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THE AUGUS, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1905,
A Word to the
Every housewife who has traded at Shields' Cash Grocery
knows that the Shields quality is best she knows that
quality is not sacrificed even though the prices are the low
est. If you would know the pleasure of trading at a store
where the "cream" of the market is found at prices which
you cannot resist, then send in your first order today.
Courteous treatment and prompt service are the rule here,
not an exception. Hadn't you better get started?
a r lr m if r es e r x b w w r r vx r
rancy dairy Butter 47I
per lb I 2C
per lb lUC
10 bars Lenox Soap nr
Rock Island Corn, 2 cans 1 r
Head Rice, per r
Fresh Corn Meal, per c
3 packages Friends' q
Japan Tea, oc
per lb C.D0
Java and Mocha Coffee, 28c per
l 4.:b". 1.00
Large California Prunes, or-
4 lbs. for L.0C
Dried Peaches, 3 lbs. OC
1 lb. pkg. Raisins, nr
3 pkgs. for lOC
1 lb. pkg. Currants, or
3 pkgs. for LOO
Walter Baker's Chocolate, aa
per lb dvC
Table Syrup, gallon nn
Large Queen Olives, nr
per quart OC
Sour Pickles, per np.
Dill Pickles, per nr
13 bars Etna Soap OE
10 bars Diamond C Soap 2)C
Gold Dust, large 1C
7 cans Baked Beans 25 C
Paxton Sweet Corn, 07
per dozen O f Is
3 lb. can Pumpkin, r
2 for IUU
3 lb. can Blackberries, rtC-.
3 for UU
Table Peaches, per n 1
Gallon Apples, per qnl.
Can Cream, C cans O fT
Malta Ceres, per c
Force, per r
Ginger Snaps, per r-
15 he Popular Pioneer
i'i n n i i r i i i v
So are Our
Everything in Hot Weather
Prices right, too.
MORE JUNE BRIDES
Miss Eleanor Ruth Montgomery
and Edward Kinsley Cher
WILL RESIDE IN NEW YORK
Bride is Daughter of Mrs. Robert
Montgomery Ceremony Perform
by Rev. W. S. Marquis.
M. C. R.ICE, Prop.
The marriage of Eleanor Ruth Mont
gomery to Edward Kinsley Cherrill. of
New York took place last evening at
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
Robert Montgomery. 1119 Twentieth
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. V. S. Marquis of the Broadway
Presbyterian church, assisted by Rev.
T. R. Johnston, of Ottumwa. Iowa
The bride stood under a bower of car
nations and roses and everywhere was
to be found a profusion of pink and
white peonies, carnations and roses.
At 8 o'clock the ceremony was per
formed, the bride being given away by
Dr. Alexander Montgomery, of Checo
tah. I. T.. in the presence of many
friends and relatives. The wedding
march was played by Mrs. Albert E.
(Jilman. of Ottawa, 111., and during the
ceremony, a string quartet that was
hidden in the plains, rendered Mendels
sohn's spring song. This same quartet
rendered several selections during the
The bride wore a beautiful gown of
princess duchesse lace over white sat
in, wore a veil and carried a shower
bouquet of lillies of the valley. She
was attended by her sister, Louise,
who wore pink net over pink taffeta
and carried pink roses. The brides
maids were, Annie Montgomery, cous
in of the bride; Mabel Aylsworth,
Rosedale, 111.; Kathryn Cherrill, Car
thage. 111., sister of the groom. They
wore gowns of white net over white
taffeta with pink girdles, carried pink
roses and wore wreaths of pink roses
in their hair.
The master of ceremonies was Dr.
John V. Marsii of Warsaw, 111., and the
ushers were: Tom Montgomery, broth
er of the bride; Joel Ferris, of St. Lou
is, and Ward Hungate. of LaHarpe, 111.
The groom was attended by Blatch
ford Kavanagh, of New York, who ren
dered several solos, both before and
after the ceremony.
Man) Brnutlful ilf!.
The couple were the recipients of
many beautiful gifts. The groom's
gift to the bride was a beautiful tur
quoise cross, consisting of seven per
fectly matched stones in gold settings.
The bride's gift to the groom was a
gold and diamond watch fob.
Several functions have been given
for the bride, among them a dinner
given by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hahnsen.
and also by Mr. and Mrs. Mixter. Tues
day evening the bride entertained her
party at the Tower, at which the
bridesmaids were presented with hand
some brooches of gold and pearls. The
groom presented the ushers with scarf
pins of Parados diamonds.
The bridal pair left for New York
and will be at home to their friends
after Sept. 1 in New York City.
The guests from abroad, aside from
the bridal party were: Mrs. Sue A.
Cherrill and daughter, Elizabeth, Mrs
C. C. Merrill, Carthage. 111.; Dr. and
Mrs. John W. Marsh. Warsaw. HI.;
Hon. J. Mack Sholl. and Miss Sholl
Carthage, III.: Capt. Alexander Sholl
and Miss Sholl. Quincy; Mr. and Mrs
Lewis Maynard, Dallas. Tex.; Mr. and
Mrs. William McLean Stewart. 1 isho
ruings, I. T.; Mr. and Mrs. E. Oilman
Ottawa; Mrs. W. S. Farnsworth. and
daughter. Mexico City; Mrs. Frank
Sisson. New York; George Helfrich
Miss Anna Seighartner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Seighartner,
1122 Fifth avenue, was united in mar
riage last evening at 8 o'clock, to Al
bert Meetz. of Davenport. Rev. E. I).
Mennieke of the German Lutheran
church performing the ceremony. The
marriage took place at the home of
the bride's parents and only the imme
diaie relatives of the family were pres
ent. It was a pink and white wedding
and the bride was prettily attired in
a gown of white. There were no at
tendants. The bride is well known in
the city, having been employed as
chief operator at the Union Electric
telephone office for several years. The
groom is employed as machinist at Bet-
tendorf. The couple have gone on a
wedding tour to Chicago and on their
return will make their home on Rock
ingham road and Minnie avenue in
Sidney Harris, of this city, and Miss
Jane Cooper, formerly of Coal Valley,
were married at 7:3t last evening by
Rev. W. S. Marquis at the Broad
way Presbyterian enurcn. 1 ne ei-
eniony was performed in the pres
ence of a number of relatives and
friends of the couple. The ring
ceremony was used. The bride
was attended by her sister. Miss Agnes
Cooper, and John Colston acted as
groomsman. After the ceremony a
wedding supper was served by the
couple's friends al 613 Fifteenth street.
where the groom had a cottage prepar
ed. After a short wedding trip to -ui-cago.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris will start
housekeeping at the above address.
Miss Lizzie Bramlett, of Jefferson
City. Mo., and Edgar S. Page, of this
city, were married in Galesburg Tues
day afternoon by Rev. Nelson G. Erown,
at the home of Mrs. H. A. Long. The
iroom is employed as plumber at Al
leD. Myers & Co.s, and will bring his
bride here to live.
Charles C. Myers, of this city, and
Miss Ella Siegrist, of Davenport, were
united in marriage at 4 o'clock yester
day afternoon at the home of the bride,
1113 Brown street, Davenport, Rev.
John Hurtzig. pastor of the German
Lutheran church in that city, officia
ting. In the evening there was a wed
ding celebration at Washington gar
den. The groom is connected with the
hardware and plumbing establishment
of Allen. Myers & Co. The couple
will reside at 231S Ninth avenue In
Mayor McCaskrin Instructs Po
lice to Learn Time
SHALL GIVE INFORMATION
Required to Familiarize Themselves
With Ordinances Learn All
Streets and Avenues.
ORDER OF THE
This Year's Graduates at the Villa de
Chantal Other Events at
The complete program has made its
appearance for the 42nd annual com
mencement of the Villa de Chantal to
occur one week from today, at 10 a. in.
The class roll is as follows: Misses
Mabel Marie Lardner. Ella Rose Rowe,
Ruby Leon a Harvey and Hattie Louise
Larkin. The program will be as fol
Allegrro Brilliante Low
Miss Ell:i Rowe.
Second Piano Miss Ruby Harvev.
Miss Ruby Harvey.
"Olad Spring is Come" Smith
The Ships That Go By In the Night"
Miss Mabel Lardner.
Romance et Bolero (violin) Dancla
Miss Fthei Wade.
Berceuse, from "Jocelyn" Oodara
Miss Marrianne Miller.
Violin Oblitrato Miss Kthel Wade.
Miss Hattie Iarkln.
A May-Day Dance Nevin
Pianos Misses Agatha Nevin. Mary
O'Farrell. Mary Wall. Eileen O'Hara.
Violins Misses Amy Iardner, Kthel
Wade. Klla Rowe. Frances Hart.
Violincello Albert Petersen.
Hungarian Dance." Op. 134. No. 2
Miss Amy Lardner.
O. Divine Redeemer Gounod
Miss Hattie Larkin.
Violin Obligato Miss Amy Lirdner. .
Sonata. No. 17 Mozart
(Allegro. Andante. Rondo.)
Miss Mabel Lardner.
Grieg Accompaniment, Miss Luella Jones.
Miss Klla Rowe.
Other events in connection with the
commencement exercises include Miss
Hattie Larkin's song recital given
Tuesday afternoon of this week, the
field day exercises on the Villa grounds
which are in progress this afternoon,
the reception to graduates June 12, and
the class day exercises June 14.
Mayor McCaskrin has ordered every
policeman to provide himself with a
copy of the revised ordinances of the
city of Rock Island and to become fa
miliar with them, in so far as they gov
ern the duties and conduct of a police
officer. Upon investigation he found
only a few of the officers had these
ordinances in their possession.
Besides instructions on this point,
every policeman must familiarize him
self with the time tables of all railways
in Rock Island and Davenport, the
schedules on the street car lines sufii
cient for general information, and
must learn the location of all of the
streets and avenues for the purpose of
directing people to any particular place
"Policemen mtis't be informed on all
these things." says the mayor. "They
are on the streets not solely for the
purpose of arresting drunks, but have
a greater public service that must be
InatructioD to Firemen.
The mayor this morning convened
the firemen at the Central hose house
and gave them their instructions. They
will have daily drills the same as the
police, and will practice in the opera
tion of their paraphernalia. They too,
must know something of the ordinan
ces, and each man was given a copy to
study. Upon learning that none of
them had library cards he informed
them that he would fix them out with
the privileges of the public library in
order that they may put in their time
The street cleaners today made their
appearance in white wings and here
after will be garbed in that uniform
while on duty.
Fort Armstrong chapter, of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
will give a reception at the residence
of Mrs; John H. Wilsolf, 2C2G Fifth av
enue, next Wednesday afternoon at
o'clock, in honor of Mrs. Charles H
Deere, of Moline, vice president gener
al from Illinois.
F. U. N. Club.
The young ladies composing the I.
U. N. club were entertained last even
ing in a charming manner by the sec
retary of the club. Miss Carrie E. Ba
ker. The session proved a very pleas
ant one, as the young ladies have not
held a meeting during the past winter
owing to the fact that several of the
young ladies have been away attending
school. After a program of vocal and
instrumental music. Miss Bessie Beel
er, president of the club, presented
Miss Elizabeth Meyers, In behalf of
the members, with a beautiful souvenir
spoon, upon it being engraved the club
To Have Social.
The Young Peoples' Christian union
of the United Presbyterian church will
hold their monthly meeting and social
tomorrow evening, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernhard Andrews, 811 Fif
The opening of the lawn fete given
by the ladies of St. Joseph's parish on
the beautiful lawn of St. Joseph, was
a complete success and gave promise
that the remaining nights will far sur
pass anything ever held here before."
The booths were handsomely decorat
ed, while the vaudeville and moving
pictures pleased the large crowd that
witnessed it. Bleuer's orchestra fur
nished the music and will continue to
do so for the remaining three nights
this week. The vaudeville is under
the direction of Mrs. Mae Casey and
Miss McQuinn. and will render a dif
ferent program each evening, comios
ed of musical numbers and comedy.
The Ice cream is dispensed by the la
dies of the Altar society. lemonade
and candy booths are in charge of Miss
Etta Keighor, Miss Joseph, Miss Agnes
Sexton, and Mrs. Blake. The express
office was arranged by Miss Lee, Mrs.
Greif and Mrs. Rxisn.
FINED $30 FOR STEALING $10
Daniel McKeller Pleads Guilty in the
Daniel McKeKer pleaded guilty this
afternoon to an information in the
county court charging him with the
theft of a $10 note from C. K. Johnson.
He was sentenced to one hour in jail.
and fined $30 and costs by Judge Par
menter. It will be remembered that
Johnson and McKeller were together
in a saloon on Second avenue. January
15, when McKeller either snatched the
currency, or picked it from the bar
where Johnson had placed it. McKel
ler disappeared and was not located
until last week.
S. J. Hirsh of Chicago called on
Rock Island friends yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Connell left this
morning for a week's visit with rela
tives at Peoria.
Mrs. J. W. Crandall left this morn
ing for a two months' visit at Roches
ter ami Ithaca, N. Y.
Albert N. Mueller is home from his
studies at the College of Physicians
and Surgeons, Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Wilson have gone
to Portland, Ore., where they will at
tend the Lewis and Clark exposition
Mrs. J. L. Masterson. who has been
visiting with Miss Hampton, returns
this eveaiing to St. Louis., on the steam
er Dubuque. ,
Mrs. C. H. Goodykuntz and Miss
Grace Frysinger, of Chicago, are vis
iting at the home of their grandmoth
er, Mrs. A. C. Burrell.
Miss Gertrude Carse departed this
morning for Cambridge, where she will
be a soloist at the high school gradu
at ion exercises this evening.
Mrs. Marian Beardsley, of Denver
who has been visiting with her sister
Mrs. James 1 Wright. 1439 Sixteenth
avenue, returned last night to her
home in the west.
Mark Savage of Bloomington, gener
al agent of the Big Four, and Frank
Ryan of Chicago, traveling freight
agent of the Wisconsin Central, were
in Rock Island today.
Rev. W. S. Marquis goes to Geneseo
this afternoon to attend the annual
board meeting of the Geneseo col I eg i
ate institute, and tomorrow he goes to
Edgington to assist in the installation
of the new pastor, John L. Henniug,
who succeeds Rev. T. R. Johnston, who
had acted in that capacity for 3y
years, and is now pastor emeritus.
HAVE SECURED MORE ROOM
Young A. McCombs to Take Possession
of Store Room at 1709 Second Ave.
Owing to the fact that Young & Mc
Combs are carrying larger and more
complete stocks in every department
this season than ever before and find
ing themselves somewhat cramped for
floor space they yesterday made ar
rangements to display their entire
stock of sporting goods, fireworks.
bunting etc., in the store room at 1"09
Second avenue, one door west of the
United States Express company. Some
interior changes are now being made
and the store will be open to the pub
lic June 10.
Is a Northwestern Move.
Rockford papers have it that the
Milwaukee, Peoria & St. Louis road
that was recently incorporated is an
extension of the Northwestern road
from Peoria north. A move of this
kind has long been expected. The
Northwest rn already has a line from
Peoria to Nelson, half way to Rock-
ford, and is desirous of completing it
to the latter city for the purpose.
mainly, of getting an outlet for the
coal fields that are tapped.
Harry Orman today closed a deal
for the sale of his property at 1004
Thirteenth avenue, to Henry Hensley,
the consideration being $1,750. The
purchaser, who is a florist, proposes to
erect a greenhouse on the premises.
Can be kept
Than any other
Can take them
All apart and
Get at every
You can learn
Its good parts
In ten minutes
To buy one.
SEE US ABOUT OUTDOOR FURNI
TURE FOR THE PORCH AND LAWN
THE DURABLE AND COMFORTA
DAVENPORT FURNITURE AND
CARPET CO., 123 125 West Third Street
Men's aLiid Boys'
Your choice of Coat and Pant
Suits in Flannel and Wors
ted garments, regular
$7.50 and $10 ones,
at an even
Som niers & La Velle
Need Any New Clothes? i
SUPPOSE YOU WOULD BUY A SUIT, IF YOU HADN'T HAD THAT LAST
BIT OF HARD LUCK. WIFE WANTS A NEW DRESS, TOO, AND YOU
COULD PROBABLY "STAND THE MAN OFF." BUT NEVER DID ASK
FOR CREDIT THERE AND DON'T LIKE TO BEGIN NOW. COME TO US.
WE ADVANCE MONEY. IT'S OUR BUSINESS, JUST AS IT IS THE OTH
ER MAN'S BUSINESS TO SELL YOU CLOTHES. WE'LL LOAN YOU
THE MONEY YOU NEED ON YOUR FURNITURE, PIANO, HORSES,
WAGONS, ETC., AND YOU KEEP POSSESSION OF THE PROPERTY.
EVERYTHING QUIET AND CONFIDENTIAL. AMOUNTS FROM $10 UP
WARDS. LET US FIGURE WITH YOU. A CREDIT ESTABLISHED
MEANS THAT YOU ARE ALWAYS SURE OF BEING ABLE TO GET
MONEY JUST WHEN YOU WANT IT.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
Mitchell A Lynde Block, Room 38.
Offlc hour 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evening. Tele
phono Wet 514. New Telephone 6011.
117 Seventeenth Street.
Rock I el and. Both 'Phones.