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600 People st CLiczen Dinner than fSOt was clatred and M people vara sort eel at the v catckea dinner sponsored: by the - mem ben of the tri-city chapter of fc-IFIlla alumnae teat evening on the teat campus of tbe Villa grounds. . The Bataral beauties of the Villa gardens waa farther enhanced by the work of the decorating com- - Yilltee, of which Miss Jeanne Mur " pay-was chairman. Myriads of - electrlo lights were strung about -.. the) .grounds and lighted early in - the evening, and school and claaa pennants were gaily flaunted from ". shrubbery, etc. ; ' The dinner waa served cafeteria -'style from long tables, and chairs had been placed about tbe grounda for the convenience of the diners. . Four booths, attractively decora- ted with masses of garden flowers against a background of blue and . gold, the school colors, contained ice cream and pop, cigars, flowers i and candy and bakery goods tor sale. The flower booth, especially at ' tractive with baskets of green foli age and barberries, sold fancy cor sage bouquets, which wero-one of th fwimilar font u ran of th 'eve m, ning. ' Tbe hours following the , i . uioner were spent pieasniiuy wuu general sociability. The proceeds from the affair are ( to go toward a fund for a building i v to serve as gymnasium and audi- l torium. : Prenupllal for Brides. , . - lira.' Gertrude Smith waa hostess Ml . 1 . . a. ' i. at her home, 839 Twenty-third ! - street, last evening at a charming . ly appointed Informal prenuptial party complimenting three brides-to-be of the near future, Miss Win ifred Reck of Avon Park, Fla., for- o merljj of Rock Island, who is visit ing vat the L. S. McCabe home, 2920 Fifth avenue, and Miss Alberita Richards and Miss Edwina Frazer -of Rock Island. The guests were some twelve intimate friends of .the three honor ees.' The evening Wl visa u uwuuisoo, a vteuiuj, was passed pleasantly with 500, 1 Miss Helen Young of Davenport I winning the favor for high score. . A dainty buffet supper was served . later in the dining room, where ... tba serving table was prettily dec '. orated with garden flowers, and . the centerpiece was a basket of cosmos of various shades. A var iety of garden flowers deeorated the other rooms. The three hon orees were presented with pretty mustard dishes of cut glass as party gifts. A number of other prenuptial at tentions are being planned for the brides-to-be. Wednesday, Miss Katharine Marshall, at her sum ' iner home on Aiken street, is ea .. tertaining at a luncheon compli ' menting Mias Richards, Miss Fra ' zer and Miss Reck. Friday, Miss Elizabeth Babcock of 1001 Twen ' tleth street will be hostess at a luncheon, and Saturday evening, , Mrs. J. B. Bassett, 1210 Twenty flrst street, will entertain in their honor. . I T; Farewell for Visa Sosna. . Miss Blanche Sosna of 1621 Twen- ty-ninth street, was the honoree at . a pretty party given aa a farewell . for her yesterday afternoon by f Miss Sylvia Horbllt at her home, 117 Twenty-fifth street' Miss : Sosna is leaving this week for San Antonio, Texaa, where she will at .: tend school. The afternoon hours iwere spent pleasantly in general Sociability, and a delicious lap When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse, they naturally drink fmwn "There's a Reason QCA1ITT GOODS Open AH Day Wednesday A Few Specials f for Tomorrow. Lard, Swiss Pure Silver Leaf, 6 lbs , f no i- for ... 91aJ - Arm oar's cornflakes, )0 2 pkgs LOC 'Rosebud matches, on 6 Wee ..SJUC " p Hlc lwheoa was ' served. ":,: Garden flowers of many varieties aecbratod the rooms, and 4U bowl of garden flowers formed, the table .center piece in the dining room. ; - Ellta Garfield Meeting. " Eliza Garfield, tent No. 22, Daugh ters of Veterans, will meet in reg nlar session Wednesday afternoon at Swedish Olive hall. All mem bers and officers of the tent are re quested to be present Mrs. Ola F. Dee of Chicago, past department president, and Mrs. Essie Siemon of. Rock Island, department inspec tor, wlU .be guests of honor at the meeting. Members of Barbara Frietchie tent No. 31, Daughters of Veterans, are ajg invited, to be present t Preanptlal forMJss fardalL ! Mias Lola Cardail, a bride-to-be ',of tne near future, was the honoree at a pretty evening pre-nuptial giv en for her last evening by Miss Stella Reid at her home, 520 Six teenth street. The guests were twelve intimate friends of Miss Cardail and the evening was pas sed pleasantly with games of hearts and contests. Mrs. Arthur Zimmerman and Miss Harriet Krey were awarded psizes in the games of hearts, and in a floral wedding contest which was heartily enjoyed, orizes were awarded to Mrs. George Cardail and Miss Hilda Peters of Davenport. A surprise feature of the even ing was a miscellaneous shower, Miss Cardail being given the end of a cord and told to follow where it led her. After following and un winding it through the various rooms, she discovered a basket of miscellaneous gifts, with tiny ap propriate messages. Late in the ev ening, a dainty two course lunch eon was served, the colors pink and white bein$ carried out throughout. The centerpiece was a largepink cake with white cuptds. This evening the Philathea class of the First Baptist church is en tertaining at the church in honor of Miss" Cardail and Miss Myrtle Summers, who is also a bride-to-be of the month. Miss Hilda Peters at her home. 1705 Washington ' , street, Davenport, will entertain Thursday in honor of Miss Cardail. Mrs. McCabe Entertains. Mrs. L. S. McCabe i entertain ing some sixty friends at an infor mal party this afternoon at her home. 2920 Fifth avenue, compli menting her house guest, Mrs. Wil liam Reck of Avon Park, Fla., and Mrs. Jessie McCandless of New York City, who is visiting in the tri-cities. Mrs. Reck and Mrs. Mc Candless were formerly of Rock Is land. The rooms are prettily dec orated with baskets ' and vases of asters, and there is a large bou quet of the asters forming a cen terpiece on the serving table. The ; afternoon hours are being passed socially ana a oaimy luncneon win be served en buffet late in the af ternoon. VST' Complexion Is ka nmUiHe km ky NaoW Face Powder TMa qulalta fcaaatl&tr Im iodaSMbl brm charm b4 IotcNimw wokb aaSata Uwaufbaat tka 4mr an4 .Ha(ar la the IM rcillaaii la ianlilne ao4 It canaot barai tba taa wat aala. SaM In It iraan baa at laaaiaa toiin caaatata ar br Dak NATIONAL VOILBT CO, PAaat, ranit. u. a a. SolrT by 8chrerer Drug Btorrs, Rock ibu ana un uaTenport. RIGHT PRICES Sherman's Mity Nice coffee, 2 lbs Hipolite Marehmallow cream, pint Lava hand soap, . 6 bars ... Snow Boy Washing powder, 6 pkgs ..... Armour's Veri Best' " berries, . - . ' ' 1 2 cans ToasUes, ' .....i........ pure fruit . 4 oz 5 pork and 91c 27c 39c 25c black- 50c 25c 40c beans, 61c 25c 63c 34c v.undry w i l t HlllllU 0 V If " mm BaraaaaaBaa 1 s,tment i . 1070 I venue iivii-r L rv.r'- SOTS .; OavaJBt1 of Hew 1A ' The formal opening of the new home for the Sisters of St Jo seph's school, sponsored the Altar society of, tbe school, wiU take , place tomorrow. The pro gram of or th. afternoon la as fol lows: .. ' ". , .' . Hymn St Joseph Junior choir ' Piano : solo, ;"8hower of Blos soms" Miss Eva Stombs. Piano solo, "Ocean Spray" Misa Florence Tonn. Reading Miss Harriet Paulsen. Piano solo, "The Secret" Miss Helen Britton. . Piano solo, "L'Argentine" Miss Helen Stombs. Reading Miss Mary Evelyn Canty.- . .,: ' Vocal solo Miss Lucile Elliott Violin solo, i "Angels' Serenade" Miss Anna Campbell; Miss Pau line Campbell, accompanist Vocal solo Mrs. Mae Richards Casey; Miss Susanne Meehan, ac companist Piano solo, "The Blind Harp Player" Miss Harriet Paulsen. 4 Reading Miss Frances Brough. Piano solo. Concert Mazurka Miss Evelyn Canty. - ; Piano duet. "The Race Course. Concert Galop Miss Catherine McGlnley, Miss Catherine Perona. Piano solo, "Shepherds', Song" Miss Frances Brough. Piano solo, "The Myrtles" Miss Ellen Normoyle. , Piano solo, "Invitation to the Dance" Rachel Earel. . Piano solo, "Romanzo Impas sionata" Miss Lucille Lambert. Hymn, "Immaculata" Junior choir. The evening program will in clude vocal numbers by Mrs. Mae Richards Casey, Mrs. Amanda Schmidt and ther Knights of Co lumbus quartet. Other numbers on .the evening program are an fol lows: i Violin solo Miss Mildred Win ter. Piano' solo Miss Margaret Sea ton, and the following numbers by students of St Joseph's high school: . II 111 II , JU. UU1 , UlV w Kaise" High school choir. Vocal solo, "Butterfly" Miss Irene McLeod. Piano solo, "The Conquered Warrior" Miss Pauline Campbell. Heading, "From a Far Country" Miss Catherine Fuller. Vocal solo, "When the Flowing Tide Comes In" Miss Geraldine Andrews Violin solo, "Souvenir" (Drolla) Miss Anna Campbell; Miss Pau line Campbell, accompanist Piano solo, '.'Polacco Brilliante" Miss Vera Martin. Vocal solo, Selected Miss Lou ise Bart i Piano solo, "Polonaise" Mc Dowell) Miss Suzanne Meehan. Vocal solo, "Roses Everywhere" Miss Catherine Fuller. ' Hymn, "Hail, Sweet Queen Im maculate High school choir. r DEMONSTRATION MAIN riinnR KBAR ENTRANCE t'rei-erwt Ta Hiir brev-iiy('jay Ue Care Y2-Ualr 'v. Special Sale and Demonstration of Real Human Hair Goods Beginning Wednesday, September 1st, Beth Palm Rowley will be here with an extensive assortment of hair goods. This lady is well ? known throughout this community as she has - demonstrated her art of Manufacturing Hair Goods fromyour own hair combings and others made of selected hair to match. Whether it is a switch, transformation, wig, curls, puffs or your own hair made into a hair piece of any description. ' 'C v, : "k - r r,1 . - . THE HAIR GOODS SHOWN DURING THIS OCCASION ARE MADE FROM BEAUTIFUL . . . NATURAL HUMAN HAIR. jlY - TC CC-; Wea Eata, - vsm CtaaemUns- Lewis, oaaghter of Mi. Bertha Lewis of Daven port, whose eagagament was an Bomnced aevorar months ago, has chosen Saturday, Sept 18, ' aa the date of her marriage to Daane L. Foteraon of Chicago, The wed ding will be an evening ceremony at the Outing club,; and after a short wedding trip the bridal cou ple will be at homo at 7347 North Paulina avenue, Chicago, A Miss Lewi is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Mueller of Davenport She ' attended Vassar college for three years, graduating , at the Northwestern university, and for the last year she has been teach in ft high school in a small Illinois town. Mr. Peterson served as a lieutenant in the American expedi tionary forces during the war. He is at present connected with the Butler Bros, in Chicago. W. B. C. Meeting; . The Woman's Relief corps ' will bold a business meeting at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Memorial hall. All members are' asked to be present as there is a great deal of business to be transacted, and plans are to be made to attend the annual soldiers' and sailors' picnic at Prospect park on Sept 7.' "Y Pienie for" Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Griffiths and son, Norman, Jr., of Minneapolis, Minn., formerly of Rock Island, who are visiting at the home of M. W. Battles, 729 Seventeenth street were honored at an informal picnic party given for them last evening in the woods near Carbon Cliff. The party, consisting of about eighteen old friends of Mr. and Mrs. Griffiths, went out early in the afternoon in automobiles. A delicious picnic supper was served late in the afternoon, and the eve ning hours were passed merrily with games and contests. About 9 o'clock the party returned to the home of Mrs. F. K, Rhoads tor the remainder of the evening. Out-of- town guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Cook and daughters, the Misses Dorothy, Helen and Marion Cook of Pekin. Entertain at Birthday Party. The Misses June and Jewel Wat kins, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Watkins of 3208 Fourteenth avenue, entertained about thirty-five of their little friends and their mothers yester day afternoon at a pretty party in celebration of their first birthday anniversary. . The afternoon was spent with sociability and games on the lawn, and at a late hour re freshments were served by Mrs. Watkins. .The Misses Watkins re ceived many pretty gifts from their little friends. . Sponsor Pie Sociable., The woman's missionary society of the Gloria Del United Presby terian church is to sponsor a pie sociable Thursday afternoon at the borne, of Mrs. Charles G. Mann, 3420 Twelfth street. The affair is to be given as a rally for the so ciety, and all friends of the com munity are invited to be present. Mrs. Dalton Galloway, who with her husband will arrive tomorrow to visit at the ' Mann home, will TuinldLt & (Toe FAMOUS rOR COATS AND SUITS THE BUST 8TORR ON FIFTH AVENUE. Coiffurf DemardL AUGUST SI, 1C3., gtv aa address. Bar. and Mrs. Daltoa Galloway haro baaa ada stooarfa la Egypt for eight yeara. Mr. an Mrs. Edrard Jena ofl 3118' Ninth street announce die on-1 -t..t ...hh,. riage of their daughter, Mias Myrtle no William F, Fuge of Muskogee, Okla, son of Mr. and Mra. W. P. Fuge of Kansas Cttyt Mo.' The announcement was made Saturday evening at a dinner party at the Watch Tower Inn, given In honor of Mias Jena' birthday, and was a surprise of the . evening. C-vers were laid for fourteen. (The table centerpiece waa a large gold basket of pink and white aatera and the favors and menu details were all in pink and white, the chosen colors of the bride-elect A pink aster waa at each place, and on the place cards under a rose, was the announcement of Miss Jens engagement Mias Jens was pre sented with an electric toaster. . Miss Tracy Cook or Tulsa, Okla who is visiting Miss Jena, was an but-of-town guest Yesterday noon,' the Misses Mil dred and Margaret Kerr of ,1416 Third avenue, ,entertained at a pretty luncheon at the Y. W. C. A. as a pre-nuptial attention for Mias Jens. Places , were laid for ten. The centenpiece was a. pretty bou quet of pink and white asters and the colors pink and white were car ried out in the other appointments. This evening Miss Mabel Bulger and Mrs. Elizabeth Walling are en tertaining at a party for the bride elect at Miss Bulger's home, 622 Thirty-ninth street Informal Party at Home. Mrs. ' Rextord Downing enter talned a small company of former school friends ' at a The unexpected is often , accomplished if Kewman's 31 REMODEL YOUR FURS Our expert fnrwork and ar tistie ftnishlns; makes furs that are years old, look al most like new. I r r Tr"frr7iYfr i L hop for &itp 207-9 W. Second St I DATES PORT. I DEMOVSTRATIOl" MAIN riiOOI NKAR ENTRANC1 More Mair wiehe PufffCurl: rform4 -Wa- Far.Pu4f " 1 vwaiac aarty at ; ' her hoate. 1(M Twelfth aveaae. test ev ening.. Tbe early part of the even ing was spent In riding throagh the tri-citiea. About o'clock the gueata returned to Mra. Downing' homo, when the kmra were peji- I eed socially, and dainty retreen- meats were served. Brewa-Waflmaa Cagagetaeat Rock Island friends will be In terested in the engagement and ap proaching marriage of Miss Doro thy Waldman, daughter of Ml. and Mra. C O. Waldman of 41S Twelfth street, to Eugene Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Brown of 1026 Twenty-first street The ceremony will be a ouiet affair of Wednesday ev ening to be performed at 8 o'clock at the Sacred -Heart church. Key. This Store Will Be Open All Day Wednesday Manufacturers'1 FTTH SBCTTQN SECOND FLOOR The Aut Silk and eottoa mixed poplin, SS inches wide, French blue, navy, gray, brown, myrtle sad r. s terla, jrard $1.50 Is-mch taffetas la plslds aad reman stripes tot gerseeas patterns, yard ss.es, SS.75 and $4.50 40-laeh chiffon .velvets, foil rance'ef colon and black, a spleadid fabric, per yard ' $10.50 Oepe de ehiee shirting, beaatif ol assortment, SS inch width, specialhr - $3.75 Starting today, this store will close week days at 5:30 p. m. instead of 6 p. m. ' - - ' - 1 , Our new store hours are now, week days: 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.; Saturdays, 8 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. We are open Wednesday afternoons. We will close a half -hour earlier week 'days than heretofore. ' This change was made solely in the in terest of. our employed We are sure it will cause no inconvenience to our patrons. Contrary, our experi ence has shown that improved working.conditions usually conduce to improved store service. P. R. Dvrkla wot eOeiata. ' The baas for the aaarrtaee ware read Sunday aboraing at the morning services at the St Joseph charch. 'Social iuewswetaeat - The woman'a foreign missionary society of the First Methodist church will meet Friday afternoon instead of on Thursday afternoon as was previously announced, at the home' 1011 Second are asked The ladies' aid society Spencer Memorial Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. ,Enos An derson, 902 Forty-fuorth street ' The Busy Bee Sewing circle of or Mrs. Anna js. names. : fi.n . ... - - atjo avenue. The members l;. to bring their mite boxes, i 7,. It a the Rebeccas will meet Thursday: and buildings throughout the afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wil-1 try, died at the age of 81 ntr Continuing the Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday September 1,2, 3 and 4 Fur fabric and fur coats, fur coatees, capes, throws, scarfs, muffs and chok ers in an unusually wide assortment of pelts. 1 ; ' Choice of the Entire 20& Off dt&fo I . BWr New Silks of tne umn Season, 1920 First of all we wish to call your attention to the fact that these new silks are all the usual standard quality which characterizes our store throughout theyear. Moreover our stocks are complete with all the newer weaves, color ings and patterns. SS-lneb aaasettet a new weave, navy, , Copen, wisteria, gray. aad black, yard $5.75 0 Lining satins, wear guaranteed, 'all the. wanted fall shades, SS kKh, yard S2.&0 and $325 S2 Inch tab aUks, splea did far sUrttag and blewaes, saetlally priced at, per yard $2.75 40-Inch pebelerte, a lus trous rich fabric, m col ors navy, plum, brown, ' tan. gray, teal, French bine, buttercup, tnr twlae. Nile, eld rose, flesh Color and Mack , white, yard ' $6.00 law PaM. lia Eighteeark AU frtaads are welcemt! The Woman's ItoUef ear, hold a buainess meeting Wtiv afternoon at 1 o'clock at kZ hall. : Plana will be mads teZ the annual soldiers' u4 , mi picnic at Prospect park, BaKQAJ I00HU6Q " 50TED 8CTJLPT01 DCj, Mount Vernon, N. y. Ass. it; George Edwin - BiaselL iait whose works are In public iS Fur Sale Line at silk rAsmov hau turn 1 SS-lnch eestume velvet in colors and black, an excellent fabric, yard $5.00 . 0-inch satin finish me teors; black and an the wanted colors, yard $5.50 SS-ineh taffetas, solid colors, full line of au tumn shades, colors and black, yard, S3, S3 .50, $2.73 $5.75 Fine messaline. solid color, all the desired autnmn shades. SS inch es wide, yard, S3, SS.50 and $4.50 Bilk and wool poolin, la 'colors and black, an 40 inches wide, good range of colors, yard $2.50 t a awl y sta araa mae si nr ,... i of the ' - k , i i a.