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J t CH la MMt 'tufCl Voeaea'a Belief U il Hw lMI tMHMl laeocSaUe tote gtrea Taes tivTaa, izf tJ, the Ae i V osri of SBveaaert f will he held at Forrest Unrwrt TIm Rock Ulaaa i art mbioM to take aiaira car, going west, la oreer to to the park. MM ? . Party Imp Haw Tart Geeete, ! tJes Jaaaette Altxeabarg of New York cttr. vka la rUiaaa at tha aae of tSas Faanle Baker. IM lvatrtMri street, la Mac hon- araf at a number of parties daring Nr extended stay bare. Wedaes aay areolae Mtaa Marr Kelinsoa of ntt SWraath areaae honored tar at a costsae party, the guests tela I trlesty pease; people. liars and dancing wara we oner kKj Miss Caal Stage! of Deven rrt aad Dare Flnkeastetn of tbia t receired the savors far a t lie ajoet original cost times and 7 J Luaaa received favors for the fan- Blest costames. A dainty butet eaaaer waa served at a late bovr. Sararlse ea CeaaraJe. Fifteen members of Eliza Gex taid tent No. 22, Daughters of Vet raaa. carritd out a aurprise oa Cotande I. O. Scbolee Wednesday afternoon. Comrade Scbolee has been In poor beattb and baa- been liable to attend recent tent meet Inge, ao tbe company decided to go to hia borne and spend tbe after noon with him. They epent tbe time telling their beat of tbe things which bad come np at tbe meetings during bis absence, and at 4 o'clock the ladies served the luncheon which they had brought with them. Aid Landers Appointed. Fifty-one members of tbe Ladies' Aid society of the Spencer Memo rial Methodist church were present at tbe all-day picnic held by the ; society yesterday at . Long View park. The members took a picnic ' dinner and a very jolly time was spent with sewing, games and hoc I ability. In the afternoon the reg alar business session was held, and new leaders were appointed for the different departments. Mrs. Frank : Ritte was appointed leader of the Brst division of he society and Mrs. Charles Greer, leader of the second division. Mrs. Elva Whiteside was Chosen bead of the mercy and help committee; Mrs. Newton Mapel for tbe coffee committee, and members ot the decorating committee are Mrs. John Bowes. Mrs. Elisabeth Roseberry and Mrs. James Gauley, Jr. Five new members were taken noon at tbe bom of Mrs. Frances Cramer, 101 Seventh street Two w meeakera warn taken tola tna circle. Tbe koara were spent la sawing sad Ula ia the. aXtarnooa dainty refrsaaaneWa were nerved. The nakt meeting will be bold Aug. 1 at the bona of Mrs. Caroline Yeangbert, Mil Fourth street. Mo- line. . Social Cleh Mrf. Arthur Allen waa hostess to the Twin-City Social club yesterday afteraaoa at bar bocae. sit rata aveoae. Mottoe. Two tablea of Bra hundred ware played, prises go ing to Mra. O. J. Brien and Mrs. Lundqulst Mra. Victor Back "Won the all-cut and Mra. George Mill bouse ireoelved tbe prise tor low score. A AeUctoaa lnaeheoa aarvad ht ttie dlaiag room at a late hour. There will be no mora meetings of the elan during the not weather, tbe next meeting to be held some time In September. Meeass Fall Tha ladies' aid society ot the Oak Grove United Presbyterian church held a missionary meeting yester day afternoon at the borne of Mrs. W. E. Gladstone Anthony, 1B50 Twenty-third street. Mra. J. L. Vance read a very interesting let ter from Miss Mary Campbell, I Dromlnent . missionary in Egypt. Two new members were taken Into the society. Flans were made for1 the ice cream social which ta to oe held this evening on the church lawn and for a baser to be held sometime in November. After the business session, refreshments were served by Mrs. Anthony, and a social time enjoyed. Hostess ta Sewing Crab. Mrs. Ardo Campbell was hostess to the Sewing club yesterday after noon' at ber home, 1205 Fineentn street The hours were passed. pleasantly with informal sociability and there was a very interesting contest in which prizes were won by Mrs. Carl Hay and Mra. Edward Flippo. A delicious luncheon was served In tbe dinnig room late in the afternoon. The table was prettily decorated with two baskest of sweet peas, one at each end ot the table. Mrs. De Forest Splashy will entertain the club on Aug. 6 at her home, 1203 Fifteenth street. Celebrates Wrd Birthday. Yesterday "Grandma" Skogue celebrated her 93rd birthday annl' versary and in tha evening she wa3 the honored guest at a birthday party, when relatives came to the ' ft faff Kfca Han Kttea OobMa at fcweasort. ku waadfnc to to a aa eeeet ot next weseywas the tfseet a honor yesteMay aiUnsM at an hv fermal tea given ay xee naacy Dow at -bar home cat Oaiksja ata n Than, war It tiita la tha patty, aad they spent tha tea ehat- UBf over tneir iancywwrm. waa aarvM at a oeioca, omnwi the serriag table being a vanes of garden nvuetn. t Infflarr Plans Social. naiM Oonid anxiliarr members planned aa ice cream social to be bald at Lonx View park on July 29, at the raraler meeting held last eve- atng at Memorial na.li. jars, xnereaa Daligee waa named chairman of tbe committee'in charge of the ao eial and she will be assisted by Mra. Clara Abmnaon, Mrs. Marcell Coyne, Mra. Caliban, Mra. wimirea Crate. Mrs. Gladya ColUer. Mlas titrtu Cameron, miri Esther Cam eron, mra. Anna uowna ana sirs. Mary Dehr. The next meeting will ha held Ana. 5. ' Mra. Selma Med calf, president of the auxiliary, baa Invited the mem bers to spend all day Monday, July 29, at her rammer camp on Forty second avenue and Seventh street All members who were not present at last evening's meeting when the invitation was issued, are asked to consider this announcement an invitation. taadtoTtaas yesterday.- About erven M the taestera .went out to tha laanitnrMBs by ssWanobOa. takiaw ice in . aas iat easMry ta VJt patienta. Tha eommtttae la ekr-a canjaatad of Mrs. Joe Parker, lira. It a Berry and Mrs. Hnsel Me Leod. Tbe ladies will get together for a Bleating next Thursday aftar aooa at the borne of Mrs. Hazel Mc Leod, 718 Fourteenth street. trjm sakZawiat of Kewaaee, who ia ttf titrial wW W maau- tm&ulnt wSWMianssaiK mi - mwmmr TaJaed aoss of tbe features of HWNK There warn SMaieal Wkr tte Galva woman and tha program waa closed with ae iKtiaaa givaa by tha Girls' Ckelele ik. tha airla being la costume. tonal members returned ta their boaaea early In tha evening. Into the society. The next meeting !nome of n,r BTaftdaughterr Mrs. T will be held Aug. t at the home of Mra. Fletcher Miller, 912 Forty fourth atreet ' Begular Aid Xeeting. The regular meeting of the La dles' Aid society of the Fifteenth Avenue Christian church was held yesterday at the church. It was . an all day affair and 16 members Were present. Tha hours were oc cupied sewing on carpet rags and quilt blocks. A picnic lunch was served at noon, and in the after noon icecream and cake were serv ed by Mrs. W illiam Reid and Mrs. Bcannell. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon at the church. Baiy Bea Sewing. Circle. The Busy Bee Sawing; circle ot the Rebekahs met for its regular aewing yesterday afternoon at tbe home ot Mrs. Ernest L. Smith. S205 Seventeenth avenue. There was a large attendance and the members pent the afternoon sewing on car pet rags. The next meeting will be la the form of the annual all-day pientc to be held Aug. & at Long view park. Friendship Circle Meets. The Friendship circle met for its regular meeting yesterday after- B. Pike, S922 Fifteenth avenue, and spent the evening . with her. The time was . informally scent ' and refreshments were served. "Grand- ma skogue is naie ana nearly ana was - able to remain' with . her guests until a late hour.-- She was tbe recipient of many lovely gifts. ' . y; To Have Joint Outing. ' , A joint outing is to be held by the member of the B. Y. P. TJ., the Baraca and Pbilathaa classes of the First Baptist church Monday evening at the Y. W. C. A. cottage at the Watch Tower. - Supper is to , b served at 6:45 and reservations! uiuh ue iiutuv of .ouuuay uj m those who expect to attend, through Miss Dorothy Sangren, Mrs. Har old DeBoise and Jack Kittelsen. Lady Elks Social Session. The Lady Elks held their regular social session yesterday afternoon at Elks' hall. There Were four ta bles of 500 and prizes were Won by Mrs. Otto JUhl and Mrs. H. Han sen. After the games, refreshments were served by a committee com posed of Mrs. Walter Kollolf, Mre. E. E. Lamp, Mrs. William Trefz and Mrs., Eugene Householder. The next regular meeting which will be the regular business session, will be held July 29 at the ball. Hr. Sisaanson Is Officer. Mrs. Devore N. Simonson of this city, waa elected treasurer of Bor ough No. 4, Colonial Dames, at the luncheon given at Rock Island Ar senal Golf club yesterday noon ny the retiring chairman, Mrs. Robert Flcke of Davenport Mrs. George Watson French of Davenport was elected chairman, and Mrs. Walter Chambers secretary. ' Covers were laid for 16 at the luncheon table which was gayly adorned with golden yellow coryop- sis . and blue delphinium in silver baskets, carrying out the Colonial Dames' colors. There was a social hour following when Mrs. Welling ton Martin, who is being welcomed borne by scores of old friends after a sojourn of some ten or more years in Italy, told something of ber many and varied experiences. ; Loyal Bereans Xeet : Tha Loyal Bereans class mem bers of tbe Second Christian church held their- regular meeting last evening at the church. There were about thirty members present and Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Stlne, formerly Of Rock Island, now of New Bed ford, were guests of the evening. The regular business was transact ed, and Rev. Mr. Stine gave a very interesting talk telling of his work in .New Bedford. . Ice cream and cake were served by the class aft er the meeting, and a v very good time bad. The next meeting will be held Aug. 12. , ; Furnish Treat ': The ladies' auxiliary to the Com munity club furnished tbe Week's ' ryegrass far Serial. A abort program will be carried it at tha ice cream social to be held this evening on tha lawn of tha Charles Stevens borne, 846 Sev enteenth atreet, by tha members Of tha ladies' aid society of tha First Methodist church. Ralph Ful ler ia to give solo numbers aad William Totten wiU play tha piano. Mra. Howard move is to give vooU selections and there will also be a reader on tha program. Friends of tha society are invited to attend aad enjoy the program. ' - statta af District fti Tha members ot the Fifth Dis trict Narses' association held a very lntaresjUng meeting yesterday at Galva, about six members making tha trip from Rock Island and Mo line. Thar were royally entertain ed at a daliuoas luncheon served at noon at tha Galva hotel, covers being laid for 12. There were about fifteen or twenty present at tha r ular meeting, which was held fa the afternoon in tbe Service crab rooms. A short business session was con ducted followed by a very interest ing program. Miss : Grace Van Evera of Davenport who la In charge of the rural work la Scott county, gave a talk along tha lines of her work. Dr. Alford ot Galva gave a talk on X-ray work, aad b Park. . Yiftterdar afternoon tha members of the fflaatara Star Social -ctrcja mat at Long View park. Vtth a ftWndM sttendaare.'. After tha roa ubara scent tha osm aewaiiy. At O'clock taey ware loinaa ay the members ot their tsmiliaa, who cams for tha picnic sapper which was spread on tha veranss ex tna chalet, and wnicn waa , granny en joyed. Tha evening hoars wara spent wttn games. Tna August meeting will be a steamer party on one of tbe excursion boats, tha time to be announced later. Specials $2.85 While they last white canvas shoes and ox fords, values up to S6.O0, we are cleaning up at J . $2.85 You will want a com fortable shoe for those August picnics. BERT'S BOOT SHOP BoaaerVHoffi Mlas Anna M. Hofinun, daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. Adam Hoffman of 1437 Forty-second street, became the bride of Adelbert Bogaert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bmll Bogaert of 16S1 Second avenue, Molina, at A very pretty ceremony performed at the Sacred Heart church at 8 o'clock last evening, la tha pres ence ot a large number of mends uiA relatives. Rev. C. P. ONeill officiated. Mrs. Murrel Lindorff at tha organ played the wedding march announcing tha entrance of tha bridal party; and Just preced ing and foUowing the ceremony Mrs. Mas Richards Casey sang "Ave Maria" nd Cadman'a "At Dawn- in." Miss Bosnia Hoffman, sister of the bride, attended as maid of honor aad John Crispin of Moflaa tt man 1 wn nurwarei cxr .1.. - r . th hvMeHonaa. I wra if aad Hoary Hoffman, brother ot tha WMa mom nKlMUna. The bride waa dressed In a lowly , gowa ot whIU . taffeta, tnauaau with heavy white lace, and she worn a full length Tea arranged In can affect. Her Bowers wars arm bouquet ot white rosea. Miss lHonaaa wore a pretty gown m Mas oramady, a white georgette hat carried a bouquet 01 wnue i hBsa Bogaert waa tn blue caoriatte with a large white bat, ana a aoanat of white roses. lafnvsdiaiely foUowing the ear- rae weaaing am- waa aerred at tna uonman cowarabalnK laid for 30. TBe, rooms aad tha table were attrac Uvaly decoraUd la the bride's col ore, blue aad white. Mr. and Mra. Bogaert have pone to housekeeping at a arottr hone at 155 Sixteenth - avenaa, MoUae. - I Mrs. Bogaert has always maoe bar home la Rock Island. She at tended the local schools and grad uated from tha Rock Island bign school la tha class of 1915. Mr. Bogaert attended the Moline. schools. He is at present employ ad with tha Molina Plow company. Bastacas aad Social Meeting. - Tha- Berean Bible class of the Clelaad Presbyterian church, held its regular monthly business and social meeting at the church last evening. There was no special bnalneas transacted. Refreshments were aerred and a social tirr.e en joyed. The Ume and place of the next meeting will be announced later Dance at Tower. Four voung men. WendeU Ray, Ernie Bauman. Hugh Murray and. George Herbert, sponsored a very) d.ligktfmlda--st rjrijjeatere. nt -l the- vtdh twwot. nara wo arycyad ale waa c ra. thaataaiaa dKmx, tJ. iVaWiad by t-T Peach DhiebcnyPic Dewberry Pie Itfn tima f oDcav-4ime to scoap deep in. to the QQWXDl sack and bake a berry pie. Call your grocer, if you're out of flour, and erte a sack of GOLDRIM Flour DIOOiiilllilllllC Thit? 1 Fit Shallene Bros, is the Mecca these days for home furnishers of all sorts young newly weds furnishing their first little home; housekeepers Whose summer cleanings have showed the need for adding or replacing here or there: people furnishing or redecorating newly, built homes; some wanting new summer rugs or linoleums, and many others, for without doubt this is value headquarters m the tri-cities. - , 'Twos Said: . A farmer had persuaded one of hia town friends to accom pany him In' the two-wheeled cart on a jaunt into tbe coun try. The horse seemed to re seat the stranger aboard and taking the bolt between . his teeth, bolted. v "I say, Bill," said tbe towns man, "I d give five dollars to be out ot tbia." "Dont be ao tree with your money.' replied his friend, "you may be out tor nothing In a mln- ate." . :: Figuratively speaklnr, voull hot be sorry that you climbed In oar wagon when you buy hard ware ot as we doat say that you'll get somethlBS for noth ing, bat we do claim that there's tail value for every dollar you pend here aad that you'll get lllataatiM m( nr m.. i.i. ' lyase tbia store. It ywa want to -ttrae oa the high road to real "auay you're welcome to rids Hardware irtees the lowest . .. The more meat you buy in a Buehler Bros, store ; - - The More You Save 20 c 20c Pork Steak, OE per lb. ...... Chuck Steak .. Loose Sausage sSL..:12c 20 c Legs of Lamb . 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All such men will find it to their in terest to see the display of porch and lawn furn iture shown here, Don't Miss This Saving Event, for Values Like This WiU Sell Fast: $15.00 couch hammock .... $.25 Sffir? $10.50 $10.50 fiber settees $7.50 fiber rockers .... $15.00 fiber rockers $6.00 Vudor porch shades $9.00 grass rugs $11.00 reed fern stands . $22.00 oil stoves . . . . . $55.00 Porcelain refrig- T. $41.25 $7.90 $5.65 $1125 . $4.50 $6.75 . $8.25 $15.50 $65.00 all white inside and outside, nickel trim- $48.75 s: w 1 U 5s 2 I 3 ' - ' i 17 P SaaUeat's 'Xx i fTt " ft tl vl . jijtlii- location f Mmiu (RVVrV ' 111"' " 11 -HIH.UILL- 1320-22-24 g MaasijtMitjMMM .' aisa' BUEHLER BROS.