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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY -NOVEMBER 22, 1907.
Society news, written or telephoned
to the- society editor of The Argus, will
be gladly received and publitthed. But
In either ruse the identity of the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and uudrcss.J
Etude Club Meets. The members of
the Etude club were entertained yes
terday afternoon at the home of Miss
Dora Thode, 23'JS West Fourth
street, Davenport. Mrs. Edla Lund
and Miss Elsie Haak who were to
have given the program were prevent
ed from being present. The following
program was given:
(a) "Ich Liebe Dich" Crieg
(b) "To Spring".. ..Grieg
Miss Freda Schrickcr.
"A Red Red Rose" Hastings
Miss Dora Thode.
(a "Dreaming of x)e' Liszt
(b)"Concert Valse" Wieuiawski
"Norwegian Dances;" Op. 35. No.
2. 2, 4 Grieg
Miss Grace Hall, piano: Miss Madie
Williams, violin; Miss Hazel
"Rustic of Spring" Sinding
Mrs. Rosa Obcrholtzer.
"The Horn" Flcgier
The next meeting of the club will
lie hctyl with Mrs. Alphonse Hager
bocck, 129 West Eleventh street, Dav
enport. In Honor of Miss Battles. Miss
Louise Rattles, whose marriage to Nor
man Griffith takes place next week,
has been the honoree at a number of
very pretty showers. This evening the
Misses Clara Van Gald'T, Ina Stone,
Amy Hcmlvrson and Ruby Williams
wil! entertain for her at a miscellan
eous shower at the home of Miss Van
Galder. 1010 Twentieth street. About
,".0 will attend. Tomorrow evening
Miss Corn Gaetjer will give a 5 o'clock
lea and liner shower in her honor.
Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Krell of ?,) Walling court, Daven
port, entertained at the Outing club at
a dinner to the bridal party and a few
friends, covers' being laid for 14. The
dining table was beautifully decorated
in red carnations and hearts and an
elaborate course dinner was served.
Following dinner the game of hearts
was played ,and there was dancing.
Each guest received a unique favor
and souvenirs were cut for.
cess with a large attendance of mem
bers. The day was devoted to hear
ing on referring petitions.
Jolly Eight Cinch Club. The-Jolly
Eight Cinch club was entertained yes
terday afternoon by Mrs: William Red
dig at her home, 410 Fifth street. In
the games the head prize was given
to Mrs. Cert Bausch of Moline, Mrs.
Mary-Flannigan of Moline second and
Mrs. William Reddig took consolation
prize. A dainty lunch followed the
games. The next meeting of the club
will be held with Mrs. George Albrand,
213 Fourth avenue.
In Honor of Eighth Birthday. Lee
Nelson at the home of his grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.- Johnson, in
South Heights, was surprised last
evening by 10 of his school friends in
honor of his eighth birthday anniver
sary. The young people spent a merry
evening playing games and. later re
freshments were served. Lee received
many pretty presents as mementoes
of the occasion.
Initiate M. W. A. Candidates. This
evening two candidates will be initiat
ed into camp 30ft. M. W. A., the cere
mony to take place in the hall over
the Family theater. The drill team of
camp No. 2 and the officers will have
charge of the ceremonies. Refresh
nients will be served.
ANARCHISTIC PLOT IN
Explosion of Bomb Leads to Seizure of
700 Explosives, 80 Arrests and
Surprise Party. Miss Nellie Bloch
lingcr was given a surprise party at
her home, !U7 Fifth avenue, last even
ing by a company of friends. Games
w-ero played during the evening and
a lunch was served. Miss Blochlinger
received from the company a pretty
Berlin. Nov. 22. The rcichstag as
sembled toddy after the summer's re-
MISS EMMA RUNTZLER
a pretty face, a good figure, but
sooner or later learn that the
healthy, happy, contented woman
is most of all to be admired.
Women troubled with fainting
spells, irregularities, nervous irrita
bility, backache, the ''blues," and
those dreadful dragging sensations,
cannot hope to be happy or popular,
and advancement in either home,
business or social life is impossible.
The cause of these troubles, how
erer. yields quickly toLydiaE. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound made
from native roots and herbs. It acts
at once upon the organ afflicted and
the nerve centers, dispelling effec
tually all those distressing symp
toms. No other medicine in the country has received such unqualified
indorsement or has such a record of cures of female ills as has
L dia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Miss Emma Euntzler, of 631 State St., Schenectady, N. Y., writes:
"For a long time( I was troubled with a weakness which Beemed to
drain all my strength away. I had dull headaches, was nervous.
irritable, and all worn out. Chancing to read one of your advertisements
of a case similar to mine cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, I decided to try it and I cannot express my gratitude for the
benefit received. I am entirely well ana leel like a new person.
Lvdla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most successful
remedy for all forms of Female Complaints, Weak Back, Falling and
Displacements, Inflammation and Ulceration, and is invaluable in pre
paring for childbirth and the Change of Life.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women snfferincr from anv form of female weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. Her advice
is free and always helpful.
Xjhen if comes
leaves no reason for dispute or differ
ence of opinion.
It is so well known that
THE MERE NAME CONVEYS
all that is best in workmanship, fin
ish and tonal capacity.
The infinitely careful attention to
minutest details makes, the Knabe
WORLD'S BEST PIANO
To.tten's Music House
SOLE AGENTS, 1726-28 SECOND AVENUE, .
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lisbon, Nov. 22. The investigation
of the explosion of an infernal , ma
chine on Nov. IS, whsn two anarchists
were killed, a third being arrested,
has .revealed t,he existence of a huge
plot against the dictatorship. Over
700 bombs have been seized and the
police have made 80 arrests. The ma
chine which exploded was intended for
use in the San Carlos theater.
Popular excitement is growing as a
result of the revelations and the cen
sorship is strict. All public meetings
have been forbidden, and practically
all the newspapers are being prose
cuted for attacks upon the king and
the papal nuncio, and several have
DECLARES BALLOON OF
NO VALUE COMMERCIALLY
Walter Wellman Returns from Europe
and Says He Will Try for
the Pole Again.
.New iorK, -Nov. zz. Declaring ins
belief that the balloon will never
amount to anything commercially.
though positive of his ability to reach
the North pole by aerial flight, Walter
Wellman arrived here yesterday on
the steamship Majestic. Mr. Wellman
went into details as to reasons for the
aihire of his first attempt to fly for
he North pole. He said that he had
tot decided when to make another at
tempt. Mr. Wellman was accompanied
by his daughters. Mrs-. Wellman I.;
living in Philadelphia and after a visit
there. Mr. Wellman will go to Chicago.
WOULD NAVIGATE MISSOURI
Transmississippi Congress Asked
Endore Waterway Schemes.
Muskogee, Okla., Nov. 22. The
Transmississippi congress elected the
President J. B. Case, Abilene, Kan.
Vice President W. F. Baker, Coun
Secretary Arthur F. Francis, Crip
ple Creek, Col.
The Commercial club of Council
Bluffs, fowa, presented a resolution
asking for endorsement -of a memorial
to congress for the improvement of
the Missouri river, a deep waterway
from lakes to gulf, and for other rivers
m the southwest. The Ketail Mer
chants' association of the Transmissis
sippi section asked for a protest
against the parcels post. " Henry T.
Clark oi Omaha made a plea tor ex
tension of navigation to Omaha. He
recalled the great navigation business
of 50 years ago and said: "It is the
rebate and pass that have driven these
boats from the rivers.-
A Sensational Sale
The extraordinary values we are offering at this remarkable sale are attract
ing public attention. The garments are the finest made and the best de
signs of the season produced by several of New York's largest and best
known creators of the highest art in clothing for Men and Women.
In the newest and smartest designs, including every desirable fabric 'and
shade; brown, garnet, blue, green, purple, leather and the standard black; in
broadcloths, cheviots and serges; fancy striped herringbone cheviots and
fancy worsteds; velvets in all shades; tight or semi-fitted; 27 to 36 inches
iong, values $25.00 to $50.00.
Our price $15.00 to $35.00
In the finest grades of black kersey and broadcloth, 27 to 50 inches long,
made in loose effect; tight or scmi-tight-fitting; Venetian or satin-lined; also
the military styles in garnet and brown; Russian pony, Caracul and fur-lined
coats; values $10.00 to $50.00.
Our price .$7.98 to $35.00
These garments are growing rrvore popular every season; ours is the only
store that will sell you a genuine Priestley Cravenette coat, either grey or
black, for $15 and a tip-top raincoat in either fabric for $18.00, such that
you cannot duplicate for less than $25.00; ladies' silk and satin rubberized
coats, $14.93 to $22.50.
That are made honest throughout; we regard integrity of workmanship of
no less importance than quality or fabrics; our contention is that a suit
skillfully constructed of standard fabric is the only promise for perfect
service; we sell them in all the newest shades, also solid black and blue;
values 15.C0 to $30.00.
Our price $12.50 to $22.00
We have them for men and young men; they are far above the average
kind, made in the newest styles, as well as the conservative models, fancy
and plain materials; all have handmade collars and handwork lapels; Ve
netian or printed serge lining; value $15.00 to $35.00.
Our price $10.00 to $25.00
Our Rock Island Store, 319-321 20th street
Look for the electric sign, "CREDIT."
LESS WAGES FOR 10,000 MEN
St. Paul Road Reduces Pay of Those
Employed on Pacific Coast.
New York, Nov. 22. Ten thousand
men employed on the Pacific Coast ex
tension of the Chicago, Milwaukee and
St. Paul railroad, it is learned here, al
ready have had their Wages reduced
25 cents a day and have been notified
of a further reduction of 25 cents a
clay on Dec. 1. These" reductions are
the direct result of laying off of men
by western roads, by mining compan
ies and by other industrial establish
ments. The number of men seeking
employment has been largely increas
ed by this laying off of men hf the
St. Paul, which for months had diffi
culty 'In getting enough men for work
on its extension. Now it is getting
all the men it needs at reduced pay.
County Judge R. W,'. Olmsted pro-
Estate of Edwin Curti Inventory
filed and approved. Proof of posting
notices to creditors filed.
Estate of William H. Eastman. Pe
tition of Rose Eastman for the ap
pointment of J. F. Witter as admin-
Estate of Alice D. Cady. Proof of
publishing notices to creditors filed,
istrator filed. Oath taken and filed.
Bond of said J. F. Witter in the sum
AID FOR METHODIST MERGER
Wesley Brotherhood Now for Men of
All Branches of Methodism.
Louisville. Ky., Nov. 22. What min
isters and laymen in attendance upoti
the national convention of the Wesley
brotherhood say is the most impor
tant step yet taken toward the union
of the . Methodist Episcopal church
and the Methodist Episcopal Church
South was taken when the brother
hood was made an- organization for
the men of all branches of Methodism.
Bishops of both divisions named
were elected honorary vice presidents
of the organization - and laymen in
both branches elected officers. The
i name of the organization was changed
I to the .Wesley Brotherhood of Metho
Bad Fire at Buffalo.
Buffalo, N. Y.,, Nov. 22. One man
Is dead, another dying, a third In a
hospital and a score of persons had
a narrow escape as the result of a fire
which broke out at the Sawtelle hotel
A Good Liniment.
When you need a good reliable lin
imcnt try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
has no superior for sprains and swel
lings. A piece of flannel slightly
dampened with Pain ' Balm is super
ior to a plaster for lame back or pains
In the side or chest. It also relieves
rheumatic pains and makes sleep and
rest possible. For sale by all drug
- Is due in a large measure to abuse of
the bowels by employing drastic pur
gatives. To avoid all danger, use onlj
Pr. King's New Life Pills, the safe gen
; tie cleansers and invigorators. Guar
lante'ed for headache, biliousness", 'toa
larla and Jaundice, at all druggists,, 25c
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
'of $100 filed and approved. Ordered
j that letters of administration be issued
In re guardianship of James Roy
Stull.' Guardian's final report, receipt
and rele i-e of wii.'., he having rriv d
at the age of 21 years, filed. Said final
report approved. Estate closed.
Real Estate Transfers.
Sophia Anderson to Albert Aswege,
lot 10, block 2, Meese & Holland's ad
dition. Moline. $020.
Christian Limburg to Elsabo M.
Limbing, lot 10, block 10, Thompson
& Wells' addition. Rock Island. $!)50.
Eva Grell and J. F. Grell to Edwnrd
Grell and .1. A.-Grell, lot 22. Hunt's
First addition, Ridgeview, South Ho
Sol Hirsch to A. L. Hoon, part out
lot 2, G. A. Stephen's First addition,
Peoples Savings Bank & Trust com
pany to Ernest Carlmark, lot 21, block
8, N. Y. Cady's First addition, Mo
Frederick H. Ficken to Jeremiah
Mansfield, lot 10, block 1. G. Rodman's
addition, Rock Island. $2,500.
Wallace Trcichlcr to Frederick J.
Claydon, lot 3, W. E. Bailey's Ninth
addition, Rock Island. $475.
Carl A. Carlson to Carl E. Carlson,
tract southwest quarter section 32-18-
Joseph Marconnet to Earnest Carl
mark, lot 21, block 8, M. Y. Cady's
First addition, Moline. $S0I).
William Jackson and others to Gust
Samuelson, lot 2, block 2, Third Whte
lock Fifteenth street addition, Ma
Milton B. Underwood to Roy Under
wood, lot 7, block 11, village of Hamp
James Roy Stull to Iewls L. Stull,
undivided quarter of west half of lot
2, section 2, 16, 5w; southeast quarter,
southeast quarter section 10, 16, 5w,
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