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- ' ' V :" , - -. - - . ......... . .... - . . . . - . . .. I . J . - UeV tZsie Cbb Heads -. First Meeting at J.H.Huberg Home Mr. J..RV Haabtrg opened Iter iiume yesterday afternoon to mam- ban of too , Rock - bland Mask: club, (or th opening recital pro gram, which : was enjoyed by ac ute and associate members. Each year the (lnt meeting Is held at the Hauberg home, and yesterday' af t9r which opened the 14th year of (be organisation, proved moat de Hghtfil. Receiving with the hos tess were Mra. P. D. Soper, presl dent of the club and past presi dents. Mra. F. W. Relmers of Ham mond, La., Miss Katherine Gest, Srs. J. R. Tnckis and Mrs. A. E, illlums. Mrs." " Relmers, whor fas a founder of the ciub, gave a short talk. j 1 it was announced that tbe No-, vembcr meeting would be the an nual artists' recital, when Arvid fcamuelson, bead of Augustana Conservatory of Music and Rollo , L. Killing of the conservatory fac Ulty will present a program. In former years this artist's recital las been open to friends of tbe members and has been an evening affair. This year tbe program will , fcke the place of tbe usual club meeting at the Rook Lsland club, a Nov. 7, and will be for active nd associate members, only. Year, looks will be ready at tbe next' fleeting and membership tickets dan still be secured for the year. J Mrs. Joseph Goldsmith has charge of tbe student department . this year, and announced the first meeting of the department for Sat-1 Wday afternoon, Oct 7, at Trinity) parish house. The meeting will Start at 2:30, and a social hour will ! follow the program. Members of mo CIUO are invuea 10 aneuu ie meeting. 3 Yesterday's program was given 1 by Miss Elir Zahn, Mrs. Soper, j Miss Notovena Steck. Miss Bessie Xoftsker, Mrs. J. E. Clarkson, Miss Katherine Gest. Mrs. Murrel Lin dorff, Mrs. H. B. Fryxell, and Mrs. A. R. Wallin. h Reception for Pastor. 'Members of the congregation of flie Centenary 1 Methodist church CDUrCu ; Ignored the new pastor, Rev Jtenze and Mrs. Menze at a recep- QUll l&ai uiBut- at iuc vuuiu. - oral addresses were given by local pastors and there was an informal program given by Miss Ruth Dod-i Bon, Miss Lucile Rowe, Miss Leota Edwards, Miss Margaret Lucas and Mrs. A. H. Connelly of Moiine. Re freshments were served at the con clusion of the program. Rev. Mr. Menze, who came from Hillsdale, preached his first sermon at his new charge last Sunday. : Horace Mann P.-T. A. The first regular meeting of the Horace Mann Parent-Teacher asso ciation was held at 3 o'clock yester day afternoon. After the short i business session Miss Gladys Alli- son gave a fine talk on "Music Ap - preciation." A piano solo was given by Miss Ethel Ecklund and a vocal solo , by Miss Mable Brooks. Re freshments were served. ! University Women to Meet. ; Members of the American Asso ciation of University Women will bold the first meeting of the year Saturday, when they gather at a Ichthrenrt!Jh a box of futing club. Mrs. Cora Wilson tewart, founder of the Moonlight irhool for Alult Illiterates, will speak. ' Hives UoldTnstallatlon. ' A joint installation of officers of Prospect hive No. 993 and the Is land City hive, Ladies of Macca bees, was held last night at Swed- 1 isa Olive hall in Moiine. Mrs. ' Anna K. Kirby of Decatur acted as installing officer, assisted by Great Mistress of Arms Elizabeth Beck with and Chaplain Mary A. Penny. Mra. Emma E. Bauer, head record keeper of Port Huron, Mich., gave 1 short talk. Refreshments were served following installation. ' f New officers installed for the Rock Island hive were: Past commander Jane Gulden icpf. j iHmimander Lillian Kearns. ; Lieutenant Commander Kather ine Furlong. j Finance recorder Mamie Smith. t Record keeper Ida Smith. I Chaplain Orjha van Blair. t Mistress at Arms Elizabeth Beckwith. f Sergeant Cora Greferi. I Sentinel Emma Robb. Picket Mary Darling. - jsso i-arry invitations. and Mo- Mrs. P. H. Lorenz of ; line have issued invitations for a ' luncheon Abridge on Wednesday, October ' 11, at the home of the latter, 815 Twenty v seventh street.. TOn Thursday, October -12, Mrs. Lorent entertains at a second luncheon bridge at her home. guild Mwt"att. W. C. A. J Westminster guild . of Central Presbyterian church met last eve ning at the Y. W. C. A, when Miss Ada Hemenway entertained. The new officers took charge of - the meeting, and different committees were announced. Plans, were mads for the year's Study and a social Tiour followed the business session. Refreshments were served. The - next meeting will be held in two .weeks, the place to be announced later. Steadfast Cirri Meets. (Miss Muriel Ammerman at her home, 1043 Twentieth street, en- , tertained members of Steadfast 'circle,. King's Daughters. Mrs. ' Harold Heimbeck was named a delegate to the state convention" to be held in Galena next week, and It-was voted to send a ton of coal t a needy family in the city. Re freshments were served at the con clusion of tha cosiness session, lite next meeting will be held Nor. ' 3nnBaB n . . . , . . 1 " ' , ! . .' . ... .. , - , t -. . i. ' - JI. Tin TVrr flmnl tiand will rrh rmt, 1 TODAY. aorustano BndMrmnl H4 ! UrUined by In. H. L. Bicsw. , EKhik tni. . ' . a. 0. sssstt wttk In. Mil BlUa QsraK Urn. ,' Jolly II SOO dob at f Mr, c. H. ISIS TwcUtt Mmrwmm fiUn rfrcte. Ktafm DusMer smm wtlk Jin. O. .O. Bctaaa.' 1M Twelfth street. Eembie acknel P.-T. A. Mra. B. M. Ballbaek of MoUM a- tertaia at Mdfc at Bockilalaad Ananal Golf Olih. - Cbaaiaad dub with MaanWmaa JP. f. Bnrri4 and H. E. Vedder. Mrt B. H. Hall and In. W. H. lint- ball boo teem at Outinc dun brtdSe- Mid-weekly informal at Online dub. ' Pythian Sletm meet. ' Ladiea of St. Mary paftib fire earl party at Columbia hail. ' THCBWAT. In Hia-Nitw circle. Kina'a Daughters. meet with In. E. E. Swanaun. ,180V Sixth avenue. - . - Tn-City Embroidery clnb meets with Mrs. Elsie KiUlaf. 2U02 Sixteenth street, Moiine. Mias Helen Hanson. 8.15 Twenty fifth street, fires pre-nuptial party for Mias Oiira Jane Uetpenstell. Washington school P.- T. A. Helen toiuld auxiliary meets. C. W. club sponsors suppsr-profram at Mi'an lYrshytenan church. Busy Bees meet with Mrs. J. A. Held, 52(1 Sixteenth street. Girl Scout council meets at library. . Court No. 31 and No. 523. Court of Honor, has joint installation at Moose hall. FRIDAY. Grant school P.- T. A. meets. Mrs. E. V. Coulaton, 1043 Twenty-sec- and street, sires pre-nuptial party for Francis WiUard P.-T. A. sponsors penny sale. 1 Elk.' daadnc party. sTi nnw I Priester-Herbst wedding in Moiine. I Ssmben-Walters weddinsr in Davenport. student department Hock Island Must- cal club meets at Trinity Parish house. 1 Miss Fae Hanna entertains at pre-nup- tUi party lor Nik Maiwet Dibbern. American AaoociatioD . of University Wo"eu h ituicheon meetinc at Outins . MONDAY. Jane Delano circle. Kin: with Miss Sylvia Bennett. teenth-and-a-haU street. 1 Daughters. 1503 Four- Study department of Bock Island Wom an's club holds first meeting. St. Elisabeth's guild wiener roast. F. Li. O. club entertained by Mrs. George Martin. 932 Fourtrenlh and a half tiksday. I O. E. S. social circle has all-day meet- BusineM lnd j-roteggioa women's dub' outing at uicsmsn camp on Hock, river. B. K. chapter. P. E. O. Glen T. Bradford. 1818 street. TwentV-vrnrh' I King's Daughters, Beady-to-Help circle, rummage sa'e. Court of Honor, No. 855, Mrs. Henry Barnes. 831 street. meets with . Twenty-first i Will Sponsor Card Party. A card party will be sponsored by St. Joseph's Alumni on Wednes day evening, Oct. 24 at the school auditorium. It is planned to award favors and serve refresh ments at the conclusion of the games. Some fifty tables are be ing planned for the affair. Mission Society Meets at Church. Mrs. L. D. Marshall was hostess to members of the home missionary society of the First Methodist church yesterday the meeting be ing held at tbe church. There were 31 members present. An appeal for a box of clothing and ' household furnishings was received for a minister's family in the south, and the needed supplies, For the next six months the so ciety will study two books: "The Trend of the Races" and "In the Vanguard of the Races." Mrs. G. W. Buckner gave a review of the firs( chapter of the first book and Mrs. Van Heck the opening chap ter of the second book. Mrs. H. P. Brown and Mrs. E. L. Foote gave a vocal duet. Circle Elects Officers. Mrs. George Schneider, Jr., was elected leader . of Service circle, King's Daughters, at the annual election meeting held at the home of the Misses Marguerite and Doro thy McCabe, 2920 Fifth avenue. Other officers named are: First vice leader Miss Dorothy McCabe. Second vice leader Mrs. Frank Hun toon. . - , Secretary Mrs. Thor Norberg. ' : Treasurer Miss Dorothy Schoes sel. '.,. The circle decided to change the day and the time of meetings. In stead of 'evening sessions, it was decided to hold them in the after noon, and the first Monday in each month was chosen as tbe day. Miss Miriam Walker, Miss Grace Mur phy an,d Miss Dorothy McCabe were named delegates to the state meeting at Galena next week. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses.' The next meet ing will be held Nov 6. , . , ' . - , Girls' Friendly Society Banquet. Thirty-eight members of the Girls' Friendly society of Trinity Episcopal church enjoyed a snp per meeting at the parish house Monday evening, and a most inter esting travel talk by Rev. W. L. Essex. . Rev. Mr. Essex told of in teresting points in cities visited on his recent trip to Portland, Ore., where be attended the general con vention of the Episcopal church. Some of the girls played bridge and others SOO durinr the eveninsr I and dancinr was also 'a diversion 1 The next meetinc will be held Nov! 6 at the parish hoase, when Miss Sarah Munn, Mias lone Zeis and Miss Dorothy Johnson will furnish games.: Judge Wade to Speak. There is much interest in the tri cities over the lecture to be deliv ered tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at St Ambrose college. Davenport by Judge Martin J. Wade of the federal court He will speak un der the auspices ' of the Catholic Woman's league, taking as bis sub ject the theme, "Organizing in De fense of American Institutions". There will be no admission charge and the general public is invited to Cla KeeU lUkv. Member, of the Chsmfaade club are being entertained this afternoon at tbe home of Mrs. 8. t. Bnrlca and Mra. H. EL Tedder, Z010 Arling ton avenue, Davenport. The pro gram will be Indian - maslc and given as follows: . Piano te By the Waters of MlBaatamka TJewuce (b) Indian Dance . . RablnovtU Miss Btu Kmse . From the Land of the Sky Blue Waters Cadman (b) The Moon Drops Low.. Cadman Mrs. Charles Kramer Reading ' The Famine (Hiawatha) Longfellow . Mrs. Raymond Bond. Voice The Doe'skin Blanket Cadman Mrs. Ceno Petersen Piano Hiawatha (Indian Legend ).Kunkel Miss Etta Kruse (a The Great Wind Shakes the Breadfruit Leaf (Ghost Song) Cadman (b) The Rainbow Waters Whisper (Canoe song) .... Cadman Miss Minnie Lueschen Indian Rhapsody (On themes recorded and suggested by Lieurance) ' Preston Orem Ware Miss Irene Kier ' Accompanists. Mrs. S. J. Burich, Miss Irene Kier. ' Chapter With HISS MttTphj. Miss Naomi Murphy at her home. 2207 Seventh avenue, entertained mgnjbers of tri-city. chapter. Villa alumnae, last evening. Only a short business session was held, and the rafA. nart of the evening snent , ,, w . . A socially. Five hundred was play- ed. prizes going to mrs. Jue xeil and Mrs. Wilifred Cooney of Mo line. Dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. J. F. Murphy will en tertain the chapter at the next meeting, Nov. 7. Shower for JUss lne. The Misses Edna and Norma Lan tau entertained at a pre-nuptial shower last evening honoring Miss Frances Lane of 1220 Third avenue. who is to become the bride of their hrnthor Horhert I Jinean of Davpn- who' enjoyed various games and i music. Favors were awarded the dinners in the games, and a two course luncu servea. miss inline received many pretty gifts for her 1 new borne. The marriage of Miss Lane and Mr. Lanteau will be solemnised in Davenport The home will be in that city. Mr. Lantau is an elec trical worker at the Bettendorf shops. Plan Christmas Box for Mission. Members of the Kate Hill mis sionary society of the First United Presbyterian church met last eve- t nlng at the home of Miss Elizabeth Bryan, 1525 Tenth avenue. . Plans were, made to send a Christmas box to a mission school in the south, and some of the members worked on articles to send in the box. An impromptu program was given and refreshments served. The society will meet again in two weeks. Girl Scout Council to Meet Mrs. W. H. Marshall, chairman or the Girl Scout council, has called a meeting to be held tomorrow aft- ernoon at 2 o'clock at the public vwuiiuit meuiDers are an asked to be present. Tear's Program Announced. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, the chairman of the illiteracy commit tee of G. F. W. C, will speak at the first meeting of the fall Saturday of the American Association of University Women, the Illinois Iowa branch, at'the Outing club. Mrs. Stewart will be the guest of Mrs. E. N. Coleman of Davenport during her stay, and arrives Satur day morning. Mrs. Stewart will talk on illiteracy. The list of officers and meetings for the coming year is announced as the following: Councilor, Mrs. T. B. Davis, Rock Island ; president, Mrs. A. W. James, Rock Island; first vice pres ident, Mrs. E. McGarvey, Daven port; second vice president. Miss Margaret uimsted. Rock third vice-president. Miss Alphyld .itTJ Axelson, Moiine: Secretarv. Minn 1 Genevieve Isherwood, Davennort: treasurer. Miss Esther Lind, Mo line. ims.. October 7, 1:00 o'clock Lunch eon at Outing clnb, Davenport; ad dress, "Illiteracy", Mrs. Cora Wil son Stewart, former president Ken tucky Illiteracy commission. November 4, at 2:30 Home of Miss Dorothy McCabe. Rock Island. I College songs; musical program In I charge Of Mrs. Arvid Samuelson. I December 2 at j siuh t I Mrs. T. B. Davis. Rnr inland Ad- dress by national officer. January 6 at . 2:30 Federation of Girls's clubs rooms, Moiine. Dis cussion. The Appeal of College to High School Girls. Leader, Miss Fannie Entrikin. February 3, at 2:30 Trinity parish house, Davenport Address. "The Immigrant," Rabbi J. L. Bar on. March 2, at 2:30 First Congre gational church parlors, Moiine Discussion, College Plays. Leader Miss Grace Wead. April 7. at 2:30 Home of Miss Harriet Johnson, Rock Island. Dis- cussion. The Biggest Gift I Re-' ceived From College. Leader, Miss ' Eleanor Pruen. j May 6. it 2:30 Annual meeting' Lend-a-Hand' , building, Daven-; port. One-mir.ute sketrhM- ri lege Presidents I Have Known Leader, Mrs. A. H. Gilbert 'June 2 Luncheon at home of Miss Emma Melin. Molina, Special program. Oatine- Clnb Party 0C 2a. The Outing clnb social mmmit. tee announces a Hallow.' n.M. ('wiU be the special holiday faatare' of the month, for the mtd-waekly UtoraMtl f Weflaeiadaa-r 0. 25. , The attractive featwe of tha eve ning ra which tteecial interest cen- tera Is to be tbe little Hallowe'en 1 10 M Nt m tnvetgnt utue folks, the children of members of the dub, who, under Mies' Val Mc Laughlin's direction, are preparing a Terr pretty penormaacev muss McLaughlin represents sere ue Book Howne for Children and has had considerable experience in get ting ap plays, giving reading, and entertainments of different kinds. There will be the regular dinner of tha evening and dancing will follow the program. . Circle Hears Reports. The Ready to Help circle. King's Daughters, ended a very success ful year yesterday at the meeting held at the home of Mrs. Fred Pol lard, 1036 Twenty-first street Mrs. Pollard was assisted in entertain ing by Mrs. Charles Cramer. There were 22 members present The secretary reported 10 meetings last year, four of which were all-day sewings. At these sessions 24 chil dren's blouses were made for tbe local Red Cross and; 12 children's night dresses for the Visiting Nurse association. The treasurer report ed generous donations to various charitable organizations and per sonal help to needy families. Mrs. F. 9. Parker was elected leader of the circle and Mrs. J. L. Dickman vice leader. -Mrs. Fred Gogele was named secretary and Mrs. Glen Bergston treasurer. The sum of $10 was voted to be given to Union Christian colleges in the orient. It was decided that the circle furnish cooked food for the Union Gift shop sale. Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Gogele were named delegates to the state convention to be held at Galena, 111., Oct 11 to 13. A gift was presented to Mrs. 'L. L. Harris, former leader of tbe circle. Courts to Install. A Joint installation of the Court of Honor, No. 31, and Black Hawk Court, No. 623, will be held Thurs day evening at Moose hall. Friends are invited as the session will be vwav rt vnA mihht Uiioia vulll na open to tbe public. Music will be furnished by the Davenport court. Frank . Bailey, chancellor of the Davenport court will act as install ing officer and will be assisted by the drill team of court No. 31. Party on Birthday. Miss Myrtle Erickson, 3430 Sixta avenue, entertained 30 friends last evening at her home in celebration of her birthday anniversary. Some nf the euestR nlaverl EDO. others en joyed record music and dancing. the evening. The hostess was pre sented with many pretty presents. Social Announcements. An all-day meeting of the 0. E. S. social circle will be held Tues day, Oct 10 at the home of Mrs. J. W. Forbes, 2411 Eighth avenue. The Mary Maid class of South Park Presbyterian church, will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Miss Mae Fassnacht, 1429 Thirty-fifth street. The Woman's Foreign Mission ary society of the First Methodist church will meet tomorrow after noo nat 2:30 at the home of Mrs. J. A. Chapman, 1814 Fifth avenue. Party for Miss TruxelL Miss Maude Truxell of Moiine, whose engagement to James Gal loway of that city, was announced at a party of last week, was guest of honor last night when -Mrs. Ed Stewart entertained in her home, 721 Seventeenth avenue. East Mo iine. Nineteen girls were in the party and spent the evening infor mally with games of hearts, fancy work and chatting. The house was decorated throughout with jade green, flesh j pinlc and orchid, the chosen colors of the bride-elect,' and the flowers which the hostess had placed at at tractive intervals about the rocni3 all featured the three shades. At 10 o'clock the girls were invited to the dining room where luncheon was served, confections being tint ed in the three colors. Miss Trux ell was presented with. a linen ta blecloth and a set of napkins, and the hostess gave her a heavy blank et The bride-to-be will be honored guest again next Tuesday evening, when Mrs. H. L. McNally, Miss Clara Duffy and Mrs. Lawrence Doyle will entertain at the McNally residence, 716 Twenty-second street A. Moiine. Licensed to Wed John F. Weatherhead... Moiine UiMmJ A niaiia, T3 1 - 1,-1.. .. .1 , Boris Sasan.;... Rock Island! Mrs. Rose Crystal Davenport; Tbe Original Food-Drink fee An Ages- QuickLunhHafrx,Omce&rountams. RichMilk, Malted Grain Extract in Pow der&Tablet forms. Nuuiiablm -NoeooMaa. WAtcM IantatiaMaBd Sabstitntes R. J. Zimmer - Custom Tailoring Exclusive Importations Rock Island, 111. 1 61 7 Third Avenue. Phone R. I. 983 UACBTiLtEAT 810TT0 EVENT Pin BigsTtMM at IHJnUe ef M Candidates; Agra CretU f La- Mia,, to Atteai. A nWact vaadevllle.bUl Will be one of the feature of the fall cere monial of the Amoo grotto initia tion tomorrow night in the Illinois theatre. The acts which were se cured from Chicago for the occa sion are: Lini Lini Hawaiian act Twnthw Haves Soprano selec tions. ' ,! Harris & Randall Sketch. "Fifty Miles from Nowhere." Briscoe & Earl Comedy slngins and dancing. Armento & Ophelia Acrobatic novelty. , ' Plans are being made to init-ate a class of 50 candidates. The eva- t.inwv fMtivities will begin with ziir.no,. oorvpfl at the Masonic tem ple between the hours of 5 and 7 o'clock. A large parade will form 711. o'clock ana at i.-'' , march to the Illinois theatre. Fr.iir.winf the initiatory worh. will be the entertainment, of which one of the features will be the op ening of the campaign 01 Anorew Gump, who has signified his inten tion to be present iri person to make a platform talk. A large number of representa tives of Agra grotto from LaSalle will witness the ceremonial.' I Boy Scout News I o o Troop No. 27 under the leader ship of the scoutmaster. Henry C. j Evange'Iicai' church of Peace. All t members, members of . - Ebmke, Jr., meets tonigni in me the trooD committee and prospec tive scouts are asked to be present at 7:30 o'clock. Refreshments were served following the business session. ' Scouts and their friends who at tend the big scout "pow-wow" in the Legion hall next Tuesday even ing, will have the opportunity of seeing a real scout picture, "The Littlest Scouts." Other interest- 'ns features of the program will 1.- .1.. : kn .tir," ovant in rv Mettler. Jr., Frank Gadient, Jr., and Clarence Stegeman will seek to establish a new record. A spe cial bulletin containing full infor mation regarding the "pow-wow" and various phases of scouting is being mailed this week. Troop No. 11 will hold its first meeting tomorrow evening in Cen tenary Methodist, church, under the leadership of the scoutmaster, E. L. Bullard. This troop will reor ganize and discuss plans for this fall season. . ; Group C of troop No. 2 will meet tomorrow evening in Oak Grove chapel under the leadership of the assistant scoutmaster, Al Jorgen son. . Scoutmaster of the city will be invited to attend the installation of Wednesday Night and Thursday Sale FLOUR Big 49-lb. sack $1.69 De-Pend-On guaranteed or money back. Not a new brand, but one flour I have sold for years. Come down and get a sack. APPLES Big bushel basket $1.75 Finest delicious Jonathans, best eating apples on the market . Will . keep for weeks. MILK Pasteurized, quart 9c FOB PICKLIXO Quince, Pickling Onions, Dill, Vinegar, Gal. 29c, Sweet Apples, Green To matoes. 'I BUTTER Pound 37c Nice fresh country butter. A delightful spread for your daily bread. . COFFEE- QQ 4 pounds 77v A special lot of 300 lbs. fancy Feaberrjr, which will be sold out this week. Worth much more money but is not part of regular stock, so out It goes. Load up. "LOUIE" Erbstein's Profit Sharing Grocery 2J SreTH STREET t ail R.L 3422 E. P. Stork eotnaUtta aMmbera and t tbe WajminnAM- eeaool. October M, which betas planned by troop No. I. By nwani of tats ooutmasters will be able to see bow work la other troops la con ducted. THE M HI A Most Unusual Occasion to Obtain High Grade Dresses Below Regular Canton Crepe, Roshanara Crepe Satin Finish Crepe, In Sizes up to 48 A wide and varied choice of new fall styles. Elaborately adorned and fashioned of rich silken fabrics of the better grades. The popular price on such fine garment warrants an early selection. Two Groups of Children's Gingham Dresses, Extra Special at 79c and $1.95 In either group one will find values offering exceptional savings. They contain checked, plaided and solid color fabrics, all fash ioned in attractive styles. Sizes from 2 to 6 and 6 to 14 years. Extra Special Women's Wool Scarfs Priced Extraordinary Low at $4.95 All new and in the wanted colors. They are fine brushed wool scarfs, all having col ored border. Choice of white, brown, tan, grey and blue. 24 inches wide anil 84 inches long, with deep fringed ends. Close-out of a Group of 35 Women's Silk Dresses at $6.95 Choice of tricolette, knit satin and taffeta, nary, rose, copen and Table of 35 Women's Sweaters, Fiber Silk and AH Wool at a Price That Will Mean Early Disposal of Them. Tomorrow Choice at SL95 i The Boy 8cout band will rehearse this evening la scoot aeadqaar ters at 7 o'clock under the leader ship of the director. Albert N. Hoelscher. Work will be done on tbe concert numbers. " All aec- A. B, and C. of: troop No. BIGGEST STORE ON PIFTH AVE, Aiinounciii for Thursday; Friday and Saturday II V f f Colors: Thrift Lane Offerings for Thursday Thrift Table No. 1 22x45 inrh bath towels; they are the extra heavy double thread navy towels J(r,' an extraordinary value, Thursday sjVv cnly, each Thrift Table 500 yards 42 to serge, all wool fabrics, colors navy. copen, taupe, gray, Thursday only yard Thrift Table No. 3 2000 yards of outing flannel, light colors, standard brand, full pieces, f 1 no remnants, Thursday only, ITC yard Thrift Table No. 4 1000 yards of Sterling t-4 bleached sheet krepe colors, black. ' ing, strong firmly woven fabric, limit 10 yards te a customer, Thursday only, yard Thrift Table No. 5 - . 1200 yards of Pcpperell 40-inch bleached pillow tnbifig, a well known brand for quality, limit of 10 yards to a g (y customer, Thursday only, yard.... Ll , Thrift Table No: 6 LJ j Children's One gingham drones, checks and I r J . plain colors, sizes 2 U and to FJt If 14 years, value to 2..M each, V (, t 1 1 -Thursday a!y, each t will ghre a chicken duuet 'i imav urvwn cnapei. Thuret en lag, October IS. The baa from 4:46 o'clock until tjaf; coeds will go for their scout -k meat - An orchestra will t. musical program. HO LINK Nary, Brown, Black, Beaded, Embroidered and Other New Effecti No. 2 45 - inrh Storm and French 98c brown, blark, 39c ' varaFvu ' J a ?