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v .. s ' I- ' - : .:v f ' ' I 3, 1 V - . r SSSSaaaai III, HI iaMSaMMMJIfC D. MMnW of MUt avenue ana Oscar set MI7 Tveatv-aiaUi -a tatta Injnarrlate yes i jraooa $tm o'clock at 5fe of tae Bvanfellcal I ef Jsace.. Rev. F, J. Botf. r ef fits cbwch, perform B'f. Tuere war bo t , Ur. aad Mn. Apple will 3r oome ittCI Efefateeatii t Mr.'Apptea la tat Are jm ssetoeeB. - ' ; Wol PMi Brm. V VOra at. Beeea of Mollne faerge H. Zeigler of 1226 i aveaae. Bock IslandVwer narr)s4 at S o'clock last jag m Port Byroa. There were i irtnlintT The new homa will tnMle la Bock Island. .Mr. Zle t to employed at toe Rock U jl plow company. . r jUU Mala BaU DeataMt A cradle roll dapartmaat baa t aided Jo the Sunday School fv'tka Second Cnriatlan charch. ; l A. B. Bock ia president of tae , ydtpartawat- , . to amaal board 'aai ateanr ts- TW '40W1 couega wui BeiaxiomorrowMvoalac, la 4ka w o orcMCK. au otadonU,. for mer auMU an, friends are la- ttw w aoax. Toere wm ae a program given. Members of Budoiv Rabettaft lodto wllf celebrate the itthaa ntrersary of their orgaalastioa Frt day evening at Odd VtUows' sen. The affair , la beta arranged for RoMkaha aad their Wanda and a large attendance la Jeslred. Mrs. John Cnansky at her heme, wivi Tweutb street, will enter tain the members of the Ladies' Missionary abciety of the Central Presbyterian church at S o'clock to morrow afternoon. -; The Ladies' Aid- society of the nrsi Haptut church will hold an au-oay sewing at the church to morrow. . 5 s Mra. William H. ntssimmeoa of UK roartaeath atreet, wlU be hos tess to the: mambara of the Ladles' -a'Cwca iMaarrow aftar- T2 lral Bouv aT tha Tlamaii C&iMma aharem STmaat el tha tlawMedac. - Tao Loyal Jfeaabtsra of tha 8ae- eod Chrlstiaa ahwreh win ateet tnts wswf si u aoane ex Mra. "Wil liam lUber. ; aezt door to the Charch. . The Wosaaala TrsAa TJaJoa taagae wtn aaet at X:M Friday afternoon at the Rock Island Industrial home. David MeVey of Chicago will apeak oa Tka lanaer-Lahar Party Quea- Ua . 'r. . . . . , o. :v Relmer ht Jobasoo ...... Rochfbrd Aaaa hL Ltadell Roikterd WUllA. MUler, Jr. ...... Mollne Mary K. Hnette .Mot tee Goorgs H. Ztogler ....Rock Island Ora ht Beach ....... v..... Mollne Richard F. Hennemann: .Daren port Helen ht Mohl . . . .Rook Island Earl W. Baaeett (col); .Rock Island Helena $. Harper (col). Rock Island Joba T. McOurren . .Council Bluffs Mrs. Carrie E. Haiber .......... .. Council Bluffs oscar E. Apple .......Rock Island Mra. Bertha tt Scheuermann. . . - Rjvlr laUiul Oay -L Curnutt.....Mt Vernon, la. Mabla toyder. ML Vernon. Ia. r - "The Memory of Qaality Remains Long After The, Price Is Forgotten" . ' " ' ' v . .... ' , .' ' 4 One of the grand old men of the hardware business is the father of that expression and every one who- hat ever hxdTthe satisfaction of buying reaDr GOOD merchandise realizes its truth. . . C - &::.' " ' - . y. ' .-r . 9 But it never applied' to any other one hem betterthan it does to the' WEIR furnace. When you count the satisfaction of having: a heatineDlant that isRJGHT year in and year x out, and add to that a worthwhile saving on fuel EVERY' scaaon, you wiQ admit that f x Tha Owner cf A Weir Fcrasoe H&s Gssse For ContfratoUtloa leer After letr Most really GOOD things cost less to maintain than some lower priced articles of the same kind, and the maintenance of a WEIR saves the extra first cost several times to the fortunate owner. ' t ' C " ' " - - . ' illaaafaceared by IBS U5TO IUBUGB COSPAHTf Paorfa Summers & Ringier 1416 SixttrAve. Rock I.lai Your Opportunity! J' iff I ' "V Thiseieet homf'situattin one of the choicest, residence portions of Rock Island, can be bought at a bar gainfifty per cent less thaxi it could be built for today. Is built of hollow tile;, stucco finish; interior oak thrauarhout; eomDietelv ud to date, with bath, lavatories, shower, etc. Lot I zxi ou reec , ,., Homes like this are hot often on the market- (not for scii.y. ForsaleDy " W. E. BAILEY4 ; -Or F. K. RHOAPS 102 Robinson Bid. - , - , 100 Robinton Eld A' i Or v Kflnr Brtttoafa trademark, es- tabU, a aMr of y jela :aalfcyf tat tha aruswy. scalar taviaft esAeilishaMttt "CW IMdr. Mag wan .eathaaaMtic aaiataa t laat aaaaoa la NawTork. ad CMm Kaw la as SataM tha easy aaaaatatttt Brtttoa. an aai algal, ay fakyasc. it and Thai aa aterry aa4 Htr goat ae wta tastlt aai Ct- tUBW a ay nohard C UaUoa aad T. H. vmatta, a aa thattath aew esahiari Tha'aer-fe I Vr . aai yaach. Crr au - J. mta-iir KWaaalagtaa. tUs atet aewr if1'. ' &laB Order ,Omr Prompt aad &rfar ' Attantsoai Tho Stoip&r Evoiqbc tUaOra!a , Raoaraar Our Proaayi v , gds4CstfA4 r Featuring Specialty Selected Groups;of the New Autumn .Fyocks and Dresses so i: $4g.so i $55 oo - A NEW SERVICE To oar enstomera from out of the city we extend the RrivQege of a New Serrlce, FREE. We are prepared to take aara aC your automobile while yon are tat the city shopping. ' v-? We have at your service a large steam heated garage, centrally lo cated, night and day attendants. Instead of parking your ear oa the street, drive diftctly to the store and unload. Ton will be given a ticket to the .garage where your car will be' cared for aad delivered to you, at your call. If This New Service free of charge to onr out-of-towa customers. metres rfront Vol Tha "Koxy Wrap" Grow With' the Baby - Bounds impossible, doesn't ttl But It's true nevertheless. As baby grows, you simply let the wrap out to fit When baby Is large enough to wear a coat, you just turn under or cut off the bottom of the wrap and you have a handsome coat - The "Rosy Wrap" Is fitted with a detachable rubber pad which pre vents soiling and makes it sani- tary. In white eiderdown or chin chilla, priced 87.00 to sio.so. ' Second Floor "Baby Shop," -. Uniqne Tea Sets of Rich Folper Pottery ' - Odd Colonial' shapes In don finished, smoky, mottled greens and browns. 'They immediately lm ! press yon with that cosy atmos phere which surrounds an after noon tea table. Squatty little Japanese shapes with curious spouts and handles, finished In a dull greenish gray . glase. Four pieces teapot, stand, sugar bowl and cream pitcher;' fts.50. . - , Third Floor' ' ' Colonial Calendar Girla -That Help Make Your Date By the side of her twin-alster, ' the demure little hoop-skirted Telephone Girl, who hides your unsightly phone, she stands ready to remind you of any and all Important- dates. Prettily hand color- ed to Old Rose or Delft Blue. A delightful gift or prise. Price $1.00. , . .. Third Flaor You Can Make Your Own Muff With One of The New Muff Beds Buy a ' bit of Sealtoe. Nutria, Plush, or any other material yetf may prefer and cover one of these satin-lined muff beds. Ton can easily make one to match the trim mings on your suit or coat, aad at . a traction of the coat of a ready made muff.. Priced from $1JS to $7.50. . Motions. First Floor It's Quite Proper to Have a Bag to Match One's Suit These new aflk velvet baga beau tifully mounted -with drop-top frames and embroidery trimmed, appear in shades of brown and. taupe. Priced fSJO to S19J0. . The new "Monte Carlo" velvet, bag has aa odd tortoise cap which . covers the draw top aad a beauti fully carved shell base. Ia coloza of brown and black. -Price 11540. ; - First Fleer The Pastor's AidU - ' of th Calvary Baptist Church !" (14th and Perry Sts.) - Wnigive s Hafreat Heme Supper, in the church on Enday, Sept 24th. - Sapper tOc Children under 8 years 35c ; . $39 ACH one of these new sOk and cloth frocks has some distinjnusnfflff touch which instantly finds favor with the woman or vounsr woman who wants the best of the new. modes. Colorful threads of silk or wool, gleam ing beads, or a novel tonic set each one apart If a woman has limited her expenditure, here are assortments that demonstrate to her she need not limit her selections. Practically - every desired Fall material and style are shown in these three, moderately : priced v groups, and you may be sura of expert work- -- manship. ' " ' The wool frocks are fashioned of tricotine and serge, while the silk dresses for informal wear are of satin, crepe meteor georgette and mignonette. Black and navy blue predominate, but rich shades of brown are alsofavored. - Vestees of bright colored davetyn or lace add charm to many of the woolen frocks. Collars are flat or roll style or absent alto gether. i At $39.50 A frock of navy tricotine in the silhouette style has a-tunic over a black satin skirt. 'Embroidered in green and finished with a nar- . row belt' A black satin dress has a sur plice waist with flesh colored vestee of georgette. The skirt is ribbon trimmed. At $48.50 There is an attractive dress of 1 navy mignonette in the straight line tunic style. The tunic is trimmed with wide bands of gold and blue embroidery and blue buttons. . A tailored one-piece dress of navy or brown tricotine is brsid . ' and button trimmed, with' silk cord about waist. At $55.00 One dress of rich brown satin has a basque waist with square neck, and a lace overskirt with puffs of satin about the waist Another, in this group is of navy, mignonette, elaborately trimmed in self-embroidery. The draped skirt and long waist give a slender effect Fleer A Specially Featured Group of . Corsets $5.00 Included are corsets from some of the best known makers a variety of styles and sizes to suit every figure. Our expert corsetierres will be glad to give you a spe cial fitting at any time. ) In this group at $6.00 are Bon Tons in elastic top and medium bust; Nemo corsets with low topfor medium and stout figures; R. dfc C corsets for the medidm figure; Lady Roth front lace; LaCamille, Cameo and Nolife corsets in various sizes. J Second Fleer Fresh from Their Wrappings Are These Crisp Gingham Dresses $3.95 ach Because of-their neat, youthful appearance and great serviceability, gingham dresses are more and more becom ing favorites for year-round wear.; Not the old fashioned, shapeless dress of a few years ago, but richly colored, well made dresses with distinctive individual touches. Fine Toile du Nord gingham dresses in -Wutiful.blue, brown and green plaids or ; plain colored chambray of brown, tan or blue with organdie collars and cuffs and contrast - stitching Sizes 6 to 14 years, $35. rap The Favorite New FaU Silks Satin Meaaaiino ' A great favorite for Au tumn dresses. Fine quality, beautifully finished.'and will give excellent service. 86 in. wide. Special, per yard $235. . Black Channelise Of extra Quality in rich soft finish that drapes nicely,- 40 in. wide. Per yard $5.95. , Georgette Crepe -' Printed georgette in a wide variety of beautiful patterns and shades suitable for the new costume blouses or sleeves in a frock. Price, per yard $3.95. : - Crepe Shirtings Exceptionally attractive colorings in fine quality crepe 'shirtings. Priced at $135. . '.J - First Fleer Toilet Goods ,. Special Sale of Vv Prophylactic Tooth Brashes Continuing Our Annual September Housewares Sales Friday and Saturday Countless opportunities for sayings in every-day necessities are offered' in our'. September sale px Housewares, isvery thing the housewife needs in cooking utensils, laundry supplies and house cleaning items, may be found in our. Housewares Department 9 cup Aluminum percolator.-$1.48 2 qt Aluminum csusepans. 5 qt Aluminum tea kettle. . $1 va Special Frida Only Sani-Flnsh .. . . . 2 t or 3Sc Cocoa Door Mat Dostless Dust Cloth Dunlap Cream Whip Special Friday Only Toilet Paper rolls 23c, , TalraJ Fleer $13 . 20c esc l 25c These brushes are a spe cial lot that were originally made for the U. S. Army. They are the same qaality as the regular Prophylactic tooth brush, but are sot J lacked in individual boxes, n adult size, medium bristle. Each 25c. -' Creme Oil Soap, 3 for 25c Sayman's Soap, 3 for 35c Lux, 3 boxes for 35c Horiick'a Malted M2k Small size, 45c . Large size 85c FREE With each brush on Friday and Saturday yrm'-wSS give FREE, one trial tube of F. E. I. Tooth Paste. Woodbury's Facial Soap, per cake 23c D. A B. Cold Cream, large jar4Sc , Henna Shampoo, 10c Black Robber Dressing Combs, each COc - '