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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 191 G.
Goes West to Wed.
Miss Hilda Beintema, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beintema of 324
East Fifteenth street, Davenport,
left yesterday morning for Spokane,
Wash'., where she will be united in
marriage on her arrival to S. W.
Gaghagen, formerly of Davenport,
now a resident of Spokane, and a
on of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gaghagen
of Conrad, Mont. Miss Beintema
as accompanied by Miss Clara Wil
(ers of this city who will attend her
at the wedding ceremony as brides
maid and who will remain for a visit
of several weeks in Spokane. The
wedding will be at the Methodist
parsonage at Spokane. Mr. Gagha
gen is connected with the office of the
auditor of the Spokane International
railroad, and has a home prepared
for his bride in Spokane, where they
ill go at once to housekeeping. The
bride has been the recipient of many
pre-nuptial courtesies the past few
Reeks given by tri-city friends. The
Misses Bess Sheehan of Moyne, and
Clara Willers of Rock Island gave
i silver shower in her honor at
Pejervary park inn Tuesday night,
rhen some ten girls were the guests.
The colors of pink and white were
rarrled out with roses and candles
:o trim the table, pink rosebuds be
ing given as favors. The place cards
bore little verses appropriate to the
designated guest, while at each plate
were dainty little wicker baskets
bows, and filled with pink candy
bows, and lied with pink candy
hearts. The wedding gifts of the B.
M. C. club were presented in a hand
some silver bread tray, and the
shower gift of the guests of the even
ing was a set of half a dozen silver
knives and forks.
In Honor of Miss Rennie.
Miss May Rennie was guest of
honor at a beautifully appointed
party given by the Misses Myrtle
Graham and Carrie Clement at the
Graham home on Forty-fourth
street, Tuesday evening. Miss Ren
nie is to be married to John War
necke of Moline this fall, though the
date of the wedding has not been
announced. The party was the first
of a number of pre-nuptial affairs
to be given for her. It was in the
nature of a miscellaneous shower.
The home was prettily decorated in
green and white, the chosen wedding
colors. At the dining table where
cathedral candles cast a soft glow,
covers were laid for 12. Ropes of
green were suspended from the chan
deliers to the place cards on the ta
ble. A mound of white carnations
formed a centerpiece. Miss Rennie
received many beautiful as well as
useful gifts for her new home. The
evening was spent with contests,
games and music. In an observation
contest Mrs. Carl Lundberg of Mo
line received a gold hatpin as a prize
and Miss Lena Littler received the
Carl son-M i Hark.
Gustaf E. Carlson of Moline and
Miss Ida Millark, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Millark of Colona,
were united in marriage Tuesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Swedish
Lutheran parsonage, Rev. L. A.
Johnston performing the ceremony.
They were attended by Mrs. Frances,
E. Bennett of Silvis, Following the
ceremony they drove to Silvis where
a reception was held at the home of
Mrs. Bennett". A large number of
friends and relatives gathered for the
affair and Mrs. Bennett served an
elaborate wedding supper. The
bride was prettily gowned in a white
lace net over white silk and Mrs.
Bennett, who acted as matron of
honor, wore a pretty gown of white
wool. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson departed
last evening on a wedding trip to
Minnesota. They will be at home af
ter Oct. 25 in East Moline, where
Mr. Carlson has built a house for
his bride. Mr. Carlson is a bench
worker for the Moline Plow com
The marriage of Miss Mamie Han
sen, daughter of Mrs. Anna Hansen
of 605 Vine street, Davenport, to
Richard Schlegel took place at me
home of the bride Tuesday evening
at 7:30, Rev. Herman P. Grief of
the Holy Cross German Lutheran
church officiating. There were no
attendants. The bride was dressed
in a dainty gown of while convent
mulle, made princess, with draped
overdress and trimmed with embroid
ery. A wedding supper was served
with covers for 20 guests. Mr. and
Mrs. Schlegel left on the a: 30 train
for St. Paul. They will be at home
after Oct. 1 at Sixth and Myrtle
streets, Davenport. The bride has
been for several years connected with
the Iowa Telephone company in the
operating department, having come
to Davenport to make her home about
five years ago, from Wyoming, Iowa.
Mr. Schlegel is the manager of the
Five Points grocery store and a well
known- young business man of Dav
enport. Annua Garden Party.
Mrs. F. G .Allen has issued cards
to the members of the Moline Wo
man's club for a garden party Tues
day, Oct. 4, at her home, "Allen
dale," Moline. This is the annual
social affair tendered by Mrs. Allen
to the club, of which she is the
founder. The hours will be from" 3
to 6 o'clock. The hostess will be as
sisted in receiving and entertaining
by her daughter, Mrs. Otto H. Seif
fert and by Mrs. George H. Huntoon,
Mrs. G. Arthur Stephens, Mrs.
Charles R. Stephens. Mrs. George E.
Huntoon and the Misses Helen Hun
toon, Mildred Stephens and Dorothea
Stephens, together with the officers
of the club, Mrs. Edward H. Sleight,
president; Mrs. Fabian Lawson and
Mrs. O. F. Anderson, vice presidents;
Mrs. Mollie McEniry, recording sec
retary; Mrs. Willis, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Adolph Edwards,
treasurer, and Mrs. Frank Dufva,
, The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
Greg of Coal Valley and Omar II.
Tressel of Peoria took place last
evening at 7 o'clock at the study of
Broadway Presbyterian church. Rev.
V. G. Oglevee officiating, using the
double ring ceremony. They were
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. toward
Gregg, brother and sister of the
bride. Following the ceremony there
was a wedding supper and later Mr.
and Mrs. Tressel left for a trip to
St. Louis. Mr. Tressel is an engineer
at Silvis and Mrs. Tressel has been
employed as assistant cashier at the
Rock Island offices. She is the
daughter of Douglas Gregg of Coal
Valley but has made her home in
Rock Island a number of years and
attended Augustana college. .They
will reside in East Moline.
At the residence of J. A. Austin,
1332 Thirtieth street, at 2. o'clock
yesterday afternoon, was celebrated
the marriage of Fred L. Tuck of Rock
Island and Miss Esther Berger of
Moline, Rev. D. H. Leland, pastor of
Edgewood Baptist church, perform
ing the ceremony, which was wit
nessed by a company of relatives. Mr.
and Mrs. Tuck will reside in a new
home provided by the groom at 4 413
T. M. 11. Girls Meet.
The T. M. B. girls met last even
ing with Miss Mabel Broderick, 831
Second avenue. There were games
and music. The Misses Marie Smith,
Irene Kail and Regina McCarthy
carried off the prizes. The next
meeting will be held with Miss Marie
Smith, 809 Twenty-fourth street.
Ramblers Club Meets.
The Ramblers club held a very
pleasant meeting with Miss Rose
Krohn at her home, 2818 Sixth ave
nue, Tuesday evening. The evening
was passed in a social way and was
much enjoyed. Lunch was served.
The next meeting will be held with
Mrs. Henry Kreb3.
Woman's League Meetng.
The Woman's National Progressive
league will hold its regular meeting
tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the
home of Mrs. Hilma Rylander, 438
Sixteerith avenue. Moline. It is es
pecially desired that there be a large
attendance of members.
Troubadours Will Give Program.
The Troubadour Amusement com
pany will give a program at Indus
trial hall next Tuesday evening un
der the auspices of the Forresters
drill team, camp 26, M. W. A. The
program will preceed dancing which
will begin at 9:30.
THE KISS OF DAISY BLISS.
Don't let him kiss your hand,
Don't ever let him do It,
There's danger in the act
Of osculation 'tis a fact,
'Tis subtle the impact,
New York Sun.
Carpenter Coal company
Sell coal. Phone west 295.
Kerler & Co. jnake rug.
Buy a home of Rcidy Bros.
Trl-City Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefz.
Mound City paints may cost a
trifle more, but! Ill & Ehleb.
Let William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
H. T. Siemon grants your tin and
furnace work. 1526-1528 Fourth ave
nue. Paul & Hayward, tailors, suits and
fancy gowns, 409 Twentieth street.
The formal opering of McCabe's new
shoe department continues tomorrow.
All are invited.
Get your hunting licenses from
Frank Fiebig, 1619 Third avenue. Open
Carpenter Coal company, 123
Twentieth street, old phone West
295. We handle best grades of hard
and soft coal. Our motto, "Satisfied
A new. cleotlnc medical toilet tablet
Draws Out All Inflammation and Sore
This r rrmrkahl! foot bath remedy Is
Superior to Pointer, 1'lu.trr or SnlTf,
and is guaranteed to cure Corns. Cal
louses. Bunions. Frost liltes. Chilblains.'
Inerowinf? Nails. Tired, Achlnu. Swol
len. Nervous, Sweaty, Bad Smelling
Smaller Slioew Can le Worn by uslnqj
TIZ. because it puts and keens tha feet
In perfect condition.
TIZ Is for sale at all druggists. 23
cents per box. or direct If you wish
from Walter Luther Dodge &. Co., Dode
building. Chicago, 111.
It's applied like paint
cn Gas Stoves and
Pipe. Shines Itself.
Won't wash off. fiats
up Rust. Makes old
Screen New. Produces
Ebony Finish on Iron and Wood.
For sale by Allen. Myers & Co.. L. 8.
McCabe & Co.. P.ock Island Hardware
Company, 111 & Khleb.
ROCK FALLS HAS CARNIVAL
City Is Perorated Ten Mile Auto
Race Is Feature.
Sterling, 111., Sept. 29. The corn
carnival and home coining held by the
business men of Rock Falls opened
yesterday. The city is decorated and
illuminated. Corn is used exclusively
for decorating. Thousands of visit
ors are in the city. A ten-mile auto
race will be the feature today ami
the course will be guarded by several
companies of the Illinois national
for Friday bargain day
Children's sidewalk Sulkies, rub
bar Ured. Friday special. SI .09
50foot Clothes Lines, Friday
Brass Wash Boards, Friday spe
Visit our new Toy .Deportment
in the basement which is briteling
full of new toys. Friday we give
a very special one lot of Dolls, 25c
value, for 10c, and a lot of Fruit
Velvet Pin Cushions at 10c each.
The Yellow Price Ticket displayed on goods marked down especially lor Bargain Friday in each oi our 77 Depts tells a story interesting to bargain seekers
Our Millinery Department is the
greatest and most magnificent of any
exclusive hat shop in the Tri-Cities.
We are proud to announce that in our
new fall millinery we have the great
est selection of Parisian models evei
before shown to Tri-City admirers of
We are showing a magnificent dis
play in other hats of the latest effects
in Persian, tapestry, hatter's plush,
zibelene, velvet, silk and satin. Tap
estry has proven to be the most strik
ing novelty of this season. Helmet
shaped turbans, hand made or pressed
shaped, are becoming more popular
every day and the mushroom hat,
laf ge or small, is a great favorite. We
offer on Friday bargain day only, a
selection of satin and velvet hats at
That Is Big Friday Bargain Item.
Cut Glass, Basement.
Ton are cordially Invited to inspect our
Cut Glass section in the basement. The
most beautiful ever :hown In this pare of
the country. Many patterns copyrighted.
Very special Friday, 8-inch bowl, Rell cut
ting. Bargain Friday price S2.98
Cut Glass Olive dish with handle 98
Colonial Water tumbler. Are polished at 4
Tin tomato cans, quart size at 3
Ladies' all linen hemstitched, initial, col
ored border handkerchiefs. Bargain Friday
Children's colored border satin stripe hand
kerchiefs, very special at 3
Lace Curtains, 3d Floor
White Nottingham Curtain, 54 inch by 2 Ms
yards long, all over design. Good strong
me6h, very special Friday 98
Men's Negligee shirts with collar attached,
all colors and sizes, our regular $1.00 value,
Friday bargain price 69
Men's Lisle ' hose In plain black, tan and
large assortment of colors and stripes.
Special for Friday 17
' DOMESTIC SECTION.
42x36 and 45x36 bleached pillow cases, each 10
72x90 bleached two piece sheets at 39
Full size hemmed crochet bed spread at 79
A complete line of new silver novelties for the
trade. Everything in Sterling silver.
CAUSING CARDS, Bargain Lane
Printed while you wait. Seiect your own style and type. Special for Fri
day, 25 cards for 15
2d Isto North.
CO dozen ladies' fine gauge black hose, sec
ond quality, slightly imperfect, but hard to
detect. These goods were manufactured to
retail at 35 to 75c per pair. Very special Fri
day Bargain price, 3 pair for 50
Center Isle Main Floor.
1C Button silk Gloves ,all colors and sizes.
Bargain Friday price at 9S
Braided soutashe bands in brown, green,
old rose, gray, white and gold, regular
Bargain Friday 59S
A princess combination corset cover and drawer, trimmed in embroid
ery, special for bargain Friday, only 69
One lot of skirts, lace and embroidery trimmed ruffles, regular $1.00
value, Friday bargain day only 59
One lot of skirts, with wide tuck flounce trimmed In lace and embroid
ery, a regular ?1.25 value for Friday bargain day only 79
A muslin, crepe and cross-bar night gown slip over style, lace and em
broidery trimmed, regular $1.25 values for Friday Bargain day only 85
STATIONARY SECTION, 2d isle East Main Floor..
Men's Fountain Pens, 14k gold pen, medium size barrel, coarse, 'me
dium or fine point. Guaranteed in every way to give entire satisfaction.
Friday bargain price at 98
Ladies' Fountain Pens, 14k Gold pen, small. Ladies' size barrel. Me
dium or fine points. Guarantee with every one sold. Friday Bargain
price 89 .
We have only 12 Taffeta Waists and
about six Net Waists carried ovet
from our spring clean-up; slightly
mussed; worth $5.00 to $7.50.
Friday Bargain price
54-in novelty stripes cloaking in Wine, Cop
enhagen. Blue, etc., $1.25 quality. Bargain
36-inch lining satins In blacks, cream, grays
etc.. 89c quality. Bargain Friday 59
36-ln broken checks, plaids, etc., worth up
to 39c, at 19 yard.
Chiffon veiling in all colors, regular $1.93.
Bargain Friday at SI. 25
Chiffon veiling in all the plain in Tri
tone colors, regular $1.00 yard at 79
Persian chiffon marquisettes, $1.50
and SI. 75 ard-
Infant Section, 2d Floor.
Infant's flannel Saques or Wrapper, with
silk embroideried edge, pink, blue or white.
Friday special at 19
FLOOR OIL CLOTH, 3d Floor.
Oil Cloth Squares, 2 yards square, 1st qual
ity. In handsome designs with binding,
per square S1.09
A complete line of Oil cloth, in patterns
and by the yard 27 Per square yard and
Drug Sundries Section.
Manicuring sets, wtlh buffer, nail polish,
pocket emery board, pomise stone, with
orange stick, complete outfit for Bargain
Friday at 19
Bico Talcum Powder, with patent sifter,
large size can, assorted odors. Friday Bar
gain price 12
Danderlne, $1.00 size, priced for this sale
Oat Meal Buttermilk soap, per box, 3 cakes
Nursery powder, 15c size, priced for Friday
Blankets Section, 3d Floor.
A complete line of cotton and wool blank
ets for fall business, all are now in Frl-'
day f place on sale f0 all-wool blankets,
high quality at an exceptional low price,
gray, white or tan, 11-4 size, for this one
day only S4.39
Grand bargain in cotton blankets In 11-4
size, soft, warm and double fleeced. Friday
bargain price 89
A complete line of comforters priced 98
up to S15.00
18-inch wide cambric flouncing and corset
cover embroidery, 25c values, 18 yard.
Val Torchon in linen lace edges insertions,
values 8c, today 3-
Ribbons, Main Floor
4 and 5-inch all silk Dresden and Persian
Ribbons, all colors. Values up to 25c per
yard. Friday Sale price 15
3 and 4-Jnch all silk Taffeta ribbons, in all
colors, extra heavy qualit y, regular 20c
value. Friday Bargain price 11S
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