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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, MARCH 6. 1911.
Two Beauties of Europe Who Will Be Notable
Figures at the British Monarch's Coronation.
5 : Vw ' Z - ; fed:- -.fete.- f::c ;c
LIQUOR NOT ISSUE
Proposition Not to Be Voted
Upon at Port Byron Pri
HALL FOR BOARD HEAD
Wet and Dry Fipht on Again at Gn-, 0
ff.e. High License and Heforro
Tickets Being Nominated.
Candidates for nomination at
Port Byron Tillage primary election ! 4
March 14 have filed their petitions
with the proper officials in that town.
Those who have filed petitions are:
For president of board W. D. Hall.
For trustee John McAllister, Hen
ry Oppendike. F. B. Skelton and R. H.
Mr. Hall is editor of the Port Byron
Globe. His petition was prepared du
ring his absence from the town and
1! business men attached their signa
tures thereto. Though Mr. Hall states
that he would have opposed circula-
! tion of the petition, he consented to fz
maKe ine race, wnen repeaieciy urgea tfy
to do so. There is little prospect that 1 5j
Port Byron, now a dry town, will vote i
on the saloon question this spring. Zi
The Globe says: 'Tnless something;
unfr.rp(;ppn li.innnn! f hp nrnnncittnn !
"Shall Port Byron Continue to Be Anti-!
Saloon Territory," will not be put on
the ballot for the coming spring elec-j
tion. The petition has been declared'
Among the many benutiful women who ire expeft.Mi n adorn th coronation ceremonii-s in London when King
George is installed :ir- the Ciwvn lTim-ess of Koui-.ia i:i:i and the Ii!":ioss of ost minster. The royal beauty is the
wife of Prince Ferdinand von Hobenzo.'i t:i. heir presumptive to the throne of his uncle. King Charles, and -was
formerly Princess .Varie of F-liU!.ursh. Tl-e IttK-hess of Westminster is a leader of English society, and her hus
band is known as one of England h richest landlords.
e rijy. ..: W.r-J -
llegal in eight different points by At-
torney John H. Hauberg of Moline, to ( ijj
whom a copy of the petition was f or- ( cj
warded. He says the question should i
not be placed on the ballot. The at-1 j,
iui ney general nas aiso aeciareu tne
I. II I. IKK XOK fOfST. I it
"It is generally understood tnat.j
'i niirii ttui uuiu nui nave, ...
l'oerl in favnr -.f it if ihnv wiillr Kp. '
lieved it would result in hrimrinsr a sa-i v
- : --" - - ! loon here. in fact, not many men
for a social hour and the hostess 'come out openly and say they would
! served ' lunch. The next meeting oijl'i e to have a dram shop established
the assofiatioti wil; be held at llw in the village, but as we have said
home of Mrs. YV. ll. Kimbaii Driven-; for they believe they have a majority.
i port and will be given by fce gradu- j and if a vote was taken just to show
! atcs of Vassar college. the strength of the two elements some
the I FmMM
v3? ? 'fa
i A v A:
peojile would doubtless be surprised
at the result.
111 IT 11 III l ji i. u i UU n
thou ' W
are not total abstainers, yet
' - ! to
i MR. AND MRS. H. N. LIKXMAKD
.au ..,. ceiet.Kii.uu in uitli ii;,vf. alwava voted the anti-license
-'.-.th wedding anniversary at their ii ket, and have kept the dram shop ,'
home, 5M:i Twelfth street, last eve-: out of Port Byron for more than thirty!
ning. It was planned by the couple to years and tliey resent the insults,
have tile affair take the fcim simply 'that have been hurled at them by
of a family rath-ring, but a company cranks and fanatics w ho think every j
J of young friends, numbering 30, the ; man is a fool who does not believe as
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For April ,
A Review of the Spring Fafi
Ions Easter Millinery
Spring Fashions Along Kij h
By Mmf Shtiinian.
Modes from Paris J ...
The New Parasols
The Lace Cap a FashioMaMe
By M't-b'in Oofl"--?tTles
for F. aster Time
Sluing Frocks nf Charming
Style (Colored Plate.
The Home Prsnmaker
The Klephant's Board and
Hy Kl-nr H. I'rrtrr.
The Return of the Batte.
Rv Andre 1'iiiiiiit.
Hy Vivian Jr.'
Planting Flowers Thit Will
Grow ( 42
Hy Samuel Armstrong I ninllton
Easter Song 4i
Church Music in Ameiim ... 41
Some Things Womm Can
Learn from Men
By Rachel Clement West.
Women in Business
By Loiiella E. hlte.
Does the Public School En
danger a Child's Health? . . .
Hy Carolyn Pherwln p.aliey.
A Forced Elopement 49
Hy Klizaheth W;ii rntnn.
What Christian Science He
ally 1h o)
Snap Shots at Celebrities 51
Tht Mother s lu: to Herself 51
By Mr. Burton Chanr.
Nancy Chats with Aunt Ma
Hy Dorothy Tuke I'rlM ma n.
The Setting Straight of Top-
Hy Madeleine Harry.
Aunt Pinah.the Colored Cook,
Comes to Join the Paper
Doll Family (Puzzle Pict
Needlework Iepartm nt 60
Fancy Work Department 02
Dainty Dishes for Earner 107
Answers to Correspondents. . 12C
Premiums for Genii. g Sub
majority of them from Davenport,
learning of the modest preparations
if Mr. and Mrs. Lienhard, willed oth-
HK tIKilf "LICESE PARTY.
Tne hivh license and citizens'
THE T. H. E. CLUB.
.Mlrfri BLANCHE CATTOX EXTEK
lained the T. n. E. club S.i'urday after
noon at iicr home. ! it'tu avenuo.
The afternooti v. a; s-pent in games
a:id lti'islf and at .". o clock a three
course luncheon was served Offers
President Miss Mary Van Hecke.
Secretary Miss Lillian DeUenroth.
Treasurer Mis-s llcanotu Engle
nian. The next meeting will be held at the
home of Miss K'ien Duly, .sno Twenty
fort U slreet.
fri'tn the ceiling as a
cut flowers were tised.
In the gajue
erwise. Tiie young people besieged j form parties have named candidates
;the home in the early evening, taking! to i.o oted on at the -Geneseo pri-
.vi r. ana .mi s. Lienhard entirely by sur- i maries.
contest Miss Delia Geiger and
Ly.liji Kent were prize winners.
next Thursday evening Miss Myra
COLLEGIATE ALUMNAE MEETS.
prise. After the couple had been ser-1
Those who have filed:
Miss! ...v; iuui.ic ua.li uceu oer-j n:gn license .Mayor, jonn H
ir-uaueu, me ojng people were receiv-, O'Brien : aldermen, Bernhardt Lacher
x-ki in me nome. ana tuey proceeded I Monroe Doremus, Iouis R. Harms
t-f wl rn! rirriTi fVir Kramer . " J ' ,"--". wii.
! large wedding cake was cut bv the
j hostess. Cards was the chief diversion
iof the evening, the first and second
THE IOWA ILLINOIS BRANCH OF . ladies' and mens prizes being award
the Collegiate Alumnae held a well at- j ed as follows: Mrs. Fiances Parker
tended meeting Saturday afternoon j and Mrs. Andrew Miller, and Bert
t-orken and W. A. Smith. Many pret-
..v .i.a were ien .jr. ana .Mrs. L:en-; Teachers of
at tiie home of Mrs. T. B. Davis, 605
Twenty-sixiu street. The meeting was
ni charge ot the Weiiesley members
f the association who had prepared
;i;i interesting program. Miss Henri
HKIt 1 tta (atte'l, assistant to the sisters
of St. Katherine's school being chair-
Citizen's reform Mayor, Ferdinand
F. Rieger; aldermen, W. T. Jeffrey,
Arthur Parsons, J. J. Guild, C. K. An
derson, W .F. Butler.
FACULTY IN A RECITAL
FOR MISS KRAMER.
MRS. G. F. I ) E LEON AT
home iu the Janseu tiats. Davenport
emertaiu a company of young ladies j man. Mrs. Dajis toid of the found-
MUSICAL CLUB PROGRAM.
TOMORROW EVENING AT THE
New Harper the Rock Island Musical
r.i; and carl;
iiul its first
Thursday evening in honor of her sis
ter. Miss Clara Kramer, w hoso mar
riage is to take place this mouth. The: Cob' man of Davenpodt
affair was a linen shower.
, , , y, t- s -' Lln,l0rn bein? chairman of the
president. Mrs. E. N. nroeram. Th- miii,
IOH1 or tne.jngs Rr fo mem her a r,H thir
.M.ss ortsi'i'.ius aim meir iies anu or uit- . fripnn anrl
A ugnstiina Conservatory
to Ciive Program Tonight.
There will be a public recital by the
faculty of the Augustana conservatory
of music at the college chapel this ev-
ciub will hold a miscellaneous meeting : i j i j j .
t .- . , "a"Y meeiiiig, j nuaj affair an(j ,s always regarded by
the music lovers of the tri-cities as.
one of the best musical treats of the
take the form of social
Kramer received many i.eauuiui e:e .rate,, writers no are graduates gatherings following the pro-ram The
pieces of linen. The house was decor- . of the -school. Miss Kathenne Von ' program that w ill be eiven fnlloa s-
and white, the chosen :Ach of Davenport spoke of the music -0ncern in Minnn Aivn -m
t - ...... , . . . . ,1 u .iiutc
Ixis Hubbard: second piano,
-Miss Etta Gahhert
ana wnite tupias were
ated in pink
colors of t lie bride-to-be. At ::3'l a department of Wellesley and Miss
delicious three-course Linc hon was ; Mae O'Connor of this city told of the ; Miss
served. Over the entire table pink; social life at the institution. Follow- j
tuucui.us, 1.. ...v. ii.u...cu . )a) "i.-iOWer Song"; (b) "Romance"
. I from Faust Gounod
! Miss Beck.
' Trio. "The Barber of Seville". Rossini
6 Violin. Mrs. Friestat-Lee; 'cello, Miss
g Bessie Freistat; piano. Frank Freistat.
voice ia "I Arise from Dreams of
Thee" Bruno Huhn
(b) "The Year's at the Spring"..
Mrs. H. H. A. Beach
Mrs. Daniel Hayes. Jr.
Chorus (a) "Woo Thou Sweet
(b) "Carmena" Wilson
"The Store That Knows What You Want and lias It."
Co-Operative Store Co., Rock. Island, 111.
THE ONLY PERFK:T ABDOMINAL SLPPORT
Innovation Sale" of Nemo Corsets
SELF - REDUCING, Nos. 319 and 321
WITH LASTIKOPS FLATMNG-BACK
It isn't enough to confine the figure to straight
lines; you must also get that graceful ix-slope at
the bottom of your corset the lines
of The hobble" and Empire mode.
Can't be done except by using elas
tic; ar.d no elastic except the new
Nemo Lastikops Webbing is durable
enough this fabric will outwear
Those two broad bands of Webbing
around the hir3 (- cu!) make the
corset fit like a glove when you
stand, and turn the corset-tdge in, so
that it doesn't showthrough a thin
dresr; but they are elastic enough to
five you plenty of room and perfect
ease when you Fit down.
Thafs something ESTIRELY
NEW, and no other corset can do it.
No. 319, for skrt ttsot five $0.00
No. 321. for Ull start fifar 3
Come here to the Nemo "Innovation Sale" this week,
and let us show you just u-hat yen heve hooking for an
EXTRA-LONG corset which will give you PERFECT COMFORT,
whether you are star.dir.p- cr seated.
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'JU I.. XT" I.J
O IN HONOR OF VISITORS.
8 MRS. ELLEN MONTGOMERY
pleasantly entertained at a 6 o'clock
O; dinner yes'erday in honor of the Miss-
es Ba and Clara Samuelson of Ke-
O wanee who are visiting in the city.
Se Covers were laid for 16.
BETHANY SEWING SOCIETY.
THE LADIES' SEWING SOCIETY
g of Bethany heme will meet at the
for the regular sewing.
AIKEN STREET SOCIETY.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
the Aiken street chapel is to meet
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the
1 home of Mrs. Michael Bowman, 55
Hendricks street. South Rock Island.
j V- 1 ;'
8:" Sn is frec The rro GORDON WAY HAVE
Voice-EdlaLund: BEEN HURT IN FIGHT
(a Awakening Mrs. A. O. Mason j DCCH n U ll I 111 TlUn I (
(bi From the Laud of the Sky-Blue I
Water Cadman Continue Invest igatim of in urn-
(American Indian Song. Omaha Tribal j Mance ot Moline Taiiitcr's
(c) Serenity Mary turner saner
(d) At the Feast of the Dead I Watch
ed Thee - Cadman
(From "Sayonara." a Japanese Romance.)
Organ Peter Johnson:
T t. rnrnH i Fourth avenue line car at Eighth
ihl Allegretto tiOtinoo '
Marrhe THomnhale .... Lemmens Bt reel, Moline, early Saturday
Organ Lillie Cervin:
Coroner J. F. Rose this afternoon at
'i o'c'ock resumed investigation of the
circumstances of the death of Carl M. j
Gordon, whose body was struck by a
(a) Fantasia Gustav Merkei
(b) March Religeuse
Piano Peter Johnson:
Mazurka. Op. 33, No. 4 Chopin
To the Springtime Grieg
Reading Iva C. Pearce:
Sally Ann's Experience
Eliza Calvert Hal:
Violin Gertrude Housel-Fryckman:
Sonata in E Minor, Op. 24
m IT " . . .
CiIIllI fjugl ri j
Allegro Moderato, Allegretto Scherzan-
do, Adagio, Confuoco.
i Graves' wagon Shops
318 Seventeenth Street.
Delivery wag.;i- repaired In
all bran hes Carriages re
painted. New process of re
moving old pa i vs. no burning
of wood. A if "Mobile wheels
built new for V. M per wheel.
Other hops (large $14 0u.
Horse shoeing ,u all branches
Gordon is siirvivl iy a widow. He
was born at Almi'l ni, 111.. Oct. 21
18. He was a pan tcr by trade, am.'
ing. 1 he inquest was jtcstfioneu tai
urday afternoon to permit the police
authorities further time to secure ad
ditional evidence, if possible. The;had been employed at tli
theory, at first advanced, that Gordon torles.
suicided by lying iu front of the carl
I has been abandoned. It is not Irnprob-j Chamberlain's Stomach nnd LUei
'able that he was slugged In a saloon Tablets are af, sure and reliable,
(fiKht, and wandered into the street, and have been praihed by thousatidf
; falling between the rails when he he-lf,f women who have been restored tc
jcame exhausted. Whether Gordon health through their gentle aid am!
jwas dead or alive when hit by the car curative properties. Fold by nl
is a question that remains unsolved, j druggists.
GOV. DENEEN EXPLAINS!
--wW M. J fl
By Lydia E. Pinkham's
Baltimore, Md. "I send you here
with the picture of my fifteen year old
aaugnier vnce. w nu
was restored to
health by Lydia E.
ble Compound. She
was pale, with dark j mission.
circles under her
eyes, weak and irri
table. Two different
doctors treated her
and called it Green
Sickness, but she
grew worse all the
time. Lydia E-Pink-
ham'8 Vegetable Compound was rec
ommended, and after taking three bot
tles she has refrained her health, thanks
to Your medicine. I can recommend it
His Public Utilities Bill Differs From
the Rwlgh Meaure.
Springfield. 111., March 6. Gover
nor Deneen has explained that the ad
ministration's public utility bill which
is to be introduced in the legislature I
tomorrow, will differ from the Raw- '
leigh measure, w hich was submitted ;
two weeks ago in some particulars. I
The new bill does not provide spe- j
cial legal machinery for the admin-!
istration of the public service com- j
It makes no provision for
perpetual franchises and does not .
mention municipal ownership. Gov- j
ernor Deneen said that he believed j
confidence will be restored by such ;
a body and that the I'niversity of j
Illinois already bad much apparatus;
which the state need not duplicate, i
Aledo Citizen Dies. i
Aledo, 111., March 6. Joel Olson, j
a n r1f rf1-nt ct AlaIs 4irt Via 1
-"i i t' Mr7;,n,M. -lesburg hospital Friday evening
wn-A.i.', I o-rl , r-mai-a - r- Km..
Hundreds of such letters from moth-
and the remains were brought here
for funeral services and interment.
Mr. Olson was 63 years of age and
A Prize for You.
ers expressing their gratitude for what f "tlT. " 7 ' 6 ttUU
Lydia rmkham;3 Vegetable Com- j Lowed the occupation of a gar-
i pound has accompiisned tor tiim have , "-"- " -" ieuo iur
! l-en received by the Lydia E. Iinkham i ne past 35 years. He had been at
Company, Lynn, Mass. !the hospital some time for treatment.
Youn- Girls, Heed This Advice. ! Mr "J18n ,B Bur,ea r aa
-:.!. v mnj -. .-....i iteveroi cunareo
a i e '"t t rrtnta l.T (.1- T i. lii
Tr , t'A lu.uiai j . . i vj, uaa,ii, iirdU.
A new lease of life may be drawn ' Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass.
! from a few hmss nf R tA r:r.u usiio '
Take a chance. Price 5 cents.
Are you frequently hoarse?
-noying tickling in j lro
your throat? Does your cough en- immeViiate action and L-e restored to
;noy you fit night and do you raise health by Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vese
: mucous !n the morning? Do you table Compound. Thousands Lave beea
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g j Iain's Cough Remedy and you wLl be j Writr to 3Irs. Pinkham, Lynn,
OOOOOO Pleased, totd by all druggists. i das for advice, free.
Kills Wife. Then Shoots Self.
Keokuk, Iowa, March 6. Joseph
I samueis. captain of the West Keo
kuk fire department, early Saturday
killed his wife. Samuels then tried
to kill himself, but failed. The trag
edy occurred on a bridge spanning
what is known as "Bloody River."
When You Wash
Your Lace Curtains
and other fine fabricson't take any
chances with soaps. It may be the
ruination of costly materials.
You can use it on sheerest muslins,
flannels, gauze, lace, without danger,
because Peosta requires no hard rub
bing or boiling to get the dirt. Soak
ing and rinsing is all. Don't you
think the saving in using such a soap
is worth while, especially when it
costs no more? You'll be delighted
with Peosta. 5c a cake, five cakes in a
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