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day afteraooa, Dec. Xt. at tk Rock Mitchell of Ifak Island and to. tires. The room, were arettfty ee-
iBHna Arsenal von cm wr ww w - r- . -f .--.
mux dMfhtarn, the Kisses Katt- ed about the rooms and took Urn boa ,M aviachjaa opartor-at the
Stao obTaiJco Pee Mlse Ktl-' W poorin. r ' LtMrofc ?OBipny V"1"-
Uirtne Pek la at 8m lUwr. im r. u Mrs. unco rftt""tT! S,'-Tf '
lia Alice reek 'av vaseer. ' nnu : inrmmas nance ai me uiuui u - .-ymj.
' fteaiit MS take Me. iLery and Mrs. r. Ship'ro. The next Oebnd Presaytertu t --1
Hie-Vame -iirtft bl - Ktaf iH JaB-l- l?w,,n to Nslness
home tuule bakery saie Haiuroayi " --v (. t - ' n awt-i -,
Inwiimli.. ii 1
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c1it of laa Art lalM i
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" I1... JI. J .k. Kaakot tiMl With S f
m tlw Mtut ,
both will bo bono lor tbuvbolidsy.
Tb notU wtu bo v or more
itri-citr yoBBg oeopl. ,Tli fcoon
wU bo from J to . v..v
Wailml Aatodatioa to
The Tri-City MnHcal aiBOCuuon
-m k - Im. BTaka aft""'" " - " :r
-- mrmm': .rr. ifcw bnttorBr Dow oi jomow mo.
Tr.Z atoiZ'; tortood tbo emtorpteeo of the f7- will entertain at a Chriftmao partr
L IT?!-??? , tag table, aad dainty candle tleka'the eTeDlDK of Wedneaday, Dec 2.
JtfcS'"lii yellow candle were ar-j toe Bew Music Center in the
inmmi tT; tri rtT.i wtfh ' one at okb eornor oi me Art league building,
1 ttTZXitito. AasUtlnr in the dining .nd friend, are Inrit
that chom." ineneet and -j"om Mrj. O, f-g"
goum. and order ChrUt JJ. itSSP&JSA
Jru 1 W. R. Morgan, and the Mtoeea
ri5ta7"(w.Tl. r--Sr i Mary Blapding, Dorothy
of the aeatoa and altogether nd Mary (Foster.
aaceoaafal tea Beta at ue
and members
lnrited to attend.:
Hostess at Delightfal tea.
Mrs. Thomas W. Griggs of Camp
McClellan. DaTenport, entertained
Herbst'at a Terr dellehtfal tea Saturday,
at her home, harlnc some 60 or
v ilo.
A great deal of interest centered
Ti the canvasses and many complt
t oats were paid Miss Kohn on her
i"o worit
CoautaaJty ttoeiaUe.
Another of the series of com
munity , sociables will be held
thin erenlng at the charch. Dr.
Newell Dwia-ht Hlllis wUl glTe a
iww .uM in f or 4 stereopticon lecture on ocUlism."
.are of aUeation and was welL Mrs. John Crampton of Pleasant
-wlzad. . Ml Jorgemen who4 Ridge will giro special nnmbers and
) a eharra ahowcd iha 60 or more there will be numbers by the Vlc-
, tiwhlcb have been sent as sam-
lea from which .one may order,
tory Saiophono quartet, composed
by Charles J. Schnlck. piano; Emit
e wl, each day the coming week, Lemburg, aito; Bertram H. Kem
at the shop after 3:30 so that any 'per. tenor, and Dr. J. E. Asay, barf-
i lOwisning to ioo over tne dooks : urae.'
J d-prder. may do so, - f n.., n....r.
.1 !". P8" .of ne' tM ' mV; H ,rtn V Pk oflDeutach. Mrs. Julius Haller, Mrs
Jfi.l"tkn. Moline. will Charles Sessions. Mrs
uy miss tHianeiu ruuam, , . rfn , u. nf DavenDOrt.
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more friends from the three -cities
as her 'guests. Baskets of Russell
roses in the library where the hos
tess received, .and tall vases of
American Beauties in the music
room, with green and white colors'
in the dining room, carried out the
pretty details of decoration, the
! serving table having a large ailver
basket filled with wtute uues, ana
unshaded glowing "tapera of green
with silver holders - adding tneir1
sparks of light to the tea hour ;
scene. ' I
Miss Agnes Gilmore of Chicago,
sister of the hostess, Mrs. Isaac!
the evening or Tuesday. Dec. tt .
: Csbea DeBafcar WedaTay.
The marriage of Miss Margaret
DeBaeker, Sll Twenty-tfth avenne,
Moline, to Lewis Goben, 820 Sixth
avenue. Rock Island, was solemn
ised Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
at the parsonage of the Sacred
Heart Catholic church, Moline, Rev.
I. B. Culemans officiating. Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Do Backer, brother of
the bride,' and sister of the bride
groom; attended the bridal couple.
After the ceremony a three course
wedding dinner was served at the
homo of the bride's parents, coven
being laid only for immediate rela-
The joung coo pie
Moline. f
hade: bakery sale Saturday hottAoies,. .,
V. . " .k. npn.iria : . : '8eja Aijswesaetala.. 'r-
iil reside in Tlowcr Shop.", Mr. Elbert Don, meet l- ... i.u.-. w
2" SSf Mrim! iiiwiiiuiiMiummiiuuftninimiimtii l.W
fern aad
BeaeAt Aoeat.'a Party. ; ,i Mrs. Arvid Samuelsoa. Mrs. Ken-
Qaeea Bee Review, No. 190, Wom-f neth Stockdale m . nana Manx s
en's Benefit association, will hold
Its annual Christmas party at
Math's hall this evening. The
I affair is for members and their
I families. There will be a program
' and several Christmas features in
cluding a visit from Santa. Clans
who will bring he evening's treats.
Each member attending is asked to
bring a package for the fishpond,
and anyone desiring to have per
sonal gifts distributed by Santa
Clans to their children or friends
can have it done. ,
Miss Edna Robeson, Miss Roberta
and Miss Margaret Hosteller. Mrs.
; f. B. Bettehdorf, Mrs. Otto H. Seif-
prt had Mrs. Hugh Johnson. . y
There were decorations of the
, holiday season and candles on the
X tables and about the studio added
" to the charm of arrangements.
' Eatertalas for Mrs Blakemore,
i'l"": Robert S. Blakemore of 1021
' m. k . k
'jfad to a large number of trl-city
triands at her home, Saturday aft
; -rnoon. at a tea in honor of Mrs.
'J,ml:H. Blakemore. The decora
hs were beautifully carried : out
. ' 4ha yellow, and white colon.
j: , sheila roses and ' harcissus pre
: qiinating in the floral decora-
vitV'- The guests were received by
" hostess, and her mother, an.
;iVViW. Eustace of Dubuque, Iowa,
X 17 Mn. Paul Blakemore. Mrs.
i3ait Blakemore was in a lovely
'r gown of white georgette over yel
low satin, and the honoree wore a
beautiful dress of black lace. She
won a corsage of Ophelia roses.
- Mrs. Eustace was in black velvet
: and she wore a beautiful strand of
i pearls,
; I The dining room was attracUve-
ly decorated in the colors, and yel
Henry Hu-
Mrs. Ben
Fresh, full -cream milk and the extract of se
lected malted grain, reduced to powder form.
ThoFood-Drink lor Afl Ages.
; Used successfully for over 13 century.
Superior to tea, coffee, cocoa
A quick lunch readily digested.
Iififorativg, Hoirishing, Delicious
Ask for Horlick'9 at All Fountains
Prepared in a moment by briskly stirring the powder in
hot or cold water. Keep at home or v. hen traveling.
thus Avoiding Imitations
"aSSiPckagVi SUBSTITUTES Cost YOU Same Price
Write for free sample to Horlick's, Dept. B, Racine, Wis.
The Greatest
' , in eyeglasses since
-' the invention of the
t eye lens. -
That eummarizes what onr
, one-piece . invisible double
vision eyegla&ses mean to
eyeglass wearers.
With proper methods of ad
justment our one-piece doable
vision lenses meet every vis
ual requirement it really
means the every purpose eye
glass. JVear it all the time
and see everywhere without
L A" demonstration and tryout, '
'all for the asking and with
out obligation. -
"The Gateway to Perfect
Vision" .
Second Fleer Robinsoa Bldg
Rock Island
Phone R. L 123
Hours 9 a. m. to a p. au
Saturday to 8 p. m.
Also by Special Appoiatmest
and. Mn. Eugene- Swanson were in r
charge of the sale tables during the r
afternoon. ' j 5
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"" A very pleasant meeting -of the. E
Ladles' Relief society was held
Sunday afternoon at Math' nalk
After a short business session re-
freshmen ts were served by the hog-'
tosses, Mrs. M. Mints and Mr. H- E
Viner. Prises were awarded in the
games to- Mn. S. Shapiro, Mn, U
invites , ladiee Interested in
-fine needlework to attend E
their ptHor sale . nfw being S
held at Mt Nineteenth street,, s
Rock Island, and continuing s
thrajeh Wednesday. . -. 5
Cbme and see the attractive S
linenr aad dainty articles s
suitable for ChristmM gifU. ' : E
( aauscgTMi's dbio aiaav M
OaWffMst 8htn fajv M( Sahneb I
At Fonberi'g
vsver Boot Shop
nr. adMtr.
The Store for Everybody'
THE- Ifllfeflif YfiMll fflfe NtW5
and lasting until after Christmas we
will offer in addition to our already low
'prices on ,
Never before has such
an event taken place at
this time of the Holiday
An Additional Reduction of
This Includes All Toys and Dolls
Here you will find a wonderful as
sortment of Dolls of every kind,
Automobiles, Kiddie Kars, Fire
h Trucks, Wagons, Tricycles, Veloci
pedes, Games of all kinds, Trains,
Aeroplanes, in fact every known toy
'goes into this great price reduction
of '
dainty patterns. Special
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We Give Doable Z&C Trading Stamps Wednesday Forenoon
Just 3 More Shopping Days Left
Store Hours for
Christmas Week
9 a.m. till 9 p. m. -
During this week, the store will
open at nine a. m. and remain open
each evening until nine o'clock.
On Friday evening, we will close
at five-thirty so as to enable onr
employes to enjoy Christmas Eve
at home. . -
Please keep this in mind; we
close Christmas Eve at 5:30 p. m.
Give Her a Gift
Fancy Linens at 1
Special Prices
Hand Crocheted Turkish
Towels, of fine white 2-ply
yarn. Crocheted edge in
pink, blue, lavender and yel
low. Each in a Christmas
box. Special ' Wednesday,
each, $1.75.
Filet Dresser Scarfs, 18x54
. inches. Special at $1.50.
Embroidered Dresser Sets,
18x54 inches, special at
Embroidered Scarf in
white or linen color. Special,
95& '
13-Piece Luncheon Set, all
pure Irish linen, very special
at $5.50.
Fancy Baby Pillows, each
Colored Bedspreads, pink
and blue, special, $7.50.
Linens, First Floor.
. Women's Alpenzell em
broidered handkerchiefs,
done in white or colors with
scalloped or plain edge.
Price, each, 25c
Women's Swiss and all
linen embroidered handker
chiefs, charming gifts.
Priced, 35c
Men's Linen Finish hand
kerchiefs with French tape
border and script initial.
Price 35c
Handkerchiefs, First Floor.
Smart Gloves are
Sure to Please
We have them in fine kid
with contrast stitching in
gray white, black, brown,
tan and taupe.. Priced $3.95
Also 12 and 16 button
; length kid gloves in white,
black or; brown at $7.95 tnd
$9.50. -v
Gloves, First Floor.
Pyrex Ovenware for Gifts
Pyrex ware enables her to bring the food
piping hot from the oven to the table without
stopping to transfer it to another dish. These
transparent cooking and baking dishes are prac
tically unbreakable, smooth in finish, odorless
and easy to wash.
Pyrex Gift Sets $6.00.
Containing e'even of these useful Pyrez,dishes in a gift
box. Price $6.00.
- Pyrex Covered Casseroles.
1 cnart size. 1J0 i quart size, $1.75; 2 quart sire, $2.09;
; 2 'quart size, fZ50. i - ;
Pudding or Baking Dishes.
1 onart s:ze. 90c? 1U quart size, $1.00; 2 quart size, $10;
2 euart size, $1.40. .
Custard cups ....... $2.20 and $3.00 doz.
Gifts of Aluminum Ware
Round 8-piece- Aluminum Roaster $195
S-cup Aluminum Percolator $1.95
Aluminum Syrnp Pitcher $1.35
Aluminum Waffle Irons $8.00 and $6.53
Housewares, Third Fleer.
Smoking Accessories
In this group may be found an- interesting
collection of articles aopropriate to give a man
as well as to beautify the home. ;
Pyrex Gift SeU $6.00
Containing eleven of these useful Pyrex
dishes in a gift box. Price $6.00.
Pytex Covered Casseroles.
l-quart size, $1.50; 1 V2-quart size. $1.75 ;
2-quart size, $2.00; 2Vfc-quart size, $2.50.
Pudding or Baking Dishes.
l-quart size, 80c; li2-quart, size. $1.00;
2-quart size. $00; 214-quart size, $1.40.
Custard Cups, $2.20 and $3.00 doz. ,
Housewares, Thjrd Floor.
A List of Wednesday
Christmas Specials
Useful Gifts at Moderate Cost
lNVBLOPE CHEMISE of fine pussy-willow silk, crepe
L de chine and wash satin, trimmed in lace, georgette
ana meaaiions. An exquisite gut. ..;
Special at ,.-
UndermusUns, Second Floor
MUFF BEDS in th new shaps. lined with flne
Skinner Satin in "brown or black. Filled with fluffy
down. May be covered with Mt AA (fQ Oft.
fur or plush. . Special ....... .' . . PUU and t)0u
.Notions, First Floer.
DU8T CONPINERS in beautiful combinations of lace
and wash satin or all lata with italntv vikiwm
Separately boxed. . 0 siE
Special . ..i . . . .. .,. .... .l. . I)Z.7tJ
: . Corsets, Second Floer
ULANKET ROBES made of soft, warm Beacon Blanket
- cloth. Tailored styles with cord girdles; all co'ofs
and designs. . l a
Special at . . ............. . . . ....... . ..... OU.uU
' Robes, Second Floor.
GIRL'S SWEATERS all wool in coat style with sailor
collars and belts. Many colors, . (hm va
some contrast trimming. .Special tDdaDU
Girls Store, Second Floer.
PHILIPPINE LINGERIE hand made, hand embroidered
Mtwna n 4 ....Imu .l,MMtA i .
Lingerie, Second Floor.
A7 OMEN'S WOOL SWEATEES in coat; sliorer and
v inipnn oil vieaai i n namniw neaiiw kaab
- mmm uowao pivtfi VV'VI
JSpecially priced at .....
Sweaters, Second Floor. ' .
V Then you can't go wrong,
because she can exercise her
own judgment and taste in
selecting whatever she may
' Gift Certificatss and Glove
Bonds for sale in any depart,
ment, for any amount, -e-deemable
at any time. 1
Rare Perfumes
The famous "Jaspy" peN'
fumes, imported from Paris.
Packed in dainty gift boxes.
Odors of Buisson Fleuri,
Rose du Chemin, Myrodate,
Kadore ind Muscadin. All
very specially priced, per
bottle $2.95.
Toiletrie Specials
D:er Kiss Ve;etab'e m
Djer :;iss Toilet Watar ....$1.75
Djer Kiss Sachet, oz. $1.50
Djer Kiss Perfume, qz. .:. $1.53
Pivers Azurea & LeteSe Vesetable,
Pivers Azurea & Letrefle Toilet
Water, (2 00.
Pivcra Azurea Perfume, fcoiei
Toilet Gflods, First Floor. .
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A Silk Umbrella
for Christmas
There is no more appreciat
ed gift than a fine silk um
brella. A woman is always
proud to carry one of these
"Anne Weather" umbrellas,
with attractive white ivory
handles and white tips.
Prices from $10.00 to $19.75.
Toy Autos
in a Sale at
Toy automobiles of
famous ("Pioneer" make,
brightly painted, sturdily
built. Just the thing for the
kiddie's Christmas. Reduced m
to $7.50.
Boys' Velocipedes ,
We have them in all sizes and .
styies witn steei wneeis " ry .
or rubber tires. Priced from iw
to $16.50. - ' ; I
Wheel Goods, Third Flos,.,,,

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