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PROVES ITS TITLE
Adelphic Society of Augustana
Sustains RepmaUon at
THREE HUNDRED ATTEND
Function Held at ij ninasiuin Mu-nk-ul
.umhers ami Address by
More (han 3o0 students of Augustana
college thronged the bis college gym
nasium last night at the annual re
ception qf the Adelphic society. The
event was one of the most successful
receptions held at the college for
years, and went fi show that the Adel
phic still maintains its reputation of
lx-ing the "live society." The program
was txcelhnt and included Dr. C. V.
Fops as principal speaker.
Tin- gymnasium was artistically dec
orated for the occasion, the Adelphic
colors, red and white, playing a con
spicuous part in the color scheme. At
the front of the gym was a platform
built in the shape of a rustic porch, in
tertwined with oak leaves and with
red ::r.il white streamers on both sides
Ali.ve the platform in red and white
litiiTS was the word "Altphic." Nu
merous college pennants hung through
out the gymnasium added to the effect
of the decorai ions.
As the Adelphic orchestra under the
direction of W. E. Pearson began play
iag the opening number, the lights in
the gym were suddenly 'turned out.
After a momentary darkness a dozen
red and white light3 flashed feu th
around the orchestra on the platform,
rhining through the loaves and produc
ing a very pretty effect. The trans
formation came as a complete surprise
rnd caused the audience to burst forth
with spontaneous applause.
Oration for I-'omh.
At the close of the orchestra encore
A. W. Bloom, president of the Adel
phic, welcomed the guests in behalf
of the society. Miss Ethel Wade fol
lowed with a violin solo and was forc
ed to respond to an encore. Dr. C. W.
Foss, speaker of the evening, was then
introduced and received another ova
tion from the students similar to that
accorded him a week ago at the fac
ulty reception. Dr. Foss spoke of the
school systems conducted by the mis
sionaries among the natives of India,
and particularly of tho school at Ra
jahmundry, maintained by the general
council of the Lutheran church. The
native students of that institution had
request ed Dr. Foss to bring greetings
to the students. of Augustana cnilege.
and the latter delivered th? greetings
A vov .ncetaoinshrd!:ivb-!cejxzfifln"fTl
A vocal duet by Tage and Yngve
Joranson followed, and then a reading
by Miss Fearl Savillc. Both numbers
were exceedingly well rendered and
the audience insisted on encores. The
program closed with a selection by
the orchestra, which also was forced
to respond to an encore.
Then followed the social part of the
evening. Refreshments, ronsisting of
orange ice, cake and fudges, were
served, and the reception concluded
in the usual manner with a "grand
IN SOCIAL CIRCLES
m:hm: ciiAss at villa
HONORS MOTMKi: UOKGIA
Tl e; senior class of the Villa de
Chiinfal gave an exceedingly dejighttul
entertainment in the asseraCTy hall at
the Villa last ee:iini', in honor of the
fen: t day of Mooter -Fi tiiu es Borgia.
The main feature of the program as
a farce, wiih music. eiui:ied "When
Trixie ,C?irio," composed and prcsent
d by-Thc; seniors. The siage was
beautifully decorated f'sr the play with
School pennant.-, eic. The scenes were
cast about a girls' school and tho plot
clever. A number of musical selec
tions composed for the occa.-iou were
given. The casi v;n as follows:
A ligclicn Sweet . .
Stella Ziw.k .
J-CiUhryn Smile. . .
Hiss Sour .......
.. .Oonux:l by .Mis: I riiih.'.- Simpson
"Preceding the preseiu .at ion e.f the
play. Miss Florence Buckley gave an
excellent address to Mother Borgia
Miss Florence? Walsh
rcruouen. ana .miss
. Margaret (Jormley
. . Iiornthy Simpson
. . Kloretn e Walsh . .
Xa no J f.'K iin-'
FJnf" n. o IliunrUri y.-i
. Pl.ili. ke Sellluf'S.-er
.... X.iunii Johnson
.. Ft' T p.ro Buckley
games, chief among which was a
geographical game in which Curtis
Cromer won first prize. A dainty
luncheon was served during the
course of the evening.
Voted Member Woman's Club.
At a meeting of the executive
board of the Moline Woman's club
yesterday, the following we.v v ted
to membership: Mesdames F. II. First
of Rock Island, 11. E. Wiese. Daven
port. A. G. Munson. Kate Hayes, II.
Daley, C. Mitchell. A. Swnnson. D. il.
Lorend, Louis Miller, II. C. Kohl, I!
DeJagger. F. De.Iagger, R. K. Baker,
George Downing. H. Kuehl, Jan.se:
and K. V. S.vnrtz of Moline. Two
:;ltcrnates to the state convention of
charities will be elected today.
Merry Wichiow Dunce.
The Merry Widdow clubbe will give
the first dancing party of a winter
series at Industrial hall. Tuesday.
Oct. 10.' The committee in rhuriro
consists of Misses Gertrude .Schneid
er. Marguerite Coyle. Helen Krueger,
Amelia Raisrh. Kate t'oyle. Rose
Benck, Rose Sehatz, Edna Schneider
and Helen Hartzell.
Fntertaiiis for Sister. .
Mrs. E. il. Pietcher. 1100 Four
teenth street, entertained 15 young
, in honor of her
E. Anderson, tiie
sh sang sweetly j ladies last evening
s Xaomi Johnson j sister. Miss Grace
rendered a pre'ty instnim-'iital selec-1 event being the celebration of her
tion. At the conclusion of Hie program j 1 t.h anniversary of her birth. The
Miss Dorofhy Simpson, in behalf of ' evening was spent in games, first
her classmates of 'in, present. d with
an original poem a beautiful clock o
Mother Borgia. Dancing followed the
prize going Xo Miss Ella Ding'.edein
and consolation to Miss Lillian Wil
liams. Refreshments were served.
For Miss Wlieelan.
- Ten young ladies, stenographers at f;
iiie .Moiiue nww cuaipany, fiiirrcu.iM't ;
at dinner Thursday evening at the
Tower in honor of one of their num
ber, Mi3S Celia W!M"-!an of this city,
who leaves soon or Chicago, where
ihv has accepted a position. Th.
jSvlewas prettily appointed in dahlias
tipjl greenery ami place cards, lioIJir.g
J'Ciuies of fuk ea.es, etc.. ri..d' su; -tiide
souvenirs of fii farewell i'.inctio:.
Roasts and toasts to the honored, i,i
which semblances of her favori-1
"liobbies" were seen, preceded the
dinner, and the hours subsequent were
rptnt with koiiak.-; and the delights of
l l.:;!:tseeing at the favored resott.
F. D. V. Club Meets.
The F. D. C a club of boys or
ganized among the members of the,
Sunday school cla;s of Miss .ella
Barrett at the First Met "nodi: t church,
held a meeting ;iast ever.i-ig at the
home of Fran It Wilcox. 2 7. 'JO Sixth
avenue. After a short business s-es-
Mrs. Elliot Surprised.
Mrs. E. I,. Elliott was pleasantly
sujirised by 2i of her friends la'sl
vening at her home 415 Sixteenth
street. Luncheon was served by the
hostess and a good time was enjojed
Queen Esther Guild.
The regular monthly meeting of
Queen Esther's Guild of the Memorial
Christian church, will be held Mon
day evening with Mrs. Frank 1).
Seward, 2C27 Eighth avenue.
The Tri-City 500 club will meet with
Mrs. A. Mosenfelder of Rock Island
DIAV0L0 IS A DOPE FIEND
Once High Salaried Circus Performer
Taken as Vagrant Milwaukee.
Dare Devil Diavolo, at one time one
of the highest salaried circus pet form
ers in the world, who thrilled circus
goers of Rock Island with his deaf.)
sion, the evening was spent in playing j - t ying ac t. has been arrested in Mtl-
. wauk.ee on a charge of vagrancy and
sentenced to the house of correction
for 00 days. I
Seven years ago w ith the Barnum j
Bailey circus Diavolo introduced tho
loop the loop bicycle act, and he says
he commanded a salary of 127.000 a
season. Later he was with the Ring-1
ling Bros. show. I
"Dope and booze is the cause of it
all." Diavolo told the Milwaukee po
lice before being taken to the work
house. "I made money thousands of
dollars. Ringling Bros, paid me $100
a day for every performance, and f
have letters and credentials to prove
if. But it is all gone now drink got
the better of me."
occasionally leads to over-indulgence
in the good things of the
ta'ole. Be good to your stomach.
Right it at once with
Errlere. In txxe 10c. and 25c
It's applied like paint
on Gas Stoves and
Pipe. Shines itself.
Won't wash off. ats
up Rust. Makes old
Screen New. Produces
Ebony Finish on Iron and Wood.
For eale by Rock Island Hard war
Company,. Ill and Ehleb.
Our Third Floor and Brass Bed Department are jammed full of Iron and Brass Beds at a saving to
you of from 1-3 to 1-2 over what other dealers are asking. This is a rare chance for brass and iron
bed purchasers for the next few days. 'Positively no goods sold to dealers at these prices.
EVERY THING MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES M
,if .iii s
This is one of the best values we have offered
in a long time. As the illustration shows, it
is very substantial as well as ornamental ; has
continuous posts and beautiful hand-painteel
panels. It will prove satisfactory in any home
price only C'fi
This is a wonderfully nice bed for the price.
The continuous post makes it highly sub
stantial. It is finished in Vernis Martin, and
if you desire a high class bed at a very low
price, come and take a look at this bed, for
Our line of brass beds is immense purchased of one of
the largest and most reliable factories in the country. We
have just received a carload of these beds. It will pay you
to come and look them over.
ALL BRASS BED, with
large, heavy 2-inch tubing
and beautifully shaped vases
is finished in a rich satin
brass, and will add much to
the appearance of any bed
only Kj esdka9
Sec !Ms heavy 2-inch-posf Bed
Another very desirable bed for a very small
price the illustration is accurate will prove
to be a good purchase for anyone. Comes in
colors, green and gold and blue and gold
just like cut your choice for only
E ALL BRASS
E trfr-1 I
!.. l..l'.M.rUW mM if' I '4
til' , "''.i; "-;:;: bV ,, I
BED Very plain but artistic, and a wonder
ful bargain at the price quot
ed. Never before has an at-
tempt been made to sell a
"il apnnino AT T. T?T? A CQ PPn
at so low a price.. While
A new design in a low priced bed. The posts
are heavy and it is supported by cross-bar tub
ings, which makes it a very substantial bed;
beautifully enameled in white. If you are
looking for a good bed cheap, buy this one,
similar to cut, only
just like F fF 8
only fyJLltiF a CP
This is a very handsome bed, well made and finished,
at an extremely low price. It has a beautiful hand
pakited panel, and is enameled in green and decorated
ia gold. We can save you money if you buy now.
Just like cut look at the price
Choice of the best c!.;!d's cribs ever offered for the
money. No home with !iu!e ones should be without
it is clean, durable end low priced
In an ordinary stove nearly
ninety per cent of the combusts
ible matter of the fuel escapes
Aumrfev.'-J In a RIVER-
BLAST little or
no smoke is sent forth from the
chin-.ney. All smoke and gases
are burned in this stove. This
is only one reason why you
should ovi r one.
1-i.L f:,i.- TX
'$&0r side hot;bl
' k i .
V;Qur kitchen r may produce- heat in
abundance? but what decs it do with it? That is
the important question to you.. The Riverside
Iron Range radiates all the heat into the oven,
where it is needed . Come in and see this range.
lies in the wonderfully con
structed fire-pot. THE RIV
ERSIDE HOT BLAST pro
duces more heat for less money
than any other stove in the
world. You will save at least
one-third your tucl expcnai
tures by using a RIVERSIDE.
Corner Si-icSeenlli Slree! ad Second Aveirae
It Is in time of sudden mishap or
accident that Chamberlain's Liniment
can be relied upon. to take the place
of the family doctor, who cannot al
ways be found at the moment. Then
It is that Chamberlain's Liniment is
never found wanting. In cases of
sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the
soreness and drives away the pain.
Sold by all druggists.-
Chicago. Oct. 9. Following are the;
quotations on the market today:
December, 101. 102',, 101, 101.
May, 10314, 103, 103, 103.
December, SSVi, 5S, 58, 5S.
May, C0, 61, C0y2, C0.
December, 39,' 391,, CS, 39.
May, 41, 41, 41, 41.
October, closed 23.00.
January, 18.50, 1S.G3. 1S.47, 18.50.
May, 18.25, 1S.30, 1S.20, 18.25.
October, 12.12, 12.15, 12.12, 12.15.
November, 11.77. 11.77. 11.75, 11.75.
January, 10.S5, 10.87. 10.S2, 10.85.
October, closed 11.37.
January, 9.70, 9.70, 9.C7, D.70.
-Receipts today Wheat 58, corn
259. oats 98, hogs 4,900, cattle
6.000, Fheep, 1,500.
Estimated receipts Monday Hogs
Hog market opened 5c higher.
Hogs left over 3.6G5. Good heavy
7.358.15, rough heavy 7.25 S. 18,
light 7.25 (i 7.90, mixed and butchers
Cattle market opened steady.
Sheep market opened steady.
Omaha Hogs 1.500, cattle 300.
Kansas City Hogs 3,000, cattle
Hog market closed steady at early
advance. Bulk 7.C08.O0, light 7.25
(!?7.90. mixeda nd butchers 7. 45 ST
8.10, good heavy 7. 3 5 fr 7.55, rough
heavy 7.35 (f?) 7.55.
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheep market' closed steady.
Northwestern receipts Minneapo
lis, today 598, last week, 4S2, last
year 072. Duluth, today 4 93, last
week S3C, last year 3 85.
Liverpool closing cables Wheat V
to lower, corn higher.
New York Stocks.
New York, Oct. 9. Following are
the quotations on the stock market to
day: Gas 1154
Union Pacific ; 204
I". S. Stfl preferred 127
U. S. Steel common 871 '
Rork Island common 3ni
Southern Pacific !2!3J
New York Central 138j
Missouri Pacific CS
Great Northern 151
Northern Pacific -.152',;
Smelters 97 V
C. F. I. .: 44
Canadian Pacific 183
Illinois Central 150
C. & 0 89
15. R. T 78
B. & 0 116
St. Paul 158
Republic Steel preferred lOGVi
Republic Steel common 45
Southern Railway 29
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock, peed and Fuel.
Provisions and Produce.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound,
10c; spring chickens, per pound, 14c.
Butter Dairy, 25c to 27c; creamery,
30c to 21c.
K?KH 25c. , i
Lard 13c to 14c, f.
Potatoes 55c to COc -
Onions COc to 70c.
Beets COc. '
Parsnips 50c. y.
Feed and Fuel. r
Grain Corn, C5c; oats, 35c to 40c
wheat ,90c. :
Forage Timothy hay, $10 to 11
baled hay, 511; straw, $C.
Coal Lump, per bushel 14c; Black,
4 tke Tob.cc HU
f xa sm NesraiUtcsia.
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VAMU VS? INSTITUTE,