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THB ROCK ISTJAND ARGUS, MONDAY. JULY 3, 1911.
MARRY UNDER DIFFICULTIES
THE DAVENPORT .DEMOCRAT OF
yesterday contains the following ac
count of a wedding performed undsr
" trying difficulties: After escaping
from the presence of the objecting
father of the girl, :taklng the train
to Downey and from '-here to Iowa City
- in an automobile, where a tire was
punctured, and where another machine
was secured. r& take the fleeing couple
up the river three miles to Butler's
landing, where County Clerk Frank
Volkrlnger, the dispenser of marriage
licenses was sleeping, then back to
Iowa City to the Johnson county Court
house, and a' hunt over the city to fled
a pastor to perform the ceremony and
after visiting the homes of four differ
ent pastors and the final discovery of
Dr. Wylie up the river at the Country
club, where the machine with its Hat
ing lovers were taken, and where t.?e
ceremony was performed, Charley Har
rington and Miss Mary Christenson '.I
Davenport, were made man and wye..
The father of the bride had objected
to the young man but the couple were
determined to wed and accordingly
hurried here. The bride is 24 and the
groom is 23 years of age.
HOLD FAMILY REUNION.
MEMBERS OF THE HAUBERG
family who were here j to attend .the
wedding of Miss Susanne Den k ma 'in
and John Hauberg, held a reunion ft
the parental home in Hillsdale last
week. There were present the follow
ing members of the family: Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Hauberg of Port Bynrj,
father and mother of the groom, Jolia
Hauberg; Mr. -and Mrs. Ed Lyford aul
daughter of Port Byron; Mrs. Albert
Falrhurst and Miss Hazel Scbmc-!L
Boulder, Colo.; Louis Hauberg, Fort
Bvron: Mr. and Mrs. Ell Furland. Ar
te si a, S. S.; Mrs. John Furland, Ar
tesia, S. D.; Miss Anna Hauberg, Ta-
MISS EDNA VOELKERS, DAUGH
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Voelkers,
413 East Seventh street, Davenport,
and Charles J. Strate, Bon of Mrs.
Dorothy Strate. 624 Eighteenth street,
were married Saturday evening at the
rectory of Trinity Episcopal church,
Rev. Granville H. Sherwood, the rec
tor, officiating. They were unattended.
Mr. and Mrs. Strate left the- same even
ing for the east where they will visit
in New York and Atlantic City and
upon their return in , two weeks win
live at Eleventh street and Third avenue.
Mr. Strate is a druggist, his place of
business being located at Third avenue
and Eleventh street.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS HATTIE
Krumholz, daughter of the late Mrs.
Christina Krumholz of Davenport, to
P. Y. Rueth, son of Mr. und Mrs. Peter
Rueth of this city, took place at Santa
Fe, N. Mj Tuesday, June 27. Mr. and
Mrs. Rueth left at once for Chamila,
N. M., whereMr. Rueth is In the gen
eral merchandise business and wneie
a home is ready for their occupancy.
Mr. and Mrs. Rueth have many friend.?
iu the tri-cities.
Young & McCombs
COOPKUATIVK STORE CO.
Will be open until 9:30 to
night, July 3.
Closed all day Thursday,
All fireworks must be closed
out as we do not intend to
handle fireworks another year.
ANNOUNCE BRIDAL PARTY.
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
the bridal party for the wedding f
Miss Sophia Caroline Shulerand James
Reed Lane of Davenport, which will
be an event of July 12 at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shuler on East
River street. Miss Shuler has chou
as her maid-of-honor Miss Jennet'.n
Lane, sister of the groom, while Mal
vern Ills, a cousin of Mr. Lane's, is lo
be bst man. The ushers will be
Maurice Hempsing of Stoughton, Wis ;
Wad- Stoops and Thomas McClellar.d
and Cable Von Maur of Davenpcit.
Rev. Robert Donaldson of Milwaukee,
son cf Dr. Donaldson, former pastor of
the First Presbyterian church of this city.
will officiate. It -win be a pink and
white wedding, and there twill be a
large company of relatives and friends
to witness the ceremony.
THB PIANO PUPILS OP MRS
Cora I Casey gave a very successful
recital In the parlors of the First Bap
tist church Saturday afternoon at 3
o'clock. The parents and friends of
the pupils were present and enjoyed
the following well-rendered program:
"Robins' Lullaby" Krogman
a "My Papa's Walts" Streabbog
b "March of the Little Sages"..
"Birds (Morning Song" Streabbog
a "Fairy whispers" Krogman
b School March" Streabbog
Duet "Jungle Bells" Fearis
Cora Edith Casey, Edith Johnson.
Song Vera Kline.
"Birds of Spring BrownfleW
Grace Guldenpfennig. .. ..
Violin solo "Humoreske" Dvorak
Miss Elisabeth Chaney.
(Accompanied by Mrs, Casey.)
"Flower Song" Lange
Miss Stella Warren.
a "Song of the Robin" Warren.
''Stars of the Sea" Kennedy
"Fragrant Violet" . . .Spindler
Mrs. Harry Shlffer.
Duet "Charge of the Hussars"..
Miss Blanche 'Lauber, Mrs. Casey.
Fifth Nocturne Leybach
Miss Mildred CrandelL
'Thine Own" Lange
Mis Blanche Lauber.
'Alpine Glow" Oesten
Mrs. E. Bowes.
Violin Solo "Souvenir" ..Frans Didla
Miss Elisabeth Chaney.
(Accompanied by Mrs. Casey.)
Moonlight on the Hudson". ...Wilson
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS EDITH
Anderson, of Davenport, and John J
Roche of this city, took place Satur
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the rect
ory of St. Joseph's Catholic church
Dean J. J. Quinn officiating. .They weie
unaccompanied. Mr. Roche is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Roche, 431
Ninth street, and is employed as in
spector at the arsenal. They will
make their home in this city upon th-!r
return from a trip by river to Minue
apolis and St. Paul.
MISS DADE HOSTESS.
MISS MYRTLE DADE WAS THE
hostess Friday evening to 70 yoiin-r
ladies employed at the Royal Neigh
bors' office, the affair being held a.
the lawn at the home of Miss Dade on
Thirteenth avenue and Twenty-ninth
street. Japanese lanterns were used
in decoratn the lawn. Rfrfhmpiitu
were enjoyed during the evening sad Isel had foundered off Iceland with
games were played. Musical numbera I persons on board.
were given and dancing was enjoyed
In the parlors.
ANNOUNCE WEDDING DATE.
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
the date of the marriage of Miss Esther
C Bergstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Bergstrom. 1416 Thirty-second
street, to Hennlng Dahlen, Son of Mrs
Anna Dahlen. 1522 Thirty-first street.
which rlll take place on the evening
of July 17 at the home of the bride.
Rev. David Holmberg will officiate.
The bride will be attended by her
sister. Miss Hazel Bergstrom and Mies
Elvira Dahlen. sister of the groom-to-
be, and Henry Larson and Dan Danleu
will attend the groom. Mr. Dahlen is
employed at (the freight office of the
Rock Island and Miss Bergstrom is
employed at the Fair store, Davenport.
MR. AND MRS. JAMES STEPHEN
Corbett of Marion, Ind., announce the
engagement of their daughter Marie to
Dr. D. J. McCarthy of Davenport, the
wedding to be an event of August, and
will be celebrated at St. Paul's Catholic
church. Marlon. Dr. McCarthy Is one
of the well-known jyounger physicians
and surgeons of Davenport. Miss Cor
bett has visited frequently in Daven
port and has made many friends.
IN HONOR OF VISITOR.
A COMPANY OF YOUNG LADIES
was entertained at the Tower Saturday
evening by Mrs. C A. Olson as a cour
tesy for her niece, Miss Hattie Smith,
who has been her guest for a year.
The affair, took the form of a farewell
party as Miss Smith will leave soon
for her home In Trinidad. Colo. In
the evening a delicious picn'c dinner
was served and following it the am'ige. I
ments at the park were enjoyed.
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FORECAST FOR BOCK ISLAND. DAVENPORT. MOLINE AND VICIN1TT.
Unsettled and slightly cooler weather tonight and Tuesday.
WILLIAMS-MARTIN. WEATHER CONDITIONS.
REV. T. E. NEWLAND AT THE Relatively low pressures and high
parsonage of the First Methodist temperatures sua prevail rrom tne up-
church, Saturday morning at 10:30 of- per Mississippi and lower Missouri val
idated at the marriage of Miss AVce
E. Martin .of Battle Creek, Mich., to
Wilbur R. Williams of this city. Tfcey
were unattended. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liams will make their home in Daven
MISS MARGARET RHEA,
er iDavenport girl, daughter of P. B.
Rhea, for a number of years agent of
the American Express company, wa-j
married the past week In 'Chicago to
R. B. Williams, a wealthy fruit grower
of Nlles, Mich. They will make th'.-ir
home in the latter city.
leys to the north Atlantic coast. High
er pressures and somewhat cooler
weather, that have been preceded by
showers, are noted on the eastern
Rocky mountain slope and in the up
per Missouri valley and Minnesota.
Another low is forming over the
Rocky mountain plateau. The east-
FORM- ward movement of these conditions
THE LADIES' SEWING SOCIEfY
of Bethany home will meet at '.Le
home Wednesday afternoon for work
instead of tomorrow.
will be attended by unsettled and
slightly cooler weather in this vicinity
tonight and Tuesday.
High Low Pr'cp.
yes- last 24hrs.
terd'y. night, incn.
Atlantic City 86- 72 .00
Boston 96 88 .00
Buffalo 78 72 .00
Rock Island 98 78 .00
Denver 66 66 .38
Jacksonville 90 74 .00
Kansas City 102 84 .00
New Orleans 90 76 .00
New York 94 78 .00
Norfolk 90 6S .50
Phoenix 88 72 .36
St. Louis '. 98 78 .0(1
St. Paul 98 66 .02
San Diego 66 60 .00
San Francisco 58 48 .00
Seattle 68 52 .02
Washington, DC... 98 74 .00
Winnipeg S2 4S .00
Yellowstone Park . . 42 .00
7 a.m. 4Shr3.
St. Paul 14 1.5 0 ?
Red Wing 11 0 5 0
Reed's Landing ... . 12 0.3 xO.l
La Crosse 12 1.4 0.1
Prairie du Chlen... IS 1.7 0 2
Dubuque 18 2.3 01
Clinton 16 2.2 0.:
Le Claire 10 0.9 0.1
Rock Island 15 1.9 0.1
During the next 48 hours a falling
tendency In the Mississippi will con
tinue from below Dubuque to Musca
tine. J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Licensed to Wed.
Grant Chasteen Wyoming
Mrs. Nanny Reed Denver, Col.
Claim Eclipse Is Safe.
Christiana, Norway, July 3. Owners
of the Norwegian steamer Eclipse de
nied the today the report that that v-
Today's Market Quotations
Dozens of Surprises.
The Best Place to Go.
All the Amusements
Will be Running
Go "Where the Funs Go!
RIDE THE TROLLEY!
lity wir from i. W. Warner & Co.
members of Chicago Board of Trade.
Grain, provisions, stocks, and cotton.
Local offices at Rock Island bouse. Rock
Island. IU. Chicago office, 08-89-100.
Board of Trade. Liocal telephone. No.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 24,000. Left over 2,000. Opened
5c higher. Mixed 6.406.82, good 6.50
6.75, rough 6.256.45, light 6.40
Cattle 12,000; 10c to 15c higher.
Sheep 16,000; 10c higher.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs 15c to 20c higher. Mixed 6.55
6.98, good 6.656.90, rough 6.40
6.50, light 6.356.92, pigs 6.006.40,
Cattle 10c to 15c higher. Beeves 5.00
6.80, cows 2.255.90, stockers 3.25
5.40, Texans 4.506.00, calves 6.00
Sheep 10c higher; 2.75 5.10, lambs
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 10,000 13,000 9,000
Omaha 7,000 2,600 900
St. Louis 900 ....
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 23,000 18,000 20,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, July 3. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific ..187
U. S. Steel preferred 118
U. S. Steel common 78
Rock Island common 32
Southern Pacific 121
New York Central 108
Missouri Pacific 49
Great Northern .......136
Northern Pacific 133
Louisville & Nashville lolVs
Canadian Pacific 239
Pennsylvania 124 V
Chesapeake & Ohio 81
Baltimore & Ohio 108
St. Paul 125
Copper . 68
Lehigh .Valley '. .173'
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
July 3. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Eggs. 16 Mc.
Butter Dairy, 21c; creamery, 22 a
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 5Cc and 67c,
Forage Timothy hay, $18.
Clover hay, $15.
Wild hay. $12 to $13.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
Wood. $4.50 per load.
AVIATOR HURT IN
STREET CAR CLASH
Hugh A. Robinson Had Traveled
3,000 Miles in Curtis Machine
Without Receiving Scratch.
Cairo, HI., July 3. Hugh A. Rob
inson, a CurtUs aviator who had
traveled more than three thousand
miles in the air without receiving
a scratch, was Injured here today
when two street cars crashed togeth
er. No other persons on the cars
OUR. BEAUTY SHOP
Stands for everything that is strictly high class.
Hair dressing that is correct, elegant and becoming.
Manicuring that is gentle and thorough.
Scalp treatment for hair that is falling or turning gray.
Scientific facial massage that will youthify and beautify.
Our shampoos are the best.
BODY MASSAGE AND CHIROPODY SPECIALTIES
A complete line of hair goods, nets and combings made up
order. Evening hours by appointment. Will call if desired.
MRS. V. B. BENNAGE
Phone West 033. 1827 Second Avenue, Hock Island, 111.
That will only make you feel worse when the weather Is hot.
Stop In at our store and be refreshed with a glass of delicious ice
cream soda or a sundae. Our store has quickly gained the repu
tation for the best soda service in the city.
RED CROSS PHARMACY
F. D. G. WALKER
Fourth avenue and Twentieth St. Phones West 1320 and 1323.
Rheumatism Cured In Three Days.
N. B. Langley, Madison. Wis..
says: "X was almost helpless with
rheumatism for about five months.
Had It in my neck so I could not
tarn my head and all through my
body. I tried three doctors and
many remedies without any relief
whatever until I procured Dr. Detch
on's Relief for Rheumatism. In a
few hours the pain was relieved and
in three days the rheumatism was
completely cured and I was at work."
Sold by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second
avenue, rock Island and Gust
Schlegel, 20 West Second street.
Special Added Attraction Wednesday and
The Illustrated Story of the
White Slaves of America
A startling and sensational expose of the world's greatest crime
the organized traffic in women. The secrets of the under
world revealed. The lure of the cif"y explained. Why girls go
wrong. Thirty minutes of live, gripping talk telling in a
straightforward, manly way bow the ranks of the army of sbame
are recruited from the homes of the innocent and unwary. A ser
ies of pictures of vital importance to everyone. No mother or
father, boy or girl should miss this picture and pictures.
A sensational subject, handled in so delicate a manner as to
offer no offense even to the most prudish.
50 Illustrated Views 50
Taken from life in the vice districts of 20 different cities. A
revelation a condition exposed that you never dreamed could
exist. Exhibited in connection with the regular program.