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THE ROCIv ISLAXD ARGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1911.
lck !sland vl I'oce Have;
Abt at Same dumber
Charges at Setbatiy.
TAG DAYS HELP GREATLY'
Forty-three Children in Institution at
Beginning of Month Hoard
Hat a Meeting. :
The Argus Will Be 60 Tomorrow
The Rock Island Argus will be 60 years of age tomorrow, be
ins one of the oldest newspaper in the state of Illinois, and the
recently published Oth anniversary number of the New York
Time showed The Argus to be entitled to enrollment among the
r!det publications in the entire country.
Conforming to the rule of life that things go by contraries,
the older The Argus grows the younger ar-d more vigorous it feels.
KICKS IN DOORS
WHEN LOCKED OUT
Charles Lundgren of Moline Is
Arrested on Complaint of
CLAIMS HE IS AN IDLER
The regular meeting of the Beth
any heme b ard was held last night
at the Manufacturers' hotel, Moline,
with a large attendance,
C. S. Kerns reported for the Mo
line tag day workers showing that
,$1,01 3. ZT had been turned in, but
tHat there were a few .outstanding
bills, so that about 1,mj0 would be
the net amount. Mrs. Ixuise M.
Copp reported that th- rock Island
ladies bad received $ l.')3l.:,S, with
an expense of Ji9.ir, for the print
ing of tass and $2 for boxes, leaving,
them a net mm of $ i ,o i .:'.?,.
Mrs. Km ma Kaim reported the
work of Bethany Sev.ir.K circle, say
ing it was the only committee com
posed exclusively of Rock Island
ladios. They are doir.g a very valu
able work for the children.
M'ss Lillian .i;u;se reported a
membership of I linie ones in the
kindergarten, most of them very erage age being about seven years,
vour.e. so that onlv the simplest There were four cases of tonsilitis
He .Maintains That He Works Regularly-
Other Charges Pending
I.OCAI. FIRM liENKROl
One of the things which pleased
Young fc McCombs. The exhibits ofjin the interest of the home,
the firm's autumn festival were to a1 donatio of onth.
considerable extent donated to the! The following donations
leanng flown curtain shades and
kicking the locks off of the doors in
and Dr. W. H. Ludewig made three ; " T""c "l l"c wllu "ora ne
visits to look after these eases. The;?" been llv'nS for y. resulted In
matron. Miss Parsons, made trips to e arre of Charles Lundgren. alias
Geneseo and to LeClaire ! jonnson, on compiamt ot
I .vianaa jonnson. Third avenue and
Twenty-first street. The charge pre-1
Iferred against him was malicious mis-;
house committee realizing $30 in
cash and there was a fine collection
of vegetables sent directly to the
home. Of the pies, cakes and other
b?;':?ry peed?, much was sold by the
mr.tiasea:ent of the store, the pur
cfc risers iramediate'y donating them
also to Bethany home.
Some of these were sold, the'eeived:
were ir, -h.f on j tv. 0 H. u i
'tomorrow mnrn:n rW si-c InV.n V In. '
tO-i . ' , -v I
uf) anu cuuey fearson maae me ar-
Mrs. Petcher, cake
; peach&e; Mrs. Thomas Casady,
a v.- irL rest at an earfy hour this orning. At
! . ,J '..! the-hearing this morning, the woman
: berg, papered the children dining , , , . ...
- ,r K i declared that Johnson had not contrib-
room "ioung & McCombs. apples; ! , . . . . , , " .
o u i d .,.i"tfli toward his or her support for up
1 the Searchers class of Broadway, . , ' , . ,
0 . , , .v. , r, wards of five months and that when he
cunuaj scuuui, tiuLiiiu iui ijicouui
I Titus: Young & McCombs, fruit and
Sweater Coats, Serbiceable, Thor
oughly Reliable andSmartly fashioned
If you have never worn a sweater coat, you don't know what a practical
and desirable garment you have denied yourself. Snug fitting, warm and
comfortable, it is about the handiest of all outer-garments, and useful the
year round. We have prepared for fall and winter with the finest assort
ment we have ever shown for
Women, Misses and Children
Women s Slv eater Coats
or double breasted and new side button effects some fitted at the waist,
some belted. Styles are handsomer and smarter than ever. il.9s. --'9s
3, 14.69, $5.9$. C '
in whltft. tan prnv nnitr-
cardinal, snlenrtirllv mH4
and finished in a variety of attractive styles at lloO, $1.9S, 3.',.
Misses 9 Sip eater Coats
nd finished in a variety of attractive st
Childrens 9 Sweaters
for the little tots of 2 to fi years.
In nlain colors and combina
tions of colors warm little jackets for autumn days, at o9c, 8c, $1.50.
A XEVT MODEL SWEATER FOR WOMEN ANI MISSES Comes with
coat, storm collar and hood all knitted together. A perfect fitting gar
ment and a most desirable protection in cold weather. Misses' sizes,
$2.26; Women's sizes in a heavy fancy knitted coat, $3.69.
The See Hibe Cor- tJJrady
Things have never had a more ' vegetables: Mrs. Edna Kimble, coats: j
'heerfm outlook than the prfsent "A Friend of the Home," milk, fruit I
oiroumstam es of all that pertains to;and pumpkin: Woolworth & Co .!
the home. An interestine Dolnt re-'dolls: Mrs. Cornelia E. Carr, apples:!
po-'ed by the matron and committee
TKE DOCTOR'S QUESTION.
Mixh Scknet Due to Bowel Di-.ordcrs.
A doctor's first ouopiion when con
sulted by a patient is, "Are yo jr bow
els regular " He knows that per
cent of ilhiens i anerdrl iih inac
tive bowels rid t orijifi Mver, p. fd thai
this connition mus; be remover) f-ntly
and thoroi:gli!y before health can he
Rexill OrderlieH are a positive,
pleasant, and rafe remedy for conpti
pation ard bowel disorders' in Kcneral.
We are so certain of th'-ir erreat cura
tive value that we promise to return
the pjrchEFer's mory in every case
when they fail to r-rodi;ce entire satis
faction. Rexall Orderlit ere eaten like can
dy they act nuietiy. aid aid in produc
ing a soothing, .tr'it;tlu'nins;. healim;
influence on the entire intestinal tract.
They do not purEc-. gripe, cavis-1 nau
sea, flatulence, excessive looseness, di
arrhoea, or other annoying effect, j
They are especially eood tor children,
weak persons, or old folks. Three
sizes, l'o., 'ZTtc. and ."'ic. ?old only;
at our store The Rexail store. The i
T. H. Thomas IrtiE; company.
heeds was the practically even team
" ork done r r the horse by each of
"he v-o cjt'ep. an inptanr hein? the
T.ropfir; Ion of children accommodated
at the heme.
WI..TI TIIK MIRK.
!ii the lrsi five ears Rock Island
has had at the heme six more chil
dren than Molir.e. As low a lead
as this may be overcome aimost nny
month, halim-imc the sond work ex-
atiy. a ri lne vote of thanks was
jrnen all these who hr.d taken part
in makinc tae day such a success and j
:t v as also voted to tender thes?
workers "a little bar;rjuet" at the'
home jfpt as they did a year apo.
This matter will be looked after by!
a committee to be appointed by the j
pr-v-'der V;g. W. C. Bennett. ,
Mr. Kerrs reported t'IIs for b-st '
tr.or th r.mountiug to $415.11, which j
wer? ordered paid. i
HEPORT OF THE M TKO". '
Th? n.2rcn's report showed that1
at tha beginning of the month there:
-ere 4 3 at the home. Eleven others
were received during the month:
scre-i were placed in homes and two
verc returned to ther Darentp, leavi
ir.s a net Rc!n of one chi'd. Of theae
"9 are beys and 14 are girls, the av-
"A Friend of the Children." milk;
and nuts: Mrs. Walker, clothing;!
Mrs. Ellison, sandwiches: Mrs. Bar-j
her, mattress; Miss Elsie Greie. '
shoes: Mrs. Saville, tomatoes: Mrs.'
O'Xeil. Jelly: "A Friend of the
Home," tomatoes: Miss I.oosley, i
cleaning walls and painting the kindergarten.
Are Named Depositories.
The Rock Island National bank and
the Central Trust. - Savings bank
t have been notified that the govern
j ment h33 named them ss depositories
for the local postal savings hank which
is soon to be opened at the postoff.ee.
The State bank received similar noti-
. fication some d?.ys 230. and It is j re
sumed that the other banks in the city
will also qualify as depositories.
did work he supported a saloonkeeper
or two. instead of himself.
OTHER CHARGES PENDING.
She claimed that he has broken
doors and torn window shades on pre
vious occasions and that his action of
last evening was onlv a more stren-
i uous repetition of his former trans
; gressions. He asserted that he had
been locked 01: t of the house and that
even if he did not work, he was never
idle. If found guilty of the charge, he
win De g:ven a long ja.i term, uiuer 1
j charges of a more serious nature are,
', pending and it is provable that they'
will be t3ken into the county court
The man's home is in Moline.
TO WED PLAYWRIGHT
Licensed to Wed.
Xicholas Grebenik Davenport
Mi36 Helen Klein Davenport
Carl A. Huettner 'Jary
Miss Cassle A. Komp Hock Is'ard
The pleasant purgative effect experi
enced by all who use Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the
health" condition of the body and mini
which they erca".e, makes one feel joy
ful. Sold by all druggists.
n nil is.
1 1 Ijlp
I . tor
the largest and finest
displays of footwear in
the tricities the best
makes in the land.
and Florsheim shoes
We have styles for the man who looks to us for the,
smart and fashionable; dignified, conservative lasts for
the man who prefers them. Edwin Clapp bench-made
shoes and the Florsheim in all leathers. For men in
in all walks of life we show:
Commonwealth shoes $4 and $4 50
M & K Special, $3.50 and $4.
Good dependable work shoes $1.75 to $3.
Best values in boys' shoes SI. 85 to $2.25.
YOUNG PEOPLES BRANCH ELECTS
AT THK ANNl'AI. MEETING OF
the Young People's branch held last
evening at tho home of Miss Myrtle
Wocds, 1120 Fourteenth and a-half
ft reel, the following officers; i'r th?
coming year were elected:
Prefident Mies Myrtle Summers,
Vice Prei'leitt, Fir?t Hjpti.-t church
Miss Bessie Sandberg.
Vice President. First Methodist
church Mirs Lillian Skalberg.
vice President. Broadway Presbyter
ian church Miss Anna Berger.
Recording Secretary Miss Myrtle
Corresponding Secretary M'ss Em
Treasurer Miss Etta Rosevs. re
; elected. i
i Miss Woods has s-erved the society
! ?a its executive head for the tiiird con-
Isecttive year, th? work of the organi- '
j zation having flourNhe; tinder her cf
j ficient leadership. A meetiatf of the
; efficers will be held at her home Mon- ;
i day evening. Mr?. X. P. Tufker g.ive '
I an interesting repcrf of the county
jSiMi.'ny school convention, recently
held in Reynold?, dealing esm-dally
with the temperance le i'tre ,:vrn by
Dr. W. '.. i;ianc:-.e of D:i venport. Her
report cf the lecture whs full and
proved of preat intt-re;;.
The niocting was given over to a
Hallowe'en ra'"'y at the -!ose of the
report, the members enjoying the
1 prank? cf that F?a:-on. A!'t-r winJin;
ihro'tgh a dark pa-sat. -wav, t:r were
led into the l asemert !" tho lioi:se,
where a table had hcen set with de- '
Ilcious refreshment;. The appoint
ments of the tahle -:irri"d nvi the Hal
lowe'en idea. (;1k sts prowled :i'd ni ide ;
the si.irit of Hailo-veVn :11 perviuli'ig.
Apples in a toil of writer were hobrd
after, and the fornines of the suevt.?
were found and read. Th-- h-i.-.tess had
spared no p:iins in maVint; tb evening
a plearant one, and the iff.iir was
here liihly enjoyed. The Xtive-nh'-r
meeting will be held at the .WochMiun
house. 'and Miss Hazel Rolls will he
the hostess. j
v" . " Sit i
Wins Social Favors
Tae engagement of Ilss Fola La
Follette, daughter of Senator La
Kollette. of Wisconsin, the progres
; ves' presidential candidate, has
been announced by her parents. She
is to marry George Middleton, a
New Y rk playwright.
"Had I been unable to transform,
my complexion so quickly, so com-!
pletely, by an unique process I had!
just learned of, I never could have,
attended the charity ball." A cer-j
tain social favorite, a picture of love-j
liness at the great event, told me this.)
"I had been much run down," she j
said. "When I heheld myself in thej
mirror after a night's troubled sleep,
I saw I was becoming heavy eyed andi
pale. I could not take and attend I
i the ball, the long rest my physician i
advised. A friend suggested I get i
an ounce of mercolized wax at the!
druggist's and use it as I would cold j
cream. I did the result is apparent. I
"In a week I had a new complex-1
ion. The wax took off the old skin,!
with its worry lines so gradually,;
there was no discomfort. Xow you j
see the fresh, bright underskin, with
its youthful giow and expression."
Saturday Evening Herald (Chicago).
at the Outing club, Davenport, Thurs
day afternoon, Oct. 26. Mips Blanche
P.loom of Iowa City, reader will be
entertainer for the afternoon.
LUNCHEON FOR VISITORS.
MRS. GEORGE DAVIS, IftO.S
Tw-enty-second street, was the host
ess yesterday afternoon at a luncheon
for visiting ladies of the Woodman.
It was a very pleasant informal af
fair. The hostess used autumn flow
ers and foliage in the decoration of
will advance in price Nov.
1. Place your orders
with us now and save the
advance. We meet all
combination offers made
in club lists and in many
cases can do better by
you than sending orders
direct. If you have not
one of our magazine cat
alogues ask for one.
Place your Xmas orders
with us now.
173 Third Arennp.
' 5 .
ROYAL NEIGH30RS DANCE.
THE ROYAL X HIGH MORS OF
South Rock Island will give a dancing
tt. of n,,'rjo- orwi , ! party at Woodman hall. South Kock is-
a member' of the Chi Omesa sorority, j 'and, Friday eveninsMJcJo.
Mr. Ervin hap made his home in Mo-; 7r.7",",A icctic
line for fo.ir years and is employed in! AT THE MAJESTIC'
the Deere and company offices. He is j One of the most beautiful ac ts in
graduate of the Fniversitv of Mi-1 vaudeville is at tue .jajebuc im e
first half of the week. From a point
! of view of beautv, the exhibition giv-
CME SOCIETY MEETING. ' en by Huntress is one of the best that
THE AC;.iE SOCIETY OF GRACE UHS tvpI ,K " " ,n h r"- Ho is
Lutheran .-Lurch was entertained impersonator. dancer and novelty
to.. ,.n n .,, Im.e of Miss' w'orker, and in every brancu of his
PfMirtoonth 1 exhibition ne snows an aom.
seen. 1 no tun settings inr uie singe,
including much plush drapery, makes
the young people. The Lride i an art
ist cf ability. She attended the t'ni- j
' fhould have your
thoroughly examined by
the- well-known eye-sight spe
cialist for your headache, neu
ralgia, weak eyes and for
proper glasses at
18 07 V? Second Avenue
Hours H to 12, I lo p. rn-
Anna Crnnrjuist, !."
Htreot, Moline, a goodly number of
the members attending.. The crcater
time of the evening v.-a 3 occupied
w:th plans for the sociable to be giv
en by the society at the church Fri
dry evening when pie. cake and cof
fee w ill be served and a program will
rarelv !al-l,L",t! viuyt-m m ine country, na.t an
; important part on the bill. HIb orlg
! iiinl humor is good and his playing
net tak's clans with any
th i ?. t u i.i. it- (.i!- Hi valse orien
tal" is a masterpiece of its type of ! Arsr-rate musical monologue act. Vt-n
dancing, and was much enjoyed. This ! ( amf ml hU educated pig. and Mont-
t.,.l rtanz-o !.r,H la on of '"on ... m hm.K'uk
j. r. v . '.u.jv v
is mainly a
the oldest forms of the terpslchorean
be carried out. Following the trans- art extar.t. The transformation ncetie
acting of routine business refresh-' Is a gorgeou one, showing a scene at
n..?-its were enjnyed and a pleasant the north pole and introducing the greatest
social hour passed. i novelty, iesprn an .noiu, or inc
talking act complete the bill.
j ! SEVENS WITH MISS HOUGHTON.
THE SEYEXS OF MOLINE MET
last evening with Mtea Florence
nton. 11." Twelfth avenue, thTs
Moline, took place Saturday evening in j Qf even,ng the lpgson be.
lng women in history.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS XEU.IE
i i . e m 1.' .. , XT'
I., .r.nersun. uii ieuifi ui .i-. i-wu.c in
Anderson, ana rranK i-,rvin. ..um j.
spirit of the north. Lew Wells, one of
the most popular monologists and sax-
"Adventure," Jack London's
story, begins in The
Argus tomorrow night. Don't
miss the opening chapter.
Chicago, the Rev. John Thompson be
' ing the officiating elergvmpn. Miss
Helen Anderson. -i?ter of the bride,
, wn the only attendant. Mr. and Mrs.
Ervin returned to IoHne and will re
side at the home of the bride's mother
at fi23 Eighteenth street. The wedding
comes a a surprise to the friends of
For MantWoman& Child
Of Interest to
F ; r ,.- "-'-. t
women in history. i wo papers'
on the subject were read, Mies Ann '
SihfP.inger telling of Catherine de ;
Medici and Miss Lura Lukens telling '.
of Mary, citien of the Scots. The club 1
Is studying famous women of the ,
world in the bible, history, literature. '
art. music, etc.. making the series cf
srecial Interest to the members. The
hor-tess served lunch following the;
program and a short social hour fol- j
TtEV. J. F. LOCKXEY OF SAC- :
red Heart Catholic church yesterday;
morning at 9 o'clock officiated at the
marriaee of Miss Anna McKenbrick :
to William O'Donnell, both of this
city, but lately of Scotland. The cere
mony took place at Sacred Heart
church. They were attended by Misa ,
Agnes Henry and a brother of the
groom, Martin O'Donnell. They left
yesterday noon for a wedding trip,
to Chicago and upon their return
will make this city their home. Mr.;
O'Donnell is a boilermaker employed!
at S'.lvis. j
O. E. S. INITIATION.
TI?E ORDER OF THE EASTERN
Star will hold a special meeting at Ma- j
tonic temple tomorrow evening at 7:'i j
for initiauon. ;
II Expect to See You
4 Thursday. Watch for
CARDS POR RECITAL. j
MRS. ALPHONSE MOSENFEI-!
der. SOS Twentieth street, this city, j
Mrs. Eli Mosenfelder and Mifs Ma-!
rie Mosenfelder of Davenport, havej
issued cards to a recital to be given
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