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- AYTHE' ROCK DEAND ARGUS APRIL' 13, 1920. 5 Cellist to Play Solo ' Numbers at Symphony Concert : Enrico Tramoati. harpist with ; the Chicago Symphony orchestra, ia the- soloist t the fourth of the win ter aeries ot concerts to be given by the Tri-City Symphony orchestra Monday evening in Rock Island and HnnriKT afternoon in Davenport. Besides the two solo numbers, he will nlav carta in some of the or chestra numbers. One which will he especially attractive is the Bal let suite "Sylvia,' something new for the orchestra, and is . being iven for the first time here. Fol lowing is the complete program tor thA concerts: ' Marche Slave Tschaikowsky Svmohony in B Mnior (unfin ished) ... Schubert Allegro Moderato. Andante con moto.' fa) Priere Hasselmans M Marche triomDhate du Roi David ...... ,;;vGodetrol(l rtnrrhe Trionmhate du Doi David Delibes Ballet Suite, Silvia. Prelude Les Chassesesses. Intermezzo et Valse lent. ';,-; . Hizzicati. ' ' Cortege De Bacchus. " .''; (a) Adagio Pathetique '. ...Godard (b) Minuet (StringB) j.Borxherlni Overture Tannheuser..... Wagner OTJrien.Anderson. ' 'V At a church wedding of yester day morning in Moline. Miss Kath erine Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Anderson of UOi Tenth street, Moline, became the bride of William O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. O'Brien of 1202 Twenty-second street, Rock Island. The ceremony was pc tread water and Australian crawl and float and occasionally get duck ed. Miss Lucille Oral horn will be the instructor. At 10 o'clock Wed nesday morning there will be a class for matrons under the direc tion of Miss Dorothy McCabe. The high school girls will have posses sion of the pool Friday at 4 o'clock. Those wishing to Join any class are asked to notify the T. W. C. A. Paul-Blake, ' ' Miss Minnie Blake, daughter of the late Margaret Blake of Daven port, and William Paul of that city were married Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the parsonage of the Evangelical Church of Peace, by. Rev. F. J. Rolf. Miss Arrtna Schroeder of Davenport and ' Ed Shore of that city attended the couple. The bride wore a spring suit of navy blue serge with a blouse of flesh-colored georgette crepe and a hat to match her: suit. Her flowers were a corsage bou quet of bride's roses and sweet peas. Mrs. Paul Mandville played the wedding march. After the cer emony there was a wedding dinner served at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. John H. Schroeder, on the Buffalo road, near Davenport Covers were laid for 18. Mr. and Mrs. Paul will be at home after May 1 at 102 West Seventh street, Davenport. The groom is employed at the Davenport Foundry & Ma chine shops. r Movie This E renin?. Tonight is the first evening that the Rock .Island Woman's club is sponsoring the" movie, "The River's End," at the Spencer Square thea tre. The story is from the book by the same name by James Oliver Curwood, and is a thrilling tale' of life and love in the northern coun try. The girls of the Service circle rtf L'tmr'n rhuiaMaro TI-1 1 1 nohaP1 at formed at & .o'clock at. -St. Mary thev evening performances and a church. Rev; Father Kelly ofqaK. Both wjH De gUDervjSed by ins. Mr. and Mrs. L.-f"aucr8- ut )Sfrg jonn Folev, Miss Kate Lar Chicago were the attendants... The ; kin-an1 Miss Helen Krell. The bride wore a sown ,oi -dark bluef woman's club is sponsoring he pic pussywillowj.attcta. with a hat tolture tomorrow evening also. match and a ..corsage. oonH". "'.h.- .. - sweet peas and rosebuds. FoIIomM-- - iijpim.peaKtrnm, ins the cweuiony a weding break- Misg jU(ijth Peaistrom, daughter fast was served at the home of the of Mr. 'and Mrs. Alfred Peaistrom bride's parents, covers being laid of 60-f First street was. married to for 38 relatives and friends. The j,eter Hjem o jioline at 'a home table was decorated with yello-.v t.eremony which -was solemnized and white, the chosen colors of the i Saturday evening by . Rev. Karl bride. Mrs. O'Brien has been em-1 Niisgoni pastor of tne First Swed. ployed by Uecro & Co. for the paU ish Lmheran church.: The cere four years. She is a Rraduate from mony was performel before a com the Moline schools and from the panv of reiatjTes ana friends at Immaculate Conception academy in 6:S0 Migs ydia Peaistrom, sister Davenport. Mr. O'Brien is a grad- 0f the bride, was maid of honor nate of the Rock Island school3 nn(1 EmU Elander of-Moline was and attended Aui;ustana college: He oest nian Tne Dri(Je was.g0wned is .in the emdit department of in a becoming frock of blue silk and Ileerp & Co. After a short wedding !ler flowers were a corsage bouquet trip Mr. and Mrs. u urien win uv at home at Thirteenth avenue, and Ninth street, Moline. ; Miss Hattie Larkin r To Marry Southern Judge Late in June Mr.' and Mrs. C J. Larkin of 55S Thirtieth street : announce the en gagement of their daughter. Miss Hattie. to Frederick A. Middleton, son of Mrs. Carolyn Middleton of New Orleans, La. The wedding will be an event of late June. Mr. Middleton is a prominent lawyer in New Orleans and Judge; of the circuit court. The" announcement will call forth the best wishes of Miss Larkin 's many friends in the tri -cities. The exact date of the wedding will be announced later. Study Christian AmericaoizatkM. Christian Amencanisation was the topic of the study at the meet ing of the Ever Ready circle of the First Baptist church last evening at the home of Miss Katberine Robb, 1208 Fourteenth-and-a-half street.. Miss Mae Jacobsen, the president, presided at the business session. Mrs. J. A. Gunther and Miss Annette Dempsey were in charge of the. study program. Re freshments were served during the social hour. " The next meeting of the circle will be May 10. Will Observe 24th Anniversary. Fay Hawes camp No. 281, Royal Neighbors,, will'-.celebrate the 24th anniversary of the organization Wednesday evening at a social meeting to be held at Math's hall. A splendid program has' been ar ranged for the affair and all mem bers are asked to attend. , Court of Honor Installs. Officers were installed at the reg ular meeting of Black Hawk court No. 523, Court of Honor, held last evening at Math's hall. There were a number of visitors from Daven port courts, and three applications tor-membership were balloted upon favorably. A valuable piece of fan cy work was sold, Mrs. Carl Miller being the purchaser. Refreshments Were served and cards and dancing was enjoyed following the ceremo nics. Officers installed were: Chancellor Mrs. Margaret Rid dell. . Chaplain Leona Ray. Guard William Lyons. Sentinel Lacy Vast. Qua Shallberg 423 Twenty-third street - This will be the annual meeting and officers for. the year will be elected. - ' Entertains Fer Clab. Mrs. T. D. Mbberg, 715 Twenty- second street; is entertaining this evening at her home jtor the Audo con club, which is made up ot the Augustana Book Concern girls. There will be a supper at 4 o'clock after which there will be a short business session, and then enter tainment for the evening. Te Present Play. "An Old Fashioned Mother is the name of the play to be given Thursday and Friday evenings by the Christian Endeavor society of the Central Presbyterian church at the church.. The cast, has been practicing regularly -under the -direction of Mrs. W. 6. Murphy and the play promises to be well pre sented. Following is the . cast of characters:' Deborah TJnderhill, a mother of Israel Miss Blanche Bromley. Lowizy Loxiny Custard, plain sewing and gossip Miss Bessie Bladel. ' WBder Bill Pindle, leader of the choir Miss Marie Burgert ... Gloriannia Perkins,, Just as good as gold Mrs. Frank Parks. Isabeue Simpscott, the village bell Miss Dorothy Pleasants. Sukey Pindle, a wldders mite- Miss Dorothy Damon. Jerremiah Gosling, Jerry a- heart R. E. McGowan. Brother Jonah Quackenbush, a whited sepulchur M. J. Jones. Charles Underbill, an. elder brother Emmet Burr. John Underbill, a prodigal son Harold Arndt. ; Enoch Rone, an outcast Louis Greiner. t Quintus Todd, country ' sheriff Illsley Rexdale. Meet at the Church. The ladies' aid society of the Oak Grove United Presbyterian church which was announced to meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. . J. B. Homblidahl, is to meet at the church. All the members are asked to attend. Ahieti-Cartberg. Miss Lilian Carlberg. daughter of William Carlberg, , 841 Seven teenth avenue, Moline, became the bridge of Roy B. Abietz of Rock Island, at 6:30 Saturday evening, Nielson, Edith Entriken.'Geraldine Layton, ' and - Masters , Gerald Brown, Ned Nlelson, Lloya netge. Robert Tietge. Richard Nielson, and William Bfust Study Sheet Story. "The Twentieth Century Short Story" was the topic of the after noon meeting of the study depart ment of the Rock Island Woman's club yesterday in the parlors of the Masonic temple. Miss Alwilda Young was in charge of the meet ing, and read a paper on "The Place of the Short Story in Literature." Mrs. Grace Freeman read a paper on "The Short Story Form" and analyzed one of O. Henry's short stones.. After the program, there was a general discussion of the topic of the meeting. The present executive board was named as the committee to arrange for the pro gram for next years. The annual meeting of the study department wil be held May 10, . Entertain At Evening Party. Mr. 'and Mrs. Leon Zukin enter tained the Independent Working men's, circle, . branch No. 66, Saturday- evening at their home, 1027 Ninth street During the evening Morris Andich played several se lections on the piano, and . Mrs. Baker sang. Louis Andich gave an ; interesting; address.- A delic ious four course luncheon was served late in the evening. LnekewB is Per Weaeavf"tfety. The luncheon to be held at the Y. W. C. A. Thursday noon to deter mine the action to he taken in con nection with the county home ad visor is for all women of Rock Is land county.. There will be representatives- from . each township in the county. Those who expect to attend this luncheon 'are asked to call the Y. W. C. A. so that places ! hall. furnish the treat' at the Municipal Tuberculosis sanitorium the last week ot April, and the girls will bring their gifts of Jellies and home made dainties ' to Sunday school April 25 for this. After the bible study, refreshments were' served. The meeting of May 10 will be held at the home of Mrs. C. J. Wlnans, 1810 Fifth avenue. -' Entertains Daughters ef Covenant. The Daughters of the Covenant of the First Methodist church were entertained last evening at the home of Mrs. J. C. Bodewig, 1616 Twentieth avenue. This was one of the most interesting and enter taining sessions of the year. Mrs. F. K. Rhoads was in charge of the scripture ' lesson, and Mrs. L O. Schultze led in the study lesson'. Readings pertaining to the lesson were given by Miss Grace Noftsker and Miss Marion Hubbard. There were 45 members and 10 guests present, and it was reported that 125 calls had been made during the month; After the business ses sion the meeting took the form of a pre-nuptial affair for the two bride-elects - present. Miss Norene Robertson, who will become the bride of Raymond Walker, and Miss Ruby Williams,' who will mar ry William Mathers. Refreshments were served by the social commit tee. The next meeting will be the semi-annual tea to be held May 10 at the home of Mrs. William Paul sen, 1229 Twelfth street. Social Announcements. The Community club auxiliary will have a card party in the club rooms Thursday evening. The game of 500 will be played, and this is to be an invitation party. The Lady Elks will sponsor a card party and dance Thursday aft ernoon and evening in the Elks' SPRINKLE FLOWERS OVER V : ! i LACY FROCKS, SAYS PAR5 may be reserved. Risley.Petersen. Miss Margaret Petersen, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Petersen of Moline; and Dick L. Risley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Risley of Davenport, wejre married yesterday morning at the parsonage of the First Christian church in Daven port -by -Rev. C. R, Neel. Mr. and Mrs. - Harold Brewbaker . attended the couple. ' The bride and her at tendant were .both in spring suits of blue with fancy blouses of geor gette crepe. The young couple will remain for the present at the The Woman's Relief corps will meet in Mc.norial hall Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock for a busi ness session. the ceremony having taken place at 1 Risley home and will go to house- Court 'n. Ul t Meet. .. Court .No. 31. Court of Honor, 'will meet tomorrow evening when the tri-city degree staff and the Rock Island drill team will exem plify the ritualistic work. Several candidates are to be initiated, and plans vere. discussed for the con vention which is to be hold in June in Davenport. i y- Oriranize ?leiv Club. The Intermediate boys'- depart ment, of the Oak Grove United Pres byterian church .met last evening at the church when they organized a c'.uh to he known- as The Patriots. .There are 11 charter members. Of ficers were elected and a constitu tion drawn up, after which games were played. The club is com posed of -boys between, the age of It and 15 years. ' Sniilh-Fisher. Miss Hazel-. Fisher and Glen Smith of this city were married at 11 o'clock yesterday morning in the office of the officiating Justice, W. W. Scott of Davenport. The groom vs employed at the Universal Trac tor company nd the' home will be in Rock Island. Now Swimming Term Starts. This week marks the beginning of a new term in the swimming classes started by the Y. W. C. A. and held and the Augustana college pool. The term will consist of 12 lessons and Anyone may. join these classes. Those who want two lessons a week will join the Monday groups for which special classes are held at 7 and 7:40 o'clock. "The 7 o'clock class is for the advanced swimmers and at 7:40 the beginners learn to ot sweetpeas. Miss Lydia Peai strom wore a dark silk dress and her flowers were carnations. A wedding dinner . was served the company of 20, spring flowers j asked to come dressed for a bard adorning the'tabies. Mr. and Mrs. times party and there were several Hjelra went immediately to house-1 unique costumes. Games sugges- ' ('. E. Meeting at Church. Following the regular meeting of the Christian Endeavor society of the Central Presbyterian church held last evening at the church, a kangaroo court was conducted, which created no end of fun. Frank McMeekin was the judge and Irving Wright the attorney. Jim Jones served as sheriff. The affair had been arranged by the social com mittee and refreshments were served. The members had been the residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Burmiester, ' 1728 West Seventh street, Davenport. Rev. C O. Nor land, pastor of the First Lutheran church, Moline.. officiating. The bridal couple was attended by Miss Viola Carlson and Gorge Tensing, both ot this city. The bride wore a pretty frock of dark blue taffeta and her hat wn a small model of the same shade. !from the dancing party sponsored keping later in Davenport. The bride is a. graduate of the Moline high school and attended Augus tana college. The grooom is con nected with the Are department at the Rock Island arsenal. Clear $75 From Dance. The girls' guild of the Sacred Heart church cleared about $75 Nothing New Under the There is ample proof that the wnmen of antiquity knew the value and practiced the art of retaining youthful lines. They were not unlike the woman of today, who stands out in every assemblage as being Just a bit in advance of the5 mode. Well, she has managed to put a suggestion of youthful roundness into, her figure. not curves of- restriction or -stiff ness. Oh, no, but the softly round cd curves of the -natural figure around the waistline, trained by the magic of the right corset, to em phasize feminine roundness. And in walking uand-in-hanj with the mode, one has only to make the corset the basis of one's career. Regardless of woman's position in life, there are some things that not even a daughter of. Eve will stop to argue about. Her. faith is pinned to a comprehensive knowl- edce of her corset. We take for granted that you do not neglect such commonplaces as fresh, neat-fitting gloves or well : fitted shoes, and we say to, you, if you like Back-Lace Corsqts, wear Madame Irene the French corset because they can do more to trans form a wonlan's appearance than .any other one thing which she wears. 9 McCabe's consulting hygienist and thoroughly experienced otters will be gladVtp assist- you - in- 4he ejection onne-wimei corset Tor -our. own individual, needs. keeping in Moline. Mr. Hjelm is employed at the John Deere ocm pany in Moline. Mi Bunning Entertains Gnild. Miss Nellie Bunning entertained members of the Westminster guild ot South Park Presbyterian church at her home, 2S35 Eleventh-aDd-a-half avenue, last evening. The 12 members present made plans for the mother and-daughter banquet to be held at the Y. W. C. A., May 11. The time of the next meeting was not definitely decided upon. ir. Evans Gives Talk. Dr. W. A. Evans, editor of the "How to Keep Well"' column of the Chicago Tribune, spoke yesterday afternoon before the members of the Davenport Woman's club and visitors from other clubs in the vicinity, the meeting - having -been announced as an open one when all club women were invited to bo guests. His subject as "Health of Some of Our Racial Stock," and in discussing the health of differ ent races, and their tendencies io disease, or strong racial character istics of resistance to sickness, the speaker explained the great waves of immigration - that have swept over America in the j)ast years. He showed how the high birth rate of these foreign peoples, many pos sessed of strong, healthful tenden cies, have given racial color to the great industrial centers! "There, have , been 35,000,000 im migrants to the United States and of these, 24,000,000 have come in since 1880," stated Dr. Evans. "The original stock was Eng lish and Scotch-Irish, the two great waves of immigration prior to 1880 were Polish, and Bohemian, Italian and . Scandinavian. The heavy immigration since.1880, plus the. high birth rate . prevailing among these, groups, has given them more than 'half the popula tion of the great industrial centers of the country. "Just prior to -our 'entrance to the great war as many immigrants were passed from Europe to Amer ica as the number of soldiers car ried to the old world from America in .any year of 4he , war,. While the presence among us of the great number of persons in. these racial groups contributes" to the diffi culty of our health situation, it has some advantages to compensate; and the speaker went on to ex plain: "The Italian stock is rela tively free from consumption; they have less than their share of in fluenza, and racial stock suffering unduly from influenza have some immunity . to . consumption. . The Scandinavian stock always has a low baby death rate, and they also teach us physical development, and Slavic races tend to correct our alarming tendency to a low birth rate In 1914 there were 101,000 classified as Hebrews in the United States. They also are a strong race and have the advantage, of a low baby death rate, a. low-general death rate, "and a low consumption rate."" -i-'.JiliCS,: - To Meet Wednesday. ' -i-" The parent-teacher association of the Audubon school will meet in regular session Wednesday after noon at 3 o'clock. A musical pro- tivc of hard limes were played. Mr. Mun,nr in Speak. T. A. Murphy will speak to the members of the parent-teacher as sociation of Kemble school at the regular meeting to be held at. 3 o'clock at the school building. Mr. Murphy's talk will be along the line of Red Cross work in which he has been interested and taken an ac tive part. Mrs. William Ullemeyer will give a report of the district convention. The attendance of ev ery mother te desired at this meet ing. Sevens Continue Study of Korea. "Korea" was the topic of study at the meeting of the Sevens last evening at the home of Mrs. H. A. Clevenstine, 4425 Twelfth street. Miss Jane Kearns read a paper on "The Open Door," dealing with the laws concerning the allowance of countries to enter Korea in a polit ical way. Mrs. Lee Hazard gave a splendid paper on "Korea .Today." At the conclusion of the program, refreshments were served by the hostess. The meeting of April 26 will be held at the home of Mrs. KANSAS SOLON'S DAUGHTER LIKED BY CAPITAL FOLK Urg attendance of mothers is ex PQCttda. :'...''. I V IMP' vv fj' tiMauEa Ayrea. She wore a corsage bouquet of roses. Miss Carlson was in - tan Baronette satin and her flowers also were roses in corsage ar rangement. The wedding dinner was served at the Hotel Blackhawk. covers having :-;en laid for the bridal, party and a " few - intimate friends. Mr. and Mr . Abietz will make their home with the bride's father in Moline. Mr. Abiets is em ployed as' salesman for tr-c Swift company of Rock Island. Friends will shower the young people with best wishes for a bright future. Pre-Suptlal for Miss Onielia. Mrs. O. P. Beals of Silvis enter tained last evening at a pre-nuptial party for her sister, Miss Elvina Omelia. daughter of Mrs. John Omelia of 1626 Thirty-fifth street, who is to wed Ned Kenard of Iowa City, some time this month. The guests were 25 friends of the bride elect. The parlor and dining rooms were decorated with Dowers in the rainbow shades, tbe chosen colors. Miss Anna Dormandy of East Mo line took t"he first prize in one of the contests and Miss Julia Lawson in . the other, , while Miss . Irene Clark of Rock Island took both consolation favors. A delicious coursed luncheon was served by tbe hostess. The honoree was pre sented with many lovely gifts for her new home. The bridegroom elect is a farmer and the home will be on is farm near Iowa City. Eastern Star Social Ctreie. The Eastern Star social circle will meet in the parlors of the Masonic temple Thursday after noon. This is to be a business and social session, and will start at 2:30. Mrs. Sain Entertains for Miss Alien Mrs. Joseph Dain, Jr., entertain ed this noon at a luncheon for 14 tri-city friends at her home, 1110 Tenth street, Moline, for Miss Elizabeth Allen, who will be a bride oi Apm zi. a . vase of snap aragons was tne centerpiece for tne one large table at which the guests were ' seated. Bowls of spring flowers were used about the rooms. The hours after luncheon were spent informally. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. C. N. Chubb enter tained for Miss Allen at her home. idat ronrtn avenue, Davenpoit. Bridge was the diversion of the aft ernoon, and tea was served at 5. o'clock in. the dining room, where Mrs, Joseph Dam poured. . Miss uorouy ttrennan. oifrince. Ed ward Island, -who. is visiting' her aunt, Mrs. H. G. Roberts, was an out-of-town guest. Miss Allen re ceived a uamiy guest favor. . - Spenser Movie at Majestic. ' The Elisa J. Humes chapter, women of the Moosehart Urion I cleared the sum of 30 at the mov ing picture tney sponsored at the Majestic theatre yesterday after noon. "April Folly," featuring Marion Da vies, was the picture. - Has Birthday Parti. Little Miss Arline Brust was hon oree at a pretty party given Sunday afternoon at the-home of her par ents, 740 . Fourteenth street in celebration of her third birthday anniversary. Games were played during the afternoon, after which refreshments were served in the dining room, where a large birth day cake with lighted candles, gave a festive appearance to -the' table. The birthday girl received many pretty gifts, and the aJtprrw.n a happy one for all present. The Licensed to Wed Joseph E. Miller East Moline Daisy A. Sivets East Moline Frank Callant Moline Anna Van Brunner Moline John Johnson .' Moline Freda M. Anderson" Moling Lorenzo Kline Perry, Ia. Mrs. Anna Rail Perry, la. r - i tA III V vdu j r:4 .lit in Pansies and wistarl a over gold tissue. BI CORA MOORE. Xew York's Fashion Authority. New York. Of course, you have A n ii n-t kn m nf li a Aim n si Ac-c as who have won fame and fortune in ! near i what Paris is doinS about the United States arc Americans only by adoption. Peggy Hyland is of English birth, Australia con tributed Enid Bennett and Annette Kellerman, and Canada is the birth place of Mary Pickford. flowers! Sprinkling them over frocks of chiffon or tulle, lace or silk in reckless fashion. Here, in this gold tissue gown over lavendar satin that Belle Story wears in "Happy Days" at the Hip podrome, is an excellent exiopli of the Parisian mode. Straggling clusters of pansies and witUrii, each tied with a 2-incu satin nV bon, are caught to the gold, time at intervals around the skirt below a series oi naii-incn iucks, ug I strand of tbe flowers decoratwtlie. corsage, which is a little surpjia affair. Finally, there is a girlies soft lavendar satin. Miss Pauline Ayrea, daughter of Representative William A. Ayrea of inafd. umrT T. Yfiu--ne JW'as-t-arrange,: ndLansas.ia one-,or uie-mort popular jTletge- Jesaie - Hoilwood Meanor last evening at the Blackhawk hotel ball room.;-. Wrizon's six piece or chestra played for the dancing which was enjoyed by 100 couples. The affairywas one of the largest anu most successful of post-lenten dances. , , Will Observe Anniversary. Rock Island chapter, Xo. 269, O. E. S.. are to have an indoor picnic tomorrow evening at the; Masonic temple, in celebration of the 26th anniversary of tbe institution of the chapter. The meal, iwhich is for all members and their families, will be served at 6 o'clock, and will be followed by a short business session for the members while the guests are entertained with a pro gram. Following the session cards and dancing will be enjoyed. Any member wishing to get information about the dinner is asked to call Mrs. L. R. Mace, the committee chairman. Mrs. Caldwell Entertain Tnion. Mrs. R. S. Caldwell of 3907 Sev enth avenue was hostess last even ing to the members of the Augus tana W. C. T. U. The meeting opened with a song by the mem bers and scripture reading and prayer. Miss Ellen Jennisch gave a vocal solo and also a reading and this program was followed by a business session. It was decided that the union would help the nurs ery in Chicago by a gift of money, while Miss Anderson, a guest at last evening's meeting, explainer! the work which was being done at ! tne nursery. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess and a so cial hour followed. Miss Ellen Jennisch- at her home, 413 Fifteenth street, Moline, will entertain the union May 10. Meet in Parish House. Vestment guild of the Trinity Episcopal church met in the parish house yesterday afternoon. The hours were spent sewjng. and the ladies will meet next Monday. Monday Study Club. ' Mrs. Fred T. Myers entertained members of the Monday Study cinb at her home, 1726 Twenty-first i street, yesterday afternoon. Mrs. M. E. Sweeney read an excellent paper on Macedonia, and a consid erable part of the afternoon was spent in discussing current events. It was decided that next year's, program would be a study of Asia and modern fiction as suggested by the program committee, com posed of Mrs. F. O. Van Galder, Mrs. Allan D. Welch and Mrs. C. J. Searle. April 26 the club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. M. E. Sweeney, 1230 Twenty-second street. To Have Social Group No. 4 of the First Baptist church B. Y. P. U., will entertain Friday evening at the home of Miss Annette Dempsey, 1117 Second ave nue. The affair is to be a social and. a program for the evening has been arranged. ' Send Box to Orphanage. A box of clothing was packed and send to the orphanage in St Louis,; maintained by the National Benevolent association at the meet ing of the Queen Esther circle of the Memorial Christian church last evening at the home of Mrs. Walter Robinson, 2431 Nineteenth avenue There were 21 members of the cir cle present, and the sum of $16 was turned in from the experience contest The tales of how the money was earned and the experiences en countered in the earning were verv To You Who Have Been Waiting for Furniture Prices to Come Down members of the younger social set Brust, Pauline EnWken MiWS '?leres"n5 "a amusing. Some of in Washington. D. C. . iffW The constant and definite trend of the market is so conspicuously upward, and the prospect for an indefi nite continuation of this tendency is so obvious that Shallene Bros, accept it as a duty to disabuse the pub lic mind of anv anticipation to the contrnrv. -What the future may hold none of us knows, but we do know that the whole world is readjusting itself to the new order of things. And when we buy home furnishings we do not look upon them as so much material, but as a source of com-, fort, of enjoyment, of home culture and refinement, and on these we can not fix a price for they ars price less. "' ' And so 'Shallene Bros, pass along the thought that even at the higher level of prices, worthy home furnish ings provide a sound and profitable investment, the div idends from which will be' paid every day throughout the years to come, in priceless home comfort and enjoyment. Shallene Bros, are always glad of the opportunity to assist home makers in beautifying their homes and in achieving most effective results at least possible cost. a Buying at Shallene's Means a Good Deal. CARPETS gftu GS New Store, 1320-22-24 Fifth avenue In the Loop.