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Tke wtddtac . color , ptak , and whit. wra grattlly cwriad ot ta Um tabla appbintmwiU. in the m totalis u4 la tn floral decorations of tit other room. f Mr. and Mrs. Pottifer left i last Veaias for New York city on aa niUa ct Church Are Celebrated F The marriage of Miss Dorothy waldman, daafhter of Mr. and Mrs. t O,. Walton " of 413 Twelfth atreet, and BngeM Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Brown of 1026 Twenty-flrat traet, was an impres Mv eeremonr quietly solemnized at o'clock last erenins; at tbe Sacred Heart church. The verrice was read by Iter. P. H. Durkln in the presence of a small number r relatives and Intimate friends. Miss Susanna Meehan at the or (an announced tbe approach of the ' bridal party, and during the cere mony she played softly a beautiful group of nuptial music. Mrs. Mae Richards Casey sane Cadman's "At was being carried oat la the Molina schools. This was In line with the work of the society aa the mem bers ara trying to introduce domes- - Crowds Attend Opening. ' About 1,000 peopla attended the formal opening Of the new. sister's home of the St Joseph school yes- extended wedding trip. They will I he at ham upon their .retara at! US Seventh street. SUtU. Mr. Pot-! tiger nntil recently made his home ' EUaa Garfleld Heettef. The members of EUca' fiaroeld tent. No. ft, Daughters of Veter- m Rock Island and attenaeo tne "- " local schools and the Rock Island ! dish Olive hall yesterday afternoon, bigk school. He is employed as a ; There was a largo attendance of Are man on the Rock Island road, -'members and visitors, Mrs. Ola T. Dee of Chicago, past department president; Mrs. BsslelSiemon of Rock Island, department inspector, and Mrs. tonlae Meshchen of Dav enport being special guests of the tent The members accepted an in vttation to be present -at the meet- ing of Barbara Prletchle font uHiiimi wi vrani,' w afternoon. - All members Intat to be present are asked to msat 1 :30 on the corner of FiftaasS street i and Fifth, avenue. -imiT' Friday afternoon. The next mS ing of the tent wlU be held swTf T tic science work inwtne usww 7-5-" :fteril0M, .'.ad evening. college curriculum. Tne neni . K, ..-,- flo.ra ned mA of Vmf will b, &i?7XZ!K.. SK ! i!7 r.: ,",r " a nd the sisters and committee mem half street Plaa for Tri-CIly Social. , , At the regular business meeting of tbe Woman's Relief corps held yesterday afternoon at Memorial hall in tbe court house, plans were made for tbe tri-city social to be held Wednesday, Sept 22, in Me morial ball. The affair will be In the form of a dinner. ' - Semi-Annual Elections. . j. The Juniors of the South Park Dawning.' Just before tbe reading 1 Presbyterian cnurcn nem tneir t h. imIm Mil immprtl.itf.lv fol- regular meeting yesterday after- lowing the ceremony she gang noon and elected officers for the "Ave Maria." .coming six months as follows: 1 u- v.M.1 ;niinii woral President Miss Louise Huber. Miss Mary Cavanaugb, as maid of j Vice President Miss Mae Fass honor, and William Wheelan, who . nacht. served the bridegroom as best man. Secretary Miss Guinevere Scott. The bride wore a becoming suit-; Treasurer- Miss Ruth P:erce. dress of blue trlcotlne. with a new. These officers compose the exec fall model blue hat, and her flowers jutive committee which will appoint was a corsage bouquet of Ophelia the chairmen of the various com roses. Miss Cavanaugh wore a.mittees. blue trlcotlne dress, with a hat to: Mrs. W. J. Beardsloy was present match, , and a corsage bouquet of at yesterday's meeting and she gave pink ticds. ' a short miss'onary talk, and also a A wedding supper was served to 1 talk on the subject "How to Have thirty relatives at the Long View Better Year in School," which is tb3 park chalet after the ceremony, af- topic always selected for the Sep ter which Mr. and Mrs. Brown leCt'.tcmber meetings. - on a snort weoamg trip 10 un-a-go. They will be at home upon their return at the home of ths bridegroom's parents, at 10X Twenty-first street. Mrs. Brown attended the Immae rlate Conception academy at Dav enport, and later continued her studies at Northwestern university, and at the Lyceum Arts Conserva tory of Chicago, where she gradu ated. For the last year she has been a teacher of dramatics at Our Wed In Los Anccle. Word has Just been received 1 here of the marriage of Miss Hazel MacDonald of 1804 Ninth street, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John MacDonald of Milan, and Paul M.j Fischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. bers reeclved tbe guests, who en thusiastically proclaimed it an ideal convent from the beautiful cbapel and library on the first floor, to the large airy dormitory on the third floor. 1 During the afternoon and even ing, a delightful program, includ ing much of the parish talent, was presented, and ice cream and cake were served in the dining room and U the sun parlor. The candy table was in charge of Mrs. R. Stockdale, Mrs. B. Kemper, and the Misses Louise Anthony and Irene McLeod. On the lawn wa sa pop booth presided over by the Boy Scouts of the school. About $200 was realized from these booths 1 which amount was presented to thq sisters to g otoward a fund for fur-, nishiegs for the home. I , The affair was spotwred by the ladies' altar society, the following committees being in charge: Chairman, Mrs. L. V. Hinds. Press and program, Mrs. W. A. Russ. Hostesses. Mrs. D. V. Coleman Mrs. H. Kail, Mrs. A. N. Reinert, Mrs. P. C. Rasmussen, Mrs. William Spring, Mrs. J. Anthony, Mrs. J. Burke, Mrs. Gertrude Mullahy, Mrs. Fred Burt, Mrs. J. N. Hopkins, Mrs. Max Harder, Mrs. William Griffin and Mrs. John Gibson. : Hospitality, Mrs. John Sexton Mrs. J. J. Doering, Mrs. F. Fleming, Mrs. A. Z. Lucas, Mrs. A.1 L. Engel and Mrs. C. L. Andrews. Fischer cf 1104 Twenty-ninth ave nue, which took place Saturday ev ening, Aug. 28, in Los Angele3. De tails of the ceremony have not as yet been received. The bride made Pottlffer-Lanhan TiapilaR Miss Twilla Lauhan. daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Logar Lanhan ot 114 Lady 01 Angeis acauemy at yons. h h ... her g,ster Mrs B R Iowa. Mr. Brown attended the Jo- Bowman o 1804 Nintu strect, while cal schools .and the Rock Island . jn Rock Island ghe attemled Aug. high school, which he left shortly j ustana college and for over three neiore nis graauauon in oruer iu enlist In the American Expedition ary services during the war. For two years be was in the 126th field artillery in Demlng, N. Mex., and later he was a graduate of the Sau maur artillery school in France, where he received bis commission as second lieutenant. At present he is associated with the John Dee Auto company. Merry Makers Meet Mrs. John Entler of. 1727 Seventh street entertained the Merry Mak ers at their regular meeting at her home yesterday afternoon. There were eight members present, and Miss Martha McCarrol of Miles, Iowa, was an out-of-town guest. The afternoon was spent pleasantly over fancy work, and later a deli . clous luncheon was served, the table centerpiece being a cut glass basket of Killarney roses. Mrs. O. C. Baker will entertain the club nt its next meeting on Sept. 15 at her home, 731 ' Fourteenth-and-a-half street. All members are urged to be present at that meeting. Sixteenth street, Silvis. and Arthur R. Pottiger of Silvis, formerly of Rock Island, son of Mrs. Emma Pottiger of 115 Eleventh street, Silvis, were united in marriage at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride's mother. Rev. Arlow W. Carr of the First Metho- years was employed in clerical th. ricon0 , work on the Rock Island arsenal. : near relatives Mr and Mr8. Roy, The bridegroom was employed I n Rosenberge. tne brother-in-law I Hodson's garage until recent jy ; and bridegroom, ot- when he went to Los Angeles to tendpd hral and Mjss ta- HP at,I,?sitinttberp connef Mildred Dorman, niece ot Mr. Potti- V ii w L.Yr. ZZ &t, played "Hearts and Flowers" of Moling Mrs. 8C on the piano announcing the ap ago for California and was married b . immediately iipon her arrival in Los brj pretty gown of Angeles, where the new home will j organdie and er white veil, b??IIi!i?: CJA: arranged with a band of orange 6'' 1" ""J". , hlnosnma nrnnnH hor fnrehoaH foil I .. - . ! to the hem of her dress. Her flow lers were a shower bouque ci many friends in Rock Island. Elect Primary Superintendent At: a meeting ot the primary teachers of, tbe South Park Fresby- tertan chUTcb. held at the home of Mrs. C. W. Hessell 'Tuesday even ing. Mrs. E. C. Fisher was unani mously elected primary superin tendent to take the place left va cant by Mrs. Fred Loomls, who was obliged to resign on account of ill health. -V ; ' j Last evening the Sunday school council ot the cnurcn met and rati fied the action of the teachers and also made plans for rally day. Kreplin-Haber Wedding. Miss Marie Huber. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Huber of 1327 Thirty-ninth street and Walter John Kreplin of Rock Island, son of Mrs. Catherine Kreplin of the Thirtieth street road, were united in marriage at a pretty home cere--mony at the home of the bride's parents, at 3 o'clock yesterday aft ernoon. The ceremony was per; formed in the dining room of the Huber home before an improvised altar, banked with palms and ferns intermingled with dainty tea roses. The service was read before some thirty friends and relatives by Rev. W. G. Oglesvee, pastor of the South Park Presbyterian church, which the bride has -always attended. Miss Franee Hnber, sister of the bride. ' attended ber sister as bridesmaid, '; while' Waldo E. Kint acted as best ! man.' Miss Floreaee Long at the piano announced the approach of ' the bridal couple with "Hearts and j Flowers," and immediately follow- j Ing the ceremony she sang "I Love ; You Truly," playing her own ad-1 companiment The bride wore a pretty gown of white crepe de meteor with an overdrape of bride's lace and a white tulle wedding veil bound with orange blossoms, which fell to the hem of her gown. Her flowers were an arm bouquet ot bride's roses. Miss Hnber wore a figured skirt with a trlcolette blouse and a cor sage bouquet of pink roses. A wedding luncheon was served after the ceremony, a large bouquet of rosea forming the centerpiece of the bridal table. Mr. and Mrs. Kreplin, will go directly to housekeeping at 1541 Thirty-ninth street Aagnstaaa Endowment Fund. The-Augustana Endowment Fund society held its September meet- ing yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Johnson, 2705 Six teenth street Mollne. There was1 a very good attendance and routine ' business waa transacted. Mrs. O. ' L. Eckman of Jamestown, N. Y.. a graduate . ot Angnstana college twenty-five years ago. and here last Jane for a reunion, was elected honorary life member of tbe so ciety. . -.x, ' th aneraooa program waa In . rfcarH of Mr. Kata Oleaaon. head ' th ' doemMc aeteaee work la the Miss Summers Honored. j Miss Myrtle Summers, whose! marriage to William Davies will be j an event of next Tuesday evening, was the honoree at a pretty dinner party given as a prenuptial cour tesy for her last evening by Mls3 Bessie Blade! at her home, 1522 Ninth avenue. Cover's ' were laid for ten intimate friends of the bride-to-be. The centerpiece was a large bouquet ot ' yellow and white asters and golden glow, and tiny baskets of blue and gold, the weddings colors, were at each place. The colors were also carried out in the place cards, the menu details and in the house decora tions. After the dinner, the hostess provided tea towels, which were ! hemmed by the guest, each girl embroidering her name in the cor ner of the towel which she hem Imed. The towels were tb"n present led to Miss Summers. sweetheart roses. Mrs. Rosenberg er wore a gown of pink georgette with a corsage . bouquet of pink roses. . After the ceremony a delicious four course luncheon" was served, Important Pan Hellenic Meeting. There w.l be an important meet ing of the Tri-City Pan Hellenic association at 4:30 Saturday after noon at the Y. W. C. A. in P.ock Is land. Plans will be made for the dance to be given by teh associa tion at the Watch Tower on Sept. 8. Social Announcements. The annual picnic meeting of the Broadway Presbyterian church will be held Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock at Long View park near the chalet. Members are asked to bring a basket lunch, their own cup, plate, fork and spoon and to bring thimbles. Coffee will be served by a committee. Keep Your Furs Styled Up to the Minute We have the new est style patterns for re m o d e 1 ing your furs. See us today. 2 ?op taw gadie? 807-S W. Second St DAVE! POET imiwuiii Sale of Wallpaper Room LotsIntluding Hanging To keep our staff employed. To clean out odd room lots. v. . Each reoa lot eenteins 10 rails wall, f rails celling aad IS yards harder, enengh for a 12x15 room; larger $7.72 Regular $11.15 including . hanging $8.72 $10.20 Regular $12.SO iaehidiag haagtag Regular . S1S.M ' inelading haagmg la properties. $12.96 Regular S1T.40 - laemdlBg : haagmg Note Extra charge will be made for remov- . ing old paper, sizing and patching. Orders taken during this 10 day sale will he knag if yea pre f r, aay time op te Oetber 1. i mi IPkbit aa-sssaaaaw asBB""-aBss Moline,llL McCall Patterns For Sale r . A. on Firat Floor Pasta? h DJBSIART.iaWA. The Storeor Eveofbocjy Mi The New McCall Fall Fashion Number . la Here toreldM The Soft Rich Glow of Golden Pheasant The burnished gold color of this bird of the Orient has become quite the desired shade in Fall Millinery. This soft golden color in rich velvet trimmed with delicate em broidery creates a subtle Far-Eastern charm all its own. Golden Pheasant is well repre sented in our Fall display in a va riety of the now shaped hats. 1 Second Floor It's Rather Early to Talk About Christmas But a stitch in time saves embar rassmentalso quite a bit ot, money when it comes to Christmas presents. . In the Art Needlework depart- meat are the new yarns of rich silk and wool mixtures to be made up in the popular English sport hose. Deep metallic coppery shades and colorful heather mixtures are the favorites. Come in and see Mrs'. Buckley in our Art department about free les--sons in knitting these new hose. They make unique presents. Third Floor Laundry for the School Miss via Parcel Post A girl away at college or prep school hates to send her dainty pink and white under-muslins to a laundry. They received such care ful handling at home. Securely packed in one of these fibre parcel po3t laundry cases, her delicate frocks and underthings. may be easily sent home and re turned without injury. Priced at 91.95 to $5.50. Third Floor For Friday & Saturday Fall Hats of Rich Velvet $8.50 Charming hand-fashioned hats of soft lustrous velvet trimmed with metallic em broidery in silver and gold tones. Close-fitting little hats with barely a suggestion of v ribbon trimming they have an individuality and charm that makes them different. They are in the most de sired Fall colors of Nawy Brown Black Beaver 1 1 Blue '' r. Second Floor Special Items in Housewares Bread Box of white Jap- annea metal with roll, top Stenciled m gold. Special l.OO. Aluminum measuring cup, IOC - Glass measuring cup, 15c Aluminum fruit jar fillers, eacn 15c Cold Pack canning rack, special at sac -,-- Parcel Post L aundry Cases, $1.95 to $5.50. ; Third Floor Save 8 By Using Street Car Tickets Now on Sale at Our Transfer Desk Main Floor Smart in Pattern and Rich in Color Are the New Fall Fabrics ; Woolens Velvets f 'Satins DraDinff folds and soft heaDs of erorffeous new silks and wonder- ously woven patterns in the finest njw woolens, make these depart ments of especial interest; ', . ' Never were Autumn dress fabrics richer in color or texture, riaias, Scotch mixtures, velours and silvertoiies predominate in suitings. , The New Silks Are ; Coming Daily Women are using them more and more for eveiy kind of frock and a" ?iist J laffetas and satins are ni preat demand. ; v Black Satin Lusterous black satin, so much in demand for fall frocks. An excel lent black, 35 in. wide, nicely finish ed. . Price per yd. $2.35. Crepe Shirtings A fine quality striped crepe in beautiful colorings suitable for making shirts or shirt waists, 32 in. wide. Special per yd. $2.65. Radium Silk A wonderful assortment of 38 inch printed radium silks suitable for dresses, fancy linings and' kimo nos. Price per yd. $3.50. rC.:. Printed Radium , The choicest Autumn printings in fine quality radiums. An exquisite variety of designs and colors. Priced at $5.95. : . Smart New Arrivals in Wool Fabrics ' Not in manv' seasons have we been able to present so attractivs an assortment of Fall woolens at this early date. Checked Suitings AH wool heather mixed checked suitings, 54 inches wide, in rich new Autumn tints adapted for suits. Price $6.95. All Wool Plaids Handsome all wool plaids in a variety of color combinations suit able for separate skirts or suits. Price per yd. $6.95. Soft Velours An assortment of velours in trfe new shades of brown, green, blue, taupe, suede, and tan, 54 in. wide, the yd. $5.95. Part Wool Plaids j - - . - , Just the thing for school wear, 36 inch part wool plaids in the new Autumn colorings. Moderately priced at $1.35 and $1.65. Firat Floor. Warm Oriental Colors Are in These New Autumn Blouses Blouses that fit over the skirt are in favor this season for wear with the smart suit. The over-blouse gives a certain finish to the costume, especially the better ones ,of rich georgette, taffeta or satin, glowing with met allic embroidery or bead trimming. Just a Glimpse of Some of the New Ones A gorgeous pleated overblouse of navy georgette with broad front and back panels of Aztec georgette trimmed in emerald beading and fancy stitching.' The sleeves are elbow length with a stunning inset of Aztec. The blouse is finished with a narrow grosgrain belt. Price $25. A navy taffeta overblouse, faced around the bottom with changeable silk. The front is beautifully trim med with metallic colored beads. The neck is round with a small round collar. Puffed elbow length sleeves add to the charm of this striking model. Price $39.75. y Second Floor. Recent Arrivals in New Serge Dresses For Little Miss 6 to 14 From the little miss starting off to kinder garten to the girl proudly entering high school. there is nothing neater or that will give longer .... . service than one of these all-wool regulation dresses. They are in the yoke style with pleated skirt and collar and cuffs trimmed with white braid. A red service stripe,, Bleeve emblem and middy tie complete the outfit. Price $12.95. . Girls' Regulation Dresses $5.50 each Washable regulation dresses made of cadet blue hague vtvwi uiiuujr uu reier siyie. ine collar and cuffs are braid trimmed, and the sleeve bears a service emblem. There are sizes from 6 to 14 years. Price $5.50. Girls Wool Middies for School r I Wool Middy Blouses $10.50 and $12.95 Girls flannel middies in navy, red and green. The collar and cuffs are trimmed with braid: and the sleeves with emblem , and service stripe. ' Sizes 8 to 16.' Priced $1050 and $12.95. Wool Middy Skirts $3.95 to $12.95 : Girls' all wool serge skirts in I a variety of pleated styles, trimmed with pockets, buttons and belts. Sizes fronv6 to 16 years. Priced at $3.95 to $12.95. Second Floor. An Autumn Display Domestics , Dress Ginghams A splendid quality of dress ' gingham, 27 inches wide, in a fine assortment of plaids. The patterns are suitable for girls' school dresses or women's house dresses. The price is exceptionally low for this quality ging ham ; per yard 48c. Striped Percales Shirting percales in a va riety of neat light colored stripes. Suitable for men's shirts or women's house dresses and aprons. 36 inches wide. Special at, the yard 38c. Printed Challis An assortment of neat de signs in printed challis, 36 inches wide, suitable for comfort covering or draper ies. Price, per yard 35c j First Floor The New Wool Yarns for Fall Are Here - Knit Your Own Sport Sweater Why miss at. opportunity like tjjiis? We have a gor geous lot of new fall yarns in the desired colors, and our Mrs. Buckley will gladly give you lessons in the new styles and stitches. Angora trimming is very popular this season. We have it in black, white, and gray. The soft colors of the new silvertone yarns will appeal instantly. "Silkanwool" is also much in demand. Come in and let us show them to you. Luncheon Cloth and Buffet Set Among the new arrivals If a luncheon cloth with a buffet set to match. They are stamped on Indian head In basket design to b worked in white and blue. The edge is hemstitched in pointed, scallops to be flnished in crochet. Bedspread Set A new bedspread set is stamped on unbleached muslin to be worked In French knots in three shades of blue. The set consists of a spread, bolster scarfs, clothes pro tector and laundry bag. Art Dept, Third Floor Hosiery Pure Thread Silk $2.65 A high grade hose of pure thread silk, full fashioned, .with lisle garter top and re inforced toes and heels. Colors of black and Havana brown. For Friday and Saturday selling, special per pair, $2.65. . v First Floor Toilet Goods Specials Woodbury's Facial Soap, 3 for 55c Pond's Vanishing Cream, large jar, 40c Listerine, small size, 20c Hor lick. Malted Milk' Small size 40c ' Large size 85c Hospital size $3.25. First Floor i I . aad ah spoke on "t 4 I.