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THE &HGTJS, MONDAY. 31 AY 18. 1908.
BY FRIENDS ON
Local Candidates in Royal
Neighbor Fight Are Given
OFFICES ARE DECORATED
Clerks in Miss Dade's Department Con
gratulate Her Changes Are Ef
fective in July.
Miss Myrtle Dade, Miss Lucy Eaton,
Mrs. Sam Ransom, Dr. Hada Burk
hart and E. R. Dade returned yester
day from Chicago where they attend
ed the head ramp session of the-Roval
Neighbors. Miss Dade this morning
on appearing at her oflire in the M.
W. A. building was given a demon
stration by the olilce clerks. Her pri
vate olllce was decorated with great
bunches of flowers, while over her
desk had been placed a large horse-
Hhoe in the colors of the society, with
a large card on which was written,
"From Miss Dade's Girls." Stream
ers of purple and white adorned the
office. . , J
The young ladles gathered about
Miss Dade and congratulated her on
her victory in the contest for the
place of supreme recorder, and she
responded and briefly outlined her
policy of office administration.
i Dr. Hada Burkhart, who was de
feated in. the contest for the oflice of
rr.preme physician, was also remem
bered by her friends on her 'return,
and when she went to her office yes
terday afternoon she found It profuse
ly decorated with flowers. Although
he was defeated, her friends called
to congratulate her on the showing
made lu the convention.
MIhh Uaile Talkn.
Speaking of ,the convention today
Miss -Dade said to an Argus repre
sentative: "There never was a meet
ing' like it in the history of the so
ciety, and we all hope that there
, never will be another of that sort. It
was a bitter flghtj but we made no
demonstration over our success, and
all efforts are united for the good of
There was but one vote against
Rock Island on the question of estab
lishing the head office here, one dele
gate from Iowa opposing the propo
Before adjournment the convention
adopted a resolution appropriating not
to exceed $75,000 for the construct ion
of an office building here.V The ac
ceptance of the offer of the Industrial
commission for a site was feft with
the executive council, as was. the mat
ter pf changing the articles of asso
ciation to make Rock Island- the head
quarters. The changes do not go into
effect Tintil July 1, and by that time
the executive council will have de
termined what steps to take to estab
lish the office here.
In Tempoi-nry Quartern.
It is understood that the society
will be provided with temporary quar
ters here during the time that the
new building is in process of 'con
struction. The office will be estab
lish'ed temporarily in the Safety
building, it is expected. The officers
do not anticipate any difficulty with
Peoria over the removal of the office,
but are prepared to meet any con
test that may be started.
The beneficiary committee members
are here today for a meeting, and it
is expected that Mrs. Lina M. Collins
of St. Paul, the new supreme oracle,
will be" here Wednesday for. a con
ference of the executive 'board.
Hrportrr Im Honored.
E. R. Maloney, the court reporter
of this city who was the official re
porter of the convention, returned
this noon from Chicago. Mr. Maloney
had a difficult task at the meeting.
and at the close of the session the
delegates showed their appreciation
of his services by according him the
grand honors of the society and pre
senting him with a great bunch of
American Beauty roses.
Speaking of the intense feeling in
the session, Mr. Maloney stated that
31 women fainted during the conven
t;on. ' j
The next session was voted to Den
ver. Helped ltock iHlaml.
In addition to the members of the
committee representing the Rock Is
land Industrial commission and the
Looster club. Captain H. A. J. Mc
Donald, F. . G. Young, William M.
ivecK ana warren a. net otners
who were on the ground and gave
this city rnenclly assistance were
Judge R. W. Olmsted, George Davis.
E. R. Maloney, Judge B. D. Smith of
Mankato. Minn.. E. E. Murphy of Leav
enworth, Kan., R. R. Smith of Brook
field, Mo., Harry Franklin of New York
City, and Charles Whalen of Madison,
The prominent lady members of the
great society who contributed to the
bringing about of the final result fa
vorable to the permanent location of
the head office of the order in Rock
Island were Mrs. J. W. Eurlght and
Mrs, Vhidniore of Kansas, Mrs.1
Lester of Illinois, Mrs. Harry Frank
lin of JCew York City.iflrs. Clara Rich
ards, Mrs. Hattie Lombard and Mrs.
General Mitchell of Michigan, Dr. Franc
Morrill of Chicago. Mrs. Childs of Wis
consin, Mrs. Irene Bentley of Iowa,
Mrs.' Nash of Minneapolis, Mrs. Susie
Boag of Missouri, together with Miss
Myrtle Dade, Dr. Hada Burkhart, Mrs.
W. Hawes, Mrs. Anna Ranson, Mrs. j
Collier, Mrs. Godfrey and Miss Rounds
of Rock' Island. The'newly elected
chief oracle. Mrs. Collins of St. Paul,
was likewise one of Rock Island's most
staunch and loyal supporters, while the
etiring -oracle, Mrs. Watts of Omaha,
was praised for her extreme fairness
on the removal question.
Universally acknowledged to be
The Best Natural Laxative Water
TAGS SOLD WELL
Proceeds From Work of Two
Charity Organizations Satur
day Netted Fully $800.
FfGURES NOT COMPLETED
Band Concert Helped the Ladies in
Evening Proved a Success From
- "' . Every Point of View.
Qbr breakfast will give you rnore pleasure in
fthe eating and more strength in the results
Lilian any other form of whole wheat food.
Tag day, as conducted by the Asso
ciated Charities and the King's Daugh
ters in Rock Island Saturday, was a
success from every point of view. Ap
proximately ?800 was collected for
charity, and this amount may be great-
pVdish 6(1 big brown Quaker Wheat Berries
avenue, Moline. ' v: 1 '
The 'confirmation class win meet
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Pray
er service will be held the same even
Ingat 8 o'clock. . :
Zion Lutheran. The pipe organ and
building committees will meet this
evening at 8 o'clock ia the church..
The confirmation class will meet to
morrow evening. . : v
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held in the church. ,
The Young Men's club will meet In
the church Thursday evening.
The confirmation class will -hold a
meeting in the church Friday even
. Saturday morning at 10 o'clock the
Boys' club will have a picnic at. Long
Saturday evenlngr prayer 'services
will be held at the home of Olof Nel
son, Fifth street and. Twenty-fifth ave
nue, Moline. ,
German Evangelical. The Ladies'
The funeral of Mrs.-' Homer L
Darby was held at 2 o'clock yesterday ly Increased when reports are received
afternoon at Sarrort TTpart athplrnl from all the workers. Mrs. W. H
Davennort. and with tntprmont at St Whisler and Mrs.' Mary Montgomery,
Margaret's cemetery in that city. Mrs. chairmen of the Associated Charities Sewing society will meet in the par-
uaroy. wno died at her home in Rock-B"u u,e "u53, ictijwuvc- lorg of tne parsonage on Ninth street
ford Thursday, was a Rock Island MY. wnn a corps m woricers, were on Thursday afternoon,
giri,-her maiden name being Ann: 'e sireeis can mm iaie semug tags. NexJ. Sunday Rev c. B. Weiss of
Lave. She was married to her sur- Very few escaped being tagged; for Liverpool, Ohio, will preach in the
viving nusuand in this city eight I every vicum was preuy sure 10 see lo I church
years ago. The family removed from lit that his trtenas were tagged also
cms cuy to KocKiord two, years ago. l ine laaies are uiucu pieasea wun inei south Park Chaoel. The Junior as
irs. jjaruy was 11 years oi age. ue- resuns oi u.c. ui. ai.u wuu uie sociatIon will meet in the chanel Tues
: .i 1. i. .... i , i i , i I i ntVitv. ' . -. . .3 , I r
mrs uti nusuauu sue is surviveu uy i maimer m wuttii cvcij uiie resyouueu i ,jav afternoon nt 4 n'clnolr Prnvpr
one brother, John, and a sister, a nun, to their requests for charity. Had j service will be held Tuesday evening
cusier xviarv uauiuua oi me uruer oi l mere oeen more workers avaiiaDie me iQ. 7. on
iiaiiijr, ui v-euar napms. iproceeus wouiu uiiuuuuieuiy uave oeen 1 ollnn- wni ho oervwl hcrinntn?
consiueraoiy larger. at fi-3rt In tho rhnnol Thiirsv ovm.
mrs. o. r. r-eeK. 1 Buy ia the Evening. I jng I Dr. J. E. Asay has gone to Peoria
Mrs. B. F. Peek, 822 Eleventh ave-l In the evening there was a concert . to attend the sessions of the Illinois
iiue, Mjine, passed away yesterday in Spencer square by the Rock Island! Christian Science. The weekly tes- state Medical society which will con
after an illness of about-a month. Military band, and this attracted timonial meeting will be held Wednes- Unue till Friday.
Mrs. Peek. who. was formerly Miss scores of People In addition to the un- day evening at 7:45 o'clock. The read- Miss Mary Gleason. Edward Gleason
Alice Crawford, was born at Traverse I usually large throng of Saturday ev- ing room is open daily except Sunday of Geneseo and Andrew Greaser of
(Puffed and baked under 400 Fahrenheit)
on sale at CentS
for a limited time only. Regular price ten cent
Crisp before eating
The Quaker Q&ls Qmpaivy
'he price of Quaker Oats is now iocl
City. Mich., in 1874. She was a Erad- ening shoppers. The down town streets from 3 to 4 o'clock,
uate of.Oberlin university and an ac- were swarmed with people, and the
complished violinist, having been ladies made good use of the opportuni
prcmlnent in musical circles in the ty to sell the little cards. They took
tri-cities for a number- of years. In stations at the different corners and
1899 she was united in marriage to near the large stores, and successfully
B. F. Peek, a prominent attorney of presented their cause to those who
Moline. She is survived bv her hus- passed.
band and three children, Katherine,
Alice and Virginia. Mrs. Peek was
a member of the Episcopal church,
the Woman's club and the I. H. N.
circle of the King's Daughters.
Andrew G. Larson.
The death of Andrew G. Larson, 316
Fourth avenue, occurred Saturday
evening at 8:10 after an illness of but
four days. Mr. Larson was born in
Sweden in 1862 and came, in 1882, to
this city, where he had resided since.
He was married four years, later, his
wife having been Miss Gustina Carl
son. - He is survived by his mother
who is in Sweden, his wife and one
daughter, Marie. The funeral services
will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock from the First Swedish Lu-
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
be gladly received and Dublished. But
The tag selling continued until late In either case the identity of the sender
Muscatine were in the city to attend
the funeral of Daniel Ciary yesterday.
Mrs. George Hull, Miss Violet
Strupp, Miss Grace Graves, Rev. W.
B. Clemmer and Harry' Shiffer of the
Memorial Christian church left today
to attend the state Sunday school con
vention at Dixon.
at night, the ladies being undaunted
by the threatening state of the
Tag day proved one of the most sat
isfactory and successful methods' yet
tried to secure contributions for char
ity in the ctty.
must be made known, to Insure rella-
Diiity. written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
The collection of garbage will be
gin Monday, May 18, 1908. All per-
Tomorrow at the Villa. In connec- sons are hereby, notified to provide
a separate water tight coverefl me
tallic vessel to be used for garbage
and for no other purpose, as required
by law. RALPH DART, M. D.,
- Commissioner of Health.
IN THE CHURCHES
tion with the coffee to be given at
Villa de Chantal tomorrow afternoon,
the hostesses have arranged to have
two short programs given during the
afternoon, as follows: V
THREE O'CLOCK PROGRAM.
Piano solo, Crescendo...... Per Laffon
United Presbyterian. The Ladies' I Miss Mary Luella Jones.
Mission society will meet this evening I Reading, "The Obstructive Hat In
with Mrs. Fredericka Frederick, 112C I the Pit" .... Selected
Nineteenth street.' . Miss Mary E. Simpson. . Having decided to quit the liquor
'Prayer service will be held Wednes- Song, "Roses After Rain" Selected business, we will offer to the public
aay evening in tne cnurcn. 1 Miss Josephine Adams
The Ladies' Aid society will meet J There will be an interval of half an
Stock Must Go
June 1, 1908.
the following stock at greatly reduced
tfceran church Burial will take place Frlday afternoon with Mrs. J. D. War- hour between the closing number of priCeS:
at ChippiaTinock cemetery. ' Int A9, -., Sunn
j glass in the morning can be relied on to
relieve CONSTIPATION and all bowel and
In full bolilcs and splits
' Fred Metow.
Fred Melow, whose home is
southwest of Milan. died this
morning. He had been suffering for
the past six months from cancer of
the stomach. Mr. Melow was born
in Germany and was 54 years old.
He had lived in this county for 37
years, the last 12 years being spent
on the farm. He is survived by his
wife and two children, Fred and Anna,
and five step-children.
The funeral of Daniel Clary, 352
fourteenth avenue, was held yester-
nock, 423 Second -street.
First Methodist The Epworth
league will hold its monthly business
meeting at the church this evening.
All members are asked to be present.
The Daughters of the Covenant will
hold their quarterly missionary tea at I Miss Mary Luella Jones
6:30 tomorrow evening at the home of Song Miss Julia Mcllvain
Mrs. F. K. Rhoads, 1032 Twenty-first Coffee and sandwiches will be served
street. I nil aft
Will UUXS 1.UU U V UUULU. - - - -
Prayer service and Sunday school also be a feature. The coffee is given Inal prLce 'f nd ?3 per gallon'
teachers' meeting will be held Wed- by the ladies of the Visitation guild
nesday evening in the church. for the benefit of the Villa. The hos
tile first program and opening number
of the second program.
4 O'CLOCK PROGRAM.
Miss Eva M. Linihan.
Waltz ; Chopin
Sunny Brook, bottled in bond,, full
quarts, original price $12 per case, sale
Sunny Brook, bulk, original price
$3.50 per gallon, Bale price $2.50.
Old Darling, B. B., full quarts, orig
inal price $12 per case, sale price $9.
Old Darling, bulk, original price per
gallon $3-50, sale price $2.50.
Straight whisky blend. In bulk, orlg-
Two Quart Bottles
with every purchase. Tour
choice of Port, Muscatel, Tokay,
Sweet Catawba, Blackberry, or
1517 Third Avenue,
Rock Island, I1L
price $2 and $2.25
Compound whisky, original price $2,
business meeting and election of offi
cers at the home of Mrs. M. E. Swee
day afternoon from the Sacred Heart nev- 901J Twentieth street, Friday af-
chnrch. It w.la in rhnro-o nf the St I ternoon at 6.
The Ladies' Aid society will hold a tesses- of Tuesday will be the Misses Jsale Price $1-25 Per gallon.
Fern Altmann, Julia Mcllvain, Teressa California wine, made 1888, original
Herlitzka and Mary Simpson. Hours price $3 per gallon, sale $1.50.
from 2:30 to 5:30 p.
and 4 o'clock..
m. , Programs at
Joseph branch of the Western Cath
olic union of which Mr. Clary was a
member. Burial took place in St.
i Mary's cemetery in Davenport. Rev.
J. F. Lockney conducted the services.
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Saturday evening at 7:30 in the
church. '-' .
Receptfon by W. C. T, U. There
will be a reception given by the W.
C. T. U. at 3 o'clock tomorrow after
, California wines, assorted, original
price $1.75 per gallon, sale $1.
All other varieties of liquor on hand
at same reduced prices.
Remember, these liquors are all guar-
We have a lot of them that are idle and we are anxious to put them -to
work. Have you a job for some of them?
If you need any dollars come and see us. We'll loan them to you,
from 10 up, at a rate you can afford to pay and you can return them
to Us a few at a time over a long time if you wish. ,
We ake a lien on your furniture, piano, horses, wagons, cows, or
other personal property to secure us for the dollars we lend you, but
the property remains in your possession. We're fair and prompt and
'reasonable, and your business with us will be confidential. Let us
know how many dollars you ne9d. . Call, write or phone us. We'll
do the rest.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,
MITCHELL LTHDB BLOCK, ROOM S8, ROCK ISLAICM.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m and Saturday evening, Telephone
weet 614; new telephone 6011.
RECORD OF COURT HOUSE
Real Estate Transfers.
Arvid Kjelstrom to Eliza A. Mont
gomery, lot 5, block "A." Griffith &
Co.'s addition to Moline, .$2,885.
Louis Binfeldt to C. Luchmann, lot
7, block 2, Smalley's second subdivis
ion section 5, southwest quarter sec
tion 2-17-2W, $o5U.
B. F. Knox to Charles F. Bladel, lot
80x150 feet, on Twelfth street. Rock
Island, rorthwest quarter section 2-17
Lawrence Warner to. Frank C. War
ner, part lot 19, Nourse's addition to
Moline, $1. , . '. .
John Weckel to F. W. Stromer, part
west 44 rods, northeast, southwest
quarter section 8-17-lw, $000.
Louis Mosenfelder to B. F. Knox,
lot 80x150 feet, on Twelfth street, Rock
Island, northwest quarter section 2-17-
2W, $1.-. - ... -
First Baptist. Wednesday evening
prayer service will be followed by a
meeting of the bible study class.
The "Ladies' Aid society will meet I good program has been prepared and
for work in the church parlors Friday I refreshments will be served
afternoon. The choir will meet for
rehearsal Friday evening In the church. I Golf Club Dancing Party.' A pleas
ant dancing party was given Satur-
Memorial Christian. The teachers' I day evening by the Arsenal Golf club
training class will 'meet tomorrow ev-1 at the .club house on the island. The
ening in the church. W. D. Stine will affair was quite largely attended and
noon at the Sundav school room nf anteed to,be under tne Pure food
" - I A A 4 Ant
Broadway Presbyterian church In the aDProvea Jane oV 131,0
interests of the flower mission. A
FRYER & CO.
2223' Fourth Ave.
lead the meeting.
was very enjoyable. . Light refresh-
Prayer service will be held Wednes-1 meuts were served during the even-
day evening . in the church. W. D. I ,nS.
Stine will be (he leader.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Akers,
1143 Third avenue. :
Daughters of Isabelle Card Party.
The Daughters of Isabelle will give a
card: party of K, of C. hall Wednesday
evening.. . Refreshments will be served
Broadway Presbyterian. Tomorrow I during the evening,
evening the Young People's association
So Is TEDDY, and so will yon
be if V .' . : -.
I Dr. Mariin's
Does Your Dental Work. (- .
"It Don't Hurt a Bit.V
115 Second, ave London Bldg.
To Experiment with Turbines.
One of our largest ocean steamship
companies has decided to" continue
using the old style reciprocating -.engines,
but in addition will try the ex
periment of combining the two, there
by getting better results at about one
third of the cost. The time for exper
imenting is past when It is a question
of curing ailments of- the stomach.
liver, kidneys and bowels. Most ev
erybody decides at once to get a bottle
of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, because
Its past record of Cures proves it to be
the best If you are still experiment
ing ; with this or that remedy, stop it
at once, and . follow the above plan,
which has. '.already benefited thous
lands. It cures and prevents poor ap
petite, headache, .' biliousness, costive-
Iness, insomnia," dyspepsia, indigestion,
heartburn, sour risings, liver troubles
I female ills .. and - malaria,- fever and I
will meet in the Sunday school room."
-Wednesday afternoon at 4 the Junior
association will meet : in " the Sunday
school room. '
Prayer service will be held 'Wednes
day evening at ':45 in the church.
The Ladies'. Aid society will meet
Friday afternoon at tne home of Mrs.
A. H. . Wood, 3037 Tenth avenue.
First .Swedish Lutheran. This even-
R. N. of A., Attention .
-Members of Dewey camp. No. 103C.
are requested to attend our Regular
meeting May 19 to rejoice" over our
victories. - " : .
LOLA vM'LEAN, Oracle.
Ida M. Barker, Recorder.
MRS. D. E. SCHOLL
Is the place to get a good sham
poo, facial and 6calp massage,
manicuring or chiropody.
. A full line of hair goods, nets,
etc Hair work made to order.
Hair dressing for. parties and
weddings at the homes if de
sired. Opposite Harper house.
. Old Phone ,953.
Why it Is wise to come to us
for a loan if you will consult us.
Call at our offfce, or phone or
write us, and one of our agents
will call at your home and ex
plain our plans and terms of
FURNITURE, PIANOS, TEAMS
OR LIVE STOCK.
84 cents is the weekly payment
on a $35 loan for 50 weeks. Oth-
. er amounts at the same. propor
tion. All dealings strictly pri
vate and confidential. '
v We loan almost anywhere
within 35 to 40 miles of Daven
port. May we hear from you. Write
TRI-CITY LOAN CO.
New phone 242; old phone
2425-N. 219 Brady street, Dav
Open Wednesday and Satur
news all the . time THE
It Reached the Spot
Mr. E. Humphrey, who owns a large
general store at. Omega, Ohio, and is
president of the Adams . County Tele-
ing the young people's confirmation I phone company, as well as. of. the
class meets at the parsonage. . I home Telephone company of Pike
Tomorrow afternoon at 2 the fu-1 county; Ohio, says of Dr. King's New
neral of . Andrew .Larson will be held! Discovery: "It saved my life once.
at the church. - . - I At least I think it did. It seemed to
The Willing Helpers society meets I reach the spot the very seat of my
tomorrow evening, at the home of I cough when everything else failed."
Miss Jennie Swanson, 423 Fifth street. I Dr. King's New Discovery not only
Prayer service and Sunday school reaches the cough spot; it heals the
teachers' meeting will be held at the sore spots ' and the weak spots c In
church Wednesday evening at 7:30. throat, Jungs and chest. Sold under
; Thursday - evening there will be guarantee at all druggists. 60. cents
; Friday evening the steamboat ex
cursion of the Tri-city Luther league
will take place, the boat leaving the
Rock Island levee at 8 o'clock.
and $L Trial bottle free.
In every clime its fame is heard; -Its
name has spreau from sea to
- . eea, : v-
Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock iheX not surprised if. in the other world
confirmation class meets. - I uu.re tte w iaK ocy atonu-
tam Tea; - Begin now. "
J Grace Lutheran. The Acme society
Harper House Pharmacy.
I Racycle Pierce
j I i The Best Made. , :
jl John Koch's Brand of tires-the "best ever" !;!
: 218 17th St. Bicyclo Store