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THE ROCK ISL.AXD ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1913.
I'mr j I
lev Longwell, Ben Forcythe. Harold ltnois and is a member of Sigma Nu
Rathbun. DavenDort: Fred Spurgeon, fraternity. Mr. Vandervort is a young
Rudolph Shallberg, Albert McCune,
Fred Smith and Ralph Cowley.
ETUDE CLUB MEETING.
A MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAM
was riven at the meeting of the
busfiness man of Moline and is me
chanical engineer for the John Deer
Flow company of that place. Bloom
Etude club yesterday afternoon at the
Tear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Does a
boy of know what love is? 2 I
am engaged to a voting; man of 2I and
be asked me to go to the poBtoffl'-e
with him, where he received a letter
and would not even let me see the en
velope when I at.kd him to, and told
me that It was his brother's, but posi
tively refused t lt me see the en
velope. Advise me what to do. He
pretends to be a -very religious man.
f3) Does he really know he. loves mv
1 have already consulted my mother
fl) No. But Le thinks he does. (2) ; ..,
Tou ere -nosev." Make up vour ; MrR- Thompson: What w.ll re
mind ri.ht nnw that vm, win h.ve no move chewing gum from a blue serge
right over your husband's letters and j
that be will bave no right over yours.
If you can't trust him to do what Is
right, give h'm up right now. (."ii He
MISS CLARA YOYE W AS UNITED
home of Mrs. Chars Meier. 519 West ' in marriage to Gustus G. DeBlaere
Eighth street, Davenport. There were . yesterday morning in Sacred Heart
a number of guests present to enjoy ; church, Moline, when nuptial mass was
the afternoon and after the program j celebrated at 8 o'clock and Rev. Fath
rpfrpchmpntR were served. At the ; er J. B. Culemacs officiated. Attendants
business session Miss Norma Wiese j w ere Miss Helen Stealens and Julius' Our buyers now in the east, sent you these smart Stylish
was chosen delegate to the National ; De Blaere, a brother of the bridegroom. silk suits pUrchased way below value and offered to you ac
Federation or Musical clubs meeting , Following the ceremony the wedding r J
in Chicaeo. April 21-25. The program j pnrty went to the home of Arthur De COTCUngly. Among them are beautiful Silk suits Matles-
as given yesterday was: Rf ed, where a wedding breakfast was sa, Figured Moires, Bengalines, Plain silks in tans, leathers
fierman Dance Beetnoven i sfrrea. Mr. ana Mrs. uetsiaere
Miss Bertha Denis.
u"x . blacks, blues, taupe, bronze and the new combination coat
Mrs. r.. Appiequjsi.
'not approve of your going out with Perpetual Movement on S eber
bovii. I hop" that is the truth, my , Miss Aimee Knoaie.
! make their home at 43 Fifth avenim.
Burleigh : Ke is employed at the Moline Plow of one tone and the skirt in contrasting shade. Silk suits
are quite the go and this salelsrings the latest styles to you
b Behold the Master Fasse'h by 'company. His bride, although born In
t Hammond i Rock Island, has made her home in
neigiuui since sue was eignt years
old and came to America again three
Nymphs and Fauns Bemberg
Mrs. John Scott.
The Song Without Words
Miss Hilda Hinrichs.
(a) Minuet in G Beethoven
(b) Etude Chopin
Miss Gertrude Blair,
(a) The Lullaby From Jocelyn ...
T-ar Mrs Tlumnson: -I) I am a
ought to and probably does, or he I hoy of 1 and deeply n love 'iu a
would not have asked you to marry girl of 15. and I think she likes me.
him. 1 1 have never pone to dances, but she
! likes to go. Do you think it would be
Ttur Tt Tririniftann Ml TTrtw Attn I wise for me to eo to dance?? Or how !
could 1 keen her from going, as
like the other fellow she goes! -mips -Norma n ice-.
(?. 1 live nine miles from her ! Love's Rapture Korrnener
Iots cold cream make hairs crow on do.' t
face? (3 1 Am going to give a party; with?
SATURDAY MATINEE RECITAL.
THE PUPILS OF THE MISSES
Lillie Cervin and Effie Johnson, piano
teachers, and Algert Anker, violin
teacher of Augustana conservatory of
music, will give a matinee recital to
morrow. The piano pupils are the
Misses Naomi Moren, Mollie Graham,
Edna Johnson, Ruth Bcrgendoff. Ag-
Ohiira.tr. Miss Htnricbs.) ieE ADranamson, Ethel Hess, tuiaua
(b) Song of Sunshine. .Loring Thomas I Johnson, Hazel Johnson, Eleanor Eric
Miss Ruth Benkert. ' I son, Irene Nystrom, Regina Rosenberg,
I ! Arabesque DeBussy ' Florence bamuelson, Eunice Magnus-
should I Invite hoys" Ml Whf-n some, j borne. I go once in two weeKs. is mat
one calls you up on the phone and j too rt-n ? (.It Is It wrong for a girl
doesn't give the name, should I ringj'o let a fllow kiss h'-r if they intend
off? i'.i Af'er I wash my fa e it j to get married? RALPH.
shin-s. What (an I ilo so I won't (li Until of you are too young, my
have to powd-i ? t c A boy fri"nd hoy. Wait until you are really a man
wanted to take to the show, I re- . and know what love is, before you set
fused. Now he wants 10 take me I yourself on a girl. You won't like that
Raln. How din I let iiim know Iikind of a girl at all. probably, when
won't go without hurting hie feelings? , you are 21. You can't cure her of lik-1
Just 'Fore Christmas . . . Eugene Field
Miss Gene Robeson.
(a) A Little Way Victor Harris
(b) The Rose of Tester Even ...
Mrs. A. P. Griggs.
Miss Ne'.son, Miss Mae Smith and
The violin pupils are the Misses Olca
Johnson, Andora Larrison and Hilda
Peterson. These Saturday matinee re
citals have proven very charmmg and
the work of the teachers has been
very highly praised.
LECTURES OF PANAMA.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
at most attractive savings.
$140 silk suits at $125
$125 silk suits at $95
$50 silk suits at $45.00
$39.50 silk suits at $35
$100 silk suits at
$90 silk suits at
$65 silk suits at
$55 silk suits at
Mrs. A. P. Griggs were accompanists Luther league of Grace Lutheran
for the afternoon.
church at the church last evening, J.
The next meeting of the club was "auoerg gae a very grayinc auu
When I 1Ill"rcBl-111o icviuitr uu lutr r aiwiua a'
1 PTT 17 ! : .. . . .1 . ... ,. r ,1 T n-rtnlftn't
(11 1 kp a mixture of irlvrerine sinrl 1 niH-iue vj.ti to start roin to nubile . K " nol a-nri tha iclanHo nt tic cnntVi Mr
rosewater and wash the haiifln of'en In idancs, as they always do more harm ! Mrfl' W '?.f'K 'x,- lUZtLl Tha n!l i Kauberg spoke last evening as the 200
Tor Man,Woman & Child
HRock Island,! ll.
KAYSER ITALIAN AND
VENETIAN SILK UN
ION SUITS, VESTS AND
Itn.l -.1..r ..r - .V ,1 ..,wl - .An,,ontnrl -lth i riinuri.
a t..i.i., :., ,.,,.o,.i.i f Mnrl.. ci,o 1 tf''u
n i rim mur .tin uiur piimuh. ' n v i via- . k-ii-
will nof. it Yen. 1 1 1
person will give his tiauie f.'i A piece j probably likes tlu other k'nd of fel
of chamois pnssid over tlir face. wi'h-iow lutter than your kind. (2l No.
out any powder, will take away tliejtSi it is not wror.g for a girl to let
shine. (Ot Tell liitn your luoU.er (liH-sjber "lnt"nd4" kiss her.
Wiese and Mrs. A. P. Griggs and In-
! dian and plantation music will be
APOLLO CLUB BANQUET.
THE APOLT.O LGEE CLUB CE1
pictures were thrown on the screen tions and festoons of pink and white
and explained them in a most inter-; paper. In a guessing contest the
esting way. He prepared the slides prizes were won by Miss Mamie Wynn,
himself and they were exceptionally j Miss Catherine Hall and Miss Eliza
good. Views of the canal, the missiBn beth Anthony. The bride-elect, was
stations in Porto Rico, scenes in Trin- j presented with manv pretty pieces of
idart, the battle fields in Cuba, sugar 1 jjnen, the gifts being daintily wrapped
mills, and the new home will be in
MRS. ANDERSON HOSTESS.
MRS. SIDNEY ANDERSON, AT
her home, 1040 Fourteenth-aud-a-half
street, was hostess yesterday after-
I . i i firot nnniverRarv Wednes- u"u""io ' - auu croum mio tne room in a siuuu uuun lo a vuuiinuiy vi iaui a a
muemmm eoratea us nrs 1 a"D1" e gar, the business and home life of rart At 10 o'clock a course lunch was ! party. Three tables of the game were
3 tyT Id.a, ff. "g, 11l?:,,Z rll the natives of the -country, the fruit served. pink and white being carried played and Mrs. Naylon and Mrs. An-
tne l. .vi. a . a. uu.iuiuB m trfes and numerous other scenes were ;nt in th(1 derson took thp favors in the games.
f . . . t-t.- .r if li r noil anms nnn Trf hh. . I -
numbered forty. C. A. Larson, presi
; dent of the club, after welcoming the
' guests and reviewing the first year's
! work of the chorus, called on E. W.
HOSTESSES TO TRI-CITY LADIES.
MRS. J. B. JONES OF THIS CITY
orh 01 ,ue t"oru,,"1"7" " and Mrs. August Paulsen of Moline
O son to pres de. The address of the , t ,. -r t-i,.i-v-.
. T, . , entertained a company of Jo tn-ci y
evening on "The True Essence of Mu- f" :r " ,:.
COMING OF ACE PARTY. ' nouncing that "dogs carry tailp." and cto was bv Professor Carl J. Soder-
MK. AND MKS. El). COWLEY EX- this one was carrying a tale for the grpn 0f Augustana theological sem
tertamcd 1 young people Wednesday company. Kalpb then reading the an- jnary. Mr. Olson read an original
evening at dinner in honor of the 21st nouncctm 11. Latvr a program of nopm entitled "The Land of Song."
birthday anniversary of their son. toasts was triven. When Mr Cowlev t ionc,,,, thu roanorta of the game
Ualph. A feature of the evening wan i:t hi Mithiiay enke. there was an", the club to the ladies and Chrte Ped-; ,he EaineR 10 Mrs- Frank W. Kautz,
'he aiinouuceuieiit or ttiu t-iimgein -i.t otiier message :iuen' the coming wed- er-e- rei-ronded o the oast. "Our : Mrs. Etnil Helrabeck of Mohne, Mrs.
if Mr Cow lev 'k m.s i.'ntn d.i.L- reiert ii. r i..v.r ..;,.ir,.,i . .'"'"' ; . , Marv Regelburgge of this city, Mrs.
. -- r.. ... w ...... , ,!,., i.eaner. 1 iiutr mf uut-twuu KJL - .
North, to Fred Spurgeon of Molii e. vith a play ou the names of the pro- Yngve Joranson the chorus gave sev
he announcement coming as a gre ir st.cti' e brii'e-to-be ntid the bride- roi tno- -,nrl two duets from Glnn
ri.tprUe to the friends or the young n..,: to -be. The marriage date has tarne were sung by the Joranson son of this city. Late in the after-
-ouple present. The first intimation ;.ot jet been announced, but it will brothers. Miss liach'el Anderson gave noo' a fine course supper was served
f a heart iiffair was given when I he t. in the near future. The home will a dramatic reading. The Apollo is the table decorations consisting of
uet were culled to the table, the l e in .Moline. 'r. Spurgeon having preparing for its spring concert to be spring flowers, and small flass were
chandelier being de orated with an bought a house in the east end of the jriven at the Zion Swedish Lutheran , given as favors.
arrangement of pendant hearts, while city. yr. Spurgeon is employed in church May 8, under auspices of the j '
little white ribbons tied in true lov- the ollicv of the Moline Plow com- brcJherhood of the church. MRS. HINKLEY HOSTESS.
MRS. E. A. HINKLEY AT 1 lr.lt
ladies at a delightful afternoon party
at the New Harper yesterday after
noon. The time was passed very
pleasantly playing cards, 500 being
Six prizes were given in
F. C. Harttung and Mrs. Mary Seji-
mer of Moline, and Mrs. Emil Jaccb-
Those present at the dinner:
es Esther (Ir in'liatn. (Jra"o Child.
eis' knots, connected tt.p plates for pan
Miss North and Mr Spurgeon. In
front of the houoree'ts p!a e was a Anna May Simmon. Amy Mayfield,
I nUsonie cake liearin:: 21 lighted etui- liessle Ka'hbun, Ia. 'lipcrt ; label
dins and covers for 21 held appropriate Lundberg. nt li North. Margaret Hood,
place cards. When nil were seated Charlotte Fisher and Mabel Johns'on,
"'aster liaytnond Cowley carried hi l: ck Island: Mi ssrs. Will Pearsons,
I'M dog to h's bvn'lier s place, an- Harry !ionah..o. Kolx rt Cow ley, San-
PROGRAM FOR UNION SESSION, home, 291ft Seventh avenue, was host-tiii.-KniunviNC
PROGRAM WILL ess yesterday afternoon to the R. O.
SURPRISE MISS KING.
THE CHOIR OF THE MEMORIAL
Christian church pleasantly surprised
Miss Georgia King at her home, 10 10
Sixteenth street, last night, Miss Cora
Graves acting as hostess. The even
ing was delightfully passed with g. ncs
and music, Frank Freistat being a so
loist. Dainty refreshments were serv
ed, and the choir presented Miss King
with a set of handsome silver spoons.
The last, of this month Miss King will
move to Mason City, Iowa, with her
parents, where they w ill reside perma
nently. DRUGGISTS' AUXILIARY MEETS.
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE
druggists held the monthly meeting
yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Charles
T'liemeyer on Fifteenth street. At the
business session routine matters were
discussed and the afternoon was then
The hostess served a delicious lunch
lato in the afternoon, using carnations
to trim the table. The afternoon pass
ed in a very pleasant way.
MRS. HOSFORD HOSTESS.
enjoyed the very Interesting reading
given by Mrs. N. J. Forsberg, after
which the hostess served light refresh
ments, DORCAS SOCIETY COFFEE.
THE DORCAS SOCIETY OF THE
Third Christian mission held its month
ly coffee ypstorday at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Nichols, 1G03 Twenty-eighth
street. After the business meeting a
very pleasant social afternoon was
spent In sewing and chatting.
Oakloaf camp 1495, Royal Neighbors
of South Rock Island, will give a
ing, April IS. The affair is for Neigh
bors and their friends.
"iffffffl i'i'i I' llilif' "
given over to the game of 500, in
be followed at Hie meeting of the 13. club. The game or sov was piajea w men trie prizes were won uy .mi s. ; afternoon was very enjoyable. - here
' r . l. .u I , .A lpa tl Wh nt- IT.. 1 i .1 it.n .'1,.-1,. ' , ; 1 1 i. .. ,
Yoime People's Presbvterian union at nu me p suing m no. .i. uco- non y mm, cm ..na. . uoi i n pre several musical nuuiuura uy nus,
the rn'.ted Presbvterian church to- lan of Watertown, first; Miss Ednajstrate second
night, beginning at S o'clock:
Short business meeting.
"The Work of the Young People's
MRS. RICHARD HOSFORD AT HER dancing party at Woodman hall in
new home. Eighth street and Elev- houm Kock Island Wednesday even.
enth avenue, Moline, yesterday enter
tained a company of tri-city
ladies. Five tables of bridge
were, played with favors going
I to Mfp. Ken Mitchell of this city,
'Miss Helen Ficke, Mrs. Dendrlch
j Richardson, Mrs. Dick Iane and Mrs.
i Decker French all of Davenport.
Spring flowers trimmed the tables and
u course lunch followed the games.
TRI-CITY EMBROIDERY CLUB. j
THE TRI-CITY EMBROIDERY I
club met yesterday at the home of
Mrs. William Quick, 3111 Fifteenth;
street, Moline. The attendance was
unusually small on account of the
forbidding weather, nevertheless the ;
Mrs. rilemeyer serv
; Kane of this city, second, and Mrs. J. ed a course supper after the fames.
I W. Tenney of Moline the all cut prize, The society will meet again the second
: all of which were hand painted plates, j Thursday in May, with Mrs. William
i The hostess served a very elaborate ; rilemeyer, 1107 Nineteenth street.
lunch after the games, .miss tana
' -. . , 1
, I'nlon of Clinton " R. A. Crawford.
j Music by male quartet.
"Christian Service for Young Peo-
I pie" Dr. E. A. Begs of Clinton.
I Music by male quartet.
After the meeting of the union, ttie
Chris'im Kndeavor of the church has
invited the company to rema'n for a
social time as their guests, for which
; ample provisions have been made,
i both in the w ay of program and re-
; freshtr.er.ts. It promise to be a very
profitable and interesting evening, and
i all the members of the union are in-
j vit d to be present.
Kane will entertain the club the sec
ond Thursday in May.
SHOWER FOR MISS HALL.
MRS. ANDY SINNETT, AT HER
home on Fifteenth street, and Fifth ave
nue. Wednesday entertained 20 young
women at a linen shower in honor of
Mi6s Sadie Hail, whose marriaee to
Ixtuis Sperling is en event of next
week. The house was very prettily
trimmed with pink and white carna-
OLIVE CINCH CLUB.
THE MEMBERS OF THE OI.IYE
Cinch club held their usual' pleasant
meeting yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Fred Temple, :;r,2" Fifth
Ueatby, a house guest of Mrs. Lam
bert, also by Mrs. Whitlein of Moline.
A delicious buffet luncheon was ,
served bv the hostess.
ZION LADIES' SOCIETY.
THE LADIES' SOCIETY OF THE '
Zion Lutheran church met with Mrs.
C. E. Danielson. 803 Forty-first street,
yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Sophia Es
bjom and Mrs. Gustav Esbjorn as-
THE ENGAGEMENT OF MISS
That will remain moiit
Every housewife who bakes her own
bread knows that if a little potato is added
Daisy Parker of Davenport, a member the sponge, the bread will not dry out j
of the force of clerks af the Fisk &
Mrs. J. W. Temple took the first prize,
a hand-painted plate, Mrs. Frank Sper
ling won the second favor, a pair cf
embroidereu pillow slips, and Mrs. A.
C. Stouffer took the consolation favor,
a plate. The hostess served a course
lunch after the games. Mrs. E'in- r
Grafton will lie the hostess in two
Smart $7.50 Hats
on Sale at ....
Loosley department store and Al-:
phonte De Scheppers of East Molire
was announced Wednesday evening
Then Miss Parker entertained a com
pany of tri-city girl friends at her
home. There were 20 guests who en-:
jcyed a delightful social evening. A
delicious luncheon was served at a
prettily decorated table. Streamers
attached to the place cards held nut
shells at the other end and they con
tained fortunes for the recipients.
Miss Parker's containing the announce
ment of the engagement. Mr. De
K C will be found to have distinct ad
vantages over any other Baking Powder
for doughnuts. K C is a double acting
baking powder with which a large batch of
doughnuts may be mixed and fried a few at
a time. The last will be as light and nice
a the first
K C Potato Doughnuts
By Mrs. Nevada Brings, of Bilking
avenue, Moline. In the games of cinch j fitted the hostess. About 40 ladles
Evaporated fruits are ex
cellent in pies. Fine fla
vor, convenient and eco
nomical to use.
Apples, lb. 13c, 2 lb3. 25c
Raspberries, lb. ... 30c
Prunes, fancy, lb. . . 10c
Raisins, seeded, one
pound package lOo
Raisins, seedless, lb 10c,
3 lbs 25c
F. R. KUSCHMANN,
2207 ,4th Ave. Phone 933. 8
REV. I. O. NOTHSTEIX. AT THE
; parsonage of Grace Lutheran church
tr. tTvik doughnut that will remain moi:i '"p marriage of Mis- fecK.a I!
and tresn tor several days.
Cilil. Qaugiiiep 'i' -Ts. .iiiH.i jouusoii
150 Railroad avenue, Moline, and Ar
thur II. Tod, 41112 Fifteen h street,
Moline. The couple was attended by
Miss Elsie Ohline and Fred Daven
port, both of Moliue. The bri-ie and
her attendant were dressed in pretty
white gowns and they carried sweet
peas. Mr. Tod is a roller at -.tie sel
S eupt flow, t eggs; I eup
auaar: A level tsatooonfula
The M. & K. New Millinery department is fast gaining fame Scheppers is proprietor of a clc-rMng KC Baking Powder; i Ua-
im - . , c .... - store in tasi .-viouae nuu lue youug tpoovrui tan; leaevounjut
for Its smart displays Of millinery at modest prices. Just to pPOp;e will make their Vine there, mace; 1 eup cold mashed
add a little more popularity we place on sale a smart gather- . The wedding is to take place in June
ing of $7.50 hats in the latest small shapes for women and a, ?th Pa"U the pT?e ?,bt
. . . . church in Davenport. Miss Parker will
misses be sure to see them. They're $7.50 hats and the , be honored guest at many pre-nuptial
best values in the tri-cities at that-tomorrow on sale at $4.95. parties previous to the wedding.
potato-1 cup milk, or more
Mil. AND MRS. C. E. SCHNEIDER
of Srri East Monroe street, announce
the engagement of their daughter. Miss
Ixrraine V. Schneider, to Franklin
('. Yandervort of Mo'ise The
dicg will take place In tte near fu
Sift three timei, the fiour, talt, ipice ar.d
biking Powder. Beat eggs with rotary
beater, then still using rotary beater, grad
ually add sugar, then work in the majhei
potato with a tpoon and alternately add miiic
and flour mixture. Make a (oft dough, roil
Miss Schneider came to this: into a iheet, cut into rounds, pinch a hole ia
c!ty three years ago with her parents taecenter with the nnger and fry in deep uu
from Grand Junction. Iowa, and is a Fat for frying thoulJ not be hot enough
graduate of St. Man 's academy of that to brown the doughnut until it ha ritn.
C, iilace. While in Blooraineton sbe has' When the doughnut is dropped into the fat
Htf'nade a large circle of friends and is, it wik to the bottom. Ai oon a it comes
I , , ' rj-jite prominent in social circles. Mr. i P ? houM be turned and turned number
I !rnPrVA.'PaP , . . . of times while cooking. This recipe n ex-
, anaervoorx is toe son or rjr ana j.r. 21 they do rot ake the Ut in fryir i
i. v. .suuriiun ui ivvj .iw.u nd wUl tay moist tor oaya.
j street. He attended the Bloomington .
i high school and the University of II- i (Adrertteemeat.)
Only a Few Days More ofl
Low Rates to the Coast 1
and intermediate points April 15, last day of sale.
Settlers' Fares eaoh Tuesday in April to points in
Alberta, Manitoba, Montana, North Dakota and Sas
katchewan. For full particulars ca!! on
MISS D. ODEN", Piisscsger a?ent.
F. A. RIDDELL, Ticket agent.
Phone West 6S0.
Fresh creamery butter,
per pound 3iy2c
Strictly fresh eggs,
per dozen W2o
Two boxes fresh
Four bunches green onions
or radishes for 10c
per pound 10c
Fancy, crisp white celery,
lo for 150
two bunches 15c
two pounds 25c
Fancy large grape fruit.
Good eating or cooking
apples, per peck 29c
To pounds Oood Luck
butterine for 45c
Finest cream, Ixing Horn or
brick cheese pound 20c
Two packages pancake
Three cans Karo
syruP 2 5c 3
beven pounds bulk oatmeal 25c
Thre; packiigfs natnu-al .. 25c
'i lirfe f ill poand packages
Dill pickles, dozen 15c
i Three packages macaroni or
j spaghetti 25c
I Three cans tomatoes or early
Juno peas 25c
Four :hii3 corn 25c
f Six cans Pet or Van Camp's
i Itegular 30c coffee,
V"r pound 25c
Two pounds gin;;erBiiaps, soda
or oytiter crackers 15c
y Two tall lCc cans salmon 25c
Keguiar 2:.c tan lemon cling
peaches for 19c
Four pounds navy beans or
Jap rice 25c
Eight har3 I.pnox eoap ... 25c
h'jven boxes Noiseless
Twenty pounds best cane
granulated sugar $1.00
Jersey Cream Hour SI. 2 9
Oold Medal or Ceresota flour,
per sack $1.39
per sack $1.49
We give special prices on
flour or canned .goods when
bought in large 'suautii ies.
MM OiSffiy to.
TOO Twelfth Street.
Old pbor.es west 443 and 869.
Delivery to any part cf the city
Phone ycur order early.