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The Rock Island Argus and daily union. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1920-1923, December 07, 1922, Image 14

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trocar ut om a soft drink bar
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.yesterday arumoon and this mern
llaf ud toad the customary 00
f at a haarrag before Magistrate D,
.! J. Clehud la police court.
!The arrest ot Alphonse De
Bchlbtr, who conduct a grocery
tore at 1113 Fifth avenue, was a
i tittle oat ef the ordinary In the ac
i trvttlea ot the liquor seekers. De
ttectlves Dennis Bennett and Earl
(Shannon walked Into his place this
i morning and asked to bur some
1 hooch. 'Alphonse said. "Sure, wait
f a tew minutes until I get done
, washing and cleaning some ot these
4 - me oiucers assea 10 ouy a gai
l 1 Ion, bat Alphonse said he could not
. foare that much. He told them he
could let them -hare a quart. He
became sociable with the detectives
and took them down in the base-
t.u r ui m cwa m-
s llx tjr oe
m ts was "mry
Da ealbar was take to the
aoUoa etatte aM art a aaartesH
la foSee efcart Bo toM there that
fc aaaVbeea sadag taa beech for
11 a. pteL Bo was charged with
haTlag Manor la v "aisloa for sale.
m i woh
. Deteettres Beaaett and Shhaaoa
opened their liqaor activities yes
terday afteraooa waea Uey went to
the soft dttsk bar ooadacted by
Braao Laaabreeht, 423 Tweuty
foarth street There they found a
milk bottle which contained a halt
plat of hooch. Lambrecht was also
lined SM fa police court on a
charge of baring liquor In' posses
sion for sale. Besides the fine Chief
w H ntastaunona ordered Lam-
brecht's license revoked. This fol
lowed shortly after the fine la po
lice court
Licensed to Wed !
Thomas 3, Peach...... Bock Island
Dorothy O. Specketer. .Rock Island
Lester P. O. Gross.
Mildred I. Felske..
Harre Peterson ...
Rath Shaw
William "F. Rlstan..
Emma Nichtingale.
.. .Rock Island
...Rock Island
. Cameron, III.
. Cameron. 111.
...Coal Valley
....Coal valley
The rtssslflnl ads an
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,m me-m-t0sm ?r
roomie
city
Kay Set Def-
Bate at Meettnf of Con. -ell
Vest Monday .
The city election to let voters
decide whether the city ot Rock Is
land will change from the commis
sion to the aldermanic form of gov
ernment will probably be held
Tuesday, Jan. 16, it was announced
at the city hall this morning.
The commissioners have talked
Informally about the election, oat
nothing definite has yet been de
cided as to the election date. Def
inite action will probably be taken
Monday at the weakly meeting of
the city council.. v ,
Since the time when the peti
tions, which contain the sigaatares
of 4,688 voters in the city of Rock
Island, were filed with City Clerk
Martin Rudgren. several questions
have confronted the commission
ers. The first and largest one was
how funds would.be raised to cov
er the election expenses. This has
not been decided, but it is neces
sary, according to the law, for the
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t 4 s WU are
alal. - TU : WtfW'l .aave
plaaaed to go aUI !ftaa oleo
tiaa sad werry buX t tin at
a later aato." It aar beasr aV43atod
that taa cwiiailartoaers can defray
the eapsasis ,by takaaf the amoaat
tram neat year's e1ty?bvdct. No
aporopmooa was set aswe an
year ecanse a city election was
not contemplated. City Attorney
John K. Scott, after the faada were
discasaed for some time,- naked an
oolnioa of Attorney General Ed
ward J. Brandage. bnt the1 attorney
general replied that it was up to
the city to decide the question and
he eoald not give an opinion' on It.
aajer mos no aassa.
' Another one of the minor ' diffi
culties was the question of the
right of the people of South Rock
Island, or that portion of the city
which lies sooth of Eighteenth
avenue, to vote. Mayor Schrlver
announced this; moraine that he
did not see any reason why they
would not be allowed to vote on the
proposition.' '.y- i. . '
A. similar case; confronted :' the
city of Moline when It returned
from' the comirlsslon to the aider
manic form ot government. The
diffiicalty was solved there by al
lowing the people la th outlying
districts to vote on the change and.
then the entire city was re-Warded,
thereby giving those people repre
sentation like the people living in
the city proper. ,i
. VdcplMMie jour classified ad.
Saatpkef Saras for Bealevard Link
' ' Xeeelved ly Jfotor plahl Early
bstalhttlea mmhei.
SamnTnH nf th sheet steel street
signs ordered ' by the Mississippi
Motor club lor Vie as tramc -Btp
signals on the IMer-city boulevard
link have arrived, and the full ship
ment Is expected in the near futare.
It is the intention ot the club of
ficials to have-the signs installed
by Monday, Dec. 18, It possible.
They will be placed on Sixth and
Seventh avenues, Rqck Island, and
in Moline Will be on : Fifteenth
street and Fifth, Sixth and Nine
teenth avenues. If the system wor'-s
as well as anticipated, it is the
club's hope that the city auth ri
ties will permit their installation
on Twentieth street and Eighteenth
avenue! Rock Island.
, This is the same system used on
certain streets in' Davenport ana
which Is to be extended in the
spring. They are used on all the
Chicago boulevards and on ' nine
other thoroughfares there,:
The sign is shield-shaped, the
words "Through Street" appearing
on a black background on the up
per portion, and the word "Stop'
rimuiiiHiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiuiiiiiim
being oa a rod backgroand In the
lower portion.
The shield sign to be assdV here
constitutes the Mississippi Motor
club's official emblem and is the
same alga in use In Chicago,
Substantially constracted ot steel
they werepurcha Bed with a view to
durability. - .
If permission is given for their
Installation oa Eighteenth aveaua
and Twentieth street, a loop 01 ar-f
terial highways wui De uereny
created.
GROUP FLANS FOB
t TRACTOB SCHOOL
'' Members of a special farm bu
reau committee will meet in bu
reau headquarters tomorrow after
noon at 1:30 o'clock to debate the
advisability of a tractor school in
the county, February 26-28, under
experts to be furnished by the col
lege of agriculture of the University
of Illinois. : -
Report will be made at a meeting
of the executive board committee
Saturday afternoon. -
BUREAUS INVITED
TO TABU WEEK
CIGARETTES
' "7i"
andfter aD, what
other.cigarette is so
highly respected hy
80 many men?
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This
Year
Give
Furniture!
one
The Permanent, Lasting Christmas Gift
5
1 Once more y6u are confronted with the task of selecting
suitable Christmas Gifts. A task that can easilybecome a
genuine pleasure if you give furniture.
Firsts-Give Mother a rest Let Dad and the Children do
the choosing. Select those suites or individual pieces which
are always needed in every home.
Provide gifts that will make the home more pleasant, en
joyable and attractive. Permanent Gifts that will be a source
of pride and satisfaction for years to come.
Truly such selections would be proof of your good judg
mentand certainly pleasing to Mother. .
You'll like the large' variety and moderate prices at this
store.
" P. R. Edgerton, whose service as
farm advisor terminated Dec Is
praised in the current issue of the
Orange Jndd Farmer,' published in
Chicago. -
The Parmer says: ' "Edgerton's
work has been regarded as success
ful and in the class with the best In
the state. Rock Island county on
account of Its peculiar shape has
presented some difficulties in or
ganisation but the farm bureau has
shown some very definite results."
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, Trt-City Towel Supply company
Davenport 584.
R. I. Clean Towel Service. Pbon
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Let Fatima smokers
Ulljo
Liggett Sc Myim Toucco
5 Piece Breakfast Set $42
A Breakfast Set of very unique design is here offered in
this set of five delightful pieces. Chairs and table are sub
stantial in construction, enameled and decorated in two col
ors. Table and four chairs, priced only $42.
Give This Fine MOHAIR
Overstuffed Suite
A splendid gift for the family realty 3 gift tp the home.
This beautiful two-piece MOHAIR Overstaffed Set combines
ail the superiorities 01 the highest priced suites. Good qual
itv MOHAIR: be full snrinor pnnst.niptinn ' r'-V dAAA'
ity MOHAIR; big, full spring construction
and priced only :
t. , '"-...- m
What to give Solved by
SELECT NOW
A small deposit
will hold any article
until Christmas.
RAPID SERVICE
in our store will
enable you to do
your gift shopping
in odd moments.
(THE, WORLD'S
.. . BEST MUSIC
for your family at Christmas
time and ever after on '
The New Edison
PI
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B
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I ol
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Martha Washington
Sewing Cabinets
'
The home-loving woman will always appreciate receiv
ing such a Christmas Gift as this practical Martha Wash
ington Sewing Cabinet. -
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They are ot durable construction' and the enduring
beauties of the seasons, wood are skillfully brought out.
Stop and see the many now on display. ,
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As low as
$17.50
TABLES
For The living Room C
An almost endless variety ot One Tables tor the living
room are now ready for your inspection.
Davenport Tables. End Tables, Library Tables in waxed
mahogany, walnut and oak many patterns, shapes and
sizes. Harked as low . . . $20
Bridge Lamps
Ton will be surprised at the variety
of handsome Bridge Lamps assembled
here. And the prices are unusually at
tractive. They come complete with silk fringed
v' shades, inner lined and polychrome
stand. Marked as low as $17.50.
Gift Suggestions From "The Big Store"
Sellers Kltrhra Cabinets
DreMlaa- Tables
, Betfraoai Suites
CaiarCtiMU .
Bonahar WDtea Ran
Windsor Chairs .' -Leather
Chairs
Bel Davenports
Book Bads
Gate Le TaMes
Tea Carte
Splnaet Desks
if-
CaaiMaatten TetephoM
aa4 Wrltias Desk. Ta
ble aad Chair. An la
expeastva flit. .As lew.
Xagasiae Sack aai .
SjBekenr ' Staac. Twe
' jbi One. A Gift be
wffl appreciate. ... .
f London
'TT Jttodel -
? rJ i Sothtog
, jj ' ' 10WB
J 2.00
L per
' " week
Beantlfel Console Models
$135, $175, $295
All can be bonght on
budget plan
the
$2.49
OrR SPECIAL $L75
FILLER FOUNTAIN
PEN
MISCELLANEOUS
GIFTS
FOOTBALLS for that boy of
yours
75c to $5.00
STATIONERY In a wonderful
.assortment to suit every taste
50c to $5.00
FOCSTAIX FEXS Sc'heaffer
and Waterman
50c to $15 ,
SELF
98c
DE TTLBISS PERFUMERS
75c to $7.50
TANTINES I5CENSE,,
BURNERS
75c to $3.00
' Candy ,
Department
LIGGETT S The box chocolates
with the wonderful centers.
Fresh shipment just, arrived. Try
them out and be convinced ot
their goodness. Pounds, See.
SLMaadtLSO.
Also 2, 3 and S poand, boxes.
AMBROSIA Our famous line of
bulk chocolates. Bittersweet
coatings with .vanilla, maple,
fruit - and coeoannt. whipped
cream centers, milk centers,
milk coated with assorted
cream, nut and solid centers.
Fend Me. f
' The Original Satarday Caady;
a fall poand box of pure assort
ed chocolate, tomorrow only Me.
MAXIXE CHERRIES In
cream chocolate covered. Full
pound box Me.
Kiddie Klown Dolls
An inflated rubber top, un
breakable and sure -t?1 9Q
to please ..-'..v.... DA07
Mama Dolls
(SAY MAMA)
?? inch walking, talking dolls.
dressed like a real
'baby
' Manicure Sets
In the very latest roll designs,:
satin lined and fitted with the
' finest of instruments, ' with
Parisian ivory handles
$2,75 to $9.50
Perfumes ?
. AND TOILET WATERS
In gift packages. A wonderful
assortment in neat packages
from the smaller ones at 50c up
to the imported makes of Piver,
Coty, Haubigant, etc., at
$2 v $3 $5 $6
Christmas Cards
A very comprehensive assort-'
ment to suit, even the most fas
tidious in style and verse
lCto 50 c
Compacts
in either rouge or both are much
used and will make a .beautiful
gift.
Single Compacts SO?, 91M9, $M
Twin Compacts. .$1.00 and $10
Enamel Flower Decorated
Compacts $L0 and $2.00
The Appreciated Gift
A KODAK
And there is one to suit
i 1 1.. 2 J 1
every juujviuuai.
Si
1A Autographic CJ1 C AA
Kodak for her.. tBi.tJ.VU
Vest Pocket Kodak Qt
for Travelers tBUttJ
AND THE CHILDREN
No. 0 Box Brownie $2J
No. 2 Box Brownie t&SO!
No. 2 A Box Brown ie...f&fit
ALBUMS in a groat variety
ol sizes prices and cofer
50ctoS6.00
' Our Special
RADIO SET
IS TAKING THE COMMUNITY
BY STORM
There's just one trouble. We can
hardly get enough of them, for
Johrey.or!:.!!u...,-$iCoo
. ' Complete
And we are now - equipping
them with the new 3,000 Ohm
Red Head ' Phones 100 ' ft 7
strand wire and insulators. All
you will need to receive. Don't
"deprive that boy or yourself of
Radio. , . ..
ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
STAR HEATING PAIIS-To take
the place of the Hot Water Bot
tle. Single t?C III)
Temperature tPw.VV
Three Degrees of $7 Kf
Heat tB.tfU
WAFFLE IRONS Useful eni
ss p:a.c:. $12.00
ELECTRIC HKATEliS ThT
S5.oo
-ELECTRIC YIBltATORS
$5.00 aDd S12.50
TIOLET RAY MACHINES
S12.50 your S25.00
SATURDAY
SPECIALS
25 T.iatprinn Tonth Taste ...IDC
50c Pepsodent Tooth Pa&le..''
60c Forhans Tooth Paste ..
30c Kolynos Tooth Paste
$1.00 Listerine
60c Ipana Tooth Paste ..
60c Gem Blades
$1.00 Autostrop Ii'.ade
25e
,.S9
..3
. Me
..S9C
$1.00 Gillette r.lades
35c Palmolive Shaving Creani
at
$1.00 Autostrop Ilaior
j Rexall Pure Food
; '. Products s
60cOpeaoX O Kin
Coffee, 2 pkgs. for. & for Ji-V
55c Opeko,
Tea'..........;.for
30c Baking - b O-l
Chocolate sWforOXC
30c Co- . O Q" n
coat ..............si for OlC
35c Vanilla -o ,
Extract for 50C
35c Symond'a Inn O Ql?
Bouillion Cubes. for ODC
2 quarts Best
Grape Juice ...
25c Mennen's Talcum for Men We
$100 Ainrea Powder
$1.00 L'Origan Powder ..-J
50c Jardin de Rose Powder
69tf Pompeian Powder
CREAMS
60c Hind's Honey & Almond
. . . . y
. nnO 10ft Hind'g Honey and so.
50c Dagset Ramsdell Cold
Cream J
60c. Pompeian Creams
10c Armour5s 3 for 23c; dor.
76c
25c Packers Tar 'J
50c Mulsified Cocoanu. Oil
Many specialties on sale noi
mentioned in this list.
i$chlegeVs?&s& Drug Stores
; : Davenport and Rock Island
MaA Orders Solicited ! . - Free Delivery in Tri-Cities
... The New Edison Phonograph sold at Davenport Stores Only r.
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