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'lVZ2)rTUK .SOCIC ISLAND AKGUtiCTOBSR 12, 1S23. dac thai the aaeata branee of the occasion. J attt Tf v Veatag, OO-J mi,. Lt Arter ttl Wm btbn Matiavek One Meats. The Hstlkvoh slnb bela 1U ngn Ur meeting, SnMay afternoon la tha dab room, Begalnr Mm V. & f e-f4i e'Oet. 4 tn .m (ram erittee. The Hoilwl ler, a nagUte wltfc whle all Je follower are laminar, Jcon- a aplwiaMI Mild oa th oon- : lassarl, who kpf nera with Zr 1 With tha Metropolitan quartet, -am to hava Impressed the writer re than the others. Probably jcaee aha bs not been m much awl as torn singer, and no donbt jr fear wonderful gift as a linger. Te article nays In parr. , , - "Rarely baa there been presented i sore beantifaUy arranged pro rata than that given at Orchestra .alt Monday evening, the Oceaston -H a first recital m um uenirai i 3pacert company series, and the artists Inclnded three of America's I noa famoas-, singers, and another T-a-haaa fntura seems secnr Caro lina Lazssiri.- whose voice 'anil 'charm hara made he' I wo years was of the favorites the concert Mrld and of . the Metropolitan 'ilerf: She looked - beautiful. bar viJee was never more appeal- adt.ber charm at once captnrea her; audience. Renato Zanelll, the jyoang Italian, baritone who created !k aanaat'.on tv his masterful In- rpre tntion of roles at Ravlna last mamtr, shared honors with Miss taawarrana irrana la r urge, wuuw 'nanaical; gifts, are so many that it Its imnosslble to decide which is jbla greatest, again proved by beaa- nnl accompaniment, Driuiant sow laying and lovely compositions. this right to the title composer-plan- ilet-accompanUt; there la none to iargue that he is not one ot tne neat Musicians oetore tne puonc uxiaj. Araea Warner, who. was the third krtlst In the singing trio, la neither wen known nor brilliant an art- it aa the others, but her assist- tea to the program added to us llllsnca. Miss Wagner possesses lovely voice, though, it is hot Wee. In the aria from "Herodis- ! jan" there were many moments i when H was a delight to listen to 5 , bar, and sha was splendid in 'The ! Butterfly.'" -.. First Xaetlng of Season, i The first meeting ot the season of the Vestment guild of the Trinity pjptscopal church waa held yester day afternoon at the rectory with Mrs. William L. Essex as hostess. , (Tba afternooh' was spent socially had plans were discussed for meet ings during the year. The guilds - Mil -meat next Monday afternoon V With Mrs. J. R. Tuckis at her home, lltl Fourteenth-and-a-half street ' " FoatnpUal for Mn. Peterson. i , Members of the class ot the Flt taaath Avenue Christian church, famarly called the Loyal Daugh- tars' class, of the church, entertain- aa at a pretty postnupuai party last evening at the home of Mrs. Marie Wood, 1224 Vi Fifteenth street, com toUmenting Mrs. Gust Peterson, for ' tnarly Miss Gladys Kinsman; whose marnaga taojc place in September. . The evening was spent socially and r delicious refreshments were served lata in the evening. A feature of lb evening was a miscellaneous abower and Mrs. Peterson was pre- ktea with many pretty gifts for new noma. Election of Officers. The Ever Ready circle of the first Baptist church met last even ing at the home of Miss Bess Peter- aa, 92S Twelfth avenue, and elect ad officers as follows tor the com lag year; I President Miss Hazel Painter. JVlce presidentMiss Irene Wag- ; Secretary Mrs. Emll Johnson. Treasurer Mrs. Eva Nettleton. '. Regular routine business was 0 transacted and plans were made far a Hallowe'en party, the date to be announced later. The circle also VMM to send a delegate to the Bap- tht state convention which la lo be bald at Kewanee. Oct. 18 to 21. A aocial hour was enjoyed after fee business session and refresh meats were served. The next meat- lag will be held Nov. 8 at the home car auaa Mabel Sundehn, 73S Twen - tjf-fourth street. i H. Haabers; Gives Talk. A very interestinc and instruc tive talk on local historical spots r a given yesterday afternoon by H. Bauberx to the members of we siiMSX daptrtment of the Rock Island Woman's club at the open- :- tog meeting In the parlors of the kjaaontc temple. It was an open meeting and there were a number Of visitors present ... ' Mr. Hauberg. Illustrated his Ulk TO bis set of , lantern slides, which ' afe ttceptlonaly good. He proved tkar there Is much beautiful scen- efjr in-the vicinity of Rock Island h tf wall as many places of unusual katortcal Interest JTbe next meeting will be held on Jtt M. when Mrs. C. L. Thomnson vpU have charge of the study, the ttpi&tQ be "The Motion Picture vs. tfea Spoken Drama." ilka department voted to take up af Mmlnute discussion ' on. the league of Nations at each of its waatlnga before the election, to take the place of the parliamentary law drill which was used last year. win continued at the conclu- Mice Leu Arter, and Mlsa Esther Alter, waa appointed to make carls , for -the Hallowe'en party which tba club ia to. give sometime this month. A very Interesting pro gram w giran.. Tbcra' was a reading by Miss Kdith Meldorff, and a piano o!o by Miss Molly Ammer- PUa Wertt far Winter. . . Mrs. J. B. Jones of 1409 Thirty third .street entertained the mem- bera of the Queen Esther class of the Memorial Christian church last evening, when some forty mem bers enjoyed the program of the evening. ' Work for the year was outlined at the business session. A party is to be the. first venture, but the plana tor this affair 'were not entirely completed. The next win be the second of the series of frolics, and this wilt be sponsored by the cjass together with the Loyal Bereana early in November. Mrs. M. E. Shatley ot Ashtabula, Ohio, formerly of this dty, and Mrs. Harry Shifter of Rock Falls, also a former member, were guests lafct evening. A social hour was enjoyed when the hostess served refreshments. She was assisted by Mrs. Lnla Friestat and Mrs. Mabel Conrad.. .- :-; , - .- Jtmet Bock Island Girl Weds. 'Announcement cards of the mar riage of Miss Dorothy Maxine War ren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis Warren ot Philadelphia, for merly of Rock Island, to Joseph Watson Moorehead, Jr., of Phila delphia were received today by friends of the bride. The wedding was an event of Oct 9. Mr. and Mrs. -Moorehead will be at home after Nov. 1 at 7004 Hazel avenue, Baywood Manor, Philadelphia. . Mrs. Moorehead lived in Rock Is land for a number of years. Three years ago she left with her parents, who have recently been residing in Philadelphia. f dining room at a lata boar. Miss Hone MdDaney temrned to her home this morning and Mlsa Mar- tan will remain tor the Teat of the week. ," ' V' " " Ti lbaautlfuL -Especially wall liked 1 waa the first number. - It showed her talent for staccato and apteeato ieSecta. Her second was a thing ot ) awing and rythm which waa great' :iv annracdated. - -.v.-.:,i..' . The stager sang a group of onga - ia English next "Spirit Flower" (CampbeU-Tlpton). "Sac rament" and "The Song That My Heart is Singing," both by Mac Tnese were nveu who duchess lace and made with a long train.. She wore' a tulle "veil, falU lag to the hem ot hrgown and fas tened .'across the forehead with a band of blossoms and aha carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Carl son, the honor maid, wore a drees of pink changeable -silk, veiled in orchid tulle, and her flowers were an arm bouauet of pink rosebuds. Miss Van Pelt was in rose colored V god Tenor ia ETemny mcert ' prove Attractkm . 'V Seldom do Rock Island audi- encea have the opportunity to bear saca a concert as was given mat svenine- at the Rock Island club by Miss HUda Htnrichs. cellisKof the utmost sympathy and feeling Biit and . Miss Miles wore a gown and ware followed by the only en core-given. The evening's concert ended with John Prindel Scott and "The "Living God." by O'Hara. Lis tener would have, an encore, so greatly pleased were they with his numbers. Mrs. A. B, Wallin.vwho recenUy has Joined, the faculty of Augus tana college conservatory, was the accompanist last night and helped greatly in making the affair such a success. Her following was most New York dty, and Rev. Rotlo intelligent anu suppuruuB vm Billing, tenor of Davenport, with- ?crce,T " . - Evening Party for Guests. Mr. and Mrs. George McKinney of the Harrington apartments, 1003 Twenty-first street entertained a company of young people last even ing at an informal party at their home as a courtesy for Mr. McKin- out having to reserve seats in ad vance at concert prices. The splen did - evening's entertainment was the complimentary recital given by the Rock Island Musical dub to its members, and a large propor tion of them availed themselves of the opportunity to bear the musi cal treat ---.'m f ' : The concert opened with Bruch's "Kol Nedrei." played by Miss Hln richs, who Immediately won the admiration at her audience . with her remarkable ease and sympa thetic playing of her instrument and her- simplicity in ' rendition. Her technical equipment is such as an older musician might be proud of. but still it does not hide her musicianship. Her tones in this names wereacted up and will be opening number were pure and her J presented at the first club meeting interpretation - very satisfactory. ; Saturday. The committee has been lolKta were beinr accompanied, so perfectly did the music blend. . Mrs. F. J.' Reimers, the first president of the club, was a guest last night and following the an nouncement that she was in the audience by Mrs. J. R. Tuckis, the president Mrs. Reimers made a few remarks. After the concert the members remained for a social hour with the visitor and guests. Many Members to Join hub. There were 393 new names of ap plicants turned over to the board of the Rock Island Woman's club at the meeting this morning by Mrs. C. E. Sharpe, chairman of the membership committee. These Probably her biggest number was the Hungarian Rhapsody (Popper). The wonderful phrasing and finger ability work were shown to advan tage in this number, and all were tmpressed with the player's 'com plete unconcern yet true earnest ness. She responded with an en core which further showed her re-; jng. a future. Rev. Mr. Rilling"who has sung on various programs in Rock Is land before and who already was known and appreciated, was at his best. His Is a style of charm, re finement and sympathy. His Eng lish numbers showed his clear die- working hard for weeks securing new members and through their ef forts have made a splendid record. The club promises to have a record membership this season. The new members whose names are included in the list presented to the board will be admitted to the first meet- Weds in Chicago. ' Word has been received here of the marriage of Wayne T. Wharton, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wharton of Moline, and Miss Winifred Carl- I son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C A. Carlson of Chicago. The wed- of nale blue embroidered in silver. Both carried bouquets or Pnx rose buds. ,V- ' A wedding dinner -aras serwjl aft er the ceremony, the decorations be ing in. lavender and pink. ' Mr. and Mrs. T. F- Wharton and Russell-. - Wharton ' parents and brother of the bridegroom, Harold McKelvey; Mr. . and Mrs. Fred Coooer. Miss Elisabeth Vernon ant Mrs. Dorothy Herbst all oi Monnn, and Rav Hcnle of Davenport, were among the out ot town guests. - The bride and bridegroom are both graduates of the University of Illinois. Mr. Wharton is at present traveling salesman for the Pierce ArrowMotor company, with head-, quarters in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Wharton left immediately on a wed ding trip a sd will be at home after Dec. l'at 6562 Everett avenue, Chicago.-'. ,. Guests at Dinner. Mr and Mrs. Fred Cooper of Rock Island and their , three daughters. Mrs. Lydia Smith and the Misses Lois and Christine Cooper, were guests at "a delightfully informal dinner party given at the home of Mrs. William Parker, 460 Nineteenth Street, East Moline, Sunday. The afternoon was spent informally and at 6 o'clock a delicious repast was served. :) s Institute Jfew Caldron. Mrs. H. S. Bollman. Rock Island, Kiinreme enchantrew of 'the su preme caldron, "Mysterious Order Witches of Salem, instituted and installed ffloers of Hapac caldron. No. & at,Te Moines last week, as sisted 'ay supreme officer Mrs. Ada M. Knox of Chicago and Mrs. Abbie Jenni of Dubuque. The officers and cast 'were instructed and the institution and installation "work was put on. A banquet completed (fee ceremonies. Unique souvenirs and place cards, and beautiful floral decorations added to the at tractiveness of this sofciai future, as did the music. There were some one hundred 'members at the din ner. Imported hand made corsage boquets were presented, to the su nreme officers. Whare'er Yon Walk" pnaort this, aneaueo. uy ner-roier, muss Alice group. All wete Handel compost-1 Carlson, as maid of honor and by J Enjoy Hospitality of Searle Ranch, tions. They were splendidly given,!0 Misses Charlotte Van Pelt pfj A number of families enjoyed the although not quite as well liked as Chicago and Peggy Miles of La j hospitality of the C. J. Searle ranch, his next group, "Berceuse" (from. Grange, as bridesmaids. Russeit j Sunday, when about fifteen intimate Jocelyn," Godard), and "Elegie" j Wharton of Moline, brother of the i friends motored out lr the (Massanet), sung to cello accom- bridegroom, attended .as be3t man, ranch near Andalusia. A delicious naniment. The last number waa . and the ushers were Harold McKel-! chicken dinner was served at two ney's. Bisters, the Misses Hope and; sung in a most finished manner. vey of Moline and Ray Henle of .tables, prettily arranged bouquets Marfan or Aledo, Wiio-are visiting . Miss Hinrlchs' rroun of two 'Davenport,. : fraternity brothers of i of garden flowers adorning each her. Cards, music and dancing oc- numbers, "Orientale" (Cui) and t Mr. Wharton. , ... i table. Baskets and vases of garden cupied tne evening hours and a dell- "Scherzo" (Van Goens), which pre- Tne bride- wore a beautiful gown cious luncheon was served in the i ceded the double number, were of white bridal -satin, trimmed with were spent Informally. Those pres eat were the Allan Welch, George btebcack, L. C Lamphere, , T. H. Dolly families. Mrs. Glenn end Miss Ruth Haveretick.i. K Sbtoa-Jarvls Wedding. v Tba marriage of Harry L Strai ten, son ot Mrar Suaie Moody of 41 8ixth street Rack Island, and Miss Florence A. Janfs of Grand Ledge, Mich., was a very quiet affair which took place at S:M o'clock last evening, at the home ot (be bride groom's mother. Joseph P. Kelly officiated, using the ring ceremony, in the presence of only a few rela tives. The yoang couple was at tended by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Riley. The bride wore a pretty gown of white ailk. After the ceremony, a dainty wedding supper was served. Mr. and -Mrs. Stratum will make their home at 418 Sixth street. Mr. Stratum is employed at Deere and Co., Moline. Wedding Invitations Oat Invitations to the. Hopkins-Von Maur wedding, which will be a brilliant affair of Friday evening, Oct 29 at the First Presbyterian church, Davenport, were, issued to day. A large company ot relatives and friinds of Miss Margaret Von' 8unday afternoon.' Tka I m will tn tl. A . ... i Maur ana ruriey n. ui :." - . a iaraum witness the ceremony at o'clock. Horbrjt who is pretidM There will be a wedding recaption j organisation. Is leaTkTV following, ' Some fifty hieagoimake her home in asajw .1. u..m dwa in n- CaL . Abont thlr,. ciai cars to the affair. Rev. L. M. .were present The afto- Coffman will officiate at the cere monf and Ihas young people have chosen their, attendants as follows: Miss Catherine Marshall, maid of Honor; Mrs. Dwight Deere Wiman of Moline matron of honor; Miss SsTMaryWairot M'. nd ! m orlowrnco? Mis. .Jane Skinner ot Moline, j 1?? bridesmaids, and Mrs. Charles , lne arransed and aT Deere Wiman-ot Moline, bride's ma-l'n.g Sf""f edJtf.l tron. James Hopkins or CbioT-p. I nvinrk ;nest man; wow "?! o'clock, the Rock i.i.T Charles Deere wiman. uwigni;hol(l . ,hnpt ... passed socially and t S three course luncheon Tri-City Stda. The Rock Island WoauVi' corps will entertain th. A the Molina anil n..Tt social. A Jelfghtful ; CU U lltilC I will na .a.. Before ha " CUIJI mA . tion and his foreign ones hrmirtt ul '? " " Scrc out more strongly than anythTng; a"f fStJ ' else the pure quality of his -voice ,n hfce home of th,e bfides pa7" and Its power. His first numbers tS 1 Vhe r.esenc.e f a Secom were two oratorio solos, "Comfort Pany...f weldl.n? Euesi?- ,Dr;. Rufus i a vv niTA m-n ma iati i-nA nvn a nfq a Ye." the aria, "Every Valley," and. , Daughters of Israel. ' Mrs. Harry HorblH entertained the Davghters of Israel at her home, 1617 Twenty-fifth street, Memorial halL Deere Wiman. Hunt Wentworth, Kimball Salisbury, Darrell Fulton of Chicago and Cunningham Gilford of-Wilkesbarre, Pa., ushers. fin.. ..I w.J II k. a, knmA .fa Dec. 1 at 999 Michigan avenue, Chi-jl S",ild.ayv "erBo- SoHal Annoaaeeaiiab The Daughters of Kmi 2518 Eighth avenue. The Woman's Relief i i noiu a Buun. ousinesi morrow afternoon at 120 hi rial hall Ttila will K- - " " ifc IOUOMi (Th) Vre tan k udy ala vad t line ant laeott isggj tan d ( , Vot tteni : th. lorU Aelr icien tares fnan .Hon ( 1 lance IBs a Iplete lessi is ten Tewei Sale Main Floor FAMOUS FOR COATS AND SUITS THE BUSY RTORR ON FIKTII AVRNI'B. TowrataJ Musr-t Seii-nial lowel Salf v A Thousand Dozens Priced Closely The lots were sold to us at a pro nounced concession through which vx you may also save substantially. A Greater Saving in Buying Them in Dozen Lots flowers were also place! about the ; rooms. 'Several delikhtful hours - ' . . IN N 3 The Store of Quality A of this course. .- '., . - ... Ia Surprised oav Birthday. laa Mi IBaaana4i waa nlaaa. aatlr surprised at her home. 142) Tairty-ftftb atreet last evenlnc. wbaa a number of friends called at r borne, to help celebrate the 13th ''iveraary of her birthday. The Mug , was spent merrily with I m and delicious refreshments vaerjed- i. Thoao present were M vtzif, Boyntotf;' Miss Mabel V KMa Ftancaa Nelson, Miss diSa. kOaa Oraca Melnger 111113 WEST SECOND STREET DAVENPORT. IOWA: Wednesday the First Reduction Sale of the Season Every Stat an Exclusive Model T rine-Siiits Models for Ladies or Misses 7Sc a BATH TOWELS, made for U. S. Navy, are extra heavy and large, 22x43 inches, 50 dozerin lot, per dozen $8.00. 75c- ea, Priced $100 and above now offered LESS Suedeen Marvella VMeyn Fortana Daoetyn Duvet Superior $125.00 Suits Now $ 95.75 Too Save $31.25 $135.00 Suits $ow $101.75 You Save $33.75 $150.00 Suits Now $11230-Ton Sare $370 $175.00 Suits Now $131.25 Yon Save $43.75 $198J!0 Suits Now $148.fcoa Save $49.62 $250.00 Suits Now $1870 You Save $6150 To be able to purchase an elegant suit at these prices so early in the season is a dis tinct advantage. Every garment is from our regular stock. Finest fur trimmings, elegant tailoring, original models and adoptions from such noted taileurs as Mangoni Gershel, Hickon, llilgriin, etc All the new colorings Zanzibar, Bedouin, Dryad, Nanking and twilight represented. Blue and pmk border bath tow els, 19x38 inch, double thread, dozen $9.00; each s ,79c Bleached bath towels, double thread 'oop, 19x38 inch, dozen $7.00; each 65c Bleached bath towels, soft, ab sorbent finish, 18x36 inch, dozen $5.50; 'v each CA v Bleached bath towels, 18x36 inch, good heavy towel ; dozen $4.50; each 42c Pink,-blue and gold fancy striped towels, 18x36 inch size, dozen $9.00; each ' 75c Bleached bath towels, only about 10 dozen in the lot, dozen $7.50; ' each 69c Pink and blue border bath towels, 18x36 . inch, dozen $7; each 65c . Bleached bath towel, extra heavy and rm, 18x36-inch size; dozen 6.00; each 55c 'Face or massage Turkish towels, dozen $1.75 each 15c 1000 Doz. Huck Towels 1000 25c ea. nary sous inesi geui deve vise E that only nlng tlble eigb Heal ship veni only city city Tl tnah indi ot nesi of give nint ," dire slot tost clsi lnsi !tlo tim and or fat mli I tha in to be Th mi MM foi 1 so pii IBI n it at u A Doz. ftP Extra heavy, full bleached 69U ea. Huck Towels, size 18x36. per dozen $2.75. Red border huck -towels, 17x34 size, dozen y$i:80;each 17c Plain w ite huck . towels, 18x36 size, dozen $2.00; each 18c Red border huck towels, 18x36 size dozen $2.00; each 18c Cotton and Linen Towel at Substantial r s 1 Savings 17-in unbleached linen finish crash toweling, yard 15c 17-in full bleach ed crash iowel ing, linen finish -yard 23c " 18-in. full bleach ed huck towel ing, sturdily woven, yard 25c Complete Assortment of X AH Linen Crash Stevens l?-inch Steven's aJMhmi 39c IS-lneh Steven's alkaea 40c S-iaai vtaa S14aeh linrt Weven'a Mevea's Steven's twlIM alMlaea ajl Hnva All Uaea att-Uara craah crash Crash mth 45 c 50c 60c 60c, 2 Where Fashion 4teigns f-- Jena Baltaer. Miss ; tti rrsaauea wua a ao.