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IHK ROCK ISLAND AR.GUS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1010.
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litude Club Meeting.
The Etude club met yesterday after
aoon at the home of Mrs. Rose Ober
aoltzer. 33 Oak Lane, Davenport. The
program was In charge of Mrs. Ober
holtzer, Mrs. Soper. Mrs. Van Duzer
and Miss Edna Stark. Women com
posers were studied and an Interest
ing program was carried out. Mrs.
Soper sang with unusual sweetness
and expression, and the piano play
ing by Mrs. Oberholtzer and Miss
Static vas characterized by great bril
liancy. Mrs. Van Duzer played the
cornet with her accustomed purity
and sv."eetnes3 of tone. On the whole
the program was a great success. The
iicstess served delicious refreshments
it the conclusion of the program and
a social time followed. The next meet
lug will be held Dec. 15 at the home
of M'ss Bruning, 130S Ripley street,
Davenrort. The Etude club was rep
res:?nd at the second district meet
ing of the Federated Woman's club
held at the Outing clut last Wednes
day by the instrumental sextet, com
posed of Miss Gertrude House 1, Miss
Srinr. Stolley, Miss Margo Kohn. Miss
Irma Kohn. Mrs. Harry Van Duzer
and Mis. Arthur Griggs.
Tha program follows:
a. "Me India" Adele Aus Der Ohe
b. "Spring Song-' Stepan Esipoff
c. "Reverie" F. Acherton
d. "Sundown"' Helen Hapekirk
a. "lust a Wearyin' for You"
b. "I Love You Truly"
c. '"Longing" .... Carrie Jacobs Bond
Mrs. II. Van Duzer.
Miss Kiimer, reader; Mrs. A. G.
c. Minor Prolude Rachmaninoff
Miss Edna Stark.
Vocal Ind an Love Lyrics.
a. "Tnc Temple Bells"
b. "Lass Than the Dust"
c. "Kashmiri Song
Amy Woodforde Findeu
Mrs. R. D. Soper.
(R)bert Macdonald, accompanist.)
"I Trust In Thee O Lord''
Mrs. II. E. Van Duzer.
"Till 1 Wake". Amy Woodforde Finden
Mrs. F. D. Soper.
Concerto Allegro Con Scioltezza
Mrs. 11. H. A. Beach
t Orchestra accompaniment on two
ipianoa, Miss Viola Koch.)
KntertAins Cinch Club.
Mrs. H. E. Beck, at her home, 720
Sixteenth avenue, Mollne yesterday
afternoon entertained the Tri-City
Cinch club at a birthday par
ty. Cinch was played at three
tables. All prizes were won
by Keck Island ladies, first going
to Mrs. Jacob Ohlweiler, second to
Mrs. A. Pool, booby to Mrs. J. R. Nel
son, and consolation to Mrs. Verhale
The cinch club presented the hostess
with three hand-painted havlland dish
es. An elaborate four-course dinner
was served. The decorations were
pink and white carnations, and smilax.
Central Bazar and Supper.
The ladies of the Central Presbyter
jian . hurch conducted a bazar and sup
per ; the chapel yesterday afternoon
land evening. They cleared $5 which
will L2 used for the church building
New Men' Brotherhood.
Las, evening at the First Methodist i
rhurc;i a croup of men of the congre
gation gathered in the assembly room
to farther the plans for the organiza-
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Shop Early; Buy Practical Gifts; Buy Something your Family and
Friends will keep and treasure. Buy Furniture,
Stoves, Rugs or Draperies
0?w, a. ' C fTnAZ enables cvorvono to give Christmas presents that are
UP by SteiTS. OI lreCllI useful and appreciated. You do not need a poeket full of
money t buv from Spencers' select whatever you want pay what you can, and we will arrange
the balance according to how von get paid; it is more sensible to buy a Heater, Range, Dresser,
Davenport, Rug or rnany other articles similar to these and use them while paying for them, than it
is to squander a lot of money in useless trinkets soon forgotten.
Come in See what we have. You don't have to buy then decide later.
REVOLVING BED DAVENPOR
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We call vour attention to our West Window wherein we are demonM rating the Kmdel F.ed Davenport.
A workiiio- model operated bv pnwcr is shown sec how easy the Kiudel i)eratfs; doe.-- not have to he
pulled awav from the wall: "mattress is inside joid away from dirt and dut. You sleep on the mattress,
not on the outside covering as on other bod davenports. The Kindel has the softest bed ot any bed daven
port made. Come in and we will prove it. Sold on Easy Payments or for Cash.
OO, With every purchase of 25c or
J JL over at the store only.
HOME TEA CO.
317 Twentieth Street. 1006 Third Avenue
Old phone 194, New 5261 Old phone 984.
Notice the big drop on the pork market.
We have plenty of fresh dressed poultry such as turkeys,
ducks, geese and chickens.
Pork loins -fl yfi
per pound . . . . M -Hrl
Pork shoulders, fj
per pound . . . . M teC
Pork roasts, T
per pound .... MJ)0
Pork sausage, fl TN
per pound . ... 11 MJ'
Hamburger, f f
per pound . ...flL''Cr
Veal stew, -n
per pound . . . . M MJSL
Leaf lard fl Si
per pound . ... 11 rfi-O
Sugar cured ham
per pound ,
Rib roast beef, -fl Th
per pound . . . . fl UJ'l
per pound . . M wo
Round steak, '
per pound . . . . H
per pound jrs
Home made lard P2
per pound ....muQmV
Yours for business
Out Of Town Trade
Buy your Christ mas Gifts
here and we will hold them
until you want t h e m
shipped. Remember your
CREDIT is GOOD and
We Fay the Freight
sM W, Genuine brass bed with wire spring,
I MM is 125
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A Xmas Suggestion
A vAcc I'.ulTet or china closet.
Our V.r.p is coniiilte. OJia
tion of a Men's Brotherhood. It was
decided to hold a banquet at the
church Dec. 15, to which all of the
men cf 1he congregation will be invit
ed ind at which plans for the perfect
ins of the organization will be com
pleted. Reliance Club Meeting.
The Reliance club of Grace Luther
an church was entertained at the home
of T. S. (Allsen, 1320 Sixth avenue. Mo
line, last evening. Routine business
occupied the large portion of the eve
ning and It was decided at this time
to continue the publication of the
chur h paper Grace Tidines which the
club has issued for seven years. The
business session was followed by a
social time and refreshments were
Mission Society Meeting.
Th-3 Woman's Foreign Mission so
ciety of the First Methodist church
met yesterday afternoon with the
Misses Battles. 1011 Second avenue
The program was unusually interest
ing and instructive. J Musical numbers
were given by Miss Ida Sippel who
sang, the Misses Florence Spaulding
and OIso Olson nlaved' a' nlann rliit"
Si j and M'ss Spaulding gave a piano solo.
njjg i ntam6 u" iiwasiuiiurj iop;c3 w ere
given by Mrs. Hodges, and Mrs. Buck
ner and a missionary quizz was con
ducted by Mrs. Short." Refreshments
were Ft-rved following the program
and the ladies enjoyed a pleasant so
Dinner and Card Party.
Mr. Robert Bennett. 834 Twenty
third street, last evening entertained
at a dinner and card party. Five
hundred, was played at eight tables
and M.s. C. U. Silvis and Capt. W. H.
WhUIer took the favors. The affair
was a very pretty and enjoyable one.
Entertainment at Milan.
Th's evening the Sunday school
clas3 ot Miss Catherine Carnaghan of
the 1-resbyterian church at Milan will
give an entertainment in the town
hall for the purpose of Taising funds
for the Christmas entertainment of the
church The program will consist of
musical numbers, readings, etc. and
following refreshments will be served.
A nu nter from this city are planning
' Pupil Give MumchIo.
Pu;ils of Miss Mary Alice Williams
of th-s city joined with those of Miss
Mary - Kindsay-Oliver in gHing an in
formal musicale at the hitter's studio
In Moiino last evening. Eighty were ! of tho studio BessU' Raker took thr I huirijeon atid iri'i;e whist pnriy ne.i
present and Miss Oliver served r- (riz?, ;i picture of r octl)ovc:i. l! wa .' Thursday iitivriioun lor Miss Myra
freshments at the conclusion of tho ; .'lino.inc i ly Mis. Oliver that t ho cx- Hear ami Mits Seiuid Froelich bride
program. Those who won most favor prcted soon to present Mirs I!a..cr of la.iuary.
for t;,eir playing were Bessie Baker. 'and Viss Anderson in pul.lic recitals.!
Rock Island, and Gladys Anderson and j i He not InirrJiM :wny hy Prrltemenr.
Haroli Johnson, Moline. In a con'est 1 l'ir .Innuary Itrid.s. ; jut rav. 'Si!?il;ji:i;,-.. i(.t ine w!-i
in na.ning pictures of famous compos t Mrs. Joseph Deutsch of T);ivei'iort vou nr and wiiat you rerr-aent "
ers tln'.t were hung about the wall3'vill tniert?in tri-iiy ladies at a Epictinn.
The Beverage that Satisfies even Confirmed ColTcc Drinker
A scant teaspoon makes two .cups. . Steep five minutes only.
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