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We are the Leaders for Children's Wear-we Back this Statement by their Mer
chandise that Has Earned. This Reputation For Us.
VOUNG &MC COMBS
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ffHET ROCE ISEAND (AHGTJS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTESIBEIE 1S1T.
T Inches wide, all silk hair-bow;
taffeta. In plain and Moire ef
fects, extra heavy qq
quality, pep yard OuC
All silk fancy ribbons. 6, 7. and
5 Inches wide. In stripes, dresden
and brocades; extra QCC
values, per yard ODC
6 lnces wide, hair-bow, taffeta; all
Colors, per yard, OQ
at 25c and
Ladles' hemstitched Swiss em
broidered and aJHInen handker
chiefs, with hand embroidered
Initial?- each X5C
A line of ladies' alt-linen embroid
ered handkerchiefs, worth QC
8c; each at OOK,
Men's all-linen hemstitched hand
kerchiefs; extra fine quality; 35o
Veilings and Trimmings
Our complete line of dress trimmings have arrived,
all of them beautifully blended colors and designs. Let
us help you make suggestions as to your new dress.
We place on sale 27-lnch plain embroidery flounc
ing; no two patterns alike. $1.50 to $1.75 values at .............
The newest line of fall styles In neckwear direct from the east are
now on display. They will please yc u.
A Few Knit Underwear Specials
Ladies' Vests 10c values, 7c, Ofl
or 3 for A3K
Ladies' Vests, 25c "J H
values .-. - X I V
Ladies' Umbrella Pants, 50c Aff
Other big bargains will be found In this section MAIN FLOOR.
Boys' and Girls' School Wear
We are showing a pretty durable line of dresses
and suits for the girl and boy. Prices mean little
until you have -seen the quality.
Children's Dresses In Percale, Chambray and
Gingharr. ; in all pretty styles and col-(J- QQ
ore. worth $2.00 . ....V-a.Ol7
Boy's Suits in Galatla, gingham and suiting: In
Bizes 2 1-2 years to 6 years QO
worth ?1.25 0C
Children's Dresses In Percale,. Chambray and
gingham; in all plaids and stripes; wort"'. QQ,
$1.25 for 0t
Self Filling Fountain Pens SI
Here's Yonr Opportanify in Jewelry Fads
ONE-HALF OFF ON BACK
COMBS AND BARRETTES.
20 OFF SILVER TOILET
50 OFF SILVER PLATED
ONE-THIRD OFF ALL
GOLD PLATED JEWELRY.
ONE-THIRD OFF FANCY
20 OFF ON SILVER
Advanced September Sole of Fall Merchandise
over 2 the first
tap of the school
bell has rung,
and the children
must be dressed
in new school
clotLes that ,mll
look neat, but
still stand the
wear and tear
given them by;
every robust boy
We have taken
a keen interest to
see that the chil
dren are supplied
with just the
things they need.
S h oes, dresses,
j n .-ui.
ci v hull tui tuai
will start the
first day right
and keep the
c h i l.d looking
neat, yet enjoy
ing the play
they should sat
ting, for children,
and the fairest of
fair prices have
made us leaders.
50c Balbriggan Shirts
and double seated
Drawers, ankle length,
strictly first quality.
Priced for this
week, garment . . OuL
Men's high grade Shirts,
coat style, with attached
cuffs, also French cuffs;
made of Imported Percale,
nicely laundered and well
made; large assortment of
new up-to-date patterns, usual
$1.00 and $1.25 values.
All our Men's 50c fancy
Silk - Four-in-Hands in
a large range of nobby
patterns, open 9Qs
enJ style LiO
Founes Gloves are the highest development in glove making. They
are the visible expression of what we believe a glove should be. Our
idea in purchasing this line of Founes Gloves was to secure the best
wearable possible. They fit like a glove should fit and wear like a
glove should wear. In them is combined style and individuality.
Tonnes white 16-button Kid Gloves.
Prices, $3.75 and
Founes white 12-button Kid
Gloves, $3.50 and
Founes black 16-button Kid (f
Gloves, $3.75 and tp.vl
Founes black 12-button Kid
Gloves, $3.50 and ,
Founes 2-clasp Kid Gloves,
any color, at $1.25 and . ...
Pins . . .
buys a 25c
Barret t e
Nail and Flesh
Brushes; all sizes
and styles, at lov-prlces.
Brassieres The $1.00
kind (closed either
back or front)
Broken lot of eorsets,
to close them out we
will ell corsets up
Our new fall llneof
Tailored Waists are In.
We carry the well
known Excelsior make.
The Excelsior is a
perfect fitting garment
and will be sure to
please the most fastld
Prices range from
$1.25 ,0 $2.98
Hose, 20c values 3
Ladies' Black Hose,
values . . .
CO OPERATIVE STORE CO.
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WE . SAVE YOU .MONEY
New arrivals ta high-cut shoes
Gun metal and patent CQ Ofl
leather, from $2.25 to.. tPl-UU
Gun metal and patent, button or
lacs, from QQ fifi
$2.00 to tpOAJU
Entire new stock of children's
high shoes, all kinds and all
Velvet, suede, tan, patent and
gun metal; range of prices:
$3.00 $3.50 $4.00
.These exceptional val
ues emphasize the advant
age of buying now.
72 Inch, half bleached table linens,
durable quality; assorted patterns.
98c gTade, per
64 Inch bleached mercerized table
damasks. 65c grade; per Kf
yard . OUC
32-Inch White Madras Walstlng.
floral and striped de- i f7A
signs, 25c grade, a yard. JL 4
80 Inch white Imported Marquiset
tes, plain, striped and embroidered,
worth up to Sac a yard, ftKe
per yard,. ...... ........ Ut)l
500 yards 83-inch soft finished bleached sheeting, O'iAn
27V4c value - .J-L
Ten Yards Limit to a Customer.
1,000 yards Zephyr Gingham, 32 Inches wide; 15c "1 1 n
values for A A'!
1,000 yards 36-lnch wide unbleached sheeting. 7c
20 Tarda Limit to a Customer.
600 yards Shepherd Plaid Suitings; 15c value, - f
per yard ..-.v.. Jls
The final great clearing of shoes has arrived. In order to make a
great, quick clearing of our shoes we have moved a great many to
Bargain Basement where they will sell
Ladies' Patent Leather Gunmetal Oxfords j
Ladies $4.00 Patent Leather Oxfords In Bargain j- QQ
Basement - JJX.OJ
One Small Lot of Sample Shoes 7Q
Gowns of fine
camb r 1 c with
yoke of embroid
ery and tucks; V
value .. . 0L
Ladles' long mus
lin skirts, with
flounce of tucks
Drawers, of fine
nal n s o o k, with
School Tablets and Compost,
tion books EJ
Dixon's Colored Crayon Pen-
per box ..,
Standard Qualltr Drawlnr
Crayons; 9 assorted col 'l
ors, per package .......C
Thomas Inks, per bottle, J
5c 10c 15c 25c ;
A complete line of Fruit
Jars Ball Brothers, Ma
son, Sure Seal, Schraum,
etc. at lowest prices.
A HIGH-NOON WEDDING TE3
terday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel J. Marsh of 1322 Fourth ave
nue, quietly celebrated the marriage
of their daughter, Miss Bessie Marsh,
and Worrall Cook Dow, son of John
F. Dow, president of the Davenport
Savings bank, and Mrs. Dow, a com
pany of some TO relatives and intimate
friends winiessicg the ceremony.
Attending the bride was her sister.
Miss Eva Marsh, as maid of honor,
while John Clarkson of Albia, who was
the roommate of Mr. Dow at Iowa uni
versity, Iowa City, acted as best man.
Mrs. Gilbert Dow, at the piano,
played the wedding march by Mendel
ssohn. The ceremony of the Episcopal
church was read by Very Rev. Marma
duke Hare, dean cf Trinity cathedral.
The bride was dressed in a dainty
lingerie gown elaborate with lace, em.
broidery and pin tucks, and made en
train in princess style. The long wed
ding veil fell from beneath a tiny
Normandy cap that was dainty with
f!oers and ribbon bows, and she car
r'ed a 6hower bouquet of bride's roses.
Mlis Era Marsh was in a white silk
and lace gown and carried pink Kil-
larncy roses. It was a pink and white
Mr. and Mrs. Dow left on the after
noon train for an extended trip. The
traveling dress of the bride was of
gray tloth, tailored, with which she
wore a hat to match. The young peo
pie will be at home on their return at
the Linwood farm of the groom, where
a pretty bungalow is in course of con
struction. MOCK-CAR RO LI
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
the approaching marriage of Miss
Amelia L. Mock, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Mock, of 426 East Four
teenth street, Davenport, and Howard
A. Carroll, of Davenport. The wedding
will take place Wednesday, Nov. 22,
at the Sacred Heart cathedral. The
announcement was made at a party of
Monday evening at the home of the
bride's parents, which was given in
i honor of the birthday anniversary of
j the groom-to-be. Covers were laid for
40 at the supper that was served, the
daintily handpalnted place cards bear,
ing the word of the coming wedding
to the guests. The bride has been con-
The Woman Alive
to her own brst interests, as sxn
as there is need, jll Lclp her whole
system with the tonic action of
All women should read the special
cirections with every boxi
Sold EverrwLcr la bout 10c mmi ZSe.
nected with the Harned & Von
store for some time. Mr. Carro
on of the well known young business
men of that city, the possessor of a
fine tenor voice that has made him a
favorite In musical circles. A number
of pre-nupttals have been planned for
THE MARRIAGE OF FRED AS
wege and Miss Hildur Cederberg.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels H.
Cederburg of 1 2 2JT Thirteenth ave
nue, Moline, took place, yesterday
morning at the parsonage of the
Second Congregational church. Rev.
R. S. Haney performing the cere
mony. Mrs. L. H. Cederberg and
Mrs. Haney served as witnesses. The
bride wore her traveling suit of tan
and a hat to match. They left fol
lowing the ceremony for Qulncy,
where they will make their home, Mr.
Aswege being shipping clerk of the
Otis Elevator company at that place.
THI MORNING AT 9 O'CLOCK AT
Sacred Heart church took place the
marriage of Miss Mary Louise Gan
non, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Gannon, 1432 Thirty-eighth street, to
Frank Pepping, son of John Pejjplng,
Fifteenth street, Moline. Nuptial high
mass was celebrated by Rev. J. F.
Lockney. The ceremony was witness
ed by a large gathering of friends. The
church was decorated In the wedding
colors, blue end white. Festoons of
white satin ribbon extended from the
sanctuary lamps to the pillars at the
sides of the church, and the altar was
banked with palms and white asters.
Lohengrin's wedding march was play
ed by Miss Lena Hutchlns at the or
gan. The bridal party w asled by the
ringbearer. Miss Catherine Bredar,
dressed in white silk and carrying the
rings on a gold plate. The brides
maids, the Misses Grace Gannon, sis
ter of the bride, and Martha Bredar,
dressed In pale blue messallne, wear
ing wreaths of roses and amilax In
their hair and carrying white carna
tions, came next, followed by the
bride with her father. The bride's
gown was a creation of white messa
llne and chiffon t and brocaded satlu
lace trimmed. It was made In empire
style, en tralne, and she wore the full
length veil, which was held to her
coiffure with a wreath of orange blos
soms, and she carried a shower bou
quet -of white roses. The bride was
met at the chancel rail by the groom
and his attendants. Lanrence Bredar
and Vincent Gannon of Davenport, a
cousin of the bride. Clarence Gan
non, brother of the bride, and Frank
Kemp 'of Moline were the ushers.
A reception followed at the home of
the bride's parents and a wedding
breakfast was served to 40 guests. A
large wedding bell of white clematis
was suspended from- the chandelier
above the dining room table and the
room was decorated with white clema
tis, carnations and blue asters.
Mr. and Mrs. Pepping will leave this
evening for an eastern wedding trip,
and after Oct 1 will be at home at
1405 Thirty-eighth street. Mr. Pep
pins' is a mtmbtr of the firm of John
Pepping & Eons, bakery, of Moline.
His bride has been employed In the
store of her father on Thirty-eighth
A WEDDING WHICH TOOK
place yesterday morning at 9 o'clock
in St. Joseph's Catholic church at
Greeley, Iowa, will be of interest to
many friends of the groom, who is
Johu Groves, of 403 East Fifteenth
street, and a well known Davenport
boy, who was united in marriage with
Mis3 Loretta Genevieve Fitzpatrick,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Fitz
patrick of Greeley. Rev. James Fitz
patrick of Marshalltown, Iowa, a
brother of the bride, performed the
ceremony and celebrated solemn nup
tial mass. There were no attendants
to the bridal couple, the witnesses be
ing Mr. and Mrs. Thoma3 Fitzpatrick
brother and sister-in-law of the bride,
Dubuque. The bride was dressed In a
white satin gown, made entrain, ia one
piece style. The long lace wedding
veil was held in place wifh orange
blossoms and the bridal bouquet was
of white flowers in shower effect. A
wedding breakfast was served at the
home of the bride after the ceremony,
and later Mr. and -Mrs. Groves left on
an extended wedding trip. They will
be at home after Oct. 15. in "The Mer.
riam," Cedar Rapids. The bride is a
graduate of the Visitation academy of
Dubuque, and is also a graduate of the
University of Chicago. Mr. Groves
was born and educated in Davenport
He is traveling representative for the
W. S. McLaughlin Coffee company of
MISS EDNA ALERECHT, DAUGII
ter of Mrs. Mary C. Albrecht, 1135
Seventeenth street, and Harold W.
Litten, 2911 Seventh avenue, were
united in marriage this afternoon at
3 o'clock, the ceremony taking place
at the home of the bride's mother.
Rev. E. T. McFariand, pastor of (the
Memorial Christian church, perform
ing the ceremony. The bridal cou
ple was unattended and the ceremony
mas witnessed by members of the
Immediate families and a few Invit
ed friends. The bride wore a be
coming robe of white embroidered
Swiss with trimmings of lace. The
wedding march from Lohengrin was
played by Frank Friestat and during
the ceremony he played softly. A
wedding luncheon followed the cere
mony. Mr. and Mrs. Litten left for
a wedding trip and after Oct. 15 will
be at home to their friends at 1409
Sixteenth avenue. Mr. Litten is a
member of the firm of Litten & Rob
erts, loans and bonds. Jlis bride has
been employed as corsetler at Mc
Cabe's department store.
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS KOHN,
824 Twenty-third street, Monday
evening entertained at a reception
in honor of their daughter, Miss
Margo Kohn and Henry Frankel of
Des Moines, announcement of whose
engagement was made some time
ago. Relatives and close family
friends from the tri-cities were the
guests, the out of town guests being
Mrs. S. Frankel, mother of the pros
pective groom, of Des Moines; Mr.
and Mrs. N. Frankel and Mr. and
Mrs. Mayer Rosenfield of Des
Moines, Miss Evelyn Milllus of St.
Louis, the house guest of Miss Alma
Mosenfelder, Henry Waterman of
Geneseo, Miss Irene Lobenstein of
Cedar Rapids, who is visiting Mrs.
M. C. Rice. The house was made
very attractive and beautiful with
great bouquets of asters, early
autumn flowers and foliage and
American Beauty roses placed in
wicker baskets about the rooms. The
guests were received by Mr. and Mrs.
Kohn, Miss Margo Kohn, Mr. Frank
el and Mrs. S. Frankel, bis mother.
Miss Irma Kohn assisted In the en
tertainment of the guests. Refresh
ments were served In the dining t
room, the table decorations consist-;
ing of a large basket of yellow and I
scarlet snap dragons. j
BUSY BEE ALL DAY SEWING.
THE BUSY BEE SEWING SOCI-!
ety will meet tomorrow for an all day J
sewing at the home of Mrs. Harry:
Pahl, Eighteenth avenue and Twenty
fourth and a half street. The ladles
will spend the time quilting and at
noon will enjoy a basket dinner. j
WOMAN'S MI8SION 80CIETY. j
THE WOMAN'S HOME MISSION j
society of the First Methodist church j
met last evening with Mrs. H. J. !
Olmsted, . 11S6 Fifteenth street.
There was a large attendance of
members and a number of new mem
bers were received. Plans were dis
cussed for the entertainment of the
annual meeting of the conference j
Woman's Home Mission society to j
be held here Nov. 16 and 17. The;
society was also changed last even-j
ing from a circle to an auxiliary. Fol- (
lowing the business session the fol
lowing program was given:
Paper, "Chinese Schools" Mrs.
Lot E. Willis.
Paper, "In Days to , Come" Mrs.
J. T. Taylor.
Piano Solos Miss Edna Lund
berg. Paper, "Work Among the Chinese
In California" Mrs. S. E. Mattison.
The committee served delicious re
freshments and a very pleasant social
hour was enjoyed.
RECEPTION FOR VISITOR.
MRS. J. T MONTGOMERY AT
her home, 1022 Twenty-first street,
yesterday afternoon entertained at a
delightful reception in honor of her
daughter, Mrs. Louis C. Maynard, of
Dallas, Tex. Between the hours of
3 and C about 100 tri-city ladies
called. They were received by Mrs.
Montgomery, Miss Montgomery and
Mrs. Maynard. Mrs. F. W. Bahnsen
and Mrs. William Stewart assisted in
the entertainment of the guests. The
house was made most attractive and
inviting with baskets and bouquets
of autumn garden flowers and foli
age. Mrs. Maynard, rrho has been
visiting her mother, will leave this
evening for her home in Dallas.
SPECIAL WORK MEETINGS.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
Broadway Presbyterian church will
hold special work meetings Thurs
day and Friday mornings at 9
o'clock in the church parlors. Lndies
of the church are- invited to attend.
All the news all the time Tho
You will see the approved styles for autumn
and winter in our present displays of
Tailored suits and coats
Practically tho whole third floor is
criven over to women's, misses' and
children's outer apparel. The ele
gance of the surroundings, lovely
with the splendor of newness, forms
a beautiful setting for the new
fashions. Fashion is dis
posed to he generous this
season and allows consider
able latitude in length and
cut of coats, in the orna
mentation, in materials and
colors and general effect.'
Fertectly plain suits are
quite as fashionable as the
heavily braided ones.
Coats are 23, 30 and 36 in.
Ion 2. You will find suits
of smooth, rich broad
cloths, others of r o u 2 h
heavy materials and still
others of hard. twisted
series. TKere are pretty
blues, browns and rays,
and of course, black. Mis-
sea sizes 16 to 18; women'
sizes 34 to 42 and stout
sizes 39 to 53.
$12.50 to $125 .
.Third rioa .'