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THE HOCK ISLuAXD ARGUS, FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1911.
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'MISS MART R. WAHLHEIM OF
Hock Island, 111., and August L. Schae
fer of Chicago, -were united In mar
riage Tuesday June 6 in Chicago at St.
George's church. Thirty-ninth street
find Wenrworth avenue. The cere
mony was performed in a solemn high
mass. Rev. B. Sprlngmeier. pastor of
St. George's church officiating, assist
ed hy Rev. John B, Henken, a cousin
of the groom, as deacon, and Rev. Ot
to C. Nabholz, a former curate of SL
George's, now of Chicago Heights, 111..
as sub deacon. Rev. Anton J. Voil
mann acted as master of ceremonies.
Sharp Special Sales
Black and white bead, short neck
chains, worth 60c to 75c at
WHITE CASTILE SOAP, pound
Dabrooks lilly Valley perfume, per
White and gold handled tea cups
with saucerB, Saturday set of 6
CLOTHES LINE props made of
bard wood the 15c kind Satur
day v S
WHITE WAXED TISSUE PAPER
for wrapping lunches, etc., 24 large
sheets, Saturday 4
18 z 33 inch fly proof adjustable
window screens Just for Satur
10 A. M. Persian cotton challies in
rich colors about 604 yards Satur
day 16 yards to a customer a
WASH PETTICOATS of plain and
striped seersucker with wide tuck
ed flounce, big bargain . . . -39
CHILD'S PERCALE DRESSES with
low necks and short sleeves colors
blue, tan and pink, there are hats
to match and the entire outfit is
Saturday, the last day of the
overplus sale of Regis corsets. The
maker's loss is deducted from the
selling price. Dollars for 57c.
Those splendid extreme long $1.50
corsets for 08V Elaborate $;.50
corsets for 2 39. The $2.50
Corsets for $1.8, etc., etc.
Do you remember about the big
lot of handsome spring and pum
mer trimmed hats cow on pale at
Just one-half no mistake, only half
ti l 9:30 Saturday eveniug.
Showers of choice, fresh cut, as
sorted carnations, per doz 10
Closing out all odd pieces, short
lengths of cotton Cluney's vals. a. id
torchon laces, worth 5c, Sc and 10c
at, a yard
1.200 linen and linen finish laces,
for Saturday, yard Jjj
For Ileal Shoe Bargains Come Tomorrow
?veilv Shoe Offered is Worth Twice
lh5 pce You Will Pay Elsewhere.
FOR WOMEN-PUMPS, OXFORDS AND TIES
More different cistinctly new stylos for less our $3.00 $4.00 and $4.50
pumps fit pcrfe: t!y no rubbing the heel, no bu'ging on the sides satins,
velvets, HimiUiya cloth Patents, S uedes and dull ro
leather try a pair and bo couvia ed SpCClAI, 1.98
300 Pairs of Pumps, Oxfords and Ties
From h'ir'israde store mafcors worth up to $4.00. All new fS-t QQ
stylos and nearly all etee. Save On e-half; Saturday special ...J)X.0
SHOP SHOES Summer weight in
"Black or Tan muleskin and Black
or olive duck with H!k skin soles
ccmfcrtable ana curaKe
Bought special and offered
special to-ir.orrow two lots all kinds
vorth up to $4 for
$1.49 and up to $5 for.
Sunday Is Children's Day
In many of the churches, and to help the dainty little misses to look
their prettiest, we offer for Saturday these EXTRAORDINARY RIP-
- 4 ta 6-inch sash and hair ribbons, in beautiful floral patterns. Persian
designs, checks, etc, etc.; none worth under 25c, most of them 38c to
CSc values; Saturday, choice at yard Wgc, 19c and 25$
Bows and sashes made FREE COME EARLY.
The Misses Matilda Wahlheim and
Elizabeth Schaefer, sisters of the
bride and groom respectively acted as
bridesmaids. The bride was given la
marriage by her brother Felix Wahl-
heim and John M. Krums acted as
groomsman Master Anthony. Schee
fer, a nephew of the groom served as
ring-bearer. The Misses Theresa
Wahlheim and Pearl Bchaefer, nieces
of the bride and groom, respectively.
served as flower girls. After the cere
mony breakfast was served at the
home of the groom at which the ofh
elating clergy and immediate mem
WOMEN'S CAMBRIC DRAWERS,
wide hemstitched ruffle at 17c
2:80 P Mr White embroideried
dress Swisses in stripes dots and
figures 25c values at Just a
Group of Specials for Small
NAINSOOK DRESSES at .. ..39
LACE TRIMMED Petticoats. 39
DRAWERS with lace or embroid
WAISTS lace trimmed, ..
Candy Specials for Saturday
They are delicious. One bite means
another .the second bite means,
you'll buy your candies hereafter
from the store which sells only
the best and purest candy,
CHOCOLATE MOLASSES CHIP,
always 40c a lb. Saturday .-28
TAYLOR BR08. CHOCOLATE
DROPS, Saturday as you like,
PEPPERMINT and Wintergreen
Creams, Saturday lb 12
Saturday Specials for Men
All kinds of wearables for less
(read each item
MEN'S BLUE CHAMBRAY
SHIRT8 with soft collar, 60c value
Saturday, all sizes, 39
MEN'S BALBRIQCAN SHIRT3 and
drawers, 50c value Saturday all
MEN'S ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR,
thirts or drawers, 50c value, Satur
day all sizes 39
MEN'S SILK LISLE thread half
hose, 60c values, Saturday, all
60 Dozen Women's lace trimmed
union suits, a special purchase
of regular 50c values, all lzes,
exceptionally low price, Satur
Bargains Galore for All Ages.
Tables filled with Pumps-Ties Ox
foids and Roman Sandals in all
leathers the greatest bargains you
ever saw worth at least twice as
lauch as Saturday's price 3 lots
69c 98c $1.19
White Canvas Slippers
We are showing more styles in
Children's white canvass Pumps
and Sandals for a little less than
bers of both families were present.
The out-of-town guests were Mrs
Nlo Schaefer of Bartelso, TIL, aunt of
the groom. Miss Matilda Wahlheim of
Peoria, 111.. Felix Wahlheim of Rock
Island, Miss Theresa Wahlheim oi
Rock Island, Rev. John B. Henkan o-'
Olney. 111. Immediately afterward
Mr. and Mrs. August L Schaefer left
for an auto tour through the parks
of the city and left on an evening
train for Benton Harbor. Mich., where
they are now spending their honey
MISS JEAXETTE KRAPP. DAUGH-
ter of Mrs. Mary Krapp of Coal Val
ley and Emii A. Klebe also of Coal
Valley were married Wednesday eve
ning at 6 o'clock In the Masonic hall
In Coal Valley, the ceremony being
performed by Rev. H. W. Blancke of
St. Paul's Lutheran church, Daven
port. A company of 100 friends wit
nessed the ceremony. The hall had
been elaborately decorated for the oc
caalon. A little friend of the bride
was flower girl carrying the ring cou
cealed In the calyx of a large calla lil
ly while two other little maids stretch
ed ribbons forming: an aisle for the
bridal party, from the reception room
to the Improvised alter to one side
of the hall. Miss Edith F. Wilie as
bridesmaid and John F. Leas as best
man attended the couple. The bride's
dress was of white lace and embro'd
ery and she carried bride's roses, her
attendant, being also In a white un
gerle gown. A bountiful supper was
served after the ceremony. Mr. Klete
is a prosperous young farmer of near
Coal Valley where the couple will go
at once to housekeeping.
SPENCER MEN'S CLUB.
THE MEN'S CLUB OF SPENCER
Memorial Methodist church met last
evening In the church parlors, 34 of
the members attending. At the busl
ness meeting the contest which the
club has been conducting was brought
to a close. It was found that the side
known as the "Blues" captained by
Fred Slocum was the winner In the
contest and it is "up to" the "Reds'
captained by Clifford Cowden, to ban
auet the winners. The contest was
for new members carried on durin?
the past 12 weeks end during this
time 45 new members have been add
ed. The club membership was divid
ed into four squads captained by Fred
Slocum. Clifford Cowden, Percy Free
land and Roy Schofer. these groups to
have charge. of the work for the next
three months. The business meeting
was followed by a very pleasant so
cial time and ice cream and cake were
RECITAL AT VILLA.
A RECITAL WAS GIVEN AT
the Villa de Chantal yesterday after
noon by Miss Mary Stuart Isett,
mezzo soprano, and Miss Marie Cain,
reader. Miss Isett has a very beau
tiful mezzo soprano voice and has
done remarkable work in its cultiva
tion. She was accompanied on the
piano by Miss Loretta Hannan and
much of the pleasure of the program
was due to her. sympathetic work.
Miss Amy Lardner, who was to have
played the violin obligates, was un
able to be present and her place was
filled by Miss Mary Alice Williams.
Miss Cain gave her numbers in an
entirely pleasing manner and also
showed careful training. The program
Ready to Eat
Groceries for Your Outing
If you are going camping
take with yon a supply of
our ready to eat grocer
ies put up in convenient
Soups, condensed, add boiling
water and serve. All kinds,
a can jfJc
Steero bouillon cubes, a cube
makes a cup of rich appetizing
bouillon, 12 cubes In a neat
tin, a box 36c
Spaghetti, Italian style with
cheese and tomato sauce,
a can 15c
Salmon, fancy red salmon, rich
flavor, put up in its own oil,
a" 15c, 20c, 25c
Sardines, domestic in best cot
ton seed oil, a can 6c,
six cans 25c
Imported kellersprotter in
pure olive oil,
a can 15o
Veal loaf, handy to use as a
rilling for sandwiches,
a can 15c
Potted ham, very fine,
a can 15o
Baked beans. Van Camp's and
fan 10c, 15c 20c
Baked beans, standard quality,
three cans 25c
Vegetables, all kinds mixed.
Just the thing for a vegetable
stew or to put in soup,
a can 10c
Vinegar, pure cider vinegar in
bottles, a bottle IfJo
Be sure to take with you a
supply of good coffee. There
is nothing that can take the
place of a cup of well mads
quality coffee with your meals
while enjoying camp life.
Our Latmir coffee at . . . 28c
Our Velto coffee 28c
Golden Gate at 40c
Your money's worth In any of
We will pack your order in
a strong box and deliver to
depot. No extra charge for
F. R. Kuschmann
2207 Fourth Avenue
OFFENDER CAR FARE
East End Resident, After Tumble
From Cart, Wins Sympathy of
Police Magistrate C. J. Smith
either was feeling charitable this
morning or he liked the looks of
Frank Carey, who was arrested last
night charged with drunkenness.
Carey stated to him that he lived
near the east end border and that
yesterday he left his home with $8
in his pocket and had spent it all
for booze. Carey did not ask top
sympathy, but his case was dismiss
ed, and not only that, the Judge gave
him a nickel so that he would not
have to walk to his home.
Frank DeCastle, another of those
arrested for drunkenness was told
that he would be dismissed if he
would sign the pledge for a year's
abstinence. The idea of signing up
for that long did not appeal to
Frank and he felt free to tell the
Judge as much. As a matter of fact,
the thought of keeping away from
boose for a year horrified him. He
even hesitated to stay away from it
for two months, but finally prom
ised to do his beat.
David Bailey of Richmond, Iowa,
was arrested last night for drunk,
ennness and this morning was dis
missed from custody on payment of
the costs of his case. Henry Stad
ler was fined $1 and costs for drunk
enness. Mre. Helen Etsel was arrested on
complaint of her husband yesterday
afternoon by Officer Furlong and this
morning was sent to the county Jail
for 15 days. She was charged with
was very well arranged and each
number was thoroughly enjoyed.
Next Monday aftenoon at 4 a piano
and vocal recital will be given at
the Villa by Miss Ella Mae Murphy
of Kentucky, voice, and Miss Naomi
Johnson, piano, of this city.
SPENCER LADIES ELECT.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Woman's Home Mission society of
Spencer Memorial Methodist church
was held yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. R. Cowden, 1325 Forty-
second street. Officers for the year
were elected as follows:
President Mrs. Delia Buckert.
Vice President Mrs. F. E. Shult
Recording and Corresponding Secre
tary Mrs. Elva Whiteside.
Treasurer Mrs. Fred Fossell.
Secretary of Literature Mrs. J. H.
Secretary of Mite Boxes Mrs. P. B.
Superintendent of Young People's
Work Mrs. Ida Quist.
Supply Secretary Mrs. Ida Quist.
ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY.
THE ANNUAL GARDEN PAR-
ty to members of the Moltne
Woman's club was given yes
terday afternoon by Mrs. F. G.
Allen at "Allendale", Moline. The
ladies were received in the parlor by
Mrs. Allen, Mrs. G. H. Huntoon, Mrs.
E. II. Sleight nd Mrs. Mary Knowles
Entrikin. A large number of the la
dies were in attendance. The grounds
of the Allen home were never more
beautiful and inviting a'nd with th
handsome gowns of the ladles the sight
was a pretty one. placed about the
grounds were the frappe tables, cof
fee and cake tables, and ice cream ta
bles where the ladles were refreshed.
An orchestra furnished music dur:u&
FOR MISS KRANT2.
MRS. WILL JOHNSON AND MISS
Hannah Johnson entertained at lunch
eon Wednesday noon at their home,
423 Eighth street, Moline, for Mia
Fannie Freeberg, who is going to En
rope, and Mrs. C. L- Krantz of Augus-
tana college, whose husband has beon
professor of the business department
of Augustana college for 12
years and who is going into business
in Madrid, Iowa. There were 10
guests at the delightful luncheon en
Joyed. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS.
THE WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS
has been invited to meet in open meet
ing with the Grand Army post tomor
row evening at Memorial ball in the
court house for the purpose of discuss
ing way and means of erecting a monu
ment on the G. A. R. burial ground in
ST. ELIZABETH'S GUILD.
ST. ELIZABETH'S GUILD OF
Trinity Episcopal church will give a
sociable at the home of Mrs. M. E.
Potter, 1906 Seventh avenue, next
Thursday evening, the proceeds from
which will be donated to the fund for
building a new parish house.
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
Nora and Helen Cowan to Frederich
Tiether, lot 10, block 3, College Hjfctgrhts
addition to Rock Island, $875.
Martin G. Rausch to Anna M. Rausch
lot 4. block 1, Healy's 1st addition to
Cordelia Elliott to Nancy J. Tomlln
son, lots 11, 12, 13, block 4, Pleasant
View addition to East Moline, $1,500.
Francis E. Dunbar to Rena Murrin
et al, lot S. Arenschild's 1st addition,
Fromme E. White to Sol Langman,
lota 12, 13. block 4, lots 10, 11. 12, 13.
14. 15. block S, Winter's Ninth street
addition. Rock Island, $1.00.
Daniel Pumeo to Samuel E. Allen,
tract S. E. y and S. 1-19-1E. $1,000.
Fannie G. White to Frederich W.
Sourmas, lota 7, 8, block t, Gregg's
addition. Rock Island. $5,850.
John Browning by Ex., to Moline
Latest News of Our Sensa
tional Skirt Sale
Hundreds of ladies have taken advantage of this wonderful sale which closes
Saturday is Your Last Chance to Purchase a
$10, $20, or $30 Skirt for $5.98
Besides this, to close this great sale we offer:
Regular $5.98, $6.50, $7.50 and $S.50 Dresses for $3.98
Regular $5.98, $7.50, $8.50 and $10.00 Dress Skirts for $3.98
See the Big Window Display
MensFumishinffs I Ladies' Hosiery
11.60 Shirts, plaited and Negligee, col
lar attached or detached.
All must go at
$1.00 and $1.25 Shirts
will be sacrificed at ..
Rest well these hot nights in a pair of
our summer Night Robes ff
or Pajamas. 60c to t?0Ul
We have just received a large ship
ment of Men's Summer Underwear.
Call and see them.
From 25c to .......
4-inch all silk Taffeta Ribbon. Big value for
5 and 6-inch fancy all silk brocade effects, worth up to
CO-OPERATIVE STORE CO ROCK ISLAND ILU
Don't miss the good eats
Trust & Savings bank, part E. S. E.
'A section 4-17-1W, $23,000.
Robert O, and Carl A. O. Adams to
Otto and Sophia Adams, part lot 1,
block 3, Brook'B addition to Rock Is
Mathilda D. Erickson to George S.
Ryan, lot 29, block 81, East Moline,
William Allen to Walter G. Baker,
lot 4, block 155, East Moline, $800.
Charles F. Hutchinson to Charles J.
Searle, W S. E. Vi section 28, tract
section 33-17-4W, $5,000.
Amelta Gallaher to Trustees of First
M. E. church (Silvis) lot 23, block 13,
Gertrude Meer to John W. Word,
lots 18, 19, block 2, Long View
Heights addition, Rock Island, $1.
Margaret Burr to J. C. Burr, und. 1-9
interest, part lotB l, 2, block 9, Thomp
son and Wells addition. Rock Island
Nettle M. Stocker to Henry F.
Lamp, Jr., lot 10, block 6, Wallace
Grove addition, Rock Island, $550.
Charles J. Dewrose to William Kef
ler, part lots 1, 2, Stewart's subdiv.
Adella Bray to Myrtle M. Beslina,
lots 1, 2, 3, 9. 10. block 15, William
Marshall's addition, Cordova, $1.
David Zlffrin to DaVid Ziffren, ua-
div. a lot 8, block 7, Thompson and
Wells addition. Rock Island, $900.
Carl R. Lawson to John Johnson,
lot 1, block 2, Cornwall's First Wood-
lawn addltioi, Moline, $525.
Charles F. Degan to Magnus Joh&u
son, lot 12. block 1, Velie's First ad;li
tion. Rock Island. $2,100.
Union Malleable Iron Co., to
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Let us eat, drink and be merry. Here you'll find the best in foods and
beverages that anti-wets advocate.
We are the sole agents for the White House Coffee.
Phone Wert 261 or 5688. 823 Twentieth street.
G. if. SCHMIDT, Proprietor
$1.75 pure silk thread Hose, in many QQr
colors. Special, per pair ZsJ
Ladies' Silk Lisle
colors, only, pair
We offer at a bargain a lisle finished gauze
Stocking, colors or white, 1
per pair XJV
Children's lisle finished ITose in colors C A
and black for 20c or 3 pair for .JJ
Baltimore lea Room
Charles E. Radden, lots 12, 13, block
17S, E.JSt M iir.e, $050
W. E. Taylor, adr.. to Union Malle
able Iron Co., lots 12, 13, blork l.'s
FARMERS WILL HOLD
PICNIC IN AUGUST
Y. H. Ashdown Elected President
and Arrangements Made for
The directors of the Farmers' Pic
nic association held a meeting in
Port Byron and elected the follow
ing officers for the coming year:
President W. H. Ashdown.
Secretary W. H. Groh.
Treasurer John Fife.
The president appointed the fol
Grounds John Fife, A. Saddoria.
E. G. McRoberts, George Holllster,
Printing A Saddorls, John Fife,
W. H. Groh.
Music William McRoberts, S. L.
Woodburn, Charles Elpper.
Amusements A. W. Donahoo, E.
G. McRoberts, J. C. Mose.
Flags Frank Ashdown, C. Sad
dorls. Privileges W. H. Ashdown.
Speakers W. F. Garnett, W. II.
Soliciting William Winterfeldt,
William Moody. W. H. Groh.
The picnic will be held this year
Thursday, Aug. 17. ',
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Hose, in all
50c, per yard . .25c
Dinner, 11 to 2.
Saturday Supper, S to 7: SO.
r "'y s
Urra I'lrallaK and Covered Duttoni
AH the Style.
French aceordeon Id or knlf pleat,
ing-a. all style and widths, from 2o
yard up. Buttons covered frm srrapl
of goods to match your gown or suit hi
all sizes, stylos and colored Ivory rim
from 10c a dozen up. Felt pennants and
noveltlea, banners, monograms, pHIoM
covers for schools or societies, sto., mad
to order. Corsets, adjustable and rgu
lar dress forma, work room devices and
supplies, skirt and hem markers, st!toB
rippers, etc. Button holes made, spong
lnc. plnklnw. velvets mirrored, hem
stitching, cording, tucking, shirring, l
Send or aak for circulars. 8 A H. Ore
Stamps given. Our buttons do not pal
apart. Our pleats stay In.
IAVE!WPOKT PI.K.4TIWO, ilt'TTOK S
230 South Putnam building. Haven
port, Iowa. I'hone 733. 8co display li
show case in hallway.
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