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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1011.
HERRMANN -TURNEY NUPTIALS
THE CHICAGO RECORD-HERALD
this morning contains the following
concerning the marriage of Miss Gla
dys Turney formerly of this city and
creerge Herrman Jr., tf Chicago: Miss
Gladys Josephine Turney, granddaugh
. ler of Mr. and Mrs. Bronson J. Sum
; merfieM, Z?J'J Jackson boulevard, and
George Herrmann Jr., were married
. yesterday afu-rnoon at 4 o'clock in,
Our Lady of Sorrows Church. Father
M'-Cuire officiating. Miss Martha Swe
'. cie was maid of honor and , George
Scott wag best man. The bride wore
pale pink meteor silk over pink satin
trimme 1 in baby Irish lare, with a large
white 1..U with pink plumes, and car
. ried a bridal spray of Killarney roses.
Thi- maid of honor wore marquisette
over pale pink cr-pe de chine and a
" while lace hat. trimmed In pink roses
and carried roses and lilies of the val
ley. A wadding: supper for the imme
diate family followed at th residence
. of George Herrmann Sr. :?230 Washing
ton boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. Herrman
have gone east on their wedding trip.
FOR MISS MUNN.
MISS EDITH THCMN DELIGKT
fu!!y entertain a company of friends at
hr home. :::'; Seventh avenue last
nilit, in honor of Miss Eva Munn of
Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Miss Munn is at
Irr .sent the guest of the Misses Es
ther and EII'n Freeman of Moline.
H r nsrav.ornenr to Dr. David Freeman
of Moline was recently announced.
The h'vis decorations la.-t evening
were hearts ;uid the effect was not on
ly nov-'l but also ve ry pretty. The eve-j
jniriE; was spent in a social way, for
i tunes were told and games were play
;ed. A guessing contest was also in
1 dulged in. The favor in the event
! went to Mies Helen .Johnson. Iatr
'. in the evening a two-course luncheon
' was served.
Mrs. Hayes. A question box was con
ducted by Mrs. S. E. Mattison. At 'ho
close of the program the ladies remain
ed for a social hour, and refreshments
MUSICAL CLUB PROGRAM.
THE ANNUAL COMPLIMENTARY
recital for members of the Rock Island
Musical club was given last evening at
the New Harper, a large nnrn.ter of the
members and their friends attending.
The program was well arranged and
was pleasing from start to finish, being
given by Miss Agnes Pillsbury of Chi
cago, pianist, and Mrs. B. J. I.achrer
contralto. Miss Ixretta Hannan was
at the piano. It was the fir&t appear
ance of Miss Pillsbury before a Rock
Island audience, and she pleased in
each number. Mrs. Iachner has ap
peared in recital before and again de
lighted her audience.
numbers were given, and refreshments
were served. ' The club will meet in
two weeks wi'n Mrs. Gus Eng. 1
BACHELOR GIRLS ELECT.
THE MERRY BACHELOR GIRLS
club, composed of young women from
the three cities, held the annual elec
tion of officers Wednesday evening at
the home of Miss Betty Doekterman.
1550 West Eighth street, Davenport,
the following being chosen as officers:
President Miss Gertrude Flnkle
stein. Rock Island.
Secretary Miss Betty Doekterman,
Treasurer Miss Celia Taxman. Rock
Plans were made for the annual
dancing party of the club, the time
and place not having been definitely
decided. The business session was
followed by a social hour and the host
ess served refreshments.
THE FEBRUARY COFFEE OF THE
Indies' Aid society of Spencer Memo
rial Methodist church was siven yes
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
W. O. Beam, 524 Fourth avenue, Mo
line, 4ft of the members and friends aV
tending. Mrs. Beam was assisted by
Mrs. Olson. Mrs. Bateman and Mrs.
Corbin. and a very pleasant afternoon
was passed. During the afternoon re
freshments were served.
HAVE LITERARY PROGRAM.
THE LADIES OF THE MEMORIAL
Crristian church yesterday afternoon
held a very pleasant meeting in the
church parlor?, a large number of the
members being present. An interest
ing program of songs and . recitations
in charge of Miss Mollie Mayers wai
given and much enjoyed. A lunch fol- j
lowed the program.
DINNER AND DANCE.
A 7 O'CIXJCK DINNER. TO BE
followed by dancing, to he given joint
ly by Alouez council. Knights of Colum
bus, and Madonna court. Daughters of
Isabella, is announced, the affair to
take place at the New Harper at a
date to. be fixed the latter part of the
AWES CITY FOLK
C. H. Shiffner, Here After S. M.
Martin, Diffuses Oklahoma
CANNON GUIDES PRISONER
Kncouiiters Colored Man in Refresh
ment Kniporium and Advices
II im to Get in the Oien.
Deputy Sheriff C. H. Schiffner of
Waton.-a. Okla., who came here yes
terday to take charge of S. M. Martin,
wanted in Oklahoma for alleged swind
ling of a bank out of the sum of $5. one
A MUSICAL CANTATA UNDER j
the direction of Miss Harriet Franinir i
will he given at the Odd Fellows hall j whi,e in the rit' cave a very RCKd saln"
in East Moline for the benefit of the ! pie of how the erring ones are handled
Plymouth church this evening. Th;in the wild west. He also displayed
Home cooking, when successful, is most delicious,
healthful and economical. No fear of failure for
the Rumford housewife. Her cake never falls,
her crust is never tough, her biscuits never heavy.
The baking is of fine texture and flavor and will
retain its freshness much longer when she uses
Contains No Alum
MISSION SOCIETY MEETING.
THE ROCK ISLAND AUXILIARY
of the Woman's Foreign Mission so
ciety of the First Methodist church
met j-esterday afternoon with Mrs. C.
A Curry, ir2u Twenty-third street.
Mrs. L. C Daugherty was chairman of
the program, and the general topic
was "Women Missionaries." Papers
on the topic were given by Mrs. F. K.
R.hoads. Mrs. F. O. Van Galdcr. and
Miss Florence Battles. Musical num
bers were given by Mi.-s Downey and
THE MISSES LILLY AND FRIEDA
Jur.ge. at their home, 519 Twenfy-third
street, were the hostesses yesterday
afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock at a de
lightful reception. They were assisted
by the Misses May O'Connor, May and
Anna Streckfus. and Ruth Abercromhie
of Aledo. The house was elaborately
and tastefully decorated with yellow
and white, the color scheme being car
ried -ut with daffodils and narcissus.
j During the afternoon 100 ladies were
entertained, and a delightful lunch was
Y. M. W. CINCH CLUB.
THE Y. M. W. CINCH CLUB WAS
entertained yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. A. E. Mclnnes. 1507
Eleventh street. In the games of
cinch the head rriz was wen by Mrs.
Charles Norris, Mrs. Robert R.nson
took the second prize, and the consola
tion favor was given to Mrs. Allan
Pratt. A number of pleasing musical
chorus is composed of 40 voices and an
excellent program has been prepared.
other capers of western life that In
eluded nearly everything except shoot
ing up the town. In the evening when
Schiffner departed with 'his prisoner
he presented a most unusual sight. Al
though a big powerful man himself.
YESTERDAY WAS THE 7GTH
birthday anniversary of John Bladel,
and the occasion was fittingly observ
ed by members of his family, a birth- ne took every precauUon to see that
dny dinner being served at the home. Ui, raihr mooi. 9nH hmM Martin
"21 Fourth avenue last evening.
FIRE AT BEAL RESIDENCE
should not get away from him. He
put handcuffs of the latest style on
Martin's wrists, chained his arms to-
with his man and the chancs are that
they will both arrive safely In Okla
homa, as Martin says he has no inten
tion of trying to escape justice longer.
CITES OKI.IIOM WAYS.
During the afternoon the western
deputy gave an exhibition of a some-;
what different nature. He was see-1
iug the sights of the city in company
with Sheriff "Bruner anil on their :
travels they stopped In at a refresh-!
ment emporium, as Schiffner stated he j
was thirsty and that his "pipes were
front Chimney Cause
I5Iae on the 15Mf.
The fire department was called to
the home of William Beal, 10"'J Twenty-first
street, hist evening at 6.45, to
extinguish a fire in the roof of the resi
dence, which had been caused by
Igether at the elbow, and marched him (getting rusty." in tho saloon was a
Small lout of the local jail at the point of aUolorert man and the sinht of a duskv
WARMS HIS ntKONER.
face standing at the very same barj
with him incited the westerner's an-'
It was a steel blue automatic of the ; gcr. He insisted upon reading the j
! latest approved make and it was fully a ; riot act to the colored fellow, who was j
foot long. Said the deputy to the pris- j helpless before him and who had to
oner, Charley, (he is known in Okla ; submit to the lecture witn me Deat
sparks from a chimney. The blaze was homa a3 c y Wilkinson). "Charley, grace possible. Schiffner warned the
extinguished with chemicals and
damage was nominal.
Do you know that croup can be
preven;ed? dive Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy as soon as the child
becomes hoarse or even after the
eroupy couth appears end it will pre
vent the attack. It is also a cer
tain cure for croup and has never
been known to fail. Sold by
the r q, r-i .r tr tala rr lilnw npTn that it was a fortunate thinir
your head off. Sheriff Slither-j that he had not sen him in Oklahoma,
land sent me to get you, and he knew as there he would have be-n compelled
that I could do the job and do It j to shoot the darky up on general prln
rieht. Now, you be good or you will jciples for daring to come into the same
have to be planted when I get you (saloon with a white man. The unof
back home." Down the street towards fending negro finally got out of his
the car the doughty deputy marched I predicament when Schiffner began pay.
his man. flourishing his big revolver j ing his attention to the contents of his
all land frightening everyone who saw , glass and the town was spared a pos
Ihim He got away from Rock Island i sible tragedy.
E. H. Clement
Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries 326 Twentieth Street
Specials for This Week at
l.ooo pounds fresh creamery
butter, pound 25c
While it lasts, none wholesale.
Emperor coffee, pound . 22c
Good hulk coffee,
pound 20c and 25c
three packages 10c
Party Flakes, package 12V4C
10c can cocoa Qq
Asparagus tips, can .... 2 5c
Cnn pears 10c
Can apricots 15c
Can peaches 15c
Sauer kraut, quart 5c
Large can pure white
Large package Cold Dust J5c
p W f... .
of merchandise as soon as possible.
the new three
story addition to our building are demanding room, therefore, a large portion of our
stock must be sold. Extraordinary values result from the extreme price reductions.
women's, misses' and children's muslin underwear
Prospects f mioii Ix-inp;
cramped for room
'--;;r$5$.-V makes it nei-cssarv to
trstf take mnncdialo steps
to retlure our stock of
K5 rA-'-ii 1 morenas. r.xee)iionai
S values are tlie result of
the new prices.
Choice f : !.- mn's and women's S10 silk and
l;h-Ti or all silk l'iubr.-!!as. fancy handles. 7..V
Men's and women's $ 00 to $S..",0 silk and linen
l"mbrl!as sold and silver handles at $0.0)
Choice of any women's and mn's $2.."i0 Cmhrel
las. silk find linen cover?, rubber lind. .fl.iM)
Women's $1. ".Of ilk. rubher l:nxl. umh-ellas. fan
cy handles pp-, j;il sale prie, l.JK
Woii'fn's and men's silk linn I'nibreHas. ?3.9
Choice of o i styls. silk & l.nn Umbrellas. 2J)S
Women's fni;o!deroil linen Cci.'ars in all steg.
regular 2V Collars, special sale pr'ce, ea. Hk
Vu'T.cn s 2".c tsilor-d Stocks sale prire. ea h 10c
Woa:o'i Taraowrs and ei:ibr-ldered Collars -V
Main Ais.lt-, center
Xotwitlisf antlinir the heavy sellini; e.f the past week, our assortments at
most of the prices are still in -ood shape. Prices have heen made to
dispose of jz'ai'ments soiled from handling diirinp; the sale.
Corset Covers and lirawers in tn;:ny
f'ifftrert f-"tyl'S. Ktr: irfKid ejuality
r( nainsook and Inn::e-Ioth. Trituiiu'd
in pretty 1h f. :mmI -tulroi '1 ri. i.
Also plain Muslin ( iiemiof 2.",e.
Gowns, Ions; Petticoat1?. Combi
nation Suits. Draw-Tri atfl Cor
set "overs, all well niin''- :i
lemdoili rnd nainsook. P.ep.u
tifuly trimuir-d in laces arui rn-
broiderit g. S)nc.
Mi'Klin Pettierats. finished with
enihroiiiery flounces at 1.."i0.
""r Corset Covers, mpiie of 1 r. 1 1
cloth, full froi:tg, special ;i.)r.
Crepe N'ifrht downs, hipii nerk
or slip-over styles. l.TS to 2.75
Corpef Covers. Iiawer. Short Petti
o;Cs and downs made of nainsook.
1onf;i P;-h pnd muslin. These ae all
ti-;i)iiiied in jiretty laees and embroid
eries. A splendid assortment at 50c
Ceiwns. Combination Suits,
Prineess Slips. Orawers. Skirt
Chemises. Corset Covers and
Skills, made of fine materials,
trimmed in laees and ea.broiJc-r-ies
Sale price 1.50.
Children's Muslin PetUcoats,
sizes 6 to 10 yrs. Soiled, at "c
Soiled Corset. Covers, fine ma
terial. Trimmed with lae.es, 2.r.
Drawers of cambric and nain
sook, insertion & flounces. 69c.
inch less displav
as a result of .esss
1- operations, rii)iitftUM
Stock l Vl
Sl.f'ft Myht downs with hlzh j skjrT Corst Cov(r rombi.
necks or Fl-.p-ov.T Ftyle. ..c. tlHtiin8. Kaee trimmed, spec. 6c
Children's Mv.r-lin downs,
soiled. Spec ial pri e 2.c
Children's soiled I'etti
coats with waists, at 2."c
Childreri's Drawers, fire
cambric, lace ruffles. 25c.
Chemisps made of fine long
cloth, lace cmb. trimmed, 69c
Gowns of barred dimity and
nainsook. Iace yokes, HJiif.
rteautiful Gowns and Petticoats,
lace and emb. trimmed, $l.9o
Our Shoe Department . ,
will sunn li:i" to lo
must le condensed as k'i'iii?
miicn as possioie.
V.Omen's l.Ke ,-inl lmtton Shoos, patent ml!
Ir-athers. I. . est style toea. welted soW. ItdtifM
f sizes is i c.it!!ii!.;(. in various styles, hut all
sizes are t.j be found in the lot. $1 values, if.l.l'J
V'onien's I ice s-ioeg macle of P.iient, Ki ! dun
Metal leatn-r with K"uine welt d oles Tht
ranee r,f slej ii. en a s'yle i i lijc,iiiiil' ie. but
there are all sizes In the assortment at
Women' 1 e ad P.utton Sii'ies In Patent Colt
leather witi do h fjr dull kid tojis, pla'ii or lip
ped toes a'id welted pole. The ianre f si en b
in incomplete, ',:,) sr. oca are seHin for 2,;
Mioses' ani hil iren'n Shoes m,id of exeelb nt
(pi-ilities of led and calf (,k!n leather-. I.ace style
with v,i s-ns'ble heels and tocn. All le
froui 1 0 i V 2. $1.2i and $!'' kind.s for c
iit AiIe, rear
1 vt tj..:ij:- - !
saTeof "waists, sacques, etc.j i curtains, drapery la Dries ana rugs
5 -lauorea waists are in ixmidar tinnand liecause thev ' - eoi:ectitni 01 otm i.u'-e uiiuii
jl are S; practical ahvavs look n at and dressv. We arc I pome Just one of a pattern, others a
offerino- a collection of Tailored ' pair or a pair and a half or perhaps
Waists. $1.25. -fl.50 and $1.93 two pairs all kinds HALF PRICK.
An assortment of fancy and ruffled ! One to six-vrar old children's M
rwiss curtains wincji nave beeome a
little soiled from bein displaved in
order to close out HALF FIUCF.
r ? - r "
j, values for ordv Sc.
Silk and Net Wa sts in many beautiful
shr.ics. values up to $K", sale price 3.95
and Jl.&j Lingerie Waists now at 69c
$"00 wool kni Dressing Sacques, slightly
so.Ie-rl. J If"1. $1.2" and $1.50 fannelette
Oressing Sacj ies. to close out at 7c
White and Arabian Nottingham
Curtains 4j inches wide. 3 yards
long Two to four pairs of a k:nd.
$6..".0 Net Robes In white, ecru, plnfc
md blue, suitable for party and even
ing wear, S3 S V Robes valued up to
$12.00 f r
Haldwin House Dresses, may be used
as a dress, kimono or apron, quickest
to put on of any dress. No pins or
buttons, and .!".
tl.35 and $1.25 values now per ' : t l :f i I 2
Cotton Clucy Curtains, with plain i .1.- 'Jt t I 1. U
cable centers in Arabian and white. i V - I I J J
42 inches wid?. 2' yaris long. For p ; . j A; . ; -JJ tli , H
parlor, or dining room. 1.45. J.f (j i 1 I i "1
Ivory colored Scrim
dainty pink design
fine scrim. Ice ed
sold at $'i.S5; spec:
Beautiful Iiish Point Brusel and
a"o cet Curtains for parlor win
dows. Two to four rair f f tach
pattern, $C.:.0 value, price. itJio.
15c to 25t Printed Madras, colored
Swiss and casement cloth, yd. IMse
C5c and fcf.c white and Arabian net
with or without insertion, yd. 4nr
Short-length Draperies will he sr. Id
as remnants, at half price, 0?! off
Single blankets 42x72, in gray only,
blue and red border, each, SJc
$1.25 to $2 Bathrobe Blankets,
slightly mu.-sed from handling, 6fic
$365 AxnMnster and Velvet Rugs,
tizes 36T2, reduced to
$35 Roval Wlltnn Rhk small all
" f - rj'r?lf- .1 '' ai.eru in sou colors, - mI
$25 Body Brussel -Rugs in many
colors &. design, sale price, $29.00
11 Curtains with t'- if, " ll I fj
appld on jiLl VmiXA
ng formerly J3 l
Coats bearskin, elotli, astrak
han, velvet -neatly every good
color arnonyr them.
$:. ?5. $; ::.. s.rr, cvu for
V. 'i',. i :'. ',':, Coats for tZ.M.
$2 P5. 4 A Cc.ats for 2..
$2 05 and Coats for !.".
Infant's Urg and short lawn drr,s?es,
tiickfd Rnd ti:trci.!-red yokes. v&lii-s
from 50c to $:; .i. at Sie, Use und 17c.
Itifart s soiU-d Klniotics in pink, blue
ar:d whit'-. CaBhrii-re and Tennis, eu,
breddered and Ecalloped, 25r lo Jc.
!!IM to $"!.."' white felt Hoods, tri.fi
med in satin ribbon, reduee'l Vi Uv .
Winter Hfods tr.d Caps, slightly
f.;d; Bear Skin Hats and Polo