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nUDyTOE R0CH"l3tAND GUUUARCH 19, 1920.
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Ity Women Act ,
lU-Patroaesses To
Paniharst Lecture
Jnefthi trl-cttles are an-
wtth , enthusiasm the
ir ; Mrs. EHJBWllae PsaE-
't. aader aoapiees of the Trl-
Trm erob. Friday evening.
Her address will be de
sred la the Augnatana college
-maaalam. If she erclTee la time
will be invited to accept boa
Ultty of some womaa'a organ ixa
oo friar to her public appearance.
Although Mrs. Paakhurst gained
t laUraetlonal reputation as
T of the movement in England
woman's suffrage, her militant
nd baa not esused any division
ajsmtlmeot that she should he
aplendid reception In the
.tes. because of her known
Wllty aa a leader of thought In
ier country.
The atrength of this sentiment Is
ibwn In the list of patronesses
ad In the number who hare en
.isted in anpport of thia entertain
aent Following are the name of
Jse women of Rock Island who will
aerva aa patronesses, and In subse
quent editions the patronesses of
Davenport and Moline will be pub-
Mrs. Leo Larkin. Mrs. C B. Mar
shall, Mrs. C. A. Curry. Mrs. J. P.
Dolly, Mrs. Thomas Dolly. Mrs.
Dudley Marshall, Mrs. L. S. Mc
Cabe, Mlsa Marguerite McCabe,
Mrs. T. E. Marshall, Mrs. Edward
Manhard. Mrs. John Mohl. Mrs. J.
W. Potter, Mrs. M. W. Campbell,
Mrs. T, J. Rvder, Mrs. Carl E.
Shields, Mrs. O. J. Stirratt, Mrs. A.
Mosenfelder, Mrs. Mayer Levi. Miss
Pauline Levi, Mrs. C. U Thomp
son, Mrs. 0. M. Myers, Mrs. Vern
H. Stevens, Mrs. Frank Brough.
Mrs. Edna Tucker, Miss Katherine
(lest, Mrs. A. franklin Sala, Mrs.
C. L. Bllvts. Miss Millicent Spencer,
1 1 Mrs. Fred Mueller, Mrs. E. C.
IXander, Mrs. L. A. Schmidt. Mrs. C.
t. Dearie, mrs. j. rw ulid,
Clyde Marshall, Mrs C. E. Sharp,
Mrs. R. M. Pearce. Mra. A. L, Rich
ards, Mrs. George Perrtn, Mrs. Wil
liam Paulsen, Mrs. William Mc
Lean Stewart, Mrs. E. H. Stafford,
Mis. J. C. Bodewlg, Mrs. a. u.
Connelly, Mrs. J. B. Bassett. Mrs.
Oeorre Davis. Mrs. I. S. White, Mrs.
Faye .Crist Wolf, Mrs C. A.Halt-
grea, Miss seima Hear, airs. i. t.
TSiten, Mrs. Fred Titterington,
Mrs. J. L. Vernon. Mrs. C. L. Walk-
Mra. H. A. Weld, Mrs. w. u
Yellman, Mrs. C. A. Hoge, Mrs. M.
M. Sturgeon, Miss Jennio Sturgeon,
MTal Kobert Wagner, Mrs. Edward
Bricn, Mrs. Charles Esplin, Mrs. C.
R. Chamberltn, Mrs. Belle Jones,
Mrs. Louis Ostrom, Mrs. M. S.
Heagy, Mrs. DeVore Simonson,
Mrs. C. J. Long. Mrs. J. R. Freeman,
Mra. T. E. Canty, Mrs. F . c. uena
mann, Mrs. Ben J. Mitchell. Mrs.
George Sheldon, Mrs. Frank Mixter.
Mt. W. G. Oglevee, Mrs. W. J.
3weney, Mrs. J. F. Lareiner, Mrs.
Ijaul Teterson. Mrs. C. E. Bryan,
Mrs. W. P. Ammerman, Mrs. G. w.
Aekley, Mrs. J. W. Armstrong, Mrs.
L. E. Burch. Mrs. E. G. Don. Mrs.
3s YV. Dunham. Mrs. Raymond Wil
son, Mrs. H. S. Bollman. Mrs. Sam
Swltaer. Mrs. F. H. First; Mrs. J.
IjPs Ouffln, Mrs. Mary Bailey, Mrs.
A. M, Bruner, Mrs. F. w. uenaer.
Mrs. "Howard Klove, Mlgs Mary
Adkins. Mrs. J. E. Clarkson. Mrs.
1J."W, Maucker. Mrs. A. B. DuVon,
Mrs. William Hodgson, Mrs. H. W.
Crawford, Mra. B. E Jones, Mrs.
If 3. Hote, Mra. A. R. Wallin, Mrs.
3. H. Hauberg, Mrs. w. Hawes,
Mra. Ed Dunavin, Mrs. E. B. Kres,
Mra. B. C. Utecht, Mrs. G. A. An
dreen. Mrs. G. M. Babcock. Mrs.
gllrving D. Burgh. Mrs. John F. Har
iris, Mrs. xl. uooiey, airs, inaries
IK. Mixter, MIbs Bella Carpenter,
Miss Cora Gaetjer. Mrs. Percy
Fry, Miss Kathryn Larkin. Mrs. E.
V. Collision, Mrs. George Bartholo
mew, Mrs. Fred DeLong, Mrs. L.
G. Abrahamaon. Mrs. Adair Pleas
ants, Mrs. Ben A. Koch, Mrs. H. G.
Trent. Mrs. J. hi Vance, Mrs. W. J.
Sweeney, . Mrs. C. S. McCollister.
Mrs. H. H. Cleaveland, Mrs. John
13. 1 Foley. Mrs. Ardo W. Mitchell,
Mrs. Harry Knox, Mrs. C. E. Rohb.
Mrs. Joe MoCrory, Mrs. C. W.
PThatcher, Mrs. L. E. west, Miss
Ruth West the Misses Battles,
Mrs. F. K. Rhoads, Mrs. Walter A.
Roaenfleld.
Is la oonneeUoa with the evangel
istic campaign being carried oat
this week at the church and prom
ises to be very interesting.
Sew Qvtlt HMu at Heattag.
Eighteen ladles of the ladies' aid
society of the Fifteenth Avenue
Chrlatma church mat yesterday
aftarnoon la the church and sewed
qulH blocks. Mrs. Dan Sollen
berger was hostess of the after
noon, and served delicious refresh
ments. The aid society will meet
next Thursday afternoon la the
church, with Mrs. Gearhart ss host
ess. I
Ballot ea Candidates.
Three names were balloted upon
at the meeting of the Helen Gould
auxiliary in Memorial hall yester
day evening. These candidates w!llj
be initiated at a later meeting.
There were 25 members present,
and plans were made for the 7
o'clock dinner to be given for the
Spanish War Veterans in Memorial
hall April 16. A class of 10 candi
dates will be Initiated at the meet
ing of April 10. The next regular
meeting of the auxiliary will be
AJrtl L
Jeyeanx Club.
'Mrs. John Kavanaugh entertain
ed members of the Joyeaux club
yesterday afternoon at her home,
4309 Fifteenth avenue. All the
members and one guest were pres
ent, and the afternoon was a met
pleasant one spent with fancy
work and an informal musical pro
gram. A delicious luncheon was
served. The meeting in two weeks
will be held at the home of Mrs. J.
A. Moberg, 1729 Fourteenth avenue,
Moline.
Attend Conference.
The ladies of the missionary so
ciety of the Gloria Dei United
Presbyterian church attended the
conference at the First United Pres
byterian church yesterday instead
of holding the regular meeting of
the society. The next meeting will
be held April 1, in the church, un
less otherwise announced.
. Announce Engagement.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Harrod of 814
Forty-third street, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Miss
Creta Agnes, to Howard E. Snell
of Moline, formerly of Callio, Mo.
The wedding will take place in the
near future. Miss Harrod made
her home in Galesburg until two
years ago when she came to Rock
Island with her parents. She has
been employed at the Tractor com
pany. Mr. Snell is employed with
the Wright Manufacturing com
pany. Lady Elks Social Meeting.
The Lady Elks held a social
meeting yesterday afternoon at the
club rooms when four tables of 500
were played. Prizes in the games
went to Mrs. C. N. Isaacson and
Miss R. Stewart. Following the
games refreshments were served
by the committee composed of Mrs
Isaacson. Mrs. William Treftz, Mrs.
M. M. Harder and Mrs. Walter
Kolloff. The next meeting will be
a social and business session on
April 1.
Postpone Department Meeting.
The postponed meeting1 ot the
city welfare department of the
wars present, sad the amusement
program presented made the ven
ture out into the rain well worth
while. The program was carried
out as announced, the booths and
parcel post ssls were well patron
lsed. and a general good time was
enjoyed by every one. The sum
caits. and la practically every city
she was received as a return date
artist who could never wear out
her welcome. She' reads Both
humorous numbers, nature poems
and modern classics, easily passing
from the ridiculous to the sublime
and her voice is a thing of beauty
for the use of members sad friends
who are invited to call and enjoy
coffee, tea, sandwiches or cakes la
an artistic atmosphere.
This coffee house Idea which is
all the rage in the east, is some
thing entirely new in this vicin
ity. The league is sending out an
nouncements of its opening in the
form of attractive cards designed
by. Herman Moore, instructor of
the league.
Mrs. Hugh Curtis of Rock Is
land, Mrs. George Mixter of Mo
line and Mrs. Arthur D. Ficke,
Mrs. Edward K. Putnam and Miss
Elisabeth D. Putnam of Davenport
will act as hostesses Saturday at'
the opening reception. Miss Gene
Robeson will have charge of the
coffee room, and it is planned to
have an exchange of art things and
beautiful pieces of hand work, ba
tik, etc
Large Crowd at Card Party.
Eliza J. Humes chapter. No. 351.
Women of Moosehart legion, gave!
a largely attended card party last
night st Math's hall, when eracn
and 600 were the games play
ed. Eight prizes were given the
wnners at the various tables, end
delicious refreshments were served
following the games.
w Club Meets,
The members of the newly or
ganized O. S. T. club were enter
tained yesterday afternoon at the
borne of Mrs. -Grant Simpson, 1723
Seventh street. The hours were
spent sewing and in sociability,
and victrola music was also enjoy
ed. Mrs. Simpson served a dainty
luncheon late in the afternoon.
Mrs. Clayton Simpson of Moline has
invited the club to meet at ner
home next Thursday afternoon.
Gives Afternoon Bridge.
Mrs. Isaac Petersberger of Kirk
wood boulevard, Davenport, was
hostess yesterday afternoon at a
charming bridge at the Outing club,
a compliment to her mother, Mrs.
J. Goldstein of Milford. There
were 20 trl-city ladies as guests
and the card games were played at
tables scattered throughout the
parlors. Easter decorations were
used, bowls of jonquils adding a
cheery note to the rooms. There
was a trophy at each table and a
gift for the guest of honor. A
luncheon was served in the south
dining room after the games, jon
quils being used on the table.
Plan for Theatre Party.
Plans were made for a theatre
party to be held next Thursday aft
ernoon at the meeting ot the Com
munity club auxiliary in the club
rooms yesterday afternoon. The
ladies will meet in the club rooms,
and then attend the Columbia per
formance at the theatre in Daven
port. At the conclusion ot the
business session a two-coursed
luncheon was served in the- club
dining room by the .hstesses of the
afternoon, Mrs. C. O. Gamble and
Mrs. Bert Williams.
Tri-Clty Embroidery Clnb.
Mrs. Jennie Littig, at her home,
1615 Twelfth street, entertained
j members of the Tri-City Embroid
ery club yesterday afternoon. There
were 16 members and seven visit
ors present, and the afternoon was
spent chatting over embroidery
cleared by the Toung Men's class J in itself. Besides the part to be
Rock Island Woman's club will be Z0Th C. Truedso" and Mrs;
held at 2 o'clock tomorow after-
M. H. Romig favored with several
) 1 A. . i . i
SonP7rttnSnurnosee 3 ' heaHn i -Wnty rVrhmenU
fSl'fn' ro?fc?.h" "S was assisted by Mrs. William
vus. 11 VJllll I." CI i , ;, , I n AT - .
uiLiig uuu mis. v. ... OLum. iiril 3.
tion committee ticket for the an
nual department election of offi
cers. Art League Coffee House.'
A coffee house patterned after
the famous old houses of the past
century, will he opened by the Tri
City Art league in the league stu
dio on Main street, Davenport, Sat
urday afternoon. The bouse will
be open each afternoon following
except Sunday, from 4 to 6 o'clock
Henry Karwath will be hostess to
the club at the meeting of April
1 at the home of her sister, Mrs.
R. N. Oysler, 211 West Pleasant
street, Davenport.
Social Is Snccess.
The social given by the young
men's class ot the South Park
Presbyterian church last evening In
the church parlors was a decided
success. In spite of the Ftormy
weather a large number of friends
has not been definitely determined
as yet.""'"" ...
Daring the day the South Park
guild met in the church for an all
day quilting. The members brought
their luncheon and sewed In the
social rooms all day. A similar
meeting will lje held April L t
WHI Plajf Coaeerto.
Rudolph Rueter of Chicago, the
pianist who is to be the soloist
with the Tri-City Byniphony or
chestra at its concert in Rock Is
land Monday evening and st the
Davenport Coliseum Sunday after
noon, has received most favorable
mention by musical critics all over
the east, where his ability is well
known and his reputation estab
lished. Mr. Rueter will play a concerto.
Op. 70, No. 4, by Rubensteln, with
the orchestra. As he has played
here on several occasions, with the
Becker trio at the series of twi
light musicals at the Blackhawk
hotel in Davenport, which were so
Dooular. be is expected to have
many admirers and Interested fol
lowers make a special effort to
hear him again.
The program announced for the
orchestra this time is especially
attractive. It Includes some of the
better known orchestral selections
and is Just the right length prove
interesting.
It has been suggested that hold
ers of season tickets to the concert
se that the tickets are used. It
the owners are not themselves
planning to attend they are asked
to give them to friends who are
not ticket owners, so that the aud
ience will be a good one.
Busy Bees Sew.
The Busy Bee sewing circle met
at the home of Mrs. J. L. Lindsey,
3009 Fifth avenue, yesterday after
noon for a social meeting. While
the ladies were busy sewing carpet
rags, they cnattea ana enjoyed a
most pleasant afternoon. It was
decided that those members' who
have the greatest number of ab
sences against their names must
banquet the faithful members. The
banquet will be some time in Jan
uary. Refreshments were served
by the hostess. The next meeting
will be April L,
Country Store Attracts Crowd.
Although people don't usually go
to the country store when It's rain
ing, a precedent was broken last
evening and the country store was
crowded with prospective purchas
ers, at the Spencer Memorial
Methodist church. Rev. A. M.
Stocking was the store keeper, and
certainly was prepared to satisfy
the whims of any of his most par
ticular customers, with the variety
of goods on the different counters.
There were canned goods, dry
goods, bakery goods, a counter of
general groceries, a parcel post
booth. The receipts from the sale
will b used to defray some of the
church expenses, and were very
satisfactory to those in charge of
the affair.
Distribute Tickets for Movie.
Tickets for the moving picture
show which Is to be sponsored by
the Rock Island Woman's club at
the Spencer Square theatre, April
S and 9, will be distributed among
members immediately, and there
will be a booth erected at Foley's
drug store for the convenience of
people in the city. Ticket sellers
will have an opportunity to turn in
the money for those sold by March
27 at the Rock Island club, as ar
rangements have been made to
have a representative there alf day
long.
5Tlss Rldpeway Splendid Reader.
Miss Katherine Ridgeway, read
er, who is to give the program be
fore Rock Island Woman's club to
morrow afternoon at the Masonic
temple at 2:30, is very splendid and
much in demand for recitals. Last
summer she made a tour of one of
the big Redpath Chautauqua cir-
dven by Miss Ridgeway. the pro
gram will include numbers by the
ladies' quartet. The new piano will
be used for the first time tomor
row; ' . '
' Beeieet O Beers.
The woman's home and foreign
missionary society of the First
Swedish Lutheran church held its
March meeting yesterday afternoon
at the church annex, when officers
who served last year were rechoten
for the new term. The meeting was
opened by a group of songs by the
quartet and Rev. Carl Nlelsson,
pastor of the church, gave an In
teresting talk on "Home Mission
Volunteers." . Refreshments were
served following the program by
Mesdames Danielson, Jarvls and
Carlson. - Following are the Am
eers: President Miss Mary Peterson.
Vice president Mrs. H. Berth
urn. . . . , , ' '.;
; Recording secretary Mrs. Carl
Osterman.
Financial secretary Mra E. L.
Peterson. '
Cashier Mrs. H. Berthurn.
Paper committee Mrs. Caroline
Peterson and Mrs. B. Jarvls.
Kings Daughters To West.
The King's Daughters union win
meet at 2:30 Monday afternoon at
the public library, and all the
members are asked to make an ef
fort to attend.
To Entertain Knox College Friends.
Miss Dorothy Vernon, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Vernon, 830
Twenty-second street, a senior of
Knox college, will be one ot the
trl-city college girls to bring a
bevy of young people home with
her this evening for a house party
and to attend the Knox college glee
club concert. Miss Vernon's broth,
er, Kenneth, is a member of the
chorus. The voune oeonle will re-
inriain rtvpr thu wee1r-nd- M1Ss Dor
othy Merriman and Miss Elizabeth
Walker of Moline will also have
houseguests from the college.
The glee club, which is being
brought here under the auspices of
the Tri-City Knox College club, will
appear at the Masonic temple. Dur
ing the day they gave concerts at
the Rock Island, Moline and Daven
port high schools.
Trinity Guild.
Trinity guild of the TJinity
Episcopal church met yesterday
afternoon at 2:30 in the parish
house. After the work meeting,
the members attended the 4 o'clock
service in the chapel. An all-day
sewing meeting is to be held next
Wednesday instead of the after
noon meeting. This will start at
11:30, and the members will bring
their basket lunches.
Surprise Party.
Mrs. Clara VanPoecke was most
pleasantly surprised at her home,
623 Sixth street, Wednesday after
noon by a company of 13 girl
friends. . The afternoon was spent
in games, the prizes being won by
Miss Mary Moore, Nellie Lynche,
and Anna Carlson. A delicious
luncheon was served, the St. Pat
rick's idea being carried out in
the decorations of the dining room.
Treat at Sanitarium.
The Helpers' circle of King's
Daughters furnished the treat for
the patients at the Rock Island
municipal tuberculosis sanltorium
this week. Fruit and seasonal
dainties were sent out . for all the
patients. Next week the treat will
be supplied by the Jane Delano
circle of King s Daughters.
Sewing Circle Meets.
The sewing circle of the Evan
gelical Church of Peace met for an
all-day session yesterday in the
church. There were about thirty
members present and a dinner was
served at noon for the workers. No
business meeting was held, the en
tire time being spent quilting. The
circle will meet next Thursday.
i
m
El
' Preparing for Sale,
The time was spent sewing on
SV. ... .1 1. k.u sis
iXay 13, by the ladies who attended ji
hhe meeting ot the Immanuel Luth- B
I wan sewing circle in the club flf
Irooms yesterday afternoon. There sS
Iwers IS members present and a (
frxeat deal of work was accomplish- St.
id. The sale Is to lie held in the I
JClnb rooms of the church. The EJf
'next meeting of the circle will be H
laewAnril . "
(. ' Geaeroas Club Herts.
Mrs. A. H. Huber, 1441 Forty-;
04 street, entertained members
t.tJa.Oenerous club yesterday aft
irnoon. There were 10 members
resent and the time was spent in
;eneral sociability. Late in the
Jternoon a course luncheon was
erved in the dining room where a
see of cut flowers was the center
Jece. ' The' cakes and ices were
arried out In the St Patrick's
Teen and a dainty green favor was
t each place. The table was most
lecttfely decorated. The clut
411 neat tn two weeks at the home
t Mrs. Joe WiUmer,-2713 Four
Moth avenue, Molina.
BENGSTON'S
Saturday
Candy Sale
79e
Happy Circle. '
The Happy circle met at the'
-saa of Mrs. C D. Wells, 1213
JBTteenth street, street yesterday
iernoon. The ladles worked with .
jeir sewing and Edison music was 1
joyed. A delicious buffet lunch
m was serred by the hostess. The
Sb will meet April 1 at the home
f Mrs. J. Lewis, 1410 fourth
a Dsabnaj of too Rescue
win vm -Bow ,l Got
-OnraxHtoswtiJectothi!
t at the attend Presbyter lan
-a this evening. The evening
"I start at $ -o'clock. This
Come early and don't be disappointed.
Three Different Packages. Full Pounds. TfW
Guaranteed Strictly Fresh . . . . Per lb.
Assorted Chocolates & Chocolate Cherries
Saturday and Sunday Only
""DENGS TON'
DRUG STORES
Davenport
Rock Island
Moline
.. Thursday Cta. v
'. Mrs. Dan McKinnsy entertained
members of the Thursday club at
her home, 408 Fourth avenue, yes
terday afternoon. The game of 500
was played at three tables. The
prises were won by Mrs. Ella Ful
ler and Mrs. S. RusselL Mrs.
Charles McDonald received the all-
cut favor. Dainty refreshments
were served at the small tables.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Charles McDon
ald. , - ,
Teacfcers' Annual Meeting.
The Sunday school teachers of
the Broadway Presbyterian church,
held their annual meeting last eve
ning following an informal banquet
at :30 at the church. There were
30 at the meeting, and after the re
ports of the work done by the yarl-
oua departments and discussion of
the same, the business ot electing
officers was taken up. . Hurvey E.
Curtis was reflected superintend
ent, and Robert T. Lee was chosen
secretary to fill the vacancy caused
by the resignation of Mrs. Frank
McMeekin, who has held the office
for a good many years. Following
are the heads to serve this year:
Superintendent-Hurvey E. Cur
tis. Assistant superintendent Arthur
H. Heimbeck.
Secretary Robert T. Lee.
Treasurer Douglas Sievers.
Pianist Miss Elizabeth Olmsted.
Assistant pianist Miss Beryl
Williams.
Chorus leader Clifford E. Myers.
Eastern Star Social Meeting.
The Eastern Star socail circle
met yesterday afternoon at the
Masonic temple. There was a good
attendance and after- the routine
business a program was enjoyed-
Mrs. waiter murpny gavs
uin MarUiria Sala. ac
companied by Mrs. W. L. Kimmel
at the piano, sang, and rMs. Faye
Mougn Mccarty reaa iwo num
bers. There were two Bt. Pat
rirVa mntMii th nrlzea in these
being won by Mrs. Hay L. Kennedy
and Mrs. George U Lee. Refresh-
menu were served carrying out
th st Ttptrk' idea in rreen and
white. The committee serving
was compoeea oi inose memocrs
who Joined during the year of 1919.
Tho next maetinc Will be held
April 15 in the temple. (
OMAHA TEACHERS
GIVEN $400 BAISE
Omaha, Neb., March '19. All pub
lic school teachers will get an in
crease of $400 each next fall, in
stead of $300 previously agreed
upon, the board of education voted
yesterday.
Janesville Teachers Organise.
Janesville, Wis., March 19. Pub
lic school teachers of Janesville
have organised a union and applied
for a charter to the American Fed
eration of Labor. The leaders vot
ed to affiliate with' the Janesville
Federation of Labor and the Wis
consin state federation. Seventy
five teachers are behind the movement
HATE LA TASSE AGAI5.
Kansas City, Mo., March 19.
William La Tasse, who has served
terms in many state prisons, and
who escaped from the Kansas
state prison, again is In custody.
TE3TING DEVICE K
FOR MORE SAFETY
ONROCISLAli
. i . . . .
Buiuicuirr roans are
gained from tests of a new tw
device employed by some of
locomotives on the Rock UUm
lines, contributing to safety, (w
A. Bowen, chief clerk, said ,todt
In trips together with various otw
officials over the road in cabi at
engines using the new mantmt
he says he was favorably ittpreii.
ed, as was the division enriM
and others. "7
Automatic use of the air bnkM
develops when the loeomouri
passes one of the block sin.!,
when that is set to indicate dsn
ger, by use of the new device l,
this way the speed of the traia it
regulated and the attention ot th,
engineer is attracted, The detici
is regulated by electricity.
This Is a comparatively new (..
vention. It is at present being gsJ
for test purposes on the line
tween Blue Island and Joliet, 20
locomotives being so fitted. Thtrt
it has been used for the past two
or three months. The Casale 8afaT
Device company of New York tsi
Chicago market the attachment ud
install if. The thing is known u
the Casale train control.
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A taste of Abraham's pecan ro'l
now and then is relished b th
best of men, "and their families"
and friends.
Mr. Man-
Your Easter Shoes
are Here!
Jer Sunday will find you more than usually well shod if
you will let us fit you out with a pair of rightly stvled, dressy
bnoes or Oxfords, vmk&-mtiM&i,X
LOW PRICE D-NOT CHEAPER
Cheap means shoddy; if you're looking for that kind, don't
come here.
We can always sell you a pair of Shoes that are low in price,
(consistent with good quality), but we can never sell you a pair
that is cheap. 1
Quality and service have built our business; don't you think
i yaya w umc at a siore lme inis:
BOSTON SHOE CO.
ROCK ISLAND -
Klassy Kicks
for Kids
f
But the Price .
Don't Kick
TOE BOSTON gives lots of attention to the wants of little folks'
Shoes. ' ?.ifgL,a5' - - w
Yon want service, good fit and reasonable prices; alright,
come here and let us show you what real quality is, and a pleasing
price mark. - - - . .. .
t. SPf"16 is Joy Time for every child; let them have Shoes
that will stand the hard usage so that they can enjoy their play
nme. we nave such .
Shoes.
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Boston
Shoe
J Co.
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