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Cx? War. 14.W Vbt ! Ktakl Dwwb , rU"bop wUl be coodeeted j, Wednesday and l?"" .ai.H4 plans already tn- wav tii auk this rear sale M amxt ikmh than tta two 'am nnaa tut been. Mra, I Wurrlf, nMnl chairman tor 1 iboa, bad eallsd meeting to r af tiut raaeral committee, BBd fes exmmuteea were neaw v n MMancad in a abort time. Tvteaa King's Daughter circles t U,itT bare already roted to make tne anop a succeas, iu , iOI and attraeUre article! are' .ready blc( mode by thedaugh jra. - ' f I ; rn. Berber! KaUtam Veneres Mn. Herbert Mullinlx of'Good--da, Kan., tfho Is guest in the I i . w. Biaiuaui Bom". jmoree at two vrua v wvw -nrdar. lira. C. L. Desaulnlers en- .ertalntng at three tables in the afternoon and Mis Gladys Ford at two tobies at night. 'Mrs. Fay Tay fer of Rock Island, a recent bride, who was Miss Nellie Boltenstern before her marriage, was aiso an Vraor gnest at the afternoon party, iha rfamartnre for their new home at Atlanta, Ga.. having been delay ed until Sunday. - The Desaulnlers nome was aoc 04 with flowers of the season. At the close of the games high score rise was awarded to-Mrs. J. L. Oaklear ana connotation u mra. Taylor, while both honor .guests received party favors. Refresh Bents were served. at the small tobies after the games. Hiss -Ford's party was a deiignt- ful one and the younger matrons enjoyed meeting the visitor. Mrs. Olenn Davey was winner of -the pretty prize, Mrs. Mullinlx enter tained for herhouse guest this aft-ernoon. Has Roberts for Miss BeehteL Uiaa Vlrainla Roberts of Daven port, entertained at a young girls' trun oariv vesieraay auiaruuun aa a courtesy for Miss Esther Bech tel, who is to be a bride 01 eatur- m. Kn. lamia . BssMa Cantor et OMoawa. lava. n . PasMas haaaa, TaV-ar neat eli amis with Mi Mis Cbasv V. t. eti BUS, 0, nlartaiaod by Mi. i ii nia atatct. Micas, isei atreti. lev jupe T. Aid la Spenser Coffee. The regular coffee of the ladles' Vy Df tlPLil ZADETH THOMWC ON Dear Mrs. Thompaoa: I have aid society of the First Methodltlrea4 rovr tur frosa Margie,-nd ehnreh will be held Friday after waat Hr that I surely feel sorry Slaarr aaw a( fc Waad r- Padrrif ttfas aiaaupual Club amml )! dab, MfS. J. O. artr fer Miss Stella Beta. Wm florlraos BclssaslaO nwM pnawiial lor ber aiMr. Oca turn. Alert oiKla. Viae's Dawhter with Mlaj Marr Boawawav. ISUS rtdenlh reuAT. , . UadbtaSa-Browa veddlnr. Mr. aa4 Miw. H. K. Bwaiel. Oaenport. fie pranuptial diaaer for Miw Eether aeeblol Md bw Saaet. J. B. Bjtteahouat. f Cbleoto. Woraoe'e Trade Oaiaa laaroe oueU. Barbara rrietcbif laar'carS partr at Bath ball. - Cars aertr aad daaae at WoodaMa kail ar niv4i ui eiuo. WUIard awthen' SATVBPAT. Ritteahauai-Becbtel weddinr. Mr. aod Mn. tieorfe M. Bechtel (ire noon diaaer lor Kitttnhoux BechUI Lndal party. Tri-Citr Paa-Bellnie luacbeon. Wniii'a Trade Union league card party la lnduetrtal home. MONDAY. ' - Buainna and Prolessional Woman's club, aimer at V. W. C. A. Put Noble Grand club, Eudora Be- befcah lodee entertained by Mrs. Maude Stran. 1642 Fourteenth-and-a-half atreet. Marie Studeota meet -with Bra. P. H. Schroader, DaTenport. St. 4oeapb'e alumni neet. Ulrla' rrtendly aocietr aupper meetinf. ' Knitnte Templar drill corpe dance. Uelneta' circle. Kiai'e Vauabtera. meeta with Mn. B. . Cable. TUESDAY. '- Back I aland Muetcal club haa openinc ateeUnr at J. H. Uaubenr home. Trt-Cttr Chapter. Villa Aluaiaaa enter tained br Mlee MaoaU Murphy. 2207 Berenth. areaoe. - Bethaar feoaae aewlnr circle aoeeta. Colonel Bracket! circle. , Beady-te Help circle. Kiuf't Dauihtera. eeu with Mre .Fred Pollard. 1036 Twen ty-urn atreet. noon wltn Mrs. J. n. wupaaan, 1114 Fifth avenue. The oteetint will also provide an opportunity to view the redecorating of the par sonage, done recently - under u auspices of the aid society. A rmav mage sale will be held Oct. U and 1 by the society, the plaee to be announced later. Friends of the society are Invited to the coffee to morrow. HoasewannlBs; at New Hsbk. n 1 11.1- J! tf-imJV ..J some -v tniixy-UTts triciue MCM neighbors gathered last night at! the home of Elmer Miner, jr iso Thirty-fourth street, for a house warming. The saw home has been built for Miss Agnes Anderson of this city, who 1s to. become the bride of Mr. Miller. Oct 1L TbeJ couple will occupy the home alter Oct. 15. i - Last evening the hoars were spent dancing and with general so ciability. Violin selections were given by the host and a feature of the evening was the clog dancing hv M. L. Modde. Several old time saiiara dances were enjoyed, and lunch was served at a late hour, Comes From Germany to rTed. There was a quiet wedding Tues day evening at 5 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tom heres. 1527 West Twelfth street ' Davenport, which 'is of more than !" usual interest as it comes as the culmination of a very happy little romance which began two,, years ago when the bridegroom, Carl Schmidtke of Davenport, went to ! visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidtke at Bensburg, schieswig Holstein, Germany, and there met and renewed acquaintance and fell in love with a playmate of bis early youth. Miss Katie Tarns of the same village. The wedding date was set for this fall, but as the bridegroom could not make the long Journey over again this summer, his bride r1" " Daurttere. meet! f""" " ,' wim jatae Jturtel ABMnereian. 103 Twen-' "c "B" v- tieta stnet. l Rer. Cart Holtermann of Zlon - wkdnbsday ' Lutneran church performed the 'Bei4-Koaibledal ereddinr. ' ' i marriage ceremony in the presence Autuatana Bndowaent Fund society en- of some 20 friends and Mrs. Tom- . and for Mra. Allen Luslt na I VC5T- r - ",Dergs aciea aa orraBeroavroo. for her. for I know what it means to be cross-eyed. I want to say something to her and hope she will batiavo sao: , ' , Wham I was a child I was always bewailing the fact that I was cross eyed, or that someone said some thing to hart my feelings, and then Brother explained to me that It was only a miracle that I was cross eyed Instead of being blind, as 1 had beam for several months, caus ed from pome kind of baby fever. And aha told me I should be tbank fal It was only my eye's and not my brain affected, and that' I should be happy and cheerful and forget all about my eyes as they never pained me or caused me any trou ble. - - I did forget them unless I looked In the looking-glass or someone mentioned the fact to me. Now I am IS rears oia ana. 5 xeei ovi inches tall. I weigh 143 pounds and am as strong as any other man or boy of my build. I am Jolly and when I go anywhere I have such a good time that I never think about being cross-eyed. Of course, some people are Impolite enough to say something in public about my eyes, bat when they do I Just laugh it off and tell them I am so crooked my eyes are crossed but that is a joke, for I am not crooked and I have not the bad habits of smoking, drinking and swearing. Now I thank God and the- good doctors that they saved this little cross eyed boy 19 years ago. - Cheer up, Margie, tor tnis is a good old world, after all! CROSS-EYED XXX. Thank you so much for your let ter. Its good cheer will reach be yond my cross-eyed readers, I am sure. The spirit of thankfulness ought to awaken an echo in the hearts of all of us that the things we have considered troubles could be a lot worse after all. What a wonderful mother you have! iloato. Ucslxton XV cxva i .tu the. mm w wT ' cnioian nunua an uaewii -"" I Tifevy. Jmi lAWVl Iv Today the fashionable location M Wewavrjr- w w mm. Mch an embroidered t; Miss Margaret Bechtel, who was a aide of the summer. There were three taoies sur rounded at games and favors were bestowed at each for hign score, while the bride to be and bride each received a party remem brance. Refreshments were served at the small tables after tne games. Bouquets of summer flow ers from the fall garden were used im decoration of the rooms. Has Roberts left last night for Mew York city where-she will tody at the Art Students' league. Wed In Davenport. .- The marriage of Miss Irene Zim- armsnn of Chicago, and w. n Thorna of Rock Island was a 3 o'clock ceremony of Monday, tak ing place at the .office of justice W. W: Scott, who officiated. Mr. and Mrs. 8. W. Montfort were the attendants. The couple will re- eon this city. o. o. o. . n i , j.i i. . tut. u m wr. aim xvirs. puuiuiuiao uac Gauley. 640 Vonietaatreet. 1 gone to housekeeping at 1222 Wash- Kiiaa OaraeM teat. Mo. 83. Dauchtera ington street, Davenport. wH o7S entertained a, home.' Tb of Mn. c. H. Truedwm. 1615 Twelfth employed with the Walcher bakery. BrtIVtJt. Rammac gale Oct. 19-11. The annual rummage salef the) woman's Alliance of the First Uni Reaav-to-Heln r.ircla Vin.'. , i i. . . v. - a . .i . AUiance With Mrs. Dufra. ' Mrs. Frank Dufva at her home-in Moline entertained members of the Wimun't Alltanrn nf the First ITri- Daughters, will be held Oct 10 andof the jSear yesterday afternoon, o , I' W"JC' ,mnMlum- There were 1 members and two Sales will be made all day. A large Ti8ltors. It was planned to serve w-y ctottofc Jflea ud mU- luncneon at the meeting of the 1111- Wl 7! I et.toJ ntln.?'SL nois aute conference to be held In "I' houseold articles, will t MoHne next month. Tne Iowa m kL". IM trfference 1. to be held in Davenport vt vvtuiuniic iu v,A Bom. vaalr and if ia n onnnH in uwai. it u,ea, aiua aa, yiHUUUU Weber-Heenig. Miss Anna Hoenig, daughter of Mrs. Elisabeth Hoenig, 710 Forty- ejuthth street, became the bride of -George Weber of this city, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Weber, 923 Tenth avenue. Rock Island, last anninr at 7:30 at a ceremony per formed at the parsonage of the Evangelical Church of Peace. Rev. F. J. Rolf officiated. Attending the couple were Mr. aad Mrs. Arno Bute, the latter a later of the bride, who were the . only persons taken into the confi dence of the couple and informed Of the wedding plans. The bride wore a suit of navy blue trlcotine with a dark hat and tan crepe blouse and her flowers were a cor sage of pink and white sweetpeas. Mrs- Bufe wore a dress of blue canton crepe and her flowefli were Braations. Relatives of the couple had learn ed of the wedding and when? the bridal party arrived at the home of the bride a company of 35 friends and relatives gathered and a wedding supper awaited them. Tma honse had been decorated in thai wedding colors, pink and white, garden flowers being used. TJie tr M centerpiece was a large wedding eaka) and a wedding bell suspended from a chandelier had streamers to tha corners of the table in the colors. Mr. and Mra. Weber will reside at the home of the bride. Mr. Weber is a coremaker with the John Deere Plow company. Broftrom-White. Tha marriage of Miss Erma Wllma White of MaquokeU. Iowa, and Louis Elmer Brostrom of this etty waa solemnised yesterday aft ernoon at 3 o'clock in the parson age of the First Presbyterian anarch. Rev. L. M. Coffman offi ciated. The home will be in Rock Xaland. Helpers Circle to Meet Helpers' circle. King's Daughters, will be entertained Monday after moon by Mrs. H. S. Cable at her home, KM Eighteenth avenue. The meeting 1 called for 3 o'clock. Mrs. Crhsmaa MesVss for Visitors. Mra. J. H. Crissman, 2944 Fifth avenue, entertained at an evening party last night, complimenting her later, Mrs. Al Heuer of Washing ton. D. C, and Mrs. C. E. Abbey of Havana, Cuba, who is the house bold guest of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Shney of Rock Island. Mrs. Heuer formerly resided in this city. ' There wore 13 "the evening- with sames of 500 andL later were served a delicious lunch.i . srs. vernon woire received - the prise tor high score. The Criss H home waa decorated with most bssMtlful Bowers, some being sent Washington for the affair. A committee in charge of the affair are Mrs. C. J., Rochow, general chairman; Mrs. D. K. Burgston, Mrs. William Barth, Mrs. Morris Gannon, Mrs. John Volk, Mrs. awrence Brown, Mrs. William Qulnlan, Mrs. C. E. Robb, Mrs. Fred Gogele, Mrs. J. L. Dick man, Mrs. A. F. Sala, Mrs. Charles Cramer, and Mrs, Morris Cook. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Oct. 3, at the home of Mrs. Fred Pollard. She will be as sisted, in entertaining by Mrs. Charles Cramer. Election of offi cers will take place at this meet ing. Mrs. Ban eher Aid Hostess. Mrs. A. v P- Rancher, 1843 Thir teenth street, was hostess to the la dies' aid society of the Cleland Presbyterian church, yesterday aft ernoon. A missionary meeting pro gram was given. Thirty matrons were present The next meeting will be Oct 11 at the home of Mrs. Merril Curtis, 2413 Twelfth street Center Adopts Hew Plan. At a called general meeting of Emanuel center of Temple Eman uel at- the Times auditorium mst night it was decided to discontinue the center as originally organized, in order to do more intensive work in smaller groups. There were 18 members present, and after the new intensive program was mapped out by Rabbi J. L. Barom, a lengthy discussion followed. The new plan was adopted and David Morris,- president of the center, was named temporary chairman of thenew organisation. Formation of the small groups will take place at a called meeting. Tent to Spenser Card Party. Barbara Frietchle tent No. 31, Daughters of Veterans, will spon sor a card party tomorrow after noon at Math's hall for its members and friends. Refreshments will be served and prises awarded in the games. Five hundred is to be play ed, games to start at 2:30. Trinity Galld With Mrs. Wenger. Members of Trinity Guild of the Trinity Episcopal church met yes terday with Mrs. G. O. Winger, 1206 Twenty-ninth street Mrs. Will Ar nold assisted in entertaining. Aft er the regular business session, re freshments were served. The next meeting, Oct 4, will be held with Mrs. T. J. Donahue, 2503 Eighth avenue. ' Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl of 16 and go to school. I really don't go with anybody, for I think I am too young. Mother is suspi cious of me and she doesn't allow me to go anywhere. Even if I go on the porch she comes after me. If I happen to slip away she sends after me or she comes herself and scolds me and says I must stay home. On Sunday she asks where I am going if my sisters and I go walk ing or visiting. There is a fellow who is a dream. His age Is 27 years. When I first got acquaint ed with him he told me he liked me and that I had pretty eyes and a beautiful complexion. He nearly breaks my heart because I have not seen hlm-slnce that time to be with him. A married man wanted to drive me home one time. He v took me further and wanted to kiss me and I wouldn't let him. When he was driving me home he saw his wife pnminr and he let me out a block from Home. She found out and aoj did the man I like somucn. 1 now because I have been told. My girl friend has a ptctnreoi the Tonne man and I said I waa aoinc to take ir sne saia i coumn because there were two others in it Do vou think it would be ngm tnr mo tn take the nicture? Who should sneak nrst, me young.an or I? Tt would not be right to take the picture because it belongs to tne nth or Ctrl. x It ia vour niace to -SPea nrsu Prnhaf !v vour eoisode with the married man has made your moth er feel you need to ne watcneu. You must learn to use discretion In the things you do. Do .not per mit familiarities from men and un less you are sure you can trust a man, whether he is married or not do not let him drive you home. The compliments the young man gave yon are nothing to be proud of. It would have been better taste on nis Dear Mrs. Thompson: I. am a girl of nineteen and have been eoiner with a boy of twenty-two.M loved this boy and he said he loved me better than any other girl he ljiad ever met. He came to see me ana iook me many piat-cn. i went together for about two years. He wanted to put his arm around me and -said it was all right after We had been going together Jar so long. For some time now this boy has been going with another girl and hasn't been to see me. He still speaks to me andtpjks when he gets a! chance. Do you think he still cares for me? -He seems to get jealous when I go with any oth er boy. If he, asks to come to see me anymore, shall I accept? , ETHEL. The length of time a girl goes with a voting man has nothing to do with the familiarities which she should permit Unless the man cares enough for the girl to marry her, he has no right to her kisses and to make love to her. ' I do not believe your friend still cares for you. It seems quite evi dent-that he cares tor tne otner eirl now, I wonld advise you to go with other boys and to forget ; about him. If he asks to come! back, do what you want to about ) letting him come. If you care a Lgreat aeai ior mm, lei mm come, j Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl of 16 and was going with a boy whom I am dearly in love with, but I bobbed my hair and now he won't have anything to do with me. 1' has nearly broken my heart. What can I do to make him like me again? SLICK Perhaps if you let your hair grow the boy will like you again. Don't take the matter so seriously. It is not the boy's business to dic tate ' how you should dress your hair, any more than It Is yours to tell him how to comb his. Parla Seat 28. The Venetian Tricome bat U beginning to have many variations. One of theae seen today takes almost a mandarin shape because or tns nign onm tnraed an sharply from tne face and flaring Into long points over aa baa beon -aaajartod Bre UUm. iHtt i-Tw ctoarly than 01100. a childish -naiad. Bat; defined vmistUM la appearing with igh ttnUKmer today to Insure its place aa a characteristic of the newest tall Bowm. The street troeks those coot gowaa so popmtar thta season often nave waistlines not more than If Inches from the shoul der sesm. Belts, sashes, girdles, these all have a fitted look, and form, an indentation on the line of the frocks. Sleeves for cool gowns are Invariably long and tight aittal or nttuu rpl, A aeMaiinl'aioiaerim the name '-being no a -few, "f longer tn fasaion-ls not the front nor even tne anoaiaer oi me susua. It is high on the left sleeve. , New York, Sept 18. It ia a tar cry indeed from the corset of a few yeara ago to the one moat re cently placed in the smart shops. The old fashioned corset waa a formidable contraption tnat Do is New York. Sept II. Thrice hap py this autumn ia tha woman with a long and. willowy neck. It is upon her, and not on her less fa- The latest corset is a dainty girdle vored sister that the high and even of elastic and lace, a step in with-1 higher fur collar looks Its best -4out lacings, or indeed, fastenings of ! Some of these "chokers" which top of an ' nT nrt It is intended moreover, tha new coata being worn today embroidered initial or monogram ,hB niumD well as the alen- are so tall that they conceal the or even the wearer's name set on' der .. I end of the nose as well as the ears, the blouse .or sweater may indi- ' -! - each oar. The hat gives the effect !ftre n the nature in a stiff com-. of amallaess, though the outstand-' Wnation ot heavy cloth and steel. lag POlnlS man It in reauiy miiiy large. - -.i . v .-j f.; rana. oei. .-- ' iany See Oar West Window Display . i ' L i v " FIFTH AVENUE. MOLINE "" - Full Special Purchase Size Cotton Down Comforters 10 Dozen on Sale at ooDortunity to buy a full bed size comflrfer of an excell An opportunity to buy a full bed size comflrfer of an excellent grade at savings. Absolutely pure cotton, down filling,, covered with splendid quality silkoline of neat Persian patterns. , Aj stitched comforter, soft and light weight. Patterns come in colors blue, green, lavender, rose and brown. "7-' hold the session Tuesday, Oct. 17, in Moline and the Wednesday ses sion in Davenport, and combine the two conferences. The alliance will serve luncneon to some 150 on Tuesday. The greater part of the afternoon yesterday was spent planning lor the meeting. Trade Union League to Jleet The Woman's Trade Union leapne will meet Friday evening in the Industrial home, the meeting bein called at 7 o'clock. Members will later attend the mass meeting to be addressed by John H. Walker of Springfield. Relief Society Elects." The Ladies' War Relief society held It's regular meeting yesterday at the Hebrew school, wbep con siderable business was transacted. Several new members were taken into the society. At the bu&iness session the following officers were elected : , President Mrs. h. Cohn. Vice president Mrs. H. Viner. faecretary Mrs. A. Raskin. Treasurer Mrs. S. Sirotkln. After ihe meeting refreshment were served by Mrs. I. Finkelburg and Mrs. S. Cooper. The -next mdbting will be held Oct. 18 when the hostesses will be Mrs. B. Brot man and Mrs. B. Baker. Social Announcements. - The ladies' aid society of the Centenary Methodist church will sponsor an old time supper tomor row night at the church. Supper will be served from 5:30 until late in the evening. , miiiiiiiuHmiinmrmmrmmnnnm 1 M QmtHrluilii Suits M iltuuntiiti.iuuuMuiwuuu Team People's Society Elects. The Young People's Missionary society oi tne -ree Methodist church have elected the following officers: President Miss Ida Mae Parry. Vice president Miss Ethel Park. Secretary Miss Alice Taets. Treasurer George Park. ' Teacher tor Mission Study Book J. E. Parry. N Motkn to Meet. A meeting ot the mothers of Prances WUIard school district has been callealjpr toMBttiow aft- wm .start at.S:M aad tt la desired COUNCIL LEARNS RED CROSS WILL PAY MILK BELLS enaBB fBBaW, V It was announced yesterday aft ernoon at the meeting of the Parent-Teacher , association council held In the T. "W. C. A., that the milk and cracker lunches for under-nourished children in the pub lic schools, will be financed by the Red Cross. There had been some doubt whether or not this organ ization would again undertake the work this winter, and the council and association were facing the problem ot financing the lunches. The council members ' yesterday discussed the probability of form ing an organisation of mothers of pre-skool age children. No ac tion was taken. Mrs. J. S. Drake. Moline, a director of the state or ganization, torn oi the board meet ing held last week in Chicago, and Mrs. W. H. McConochle told ot the high school conference and high school problems discussed by the state committee women. , . JfEJiU HINTi- ' Breakfast. ' Cantaloupe. Liver and Bacon Rolls Coffee Luncheon, Pear Salad Rolls Cookies Milk Dinner. Rice Soup Steak Roll with Dressing Mashed. Potatoes Creamed Onions Celery and Apple Salad' Thousand Island Dressing Pumpkin Pie Today's Recipes. Pear Salad Put three halves of cooked pears on lettuce leaves on each salad plate, cover with broken nut meats and a little finely cut celery, if desired, or little balls ot cream cheese. Cover with mayon naise or cream dressing. Fruit Cookies Three cups brown sugar, one cup -butter, or one-half cup drippings and one-half of but ter, beat well together. One cup sour milk with one teaspoon soda, four eggs well beaten, one teaspoon cloves, two teaspoons cinnamon, one teaspoon nutmeg, two cups raisins seeded and chopped a little, flour enough to make' a stiff batter mat win drop off a spoon, in a quick'oven. Pumpkin Pie One and one-half cups strained pumpkin or squash, one-half cup sugar, one cup ot boil ing milk poured over the pumpkin before the sugar is added, one tea spoon salt, one teaspoon cinnamon, one eggVilightly beaten. Put into uncooked crust and bake. All pies should be started in a hot oven and the heat lowered after the first 10 or 15 minutes. Common Sense versus "Old Saw," The young mother is more often hindered than helped by the say ings that are sometimes quoted to her by well wishing older women. It would be Interesting to make a collection of all the sayings that have to do with the care and feed ing of children and see what a very small amount is based on sound good sense or honest reasoning. When baby falls and bumps his head one is pretty sure to tell the young mother that she must not Standard Size Grey " Cotton Blankets, Excel lent Values at. Pair let baby go to sleep at once although an intense drowsiness may follow immediately baby has finished his protest of wails. A doctor of the first rank says, to quote exactly, that this is all poppycock and non sense. It is even cruel-to the child. who is exhausted after the fall. If the child has actually been harmed at all by the fall, the best remedy is sleep. The effects of the severe shock cannot be better remedied than by sleep. If you think there is a chance of Injury, send for the doctor or take the baby to him but if he shows any desire to sleep, by all means let him do so, even though it may not be near to nap time. Feed a cold and starve a fever is another wise saw that doctors wish had never been quoted by women 4n discussing the bringing up of children. In fact, there are some doctors who usually Begin treat ment for a severe cold by checking up on the diet. A diet that is un usually rich or heavy is often found to be at least a contributory factor of a cold, and very often nothing but milk diet and rest in bed will bring a severe cold under control in a day or so. $2 - Standard Size Wool Nap Blankets, Washa ble and Moth Proof, Wonderful Value, Pair An extra heavy gray blanket warm arid durable, made from the finest cotton obtain able. Size 72x80 inch. Pink ' and blue border. $498 Splendid weight gray cotton blankets, heavy fleece, come with light colored border of. pink, tan and blue. Licensed to Wed George weber . Anna M. Roenig -. WealeyBeyaailda Bock Island ...... Moline Molina SNYDER'S CA8H A5D CARRY 1521 SECOND AVE. Special for Friday and Saturday Peaches, fancy Elberta," large, while they (g-l QQ last 0laa7a7 Potatoes, extra large, late, winter, bushel, 89C CajjnpbeU's Pork and Beans jmiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimmmmniiElllllll Chas. Glair "GROCERY 1316 Thirtieth Street Dork Island Shop in Thrify Lane aiid economize ( Thrift Lane H Offerings for , Friday V CI! s Thrift Table No. 1 (b Six new items offered each day SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Pillsbury's Flour, 49-lb. sack, $3 10 Lilac Flour. 49-lb. sack $L7 Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour. 4-lb. sack 33c Cane Granulated Sugar, 10-lbs. 75c Red River Ohio Potatoes, pk., 80c uaiumet Baking Powder, 1-lb. can 25e Corn, can I0c Challenge Sifted Peas, can 15c Peerless Sifted Peas, can 20c Cocoa, Hershey's, -lb. can .2c Jello, pkg He Morton Free Running Salt, pkg. 12e Honey, comb .- 2e Olives, full quart Jars 45e Jelly, 6-lb. stone Jar ....... $1.00 Beechnut Macaroni, 2 pkgs.,.. 25c Kellogg's Corn Flakes, largo Pkg 15c Vanilla Flavor, 15c bottle 10c Rye Meal. 10-lb. sack 45e Rye Flour, 10-lb. sack ,..45c Graham Flour, 10-lb. sack': . 50c Corn Meal, 10-lb. sack ... ...SOe R- N. M. Naptha Soap, 5 bars 25c Flake White or P. & q. White. , Naptha Soap, 5 bars 25c PH03E B. t SttV We do net deliver less than a $SM order. i4ama.aa.aa . , . It means economy to buy in Thrift Lane 15c lou can save astonii sums in - -Thrift Lane Women's fine cotton hose, brown and black only, not over o pairs to a customer, Friday, a pair Thrift Table No. 2 2000 Carmen genuine sterilised hair net?, colors dark, medium and light 70 brown, Friday, 3 for Sjc.ar 12 for.. "C ' Thrift Table No. 3 : Men's Balbriggan and mesh shirts . . and drawers, nearly all sizes, Friday lyC Thrift Tabie No: 4 v . Comforter challie, splendid assortment to choose from, 36 inches wide, full JJ pieces, Friday, yard IdC Thrift Table No. 5 17-inch red border bleached cotton A crash toweling, excellent quality, yard VC Thrift Table No. $ 700 yard!) Brainard and Armstrong's silk and wool poplin, 40 inches wide, colors re seda, olive, brown, Terrs Cottn, Uteris, sand, coral, apricot maize etc, $2.50 regu lar 10 yards to a customer, 9t fm Friday, yard $laa) y Watch tomorrow's paper for Thrift Lane offerings A items offered-are for the one day only vawtety of garden flowers waa alsoOaUll mothers ot tho district atj - x 1 ' a. y iaaaBaf "' v : . l . - lr -innnnui wmmtmmml t'