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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
14 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 24, 1919. MAYOR SELECTS ROUTE TO TAKE PERSHING OVER HAMLET Those who are home from school work to spend the holiday vacation are Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dunn of Newton, Iowa; the Misses Fanny and Florence Lee, from the State university; Hiss Sara Crabs of Aledo; Miss Bessie Cooper, from Macomb State Normal; Paul and George Stockberger, John Cook, Charles De Bord and' sister, Miss Grace, and Merwyn Cain, from the Aledo high school, and George De Bord, from Ames, Iowa. . Prentice Halstead and family spent Sunday at the home of Wayne Elliott, near Edgington. Mr. and Mrs. John Reaber de parted Monday to visit Mrs. Rea der's brother, Isaac Boultlnghouse of Butler, Mo. Miss Barbara Hartman pleasant ly entertained the T. S. E. club Thursday afternoon. At this meet ing it was decided to meet on Wed nesday afternoon in place of Thurs day afternoon, the next meeting to be at the home of Miss Katherine Gray, Jan. 7. - Miss Frances Fuhr visited a few days last week at the George Close home. Mr. and Mrs. Fetters of Hills boro, Iowa, visited at the home of Mrs. Fetters' uncle, Henry Swart- out, Sunday, and also attended church at Hamlet. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harter.Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barnes, Meigs Ken dall and Henry Swartout were Rock Island visitors Monday, N 1 5s r I- f. I if i ft- '1 icls on Bequest of Committee to Same Line of March Will At tend Luncheon. Mayor Harry M. Schriver, Com missioners Martin T. Rudgren, John A. Murrin, William H. Fiti! simmons and Frank WIch and Po lice Chief Tom Cox and City At torney J. K. Scott were tendered an invitation yesterday afternoon to be present at the Rotary club re ception to be given General John J. Pershing, Jan. 6. W. A. Rosenfleld, member of the committee on arrangements, ten dered the Invitation and asked Mayor Schriver to lay out a line of march fur the distinguished army official to travel over from the Aa gustana, college to the Masonx temple, corner of Eighteenth street and Fifth avenue, where the Rock Island Rotary club is to give a luncheon In his honor at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Mr. RoBenfleld said that approxi mately 500 persons will be present at the luncheon, and that it is de sired to have the city well repre sented as to Its municipal officials. Mayor Names Route. Mayor Schriver has selected the route of march as follows: Gen eral Pershing and his party will leave Augustana college after the public reception over Seventh ave nue, continue west to Eighteenth street and turn south to Masonic temple. On leaving, tha route will be over Eighteenth street north to Second avenue, east to Twentieth street, south on Twentieth street to Third avenue and east on Third avenue to Twenty-fourth street and then over the bridge to the Rock Island arsenal. Colonel Harry B. Jordan, ar senal commandant, has approved the arrangements. I Today's Anniversaries L 1845 Klne Georen T nf firppm brother of Queen Alexandra' of England, born in Copen hagen. Assassinated at Sa lonica, March 18, 1913. 1853 Steamship San Francisco, bound from New York to .California with.U. S. troops, foundered at sea, with loss of several hundred lives. 1S69 Edwin M. Stanton, President Lincoln's secretary of war, died in' Washington, D. C. Born at Steubenville, Ohio, Dec. 19, 1814. 1914 German aeroplane sheds in Brussels bombed by British airmen. -Henry Ford left his "peace party at Chnstiania ana sailad for home. 1916 Tultcha, on the Danube op posite Bessarabia, occupied by Bulgarians. 1917 Allied war of reprisal against enemy supply depots begun with the dropping of a ton of bombs on Mannheim, with serious damage to bridge and grand ducal palace. 1913 MATHERVILLE Mrs. Jack McEvoy and baby of Ottawa, Iowa, are visiting at the George Bedford home. Frank Hays of Moline visited here Thursday. John Buchel has returned here from Streator, where he went dur ing the strike. . Clyde Lawson and Dave Hagman made a business trip to Davenport Tuesday. Dan Buban was reelected check weighman for the Coal Valley mine at the regular meeting Friday ev ening. Miss Millie Pritchard is teaching the primary room this week.' Mrs. Gregory, the teacher, has gone to New Mexico on a visit. The miners have all gone back to work and the usual amount of coal is now being hoisted. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lawson spent Sunday in Sherrard. Mrs. Charles Coltman and daugh ter Verl were Aledo shoppers Wed nesday. Mrs. Henry Moffltt spent Tuesday In Rock Island. Jack Ralsbeck expects to start work at Coal Valley this week. The dance given Thursday even ing was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Connor spent Tuesday In the tri-cities. Mrs. John Russell spent Tues day In Rock Island. Charles Barton spent Saturday In Aledo. Robert Perry had his foot Injur ed Saturday while putting up Ice by having a pick run into it There will be a sociable at the Methordist church New Year's eve. All are invited. Olof Pearson spent Saturday and Sunday in Rock Island. Mat Loctus is a patient at St. Anthony's hospital. Rock Island. Martin Carlstrom has gone to Coal Valley to work. "Mickey," a photoplay, was shown to a large crowd here Saturday and Sunday. BACKACHE f Limber Fp With Penetrating " I Hamlin's Wiiard Oil. A harmleB and effective prepara tion to relieve the pains ot rheuma tism. Sciatica, Lame Back and Lumbago is Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It penetrates quickly, drives out soreness, and limbers up stiff and aching joints and muscles. -You Lave no idea how useful it Will be found in cases of every day ailment or mishap, when there is nnnri nf n ImmorifafA rmhiiv ..H. ""Wiptic application, as in cases of last year, rams, braises, cuts, burns, bites lrl stings. TRilet it from druggists for 30 Marinettt,i. If not satisfied .return the Erdman, or end get your money back 32, died at r constipated or have sick three diffemiieadache? Just try Wizard were made to Whips, pleasant little gin ON account of the papers not publishing tomorrow it is necessary for us to an nounce this sale the day be fore Christmas. The sale be gins Friday morning. ,o'..nriD DA1&A(PART.IAWA. The Store; or Eyeio&r' fYN account of the great number of people who al ways attend this sale we ad vise that you shop in the fore noons if possible. Beginning Friday Our Annual Clearance Sale of Women 's Apparel Including Coats, Suits, Dresses and Blouses at Greatly Reduced Prices Fore sighted women will avail themselves of this opportunity to save by in vesting m these seasonable and thoroughly desirable garments at much reduced prices. We suggest that you inspect carefully the values offered. Each garment is characterized by the same strong points; excellence of fa bric, carefulness in fashioning, distinctiveness of style. Women that anticipate the need, immediate or future, of any garment in cluded in this sale will do well to make their selection at the very beginning. At the reduced prices prevailing this apparel is certain to be chosen with out delay. Women's Winter Coats Reduced Women who have delayed the purchase of their winter coats until now will find this sale of interest. No matter what may be your preference as to style; choice of material or color, you should readily find it among these specially priced groups. ' Included in this sale are wprm serviceable coats of plush, polo cloth, velour, Scotch mix tures, bolivia, silvertone, broadcloth, and tinseltone. Some have collars of seal, raccoon, opos sum or kit coney ; others are plain tailored andself trimmed. Reduced as follows $1950, $2950, $39.50, $4850 All of Our Highest Priced Coats grouped into two rerhaining lots for final clearance, $69M and $85.00. Stylish Suits Reduced for Clearance H ere is an opportunity to choose a suit for much less than usual. At $25.00 you will find very desirable styles and such good fabrics as Iricoune, velour, sil vertone, in navy, brown and hen na. Some are fur trimmed, oth ers are strictly tailored. Re duced to $25-00 Much higher priced suits are included for clearance at $39.50. There are many colors, such as navy blue, tan, red, taupe, brown and Pekin. The materials are 4. : i i i . ... incuune, gaoaraine, peacn-oioom, silvertone, nnseiione, tweea and cnecked velour. There are strictly tailored garments, others are in Russian ciouse styie. reduced to bloom, silvertone, $39.50 Dress Clearance Four Groups $14.75, $25,00 $39.50, $48-50 Satin, paulette and serge are the materials represented in this group of dresses. There are tunic and surplice ef fects as well as straight line styles. The . srt-m Pjr colors are navy, taupe, .brown, light blue k I ZL and old blue. Reduced to Vr x J A tricotine dress in bolero jacket style with' an embroid ered vest; an embroidered mandarin blouse; straight line tunic with embroidered front; a crepe meteor combined with treonrette : a rhArmensu in tunic etvlo tmmmi . " ' . - wv IU UHU1UI.U with accordian pleating; a dress of charmense with, draped sain, ana crusnea giraie are a rew ot the many stylish dresses that are included in this group. Reduced to $39.50 ,A velvet dress in mandarin style, chenille and bead em broidered; a coat dress with tricolette vest; Russian blouse siyies; serges mai nave over dress straight line waists- sat- : .1 'A.-L. .Ml-. 1 , a mm . . in ureases wmi ruuiea stuns ; laiieta dresses shirred at the waist line. Many other styles and many colors at Tricotine of excellent quality is the material used in the majority of these stylish dresses. Many are elaborately braided and have cord girdles, others have bolero jackets and blouse backs, still others are in long line effects wren long straignt tunics. ; some have vests of georgette and are lace trimmed. Reduced to ... . line waisus ; sat- $25.00 if us iiuc ciictu $48.50 Two Special Blouse Groups Reduced VI Included in this group JlOlilJ J. . we georgette blouses in flesh, white, maize, gray, taupe, navy in beaded and embroidered and lace trimmed styles.' Some are collarless, oth- ' . ers have collars. Specially reduced for Qk clearance pJJ C In this collection are some KXTUUu mmmm very fine toilowd blouses, r others have round necks and are embroidered in yarn, silk or beads. There are many good color combinations such as navy and bisque. i nere are aiso oiouses trimmed with Mexican drawn work and real filet lace. Reduced to . ... 1 .auu uiaque. $9.95 V5 Kg cents. Guarantee.