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TZITCCDAY TE2 K0C2 CLAKD AEGUS APRIL 22, 1920.
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... V Hue Vim Hctttef.
D. It. Taaaar to b the ipeakw
tt Hi bui mating Friday after-
-worn held by the Woman Trade
tale Veao- a Industrial aalL
Be will apeak on the cooperative
awramast. The meeting wlU ajart
at i:3t. Satardar etranlng the
league; ia aponaorlng a card party.
The gamtt will be cinch and 60t)
wlU atart at 8 o'clock. Mra. P. J.
Carlaon la the chairman In charge
of the affair. ;-
V lekntM-Baanhera; Wedding.
Word haa been - receiyed n
Moactag the marriage of . Mis
Marie Elisabeth Bomberg. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mra. Ernest Bom
berg of Mollne, and Ernst Harold
Jc'twann. in hem Angeles, Calif.,
Tknradaar, April 12. After Mar 1
Mr and Mrs. Johnson will be at
b-a at S8M E. Woodlawn avenue.
1. a Bomberg family moved to Los
A&geles four years ago, and their
many friends in the tri-clties will
be Interested in the announcement
of this event. The bride has al
ways lived In Mollne. and was
graduated from the Moline high
achool, the Bodfors school of mu
sic and Augustana conservatory.
She has given many entertainments
In the tri-clties and is a musician
Of considerable, note. The bride's
mother was a charter member of
Eliza Garfleld tent No. 22, Daugh
ters of Veterans, and its first pa
triotic instructor. The bride was
one of the first color bearers of the
tent
ing a picnic the tret, part of June.
After a routine business session.
dainty refreshments were served by
the hostess. The club will meet
May 1 at the home of Mra. William
Robb.-1424 Forty-second street, r
Stidy Japan.
"The Women of Japan" was the
study topic at the meeting of Ruth's
oand of Broadway Presbyterian
church Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. H. O. Trent, 1029
Twenty-third street Mra. R. H.
Liitt waa in charge of the program.
Mrs. "A. E. Hanna read a paper on
"The Home Life .of the Japanese
Mother." Mrs. Mary Zimmerman
told the story of the life of the
slave, and Miss Edna Carl read a
' Lam Attendance at
There were 27 members present
at the meeting of the Ladles' Aid
society , of the Fifteenth avenue
Christian church Wednesday aft
ernoon at the home of Mrs. John
Scannell, 2215 Ninth avenue. The
hours were spent in sewing and re
freshments were served. The
meeting of April 28 will be In the
church. , V . .
Have PeaMe Weddlnjr.
Miss Inez E. Gotthardt, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William Gotthardt.
and Richard E. Sudlow of 1103
Fourth avenue, were married this
morning by Rev. W. G. Oglevee in
the South Park Presbyterian
church at a double ceremony, the
paper on "The Christian Life of the j other principals being Miss Lydia
To Repeat Play.
"An Old Fashioned Mother," the
play given April 15 and 16 by the
Christian Endeavor societies of the
Central Presbyterian church, will
be repeated Friday evening. The
performance will start at 8:15. The
play is a very clever sketch, evi
denced by the fact that this per
formance is given by request. The
Sunday school orchestra will fur
nish the music, and there will be
several candy booths.
Japanese." The factory conditions
and legislation affecting the wom
en and children in Japan was ex
plained by Mrs. George Schmid.
Miss Ella Montgomery read an ar
ticle on the "Christian Outlook in
Japan." The program was an ex
ceptionally interesting one. There
were short talks by the officers of
the band, and refreshments were
served. The members will sponsor
a tea May 12 at the borne of Miss
Ella Montgomery, 805 Twenty-second
street.
Have Father's ight.
Father's night is to be observed
at the Frances Wlllard school Fri
day evening. After the program, a
social time with refreshments will
complete the entertainment
program is as follows: Song, "Bye
Lo," 'by Miss Grace Harper and
chorus of first grade pupils; dance,
"Cahebogar" by pupils of first
grade; operetta, "Eight wee Maid
ens" by the Misses Virginia Paul
sen. Katberine Bollman, Rosemary
Gotthardt, Ruth Mary Tonn, Irma
Gordrum, Theresa Siegartner, Bes
sie Banscher, and Miriam Lynch,
and Robert Crum, Melvin Langman,
Louis Mart. Ralph Bedwell. Harctd
Haberthur; Raymond Haberthur,
Clovce Klnner, and Richard Smith;
recitation. "Hello," by Miss Helen
Ftey; song, "Tulip Awakening" by
pupils of second and third grades;
country dance by pupils of fourth
grade; talk by E. C. Fisher.
Dodge-Wheeler Wedding.
' Miss Maude Wheeler, daughter of
Mr., and Mrs. Elmer Wheeler of
S02H East River street, Pav
port, and Darrell Dodge, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Dodge of 417 Persh
ing avenue, ware married Wednes
day afternoon at the home of the
- groom's parents. Rev. LeRoy M.
Coffman officiating.' The attendants
were Mrs. Mvina Brewster, sister
of the groom, and Walter Whee'.er,
brother of the bride. The wedding
dinner was served in the evening,
and utter a short wedding trip, Mr.
and Mrs. Dodge will be at home at
417 PAPaliin. avtnna
J Program of McDowell flub.
J The following program was given
Mitchell studios Wednesday morn
ing: Piano duet, "Impromptu Ro-
cocco" Schntt
Miss Edna Mitchell and Mrs. Evlan
Sargent
Voice, "Joy of Spring" . . Woodman
Mrs. Henry Wheelock
Violin trio
a) "God in Nature" . . Beethoven
b) ' "8ummerlust" Schumann
Meedames Woodhams, Demerath
and Beal
Voice
a) "The Sweet of the Year" . .
Salter
b) "The Winds of the South"..
c) "It is Spring, Dear Heart"
' Ashford
Miss Bernice Hixon
Reading, "The Going of the White
Swan" Parker
Mrs. Henry Horst-
Voice duet, "Every Flower," from
"Madame Butterfly."
Miss Hixon and Mrs. Wheelock
Piano
ta) "Reflection On the Water"..
Debussy
b) "If I Were a Bird" ..Henselt
Miss Ruth Carlmark
: Mrs. Evlan.Sargent and Mrs. W.
O. O'Neill were the accompanists.
Heaitherbell flub.
Mrs. A. E. Oberlander entertain
ed members of the Heatherbell club
Wednesday afternoon at her home,
1131 Thirty-ninth street. All the
members, with the exception of one,
were present The fifth annivers
ary of the club is in May,' and
plans were made for some kind of
an affair to be given in celebration
of this. The majority of the mem
bers seemed to be in favor of hav-
To Have Recital
Miss Helen Mae Johnson, organ,
and Miss Harriett Swan son, piano,
will appear in an undergraduate
recital at Augustana college Wed
nesday afternoon, April 28. The
public is invited to attend this re
cital Friday evening, April 23,
graduation recital will be given in
the college chapel. The numbers
will be given by Miss Esther Pet
terson,' who has been a student of
Louis Kreidler, and Miss Ebba
Leaf, who has shown a great tal
ent as pianist under the direction
of Arvid Samuelson. Miss Petter
son has a charming soprano voice,
and in a number of recitals in
which she has sung in the tri-cities
has easily convinced her audience
of the splendid quality of her voice.
The program Friday evening will
be as follows:
Aria from Pflngst Cantata" t
Bach.
Snnatino AfnriAttt. Mount da
JnlIenuet, Anime" Ravel.
Care Selve, rrom the opera At
lanta" Handel.
"Lullaby" Cyril Scott.
"Still Wie Die Nacht" Bohm.
"Wake Up" Phillips.
"Birdling" and "Butterfly"
Grieg.
"Allegro, Con Brie. No. 1" Scott.
"Ave Maria," violin obligato by
Oscar Kubitz Bach-Gounod.
-"Concerto, G Minor, Andante,
Presto" Mendelssohn.
Miss Anna Peterson" will be at
the piano.
Celebrate Anniversary.
The meeting of Eliza Garfield
tent No. 22, Daughters of Veterans,
Wednesday afternoon in Swedish
Olive hall, Moline, was in celebra
tion of the eighth anniversary of
the organization of the tent. There
were more than 100 members and
comrades in attendance, and initia
tion ceremonies were held for eight
candidates. Four of these were
daughters of Comrade John Mur
phy. Two of his daughters have
been active members of the tent for
some time, and this record of seven
of one family on the roster is an
unusual one. Comrade John Dew
rose read a splendid original poem
on the tent anniversary. Comrade
Crompton, who has . recently re
turned from Florida, gave a talk.
The charter members were host
esses and served a dainty luncheon.
The tent will meet in two weeks,
Xonkey Xnt Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Swanson
entertained members of the Monkey
Nut club Wednesday evening at
their home. 1336 Thirty-first street.
There were 16 guests, and the even-1
ing hours were spent playing the i
game of hearts. A delicious lunch- j
eon was served in the dining room, j
where a vase of pink carnations
was the centerpiece for the table, j
Olson and Lawrence Hourigan of
Davenport Both brides wore trav
eling suits of dark blue tricotine
and becoming spring hats. The
corsages were of sweet peas. After
the ceremonies a wedding dinner
was served at the borne of Mrs.
Gotthardt 1123 Eighteenth-and-a-half
avenue. Both brides have
held positions with the L. S. Mc
Cabe company, and have a host of
friends to extend their best wishes.
Mr. Sudlow is a clerk, and he and
Mrs. Sudlow will make their home
in Rock "island. Mr. and Mrs.
Hourigan will live in Davenport.
Mr. Hourigan ia an nectrician.
Celebrates Fonrlh Birthday.
Little Miss Janice Marie Ma
thews was honoree at a birthday
party given Wednesday afternoon
at her home, 802 Second avenue, in
celebration of her fourth birthday
anniversary. The guests had a
happy afternoon with gameswand
contests, and in the dining room
the centerpiece for the table was a
pretty birthday cake in pink and
white lighted by tiny candles. Lit
tle Janice received many lovely
gifts. Those present were Misses
Dorothy Blecker. Evelyn Grothu
sen of Davenport, Rhoda Ander
son, Katherine Block, Janice Ma
thews and Master Robert Barnett
Sew for Hospital at Meeting.
The 11 members of St. Anthony's
hospital circle present Wednesday
afternoon at the meeting at the
home of Mrs. .. Frank With, 815
Twenty-ninth street, spent the
hours sewing. The hostess served
luncheon and the next meeting will
be May 5.
Social Announcements.
The woman's missionary society
of the Central Presbyterian chdrch,
will meet Friday at the home of
Mrs. M. R. rglehart, 1028 Four
teenth street.
Mrs. Lester Hewitt, 801 Forty
first street, will entertain members
of the woman's missionary society
of the Edge wood Baptist church
Friday. -
The ladies' aid society of the
First Baptist church will have an
all-day sewing meeting Friday in
the church.
cm CAIMl
INSTALLED BY
AMO LADIES
Six Haadred Attend Baaquet Pre.
ceding Cereaeales far Dav
pert Orgaaixatien.
There were 600 members at the
banquet at the Masonic, temple
Wednesday evening preceding the
installation services by , Amoo
caldron for the new Mohassan
caldron of Davenport The dining
room waa beautifully decorated in
black and yellow. During the din
ner the orchestra, eight children
dressed as pickaninnies, played a
program of ukulele, banjo and vocal
numbers. On each table was a
large basket of mixed flowers, the
handle being tied with a fluffy bow
of black and yellow tulle. Mrs.
Flora UUemeyer and - Mrs. Ella
Schwenker were in charge of the
dining room.
The installation services in the
afternoon and evening were held by
the supreme caldron of Rock Is
land. Amoo caldron was instituted
one year ago, and has a strong
membership.
Mrs. Josephine Mace, the past
mighty chosen one, was the install
ing officer and Mrs. Lucy Morris
the grand attendant. Mrs. Ida Pea
cock was the grand chaplain. Each
officer of Davenport Mohassan
caldron was ushered to her station,
as she was installed by members of
the Turkish patrol, who were in
costume. Mrs. Edna Hirtzler, the
mighty chosen one, passed through
an arch of palms formed by the
dancing girls, as she took her place.
A large basket of flowers tied with
tulle was presented to Mohassan
caldron by Mohassan grotto of Dav
enport in appreciation of the work
they are to undertake. A similar
basket was presented to Amoo
caldron bv Mohassan caldron.
Amoo caldron presented the mighty j
chosen one win a Douquet oi aartt
red carnations. Daughter Etta
Plank of Davenport presented gifts
from Amoo caldron to Mesdames
Josephine Mace, Nellie Oberg and
Anna Stevens for their assistance
in starting Mohassan caldron.
After the installation a reception
was held in the large lodge room.
There were 200 candidates from
Davenport and 100 from Rock Is
land. (
The evening services started at
7:30. Two of the candidates were
Mrs. Johns, wife of the Monarch
of Mohassan grotto, and Mrs. Cor
nell, wife of the monarch of Zal.
The regular meetings of the caldron
are held the third Wednesday of
every month.
ufday afternoon, tn charge of the
league and True Blae clasa. "
Mrs. J. F. Butler.- Mine Byrdia,
and Mr. and Mra. J. E. Bryant mo
tored to the tri-clties on Wednes
day. , -v.v '
Mrs. E L. Hanson and children
returned last week after an ex
tended visit in Kansas.
Mrs. John Ward and children
visited in Osborn with relatives last
week. . ' S '
Delos Fowler,' returned Tuesday
morning after a few days' absence,
bringing with him a bride of three
days. The news comes aa a com
plete surprise to his many friends
in this vicinity. He was united in
marriage April 15 to Miss Fern
PUBLISH PROGRAM
OF METROPOLITAN
QUARTET MONDAY
"The program that will be ren
dered Wednesday evening- at Augus
tana gymnasium by the Metropol
itan quartet appearing under the
auspices of the Tri-City Musical
club, waa made public today. The
quartet, which is an aggregation
of individual stars in the musical
firmament, m composed of Frances
Aids, soprano; Carolina Lazzari,
contralto; Charles Hackett, tenor,
and Renato- Zanelli, Baritone, is
Godfrey. at Hot Springs, S. D., the,Uon of its kmd in tne worid. Erin
ceremony taking place at the home Ballard is pianist. . Following is the
r9 th. It.!.'. MmuI tn I, a una. .
program: -. - .
Prologue from Pagiacci
Dnet From "La" Favorita," Act
HI Donizetti
Miss Lazzari and Mr. Zanelli.
Trio "Alerte on Voua Etes Per-
dns" from Faust ..Gounod
Mme. Alda, Messre. Hackett and
Zanelli.
Quartet "Bella Figlia Dell
Amere" from Rigollette, Act ,
IV ... Verdi
Mme. Alda and Miss Lazzari,
Messrs. Hackett and Zanelli ;
ALPHA
T Is the guest of Mrs.
Ammennan.
Fannere are anxious abott On,
oats as some are commeaciai
W. D. Allison' received JL.
'sage Tuesday afternoon thttkT
grandson, Richard Allison, ,
drowned in the lagooa in xJl
park. Richard is the only , ,
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Allison of qT
cago. The funeral service mu
held at Alpha Friday, burin to
summit Lvei cemetery. fi
E. E. McMullen was reeleetM fr1
. . ""II mm
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Today's Events
Today is the 175th anniversary of
the birth of Lindley Murray, the
grammarian. -
Twenty delegates to represent
Kansas in the Democratic nation
al convention will be chosen by the
state convention today.
Iowa's delegation to the Repub
lican national convention at Chi
cago will be named by the state
convention today.
The New York . Svmnhonv or
chestra sails todav to hezin an py.
tensive tour of France, Italy, Bel
gium and the British Isles.
1
Don't Suffer
From Pilos
HILLSDALE
Resolutions were adopted by the
members of the ladies' aid society
of the Methodist church on the
death of Mrs. E. C. Donahoo, ex
tending their sympathy to the be
reaved family. Mrs. Donahoo died
April 13.
Misses Julia and Helen Kemp
ster were Moline shoppers Friday.
A bakery sale will be held Sat-
of the bride's friend, in the pres
ence of a few immediate friends.
Rev. Benjamin Donovan, pastor of
the Methodist church of Hot
Springs, performed the nuptials.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
C. E. Godfrey of Chicago, a most
charming young lady, and np to
her recent marriage was a valued
employe of the government Dur
ing the period of the war she serv
ed over eight months in ' France,
being assigned by the Red Cross
as dietician at camp hospital No.
33, Camp Pflhtezan, besides serv
ing some six months in the service
at borne. The groom was for sev
eral months In "-the government
service at cantonments, before
leaving for the work abroad, hav
ing been assigned second lieuten
ant in the 803rd , pioneer infantry,
and serving some ten months in
France, and it was at Brest that
the happy couple met, and so ro
mantically culminated into a life
long companionship. The groom
is a prosperous young man of ster
ling qualities, and the best wishes
of. his friends are extended to the
happy couple. They will go to
housekeeping on his father's farm
in Phoenix township.
A fair sized audience greeted the
performers in "Six Sharps, One
Flat," Friday, for the second time,
which was highly satisfactory to
the league, the totals from the two
plays netting about $105, notwith
standing the disagreeable weather
and roads for both evenings' enter
tainment.
The True Blue Sunday school
class pleasantly surprised two of
their members on their birthdays,
that of Hazel Melody and Donetta
Waddell, both having birthdays
during the same week.' A two
course luncheon was - served, the
first at the Melody home, and the
second, consisting of ice cream and
cake, at the Waddell home. A so
cial time was enjoyed and the sum
of S3 was added to the class fund.
Hamilton H. Carter, a pioneer
settler of Castla Rock, Wash., ar
rived at the home of his nephew.
Homer Palmer, Tuesday evening..
Norman B. Marshall has pur
chased a new Moline Knight Six
car.
Mrs. Dave Waddell left for Gen
eseo Monday morning to be gone a
few days.
Miss Mamie Lawrence was a
week-end visitor at Erie and Spring
Hill .with relatives.
. The ladies' aid society will meet
with Mrs. F. D. Menze April 29 for
an afternoon session.
FAST BECOMING
a household necessity is the opin
ion expressed by one that knows
Abraham s Pecan Roll.
Leoncavallo
Mr. Zanelli.
Aria "Che Gelida Mamima" from
La Bobeme Puccini
Mr. Hackett.
Aria "Lieti Signor" from Ugo-
i Saturday.
i J. A. Widney spent WednMdth
Galcsburg. n
Mrs. A. C. Elker and Mrs. p.
I- n ira Tnhn Pull-ine ro-
turned home Saturday from their ! tor in school district Xa "
winter sojourn in California with
friends.
The Baptist missionary society
win meet wun airs. Mauiaa Anael Snearer wm emertain the v.v!'
son rnaay arternoon. dist ladies' aid Friday afternoM
The I. O. O. F. services that were the home of Mrs. Eilser.
held Sunday were well attended. j Sunday, April 25. at Hi,
The singing by jfce union chorus there will be roll call and abatim
was a pleasure to listen to. The; dinner at the Baptist church,
address was given by Rev. J. R. At the village election t.
lck..b. - . u - ikM k..!.!.. J ... . . HCH7
iououu, inniuK win: uwi lue iunuwiUK wrre rierTM
notti Meyerbeer
Miss Lazzari.
Aria 'Tn Bel di" from Madame
Butterfly. . Puccini
principles of Odd Fellowship;
lpVship, friendship, love and truth.
. Dr. Thomas G. Cocks, education
al secretary of the central Illinois
Mme. Alda. conference, will give an address at
Duet From "'Madame Butterfly" the Methodist church Sunday even
Art 1 Pucinni ing, April 25 at 7:30 o'clock.
Mme. Alda and Mr. Hackett. Mrs. E. B. Lever of Newark, N.
n ti
fel-1 anti-license ticket: "
Clerk J. E. Epperson.
, Trustees Peter Nelson. Wlliu
Rutledge and S. S. Douglas.
ronce magistrate S. C.
Curdy.
Committeemen H. D. Hu.
O. C Seeton.
rilV M
) family.
femsoP
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THIS VOSS WASHER, thourh only fir jara aM,
owned by Mrs. Clarlc ot ManhalltawD. I(iw. tad ka,
done washing enough in that Urn to krvs th nana
family in clean clothes for n eety years. Think of ttX
teen family washings a week fey fire years fifty years' ki
for the aTeraa-e family and the machiue is still coins atrsai
Read what Mrs. Clark has wiitten us.
Voss Brothers Mfr. Co.. Darenport, Ia.
Gentlemen: Havinc had wh satisfactory mnim
from my ' Voss E'ectnc Washer", boujrii of the SehnMt
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in? the wonderful performance of my Toss Slecttic
Washer."
This machine has been .used nearly every work 4st,'
for five years and has made me over $4,000 in that
time, t figure it has done work equivalent to at least
on year of family washing as I have averaged about
IS washings a week. I have spent but a few dollars m
repairs. 1 can surely recommend your machine to any
one interested in washing machines.
Very respectfully.
Mrs. J. W. Clark
S06 Bromly St., Marshailtowo, la.
fouM there be any stronger gnarantee of duality, amaMWr
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COMMUNITY I
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326 20th Si. 1325 3tth I
631 -17th St. Street
SYRUP Extra white. Use it instead of CA
sugar. Limited quantity left. No. 5 can . v
Sasaale Package af the Fan
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Offered Free to Prewe What
It Will Do far Tea.
Pyramid Pita Treatment stives
Quick relief from itching-, bleeding
-or
' protruding piles, hemorrhoids and
EhertS'Sefer Wedding. ,
Miss Viva Seger and William Eb
erts were married at a 10 o'clock
ceremony this morning by Justice '
J. A. Boman. Mr. and Mrs. James
M. Fox were present at the cere
mony. Mr. Eberts is employed in
the Rock Island Woodworks. After
a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Eberts
will make their home in Rock Is
land. Frieadshlp Circle Meets.
Mrs. Herbert Erickson enter
tained members of the Friendship
circle Wednesday afternoon at her
home, 2562 Eighth-and-a-half ave
nue. An apron sale was held dur
ing the afternoon, - and with the
proceeds the French orphan, sup-
purwu uy u.o wrc.e, to oa aaopi- such recUl troubiev ln the prlvac,l
ed for six more months. The bos-: of your horn, so cents a box at ail
tess served refreshments and May 1 druggists. Take no substitute. A
1 the circle will b .entertained at iU'pl
the home of Mrs. George Franks, ( per. if you send coupon below. I
uvi rweniy-iourtn street.
mi rr-a.i
Pyramid Certainly Fine ana Warfei
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MAPLE KARO Delicious on
pancakes, No. 1 y2 can
25c
BUTTER Fanciest fresh churned
creamery butter, a lb
69c
RAISINS Sunmaid Seedless
a pkg.
27c
MILK Pet, Dundee or tabby's,
tall size, 3 cans
40c
JAMS Sugar conditions makes the
prices on jam real bargains. All varieties
ASPARAGUS Griffin & Skelly's
brand, tender No. 2 size can ......
38c
Trinity Guild. ,
Trinity guild of Trinity Episco-!
pal church met ln the parish bouse j
Wednesday afternoon. After a bus
iness session the time was spent'
sewing. The guild will meet on
May 6. . i
FatEE SAMPLE COUPON
pnuioo arc ooaraurr,
' en Pyramid BUf atanaaU, Mica.
Klndly seM a Tree aaaml of
Kiaw.
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Street.
cur...
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Summer Prioes Now On
Fur Remodeling
Free 8torage en All Work
NOW IS THE TIME
Waiting, wishing, waiting, regretting Thia
ia the program oi many men and women both
young and ohf. . . v
Of an the possessions of the human race, time .'
" is the most valuable.
This is the time for you to start your prepara
tion for a better position. . You can begin
' Monday. f . : -
Brown's BusinessCollege
NUTMEGS Whole nutmegs,
Powder, a pkg
5c
CORN STARCH Pure,
a pkg.
10c
MAZOLA Or Douglass
1
uu, pmc can . . .
39c
EXCELLO CAKE FLOUR Ready Of
in a minute, always delicious, a pkg. . OUC
GOLD DUST Washing
a very low price, 7 for .
4Jc
CHILI SAUCE Yacht Club
a bottle .tvws.... ........
f . . . . . ,
29c
COFFEE-Spencer Square blend. That ACk
rich, golden coffee, freshly roasted, lb. . C
February 27th, 1920.
Voss Bro, Mfr- Co., Davenport, la.
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Thia i our. aeoocd machine and
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Very truly youre.
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HE opinion of thiVuleTregarding the lasting
efficiency and tremendous practical value of
Voss Washers iswell supported by the Rock I
land Club, an "organization of business'and pro
fessional men.' That this club appreciates
exceptional practicability and unusual efficiency
Rock island dub. Df the Voss is conclusively demonstrated by their
letter." reproduced over the signature of the club,
secretaryj .
VOSS Washing Machines
Sold On
Payments
as Low
as
$8.00
Per Month
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$98 to
$136
Biggest musical treat of the season. If the people in this vicinity only knew
what a big thing is the coming of
Alda - Lazzari - Hackett - Zanelli
The Augustana gymnasium would not be anywhere near large enough to
take care of the crowd. Here are four individual stars all in the Galk
Curci and John McCormack class in one concert.
Many have heard the records of these famous stars. Remember this con
cert is
Monday Evening, April 26; at
Augustana Gymnasium
Still some good seats left. "
Reservations at Cable Music house, Rock Island ; Tri-City Piano Co., Moline
and Schmidt Music House, Davenport
Tickets $2, $1.50 and 50c. Plus war tax
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