEZ COUXCII, K. C will meet Tuesday evening. Dee.'. 5, at 8 o'clock. We believe the Catholic church is infallible, that is that when ' it teaches a doctrine ot faith or morals it cannot err. We say the church teaches infallibly when it speaks through the Pope and Bishops united in general council or through the Pope alone when he proclaims to the world a doctrine of faith or morals. This, of course, is no claim put forth for the Pope or Bishops that they are impeccable or not liable, to sin. The Pope and "Bishops are human, no- doubt gifted by God with great graces for their high positions but in no way promised immunity from the failings that come to ordinary mortals. In the long line of Popes who have governed the church from Peter to Pins we can thank God that with very few exceptions they have been men not only of great learning but of exemplary holiness as well. Nor does infallibility demand the allegiance of Catho lics in civil affairs nor does it in any way Interfere with our -loyalty or devotion to whatever flag we may live under. Our allegiance to the Law of God must naturally take precedence -over the law of any land where there is a conflict between the two, a thing that seldom happens in our day. This we may de scribe as the negative side of Infallibility. Later we shall try to give the positive. , St Peter, Simon of Galilee First Pope and Bishop of Rome A. D. 33-67. ' John V 82nd Pope and Bishop of Rome A. D. 685-686. -,;'- tonon 83rd Pope and Bishop of Rome A. D. 686-687. PLANT YOUR SHRUBBERY NOW IMPROVE the value of your property by enhancing its beauty. We plant only the best home' grown hardy ( stock. Our service includes an expert landscape artist. We will be pleased to call and give you an estimate on your work. Prompt service. "All work guaranteed. JOHN H. HINRICHS 1 654 W. Lombard St. Phone Dav. 61 85-M Davenport - v " When you buy a Monument or Marker call at the N Art Stone Go. ' 1800 Eleventh Street, Rock bland We sell America's best Granites . Rock of Ages, Red & Gray St Cloud, Mon trose Red, Pike River Gray, Waussau' Red, Egyptian Black, Light Barre, Extra Dark Quincy, Missouri Red ; Tel. R.t 2579 1 u.i uuui ' -aw "V4J Camnt XaliUv , WI Atn Abeva HfTMl Fair bb4 nanter FeweMfc, .,cA Mercury this morning let-tar.1. 1 degreee at T o'clock, the instt; temperature tor una amaaoavi: tr Tb hlshett temperatttro yaatas-va.'; Amw via Tt Amr0m nhout 1 htlOCB" In h aftarnAOn AvarBaTe tSianerS- turea tor November In the last three years' have been below normal, nut k. .Hw.nl mnnth wrill ahrtdr mVaV ages decidedly above normal, ac- , cording to Andrew llamrlck, , meeeoroloiist. ' , , " . ; . The normal temperature for o t " vember id the past 60 years baa . ; been 38.5 degrees. The mercury win 7 ; rise to an average temperature et'tw 4 degrees in November this year? Mr. Hamrick said. The forecast i that the tempera- v ture will fall slightly below the''; ;; f reeling point tonight" and' totnor- row. Fair and warmer weather Is expected. - ' ' , ; . , The Oaaslfled Ad Section la 'the any 7 marketplaat for wan la and oilers at all I - v I C H U R C H .-K,. r urn oil ' -let rta nir "Uf if - "T- 7 .