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- - rmPAT-THE ROCK ISLAND ABGPS MABCH 19, 1920. MITES OF ::onoATTH3 CEtlSEO EVEllT gawafal Trala Chartered far HI. trrlaafa t CenaMlal af Iiihi la April, ' A aurn detention of th mem bers of Amoo Grotto will acts the Maaonic ceremonial at Gaaeseo on April . It is estimated that there will be 600 Masoas going from the tri-cttles. Arrangements hare bees ma for a special train to carry the reo- resentatlves, it was snaoaaesd by H. L. McGulre, division passenger agent of the Rock Island lines. The train will leave the Twentieth street depot at 6:30 in the aftor- . soon. 8upper will be served on the ar : rival of the delegates, at the Gen- eseo armory, by ladles of the East ern Star. The ceremonial proper, when a class of 100 or more can didates will be inducted,' will be held at the Wetmer opera house. Hold Spring Ceremonial. k The regular spring ceremonial of Amoo Grotto in Rock Island will be held at the Masonic temple Fit day, April 16. A large class win be inducted at this time. This will be the last opportunity for those de siring to make the pilgrimage to Kansas City in June to become members of the Grotto. It is also announced that this Is the last cer eraonlal to be held at the Masonic temple. Future ceremonials will be held at the new Fort Armstrong theatre. With the ceremonials at Rock Ia land and at Geneseo, the member ship of Amoo Grotto will be close to . the 1.600 mark, making it probably the largest organization In the city. : Plans for the fall program al ready made include the coming ot Klsle Baker, the well known Victor artist; the appearance of Bohumer Kyrl, the great cornetist and his company, and Thomas Proctor, the Irish tenor, who will appear with his company on New Yeara ere. rr rr tt van AdZDIIAHirXIGS A (3,CC0 LEGACY BiiH nrasan ao. The) meeting to have bam add at the Davenport Tuner halt , Thomas Mitchell. merlv a resident ot Rock Islands bat aow 1 trine at 13 Gaines street. Davenport, la 18.000 richer tooay than yesterday. This amount eomea to him in the form of a legacy from on with whom ha had oajoraa a longtime frieadshis. Jama McMlllen, ana resident of Moscow, Iowa, at time a alave. died racantly. bavins bo 11 vine relatlvea ha qaeathed his entire estate of $,no to Mr. Mitchell. ' The bansndarr is a Janitor at the Rock Island arsenal. ... LEGION RAPPED DY FEDERATION IN RESOLUTION Twe Charges Brought AesiBitDsv. eaesrt Feet Taher Endorses Twe Other Soldier Grasps. CAN'T CASH IN ON KINGSHIP CLAIMS, FEISAL IS TOLD London, March 19. France and Great Britain have notified Prince Felsal. son of the king of the Hedjai, they can not recognize him as king ot Syria. DIVIDES PROFITS 50 50 WITH HELP Cincinnati. Ohio, March 19. Ar thur Nash, president of the A. Nash company, tailors, announced to his 400 employes that beginning at once the net profits of the bust sens would be equally divided be tween the company and the em ployes after 7 per cent had been paid on the investment and the em ployes bad received the regular union scale of wages. Members of the Trl-Clty Fadera tioB of Labor, In regular aesslon at the Industrial hall In this city last night, adopted a resolution of condemnation of the Davenport poet of tha American Legion on alleged grounds of tha post being responsible for a misleading report in tha newspapers relative to a re cently planned socialist meeting in Davenport, and also for the alleged spreading of a report by one of the post officials that another official of the post had been discourteous ly treated at a meeting of the fed' eration executive board. M. L. Morrill, recording secretary of the federation, stated today that the resolution of condemnation charges the Davenport post to have reported that a Socialist meeting in Davenport was to be held at the Turner ball for the purpose of rais ing funds for the defense of mem bers of the I. w. w. in Centralia, Wash. Mr. Morrill said that the federa tion resolution brands the report as untrue, for the reason that in vestigation has shown that the meeting was to have been held in order to raise funds to defend Ed gar Owens and Perry H. Shipman of Rock Island and Louis K. Eng land of Moune, members of the communist labor party, who were arrested some time ago In raids conducted by the forces of State's Attorney Maclay Hoyne of Cook county, and whose campaign for funds has been endorsed by the federation. Mr. Morrill said that the three men were to have been speakers at the meeting in their own defense and that money was to be raised to defend them. He said that the federation members held that even in caae the meeting waa to be held to raise money for defense of pris oners at Centralia, Wash., it would have been within the law, as the prisoners can not be .held guilty Tha raaoJatie alao.ehargea i official of tha Davenport stated that another official ox post had told him that he, had bees pros eat at an executive board meeting of the Trl-Clty Federation of Labor the sight ot March 11. and had bees discoorteoasly treated. Mr. Morrill said that no official of tha Dnveaport post waa present at tha executive Mara meeting is question, and that bar bad been In structed by tha federation to write to the Legion official relative to the circulation of the report. . -: Faderse Two SaMier Grasp. The federation took actios night endorsing the World's War Veterans' organisation and the Pri vate Soldiera sad Sailors' Legion. Representatives of both groups were present at the meeting and explained the objects and purposes ot their respective organisations. VIOLATES "CUT-OUT" LAW AND GETS FINE Henry Diagay, Rock Island, waa fined $5 by Magistrate D. J. C land in police court last sight on a wim un i-oui-oul onon ti-T arrested Wednesday Birti?! trolman William Ene?! All tha news Argus. Thank You We take this means of thanking all of our friends and patrons for their patronage at 219 Seven teenth street, for the past 1 0 years. We were unable to renew our lease, making it necessary for us to close out our business. We will be at home to all our friends and neighbors at the Rock Island house, suite 220, 22 1 . STERLING CLOTHING CO. HENRY RUBENS & SONS j 4 c ? no.gft to 5:30. Sat 9 Weather Ream Saturday Fair 2 No surer way of keeping in touch with the new Spring Fashions than by reading our messages r Whatever Your Needs-" Whether large or small consum er, GOLD RIM Flour, because of its supreme high (nudity will help you realize better baking results. Order then from yourtiealer and be sure youifjet GOLDMM Flour Nero of iheNew rjeaso- They' are bottIvory ooJor aad floral dalas. ass far flee for tha to give height to the calling. $Uw aad QBOrTMO Isalded Panel B. Frnta atom, of refsforced with wicker are saw is the Huu fui n basing Bee Hen. Thay are eonvsnieatly taped, decorated is Rose or Qreen. and cocao is two sxsaa. 92.75 wad 9US. rmi bmt. of Is- a pretty AuamascBansm diss Heed has design is Croat SUsch aad la already hemstitched. The U-Inch cloth is $US, aad six napkins at SPc each. Art DeparbBMat, TfeM leer. COMB & necked smart Crape da high ohlse blouaea were : unboxed this morning.' One has chaaters of tiny tasks, another baa hemstitching la diagonal ef tettfrm eflher atda ot tha but toned frost, aad another baa Just a touch of basd esxbrold ery In tiny sprays. The mate rial la very Una, and the workmanship is beautifully dose. HO. lUM and Hi. Tana FROM Palestine coma 'soma bulbs of the "Lilies of the Field.' Their ssonl hue la a bright scarlet, bat In parts of Galilee and the Plain of Sharon they are sometimes white, while attut Jaffa the fields ore blue with their del icate petals. They are at tractively put tap six in a box and . would make fine little Banter remeVbraacea. He BMk Beep. Stmt goer. ANEW VMrola record "Was There Bear a Pal like Yon V by Henry Burr, and "You're MUilon Miles from Nowhere" by Charlea Harris. Ste.- C-Tlctma Parian, Bataeay, First Int. Tomorrow a feast for the eyes of "Miss 6 to 14" Spring opening displays of w e -at r -aT Juvenile tasni ons Coats Silk dresses Fancy white dresses Gingham dresses Middy skirts and blouses Sweaters and muslin underwear WHEN you go shopping tomorrow mother, take daugh ter with you and watch her eyes shine with ioy when she sees the displays of new Spring f ashimis assembled in our t Growing Girls' section on the third floor. - , Dresses both simple and elaborate Those of natural Shantung, silk papils aad Qeorgettea in dainty youth ful osa aad two-pieco etylea will bring vhrioaa of parties or other dresa-up occasions. Fancy white dreaaea of fine vollea. oresAdies, batiste, nets and lawn all be-rlbboned and be-ruffled and trimmed with large bow sashes, Val. laoas aad etnbroidery. A number are trimmed with tiny pis tseka. These come is short and no-sleeve styles, and Daughter will quickly Inform yon that one of them la Just what she wants for first communkm or con firmation wear. Beautiful styled of gingham, oham bray and linen in plain, plaid aad combination patterns. They have large, hip pockets and most all have bow saihes. Some have hand em broidered collars nad cutfe. others are In the' surplice aad . straight-line styles. k Coats Prices range $2.39 to $27.50 Third floor. Is dressy fuH length styles. Sports ef fects and the new "Johnny coats." Such splendid materials as Camels Hair, Polo cloth. Tinseltone, Yalama, Heather mix tures, Velonr. Jersey, serge and silk pop lin and Taffeta in every wanted Spring color. - Convertible collars, large pockets, novelty buttons, narrow leather belts and touches of leather trimming are the'pro Boanoad style features. $9.50 to $39.50 Middies Regulation middies of white Twill; braid aad tape trimming on collar, em blem on sleeve, laced front. Some have yoke effect. Plain middles of Palmer linen in Navy: also those of white with variously shaped flannel collar. Middles are now the accepted garb for most girls' schools, and these are good fitting and well made. $150 to $4.25 Sweaters and muslin wear - Xew slip-over sweats in fancy stitch . weave; 32 to 36-inch sixes. ,Turqnotee. Buff, Pekin and American Beanty. $&o0 to , t : Complete assortment of combination guita. princesa slips. Billie Burkes, draw ers and muslin waists. SSe to fUi Third fleer. Neckfixings for Easter Clever sew styles ts veeteea, guimpes, seta, roll aad flat col lars, minings, ' vestings . and maratwoa are ready to lead a dainty ah- to the Spriac cos tume. Nat eats in roTJ atyiea with fine tucks and Val edging. Lace collars suitable lor sntts and dresses, its to Lace aetata for ffha rossd neck draws. 91 to t&M. Organdie nil eoQais and asm. $L to tSJa Vaataes in set with hvee brbnmlss. $LX to 9L71 Marrow set aad organdie ruffling tor anas .Yard tie to the Nat QtSnty aniaBsMflsMl aBMVVsHsBV M to HH Your initials in gold or hi aftvar, tt yaai sfagai. .wtH ao a!' boorBWMr'wawrltc a qsira. This alor la tar gatsrday only Candy special dUfarest A daUckma BonassiBS; est! rely than aver befars! ereaagastttadca nsTilsroosarad wjehaahtokoosdfag of rich tsHSled 1-W. box 69c . frost. A chic Sports coat or full length style? is the question of Spring THERE'S no denying the vogue of the Sports coat, or that it is smart and complimentary to virtually every type of figure, particularly the youthful type. But it is equally true that the full length mod els are more dressy and offer a wider style as sortment. The best way to decide is to come here, where every good model in either style of coat is as sembled and try them on, comparing one with the other. Then you're sure of making the wis est choice. Aberdeen tweeds, Velours, Tricotme, Camels hair, Polo cloth and Tinseltone seem to be the most favored of ail Spring materials. Tbsy're here in such popular colorings as Tan, Navy, Brown, Beaver, Raws, Gazelle, Taupe and Copen hagen. As far style Loose flare back with belted front, ar hacks formed by two inverted pleats, or belted all around models with belts of self material or leather. Then Uiere is the very fashionable wraip-cost and the "set-Is French sleeve" models, aad finger tip or thrae-osarter Sports costs. In a word every coat style of the Spring in every faahkmahlo material aad eoior la hare awaiting your visit. Prices range $25 to $298 -third fleer The French Room in our Millinery Section is dedicated to those wom en who demand the best in millinery. Only the fin est pattern hats from the recognized master millin- ers of the world are admit ted. The woman who buys her hat in our, French 4Room may feel assured 'that her hat is exclusive, for each hat is without duplicate. The new large hats have started green and Is trimmed with bands of embroidered Bataria cloth. A stunning style! Price ISO. Saturday a fresh lot of our famous Super-value hats BnwslBwH to arrlve one is ot Jade Smart atreet and seml-dreas hats, newly arrived and in every desirable Spring style, color and trimming. We sincerely believe that they cannot be equaled In the Tri -Cities for anything like this low price. $8.75 New flower trimmed sailors have arrived juat in time for Saturday's selling. The flower trimmed sailor promises to be one of the moat favored of all Spring styles. See these new ones tomorrow. $10-$1150 and $15 Second tear. A shipment of Easter oxfords has come to the Basement shoe section proving that fashionable oxfords can be had for as little as Made of Liona kid, a soft pliable leather thar auras it scape ana is extremely durable. Styles for both atreet and dress wear. High leather Louis aad mOrtsry haala. Comes is block sad, shad 1 1 oldark brows. All alaaa. Pumps and oxfords A mtxsd lot of women'a oxfords, aad pumps, is baack kta, brows calf, brown kid 0 OR aad patent leather. Broken stsee..-ePO70 are several dollars lower than you could duplicate them for elsewhere. Along with these oxfords wo sro offering pumps of the aasie leather Is brown aad Mack. $5.95 Children's shoes An assortment of shoes in dnll calf, black and brows kid is various sixes suitable (go A Q for every day or dress wear VtJ0 JSC tor living roll Wall paper specials atrtoad Economy Essay Contest judges reiurn their decision, After reading and carefully considering tbo Hi essays waaeh were submitted by the school children of Davenport, ty have named aa prise winners tha compoattlona by Xlweod K. Crssr--5astlasxw , Maty Fany-J. B. Tassr-rd-eJ . Checks tor these various amossta wfll be east to the principal ot the school who will nana them to the wtnaera. Pattern table cloths special in the Basement tomorrow . A shipment ordered before the last price advances baa fust come to our Basement Without taking advantage of tha present market price, wa pass them on to our cna- CO-raeh clothe worth os today's market $2.50. 72-lnch cloths Worth on today's market $3.50. $1.98 $2.75 J-r .to 8c 10c Now C basstuu Boil is 50c tMatooon pat 1 GntooDcfl to .50c VfTl SI rfiVM SSh riVs nasTON stqpt mm. 15231 Let's take a strolU through the Art Needlework k tioa. It la a department that t u wsya attractive, but this rau a . doubly so because of tht fad a has swept the country for ttuu von. ii is osea on an iitd) f wearing apparel for women u children and on household srttclai On a table Just as we enttr tV uspmntDi are mnm Telle bleam 4a tha long and short styes a blue. Rose, Buff and black iti white. They are stamped to h embroidered in gay epluhei wool, and are priced at ttA, fjjj and 98JH. Prettily arranged In a long U ease are hat hands, hand bagi,. gandie collars, wide rrtibom ft, saanes ana girates ana t&e wonu, who likes to fashion th lin, dresa acceaBories will find mujil suggestion that will help her out h her Spring wardrobe. i Lamp shades next catch our eye, and nek i variety great large ones tor th floor lamp; round, square ut unique ehsped ones for the table ot desk lamp, and on down to the tii? dainty shades for the boudoir. Win frames of all description tnt IDS up to $348; beantifol rUkiet all patterns and colorings fas tSJft to H a yard ; tassels, bnia are here for our choosing, and w can order our shade made here, or under the instructions of aa trptn sit ana maxe it ourselves. On aae large table la a big assortment of camltels gowns, bloomers, pajamas and eon bi nation suits of fine pink neiaiwt and priced from J 6c to IV are stamped in the prettiest pat terns both etmple and elabonte and to be embroidered in Eyets. Solid and Lazy Daisy stitches ui French knots. For the "little man" who wart rompers are some dainty Ut romper patterns with touches hand embroidery, and tor nil tk; sister some Little aprons aad ranboaasM 1 that come already cut ui stamped. Reasonably priced, tot, at IBJa and $34. In the big rack of Parkin Goods Is a Dotted Swiss drem for a tot from 2 to . ft Is ve derfuily fine and dainty, and ska embroidered in the beautiful Pwtt! shades would make a very prettr little "dress-up" frock. Ekahms-i ery cottons that are ruarsnteaV bcWl-proo come with the packafA The different sites' range tS.75. Our time is getting snort, bat V fore wo go we must see those Indian Head Bungalow seta They consist of a lunch cloth tad six napkins, and the patterns are to be worked la the "long and snort stitch," crone stitch, Lair Daft? and outline work. Indian Head "does up" beautifully, and they would be Jnst the thing tor the poroh or the summer cottage. There are so many other prett; and useful things in the department that we most plan to come back an other day and revel in the newest ideas in hand-worked lingerie, chil dren's clothes and the multitude f scarfs, luncheon sets, table ma ners, pillows and the like. - Third " Announcing The Opening of a new department Tomorrow we In augurate a new de partment, where sim ulated flowers and fruit for decorative parposea can be had. This new depart ment will be located just inside the main entrance. Flowers for table decorations ui tor corsage wear the most derful Imitations in color, and texture that we have seen. w Gorgeous pnrple Pansies. da!J wax-like Narcissus; Camatio Roses and Violets, perfect a color and with such cool V" petals that they tarrly seem tow been picked oat of the Sweet Peas. that lack only fragrance, and Heather that bnnp thoughts of the Scottish nwo There are many more Hyacinths Poppto Daisies fin flowers Baebeier battens Battrresji Cherry blossoms Lilies ef the valley Fargst.Bio.Boto Jonqed Field flewers 10capieceto$3.75abflad Fruit for the table sideboard or buffet Wax apples, pears, bnlB"J grapes and peaches so pM1 la form, color and else that e when yon touch them you c hardly realize they are not real n mA 1 7S niece 1 tt ha Bi en si fo It ac to th A. to f la ot th th di at w P R ii 81 r.-' - i - tn " . . 1)