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.-tic.;;sri,i aaa dials( WI . ...' '''''.... -. -------- - age limits are raised. - in weer toi t
., Angie Of the Supreme Court. be einem judge a sash 'must -be as; a
'----mil '0-115 Op rams - Notable change, are Suggested 131 old tie he must be to be mvsident of t
-FS 410,Sitt le Sellitlere. ' the organisation and Oration of thourdted status bud ho must hove
,-: , - , , ' the courts. The mainbersitie of the other qualifications mot required ot
- L.' -.4. - Uresailetea -sreemocao7, supreme court is increased from the loresident. -. tt does not oar. .,
- ' r . ' liteds.ltaasS Amu& . seven to nine justices, and its -or- whore fix o, uoluguloort rotirtug 1
-.;t.1 Eton', D. C., Dec. 2,--Tile! Irina' jurisdiation is increased to ,,,e. , , , - , ,
"1 ot the administration ship, include quo warrant., prohibition, suffrage Usti riouttom- - ,
-I, MU in the house during the I and other wee involving qpestions , This article grants suffrage to tbe
; adW mc're "'alb" ;1111241 of grant' Public ImPortauce :The women which they already have by
4 seneem the ineaaare than ever two justices added to the court are virtue or the federal roustituuou, ,
.1seles Republican leaders had ! to be elected troin the Chicago die- and in that respect accomplishes
1.4 Slit,' ' ' - ' 1 trict, and there is no change in the nothing, but Is simply made to con- I
, -a, Wald Whe did most to lugs , downstate district& The most im- form with the federal law. The I
'Tcollositime after man,' et them; portant change in this article is mogt important., change ts the pro
i Plums signs of going over tot the vesting in the eunceme court (division that in that part of the state ,
I imbed, opposition was Repro- exclusive power to prescribe rules outside of Cook county no gnat
tidies William .1. Graham of , of pleading, practWand procedure election of officers shall be held ex- '
AO, who followed out his inten-1 in all courts. Under the present cept on the first Tuesday,after the 1
s ot amendieg the bill radically! constitution. the- gekeral assembly first Monday - of November, which i
IC unseal success.. At least, prescribes these rules. The nm.--- -PoI'shall be a holiday. This makes one 1
meet the' changes which he 1011 nents of this change argue that the election day a year instead of the ',
'id removed provbions in the hill- courts should. be made independent many election days now prattled ,
telt had been bonee of Contention I or the other departments of the for by law. This change could be '
(-son- middle western congress- i government, and that there is no accomplished by legislation in matt li
I more reason why the legislative de- respects, and a change of the con-I ',
-7-The twat was that the'ship sub---
i partment should make rules for the, stitution is not required to effect '
r.,r bM as it finally passed bore: judicial department than that the th, reform . 1
L..ile resemblance to the measure' judicial department should make - - ' , - , ' ' - !
, County Government. , i
Stiginally- introduced by the mer-1 rules for ' the legislative depart- The important changes with re
...bast saline committee, and down- ment. spect to county government are , ,
-ltate members, provided with talk- , , that
t Under the presmt constitutiqn,
a sheriff is made eligible to re-1,1
.-lataoints which would permit them h, t e judges of appellate courts at electiOn, and county officers are no I 1
' to explain to constituelits at home I
t selected by the supreme court from
longer required to earn by fees ,
;,,ko'oppose the subsidy, drew a long t -the Ind t th I 1 ts d
ges o e c rcut cour , an
their salaries and the salaries of ;
,
treatth and Voted tor IL i under the proposed new constitu- their deputies. Under the present 1
'-Grahanes first successful maneu- I
, tion they will be selected, bY the
. iterwas to secure the elimination ot , constitution. the county - board ,
supreme court from the lawyers
:the section of the bill which would ', fixes the .compensation of all coun
ot the respective. districts, without
has allowed the shipping board to, officers with the amount of i
regard to whether they have elect-1 tY
I' Sell ships to whomever it saw tit! . . h it t their necessary clerk hire and other!
i ea circuit judge. T e appe a e
' 'Without competitive sale. Much I, expenses, and the county officers!
ludees will be appointed to serve
Teritleism of the board's methods has ' --- who ,collect fees are required to t
!for 6-year terms, but the practical
.aireade come from Illinoisans, and I pay all these salaries and expenses i
operation will no doubt be that they 1
',the removal of this provision did I
will be appdinted to serve as long
Much to change their attitude to- I
as they give utisfaction. Appel
, Ward the bilL ,
, , , Raise Interest Rate& , late judges will be relieved of trial .:
will have all their time PRYCE'S - '
Anuther Graham amendment I work and
void , to do what they do now in one-thir.d
- nibs(' Ake interest rate to be
por..I of their time.
the government on'the unpaid -- COAL$7.50 per ton '
Ciity courts and probate courts' , ,
don of the purchase price of ves- I
, are abolished by the proposed new ' . an
sets. As it now stands, this rate d - .
constit
ution and provision is made I
Will be four and one-quarter per
for an additional county judge in!
' gent ' Both these changes were SLACKS.1.00 per ton
tcounties having a population i
of ,
made by the home without a record
,I more than 75,000, and the term or wr.
' Vote and with Mite dissension. oRK-BARKER '
The Aledo congressman defined I the county Judge is Increased to! I
I six years. The jurisdiction ot the!
,Isis 'intentions in regard to the bill Phone R. L. 4SS1 or R. L 4991 '
during the debate as "the building I county court is increased and the
et a merchant marine by a subsidy I
1 -.......-m. :
only sufficient to pay the difference -. '
,
.
in the cost of operation of ships , , - , .
'under the American gag and under
. a foreign flag and no more." Sug- InErnx COIELNG! , .
testing amendments to this end and ,
supported by his downstate col- - COLISEUM, DEC. gth, S p. in. y
leagues, he was, more successful in .
securing charges in the bill than Kline, Murphy, Baker, Dadraun
any of the numerous others who , -
sought them. , , -
QUARTET OF IICTOR ARTISTS -
- The most important alteration In
the stipulations of the subsidy bill . ,
r , RESERTA'flONS NOW AT--
'wrought by downstate opinion waa , ,
that which made subsidy grants to! L. I. Nom Co.) Ranted k Tett Maur, ,Baxter Plano Ce., -
.
!
ship owners subject to review by , Bale MEd() ' Shop, Reek Island; Tri-City lime XL, Reline
the government general accounting ' , - '
1 office., Representative Graham, act- , -. '
,
Dig on the stiggestion' of other ' 4 $
1 downstate members. attacked the
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gave the shippiug board in this re- ; , , - - :
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Ityng LVCRY IIINITC,TINgLt;
PAMPIL:13CSattling,MMIP4IMPAY
IV PZIIIIIIItraV11914
The Electric 'Heaters can be
moved from room to room at
ivill and connected to the most
convenient outlet. The coil fur
nishea an ' intense, quick heat
that the reflector immediately
distributes evenly in the room.,
Fine for the early risers' these
cold mornings and tor bath
room use or tor the kiddies'
rooms. These beater. leen from
$7.50 , -
Jewel Gas Stoves are efficient
and economical in. their opera
tion. The various sizes and ,
styles appeal to the small '
ily as well as the large one, eigi-"
er for Initial installations or
replacements. Prices range
trom $32.50 up. ,
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aped. , , ' L-.-- ,
,, , lasista,en Check. r .5.
Ife charged that not even the of-l
Idols ,of the treasury knew that IF.
suck leeway in checking accounts I
'was proposed for the shipping or- '
ionization. -, --:
rho Republican side of the Ir
vTtisemeat)
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-r IgDrrewill SellhThis is Ow Mild ' sallitiel ars te lat zed to' the gen
et osros on Sow omens Ito anot , oral assembly and 'aid trona, the
amino 'Mod 11. Thompsoo se ..ao ,
'"Mossome Mgt names ceestastale. ' state treasury-lasted erbeing SI
wilitek Via lie OdkomillSoll 1 taw Melo od by the county board end Dam
.let tam sole Dec I 1 ler ray.' of from the county treamut. .
1
v soMohnm, , 1 , x .,.v. - yhe , proposed new conititution
, '
, ,
. - '-' - ''' I sr non 11. 111611r60- N. ,' 'is -0,11--10ri-mart--- -I- censtituthilL '' Itlil
age limits are raised. In 'order tol
salit.611111(1.11. bY' add Justi ct IS 811"1" Cclurt be &curt judge a ma must -be as 1
. ..- ' ' Notablo changes aro luggestedill old sio he must be to be president 011
wo noloilm the Orenfilastion eird oPereriorrt thellnited States and he must have!
' the court& The lurrothersortr or 'Pe other qualifications not required of
Mt NM lOgra... supreme court is increased from the -president it does nos say
stivitasod nom . seven to nine justices, and its 'or- where fix a etoppublow "tiring
3., Dec. 2,--Tile! Irina jurisdiction is increased to age , - ,,
dnistration ship, include quip warrant., prohibition, same and neettenn.- - ,
rouse during the I and other wee involving qpestions , This article grants suffrage to tbe
instate Illinois-10f Wrest Publie imPortauce :The women which they already have bYI
asure than eVer two justices added to the court are virtue of the federal constitution,
an leaders had I to be elected from the Chicago dis- and in that respect accomplishes
, 1 trict, and there is no change in the nothing, but Is simply made to con
!' MOSt to elifill 1 downstate district& The most im- form with the federal law. The
r Main' of them; portant change in tido article is most important. change is the pro
f going over tot tas seating In the ouPreme court oil vision that in that part of the state
lion iris Repro- exclusive power to prescribe rules outside of Cook county no final
.1. Graham of , of pleading, practWand Procedure election of officers shall be held es
ti out his iMen-1 in all courts. Under the present cept on the first Tueisday,after the
be bill radically! constitution. the' ger-feral assembly first Monday of November, which
sees- at least, prescribes these rule& The rrre--- -PoI'shall be a holiday. This makes one
is. which he 1.011-.1 nents of this change argue that the election day a year instead of the
111M1,111 me Dill" courts should be made independent many election days now previded
tea of contention
kt the other departments of the for by law. This change could be
stern , congress-1 government, and that there is no accomplished by legislation in most
' ' , I more reason why the legislative de- respects, and a change of the con
Int the'eurP suo-ipartment should make rules for the, stitution is not required to effect
air Passed bore 'judicial department than that the the reform. - . , -
ro the measure' judicial department should make .
ed bY the mer
-I rules for the legislative depart- County Government.
'Mee, and down- ment The important changes with re
vided with talk- h spect to county government are that
Under the presmt constitutiqn,
a sheril is made eligible to re
sold permit thein , the judges of appellate courts are - - ---
election. and county officers are no
ituents at home !
t selected by the supreme court from
lay, drew a long -, longer required to earn by fees
I the Judges of the circuit courts, and their salaries and the salaries of
ir it- i under the proposed new constitu- their deputies. Under the present
iccessful maneu- I
, tion they will be selected, bY the
be elimination of , constitution. the county - board
suoreme court from the lawyers
Sill which would ', - fixes the compensation of all coon
of the respective. districts, without 1
hipping board to, 1 ty officers with the amount of
, regard to whether they have elect
never it saw fit - their necessary clerk hire and other
ve sale. Much 1 ed circuit judge. The appellate
expenses, and the county officers
1 judges will be appointed to serve
rd's methods has : who ,collect fees are required to
: for 6-year terms, but the practical
Illinoisans, and' . n v all these salaries and expenses
operation will no doubt be that they -ais
provision did ,
will be appefinted to serve as long
heir attitude to
as they give utisfaction. Appel
tot Rate.. 1 late judges will be relieved of trial -
will have all their time PRYCE'S . '
un amendment I wwic end
paid 1 to do what they do now in one-third
rate to be
por..1 of their time. ,
. COAL-47.50 per ton
'the unpaid
tse price of ves- I Ciity courts and probate courts 1
this rate I are abolished by the proposed new! and
stands,
constitution and provision is made I -
one-quarter per
for an additional county judge in ! SLACK-44.00 per ton
changes were
tcounties having a population of , ,
without a record
1 more than 75,000, and the term of I
o dissension. YORK BARKER
-
;ressman defined I the county fudge is increased to I
I six years. The jurisdiction ot the!
egard to the bill Phone R. L 4891 or R. L 4994
AR ,,the buildinz I county court is increased and the
e Friio-:,ed New
oral assembly mkt 'paid -from?' the
state' treasury-instead orbeing St-1
ed by the county board' end- paid,
frau the county ;MUM
The ' proposed ' new computation,
is an !old man's constitution-,
age limits are raised. - In -order to
be Circuit judge a man 'must -be as
old ae he must be to be president of
the United Stab3s and he must have
other qualifications not required Of
the -president - It does not tar
where fix a coMPolloW tethillS
- netems.- ' ,
This article grants suffrage to tbe
women which they already have bY
virtue of the federal constitution,
and in that respect accomplishes
nothing, but Is simply made to con
form with the federal law.' The
with
TED SHAW14
cmgat-10:1,t):z,-Apt-:17"(ir--raratigil
k iarittft .-ettittVie-ABe
LAIN I
ems
1 house lays itself open to suspicion . , 9 . -
1 when it writes into the bill a pro- . ,
TED SHAWN - :- 'E'
' vision which departs from a prac- . ,
tics followed since the beginning , 1 ,
at this government." he declaved in , t
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Mqving to strike out the accounting 1 - and the ,
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exemption. On a standing vote Owl ,... , .
amendment carried - 62 to 46, the 1 E... ,:',i,:irit;?,i',.:0,;:i:::,?::,,..:.,,,v
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Denishawn E
note delegation voting for it. ,0:', -,tam-:;iii,mM:..:Ai::..:g,-,:i,.::,-1,4
'' A foUrth amendment offered by 4:I: iE",' -:t.:M:i:i:iii:i:ie5:.,,;i::':,':i:::::::-Wiw-1-'' . .
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Graham and carried through their- ',: rfi:i.i:iiwi,:i:i:i:ii,i.:,i::::ii,:::,w,,:,: .;,.-
Vouse provided that provisions of fti:E.:Ue;:iii:O:MEU:a:,:::!4; , ,,' -
Dancers s
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the bill should,not apply to boats i:iii::::,::Ei::i:i:i:o:::::::::::,;:;:::;,::x,,,i,:::,,i:i:'::::::,::::-, I
engaged exclusively in inland trade, - 4
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plying 'on the rivers and 'canals of ri :.,.,o,-::::::,-::.:.z:.:5,.,,,::,:,,,,,,,:-,:i.:,..,.::,;:::::::,,,::::::,::,,, Tuesday and ! E
tbo United States. This feature had I ....-
been stibiect to question from the! o -:::Rii'Xiiit-,tif:Miii:iiiinii:i:iM::,,' Wednesday
outset and was adopted without dis-:E :::aww::-anowx:, r
agreement as the easiest method of .,i:,MS4;gg:i'l:' ::iiii1:-kii!': ':iiii:i, Dec. 12 .and 13
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clearing up the point. E 'PAVa!itk:---:.::: ':,'::::::',.: -,,:,:' ,..4.0 at
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- New - York. N. Y., Dec. 2.--, t. ,
Olive Stone, a tmined nurse, who. Itýr ,,,.,'"'
x ""-V--"' COLO mBIA :., I
last March was acquitted of ' the '1'-: flo,A
guarder et Ellis Guy Kinkead. at- .. -"V Aå, ,
tomptid to commit suicide by swalil .. .,,t '4,),,,,4!:),,,oz....,.. I
lowing poison, police sale '
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1, Illif ,
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. , , GENEROUS REWARD - ! - t --
tor return of missing package of F. ,;4::IN:i0.:7i1;f4r4Cgr.nnii;k:- 1. - ' B
old diariesworthless except to -.4i:rait'W-U:s:442D::ii::Api::ke::::,1; Seats.INow Selling at: "-:
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owner. r No. '212 Como hotel.(Ad-' - -'' "
it.otrt lam..., t I i ' - . , Baas' Basle House, R. L, '
Denishawn II
Dancers E,
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Setas.Now Sontag at: F.
Ttisement) ees:
Prl Ott Ilk S1.60, MOO, $2.50. Schmidt Music House. Das.
MO plus tax - Plano House, Nol. E"..!
ENGAGED TO WED. I E '
Los Angeles, Cant.. Dee.
iPrevost, motion picture. actress, - ,
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, and Kenneth Harlan, film actor,
1, formerly the husband of Flo Hart,, Address Mail Orders to Klinck-Oliver Management E '
lief the stage, are engaged to , hal Box 98, Davenport, Iowa - E :
litearrlect according to a report cur-! . . - El
pint in motion picture studios, ther, . - -.
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metitution
1st:mu:Ion - gin U.1111 , wDriaourrharm'Va.'"ve to 1).1.erZali t;tee.,... I inviiiiigation in-; waý for the simple rea-son 1;411'
Rock' bdand, road considerably less attractive to
,rhe hesting ea the route ono bet looted soon by Prophetstown peo-' increased distance to the ',Iwo;
messmermsssemtjt
old or the- ennuelte or their mem-- nouTri:o to Rock good two or tie y pie is to be carried on. The chain- highway will make the new oths;
age, at which time considerable die- hers ol eomMe
Under the proposed new eonstite- - - ion both ways was given the Moline and East, ins ave under. the people of tbis community.
.11.11111r MI 111EMM MIL AM. Mt UM eyes jitin
notrri,0
4IF I r
OROO ,INO3101115, , I I
0Or Or the sisnittge oi their enroll
am; the Compeheatibn et. countyl
'---- UP STATEROADz
..........w.. .........
- Prophetslown problem. it was , .
officers, and the number and com- '
peasatism or their employes shall traffic over the improved highway ,
be zed by the county board and . ' . ,
I !shown-- that the greatest portion ot ,. ,
t.L---------. woulknatweelly come rivm the tri
paid out of the general lands ot -, cities, and that it would not be wise ,.,
ths want? Th Prcw3" new con' PrePkegtaws Insists UP Being to add seven miles to the connect-.
stitution abolishes the each, di - Included at' Expe'esto et Adding Mg- link with the Lincoln highwir I -
molblek 00.0 em A mortgriAmm IPoso --... - --6...... .d.1... . , laku;shAbtatnlytt k ' .
township assessor and provides for' -
'even
a county usessor. -
maDmvAND Lunt m '1 Commercial torganizations of
Rock Island, Moline wit' East blio
OF ACCIDENT line are likely to unite In framing
AT ST. BEDE COLLEGE Pr"ta to state highway cons
. , mission against any further delay
A , in designating the route between
and 1 e.wiallod.olidnonrrinrsnipattem.fettl!
Ferdinand Math, son of Mr
FERDINAND MATH IS
'VICTIM OF ACCIDENT
AT ST. BEDE COLLEGE
r e144111111311 BMW, MILL I& MAU 1
1 01 the verification of a report that
Mrs. Andrew Math. 1500 Fifteenth 1 trogress of the route, known vs
Mre Andrew Main, lbOU rineent41PrOgregs of the route, known es
street, is in a Spring Valley bospi- state bond issue- No. 3, hat again
ed....by a contKoversy over
tal, suffering from a compound Zrao- imPTA
the Pro-khkstown stub-. ,
ture of the leg, incurred when ho It has been learned here that a
was struck by an automobile a delegation from Prophetstown
1111-11 In usw Aug, suutta 1 vta w Amu mg, It has-been learned here that a
was strack by an automobile a
wek -ago near Peru. Ferinand is a delegation from Prophetstown Is
, protesting against the proceedings
student in St Bede's college
with four companions had started to 1
and! until an investigation can be made
of that town's claims to position
walk,to a car line to go toLaSalle.
They had just left the .college upon the main highway between
i Moline and Morrison, instead of on
lane when without wariiing
auto, driven by W. H. Edwards of I
au I a connecting stub. - , -
The engineers of the highway de
Ladd, drove into the group. The 1 partment are understood to have
Math boy and Augustine Cima were decided against running the main
struck. Mr. Edwards took the ; highway throdkh Prophetstown for
boys to Spritg Vallejr whose they !various reasons, not the least of
received medical attention. ' which is that seven miles would be
The Math boy's injuries are so added to the distance between Mo
serious , that the bones have not line and the Lincoln highway at
I
been set since the accident but phy- Morrison should Prophetstown be
sicians expected to attempt that included. And then there would
operation today. Mrs. Math is at be some difficult engineering prob
I her soles bedside, called there ; lems to be overcome in' directing
shortly after the accident . I the main highway through two or
Gas or
.
dodo. 4.
l'1077t .
I d "art at
mai" ctl'on of two; side - Ildistanee' lain con- sciainist6 for r the). ''eti()Inabnatioligalkx ,
71 itSTL'Igillatlii.:- bridges Dociwont7 lin Rock river Rioting the right-ot-wag past noces- Prophetstown from' the wain bu,' ,
at a-a aft Alia.. alawaataatiamatints ft.., wow fno Cha
when the purposes of Prophetstown l'
I
would readily be served by.,s stub I
of a few miles in length, connect- -
ing it with the main highwaY , :-.
- Town Desighated. ,- k
ProPhetstown people have never
been satisfied with this deciaion,
and have not ceased to give up !-
hopes of being included on the ,
1
main ' highway. Prophetstown's '
claims are fortified by the fact that
when the $60,000,000 road bond is
sue map was made it provided that ,
the highways should tough certain!
designated municipalities, and for! '
some unexplained reason Prophets-1
town was one of the places desig
nated. although off the direct route
now used between Moline and Mor
rison. If Sterling had been desig
nated as the connecting point with
the Lincoln highway, the route then
would have led more directly
through Prophetstown.
The right-of-way hat been ob
tained through Rock Island county
IPME,imm
Obm NEWm
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PLIANC
Electric
Mous peopieneed than
Dt KING'S PILLS
for otastipation
Suitable Alws for Gifts or Presents
Not only because Christmas is
fast approaching, but also because
gas and electrical appliances are
always wise investments in con
tentment and utility, the following
items are particularly noteworthy.
MeHUMPHREY
nudizintpre
A RADIliNTFIRE Gas Heater
supplies heat quickly and eco
nomicalV to a room or a por
tion of a room. As an auxiliary
heating unit, it more than pays
for itself in fuel costs. alone
without considering convenience
and utility features. alladiant
fire Heaters come inl various
sizes and sell for from $11.00 up
ward. '
Yrmerin Be 3uty -
MO out of every 1,000 people
own Electric Irons. That proves
their great convenience and
economy. Are you one of the
IGO, and if so, how about
!hand new one for this Christ
mas? Prices from $5.00 up. -All
' fully guaranteed.
We sell the Collie Id Electric
Washer. Notice In the illustra
ition how the Cleansing suds are
I directed thmugh the fabrics.
The Coffield is especially noted
for its convenient way of serv
ing the housewife in her wash
ing duties. Coffield washers
turn "washday blues to "wash
day smiles." They sell for
1127.00. Let us tell you more
about the Coffield Washer.
&to line
Electric Percolators, Chafing
Dishes, Grills and Waffle irons
are always "good taste" gifts
and they are, moreover. verý
,much appreciated i)resents.
You will find our assortment of
these things electrical very corn
, plete and very reliable for your
early selection.' Electric Perco-,
lators sell for from $7.50 hp
wards. according to sizes. Oth
er appliances at equally attrac
tive prices. Ali are guaranteed.
t
The Hoover,it BEATSas it
SWEEPS--as it CLEANS. The
Hoover beats out from the rug
depths all nap-wearing, disease
laden grit, sweeps up all sur
face litter, erects the crushed
nap, freshens the colors and
cleans by air. We will demon
strate The Hoover on your OV11
rugs-upon yotir application by
'phone or otherwise. Price
;65.00 Cash. Terms if desired.
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haust the list of our different of- '-
fetings---those given here are only
representative. Come in and avail
yourselves of 1e,continuous dem
onstr4ions ready for you at our
stores.
This 'Eoaaer gives an even
brown to the bread that can't be
duplicated except by electricity.
The exceptionSilly convenient
swinging racks permit turning
of tbe'slice without burning the
fingers. This is an accegsory
that should be on every break
fast table. Sells for PAO with
turn-over device and $8.00 with
swinging rack. Both guaranteed.
Nothing puts tbe "appeal" in
to a room so much as the orna-,
mental lighting applidnces. The
portable ones are particularly
desirable for this Awe. The
many differeit4 styles of table
and floor lamps that we are
showing have among them feat
ures that wili reflect the
viduality and periónality of any
one. Prices range from $9:95
upwards. A fewtsmali lamps al.
low as $5.95. n
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highways should tough certain! , ,,,,
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mneth Harlan, film actor,1:: ' , - wat IP w
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mow., , Zleit IN viduality and persiinality of any
stage, are engaged to belE ' Box 98, Davenport, Iowa , - E : , one. Prices range from $995 - ' air
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,6, ta..a.A . , Norma seri . t th posed at . - ago, at which time considerable dis- hers of commemk of Rock' Wand, road considerably less attract" to .,
III 00,46 61 1.1IP 614eill. liet all" I ral assembly and bald me' the Under e pro new con tu- - - , , oosoloo both ways was given the Moline and East Moline ites lander. the people of tubs eomoulatt,.. .
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