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THE AllGUS, Til UK SPAT, OCTOBER 1. 1909.
.M. W. A. HAVE
Round of Affairs in Which Head
i Officers cf Society and
Wives Take Part.
McNAMARA HOME TONIGHT
mreclors .re Hosts at a Dinner lt
Kvriiiiig at Conuiie i e tal ("lul,
This is a social we-Jk union
ollicials of the Modem- Wjoltn-'ii
Amciiea. Nearly all the head ofliec
arc here with their wives t entertain
ana ho entertained. Tin rf;l.iv evonm
Dr. and Mrs. II. R. .lone.; entei taine l
with a' G o'clock dianer a' their home
8:17 Tw.nty-tiiird street, at which a'
lit vioicnir ana local t'.ea.i o;ii ers an t
their la. lied were present and ye:?terda
jinernoon mis. i--. u. van uaiijer re
ceived uu? nuncs at n?r lioniu :i
rwent. via r.trcct. Last evening the
director were the hsis at a dinn
at thy Co.nji:eifial club, in Dnvenport.
The program for the evenin
viucci DV .irs. limine e-;inani. a
vocal soloist from Itockfortl; Henry
Mellride, a vocal soloist frjin Klgin
and Dr. C. Sowlo. inonolosht. Direct).
I--. Mnrphy o flic rated as toastmastr
and entertaining talks were mad.' hv
Head Consul A. H. Talij it, formal
Head Consul AV. A. Xorthcott and
fin? evening a dinner will be served
at the- homo of Mr. and Mr?. Jam.M
McNaniara on Twentieth street. Tin
hosts on thus occasion, in addition Ui
Mr. anl Mrs. McNmiara. will ho Heal
Cleik and Mrs. C. W. Hawes, Siiprein
-Mcaicsii Director ami .Mrs. L. Kern-.
Surreine Medical Director and Mrs.
V. A.. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. V. O.
Van Galeler. After dinner cards wi!l
Tli Who Are l"iirll-iinlinc
Those who are taking part ia th
entertainments in addition to those
already mentioned are the following
officers: Head Consul and Mrs. A. II.
Talbot, Lincoln, Neb.: Past ilead On
snl W. A. Noithrnp, Springfield. 11! ;
General Attorney Trn:nan Pl.m!,
Waifaw; General Attorney 13. I).
Smith, Mankato, Minn.; Supreme
Medical Director and Mrs. R. L Kerns.
Moline; Head Advisor and Mrs. I). I!
Home, Davenport; Directors A. V.
Ron and wife, Heloit. VR; R. R.
Murphy and wile, Leavenworth. Kan.;
R. It. Smith and wife. Brook field. Mo.;
C. J. Pyrns and wife, IsphoiniiiH,
Mich... and .1. A. Iit-.tledge anil wife,
Klsin, III.; Auditors K. P.. Thomas.
Columbus, Ohio.: M. R. Carrier and
wife, Lansing. Mich.; P. YV. Parroif. :
.Clay Center. Kan.; A. L. Reeves, Jef
, fers'on City, Mo., and O. U P.owman,
.Kingfisher, Okla.; Head Ranker Fran
cis It. Korns and wife. Dos Moines,
and the following ex-officers: Colon' 1
C. J. Saunders, Council Rlaffs, Iowa;
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. McXidler. Maso-i
Friday and Sat
urday Seven pounds of the
Three bars Jap Rose
soap for 25c
Fancy Japan head rice,
four pounds for . . 25c
Indian toasted corn
Four packages for 25c
Ralston breakfast food,
new goods, the
Two packages . . 25c
Fancy cauliflower, large
heads and snow
white, each 25c
Fancy goiden heart cel
ery, three stalks
Our "Choice Blend"
coffee, a 40c value, ele
gant cup quality, the V-
Three pounds . . $1 .QQ
"Phone your order"
Corner 17th Street and
Oil! phone west ."!) new ."SO I
I "IK 'I." . l H
v-iiy, Iowa, and L. M. Otto and wife
Tomorrow afternoon Mrs. Joseph V
McCrory will entertain the visitin
ladies at her home on Twenty-first
Director and Mrs. R. R. Murphy-of
Leavenworth, Kan., are guests of Dr
and Mis. B. R. Jones while here.
TO GIVE PRIZES IN
t'umpaigii to lie Conducted by V. M
C. A. Din ing the Week of
Xow that the work at the Y. M. C. A
has been started and the building put
it! readiness for a busy season of work
i ho oflirors and members will bend
tinir etioits towards securing new
members. Today a ! Iter was sent to
i ach member of the association, ex
naming the campaign and inviting to
help in the securing new members.
During the week commencing Oct.
a comes: will be opened. This week
wi.'l be known as new member week
ami the officers wish to gain at least
inn names. Any member who brings
in a new one will be rewarded. Kvery
new member who joins during this
veek will have an extra month added
to his term free. Every caid which is
made oit for a new member will b
dated Dee. 1. The person who brings
in the most new members will be given
a goia . m. u. a. pin, aim tne one
who brings in the second largest num
ber will receive a silver pin.
The officers of the association invite
every you..., man to come around and
investigate the work connected with
the association. Any self-respecting
man is eligible to membership and vis
itors are welcomed at all times.
ARRESTS MADE FOR
BURNING OF BARNS
rive Keitlisluirj Young Men Caught
Charged With Crimes That
Caused Croat Stir.
Aledo, Oct. 11. Five arrests have
been made at Keithsburg on the
charge of barn biirninii as a result of
n experience the inhabitants passed
thiough a few months ago when even
though the streets were patrolled all
nigiit with ;neii armed with shot guns,
fires were started almost under their
noses, and continued almost nightly
for some weeks. The men now under
iirrost art?: Maurice Fleming, Fay
llanpf. IMuiu Furlong, Apple Braden
:ind Wis. Decker. Onlv one nns heen
leased from jail on nonir. that being
ay Haupt. All the others are still hi
:il hero. It is rumored that confes
sions already made implicate several
thns, but arrests have not yet been
Since its introduction into the l'nit?d
aies, the sales of Parisian Sago have
ii'di phenomenal. 1 nis success lias
1 to many imitations similar in
aiv.e. Look out for them, they are
not the gem; tne. See thai the iritl
with the Auburn hair is. on every pack
age. You can always get the genuinj
at the Harper House pharmacy.
I'aiisian Sage is the quickest acting
and most efficient hair tonic in the
It is made to conform to Dr. Sanger
hond's (of Paris) proven t luory that
dandruff, falling hair, baldness and
scalp itch are caused by germs.
Parisian Sago kills these dandruff
germs and removes all trace of dan
druff in two weeks, or money back; it
stops falling hair and itching scaln
and prevents baldness.
And remember that. baldness ;s
caused by dandruff germs, those littl
hard working, persistent devils that
day and night do not bins: but ditr into
the roots of the hair and destroy its
Parisian Sage is a daintily perfumed
hair dressing; not sticky or greasv.
and any woman who desires luxuriant
and bewitching hair can get it in Iwd
weeks by using it. ."ft cents a large
Low Fares to Milwaukee via Chicago,
Milwaukse & St. Paul Ry.
For the .National Dairy Show, October
14-21. One and one-half fare for the
lourid trip to Milwaukee, from stations
on the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Pail
Railway. Minimum Excursion Fare,
$3.00. Dates of sale, October 14. I.",
1C, IS, 1!, and 20. Return limit to
reach starting point on or before Oc
tober 21. Additional information from
nearest Ticket Agent. Chicago, Mil
waukeo & St. Paul Railway, or from
Mr. F. A. Miller, General Passsenger
Inflammatory Rneumatism Cured In
Morton L. Hill., of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife bad inflammatory rheu
matism in every muscle and joint; her
suffering was terrible and her body ant?
face were swollen almost beyond rec
ognition; had been In bed for six weeks
and had eight physicians, but received
no benefit until she tried Dr. Detch
on's Relief for Rheumatism. It gave
Immediate relief and she was able to
walk about in three days. I am sure
it saved her life." Sold by Otto Grot
Jan. ir.01. Second avenue, Rock Island;
u ust bchlegel & Son. 220 West Sec
ond street, Davenport.
v IN SOCIAL CIRCLES J
m;w staff Fi.FCTKn von
VILLA SHIRLD l'OII VKAK
At a meeting of the students at
the Villa tie Chantal yesterday after
noon, the staff officers of the sem
inary publication, the Villa Shield
were chosen for the ensuing year as
Editor Miss Dorothy U. Simpson.
Assistant editor Miss Florence
Business managers Misses Flor
nee Walsh. Blanche Schlosseur and
Exchanges Miss Florence Hum
Alumnae Miss Marie Killali.
Personal and chronicles Miss Jos
ephine Stock well.
Corresponding secret aries Misses
Irene Kohoe and Johanna McKuno.
Business secretaries-- Misses Mar
garet Cormley and N'oauii Johnson.
Staff artists Misses Xellie Code
and Sadie. Gelling.
i-City Choral t'nion.
Lencl-a-l land club rnoi:'
a meeting to off:
anize a chcra' union
A largo delegation
of the tii-eitics.
is over mm ruoime ana i;o.k is
lam! and some rt niusicia n:; ol 1'av
enport increased the number of
wonld-be members to about 1"0. Dr.
Mien of Chicago will be the director
and leader of the rehearsals, which
it is proposed to hold weekly to pie-
pare for concerts during the wi.uer.
It is expected to givi; "The Mes
siah"' in Davenport about Christmas
time and a concert in Moline in the
spring. Prominent musicians oi Hie
tri-cities are interested an 1 the so
ciety promises to do some e;.cellen(
work. Mrs. J. J. Dorgan of Daven
port was temporary chairman and
Mrs. L. C. Stein also of that ity tem
porary secretary at tne mooting o:
Tuesday night. The following oitic-
ers were elet ted :
President Wii Ham But tor worth.
First vice president--Mrs. J. J.
Second vice president Miss Maude
Ilobertson. Itock Island.
Treasurer A. Y. Ellison, Moline.
Membership eomiiii't'V - Mr.?. C.
H. Ficke, Mrs. L. C. Stein. Miss Hor-
ha Ranzow, Miss Winifred James,
Miss Carrie Alger. Miss Carrie Eck-
mann. all ot Davonpoit.
There will be two secretaries, one
to be chosen from Davenport and tin?
other from .Moline. and a iior.irian.
These officers will he elected at meet
ings next week, the Members to meet
in Moline Monday nigtit ana 1 uct-day
evening at I nity l.ali. Davenport.
Ileooption to Pastor's Family.
The ladies ' of Spencer Memorial
hurcii tendered their pastor, Kev.
R. Shult, and family a reception at
the church Tuesday evening, welcom
ing them to the church for another
ear, Pastor Shult having been re
turned to this church by his confer-
nce for the third time. There was
large gathering of church members
nd tifter a general social hour a
irogram was given. Irving ttartvveii
endeied a violin solo. Mrs. Wag
trass gave two splendid recitations.
vocal solo was given by Miss Cor-
trude Yohn. a piano so.o by Miss Heel-
erg and Miss Ethel Waele gave a
iolin solo. Short addresses welcom
ing 1'astor Miuit wore given ny mo
P.ev. W. It. Wiley. Dr. It. B. William
and Rev. I). H. Leland. the latter of
the Rdgewood Baptist church. The
program closed with a short talk by
II. M. McCaskrin. who presented Pas
tor and Airs. Shult with a handsome
set of silver in appreciation of their
services. The set consisted of a doz
en silver teaspoons and large
tablespoons marked with the letter
"S". Refreshments were served.
Chicken Dinner at Tigbeviile.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tighe entertained
ti few friends at their bungalow on
Rock river Tuesday night. Mrs. Tighe
promised John Carse, Louis Ohlweiler,
Frank Cuinyn and "Billy" Earlo a
chicken dinner if Rock Island won tlu
pennant. She made good Tuesday
night with a fine six-course dinner.
The bungalow was prettily docorat.vd
with autumn leaves. "Billy" Earlo en
tertained the company with several
puzzling sleight-of-hand tricks.
Malmberg- Daebollioh n.
Edwin B. Malmberg and Miss Minnie?
R. Daebelliehn were united in marriage
this morning at 10 o'clock at the par
sonage of the First Methodist church.
Neuralgia. nn m r
Sciatica. ; j . n(m0M
.Rheumatism. J - p
I l rrtin in vjnuji.i i s ... rtm, ' c- ?k
""Ma f -Mr TV . !fWB .
i i .nrr t i -v-iji wr ir ft v tf m f - - - - fi - . . . - i .
j ? j " , mnstaJS AN u THE rAIN IS bONE. Never Solt! in
Ilev. U. B. Wilianis performed the cer
emony. The couple was attended by
Edward Daebelliehn, a brother of the
bride, and by Miss Laura Fox. After
the ceremony a wedding dinner was
served at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. Lena L. Daebelliehn,
-iL'ftO Fourteenth avenue. Mr. Malm
berg resides in Moline and is employ
ed as inspector at the small arms de
part ment at Rock Island arsenal. His
bride has been employed as bookkeep
er at the Battles &. Co. grocery. Mr.
and Mrs. Malmberg dopaitod on the
noon train for a visit of two weeks in
C hicago. After their return they will
be at home with the bride's mother.
Announcement has been made ol
the engagement e:f Miss Hazel Hill
of Freeport, to Edmund C. Walsh.
Jr., of Clinton. The nuptials will 1
solemnized about the Iirst ot tne
year. Mr. Wal di is I ho son of R. '.
Walsh of Davenport., provident of tin
Citizens' Trust and Savings bank in
o river ci!y, and he i; a member ol
the hrm of Walsh Br;;s.
1 "! Tri-I'ity Ladies.
A pretty reception, at which lnn
tri-city ladies will be guests, will b
iven tomorrow afternoon at the Out
ing clnh in Davonpoit, ny .viosdamos
harlos T. Kindt, S. B. Fields and
Miss Julia Kindt, to introduce Miss
layme O'Mealia of Jersey City, X.
., w ho is a guest of Mrs. Fields. The
eeeiving hours are from 3 until ('
Twenty playmates of Ilertnance
Vandelnirgh, little daughter of Mr. an!
Mrs. E. Vandoburgh, Sol First avenue.
surprised her at her bono; Monday
fternoon to remind her that it was
her nimh birthday. A merry time
was had during the afternoon with
allies and music. Refreshments were
served. Hormance received a numb -i
of pretty remembrances.
Omer Hampton of Eliza, 111., and
Miss Ethel Kennedy of Illinois City
were united m marriage at noon yes
terday at the parsonage of the Presby
terian church at Muscatine. lie v. J. X.
Elliott officiating. The couple will live
in Morcir county.
Miss W'immI Surprised.
Miss P.ernice Wood, at h"r home i n
Thirty-eighth street, Tuesday evening
was surprised by -It) friends in celebra
tion of her birthday anniversary,
(lames were played, after which re
freshments wore served.
At the weekly card party at the
Red Cross sanitarium yesterday af
terrioem Mrs. Oswald won first prize,
Mrs. Husbands second, ami Mrs.
Meyer and Mrs. Sthur consolation.
Mrs. Watts was chairman. The next
meeting will be held next Wednesday
The ladies of St. Mary's church this
afternoon are holding a coffee at Co
lumbia ball, and this evening they will
have a card party, at which refresh
ments will be served, the proceeds go
ing to the church fund.
Ladies' Aid to Meet.
The Ladies' Aid society of tlu
Broadway Presbyterian church vv;!l
meet tomorrow- afternoon at :! o'clock
with Mrs. F. R. Harrington, lun?
The S. S. Ai. U. dub of the Fra
ternal Tribunes will give a dunce
Monday evening in Rlks hail. Og
don's orchestra will furnish the mu-
fciC . -- - - -- ;
AUTO REFUSES TO START
And Chicago Bandit Takes Own Life
Arter Baltic With Citicns.
Chicago. Oct. II. After holding up
(he D. M. Erskine tt Co. bank at High
land Park yesterday afternoon in true?
western fashion and forcing the em
ployes at the point of a revolver lo
turn over $177, an unidentified bandit,
when run to cover by a posse of 100
citizens, with a bullet wound in his
side inflicted by one of his pursuers,
commit ted suicide by sending a bullet
V r f: -oV P otmeLirao labicts
KIDNEY DISEASE IS
AN AWFUL AFFLICTION
Yet if you iyill but heed nature's warnings at once you may prevent all the
pain or you
The i:ric acid poison that too often
i ernieatos the human system and re-
! aits fatally to many should be
i.g.iiarly passed off daily by the kid-
i:4.ys if they are well.
j;ut if the kidneys are not well, of
course, tney cannoi perioral pcrieci.-
the work nsngncd to them by na
ture and tne resiui is very qnicKiy
hov.n in weak hack, pains in the
r.ck, rv.-elling cf the ankles and feet,
un:ne;:j undo? fhe eyes, etc. These
. - c 1. : .1
.i re tne simple syinpioms oi riuik-v
ouMo, but they are the fore warn
ings ol clise-asou Kinney., ;niu u
..now kk:ii'. y disease is an av.iui iuuik.
Don't allow the kidneys to get out
of order. You wouldn't care to take
ny chance with having Plight's Dis-
a.o, Diale-tes, Gall-stones, and the
yet that is what you may have
:;d likely will have by r.eglectirg to
h:-lp the kidneys when the kidneys
:re weak. The best way we know of
;o assist nature in restoring the kil
.irys to nornii'l condition is by the
i.-.o of DeVViit's Kidney and Bladder
Pills. The?" wonderful pills are now
almost universally used in this coun
try and the results obtained by thou
sands of people are most gratifying.
DeWiTTS KIDNEY AND BLADDER PILLS;
The Wonderful Waters
Come to C'olr.ix. L-t these
yriiit wains eun- you.
Tin? 4 c i r.'i live ftV Is of theso
Ki'iat mineral waters are re
inarka ll- in the; extreme. Tlu;
ol.l M. . ami Millie Spring
vratcrs have an i inmeil ia te ea
tharlie anil etiiiril ie aet ii ri a nil
lire eoii- e, t lie equal II
not superior to the great for
Colfax Water Cures Rheuma
These woti.lerl ul waters arc
po.-isesseil of a remarkaliii- nie
ll inal value mill are a v.oii
liert'til euie for all forms of
l li-iiiiiaIiHiii. OlM'Kit.V, iinsll-
i:ilin. ami Kiiltit-y ami IMail-
New Hotel Colfax
has been built at these world
famous springs. The aeeom
inoil.i t ions are unsurpassed. A
great leal lire of the lion I is
its in a e, u i liea it t halhs. !; siiles
the -Mineral Water Cure in all
its forms there an; tiie i:!i e
trie. the Turkish and the Nau
lieim -System Baths.
Itutrx: A n:-ri an I'lan, f.i per
Ikny mill I p.
Colfax is on the main line of
the II. iek Isaml line. mile
east of J X s Moines. Hourly in
terurhati sel iee between lies.
Moines anil Colfax. Takeclie
Irie ear elireet from depot to
Write for ill list rated booklet.
HARRY W. SOMMERS, Mgr.
Ilolel 1 oltlil. 4 ill lax. Imvsi.
ihrou.uh his mouth. The money was in
Ilefore taking refuge in a coal shed,
the robber fought desperately with his
revolver, one shot pone trtit ing the left
arm of Jack Sheahan, city marshal. 1 1 1
the? ciiaso of two blocks by the posse
shots were fireel it t the? fleeing bandit,
one1 bullet striking him in the left side
near the he-art. causing a wound that
no dcv.tht would have caused death.
Failure of the crank or an automo
bile" spoiled the robber's plan of es
cape. PROVEN ECZEMA" CURE.
A Trial Hut He of Oil or Wiiitei greM ii
Compound Is Oficre-d at l!." Coots.
I!y a special arrangement with the
D. I). 1). Laboratories of Chicago, wo
can at present offer the D. 1). D.
proscription for eczema in a special
trial bol.l It? at ono-(iiarte r of its usual
price. This oil of v inteTgreen com
pound will surely convince? tbe most
skeptie-al. With the first application
you will got instant relief from the?
ill and soon you will see signs of
No matter how many salves and
otnor si'-calleel skin remedies have
failed, this oil of wintergrcen liouid
(unlike salves) will penetrate to the
inner skin, killing the? eczema germs.
Will you not--on our special rcooiii-
niiMnlaiion call at our store? and
e?i a e-ont trial bottle of D. I). D.
p-.osenption. 1 be Harper house
.lohnsoii-Kc te-hed fight by rounds Sat
urday. l:::n p. m., at liryant's buffet.
Ill Eighteenth street.
All the news all the time Tne Argua.
can stop the trouble if you
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
are harmless, as they contain no nar
cotlcs or habit-producing drugs. Any
one can take them, as directed, In per
Horshov and Ev r tt
BOUND FOR niCHJQAN
Produce prices on Manistee market last week were as
Peaches, T.lic lo $l.l!."t biisliol.
Pears, ijil.U. bushel.
Aevv Potatoes, ."e bushel.
Miisknicloiis 7."c lo doon.
The fruit crop in our district averaged 90 per cent of
being perfect this year and a complete failure is un
known. A good peach orchard will yield three bushel or more
A good apple orchard will yield five bushel or more
Take the above prices and figure it out yourself.
You hear of fruit lands in the west selling for $000
and more per acre. No doubt it is worth it but why go so
far away when you get unimproved land as good and
within a short distance of the best markets of the world
$10, $12 and $15 Per Acre
on your own terms and in case of death
land to heirs without further payments.
Now is the best time t o sec the country while the
fruit is ripe, so join our excursion TUESDAY, OCT. 5.
Fare is only $13 for the round trip in our private
Pullman car and you can be home the 7th .
For full details sec
V. N. MERCER,
1700)4 Third Avenue, Itock Island, III. Phone, Old, Vpt M.
GKOltUE YV. SWIG ART, Chirac. Owaer.
If you have
They Relieve Pain
Quickly, leaving no,
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fect confidence of jtood results.
There has been many a person wht
has suffered agonizing pain, and n-pd-lessly,
too, simply because the way
was unknown whereby the kidneys
might be helped, but anyone will find
quick relief from the pains of kidney
trouble after taking DeWitt's Kidney
and Bladder Pills for a few days.
We would like to hare you know, as
confidently as we know, that DeWitt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills will do this.
That you may be fully acquainted
with this highly meritorious prepara
tion, we will send you free, postpaid,
a box of these pills for you to try.
All that is necessary for you to do is
to Fond your name and address to R.
C. De Witt & Co., Chicago. The pills
will be pent to you Immediately.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
are prepared In two sizes, the 50c and
the $1.00, but the $1.00 size contains
2 Ms times as many pills as the 60c
Whrn you ask for DeWitt's Kidney
and Bladder Pills Insist upon them.
Beware of Imitations and substitute
kidney nills. We recommend no
remedy for the kidneys other than De
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills.
north. The stage of water
a? ; a. m. and 2.f) nt mini.
Watermelons, $1 per do.en.
Apples, Oc to 75c bushel.
Plums, 2c basket.
Tomatoes, 7c bushel.
wc deed the