FClDAYTlij5 "ltOCirmiANI) rARGTJ5MiCH19r 1920?
A nermlt il -
William afagaime, for Joseph
01TB CHILD IN 20
aon of one new dwelling, which Is
to W enacted by Anderson War
Louis attends Sunday school regu
larly, acording to a server made by
21 Protestant denominations in the
interchuch world movement
Apartment dwellers have less in
terest in church affairs, fewer chil
dren and more servants than any
other class, the canvassers report
ed. Some apartment dwellers, the
canvassers asserted, have more
servants than children, despite the
alleged scarcity of domestics..
The canvassers said many per
sons told them they had attended
church' regularly la their t '
hood and that they considers! v,
kais, l&fll Tweoty-fOorth
street; repair dwelling ..
IS SUNDAY SCHOOL
flATT TaT C?nr t nrrra
ren lor-uemselTes.nt 73 Thlr-
Anderson ft Warren, self, T3I
FROXX EUHHY STATE
'TBlrteenth street; dwelllns
W. D. Wearer, self, 1423
Thirty Boeona street; re
modeling dwelling ......
John Plckron, seir. llThir-
ty-eighth .street; remodel
ing porch T4 . . i: :". . . . . .
L Meyer, selt iU Twelfth
street; raising dwelling . .
A. Gersick. salt 111 Teeth
avenue; raising dwelling .
A. J. Condax. selt-1729 Ntee
teenth arena; remodeling
D. Hohenboken, for Ernest
Thiesen, 1W7 Thirty-seventh
Herman Pan tel. selt 1317
Forty-fourth street; repair
I fit Tm TU .v ,.
Fifty thousand miles of"?"
gable water is provided by tL
River Amazon and its trOMrtarlc
, iocai cost $f the work tor which
about one child In every 20 In St
The Argus has been, compliment
ed with a gift that la greatly ap
preciated tram Miss Mildred Hln
dsrer. formerly of this city, who Is
now In Radlander, Cal. The gift Is
a small box of oranges. The fruit
Is of the smaller variety but the
lack In siie is made np in Juiciness,
and glee a fair idea of the results
orange growers hare is the vicinity
of Radlander. ...
a few days afo, Abraham's pecan
rolls wars the-leading topic and the
onsaimoM "mdlct was, that there
are no better eats, -
-f bifwtMr Iiawas TutmUm
d at IMU in the segregate, which
lS a. fair Mdnrtion In
ords for, some time.
CM VUJ W
fuMlM actMtiai In Rock Iiland
4 t decided slump during the'
veek. mostly on account of
tnak-up in the weather, ac
Sfiaf to John A. Undrae, city
: yffltf inspector,
i Mr Iindroe Uaued 12 building
Mitt daring the week, newly
J of which were tor remodeling
iuuTB were two permits Issued
for building garages, one for a shed.
two for raisin? Hwtllin li tnr
FREE-A11 Day Saturday-A 5x7 Autographed Photograph of ELSIE JANIS. Who
Appears in, "A Regular Girl" at the AVOY THEATER. March 23, 24 and 25
repairing dwellings, two for remod
eling a garage and one for remod
eling a porch.'
. List of Permits.
Fred Rich, self, 2017 Thirty-
FAMOUS FOR COATS AND SUITS
fourth street: garage .-....$
John Hedberg, self. 4409 Fifth
STSnne; remodeling enrage
August Hildebrandt. self, 2952 ,
Twelfth street; shed .....
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tutor lit Tkaormr. Satartir.
Cferlat Cbareh Quad
Sprinf Apparel ,
THK BUST STORK I N FIFTH AVENUK
Women's and Misses' New Silk
YOUR EASTER TOGS
They're here in all the New
Spring models and materials
YOU ought to see yourself in one of these suits. You'll like the long
slender lines with high waistline, and soft roll front. They've
made a big hit with the young men. -
THREE POPULAR MODELS
The "Concord" a one or two-button double-breasted model in green heather,
bi-valve gray, or solid colore green, brown or blue.
The "Dum-bell" a one button single-breasted suit in tan and brown check or
blue and green mixtures. You'll like this new one. .
The "Campus' a sport model with button patch pockets and yoke back,
either belted or without belt; in gray and green heather.
SPECIALS ON OUR BOYS' FLOOR
Blue Serge Suits
There is nothing more appropriate for ,'ybnr
boys Confirmation suit than a neat blue-serge.
We have a wonderful assortment on our Boys
Floor many good ones priced as low as $15.75
$1.00 Blouses 79c
These are our regular $1 blouses and if they
were bought today, would 'cost Usmore than,
we are selling them for. . Saturday only, 79c
This new lot of Spring caps
for Boys includes a variety
of weaves and colors that
, will please every boy's eye ;
greens, grays, blues and
fancy mixtures. Prices
from .$1.25 to $&50
Boys' Easter Neckwear
Knitted ties in the new cross-bar patterns;
plain silk ties in a variety of pretty colors and
designs soc to 75c
: I SECOND ST. AT MAIN
Frocks at Thirty-live, Dollars
Frocks in the new springtime fashions of the silks assured high favor at special pricing. This, in
brief, defines the special selling of silk frocks. But really every iinimdual frock planned for
this occasion is worthy of particular mention. Every new style feature making the mode 1920
new is evident in some delightful different way. Many charming and original touches are add
ed. And always the fabrics as fine in quality as it was possible -to obtain for the frocks at
tnis pricing. aiftjSR j tktf.i4K.
New rarmst frocks of taffeta, sat AiTwrr- W5i!
in, charmeuae, georgette crepe,
crepe de chine and crepe meteor
In this'splendid group a wide variety of
styles, colors and sizes are displayed,
sizes for the misses and on upto and in
cluding the stylish stouts.
A Few of the Frocks
Silk taffeta fxocks in wide variety of
styles, in navy, Copen, taupe.
Printed georgette frocks ribbon trim,
brown, red, rose and Copen blue.
Plain georgette frocks in taupe, Copen,
navy and black. Beaded silk embroid
ered, some have accordion plaited
Ch'armeuse and gold lace combina
tions in navy, Copen and black. .
Charmeuse frock with tan paulette
vestee and girdle, silk embroidered
in rose, gray and Copen blue.
. a . r i a
Crepe meteor and net top frock with
gold tie belt in navy, brown and
Taffeta and georgette combination,
heavily trimmed with beads in navy,
taupe and Copen.
SPECIALS for Saturday in Our
There was a time, years ago,, when any washing machine
was just a machine that the makers claimed would wash
clothes only that and nothing more that time is past.
Such so-called washers are obsolete. The modern washing
machine must be sold on the basis oi perfect
on time, all the time performance. It must
be a real wash day aid.' It must operate con
yeniently, wash quickly and thoroughly, give
years of efficient service and above all it must
save time and labor. That's why we recom
mend the One Minute Electric .Washer. It
not only answers all of the above require
ments, but it is sold on a 30 day free trial, so
you may try it out in your own home and test
it under the actual conditions in which it will
Come in when you are down town and let
us explain the many superior features of the " : "
One Minute. We will gladly demonstrate this washer to you at any time,- and you .
will not be urged to buy.
iy2 quart gray gran- fJtyc
ite rice boiler - V7S
Small size wool waH duster,
Saturday . . , c
H. R. H. paint cleaner, a
scientific mixture for clean
ing oil paint, fresco paint
aad all kinds of woodwork.
Once used you will never be
without jtvftiee tfir
S per box . . 4
One table of glassware, con
sisting of vases, pickle dish
es, bon bons and compotes,
regular 75c and 98c values,
Handy dust pan . with long
wire handle, 29C
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