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THIS KOCE ISUAITO ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH .11, 1910.
INTERESTING ROYAL MATING
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NB of the most Interesting of the marriage engagements announced
in Europe In some years Is that of Prince Victor Napoleon, pretender
to the French throne, and Princess Clementine of Belgium. By this
marriage will be united tworival races that have contended for
the French throne and have at different times ruled France. Prince Via
tor Napoleon is a Coral can, and direct descendant of Charles Bonaparte,
from whom the Bonaparte line sprung, while Princess Clementine is a
direct descendant of Louis Philippe, the last Bourbon king qf France. The
marriage will have the effect of altering the legal status of Prince Vlc
tor Napoleon in Belgium. At present he is merely a foreigner, who
can be expelled from the country by order of the minister of the interior
or of 'the chief of police, without Judicial process, as an undesirable alien.
This Is a contingency to which he has been all along exposed in the
event of his availlag himself of the hospitality accorded to him in Belgium
to direct from its territory conspiracies and attacks upon the French gov
ernment. Indeed, one of the main reasons why he has remained so in
active as a pretender and has abstained from any attempt to bring about
the overthrow of the republic in France has been the desire to avoid
the danger of expulsion from the kingdom. As coon as he weds Princess
Clementine he can no longer be expelled. For the law of February 12,
1897, which vests in the minister of the interior the right to expel any for
eigner as an undesirable alien expressly declares that this penalty cannot
be applied to any foreigner who, being married to a Belgian woman, has
been a resident of the kingdom for more than five years and makes his
Wedding Event of Early June.
The marriage of Miss Norma Peter
sen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
D. Petersen, of Davenport, to Dr. Kuno
Struck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Struck of Davenport, will be the occa
sion of a brilliant wedding which will
take place the evening of June 21 at
Trinity cathedral, Very Rev. Mannar
duke Hare, dean of the cathedral, offi
ciating. Miss Petersen: has chosen for her
wedding party a number of her Dav
enport girl friends. Miss Lucy Boyn
ton will -be maid of honor, the Misses
Alice Emels, Velma Schmidt and Kath
erlne Davison will be bridesmaids and
Miss Eleanore Boyn ton attendant to
the maid of honor, and it will he a
green and white wedding. Dr. Struck
will be attended by his brother, Henry
Struck, as best man. while his cousin.
Dr. Perry Weasel of Mollne, Walther
Matthey and Ernest Oberholtxer will
be ushers. There will be a large wedding-
reception at Clifton Hill, the
home of the bride, following the cere
mony at the church, and the young peo
ple will leave later for an extended
trip to the Pacific coast, where they
will be Joined by Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Petersen. They will reside at the
home of the bride on their return from
Etade Club Program.
An interesting and delightful pro
gram "was given at the regular study
meeting of the Etude club yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. William
W iese, 709 Brown street, Davenport.
The program was in charge of Mrs.
Harry E. Van Duzer of Rock Island
and the musical forma were berceuse,
gavotte and march. The attendance
was large. Each number on the pro
gram was well received. The hostess
served dainty refreshments which
added much to the enjoyment of the
occasion. The program was as fol
Cornet Berceuse Hauser
Mrs. Van Duzer.
Cornet and violin Berceuse, from
Mrs. Van Duzer, Miss HouseL
(a) Minuet Op. 14 Paderewskl
(b) Affairs D Amour-Gavotte. .Puerner
Miss Housel, violin; Miss Munger,
cello; Miss Williams, violin; Mrs.
Van Duzer, cornet; Miss Stolley,
violin; Miss Haak. plana
Piano MInuetto-Schervoso ..Liebllng
Miss Norma Wiese.
March Triumphal Williams
(a) Calm as the night Bohm
(b) Joy of the Morning. ... . ... ,. Ware
(a) Serenade Moszkowski
(b) Overture Barber of Seville...
The next meeting will be March 24
vith Mrs. W. F. Wlnecke, 191fc Grand
avenue, Davenport, when a miscella
neous program will be given. The
program is in charge of Mrs. W. F.
Wlnecke and Mre. H. LIttlg.
' Card Party and Dance.
Court of Honor 31 gare a well at
tended card party yesterday afternoon
at K. C. hall. Cinch was played and
four prizes awarded, respectively, as
follows: Mts. O'Brien, Mrs. J. Sward,
Mrs. E. Johnson and Mrs. Myers. In
the evening the court conducted a car
CALL IS DECLINED
Rev. Peter Peterson Sends His
. Answer to Zion Lutheran
IS TO REMAIN IN ST. PAUL
Church in That City Refuses to Ac
cept Resignation and He Reconsiders.'
St, Paul. Minn., March 11. (Spe
cial.) Rev. . Peter . Peterson "of the
First Swedish Lutheran church of this
city has decided to decline the call
extended to him by Zion Lutheran
church of Rock Island to become pas
tor of that congregation. Rev. Mr.
Peterson communicated his decision
to the church council of Zion church
in a letter written yesterday.
Mr. Peterson resigned from the
First Lutheran church in this city
two weeks ago, but the congregation
refused to accept his resignation. So
insistent were the members that he
remain here that Mr. Peterson finally
yielded to their demands. The mem
bers are greatly elated over the fact
that their pastor has decided to re
main. IJkes Rock bUij:
"I should have Mked very much to
have come to Rock Island, but I must
respect the wishes of my paxishionerfr
here, especially since they are so in
sistent that I remain," Mr. Peterson
said. "I like Rock Island and find the
spirit there very congenial. I trust
Zion church will shortly find a pastor
and do not think they should experi
ence much difficulty in doing eo."
nival dance at the samehalL A com
pany of 150 couples attended. The
hall was decorated in Japanese lan
terns and bunting. ,
Dancing Party at Tower.
Thirty-five couples from the Mollne
high school gave a dancing party at
the Watch Tower Inn last evening.
Refreshments were served during the
Home Mission Society Meets.
The Woman's Home Mission society
of Spencer Memorial Methodist church
met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. C.
S. Mahaffey, 911 Forty-fourth street.
The program was in charge of Mrs.
W. E. Hill, and mission topics were
Iother Lesgae Meets.
The Lather league of Grace Luther
an church met last evening with Stlss
Amelia Mortenson, 141 Fifth avenue,
Mollne. Plans were made for the quar
terly meeting of the Tri-dty Luther
league to be held at Grace church
next Thursday evening. A committee
composed of Misses Dora Seaberg,
that will whip
at our Cafe.
Annual March Sale of Muslin Underwear
The real importance of muslia un
derwear in correct dressing has been
greatly accented since the days of
long corsets and Princess dresses. , It
Is really Imperative, now, both for
comfort and for that "well dressed"
appearance, that under-muslins shall be
fitted; and that means that the mus
lia under-garments snail be of fine
materials, properly shaped, with neat
ly finished -seams, and the trimming.
If much Is used, properly put on.
In these modern style requirements
lie the principal reasons for the grow
ing popularity of C. B. under-musllns.
And this March sale of muslin under
wear affords us an opportunity to call
special attention to our beantiful vari
ety of these really elegant, sterling
worth, C. B. ciuelln onder-garments.
These hints of C. B. Muslin Underwear prices
C. B. muslin drawers at $2.00,
$1.50, $1,25, 97c, 75c, and 50c
C. B. corset covers, at $1.97, $1.50,
$1.25, 97c, 75cand 50c.
C. B. muslin petticoats from $9.75
down to 97c.
C. B. muslin gowns. $5.50 $4.97,
$3,75, $3.23, $2.97 and down to 97o.
C B. combinations $3.25 to $1.23.
C. B. Princess slips $40 down
Miss Price has taken special pains to select the very best qualities
styles, and finish in popular priced underwear.
So much depends on selections here; and we invite critical inspec
tion of our cheap to medium muslin underwear.
Right now, with everybody over-worked on Spring sewing, this Mus
lin Underwear Department helps a lot.
No need to dwell on the price ranges, here. The variety of muslin
under garments at ,25c, 39c, 50c, 75c, 87c, $125, is almost endless. The
lady is hard to please, indeed, who cannot be fully satisfied here at
thlB March sale of muslin underwear.
For this sale, while lota last, we make besides the range described
above, these "special", prices.
Home - made
Cakes and Plea
at our Cafe, 3d
Our New Cash Grocery
50c muslm night gowns, two to
a customer at 29e each.
25c corset covers, 15c each.
25c muslia drawer. 2 pairs to a
customer for 25c.
Children's muslia drawers. 2
pairs to a customer for 15o.
To make it )ecially worth while to buy mastta onder
wear now.wt,will give double trading stamps on any and
all under-muslins sold tomorrow, or Saturday.
Another word about telephone orders.
When we get the grocery stock into
our own store, we can handle tele
phone orders better. Just now, and
with the tremendous volume of onr
sales here, we are really forced to
ask the Indulgence of our customers.
Telephone orders will be taken, to
be delivered as soon as possible; but
we greatly appreciate and thank our
customers (and there are hundreds of
them who are doing it) who call at
the store. These customers deserve
and are receiving first attention.
Not all the bargains are la these '
a Is. Come into the store and look'
over the price tickets.
Tomorrow, among others, these spa,
cial bargains while lots last:
Received today, 150 cans S .
pound hulled corn, the lfa size.
while it last. 7ftc a can.
"Carnation" pumpkin, S-eouas
For tomorrow, the 36c kind of '
oranges, 2 apiece. '
3-pound cans Sauer-Kraut not 10o
but 7io each.
Fresh Baked Beaaa, a slice ef
baoon In each can, 8-pound
cane 7o a can
Another lot of these Soltaaa
aaedlesa raisins that want so quick ,
yesterday morning, Oc a pound. Bo. .
WANTED For. the grocery depart-:
meat Young man with good grocery '
experience to pat up orders, ' and ,'
check in goods.
New .Canciiga and Wafers
Freh From Vienna
THd.Xdinc Boston ie re rJ?
Moline, March 10.
The first lot of Vienna candfae
went so fast It was gone before Are
Today we get aaother amntiiwd
pounds. 15 differeat atyles. freak ,
sew oonfectfons men aa are toetsg '
sold at that Ticoaa shop next te
Marshall Field's at 73c a.pouod.
We say, COc. If yea want enreeta,
new and tasty, for after-dinner or
companies, youll thank us for
. bringing these te your aotlce-r
Cafe, third floor.
Bertha Huette, Ida Hilderbrandt, Fred
From and Carl E. Olson was appointed
to make arrangements for the recep
tion to be given the members of the
confirmation class shortly after Easter.
A social hour followed the business
session, and lunch was served.
Dr. R. B.' Williams, at the parsonage
of the First Methodist church, yester
day afternoon at 4 o'clock officiated at
the marriage of Miss Bessie Grear and
Carl Sherrard of Sherrard. They were
attended by Miss Mabel Hyde of Orion
and Ernest Sherrard. Mr. and Mrs.
Sherrard will make their home on a
farm near Sherrard.
HONOR ROLL IS FINISHED
Thirty Illinois Xames Are Added to
the Vlcksburg List.
- "Vlcksburg, Miss., March 11. Colonel
Charles R. E. Koch and Captain F, D.
Meacham, both of Chicago, secretary
and member respectively of tho Illi
nois Vicksburg military park commis
sion, spent yesterday here looking f
affr thA niacins' in the Illinois me-'
morial of 30 additional name of sol-'
dlors. These are to be added to the '
original 35,000 Illinois troopa who
were here during the civil war. The
additional names were found by ex
tensive newspaper advertising, author
UoA hv thA Illinois legislature, and
complete the honor records. Colonel j
Koch and Captain Meacham -have re-j
turned to Chicago.
All the news all the time THE '
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The Following List of Popular
IMTusic at Two Copies for 15c
Dixie Jingles, two-step.
' Dusty Rag.
Dream Time, three-step.
Dublin Daisies, two-step.
Easter Lilies, waltz.
Fine and Dandy, two-step.
Timing Bones, rag.
Happy Days, 'waltz.
Hand in Hand, novelette.
Hearts of gold, march.
Happy Go Incky, two-step.
An Amcan Heiress, waltz.
Beedle nm bo, slow drag.
Chang lo, Chinese monkey doodle.
Crab Apples, two-step.
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion. Indian Summer, intermezzo.
Jack in the Box, barn dance.
My Pony Boy, two-step.
Joan of Arc, waltz.
Lore Tree, waits.
Lady Bogs Review,
litre Wires, rag.
LuMighing Eyes, two-step.
Piggy Back, intermezzo.
Singing Bird Intermezzo.
Razzle Dazzle, two-step.
Texas Steer, two-step.
Tohasko, ragtime waltz.
Are You Sincere?
Boom Boom. '
Baltimore Bomb as hay.
Can't You See.
Dear Old Dear.
Don't Forget to . Drop a Line to
Forget Me Not
Golden Land of My Dreams.
It I Only Had a Bean.
I Used to Be Afraid to Go Home in
Honey on Our Honeymoon.
Hat My Father Wore Upon St. rat
Her Nome Was Mary.
I Wonder How the Old rolks Are
If I Only Had a Sweetheart.
L Want Some One to Call Me Dearie.
If You Cared for Me as I Care for
My Heart Is Beating Overtime for
Tay More Attention to You.
Pride of the Prairie.
U. S. A. for Mine.
I've Lost My Gal.
1 Want KonielMxly lo riay Witlw
JuNt Beraufte It's -You. ,
Longing for Yon Sweetheart.
Meet, Me Sweet Kathleen, in Honey
Let's Get the Umpire's Goat.
Moon Mad Moon.
My Ii4io Rambler.
My Dream of the U. 8. A.
We also have the most complete stock of Popular and Operatic Tvlusie to be found
anywhere, including Chicago.
Popular Music, 5c, 10c, 15c. None Higher.
SPECIALS: , Instrumental and Vocal 15c.
We Also Handle
A Gomplete Line of -
Victor, Columbia and
Operatic IMusic, 20c and 25c. None Higher.
Mandolin and Guitar Folios 15c.
313-315 W. 2d St.
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