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Talented Soprano " Winm AHmiratinn , ;: 0 Loca Friends t"- meet in two weeks, JOB Dig xiuiuucr uu H1m EMker MalmroM, soprano, aang beter a company of acme J 50 Maada an Interested follower! of musical folk at the Masonle tem ple -Tharato ' areninf. and eon pkrtalr eatWfled Her audience with her exeepttoaal rocal talent. Her voice la remarkably sweet, the kind thai does not diminish with any aaMnt of training, and her high note are exceptionally clear, smooth and even. Many local peo ple had not had the opportunity to hear Mlaa Malmrose in recital be fore and they -ware greatly sur prised at her beautiful roice, while others who hare followed her for some years noted- the wonderful improvement gained by sincere ap plication to vocal training. The program from beginning to end proved the singer's ability. Miss Malmrose was assisted by Miss Hulda Peterson, violinist, and Miss Nellie Swanson, pianist - The program opened with a group of four lyric numbers, "Do Not Go. My Love," by Hageman, and "Tarantella," by Boyd, the first two being the best liked, while Wheels the Silber Swallow,'" by Milligan and were enjoyed. the evening'a program, "Shadow Dance-Dinorah" by Meyerbeer, is a . difficult composition, full of runs, thrills and ataccatl. Miss Malmrose sang this perfectly from the tech nical standpoint, and the selectisn was so greatly appreciated that the audience fairly outdid itself ap plauding. Miss Peterson, accompanied by Misa Mildred Nelson, gave a group of three beautiful violin numbers, ' the Adagio (from Concerto minor) Bruch, G adman's Pastorale Religleuse and the Sehubert-Elman Cradle Song. In the next group of four num bers by the soprano "Values" (Van darpoof) and "Robin, Robin, Stng Me a Song" (Spross) were the best, an encore being demanded. The other two were "The Captive Lark" (Ronald) and "The Call of Rhada" (Ware), "Vallgossens Visa" (Myr berg) the Swedish shepherd boy's " song, opened the next group, while Swedish cradle song, sung perfect ly, "Sot, du mln 1111a" (Hagg), to violin accompaniment was really beautiful. Then followed two more numbers, equally beautiful, "Irme lln Rose" (Peterson-Berger) a Nor wegian song sung in that language and another "Mod Kveld" (Groa dahl). Miss Peterson gave another group of three numbers, ending . wtfh "Romance Andalusia" (Sara sate), which she played so beauti fully that she was called back fori aa encore. .Twe evening program closed with ."The Coyote" (La- Forge), "Spring Serenade" r (Gil berte), "In the Woods" (Bizet) and "The Enchanted Forest" (Phillips). Coffee is Well Attended. The monthly coffee of the ladies' aid society of the Memorial Chris tian church Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr F. A. Graves, 1(00 Twelfth avenue, was well attended and netted a pleasing sum for the treasury of the society. - About forty -ladies were present during the afternoon hours. Assisting the hostess in the dining room were Mrs. P. H. Edwards, Mrs. Frank Patterson. Mrs. Frank Percy, Mrs. Sam Wright, Mrs. F. R. Wright and Mrs. Steele. The regular meeting of the aid society will be May 14. . Thursday Club. The Thursday club met Thurs day afternoon with Mrs. Edward Die,erolf, on Ninth street. Mrs. J. P. "McElroy of Chicago, who is the house guest of Mrs. E. M. Kehoe of Moline, was a special guest of the afternoon. The game of 600 was played at three tables, the prises being awarded to Mrs. E. Fuller and Mrs. Charles McDonald. Mrs. J. Brown received the all-cut favor. After the games, dainty refresh ments were served. The club will Tat; Day Tomorrow. Detailed plans' have been made for the tag day to be held Saturday by the Fred Shaffner unit, auxili ary to the United Veterans of the Republic. Mrs. John Bedford, the 1 national president of the auxiliary. will be at the Harper house all day, and all members and those who are to assist can get the tags and boxes from her there. To Give Another Dance. The drill team of Camp No. 85, Woodmen of the World, will give another of the dances in the spring series, on Wednesday evening. May 12, at the Odd Fellows hall. Brucn man's orchestra will play for the dancing. These dances have been so successful that the announce ment of the next one will be read ily received. Coffee at Geer Home. The regular coffee of the South Park Presbyterian church was held Thursday afternoon at thecoma of Mrs. Ed Geer, 1620 Twenty-fourth-and-a-half street, when a good number of members were present The business and the usual pro gram were dispensed with and the afternoon spent in sociability only. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Geer, who was assisted by her com mittee. The next coffee will be held May 27 at the home of Mrs. Will Long, 1604 Thirtieth street. Te March la Parade. All Odd Fellows are asked to meet at the hall Saturday, after noon at 2 o'clock to march in the Americanization da parade. The delegation will be headed by the band and Canton No. 8 in fall uni form. The line will be formed on Fourth avenue and Eighteenth street, and they will join the pro cession there. All visiting mem bers are asked to join and march with the lodge members. Dslaaer-JehasoB Eaa-aarsjcnt An nounces. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Florence Johnson, daughter of S. E. John son of 2948 Eighteenth avenue, to Alfred T. Dulaney, son of Mr. and Mrs. B: F. Dulaney of 2012 Sixth avenue, Moline. Rev. W. B. Slater will officiate at the wedding, which will be an event of May. Miss Johnson is employed in the art noodle work rtenartment of the Harned & VonMaux department store in Davenport. Mr. uuianey is a machinist at the Rock Island arsenal. The new home is to be in Rrwlr Inland A nnmher of nrennn- tial affairs will be given far the bride-to-be. To Have Fancy Work B&xar. The ladies' sewing circle of the Evangelical Church of Peace will have a bazar at the church next Thursday, May 6, afternoon and evening. Fancy work of all kinds will be for sale, together with a variety of potted plants. Mrs. Lou isa Bertelsen is chairman of the general committee in charge of ar rangements for the affair. Light refreshments will be served during both the afternoon and evening hours. At the meeting of the circle Thursday afternoon the ladies worked on the quilt under con struction. The bazar will take the place of the regular sewing meet ing next Thursday. Pur was attired in a dark suit with, a hat to match and wore a tea rose georgette crepe blouse. Following the ceremony the wed ding company returned, to the Lex ten home, where dinner was served to 25 relatives at a table attractive ly decorated with pink and white. Mr. Mehuys - spent 15 months overseas in the motor transport corn, and Mr. Larsen spent 15 months overseas with the 4th divis ion of infantry. After a short wed ding trip,. Mr. and Mrs. Mehuys and Mr. and Mrs. Larsen will be at home at 2026 Second street, Moline.! DaagWers Baaqeet Mothers. Eight' mothers and . daughters of the . Fifteenth Avenue Christian church enjoyed the banquet planned and prepared by the daughters in honor of their mothers, Thursday evening at the church. After the delicious meal a program was car ried out which included an ad dress of welcome by Mrs. Fred W. Slagenvert, piano numbers by Mrs. Howard Hankins. a toast "To the Daughters" by Mrs. Guy William son and a response "To the Moth ers" by Miss Iona Robinson. Miss Marguerite Williamson gave a vo cal solo, ending the program, and the remainder of the evening was spent In informal sociability. The affair was a decided success, so cially and financially, as over $38 was cleared. Has Birthday Party. Mrs. Walter Hedrick at her home. 311Vj Nineteenth street, entertained at a prettily appointed birthday party yesterday, in honor of her birthday anniversary. The rooms Double Wedding Ceremony. A double wedding took place Thursday afternoon when Miss Minnie Larsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larsen of 1858 Third street, Moline, became the bride of Francis J. Mehuys, son of Mrs. Au gusta Mehuys, 1616 Fourteenth street, Moline, and Miss Pauline DePauw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. DePauw, 427 Sixteenth avenue, Moline, became the bride of Charles E. Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larsen. The ceremony, was performed at the rectory of the Sacred Heart church. Rev. Father J. B. Culemans officiating. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Ward Teller. Miss Lar sen wore a dark blue tailored suit with a black lace hat to match, and wore a corsage bouquet of bride's rosea.. Her blouse was of peach colored georgette crepe. Miss De- CUT FLOWERS and Flowering Plants SALVIA, COLEUS, GERANIUMS potted and in bloom. Also FERNS and CALENDULA CUT ROSES AND CARNATIONS All at our usual underpricings. This store will be closed tomorrow (Americanization day) during the parade. Parade is scheduled at 2:30 p. m. i mwmm a naacet- owner was servea. a large cake, with lighted candles. waa presented to -Miss uopp, ana with the birthday wishes and im promptu toasts the affair became a most enjoyable celebration of the anniversary. Plans were made for the bakery sale to be held May & in the church. Mrs. John Forgy Is chairman of the committee making arrangements for this. The next regular meeting of tne society win be May 13. This will be a mis sionary meeting. To March hi Parade. All members of the Rock Island Musical club are urged to make a special effort to turn ont Saturday afternoon to march in the Ameri canization day parade. They are to meet at 2 o'clock at the corner of Fifth avenue, head on Twenty third street, and to bring flags with them. Celebrates Birthday Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johanson entertained Thursday evening at their home, 316 Fourteenth street, in celebration of Mr. Johan son 's birthday anniversary." The evening hours were most enjoyable with games and music. Prizes-In the contests were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wright, Mr. and Mrs. William Decker. Mrs. George Koch, Mrs. Carl Frank and Clyde Rosen berg. The guests presented Mr. Johanson with a set of gold cuff links. A three-course luncheon was served late in the evening. Dfecass Plans for Summer Meet ings. Plans for the meetings of the summer months were discussed by definite arrangements were ma3e, bnt several suggestions given, one of which will be decided upon at the next meeting of the club. The afternoon hours were spent sewing and the hostess served delicious refreshments in the dining room, hK m. crvstal basket of nurple and white petunias' waa the cen terpiece for the table. Mrs.AJ. Lind will entertain the clqb in two weeka at her home, 1178 Twenty sixth street A, Moline. Y. W. Girls to March ia Parade, an v w r. A eirls will meet emlair .ftorannn at the corner of Twenty-third afreet and Fifth avenue, promptly at 2 o'clock. -The girls will march in a nouy in me imorif&niraiinn dav narade. and will form in line for the procession at tms piace. Place of Meeting Set. The members of the Rock Island Wnmin'i rlnh will meet at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon on Sixth ave nue, head resting on Twenty-third street, to march in the American ization day parade. , MJss Nettles Honored. Miss Georgia Nettles, who has been the director of the Oriole club, the girls' glee club of Augustana college thia year, was the honoree at a party given by the 24 members of the club at the home of Miss Alf- hild Rydbeck. 3922 Eighth avenue. The girls have enjoyed their work under Miss Nettles and took this way of showing their appreciation of her work with them. Games and music were enjoyed and refresh ments were served. Miss -Nettles was presented with a pretty bar pin by the girls. Dance is Pleasant Affair. Sixty-five couples enjoyed the dancing party given by the Lady Elks Thursday evening in the Elks' hall. White's orchestra furnished the music for dancing and the ev ening was a most pleasant one for all present. Mrs. P. C. Rasmus sen is the chairman of the commit tee in charge of the dancing par ties, and has arranged for another one to be given the evening of May 13. White's orchestra will furnish the music and refreshments will be served. Class Presents Comedy. More than $25 was cleared from "Polly in Politics," the play given by the Golden Rule class of the nrai MSioodist chareh h ViM church annex Thursday eL5j Thar was a large andlateVT" joy the splendid acting j I were well taken and the wlsJSl tformance an nnmuaii. -T7," 1 Miss Helen HartselH. Mil? t David and Miss Maris wvjr1 were in charge of the cast held in connection with thi 2? ins's entertainment. . " Realise Lane Sam t a The sum of $86 was re&Hsj J Grove Presbyterian earaek lor inuu urn hm KitMi M -i members snent th N Thursday at the chapel unSI articles for the haur T l Refreshments worn hostess of the meeting. Ifra 1 in Vance. In two h k. . Will meet with Mrs. Johi S f Coffee Sext Weeh, . Helen Gould auxiliary Is jj'. a conee near mursday Mav S. at the home of 1 Schell. 1439 Thirty-seventh to wnicn menas are : were decorated in pink and white, mw, h m.t while there was a birthday cake ; . tVl. ,.,., .inh Thnr decorated in the same colors which afternoon at tne home of Mrs. P. j. seryeu as a lame centerpiece in ine Zeitler, 1200 Twelfth Street No aining room wnere ine luncneon was served. A delightful afternoon was spent by the guests with vic- trola music and vocal solos by Mrs. I Phil Sommers. Mrs. Hednck waa presented with many pretty gifts as remembrances of the occasion. Entertains 500. Club. Mrs. George Carlson entertained members of the 600 club at heri borne. 2006 Thirteenth street, Mo line, Thursday afternoon. After the games, a delicious luncheon was served at the small tables. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. Edgar Peterson, 73S Eigh teenth avenue A, Moline. Have All Day Quilting. The all day quilting of the ladies' aid society of the Gloria Dei United Presbyterian church at the home of Mrs. C. G. Mann, 3430 Twelfth street, Thursday afternoon, was converted into a birthday party for Miss Mary Dopp, one of the active members of the society. At noon &6c Next Time rockIisla'ndbrewTng C0.1 HOCK ULANO. ILL.. Eyesight Dim? , , If your eyesight is dim, your, vis ion blurred; if your eyes ache, itch, burn or feel dry, get a bottle of Bon-Opto tablets from your druggist, dissolve one in a fourth of a glass of water ar.d use to bathe the eyes from two to four times a day. Bon-Opto has given stronger eyes, clearer, sharper vision and relief to thousands. Note: Doctors say Bon-Opto strengthens eyesight 50 in a week's time in many instances. John Bengston and the Red Cross pharmacy. Richmond, Ind. Indiana State Plumbers' association. Tailor Makes' Valuable Find "After spending $900 for medi cine and doctors in four years with out getting any benefit for stomach trouble and bloating I was induced by my druggist to try Mayr's Won derful Remedy and must say that a 11 bottle has done me $500 worth ! of good." It is a simple, harmless I preparation that removes the catar- rhal mucus from the intestinal tract Jand allays the inflammation which 'causes practically all stomach, liv er and intestinal ailments, includ- ing appendicitis. . One dose will ; convince or money refunded. Beng- ston's drug store, Davenport, Rock j Island, Moline, and druggists every where. (Adv.) PEOPLE'S- -BUT 031 CREDIT- -PEOPLE'S 1. . .- - " A MARVELOUS MAY OFFERING OF ?Ti?Dinn)oiiiidl :.. All Hats One-of-a-Kind. Positive values up to $15.00 - A selection without equal in Rock Island. Hundreds of newest models purchased es pecially for Saturday's selling at Children's Hats, k values up to $3 $1.98 p SEE THESE 'f ' . iv one, c WISDOWSi 161 1-1613 Second Avenue Latest Summer . Models. The Greatest Values We Ever Offered Tailored Sailors, Values up to $9.95 $5.95 IT PATS TO . WATCH OUR windows m mi PIERR& CO. NEW YORK STORE Telephone M. 1208 MOLINE. Establi h d I88S Shop Early Saturday To do our part in helping this community properly observe Americanization Day this store will close for five hours Saturday , afternoon. The store hours Saturday will be from 9 until 1 and from 6 until 10 p. m. And to assist you in your early shopping we've arranged a par ticularly appetizing bargain menu from the Second Floor Shops. Women's Suits Heading the list for early Saturday shoppers here is a uniform reduction of 25 on our entire stock of this season's Suits for women and misses, and on our ex clusive showing of stylish stouts. A fifty dollar suit will cost but $37.50 Saturday and the same proportion ate saving at each price. For Saturday . Silk Dresses Assist in making your early Saturday purchasing tour both interesting and profit able. For here is a truly hand some lot of finely made Dresses of taffeta and satin in the nevrest styles, de signed for home, street and dress wear, offered for Sat urday at less than you can purchase the materials alone. For Saturday, m Discount 33i Discount COATS More very good models in this offer for Saturday 205 Off SILK SKIRTS Own one of these dain ty $25 Silk Skirts at the re- C Qft markably low price of . . . . vlO.yO WOMEN'S BLOUSES A t i m e ly group of values up to $20 fl Q AO offered Saturday at. ... . D0.70 CHILD'S DRAWERS Of fine muslin, nicely trimmed and fin- i(0 tf , ished, all ages, for CMO Oil. Introductory Sale Of Floor Lamps, on the Third Floor is attracting many interested home lovers this week and offers an excellent opportunity to own one of these practical works of beauty at 20 Discount m Buehler Bros.' Stores are not strange even to strangers-BECAUSE every careful buyer knows that the name Buehler is a guarantee of saving money. SPECIAL SATURDAY lie 12ic 20c 17c ...20c ...15c ...18c 23c Whole Pork " Loin Whole Pork Shoulder ..... Fresh Spare Ribs Pork Chops ....... Pork Steak Pork Hearts Pig Tails Pickled Pigs' Eeet 2Sc 20c 20c 30c 28c 10c 15c 10c Young Beef Brisket Young Beef Rib Boil ........... Young Chu.( Roast Young Pot Roast Steer Chuck Steak Fresh Hamburger . . . Bonless Corned Beef Jowl Bacon Use butterine. It is made Bros.' price, costs about butter. clean. And at Buehler one-half as much as Nut Margarine 2 lb. Carton ... 2 lb. Carton ... 30c 58c 60c 1 lb. Carton . . . Premium Butterine 2 cans Corn .... 35c 37c 25c Buehler Bros. Money-Saving Busy Store 1628 Second Ave., Rock Island. Rimmerman's Grocery 609 Seventeenth St. Phone R. 1. 1661 BEST GRADE PEABERRY COFFEE, A LB 43c Tall cans Armour's Milk, 2 cans for 25c Tall cans Hebe,, on sale at 11c Belva Dear Corn, regular price 18c, 2 cans . .25c Fowler Peas, your last chance, 2 cans for . . . 25c Kitchen Klenzer, 6 cans for 29c Kirk's Flake White Soap, 10 bars . .... .'. . 73c Large 13 oz. jar Olives, special price 29c Our Leader Coffee, a lb 35c Garden Seeds, all varieties, six 5c pkgs 23c Regular 10c pkgs. Garden Seeds, 2 for 15c Jersey Sweet Potatoes, 2 lbs. for 25c No. 3 can Armour's Veribest Spinach, only .25c California Seedless Raisins, a lb 27c Dried Apricots or Pears, a lb 39c Kellogg's or Armour's Cornflakes, 2 pkgs. . .25c Large jars Manhattan Apple Butter 39c All kinds of Fresh Vegetables for Saturday lel Monte Aaricots, 3 cans for $1.00 Armour's Veribest Blackberries or Sweet Girl Black raspberries, a can 39c Large cans Peachet in heavy syrup, Little l'nke, Ar- mnur ? nr -V J. brands, 6 cans $2.89 Safe Bonds Yielding 7 or More SIM LAIR rOSSOLIIUTED OIL ( ORPORATIOX, 7Vi eW Convertible M Xotes, due May 15. 1925, Price 9 and iW est, yielding1 8. f.lSCIJiyATI GAS ELECTRIC CO, 8 Secured Geld doc December 1, 1922, Price 97H and Interest, jicldine 7. NORTH AMERICAN LIGHT & POWER COMPANY, i . CoBTertJMe Debenture Bends, due Jane 1, Prier W H interest, yieldinf 7 Descriptir circulars upon request BABCOCK, RUSHTON & CO. Established 1895 , . . , .,, MEMBERS 187 S. 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