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- - ..jflfcETO 70 RIVER ROAD I filkt ' Pwni ef State wy Departacaft and Mm ; Bead Back Fiwb Hvctv na (or )mpoTtot th J rlrer between East Moline and Cor aj, u prorided in trie bard road 0t tawne passed last spring, will S fires final approral by the road ajaittee of the board of super- n.rt Mondav I Action on the river road was de- jgnj JtV as vvtuuu kv; v in ay, I i llg AUU pending word from the M highway department whose tfersement of all road wprk Is Mry. f it expected that action will also a tiken on the balance of th Co nst road. About two miles of the mura extremity of the .Colona ml are not yet under contract i Work to be undertaken on tha hitt and Colona roads is in con- iseoon wiiu we nuiiion-ooiiar lua'issue annrored bv Rock i- Lsd county last spring. The plans Igmride for a gravel highway-ot a prnanent character. , 1 number of motorists nr nK. Ktiog. it is reported, to the plan to isbtc iuo nvcr rudu uucit irom me Ittd that this plan will be'robbing jock isianu county motorists of :W finest scenic highway in Illi River men. thev nav run. lead that the road along the Mis uisippi in the upper end of the wonty is the finest river highway iloitg the Father of Waters. The removal of the road from its present location along the banks of ft nr vnrrls- emith will n&nnn - Mds between the motorist and the beautiful view, according to the objectors. ' The board of supervisors, accord bg to Louis C. First of Moline, ciilim&n, ia helpless in the matter. !Stat hiirhw.'iv msrinppra Bava Uv mnt, are demanding that the road o w cuiiBiruciea Dy me county be Milt back from the river. High water in the sprine Is the inuun for the hitrhw.iv seat's demand. The river road, dtim the state officials ia BT ATI pr. illy under water inthe spring of M jenr. nigu water caused state road men to insist that, the Hills-ale-Moline Davement rn thmuVh Sustow and not through Water-tovn. State tn H-ln The state is expected to pay for Dart of the miilritenanrp nt fh itror road and that ia whv conntv ifliciala must obtain sanction of hghway officials to specifications tor the road. It now appears probable that the sunty will be unable to -improve le entire hichwav hptwpnn Wai. Irtown and Cordova. , Insistence of DM state than ten inches of gravel m used ror the road will cut the sileage which can be improved at ttoi time. It will also be necessary to buv rieht-of-wav if thn nlan in more the road from the river is allowed. Chairman First declares the nuH Itommittee is working with ail pos tible speed to obtain and award cootracU for the remainder of the roads to be imnroved under thn mil. kin-dollar bond issue. work is progressing rapidly on tin bridge and culvert contracts lor Colona. according to rennrta re coiled by the committee. Prevent Infineon Ito Tonic and Laxative Effect of Uxative BROMO QUININE Tablet 111 keep the system in a healthy condition and thus ward off all at tacks of Colds. GriD or Influenza. 9c (Advertisement). - 8PncT 8qnareThoma Meirh- In "The Man Who Saw Tomor row." :' . ' """ MaJesUe-Cottstance Talmadge n "The Studio Olrt" . ColumWaTonight, Elsa Ryan in TTie Intimate Strangers.--Ctol-Katherlne McDonald In "The Woman Conquers.'' Garden Wallace Reid in "Clar ence. GraDJ Jh Grand PUyers in "Oh, JBoy!" m TWaOent eenakr; tbx nrmtiTE stjukgeb By Fern Hawka, Haa the modern girl more charm than the woman who 10 years ago felt the thrill of first youth? The charm referred to is the sort that wins a man. This is the problem which is presented in the comedy "The Intimate Stranger," playing last night and tonight at the Colum bia. Elsa Ryan plays the leading role. The play, written by Booth Tar-j kington. nresenta a trianvu Kn the usual kind, however. In this case one side is the modern flap per, one her charming aunt, who appears near the thirties- though she skillfully conceals how near. The other is a successful lawyer, who professes to dislike the mod ern girl until one appears in his pain. The annt and Inwver A last has reached the point in life where non-arrival of trains they become rather well acquainted and he al most DrODOSeS. Th tint Amr hna. ever, meeting the.vtvtd 19-year-old ' ui we aunt, ne forgets what he almost did. Bat aantle doesnt. The battle of wits between the two women causes mnch merriment The pi ay is chock full of humor, the rather sdbtle kind that is Tark ington's own. The relationship of the women in the house causes a comedy all it's own. Aantle, ap parently 30, resides with a great niece of 19 and a niece of some where in the sixties. It takes a brain used to figuring relationships to puzzle that cut Ta play is acted by a splendid cast. Kiss Ryan, as the spinster aunt, has a charm of her own. She puts over her lines of humor with a quaint manner that seems entire ly in fitting with the character. Coates Owynne as the - lawyer, proved a brisk personality. The parts of the -flapper niece and her "doormat are taken by Mary Hall and Don Harrineton. Thev denirt well the familiar flanner'nnrt fat. lower of today. Hearty applause at the end of each act brought every member of the company before-' the curtain. miss Kyan was accorded a ovation. Sew Columbia BID. The Revue Resplendent Is an nounced as the featured act on the nmr V-nilf1v1 1 1 o kill nnMin. lat the Columbia and continuing through Sunday. There are a nnm- k.. , nAnniM i it. . . . . m- " u ul ycujiie in me revue, wnicn is he can no longer be called youthful, i to include all of the features of a -V"J"- muuern. musical snow, wittt Epecial scenic effects. Other acts on the new bill, Emerson and Baldwin, comedians; Hubert Dyer, booked Oil, Mi POOR LAME BACK! SHE CRIED ' 1 -I- 'o Wonder She Cries Out In Ag. i i ony, For She's Now Paying the1 Penalty for Neglecting; Nature's j Repeated Warnings. ' No; she didn't always have that misery in her back fronr which she is now suffering. Why, she hardly noticed that little disturbance caused, perhaps, by over eating, and a stitch or two in her side. She didn't think little, things like that mattered very much. , . But she has found out her mis take. That's why she's suffering now and wondering if it can be her kidneys. And the thought of Bright's disease frightens her. She'll hardly believe though that her trouble started with loss of appetite, then sour stomach and recurring spells of indigestion fol lowed, in due time, by a torpid liv er, constipation and autointoxica tion. Now those back-breaking pains almost make( her wild. Is not this your experience, too? It soon will be if you continue to ignore those positive signs of im pending trouble. - Dunwody'g Turpedine Emulsion is designed to head off trouble be fore it gets yon in its clutches. Take it for that backache and see how quickly it will go. Take it for stomach trouble and see how soon you will grt over it Take it for that torpid liver and see how fast that nauseous 'bitter taste will IpftVA Ji n rt hnw p-nrvi vnu will for,! ' Ask for it at your druggist. (Ad vertisement.) ; One Oaty GafsMe. In "Is It to This-" flerr rti1sil. Tartarl' deeian - w youngest, colored YaodVrillians, and wwm aw ttewB roar, in a mis: inc. daactec and staging not C " 7:: A Htm ' inisnea EuMMWlllnr nA4mT Mnn. Umer Peck have effected an alliaace to create original screen stones. WWIsMUiL., ' ' Hnskes rMs Cast ' . Frank Mayo, Richard Dlx, CUire Windsor and Lew Cody have been cast for Rapert Hashes nun ver sion of Us "Souls for Sale." Soma nmrm tu Immi ibam t the bigger pictures of the past few monus. tcooin uooa, ,Bun slaughter" and Naatmova's "Sa lome" in httlit Inr rrittra tn tu tech nically the best films yet made. Seete Fairy Stories. Baby Peggy ia being starred in a series of fairy stories, the latest of which is "Little Riding Hood." MalkaJl iTIrastniig. Jack Mulhall, one of filmdom's most popular leading men, plays an imnortant roeJ in "The Fonrotten Law," which begins a three-day showing at the Fort Armstrong to morrow. Distinguished players ansoeiateil with him are, Milton Sills and Cleo Ridgely. - , Six Parts for AUee. Alice Bradv fills six different iobs in "Anne Ascends," which begins a three-days engagement at the Spen r.er Sniiarft tntnorrnw In this nic- ture Miss Brady is seen as a wait ress in a New York coses snop, a factory girl, if shop girl, a printer's apprentice, stenographer and an author. I G::u;:3spot liOSTTtEAr.1 Ueas fer Evading tha law Ska. , wes hy Sinking ef Haa Tacht at MeBna, Emeal Davis' resolve to become laborinr man anln uMm tn lave been influenml In h fmiiam to qualify as' a freak tnr Bailnr The story of how Emeal vlsioned m way 4Ut Of kla tlninitl rfieimi ties by Dictnrinr th munitiitiea nt an elaborate gambling emnorium t" -quareiy m ine middle of i cackle the hatum at '.m .n st ml tt - - Ikubi : ui ' hmmim.1 -. t . belt found himself with a perplex-, rag pro mem w solve, jeaneal, had contrihatad hiMtmui. i tm, the canae wfails John Looewy was m power aaa anstness along Third avanns vu at tha n i,j u. " ,V W W .VVHI U I be was half wner of one of the 'when the tide-waters i nnest yachts that ever swished tu handsome boat rolled over. It's THBs4blh a-'.k.a 4a -' plunged KM Mo gAtiar the boat usuorea jaas on ue otaer sue or the governsssnt lock, opposite Syl van park. MoUne. Rmeal failed to observe the necessary precaattone in eneenng a secure tanning, and when the tide-waters rolled la the majestic coarse oat the Mississippi liver. Tha nmhlaaa aiaMnial kla ability to make his halt produce real dollars. . Eaeaalng the Law.r Emeal tbonght long and earnest ly, and finally was rewarded by the birth of a brilliant idea. "This is niinOla aaa that'a Inn hat tk. middle of the Hississip' why, that ain't any place, I guess," deduced meat "Now, if the coppers won't let me run my place on dry land, why can't I anchor myself where I can j mmm MiO UUUUIQ UI the Mississippi river, only to have his plans blocked by inexperienced seamanship, became known today. As the story goes. John Looney owned a part interest In a magnifi cent yacht which he had stationed near LeClafre. Proprietorship in this sumptuous river craft was shared by Barnev Km In nna nt Looney's trusted henchmen. The existence of the yacht was more or less of a secret even in the inner most Circles nf PnrV Talanrfa na derworld. At least it aoDarentlv never entered prominently into lo cal happenings. Whether Looney ever- had any plans for putting it to use in Rock Island probably will not be UlSVftml hilt tha -n pnains (hat one of his last acts be- iurt uis unceremonious departure irom KOCK Island waa toll Kmeal Davis that the Ijmnn Mir. tion was, for him to get what he water soap truly wonderful. (Ar vertisement.) . 4a FOR FINE LAUNDRY o JAMES DEACH & SONS DUBUQUE, IOWA .r 1 t , X "ill IfC b The more Emeal thought of the possibilities of anchoring his yacht out in the middle of the big stream and opening up the finest gambling paiace m ine west, tne more he convinced himself that here was a way to get beyond the lsw. The law! That was the source of all of Emeal 'i troubles. When ever John Looney had a problem he resorted to Blsckstone for the answer. So Emeal undertook to satisfy himself that he would be perfectly safe to invite the boys out to mid-stream for a little ses sion at cards or galloping domi noes. When Emeal finished with the biggest book to be found in the Looney roost he decided that no law could touch him there. And that's how it happened that Emeal undertook to pilot the big yacht downstream to a destination about half way between Rock Is- anyoae dropped to BMBi p mm s I cmM mat asters fry on" loose the evtoencey- , Emeal made tt plain. 4hat he wouldn't tolerate aayone on dee who covldnt Jingle his pockets. "1 " wont have any broke babies hang ing aronnd. When they are basted I will have them still floundering around on its side. upstream a ways, emeai nas giv en p hopes. It would cost more than he caa raise at this time to pat the craft right aide up again. Room fer Everybody. That's one story of the sinking of the "Harlthla," as Emeal ssys the name Is spelled. Another story says that Emeal. despairing of really getting a , half share, deliberately caused the yacht to flounder. But that's immaterial. Emeal himself; rmtiix uenevea xnax ne couia. re establish himself in mid-stream. The yacht is a beauty. It is large enough to accommodate 60 to 100 passengers. This meant plenty, of room for everybody. ; Emeal had it figured out that he would be free from police molesta tion. The thought that the patrol of the river was a matter for the United States government was quite beyond Ernest's imagination. "All I want to do." Emeal confided to friends. "Is to stand on the deck and cackle them bones at the cops. I'll have a rowboat to bring all the shines back and forth from the shore. I can have a case of whis- "The cops would nab yon when yon came to shore, someone told "Well. I could have enough pfO- vision to last me a long time," bo answered.. "I - wouldn't need to come back. When I ran oat 1 could r float down the rtrer." - . - Rat navia' dream of financial tea, - eovery was cut short by the sink- ing of the yacht He's working on other plans now. Confidentially, to ft-lends, he admits that he woaldg certainly like to get that press ons which the Rock Island Newa was- - nrifitad Haa Malta ttt start attach, i ment proceedings. With that prees, , In spite of its antiquity. Emeal be-;K t lieves he couft launch himself uponrjxH a Driiuant newspaper career as publisher of the Defender, the trl citief only newspaper devoted en tirely to the interests of the negro race. Emeal Is said to be Indus triously searching for a site In the; negro district where the preseF'5 could be installed and publication i begun. - i as All the news all the time Thr' krgus i w Fleduced Fares Vi ta cto Chicago and Return International Live Stock Exposition and Horse Fair December 2-9, 1922 A Great Annual Event Brilliant Evening Enterfaunment3 Roaaartp .aim... tarai wiHb.aa.aadl otaMtara of Ih. ta-ahw -r tarn mad ackat. will bm am aak daily ha DMnbftle afDMaBdasSdhuutem. Fa Mm feBatDaeMobtt 11.1922 ForFrnttlnommthnAfiplfm C C. AUDERSOX, Div. Pass. Apt, Davenport, Iowa FBED S. THOMAS, City Passenger Agent Bock Island, 111. mm THAWItfDi! Tomorrow ushers in a day when mankind all over the United States will stop in their daily tasks and pay thanks for the many things they've enjoyed during the past year, no matter ( how humble they may have been. We are thankful for the happiness which is ours, a happiness that must follow a realization of work well' done. The satisfaction of serving our friends efficiently and which we feel is ap preciated is sufficient cause for us to give thanks. STORE CLOSED ALL DAY TOMORROW Young & IMombs Rock Island, III A Car . Without a Compromise V ' wlnuswanl w-w L U Dandruff y rleads Become Hairless If you want nlentv of thick, beau- wu,-giossy, silky hair, do by all i Was get rid of dandruff, for it ill tarve your hair and ruin it if ! don't. It doesn't do much rood to trr to touh or wash it out. The only r way to get rid of dandruff is dissolve it, then you destroy it "Urely. To do this, get about four "oss of ordinary liquid arvou, tply it at night when retiring; use oagh to moisten the scalp and ! it in gently with the finger By morninff. most if not all nf Jr dandruff will be gone, and ;Jf or four more applications JJH completely dissolve and en p destroy every single sign and " OI 1L TOD Will fini inn . .11 I - ..... uuu, ivif, uim at, ilbU- . na digging of the scalp will J. nd your hair will look snd hundred times better. Vou W liquid arvon at any drug It is inexpensive and four is all you will need, no mat- t hat miiAn J..Ja..ai ta..""Hmu uaiiuruu yuu nave. Mi.) simple remedy never falls. fove You Piles? I ft Ten Hare Something to '"wwands who have pfles have PW . 6(1 that flulck and Perma lu..,e"ef can only be accomp- with internal medicine. w.m uiuiuienis anu ouy- win remove the cause. Clrculntlnn omisoa nil. a complete stagnation of Wt. , LUO tower Dowel ana a Jnlng of tho part. j s tej"" "as first to find the Olri J m Prescription, HEM-. , ' ' now sold by all druggists. onhardt tried it In 1000 cases J f marvelous record of- suc tou 8 P61, wnt and then tie should be sold udder a rigid rjFJ-hack guarantee. V2 Wast0 any more time with - ...ai-KuiD from Schlegel's Btoreg today. It has givenH 2 laStlnr rala a knaaaafla Panel Steel Body Seats Four $1445 To be really complete, a closed car must combine fine body work and appointments with a thoroughly dependable and highly efficient chas sis. There can be no compromise in either equipment or mechanics. When you examine the interior of the Jewett Coupe you win find that -the equipment is indeed complete. The upholstery is both beau tiful and lasting. Right at your hand you will find every accessory that makes closed car motoring a real luxury. , And, under the body, is a chassis of tremendous strength and perform ing ability.. There you will find the smoothest of six-cylinder motors and driving parts that defy the severest tests of road punishment. Such is the Jewett Coupe a thing of beauty when parked in front of your home and the most reliable of companions on the highway v And, though you might expect to pay $800 or $1000 more, for these fine car luxuries, the price is $1445 f. o. b. Detroit. . It i acid and Berrioed by Paifa dbcera ermrjwhen 7 "Y - JOHN DEE AUTO. CO. 1607 Second Ave. Phone R. 1. 496 y. - ThisVeUe Sedan at $1795, powered with the vibratioolen, Vetie-fetuTt tix-crliixieT motor and a rare example of fine design, choice body building and finishing, is from $100 to $300 under other closed cart in this field. - J ' Who pays the excess profit on enclosed cars? , not ni VpISp nairner n Here is a discrepancy. Consider die three or four prominent open cars in the Velie price field -all about on a price par with Velie. Consider these same cars, ia the standard en closedmodels allabove Velie in price, by a wide margin, from one to three hundred dollars. This difference in Velie's favor is a matter well worth any motorist's investigation. Do not consider it abstractly. Go into it thoroughly in actual contact with the details of the can. Here is the Velie, a true four-door Sedan an unusual example of fine body building; the finishing alone requires 26 days to complete; the upholstery and interior furnishing are of finest fabric; the in strament board of satinfinishcd wal nut; equipment and conveniences are complete down to the smallest detail. Vanity case, smoking set, silver flower vase, dome light and heater. f TP VELIE I a. vht Taa Wb sell a DEAN MOTOR COMPANY !4 3 i 7 This sound, genuine Sedan body is mounted on the Velie model-58 chassis, with its powerful, flexible, vibrationless Velie-built motor; the long, underfilling springs ride flat under load, giving remarkable road-riding qualities; the clutch action is smooth, yet firm and the ad justment feature, by the movement of a single thumb lever, is an exclusive Velie advantage. Go over this car in detail then drive it. You will find .the balance strongly in Velie's favor at every point of quality, as well as price. Sixty per cent of Velie cars are sold to those who already own Velies. Refceot sale de termines the true measure of Value in any product. A phone call will put this Sedan at your disposal for demonstration at whatever time you elect. VELIE MOTORS CORPORATION Moline, Illinois 1 v -. (. tt , "Si ; : JJonid do the same for you 2008 Fourth Avenue laus. 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