FRIDAY TTIC ftOCS GLAFAnGlKlDSCnilBE 10, 1920.
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EM VIM sresldent, preeioeo at urn,!..,. ti aariaa will eomnrise
nn. 1. th. ibmu of Horace
UfMrt former preaMent, aBa"
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ti&miMi oartrt vara elected for
Ua Iraw year r " -"
-dent-Mra. Be cao
PI' 1 vice president Mra JAmes
Car A of Boek Island.
Ketliant froaa Molina Mrs.
Via vrealdeut from Davenport
Mra. Arthnr D. Picke.
Becreta Mra. D. J. McCarthy
"' Treasurer Mra; W. H. WhlUltt
of Bast Moline.
The old directors were reelected
aa, foltewr Mlaa Mary Atnaworth
of Moline, Oearge N. Peek of Mo
lina, tiafs D. Roeenfleld of Rock
lalMpk Mra. 1. L. Hecht f Daveh
portZnigase Walsh of Davenport,
Mn. Hary B. Jordan of Rock Is
land arsenal 1
, Now directors Mra. William
Bitterworth of Moline and Howard
Bogeffc of Moline.
Putlioity committee Miss Betty
Adler of Davenport, chairman; Mra.
B. K. Putnam ot Davenport and
Dwlgkt Deere Wlman of Moline.
Metabershlp committee Mrs. Otto
Bet-art of Molina, chairman.
Xattltalanant committee Mrs.
Prank Oatea Allen of Moline, chatr
BM. Charles D. Roeenfleld.
The alliance Is planning to bring
MonMeur Gaston Rion. a noted
rraaeh writer and lecturer bere,
to lecture before tbe members Jan.
tU the place to be announced later.
At the February meeting a French
play will be given by members of
tbe alliance. I
Dainty refreshments were served
by Mrs. Cable at the close of ie
business session and a very de
lightful social hour, waa enjoyed,
the members conversing in French.
The alliance now numbers 55
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Xeffular XlMlouary HoHHj KeeOag
The regular meeting ot tne worn-
an'a horn taitsionarr .-society of
the Spencer Memorial ; Methodist
rhnfrh waa held yesterday after-,
noon at the home of Mrs. J. L. Wll
Hams. 831 Forty-third street De
votional were lad bv Mrs. A. M.
Stocking and Mrs: KNJL Slocum
htd charge of the lesson, tbe topic
being "Cooperation" from the study
book. Leaflets were read by sev
eral of the members. Mrs.' A. M.
Stocking gave a vocal solo. The
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Olebra e Slher Wedding.
1 ' Anniversary.
jj Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Walk -
ar entertainea at a oeiigntrui, smaii gins ai i o cioca. memoers wno
Informal einner party Wednesday have contributions and who are un
ovening at their home. 2451 Twenty- able to have them turned in before
first avenue, in honor of Mrs. Walk-, tomorrow ar asked to have them
Re$l Bargains at the Elm Street Meat Market.
Trade with us and savejnoney, which cuts the
high cost oi living.
r Specials for Saturday:
Beef pot roast
i. per lb
flit boil v
Pork loin roast
Pork steak ,(
t Veal chops ,
Yea! shoulder roaat
it par Ik
roaat, per lb ..7.;
Veal stew '
per lb ....
Veal liver, tender
1 . P. C MEIER, Proprietor
13 30tb'Street , . t Phone R. I. 1924
ar a ufMu. - up, ana An. taau
iwwuvu. , -- "' .tM .rranml for the afternoon, miaa i-ee oi swcaen. wno lg vis
traet, tW rterdir celebrated Jl?J n and iUns at the bom of Mrs. Daniel
their direr wedding- ""l"" ' ' ' llen. 0 Fifth arenu.. d
Corera were laid for a few aear rel-
ativea and intimate frisnds and the
raaind in the menu details,
The atterdinner hours were spent
tofoilly Mr. and Mrs. Bobert-
were oreaented With a set of
Honor OI vue
" Cards for Sinner Dante.
M ior wraner wance. 'a'the Davenport Catholic.Wo
liJLt' Z; ta-L 3" the Kn'ghU of
flrst of a aeries of subscription
a Series 01 suDScripiion
Hlanw HanrM ti M held DeZti
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comsaittee in cnaree is juiiub-
O0 anfl HerTln Abrahams. There
4am.ii rat auiaurai uui iuk iuc uwwi
fort couples of tri
forty , couples of tri-clty
An1 . .JH iimnnam t hn .
Fred C SUaffner AixOlary Jieot,
The annual meeting of tne aux-
HUry to the Fred u. snanner unit ona, me inuunt m . nf(, n,,..,. irt
was held yesUrday afternoon in principles of democratic govsrn-, of David Beckstrom, -625 Thirty
Memorial hall and the following ment and in the right duties ,n(J ninth street there was a good at-
elected for the new
President Mrs. Lillian Bedford.
Senior vice president- Mrs. Fan
Junior vice president Mrs. Ab
bie Bledsoe. 1
Chaplain Mrs. Matilda Hast
ings. Treasurer Mrs. Emma Sheesley.
Conductor Mrs. Martha Mason.
Guard Mrs. Anna Cosner.
Patriotic instructor Mrs. Fannie
Four comrades were present at
yesterday's meeting, four applica
tions were voted upon and four
new members Joined the auxiliary.
Miss Haael King, one of the color
bearers, presented Mrs. Bertha
Bruhn with a remembrance on be
half of tbe auxiliary. Mrs. Bruhn
Is to leave tomorrow evening for
an 'extended trip through the
southern states. The next, meeting
of the auxiliary will be held Dec.
23. The installation of officers will
take place Jan. 13.
The regular meeting of the Piatt-' tnnity but also - civic problems
deutschen-Scbwestern was held which have to do with the well be
yesterday afternoon at Math's hall ing of women and children of our
i -. -j ,k.mmmnnrtv PronarA TnnralTM.
ana omcers were emciou iw iuc
new year at follows: '
President Mrs. Elizabeth La
Vice president Mra. Theresa
Secretary Mrs. Dora Bertelsen.
Financial secretary Mrs. Mary
Treasurer Mrs. , Jennie Kissen.
Conductor Mrs. Lena Gallagher.
Guard Mrs. Helen Behn.
In the business meeting the mem-
bere planned for a bazar to be held
Fab. 10, final plans to be made by !
the next meeting. Installation
be held Jan. 13 at
Math s halt
- Tent to Hold Sale.
Tomorrow afternoon at the Tri
Clty Electric company, Moline, Eliza
Garfield tent Daughters of Veter
ans, will tponsor a bazar and it is
announced that there are some de
cidedly worth while articles to be
disposed of. Aprons, caps, towels
and hand-made lace will be on dis
play and will be procurable at a
, very reasonable price. The sale be
Sugar cured bacon, QA.
halt slab, per lb . OUL
Sugar cured' bacon QQ
per lb OOv
per lb .
Morris Supreme Nut
olee, per lb . .....
Delicia Nut Oleo
Good Luck Oleo
per dozen .
Good Fresh Dairy
Butter, special ....
Pure cane sugar
Home dressed spring
chickens, per lb
Qulnlan quality bread 1Q
per loaf ............ IOC
4 small cans - OK
Carnation milk muC
Danish Pride 1 Q
tall can luC
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10 i. m. that they may be marked
'success of democracy depend, up -
on the worth of the Individual cou-
science and insight into and under -
standing ot our responsiouHws ui
awna. .ar -w--, ,
of Moline, president -1
Uonal Federation or uatnoiic Aium-1
n&e, speaaing yeswraay aiwyrum-m ,
n,h. .,!, rnnTn.
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The future holds a wonderful
vision of what may oe accompiiBn
nnitd anion of women.
aylcJ probl7ml ?&a only be solved
wnen we prepare ourselves m
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0,"r w "T'rr':
only upon municipal, 1 but upon
gUte anj national issues as well. 1
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"ThB nroblems of citisensh!p
present many diffsrent aspect-
But three loom especially import-
ant; nrst prepanng P ."r
vote, ana vme wwuiBnujr, dv-,
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.privileges or cuiensnip. ana imru,
education of our immigrant women ; c j muaraum auureaa on iua
in the working of our government, Evolution of the World." A so.
and insplrinl them with the desire cial hour was enjoyed and deli
to become American citizens." ' cious refreshments were served.
'Mrs. McEnlry spoie at some
length on the Amercan qneetion,
and sho continued: "This education
must be concrete, and generally by ;
slow stages. America must not be
represented as ideal because un-
pleasant facts may he mentioned, i
America should be represented as
a land ot Opportunity where the
individual has a right to work out
his own destiny in common with
h's fellows. It Is in what America
has in her power to become as
much as in what has been done,
whsrein lies her real glory. All
nationalities of women will not be
equally receptive .of the ideal of
American citizenship and a very
definite study must be made of
each group if we are to make
American citizenship , importanat
enough to inspire them ip become
"The members of the Catholic
league are facing not only oppor-1
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train your children, educate and In
spire your immigrant women for
conscientious citizenship and your
civic problems will be solved." ' i
Mrs. McEniry was introduced by
Miss Helena Anrens, the president
Incidental and delightful music on,
the program was in solos by Missient were Mesdames John Mandlo,
Esther Kerker, who gave Sher-jwill Kurth, Frank Russell, Will
wood's Idylle and De Bussy's "Hoi-, Paulsen, Ed Matous, - Hick Lentz,
lowog's Cake Walk."
Queen Esthers to UTeet.
The regular meeting of the
'Queen Esthers of the Memorial
Lurmuim cuuruii .win ue ueiu mua?
day evening at the home of Mrs.
Louis Stafford, 1313 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street There is busi
ness of importance to, be taken up
and all the members' are asked to
be in attendance.
Have Christmas Party.
Rock Island Druggists' chapter.
No. 15, held a Christmas party yes.
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The Christmas Spirit
Ths pleasure of Christmas Giving ccmes in a large measure from
having made the right selections. Shopping now offers every ad
vantage. Our stocks are at their best,and time mav be taken to
select wisely and well. Choose your gifts now and have them re
served for later delivery, if you wish. , - .
Gifts of Enduring Worth
GIFTS FOR LADIES
Diamond - Toilet Sets
-WHERE QUALITY ALWAYS PREDOMINATES
This is essentially a Gift Stora. Every effort tas been made to gatarr together the
finest stock of Christinas merchandise ever submitted for your approval. Out of town
customers will be given especial attention as their time is often limited. Come la early
and get the choicest things of the season's sliowlc
tanfav aftarnnnn at tha linmai nf
jMra. Charlee Strate, 1101 i Third
arenue. There wa a large at-
tendance and the afternoon wae
spent with garnet of fire hundred.
Mre. John Jennlach of Moline re -
..warf'-h nrim tnr hivh mmr
the all-cnt went to Mre. c. ayde
Anderson of Eaet Moline. There
was also a nest prise for Miaa
Hilda .Lee of Sweden, who is Tie -
I uuuea, im r uu min, aaa
who waa a guest at yesterday's
I meeting. After the games, the
. m'pr"ere det1u, .ff
J The table decorm-
jtiong - carried out tte Christmas
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Benefit Coffee SoeeeasfaL
The benefit coffee Wm antula
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dies' Healti eociety at Workmen'a
hall, was very successful. Over $70
was colleczed, tbe money to be used
for the benefit of European orphans
and the committee in charge of
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"air T"8"..10 p
trons for their liberal support In
maldne the coffee a suncesa.
Reliance flub Jleetn.
The Reliance club of the Grace
Lutheran church hel iu rn,ia;!W. B. Slater ot Moline explained
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Pre jrram for Fa'hers.
A most delightful evening
spent at Eugene Field school last
evening when Father's night was
observed. After the short business
session tne louowuig excellent pro-
gram was given
Vocal solos Mrs.
El A. Appel-
Sleight-of-hand performance R.
A. Pratt. -
Readings Mrs. Faye Hough Mc
Carthy. Dance Perley Sterbeckv
Solo Meredith Smith. :
Acrobatic stunts Clyde Card
Address, "Educational Legisla
tion" E. C. Fisher. ' v
Refreshments were served and a
social hour spent' There ware
some 250 parents and friends of
the school pupils present at tbe
Entertains for Metber. -
Mrs. George Pfelffer of 1000
Eighth avenue, entertained at her
home in honor of her mother who
is here visiting from Lancaster,
wis., on Wednesday afternoon. Re-1
freshraents were served and games I
played. Mrs. Mike MinU took the I
head prise and Mrs. Frank Russell i
the consolation favor. Those pres-,
Adolph Jacobs and Mlko Mlntz.
Bring Bazar Fund ,te f 1.500.
St. Joseph's Altar society brought
the proceeds from the annual
Christmas bazar up to approxi
mately $1,500 at the post-bazar
sale held yesterday afternoon at
the school. Many articles had j
been ordered at the big bazar, and
yesterday's affair was held to en--j
able the patrons to secure the ar-J
tides. Coffee was served during 1
the hours and the sum taken in I
yesterday amounted to 875.
The sale table was presided over '
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GIFTS FOR MEN
Waldemar Cold Watches
Tht Mark of Quiiify
. Sinct 1882
br lfasdanea F. Flnnlnc A. 1.
Barke, La Verne Hindi, J. P, Pe-
rona, ana tne Mieeee ixnue ana
tfarcaret Anthony. lire. K. C
1 Smith poured and the refreshment
1 committee includei Masdamee D.
V. Coleman, C. N. Itaacaon, J. P.
' iKml9, GiTanaBgh, Marx
5rder' B,V" . ?B."r2Sr
'ran' ' J- "a'Z''
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niSKUUIICli niliMiU DyiUI JH w.
A. Russ. .
To Further Xufie Apsrcciatfon.
The Parent-Teachers' association
of Irring school decided at the
meeting of yesterday afternoon to
purchase records .for the uae of
the school la furtherance of music
appreciation study. It was decided
1 .iso to bur nietures for some of
! ih. room. wWrf, hv nn. O.W
the rooms which have none. 0.her
plans for the year's work were
made. The program was flven as
announced, followed by refresh
ments and a social hour. There
were 85 mothers and friends of the
school present. The association will
hold its next meeting Jan. 13.
Heat Work Eiplatacd.
The young ladies' missionary cir
cle of the Memorial Christian
Khun h was entertained last eve-
ning.br Mrs. P. H. Winans,U810
Fifth avenue. The early part of
the evening was given over, to a
business session, after which . Mrs.
the work to be taken ud bv the cir-
cle. The remainder of the evening
was spent with sociability and re
freshments were served. The time
and place for the next meeting
will be announced later.
W. C X. V. Holds Bceting.
The Kingsbury W. C. T. U. held
its regular meeting yesterday at
the home of Mrs. J. D. Warnock,
! 423 Second street Regular busi
neea waa transacted. The sum of
$10 was donated to the Anti-Saloon
league and a donation waa also
made toward a fund for buying a
new organ for the Rock Island Jail.
Papers were read by six or eight of'
the members on the temperance
question In general and the result
of prohibition in the country' After
the program refreshments were
served by the hostess and a social
hour was enjoyed. The next, meet
ing will be held Jan. 13 at the home
of Mrs. H. Arndt, 1338 Fifteenth
AH members of Rock Island
lodge. No. 18, are requested toi
report at the ball at 2 p. m.,
tomorrow tor the purpose of
attending the funeral of
Brother Charles H. Church.
200 new Player Rolls of var
ious makes to be sold at
1683 Second Avenne
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itys't wHl fi
reaerre your R! 11
selection JjjjaM t a
1 lb. prints
fresh - churned
JUMBO SALTED PEANUTS,
largo and-fancy, 29c
PIAJfUT BUTTER, Simply
delicious, made daily from
Jumbo roasted pea- 9Q
nuts, lb. LVQ
4 lbs. $1.00
dition to our line,
A new ad.
regular 45c value, lb.
JAVA SHOP COFFEE, for
those who want the finest old
crop coffees, regardless of
price, roasted daily, . PA
60c value, lb. 3UC
3 lbs. $1.45
JAVA SHOP SPECIAL. A
wonderful blend of high grade
coffees, selected for their
drinking quality. Roasted
50c value, lb. ...... .', 40c
3 lbs. $1.15
JAVA SHOP PEABERBT,
The finest Inland Santos
Peaberryjthat money can buy.
50c value, 39c
3 lbs. $1.10
SPECIAL PEABERBT. We've
had calls for a cheaper priced
Santos reaberry, and bave
just been able to pick up a
fine line. A eweet, mellow cof
fee,, well worth on
40c lb. Special at7C
5 lbs. $1.40
SANTOS COFFEE, Mild and
fine flavored, OO
, 5 lbs. $1.10
WE GUARANTEE EVERY
HERE TO GIVE
Cor. 17th St. and 3rd Ave.,
206 Brady St, Davenport, la.
' All the . news all the time The
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Fresh Creamery Butter, 1 lb. prints 45c
English Walnuts, pound 20c
Mixed Nuts, pound ".. ......25c
Banner Nut Margarine, pound V28c
Lenox Soap, 10 bars ; .39c
Fresh Bread, loaf 13c
Sugar, 5 pounds at .45c
Large California Oranges, 4 for . .25c
Large Florida Oranges, dozen . . .29c
Large Grape Fruit, 3 for ...25c
Fancy King Apples, 3 pounds for. 25c
Cooking Apples, 10 pounds for ...25c
Fancy Head Lettuce, pound .30c
Fancy Leaf Lettuce, pound 30c
Large Green Peppers, eacR 10c
Fancy Celery, 4 stalks for :...v..25c
Parsnips, pound ,7c
Turnips, pound f '.5c
Carrots, pound 3c
Onions, pound 3c
Cabbage, pound ... .2c
Cranberries, 2 Quarts ....35c
Large white Potatoes, 10 lbs 25c
Baby Beef Chuck Roast, any cut.
Baby Beef Sirloin Steak, pound . .
4 pound Neck" Bones
Whole Pork Shoulders, pound '. .
5 pounds Pure Leaf Lard, pound .
Mid-MonlK List Now on Salo
Sing Happy Hits
"All She'd Say Was Umh Hum"
is the latest, funniest, happiest hit.
of this jolly pair olf exclusive
Columbia artists. - Coupled with
ln Napolf,-' their sunny Italian
character song with it"Sole
Ted Lewis Jazzes
Ted Lewis' Jazz Band,
those exclusive Columbia art
ists, fairly sweep you onto
your feet with that joyful jazz
fox-trot, "The Hula Blues,"
and the merry, impudent nar
monies of "I Love You, Sun
day." A-3306 $1.00
A Few More Mid-Month Hit
Kaatncky Benny DitIs "1
I'm caaiiar Baca la utxat
aaa Vm Frank Crumit
OM FaaatoM1 Caraaa
Cat Up FoK-trot Paul
Biesc College Inn Or-'
Spaad One-atep Pud Bieat'a
College Inn Orchestra
KUa a Miaa-Hedley Waltz
. Prince's Orchestra
Mw Wecs Columbia kecords
Individual. inspected. Durable, de
lightful, dependable, accurate in
RAIGOR ART & MUSIC CO.
321 Twentieth Street
,"Thi Stork for cvcrybody
mum BBADV.Wair Barns Tn ou.. '
Buy Here and Save
Pura Lard, pound
Fresh Cut Hamburger, pou::d
Veal Roast, pound : ,
Jow Bacon, pound
2 pounds Fresh Brains
New Kinds of Bluei
Only this exclusive Columbia
artist could sing that smiling, tear
ful complaint called "The Broad,
way Blues," and get just exactly the
right expression into "Singin the
Blues," a- tune that cries to make
you laugh. A-33U-L0j
On Sale At
Corn, Peas, -Tomatoes, Milk, Armour
Soups, Pork and Beans, your choice,
per can . .. 10c
Campbell's Soups, 2 cans for 25c
Campbell's Pork and Beans, can.. 12c
3 cans Peaches, Pineapples or Pears,
One can of above for 39c
Large can unpeeled Peaches 19c
No. 2 Green Gage Plums, can ...,19c
Prunes, per pound 15c
Seeded or seedless Raisins, pound 35c
Lemon or Orange Peels, pound 49c
Citron, pound 72c
Blue Ribbon Peaches, package 23c
Currants, per package 23c
Japan Tea, pound 9c
10 pounds Navy Beans 55c
Rice, 3 pounds 25c
Lima Beans, 2 pounds 25c
Jiffy Jell, 2 packstjes 25e
Lux, 2 packages for 25c
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