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TliE ROCK TSLAXD ARGUS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911.
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! reared in chocolate. The table decora
j tions were yellow and green. After
I the repast the company repaired to the
i ball room, where a program, consisting
n.ittee of the Royal Neighbors of ot music and toasts, was given. Miss
America, and a candidate for the office ( Myrtle Dade, supreme recorder of the
MRS. LESTER HONOREE.
MRS. ANNA S. LESTER OF PEO-
ria, a member of the beneficiary com-
of supreme manager of Illinois, was
the guest of honor last evening at
banquet given at the New Harper by
the clerical force of the head office of
the eock-ty. The occasion marked the
anniversary of Mrs. Lester's birthday,
and she was the recipient of many well
wishes from ber acquaintances arid
friends in the head office, who are
Royal Neighbors, and herself a candi
date for reelection, acted as toastmis
tress for the occasion. The program
was as follows:
Piano selection . .Miss Helen Gereicker
Reading Miss Jessie Bogue
Quartet The Mioses Murphy
IMano selection Miss Alice Swan
Vocal solo Miss Nell Aldrich
unanimous in their support of her for I Piano selection Miss Julia Russ
the supreme manager-hip. Covers were
laid for 70 guests, and a sumptuous
sine-course dinner was served. A birth
day cake baked in the pastry depart
ment of the hotel was the feature of
the- repast, it being a beautiful work
of art on which Mrs. Lester's name ap-
hcstess last evening to a company of
10 young ladies at a miscellaneous
shower given as a courtesy for Miss
Anna Morris rhose marriage to Ralph
Souders takes places next week. The
house was attractively decorated In
hearts and cupids. One of the young
ladies dressed to represent a witch
told the fortune of each guest and
when she came to the honoree she
read her fortune and then presented
her with a large basket filled with
pretty and useful articles for her new
home. Games of various kinds were
played, there were musical numbers
enjoyed and the hostess served a
JOHN T. WEST OF HAVERHILL,
Iowa, and Miss Laura E- Reddington,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Red
dington, 1S57 Fourteenth avenue, .Mo
line, were married Wednesday eve
ning at 7 o'clock at tne parsonage of
the First Methodist church, the Rev.
D. C. McCown officiating. Mr. and
Mrs. Ray S. Becker of 1S42 Twelfth
avenue. The latter a sister of the
bride, attended the couple. The wed
ding was a very quiet one owing to a
recent "bereavement In the bride's
family. Mr. and Mrs. West will de
part soon for Haverhill, Iowa, where
they will make their home on a farm.
HARD TIMES DANCE.
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF
the Eagles gave a largely attended
hard times dance last evening at the
FOR NATIONAL MEET
Frisco Club to Hold First of Enter
tainments Next Wednesday
At the Armory and Turner halls next
Wednesday evening will be held the
first of a series of entertainments to be
given by the Eagles' Frisco club. Tbia
is an organization gotten together, not
for the purpose of enriching the mem
bers in this world's goods, but in order
to raise sufficient funds to send a dele
gation with a special train to San
Francisco next August to boost for the
tri-citieB for one of the grand aerie
meetings of the Fraternal Order of
Eagle. The magnitude of these con
ventions is little understood by the
general public. At the St. Louis con
vention last August 841 delegates pre
sented their credentials. In addition
to this number of delegates experi
enced Newspaper men estimated the
number of visitors attracted by the
convention at over 25,000.
It should be understood that this or
ganization is not. and does not, intend
to solicit anything from the general
public. All that is asked is a share of
support for the entertainments to be
held under its auspices.
Vocal solo Miss Mary Murphy
Toats were given by the following
ladles upon their being called on by
Miss Dade: Miss Hilda Browner, Miss j Eagles' home, Fourth avenue and
May McLaufiin. Miss Ida Bowen, -Mis? Twenty-first street. 100 couples at-1 lunch was served following the games.
the prizes were won by Mrs. A. E.
Mclnnis. Mrs. William Ranson and
Mrs. Charles Norris. A delightful
Helpful Hints on
Scalp and Hair Troubles Gener
ally Caused by Carelessness.
Harriet Krey and Mrs. T. M. DeKay. i tending. The first prize was won by
All of them lauded Mrs. Lester and ' Mrs. C. P. McQuaid, the second by
Miss Dade, and spoke favorably to Mrs. Weaver and the booby by Mrs.
their candidacy. As marks of respect ; G . Wehling. The gentlemen's first
and appreciation Mrs. Lester was pre- j second to Roy Shaw and the booby
sented with an arm bouquet of pink! prize was won hy H. W. Coles, the
Dandruff is a contagious d'sease
aueed by a niii-robe which also pro
duces baldness. Never use a comb
or brush belonging to some one else.
No niattf-r how clean iy the owner
may be. these- articles may !
fee ted with microbes, which wil
feet your scalp. It is far easier to
i carnations, and Miss Dade with a bou
quet of jonqu'lis. After the meeting a
night telegram was dispatched to Mrs.
Lina M. Collins at her home in Sf.
Paul, bearing greetings from the head
office force and expressing hopes for
her reelection to the office of supreme
by George Helfrich. The affair was
very successful and much enjoyed.
Lunch was served during the evening.
u n. luiviwi-rto luiiji j.- - ' noon
rid of them, and a bingle stroke of'0f tne
an lnrcctea comu or brush may wen
lead to baldness. Never try on any- j
body else's hat. Many a hatband j
is a resting place for microbes. 1
If you happen to be troubled with I
dandruff, itching scalp, falling hair j
or baldness, we have a remedy which
we believe will completely relieve
these trouble's. We are so sure of
this that we offer it to you with the
understanding that it will rest you
MISS ANNA E. KEILING AND C.
Harry Struts of Port Bvron were
in"j married at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
thf brid". at 2:'!0 Wednesday after-
Rev. L. W. Winter, pasto.
German Lutheran church, per-
Y. M. W. CINCH CLUB.
THE Y. M. W. CINCH CLUB WAS
entertained yesterday afternoon by
Mrs. Gus Eng at her home, 2417 Thir
teenth avenue. In the games of cinch
The club will be entertained in two
weeks by Mrs. William Ranson, 2312
HAVE CARD PARTY.
MEMBERS OF THE ROCK is
land Ladies' Turner society yesterday
afternoon entertained at a card party
at Turner hall in honor of Mrs. Ka
trina Herkert. Mrs. Herkert was not
notified till yesterday afternoon that
the party was to be held, as it wa-3
planned as a surprise for her. Mrs.
Herkert is one of the oldest members
od the society.
City Council Room, Rock Island, 111., ordinance, which was immediately con-
Feb. C. 1011. The city council met in sidered and adopted by
formed the ceremony in the presence j regular session at S o'clock p. m., Mayor vote, allowing the labor pay roll for
of a large company of friends nnd rei- j
The bridal pair, unattended, enter-1
led to the strains of Hearts and Flow- j
' ers. played by Miss Kiean'ir Struss. ;
sifter ff the bridegroom, and they;
took their places under an arch ot
green and white, formed of snijax'
and carnations. The bride ' wore a!
gown cf white duchess satin witn ,
E. P. Kell
P. J. Gary
G. W. Newberry
G. W. McCaskrin
M. T. Rudgren
Hamlin Hull ,
J. M. Lundberg
C. F. Channon
Mrs. L. Dumbauld
Geo. D. Bleuer
C. R. I. & P. Ry. Co
Cleman & Salzmann
Central Union Tel. Co. .,
Channon & Dufva
A. W. Crampton
H. Darts Sons
T. F. Eagan
Elect. Cont. & Mach. Co.
Frazer Coal Co
Fidlar & Chambers
Hubbard & Tonn ,
Ill & Ehleb
Lamont Coal Co
E. E. Lamp
T. B. McCullom
E. B. McKown, Sec. ....
T. F. Norton
T. S. O'Hara
McCaskrin presiding and all tho alder-J vet k ending Jan. 2S, as follows:
men present except I'tke. Dan Kmerick S 14.70
The clerk read the mimtes of th ; Fred Bowers 11.55 i Postal Telegraph Co.
regular meeting of Jan. 1G. which were ' Pete Heverling 12.60
approved. j Harry Utke 12.60
Alderman I.aVar.way submitted an ' Fred Stanley
nothlne for the trial if it dors not
produce the results we claim. TMS;r,earl trimmings, and she carried a
remedy is called Rex.ill "Sri" Hair j "otiquet of brldesroses. The house
Tonic. We honestly believe it to be I was heautlfully decorated, in green
the most scientific remedy for scalp ;and white, tlu dinins room, wlvre aipan Emeifek
and hair troubles and we know of I two-course weddiug supj-fr was serv- Fred xiequist
nothing else that equals it for efect-jeti alter a season or conrr.tuiations.
iveness. because of the results it hashing especially attractive with it
produced in thousands -f cases. j table elaborately decorated in the
Rexall "9:'.'' Hair Tonic is de-''smilax and whit" carnations, over
vised to banish dandruff, rfK re nat-jhich was suspended a large whits
ural color when its loss h;,s been i wrdding bel! from w hich s:r amers o"
brought about by disease, atid make j green and whi'e reached the table
the hair naturally silky, soft and I corners.
.ilossy. It does this because it stim-
ulates thp hair follicles. lestros the! Broadway Men's Club.
genu matter, and brings about a free. I THE FEI'.Rl'A RY MKKTINT. OF
heal'hy circulation of blood, which ; Broadway ?.ien's club will be he! 1
ordinance, whic h was immediately con
sid-.-red and adopted by unanimous ' Fred Gf st
vote, allowing the labor pay roll for i Joe Stroehle
week iit!ing Jan. 21, as follows: j Frank Russ
Frank Bowers $ 14.70 . August Ver Street
Bert Kurtz 12.60
Harry I'tke .
August Ver Stret
Frank Johnson .
('. W. Campbell ...
Clyde C;;s!;maa . . ..
ti. Jo I
David Bri'.lhart 24 (ii)
Fred Nelquist .
George Pet tit . .
Ktnil Frank ...
1). W. Kelly ...
John Nelson . .
Chnrb s Grams .
E. B. McKown .
Mrs. E. D. Pearson
Mrs. M. J. Phillips
Miss M. Repine
R. I. Wood Works
R. I. Lumber & Mfg Co.
C. W. Robertson
R. I. Sand & Gravel Co. .
R. I. Hardware Co
R. I. Argus
C. J. Smith & Co
J. G. Smith & Son
J. M. Schaab
J. M. Schaab
9 4.t ',
jj 2 Sehocker Paper Co
r'.,n Slevin Auto Service
ijos. senroeuer ...
1 5.00 1
:j. H. Stuhr
Spencer & Trefz . .
! Thomas Drug Co. .
,9,, E. J. Tefft
-4J'4'1 !o. W. Todd & Co.
nourishes the hair roots. causing j this evening at 6:30 in the Sunday
them jo tighten and prow r.ew hair, j school rooms of the church. Sup
We want everybody w ho has any ! per will be served at that hour. The
trouble w'th hair or scalp to know I feature number of the proeram which
fhar Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is the has been arranged is an historical
t.:st ha.r tonic and restorative in ex-address on Egypt by Dr. C. W. Fofs
istence. and no one should scoff at I of Atigustana cllege. Dr. Fuss,
or doubt this statement until they who has traveled in the land of the
have put our claims to a fair test. I Nile, will bring before the ir.enibers
v:fh the understanding that they payi()f the club a number of interes:ing
us nothing for the remedy if it does 'facts. Musical numbers will be ren
rot give full nnd complete satisfar- dered by Mrs. D. J. Hayes, Jr.. con
tion In every parrcular. Tw o sizes. : t ralto soloist. '
' cents and ?1. Remember you can I
12.6"! Sewer account
Deun:s Collins 10. Contingent account
Roy Vieger 6.:: j 7th street improvement acct
D. W. Kelly
obtpin Rexall remedies in Rock Is
land only at our store the Rpxall
fore. The Thomas Drue company.
Prbl.re account $ 14.7"
Contingtr.- a'-cni'-.t Sl.t'.i
Park account 6."0
7th street improvement sect.... 2S.6"i
Reservoir expense account 42.00
Waterworks expense account... 25.20
12.60 Park account 25.2"
12.60 ! Wa'erwoi ks expense account. . . 30.45
Reservoir expense account 27.00
MISS CHARLOTTE M'GINLKY AT;
her home, 5:'l Twentieth street, wasl
j Alderman Naab submitted an ordin
i ance, which was immediately consid
ered and adopted by unanimous vote
j allowing the labor pay roll for week
jending Feb 4, as follows:
Fied Bowers $ 12.60
Wm. H. Timmerwilke ..
I'nion Printing Co
Ward & McMahon
Western Union Tel. Co.
Western Electric Co. ..
Young & McCombs
This entire stock must be sold tomorrow. Make your own prices;
under no consideration will we move this merchandise.
Spfiial lino of Ladies'
11 cm in black and col
ors. Prices up to to
le closed out
rhe remainder of our $2
g Ladies' Shirtwaists, for
'4 the last dav
tl at "...
A few more great bar-
rrains jetr m Lalies
, Wool Skirts
' 1 for
'i Still a few Ladies' Suits
Pj and Coats to be closed
g out the laft QC AA
day at ....... tPMU
g lour choice of Ladies'
F White Petticoats with
4 rlonnee for .
Your choice of Boys'
Waists in black and
colors, for the
last dav at
Suits to be
A few more Bovs' Nicrht
Shirts left to be OCp
closed out at fates is
Your choice of Chil
dren 's Bear Skin AQ
Coats for UOL
A bisx line of Children's
Dresses for .
A few more Umbrellas
left to be sold ftT
Special price on Men's
Overalls, Jackets and
Blue Chambray Work
Shirts with collars CI (T
to be sold at Loj
Pants for ....
A srreat bargain in
Men's Suits, prices ui
to $22.50, to
be sold for . .
prices up 0
of anv q
All Men's heavy Rock
ford Socks, Hp
to be sold for 3L
O Q ,Q i
HOME Or HLAL DAKVrAlftb.
f. i R r
Fred Gest . .
Harry I'tke 12.C0
George i'ettit 10.50 !
Dan Emerick 14.70
August Ver Street
Thomas Kegan .
Emil Frank 12.60
D. W. Kelly ..
D. C. Kelly
Walter Wise ...
X. J. Holtzner
D. Fleming ...
Dave Rooks ....
E. C Berry
James Farrell . .
H. H- Harris .
J. R. O'Donnell
Ladies' gray ribbed vests, while 6 doz. last, only
C-B A La Sprite dollar corsets for
New very long model Paris style C-I A La Sprite
corsets, Saturday jl.-10
New Models C-B $3.50 corsets, Saturday for jut. .SS 50
Fire-proof baked bean pots with cover, 3-qu.irt size. ,ir
Crystal glass pickle andjolive trays, jelly comports, etc.,
worth to 15c Saturday 8
Beautiful china salad bowls in a variety of handsome deco
rations up to $1.00 value, pick Saturda;. for SO?
Asbestos stove mats metal bound, Saturday , 2
The new 2-quart perfection corn poppers, Saturday. ,10
Men's 25c fancy bow tics, all day 10
Saturday Carnival of Dresses. These include taffeta,
messaline, serge, broadcloth and panama dresses and
for this Saturday carnival there are two prices tip to
$25.00 values. $6.99. Up to $37.50 values. .911 90
Flanellette petticoats in pink, blue and cream, wide ruf
fle scalloped edge, 75c values 4-1
One chance at these Night gowns of good cambric all
over embroidered yoke, V neck and slip-over styles. ?5c
to 95c values 57
Large rhinestone hatpins, worth to 75c, just one chance,
Nina Violet talcum powder, 15c size, dainty odor . . .9
Persian elastic belting at half price for one day . . . .1-2
$1.25 Seal grain handbags 89
600 yards val. and torchon laces, for Saturday, yard. .2
1-2 to 3-yard remnants of embroideries and laces marked
by the remnant, to sell quick at, each 19c, 10c and . . . .5
20-inch all silk Habutai silk, in cream only, a jard ... 19
All wool suitings in gray plaids, double width, yd. .. 29
10 a. m. 20 pieces of pretty Persian challies. yard . . .4
Kramer Printing Co
Xeptune Meter Co
Penn Oi: & Supply Co. ...
Postal Telegraph Co
R. I. Lumber Co
.fiO I R. I. Sand & Gravel Co. ..
.3S I. I. Argus
7.80 R. I. Hardware Co
3.00 Spencer & Trefz
2S.40 I Tw in City Die & Tool Wks.
Western I'nion Tel. Co.
Young & McCombs
Total Water Works fund . . fl.S19.10
Union Printing Co 100.25
R. I. Argus 5.40
Total Special fund 105.65
Grand total $5,055.95
Health account $ 145.50
Police account 877.66
Fire department account 924.66
Fire alarm system 172.69
j Street account ....
I Park account
(printing account ...
Total general fund $3,131.20
Waterworks expense account. $1,469.98
Reservoir expense account... ISO. 09
Reservoir and filter conbtrue-
Waterworks construction account
There Is nothing more frightful
in a happy home than to havo una
of its members instantly seized wit It
a dreadful attack of epilepsy or fits.
The many grateful letters from such
homes, after the ue of Kosine. th
remarkable remedy for this dread
ailment, testify to the real merits
of the preparation.
It is a meritorious article and 1
sold on a gaurantee plan that de
serves your confidence. Th prl'O
$1.50 will be refunded by The Har
per House pharmacy if not fully sat
isfied after using a bottle. Mall or
ders filled by the Kosine company,
Washington, D. C, or The Harper
OUR SEMI-ANNUAL SALE
SO CM CLOSES
EXTRA 9 TROUSER8 FREE
For Friday, Saturday
and Monday Only
x Suiting, soft,
firmly woven and
guarantee for onlj
Total waterworks fund..
Orrin Holt 112.50 6th
John Xelson 11.;
Charles Grains 12.60
Dennis Collins 14.70
Clyde Ctifchman 15.00
David Brillhart 24.00
Bridge account $ 14 70
j Contingent account 67.35
Seventh street Improvement
; hewer account g.4o
! Waterworks expense account. 31.20
Reservor expense account ... 38.85
Seventh ward sewer 29 00
ward property holders.
Cth Ave.. 34th to 35th St..
Co 349.9 1 j nronerty holders watermain
105.52 j -r
Ave.. 27th to 29th St.,
property holders, watermaln
34th and 35th Sfs. and 9th
Ave., property holderc. sew
er 14th Ave., 6th to 5th Sts.,
Collieries Sales Co 411. 28
C. R. I. & P. Ry
C. B. & Q. Ry. Co
Crosby Steam Gnage Valve Co
Channon & Dufva
Channon & Dufva
Dearborn Drug & Chem. Co...
Davis Machine Shop
Davis Machine Shop
Hershey Mfg. Co
Ill & Ehleb
Ask For Lot No.
(Continued on Page Nine.)
i he r anions CSw
Does Not Strain the Eyes);
Alderman LaVanway submitted an
ordinance, which was immediately
considered and adopted by unanimous
vote, allowing claims against the eev
"jeral funds as follows:
j Semi-monthly payrolls and monthly
Dr. A. M. Mueller
j Frank Westbay
, T. RosenSeld
jCbas. Ginnane . .
! Arthur Kinsley ;
Don't use a small, concentrated liht
over one shoulder. It puts an unequal
strain on your eys. Use a diffused, soft,
mellow light that cannot flicker, that equal'
izes the wcrV the eyes, such as the Kayo
Lamp gives, jnd avoid eye strain.
Te Hayo is designed to give the
best light, and it does.
It has a strong, durable shade-holder
that is held firm and true. A new burner
gives added strength. Made of solid
brass and finished in nickel. Easy to
keep polished. The Rayo is low priced,
but no other lamp gives a better light at
Once a Rayo Uer, Always One.
DtaJers EMrrywtiert- If net ct yars. write for dticnpt.i
cira.tr to tht metres! agency of ine
Standard Oil Company
If you can buy thin standard mu
8rse iahf-r fur 1m than 122. bU ta
(j(t, w won t uk fur your ordar. I-at
aa atjow you 4t gooda ruu b the Juries,
atanr other fabrlca now on aaJa at thlf
aim pfv-lal prioa.
Tfca l:ra Trour ara fr with this
Srgr ault alao with muy thT Hull oi
Cveroo purchit--Jut tt kerp our tail
pra buay kill to tiHp oluin uu our t.ra
f cholca, heavy and maJi am e!(hl
6SLC-CT IMPORTED MATERIALS
$22.60 to 130 for Suit or Ovarroat
EXTRA TROUSERS FREE.
Yahns at Qn'y SI5
Evsry frarment e make mini h
perfjct In fit and quality or no aU'
the buyer to Lh the Judge. Rpt-rlal ry
palrlDg and jrsiiig tiervke Free foi
3ne year after purchase.
ron't miia our window dlnplay ih.i
fc-k if you're lookiiiK for quality al
bargain prices. Call in or stcd foi
United Woolen Mills Go.
Woolen Merchant and Tailors.
303 WEST THID STREET.
OLLJE FERSCH, Mgr.
u mw. .m ). mm a
j F. S. Krebs
; John Furloi.g