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THURSDAY THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS SEPTEMBER 25, 1919. BENGSTON TO OPEN MOLINE DRUG STORE lltvci Island Man Has Under Con- tpmiilatlnn th FatAhlUhment of Trade In Tri-CItics. John Bengston, veteran Rock Is land druggist, will open a drug Etore in Moline at 609 Fifteenth street. He will occupy the site of the Lincoln cafe in conjunction with the Martin cigar company. Mr. Bensston in following out a policy of establishing a chain of stores in the tri-cities. The leases of the building are planning extensive improvements, it Is understood. The cafe will soon be moved and the new leae will run for a period of 10 years. The Moline store will be the third of a chain which Mr. Beng- sion hss announced he will estab- been in attendance at a tuber lish. He has taken a lease on a culosis convention at Des Moines. Davenport location and will soon j Iowa, and with Mrs. Adkins is en- upsii a tsitiie in tuv. ins iiwh : Island store has been opened three years. COUNCrLGIRLS MEFT FOR LUNCH AND CONFERENCE ca bere she will enter the Uni- ' versity of Chicago. i Mrs. Carl I. Nyquist of 1304 Members nf the uad cities' busi- Forty-third street, left today for ness women's invitation comm'ttee Spring Valley where she will visit held a conference yesterday after- : Mrs. Will C. Robb. noon at the Y. W. C. A. lounge I John C. Robb. son of Mr. and room to complete plans for the Mrs. B. E. Robb of 1310 Forty-third council girls supper to be held to- 1 street, left yesterday for Kalama night at Broadwav Presnyt-wian Z0Oi Mich., -where he will enter church. The committee has been j college, able to procure a limited number of : , !k'..h ri'L001!1'6 Ill8 'III DEERE MANAGER seats at the tabernacle every night I in the week except Sunday. These i tickets will be given out to the : council giris tonight at the supper! and may be procured from them by other business girls of the city. The number however is limited and first I come first served is the rule that j will be followed cu- . , . , . yesterday had many jperiences to relate The women interesting ex , .'"" s., u'""!uu"u". iicaeia me uUb... i"" , M Dinneen is one of the young of the city At numerous places . pr of h D He came to where the ladies had been more or ' ,. , 1)0 h 2 f less iimia in approacning lue neaua pproaching jf the establishments, they were jnet most cordially and accorded all assistance possible. This has been the rule in practically every busi ness house and Is further testimony to the cooperation of the people of i the city in the Sunday campaign. I Lunch will be served at Broad-1 way church toniglit for the council t girls at the nominal charge of len j cents. They will confer on the work as it is progressing and will later attend the Sunday meeting in a body. Preparations are being made to accommodate approximately 250 quad city council girls. riRLICATION NOTICR. fctat of IllinoiH. RiH'k Ihtnd County. s. tn ttw iPoaU- court of t-:iid county. To the INovcmhrr trrm. A. P.. 1H. K. 1. Eatman, r-onserrator ami admini trntor of lUe eatate oX Albert F. Vinton, defeated. Sallie Tee Vinton. Roy A . Vinton, tin known heir and drviaees of AUw-rt T. Vinton, dot-eased, and unknown oners, "KJvim Pennell. People's Savings Hants Trust Co., and Thure Carlson. Petition to sell real estate, to pay debts. 3ubiiation notice. An affidavit harfntr been filed by the let:tionpr in the above entitled oaune in the office of the clerk of akl county F-howine that Elvira Pennell. one of the tiIendant! in the above entitled caue i l ot a resident of thin ?tat. but mat he -,o resit It Tn the City of Canandi;teua. in the County ol Ontario, and the elate vt N -w York. Noli'1' is therefore hereby siven to the tsid Elvira Prnnell that the said K. L. 3. set man ha filed his petition in said rourt. pray in? for an order to ell the following- deix-rihrd n-al -state situated in the City of Moline. -nunty of Rnck I; lan.i. and state of IlUtiois, to-wit: Lot mini ster eleven ill t and the north twenty y t let of lot numbrr ten ilOi. all in block i. m ine ino'ine aifr rower 'ompanj s i ddition to the City of Moline. County of ' Kock IMand. and iafe oi iumoi. an said tots are known stwl rVisienatcd upon the recorded piat of snid ncHition. to nay the jiebtH and claim? aerninst the estate of ih? aid Albert F. Vinton. and that a summons in said cue ha been issued aut of Haul court asaint you, ret unt itle at the November term. A. D.. IfU'j. of Mid court, to te holden on the Ord day t November, A. D 1 0l!. at the court houe in the City of Rock Island. County kf Bock Inland, and State of llhnoi. Now miles you. the paid Elvira Pen it. chall personally be and appear be Eore said probate court of Ro-k Inland founty on the 1st day of a term thereof n le ho Men at the court house in the 'ity of Rock Is'and. in snid county of ' Rook Island, on the 3rd day of Norem- iter. A. I).. and p!ed. answer, or lemur to the s.-ikT petition filed therein j .he name and the matter and thmtrs : tuerein charged and etied will lie tafcen L- confessed by you and aji order entered aj accordance with tUe prayer of said . ctition. u iBiinrl ll'innta RtntemVier 1 I t. v.. ioiy. .V E. MCN'SOX. f";erk t.f the Probate Court. n. MOORE. Solicitor for Petitioner. IT FANS THE Pi AMBITION. A growing savings account fans the flame of ambition and gives courage to dare put into execution those ideas which may lead to fame and fortune. We will be mighty glad to number you among our depositors.. - This bank pays 4 Rock Island Savings Bank r. S. CABLE. rre. DAILY PROGRAM OF MEETINGS IN CAMPAIGN ! Place Tabernacle. Twenty-fourth street and Fifth avenue. Topic tonight ".Nathan and Da vid." Topic Friday afternoon "ThJ Greatest Thing Thursday, 6 p ru. Council girls' meeting and supper at Broadway Presbyterian church. Friday noon Business women's lunch at First Baptist church, Mo line. Every afternoon at 3:45 Miss Saxo's bible class at tabernacle. O Personal Points Dr. RuBsell-4S. Adkins and Mrs. Adkins visited in the city today aa the guests of the former's sister. Miss Mary Adkins, V. W. C. A. sec retary. Dr. Adkins is medical di recto. for the Illinois Tuberculosi3 association and is a specialist n the treatment of tuberculoss. He has rome lo i-neir uooje in Rpriugucm, Joseph Cain and Walter Beck have gone to L'rbana where they will enter the University of Illi nois. Miaa TharlnUff Mnrrnr 1 0.40 ' Nineteenth street, has gone to Chi- ACCEPTS PLACE WITH PLOW CO. (Special Moline Service.) Harold B. Dinneen has been ap pointed assistant to R. W. Lee, vice president and production man !ager of the Moline Plow company. ( He , esen m cr of the j John Deer plQW work H(j wm (assume his new duties on Jan. 1. - r,f,i ii. age, and started in as a clerk in the purchasing department. BODY OF CROWE IS SHIPPED TO FATHER'S HOME . . , ,, , tT Jhe J?yf f 8 C 6 . !" shipped today from Davenport to me iiuuie ui lue laLiier in ui&on, Tenn. A sister of the murderer of Mrs. Marie Robeson Alverson of Moline, and suicide, accompanied the remains. Funeral services for Mrs. Alver son were held this afternoon at the home of the uncle Dr. J. W. Glues ing, in Moline. Interment was in the masoleum at Riverside cemetery. II ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO. t m ROCK LAND. I tl PLUMBING and HEATING ow is the time to have )cur plnmbiBcr sad licatinir infttalle4 or re. paired. ( ontRU-ts aud johhinsr Iven prompt atUntion. JOS. ROSENFIELD 2211 Fourth Avenue. Phone R. I- 849 Complete Banking Facilities in Commercial. Sovinqs end Trust Departments. oale Deposit Vaults. JS? Stand aAw. FLAME OF on deposits. ft. G. JOrTST0X, FORMER LOCAL WOMAN BURIED Remains of Mrs. E. E. Russell, Aunt of oted Man. Inferred at I'bippiannock. Mrs. Elizabeth Ellen Russe!!, a former resident of Rock Island, late of Galesburg:. 111., passed away at the home of her daughter. Mrs. W. H. Atwood of Berwyn. at the age of SS years. Tbe funeral party came to Rock Island from Gales burg early this morning and the body of Mrs. Russell waa laid to rest besido that of her husband in C'hippiannock cemetery. Elizabeth Ellen Wentzell was born at Harper's Ferry. Virginia. Aug. 21, 1S3.'. On Nov. 4, 1857, she was united in marriage to Thomas W. Russell, also of Harper's Ferry, In which place they lived until aft er the beginning of the Civil vwar and the destruction of the arsenal there. Being loyal to the north, Mr. Russell was transferred to the arsenal at Springfield. Mass.. and lived there until 1869 when the family came to Rock Island which was their home until 1891. -Thf-' lived at Nineteenth street ar 9 Third avenue and Mr. Russell was employed as a master mechanic at the arsenal, where he designed the first shop, after which later con s ructions have len patterned. Mr. Russell died in LS91, since which time Mrs. Russell had made her home with a ffaughter, Mrs. E. T. Byram of Gileshurg. Mrs. Russell had been visiting her daughter. Mrs. William H. At wood of Berwyn for about two weeks when on Friday night lat she passed away in her sleep, in her S'.tli year. The deceased had lived a very loving, active and can able life to the day of her death and her influence extended far out side her family circle. As a zil ous worker in the W. C. T. U. he last days were made glad by na tional prohibition. She was a mem ber of the Christian Science church. The funeral service at Galesburg yesterday was conducted by the Rev. Dr. Howard H. Russell of Westerville. Ohio, nephew and foster-son and the founder of the Anti Saloon league, who paid beautiful tribute to her radiant and useful life. There survive her three children: Mrs. William H. Atwood of Berwyn. Mrs. E. T. Byram of Galesburg and J. B. Russell of Chicago: two fos ter sons. Howard H. Russell of Westerville, Ohio, and Calvin P. Watch for Rub -No-More Coupon. For p!('f f alisfacllon ne nnh-"o-More ar(ha Soap. Wftuh In Povrder.Soap Flakes and Spot less Cloansr. Ask for Rub-Jio- More at all Grocers. .! We have just received a ship ment of a fpw high grade WILTON VELVET anj other, rugs. This Bhlpment was due here six months ago but was lost in transit. We are on the second floor and havp no overhead expense. WE NEED THE MONEY TO BUY OTHER MER CHANDISE. Walk up the stairs and Save 50 to 75 per cent. Call at your earliest convenience and have your choice of patterns. Open Saturday evening. M. L. VERB COMPANY Room 18. McKinnie Bldg.. Fifteenth Street. Fourth Ave. Moline. lit. Alices Two more sensational sa e groups added to the mighty array of bargains in the T HE crowds that responded to our first announcement, and their eager ness to give old High Cost of Living a jolt, has spurred us in our effort to secure more bargains worthy of a place beside those already an nounced. We succeeded ! This time it's a big special purchase of women's hos iery and dress skirts. The famous Hole-proof hosiery 1 Russell of Lincoln Neb.: two granddaughters, Mrs. W. D. Rankin of Tarkio, Mo., and Mrs. Herbert S. Forrer of Berwyn; one great granddaughter. Elizabeth Radt!l Forrer of Berwyn. HAS GOOD REASON TO RAISE HOLLER ABOUT THE ERROR The man standing next to Henry Kramer in the group picture of the Rotarians repairing the Milan road, shown in The Argu3 of yesterday, was a handsome looker. Hence today S. P. Burgess has a kick to register. Through an unin tentional error the person was list ed as J. E. Perry instead of Mr. Burgess. Through' an oversight, the Rock Island Plow company was not mentioned for the services it ren dered in making the road ready for tbe work of the Rota.ra.ins. The plow company gave the work of three days with a Heider tractor and is deserving of many thanks for the preparations rendered. Suf fice to say, the Heider got a good workout, and as everybody expect ed, showed up well in road build ing work. SUNDAY WILL GO TO PEARL CITY TO GIVE SERMON Rev. William Sunday will speak at Muscatine Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, and the city to the south is making preparations for a big day. Mr. Sunday was in Mus catine 12 years ago for a series of evangelistic meetings and at that lime made all Muscatine his friends. Yesterday a delegation of Mus-ca-ine people came tb the city and personally interviewed Mr. Sunday and got his promise to visit their town ind give at least one talk. It is expected that the people from the surrounding country will tlock to tlio town to hear the evangelist. The churches of the Pearl city have united in the movement to get Mr. Sunday there and a large com olnation choir has been Organized and will sing at the service. It is going to be a big day for Muscatine. Is Money Worth Saving? If It Isn't Don't Look to See How Much We Can Save You MR. AUTO-OWNER! Why pay prevailing high prices for new radiators when one of our specialties is making old radiators as good as new by installing new high grade cores? Our Price Lis,t for Core and Installing lfVWt-'lfl. . . 17 T IS .VI 24 .50 2S.7S 24.50 2S.2.i ::.in oo 27.no " -17-11... DODGE 15-16 1 . . '17-lS. . . '15-16. . . '17 CHEVROLET 4f0. I " 4W) . I - ' 4(10. 18 I ". "Baby Grand i BriCK All models not listed I " 37. 38. a. 40. 30 B. MC. I 37B. 37C. 6uB. D5i. E4o. E4! art no 0. KT.AJfD Ar-roMing to model $24 to B4 j OVFRT.AND All mode! Sl.7. 01. nSMOBlT.K A'l models 30 OO , 3TUDEBAKER 2.V3". C!).0O , 4 cylinder 30 0 cylinder njrrni MAXWIxr, cadtx.lac. Packard. P.ir Six 4R no OthT mopls H -y!ind-r Other models 1-J y!iiid-r Other mote! other niodt-is. . :7 OO 42 OO 33 no Mill 4.1. no 3? .V TFME 22. PORT All niode'.s no HCPSOX "S 33. 37 09 OO Other models 30 no PUOE. V shape 30 00 Other modem 27 .SO SAXON. 4 Ol.. 24: ryl .Ifl.O'l CHAI.MFRS. a.Krr;inr lo model 2! to 4S VTK 1KSTAU, AH, OTHF.R CORS, IN CM"DIN(i AKROPbANE AND 1 HACTOR AT A 4 SAVING. Lace and silk hose 15 dozen lace and plain silk hose in biack and white. Regular price $1.98. Basement Bale price Silk bcot hose one lot of "Holeproof filk boot hosft In black and white and colors. $1.48 vaiO'-s. For the laie Lisle hose 1 Women's lisle bose in black, white and Cordovan. Regular price 69c. Ail sires at Basement price In the Basement Salesroom at i ROTARIANS HAVE j SUNDAY AS GUEST j AT NOONDAY FEED ! Moline Rotarians heard Billy i Sunday at noon- today in eonnet j tion with their weekly dinner at j Lite .tiauuiucLurers uuiei- :ir. ! Sunday is an honorary member of j tbe Rotary club of Des Moines and I seldom does he turn down an in vitation to appear before the ' Ro tarians in his travels over the country. Character was principal topic of his noon talk and he told the Ro tarians that "character will show itseir sometime in the action of every man." The" man lacking character, good character, the kind of Character that is typified in Ro tary, are "molly-coddles, excess baggage, just go to make up the crowd so that there will be anoth er one for the census-taker to count when he comes around." He urged the member to development (of the best type of characters. "If ! you turn out a bum plow down ! here at your factories, it'll come back to you. and you know it," he emphasized his plea. "Live for others!, make others happy." Billy held ont as a goal for the people of this old world. He said too many people living for ! themselves alone gained their de j sire only to lose their souls. "What good do you suppose it would have done that old kaiser if we had been 'pawns in his world today? Instead (sympathy, mercy and justice tried lout against him, until not one drop j of blood shed by a German sword ! outweighed a whole nation's greed j for goid." I "The Lord keepa tab on every : fellow in His old world and He checks us up when we're through, j you can bet," Billy admonished j his auditors. Illustrating the won ! derful tribute paid to Mrs. Booth. I whose evangelistic work he eulo gized, Billy concluded. "I'd rather that somebody pay me a tribute like that when I've cashed in and gone over than have a monument of gold that pierces the skies." Wilson P. Hunt, president of the club, introduced Mr. Sunday and at the conclusion of the talk pre sented him with a bouquet of American beauties, compliments from the club. Billy clutched them, started toward the door, IsISgiEsillillfi IiSsiSfIf3lil3 Eiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil Phone R. I. 739 All Work Called For and Delivered DETROIT REPAIR SHOP Rock Island Opposite Court house "The Trl-CItiea' Bst Bet." $1.19 85c 39c ft EXTRA SPECIAL rs new ityle serge CJO OO skirts in navy and 50iO Basement sale price . ' hesitated. " 'Ma' Sunday wanted j me to tell you how sorry she was I that she couldn't come but she had j to go home to the boys. You know j we've got four boys and a daugh i ter and 'Ma' just sort of divides I her time between me aud them." j Billy was walking toward the door. bid the Rotes bood-bye and step ped into the hall. His flowers didn't last five minutes. Every waitress and girl on the second floor of the Manufacturer's mode a scramble --A; fcit A li KfXZl 11 g in tn: iVirn mm 2 jf' HI It V3 S vt 5h attractive, dependable men's 1 S3 O themselves of the opportunity to select their Fall O Winter supplies while the stocks are complete. a When telephoning ' JACKSONS' I EXPRESS S012 FIf:: Atenae. j CaH R. I. 963 Instead of R. I. 2280 as my ' phone service hB been I resumed. i Moving rates with out? ton i Republic truck, two men $2.."0 per hour, also two Fords at your service for light hauling. thcapest sprvice In Uoci . Island. " j SMOKE IIOMF. MADE 1 MU M A I E LI AMV J1ADF. HKTLV MADE CIGARS 5c GEIGER'S LEADERS 7c 10c CORINUS 10c For sale wherever Cigars are 60ld, or should jc. Made By WHEELAN CIGAR CO. 9th St. A 41 h Ata. Phone II. I. 108C FOR THIS TERRITORY As we build a dependable truck, naturally we wont a dependable dealer. Write now for the agency for the right truck. DEPE ND A 0 L E 'The " Better Truck." Dependable Truck and Tractor Co. Sales Department. :i31S-25 Bank of UuleHburg Building GALESECRG, ILL. and "Billy" surrendered to them, hum it up the stairs when you g-f Homer Rodfcheaver and Roburtjiii in the moruing. You're wife II Mathews, members of the Sunday : think you've been djwn to the tab- part, accompanied Mr. Sunday to - I'liiyau n:u .i . o uuu d. iir ting. Mr. Roddheaver told; is "backsliding Methodist" I u;e meeti about his trombone, played "The Rosary" on it and then drilled the club) members in "Brighten the Corner; While the average temp-ran. n Where You Are." lie recommend- in extern Siberia is cxir iin l ed it to husbands returning h.une 1 low. It Is withstood by h'MU. -i late of nights. "It'll avoid a lot of ! beings comparatively easily lc explanatkm." he said, "if you just i cause of the lack of wind. noaoanac.ii.E30 o Desired by All Men Quality Haberdashery DESPITE present merchan dising conditions I con sider myself fortunate in i.i aUlL IU yJL CCVll C DULJ. CI CjltllUiU 1 1 W vv ill X4 It seems improbable that there is 4 would not appreciate something stock, for here is everything that most discriminating man. Considering the moderate prices high quality all men should Men's Tailoring and Furnishings IN THE 1800 BLOCK, ROCK ISLAND tC point nith pri.lr to Ihf mnr thun 3li0,000 mlli' Hi l,on tlt.it onntsin KIMBALt. WAXOti the rrriM lift of jiiin-ha.-M r- of lrti t'y htrb platwti. of :i 'ir!- makf to t fonnil In thf mnrld. A home t JulU-lhI by tli inatiu it c-oiiU:iii? tu.; Kim ball caa. uover be mi j uilf-J . SPECIAL VAlAEd Lyon & Healy upright Piano t j0 $373 Kinper piano 175 1400 KiiiKFhUry piano 2(15 $CD0 Hoffman player piano 815 CONVENIENT PAYMENT If your piano anion? thoe that'havp not for y jyour Inntrum.-nt It houM t- tunntl rrruUr! two li'm 'piano wan laxt tuned ami fe if you ar vln your niui TKLEPHONE &21 UAV. TODAY VOL'R HOME TOMORROW. 121 East Second St., Davenport. AND On sale the balance of this week at 50 DISCOUNT Come in and get your share of record bargains. A. P. cSrfife 121 F.at Second St., Davenport BRIDGE CARPENTERS and liELPEBS Weried - 706 I'utnam Building Davenport, Iowa ernacle and been delayed. rnidv auu i'' " ... ...... ... The club donated $30 ton -ml rv- , lief of victims of the Corpus Chi tf ' ti storm. wear. any man who irom this large will satisfy the and avail and l D I o I n e wa t3. ODD' KIMBALL PIANO IN VSKU PIANOS $400 Cote piano . .Wol) . Hi-. . Vt . 375 $:ifiO (lilniore pi:ino $00 Howard iJano . JtiOO I.-ssinK player may l.i; iiiiA.;i,;u r'. ! r tlic a yi;ir. l.oolt 1... a i)!lM-t- Ut nl. AND Ul'U TLXER WILL liL .Moline blore. 1511 iMXth Ave. V A X T !; D i" i : x i t 1: r 1: O R K E R S I'"or Fifty Furniture Fac tories in tirand Rapids. Midiigan. 01"T MCKrHS. TP.I"MFRB. ro HOI.ftTrnrBS VINlfHINtt UriOM J'Fl.l' WOOD KdRmS't MACHINi? dl'UlH' ons. a.f, vrni r i.xpi:ii:i:NrLi) n :t MTL'R: WORK! RS. -rk iih titnf Mfl a b ri ' f for n-'r';ni-S.itKr.iay ullrn-non ol the yrtir rounl ! l"i?ht irurr- rni"! fom at nni, r" ifrnl to worlt or -ri1 n unH v "ll o'l hTn1-ooi r.o ! Vt tltt il''-r '." '.rT" ii-t "OBclltlon nl IV. fVT a 11 .' lo li -r Arlirr. ft RMTI Rn EMl'lnVMPNT ?-Rr!l"P. t.jon St.. V. W.. ''' Oran-1 Ilapl.ls. Mlrh O'd RclhtHe TollTfr tuir sto:;: formerly i;K) Third fiTen-i. reiiimd nl . Tnenfleih -Ti-i-ti(-. Mrs. r. 1". finlrlrn. Proprie'cr. hMimiKs Mir. n;o-; (0MBIM! rrT nun (.oo:ts for s.VLr Hork mPed for and dt-litered. Mail ordrrs premptl) Httended to. Phone It. I. '2m.