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THE ROCK ISLAND jUtGUS. TUESDAY. APRH; 19, M10.
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5aughtrs of Isabella Entertainment.
, Following the business meeting: of
the Daughters of Isabella at K. 3. hall
last evening the following program
Instrumental duet M3ses Joseph
ine Auld and Mary nurk.
Recitation Mias Nora Ryan.
Vocal solo Miss Nellie Fuller.
Historic reading, "Queen Isabella"
Mrs. J. T. Shields.
Sextet Misses Madge McGlnnis, Jo
sephine Roach, Lucy McGlnnis, Mary
'McNamara, Grace Rosenfield, Anna
McGuinn, Julia Lerch. Anna Canty,
Marie Feraneer, Mary OTarrell and
Miss Gelger at the piano.
Refreshments were served following
t Surprise Party.
A crowd of merry makers Journed
from Moltne to South Rock Island,
, carrying with them baskets filled
with good things to eat, to glre Mr.
and Mrs. George Abramson, 2000
Ninth street, a general good house-
warming last evening. The young
couple were completely surprised.
The party consisted of relatives and
intimate friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ab
ramson. The evening was spent
playing games. A dainty luncheon
was served and Mr. and Mrs. Abram
son were presented with many beau
tiful pieces of china The merry
crowd departed at a late hour after
enjoying a general good time.
Goes Bast for Bride.
Professor Alfred H. Cammack, the
new organist at Trinity cathedral,
Davenport, will be united In marriage
tomorrow at Holy Trinity Episcopal
church. New .York City, to Miss Rud
dle, daughter of President Rnddle of
Shebbear college, DevonsWre, England.
The ceremony will be performed by
Dr. Harry Nichols. Mr. Cammack will
bring his bride at once to Davenport,
and they will make their borne for the
present at Kemper halL
The bride, who has been honored
with the degree of B. S. C, was In
structor at St. Margaret's school, East
Grlmstead In Kent, the oldest slaters'
school of the church In England,
where she was teacher In mathematics.
Mr. Cammack has been In Daren,
port but & few weeks, coming "from
Augusta, Ga., where he was organist
and choir master at St. Paul's church.
He was formerly organist at Exeter
cathedral, Exeter, England, before
coming to this country
Mrs. Emma Young and August Ruge
were married Sunday evening at 7
o'clock at Che home of the bride, 713
Sixteenth street, Moline, Rev. Robert
EL Henry performing the ceremony In
the presence of about 40 guests. Mr.
Ruge Is foreman of a section gang on
the D., R. I. & N. W. road and has been
located at Carbon Cliff for about three
years, having lived In Rock Island for
23 years previous to bis residence in
the east end suburb. He and his
bride have gone to housekeeping at
her home, 713 Sixteenth street, Mo
The marriage of Miss Mary Etta
Hawes and David Claire Fry, both of
this city, took .place last evening at
7:30 at the rectory of Trinity Episco
pal church, (Rev. G. H. Sherwood per
forming the ceremony. They were ac
companied by Miss Beulah Hawes,
sister of the bride, and Orlando Hol
comb. Mr. Fry Is a switchman In the
employ of the Rock iBland, his bride
is a trained nurse. They will make
their home In the city.
, Mueller-DeWoJf e.
The marriage of Miss Ethelwyne G.
De"Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mts.
Charles DeWoIf of Peoria, and Dr. Carl
Mueller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Mueller of Moline, were married yes
terday at 11:30 at Peoria. Dr. Mueller
FAIR OF EAGLES
TO OPEN T0MRR0W
Street Parade to Precede Formal
Exercises at Roller Rink on
Following Is the order of exercises
to mark the opening - of the Eagles'
fair tomorrow evening at the roller
rink on Sixteenth street:
Address of welcome Mayor George
Song Eagle' quartet.
Solo George Drawback, Lyric thea
tre. Selection Orchestra.
Solo Harry Marbleatone, boy so
prano. There will be a parade through the
business section, of the city, the line
forming at 8 o'clock at the Eagles'
home on Twenty-first street and
Fourth avenue. There will be a fire
works display along the line of march.
The Rock Island, Davenport and Mo
line aeries will take part, and there
will be delegations from Muscatine
and Clinton also.
The rink Is all In. readiness for the
opening, and presents an attractive
picture. A special program has been
arranged for each evening. Aota will
be secured from both the Family and
Hopp theatres, and these will be sup
plemented by offerings by local talent.
Is a graduate of the Moltne high school
and took his course In dentistry at the
Iowa university. He has dental offices
on Twentieth street, Rock Island. His
bride has many friends In the two
cities, frequently visiting here.
Humane Society Coffee.
The ladles' auxiliary to the Rock
Island County. Humane society will
hold its monthly coffee tomorrow after
noon at the home of Mrs; L.-G. Abra
hamson, 4502 Seventh avenue.
Woodmen Circle Meeting.
The ladies of the Woodmen circle
will meet Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. John Druehl, 1112 Thirty
GREAT FINANCIAL FAMILIES UNITED
Licensed to Wed.
Paul J. Baker Rock Island
Miss Blanch 23. Freeman ..Dixon
David C. Fry .Rock Island
Miss Mary E. Hawes Rock Island
Amos Lage. . .... Moline
Miss Gladys Sherrtll. ......Rock Island
Herman Del senroth... .Rock Island
Mrs. Mary Frol eger ...... Rock Island
William C. Moeller. . . . .. Moline
Miss Anna H. Spitznas. .S. Rook Island
Every family and especially those
who reside in the country should be
provided at all times with a bottle
of Chamberlain's Liniment. There
is no telling when It may be wanted
In case of all accidents or emergency.
It Is most excellent In all cases of
rheumatism, sprains and bruises.
Sold by all druggists.
Estate of wnilam H. Sanderson, da
ceased. The undersigned barter been ap
pointed executors of the last will and
testament of "William H. Sanderson, late
of the oounty of RocJt Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby (ire notice
that they will appear before the county
court of Rock Island oounty, at the
county court room, in the city of Rock
Island, at the June term, on the first
Monday In June next, at which time
all persons having claims against said
estate are requested to attend for the
Dumose of havlnar the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this 19th day of April, A, C
1910. WALTER C SANDERSON,
EA1 i 1.x XX BANDHK80N.
Sweeney A Walker, attorneys.
New York, April 13- The marriage of Miss Marjorle Gwynne Oould,
daughter of George J. Gould, and Anthony J. Drexel Jr. of Philadelphia was
solemnized today. Nearly everybody of wealth and prom in en oe In New Tork
and many leaders ;of society In other cities figured In the list of guests.
Presents for the bride included almost sv-erything conceivable. Cheats of
silver and priceless Jewels were received.
MOSQUITO DOWNS EMPIRES
Professor Bays Insect- Csmsed-Rqtn
, of Greece and Rome.
Boston, Mass, April 19. That- the
fall of ancient Greece and Rome was
directly1 due to the mosqnfto was as
serted by Professor'W M. Wheeler of
Harvard university In -a, lecture Sun
day. "Undoubtedly th e vlntroductloo of
malaria from. Egypt and Asia through
the medium- of -the -mnsqutto-was he
cause of their downfall, ha m&L,
"Nearly one-half of the popclatlatt-c
Greece today ta malaria, -toJexifaauid!
the other portion, .by-reow-oCf previous-long,
Chamberlain's Stomach amJkT&rer
Tablets assist nature In 4xfrfncall
imparities ouVof the system,, insur
ing a free and regular -ondKIbn.smd
restoring 'the- organs of fbs Jxidyta
health and strength. BoM fcy, al
Manufacturers and Boosters of the TriGties
II. I 1 '
E. E. RITTER,
Anything in the Building
Boom 414 Best Building
Bock Island, 111.
Old Phone West 905.
W. EL O'Malley. T. J. Bachman
O'M ALLEY & BACHMAN,
Begrraf en Is besorger s
22 17th St., Reck inland.
Phones, Old 684; New 6339; Resi
dence, Old 861-lr.
Prompt and careful attention giv
en to all calls day and night.
Rubber Tiring a Specialty.
DAVID A. BLEUER
General Carriage and Wagon
Old phone W609-K. New 6614
318 17th street. Rock Island.
VACUUM CLEANING '
B. T. STONE.
Basement Y. M. C. A. Phone 501-T
Clean your house from top to bot
tom by Vacuum Process. Prices reas
onable and work done promptly.
Save Money by Ordering
Your Coal Now.
VOLUNTEER COAL CO
Phone old 146. New 5668..
Office 1508 First avenue.
Robinson Construction Co.
W. 11. Robinson, Con. Mgr.
Office, State bank building.
Old phone. Rock Island, I1L
No. 1 Sunshine washed nut. Hard
coal and charcoal. ,
Port Byron Lime Association
$1.00 Per Week
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
819-321 Twentieth St.
$1.00 Per Week
Rock Island Wood Works
Manufacturers of sash doors,
stairs and mouldings. Dealers in
glass, builders' hardware and
makers of everything in mill
work. Cor. 11th st. and 6th av.
MISS C0BA BOWMAN
Wishes to announce that she will
carry the famous "Madame Mariet
ta" Corset, recently demonstrated at
the Rosenfield Millinery, at her par
lors. SUITE 18, HEJfLET BLDO.
Tel. 2290-Y. Davenport.
Davenport Motor Company
All klnda of Repairing- done; Sta
tionary, Marine and Automobile.
Second hand Gasoline Engines and
Automobiles bought and sold.
A. C. PKTEnSOJT,
625-627 W. 2nd St., Davenport, Iowa.
Old phone 1434-Y; Res, phone 1694-tt.
"IT DON'T HURT A BIT"
Davenport Bag & Paper Co.
The Big White
Sold direct from factory at one small -profit.
Call at our factory salesroom.
4th Ave. and 7th St. J. PETERSON COMPACT
Bock' Island, HL 4
Fifty-seven years of successful
Phil Mitchell, President.
I. S. White, Vice Presided.
C. R. Chamberlin, Cashier.
K. T. Anderson, Asst. Cashier.
3 1 TfrtMMf it,- . l :', .
Auto. Carrlaae A lm-r
tM.a element Cv
ourxn ana xupiey olb.
SECOND HAND STORE
1513 Third Avenue. Old phone 1097.
ARGUS WANT ADS
Always Bring Results.
All Knds of brass, bronze and alum
Rock Island Metal Foundry
II. J. BLOOM Manager.
Old phone West 859-Y. 506 41st St.
The Home Tea Co
For Fresh Coffee.
Over 7,000 Customers in the
Phones, Old West 192, New 5208
A. J. D. MOELLER
Finest three seat in the city. Board
ing and feed stable. Carriage ser
vice a specialty. 1608 Fourth avenue
through to Fifth avenue. Rock Island
Something New A place Where Yon
Can Bent Any Construction Appliance
yVfFrom a crow bar or Jack screw to a concrete
cninery save yon money.
Full up-to-date line. Tar rates appTy to
HENRY H0RST, General Contractor.
Bock Island, IU.
Office: 1049 Seventeenth Street, Phones: West
896; New S096. Storage plant 1822 Third Ave.
THE CHOICEST WEAVES OF THE ORIENT
In Rugs, with colors and designs woven like a poem
In fanciful pictures of beauty, we are showing In our
new stock of fine Oriental Rugs. Our Fall styles in
Carpets are of pronounced elegance ard of exclusive
patterns, and the values are as attractive as the
We have the largest stock of Rags in the three cities.
SANITARY BEAUT PARLORS
Manfacturers of All Kinds of
206 Brady St. Old phone 3737-1,
THE LEWIS ROOFING CO.
Felt, Asphalt and Gravel
Office 24th Street and 8(1 Ave.
Rock Island, 111.
All the News
All the Time.
Gas, Electric and Com
bination Ughting Fix
tures. 600-622 East 4th St.
Carse & Ohlweiler Company's
Fine Bottled Goods.
Ginger Ale, Orange Cider, Ironbrew, Afri-Kola, Dr. Pepper, Lemon,
Sarsaparilla, Cream and Strawberry Soda.
To Have Your Roof Last
For Sale by
R. I. LUMBER C0MPANY
Jeweler - and -Optician
1702 Second Ave. Bock Island
218 Seventeenth Street.
MRS. AMANDA PAHL
Ladies Outfitter and Fine Dry
103 H West Second Street.
Ail the- News
For the Latest and Newest Ideas in
Photograph Mountings, Call at the
D. Muriel Dafoe Studio
118" W. Seoonu btreet. Davenport.
Appointmenta flade by Phone,
DAVENPORT ROOFING CO.
Ask us for estimates on
your gravel, asphalt, felt
and all kinds of prepared
- We put on the best roofs
. that can be obtained at to
lowest prices. ,
. All work promptly at
tended to fad guaranteed.
821 Rock Island St. Both phones
EDWARD B. KREIS
REAL ESTATE -LOANS.
Rooms 18-22, State Bank Bldg.
The Fifteen Dollar
BOS 15th St, moline, nU 1805 Sad
Avlock Island. TIL Fit Guar,
anteed. If. S. Smith Bfar.
ROCK ISLAND HOUSE CAFE
Serves a Very Good Meal
at Popular Prices.
Noonday lunch from 11 until 2, 25c.
A. M. SUHLEIV Prop.
G. H. GRABBE,
Artlstlo Ladles' Tailor and
Smart tailored aalta and gowns for
Exclu.lva and original designs.
Advanovd styles and perfect lit a-oar.
an teed. .
Corsets Expertly Fitted.
Buttons covered and dreas pleatlnsre
made in all alaea and atylee.
renninu, ptnurr,, ,io m.a. 10 or-
der; collese poaters, felt cravata, belts, .
Fancy dreaamaklng and tailonng
Salt, sos . t sna mim tm tnt mix, r
Sonth Pats am haOdlaa;, IMrresrt,
Tbe Old Reliable Hair Dresser.
Oooda for Bale.
ZUSS H. J. TOLLIVEH
aim Dacsiisn ajtd mxmcuvavtr J
Snampoolns' and racial M&...g-e aj A
Bpeclalty: Toilet Xr tic lea, to. ,
am. nwt.nma hock i.iaaa.
Phones,. Old T07-L; Mew 5040.
DRINK EDELWEISS BEER
A G00D-DRINK- ;
Agency, Seventeenth Street and Fourth Avenue.
J. E. Reidy. T. B. Peidy.
Real Estate, lnsnrteoe and Xjoana
Boom 4, M. & 1m. Bnlldlng,
Bock Island, DJ.
All the News
All the Time.
H. E. Cast eel. Pres. W. A. Rosen
field, Vice Pres. II. B. Simmon Cash.
Rock Island National Bank J
U. B. Depository.
Capital Stock, 9100,000. '
S orpins, f 100,000.
Tonr Business Solicited. . -
Directors II. E. Casteel, XV. A.
Bosenfleld, Hugh E. Curtis, II. IL
Cleaveland, C. 3. Larkin, O. F.
Schmidt, John W. Tremann, SL S.
Ueag7, "E. D. Sweeney.
HUDSON & COLLINS.
Contractors and Builders.
Plans and estimates for all kinds Of
building- furnished on application.
Screens, storm, aaah. and general Job
bin done on abort notice.
Office and shop. First avenue and
Seventeenth street. Rock Island, IIL
MRS. EMMA V. BALLARD
Of 110 Alain Street, Davenport, rep
resents Charles A. Stevens Bros, of
Chicago. Ladies snita made to order
from your, own selection of cloth.
3 TH? R. I B.