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tea, mNM of tt MlriiHw,
uiht sagta, txmmttlj iwupt
o( the Ottaanra dsb. mow withAl
kaey. PresUoat Vow to hopeful
o clastaat several sales wtthla the
t' artaer Be Onwr, tSU Iwarth
i iwh aioetiator of a meat mi
hat. la eaxtoea to released
I feoaanmaa for Tom Cox now that
,f the former chief of police to et
f carely eoaaaea ia lail on a charge
f af aundartae- Bill GaheL
f 0 Owner appears a bondsman
( for Cox oa the indictment charg
ing the ex-chief with coaapiracjr to
protect gasobliag. Da Conuner as
I earned tba responsibility whea W.
i A. McCarthy, Rock IaUa4 grocer,
F asked to be released
i Da Commar Indicated to Circuit
j Clark O. W. Gambia thla morning
I that be believes Cox la not In need
of blm h i bondsman now. De
, Commar waa instructed to return
thla afternoon and explain bia
wiabea to Judge N. A. Larson. Tbe
court la expected to instruct him
I on the procedure to be followed.
L When a defendant Is out of jail tbe
, bondsman baa the right to request
the sheriff to take him into custody
. and) furnish a new bondsman.
There la some uncertainty whether
- this applies wben a man is Jailed
' on another charge,
DEALSPEltlG
ON ISLANDERS
Aside from Bock Island only two
attar Khulsslnel Valley . league
clabe ware represeatei at the meet
ing, Fred Willfred of Waterloo and
fkaak Boyle of Marshalltowa being
la attendance. Boyla negotiated the
aale of Stutveagea to a dab la the
eaatern league for tSOQ. Btatven
gen waa with Rock Island ia the
early part of laat season. Willfred
aoM McEwcn. Rock Island second
baseman, back to the Bloomlngtoa
club of the Three-Eye league, from
whom Bock Island secured him
early mot year, for 1760.
OJIJOT DIDN'T
r."."X COX LETTER,
TIFFIN DECLARES
ie:ix:i.3
' jTrntesrnai
at f Seeeessfal
Ware Mcmken af Last Teart
. ' learn aFCeOege. . ,
President Frank Weed Returned
From Louisville Meeting; Hopes
to Sell Several Players.
R. F. Wood, president of tbe Rock
. Island Fans' association, returned
from Louisville last night, where
he attended the opening sessions of
the annual meeting of tbe National
Association of Minor leagues. Mr.
Wood represented the local club at
tbe conference.
Negotiations involving tbe sale
fit a number of Islanders are hang
ng tire, Mr. Wood said today, but
deals bad been closed ait the time
he left Louisville. He was called
Fred Tiffin, the colored man who
drove aa alleged stolen car for John
Looney from Rock Island to New
Mexico, today came to The Argus
office to deny that Detective Her
man Sebnert had arer approached
him la aa effort to obtain from him
a letter from Chief of Police
Thomaa Cox, which he carried on
tha trip.
"The only man who aaw me about
the letter," Tiffin aaid, "was De
tective Charles Glnnane. He met
me on the street one day and asked
me to take a walk with him. He
led me to the residence of Tom
Cox. Cox asked me if I had the
letter, and I said I didnt have it
with me. He wanted to see it, he
said, to find if it contained his sig
nature. Detective Sebnert never
has talked to me about tbe Cox
letter, or about any other matter,
since I have been in Rock Island,
until a few days ago when the Cox
letter story first came out in the
papers."
Six memhera aad two alternates
ware chosen for the Augustan de
hatlnc team In the contest held last
Bight la tha college chapel. Twelve
students oompetaa tor in aanor.
Successful contestants are Fri
dolf Hanson, Karl Hanson, Edwin
Munson, Jamea Berry, Francis
Bowman and Reuel Hamnani. ai
tematea are Oscar Bloom and Stan
ley Nothstein. "
tm tam will numuit the Lu
theran institution in all its Inter
collegiate debates. Three' of the
number. Earl Hanson, Berry, and
Munson, are members oi usi years
forensic stan. -Judges
in the competition were
4 V ahenttAn dehatinr coach.
Miss Iva Pearce, Carl Fryxell and
Paul Randolptt.
Tha uihlprt debated laat night
was "Resolved, That strikes In pub
lic utilities and coal mines should
be. prohibited by federal law."-
WRIGHT SEEKING
BOARD'S AWARD
Aerial Company Employe Baraed
In LaSnlle Accident, Takes Case
to ladnstrktl Comadssloa.
JAIL FOR PROFITEERS.
Boston, Mass., Dec. 8. Mayor M.
Curley urged Jail, terms for prof
iteering coal dealers.
Rock Island's Greatest Candy
Sale tomorrow at Young & Me-
Combs. (Advertisement)
raft ate ctothaa with klaslaau-vlV45'-
CtlBa.S3lta ttaw-t r
'CalaaofX.
man, agalaat the Rock'lalaad Lines
waa alap heard uy tae aivuraior,
Belt fractured ato akatt iava aed
daat la thaahopa. ' .
Personal Points
1
Sheriff George Brown of Henry
county waa la Bock Island today
OmhUn - on a tirlef bual-
neaa trip, durinr which, he vialtedi
the city hall and county court nouae
and greeted his numerous friends
about those places.
" V v - .
(Order yoar HOJIE PACKAGE" J
Af I TltfnmUl f ILUH 1HH HTU1U 1IMJU
A McCombs tomorrow: (Adver-
Itlsement) .. '-.t
t - wnr- nrdmr . tart. HfTME i
PACKAGE or unrisnnaa - ub ,
at Toung Mcuomos uanuy soop i
tomorrow. (Advertlsament) - t
HOCK IBianu a UTwnn wuj i
Sale tomorrow at Toung k Me-.
Combs. (Advertisement.) . ;-. .
Rlectric Curlinr Irons, $2 each. ,
Qx Mir A nn nare 1. H. E. Gel-1
hart ft Co., Inc 1519 Second ave-j
nue. ia.uverusemeui.j .
DM-PSSIS
ITEtFAnEPLAU
Committee Is Hamea te Perfect
Plaa far Werkteg ArraagMaeat
Between Organisations.
The claim of William Wright
against the Tri-City Aerial com
pany for compensation was heard
by A. W. Becker, arbitrator for the
Illinois industrial commission in
tha rnurt honse this morning.
Wright's right hand was burned
and its use impaired wnen iiares
In the opinion of house
wives who know
MACRONETS
is the finest macaroni yon
can buy.
MACRONETS boil
tender in five minutes
bake with peas, corn,
rice, meat left-oven,
fish, chicken, game, to-'
matoes, cheese or dried
fruits.
Delicious in Soups
"Be It Ever So
Humble There's
No Place
Like Home"
But hare you a real borne?
Not a shelter for which you
pay toll to a landlord, but a
permanent abode of your
own.
One's dwelling place has
an Important , influence on
life and character. It is said
that the inspiration of home,
next to religion, is the great
est In life.
Therefore' you should do
everything In your power to
establish a real home for
yourself and loved ones.
If you haven't such a home,
now is the time to plan it
This bureau bas for free dis
tribution a booklet contain
ing exterior views and floor
plana of 0 homes adaptable
to any section of the country.
These plans were prepared
by skilled architects and no
expense has been spared to
make them aa practical and
economical aa possible.
Send for your popy of this
valuable booklet today. En
close two cents in stampa for
return postage. In filling
out the coupon be sure to
write your name and address
clearly.
FREDERIC J. HA&EZN,
Director,
The Rock Island Argus
Information Bureau.
Washington. D. C.
I enclose herewith two
cents in stamps tor return
postage oa a free copy of
the Modern Homes Booklet
Name
Street ...
City T.;.M
State ......
a eae
S. Feldbein's Store No. 1
2207 Fourth Avenue Phone R. I. 988
12th St. Kash&Karry
801 Twelfth Street Cor. 12th St and 8th Ave.
Do You Want to Save Money?
We are reducing our stock and while it lasts will
make special prices to those who buy in quantities.
We are quoting a few specials below, but it will be
impossible to list the many bargains here and urge
you to visit our stores, where you will be surprised at
the savings and cut prices. Our stock is fresh, com
pjete and one of the largest in the city. We guaran
tee all our merchandise. .
Flour Ceresota, Gold Rim or
Pillsbury ... i:... ......... $1.99
Swandown Cake Flour . . : ... i . . . 29c
Sugar, 10 lbs 79c
Powdered Sugar, lb. . .... . . . . . . . . JOc
Butter, dairy, lb -47c
Lard, pure; lb. . . . 13C
Potatoes, pk., 21cs bu- :79c
A committee representing . wel
fare associations and associated
kawtttmm nt tRrwIr Inland. MOline.
Bast Moline and Davenport waa ap
pointed at a joins meepnn; m u
nalntlAM t tha ROCk . Island
rnK ...tarda afternooit to nerfect
a plan for establish! n- a confiden
tial registration eicnanga ior u
four. cities. -. t --1. ' :"
The purpose of the exchange is to
facilitate welfare' work between the
cities, so as to enable officials of
aoh nrvnizatioh toCkeen trace of
persons they have been working
with wnen iney move irom uue mj
to the other. The committee, which
was ordered to report back t a
meeting- to be held early in Jan
nary, is composed of the following:
Rock' Island Mrs:. C. V. Silvia,
Miss Ada Barker and T. A. Murphy.
Moline Dr. C. C. Sloane, Miss
Roaaf AVHoUaa ajtt Q. fc'ilsJaoaV
East. Mollae Mrs. ,Fraaoas O.
Larkln. Mrs. Frank Sherman aad
Davanport Misa NeUia 'Abraham.
Mrs. c A.'nck anu btb. m. x.
"CaaCtrte CarUag Irons, $S eaca.
See oar ad on page 14. H. E. Gel
bart A Co., Int. ISlt Secoad ave
nue. (Advertisement) ' "! . ; . - ;
Electric Curling Irons. 1 each.
Sea oar ad on page M. H. K. Gel
hart aV Co., Inc. 1519 Second ave
nue. (Advertisement)
' Electric Curling Irona, i each.
See oar ad on page 14. H. E. Gel
hart & Co., Inc., 1S1 Second ave
nue. (Advertisement) , -
FCriGASTM:
ZEROlilTlIER
DYtd:.:oaRovi
Waataex I Mai . Preikte Decided
Drop la the Teatperatare Durtaf
' Hajlt With FessIMe Saew.
Read Toung aV McCombs .Christ
mas "Ad" in this issue. (Adver
tisement) u
Leave your order for "HOME
BACKAGE" of Christmas Candies
at Toung ft McCombs Candy Shop
tomorrow. (Advertisement)
Tha mercury will cling near the
sero 'point tonight when it will fall
steadily' with Its maalmum between
IS and 10 degrees above xero, An
drew Hamrick, meteorologist, an
nounced this afternoon.. The fore-
east- for tonight and tomorrow ia
italr and colder. .--.
I At noon today-the temperature
waa 19 above, rising from 17 de
! grees which waa registered at 8
I o'clock this morning. A noticeable
era , thla Bmahu. altate
will not go higher than Ma
above today. Last ansa
o'clock the mercury 53
degrees above and witkX"
of a slow but steadr rtaTi
o'clock it had reacbad at-
aad- from then ea it basalt
steadily until it fell
this morning.
Snow atorma were teaorki ' J
all of dhe northern statasaaf !
the northern part of tars, SJ
would have bean snow i. !
cltlM had tha .T
laaiM .laks U II.. .
irick aut,
--0ar
15c
Apples, good cooking or eat
ing, fancy, 6 lbs, 41 JQ
25s. bushel basket,
Raisins, Sunmaid,
Seedless, bulk, lb. .
Rice, Blue Rose, fresh f
stock, lb UC
10 lbs. Michigan navy OQ
beans OJC
Lima Beans (California)
Campbell's Beans,
' 3 cans
Syrup (Blue label)
gal
121c
29c
39c
Milk Pet, Libby or A 1
Carnation, large can lvjC
'Nuts, 1922 crop, mixed, 09-
lb. LOC
English walnuts, soft QOM
Bhell, lb OLC
Pea berry Coffee, dt AA
4 lbs l.UU
Peacbes or Apricots (in syr
up) 4 large . OQj.
cans
Pineapple, sliced,
3 large cans
SOAP
Big Ftour,
10 bars
P. & G.
10 bars
Peosta, ,
10 bars
98c
42c
47c
49c
Call R. 1. 3422 We Deliver Your Order if $2.00
or More. No Extra Charge.
15c
FIG BARS Nice and fresh.
Best cookie for
lunches; lb
SACS KRAUT Extra fine
ah........lOc
HACAROM, SPAGHETTI,
XACB05ETS Fresh Stock
No limit; o
package OC
FRESH BREAD
Loaf
6c
31c
PEACHES Good fruit large
cans, in , OQ, -syrup
6tOKf ,
C0R5T STARCH Argo Corn
Starch, regular 10c package.
(No limiMbuy all FJX g
you want). Pkg. .... t 2V
PURITAir HALT Hop flav
ored. . No boiling. 70
KELLOGCTS
BRAN Pkg. IOC
KELLOGGS 11
KRUXBLES Pkg. . , . X 1C
MILK Pasteurised, Q
quart ; IC
TE.E-....... :30c
The good old standby. Same
flavor same goodness all
the time. A delicious Pea
, berry. Blend worth much
more money; . . tf-f If?.
4 lbs. for ....... dlelU ,
CANDY! NUTS! CANDY!
Fan Hae ef all ktaas af goodies at Lowest Price. Order
Candy aad Kats here. Team Save Moaey.
Del Monte Salmon (All day Saturday) OKn
large cans, each .
We Sell lee Cream the Whole Tear 'Round
"LOUIE"
PROFIT SHARING GROCERY
6Z7 NINTH STlCEET
.LI
CITOT linn CKK)B-t,BITrn--XSATS
You Want to Be Well
Dressed for the Holidays
You want to look right
fro mtop to toe our part
" in your good 'appearance is
shoes.
The shoes you buy here
will give you all winter s
service, whether you
, choose party slippers, high
or lo wshoes.
Then, too, we have a
wonderful variety of Xmas
slippers for men, women
and children, and at prices
c you will like . to pay and
feel that you have spent
your money wisely.
.Why not give something
useful?
1811 Second Ave., Rock Island
SNYDER'S
Cash and Carry .Grocery, 1S21 Second Avenue
Sugarr pure cane, 0 lbs. . . ... . . . .. 79c
Hebe Comp. Milk, 3 tall cans .... . . 25 c
(6 cans limit, Saturday only)
Oranges, 400 doz. left, tomorrow they
goat, doz. .f. . . ... ........I.. ."l5c
Pure Preserves, 9 oz. jar, Saturday
only
Black Walnuts, 10 lbs
Fresh Peanut Brittle; lb.
Fresh Fig Bars, lb 'I
15c
29c
Fresh Dates, ' . .
lb.'.
Holsum Corn, .
3 cans
Campbell's Pork and OA
Beans, 3 cans ....... iitC
Peas, Karly June, 4
2 cam
Powdered Sugar,
3 lbs.
Gunpowder, Tea,
lb
Shredded Cocoanut,
lb
-Grimes' Golden of Jonathan
Applies, 5 25C
P.. ft G- Soap,
' 10 bara: ..f.i....,.
Mocha Java Best
Coffee, lb. ....v.. A.
25c
29c
29c
25c
49c
33c
Tomatoes,' q
'3 cans'.
Fresh Prunes,
2 lbs.
Raisins, seeded or v
. seedless, pkg. .i
Pet Milk,. r
tall can
Corned Beef, 1-lb.
can
Sweet Potatoes, 8 .
lbs viY;.
Ideal Malt and Hops,
only '.. .
Calumet Baking Pow- OA
der, lb. can tttfC
liUX,
pkg. ,
Braiil Nuts, ia
lbs. 15JC
10c
'45c
15 c
15c
.1 35c
J 25c
15c
11c
25c
25c
65c
10c
Boneless Cod Fish, pkg. ,, . . Oc
Sweet Cider, gallon iv. . 39c
Chocolate Drops, lb. . i : : . . 5C
Best Peabeny Coffee, 4 lbs. . : -SLOP
Cranberries,; lb. . : . v , ? . 5c
"" " - - - zssmmBszMssaBssssBs
TIGER RESTS
Washington. Dec
nananeaau air.llm.
France, will concloda bis tat 1
"formal" address of bia SIX
tour. He will speak betprToav.
ternatlonal Lyceum and Cbatw
qua aasociation.
, Clemenceau planned to '
most of the day In seclustoaS
i:
Si.
Ja
The
r'arty
ri
JCk
ioryi
Rh
grm. :
Saw :
Have You Been to This Great
0VE1ST0CKEB
SHOE SALE
If you have, you have carried home with you some phenomenal
bargains and you have joined the ranks of boosters for this great
money saving sale. !
But if you haven't attended this sale, you surely do not realize its
importance, to your pocketbook. If you wear shoes or will want
to buy Christmas slippers you will profit immensely by buying at
this sale. I
Holiday Slippers Go On Sale Saturday Morning
Men's Shoes
Men's fine mahogany shoes
built over the latest r Qf
lasts, welt soles . . . 303
Men's brown calf shoes, med
ium toes, welt soles, regular
Ll 1? &n vnlno
at '
$3.98
Boys' fine brown calf shoes,
medium toes,
$2.98 AND $3.48
Boys' elk shoes in all sizes at
$2.48 $2.98
Men's cushion sole slippers
in kid and felt in OO
all sizes, at 7l.lO
Holiday Slippers
Women's fine cushion sole
felt slippers, ribbon trimmed
in various colors, in all sizes,
$1.28 $1.48
Women's boudfirs with
turned soles and djl
pompom, at ....... v s O
Men's fine Everet style slip
pers, hand turned soles, in
al1 $2.98
Men's brown Everet slippers,
flexible soles, at
$1.68 $2.28
Everything Sold Exactly As Advertised.
- . . Guaranteed.
Women's Shoes
Women's fine oxfords 1a
black and brown calf, well
soles with medium rubber
heels, at
$4.85 AND $5.85
Women's dark brown cal
shoes, medium soles and rib
ber heels, in all 0 40
sizes, at vnv
Girls' brown calf shoes, att
ium and broad toes, (0,4C'
sizes 2 to 11. at
Sizes 12 to
Infants' shoes in kid and pV
ent with turned soles at .
$1.78 $1.98
One. broken, lot womta'l
t::... ...98c
Every Transaction
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tanM
w2
JUSl.
layai
aals
iere
Slei
PRIESTER & H1CUCY
Look for
the hie;
yellow
" I 216 18th St,
Look for
tbe big
yellow
Rock Island
Pay
Us 41
vat i
The
Chief
wblcS
swat!
eordii
doai I
Yei
edat
Utlon
read
line I
td U
their
times
In tbi
drive i
guilt)
proce
Slevii
Wh
tbe 1
rent
Slevii
count
magii
plana
his d
fact I
to be
was
court
terra
our I
It t
the d
the S
dlscoi
a she
Met
invest
ords ?
police
these,
accoa
Jhd 1
tin R
dty I
fore 1
proce
Inq
OUR MEAT SALES ARE
GETTING BIGGER
AND BETTER
each day because we are giving the biggest values for the least
v money..
Pork Loin Roast
14c
Pork Chops, best cut . . . J7c
Pork Steak
15c
Spare Ribs
14c
Neck Bones
5c
2 lbs. Cocoa .
25c
2 lbs. Lima Beans . . . . 25c
Sirloin Steak .......... 15c
Round Steak 15c
10c
Beef Pot Roast
Beef Chuck Roast 12lc
Boiling Meat
6c
4 lbs. Rice .
25c
Noodles, per pkg 6c
Don't Fail to Take Advantage of Our Low Prices on Laundry Soap
.1
B
UEHLER BROS.
Busy Store -The Store That Keepa Meat Prices Lower
1628 Second Ave. Rock Island
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