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4 j tott to tie) and Mrs. Shields invited itho women to her home on Rock river.- The refreshment committee, composed of M sedans e S. C. Taylor, ! John Weiss, Charles Tnacher, J. A- Slevera. W. E. Aadereoo. : A. D. ui f. W, Rinck will serve theratreet Mrs. Shield's corce is ne-.ui e r..u J 7 . m V . . Ayvn I la lirl.il V.t I IWfW rVUpevaui " rn.' (iiuvB UC1U lis l6i i r--- -- tween lourteenui ana rrrrewn ' rhnrch neia its regular pewuna Heathen Temples After thtai C V a Urge -attendance will be present. atreeu. on Fbrty-aeventh avenue, eyenlng at the home of Mra..ic r. just west of the Watch Tower. Burch. 1515 Twenty-eigntn aireet Regular business waa transacted and tbe regular program waa car ried out Mrs. Guy B. Williamson rram. a delicious luni. aa the ttma is snort ana mere u a great deal to be done. -Member are asked to take the. Watch. Tower car and to get off at Fifteenth served by the hostess. Mrs. n Berhteiheimer will entertain tat clety at its next meeting. Woman's Missleaary Meeting. The woman's missionary society ;w'. ..... . - jM- 'jrf ... ... . -' ; Welch. C. B. . ohieKis, A. E. Haaaa, ??. On Cittr Hlti ! Proxnun Nov. 8-12 ss r - :: : zSi T. W. C A. of tola eltr ta XjaacUoo with the Davenport f ttdatkm la to put on aa eiteo- health program next week. 11 plans for the observance of jtar health week includes some t ami tenures. Dr. Meant, a i ;aictan who works in the lnter 4 f of health and MIm Bellow, a i-nanatraior, will be In the two l Jeo to conduct tha drive. Both (5 sent oat from tbe New Tork headquarters. There will tie health talks, special motle fllmi and pro grams given both here and in Dav enport between Not. 8 and 12. i The feature Of tha waak'a pro gram will he tha luncheon meeting t be ren at tha Davenport Y. W. C" A. 03 Tuesday noon, when repre sentative of all tri-clty organiza tion will be present and discuss war and means for extending the Work to be started next meeting wRh the campaign. Br. Mr. Kraft Club Hast ganttatlna. and sold. Plaee- earas were, clever affairs In a bail hop design, and oa each was a mes sage for tha guest These were read during the meal. Games were enjoyed in tha parlor and tha com pany adjourned to the Columbia theatre for the remainder of . the evening. ' ... . ' . Katertams dfterrfae Orele. Miss Once Marpby entertained the mamhert of the Service circle of King's Daughters at bar home. Ml .Thirtieth, street, last .evening. The meeting was opened with de votlonals lad by tha president. Miss Miriam Walker. The following members were appointed to attend the baby clinic at St. Anthony's hospital during the month of No vember: Nov. 6, Misses Dorothy and Frances Rhoeds:' Nov. 12, Miss Miriam Walker and Mlas Elizabeth Sharps; Nov. 19, Mrs. Frances Hun toon and Miss Felice Fulton, and Nov. 26, Miss Charlotte Huealng and Miss Eleanor Cleaveland. . Miss Eleanor Cleaveland ..was unani mously elected to serve aa a mem ber of tbe circle n tbe city King's Daughters union board. The. union has been asked to take charge this -.Rev. Carl Kraft of Thirty-eighth year of the Christmas seals for the street and Tenth avenue. Rock Is- fcumV was host last evening to tbe ten's society of the Zion Lutheran Municipal Tubercular sanltorlum and tbe circle discussed a method of selling the aeais. Each year church at his home. Flans werelM)mA charitable organization is made to sponsor an entertainment aSked to lake charge of the sale of in me near future wnen an mus- the seals. 10 per cent of the pro- tntril lnrture nn the earlv history of. Rock Island county will be given by John Hauberg. Dr. C. 7. Foes of Augustana college gave an address on Egypt and Hugo Gibson favored with vocal solos and flute selections. Delicious refreshments were served. Hostess to Jolly Thirteen. "TMrs. Alexander Donald was host ess to the members of the Jolly Thirteen club yesterday afternoon at her home, 1214 Eighth street, Moiiue. Five hundred was played and prizes were awarded for high score to Mrs. Adolph Efflandt and Mrs. Byron Washburn, both of Mo unt Mrs. George Weber of Rock Island won the all cut, and Mrs. Charles Hendricks, also of Rock Island, won tbe consolation prize. Delicious refreshments were served after the game. Mrs. Ollle Muench wilt entertain the club at its next meeting, Nov. 18, at her home, 605 Fifth avenue, Mollne. Sing DanjrMera Meet. Ldaod F. Dempexy ' m Weds Chicago Girl Sept.' 3 in Victoria A very pretty dinner party was given last evening to Immediate relatives at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Herbert Haglua.. 74$ Fif teenth . street, theoccaaion being their 15th wedding anniversary. The table decoration disclosed a com olete anroriae for the guests. ' The centerp'.ece was a large bank of amilaz. over which hovered a beau tiful white dove. Suspended from its bill by a white aatln ribbon was a certificate of marriage, its secret being later revealed. A miniature bride and bridegroom hidden hi the heart of a rose lay on each plate, announcing tbe marriage of the boat and hostess' son, Lei and Fred erick Dempsey, to Miss Frances Irene Burr of Chicago, at Victoria, British Columbia, on Sept 3. Tbe ceremony was performed at noon in St Andrew's Presbyterian church. Rev. W. Leslie Clay ofa clating at tbe ceremony. Tbe bridal party was composed ot a few of the most intimate friends of the young couple, who proceeded to the St James' hotel where a wedding breakfast was served. The bride and groom left . immediately for the states. Miss Burr is the daughter of Mrs. Frederick Burr of Chicago. She is an accomplished musician. Mr. Dempsey went west last April, playing professional baseball with the Pacific International league with Victoria, B. C. It was In June while Miss Burr was traveling with friends on the Pacific coast that rCR SECTION, SECOND FLOOR ceeds going to the organization selling them, a certain per cent to the national association, a certain per cent to local charities, and the remainder to the sanatorium. Tbe members discussed taking up some new line of work in addition to the baby clinic work, and Miss Grace Murphy was appointed to speak to Miss Alice Thompson, the visiting tne young couple met at Tacoma, nurse, 10 see oi sne cuuiu nunc bu- j Wash., and the romance began, cut gestions along the line of her work. , minating in their marriage at Vic It was decided to hold a special ; toria B q meeting, if any definite decision Is! Mr Dempsey gained an enviable made at the union board meeting ! reputatlon as an athlete dur.ng his on Friday morning of a new line of 'yearg at Rock isiand high school, work to be taken up by the union, : from wnicn ne graduated in 1917. or if it is decked to send out any . Hia abimy was not confined to one Thanksgiving baskets. After the llM fit en&W0T but he excelled in business session, delicious refresh- aIJ branches, being a star in foot ments were served and a delightful , ball hagebail and basketball. He social hour was enjoyed. Miss , estabi:8hed himself in college ath Dorothy McCabe will be hostess at j ,etjc circjes during bis terms at the December meeting, Dec. 7, at Bradley in Peoria and at Dubuque her home, 2920 Fifth avenue. college, where he was in the S. A. IT. C. For two seasons be was a Plan Snpper and Sale. member of the Rock Island Inds The entertainment committee of ' pendents. m.. t. a- ..i. i.-i'.:thnri.Ht T.nmio Pmatinpi siipr-i During his first season in pro- Daughters, met yesterday at the ! hood at a called meeting in the so-1 fessional baseball with tne Seattle home of Mrs C. F. J. Rochow, 1612 ial rooms of the temple planned for ' club he made good at first bas Twenty-second street. The assist- a supper and sale to be held nexti with a vengeance. In 1919 he was ilit,hrtiiHi wpra Mrs P. R. Pol- Tuesday nen nE in the social rooms moune uu iu uio dj..iuB lard and Mrs. V W. Salzmann. of tbe temple. The affair is to be Thore was a siiUnlid attendance a harvest party and the proceeds and the meeting proved a very will go to the fund to purchase a apUndid one. It was in the in . f iunv piano for the Temple Sabbath an all day eewlng and tin-i!i wasj bdioul. r.nent worklns on articles iii. the Art League Costume BalL The trl-cities are to have an Art league fancy costume ball modeled after the brilliant New York event of the same kind. Thursday even-1 ing. Dec. 23. is the date set for the function which is to be open to Ri6 public and is to be as Bohemian as if staged in Greenwich Village itself. The ball will be held in the Symphony Orchestra hall on the second floor of the Art League building, 222 Main street, Daven port, while tbe Art league studios on the floor above will be converted Into an attractive Bohemian lounge and here refreshments will be served In keeping with the event. It '.a whispered that the lunch will be a counterpart of that served at similar art frolics in Greenwich Village and that "hot dog" is to be a "piece de resistance." The Uni versity ot Illinois, orchestra, which Is said to play the most entrancing ot dance music, will be brought here from Champaign to furnish the dance program. Tri-city society leaders are back of the affair and there is a tendency to make it a great big democratic gathering, in which a rollicking spirit of fun will leaven the earnest work of the Art league since its inception here. They are going to prove that art Isn't exclusively for high-brows but that a little of it is a good thing to have in our daily lives and that you can love art and still have a good time. The Art league is ready to order fancy costumes at any price for those who will attend, to avoid the necessity of buying or making ornate costumes, so if you have always longed to be a rough rider, or an East Indian prince, the Queen of Montenegro, a Sioux squaw or an Esqutmo suffraget, all you have to do is to let the Art league know and they will furnish the costume, so for that night you may realize your life-long ambition. visiting nurso.. A great dual 1 v, .: it was accompliuhed. At 1 o'rl. cX a dulirlous dinner wsa tervwi. The noxt meeting of the circle will be held nn Vex. 7 at the home of Mrs. Clen llurgston. Honor Mrs. Stevens of Tvledo. Mrs. Goorge W. Stevens ot Toledo, Ohio, wife ot the well known direc tor ot the Toledo museum, who is to speak next week Wednesday evening before the Tri-Clty Art leaguft, will be the house guest of Mrs. Harry F. Evans of Camp Mc Clellan, Davenport, and Is to be the honor ee at a series of small infor mal dinners in tha trl-cities during her stay. Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Belltert of Mollne, will entertain at a- dinner, Tuesday evening at their residence, the Villa Margioto in Mo line. , Mrs. Stevens will give an illus trated, lecture before the Tri-Clty Art league in the ballroom of the Hotel Blackhawk. her anbject being 'Tbe Valuo of Art to a Commnn- ity." It wll be an invitation f- fair, and each member of the league la privileged to invite five guests. Any one Interested in art. however, who baa failed to receive an Invitation, may obtain one by phoning to Mra. Hugh Curtis of Rock Island, Mra. O. H. Seiffert ot Mollne. Miss Elizabeth D. Putnam - or Mlas Edna Robeson of Daven port. George A. Stephens ot Mo llne. will Introduce Mrs. Stevens. An Informal reception will follow the address. Mrs. Stevens is a leading author ity on art in the United Slates. Her husband, George W. Stevens, with whom ahe baa been associated in art work. Is president of the asso ciation of all tbe art institutes and art museums In the United States and In Canada, Series of Teas at Art League. i Replacing the "coffee ahop" of last season, the Tri-City Art league will open a tea room at tha studios for the coming fall and winter. iThe first of the series of teas, to be held at the studios each Sat urday afternoon from 3 to 6, will be thin week-end, when the presi dent of the league. Miss Elisabeth - Putnam, will be in charge. Various members ot tbe league will be in charge each Saturday, and special feature exhibits will be held in con- section with the tea. Showings of 1 batlques. book plates and other epeclalties, aa well as the land- acape work of the studio pupils, will be featured. Mra.. Otto Seiffert will be in charge on Saturday. Nov. 13. and the hostesses for the following weeks will bo announced in the near future. , Sunwise Stag Pinner. Ten young men friends of Clyde Frick. 828 Nineteenth street with Storbeck were gueeta at a aurpriseja good attendance. Mrs. L. D. Mar- etag dinner last evening at the Stor-1 shall lei the devotlonais. Arrange-' beck homo, the occasion being thd ' ments were made for the annual ' host's 18thk binbday anniversary. j thankoffering meeting Sunday, ' Hallowe'en dcorations were used , morning. Nov. 21. Two new mem n the table, the centerpiece being hers and three Jewel life members a targe pumpkin. Following the , were receTed. Mrs. J. I. Chaney meal cards were enjoyed. ! was elected delegate and Mrs. W. j i ' '"ni---. riU- p.. A- Dar,inK- alternate, to tbe con-j T,?, If, srt, ,. . ference of woman's home mission . The .PM Omega Phi fraternity ot iry e0cieties at Peoria. Nov. 16 and Augpstana college was hostess 17. Mrs H. K. Walker was chair-, Monday evening at a dinner party man of th, comm!ttee , charKe ofl . mi Fejervary park Inn. Twenty- the program. There was a piano i tour covers were laid tor the 7:S0 ,n, by Mi8g Marion gtlrratt. The dinner which waa served at the j chapter studied was "The Church v pretty table spread in the dining, nd the Community." given bv room.-: Hallowe'en decorations were Miss Ida Wskefleld and leafleta on , Miss First to Speak. The Luther league of the First Swedish Lutheran church will hold Its monthly meeting Thursday at 8 o'clock In the church annex. Miss Georgia First will give a talk on "Camera Experiences of Many Lands," and will illustrate her re marks by stereopticon views. The booster committee will have charge of the program. Several short talks will be given and the booster sextet will sing. The program will be fol lowed by a social hour. All mem bers and their friends are invited. Entertain Missionary Society. The woman's home missionary society of the ' First Methodist church met last evening at the home of tbe Misses Nora . and Jessie this year was recalled to tbe I cific coast. With the Victoria club he set a record as a home-run hit ter and when the season ended he was sold to Seattle in tbe Pacific i I Coast leagne. an organization sec ond only to the majors. At tbe ena of the ball season Mr. Dempsey ac cepted a position with the Califor nia & Hawaiian Sugar Refinery company of Crockett, Cal., playing' winter baseball and also coaching Crockett high school. Mr. and Mrs. j Dempsey arrived there two weeks j ago, making at. anticipated trip home impossible. The team pre sented Mr. and Mrs. Demn.'jy with a beautiful silver casserole and ladle, while the fans presented theil with a full set of Community silver. Only the paretts of thev couple knew of the marriage and last evening's announcement comes f -a complete surprise to the m m ; friends of the bridegroom here. The happy couple are now living at Hotel Crockett and Mr. and Mrs. Hagins expect to Join them in Cali fornia tor the holidays. Colonel Brackett Circle. The Colonel Brackett eircle held its regular business meeting yes terday afternoon at the court house. Regular business ot the circle was transacted. . The circle will hold a social seasion next Tuesday at the court house. fiive Dnce for Bridal Couple. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Abrahams ot 2523 Brady street. Davenport, en tertained - last evening at a charmingly appointed formal dance, at the Hotel Blackhawk. The affair was given as a post nuptial courtesy for Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Abrahams of Davenport, whose marriage took place recently in Chicago. About sixty trl-city friends of the young couple were the guests. Lat in the evening a delicious course supper was served. Hold All Day Meeting. The ladles' aid society of the Broadway Presbyterian church will hold an all day meeting Friday morning at 10 o'clock at tbe home of Mrs. C. E. Shields. 1420 Forty seventh avenue. This meeting will take the place of the all day meet ing which waa to have been held at the church, as there wae no com- Free Lectures At the Latter Day Saints Chapel 18th Aveaae and 10U Stmt Rock Island, lit. By ELDER W. W. RICHARDS, Davenport, Iowa Monday, Nov6eUoiETAOINrNN Wednesday, Nov. 3, at 8:00 p. m. Joseph Smith: Was He a Prophet of God? Thursday. Nov. 4, at 8:00 p. m. , Mormonlsm Exposed: Did Jos eph Smith Practice Polygamy? Friday. Nov. 5, at 8:00 p. m Monnonism Exposed: True Succession in Church Presi dency. Sunday, Nov. 7. at 8:00 p. an. - Monnonism Exposed Daptlam for the Dead. Mr. Richards is a forceful and Interesting speaker and will tell yon something you have been wanting to know. You will sure ly be Interested. Come and Judge for yourself. Prove all things, hold tan that which is good. FAMOUS POR tQATS AND SUITS THE BUS STORK ON FIFTH AVENUE. LUXURIOUS FURS FOR GIFt T" 7 ,dFi n Ti"" Begins Thursday, November 4th Presenting the maximum of quality at savings the woman who knows can not fail to appreciate. Coats, Wraps and Small Furs at liberal pric ings. Every piece measures fully to the Lundt & Co. quality. To buy the kind ot i ursf she wants at a saving is an achieve ment that the economically inclined woman delights to accomplish which 13 one of the reason why this Novem ber Fur Sale has developed into an event of such far-reaching importance.' For here each year we assemble the choicest products of the fur markets and place them on sale at reasonable prices a fact made possible by shrewd, buying. Coats, wraps and small furs accurately revealing the styles ordained for the season, each displaying some interesting, impor tant deviation from last year's modes. Luxurious Fur Coats of Select Pelts Black Zealand Seal Coat, large collar, flaring cuff, 30-inch ' fcC length .... .... . yLLo Others 36-inch length, at -$275, $325 and $350 38-inch length at $350 Black Zealand Seal Coat with deep cuffs and large collar of Martin, 30-inch length . ...aPtJO 36-inch length at $425 36-inch Black Zealand Seal !! Coat with Australian op possum collar and cuffs at ....1)OftJ Hudson Seal Coat, 30-inch length flare model, with Beaver collar tCOC and cuffs at ...... Black Zealand Seal Coat with Martin collar and cuffs and wide trim at bottom, 36-inch length $595 30-inch Hudson Seal Coat, Martin collar and cuffs, .!? $600' 38-inch length at $675 Brown and gray Coney Coat flare model, large collar, 36 inch length at $185, 1 $175 and $lOO Browne China Wolf Coat, 34-inch length, - tfjlF ' flaring cuffs, at . . 3)1 1 U Black Pony Coat with large wolf collar, 36 (tT? inch length at . . . j)jt) Black Pony Coat with Aus tralian opposum collar and cuffs, 36 ctcn inch length at . . . . )0vU Hair Seal, 36-inch length with Zealand Seal collar X1. $250 Stone Martin opposum coat 36 inch length, very large $425 Natural Wallaby Coat, large collars, 36 ' Cn inch. length ...... P 10" 40-inch length, $185 Black'. Zealand Seal Coat with moleskin inch length at Brown China Wolf 36-inch length, self and cuffs, at Coat, collar $225 Black China Wolf Coat, flaring model, Raccoon col lar and cuffs, 36 FA inch length, at . . 3OU Brown Marmot' Coat,,' 30- inch length, medium collar, self trim, at ...... .... $145 Muffs $57.50 $75.00 Muffs Raccoon Maffs ... Red Fox Muffs at . Natural Oppasun Muffs at $10.00. $20.00 Korean M7.50 Mink Muffs at $aa.ao $25.00 1 1 Muffs at $45.00 $35.00 $75.00 .$37i0 $32.50 $65.00 Silver Fez Maffs at .. Lucille WoW Muffs at S:.w,J?:,$50.oo Taupe Wolf Muffs at 208 . .. $50.00 Black Taupe and brows Waif Muffs ' dSA AA from $22.50 to JoU.Uv Brown aad Mark Opposuai T.... .. ... $45.0CT Browa taupe aad blark Ce ey Muffs m AA at $11.95 to .. Keliosky Miak Muffs at; Muskrat Muff at $25.00 and ; Seaimi Muff Taupe' Nutria BeaTcr Buffs $40.00 . .-: Fur Capes $225.00 $250.00 $99,50 $65.00 $55.00 Jap Mick Cape ... Southern Sable Cape Kereaa . Mink Cape at ...... Ceaey Caps, browa aha gray Hudson ' Sear $235.00 collar, 30- ...$250 Animal Scarfs S6-inch brown Marmot Coat vith Raccoon collar and cuffs, flaring model, at .... 'China Wolf Animal Scarfs in black, brown anJ tatp. $18.50 '. to '. $265 Chokers $25.00 Australian eppesum ( hokrr naw at $65.00 Opposum Chokers at $21.00 and up to at, Brown Nutria Bearer Muffs Sr:..;:;,:v$60wQ0 genuine Moleskin Mnffs at ST,::, ..$70.00 Mollne Fur i Muff (iaunita- nwlesidn, at : $39.50 Blark Zeaiaad Seal Muff at $17.50 and ... $49.50 Mudwu . geal Muff at sr....;. ..moo Cape $165.00 ?r;.$i97.oo Fitch' Cape at ...... MoUae ' Cape moleskin). at Meleskin ' Cape at ... ST. tTl $85.00 Zealand Seal Cape. $40, $45, $80. Ceney Scarf, taupe, brown and black, $8.50 to ... $250.00 (immitation $80.00 $165.00 Red Fox Scarf at ..... Browa taupe Wolf Scarfs, $60.00 to $45.00 $75.00 and Mark Z $185.00 Squirrel Choker at $23 aad .. Mink Choker at ...... ... Zealand Seal Choker at ... . $47.50 $27.50 $45.00 $12.00 $22 Black taupe Fox Scarf , $5.00 te ... Ijtii Scarfs, $47.50 to . . Raecon Scarfs, $32.50 to $110.00 Oppesum Scarfs 913 to and brown $189.50 $190.00 $89.50 $65.00 Fur Throws Throws, $37.50, . . . . $60.00 Beaver . $$M and .... Zeaiaad $55.00 Seal Throws at $75.00 s at $57.50. $200.00 Moletkin Throws at $57.50. $123.00, $105.00 and Moskrat Set at .... Brawn Coney Set , at ...... Marmot Set at White Lamb's Wots Set at $2J0. $3.50 aad Fur Sets for the Little Folks $27.50 $16.50 $2540 $5.00 W bUe Ermine Set at $5.00 and ...... White Cane? Set $7.00 and White Anton Set at $12.40, $1X75 and. ...$7.25 $7i0 $16.50 W-UteTibet Set at ' . $7.25 Msliae Fur Set. immi- i n. Ution moleskin, $17 JO. 4ld.VO Bab, Lamb Set. $15.00 $l$Jie. $30.00 and ... A demudi romiiroA am mII ltfiM. cLoa ... Lil 1 .v " owiau rurs lata awau. . tmporiam mr event, a very desirable time to $37.50 Squirrel Set ' at Rabbit Set. $3.00. $1.40. $U.75 and .. ray Fox Set at $37.50 and Natural Opposum at $13.75. $10,50 and .. $15.00 $16.50 $49.50 $21.00 Make your selection durinn gift selections. sea on the UM as well ac tha or- the subject were read., . t , t. , 1 ,- af IP - ..''-.'-'