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1; i.l 11 I f il LlghUng astarsa. stand sad a M iu nt nS St.. C m. aing at 7:M o'clock, Captala C. H. tares e?ir made. Plans for a pis tol dak to are oa the Bock Island Arsenal range an already under war and Wl be sertsctad at this leatslstloa tnrongh tbs local chapters, K will be noesible to present la a direct and forcible way the present and fatare logaUesssnla for a suecees- ata aas sent latltattoas to ISO tas fatare of the Reserve Corps as . 4 Ocers m Rock Island, MoUne and a unjiisist of tas Uaited States anarls tobeprnssted to congress wtthlB a saort jaasL Through the gMdlaa of tas national and state kart Co opsosUa sMtoCloa.-A v ens vieiauy. -Aaisniasnisnt.y . - " rkriatmsa ' Bavlnni dab I oaa of the faataras. of tae n meeting. The organisation of a rati falarsay ..J'-tei- vtatas "I" l it-" "Ihti'T gym l-JB tnason Biag wiU be "Flsabea of Actioa," said to be one of the best war pic- tsam and a trap snooting dab will alao be discussed. - ot isserve oBloer and Back Inland savings, naxj cr.3m:izE GLU3 i Ue.iu... JXJTl atkC06r 4, Crasa, -series Carpenter, and M ywri, atrlr a resident In Rock Island nan, was umauy uiiea : Vy afternoon when he k i IT passenger "train atx r a from hia home In Centralis. i Utor, Mrs. Ki W. Wahlberg, 2336 f iteenta avenue, - Moltae, re i A word of the accident late yea. r iy afternoon, bat no parti cn t.t other than that Mr. Carpenter e-a Instantly killed hare been re- t na. - ; - ''! tr. Carpenter was born In Edg .. irfton, Dec 23, 1885. He received M education In that town and la . lias he came to Rock Island. He lad been a resident of Rock Island sp until a little over a year ago when he moved to Centralla. Mr. Carpenter waa a salesman. He was i sot married . -4 ' - Mr. Carpenter was a member of Masonic orders and Elks of Rock Island. He was a member of the Edgington Presbyterian church. Harming Family. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. W. K. Weinberg. Moline; Mrs. Mary Hoffman. Enterprise, Kan.; . Mrs. Hester Butcher, Colorado Springs, Colo.: three brothers. Mylo B, edgington; Fred M.. Reynolds, and Caleb R., San Francisco, Calif.; his father, Henry B., Edgington; and a cousin, Mrs. Nellie Zelgler, Rock Island. i :k . LODGES JOIN III YULE PROGRAM Teal, Boek Island and Eudora Be bekah Party to be Addressed t ' by I', J. Searle. rrlte fMBMct Kale ''a. Lanoa's tans at vetevaUers will Fay a tana sasjttswi by W. H. warn tm teaar that wtas Ft-. a?JSSm.J11 rt9Knt the lo cal "Y la Moline, New Tear's day Tka Amaneaa arias win mt uie josepa'a school fa a gai or indoor baseball tomorrow aft. Captain C H. Cassia Invites ti . EUgfUea la TfMttf Anna to .MeUa ntesttnc , runs xor tae organisation of a local chapter of the Reserve Off! eers association will be discussed at a smoker In the Moline Chamber of Commerce rooms tomorrow eve- " Rock Island lodge, No. 18, Ucal lodge. No. 608, and Budora Rebec- J a lodge. No. 73, Odd Fellows, will Hold their Christmas entertain- j nent at a joint meet'ng in the Odd Fellows hail . Wednesday evening Dec. 27. The program will begin ' it 8 o'clock. " r - J. Clinton Searle will be the prin cipal speaker of the evening. A1 program of singing,' instrumental i numbers and dancing following the entertainment has been arranged. After Mr. Searle's talk the mem bers and their families will gather iround the Christmas tree. Santa Claus will have a rift for each of the children present. J I 52 MOLINE BASS , , , GIVEN LICENSES (Special Molina Berlea.l Licenses have been granted to 62 oft drink parlors ' in Moline,' and Chief of Police Ben DeJaeger be lieves that this number Includes all of the bars doing business in the city. Ten licenses were Issued Sat urday by City Chief J. P. Efflandt Lighting fixtures, stand and floor lamps, 20 per cent off. H. E. Gel hart & Co., opposite pbstoffice. (Advertisement), . Some Kongo natives believe that appearance of a baby's first tooth to the upper Jaw is a sign of bad luck and that the baby should be tilled. There are 40,000 lakes In New-bundlead. The Hotel Moline,' III, will take place Friday, December 22, 1922 Dinner will be served at 7- p. m. in the South Wine of the-Winter . Garden and at 10 p. m. in, the West Wirig of the Ballroom, in order to take care of guests who are unable to attend at 7 o'clock. - ? For further information . : ' - Telephone Moline 3900 ' Dancing Continuous from 7 p.m. i . I until closing. XJ In making reservations kindly state 7 o'clock v'j' v - or 10 o'clock dinner. Address reservations accompanied with check at $5 per per . son, to the. manager and admission ,;. card will be mailed in return. The New Year's -Eve . reservations accepted at $5 per person and tickets will be mailed ' upon receipt of check. Louis Low, Manager. . Ing-Distance Mile Posts The world's telephone progress has been marked by period ical advances in the Bell Telephone System's Long Distance transmission. " 'v Forty years ago the first Long Distance telephone line between Boston and Providence, 45 miles long, was built. .TwoyearslatertheNewYork-BoslX)nUne,23Smileslang,was in completed. In 1892 the NewYork-Chicago line was opened apd in 1911 the New York-Den ver line, 2,100 miles, was -finished. In 1915' another L30Q miles was added and San . . Francisco was brought into telephone communication with " . the East. In 1920 the KejfcWesfc-Havana cable extended the long distance facilities of the Bell System to the Island '. . 'of Cuba. v These extensions of range have been accompanied by : improved transmission;' fand greater operating efficiency; No other nation has thejfong range of telephone speech and the quality of service that we in Amencs! enjoy. -, Get acquainted widi the money and time savins . features of our "station-to-stttion" service. It is explained in the current issue of the Alphabetical Telephone Directory. v ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Store Open Evenings Begtnnm TooorrowStore Hours: 9 a. m. to 9 p. in m stusi BT0BS s)n mrn atknitc, avQLnai - TFmiriit fie ! FAMOUS FOR COATS AND rrtaTSenw , ; 4 ' Large Assortment of Wool Shawls Breakfast shoulder shawls in black and white checks and solid colors, " h 5ff ? fringed, $1.25 and , , eDleOO Large square single and double shawls, gray, brown and black mixtures, Qr fringed, $3.00 to ........ .... .s7lleV0 White wool knitted shawls, medi- 0i QC um size, fringed . . . . . . . . . . . . PlaOO Black wool shawls, knitted shoul- der shawls, 75c to.. Ql.LQ Women's and Misses' Corduroy and Blanket Robes , Corduroy Robe$ $2S5 to $12 JO They come in plain and brocaded corduroy, self trim, colors pink, rose, cerise purple, copen, orange and American beauty. Blanket Robes, $SM to $17 JO Floral and conventional patterns, braid, sa tin and self trim. . ' Silk Kimo'nas, Elaborate Effects, $7.95 to $390 Of satin figured, figured Tub silks and solid colors. All-over and bordered designs. Al so Japanese hand embroidered. Full range of colors. ' Black satin pullman robes, (ME Aft $10, $12.50, ............. .... aDlOaUU Japanese padded silk robes, C1C A A $10-00 to D10.UU Japanese crepe kimonas, solid col- FA ors, hand embroidered, $2.95 to. . ej)f OU Specially featuring a splendid crepe kimonas, wanted colors, special ..... group of . $1.39 New Silk Blouses for Gifts $16.50 .$17.50 Beacon Blankets, Bath Robes and Indian Blankets Good boasekeepers know what Beacon blankets are, the colors, the designs, the combination of colors, the quality, in fact everything abont. them is different snd better. m ' Beacon Indian blankets come in ibeaotifnl. colorings, silk bound edges, two sizes, pric- ,..,...$6.50 Beacon bath robe blankets in excellent range . ef rich colorings, 72x90 inch, com plete with frogs and cords, ..: $6.00 50c Sale of Boxed , Jewelry 3SO Boxes Solid gold front and sterling silver beanty pins, bar pins, calf links, baby pins and pencils, with ribbon attach ed. Come in gloss finish, bine boxes, satin lined. Gifts of Brassieres and Bandeaus . The Celebrated Boytkform Brassiere, mode of Skinner satin 85c, $1M, $2jOO, y $2JS0 .-I;-.'-- The Boyshfena Brassiere is perfect fitting, ia style, con struction, fit and comfort it is recognised as a garment of ansnrpaaaed excellence. It imparts the Boy-like fiat appearance te either the slim or stoat figures. Brassieres and ' Bandeaus priced flM to $3 JO Of satin, eembinatioas ef lace and satis striped batiste is Sesh color and white, sixes from 32 to 52. j - .,.'.. . ' Floor smoking stands mahogany, oak and walnut JbttsA, with glass tray, priced ; S2JS, $3 JO. 33JS5, ' UJBS Jscqaette blouses, very elaborate silk stitched effects on matlisse : fabrics, in the new -shades, $5.95 to Crepe de chine and Canton crepe over-blouses, embroidered snd bead ed effects, beautiful assortment, priced $5.95 9 EXTRA SPECIAL 95 Women's Georgette Blouses at $2J95 Blouses that sell up te $8.50, light and dark shades, tuck in and ever blense styles. Regular and stoat Bissells Carpet Sweepers, Oak or Mahogany Finish Exposed metal parts are nickel finish, bearings srt essy running and smooth Cyce Ball Bearing), heavy rubber bumpers on corner to prevent marring furniture. S different styles to choose from $5.85 a an $5.50 , $5.75 ....$5.75 ....$.25 . 4 r. Cnlversal Grand Rapidi sweeper . Pi latest sweeper ....... OeM Medal sweeper .... American Queen sweeper ....... - Women's Silk Undergarments Italian Silk Knit; Tub Satin and Crepe de Chene Silk underwear of standard makes, which insures satisfactory wear. Beautiful dainty pieces oflF ering a very wide choice of styles and prices. ... t i.-. Kayser's Italian Silk Underwear, Flesh Color and White , Vests at $3.00 to $6.00. Knickers at $5.00 to $80. Envelope Chemise at $5.00 to $10.00. (Itaasa SDk Underwear Sectiea Mala Fleer) w , Tub Satin and Crepe de Chene Garments, Flesh White, Honeydew and Orchid Envelope Chemise, $2.95 to $10.00. Gowns, priced $5.95 to $15.00. Bloomers and Step-ins, $3.95 to $75. Petticoats, priced $3.95 to $7.95. Silk Pajamas at $3.95 to $15.00. (Tub Satin and Crepe ds Chine Underwear Sectlsa, . Second FUor) A New Shipment of Reed Ferneries, Chairs, Rockers, Tables and Smoking Stands Tapestry Upholstered Display, 3d Floor 1 On Sale To- Rao; Rugs in a Wide Range of Styles and Sizes yli5t0$4i5 Woven, printed and hit and miss .patterns, fringed ends ia every wsated color in sizes 24x48 inch to 3CxC3 inch. Chenille Bath Rugs . . J2J?5 to 15 JS 24x36 to 27x54 fach sizes, piak only, heavy quality, hemmed enda. " i 1!';'A ' morrow. Sales man's Samples of Rugs Market at less than half $6.50 d $8.00 27 inches wide, 6 ft. long They contain Koyal Kathan, Kav aloa and Trewan Wiiion Kusa. Splendid range of pattern, made of fine wool yarns. - Tbese are e tra ordinary values that will be hard to duplicate. Arteco Bed Spreads, Lunch Cloths, Card Table Covers and Dresser Sets Beautiful floral and fruit designs, coloring guaranteed fast . color. Fabrics are of linen and lineen. This is an entirely new idea in pieces of this nature and is meet ing with hearty approval throughout the country. Bed spread with bolster to Tt.. $12.00 Dresser scarfs of d2 ffl linen St HU.t)U Dresner scarfs wt of lineen at ... e7ldv Card table 0f rt covers at )mivU Luncheon cloth and 4 nap kins of linen $9.50 Luncheon cloth with 6 nap kins of lineen &. CA at $0.50 Wo OFF All Dolls Dressed dolls, kid doll, character ' dolls. celluloid dolls. bii: dolls. "Walking Mamma"' dolls, etc, choice of the entire stork st one third off. ' A $50J)0 Beautiful ' De Luxe Automobile will be given away . Free Saturday, December 23. Fcr details inquire at Toy Department fl