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EXALTED nULETl C; ELKS' LESS to Be HeieVi Ob lyril S-ImiTt M ieefeatirts. it maM K. Brennan was advanced J!totmL of exalted ruler of Bock Mud Uttfe of BenevoUnt tad " MMettre Order of Klki, No. 180. at last nl8ht'f meetlnc. He wye . atsriinl" from the orflce of ee- Spr-i leading knight, succeeding .Jcilnton Searle. . V'4i IJeouty Grand Exalted ajjtr John 8. Brow of Monmouth ZT a visitor In connection with STdatlM of inspection. He pro-f Mated the lodge to be in fcxoel-J kwTwmditlon. Official reports de nineed that the lodge had grown " to financial strength to a conBid anbtk degree during the last year. Mayor Harry M. Schriver deliv 4 aa eloquent talk on the ob- Lmnm of May 1 as "American ' its" The lodge endorsed the plan lor celebration of the day In Rock Itlaad as outlined by the mayor offered the use of the club nans to further the movement, forty applications for member- skip were received last night. In stallation of officers will take place l ' The5miplete result of the bal t wing last night follows: ' ' Exalted ruler Daniel K. Bren- "iWeenied leading knight-Wal-I tar J. Griffin. t Esteemed loyai an'snt wuoopo P. Kelly. . bteemed lecturing knight Charles H. Bleuer. Secretary Clarence N. Isaacson. Treasurer George W. Ackley. Tiler John A, Cahail. Trustee Frank S. Brongh. Delegate to grand lodge J. Clin tsn Searle; alternate, Sam Ryer- it I f I - I FQ SERMS OF DEDICATION Key. W. H. Peakansfea ef to Be Mndpal Speaker at - . CI flea d Charon. , . s t SOS Delegates to state convention Daniel X. Breenam. A complete program has been outlined for the all-day dedicatory services to be held at.the Cleland Presbyterian cbarch Sunday. Rev. W. H. Penhallegon, D. D.. of De catur fa to be the main speaker and will preach he sermon at the morning service. ' S The afternoon session will 'bej more Informal, and Rer. W. G. Oglevee. pastor of the South Park Presbyterian church and Rer. Kolo Rilling of Davenport will be apeak- ! era. - At the evening meeting Rer, Penhallegon will speak again and he will be assisted by Evangelist S. P. Taylor of Decatur, who is to conduct a series of evangelistical services at the church next week G. Ogle- f at (deck. Prelude. Hymn. . Piayer Ber. William Solo.' " ' F Groetinga by neighboring pas tors. Solo Rer. Rolo Rilling- . Remarks Dr. Penhallegon. Offertory. ' Hymn 90. Benediction. iTeabkg, 7s O'clock. Hymn MS. - Scripture. Anthem. , Prayer Evangelist S. P. Taylor. " Offertory. Solo. Sermon Rer. W. H. Penhalle gon, D. D. Transfer of keys.. Formal dedication. Dedicatory prayer. Hymn No. 254. Benediction. Mrs. J. T. Kelley is the first woman, to hold the office of Juven ile court Judge in Memphis. FCOMIFDE DEPARTQIITIS GiVEUVMOUT February Report Shews Total ef 45 Alarms Answer - Prewrtr uveivec The Rock Island firemen had an exceptionally busy time during last month. A total of 45 alarms were answered during the month, accord- mg to tne report submitted to the city eommissiouers by Fire Chief August Schmidt. Fire losses ran higher than tor several months past Total on real estate and personal property as es timated by the firemen is $19,495. , It is estimated that $292,425 worth of real estate and personal prop erty was involved in fires divided aa the with 949,125 aw the value of al mii i mm time -The firemen laid aSM (set of hose SkU? ana ueee Us gallons of chemicals m extiagmiahiac the Mesas. There rf the trucks rear a tour distance of is miles. The firemen worked 2C hours at Ores. . In China) an average of only one woman in 330 ia able to read. Remember Toasa3 tm W I o Tjaoat Besagdy-it ia sold ia em) Btab the Uniltot peopaTbu, Mat oocaooBallv baeaaae nnd IMOBftkuf ktlHsB fiflHB TMiranat buy it lor tk mn lr., it brings toaAm frosa this malady. Ton can forgrt Sore Throat if r will only rememr TONSUNB mm h ih oome auw tbat dim. -a . '' . terlv I It's a 'T.ej "ww nun us . -ca '-' &Jv&'$n Pleasure mttow let it . ' W 35 cents and 18 cents- Hoe- Lf pital Kae, ll.OfT' rm.. i. .k. v. i .ml it 1 ir Daniel K Brennan was eserati and the building has been n(,C7 T.r ". " ,.L "- TzHui and a Sunday schoo room hffiJ22f J"'1 TBlar- H made in the basement. The andi d,1?Tl0U8ly M seemed torium ha8ibeen done over and the leading knight. Rock Island, March 1. Editor of The Argus: Noticing your editor ial comment on the service given the city by the local telephone com pany I have another complaint to make against the same telephone company. Three weeks ago I paid the required three weeks' rent in advance for the installation of a residence phone in my home. Since I have to leave the wife in - the house all day alone with two small Daniel K. Brennan, Sam Ryerson, 1 children, nd a practically helpless Walter J. Griffin, Joseph P. Kelly, J invalid as far as help is concern-. CUrence N. Isaacson, Frank S. ed, I felt that I could not afford to outside of the bnilding remodeled. Following is .the program for the day's observances; Prelude.,- - . Doxology. - - Invocation and Lord's prayers.. Responsive scripture, Psa. 84. Gloria Patrla. Scripture. Hymn 222. Prayer. - Anthem. Sermon Rev. W. H. Penhalle gon, D. D., Decatnr, 111. Report of the treasurer of build ing committee. . Announcements. Offertory, Hymn 223. Broach, Charles II. Bleuer ;Nalter nstei, Fred Hill, E. TL MuTrin, Elmer Blakealey, Joseph R. Pren asrgaat, Arthur Grenenger, L. M. fltterington, Chris Koch. For the first time in many years, tk. vranil lnriir will eather in the t mkldlewest this summer. Chicago hat been selected as the place of the meeting. The state convention ef Illinois Elks will be held at 'Ot tawa June 1, 2 and 3. Rock Island Bks are planning on having an uneasily large delegation in at tendance at botn meetings. be without a phone any longer and would have to stand the expense. Two days ago I received jjotice to come down to the office and get a refund of the deposit as it was impossible for the company to in stall a phone" (at the present time in this locality on account of the "lack of cable facilities." These governrrrr.it houses have been here for nearly a year and it seems to me that it is high time for cable facilities to be installed. I wrote to the company that I did not want the money but that I 5 iCa X I. M Tlttfirinr-tnn mmt PTlltpd 'rnler, was presented with a hand-; wanted the phone and that I would am traveline bas in recoenltion ' assist them all I possibly could to tome traveling bag in recognition of services rendered the lodge. . f licensed to Wed Leon Reynolds , ; .Davenport Stells Tubbs Oquawka get the phone as soon as possible. If you can be of any assistance to get better service I would greatly appreciate it. Yours truly, E. COVEY. 48,000 DrasStortsSdllc; Five million peopl uae it to JOUL, Cut UHL'S CASCARAfd)QUININl WBe4y far SO jisn timit tm rare, bo eplatc breaks up a cold in 24 neves gnp u 3 eayi. back if it ftUm. The gennlM bos bu a ttti Pa wicb air. nui psctofs. At A U Draw Stmrm ' rs nn.Aa. The Smarter Novelties In Spring Caps t f APS are decidedly fashion able for spring wear. natty dressers will wear tliem especially young men, golfers, motorists and the campus fel . ; lows. Men with a keen dis crimination of good taste and good style will favor these , new smart caps we show in Heathertone and Briercliffe cloths. See them. To rake yards at this tinic of year, with, a good; lawn rake. And it is time to plant lawn grass seed, well raked in. Ordinary blue grass seed weighs 14 pounds to the bushel; ours weighs 23 pounds to the bushel the plumpest and best of the seed. some 1 - ?i5 Rock bland. III. PUBLIC JfOTICE. I hereby give notice that I will Herman P. Dykes . ' . .East Moline not be resDonsible for debts con- QraciB. Cooksey .....East Moline traded by my wife, Vietta May Earl, after this date. OTTIS EARL. March 2, 1920. HISS TO BE G0YERN0B. Washington, March 2. Assign aat of General Tasker H. Bliss as preroor of the United Soldiers' aooe here, effective April 30, to aweeed Lieutenant General S. B. X. Toosg, has been approved by Sasrttary Baker. FuOMPT RELIEF tin add-distreeaed stomach, T two or three ItMlQIQS tfter meals, dissolved on the "fie keep your stomach "wt-try Kl-melds the new te digestion. 'HADE BY SCOTT BOWNE WBRS OP SCOTTS EMULSION 1, -!- Resident Has Awful Experience "I was twice confined in hos pitals, in the last one nothing but gruel water was injected into me four times a day, aa my stomach would not retain any food. I suf fered terribly; was reduced to a skeleton. My folks saw an ad of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and 1 has surely saved my life. I weigh 180 pounds now." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the in testinal tract and allays the in flammation which causes practical ly all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. Bengston's drug store, Davenport, Rock Island and Moline, and druggists everywhere, (Adv.) " For Tire 1 Aching Feet PEACOCK. SOLUTION accomplishes remark able results for almost all foot troubles, such as chilblains, calloused feet, tired aching joints jjjjj painful arches. Full directions with each It is the universal antiseptic get a -bottle today. . ; BENGSTON'S Are, and 17tk SC, Beck Island Mlttth Street, Xollne Mfg. oy PFAU CHEMICAL. CO. Rock Island ,11L 1 Recommended by Doctors, ' Barbara A Hair Dreaaare fl and 60c bottles A NOURISHING FOOD BOILS TENDER IN 5 MINUTES aeai aim. . . m af ata P Mmmm i w aBlse mm M mrm w ww ne aeese, peas, bah, radtnns or soaps. ASS. FOR N r Try Our Noon D.y Luncheon 35c PIERR&CO: NEW YORK STORE Tmhpkone M. 1208 MOLINE. Eeblifd 1835 Women ana Misses Will Firm a Wealth of ifii rt nirinnn tnoice New mn SPRINGTIME MODELS AT .00 j $AC00 35 A group of interesting Spring styles which have been cop ied direct from high priced models. Here are the best of the new style features developed from men's wear serge, tricotine, poplins, poiret twills, jersey cloth, velour checks and tweeds. Scores of new fashion features. 7 ' , Never Before Such Beautiful New Skirts $10.00 and $19.50 'A wealth of insistent style notes which but augment the richness of the daring plaids, printed georgettes, satins and taffetas Shades include white, flesh, nile, maize, orchid and other spring colors. - 1. .'' : : 9 X I Get a good rake and resh see(i and set Dusy lf The Kew Spring Stet M c'iS! i Mc KINLEY mXXH Wjm Hardware Co. 11 ah 'ty'lX I,...,, - 1, 1, in. iim 1 f Z : fcSv Margarin 1 ,pr . Most The JF T? PcPIe bu7 KINGNUT I Store if If not because it is economical I of jj0&S ' f- alone but because it is so J Certain ' KfAj ood- . Satisfaction PjPTffijtFL Order a pound today. j jrKjri( w A single trial will make you J J8SSF'm-J- its friend. Your mortev back 1 m jfffij&i W -if t doesn't. irF-t ! J!f rvffl ' All Grocers I f- . Carrylt Stop That Bark I r- ' . . and qniekly with aatora's ew Kislributfd by r., for tW ai , MA1!TI.W00I) 10, MPOUWPI? . Davenport, Iowa. Eucatlyptol Comfw $45J Delightful Spring Frocks - ; $45.00, $35.00 and $25.00 ' Afternoon styles wonderful soft taffetas, Nico tines, serge, printed georgette and satin. Graceful folds of drapery and embroidery, ruffles in lavish profusion, pleats in wonderful effects and bead work in new and unusual designs. Victorian ruch- ings, graceful draping and tiered skirts. ' r Spring Sports and Motor Coats $19.50, $25.00 and $35.00 Wraps that are most appropriate for the early northern springtime; jaunty and smart, yet of suf ficient warmth serve mid-season needs. Shown in tweeds, polo cloth, also camels' hair cloth iersev ciuui aim uiialuico. iisvuicuve new collars. II You Reed a Medicine ,; Yea Should Bave the Best Yoe can sey triovAm to efrjr eooeli if yoa wiIIum thUresaarlb eble compound ef Eaealypu Balaam of Tola, SouilU, Sans end ether eeietaMe axtraeta. Gnaraateed te be ahtointely rm from alcohol, codeina, ieorehiae epraa aad all iajnrioas iraji POSLAM'S BALM ENDS ITCHING; SOOTHE Have you ever stopped to reason why it is that so many products that are extensively advertised, all at once drop out of sight and are soon forgotten. The reason is plain the article did not fulfill k toe promises of the manufacturer. This .applies more particularly tp a medicine. A medicinal prepara tion that has real curative value ; almost sells itself, as like an end less chain system the remedy ia recommended by those who have been benefited, to those who are in need of it ; A prominent druggist save, "Take for example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, a preparation I have sold lor many years and never hesitate to recommend, for in almost every case it shows excellent results, as many of my customers testify. No o her kidney remedy has eo large a sale." According to sworn statements I and verified testimony of thousands who have used the preparation, the success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root is due to the fact, so many people claim, that it fulfills almost every wish in overcoming kidney, liver . and bladder ailments, cor rects urinary troubles and neutral izes the uric acid which causes rheumatism. You may receive a somple bottle of Swamp-Root by parcel post Ad dress Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton, N. Y., and enclose 10 cents; also mention The Hock UlartI Ar gus. Large and me-ilaa s.e hoi-, tlt-s for sale at all drug su:i3. for ecttraa you mast hav. ta B rtent. competent rpmerfj to m trot Karaite Poilam i to rood for tkia troubk. thai f ou can make do mistake in trying it first anil lor Apply nth! on li place that burn, itch and barraae: ttu-v will be pacific!. eootnet. cuoa. Poelan oOen ' quaiity to each .not, tbat cannot be i e.DaUed by poi!nda of inefficiency. For every form of eruption on toe akin. tim i plea, Mlp-acale. rabea. blemishes, bums, jttcbiac feet. Sola eremrnere. For free aample write i to Znrrtracy La&ora lories. 243 Watt Ttb JSt . mm Tor City. , Po!aal Sow. swtlnisil with PeaUav bnrhteti, beaaiiflM MUki1ana "ATTENTION Regular Meeting XONIGHT.