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THE ROCK ARGUS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1011.
Social Events queen of exclish
TACE WILL MARRY
AT THE PARSON ACE OF THE '
Memorial Christian church at 5 o'clock
this morning, Rev. E. T. McFarland)
spoke the words that made Charles J. ;
Cramer and Miss E. Grace Wright man '
and wife. The couple wae attended by
Miss Rose Corner, sister of the groom,
and Elmer fcNVrigbt. brother of th
bride. The bride wore her traveling
suit of golden brown, with hat, gloves
and shoes to match. Following the
ceremony they left on an early train
for the east, where they will spend a
short honeymoon, returning to their
new home. fu5 Fourteenth street, in
this city, Nov. 1G. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Wright.
1513 Eighth avenue. She Is a graduate
of the local high school ciass of lSf'5.
Mr. Cramer is the son of John Cramer.
-r' 1 Eighth ar.d-a-half avenue, and is
employed in the mail opening depart- .
meet at the Modern Woodmen head '
office building. I
ORGANIZE OPTIMIST CLUB.
TWENTY TRI-CITY YOUNG LAD- I
ie6 gathered at the home of the Misses'
Blanche and Nellie Renfro Wednesday
evening and organized a Hub to be
known as the Optimist club. Officers
were elected following which a delight
ful mustcale was given. Officers
President (temporary) Miss Nellie ;
Vice President Miss Clara Kaher.
Secretary Miss I-enta Myers.
Treasurer Miss Elizabeth Carroll.
Miss Myers, Miss Kaher and Miss ,
Blanche Renfro pleased with piano se-j
lections and the Misses Renfro were
heard in duets Miss Lillian Wallentln
gave an entertaining reading as did
!Vo5 LiHij Elsie
The gilded youth of Egnlanci
have loet their idol. Alias Lily Kisie.
British creator of the part, of the
"Merry Widow" in LeLar s opera.
MUs Elsie, who was admired by
both King Alfonso and ex-King
Manuel .has announced her engage
ment to lan Bullough, a young
and the promise is that a large array
; of articles will be on display. A small
admittance fee will be charged, the
proi pf ii:i to he used for patriotic edi-
Miss Alice Qulnlan. A quartet of yor.ng ; rational purposes. Refreshments will
ladies. Misses Carroll. Ilelosky. Renfro aido be served during the afternoon,
and Edlund gave selections. Several ; Tne hours will be from 3 o'clock on.
games were played and the hostesses! The fifteenth annual state confer
served light refreshments. Miss Ren-!enre wjjj De held at the R'.ackstone bo
fro will entertain at the next meeting ; tflf Chicago next Wednesday and
of the club. . Thursday with the Chicago chapter
as hostess. A number of social affairs
WEDDING TO BE IN TEXAS. : have been arranged in honor of the
ANNOUNCEMENT HAS BEEN RE- j visiting ladles including luncheon and
delved by friends of the approaching theatre parties. Mrs. William J.
marriage cf Miss Mary Esther Smal- Sweenov and Mrs. C. C. Carter win
ley, daughter of J. B. Sma'ley. general
superintendent of the Rock Island
In Topeka. and Mrs. Smalley. to Ken-;
neth Maine of Des Moines. The wed-;
ding will take place Tuesday, Oct. -
at the bride's residence In Topeka.
Mr. Maine has prepared a pretty home
for his bride at Waterloo where they
will reside after Nov. 15. Mr. and Mrs.
Smalley with their family were for-,
merly residents of Davenport where
Mr. Smalley was superintendent of the
Illinois division of the Rock Isbind sys-;
fein, with headquarters in Hock Island.1
The bride was a student at Ames at :
the time, and it was there the happy;
little romance began Mr. Maine, is a j
( (Hit ractor."
represent the local chapter at the gath
ering, leaving here Tuesday evening.
RECITAL AT SETTLEMENT.
THE MEMBERS OF THE WES 1
End Settlement and their families
were treated to a complimentary re
cital last evening at the settlement
building. The following program was
given and much enjoyed:
"Sun Beams-' London Rowald
Miss Pearl Livingstone.
"Cradle Song" Atherton
Miss Mary Crissmau.
Scolish Airs Jules De Swrai
"Hindoo Slumber Song"
I "i he Little Peach"
Miss Pearl Livineston.
SAL2M AN-O'NEILL. "Tender Little Flowers" Barile I
ERNEST HARRY SALZMAN OF j Miss Marv Crissman. '
Albia township and Miss Sadie Kather-j J . j
ine O'Neill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs., MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.
Lawrence o -Neiu or .ioune, were unu- r.vp vri 0 MnnPi'V worm. M
oil in mnrrlnirp last PVPDlnt at 7 1 -n . . : . - ... - .
linen win give a musical pniei tammem fi
o cloc k at the parsonage of the Second ; next Tuesdav eve ning at the hall for i M
1 (JUr. I t'Ja I K'uai I il'l! v.11, lite J.
nrd S. Haney performing the cere
mony. The attendants were Miss Clara
( ole and J. E. Schmidt. The bride j
wore a becoming gown of blue and car
ried bride roses and Miss Cole wore an
embroidery dress. The your. people
will make their home on a farm The
bride hus been emploed In the New
York store, Moline.
ALL DAY SEWING.
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY TO
the Rock Island County Humane soci
ety will hold an all da. hewing meet
ing next Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
J. J. William.-. 711 Twelfth street. Ind
ies interested in ihe work of the soci-;
ety are invited to attend.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MEETS. I
THE LOCAL BRANCH OK THE
Augustana college aiunini association '
was entertained last evening by the!
president. Mrs. K. T. Anderson at
her home. D17 Nineteenth street, fhir-t-fie
of the members attended awl ,
enjoed a delightful social evening. ;
Miss Lillie Cervine pleased with a!
number of songs and Carl Londberg re
cited. There was a guessing contest
which was enjoyed and the hostess
s rved lunch.
D. A. R. LOAN EXHIBIT.
FORT ARMSTRONG CHAPTER.
Daughters of the American Revolution
has arranged to give a loan exhibit
iitxt Saturday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. .T. R. Kimball. 730 Nineteenth '
street. The ladies will place on exhib- i
it ant i. pie articles gathered in the city ;
THE H A LI A) W E'EN D ANC I NG
party which was :o be given by the ;
Eudora Rebecca lodge. No. 73 on Oct.
27th, has been postponed. The date
of the dance will be annoumed later. .
At Y. M. C. A.
The business men's class met last
night with a large Increase in attend
ance over the previous session. The
men are all enthusiastic over the work !
being done, and there is every reason
to believe that the work with the busi
ness men will be a success this season.
S'-i.Mild have voi'.r
thoroughly examined by
'.i-kr.o ii eye-s:gh; sj e
iv..." ymr l.eaiia. he. neu
wak es and for
.-.i er s!..s'-s :.t
1S07: Second Avenue
I'.iir S t 1-. I P. in-
Members of the association will be
glad to hear from C. E. Oilman, former
: physical director w ho is now at Kau
j kakee. Mr. Gilman found that he would..
, 'nave a bar J row to hoe but ho went at
it systematically and now- has his work
'in such shape that as he expresses it
lie "can see over the top of it." The
I Kankakee association numbers 550 'n
its membership and a campaign is now
on to raise t'ais to 7"n before Jan. 1.
i Mr. Giiman is personally conducting a
series of noon hour shop meetings'
i which is proving productie He is
coming to be thought of as highly as'
he was here and is doing nicely.
Reprcs r.' ati ves of th- Anti-Saloon ,
; league will have charge of the meeting
'o- n ii ar ti:e Y M. C. A. S'inday afi
re: noon at They will presii.t
. th ar.ti-sa!oou cause, and discuss
plans for the advancement of their
v c rk . men are invited.
Pa eupori .
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While Clemann & Salzmann are known and recognized as the leading home furnishing store
in the tri-cities, we want more people to know how thoroughly complete this stock really is.
We show not only the medium grades in furniture, carpets and rugs, but the very finest quali
ties as well. We show not only the staples, but all those things that add comfort, beauty
and refinement to the home and all at those reasonable prices for which this store is noted.
till the last minute. Get your new
heater now and be sure it is a River
side. Come in and let us Bhow you
how you can cut your coal bill in
haif. Once you have seen the new
Riverside Aerduct demonstrated you
will have no other. Besides they
cost no more than the ordinary
are without the question of a doubt
the most comfortable for the baby,
the easiest to fold and the most at
tractive go-cart made today. We
have just unpacked an entirely new-
Attractive Values in Rugs
Brussels Rugs 9x12
Tatterns extremely cheerful,
in rich oriental and floral de
signs. A large variety to
select from. The lowest price
Velvet Rugs 9x12
This is our celebrated No Seam
velvet rug. It is made of all
wool yarn with firm back.
They are worth $35. 0",
now . .
Axminister Rugs 9x12
This is not the ordinary axmin
ister rug usually advertised but
is a strictly high grade rug. It
is made from the best wool
yarns, about 25 patterns to
to Cut S10.50
You have never seen such a value
as this. The picture doesn't begin
to do it justice. The wood is of se
lect quarter sawed oak and the seat
is upholstered in best leather. It is
a very comfortable rocker.
CiSffi OU C USE POT
Automatic Bed Davenport
The frame is made of select oak, golden finish, highly polished.
I'pholstered in best imitation leather and supported with strong
spiral springs, the Automatic is very easy to operate and will never
get out of order. A full size O O tfO
bed when opened. Price just like cut 3P1 ir Vr Vr
It fs possible to mnke. and tlmt is th
new Iron Riverside range. It is not
only a beautiful stove in appearance
but is an excellent baker. There are
features in this range that you will
find in no other range. Come in and
let us show you this range.
This table Is constructed of solid oaX
finished in golden. It has large top
highly polished. The base Is of a
massive colonial style, it is just as
$fA: -; '..T
Similar to cut. a very beauti
ful table, large size, all quar
ter sawed oak highly polished.
See our line of library and
parlor tables. W hnve them
vln scjlid mahogany, golden
birch, birdseye maple and cir
cassion walnut. We have theni
priced from the cheapest up to
the bpst. One similar to cut
This china closet of selected oak,
golden finish, one mirror in back,
double strength bent glass sids and
front, has adjustable shelves, beHt
workmanship throughout. A very
special bargain at the price.
This Regulation Height, 2-inch
Continuous Post Bed $9.50
Al beds look alike on paper: don't confuse this
one with the frail, skimpy, siueaky bds usually
advertised. I' la finished in best grade imitation
Red davenport is a ditinct imprc emetit over all
other s'ylfs of folding '.).! da enports. It ii- made
d .1 ruin rij it "
$6.75 for This 45-Ib
Cotton Felt rvSat.ress
It is Hild wl'h r'-;il iftt'.n f It, built up In Invent
as shown in illustration, so liia ' anti'it pac k or
gt lunipy. It Is covered in a fancy aj t ti king.
Corner Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue
Rock EsJond I
Rork island House Cafe
ZccoT-d Ae.. Seventeenth St.
".' ; ;-e '- mf.Os nr.vl scr'.e
, ;t ;?:odr..-o
Neon Luncheon 25c
A '.". ( .r r ervi to S p. m.
- . i i; A l U.TV.
The Tri C':ty rt..-cl.. r cl-ib will hold
kly i '.tr. ;f ti c- V. . C. A. 'his
c'onir.- A I' j 'e- -a : e . .fcci'ed
fio.-.i ;i '-J of t 'ess players who
.'.-! i. into tiie club, and these ;
aic u'.-o efcc!cd ti be at the meeting'
to tke ur the matter. An itrn of spe- f
c i.-'.l r. .-i is tl: a:i:'.r-:ncement that
n .';;:iiii ! cf Portland. Oie . is
;o l' a' ?- rrc'ir:; this evening,
ready to meet tH comers. Mr. Bowles,
is rai'.l to 1' feme checker p'ayer. tie '
v;'.; j ;.iv r.s Jiinny s-na'.tar.eou games
he t-:n f ..;..oeats for. Visit-'
or; wiP. - v i '.c oir.f to ee the piay.
Thi- evcr.it-s at 7:3". rcpresenta-j
fives from the various Sunday schools
ill meet at the Y. M. C. A. to com
pete the organization cf the Sunday
School Athletic league -which is in pro
cess of formation. It Is the intention
fi elect permanent officers tonight,
find to proceed with arrangements to
siart the piaying as soon ss possible
It is lis. cly that an indoor athletic
meet will be arranged for an evening
ir. the very near future, which will he
the opening event for the season in
this new league.
on a capias issued oat of the county;
court a few days ago. th charge be-j
ing disorderly onduct. was fined $1
and costs by Judge Olroeted. j
Wiii;am Hurley Fined.
William Hurley, who was arrested
Gives Aid to Striken.
Sometimes liver, kidney and bowels
seem to go on a s'rike and refuse to i
work right. Then you need those pleas- '
ant little strike-breakera Dr. King'
New Life Pills to give them natural j
aid and gently compel proper action, j
Excellent health toon follws. Try
them. 25 cents, at all drnggis's.
William Dowd was Ened 110 and
costs this morning by Police Magis
trate Smith for being drunk and dis
orderly. Not being able to pay the
fine imposed upon him the judge sen
tence fcim to five days in jail.
F. Hauhenschlld from near New Bos-
friends and they all started to imbibe
: too freely, the result of which Hanii
lensrhiiii was arrested for being dru'ik
and disorderly. This morning he wns
brought before the Judge and after be
ing given a good lecture was fmd.
He was dismissed on payment of a fine
of $1 ."') and costs.
Juiii.B Harlf -n wa fined $1 ar.-J
costs this morning for r-!r.g drunk and
( ton came to the city yesterday to see .
All the new ail the time The Argua the sights got mixed up with several ; Oilman cf Rapids City, who have had
Child Is Returned.
As a res';l of an ordT issu' d by :
Judge Olmsted. Mr. and Mrs. Louis i
'he custody of fi -. '," Kr.iitie ff this
'ity for h :(? time i.r. appeared in
the county ii'if -e-t :,' v. Tti'-v o'
taiii'-'i fh' h;id froi.T .'6 guai'':i.t..
Miss Oina I;;riih'-r, and wren fi-keil !
rf-tnrn it rcfus'-rj o;i ore- r cf -J .i n
OlrriKte d'h r h'A' na.' rd'.nd turned
ovi-i to Mi'- ft. 'i m t r.
Thc Ii i'-r! :i'r b-ft I:of k fslaml
last, ni'ht at on lti six day trip
to Kt. l.o'u. A capacity crowd from
the tri-UU." was on hoard.
All the fckwa ail turn lltoa Tii