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i 7 I ' VitW If 1 1 rails. Ffca cad Orient Tsar hooks for fas Monday Study are out, aad the program for ' year, arranged by Mrs. -Allan k. Mrs. r. O. Vm Gelder and ' . t c. 4. Ssnrle, will no doubt be r Uculsrly Interesting. This year L ) dab will take up a study which consist of 'glimpses of the t9 pat ud modem fiction. At the fc)t meeting, to be held on Oct 4 StKhe home of Mre. C, W. Hawes, . X' J' . Eighteenth t avenue, when "Tartey" will be studied, Mrs. Wll llnjn Lavender ud Mn. F. O. Vu r Mder will be la charge of the i program. - T z-,f , ; ' r following, are the hostess and the stud subjects for the yearr " Oct. 18 Mrs. Mayer Lert, host ess. "The Bromley Neighborhood" (Alice Brown), Mrs. C." B. Marshall, Mm. J. L. Vance.- " - Nor. 1 Mrs. William Lavender, hostess. "Japan." Mrs. C. W. Hawes. Mr. W. 3. Sweeney. Nor. 15 Mrs. W. 1. Sweeney, hostess, r "Justice"' (John Gals worthy), Mrs. M. M. Sturgeon. Sov. 2 Mrs. A. L. Richards, hostess. "China," Mrs. R. T, Lee.j Mrs. Allan Welch. ! Dec. la Mrs. F. O. Van Galder.! hostess. "Th3 Greatest of These" (Archibald Marshall), Mrs. C. J. Bfcsrle, Mrs A. L. Richards. . Jan. 3 Mrs.,,M. M. Sturgeon,' bOitess. "Russia."; Mrs." Mayer. Levi, Mrs. F. T. Myers. Jan. 17 Mrs. A. Mosenffclder, host. "The Bont Twig" (Dorothy Cunfleld) . Mrs. C. W. Hawes,, Mrs. E. C. Fisher. "? ' Jan. 21 Mrs. Allan Welch, host ess, "In lia." Mrs. F. H. First, Mrs. H. W., Ward. i Feb. 14 Mrs. C. J. Soarle, host ess. "The Duchess of Wrexe" (Hugh Walpole), Mrs. W. J. Swee nsv, Mrs. William Lavender. Feb. 28 Mrs. F. H. First, host ess. "Arabia," Mrs. T. P. Sinnett, Mrs. A. L. Richards. ' March 14 Mrs. C. B. Marshall. liosteBS.' "A Fountain Sealed" . (Anna Douglas Seigewick), Mrs. R. T. Lee. Mrs. J. C. Ray. March 28 -Mrs. H. W. Ward, hostess. "The Builders" (Ellen Glasgow). Mrs. H. W. Ward, Mre. F, T. Myers. Atttil 25 Mrs. F. T. Myers, host ess. . "China," Mrs. E. C. Fisher, Mrs. C. J. Searle. " ; t May 9 Mrs. E. C, Fisher, host ess. ? "The Tree of Heaven" (May Sinrlairi, Mrs. Mayer Levi, Mrs. F. II. First. May 23 Annual meeting. Officers tor the club this year are: President Mrs. Allan Welch. Vice president Mrs. William Lavender. Secretary Mrs. F. H. First. ' Treasurer Mrs. E. C. Fisher. Elect Officers. , Election of officers was the prin cipal business at the annual meet ing of the Berean Bible class of the South Park Presbyterian church, . held last evening at the home of Miss Anna Berger, 1223 Thirty-seventh street. Twenty-five members were present and officers were elected as follows: President Miss Adelaide Peck. Vice president Mrs. William Taylor. Secretary Mrs. R. N. Whitley. Treasuer Miss Anna Berger. Music and a social hour were en joyed, following the business ses sion, and refreshmens were served. j'Must nave Gray Suits. In repsonse to a number of in anities that have been made at the Y. W. C A. as to whether or not the regulation gray cotton Annette Ke Herman suits will be permitted in tb classes during the new Y. W. - C. A. swimming term, those in charge wish it understood that ab solutely no girl will be admitted to the classes tomorrow evening - unless she wears the gray suit re quired. The new term will start tomorrow evening, the schedule : calling for an advanced class from 7 to 7:45 on Tuesday and Thursday . evenings, an intermediate class from 7:45 to 8: SO and a beginners' class from 8:30 to 9:15. Miss Dor othy Rogers, the new physical sec retary, will direct the classes. Women Reorranlze Auxiliary. The members of the woman's auxiliary of the Trinity Episcopal church held a very important meet- Ing, the first meeting of the sea ton. : yesterday afternoon at the borne- of Mrs. 11 1. H. Chase, 815 Twentieth street. The main busi- . ness of the afternoon was the re organization of the society in or der to accomplish the work of the society in a more efficient manner, ' and to get more members of the church congregation interested in the auxiliary. Mrs. Chase and Mrs. P, G. Linter, who were present at the diocesan meeting of the church - In Galesburg, last week, gave re ports of the meeting. It was de cided .to have the offices of secre- tary;snd treasurer filled by two members, instead of by one, as was the custom in the past Mrs. C. S. Morris, who was formerly sec retary and treasurer, was reelected secretary, and Mrs. Harvey San gren' was elected treasurer.' Re freshments were served after the ; business session, and a short social hour was enjoyed. Sale and Coffee. A parcel post sale will be held In connection with the annual flag coffee to be sponsored by the mem- bers of Barbara Frietchie tent No. ?1. Daughters of Veterans, tomor row afternoon. The affair will be . held at the home of Mrs. Belle ,, Jones. 1005 Seventeenth avenue, and friends are invited to attend. Glvo Welcosie Party. Mits Adaline-Huber and Mrs. Frank Ver Biest entertained a company of friends last evening at 1 Miss Huber's borne. 1)29 Twenty ninth, street, as a welcome tor the .hostesses' brother. George Huber, who has Jut returned from East Lake, j Mich, where he spent the lumnw. oeal aad taatranKisrtal maate aad danda MJso Uiua Data took first priso la the game aad .Mist Loretta Boekenfeld o( Daveaiort aeeontt Delicious re freshment were served at a tete hour.;" .-. y . . . , retermfhHan. V:: ; At o'clock thia evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C A. Hell, of MlUn. wtll Uke place the marriage of Miss Bernice, their eldest daughter, to Walter R. Peterson, aoa ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson of Bowling, The ceremony will be performed by Be. r. I. 8tevens ot Viola, former pastor of the Milan Methodist church, in the presence of a com pany of Immediate relatives. The living room, where the vows are to be taken, as well as the other rooms of the house. Is attractively decorated in pink and white, the bridal colors, cosmos, asters and other late garden flowers being nsed In abundance. There 'are to be no attendants. The bride will wear a dress ot dark blue satin, with self trimming and her flowers will be a corsage arrangement ot Columbia roses and ferns. Pre ceding and during the ceremony Miss Florence Hull wil sing a pro gram of nuptial songs. A wedding dinner will be served at 6:30, the table decorations to be in the pink and white scheme, and following the meal the couple is to depart for Grandin, N. D., where they will spend their honeymoon. After Oct. 15 they are to be at home on a farm three miles northwest of Preemption. The bride's going awav costume is a strictly tailored model of blue serge, with which! she will wear a black duvetyn hat. The bride has been carrier on rural route No. 1 for the past two years. Previous to that time she was a milliner at McCabe's. Aid Society to Meet. The 4adies' aid society of the Broadway Presbyterian church will meet Friday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Hervey Curtis, 931 Nine teenth street. The hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Edward Manbard, Mrs. F. H. Plummer, Mrs. H. D. Blakemore, Mrs. J. B. Fred erick, Mrs. S. Mattison, Mrs. Dan iel Montgomery and Mrs. Ralph Haverstick. The society is prepar ing for the annual sale and supper which will be held on Dec. 3. urses Go to Convention. A number of local nurses will leave tonight., to attend the two uay convention of the Illinois asso ciation,, which is to be held tomor row and Friday in LaSalle. Fol lowing is the program to be car ried out: THURSDAY. KonAng session Registration at 9:30, program at 10:30. Address of welcome Dr. E. W. Weiss, director ot the Hygienic in stitute, LaSalle. Response Miss Katherine Olm sted, Chicago. ;. President's address Miss Helena McMillan, Chicago. Reports of secretary, treasurer, standing committees, districts and Bpecial committees. Unfinished business., New business. , . ' . Afternoon session 2 o'clock. " Illinois League of Nursing Edu cation, Miss Bena Henderson pre AddreBS of welcome Hon. P. E. Coleman, mayor of LaSalle. President's address Miss B. M. I Henderson. Reports of committees. Election of officers. Motion pictures In Florence Nightingale's Footsteps; Every Woman's Problem. Home Care of the Sick; An Equal Chance. Ten served at close ot session. Evening session 8 o'clock. Alumnae Bylaws Miss Mary C. Wheeler, Chicago. American Legion Miss Alma Foerster, Chicago. Infant Welfare Miss Sara Place, Chicago. Industrial Miss Sadie B. Walsh, Depue. Instructors' League Miss Mary Culler, Chicago. - Private Duty Miss Maybelle Parrott, Springfield. Public Health Miss Stella Ful ler, Chicago, j Red Cross Miss Mary McCav, Chicago. 1 Small Hospital Miss Elizabeth Asseltine, Waukegan. Social Service Miss Ella Allen, Chicago. School Nursing Miss Anne Am bridge, -Hinsdale. Tuberculosis Miss Lenore To bin. Chicago. Training School Superintendent and Questionnaire Miss Elsie Burks, Chicago. v FRIDAY. Morning sessjon 9:30.. Address Dr. Francis W. Shep ardson, Springfield. 9:30. Address Mrs. C. C. Sloan, Mo line. 10 o'clock. Address Dr. Eva C. Dodds, Springfield. 11 o'clock. Afternoon session 2 o'clock. Drive to Starved Rock and Deer park. . . Dinner at Starved Rock hotel at 6. - Unfinished busienss. Report of election ot officers. Cml War Veteran axd Vlfe Celebrate Golden Amiwernarw were eenred late in the evening. Mae WOkesi was peeeented with a pretty gist from the dub girls. Miss Wilkee, Is employed at the Wilson, Grilk aad Wilson Co. Mr. Bowers is with the Morris aad Han sen Co. The wedding will take place sometime this fall. Have Bey aad GH Party, The Philo, Makto, Edgewood Baptist and- Owalssa clubs ot Girl Reserves of the Y. W. C. A. enter tained at a delightful boy and girl nartT last evening In the Y. W. C. A. trmnaslwn. Members of the :'BMaV' accept the7chnrch Mr. and Mrs. a. A. Black of 1823 Thirteenth street were married 60 vears aco todar near Keota; Ipwa. They are celebrating the evening i (our clubs came dressed aa boys. of their golden wedding anniver sary with a familyydinner at their home., Mr. Black is a Civil war veteran and aa active member in John Buford post - ' 1 The couple, who have made their home in Rock Island for the last IS - years, are the parents of three children, all of whom reside here. They are Mrs. R. C. Vance. F. W. Black and silliam V. Black. There are three grandsons. Raymond H. Black, a student at the university of Illinois, and' Paul and Waldo Vance.' - - " ) " " Mr. Black enlisted -in the 19th Iowa, and served throughout the four years of the war. He then settled on a farm near Keota, and later farmed in Nebraska and Kan sas. Retiring, he moved to Rock Island. The celebration this evening In cludes a 6 o'clock dinner for 15 relatives and intimate friends. The bride and groom of 50 years ago were the recipients today of many messages of congratulation. ' Erofrram for A. ci A. Meeting. A very interesting . program is being prepared for the first meet ing of the year of the Illinois-Iowa branch of the Association ot Col legiate Alumnae, to be held Satur day at 1 o'clock,, in the form ot a luncheon at the Rock Island Golf club. Miss Dorothy Ainsworth of Mol'ne will be toastmistress. Mrs. J. W. Maucker of Rock Island, president of the Rock Island Parent-Teacher council, will speak on "The Aims and Ideals of the Parent-Teacher Association"; Mrs. Percy Ladd of Moline will speak on each member escorting a girl friend to the party. As the boys and girls, they were each tagged and di vided Into families, as the grouch family, the langh-a-lot family, etc., and later each family pot on a very amusing stunt. Tne gymnasium was decrated with balloons, hang ing from the celling, the balcony, and on: the stage. Miss Helen Branston, Y. W. C. A. recreational secretary, led In a number of games, after which Miss MUli- Beck led in a ' community sing. . Dances were given by Miss Viola cherrer and Miss Melvina Totten. Delicious refreshments were served late In the evening. Invitations had been issued for a T. T. E. O. party, and at the close of the evening's enter tainment it was announced that the initials stood for the words. Talk To Each Other. There were about one hundred present at the affair. Mrs. Henry Tremann was a guest of honor. Postnuptial for Mrs. Kisses. Mrs. W. B. Nissen ot 3225 Eighth avenue, whose marriage took place Thursday, Sept. 2, was the honoree at a pretty appointed party last evening, given as a postnuptial at tention for her at-tbe home ot Miss Linnea Johnson, 812 Thirty-fourth street. The guests were ten inti mate friends of the honoree, and the evening was spent socially. At a late hour a delicious luncheon was served in the dining room. The table centerpiece was a basket of pink and white garden flowers, and i Dink and white hearts were scat- There has seastraak of the asreacss between Unas, bat in the earnest desire to ander- iad aad appreciate each other and to abaadoa the spirit of con troversy. The minds of all have been given to the effort to reach that visible onlty of Christians which is the only evidence potent to con vince and to convert the world to Christ j ... . ' The meeting has grown toward a closer brotherhood and onr hope- Is sure that a great Step forward has been taken toward . Christian nnlty.r The delegates to .the conference included leaders Of prominence from many lands. Some of them tr" to a-, , was difficulty in finding" " ' ' ' r' ' ' alt the news aD ike Arena. Bringing Up Two Children"; Dr.ltered about the table. There was a e-3f, J' hours were spent ol-town guest Give Bridjre for Brides. Mrs. Harry C. Good ot Moline en tertained at a charmingly appoint ed afternoon bridge yesterday at her home, "Knollwood," In Moline, as a prenuptial courtesy for Miss Nancy Dow and Miss Margaret Von Maur ot Davenport both brides-to-be of the near future. The guests were about thirty tri-city girls and young matrons, - and tables were laid In the billiard sad living rooms, which were- attractive with tall vases and baskets of Russell roses. Pretty Japanese powder boies were the favors for high score at each of the seven tables., and there was a hand painted work basket as a party gift for each of the honoree. Tea was served later in the dining room, the centerpiece of the tea table being a basket of Russell roses. Miss Gertrude Thompson of Washington, v.c the house guest of Miss Dorothy Dow, was an out- Phoebe- Pearsall of Moline will speak on her work as a physician, and Miss Esther Bissell of Daven port, the dean of women at the Davenport h'gh school, will also be one of the speakers. ' Those expecting to attend are urged to notify the vice chairman of their respective cities by Thurs day night as reservations must be made at the club house early Fri day morning. The vice chairmen are Miss Dorothy McCabe of Rock Island, Miss Ellen Pruen of Dav enport and Mrs. Ethel Trimble Klann of Moline.. Graduates of ap proved colleges who wish to become members of the association are cordially invited to be present at the meeting Saturday." Give Dinner as farewell. Lieutenant and Mrs. Robert C. Mitchell of Rock Island arsenal post who are to leave Saturday for Anaconda, Monty . to make their fu ture home, were entertained at a small dinner given as a farewell courtesy for them last evening by Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Rosenfield, at their home, 1804 Seventh ave nue. Covers were laid for 12. The after-dinner hours were spent in formally. " . This evening Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence M. Cochrane of 1510 Perry street Davenport, are entertaining at a dinner at the Davenport Out ing club - iff honor of Lieutenant and Mrs. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar W. Atkin at their home, 1930 Arlington ave nue, Davenport, have invited a small company of intimate friends tor Friday evening as a farewell courtesy for the lieutenant and his wife. i . Y. Author-Lecturer To Speak. Mrs. Kate Upson Clark, Litt., D., author, lecturer and editor of New York' city, will address the Moline Woman's club at the first meeting of the year to be held Saturday aft ernoon, Oct 9 at the First Congre gational church, Moline. " Mrs. Clark will use as her sub ject,' "What Is a Patriot?" She writes for Harper's, the Altantic Monthly, the Independent and the Outlook. ' Some ot .her best known books are "White Butterflies," "Art and Citizenship," "Bringing Un- Boys," and "How Dexter Paid." Camp Sponsors Dance. Camp 3627, Modern Woodmen, will sponsor a dancing party Fri day, the second of the aeries, at Woodman hall . on Twenty-ninth avenue. White's orchestra has been engaged to play for the dances. Party for Miss Langwith. ' Miss Linda Langwith of Daven port, who is to become the bride of Nelson a. Gosline of Rock Island on Saturday, was guest of honor yesterday afternoon at an Informal tea given for her by Mrs. Herman Decker ot 317 Central Park avenue. There were 10 of the girW and the time 'was spent socially over fancy work and embroidery. A pretty party gift was presented the bride-to-be. The decorations were In many colored asters and cosmas. Queen Esther Guild. The Queen Esther guild ot the First Methodist church held its? reg ular montniy business meeting last handsome set of silver spoons as a party gift for the honoree. Several other affairs are being planned tor Mrs. Nissen in the near future, as she is leaving with her husband, early in October, for St Louis, where they will make their home. Mrs. Nissen was Miss Eunice Squires before her marriage. P. E. 0. Meeting. The regular meeting of P. E. 0., Bk. chapter, was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mor ris S. Heaagy, 926 Twenty-second street Regular business , was transacted, and a delightful social hour was enjoyed. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held Oct. 12, the hostess to be announced later. Many Attend Fashion Show. Between five and six hundred women attended the fall, fashion show sponsored by the Larkm Club yesterday afternoon at Math's hall. Four models displayed many; hand some fall outfits, and each 'of the visitors received a dainty souvenir ot the occasion. . . Coffee Announcements. It was announced yesterday that the coffee which is to be sponsored tomorrow afternoon by Helen Gould auxiliary, would be an after noon and evening affair, but today the chairman of the coffee commit tee gave out the announcement that it will be held only in the evening. Mrs. John Bedford is to be the host ess at her home, 1701 Twenty fifth street. The auxiliary will en tertain the members of Siboney Bay camp card club during the evening also. s Twin Sisters to Wed Brothers. ' O. .F. Boom, 119 Seventh ave nue, Moline, has announced the en gagenient and approaching mar riage of his twin daughters, the Misses Mae and Marie to Charles and George Lockaby of that city. The double wedding will be a near future event although the date has not been announced. P.D.Q. Club Elects. The p.D.Q. club met Mondav evening at the home of Miss Vera Martin, Seventeenth street and Sev enth avenue, and elected Miss Lu cille Wright president and Miss Ma bel Tobin secretary, for the com ing year. Hearts was played after the business session, favors being awa,ruea to miss tiatnerine Fuller, Miss Mabel Tobin and Miss Ger trude Rimnsland. A delicious luncheon was served. The next meeting will be held Oct 11 at the home of Miss Katherine Fuller, 408 rourm avenue. . Social Announcements. The woman's guild of South Park 'Presbyterian church will hold its regular coffee tomorrow afternoon at z:ju at the home of Mrs. C. C Kirsch, 1828 Seventeenth street Mrs. Julia O. Schriver of 1029 inird avenue, will entertain the memoerB oi me ladies' Aid society of the Central Presbytreian church ai ner nome nday afternoon. A targe attendance is desired. The regular coffee meeting of the Ladies' Aid society ot the Memor ial Christian church will be held to morrow afternoon at the home of I . .... . - prsssssBsBGS III ' s si ill! h FAMOUS FOR COATS W Slimi THE BUSY STORK ON FIFTH AVKNUE. S Start IlllK saaaBBBBBBaaBBBBBaaBBBBBBBBBBBBh mmmmmm' mmmmmmmmmL? y .. . . ... T, i! : - ii evening at the home of Miss Stella ' Mr- Lawwelot Hadaway. 820 Nlne- Reid. 520 Sixteenth street and ar rangements were made for the work of the new quarter. A social hour was enjoyed following the business session, and-delicious refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held Oct 26 at the home of Miss Stella Darling, 940 Nineteenth street Announces Engngeaient The announcement of the engage, ment and approaching marriage of Miss Alice Wilken, daughter ot Henry Wilken of 1824 Eddy street teenth street GREAT PROGRESS TOWARD UNITY AT GENEVA MEET Geneva. Great progress toward Christian unity among the denominations-of the world as a means to a "better world," is said to have been made by the World Confer ence on Faith and Order, held here In Annst Rnhart w n.i- Davenport, to H. E. Bowers of Dav-Gardiner, Maine, secretary of Re. en port, was a surprise, or the even-(American episcopal church, spoke ing at a meeting of the Sonata stud-; of it as "the most important gath ents held yesterday at the home offering of Christians held since the their teacher. Miss Pauline Ditt-J schism between the eastern and man. 1923 Brown . street Deven-1 western churches n thousand years port" Alter a program, composed i ago." almost entirely of Grieg numbers, j "Men from 40 countries," n games were played. The students : Mr. Gardiner, "have represented divided into two aides in a spelling here all the treat rii.wkM contest one side: in the course of. throughout the world th.t .fU. the games, announcing Us engage-. Jesns Christ as the1 Son. of .God- '8 An Efficient Service for Stout Women In the latest that a' specialized service to stout women would be appreciat- ed this store has made special efforts to secure ready-to-wear garments that are made exclusively for stouts, that fit and are comfortable. As a result hundreds of garments are now on display. The unsatisfactory conditions experienced heretofore because of the fact 1 that extra size garments were not a sucess have been eliminated, and the joys of being perfectly gowned in ready-to-wear garments can now be exper ienced by stout as well as slender figures. The clever garments that are be ing presented here will be a pleasant surprise for fully developed women. A trip through the various departments will be both profitable and pleasant. - Stylish Stout Cloth Coats, Author itative Styles for Autumn and Winter Stylish stent cloth easts decreed correct and highly popular for the new season. A lection of the snartest of the sea sons easts fashioned ef rhamolstjme, pearhbloom. vrkiur, tin el tone, sllverteae. velonr io lainr, in tans, browns, navy, wis teria, French, taupe aad black. Many have fur collars and raffs, ethers with Urge shawl cellars ef self material. Sires 41 to 53. Priced at ......$39.50 to $125.00 Mildred Stout Undergarments of v Fine Cambric and Nainsook Mildred stent undergarments are proper foundation for onter apparel. Even though (he daintiest outer frocks, the loveliest hats aad slippers, the most artistic lk tie pieces of jewelry that add so much to the final touch are all complete in every de tail unless the more intimate gsrments are properly propor tioned, correctly nude, reinforced where strain Is greatest and built especially to produce stylish slender lines the entire clothes schesM b not a success. For this reason we recommend to yea the following undergarments that are a success from every standpoint .....- . Mildred Stout Gowns priced $2.00 to $5.93 Mildred Stent Petticoat priced $2.00 to $6.95 Mildred Stoat Teddies prices ...$2.75 to $3.93 Mildred Stoat Corset Covers, priced $1.25 to $3.00: Mildred Stent Drawers, priced ...$1.25 (o $3.00 Mildred Stout Csmisoles ef crepe de chine and tel satin priced $2.75 to $5.00 Features which auks these garments most practical and desirable: 1. ' Reinforced by extra shield around armhole. ST Adjustable button band eUminatinf drawstring. S. Fitted back without fathers or darts. 4. Material is doubled where wear is greatest. B. Carved button beck preventing capping. ' a. Inside arm seam refaitorced with extra tape. , Stylish Stout Suits in the New Autumn Shades and Fabrics Many interesting styles for autumn and winter wear. Foremost designers of stylish stout apparel cleverly show that even the tiniest detail is of utmost import an re to produce the desired result. The woman who favors a snit will find here snrh fa brics as pearhbloom, velonr de lalne. chiffon, broadcloth, tin :se!tcne, tricntine, silvertone and serges. Fur, braid, button and pin tucks are featured as trimmings. Sites 41 to SI and 40 to 80t- Colors navy, brown, taupe, tan, French blue and black, rrked at $50.00 to $95.00 ' ' Stylish Separate Skirts for Stout Women, Sizes 32 to 40 Waist Band Extra size Wool Serge Dress Skirts in colors navy snd grry. Priced ., ..... . .$10.00 to $22.50 Extra size Plaid Wool Skirts, well tailored garments: Priced at ..: $25.00 Extra size Baronette Satin Skirts In Mack and navy. Priced at $22.50 Extra size Silk Poplin Skirts In navy and black. Priced at $15.00 Extra size Satin and Taffeta Skirts in navy and black. Priced at .....L $12.50 to $25.00 ! Extra Size Petticoats, Trimly Tail ored of Fine Materials, Offering a Choice Selection Extra size Sateen Petticoats, black and colors. Priced at ...$2.75 to $5.00 Extra size Heathrrbloom Petticoats with deep taffeta fliinnre. Priced at $5.95 Extra size Silk Jersey top and taffeta Pounce Petticoats. Priced at ...... $6.95 Extra size Silk Jersey top, messaline floonre Petticoat, Priced at .- $ 1.00 Extra size Taffeta and Messaline Petticoats. ' Prirrd at from . .$9.50 to $12.50 Extra size all Silk Jersey Petticoats. Priced $ 1 2.50 t ....$35.00 "il Extra Size Bandeaus and Brassieres Caasbrlc and satin Brassieres snd band. cans in flesh color and white, plain ef fects snd bee snd esBbroidery trim, sices 49 to &X Priced at $1.00 to 5.oo: 'v Extra Size Fur Fabric (Plush) Coats Rich deep pile for fabric coats In extra sizes. Warm winter eoats. belted tn full length, lined throughout with splendid silk linings. Some are fur trim and of self material. Priced at $39.50 to $125.00. Extra Size Crcpc Kimonas Splendid large assortment crepe ki monas in attractive patterns, satin rib bon trim and of self materials, pink, lavender, bine, tan and grey grounds, floral patterns. Priced at $4.00 to $8.50. Stylish Stout Dresses, New Autumn and Winter Models Stylish stent dresses ef both silk snd wool fabric that empha size the rare artistry of Individul fashion distinctiveness. There Is an array ef captivating models especially designed for street, afternoon aad evening wear. Sixes range from 4S to 54. NStyltah Berg, sod Trleotine Dresses, priced . at $27.50 $75.00 Styush stent Satin, Taffeta, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and f Mimlliii Dresses. Priced at .$19.98 to $75.00 Extra Size Gingham Street Dresses Here are attractively sands gingham dresses for afternoon or street wear. The sjaaBties In these garments are ntnnal, they consist ef checks snd plain pink, tan and blue ginghams with Igured collar sad caffs. Priced at $7.95 and $8.95 Extra Size Waists There is a splendid showing of distinctive exclusive style blouses for women requiring stylish stout sizes, featuring a wide range -of styles in both suit shades and pastel shades. Sizes 46 to M. Extra size Georgette Waists $7.75 to $15.00 Extra size Crepe de Chine and Satin Waists. $6.25 to $ 1 2.50 Extra size Voile Waist A $3.00 to $5.95 Extra Size House Dresses House Dresses fashioned ef splendid materials, trimly tailored of ginghams and percales, in solid colors, plaids, checks and stripes, rriced $3.25 to $5.95 Extra Size Bungalow Aprons ' Extra size Bungalow Aprons of good serviceable materials con sisting ef percales and ginghams in plain colors, stripes, rherks and plaids. Priced $2.00 to $4.25 Corsets for Stout Women, Featuring Nemo, R & G, Binner, C. B., Justrite, Gossdrd and Roberta There are various types and styles to select from, the short stocky, stout women of medium height, average stout, average full figures. Having seven makes tq choose from you are sure, to find the proper corset to suit your needs. Visit the corset sec tion and have our experienced corsetiere show you the various new models. Phone Moline '3700 for FRUIT MRS Shipment Arrived This Morning 'J ?1 i a h il .a ym I o 2m a 1 i dec 'we V 1881 Midi lis jorgi tw sail llai Wr d,l I at tot km tfu d ate s. Jin da y, , St. lib 1 i lis, n