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KOHDAYTiGS EOCK ISLAND ARGU3r-OCTQD3R 23, 1S22. V . . .1.. , , - and castes, with tbe hot mat - par frit before going home tine Lecturer Reviews i ' Life of Successful ' Failure for Club Earl Barnes, lecturer, author, traveler, gave an entirely different lecture Saturday afternoon before members of the Rock Island Wom 'an's club on "A Successful Fail ure. In his straightforward man ner he told simply the story of tne late Robert Owen, who is now cred ited with the founding of the science of sociology. The speaker left a lasting impression on bis audience, who were greatly interested in tbe statistics brought out in tile story of the man who had too big a vision to be worked out in one life time, and as tbe sneaker wished drew their own conclusion of tbe great . nen of Owen's success. The lecture was the story of the man who was born poor, left his home In Wales at the age of 9, amassed several million dollars In London and Scotland manufactur ing cloth, dreamed a dream of bet ter days, of helping each other in stead of crushing, education for the masses, the importance of women and their eauallty with men ana Stadr drpartaent at Wo Brilliant Pianist . io Give Concert in College Chapel at Mnhiri aniM Haiuaan'aa aaftr. SI. iilkw'f baavatal soUd all-das- win mX liiilit an. Aathoar Freaek-lletHll teetam a uuuaf dab an "Ua 01 ue innsinww. Made ihnrliwn mt IkH Maod Wm mmm dab Iw Siat aaaaUa. Stradtaat rlrrte. Kior'a Daafhttta. SHets with Mra. !elaon Goalia. St. Joarph Alaamt card aartv. Fortairhtlr nradioc Orets anats wtlb Mr. John EKMlav sis Fony-""" B m. rbaptor. P. B. 0 inaaai il Want r.md Settfcaaant Aaarc Mia. WUUaai BfcMcr. Caaap VdaaBaa. 'AT. bo-pi Ul Braamiller. Luliieran Mn. Sari 4317 Twia-Citr wtta Eighth arcana. Hilbmi'M mmwtw At Outtn dub. Vaahli Shrine. Wo. 23. White shrine of Jmulen. ha ballowe'aa party. Mil Delta I'M entertained by Mra. Bobert Hymn. Hcatberbell club meeta 'with Mn. Ill Anlhonr. W. R. C. Kwinf nettinc at T. W. C. A. TUTESDAT. . ' Knichla of Columbua danea. Nimt hnrrin meeta at T. W. C. A. Etude club neela with Mr. Freda conductor acnncKer a none 01 jar.. - " . mx, Following his brilliant debut in Berlin, Edward Collins, who plays at Augustan college chapel Friday night at o'clock was engaged tor a concert tour-in America, as solo ist with Madam 8chnmann-Heink. Everywhere the remarkable young pianist appeared he was received with great acclaim, for his playing revealed an artist of most unus ual attainments. Here was a pian ist who combined a glorious sing ing tone, romantic fancy, profound musicianship, and an altogether dis tinctive style. Mr. Collins' broad musical educa tion was received under the tute lege of such masters as Rudolph Gant in America, and at the Royal Hochschule in Berlin, where be studied composition, organ and en semble under Max Bruch, Fried rich Gernsbeim and Robert Kahn. Mr. Collins has appeared with great success both as soloist and as guest conductor with numerous European orchestras; he was in 1914 assistant at Bayreutb, and later JfeTeasort, entertained at a J affair was planned to be held at nrettilr anointed young girls- , the Rock niana nouse, iwuw .ar- luncheon and bridge party Satnr day at her home for her yoang daughter. Miss Annabelle Weir, the guests being 24 girl friends. A buffet luncheon was served at 1 o'clock. The serving table la. the dining room had a large basket of yellow chrysanthemums and the Hallowe'en colors in decoration, the table, where guests gathered in quartet groups being scattered about living and music rooms which also had the autumn flowers and colors In bouquets. - The afternoon games gave prises at himro to Miss Dorothy Gary and Miss Eunice McCune, and at bridge to Miss Marie LeClaire. Miss Dor othy Hamm of Pecntonica, 111- who is visiting Mra. Burdtck Richard son, was an ont-of-town guest. Little Miss Rosemary celebrated her natal day yesterday and today there is a party of playmates at the home of Mr. and Mra Tom, Walsh on College street in honor or ue day. There were IS little folks in the party and a birthday rapper was served. Observe Golden Weeding. Today la the golden wedding an niversary of Mr. and Mra J. M. Goddard of 1710 Pershing avenue. Davenport, and there will be a fam ily dinner this evening when the anna. F. M. and J. L, Goddard and their families will be guests at the home of F. M. Goddard, 1830 Grand avenue, Davenport. -Mr. Goddard, known to his many Manila am 'rVilnnul" finridard. was born in Clinton county, Iowa, while Wrtfroa-FlaM esters Engagemeat. Mrs. Goddard came to Cedar county Announcement is made by Mr. with her parents, from Indiana ; and Mrs. Anranam nuaeisiem when a little girl five years old. 754 Twenty-third street, of the en fh. waririina? of Eft Tears aao took rarement of their eldest daughter. niam at her home in Cedar county, Beatrice J. and Edward I. Wolf son Rev. Mr. Harun 01 tne tnnsuaa church officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Goddard resided for 20 years on a farm, coming to Dav enport about 30 years ago. Circle to Give Coffee. In-His-Name circle. King's Daughters, will sponsor a - Hal lowe'en coffee Saturday afternoon at the home of the leader, Mrs. R. E. Swanson, 1809 Sixth avenue. Members of other circles are es pecially invited to attend and friends of the daughters. Refresh- rangements were changed. Those having articles to donate are asked to call Mrs. Henry Arndt, R. L 3C10-X. : 11 A Tt.t"tr?if rTtt ! X 1 MOT. EL1ZADET1I TH0C1 Edward Collins recital at Aofuatana, collefa. 8ATCBDAT. ln-Hia-Nan circle Kior'a Dauchteia aoonaore Hallowe'en eoflee at borne of Mra. K. E. Swanson. 1809 Sixth avenne. and although the Plan 'port. 'aire dinner dance at Golf club for at Terrace Qardena. Music Department of Woman's Club To Start Season A miscellaneous program will be given tomorrow afternoon at the first meeting of the music depart ment of the Rock Island Woman's club. The program has been ar ranged by Mrs. Edwin Gamble. The business session will start at 2:30, followed immediately by .the pro gram. ' Numbers to be given are as fol lows: Piano trio, "The Secret".. Gantier Jim Cunningham, Thomas Town- send and Philip 8hepstedt, Mollne. Dance, "Herd Girl's Dream." "Call of Summer" Little Miss Arlene Jones. . -Whistling solo, "Dance of the - Robins" Jessie L. Deppen Miss Azella Brehmer, Mrs. Bartol H. Rollis, accompanist, Milan. Read in g Selected. Substitute for Mrs. Gertrude Smith. Vocal duet. Harm to the Mando lin" Parker "Oh, Tell Us Merry Birds" White Mrs. John Cunningham and Mrs. John McGreevey, Moline. Reading, "Guido Ferratti." "The Little Band of Gold" . V.VV Miss Isabella O'Connor, Davenport Piano duet. Polonaise Chopin. Serenade Gounod. ' .hm a t 1 A.Jt... thn Dover Court. u"le1 cr.m.ua. pruu.uBo J" ". informal dinner at Golf club. were in vogue in the early part of & , k l me nineieenm century, uvcncanw. viuaV to American, purchased a rich sec tion of 20.000 acres in the valley or the Wabash, founded the colony of New Harmony, Ind., with per sons who came over on his "boat of Knowledge' was ton fantastic and unnractical. Miss Kliaabeth Evana of Philadelphia. went to nixrea anrt mined the fnnn-1 Trt-ettr Pan-Bellenic monthly luncheoa der, it brought out the bigness of j the man and his effort to be of i service to his fellowmen. He put something new into tbe hearts of men. The Is hardly a movement for betterment in the United States to day which does not date back to Robert Owen. One son, Robert Dale Owen, was known as tbe thampion of every gbod lost cause, and forced through the law allow ing women the control of their own property. Another son, David Dale Owen, laid the foundation for the Smithsonian institute and another Is a noted chemist and has made in numerable valuable discoveries. "Start a good impulse going." mild Mr. Owen, "put love, faith, kindness and charity into it. and it can't be a failure. United effort al ways succeeds. Owen's ideas were too big to be realized in one life time, but he started them and they grew." ' Miss Mae Chambers of Davenport gave a beautiful vocal selection preceding the address of the after noon and Miss Millie Beck led tbe community singing. Mrs. Harvey Sangren was at the piano. Saturday was the opening meet ing of the club. The president, Mrs. Charles L. Thompson, gave a short message of greeting to the club, and at the business meeting a number of important matters were brought up. Mrs. W. H. Bedell was named Edict chairman upon recommenda tion of the board and the appoint ment of Miss Nettie Dodge on the board taking the place of Mrs. Joe McCrory was approved. Birth reg istration committee, of which Miss Alice Thompson is chairman, was added to the list of standing com mittees. . - I Seventy-six new members were taken into the club. They were: Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Mrs. Mary B. Adams, Mrs. Warren Anderson, Mrs. C. R Ammerman, Mrs. L. S. Andich. Mrs. Victor Beck, Mrs. C. A. Beers, Mrs. Marilla Beckwith, Mrs. "H. L. Best, Mrs. W. E. Biggs, Mm. H. I). Blakemore, Mrs. H. H. Black, Mrs. W. H. Brough, Mrs. OUa Bruhn, Mrs. Charles Cords. Mrs. Dorothea H. Crowley. Mrs. John F. Davis, Mrs. Emma Denman. Mrs. Frank L. Eby. Mrs. A. F. Eichels dorfer, Mrs. Orvil Gibble, Mrs. J. J. Gruske, Mrs. E. H. Guyer, Mrs. John F. Harris, Mrs. L. L. Hance, Mrs. Mary Hause, Mrs. Jolin Haw ley, Mrs. L. C. Heitman. Mrs. Morris Holtzman, Mrs. Ida W. Howard. Mrs. Owen G. Jarboc, Mrs. G. C. Jenks. Mrs. Corwin Kettering, Mrs. D. M. King, Mrs. John Kramer, Miss Grace McGraw, Mrs. Mamie Mc- Keag. Mrs. J. H. Meehan, Mrs. B. 1 F. Mitchem, Mrs. J. A. Mikesell,' Mrs. R. C. Mitchell, Miss Mary Mur-. phy. Miss Leona Nelson Mrs. J.' Vincent Nordgren, Mrs. F. J. Perk-i ius. Miss Charlotte Peterson, Mrs. L. C. Pfoh, Mrs. M. O. Postelwak, Mrs. Paul R., Preston, Mrs. Irwin Rnuch, Mra Bert Record, Mrs. I. J. Roberts, Miss Lillie Roth, Mrs. L. U. Rylande, Mrs. Adeline Schroeder, Miss Margarete Stephany, Mrs. Al mon Linn, Mrs. Fred C. Thomas, Mrs. Joaenh Turnhanah Mra Har riett Welch, Mrs. J. L. Walsh, Mrs. I D. O. Wright Mrs. M. T. Ray. Mrs. ' L. W. Loftiss, Mrs. H. P. Simpson.! Mrs. John Stengel, Mrs. lies Gan-' Bert, Mra George W. Wood, Mrs' R. M. Swisher. Mrs. F. R. Hoektn-j son, Mrs. N. C. Hibbert, Mrs. Har-j old W. Evans. Mrs. H. J. Olmsted, I mra j. u uttig and Mrs. C. .& Thompson. Miss Dlbeern Hastes. Miss . Margaret Dibbern at her home in Milan entertained the D. E. girls Saturday evening at a party at her home. The evening was spent playing 500, Mrs. William Biakely taking tbe favors. A deli cious two-coursed lunch was serv ed in the dining room. Hallowe'en decorations being used. Miss Dib bern, whose engagement to Rev. Everett Shaw was announced In September, was presented with pretty gift tor her new home. The Misses Mary and Harriett Clark of Preemption and Mra Carl Quiat of Reynold were ont-of-town gueata Moline Teeaea Giro Dance. Moline homestead. No. - 2397. Brotherhood of American Toemen, will aponsor a children's festival and dance at Moline Turner hall tomorrow night Rock Island friend are invited to attend. WCI Che linfc. Ball The Woman Trad Union league wdU enoaaor a' Hallowe'en ball in Kbit Saturday night The affair will be held the Mollae Turner miea ue same po "T,' mto will be served from 2:30 un Opera house New York City ' j fi 0clocfc Throughout the entire country, Mr. Collins' playing has been the sub ject of the most laudatory; com ment, and his hosts of admirers welcome the announcement of his forthcoming tour of America. a Sewing Group to Meet The Palestine Orphans' sewing group will resume its work at a meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. Frankel, 1917 Fifteenth street, Moline. Some especially im portant work has been provided and the weekly meetings will be held regularly. Shrine to Have Party. Vashti Shrine, No. 23. White Shrine of Jerusalem, will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the Masonic temple. The business ses- Miggs, a neighbor, the album con sion will be followed by a Hal- taininc auaint old fashioned por traits of her relatives. The Cordts orchestra will furnish the music. Card Party and Dance. A card party and dance will be given Friday- night at Woodman hall. Center Station. Bruhn's or chestra will furnish the music. Furnish Treat to Patients. The Kate Hill missionary society of the First United Presbyterian church furnished a treat of fruits to the parenta of tbe Musical'Tub- erculosis sanitonum last week. Class to Present Play. The Mary-Martha class of the Central Presbyterian church will present "The Family Album" at tbe church Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Little Miss Rebecca Sparks Peters shows the family album to Mrs. " fjrial Aaneameesaents. The ladies' aid society of Cleland Presbyterian . church will hold a mission meeting at 2:30 .Wednos-Am-w aftaranmi at tha ehnrch. Mra Emma Lorentsen will serve. DIMPLES: Ton might send a The Who-Sb-Ever Bible class! book tor eacn occasion. 1 wowie will meet with Mr. and Mrs. not advise anything- more. George Ackermaa, 1824 Twelfth f Very often a congregation gives street tonight Mrs. - Thomas , its pastor a sum or money ana tens Inv.'.n mHt ttio niMnhn Kainir ' asked to come dressed as chil dren. A program is being planned and refreshments will be served. Circle to Sponsor Sewing. Colonel Brackett circle. Ladies of tbe G. A. R., will sponsor an all day sewing tomorrow at the home of Mrs. J. A. Mikesell, 130 Sixteenth avenue. A picnic dinner will be served at noon. ' CMIdren Have Birthday Party. Tom Walsh, Jr., and his sister, little Miss Rosemary of Davenport, are so fortunate, as to have birth days on the same day, today. Tom is nine ajjjLhis sister C, and there are two birthday parties being giv en this year in honor of the event. Master Tom entertained 18 of his boy friends at a picnic party and beefsteak supper at Devil's Glen Saturday, the boys spending the afternoon in the woods with sports of Davenport son of D. M. Wolf son of Chicaro. Mr. Wolfson is with tne Standard Mercantile Co. 01 wmcn oe is a member and has made his home in Davenport for live years. . Elks' Dance Pestpoaed. Announcement was made today of the postponement of the Elks' dance, announced for Thursday eve ning No future date haa been Mt for the affair Surprise on Miss Sersig. A surprise party was Iven Sat-; urday evening for Mrs. Anna Ser sig, 551 Twenty-fourth street, the occasion being her birthday anni versary. - A group of her friends gathered at her home and spent an enjoyable evening with 500 and music. Mrs. Ed Herbert and Mrs. Joe Naab took high score prizes in the games and Mrs. F. Foelke con solation prize. The guests brought lunch with them, which was served at a late hour. The honoree was presented with a purse. . Birthday-Hallowe'en Party. Mrs. P. J. Carlson, 1320 Thjrty eighth street entertained at a party Saturday evening for her daughter. Miss Helen, and for Miss Irma Harling of Moline. The af fair , was a birthday-Hallowe'en party; Miss Helen observing her birthday Friday and Miss Harling yesterday. The early part of the evening was spent playing 500 at four tables, Miss Verlea Love and Bror Swanson receiving first prize, Miss Gladys King and Ebie Heath consolation prises, and Mrs. Harl ing and Jack .Bunning all-cut fa-' vors. There were Hallowe'en games and a witch fortune teller. The house was decorated in Hal- The Tri-City Pan-Hellenic asso- lowe'en lanterns. A delicious sup- ciation will hold its monthly meet- per was served, the table center- Hughes will be assistant hostess. DIXON CARPENTERS OFFERED $9.90 A DAY nwLn Tit' rYt mrritv af ani.ntra tnaathar with an ex. 'husband very dearly. We ceptional amount of building activ- i great deal of another married cou ity In Dixon today brought an an-!ple and the girl is niy dearest nonncement from the city's largest 1 friend. My husband likes her hus contractor offering the highest hand very much too. 1 wares for union carpenters in many ! Everything would be all . right recent years. The contractor offer only her husband drinks and when him to buy what he especially wants, or he Is consulted-and asked to give suggestions. It you do not care to do this, flat silver would probably be very acceptable. - Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a young married woman and love my is $9.90 for a labour day. To Move a Heavy Box Easily To move a heavy box or chest easily, pry up one end and put un der it a broom stick or an old win dow shade roller, then the heavy of course this makes her feel very obiect mar be propelled quite a dl3-, badly. ' - taace with little effort ' Very often he comes over to our he is drunk he seems possessed to make love. His wife says that he will make love to any woman no matter what she is or how ugly. She says that she haa never had a girl friend he has not insulted and house when be has had -to drink and at such thae, nally. comes without hk. w til lately he has not pawt tention to me, but the last J came ' he ' made inch e speeches that I was else My husband said that ha himself and as long as he further I should ignore says. The thing that wer is that he has started la a because at first he was spectfuL - -. What yould you advise bm in this matter? -. RUTH Mi Take the flattering renajf, ously and with dignity : man goes too far, reprove a course. I think, however, tL. will find it enough to kaaai iHanih mn i . TT way. ' - "v. i.v. t How humiliated the nant iuuol tro w urib oar i7, in sucn a cneap way! Dn.Vi; Mn una aiuivicii Ulura taUVaSaV her friends know. After the entertainment refresh ments will be served and candy will be sold and there will also be a parcel post sale. Pan-Hellenic Luncheon Saturday. ing in the form of a luncheon it Terrace Gardens, Saturday at 12:30. Plans for the DecemUer bridge-tea and bazar will be discussed. Those attending are asked to notify Miss Venita Koch, Davenport 6951W by Friday noon. , . . , . . K. of C. Dance Thursday. ' Knights of Columbus will sponsor a dancing party Thursday evening at the Rock Island club. This will be the first of the series of dances. Luncheon-Bridge for Daughter.'; Mrs. W. R Weir of Prospect Ter- piece being yellow chrysanthe mums. The two honorees were pre sented with many pretty gifts. Villa Alumnae to Meet A general meeting of the tri-city chapter, Villa alumnae will be held tomorrow evening at the Vil la libraries. The meeting will be called to order promptly at 7 o'clock. Auxiliary to Have Rammage Sale. The American legion auxiliary will sponsor a rummage sale Thursday in the legion hall. The Announcing M- Third Y0MSX$s. Floor ECONOMY DEPART Opening of MFNT This is a sale with a double purpose -the object being to introduce this new depart ment but priced so low that every coat we sacrifice will make a Hfe-long friend and customer out of every purchaser. J Understand, please, these are most extraordinary styles, materials and fine trimmings for any such price as $ 1 0 and $ 1 5. Unusual Sale of 400 Coats Cloth and Silk Dresses Sizes 40 to S3 $10 Very Urge assortment of Large Size Dresses. Sizes 40 to S3. Sizes 14 to 38 There are beautiful Canton Crepe Dresses Gor geously' Beaded t Crepe de Chine DressesWool Crepe Dresses Poiret Twill .Dresses Superior Quality All-Wool Tricotine Dresses Trico Dresses in Navy, Black and Newest Fall Colorings. Most women will want to know how much these dresses are worth. We can tell you that SOME of them are worth double the price asked, and thev are ALL good values. . . - ' The manufacturer from whom we bought these dresses lost money. Conditions were such that he had to unload his dresses at a sacrifice and that's why you are able to buy them at $10 to $15. . A1? re included a limited number of one or two of a kind dresses worth even as high as $40, at $15. 150 Winter Coat for Women, Misses and Children 1t Materials:" Velour, Chlnchinaa, Women's Sport Coats. as Short and Long Plash Coats, Fur Trimmed 1 A Coata, worth to $26, some higher, at $10, $15. Sisea to 53 if 1U is the Daty-Uhe Sale Wili O'clock Sharp! at 9 aHome of Trintzeee" Garments' 119 YVeat Second Street DAVENPORT Take Elevator to Third Floor Write or Phone Betty Lee Shell shop for yon mm Send your fan t oe repaint or restyW. First again! This time to announce the Arrival of the Netherall a dainty garment that takes the place of three garmentsvest, brassiere and girdle DESIGNED originally for the Ziegfield Follies girls, it has been enthusiastically adopted throughout the east by young girls whose figures have not fully matured, and who are active in athletic, outdoor sports and fond of dancing. Also by the women of slight figure. It takes the place of vest, brassiere and girdle, and weighs only 4 ounces. It gives just enough support and control to keep the figure smooth and shapely, and yet it is sufficiently supple to permit absolute freedom of movement. "Nether" means "under" The Netherall (under all) is worn next to the skin just like underwear. They are made of beautiful soft suede cloth combined with silk Tricot, and also of "all silk. You may have them in the loveliest shades of v flesh, orchid or white. Easy to launder When open, the Netherall is merely two flat pieces of material held together by shoulder straps. Just wash it in luke warm water and hang it up to dry. No ironing or anything! Prices $5, $7.50, $10 2nd floor Dancing teachers and Physical directors are especially invited to come in and see this new garment' demonstrated. You should know about it! AjVp mr.ff demonstrate the Netherall from 4 to 5 11 A11VJU.CA o'clock tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday . in the corset section. : DAVENPORT, I O W A "Where the West Begins" We Want Everybody to Share in This Big Saving Therefore we must limit the purchase of each customer. 4 cans, ,2 1 size,, Del Monte 4 cans, 2 size, Apricots . . -85c Peaches ........... Margarine gj;c 4 lbs. Big 5 Coffee . . $1 1 g 7- K. . . ; ii0 4 cans No. 2 size Bartlett 4 lbs. Evefgood Margarine, 75c Pears . . . ...... . ..3c 4 cans, 2 size Spinach 75c 4 lbs. Algood Margarine . . gjjc 1 The above articles are on sale beginning Tuesday and continuing till Thursday night, 6 p. m., providing . ; present stock lasts so long Sirloin Steak , . . J7C Best cut Pork Chops 20c Tender Chuck Steak 14c Sliced Smoked Ham, 3Qc & 25c Round Steak ..... .... 17c End Cut Pork Chops .... . l&C Veal Chops . . . . Wt Skinned Hams, whole or half 2CC BUEHLER BROS. Rockblafid 1628 Second Ave, BUSIEST OF BUSY STORES HC ?N tf hs or jo Id I SW 'the mai .9 iai vhi fat ftet lo a th taw mn tte 13 1! il