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11 Ca eat af arias or are-nea. '. J-eertles betagBlaaaed far Miss . -3 UfltttM, wko lato wed Dr. A. a nateeluBM of Dm KaJses oily aett atoath, was the wrr' ( wOy affair f yesterday aftaraooa M which. Ufa. J. S. Hill af ltU . wenty -arst street was hostess, 'be geests ladaded family Manda acitae -bride aad a group of har Tffbt woaam Meads. The affair waa moat chenelag, err detail beiag carried oat eeifeetrr. Flak aad while, which hive beea Chosen ' M tba bridal colors, were seed la , daeorat'tn throagaottt the rooms, with aardasas aad ptak earaetioaa ,aa wall aa candles, . ; . -, Brtdga wbist waa played at tight " tablet daring tba aftaraooa, arises , botag won bjr Mrs, Hear? Erb teln, lira; Maria Flnklestein. Mrs. Aba Wassaberg. lira. ataartce Kel- i Inaoa, Mlaa Beatrice Flnklestein, , Mrs. A. Franks! and Mrs. Max ' f Mra. A. Fraakal. Mra. Mai Kloiky of Molina, and Mra. Harry wazea- barg of Davenport, while Mra. Jo aepb Kau of this city took tbe all cut oris. There waa a lovely par 7 fXtor the bride-elect. Delic lif 'afresbmeats, la which tbe pit . and white color scheme was dai jf. carried oat, were served at ta email tables. Individual can dles being used on each one. Mrs. Dave Novak of Chicago, the house attest of Mrs. A. H. Kalman, and Miss Florence Goldman ot Chicago, who la visiting Mrs. Abe Waxen berg, were out-of-town guests. ' Among Other affairs to, be glien complimenting tbe bride-elect Is a tea of Sunday afternoon, at which Miss Florence Livingston, her sis ter, will be hostess. The guests will be a company of girl friends. : Miss Livingston has chosen Tues day, Jan. 4, as her wedding day, and the ceremony, will be perform ed In tbe ballroom of he Hotel Blackhlwk. A large company of fripeda. and . relatives will be the gudats. A reception will follow the marriage. - I The bride-to-be, whose engage ment waa announced in tbe fall, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Livingston of 1200 Second avenue. Dr. A. G. Fleiscbman, her affianced. Is the son of Mrs. J. Drapin of Pes Moines. Approves af Home Bureau. Homemaking is tbe highest pro fession, aaya Mrs. Florence E. Me Co&nell, of Champaign county, in the Orange Judd Farmer. In ev ery county wbere Mra. McConnell' goesSahe preaches, that homemak ing Is a profession. , "Women should not say they have DO occupation," . Mrs. McConnell urges, "they should say that they are bomeraukers, which is at tbe bead of tbe list Homemaking is ' aa art and a science, a profession and a privilege" Mrs. McConnell was once a farm woman herself and sbe lived on a Kansas farm during one of tbe most severe oK tbe . grasshopper aleges. She Is a grandmother now, although you would never suspect it, for she seema to have retained - all of her animation and enthusi asm. Her ideals of a home are ex- , actly those of the home Improvc tnent association, and she has the ' greatest faith In what tbe borne ad visers can dn toward making wo- $50.00 Is well worth saving any time and especially at Christmas. If rmi srn onn of the many who are planning to buy a V1CTROLA this year you can eave $50 on a No. -XIV. only slightly used (you can't tell" It from a new one) by getting In touch. with Mr. Carter, at ,2020 Fourth avenue. Phone R. T. 3SS0. Big 5.0 Off on SHOES - Rubbers and Furnishings iiWe also have a line of Peter's Diamond C Brand Shoes for Boys, Men and hil 1. dren. Every pair is absolutely guar- i jahteed of all ' genuine LEATHER. it anyone nnds paper in the shoe you get your money back and a new pair of shoes free. Come in and look them over. We are open every evening. SHOE REPAIRING IN REAR OF STORE ' Opposite Postoffice. mb realise that-tfceir ,-a tie greatest, prof esstoa. t Oae tbiag Mra. MeO-well fI very strongly aboat That la b am. She eveav Mils It bar "Pet Paeva." vTWby do farm women la riat bafiag alneteea dlffaraat ktada ot diUtfa oa UMr tablee wbM Ims wonU to M felL-aa xelatr. It Is acfttidam wblali hoaieaersf would 40 WtU 40 hoed. "The noma Buraaa baa to ao besldM giriag deaioaatratton to cookinc' Mrs. MeOnnell says. uMaay farm vomen know bow to make bettor cakes and pie than do tba borne advisers. Bua taa, boma advlaar can help tfaenr to plan bal taced meals and use economy of time and effort." , As a Vasalt of carefaMy plaaaed menas which economize oa , ttas and energy-farm women will bars mora time and strength to .devote to their .children. Theywlll be able to spend more time tailing stories and teaebimi them how to play. . Recently. Mrs. McConnell made a very striking statement when sbe said: "Our nation Is only M strong aa the weakest home.' Women all over the atate who baa heard of thia remark have ' beel thinking about it. There have been more I thin one woman who said: I don't want mv home to be the weak one." v; 1 ; .i.'-. ; Rock Island county "women are still slowly getting more members for the Rock Island County Home Bureau. ' .Women who have already paid membership dues have been asking if it was drawing near tim " " , for payment ot another years dues without having had any benefit as yet. To thosa tcfe answer has been made: ' "Please consider yourself aa in vestor of $3 and one of those Who are making possible; even though slowly, the organization ot . this much wanted bureau in the coun ty. Membership dues already paid are dues for the year of the organ ization, from the time actual or ganization is effected and a home adviser is secured.". ' In the meantime, these women who have shown such a progres sive spirit as to become members and oav their dues are aaked to in duce some othe woman to become a meuiuer. do mis way ui fertil ization, will be accomplished much sooner than by waiting for some one to make a membership drive. Te Give Holiday Dance. 1 Miss Grace Murphy and Law rence Murphy of , 6sl .Thirtieth street. Rock Island, will entertain at a dancing party on Wednesday evening, Dec. 2?. at the-Rock Is land Arsenal Golf club. The guests will be their friends of the tri city younger set. . To GhTpiav. Oakleaf camp, Royal Neighbors of, America, are to sponsor a very interesting musical comedy, "The Day Afther Tomorra," in three acts, tomorrow evening at the Franklin school. .The play is an original one having been written, songs as well as lines, by Mrs. Edna Rounds who Is directing the play. The program is as follows: Mrs. Patsy O'RlIey Mrs. Swan. Mike O'Riley Harold Grigsby. Rosalie, the daughter Marie Houldsworth. -. " Mrs. True, Royal Neighbor Mrs.'Burke. Mrs. Talker, Royal Neighbor Mrs. Wheeler. Issy Herkins,- Jewish landlord Clyde Rounds. ' j Chorus Marie Houldsworth. Ida ; Hofer, Marie Hofer, Sarah Selers, ' Dorothy Burton. Mary Burton, Mar-! SHOES, $3.35, $4.85, $6.75 BERT'S BOOT SHOP Sale! 153 2nd Ave. -.. , ... .. gaavtto i Carte. Helaa Wbeaior, RnU Paeslg, Ethel Gtaaier, Ila Beaar aad jesaette McCarthy. There wUl be a itoyai neiBBor drill aad songs by tbe chores. Scenes Acta X and f z lira. OtUera Wtebea. " v - . Act J, aceae J itrs. u suiey-a dreaat, . . r L. Aet S. scene xne aajr anaer taaaorra. - ' Act The wealth of tw en ey'a through Rosalie's success. Bong hits . Welcome "Winter Time Chorus. Merrily On We Go Chorus. Ireland,' Old Ireland Hoaalle and chorus. - One Night fa Jane Chorus. t Whispering Leaves Chorus. la the Twilight Chorus. : Springtime Chorus. ; Farewell Ob Night la Jane Chorus. - Cbrtstnus Bells Chorus. . To Obserre Fathers Kight Fstbers night will be observed at the Eugene Field school tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. The follow ing program will be given: Vocal solos Mrs. Ed Applequist Sleight of band performances P. A. Pratt. Readings Mrs. Will McCarthy. Dance Miss Perley Storbeck. Acrobatic stunts Clyde Cardwell. Vocal solo Meredith Smith. Refreshments will be served after the program. . - . : , ' Mr, McEairy Boat The clerks and carriers of the Rock Island postoffice were guests of jobn. McEniry, tneir rormer poe- ul Mg0ciate, at bis home, ZOO'S Sev- of John McEniry. their rormer pos- enth avenue, Moline, last evening. Mr. McEniry also had as guests Postmaster Harry P. Simpson and Assistant Postmaster Oliver P. Ol son of Rock Island, and Postmas ter Charles V. Gould and Superin- CHRISTMAS GIFTS of . '( Distinction --rye SYMPHONY LAWN The Finest Stationery Hade GIFT BOXES In white and various tints. GIFT BOXES ... ...-4.75, $7.25, $9.85 Hand Painted with Cards, Envelopes and Paper FOUNTAIN PENS Scheaffer ft Waterman EVERSHARP PENCILS KODAKS A gift that will be used all tbe year round and is sure to carry the memory of tbe giver. ' v NQ2 BOX BROWNIE. .$333 ' NO. 2A BOX BROWNIE.$4.58 FOLDING BROWNIES..... .'. $10.18 to $19.95 VEST POCKET KODAK. , . Q 49 1A KODAK JR. .J:... .$1830 3A KODAK JR. . ... .w . . $21.02 ' We are glad and ready to assist vou In aalecitinc th mon Buiiaoie. - TOILET AND PERFUME SETS Most fascinating to ladies and expressive af tbe Christina wi sh. - JONTEEL SETS L..$3.00 to $10.00 CARA NOME SETS $10.00 GARDEN FRAGRANCE SETS.$2.75 to $ri25 FIANCEE SETS . . . : . . .$4.75 to $8.50 MARY GARDEN SETS. .$10.00 TOILET WATERS ,...60c to $10.00 PERFUMES 50c to $7.50 MANICURE SETS .$2.75 to $18.00 DOLLS AT 20 $7.50 Pressed Steel Unbreakable Sleeping nous witn hair , Dolls $2.00 Bundle Dolls $1.50 KewDie' Dolls Store He. 1 SSg W. Sad St v Daveopprt Third i - ." ' . - J: l S t-llaV''ri WT'CJ1" V'ff.IatV afMM :'AMt.IA ttaatiM ot ae , J3otiae aoatofflcs. A Carea j the erent M the; evening. wrrrm urraAnd for HIj UH the ereaifec a Terr taatv waa aarved by fl&a. McEairy. i A uniaae feature of tbe eveaJoa ivu taa roaoiag ei aa original aa well wnufss wucu bj vuwin ixi rose. so years of age. a former car rier at the MoUae office, aad dedi cated to Mr. McEairy. . Roy D. Liadstrom. one of. tbe Rock Island carriers, gave some anecdotes and reading, aad Wi Miss Margaret ' B. Allen at the piano, several popular songs were given by members Of the postoffice force. . f Offer Sehelanafps. Scholarships in the Trt-City Art league drawing class will be offered students ' of Intermediate and High school,- for the beat essays on a picture or pictures in the collec tion of oils now being shown under the auspices ot the league at tbe library gallery. i. . - There are. IS pictures in tbe col lection. The great variety ot sub jects the artists have made tbe ve hicle of interesting effects of light and shade, sunshine and shadow, and tbe different styles of paint ing that are employed, make tbe collection an intensely interesting study,- apart fromjtbe instrinsic value and beauty of - some, of tbe work. . . - Two scholarships will be offered. one to .the intermediate pupil writing the best essay, and the oth er to a high school student whose composition meets the same re quirements. Those , who desire to enter the contest should confer with Herman More, the instructor of the Art rLeague Students' league, for out lines of rules governing the decis ion of the judges. 1 ' .Hol Regular Meeting. The young married people's class of the Fifteenth avenue Christian church held its regular meeting last evening at -the home of Mr. nd Mrs. lien spauiamg, li i nir- STATIONERY The practical gift that is sure to be ' appreciated. ....75candup . .80c to $6.75 .-.$1.50 to $10.00 .$L00to$6.00 V DISCOUNT, ..ri.,... $6.00 ....$2.83 ...$1.60 ...$1.20 . Ke. t I n Xa. l aad Brady j Sad Ave. 171b St vawpen Boea Island was transacts aad plans were d to-, cttssed for building up the organ- h.ilna . aaatetn nu-in in tbe cburth aad Sunday school work. Following the business see- sioD. refreshments were served aad 11 hour maa eiovd. v Interesting reatarele Tea, . 1 A novel exhibit of Batiks, brought I from Chicago by Mrs. Marsh will! nkrt league tea next Saturday after- f at the - art -league studios, I 222 1-J Main street, Davenport. The Batiks includes entire v costumes, scarfs aad draperies la this aew art Some of tbe costumes created much attention at the, recent art ball in Chicago wbicb , was pronounced ..ink . n . Mt-m Edna Wiese of tOTpertrtT be j hoateas at the tea Saturday af ter-S noon. It wlil be open to the public. Uawtharae Fatact Hlgbt Fathers' night was observef at the Hawthorne school in a very de- lightful manner last evening at the school. - There were about three hundred present and 40 new mem bers were .taken into the Parent Teacher associations The program was given as previously announced, most of those taking part being fa thers Or mothers of pupils at the school. Musical selections were given by the Franklin school or chestra. t Following the program a sociel hour was enjoyed and re freshments were served. t " - ' . Auxiliary Elects Officers. For-get-me-not lodge No. 226, the auxiliary to the Brotherhood of flLealLJileiai We Fr IIIIIIIIIIIllllllllL I W G. BLOCK CO I fnlanen. at a 'Rdlt yesterday afteraeoa la Odd FeUows' hall, elected the following omcare for the Tear: ..'- - Past prosldeat Mrs. Jennie Swtiber. ' ' ' President Mrs. Mary A. Baniaa. k Vice preaidejrt :Mrs. Efoe fteevea. Secraury Mrs. Miaate B. Net so. .-Coaductar-rMre. Rosa Brittoa. Warden Mas. Mathilda Bishop. Chaplain Mrs. Emma Gamble. Iaside guard Mrs. Marie Negus. Outside guard -Mra. Efie Purvis. Tbe sunt ot $6 was voted to Tbe Argus Banta Cltus fund, by tbe memoers. . - i Caloael Brackett CMt Electa. Tbe annual meeting of Colonel Bracken circle, u. 4. ?i,o- f1'0' SJSST"- Senior vice president Mrs. Qod- dard. ' Junior vice president Mrs. New ton. Secretary Mr. Katie Truslow Tj easi urer Mrs. Christine Wal- ler. Chaplain -Mrs. Anna Whitehead. Guard Mrs. .Martha I .arson " Conductor Mrs. Mary Pickup. Assistant conductor Mrs. Ruth Cooley. The next meeting will be held Dec. 31. at which timl the annual in spection of the circle will be made. Card Party a Success. Court of Honor, No. 31. beld a card party yesterday afternoon at the Hotel Harms, which was most successful. A large- number of members and friends enjoyed the HihfliHflUHfl-MBallllpllil Special Christmas Values in WATCHES FOR MEN AND WOMEN . J " fee , Select Them Now and Have Then Engraved Before Christmas --. Time pieces of real worthj fully guaranteed by the Josephson store. 20 year flat watches, fine 15 jeweled movements at $14.50, 17 jewel $18.50, others up to $28.00. 25 year flat models with 15 and 17 jeweled move ments, $35.00 to $40.00. 14-kt solid gold watches, $60.00, $80.00, $80.00, $120.00 and up. v 18-kt finest grades $150.00 to $500.00. E5GRATED FREE 2C Aeeoeecement om PM. AT . LAST REDUCTIONS IN COAL PRICES! Mild weather and decreased industrial consumption force3 prices o( coal'doivn. Effective attnce new prices are s. Heato (Eranklin County) Coal, lump . . .$10.50 per ton RelianceVoal, lump or egg ... . . . . . .$9.50 per ton Koran, lump $$.50 per ton Silvo, lump I . . y. . . ... . . . .... . . .S9.50pertcn Theseprices are in lots of two additional. also have a supply of egg and nut Coke, Pocahontas - and Buckwheat Hard. . Yellow' Trucks Rock Island, 111. Tel. R. J.35 ipilllllliliPIH ......... . . , - games af cards.' Wres wtrs award ed to Mra. Myra uayea, Mrs. tioima beeu of Davenport, Mrs. George. Al braad and Mrs. Andrew Brady. An other card party will be given at tba same place next Tuesday after noon to'whicb the public Is Invited. . , Scwttf Circle Meets. 0 Tbe regulauaeeting of Bethany home sewing circle waa held yes terday afternoon at the home. Tbe members worked oa a juHt aad finished 10 articles. Refreshments were served at tbe close of the aft ernoon by Mrs. John Kimbel. ' Beraet Heeings. ... The Alliance Francaise, com posed of tri-city people who speak R., was heldTrveacn or are imeres.ea in ue stuay ot me language ana litera ture, which held a series of most entertaining meetings a year or more ago, will resume its gather ings with a meeting tomorrow aft ernoon at 4 o'clock. ' Mrs. Ben jCable has offerfB her home for the occasion and it is ' hoped all members of the society, 1 and all those who are interested ini the study of Frgnch language, arts and history will attend. , There will be reorganization and election of new officers and the club, work will be systematized and put on an active working .basis. Horace Roberta is the president of "the club. t . The Eudora Rebekah degree staff will meet at' 2: 30 tomorrow after noon at Odd Fellows' hall. t All the news all tee time Tbe Argue. Women's wrist watches of the better class only will be found here. 20 year wrist watches, rib bon or chain, fine 15 jewel raovementsH , , $16.50, $20.00, $22.50, $26.50, $28.50. V 7 Solid gold 14-kt watches, $36.00 to $80.00. Fine white gold and plat inum watches, many shapes, $100.00 to $700.00. Moline, 'Biois tons or more. Single ton 25c r Yellow Trucks x Moline, 111. Tel. M. 373, 1340 UAJoiiEiiircdf ASENALGOrra ( SILL, Major W. B. Simpson of th,'l Islaaa arsenal is to be tiaaifS to Fort Sill. Okla.. vrithla 10 days. Major Simpson hit 2 chief engineer at the arsenu I? bis appointment. . Maior John niir ..... v - .cum . it, - BV iuouu.ui, win succeed Major w sob, adding this work to hiiS duties until the return of fcT, Harry B. Jordan, who is noebj' Springs, Ark., for treatment t thought Major Jordan will Black Hawk M H littS Iweliih.avaast, BILL1E Bl'KEE 'X ' "SADIELOrr ;! Christy comedy ' ;! ' s 1 ' S5 j T0M0UK0W- ' 'JTAERIKD IX SAME 011 - (All star cast) . ss And episode No, I '" Weire Grees Tradtof j III.