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THE ROCK TSEXTTO rAT
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MOLTNE WOMAN'S CLUB.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP" THE
Moline Woman's club "will be held to
morrow afternoon- The animal lec
tion of officers will he. held. The an
cnal garden part at Allendale, will
this year be held as early In June as lar artists of Darenport will give the
C Stern of Davenport. Seren of these
are to be elected.
The ninBlcal program for the day
promises to be an excellent one and
Mrs. Otto Selffert is in charge. Mrs.
Hogo Schmidt, pianist and Sirs. Wil
liam Waterman, contralto, both popu-
possible, last year's having been held
In the fall owing to Mrs. Allen's ab
sence in Europe.
Officers nominated at the meeting of
April 8 are:
President Mrs. Mary Knowles En
trikin. First vice president Mrs. E. H.
Second vice president Mrs. Frank
Ihifva, Mrs. A. C. Bowser.
Recording secretary Miss Molly
Corresponding secretary Mrs J. L.
Irving, Miss Katherlne Gest, Rock Is
land. Treasurer Mrs. A. C. Barber, Mrs.
Directors Mrsdames A. L. Warne'",
A. C. Croswell. A. L. Moore, O. F
Anderson. G- W. Crampton, F. E.
Leavens, John MeEniry, W. C. Ben
nett, Gus Llndvall of Moline. Mrs.
Carl Helpenstell and Mrs. C. C Car
ter of Rock Island ar.d Mrs. C. A.
Moore, Mrs. J. J. Dorgan and Mrs. L. i
(a) Bird In the High-Hall Garden,
(b) Catch Not My Breath, from Ten
nyson's Maude (Whetley) Mrs. Wat
erman. Ballad, Lorraine. Lorraine, Loree,
(Herman Lohr) Mrs. Waterman.
Mrs. Waterman will be accompan
ied by Mrs. Ludo Bmning-Starback of
K ALUM AN-ABRAHAM SON.
THE HOME OF DR. F. G. ABRA
hamaon, 4216 Eighth avenue, was
the scene of a pretty home wedding
Wednesday evening when Miss Lidla
Abrahamson. cousin of Dr. Abrahamson,
became the bride of Richard Kallman
of Moline. The simple but impress
ive ring ceremony was performed at
8 o'clock by Dr. Abrahamson, the
bride's aunt. Mrs. Abrahamson, giv
ing her away. The attendants were
the bride's cousin. Miss Florinda
Abrahamson and Miss Kallman, the
bridegroom's sister, and F. Beck
strota' axLd g. Samuelson. Tne bride
was charming in a gown of white
embroidered mull. She wore a bridal
veil and carried a shower bouquet of
bride roses. The bridesmaids were
gowned in pretty white robes and
carried pink carnations. The house
was decorated in green and pink,
and the ceremony wag performed In
the parlor before & bank of palmi.
After congratulation a wedding din
ner was served. The young couple
will make their home in Moline upon
return from a short wedding trip.
RECEPTION FOR BRIDE.
MRS. J. F. FREEMAN AND
daughters, the Misses Ellen and Es
ther Freeman, entertained at a re
ception Wednesday afternoon in hon
on cf Mrs. David Freeman, a bride
of last month, when 65 guests were
invited to meet her. Receiving were
Mrs. J. F. Freeman, Mrs. G. T.
Munn, mother of the bride, the
Misses Freeman and the guest of
honor. It waa an informal recep
tion and many guests carried fancy
work. A musical program was given
during the afternoon as entertain
ment. Mrs. .Edla Lund pleased with
vocal selections and Miss Minnie
Johnson of Rock Island gave a vo
cal number. The Misses Edith Thu
lin and Ellen Freeman gave a piano
duet. A dellclons collation was serv
ed during the afternoon. Carnations,
roses and sweet peas were used in
decorating the home. Mrs. Freeman
wore her wedding gown, a charming
creation of marquisette, over 6atln.
Dr. and Mrs. Freeman will be at
home to their friends after June 1
at 614 Twenty-fourth street, Moline.
ETUDE CLUB PROGRAM.
THE ETUDE CLUB HELD ITS
last miscellaneous program of the year
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. A. Hoegebeck, 12S West Elev
enth street, Davenport. Each number
was well rendered and greatly enjoy
ed. Tbis closes the work for the year
for the club, the next meeting being a
business session at the home cf Miss
Augustana Singing Organziation
Closes Moit Successful Sea
son of Career.
TrtS f CI .A UTk 17 1 THIP AVRNUB
tti Jim-snot '
NOTHING like concrete examples to show you just
how the May Carnival is Working Every Day.
The savings are so real, so large, that people think it
worth while to come from as far away as Peoria, Gales
burg, Dubuque, Ottumwa and even Des Moines to share
the benefits. One New York lady visiting in the city re
marked how absurd it seemed to buy largely in Rock Is
land to take back to New York, but the opportunity was
too great to pass.
Then the public know McCabe's and McCabe methods and real
ize that these discounts apply to the same low prices that always prevail
Nothing is ever marked at higher prices during a discount sale or any
other sale at McCabz's there is only one price here and that always the
lowest. From this lowest price you get the handsome discounts during
the May Carnival.
Such real savings as these are worth while
12 yards of black silk for that dress so
long wanted, at $1.03 yard $12.00
Discount 20 per cent 2.40
Cost you $ 9-60
10 yards of that pretty wash material
at 30c yard $
Discount 10 per cent
Cosr you . $ 2.70
30c saved not such a big item, but it cost
you nothing to save it.
Shoes for the four children, average $2
pair $ 8.00
Shoes for yourself 3.50
Shoes for your husband 3.50
Discount 10 per cent 1.50
Cost you $13.50
That $1.50 saved cost just the trouble cf
coming for it. It will buy hosiery for the en
Half dozen shirts for the man of the
2 at 75c $ 1.50
2 at $1.00 2.00
2 at $1.50 3.00
Total $ 6.50
Discount 20 per cent 1.30
;Cost him $ 5.20
The $1.30 saved by coming for it pays for
. nice tie and half dozen collars. He gets
these for nothing.
The suit the lady wants is $37.50. She
hasn't the price only $25.00. Come right in,
madam that $37.50 suit goes this way now
Less 33 1-3 per cent 12.50
You pay , $25.00
You save $12.50 and get your suit.
Is It a dress? There are $12.50 dresses at
25 per cent discount, making them $9.37.
$25.00 dresses at 33 1-3 per cent off, making
them only 9 lt 67.
Beautiful fancy beltings, per inch Less
33 1-3 per cent
Good trunks, well bound $3.45. "Xiess 20
Good umbrellas 50. Less 20 per cent.
Ladies' Swiss ribbed vests, full fashioned,
fancy trimmed and taped, 10. Less 10 per
Men's ribbed Bal. shirts and drawers, tan
and white, a 11 sizes, each 25. Less 20 per
Men's fancy colored cotton hose, all sizes,
10. Less 20 per cent.
Men's silk ties, full length, new designs,
154, 2 or -5. Less 10 per cent.
Ladies low neck knee length Union Suits,
extra lace trimmed, 29f. Less 20 per cent.
Women's shirtwaists trimmed with lace or
embroidery, 95. Less 20 per cent.
Summer Porch Chairs, good, substantial
make, 1.75. Less 20 per cent.
Lace Curtains in very pretty patterns, pair,
2.00. Les s 20 per cent.
The v Winner berg chorus of Angus
tana, college held its annual meeting
last night. Reports showed that the
glee-club bad a very successful season
this year, making the most extensive
tour In its history and having a bal
ance of over $200 on the credit side
of its ledger. Northern Michigan will
be the territory which the chorus will
Invade next year. Prof. Peter John
60n, who so excellently directed the
male singers the past season, will
have charge of the baton again next
year. Election of officers resulted as
- President J. A. Samuelson.
Vice president Elmer Olsen.
Secretary Sigfrid Blomgren.
Treasurer Emil Johnson.
Manager A. V. Johnson.
Assistant manager Emil Johnson.
Librarian C. G. Anderson.
Historian Emil Westlund.
Music committee Prof. Peter John
son, J. A. Samuelson, Tngve Joranson,
A. W. Johnson, Martin Gustafson.
And so the list goes on through thousands of items, things you
want and must have at some time or other and can get now at a distinct
and welcome saving.
Selma Stolley In Davenport. The pro
gram given yesterday:
Piano, Prelude Rachmaninoff
Miss Edna Stark.
Voice, Divine Redeemer Gounod
Violin Obligato, Miss Stolley.
Voice, The Asra Rubinstein
Piano, Gondoliera '. Liszt
Voice, Indian Love Lyrics
Amy Woodford Finden
(a) Temple Bells.
(b) Less Than the Dust.
(c) Kashmiri Song.
(d) Till I Wake.
Violin, Legende Bohm
Voice, He Shall Feed His Flock,
from "The Messiah" . Handel
Piano, Hungarian Rhapsody .... Liszt
Voice, My Heart at Thy SweetiVoice,
from "Samson and Delilah"
Reading, "Rebecca's Journey"......
MEN'S CLUB BANQUET.
THE YOUNG MEN'S CLASS OF
Spencer Memorial Methodist church
last evening entertained at a banquet
the men of the Silvls Methodist
church, 20 of the latter being present.
A committee from the Ladles' Aid so
ciety served n course supper in the
church dining room, covers being laid
for 63 men. The tables were beautiful
ly decorated in apple blossoms and li
lacs. Rev. F. E. Shult, acting as
toastmaster called for toasts from J.
F. "Witter. Rev. E. W. Thompson and
Rev. Alexander Smith. The affair was
very Informal In nature and was much
enjoyed. The Silvls club will enter
tain the Spencer club at some future
SPENCER MISSION SOCIETY.
THE WOMAN'S MISSIONARY So
ciety of Spencer Memorial Methodist
church held a meeting yesterday after
noon with Mrs. Delia Buckert, 920
Forty-fourth street. Mrs. Qulst was
C. L. Lutes district president of the
Woman's Missionary societies was
present and gave an account of the
conference work. Plana were made
for the Jubilee program service to be
held by the Missionary Social union
at the church June 13 and the program
will 'be completed in a short time
Plans were also made for the opening
of the mite box service to be held
ANNOUNCE WEDDING DATE.
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
the date of the wedding of Miss Hel
en Hartzell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Hartzell of Moline and E. Q.
Dean, son of Mr. and Mra, H. D.
Dean of Rock Island. The marriage
will be solemnized June 7. Miss
Hartzell is to be honored guest at
many pre-miptial functions the first
to be given this evening when Miss
Winnie Buck and Mrs. Henry Lund-
berg will entertain at the Buck
home. - ' .
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THE EDUCATIONAL COMMIT-
tee of Bethany home has arranged
for a costume tea to be given at the
home of Mrs. E. W. Hurt Thursday
afternoon. May 25. Coffee, tea,
sandwiches and cake will be served
during the afternoon by young
ladies In costume. It promise to be
a delightful social affair as well as
a money making project.
LUNCHEON ON STEAMER.
MRS. CHARLES KELLER WAS
the hostess to a number of lady
friends at a luncheon served on the
steamer David Tipton at 1 o'clock to
day. The afternoon entertainment
included a short river trip.
RODAMO DANCING PARTY.
THE RODAMO SOCIAL CLUB HAS
issued Invitations for their May party
and dance to be given at the Watch.
Tower Ins Tuesday evening. Hay 23.
A Burglar's Awful Deed
may not paralyze a home so complete
ly as a mother's long Illness. Bat Dr.
King's New Life pins are a splendid
remedy for women. "They gave me
wonderful benefit in constipation and
female trouble," wrote Mrs. M. C
Dunlap. of Leadill.'Vll?- If ail leg.
wry them, 25 cents at
with a reason that it
It's easy to buy a thing that's just what you want and
to wear you are sure to find just what you want and
With litfht-weitfht prices
The right kind for tbis balmy
May weather the " newest
styles of the season in Hart,
Schaffner & Marx, Society
brand and other makes in all
the newest shades, including
the always popular blue serge
Special .values in two-piece
suits, the sort that ordinarily
sell for $26, M. & K. price
Extra values in Cloth craft
guaranteed all-wool suits $15.
"B. K." Styles
"The straw without a flaw,"
the lightest, coolest classiest
split straws, Sennits, Milans,
Mackinaws and Bangkoks. A
B. & K. straw hat for a cool
$1 to $5
A becoming shape for the
younger heads as well as the
older ones. . See that window
A plenty in the latest sum
mer shapes qualities de luxe,
$6.50 to $10
Newest style in Stetson Spe
cial soft hats and other makes,
$2, $3 and $3.50.
Traveling bags and trunks
that will serve you well and
look well wherever you go.
Suit cases, special $5.
Ed. Clapp Shoes
Bench made shoes, the fin
est in this broad land of ours.
We have all the latest lasts and
leathers in the celebrated Ed
win Clapp low cuts at $6.
Good serviceable work
shoes tor men special
To the Summer-Man:
. May we have the pje
summer fixings and other
Have you shirts for '
or the kind with French c
about cool comfortable s
like some easy-fitting, w
We've plenty of shii
to them in the way of t
to show them to you.
W ewould particularly
your head They are the
sine, "The straw withotr
A cool head is a goc
solid comfort, your shoe:
We have the right stylei
Clapp, Florsheim, Comm
Our low cuts are made o
tite" and don't gap or si
We make you feel go
give you fixings that look
you values that are bet
Vlake us feel good b
May 12, 1911.
First of all the summer boy should have
everything that the lively lads need and
Boys' Duplex Suits
with two pairs knicker pants
Are ju3t the thing for the summer boy they are
made of all wool materials in all the newest patterns
the best values we know of at $4.50 and
Boys Straw Hats 50c and $1
Boys' Underwear 25 and 50c
Boys Neckwear 25c
Special values in Boys' Oxfords, all leath
ers. Also Elk-skin Shoes in green and tan.
ever3 boy's suit.
good, cool, corr;
a little better bo
A wealth of varieti
$4.85. Special vali
Special Values in
Best values in to
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