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THE ROCK ISLAND AltGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909.
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liS;0,G i ETY
Women's Iieavgne Elects.
The Women's National Progressive
league met at the home of Mrs. Ed
j gar Owens, .Eighteenth avenue and
Fourteenth street. Rock Island, yea-
terday afternoon. Mrs. N. Sieghart
! ner and Mrs. P. Drost were appointed
' a reception committee for Miss Anna
- Maley, who Is to speak on "Woman's
, Suffrage." at the Y. M. C. A. tomor
i row evening. The annual election of
; officers was - held and the following
' officers chosen:
President Mrs. Rose Macs (re-elected),
V5': Vice president rMrs. P. J. Carlson,
x-'. Treasurer Mrs. J. Beck.
' Recording secretary Mrs. - Anna
Brandt. . .. . . . , . v
'Corresponding secretary rMrs.
! vi v " Mary. Anderson. - ,
;V' .' Librarian? Mrs.: M. Verhale.
The third installment of The wo
man's Inyhsion" was read by Mrs.
Carlson and a. general discussion fol-
lowed.. A special meeting has been
i called' iof the: purpose of meeting
i Miss Msiey.'and to hear her talk on
'i -organisation work-at the Art gallery,
: nm filvtoniirti hfrkft. Mnllnn. thin avp-
4 ::j virfng at S o'clock.-' Members are In-
?-" ": "V.irjftted .to be present and bring their
' friends: The - next meeting will be
v Kifwith 2Irs. " Ci,- Anderson of South
- 2 '. ' .Etude Clnb.
: The EtuJe,olub spent a most en
joyable afternoon Thursday with Mrs
Charles - -"Meter. 5lfr'"West Eighth
.J-" street,-rDvenport.v A two course
., - luncheon .was, served' bj the hostess
anA the following program was given:
a - en:c .?;:;-. - , , ' ;
I . ' " Piano, Sextet from "Lucia di Ltim-'
- , mermoor"". . . . '. s Douizettl-Ledre
V. -Miss-Nettie Eckmann,
'--Vocal. "The Publican". . .Vande-Water
V-. r - .Mrs. -Applequlst.
Violin, "Reverie" ...... yieuxtenipB
; . ... Miss Selma Stolley. '
I i . , "Piano, VToiceato"... . . Leschetlzky
, v .,, Aits9isorma wiese.' "
- -Vocal.',fa-.vrhe'D6ve." (b) '"Tis
- -,J ';- June''1 . .-. Landon Ronald
Or - ; '.V- Misi .Lillian Nott. .
- J,- ' Seadlne, ii .-. . Mrs. W. A. Kleinhen
rydcat duet- Alia Campaca Audi -
ano" . . . . ., Slg. Sahib- Camphna
Mrs. Apjiequi5t-Mfs. .Swiney. , '
' . Damraaiiaf-ljyndeL
"Cfcicago Jnter-Ocoan: Another
t eaiitiful trrthIde society girl prom
!nest in charity and social affairs
nmcng t.hoj. younger j set, -,who will be
. rcme thobride or art Eastern man
f-cxt wej'i. is Miss- Isabel Adair
. 'inde '"daughter of " Mr. and Mrs.
' Sanirel Adams. Lynda, 1304 Richie
' plae.; Her marriagq to .J. Franic3
:v'iST CIS . liZii :
! a Kinu la !an
WS, J-J.f. ? It Know ct
fiEe its or l'jiiif tro-ibJ. cr ere your- f
"iin se! tills tK.k wii! ue.'p :
the adraoeed k'.aan ( the Olbcnrc axii reel :
titsre is no liopi. '.t: book nri.l sij jw yol
how others TJrfi tbeiimeives flr aU
reined irs tlir htft tr'ed failed, sad tUcj
I beitevM their case fcni-clpss.
Writ at once to the Vor.kerinin Comocn,
3462 Water Street. Kaiaraazoo. Mich., and
thejr tvlll trlaillr tend you the book by re-
turn mall tree, and alao srenorotij guoniv
I of the New Treatoent, absolately free, for
they want ever suflorer to Lave this
wonderful remedy berore It is too late.
Don't wait write today. Zt may mean the
i aaTiDS of your me.
OARTS CRUISE OF THE "CLEVELAND"
lt.000 ton, brmn I
CSE STEALER IS OTIRE ClifflSE
VaTlll. - a hIII
FROM KIW YOWC OCTOBER 18, 1909
art tew BMltii. eeatlas olr AJTD ITP.
1 la bilm cliiMilfi. flBtrtlBmati, tectare.
card putlu, ohpot.m-.ot ladlM.
SPCCIM. FEATURES I Madeira, loyp.
India, Oeyton, Buwimn J" J
UstivM, 0an. An Mtittaual ohano to visit
MnMBually araotld plaoea.
CLARK'3-12lh Annual CRUISE
TFftbw S to April lO sra
0 THE ORlEHl
By S.S. Cosr KurfucraC
MMtv MUM Xt. lacladlna M daya t Ear asd
:TT, a4dOA)0 aad hp. laeladlac shore xcariioaa.
apV.AL raVlTiKVli I MuUltt. Cadi. Seville.
A rl riV M k7co .t.at I ople. Atoea., Rome, the
" Tlrk... rood to etop m I Serope.
to Oclade Pal Play, ate.
, BVK O, y4.ABK. Ttaeaa BMc-. Sew Teek.
F RE E
Gray Hair Reatorer
roatorea orlcttnal color In
mild, neeltiifal manner
la frarn 1 to 14 dnja.
tlrelr different from any.
tnlna elae. Its afloat u
permenena. Doee not
waah oft nor look nanat-
Eh ae eedlmant.
eo It's neither atiojK nor
I fion'e ai'Detlmant
and elear aa water.
what thooaandaof other
I have foandaateaad aatlafaotorr. BaaaDla and mmk
IebeoluteJr tree. Koaare to xcentloit orftioal coior
ofjrixir hair. Mfty T. OOLOMAN, 47 aaiaaw,
ildaiCt.f'aul.Miaa. lull ataa bottle Si. for aaue bj
All Drag Stwraav.
Dammann, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Francis Damman of Baltimore,
will take place Tuesday. The cere
mony will take place at the home of
the bride's parents and a small re
ception will follow. Miss Lynde has
been entertained during the last
month at a large number of tear,
luncheons and theater parties given
in her honor by her class mates at
Bryn Mawr, from which she was grad
uated two years ago.
Mrs. W. Panned Surprised.
The Primrose club and a few
friends went to the home of Mrs. W.
Pannel, 618 Third avenue, and sur
prised her last evening, the occa-'
sion being her birthday. Cards were
played and the prizes were awarded
to C. Pfannmiller, Mrs. T. O'Brien,
first, and Miss Murrell and F. Boyd,
consolation. Mrs. Q. Collins present
ed the hostess with an elegant dish
which the Primrose club and her
friends procured for her. A three
course lunch was served.
Insurance Men in Party.
Agents for the Prudential Insur
ance company for the Rock Island
district and their ladies composed a
party who helped H. W. Snouse, the
company's superintendent for this
district, to celebrate his 35th birth
day anniversary at his home, 2562
Eight-and-one-half avenue, last eve
ning. It was in the nature of a sur
prise, the guests bringing with them
the essentials for a lunch and pre
senting the host wjth a silver loving
cup as a concrete expression of
Cane for Mr. Thompson.
The moulders of Rock Island ar
senal shops presented David Thomp
son, a former foreman of their de
partment with a beautiful, gold head
ed cane as a token' of their esteem
for him last night at his home, 2507
Feventh avenue. Robert Winter made
the - presentation, speech. Mr. and
Mrs. Thompson left this morning with
Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Bedell for
: , With Mrs. neischmann.
. The ,Trl-City 600 club met Thurs
day with Mrs. Joseph Fleischmann
ot Davenport. The games were play
ed at four tables. The favors went to
Mrs. li Rosenstein of Moline of Mo-
line and Mrs. M. Levi of Rock Is
land. Refreshments were passed in
the middle of the afternoon. The
next meeting will be with Mrs. J.
Froehlich of Davenport.
James C. McConnell, postmaster of
Reynolds, was united In marriage
Thursday afternoon at .2 o'clock with
Miss Elizabeth S. Bahringer of that
village. The ceremony was perform
edvat the home of the bride, Rv. J.
F. Leigh officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
McConnell will be at home to their
friends Dec. 1. -
F. D. C. Club.
"!,The F. D. C. club met Thursday
evening with Curtis Cromer at his
home on Fifth-and-a-half avenue. After
the regular business meeting, a fioclal
hour was enjoyed. Curtis Cromer was
the winner of the game played. Lunch
eon was nerved and a "short program
Piano solo........ Curtis Cronifir
Reading Hubert Ward
Vocal solo Arthur Wilcox
A Unique Sociable.
A unique entertainment, a North
Pole social, was given Thursday even
ing by the Ladies' Sewing society of
the Aiken street chapel. Prizes were
awarded to Edward Burton, finder jf
the pole, and R. J. Chambers, the best
hunter. Refreshments were served. A
neat sum was realized by the ladies.
Mrs. Oorken Hostess.
Mrs. Bert Corken, at her borne,
535 Twelfth Btreet, was hostess yes
terday afternoon at cards. Progress
ive cinch was the game of the after?,
noon. Prizes being awarded to Mrs.
Klncaid, Mrs. Reezves and Mrs. Don
hold. A course lunch was served.
Mrs. Roland played several piano se
lections. Circle Entertains.
The Busy Bee Sewing circle of the
Rebekahs entertained last evening
at Odd Fellows' hall and the auto
graph quilt which the circle .have
presented to the Old Folks' home
was on exhibition. Refreshments
were served and a program of musical
numbers and readings was rendered.
Steindel Trio Here.
The Rock Island Musical club , will
bring the Steindel trio here Tuesday,
Nov. 23. The musicale, which will be
given at the Harper house, will be
complimentary to the member!, but
non-members can. attend by paying a
' Sunshine Society.
The Sunshine society will mee't with
Mrs. I. C. Peck, 1030 Fourteenth street,
next Monday afternoon.
- Birthday . Surprise.
About 20 friends of Philar Garrison,
2705 Eighteenth avenue, gathered at
his home Thursday evening as a birth
day surprise. Games and music were
the order of the evening and luncheon
was' served at 11 o'clock. The guests
presented Mr. Garrison with a signet
ring. ' '
Court of Honor.
The winners of prizes at the card
party given by Court of Honor 31
Thursday afternoon at K. C. hall were
as follows: Mrs. George Plank, Daven
port; Mrs. A. Schaefer, Rock Island;
Mrs. B. Schmidt, Davenport; Mrs. F.
Foster, Rock Island, and Mrs. V. Val-
R. X. A. Card Party.
Lodge 281, R. N. A., will give a
card party Tuesday afternoon at K.
C. hall. Prizes will be given, but
no refreshments will be served. .
Surprise for Mis. Schaum.
A number of the friends of Mrs.
Henry Schaum. 718 I7ourteenth-and-a-
ter't avenue, gave a surpr!se party for
zct at her toir.e ThurCny afternoon.
Praise Service Held. .
-The annual praise service of the
missionary societies of Broadway Pres
byterian church was held yesterday
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Sunday
school room. Mrs. Jenks of Jagraon,
India, gave a talk on the missionary
work In that country. Mrs. Cunnun,;
ham of Peking, China, was to have
spoken, but was unable to because of
Illness. Dr. W. S. Marquis and Rev.
E. T. McFarland, pastor of the Memo
rial Christian church, also made brief
talks. Mrs. Harriet Cropper-Johnston
sane several solos.
Thanksgiving comes but once a year. Make it a day to look forward to. Hare your home
attractive. No matter how fine your turkey is, if your surroundings a?2 net right, half the
enjoyment is gone. We have a fine line of sideboards, buffets, china closets, dining tables,
and chairs, that will prove to be splendid investments. Come in aid look at them. We're
glad to show you. Everything Marked in Plain Figures.
ftST .ST--W; dresser
An American quarter-sawed oak grain
dresser, colonial style, large Sf&
French plate mirror, only . ev vl7
Toona mahogany dresser, full swell front,
highly polished, fit5H
See our display of high grade dressers, in
solid mahogony and Circassian walnut,
ranging in price
UP tO . a . a a a .
See Our Display of Limb erf's
Dutch Holland Arts and
CraSfts Mission Furniture
Mm fV 11 1 fs
j'fcaaaarfnitJ'' , ;?n I n ai J Ln
Quarter - sawed oak,
has bent glass ends,
two doors in frdnt, up
per door has leaded
French glass, one mir
ror in back. This clos
et must be seen to be
Corner Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue
Architects Invited to Submit
Ideas of What Proposed
Temple' Should Be.
BUY FIFTH AVENUE SITE
Building Will Be Devoted Exclusively
to Uses of Fraternity Will Be
Architects have been invited to sub
mit designs of the proposed new Ma
sonic temple to be built by the Rock
Island fraternity at the northwest cor
ner of Eighteenth street and Fifth
cvenuo, on the site now occupied by
the abandoned plant of the Rock Island
Stair works. The building, as hereto
fore stated la The Argus, will cost ap
Tte four local branches of Masonry
Tr!o end Bock Island lodges, Barrett
ci".pt3r end Reck Island commandery
ilve concurred In the selection of a
site for the location of the temple, this
after having devoted upwards of three
years to the consideration of the ques
tion, properties in different sections of
the city having been priced.
P07 86,000for Site.
The site at Eighteenth street and
Fifth avenue Is purchased of Mrs. Mary
A Big, Comfortable
Turlilsh Rocker. up
holstered in genuine leath
er. You will dc more than
pleased with it and when
we tell you the price you'll
hard'y believe it
Special . . .
We show over 75 upholstered
' rockers up to $59.75.
Robinson. The consideration Is $0,000.
Che formal transfer of the' property
will take place in a few days, as soon
as certain details of title are cleared
It is not the Intention of the Masons
to make the new building a combina
tion business block and meeting hall,
as was first favored by some of the
fraternity. The conclusion has been
reached finally that the building shall
be devoted exclusively to the uses of
the Masonic bodies, including the
Eastern Star, the woman's auxiliary of
the order. Whether the building is to
be two or three stories has not yet
been determined definitely, although
the latter is generally favored, If the
architects can keep the cost within
the amount the Masons feel able to as
sume for the improvement.
One of Flneat In Weal.
The designing of the temple Is open
to general competition among the
architects, and some original plans are
expected. The temple will be one o?
the finest In the west, and one of the
few devoted exclusively to the uses of
The lease on the third floor of the
Irst National bank building at Sec
ond avenue and Eighteenth street has
to yerrs to run. This will give an
ile time for the planning and building
c2 tte new home, which it Is proposed
to fcave In rerdiness for occupancy at
tte expiration of the present lease.
Brakeman Saves Life.
The presence of mind of Charles
Barr, a Burlington road brakemaa,
was responsible for averting what
might have been a fatality a few days
ago. Mrs. J. Pearsail of .Hillsdale
Can you hesitate when we are offering you a
solid oak round table, top is 42 inches in di
ameter, supported by massive pedestal, ex
tends to 6 feet, HQ ffeff;
for only POotcP
Solid oak round table, 45 inch Q( S.
top, extends to 6 feet, for . . ej)ecPiy
Round top table, extends to 6 feet, large top, fa:i rrPf o
solid oak hand carved, ffc-fl lu,
claw feet, only $JL.t ThanksglVl
f J-af. Tit.
-?-."- ' mi. t
'? T . aaawtMa-aJKaftk 0
Will cook your
to a turn. It is hand
some, durable, and
economical. Has large
Hot Blast Fire Pot.
Come in and let us show
you this fuel - saving,
wonderful baking Ircn
Go Some where
Now is the Time to Plan
For Your Winter Trip
No matter where you are going, whether to California on one
of our personally conducted Tourist Car Excursions, tc Mexico,
to Florida, to the Mediterranean, across the Pacific or around
the world, I can quote you rates and give you information wnich
will be of service to you. Let me help you plan your trip and
if I haven't the folders and printed matter you want I will &ot
them for you.
stepped from , a train at Rock Falls
after It had started out from the sta
tion. She carried a heavy basket, and
. ' ii"' 1
iving special, each,
Make Your Dining Room Attract
ive. Get One of Our Famous
A Fiite Colonial
sawed oak, hM.ly
polished, one drawer
lined, large French
Quarter- sawed cak
bufet, very massiye,
beautiful design, oily
u j - jb era
P. A. RIDDELL, Agent,
C, II. & Q. It. JU
Old Phone West 68u New
in alighting she fell. Barr acted
quickly, dragging her from under tho
moving car wheels.
Here is an ex
gain in a solid
quarter - sawed
oak box ceated
dining chair, the i
seat is upholst
ered in bfest gen
style is similar
to cut. Don't
Get Y ztlv Pre" lj ..-rit
kr2fi-3 TiaaarJ 0
Next week yo i vj't lu c
time tD thirk or thj stcpr you
tLke. Turkey a::d cranoeris
will rule the day. T 'vi wevk you
i put Hoosit cystim in your
Iitcr.cn .d reduce
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