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RDAy THE ItOCX "ISLAND ARGUS-MAIlCg 19, I9ZP. ; f Jli Tt , m 1 V sT-nUJJI OY DARTiSTS C3 After aa lamt rOwiR&dnd thooMaA Baptists come to nlM aa ctwm of 3 each to the s.gat am between jrfl as and May i. Tho amy at JCMN men aa4 wom workers ) aw being selected and trained. istwae In the psychology of "ask' -tV. in the teehnlqve of Insrlriag its to the treat new world awi Mat are belnc sent oat broadcast ja ?ry BapUat church in the ter ritory of the denomination. The fast total to be raised In the eight faya Is 1100,000.000. This BMB. t It) be expended orer a period of re years for the Improvement ot ha nation and the far east f. The work of organising the "gift tecralters Is one almost as eon- ellcated as that of organising augeyinilitarr unit General Dtroe I tor J. X Altcblson announced that the plans for the 'Ingathering had "The .store that keeps the cort of living down. j - wmm JgMeheB aMd se east ea as, tss a 11m ef ceass, ante Cat - wnwaftilsiT T11" after awhJU ha gn swot of i i t frr nisiwiij mil, ml ft Be and grewa very well aosasnaV vei wMb a ghrl who wee lists an wstssrisr a eMeBte liHnj Hen MM wahda, sea. Wftsa ae get al leadr. he starts! a Bias sslinl 'fwJsTJT IKesslVveMassMisl vat svsrtaf WkaW-' aB Its Mdehskv sat ssnsVsf tsrlhst anasssnskv -the kac ran; fcrrv MsMmB f wnta, sat be a Jsy fereeorr l' , hsre ta Mottaav Ooss at aai sea - Price ef MMosaO I nn wuw la . stack ma (ran ssaje op t ad that every de tail trees the baslness of the de al a whole to the acur ef the ladMdaal BMenbera of eftarca teams setleltiag fanes m been worked oat" la eaek of the W states, cowprls- tag the anrthem Baptist eonTen- of laymen are being rapidly built. In each county a campaign director has been rho- orjwlu fee chosen within the est week. Under their guidance leading laymen from each Baptist church will be chosen and these la tarn will select team' cap tains, who win canvass every mem ber of the Baptist church In the community. f Licensed to Wed o 11 1 o Perry L. Doss Aledo Mabel E. Patterson.... Rock Island rorreit. tL Wiley ......... Quincy Alts Lawson Bt Louis SITUATION WANTED. The following adTertisement ap years in the "agony column" ot the London Times: j A Very Lacy Man Absolute hor ror ot work of any kind; lives for sport, but uncomfortably hard up, owing to late lamented war, seeks means to live comfortably and comparatively luxuriously with miniumum exertion. Any suggestions? Box 19,808. 380 Ox ford street, w. SPEAKERS TELL of church f'ovE Large BepreseatatloB ef Ministers and workers Attend cosier eaee Yesterday. A large representation of min isters and workers in the various United Presbyterian churches In the commtfnity attended the confer ence held at the First church yes terday afternoon and evening in the interest ot the new world movement the Presbyterian drive in the interest of furthering evan gelism abroad and in this country. A team of four leaders Is tour ing the country, conducting the conferences in the various cities, and Miss Kate Hill, a returned missionary, who has visited the local church many times, was one of the members. Dr. S. A. Sowash, returned missionary from the Su or. T,. t v Srhonllpr of Phila delphia and Dr. A. C. Douglass of Biggsviile were tne omer warn members. 1 During a part of the afternoon tAmnntipnn slides, showine the fields in which the mission work of the church is earned on, and some statistics about the work and con- JIMnaa Af tl Wrf. VMS SllOWfl. and another an oi us awes was shown to the evening, or. aowasn was the first speaker ot the after noon, speaking on The Church's tTirll!aul Dnnnrtanltv " He was allowed by Dr. Scbouller, whose topic was "The can oi tne noma Land." Miss Hill gave a stirring address on "Tne uau oi ine iot- .in ri.U - am! tha AnM confer ence was conducted by Dr. Doug lass. TWO-minuo repona irum uiv various cogregations, telling of their part In the new world move ment were read and were most noteworthy. Plans for the. further work la the drive were outlined and explained, and the workers for the financial part of the campaign were organised preceding the ad journment for supper. The dele gates were served at the Y. W. C. A. cafeteria, returning to the church for the evening session at 7:30. Rev. J. L. Vance presided at the evening session, which opened with the set of slides, and Dr. Schouller, Dr. Douglass and Miss Hill. The team left last night for Chicago, where it will conduct a similar conference today. , Qtvmefs R, L. Clean Towel Service. Phone R. I. 2 Tri-City Towel Scpply company. Davenport 934. flSLOOSLEYO l 'CLHU ILL. DDttRTMENT. STCRE If it iWt right tell us. Well make it right. Some Sarin gs in Ladies' WdtisU: , We hare gone through the entire stock of ladies' waists and have culled put all those that are in any way masted or soiled in showing. There are about a hundred of these waists, including one lot of georgettes, in white and flesh, and mWn a. TlicA lot of white Toilet and organdy lingerie waists, worth really oil today's costs up to $3.98. ssH aai W nwdw four price lots of these waists: IAvllt Aaeat t,ftst easts fa LOT Si Aheat HISSSW1 hay at w iea way ehsess la voile sad ergaady walsto, $10. flfty ate gssrgstts waists that w hilissls, asw, far SUO; Basorday - f2.se. LOT A A fewreO waists, made to aD far SB.0A at S2.SS. . . . 1 LOT 4: Ftoe aUk georgette waists, colors flesh aad White, reaBy cheap at &.. Aaout of these silk georgette waists: S3.9S apiece. totgjia bay. . hfayy Blue Serge and esay bms faat sha Is 1 . . inconne auira or unus ual beauty. Tailored and fancy styles. Many but tansd and braided mod eb new se much in de mand, many in the much wanted nary blues. Re markable values at $85, $7&00, $55.00, $49.75, $45.00 and $39.75. Infanta WW Chmapcr: House FurniliTgt; New lots, fancy shop- aping baskets: colored 'dyed wide splint, fancy i weave, with a good stout handle: pretty and v cheap: 69c each. . New fancy woven waste baskets for home ifcuse: $1.69. Children's 3-p i e c e garden. set rake, show el and hoe: 15c Children's roller skates, $1.50 pair. Charmc Dresses in the newest styles, some with a touch of trim-' nxing or folds and gath ers of a decorative flow er at the waist. Beauti ful dresses around $30 and up to $85. The va riety also includes a good showing of georg ette and tricolette dresses. Can't aefl ffooca ss fart aa ear Infanta' Department ha$ been doing, and net have eome gt soiled and mmaed. We're picking omi all tkeae thinga and pat ting them together on a special table, marked "One Femrth aft". Some of the Kerns are: Little Fefes Keomrat Infaate SietDen-. Mania' Children's BJeomor Drawers, etc, eta. Now Buy Your Wall Paper: We have been hicky enough to get a good stock of last years' low-priced wall papers. While they. tan. we win sen uiem, as tuey came cheap. Four good patterns, with wall, ceiling and bord er to match, at 5c a rolL 13c, ISc Pmst arsttr al reimd l or daaag rasss, Hitrng si al XOo refl. 7r4era. at 1214c and 22e rail. aastvlSw rsc, New Spring Presses of fine tub fabrics, in love ly new colorings and patterns. The smartness with which they are fashioned makes our showing of these dress es exceptional: $10.00, $7.50, $5.98, $5.00, $3.98, $3.50, $2.50 and $2J25 each. Ladies' Fiber Silk Hose, 95c! This is another good thing that our New York buyer has sent us. Ev erybody wantaailk hose for spring here's a chance to have them at a good deal under usual cost These fiber silk how are "seconds" of the $1.50 quality; the im perfections are scarcely discernible, but they take more than half a dollar off the cost of each pair. Take your choice: black or white, $1.50 fiber silk hoae, all sizes, for 95c pair. "Mill end" short lengths of genuine "Fruit of Loom" muslin, 50c value, at 42$cyard. "Mill ends" Hope muslin, worth 45c for 35c yard. Real Pequot sheetirig best sheets, 81z CO: $3.25 each. Nme-quarterr(81 inch) linen finish "&idar sheethifft .1.357rd. I Groceriea, Saturday: TcSqndries, I ArtNeefleWerk ' rWssiaslmaiili ' UatBM aaTstLs, for Slta t te v-tato""s"i . Tm iSanty'ii i steg bay Freeh cotmtrv eggmtwodaMom to a aoxen toun otner groceriea. Freak baked bread, two 10c - Ioaoee for ISc. Extra Blend coffee,. 43c lb. Fresh grape fruit, three 25c h at 39c te each Tanobesa raj ban, esebad and for tOeaL S0o lb. Fresh ImKMtwmaO By TlsWtea efcaaa, 40o Bv. OsBferssa wftte etwrrlsa, 4Sa, Bd Alaska - Tins, tall -tm. 39c Tmtrwmrtnmgo-JX SZTisf 3Ha "nUiMi's prepared paossfca Praysssd ariaos aaat, taa akaa. Ssar. large peg. 40a. far 2Sa. Hiadngsr table syrap gaOsa Tbsaaiit TIT ijis palLSSo. IncSSaJasr. - 1 tuniis. 1 imiiisb. "KsKo- lisag tiaMnhm aaesl- "SSrs pitsU alilu J . 4ai4e. ULJ bwgapkg, 2Se. Large qassa oBves, M.W. In the Ruff denartrnent Safnwrlsiv t1 Aa fancy siencireel grmaa fC3ccaeh The Shoe department is piling up with and Wednesday. Satcr- TacstessasM'StfA - 'U-rncnoose ircsx. man school m EL1TCTI0H OF ITS STUDENT COtJWCIL Last night the student council, the governing body of the Rock Is land high school, elected its officers for the rest of the year. It has been customary In the past to elect the officers at the beginning of the school term but this year on ac count of various reasons it was de layed untllN yesterday. Earl Pad dock. '20, was elected to the offloe of president The student council Is composed rof four boys and four girls elected from each class and has much to do in managing the affairs .of the school. - One of the problems this year is ways and means to collect enough money to pay the piano debt, which is about $100. Following are the officers elect ed by the council: President Earl Paddock, '20. Vice president Frier McCollis ter. '21. SecretaryHelen Moore, 'JO. Treasurer James Berry, '21. The suar-saving" cereal Grape-Nuts finds a handy place in homes where the cost of living is considered. "IheresaReason" HEARTBURN or heaviness after meals are most annoying manifestations of acid-dyspepsia. RlrHDlDS pleasant to take, neutralize acidity and help restore normal digestion. MADE BY SCOTT & BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION This Victrola Style XI $150 And ten 85c records of your own choice (twenty selections of Basic) will be sent to your boe on ear en?enlrat monthly payment plan. Oatfit complete at $158.50 Immediate delivery guar anteed. Select yours tomorrow. Th store AftSJ Itacord that sells mx&Jk &. 1 Kin you only LjtW T.tfi better Yiirtrolas , 2sSiat Servies. nd pStfcSiiB'i wet" n Baas' Music Shop 313 Eighteenth St. Between Third and Fourth Ave. Phone R. I. 3360 Bock Island, I1L Nature Gives Beautiful Hair The Care Is Yours. NATURE strives to give every woman an abundance of beau tiful hair, but the care and pre servation of this precious gift is yours and yours alone. quickly overcomes unsightli ness and gives the hair that snap, life and vigor, without which the most abundant ' tresses appear dowdy and unbecoming. At a very small cost you can tone up and beautify your hair, eradicate your dandruff and im prove your appearance to a mark ed degree. Every bottle of Herpicide is guaranteed to give the results claimed for it or purchase price will be refunded by your dealer. Try Herpicide (Tar) Soap for washing your hair. Gives excel lent results and is very beneficial to your hair and scalp. Send 10 eent is rtampa or coin todiy for nmple and booklet on 'The Cam ot the Hair" Addrtn: The Herpicide Co. Dept. lit-A. Detroit. U. S. A. Sold by Dras aad Department Storas. AppCcations at f Ac better Barber SAopt Special Agents. I , MARTIN l I MARTIN il p , E$TAB 1882 ill CHICAGO 1 STOVE POLISH Sare time and hard work tr neinr K-Z Stove Polish, absolutely dustless, smoke less, odorless; gives a durable, ebony-black ahine. E-Z Mvta Polish for Blrkel parts K-Z Iron Enamel (or Pipe. SHOES WEAR LONGER shined with E-Z Shoe Polish genuine oil pale any color won't crack leather. E-Z Box opener. SO shines 13c. Best Boot Blacks use E-Z. Don't risk cheap polish, dressings, cleaners use only E-Z. Dealers or mail. SHOE POLISH For Sale by All Rock Island Jobbers and Dealers Attention Arsenal Employes We will pay $15.00 per week for loss of time from sickness or accident, at a small cost of $1.25 per month. - ' Employes Mutual Health Co. 311 Safety Building, Rock Island, 111. For particulars call at office or phone R. I. 1756 or mail this coupon. (Please send me particulars regarding your sick and acci dent protection.) Signed Address 1 At Forsbsrg's Walk Over Boot Shop ' ill Fffiecath Stnwt, sTsQm Be. Bairs Foot Coatot taw it for Most ami TTsm hewn tmw Mem sn Wa lAt Forsberg's Walk Orer Boot Shop lt Hftenth Street, MoUm Dr. Setoffs Foot Con fort tie for sua aai W L. u Buy Your Victor Records At Baas9 Music Shop Beter srrrie plfasant umsndlBrs and a wide rarirtj ttt selection caa always be found kere. i Take these six records' home for Sunday's I entertainment lSMS-nt Ahrays Be Waiting- for Ton x OCT ten "tfusvava. ISoSS Arabiaa Mrhls One Step OsTJlvn a urcnfMtrss. i SS81-ItosaU Walf - Uj jHCJkeca vrcnesu-a. 87M-FUrtaaon ..- LM mAXirnacsi-iaxciBipr. i 75S TTalrt la C Sharp Minor LSo jrauvrrwihu. ifiOOO tagoletto Qnartrt Caruso, Abott, Homer. ScotU. The Ram That Sells Only Tietrolaa sasl - BeeatSs. OItws Yea Better Seniea. Baas' Music Shop i 313 Eighteenth Street ""Tj BtSWa Thirl aai rearth Arsaaes. I Phole B. L $360 Bock Islaad, IU. I Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co, 700 Seventeenth Street, Rock Island Over 4,300 stores in the United States. ' We save you 25 per cent on your groceries, Give us a trial order. A FEW OF OUR REGULAR PRICES Our Best Coffee, lb. Our Best Carnation, Wilson, Pet, evaporated milk, large 2C cans, ea. . . P. & G; Naptha Soap, lObara 7ft for Snider's Ketchup, large OCr bottle Old Dutch Cleanser . . , Toilet Paper, large f -4 25c 8c 43c Teas, lb Crj'stal White Soap, 10 bars Cr for ......... DOC Large Florida Grape fruit, 3 OCr for Shredded Wheat, . 13c Matches, Cr large boxes ..... Hickey Brothers Will gladly cash your pay checks at any one oi their cigar stores Saturday or Sunday and they won't look cross ii yof, don't spend either. , Hickey Brothers' Cigar Stores Conveniently located in Mo line, Rock Island and Dav enport. The most beautiful group of retail cigar stores in America. The Diet INFLUENZA ASK FOB llorlick's TleOrijiwl Araad JW Inflmts.lBal!ds sn4 OrawtncCUVlraa "pka Milk. Malted Grain Kitrart In XeOoaiaairQoA-DaakTvAUAtt rfifuMai flisilikf j-'