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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, ion.
proceeds will be used to plaster
kitchen at the Association house.
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COSTUME PARTY. I other members of the committee from
A NOVEL. AND ELABORATE HAL- the Indies' Aid society. Mrs. Kuhner.
BAUER AT AUGUST AN A.
HAROLD BAUER, THE DISTIX
guiehed pianist will gie a recital at
Augustan college Tuesday evening,
Nov. 21. under the auspices of the con
servatory of music. Harold Bauer is
one of the foremost pianists of the day
and has achieved success where ever
he has appeared In this country or
abroad. By many able critics he is
considered the greatest of Chopin
players, beinp ranked even above
Pachman. His coming to the tri-cities
is a treat in musical circles and the
advance sale of seats insures him a ca
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
the marriage of Miss Lillian Pearson,
lowpv-is party was friven Saturday eve
ning; by .Mrs. O. P. Anderson and Mi
Sarah Uwson at the home of ti e for
mer on EU-hth avenue. The 2t guests
were a.l attired in co.-iumf-s to suit
the oT-wion, ea h one hein dressed
to impersonate the title of some
popular novel. and the insult
was a collections of odd. i;rn:e anil
comical mal e i.p.-.. The .-.cvr-rai rocrno
were fixed up in Hallowe'en style with
jack o'lanferns. -orn stalks and other
The evernt-s wa spent playins; pa rues
of the season and 'i;du!irin; in he ::s
a trie!:. A jrue-isinL' contest to t.ud o'it
the jisi?u5ss of those present was the
fh)"1 '-vent of the right's entertain
ment. Mrs. K T. A ncier.son and Miss
Eva iia.-seiquist hin:-' awarded lien
or? A twrwours" Hallowe'en Ii;ni !). n
;if. rved h v the hisie;:.. As a fieri!"
the ! ir hi-, were t.;rD"d low and ho-t
tor v., -re in'.d til! n ; c j , t of the u i -l.--r-
afraid to venture out. Tmo e
Vrfs-nt. and the books represented
were: The Fiosary. M i Hannah An
derson; Mather CriKjhc. Miss I .en a. Hut
. bins: Paradise fxist. Miss Lillie Cer
vine; I'nder Two Flairs. Miss Anna
lirati : E pt :n 1'riin.es.-. Mi. s .M:ir
t'ifl Koss: The Scrap Hook. .Miss E'.a
il.issebjuist ; Th l-ady of the Iiocora
tiou. Mrs. O. P. A ndf rsun ; Inernler
and OIi Lace, Miss Ciara A ud-rson :
Gentleman from Indiana. Mrs. Anna
Pa'iisten; The Old Fashioned c;irl.
Mrs. K T. ndersfn: Hamlet. Miss L -1
dia H::it: The Foreigner . Mrs. Ed! a
l.nnrJ. The . Witch s ;old. Miss Sar.ili
l,;ihnn: The Servant in t'le ilnu.se,
M'ss Evelitie Lund: Th- Little M
if. Miss Lyd:a Olsson; Hans Hrinkor.
Vi a Uutli Kuhner; Mrs. Witrss f t he
Cabbage Pateh. Miss Anna oisson;.
When Kniirhthood Was in Flower. Miss
Mrs. Henke, Mrs. C. E. Nelson and daughtw or -Mr. ana Mrs. sioney rear
Mrs. Nyquist. There will be on sale! son, 2S06 Fifth and a half avenue, this,
besides cofTee and cake and ice cream, city, to M. C. LaPorte of Seattle, :
home made candies and a few novel- Wash., the ceremony taking place
ties. The public is invited. Tuesday Oct. 24 at Seattle. Mr. La-
! Porte attended the local schools and Is
BETHANY HOME RECEPTION. proprietor of a pool, barber and cigar;
i inifs iv-Ti.-Ti.-c?Tt.-r iv- ,",L-rn ' store in Seattle. His bride attended
Brown s business college and several :
months previoirs to her departure for
jthe west was pianist at the Colonial
theatre. The new home will be in Se-i
any home gave a reception at the home
Saturday afternoon at which those who'
assisted in the seiiinc of tar-'s on tag
'lay a ere the special suests, a larte
afternoon The suests also included a M'GINLEY-M'INTYRE.
liumijcr of youns women from Port By-i STEVE McGIXLEY OF THIS CITY :
ron and Hillsdale, who are interested ; and Miss Blanche Mclntyre of Bloom-;
in the work of the home. Mrs. V. ( ! ington were married Saturday in i
Bernett. Mrs. ;!more, .Mrs. Cooper of J Bloomington. The bride is a daughter
Moiine and Mrs. Cr.uida!!. Mrs. Heasy of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mclntyre and
and Mrs. Whi.-l'r of this ity i.cfod as the ;Tom is the -son of Mr. and Mrs..
a reception commit ee.
were iirettily d-foiai-. i
ard coffee and cake 'st
John McGiniey of this city. Mr. Mi
The ro .
A ith powers Cinley is a blacksmith by trade and i
served dnr-ihas achieved some distinction as a
ill 'lie af'Trionti.
chihirt 'i w : e ni -tv.
son e (f those
in (ostrirue Th
merry on lor tiie
In tr:e evening the
ii u Hailo.ve'en par-
wl;o l.eifieii in the
'hi- ch ii.jrcn 'je;nK
e1. eninp 1'i-ovd .1
The home buyer finds many new things of interest in our Bargain Basement. If you have
hosiery, underwear, blankets, comforts, lace curtains, house dresses or the like to get, by all
means visit our Bargain Basement. The merchandise is reliable, but of course, in lower priced
grades than are sold in our up-stairs' departments. Here are examples of the savings you will
tind in our Bargain Basement and you will find equally good or better any day, or any time.
Pattern table cloths 98c
A fine, closely woven, mercerized damask, a variety of
pleasing patterns., usually $1.35 and $1.4S, now 9"c.
These are the colored scrims that usually
Full yard wide, come in pleasing colors.
HALLOWE':v OYSTER SUPPER.
THE V'H'N'i; !i:i)i'l.l" Associ
ation of I ;r o-id . ;i Pi "-hyteriati
1 1) U.reh 'All; !VC
Hallow '!: pr'.rlx
7 o' loeL in the
rooms. After n
mi i i'. s'it fii poer a nd
loworne.v eeninr at
(I'uitii S'ird.iy school
ipper tli. re will he ;t
SPENCER EXPERIENCE COFFEE.
THE LADIES" AID SOCIETY OF
Spencer Memorial Methodist church
nill held a coffee at the home of Mrs.
Karl Mahaffey, 923 Forty-third street
Th-rrsday afternoon. The ladies have;
heen raisintr one dollar each and the
program of the afternoon will consist of
the ladies telling their experience in;
raising the money.
proiam Hi:d li;i!!e,
piiijefl. Tni.; the
of 1 1: ' . '. tnl ': nii er: .1
tie!: fur s- IUC t.ll'e
i:;-: to ni;.:.e it . r
c '-II talliei
a Mi The'. ;,lo
ill fii"- line
SUCCESSFUL LOAN EXHIBIT.
THE LON EXHIBIT CIVEN i:Y
I 'ert Xrn-strt(K chapter. I ;.':shtTs o'
'ne:icaTi Uevclnt ion at the hTn"
el" Mrs .1. ft Kim'.a'l. '..' S itn-T 't-r. : h
Ktre-t. Saturday afternoon wav- a itie.-t
siicces-;fl aid intereKt ir.fc one. Mrs.
Kirn hall herself is the nwner of a lart"
n limber of ery inti-rest ins: historical
anil colonial articles and her home wasj
i litfiri:: place for the exhibit. The ar
ticles included a fan and also kn-.. ,
lire -":i.-: hucVIes which 1 Hii in !on.
to Washington There were also
a number of hooks contatnitig l is .
a'ltojrraph. There was a fa from thi
r.-in- of lmis XV which had been used
;.v court ladies. Piecs of colonial 1
money, tunpiois omits, a dot which!
wan over a hundred year old. a ;,')-,
-n tnpertry. china, bead bass, co.ir.tor
f ains ma'le of handkerchief? from col-
.trial tunes, tables, ilixhes. silver and '
in fact a er large arnn o; in'eti!Hy;
intcretint; articles wa- d spiatcd So,
Mjccejisful and en jo;, aide was ti.e ex-'
l ibit that members of t.h ctiapter are
cor.templtif lVn holding a public loan ex
hi!it in some public buihlii.- and
which, will be continued several daf
Mrs TucKls and Mrs W n picas. '1
during the afternoon with a piano d .e I
and refreshments were servei! Tlie
proceeds will be used for the further- j
inc of patriotic education, a project j
thirh the daughters have undertaken..
DAUGHTER OF ARMY
OFFICER "COMES OUT
BUSY BEE EXHIBIT.
MEMBERS OF THE BUSY BEE
Seeing society have been busy for
months sewina; and the fruits of their
labors will he on view tomorrow after
noon and evening at. the home of Mrs.
.1. A. Reid. 520 Sixteenth street. The
articles On exhibition have been made
for the Odd Fellows' old folks" home'
at Ma'toon and the orphans' home at
Lincoln. III. I,unch will be served dur
inir the afternoon, and the exhibit is
open to the public.
Dresser scarfs, 22c each
Full bleached scarfs, 18x54 inches in size,
pensive and certainly goo3 value at 22c.
25c scrim curtains, 17c yd.
These are the colorei
Full yard wide, come
75c neck scarfs, 57c
Women's neckwear, 10c
A variety of stocks, t
and 5c, grouped at I
Way's mufflers, 25c
These fit up close at
protection from cold.
35c canvas aprons, 29c
scll at 25c.
Women's silk neck scarfs in plain colors and figured
effects, good values at TTic and 8?c.
Tan and gray, good weight and canorous size
kets one would expect to pay tJac for, lc pair.
Boys' gauntlet gloves, 45c pr.
Boys' all leather auntlet gloves, well made an J
stand rough usage, good values at this prb e.
65c bed blankets, 48c pr.
Tan and gray, good w
kets one would expect
39c huck towels, 25c
All linen huck towels,
dered ready for use, 4
Men's underwear, 39c
Heavy fleeced shirts and
good quality at 59c each.
$1.50 house dresses, 98c ea.
All linen huck towels, neatly hemstitched and Uun- Q
dered ready for use, 40xl'0 inches in size.
iu all si.es.
A variety of stocks, turnovers and tabs, usually 15,
and 5c, grouped at 10c eaeh or 3 for 2.c.
These fit up close around the throat affording good
protection from cold. All sizes, various colors.
These are the heavy aprons used by cabinet makers
and other mechanics, in our Basement, 211c.
Made of lieht weight flannellette. either Hutch or high
neck style, pleated waist and full skirt. The whole be
ing neatly trimmed, sizes "4 to 4ti.
Kimono dresses, 98c
. Made of good quality cr
all sizes. Others mad
$3, 3.50, 4.50 shoes at 98c
Made of good quality crepe in a variety of good colors,
all sizes. Others made of (.'bailie, !c each.
Because these are narrow widths, mostly 'in AA. A. B.
and C, accounts for the extreme reduction. Sizes 3 to
7- Women who can wear narrow widths will find a griat
bargain In these as the leathers are flrBt clas and the
R Fine, sheer long cloth, 18c quali
ty, yard for 15c.
Women's collars and turnovers
The usual 10c kind for 3z
All linen bleached toweling, 17
inches wide, yard 9c
Women's union suits, fleeced,
regular $1 grade, suit 79c
Women's all wool vests, light H
weight, $1 kind 68c
Corsets in short lengths, sizes 18
to 25, 75c kind 50c
COFFEE AT MRS. KEMPE'S. i
A COFFEE FOR THE BENEFIT OF I
i X - I
i r -
Edi tin Grroie i
CLASS HALLOWE'EN PARTY.
M?tS. HEAD'? Sr.NDAV SCHOOL
la.-s of Uroadway Presb terian c huich
held a Hallowe'en party at the home of
.Mildred Adams Saturday afternoon.
(There were costumes appropriate to
tlio rtay and sanies of various Kinds
; ".ver played. Refreshments t re scrv
! ed during the afternoon ind each little
I ;ady rcceivfcd a card with a Hallowe en
;emHem and a lemon filled with candy.
dances Thursday evening at I?es-lin"s
hall. Kleuer's orchestra will ,ive the
music for the series of parties.
AIKEN STREET COFFEE.
THE AIKEN STKEET I. AMIES" A 1 1
scciety wil ho d a eoff'-e at I he Ai-.eil
itreet chapel. t iincsday af t i'.'iio'ii P.t
, - . ''..
CARD PARTY AND DANCE.
I THE KNK HITS OF PYTHIAS A NO
their friends wil; hold i card part and
d;mce ton.crr.jw i-vf-nin-4 ' )dd 1'el-
lows' hail. Ari".noiiii-nts have heet
r.iade for a in i-t enjoyabU' i viin.i:.
MISS ELI-EN THOMPSON. :c'n
Nineteenth -ptreet , gave a Hallowe'en
party to 2" of her youns; friends Sat
urday evening. The young people
I came dressed in costume and spent, a
: merry eveninc identifying each other.
There were Hallowe'en games ;md re-i
freshuients suitable to the day were
BUSY WORKERS' MEETING.
THE IU SV WORKERS" ("LASS OF
Memorial Christian (liurcii will meet
;t the home ar .1. H. Johnson, ".hi; F"or-ty-third
street, next Friday evening.
ALL DAY SEWING.
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF THE
Rock Island County Humane society
win hold an all day sewing nicotine
i Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Keile
Jones, 1001 Seventeenth avenue. Lad
ies interested in the work of the soci-
y are invited to attend.
Ora.e Lutheran church will he given!
tomorrow afternoon at the home of;
Mm. Andrew Kempe. ":i.?.2 Eighth ave
nue. Mrs. Kempe w il; be assisted by :
Miss Edith Grade. daughter of
Coicnel . r iba;d racle. of United i
States rmy. will make her d- I
-ut l:i Wahlnton society Thanks- j
fivinf? nlht. Mi s G cie was
cated In "ew York and Paris. i .
O. E. S. SEWING SOCIETY.
THE O. E. S. SEWING SOCIETY
will meet tomorrow afternoon with
!Mrs. .7. W. Cavenee, 2Z Fifth avenue.
COURT OF HONOR DANCE.
ISLAND CITY COURT OF HONOR,
will give one of the series of
HALLOWEEN PARTY A N-
nounced tcnigl-.t by th? Endeavor soci
ety cf Mfinorii! Cliristiuu (hutch has
! been ahandrnrd. und instead the
! regular meeting of the society -.x ill be
held at the church. A social lime will
follow the be..-in: ss session.
; F. O. X. DANCE.
! THE F. O. X. CLFFi WILL GIVE A
'dancing j.arty at the Watch Tower
this evening. Th Criterion orfhes'ra
w ill give the program.
BIG INDIAN DANCE.
THE H. L. A. SOCIETY WILL GTVE
p. big Indian dance at Industrial hall
and other public places iu said city,
will be submitted to a vote of the elec-1
tors of said city. Said last ordinance j
was filed in the office of the city
clerk on the !th day of Augusr, Hill, j
Also at said election the proposi
tion fot the pafsage of an amendment'
to be kiiou n as Section 11 of ihc ordi-i
' nance entitled saloons, providing lor
increasing tte dram shop lice use to
one thousand ($1."00.(") dollars per
year, will be submitted to the electors. :
The polling places for this election
will he ;'s given below. In designating .
the polling place-., the street numbers '
an; used for convenience in locating
the polling places of the respective
noting precincts at this election and 1 ff
any voter desiring to cast nis vote at fa
this election must be a qualified voter J l
of the precinct. H j
The polling places of said election , 1;
will be as follows: ' t
1st rrecinct Yob's barber shop.
2nd Precinct C2S Eii-hth street.
3rd Precinct lull Third avenue.
4th Precinct 92 I Niuth sireet.
5th Precinct County jail budding.
Yo' ole Mammy cain't mak
better'n dese hean
A crisp, wholesome food made of
delicately Browned bits of corn.
To be eaten with cream or milk
and sometimes crushed or stewed fruit.
The Memory Lingers"
Posturn Cereal Co, Ltd, Battle deck. Mtch.
. Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 31st day of October,
1911, in the City cf Rock Island, in
I the County of Rock Island, and St2te
of Illinois, an election will be held in
: pursuance of and subject to the pro
: visions of the act entitled "An act
1 to provide for the incorporation of
(ii and villages." approvtd April
10, 187-', and in fore .Tuly 1, 1872,
and all acta amendatory there
; to, including one approved March
i 1 y 1 . and in force July
1, l&l'.i, and another approved May
2, 1911, and in force July 1, 1911.
Said election snail be held for the
: purpose of submitting to a vote to the
! electors of said city, an ordinance
(passed by the city council on the!
' Jth day of Jul-, 1911, and repassed
and reaffirmed Sept. 25, 1911, en
titled "An ordinance supplementary I
; to an ordinance entitled, an ordinance;
j g.ving permission to the Central L"n
. ion Telephone company, Hb success
'ors or assigns, to construct and main
i tain telepnoue Hues in the City of
! Rock Isiacd, 111., and for that pur
l pese to build conduits, tunnels, lat-
crals and an underground system and
to erect poles and string wires and.
.maintain the same over and under!
j the public highways, avenues and ai-
) ies iu me said cny.
j Also at said election, another or
dinance entitled "An Ordinance grant
; icg permission o the Tri-City Auto
' matlc Home Telephone Co., its suc
j cessors or assigns, to construct, raain
j uln and opera'e a Telephone Ex
j change in the City of Rock Island, II-
j linois. and for that purpose to build :
; conduits, erect poles, plate -cabies, i
'wires and fixtures tnereia and there-!
on and connect the necessary appii-:
jances and apparatus tterewith and!
i maintain the same through, under, i
lover and along the streets, avenues,
llth Precinct 14:14 SeVHUih ainnr
7th Precinct 11C1 I'ifteemli street.
Sth Precinct 1914 Third avenue.
?ih Precinct Kate Byrnes' barn on
Nineteenth street between Sixth ana
10th Precinct Hose house on Twenty-second
11th Precinct Schmids erocery, S23
: Twentieth street.
I 12th Precinct liose house on Tweu
i ty-sixth street.
13th Precinct 709 Twenty-sev-
11th Precinct 3110 Fifth avenue.
I lGth Precinct 510 Forty-fifth street.
16th Precinct Oancon's paint shop
'on Fourteenth avenue between TLirty
j eighth and Thirty-ninth streets.
! Which election will be opened at
'seven 7) o'clock In the morning and j
continue open until Ave (5) o'clock in
the evening of that date.
Dated at Ro- k Inland, 111., this 2Cth
cay of September, A. D. 1911.
M. T. RL'DGRE.V.
Uric acid ailments Rheumatism, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Gout, Eczema and the like immediate
ly suggest to tin- ell-xsleil ili'iiggit-t that iire.'M llrilisli
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He knows that in England, where rheumatic
troubles are most persistent, CELMO has brought
relief Xo thousands of sufferer. Its introduction into thin
country Uhm been a Messing to Americans, many ,f ulioin
hud suffered for HO years or more.
CKI,M(), unlike other rheumatic remetlies, Iics not dis
til' h tli ditjestion, heart or nerves. Xcitlier diK's it mere
ly ilcudcn the pain. The relief from suelliiiK, inrtainmtiin
and stitTeninn of joints nnil muscle Is prompt and erina
nent. Vour driiKnist will reroinmeinl (TX.MO tn yuii,
knfuving that its success in your case Mill strengthen jour
favorable opinion of him.
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Sometimes liver, kidney and bowel
, seem to go on a strike and refuse to
. work right. Thn you need those pleas
ant little strike-breakers Dr. King's
'New Life Pills to give them natural
aid and gently compel proper action.
Excellent health soon follws. Try
them. 25 cents, at all druggls's
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Do Results Count? See
Argus November 1.
Rock Island House Cafe
Second Ave., Seventeenth St.
We give the best meals and serve
to the very best people at moderate
Noon Luncheon 25c
A 2a carte service to h p. rn.
OVSTKIlrt A SPi: IAI.TV.
ROLLER SKATING SEASON
Rock Island Rink
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 1
Latest Band TIusic
Beginners Taught Free.
Rink will be open each afternoon and evening except