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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1911.
IN HONOR OF BRIDE AND GROOM.
MR. AND MRS. V. L. FRANKS.
750 Fifteenth street, last evening
were the hosts at a dinner party giv
en in honor of Mrs. Frank's brother,
Ernest F. Johnson and his bride of
Sherman, Iowa, who are spending,
their honeymoon a, the home of Mr.
Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Johnson. The decorations of the
home were prettily carried out in
pink and gTeen. garden flowers and
roses being used. In the dining
room garlands of ferns, smilaz, roses
and carnations extended from the
chandelier to the corners of the
table and placed about the board
were bouquets of the blossoms. Cov
ers were laid for 12, the place cards
being hand-painted ones and the fa
vors were pink carnations. Toasts
to the bride and groom were part of
the table program. Musical numbers !
were enjoyed and the affair was very j
pleasant Mr. Johnson was married !
at Sherman. Iowa. June 7, his bride
being a well-known young woman of
that city. He is well known in Rock
Island, where he was born and rear
ed and which has been his home un
til recently. He is now employed as
agent for the Rock Island at Sher
man and after July 1 Mr. and Mrs.
Johnson will be at home to their
friends in that city.
FOR MISS SIMPSON.
MISS MARY Sr.MPSON WAS THE
honoree at a beautiful tea given yes-
Marguerite Upton of Moline at the
home of Miss Mildred Crandall, 1707
Twenty-fourth and a half street. There
were 20 girls present and they en
joyed a delightful evening. The houss
was beautifully decorated in the wad
ding colors lavender and white and
the color scheme was also carried out
in the refreshments which were serv
ed. 'While a wedding inarch was
played the young ladies filed past a
table where they deposited their gifts
in a basket which was then given to
the bride-elect. She received many
pretty and useful gifts. The marriage
of Miss Upton to Walford Carlson is
an event of this month.
PARTY FOR FRANK HUNTOON.
FRANK HUNTOON WAS THE
guest of honor at a banquet given last
evening by his boy friends, as a fare
well on the ve of his departure for
Annapolis where Be will enter the TJ.
S. naval academy. After the servitig
of the banquet the boys wear for aato
mobile rides into the country, the fol
lowing enjoying the evening: Delmar
Dooley, Edwin McIntyre, K. Weich,
Ernest MacManus, Frank Huntoon,
Walter Young. J. Kieser. F. Wilcher,
Arno Treman, Jay McManus, Keith
Dooley, and Thadeus Taylor. The bry
gave Mr. Huntoon a great send o!T
with wishes for great success.
HUNDREDS OF TRI-CITY YOUNG
people attended the moonlight excur-
t;rday afternoon from 3 to 6 at sj0n given last evening by the Al--Sycamore
Hill," the country home - Willine circle of Kinea Daugh
ters of Moline on the steamer W. V.
of Charles W. Minard, principal of a
Chicago public school, according to
the verdict of the coroner's Jury late
ROCK ISLAND COUNTY
GIRL WOULD SUICIDE
Miss Florence EL Asay Takes Poison
jtt Muscatine Will Recover.
(Special to The Argus.)
Muscatine, Iowa, June 13. Miss
Florence E. A say, a 17-year-old girl,
whose home is in Illinois about 11
miles from here, was found uncon
scious on a terrace on East Third
street last evening about 9 o'clock.
Beside, her. lay an empty phial which
had contained carbolic acid. She left
a note bidding farewell her friends.
but did not give cause for her attempt
ed suicide. At Bellevue hospital, where
she was taken, It was given out that
she would recover.
COURT HOUSE RECORD
cf C. F. Gaetjer, Mis3 Cora Gaetjer,
Miss Mabel Bruner and Miss Clara
Crawford entertaining 200 ladies dur
Jng the afternoon. The hostesses and
Miss Simpson received the company.
The house was elaborately and very
beautifully decorated in garden flow
ers, quantities of pink and white
blossoms being ranssed about the
The boat left the local harbor at S
o'clock and during the trip there was
dancing. The circle cleared a neat
sum which will be used for charitable
PHI'uATHEA CLASS MEETS.
THE PHILATHEA CLASS
rooms. In the dining room a large the Melnorial christian church held
basket of Killarney roses, tied with
pink tulle formed the table center
piece. During the fore part of the
afternoon Misses Marguerite Potter
and Dorothy Simpson poured, Mrs.
Leo Larkin n3 Miss Julia Davis as
sisting during the latter part. Misses
Katherlne Donaldson. Miriam Mack
in. Mabel Smith and Florence Schnei
der assisted in the dining room and
Miss Charlotte Smith served at the
SHOWER FOR MISS UPTON.
THE EVER READY CIRCLE OF
the First Baptist, church lsi eveu'ng
pave a miscellaneous -hower fcr .Miss
Jap Hose soap
SKin and clothing are en
tirely different things.
Naturally they require
entirely different soaps.
Jap Rose is essentially a
sHin cleanser. Made from
the purest vegetable oils,
blended by our own pro
cess. Perfect for the bath.
Sold by dealer everywhere.
Look for the Jap Girl
on every package.
A Large Cake 10
a business meeting last evening at
the home of Miss Geraldine Fernan
das, 2200 Seventeenth street. Busi
ness matters concerning the class
were discussed and following the
business session refreshments and a
social time were enjoyed.
THE FORWARD SOCIETY OF
Grace Lutheran church was entertain
ed last evening at the home of Misa
Drucilla Hammer on Thirty-eigbtn
street. South Rock Island. Following
a short business session a social time
was enjoyed and refreshments icre
K. C. OUTING.
TRI-CITY COUNCILS OF THE
Knights of Columbus will hold their
annual basket picnic at the Watch
Tower June 21. In the afternoon
there will be a baseball game and a
program of field events. In the even
ing there will be dancing at the inn.
EAGLES CARD PARTY.
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF
the Eagles will give a card party to
morrow afternoon at the Eagles'
home. Cinch will be the game and
play will commence at 2:30.
RUTH'S MISSION BAND.
MRS. LOUIS SCHMIDT, 838 TWEN'-ty-third
street will entertain Ruth's
Mission band of Broadway Presbyttr
ian church tomorrow afternoou at 3
Real Estate Transfers.
C. H. Pope to A. D. Swenson, lot
16, block US0, East Moline, 500.
Huntoon and Sorting to L. E. Gay
lord, lota 8 to TO, Huntoon and Sor
ling's addition, Moline, $1.
William Strohmeier to Albert H.
Reed, lots 1 and 2, block 57, village
of Andalusia, $500.
Charles F. Krueger to Richard Mau
uel, lot 1. block 2. Woodin'a Third ad
dition. Rock Island, $300.
Moline, East Moline and Watertowu
Railway company to Hos. A. Geisler,
lots S and 9, Campbell's island, $400.
Elisa. Vogel to Henry A. Schommer,
lot 6. Schniacht's addition. Rock Is
O. G. Cooling , to George F. Baker,
part lots 14 and 15, block 3, Barth and
Babcock's addition, Rock Island.
Howard G. Baker to Rose LaVeile,
lot 2? block 3, Black Hawk, addition
Rock Island, $1.
David RIstau to Sievers Pryce, part
S. E. section 34-17-1W., $883.50.
Ota Naomi Patterson to Richard
Silvis, Jr., lots 22 and 23, block 2,
Long View Heights, addition, Rock Island,-
Francis E. Drake to R. R. Reynolds,
lot 2, XTutter and Stoddard's subdiv.,
Rock Island, $1.
BREAKS HIS COLLAR
BONE IN COLLISION
William Woehile, Hiding Motorcycle.
Clashes Wi'Ii Heavy Truck
William Woehile, chief engineer for
the Tri-City Plate Ice company, while
riding a motorcycle, last night collided
with a motor truck at Third and Perry
streets, Davenport. Woehile's collar
bone was broken and be was removed
to St. Luke's-.hospital. The motorcycle
was wrecked. S. B. Eldredge was driv
ing the motor truck.
HEADS SCHOOL FOR BLIND
Robert W. Goolston Is Appointed Su
perintendent at Jacksonville.
Springfield, 111., June 13. Robert
W. Woolston, assistant superintend
ent of the Illinois School for the
Blind at Jacksonville. 111., was yes
terday appointed managing officer of
the institution. Mr. Woolston was
a teacher at the school for a number
of years, and his record in this ca
pacity, as well as the recommenda
tions given by prominent educators
of the blind, obtained the position
RAISE FUND TO
Council of Augustana Synod
Will Levy Assessment of
$1 Per Head.
DECIDES AT DULUTH, MINN.
Reports Read Include One of
Presentation of Library to
Duluth, Minn., June 13. In order
to create an endowment fund for
pensions for ministers of the Luth
eran denomination, a fund of $150,-
000 will be raised by assessment of
a dollar per member throughout the
entire country. This decision was
reached today at the synodical coun
cil of the Augustana synod of the
Swedish Lutheran churches of
America meeting here.
REPORT OX LIBRARY.
Several interesting reports were
read at meetings. These, included the
presentation of the library building
to Augustana college in Rock Island,
III. The building la valued at $200,-
000. The college was reported in a
flourishing condition as is the pub
lishing house of the synod.
VETS REPORT FOR
Forty-flTe Members of G. A. R. and
Woman's Relief Corps Leave
in Special Car.
HAD CHOLERA ON BOARD
German Liner, IJerlin, Lost Passen
ger on Way to New York-
New York, June 13 The North Ger
man Lloyd liner Berlin, which reached
here today from Mediteranean ports,
reported at quarantine that a steerage
passenger was taken ill with cholera
four days after leaving Naples, and
died 30 hours later. This is the first
cholera case reported on an incoming
6teamer in many months.
The Berlin was thoroughly disin
fected. The 386 steerage passen
gers will be removed to Hoffman is
land and probably by tomorrow all
the 375 cabin passengers on the
steamer will be released from quarantine.
SAVE CHINA FROM FAMINE
Object of Sending Expert Engineer
t Orient by Red Cross.
Washington, June 13. Charles
Davis Johnson, expert engineer once
head of the engineering department
of Iowa university, has been selected
by the Red Cross to proceed to China
and aid the Chinese government in
preventing the great periodical inun
dations which have resulted in
frightful famines. It is believed by
scientific engineering the river Hwai,
which causes the greatest damage
through overflow, can be controlled.
Iowa Labor Convention Opens.
Sioux City, June 13. The convention
of the Iowa State Federation of Labor
opened here today. Mayor Smith de
livered an address.
Iowa Masons Meet.
. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 13.
Nearly a thousand delegates were
present when the annual meeting of
the grand lodge of Iowa Masons
opened here today. Grand Master
Craig of Des Moines, presided.
iuty Says Suicide.
Chicago. June 13. Carbolic acta,
taken with suicidal Intent, caused the
death of Mrs. Mattie R. Minard, wife
Perfumes Haubigant's Ideal, Orchid, Arawanna, Flower Girl
and a long list of others.
Talcum and Face Powders complete line. Try ua.
Cold Creams We have all the good ones and your favorite.
Toilet Waters Those with the delicate lasting odor.
RED CROSS PHARMACY
F. D. G. WALKER
Fourth avenue and Twentieth SC
Phone West 1520 and 1525.
Ferry Boat Sinks; 30 Drown.
St. Petersburg, June 13. The
sinking of an overcrowded ferry boat
on the Volga, near Uglitch, is re
ported. Thirty persons were drowned.
Woman, 123, Dies.
Bakersfield. Cal., June 13. Mrs.
Mary Rodriguez, a native of Mexico,
died here yesterday at the reputed
age of 123 years.
On Last Stage of Race.
Rome, June 13. Frey, the German
aviator, started at 6:55 this morning
on the last stage of the Paris-Rome-Turin
Forty-five civil war veterans and
their wives left this city and Moline
this morning over the Rock Island
road for Joliet, where the annual
state encampment of the G. A. R. is
on. The road provided a special car
for the old soldiers and they were
greatly pleased with the accommoda
tions given them. Their train left
here at 7:35 with 25 from this city
on board. At Moline a score more
were picked up. The party arrived
in Joliet at noon. The encampment
is to last three days.
Our Great Sale of Dresses
Will Continue the Entire Week
The Most Beautiful Styles and Greatest
Values Ever Shown.
Dresses that actually sold for $125.00, and none
less than $25 00 in this assortment.
Hundreds to select from
While they last for
This Week at
DIG UP POOLE'S FARM
Authorities Order Search for Bodies
Where He Formerly Lived.
Fowler, Ind., June 13. To clear
up the mystery of the disappearance
of Claude Witham, who is said once
to have been employed by John W.
Poole, the Benton county farmer
awaiting trial on the charge of mur
dering Joseph Kemper, an employe,
and burying the body on his farm,
the authorities have ordered a
search of one of Poole's farms
This sale is most impressive in size
alluring in variety which began
Monday and is the largest and most
satisfactory sale this store has
known. The most beautiful gowns on
display, all the latet oul wonderful
colorings, in Si ks, Marquisettes,
Voiles, Foulards, m exquisite and
The manufacturer stands the loss
who was forced to unload his entire
surplus stock to us at about 25 cents
on the dollar of their real value. AVe
are giving our customers the benefit
if this great purchase and offering
1 r 1 1 " j
fryow wonaenui bargains to maKe a
quick turn ot our money and making
friends for this fast growing and
Mabray Fugutlves Surrender.
Des Moines, June 13. Tired of
being fugitives from justice, William
J. Connors and Irvie Dunn, indicted
in connection with the Mabray
swindlers, came to Des Moines yes
terday and gave themselves up to
the local authorities.
Iowa Jewelers Meet.
Des Moines. Iowa, June 13.--The
annual convention of the Iowa Re
tail Jewelers' association opened
here today with several hundred del
If I Had Eczema
I'd wash it away with that mild,
soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bot
tle, 25 cents. Relieves all kinds of
skin trouble, cleansing up the com
plexion as nothing else can
Yes. If I had any kind of skin
trouble. I'd use D. D. D.
The Harper house pharmacy.
SCHMIDT & ROBINSON,
Sheet metal work of all
kinds. Roofing, ceilings,
gutters, valley tin, ridge
The Self Cleaning Modern
We would like to fur
nish you an estimate.
Phone West 1522. 2107
It has been decided to adopt a lumi
nous compass in the Uermtn army,
and It will ire used in military maneu
vers so as to allow the troops to find
their direction without trouble. Very
good results are expected from It? use.
The compass will bare a dial prepared
with luminous paint, so that it may
be seen 'In the dark.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace np the nerves, ban
lsh sick headache, prevent despon
dency and Invigorate the whole sys
tem. Sold by all druggists.
Let us estimate on the
cost of your building and
'312 Twenty fourth
Phone West 693.
YOUNG & McCOMBS
Co. Operative Store Co.
A STORE FOR THE PEOPLE AND BY THE PEOPLE.
ROCk Island, 111 I What We Sa" Advert.se. U.
What We Advertise We Sell.
REFUSES TO GIVE
House Question to Wickersham Re
garding Suit Against Tobacco
Washington, June 13. Followins
the refusal of Attorney General Wick
ersham to furnish the house informa
tion as to whether criminal actiou3
are being prepared against officials of
the American Tobacco company, Rep
resentative Byrnes of Tennessee intro
duced a concurrent resolution direct
ing Mr. Wickersham to proceed t
once against these officers under tha
criminal section of the anti trust laws
The information which Mr. Wicker
sham refused was asked in a houao
resolution introduced by Mr. Urynes.
Mr. Wickersham replied that he did
riot believe it "compatible with the
public Interests" to make public the
plans of the department of justice.
PRETENDER IS CAPTURED
Mulai-El-Zin Taken by French at Me
Mequinez, Morocco, June 8, via
Tangier, June 13. General Moin
ier's column arrived here yesterday
after a long and arduous march from
Fez. The French troops had en
gagements almost daily with the
Beni Mtir tribesmen. The gates of
the city were opened after a slight
resistance, and the pretender, Mulai-El-Zin,
surrendered on receiving a
promise that he should not be
SPANKED; GIVEN DIVORCE
Iowa Judge Grants Wife's Plea on
Charge Against Her Husband.
Des Moines, June 13. Spanking
administered by a disgruntled hus
band to his wife in the presence of
dinner guests constitutes sufficient
ground for divorce in this state, ac
cording to Judge DeGraff of the Polk
county district court. The court
made this ruling yesterday when
Mrs. Christine Devine testified that
she was so chastised by her husband,
ernor Carroll as the principal
A Dreadful Wound. -
from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail,
fireworks, or any other nature, de
mands prompt treatment with Buck
ien's Arnica Salve to prevent blood
poison or gangrene. Its the quickest,
surest healer for all such wounds as
also for burns, boils, sores, skin erup
tions, eszema, chapped hands, corns
or piles. 25c at all druggists.
GIVEN SEVENTH DEGREE
German Ambassador Honored by V.
of C at Commencement.
Chicago, June 13 .German Ambas
sador Von Bernstorff, 'was a speak'.r
at the Convocation of University of
Chicago today, his subject being "Tne
Foundation of the German ,Emplre."
Following this the degree of L. L. I),
was conferred upon him, this being
the seventh such degree he has receiv
ed in America.
Iced or Hot
Unexcelled in Delicate Flavor
and Refreshing Quality
ONE TEASPOONFUL MAKES TWO CUPS.
Published by the Growers of India Tea
I 1 Mteftoift. (( .
UNDERTAKERS ARE JOLLY
Three Hundred In CVnvention at Pe
oria Poke Fun at Mayor
Peoria, 111., June 13. Three hun
dred undertakers and embalmers in j
the!r state convention yesterday j
heard a welcome to Peoria by Mayor I
Woodruff. They poked fun at him
as a likely candidate for their pro
fessional services, and further em
barrassed the mayor by nominating
him for governor of "Ohio" because
of his cordial address.
Fairfield's Armory Dedicated.
Fairfield. Iowa, June 13 The new i
armory building erected by citizens j
of Fairfield and members of Com- j
pany 8, 54th regiment, I. N. G., was j
formally dedicated today with Gov-
of Rock Island will tell you that they have profited greatly by aa
association with the State bank.
This bank has a reputation for standing by its customers. That
is one reason why its business has grown and Its deposits have
increased steadily during the past year.
If you have a regular income, whether from business, salary,
wages or private investment, you are Invited to deposit It in this
bank and pay it out by check.
By doing so, you will gain security for your funds, system In
your finances and a helpful acquaintance at a good bank.
4 Interes on Savings
STATE BANK OF ROCK ISLAND
Second Avenue and Seventeenth Street.
Capital S2OO.OOO.0O Surplus 9100.OO0.00
PniL MITCHELL, President. I. 8. WniTE, Vice President.
K. T. AXDEItSON, Cashier. C. F. CHAXXON, AuUUot Catfeer.
COURTEOUS ATTENTION' TO ALL.