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'UMW Phonostapho are equipped with the evelusive tone -1"loonjating device, The Gradnota, enabling yogi to play a record digemording W yaw own individual interpretation. . - , , " - A limited nynnber of these nationally knolrn and ,na. , tionany advertised ldgh grads phonographs at very big cut in prices. $223 Iler;iziac 167.50 1 $165 Narragans;t. $92.50 1 6ZZ5 L1errbaac $167.50 $165 Narraganse!. $it3 Bitio.ciii:: $157.50 $15$ Payf lower ';:.: $180 Art !inf.". .$142.50 $1ti Lezinl' ;tea. . , Lt,a oarogue .151.511 151) Clay flower J:592.50 N , 180 kale ..$142.50- $1C3 Lexington...5731S 26 Record' 'erections FREE with each macidne when 610 cash in paid down at time et purchase. - e' 1511 611t thfi , Ave., ur m -------- ------- We have just received a special shipment Of a heath tiful flat top Console, mahogany finish, plain desirn, splendid workmanship, and a tone that can not be - surpassed. This machine will be sold to it, limited numbet of buyers this week at the remarkably low price of $92.50. With each dollar-paid down,at time -- -of purchase up to $10 ive give a record free. 10 resords tree with ;10 paid down. , - , , Records included sEcuREs , , Ally rilEON0G IT Alp Ix In Our"..,7-:,-..,! 1 Immense Stock , . , ) . -- , FoR cal FT isgrEdAs . , . , , , ,llegin-Weekly or Monthly Payments In January As Low As 75 Cents Wiekly ;The Famois Vocation(with the.Graduola)Puritano United, Paramount and Other Standard Makes - , , .. , . , , "" ' .- ') , 71751. t - liew Style Flat Top - J ve , ,-. -,.. .s., tk f,,,,ai,,b J. , , 1 . .., . --:'i,, i - . , ----, RIA N ' . - ilris - Alktp, ;., 1 , tk v . , 4 o' 9111, t - !,.-- ; 4 I ' I f N it - itOrt1C-:,latesiMte -6-1 -NW Nary! - The sesn'ot St was voted 'to !Santa Claud rand at the bast, ineelen. Dartha ' the metal tunti"retreahmenta 7 wire served. Thwhewt lesstina.will be belt neat Wednesday at, the Y. W. A. angtor3r; 7., - COMPLETE wiTH 20 : AV177- - :: RECORD SELECTIONS . 4, DOLL) - , ., t ' . '''P - - ' ' ' Large, modem cabinet 43 -I, 4 - ' to 44 - FRE inches high, statmchly 0, i - ' bufit, tmely finished, a - 4'' -00.1JP0 tone that.ist4onder- x51:6. ' '. 4-1 - ---- '' .j'his voupon, - when properly: signed and presented at our store,- t. IS WORTH ONE DOLLAR is the tAp-P cash-down payment on Phono; Y graph. Not good after Dec. 23, '22. , "A 9, 0, - te 116 f,f-tr T lritosts, ,, ( I . - wan i, usic al , Icirlvillyffilualitionafoructizt-1,1740 111113 W. 3rti ì- - Davenport, la. "Where The West Begtns" . . "MUSIC Makes Us Goc;(1,7 "dildren Need Music," "We Want -lots of Music",z--read the posters. Even the "kiddies" are, stHking for music. Bless their little hearts! - Unconsciouslymotherare,zou depriving your bHght-eyed sotmgster of a good influence whi0 will help round out his life? Do you realize what a vital part music holds in his life? Haw necessary it is that he should have music? - A great authority on children's, welfare says: , uThru music, the child enters a world of beautyexpress - - es his innermost selttastes the joy of creating,widens , his sympathiesdevelops his mindsoothes an, refines his spirit." - 4 Muic brings health and happiness. Think of yonr child's happinessand health. . - estwol Lein & Sono , $225 Kimballwalnut .5235 Kimball mahogany, practically new $300 Sterlingmaho- , gany 0225 ' 7 No mother need deprive her - child of music TIOW. During our great.----"Music Festival," we have placed a special price 4n 25 Playerplanos(only 10 of the.se re main unsold) and made exceptional term. Now every hoine can afford music: Show Your Gooil JudgmOnt by .A..4tua. g toil can credit yourself with having mighty good judgment,' if you act at once, to get one of these high-grade instruments at our low "Music' Festival" : price. Many dollars saved will re-ward you tor your good judgment. , , cS tamspreal nihnegg A n-- y I t 175 mahogany 4200 1.. Moline , .4', 4 burl Walnut l....$250. ChIckering black ease ... 4110 , tmoratt 4oak 4150, k - k? - nidt Special" Player ' 'Delvi''Paymeht 2 Years to Pay Balance , , ' . , , ----., ,---At, "Schm- idea" , , , .- 7. - :: . - .s ( , --; : : -I'. . , 1th the purchase of an orchestral Instrumene such is a Vio l lin, Flute; Cornet, Saxophone, etc;--imade by or, for a child before JanAst, 1923 and amount:as to ;10 or more wewill include a sea-son ticket ME to the children's concerts given by tlie Tri-City SyMphony Orchestra for the current season. - N - With each purchase oft a new or used piano made before Zan.' lst, 1923 we will include an adult season ticket free. , ' ' , t stir pus of tbe New Tort toeoposer - was published 1913, anti was given its litormance sayerboro hi 'Mr 00-.1 ' v 'Isle In (Caear Franck). s Hereto. (Cour Preset). a -auntbers played in recog t et its 100th ealdvereary or Belgian eOmposers Mak teem Dos. le. - liserie, Mirada Bylaw's.) repreontatiba of Chi riga. , , v , -Soso (MB) (George Leland ted to Mr, Seder.) Ninths (Pietro At. 'Yon). Çoitiver intitatitto of a familiar '112Dont. - ,,, 'Mae in Minor (M. Drico 'Mamas (Glutton Dethlarl. As brilliant ,number, by a New arpulat end composer! co, of an introduction, pastbrale variations on Admits Fiddles.- ' AM to Serve iffeals , ',Zeit dinner and molter will bo 'tad in connection withtbe bake 1 to be bold Saturday at arbuna v1,1cComb's store. The affair is Aimed bp-the ladlea' aid society , the Pliterith Avenue Christian , trad; Valott Lessee to Meet. , Ito omen's Trade Union leers' 7,1 aseets.tomorrow night in the ginaandustrial home. The meet ; I is 4ealled. for 7 o'clock and the ,detiOn ot otricore will be the Nisi !' os of importance., Saturday a lain supper will be served from .to o'elock in- Tauter hall, Mo. Id se. An sprat sale will be beld in ,410oction witb the supper. ' , ' l4 I AVM , , 1.("I , ' -11k , 1:.1811'44"ft----1-4-Siiesteinenatgal"te'l Norte wrist' by Owls ,,vmrtoser of organ ladversity,s$ r---44:1,, Tide will be tite et the series. 1We tho numbers an. es the fregram: , s-illenuattleu 11 (Pietro sdrAllestm . ' faint hoOttitatta Omit Elora Sioottont woo with, Mot W. Asko. 2147 TOO, Poo street. I Idea ditio tritit' lint IPtett Avolw ellieg. 1020 ?pod atoost. : , Court et Nemo No. St matt - I Jails? OW liattosaidety club via um wasbinetom MI. A. ' 1 Asoto Ceara mob dodo. - Ledo latisa' amid partp at alarms bole. Illp. O. C. Paul. 3227 Wouttalatit !NWT' to tyt.cttr immirrowl eh". Civic department ol Mock Island Woo an's club wrests Center Mottos POP.. 16 - Grant P.-T. A. meets. - - Edwin Stookey Soder argot sadist at Auguidena enamel. Wives Orem Orrin Eines Dauglaers, ibeetir wIthMrs. P. E. Davit Davenport.- Mrs. C. IL Iteeherwe. Davenport, solar Oise tor Rio Alias likisaar.. : . - Iðragleilow IPA. - - , - Wasittp tee Tn.City Art league Miss Mart Isoulas tsteigheckee. Daven port. sntertaimi at Outing club lot trio , MONDAY. ' SWAY department Rock Island Woman's Club meets at home ot Mrs. 7. a Davis. dOr Twenty-sixtb street. lane Delano Oren Ring's Daughters with Mrs. Louis Peterson. 1217 Sixteenth street.. Barbaro Flirted. tent boar., Ithubeth's guild play. Monday Study club meeting at Moine of Mrs. M. M. Sweeney. f.230 Twenty-second street. ' Vestment guild with Mrs. t. R. Tuck's. 1303 treurteenth.and-a-balf street. Itio Dorothy Lardner gives breakfast bridge at Molt eh for Miss Alice Skin 7 TURSDAY. Ruth St. Denis, TO Shawn and Dent shawn dancers. Tri-City Garden elub meets with Mrs. Harry Ainownetb. Island City court. Ito. St5. Court ot Honor, with Mrs. Karl Rollot. 7141 Tenth street. ' trances Willard P.-T. A. gym class. wmusEsnAÝ. , Ruth St. Denis, TM Shasta and Dent ahawn dancers. Tri-City.Womaa's Press club Christmas party. Seeletlee Sale flapper.' 1 A Christmas bale and supper will be sponsored lomorrow afternoon', and evening at the Lutheran Broth erhood building, Augustan 'college. by the ladies' aid and forward society and Luther league of the Grace Lutheran church. Quanti ties of articles have been prepared for the sale tables and a satisfying menu will.be served. Miss Nola IL Connor, 1206 Twen-1 ty-second street, and RAM IL Iteyttolds, -well knoym ,attorry of this city, were married at 7 o'clock last bight at a inlet wedding sol emnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and' Mrs., Joeeph Con nor, SIMI Climer street, Muscatine. Only a small company of relatives witnessed the nuurriage, which was performetf-by Rev. J. B. Rendall, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. , The bride wore a simple dress of navy blue satin crepe. Follow ing the ceremony a wedding dinner was! served. Mr. and Mrs. Reyul old bave gone on a wedding trip and will reside in lk)ck IslancL 1 Mrs. Reynolds has had a beauty shop In the Best building for a number of years and Mr. Reynolds has practiced law in Rock Island tut Boma twenty years. '1 - Kemble P. T. Á. Mrs. H. H. Cleaveland spoke yes terday afternoon at the meeting of Kemble school parent-teachers' as sociation on "The Business of Be-I ing a Woman Today." Her talk was much appreciated, as was the explanation of the advantages of kindergarten work given by Mrs. E. L. Philbrook. Chidren ot the firth. grade gave resitations and musical numbers asA part of the afternoon program, and refreshments .were seved. , :is. Nail Coimor and It It Reynolds :: -.Vied in Lluscatilie corps, NO. 61 Auxiliary Will Elect. nees session Election of officers for the year noon at the 1 will be held by Helen'Gould Auxil- Other officer iary tonight at the meeting in Snior vico American Legion hall. Other im- Junior vie portant huffiness is to be transact- beck. ed -and all members are urged to , Conductros &add., Treasurer , GuardMr 'Y. W. C. A. Activities. Chaplain-- Members of the regular volleyball First dele! team of the B. B. C. girls' club were Second del selected last night at the supper rig. meeting held at the Y. W. C. A. The Third del team wilt compete in a tour-1 Skinner. nament Dec. 14, in which a high Fourth de school team, matrons and the busi-1 Hoppe. ness girls' teams will play. The First alter' latter team includes the following! second al girls: The Misses Margaret Low- Thompson. man, captain; Helen Boyland, Nel-, Third all Ile Hartman, Grace I Bruhn. Stenclekeeles, II arsenate' libito beck end rmiel,ileatieresitemibint- i batik Fe Bowing the lononsees meet Mg buttAtight Aka- Orb -Flared n umber -Of -,TolleYliell ilitOlaa. Idol scorn being g tie. , . .,... , , ,.'. ,, r, - ; ---..,;''' '''. ' ''z 1 Caller Fraternity ta Nava Dinner. The Phi Omega Phi tratemity-of Augustine, college le entertaining at a theatre party at the Grand theatre tomorrow weeping seine , thlrtY of,- the ,Membire,, and their. , Mende to bit' guelts'oe the alfairel , The theatre party' tO lee Nalier I ' Ricks" will be preceded by, dinner! at Terrace Gardens. . , Spleadit Paced at irMbi.. ' 1 , .A.;splandid classical mita...war gives yetterday alternate, at:the Villa de Chantal, which Wail en-I joyed by- the students, a companY of friends and alumnae. A trio of Davenport artists presented the recital assisted by reproducing piano, which pla3red aceompani ments and several voles. Those appearing were Mrs. A. P. Origips, soprano; Miss Mae Chambers, so-. pmno, and Miss Irma Dorgan, who gave interpretive dances. The pro gram includes ballad numbers and 1 classical selections played by some I of the best artists ha the,country for reproduction. , ' Department to Hear Of Seeit Work. Mrs. W. H. Marshall will give a report of the girl Scout work to morrow afternoon at the meeting, of the Civic department, Rock Is..! land Woman;s club. and there will! be a demonstration of Scout viorki to illustrate the talk. The meeting will be held it 2:30 in the Masonic! temple parlor. Mrs. 1 Margaret ' Archer. depot matron. isto give a . report of the Travelers' Aid con vention held last raonth in Cincin nati at the meeting also. , , , Mrs. Cooley New Corps President. Mrs. Ruth Cooley was elected president of the Woman's Relief! corns, No. 66, at the annual busi-1 nees session held yesterday after-1 noon at the Y. W. C. 4- gymnasium. Otber officers chosen were. I Stilor viceMrs. Bertha Bruhn. I - Junior viceMrs. Amelia Ster-1 beck. - , , ConductressIVIrs. Om Wood. 1 I TreasurerMrs. Mary Hansen. GuardMrs. Martha Jenks. ChaplainMrs., Anna Whitehead. First delegateMrs. Mae McGee. Second delegateMrs. Lucy Mor ris. - 1 Third delegateMrs. Arabella ! Skinner. i Fourth delegateMrs. Cindrella IHoppe. First alternateMrik Flo Stevens 1 Second alternateMrs. Justine Thompson. I u Third alternateMrs. Bertha t 1Members not attending the lneeting ' are asked to' notify the hostess. I '' GIggl eBox dub. I Mrs. L. G. Schmitt entertained Imembers of the Giggle BoI Club at 1 her home, 802 Seventh avenue, yes 1 terday afternocn. Two tables of (500 were played, high score favors I going to Mrs. Ben Roe and Mrs. ' 'Fred C. Carlson, 8.nd consolation ', , prize to Mrs. William Eberts. Miss Norma Roberts - favored with pi--; ano selections. 'The' hostess served lunch at the 4' conclusion of the games. Mrs,. 'Calison -at ber her ', home, 708 Thirteenth avenue, wtil, be hostees to. the dub next, Wed nesday,atternoon. , ' ' I I0-1- IL',..66.4 tliul Sale Aetted $200. Mrs. J. A. hansou and Mrs. Rayl. Roderick at tite4tome, of the form er, 815, Twenty-fifth street, enter- , tained Trinity Guild of Trinity! Episcopal chech yesterday after...! nowt. It Was 'announced that the! mita of 6200 was cleared. fir Itie 11. sale held hit week at the palish house. Refreshments were serted. by the hostess at the close of -the , business meeting. Next Wednesday ! afternoon the guild will meet with Mrs. W. J., Kinn, 726 Seventeenth ! street, when Mrs. James Moffitt I will be assistant hostess. ; - 1 , Eugene Youngeraddresses SoCiety. 'Eugene Youngert. principal of Rock Island high school, addressed : the members of Augustana Endow-1 ment Fund soociety -yesterday at the meeting at the home of Mrs. G. Abrahamson, 0449 Seventh ate- t nue. The speaker. spoke :on the! 7 A PI IL Aft 1 I MMIk' mataw 111-1 eatiod;traeing the principlet,which Ion" education and the develop-, mut of mankind in the various eras.-whielv.portrir ate ideals , of that- speaking et modern education. Youngert ftbrunght out the fact, that it is the object to brint,out teditlealltý' of tbo pupil and to turn out good Ameri cen.citisens. Mrs. Youngert favor ed with a short piano recital. and refreshments were served by the Van Neter is to speak our -I:The 1 Mora 0g14,417,. -!. A 3- . meowed tr., alt-daY g was bald yes terday by ;he esoid society ot the Sacond Chriatian church at the church.: Thirty members' attended ant intro erred Plea la'hinek at noon. Next week an all-day mdet tog will be held ot the home of Mrs. 'Harry Mcbota ld. 1624. Sixth street ' ' . - , .',- Circle Plans Coffee. can.citiaens. Mrs. Youngert favor- ing will be beld at the home of ed with a short piano recital. and firs. 'Harry Mcbetald 1624. Sixth Margaret Giles circle, King's refreshments, were served by the street' - .., ' , ,''' , &mates& ,,,,.. - f - Daughters, held an all day meeting yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. s, IL Smith in Mi lam'. 'rhe -members t Mrs. Abrahamson need carnations ,, CirssiiFalske Wedding. ; i worked on articles to be sold at a in tile rams:And presiding et the - hiss Mildred Pelske, daughter of ioffee to be held the first of the tea table was MrsrE. L. Nordgren. Mrs. A. N. Westland, 1012 - Four fear, and set the date for the coffee, The next meeting will be held Jan. teenth avenue, and Lester Greiner Jan. 26. The affair will be given 2,'when Mrs. C. W. Lundahl anti I Hon of Mr.'and Mrs. P. M. Gross, at the home of Mrs. Floyd E. Mrs.Albert Freemen of 'Moline e;1111107 Fifteenth-and-a-half avenue. Thompson, 1005, Twentieth street. entertain at - the ,LuntiahlN, barna, were married at II o'clock last IITth. MM Walter G. Murphy -was named 1150 Twelfth avenue.- Mrs. T. E.InIng at the ' pursonarret South chairman of the coffee committee ' Tile circle voted 210 to the wel-' - .-- - ,, - -', - -- -- , - - . fare associatton, and to furnish o Christmas treats for several de- I - - --,- - ' 4- 4 . i. i- 7 , to - servhig families. A gift of money , ' -,. will be given an hged woman. . - t Luncheon was enjoyed at the noon '4 0. . ' ' ,1 , hour. .. 1 i '-I ' - 1 ' i CIMILEY11 t i USIC Mrs. S. T. Switzer. 1228 Mir- ' - teenth street, will be hostess to tbe , -... -211Til L . '1 t ti 't , rt 1. ill ; circle at the nextemeeting, Jan. 3. i -' 0, , , - ,, . ,- JL IL , ' q Members not attending the Meeting ' !'; 5,0, - :i. ,,,, ''' . z A..., ,---- - - , are asked to' notify the hostess. I --, -- , ' ' ".14 1!1-04 iv 3all St-'-- " ' -f, Diver wiNhara Tha Was Panto's'''. i in tile !tams:And prrsiding et the - Miss Mildred Pe lake. daughter of tea table was Mrsrg. L. Nordgren. Mrs. A. N. West lund, 1012 - Pour The next meeting will be held Jan. teenth avenue. and Lester Cromer 3,'when Mrs. C. W. Lundahl and I son of Mr.'and Mrs. P. M. Gross, Mrs..Albert Freeman, of 'Moline At ;1111107 Fifteenth-and-a-half avenue. entertain at. the ,LuntlahlN, barna, werti married at 11 o'clock last eve 1150 Twelfth avenue.- Mrs. T. E. thing at the 's pelreonart 'of South . : Only en of the TwentY-Five Special Sale Pianos Remain Unsold , park pkesbytotrian'ibristh..' 11. G. Ogit See; Violas- ,the ,rj performed the cerersiony. Atteed inr the- couple rime Mtn' Frances pkialtiLakiter of Um bridt, 'rim bridegroom 48 at k,tas Davies Dental Laboratories. Sim Groan 4 bait been emphoyad al,' the, slipper factorY. , r, , Soelal-Annaaneementsi. The workers' class of First Bap tist (heath will bold an all-day saw ing Friday in the church antes. - There will bi a picnic luncheon St arcoi BANIERtrITT. Lae Angeles, Calif., Dec. 7.Nor. maaAelby, better known as "lig mee0)1," has filed bankruptcy peti tion. ' - ., , ,- a 1 ,r,,, --- a lazase, 4.iligao , , ... , ,Æ ) , Am, . , , ,, 1, , . , . , f I , ' . lo , . . ' ' t $ 169 s í 1 , ,4' , . , - , till 1 . tblittllt 11 hamrovd7 ,. I . , ; ,,, , T - ' , ' I , 7. . , , , MEMIIIC ' '--- : - " - - l' - - ' ' ,,, -1 - , EMI. . k I I, 111110 , , " It if USIC Makes Us Good,',' "dildren Need Music," "We Want ; . ,,-.-- - ,,',- ,,,Iyi it , . . , . ots of Music"read the posters. Even the "'kiddies" are, , , , t, - ' . . - - , stHkm. g for music. Bless their little hearts! . ' mg..-..Un - Jo . - , - Unconsciouslymotherare,zou depriving your bHght-eyed k - , .. ... . . - , sotmgster of a good influence which will help round out his life? , i S I , ' - Jei 111011 . ECUILIES 4ANY 1 IEONOG I ', APIli nr,--,:-..,! t -, , v! . , , . , in 0 ,, .. , , , , , , , , , , . . , Immense Stock Do you realize what a vital part irmsic holds in his life . Haw necessary it is that he should have music? -. . i , '' :- - , , ris . , ; . - , ., . - ,, A great authority on children's. welfare says: lill , , . -- , , Thru music, the child enters a world of beauty-express- , ' , . ', , t - - es his innermost self-tastes the joy of creating,-widens ; i , . I , . ,, , his sympathies-develops his mind-soothes ant refines tf, :13eginiNeekly or Monthly-Payments In January As Low As 75 Cents IVeekly , , ... . his spirit." , ,, . , , , , . I , 1 , , Music brings health and happiness. Think of yotir child's , , , Itt The Famous Voeahon(with the.Graduota)Puritany United, Paramonnt and Other Standard Makes happinessand health. . , , , . , .1, , . - , , , 5 , I, . - , ' .. .- , . 1 . ri ' , r. . , V I (I 1 '' , , ' ", I , . Y i S ' 1 ,... $ . ' '.., . , ' A: , , 1,J i , ' New Style, Flat Top .....- - , "Schmidt's1' Great.- , . ., - 1 , ,.. , .,, I . ,; e . .... ,. ,, ., it. - - . . ..: , ,, ,1 - .., - , , - N .w--- ir , t ' ' IR ' WV,' 6, I V 1 t uSt estttrai - 1 . Iv ,,.... I lk , J )' --- 'Fr Oil, se ',..tbt,L1 , , , , Tti ' till ; )ill It it 'i . . Sale ot Playér Pianos , . , , 4... , i , 1 si ' .5...:. :1e.!.......4., 1, opi,,....,, 50 ,... , J. , . . , , ,: No mother need deprive her - child'' of ' , ' .', err hiel;',' -.. I, , . ..-.....,-... . musié TIOW. -During our great.--"Music,- ' I Iti ,. . . ' ' . . - , , Festival," we have placed a special price ,. 1 i', , 11 liti . , ' - , , 9,n 25 Playerpianos---(only 10 of thepe re- --) 0 . . , , i . Records included , ' main pnsold) and made exceptional term. ;:,p,, ,,;, 1 I - ,,. . , , . al I We have just received a special shipment of a beaul Now every hoine can afford music: --' , -, , , , , .T.,, , - -N . . y 'ilir ' : ' , ! , - ' tiful flat top Console, mahogany finish, plain design, ' . , ' - , . . , i " Show Your Good Judgment by AZ-ting No'vi, , , , t4i, -- t ; d ' ', , - -t,,j,,z , , splendid workmanship, and a tone that can not. be' , ' ' ,-. 1 i m. , surpassed. This machine will be sold to ii, limited 'You can credit yourself with having mighty good Coi. , . ' number of buyers this week at the remarkably I , judgment,' if you act at once, to get one of , these . , " ' I ,, . , , , ,..; , f , I's . . OW - r-I'' ' SVI"YleCII817471;: ': ' - price of $92.50. With each dollar-oaid down,at time -- , f . , '- -'- , - high-grade instruments at our low "Music' Festival ' ' -'"1 - ' . , , -of purc.hase up to. $10 ive give a zycord free. 10 resords ' . - price. Many dollars saved will re-ward you tor your ,', . '', '' ,', ! 1,'-1ranistill VerinighdlievIce,""1"111TbelLileas AredneltqueloalTehtlanwles yeathete eTplaelyugaivrecorde thile , good judgment. . , , , :' " (wording to your MR legvideal interpretation. . tree wgh ;10 paid down. , . -, ,, , , . , ,,.,,,,,- , ; a r,'-,,,c,,, P,,peCIIII -,,, - , . ,,, - I , , , ''' ,' M. 11,4C -'- : festival . ' 1J' d P ' - ' , ,, , I . , , se - lanos ..- ' -- t Special" , ' .., , ! Puritan Thonotiranbs , - , t '4' ' 4 I 1 '- ( 's , Exchange tin the Anipico 3 4, R ... Kimball-almost Sterling - , - . b. ' ' A., Player ' , -',1,;x .0, .- - . '. 4- - - - - 4LP '11- :, 4 - new ...-......$275 mahogany 2175 , , - -. -- , .25 , , ... , .. .,, , AT:CUT PRICES ', ' , , , , 'Asp .,,, , , Lein & Sons 1,?..25 Capon - I . ' ,o , - - ' ' Qov ' t" ' ' Kimball-walnut 2235 mahciganY 242() - - Mtgina - , .'', . -.1 . - . I ": , - , ,, - t , ' , - - Kimball - mahogany, S) ,tt, 1.... practically- new $300 Ii's ". ' burl walnut 1....$250.. : giiiiii 'Down paymeht ,.. A limited number, of these nationally known and ,na. - 4i t ,.. -, "ASV Sterling-maho- C hbl etakcekr I lag e-; . . ,, . .811 0 , . . 2 NIFare to,Pay B,alance ,I e tionany advertised Mei grade phonographs at very big ' z N- ' , gany i ;4225 tmeratt o-oak $150 ' . , . ' cut in prices.- - COMPLETE wITH 20 : Ag6 DOLLAR' ' ' : ' - - ' - - . - . ' ' . '' - ' - " - s , .., RECORD SELECTIONS ' , i , - , . . , . I , . $223 Illerrhasc 167.50 $165 Nanagasset. 592.50 , , , , -- - . ' . . --F T- 1 t ,, , . , Lir ' - --. t ' ' IS ' ' '''''s, . ; ,z , :;, ree ',:lc e s -,-, .'t , i. $2C3 Buoque .5167.50 $150 Ilayflower '.' :$92.50 N ,- ge, modem cabinet 43 -I, é inches gh, s 4) i -, , . . ..,, , .. , , , ,- - , , - built, tmely finished, a - 4tN ' , hi taunchlY & . t til T C S ' II C ' , 1, $180 Artliat -..$14250 $1C3 Lezingteste 373.75 - -r101JP0 N : , . ,,. 70 ,7 ;,,,,,,, 171- lty ymp 'ony 'or:Trts . , , , r: ,,-: , . - , , , - , : - ' ' , tone that is onder- ,Nao:b ,,,,,1Ahmo . 4 b ,6 ' 1 f - ':' 26-Rocerd serectleini FREE with each mac- Iiiniwhen ( ' - la - - irr : "I ,,,,-', - , -' . ' vi, - -----t ."itt SChIII- ;del: v , ,, . ' $10 cash in paid down at time of purchase. . -,, , , , , t J'his voupon, - when properlý; ' , . ' ' : - - ,' , ( , , ....-4 :4 ''''''I''' . signed and presented at ottr store,- ,,,,.4' , ,.., . t I , . ,. .. . ,, . ' of . , ., . , . , - - - , t, IS WORTH ONE DOLLAIVis the I.' 1511 6fit - ; . i '' , : ... - '- - - 121 IrPagt , ' '10 1 1111r , , I il cask-down payment on it Phono: . i, graph. 1gotgood after Dec. 23, '22. - 4, . ith the purchase of an orchestral ittstrutaene sich is a Vio. ',.-,: hn, Flute; Cornet, Saxophone, etc;-,made by or,,for a child before Jan.Ast, 1923 and amountmg to ;10 or' more wowill Include a sea son ticket ME to the children's concerts given by tfie Tri-City , ,, ,.... .',, Ave., . , , , , 2d St- , 1 .0- . Name ,., , . SyMphony Orchestra for. th, e.surrent eeason. . - N 1, , .7, ,' . --..!. ,, Å -,,. . , 4, .. se-m-- , .. '. . , - With each purchase oft a new or used piano made before Zan. 1 :. - e4Imsallw ' I CM - 1 - ) a 6 ' DavesrPort 40 ' Street , , ,,t4401) Address - ' lst, 1923 we will include an adult season ticket free. 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L . . . .-....------ - ' - ' " ''- . ' th - ' lel: Star, ratides-erse ii-ifititheolit, sae- VenN to rf,. kiosk C!nr-.-1:11, Park Pkkgalterhtathee-41 -, ; - ------' , . . , . , ,, .. , , .,,, , i . , i tan ilk r.1.1,1hiladeriss,,,sabou. iIlimon,, ... , ,,,-:, ,. -,.. - 4 ,,7--. eettes,-teseles the prinetpleewhich Church CAgleplk. ,. ,,,- -,.,., 3 ,, ,,: i G. Ogletee; sinter fot Ale, -" -: 7 i'f'.".1, k.u.-:i 1(1. ,. .- r- ' - --,71 - . , , - , - . : bathe', loohowle. the Ionises Mallet- ,- The sun lot St was voted lo'Tbk govarn 'ed ocatkni:and the elevelett- .4' .7- - '''s '''' --- '' '''' '''' ' ,s-' Pert()rtnell th-4-4.49rerimaý Lad- .: i --r---- - 11..mohmal Illogollirktam Midi ' . info. ilikiA,,,OftthelbehiMik i.dk -- . , 1 (771 , ,. , 1 t - er"- , , I lag hist Atidlitt the- adds -10Yed a !Zits Sesta Clime fend 111 the bust- aunt of mankind in the various , , fieodedall Fin lg. , - 1 tor the:couple rwas Mbe, rtsdatis 1 . elhauarcilesa7014itetw. ' - si meg N . - -.- awnheirleial:,eue.olleyball gaiwes, stlie b eileatautreshm. Derhigte .., the soebaled. orsAdadd -letwbiehriod.'wortraapeekiddy theerealmods era, of terddAnyalbly ;key qu edg. sidwassocieldetyyeadi bridiskitrodik.Ilitterin 48 ot,elelholoyedhyibi ,Ta. . ''.! 1 :( 7') f -,' , -' i : ,,- - - scot a , - ,, .. . ..- ,- our 're es were sere - . - P -1 k.th , '''. ,,,...,-..1 - t r - ---- N. ' ' . - ."e: ' - ' ' -' The hest meetbawwill be belt mixt titm. Mr.. Youngert "brought the 81cond Christian church at the Davies Dental Laboratories. ?tri . , ,-,'.. ' 1 , , - f - Callistio Traisaulty te Wawa Dialler. 'wedfeeder at, the y. Iv. C. A. out the fact that it is tbe oblert to church.: Tbbly members' attended Gresham been emDloyibd at ,,.. 1 4, ,61.Ir..1 ' - ' The Phi Omega Phi tratemity,ot dentition.; ',' ; :'. :,,,-:, -7 - - -; brinif,aut fthe- tnditioalitý' of the sat leers erred a Pbtale'llieek at litiPper factor. -, , - ' - -- -- Augustan& college la entertaitang - d -- pupil and to turn out good Ameri- noon. Next week an all-day meet- .' - i , - ?4,.......,- , ,... , , ''.. ,- - s., ' - - ' '1 . - -.,,.., , - - at a theatre party at the Grand .-:,,,, Circle Plans irelbee. cau--citisens. Mrs. Youngert favor- ing will be beld at the home of Seelal-inneaseemeats. ' . ,-, . - fle .41C.--1'- .-, ,' . gr tN ,r, 1 Lau Nola Annoy , . theatre 401terrow reentilit some Margaret Giles circle, Kia-ira ed with a short piano recital. and 14ra. 'Harry McbMtalð 1624. Sixth The wprkers' ClaISS of First Ila ' . ittstnd arribudrthey widi.lithhoeld - .... "r, ',,,-- e '.' I ie.-- "a , .."'''''''' -. --4 lia e ;0.144 - ' end it. it, Reynolds. :, thtritrty.d:bo, thb.,),fvg.invegameat,111hodatattbeirre,Dattgliters, held an all day meeting refreshments, were served by the street' - i, P--"----:"''' . - , , , , ' ;, ' ' ' ' ' - led ....N... , 1 yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. 3 : ----::-2 LI rital i -4 , - m hostess, 7 . - t- - s, - - ItiteirlAP-w The theatre party' to lee ,C.APPY ii. essith in mfien.- The ,members Mrs.Abrahamson used earnstions ., Gress-Task Wedding. ; There will be a picnic luncheon st : - ' 1 ) - bowomoso Oros. more wieetasts. - 7 n.... 'Melte will be Preceded bT, &moor rooted on articles to be Bahl st a in tile !borne:And presiding at the - Iiiss Mildred Pehlke, daughter of noon. . ,. L, - tt,itrarr intad- fax. mi.,. with, juo. w. ar Amen Isit Tbir. 206 pv tat Terrace Gariens. .---., --, - Miss Nola It Connor, 1 en . . Coffee to be held the first of the tea table was Itirarg. L. Nordgren. Mrs. A. N. Westland, 1012 - Four- ' ' - The next meeting will be held Jan. teenth avellue. and Lester Greets-, KID 3reoir DE BANIElltrift, ' .', ,- - - .2-..... ,,,I ,..11, Its. A few ha. entroo I L;.---1-4-io-r-,- --I l':.,1.-:- 1 as "Kid : , v . :- pixy pet.1- - ,.;.,- S - - -- --: : , 1- CIM111:011 USIC r s '"" i - , - : , , 111-113 W. 3rd St.-- - Davenport, la. - ,k - ' "Where The West Begins" - - - Only en of the Twenty-Five - 7 Snecial Sale Pianos Remain Unsold , - 0 0, -- lb, Mar gee a Miff 011beff M, 11010 a .10.111S IWO inampurialbe ,-, 4 r i . a - ,,, , . ., , , , . - , - . i',-- , 6$ s l'Isi, ' , , '' kt,' 6.411. ' yds viAoft" . 7 ' -.. VS FAUSICs. ' 00 .Aftt 0 is- 0 LAI'S c. , . , - , ' , -:, ' i f . tit- .1ifko t4TE 1.1: -411:4.1.....,c ov".1 tAust - istkizt .01 uS . Vt14 CI , ýi bk f , fris 1 spit., :.711.11 . 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