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Both Mrs. Gertrude Bmith greatly f Dleaaed With two delightful select-. ed readings, and Elmer Hapke i played "On the MounUlna" (Orleg) 'i In a Tory feeling manner.' ' u A, dainty luncheon waa aerred 'j'ln the dialog room, en buffet, , at r, tha close of the enjoyable evening, f the hostess being assisted by M'.ss I Helen Gaines, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. II. Gilbert. y Mnslcal a Success. ti Tba musical sponsored by the -. Christian Endearor society of the !: Broadway Presbyterian church at the church laat evening waa de '; dared by all who attended one of ) the moat successful affairs giren k by tba society in late years. Tha talent was carefully selected, and 'the program, an unusually inter Vestlng one, was enjoyed by a large - audience. A large sum, which la sto be used for missionary ..was realized from the affair. work i Plan for Birthday Party.. Miss Rose Margrath enteamined the Qembers of the Kate Hill Mis ; alonary society of the First Presby jjterian church last evening at the f home of her mother, Mrs. C. L. . Oberstaller, Twenty-fourth street and Twenty-first arenue. Plans '.were discussed for the 15th an- nual birthday party, to be nem Oct. 20, when Miss Kate HUi, tne mis- alonary, after whom the society is named, win ne a special guest, w tails tor the affair were left in the hands ot the new social commit ' tee. which Includes Mlaa Edna . Buattner. chairman: Mlaa Marie - Whitney, Mlaa Tillie Toennigea, Miss Ada Simpson and Miss Eliz abeth Bryan. Committees appoint ed for the year were announced last 'night Miss Mildred Warnock and Miss .Minnie Toennigea gave abort. Infor mal talks on the missionary con ference which they attended this summer at Tarkio, Mo., as a part of the program. Delicious refresh ments were served by the hostess. .The members were conveyed from and to the car line by automobile. The next meeting will be held Oct 3. . v .. I nab Activities Started, r With the meetings of two Y. W. .0. A. clubs last evening at the as sociation the club activities for the iwinter were started. The Phllo girls enjoyed a supper meeting, wltb Miss Hazel Ruat in charge. V C&real Should "feu Buy ? ) If it's, flay of you want; if it's 1 ' , moderate cost, or full nourT , , ishment without waste; if it's ' quickness of) service , By all meas try a packageTof 1hat Tftis famoufe wheat and malted barley food has every good feature ed xreal 1"iTV TWOeS Grocers Everywhere SeUGrapeNuts aa Than waa a attar the of thai. P.. cfh Mat at taa aappar oar. w&h 'i3as HtUa iBraaatpa, garsiiia rMnattal far Uaa Baaa. Mlaa Xafaarlaa Bobb of UO VoaKatau-aad-a-l -."--- 'mwtmnmm I i-aad-a-balt atraat, whoaa Johnaoa, tOl i -Tli -.. .. ,k. hofjoraa at a Tory pretty pranap- tiai rtM aa a aarprUe for bar laat mhif in tha aaaax at tha Flrat 1 Rutiat. rJunroli at tha aanelnakia at H aaiaiatlagaof thaBaraca - a 1 - - . i ana rmiMVtm umm m ine canrcn. ; tuum ciaaaea oc tna cnorcn. ; Mlaa Bobb waa praaaat for tba aami- laaaaai alaotiona of the PhlUthe I tl.ItM.n.lL.. wordt aapraaaat.claaa, dad after tha baalaaaa aaa- J oo, tha claaa met Jointly with the I 8am-imambara of tha Baraca claaa, the affair baiag a - aurpriaa ,for tha',' bride-elect - Mlaa Robb'a colon, pink and blue, weip tractireiy carried oat In - the , daooration, which consisted of twisted crepe paper of tha colon strung through-' oat the annex. ' Oamea were enjoy ed in which prizes were given to Mlaa Rood and to Mrs. Harold Du- Bois. and later dainty refreshment were aerred at one long table. The centerpiece waa a bouquet of pink and white asters, and the table ap- polntmenU and menu detail car HmI out tha nink and nine idea. Other parties are being planned for Mlss Robb. Officers elected at the meeting of the Philathea class are: President Mrs. Edward Brian! Vice , president Mrs. Norbert Plogh. - Secretary Miss Esther Eastland. Treasurer Miss Katherine Mil ler. , . , Officers elected at the business session of the Baraca class are: President Lawrence Brown. Vice president W. E. Hoffemnn. Secretary Sylvan Richards. - Treasurer Lyle Sonders. Teacher O. L. Smith. v " : Membership committee - Jack Kittilsen, chairman ; Russel Simp son, Martin Wall, Marion, Beesley. Hustlers' committee Raymond Haddock, chairman: T C Torhil- lard, Harry Davis, Lewis Peterson. Social committee Philip Wag ner as chairman will select his own committee later. Athletic committee Kenneth Mil ler aa chairman will select hisown oruimium. una new memoer was ; taken into each of the classes. , ' l" Hosteaa to" Club. Mrs. Byron T. Washburn was bos-) teas to toe joiiy Thirteen club yes terday afternoon at her home, 1506 seventeenth street, Moline. Carda J were enjoyed, prises in bbe games going to Mrs. Oscar Graham and to Mrs. Carl WellniU. Mrs. Charles Palmer won the consolation prise. After the games delicious refresh menta were aerred by: the hostess. The next meeting will be held Oct. 5 with Mrs. Charles Hendricks, 609 Forty-first street. Rock Island. Plan Party for Children. . At a meeting of . the juvenile committee of Oakleaf camn No. ;f"j, nujw neigauors oi America, neia yesieraay arternoon, plans were made for a party to be held Saturday afternoon from r to 6 o'clock at Woodman's hall. All ! members are Invited to bring their cmiaren. An interesting program will be given, to commence at 2 o'clock. Chatter Circle to Meet. . ' Amoo caldron chatter circle will meet Friday afternoon In the par lors of the, Masonic temple. The hostesses fori the afternoon will be Mesdames Dunsmore, Stanton. Bar- ner, Larson, Quinlan and Woodia. ougcsr-xDEtxring Cerea ; fbod mould have, and more HE-WlgS i i " Made, by una vf .mbb i - . PuSl A. Johnioo , ' Earljin October Ft.rt -anoTnc; tha aa - Miif ! aimrnaehina mar- cagemeiit aad approaching "f ria of their aangater, mmh nata-. - a.i. hiiiuM ani SMood i atraat. - TM .aate lor ua nnpuata haa not been aet, bat they wtU takai Dlaca aome time dnrina tha aany nart of October and wilt ba a quiet I homa caempny. performs Dy r. ar - . i uiaraa uraager. tww uiMpr, : "l" Plrat Baptist chorcb. waiter a waa- Ja a-ataa. tk 'aaia,1a will VVftal bTab I din trio the cample will tbelr home la Rock Ilana. : ; Mlaa Bobb hae alwaye urea in Rock Ialand, attanding tha local achoola and for six yaara waa at tha Daily Union, moat of that- time aa society editor, sue nas iw circle of friends who will be inter' ested in her engagement announce- ment; Mr. Johnson graduated from the Rock Island high school in the class of 1915. He waa in the aer vice, in the trench mortar battalion, serving some time in France. He is now 'employed . at the Moline Plow company. .r : W.CT.FJ. Electa Delegates. The Central branch of the W.C. T. U. held its regular meeting yes terday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. and elected Mrs. Andrew Dahlen a delegate to . the state convention to be held at Quincy, Oct. 12-15. Delegates were elected to the coun ty W. C. T. U. convention, to be held Thursday at the First Methodist church, as follows: Mrs. W. O. LItten, i Miss Alwllda Young, Mrs. Robert Baird, . Mrs. Belle Jones, Mrs. O. F. Young and Mrs. Fred Titterington. A abort program fol lowed the business session with Mrs. W. G. Ogleree in charge of the devotionals. Mrs. W. 0. Litten was the leader, the subject being "Tem perance ' Work in- Burma." Mr3. B. E. Robb gave a talk on "Achieve ments in Burma," and Mrs. George Reddig spoke on "Burmese Mission aries Ask Booze Restrictions." There was a piano solo by Miss Peck and Mrs. Ogleree read a pa per about Frances Willard Wang, a Chinese girl who is attending i school in Chicago. The next meet- jing 0f the union wilt .be held Oct i at the Y. W. u. A. Change Dale of Opening. TheY.W. C. A. swimming classes were to have started last night, but because of an unavoidable cir cumstance it waa made necessary to change the day. Those expect ing to take the course of lessons are asked to watch for further no tices which will be issued in a few days. Miss Dorothy Rogers, the new .physical secretary, will hare charge of the classes. Prennptials for Brides. Miss Nancy Dow, Miss Margaret Von Maur and Miss Frances Sever ance, all October brides, are being entertained at a charmingly ap pointed luncheon this noon giren as a prenuptial courtesy for them by Mrs. I. Weir Sears of 1210 Sec ond arenue, Davenport, at (fee Dav enport Outing club. Covers are laid for 20 Intimate friends of the brides-to-be. The table centerpiece Is an attractive bouquet ot pink . and white garden flowers and the pink and white colors are being carried out in all the appointments. The afternoon hours are being spent in formally at bridge. ' Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Bur dick N. Richardson of 1(16 Terrace arenue, Davenport, entertained at a small dinner at tbelr home tor Mis a IL I Lii HuiU Di Hitann "To T daliaaa. Tba gaaaa wara tha tort- ami party and with a taw taUmaU Mamilaaad edVani. wars Mra. JamaaToa Maw oCBaat aat atraat m aoataaa at a oridcalMaa. Baakata of tka at tha Oatlnc cUb reatacaay aftar aooB ooaaaliaMadac MbM Do waad Mlaa Voa Maar. Tba gaaata wara u m frlMul and card tahlaa wara l cacUred boat tha parlbra for tha ;Tbay whl ba at bona .upoa ttalr gaaua. That Waa a prtaa at aaca iratara at 4 aaw homo at 40 Forty tahia aad party farora for tha booaaiflrat atraat, Moltoa. Mr. Aldaaato gaaata. BaakaU aad vaaaa of gar-aaaodatad with tha Root Van- or. to tha dfcaUo,. Opt ft towa Tuiron were ansa uma winx . n r. . ! i -T7,r'Z oJTv .-7 1 Ind. ; Light, refreahmenU , wara iaarrad at 6 o'clock at tha amall tamaa.' Lanehaea for Kama, iiaaB atTT n nainnT n anna i Tha Fifth District Nnrsea' r-. TMti., aft-rnoon at thm welfare ftrnnon at th welfare -. - . . . . delidoua luncheon waa aerred, with "" covers laid for about twenty-fire, after which a short -business ses sion waa held. The Winoia state nurses' convention, which is to be held at LaSalle Sept 30 and Oct 1, was discussed, and a number of the nurses signified their intention of going. After the business ses sion, a tour around the arsenal waa enjoyed. . Elect Offieera, j Officers for the year were elected at the regular meeting of Court of Honor, No. 855, , held laat evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kolloff, 707 Thirteenth street Fol lowing are those to serve during the year: - - - Past chancellor Carl Kolloff. Chancellor George Baumbach. Vice chancellor George Ehmke. I Recorder Mrs. : George . Baum bach. Chaplain Mrs. Otto Litterest Conductor Mrs. Fannie Johnson. Guard Mrs. Carl Colloff. ' Sentinel Harry Harms. Three tables of cinch were play- ,ed after the election, Mrs. Litterest taking ladies head prize and Mrs. Harry Jenks the low, while Mr. Barnes took the gentleman's first and Otto Litterest the low. Re freshments were served by the hos tess. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Harry Barnes, T617 Sixth street, on Oct 12. " . - Lunchfen for Mrs. Xayaard, Mrs. Claries J. Montgomery en tertained at a small luncheon yes terday noon at her home, 1803 Fifth arenue, for Mrs. Louis J. Maynard of Dallas, Texas, who ia visiting relatives in the city. Luncheon was served at' 1 o'clock and the table decorations were, mixed garden .flowers. The afternoon hours were spent informally. Aid Sponsors Coffee, - . The ladies' aid society of the First Methodist church will give a coffee Friday afternoon between the hours of 3 and 6 o'clock at the lhome of Mrs. T. Ml Cook. . 1230 Twentieth street . Fronds of the society are invited to attend. Will Sew for Bazar. There will be an all day meeting of the members of the Eastern Star social circle tomorrow at the home of Mrs. John Forbes, 1220 Fourth avenue; A picnic dinner is td be served at noon and those expecting to attend are asked to call Mrs. Forbes. R. I. 1021. The hours will be spent sewing on articles tor the fall bazar. ' Weds la Idaho. , Friends of Fred Ruckles of Poca tello, Idaho, formerly of this city, will be interested: in the announce ment of his marriage to Miss Louise Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lewis of that city, which took place recently. The ceremony was a simple home one. ' Mr. and 'Mrs. Ruckles . are to live in Pocatello, where Mr. Ruckles is in the rail road employ. ' ; Aldeae-Andereav Wedding.' -Miaa Emma Anderegg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderegg, 1415 Tenth street. Rock Island, be came the bride of Arthur E. Aldene, aon of Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Aldene of 1304 Twelfth street, Moline, at a pretty ceremony quietly solemn ized at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the home of the bridess parents. The service waa read by Rev. J. T. Mordy, pastor of the Central Pres byterian church. There were no attendants. - , The bride wore a pretty gown of white' charmeuse trimmed- with white laca and pearl beads, and her wedding Aeil fell to the hem of her gown. Her flowers were , shower bouquet of pink and white rosea and lilies of the valley. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served for members of the lmmedi- Itrads? C , , By ITiis C R E SCEN T Signof QutKty may yoa be led to bay Crackers af abaelate parity aalaty, thta, crisp, flavery. aa j raa hbs or m eaoara- banc m nr IX Tha taala caatarjlaoa waa a haga pink aa4 wUta Jaaka Lo-jaaooratad with, pia ana wnixa Of ph and whita daeorataa tha room. Mr. aad Mra. AUaaa latt baaadl ktalr for a wedding trip t Chicago and aotoU.of iataraat la Wlaeonala. M m . k - tha local achooU and rraduat- h,. t.i.i hih achooL t :. Eater Wleaer Beast. About eleven members of the Christian Endeavor society of the Cleland. Presbyterian church en joyed a wiener roast last evening on the banka of the canal. A huge fire waa built around which the mem' bera gathered and roasted their wieners and enjoyed a social even ing. " Held Bcgalar Meetiaa The regular meeting of the T. L. A. society of the Spencer Memorial Methodist church waa held last evening at the home of Mrs. Henry Carlson, 1115 Fourteenth street. Mo line. "There were nine members present, and following the business session, refreshments were served and a social hour enjoyed. The next meeting will be held Oct 19, the' place to' be announced later. Service Circle Changes Tear. The Service circle of the King's Daughters held the first meeting of the fall last evening at the sum mer home of Miss Catherine Mar shall on Twenty-first arenue and Fourteenth street It was decided, since the Service circle year begins in January and September com mences the year for . each of the other circles in Rock Island, to change the date, beginning the new year with last evening a meeting, and donating the three months of dues paid to the treasury. All of the old officers were reelected for the coming year and Miss Char lotte Huesing was unanimously elected secretary to fill the va cancy left by Mrs. Paul Semrad of Chicago, formerly 'Mi fa Alber'.ta Richards of Rock Island. The of ficers are: j President Miss Miriam Walker. First rice president Miss Eliz abeth Sharps. Second vice president Miss Hil da Quakenbush. - Secretary Miss Charlotte Hues ing. . - " Treasurer Miss Dorothy Rhoads. It was also decided to meet once a month instead of every, two weeks as was the custom last year, the meetings to be held on the first Tuesday of every month. Miss Lois Bruner and Miss Helen Mar shall were appointed to go to the baby clinic this Friday afternoon, and Miss Margaret Cook and Miss Blanche Carpenter to go the fol lowing Friday. At the close of the business session delicious refresh ments were served by the hostess and a delightful social hour enjoy ed. The next meeting will be held Oct 5 at the home of Miss Mar garet Cook,. 1230 Twentieth street. I Cold weather is not far away. In fact the fur season is at hand. - i So yoa will be wise to hare your furs remodeled now. D YOU CAN TRUST YOUR FURS TO US Our expert workmen know how to remodel furs and our prices are not high. i ga r1 r ?wp iw genie jr W7-P w. DAVprOBX MARK aeaiea canaaa. The Lady JBka will hold a eocial meeting tomorrow afternoop at, the, esab rooms. , a- i t- .y, The Womaa'a Miaafcmary eodety of the Broadway Presbyterian eharch will meet Friday afternoon at S o'clock at the home of Mrs. J: A. Searer, sis. Second arenue. The Loyal Bereaa claaa of the Memorial Christian eharch will hold ita monthly business meeting Friday evening at the home ot airs. & i, Sinn, 1127 Fourteenth street : The quilting which waa to hare been held by the Ladies' Aid society of tha South Park Presbyterian church on Thursday has been post pond to Friday. - BOY, AGE 5, MAY ; DIE OF INJUBIES CAUSED BY AUTO Ruasell Ketelaen, age 5, aon of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ketelaen, 1824 East Locust street, Davenport, Was injured shortly after t o'clock last evening when struck by an automo bile and he may die. The lad was playing with other youngsters in the street at Eastern arenue and Locust at the time- he was struck. !The machine was driven by E. F. PaulL 11-113 WEST SECOND STREET DAVENPORT, IOWA. Ultra-Smart Fall Suits in cut exceptional sale $7715.00. Every Suit a Sarvelons Talue Beautifully Tailored, Embroidered and Far Trimmed Peach Bloom, Duvet De Laine, '''' Veldyne, Velour De Laine, Tricotines, , Yalamas and Suede Velours. Richt o We have a number of H igh Grade standard makes of Sewing Machines including White. Free. New Home. which have become slightly marred, on which we will give 10 Discount until sold. This is an exceptional o pportunity to buy a high grade machine at a big savi ng; -We have repairs for al 1 makes of machines. Needles, 25c doz.; Belts,2(?c;Oii,7. Personal Points 1; Mrs. O. "Leonard left this morn ing for Indianapolis, called there by the death of her brother, John A. Dixon, whose early : home -was in this city, j r , ' - - Mrs. J. J. Ingram, at her home. 70S Seventeenth street has aa her house gueata her two brothers, A. J. Freeman of Long Beach. Cat, and B. O. Freeman oi unanuie, Kan., who arrived laat evening for an extended atay. , . j Mr., and Mrs. C. F. Toenntges aad aon Ray ot 207 Fourth arenue have returned from .Hartley, lows. where they visited wun reiaurea nifford. Mvera of 1I7S "Forty- third street, haa returned home aft-! er spending several days in Deca-1 tar, where he attended a meeting of the Christian Endearor union of PwtnhitnvalMadOnwlnaCnnanB I Th Origlaal Food-Drink For All Ages I he More of yuattty She lerto i Others priced $45 to $298.50 Fall Dresses m m twm va ex aissv Ska mrm wra aw syvttwvii Through special preparation we are able to feature these two : groups, offering exceptional values 3E ant Kitten Ear Crepe CharmeuMe Tricotine Tricoltttet ; French Serge Crepe Back Satint Others Priced $25.00 to $198.50 Where Fashion Reigns C ers 10 Discount Sale on Sewing dkhines niuriSJi Z19-ZZ1 W. Second St. imiiki uieuiaie nnwilili uw wiunuau Aaueavor saw Jay Plgman of Allaaw'. left for his noma fhi. .1' mf iraiwuf ci ai uaya the home of Dr. G. q. rCTrl' Seventh avenae. !rrK POST BYRON 02i5 AND FUEL AD3r lio UAJflTAL 7 (Special to The Ansai Springfield. III., Sept rU. Port Byron Grain and PMaW pany ot Port Byron. Wiiu.1 Roberta, president, and rwT Schafer, secretary, certify u v secretary ot state today to kZ ua capital stock trom lmz $25,000, ( Kick Milk. Maitea Grain IttfMl k NCookiog-griluag--0i(i2J Crepe Back Satins Tricotines . French Serges Charmeuse Tricotine and Satin Combinations vlnPORT a. ..,. . laal 1 W4k. iBelg I I l I Moli: 1 I 1 fBrac I i(J lei14' iBlor TV ' I Bart j Id" VJ I Den . Jft. hon( turn Lf Jland forty glai taaai aaka patirw wtui Judge ' tae h a " 'jtn o ft I Baaato liollae bteen. 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