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TTTIZimY-tlS KOCS ISLAiiD AimtlS-FEBRUAY.ll, 1920.
a : - ' 1 4 A giMfcSM eases "-" heea aaroaded la yury, white ; XmC WKa Ess Meltwa, Mid Con McKowa of 1231 Six 'tetath street, m hoeteea to the nMBbm otdae Kate Hill Mlsaioa- t .rr society of th First United! Presbyterian churea'laat renins. jliM Mildred Waraock. too preet dat of tha society waa teader for tka evening, aad artfclae vara read hr Mln Ruth Fltttdmmons, Emma . . . n . Hnotmer ana sb now aiarsraui. At tha btulnaaa session, tha rlea president. Miss Margrath prellad. aa ia tha custom daring th month of February. It was de elded that tha aoclety wouflj hare charge of the twilight service at tha Y. W. C. A. Sunday. Feb. 29, when a report of tha atadant vol nnteer eonrention which was held la Dee Moines during the early nart of Jaanary, and which Miss irt Hill, the missionary after whom the society is named, was present, is to be given. Miss Hill has idt her convention notes, which hare been used by the so- dety snd proved so interesting it wa decided to give otners uia op nnrtiinlty to hear them. , Other ran tine business was taken up, and tha remainder of the evening giv es over to sociability and enjoying musical numbers. The hostess , served dainty refreshments In which the valentine suggestion was . prettily carried out The society will meet again in two weeks, the lace to be announced later. Willing Workers Meet The Willing Workers of the Booth Park Presbyterian church. were entertained last evening at the home of Mrs. Maude Carlson, 1813 Thirty-second street Mrs. C. W. Hawes presided and Mrs. C Fuller had charge of .the devotion da. A social hour followed, when refreshments vere served and vic Uo'a music was enjoyed. The next meeting will be held March 9 at the home of Mrs. Emma Evans, 2417 Twenty-fourth-and-a-half street Service Circle Plan Sale. - The service circle of the King's Daughters met last evening at the home of Miss Dorothy and Miss Frances Ruoads, 032 Twenty-first Ireet. A committee composed ct Mrs. Howard Klove, Miss Charlotte 'yHucsing and Misa Katherine Dolty was appointed to be in charge of the treat to be given for the patients it the tuberculosis sanitarium some time this month. Further arrange awnts were made for the sale to be held March 27. The members have itarted to make the dainty little . handkerchiefs, organdy collars and ' covel lamp and candle shades wLich are to form the greatest part ol the goods for purchase. The sale Is to be held at some down town place, more complete arrangements to be made by the committee in charge composed of the Misses Pansy Jones, Margaret Cook, Helen betjens. Celeste Comegys and . Frances Rhoads. The work at the wekly baby clinic held at St An thony's hospital is to be continued, Miss Dorothy McCabe and Miss Helen Detjens to be in charge on Ftb. 13. The next meeting of the tirclewill 'be held at the home of Hiss Pansy Jones, 837 Twenty-third itreet on Feb. 24. loyal Daughters Meet The Loyal Daughters of the Me morial Christian church met yes terday evening at the home of Mrs. J. Paul Duffle. 1017 Seeoad aveaae. After the rowttno bojaaeee aieaffrg. thera was a short bible atady. and thea a aoctaL time waa eajoyed. Tha hosteas served a dainty lunch eon la tha dining roam whara val entine decorations vara ased, af- lectmg a vary pretty eceaa. Tha class will meet March , tha place or xneeuar to be dadded later. Broadway Caffae Fteaaai Hon than 1M parsons attended, tha opffee given at tha home ot Mrs. C. E. Sharps, . 1611 Twenty-nrst street yesterday afternoon for that ladles' aid society ot the Broadway Presbyterian church. Boaqueta of yellow colandulae were used about tha house and yellow eandlea com pleted the color scheme in tha din leg room. ' Mrs. Frank Mlxtar was cnairmaa for tha affair and on tha committee with her were Mrs. Allan Welch, Mrs. C. W. Thatcher and Mrs: 8am Taylor. The afternoon was a very pleasant one. Sale Is CaaeeDea. Tha valentine sale which was to ! have been given by the Veetasent guild of Trinity, Episcopal church' at the rectory yesterday afternoon! was cancelled Because of the great I amount of Illness at present The! members ot the guild have planned j another sale to be given some time after Easter, the exact date not yet Ming determined. The regular! meeting of the guild will be held In tbe parish house on Feb. 24. W01 Have Joint Session. The -Reliance clnb of the Grace Lutheran church will . entertain members of-the trinity Lutheran church of Moline at the meeting to morrow evening. The Moline clnb will furnish- tbe program which will be as follows: Duet A. G. Carlson, - Esley- E. Johnson. ' . Vocal solo Eugene Woodhams, accompanied by Mrs. E . Wood hams. ' Vocal solo Miss Marlowe Lane, accompanied by Eugene Wood bams. Duet The Misses Skinner. Address-tRev. Walter A. Till- bt-rg. Frances. Wfllard Anniversary.. The anniversary of the death ot I Frances Willard. Feb. 17. will be observed by tbe meeting Of the Frances Willard parent-teacher as sociation on, Thursday, afternoon at 3 o'clock at the school. The Can-1 tral W. C. T. U. will be guests of : the association" at- this meeting. Aril interesting program . has been ar ranged for the afternoon and is as follows: Danish Dance of Greeting Pu pils of the first grade. Dance, King of France Pupils of the third grade. The Ace of Diamonds Pupils of the first grade. Talk on the Life ot Francis Wil lard Miss Ella Taylor. Recitation, The Statue" Mrs. Belle Jones. After the program, there will be a sale of home-made pies. ': f --.u.hi hhMi Tha first aer- IfOraaaoe ot the Chfosnaflroaw" a eoaeatto for ptaao aaa wwi wasiatrodaesd with Joeef Hotmann at tha Ptaao, as "0oi Drorskya ptaao compositions. The I "HaaatM uaeue.- "i"' narattva for fall orchestra rot Wad oelphla orchestra la vartowa cttiaa. I tl.B - ... ""ufc wuhuu piaje at toe Aog uUna gymnasium Friday evwolaf. ;No one appeared to know any thing aaoat tha composer ot thea W w. . . wvi t . normaan aaa area hia aeonaintaBM wfh tha MTsteiioas "Dvarsky-U.wae was aw is nm uvug m apain was con nned to correspoodenee. Soar Mr. Hofmann fin mIi m Jind 4k. mystery. Be states that be chose wnnna am latest compositions now pea name in order that he might get the unbiased opinion ot the public aa well aa that of tha critics aad avoid trading upon tae fame which has come to him through his playing. He contends that thoaga a composer ia primar ily guided by hia innate mncal impulse, he nevertheless mast . . . .3- learn to hear hia own works wrl the aar ot ale auditors. Thm, at believes, is of great value tor tat compoeers' farther artistic develop -ntent , ; ... .. Mr. Hofmann Intends to preaarr his "mxn de plunM" for his fartho I jnfJETEffi3KS(8 JHCPPEfcgg tH-CPETEBSEiifciSg IHOteBSSCISg HCjteMSllNS(0 I rJMmB J; x . . I 1 nt l j I i i if i i ii i ii y i r i i ii ii . rR I y S I I 1 I I IV 11111 I I I ( I I I 17 i & ... 1 r ' I I i Shop Early in the Morning Store Opens at 8:30 No Phone or Mail Orders Accented JJ - - - : .- - - - . , 3 muslins, uingnams, ir ' Tpj 5 Flannelette! Efc. LWmogMeni II Began Bay, t sate It fTf I I Bsbhsrs tad near j I Call SPAkK'S Taxi phoVe bay or - SIGHT - R. I. 230 RELIABLE SEBVICE CAREFUL i DRITEBS , Machine Wrapped r From ihe orcns to fhe special parch Jnent -WTapping machmea. comes to your table CLEAN no cboaoe for handfizt&AOust from open Bo EMrromAKaboryotrr bread KORN BAKING CO. "De a good tarn.'' Ask a bey aoswt He knows CRESCENT MARK I trace) ( eaw nv A dcBcacw A food EconomkaJ Noarishhtf;. Keep V red tin handy for any and all occasions. V v A perfect lancheon with cheese, peannt butter, jelly or pawn. Ask your dealer for WEHlGHTIJIY0tlCEIRS , To a cnod turn." Ask a br swat He keowa t yds. 36 In. of that celebrated Red Cross Muslin tl 4 yds. 36 in. splendid bleached Muslin. One of our stan dard brands H. 4 yda, 33 in. fast color dreae Gingham In staple designs L 4 yds. 26 tn, apron check Gingham. Fare Indigo dye fl. 4 yda. Bungalow printed Cretonne. Comfort patterns. Cheap at Ke a yard, 4 yds. for $1. 6 yds. Printed dress Flannelette, 27 Inches wide $1. ' 6 yds. Beat Prints for $1. . - MAIN FLOOR ' 1.00 off on Shoes Ozfova er snap rtamacattMam Skaes-ts4 flaw Corsets Aa assertmeat ( eerMts (&J wU hm Bakn, B4 afl ilaM, kat tmllHt valaM. ia4 nn ft El la, tor Cenets Tklra floor Rompers aa stripe. Choice far ..... tittle Folk"! Sbe Sr fleer WaJB Brushes fl Wart waa kraikea wttk twafU kaaalM. Vase ef tMtt taaryTT wmL US rata far Baby Shoes Bwm far kaky, white, ktaek.CJ taa, ktaek aad watt, tea aart .wMvk Ckaiae tor, sr. Uttk Foiks Skos M floor 3 pr. Stockings Ss4 ttoeklssi tor tko Bta( oao. White, klaek aa4 taa. Bisot. 4 to S. S pr. tor LIUlo Folk's Shop tra flaer s Wash Tub Salrasdsea wash tab, Crop kaaana. Worth MS, tor . 1 s Hand Bags & Parses 1 Soaatas kaitkir kaad kaas aadf pens. Sea attea wttk ntr-a ror aad saun laild pane, tor.." Xata floor Cat Glass Jars Cat (ten aianMlaas Jan wttk Bvor top, cpaeM tor .OaOn, Dot Mala floor Writing Paper t aoeaas of Kara Haca gaper. lit tkoeta, aad a koaattlal art. eahawar for Mala floor Save -.$5 Day We will allow five dol lars on any suit, coat or dress purchased Dollars' Day. Buy your Spring: suit, coat or dress and save 5.00. APPAREL SHOP THIRD FLOOR. Toilet Paper Xiao rone- watt paaar, ua valaa for BasnMBt Jl 2 Spark Plugs BotSlrhoB rtacte poiat (pork Basement Women's Union Suits Hedlaa wlkt aaloa salts,) kick aoek. loaf ileeTee, Sotek cioow , aaii lnctk. Back raarwosa Wsla floor ii 3 yds. Marquisette K Caklo aisrfslsotto, S laefcn wide. Extra, koavy aanty. TUii for ................ Cartala Foartk floor Women's Vests Wanes' naiaar vuta, koSlao top. Bay now aad av. t for.. ! TTedenreax Kaia floor 3 pr. .Women's Hose , 4 boo with kick 4TP aoakto oI.ImV la aa die, trfjl Voiles and Scrims Toti aad erli, S leae( wMe; pwta eter aaa ooraero teat wltk cotond borders. nr for Cvtahw Fearta floor satteod keel aad White aad block eslery Mala floor 3 yds. Ribbon raaey taffeta ribkoa, ioral de-' atra. t taoko 1te S jmrt for.( Blkkoa Mala floor A Cretonnes' St teak eietoaao, aleeoBttaaed pattera. 1 M vala year ckolee, per yard Cartels Fearth floor Lot No. 1 for$l 2 aoK SUekarl 1 lingerie Tape 1 pr. Drees Shields 2 cards Safety Pins i pr. Seven Supporters 1 pkg. Pins 1 box Hate Pins ' Lot No. 2 for $1 4 cards Snap rastners z earda Hook and Eyea 1 pkg. Needles . 3 spools Thread , 2 Bias Tape 1 Taaa Xtaaara 2 card Buttons NOTION'S MAC FLOOR M Curtain Nets IHt eartaia aots, aa Boat I deairas ta tvory aad wklto. jora for ...-..- Cartalaa Foartfe floor td 3p Madras Colored aUnt, 44 takee wMo. Baltable for Dtalac mm Ltrlaf twu, fart oeion, pari yara Cartatsa Foartk floor 1 s Embroidery - ABi ktldoij Kaikrold I wf ots aad laeerUeo conot ' war eikiaHerj. yard oil ittaoc for . ' Kikretderr PTasa tit Z Mexican Baskets A aoakot. naalar . ta aad ti. wan tay last, t tor Art Oept-tad floor 4 Women's Hdkfs. J W ' BwlM kaadker.( assts, oelorec aad wklto ualiaryt 4 for . . ' Haadkawihifs-Piata Floor 6 3Ien's Hdkfs. Soars laa eotan jaaau a tacfln Women's Neckwear A iriauBt of aoek. a; ehole fr.. Tear Mala Floor 2 Metal Bag Tops Ketal kas- top wHh kabu.(4 , teralar Sta aad Tie rmtmrnug Ckate I for w Art Hep- tad floor I 5 Turkish Towels Five watt Trkla fwf Bade froai sta oonoa I lata noad floor- ;Betsy Ross" Silverware 1.50 yalne, choice $1 T Set ot taa spoons tl . 3 Tablespoons ft , 1 Jelly Server Si . t 3 Salad Forks $1 1 Berry Spoon 11 1 Cold Meat Fork tl C Coffee Spoons tl 3 Piece Cnild's Set tl . 1 Gravy Ladle fl -1 Cream Ladle tl ' TV JEWELRY AND SILVER MAIN FLOOR 3 PiBow Cases Tkraa Heaeked aflktw Md trosa stoat gnd of eotSoa . aad wffl taad hard wear . Table Damask A u lack klarkd aatla So daataik ta St good dootgas. Oa( of tao.kwt aradoo, pard .f flataVa II Men's Shirts at 2 for $5 ' Soft eatl styles wb neckbands. Tlioaa real ahfata. Not all aisee of a color, bat yea will be able ta find your alsea In a desirable pattern. Cloths are corded madras, woven mad ras, mercerised cloths aad a few woven madras with fibre etrrpea. Fortaer prices ot these shirts were low at 3.00 and ISO, Choice t for j0L . MEN'S SHOP MAIN FLOOR 1 A acta aaUk. and, tor 6 Napkins aaakfct uttk atjLP Oao of tke tdQ LtaMaW BsMfsat fWor Boys' Shirts Boy obOb; laaaol kirta aad kleaHs. aesalar prlee .Ja, Ckotoo for Box Owa gkop eaa floor A 2 Scarfs brtsuMd earf, 11x24 ta' I daslaa. for.-.. Uaaa Aeooad fleer' A s Stocking Caps Bot Stock la- cap la an col- en. Special for Dollar Day, year eke lee for v . Boy Owa Skop dad floor A 'sS Men's shirts in neckband, soft and stiff cuff styles, and soft collar attached. Brok en ranges, of conrse, but all of them worth considerably more than this price at whole sale. Each IjOO. Men's work shirts, roomy and comfort ' able and well made of good materials. Made of black twill cloth of heavy weight, and navy bine, light and medium blue cbam bray. Sizes 14 to 17. Each 1M. MEN'S SHOP MAIN FLOOft Women's Silk Gloves WiaeTi t-elasp silk fftoreaj taa, aery aad grey; raise to MS; ckolee for...-. Glove Hala Floor A s Men's Cans A Cap for Bira ad roaar men! ta Beat pattern, good eloths ad workmaimklpt Taloe tog i oar emiie ror 3Icb' Shop MaJ Floor Suede Gloves ' WoaieB' f-elup Mack nede" (lTt apoctal far Dollar Dar. GUrel Jlata Floor A s Bungalow Aprons Bniraliiw aproa f rood per. cole, cut full; M aad valaet; year cbolre for... Apparel Shop Tkim Floor A S . Shaving Outfit 1 William's Shaving; Cream. 1 Shaving Dauber. 1 After shaving Lotion, FrofltUla. 1 William 'a Talcum Pow der. 1 Bottle William's Toilet Water. . , All for $1 DHTK1B MAIN FLOOR. Lingerie Blouses IJnrerle . sIobim, llrkdyl eeOed fro at kmadliar; tM aad fUS rale ckolee for Apparel 8kp Tklrd Floor Muslin Gowns Vnlla rows, lac aad kroldery trimmed; all rfrnlar !; l.:t vala tor Apparel 8kp Tklrd Floor 2 Boys Blouses A Bon klielue ta Blala aad I eert aoatat rreral wkokMal todays for. Boys' Owa akep' Beeeod rioor Petticoats A Colored sateea pettteoat, ct( fall, wU Biade; , ia aad Ml, valaoii ckolee . , Apparel Skop Tklrd Floor $ Sleeping Garments Boy' one-plrr itrepla far-1 awat wltk or wltkost toet; , ckolee tor Bey Owa Skop fleeead Floor A Boys' Fancy Caps By faarr cape, takaad ei iprtac welcklai um vaiat year. "JeS aVerBoo ooto BoyC Owa Skop Socoad Floor as Boys' Wash Suits Boy waak eaiu la (I I tol Si aew eprlant style la arteda colon; ckolee for Boy' Owa Skop Beed .Floor 7 Pairs Men's ! Hose " : ' for $3 "' V Our standard silk mixed Lnxite hose in Mack, white, pearl. jgue metal, navy, palm beach and tan. This hose if boaght today would -have to retail at around 1.00 tbe pair. Kor Sprint; wear they are very popular having almost the ap- ' pearance of a pare silk hose with better wearias qualities. ' Thoroughly reinforced at all points of wear.. y MEW'S SHOP MAIN FLOOR r3