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Rock Island Argus. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1893-1920, January 08, 1920, Image 10

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Broils
' fa t1l IMa Banter tor
- Jartei Owtat to (Mart
; to Tart at Heme.
a dtr health department doea
V island to brook uv violation!
city ordinance that provides
'"Jae tor throwing , tin, cum,
kottlea or garbage either
jai, streets or yards, according
f atatement Issued tbla morning
f laapector I K. ElhL
laapector Elhl awora eat a war
Ataat night for Chriat Teal, tan
it at JOOt Fifth avenue, on a
,rga ot violating the city orai
Mt9 br allowing tin can and
vtag to collect In bla yard,
Blch tt la alleged beconue a nuln
'bea through unsanitary conditions
; ireatenlng the health of the eom
.JMntty. t
laapeetor Elhl and John Feather,
the Utter a witness, appeared
gainst Teal on trial before Magls
' trate D, J. Cleland In police court
thle morning. The defendant was
'tand guilty of the charge and
K IK and routs, totaling f 11.15.
"wrtor Elhl charged that Teal;
i repeatedly Ignored warnings to
..7M ap his yard.
. Most Burn Garbage.
' After the fine was imposed In
jector Elhl again warned Teal
. tm all nrhua must be burned
arlag the winter months and all
tic cans and bottles placed in noxes
or barrets, and the latter would bu
collected by the city upon notlflca-
Numerous other complaints have
come to the city health department
t parsons allowing garoage 10 cm
Um In mnta and allevg. and Stat1
-Bent was made this morning that
.11 persons thus violating the city
ordinance will be dean wim sum
marily. 1 '
WAITING WORD
"FROM WILSON
AS TO TREATY
1
(Continued from Page One)
i the treaty, reservations, league and
t all which group is making life
i miserable for Senator Lodge in his
v effort to preserve a solid front in
! the ranks of his party the best
ft' Republican move would be to ac
i cept one of these compromise of
i fers, get the treaty out of the way,
I' and focus attention on Democratic
h mistakes on domestic questions that
f touch more closely tha packet book
.of the householder and his vote
(than anything else. But on the
. subject of strategy in both parties,
- much remains to he learned. The
I Republicans have evidently not
been instructed by the campaign
that nearly elected Charles Kans
Hughes in 1816 anil ih iieniVrats
1 haven't J'fct rl'-aned 1kvm and
purged themselves o t!.e Burlrscns
i? and the others in the;r tanks who
helped lost the Dc mortal..: i-jus:
In 1918. But the spe?chmakiu& a:id
promising and eoj'.il'ii;;i,:i.- and
pledging and praising asu v Uag
with pride stuff ii: att.j!...Oot
nowadays while the treaty :U:a .m
cted upon ami countless iuea.ajixa
needed to help America weather
tlw storms of war reconstruct ;o.i
are ssrenely and liesurely sulo
tracked.
PROPERTY HOLDER'S KOTICE.
. lieu. Jio. Jl. i
Notice is hereby given to all per-1
cns- interested, that the council of
the City of Rock Island, 111., having
ordered the construction of ai
elKht-lnch sewer on Fifth street;
from the north lino of Seventeenth
avenue to a point 50 feet north of
the north line of Eleventh Btreat,
ana the ordinance for the same be
ing on file In the office of the city
clerk of said city, and said city hav
ing applied to the county court ot
Bock Island county, Illinois, for
aa assessment of the cost of said
Improvement according to benefits,
ukl assessment being payable in
I Hint Installments, each bearing in
terest at the rate of 5 per cent per
annum and" an assessment there
." fore baring been made and returnud
I to Mid court, the hearing thereon
Wit be had on the 22nd day ot Jan-
ary A. D. 1920, at the hour of 9
t o'clock a. m. or as soon thereafter
. aa the business of the court will
I permit
I All persons desiring may file ob
e action In said court, before sai l
I day. and may appear on tha hear-
teg and make their defense.
.' Dated at Rock Island, 111., Jan.
:t. i2o. .
, PETER KRAFT,
fsMBcer appointed to make the as-
, aeasment.
l QnCCIAL ASSESSMENT KOTICE.
r' Notice: Public notice is hereby
? rtm that tha county Court of
' Lock Island county has rendered
) (sigmaiita tor special .Assessments
s uA apeclal taxation u'pon property
flted by lmproveyients for pav
( tsx wmtarmain, severs and sid
: n&a, aa will mere fully appear
f t 9m tha certified copies of ludg
T mitu on file in- my offlea; that th
KVimata for tAe collection of such
'f Sdal asaeVmenU and apeclal
I lna are In the hands ot the nnder
r!zaad. A1 persons interested are
Lafltbr notified to call and pay the
ijpaaamt assessed at the collector
j In the city ball within 30
(Caysfrom the date hereof,
t rated at Rock Island, 111., this
JRtk day of December, A. D. 1819.
(V. M. T. RUDOREJf.
City Collector.
J hereby give notice that I will
3t be responsible for debts con-
USad by my wire, jstta May wis
Jsft after this date. Jan. 8, 1920.
' - i . WILLIAM M. WISDOM.
t-M to $1S ahosa now selling for
't. Beautiful cloth tops ror is
art"s, 181 Second avenue.
Firnd.
.
A tea
Dresses on Sale
$20 DRESSES AT $ J 0.00
$25 DRESSES AT $1250
$35 DRESSES AT J TQ
$45 DRESSES AT' $2250
$55 DRESSES AT $27.50
$75 DRESSES AT $37.59
DRESSES f PRICE
-Tm Ova Trt-TUy y Owtui
On Hundreds of Coals,
and Dresses
Don't Miss
This Sale
4
at
Amazing Sale of Waists at Reductions
Beautiful Georgette Waists in white,
and suite shades reduced h to k.
JANUARY SA:
7
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SUITS
DRESSES
$15.00 GARMENTS
$20,00 GARMENTS
$25.00 GARGENTS
$29.95 GARMENTS
$35.00 GARMENTS
$45.00 GARMENTS
$55.00 GARMENTS
$75.00 GARMENTS
$100 GARMENTS
M & IC
JrJfO
TTYi
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ne
AND
AT.
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$7.50
$10.00
$12.50
$14.95
$17.50
$22.50
$27.50
$37.50
$50.00
ROCK
ISLAND
M
Suit
Don't Miss
This Sate
flesh
J2
'Iff ROCK
Ji ISLAND
T fTfx&r-j tv. M 'WW W m 1 1 w
Goats
HALF
Price
Coats on Sale at
$35 COATS AT $17.50
$55 COATS AT $27.50
$75 COATS AT $37.50
$100 COATS AT $50i00
COATS AT i PRICE

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