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THE ROCK ISEAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, XOVE3IBER 21, 1911.
SHOWER FOR MISS BOLLMAN.
THE MISSES ANNA KENNEDY
and Mabel Trenkenschuh entertained
24 girl friend at tee latter' home.
1106 Fifteenth street, last evening, at
a kitchen Bhower In honor of Miss Nina
Bollman, -whose marriage to Thomas
Strickland will take place early In
December. The home was beautifully
decorated throughout In the chosen
colors of the bride-to-be, pink and
white. In a guessing contest "kitchen
quiz," Miss Jessie Folsom won
the first prize and the con
solation fell to Miss Lillian W1V
Hams. At a late hour the guests were
lead to the dining room by Miss Boll
man, where an elaborate supper was
eerved. The dining room was a bow
er of pink and white crepe paper and
hearts. The center-piece was an arti
ficial lake filled with jrOld fishes, frogs,
etc. The place cards were pictures
of the bride and groom-to-be. The
favors were small white bags of rice
tied with pink ribbon at the end of
which were fastened white candy
hearts with the initials of the bride
and groom-to-be and the date of the
wedding. After supper the bride-to-be
was requested to take her place In the
corner of the dining-room while little
Ruth Trenkenschuh, dressed in pink
and white, delivered the gifts to her
In a small express wagon, decorated
in the bride'B colors. The guests were
held in suspense while Miss Bollman
opened the packages, some of which
caused much merriment, although they
will find a useful place in her kitchen.
At a late hour the girls departed show
ering congratulations on Miss Boll
HAROLD BAUER TONIGHT.
HAROLD BAUER. THE EMINENT
pianist, this evening appears In a con
cert program at Augustana college
auditorium, under the auspices of the
college conservatory of music. The
beats are practically all sold and a ca
pacity house is assured. Bauer has
achieved such wonderful success In the
imibical world that music circles of the
three cities and vicinity are delighted
at the opportunity of hearing him bo
ciose at home. Ills program is varied
and a musical treat is in store.
zar is to open at three o'clock Thurs
day afternoon and continue through!
the evening. There will be general j
fancy work, fruits, flowers, home,
made candles, chlldren'a wearing ap-,
parel, dolls and other departments;
in the offering of goods for sale. The:
doll table will be a center of attrac-i
tion, for there will be found dolls!
by the dozen; dolls of all descrip-j
tlons. A. novelty will be shown In;
the "brownie" dolls, of which a large
supply has been prepared.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S BRANCH.
MISS HAZEL ROLLS WAS HOST
ees to the members of the Young Peo
ple's branch at Its meeting at the As
sociation house, 637 Seventeenth street,
last evening. The early part of the
evening was devoted to business, all
arrangements for the entertainment to
be given at the Y. M. C A. Tuesday ev
ening, Nov. 2S, being completed. Be
tides the farce, "The Sweet Family,"
i. is planned to give a pantomime, and
a candy booth was arranged to be a
feature of that evening.
At the close of the business, the fol- j
lowing program, arranged by Miss I
Myrtle Woods, was given: j
Song, "Onward, Christian Soldiers" !
Paper. "How the Women Saved the j
Day" Miss Mary Maxwell. !
Reading. "A New Covenant" Mrs. j
Edna Reed Hoffman.
Scripture lesson. j
Reading, "A Turning Point" Miss
Emma Pettit. I
Song, "When the Troops Come '
Marching Home" Society. I
Reading, "A Greedy Bottle" Miss :
Hazel Bergstrom. j
The hostess served refreshments at
the close of the evening. Anna Berger '
will be the December hostess of the ;
MRS. HATTIE DE LESCAILLE OF
Prospect Terrace, Davenport, enter-:
talned at a 1 o'clock luncheon to
day. Rock Island, Moline and Dav-j
enport ladies being the guests. The
tables were spread for 18 guests, the!
decorations carrying out the colors,!
yellow and white. As a table center
piece was a large ball of button
chrysanthemums in the colors yel-:
low and white and extending from!
it to the chandelier were streamers '
of yellow satin ribbon. The places
Presbyterian church are introducing' were marked with beautiful band
an innovation In connection with painted cards in yellow and white;
their annual bazar this year. In and placed about the rooms were1
addition to their sale of fancy goods, baskets of the yellow blossoms. The
they are preparing to give a fine I guests present were Mesdames M. L.
supper. They have announced that ! Copp, II H. Cleavelnnd. W. J. S ween-I
the menu will include chicken pie. 1 cy. F. K. Rhoads, J. F. Rohinson, C. E. ;
mashed potatoes, escalloped corn, j Sharpe. James McXamsra. A. Mosen-!
home baked beans; home boiled felder. Robert Wapner. W. B. Mclntyre.
ham, cranberry sauce, pic kles. Jelly, js. .T. Collins and T. B. Dr.vis of Rock
rolls, ire cream, cake and coffee, j island ; Mrs. A. I. Ebi of Moline and;
This tempting spread will be served jjIrB. E. A. Shaw. Mrs. Joe R Lane,
in the Sunday school room of the j Mrs R. H. Harned and Miss Reader
church Thursday evening. The ba-Jof Davenport. The luncheon was1
.. : fojioTv foy card games. This is one
ONE MILLION DOLLARS FOR of a series of parties given by the1
THE LADIES OF BROADWAY
A GOOD STOMACH.
Ttiis Offer Should lie a Warning to
Kvery Man and Woman.
The newspapers and medical Jour-
20TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY.
MR. AND MRS. A. D. MARTIN OF
1S23 Twenty-fifth avenue, Moline, en-
nals recently have had much to say tertained about 3u old time frienda
relative to a famous millionaire's ' Saturday evening in honor of their 2"th
offer of a million dollars for a newiuedding anniversary. All but one of
stomach. the gues-ts outside of the family at
This great multi-millionaire was j the wedding In Rock Island Nov. IS,
too busy to worry about the condi-.ism, were with them Sa?uiday even
tion of his stomach. He allowed his ius. Most of the g'!e.-ts had known
dyspepsia to run from bad to worse Mrs. Martin all her life and Mr. Mar
nntfl in the end it became incurable, j tm from the time he came to Rock:
His misfortune serves as a warn- isiand in l 1
ing to others. j irf,e link an,j white chrysanthe- :
r.ery one w no Miners wnn ays- i muTns w f.le us,..i Ks decorations and
IieHsia for n few verj will pivp ov.l
erythin he owns for a new stem-
Dyspepsia is commonly caused by;
s.ti abnonpal state of the gastric
Juices, or by lack of tone in the walls
if the Ft.njai h. The result is that
te r'C'Kiih Io.-'- its power tcr (life-'
We are now able to supply cer
tain f.issiiiK -U tuents to help to
restore to the pasrric Juices their di
: t'e f wer aii ti aid in making
t ": ; !-.o;n; ch strong and well.
We know that Kexall Dyspepsia
T.-ibicts are i" s! dependable reui-
!y for d'.sord'r-d stomachs, indi-
s:i-n ar.d dys;.Ts:n.
We want you to try them and
v HI reftiT" your money if you are
let more t! an satisfied with the re
sult. Three sizes, "." cents, ."'" cents and
ft. Remember, you can obtnin Kex
re - 'u., community only
r o'r -:nre the Uexnl! store. The
Thomas Drue --v ,
the colors jink and white were carried
out in the elaborate "upper which fol
lowed, ilr. and Mrs Martin received
many congratulations and numerous
beautiful remembrances. A congratu
latory tHeraru was received from
their son Ralph, wl'o is in Chicago and
w;.s unable to be prese;;:. Guests
weie present from Rock Island. Dav
enport, lier.csco and Peoria.
PARADISE-TR EN AM AN.
MISS LI CY THEN A .MAN AND
Louis A. Paradise v.ere united in mai
rieiie at '. o'clock yesterday morning
at the parsonage of the First Congre
gational church. Mo'.iue. . Rev. C. A.
Lincoln officiating Attending the
biidal co'ip'e were the bride's father,
K. M. TM'.aman. her brother, Rolv r.,
Jr.. and her grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Ezra Wile her cf Hoc k Island. The
bride wore a trnvrlin? s::it of blue and
a becoming white beaver hat. Mr.
end Mrs. Paradise 1 ft for Chicago,1
where they will visit relatives, ar.d on
t lit i r return will reside in East Moline
where a new home is being completed.
Mr. Paradise is employed by Deere
v: Co. in Mas: Moline.
ANNOUNCE BRIDAL PARTY. !
ANNOUNCEMENT HAS BEEN!
; made of the Waish-Garvy bridal party i
I for the wedding of Miss Philomene j
; Garvy. daughter of Mrs. Mary A Garvy ;
of Arlington place. Chicago, to Alfred:
I E. Walsh of Daverport which will'
i take place at the Holy Name cathedral
i . nar.ksc; inz morning at H':;:u. Miss
, , . , , , ... , Sicilian Garvy. sister of the bride, willj
ilea lets oi advertising calen- be maid of honor, and j. w. waisU;
n , f , ; of Daer.port will serve his brother as l
C2TS at COSt 0 SiOCK. best man. while the ushers will be!
. : E. A. Walsh and Mark A. Walsh of;
Ttere are 1,000 designs Clinton, brotlu rs of the groom. Charles ;
frorj which you can make a seOVal-n of 3urlir.grtyi. Iowa, and Eugene,
" i Walsh of Davenport. The weddinc
; breakfast following the ceremony will
Car: print up order same day be at the Biackstone hotel. j
r.s received. ' '
i ANNUAL COFFEE AND SALE.
The tcsl designs are going, the anncal coffee and
rapidly. Call if you can Or,sa;e of tbe Young Ladies' society of
tue oerman Lutneran cnuren win be'
W ' . 1 l . K.,nl. V n. rr-1 1
r hone West 205 and we will
:nd a salesman.
L.E. West Gum Co
1510-12 Second Avenue.
day afternoon and evening.
W. REED. AT THE PAR-
Big Bargains from the Chicago Auction Sale of Lyons Bros.' Half Million Bankrupt Stock. Select
ed by our buyer, on the spot; the plums of the immense wind-up sale of Lyons Bros merchandise.
Fisk & Loosley again give Moline the Bargain Benefit of their unparalleled Buying Facilities.
"Women who know" will recognize the splendid money-saving opportunities here during this
week's selling. Read this ad and see. Save Money by Buying at This Sale.
THE BIGGEST RIBBON BAR
1000 yards ribbons, every width,
4 Inches to 7 Inches; rich lustrous
heavy silk ribbons, beautiful com
Wnstlons of stripes, bars, Persians,
floral, etc; ribbons made to sell at
up to 75c a yard; positively not a
yard worth less than 40c Take
your choice for this sale at 25c a
The best cooking in the
city at onr cafe.
75C SILK SCARFS FOR 49C.
65-Inch silk scarfs, hemstitched
borders, solid colors; choice of
blue, brown, navy, cadet, pink
white, etc, for 49c
MEN'S $1.50 WOOL SWEATERS
Men's gray knit sweaters, neatly
trimmed and finished, sizes S3, 40,
42 and 44, really worth $1.50, for
69 o each.
10c COTTON FLANNEL FOR 7 c
This purchase enables us to sell
500 yards of this 10c unbleached
cotton flannel, well fleeced, for
$3.00 SHOPPING BAGS FOR $1.50,
Twenty-five of them I the gener
ous sizes, made up of superlative
seal leather, grain Morocco, etc.,
the shopping bag you really rath
er enjoy opening up where folks
can see the kind you carry. These
$3.00 bags (some are $3.50 bags)
going at $1.50 each.
Home made cake at our
Cafe. Pies baked to order.
Ladies Beaver Shawls
Less Than Cost
From Lyon Bros.' bankrupt sale, a bargain in splendid
warm beaver shawls with special attention. Reversible fring
warm beaver shawls worth special attention. Reversible
fringed gray, brown and tan beaver shawls, the most con
venient outdoor quick wrap money ea nbuy.
Four Bargains Worth Com
ing Miles to Get
$2.25 $3.00 $4.00 $6.00 $7.50
Beaver Beaver Beaver Beaver Beaver
Shawls Shawls Shawls Shawls Shawls
for for for for for
$1.50 $1.97 $2.75. $3.50 j $4.97
G dozen $1.00 knitted
scarfs, assorted colors, IV2
yards long, not $1.00 but 50c
A lot of $1.00 knitted pet
ticoats, each 50c.
A lot of 50c knitted petti
coats, each 25c.
5 dozen ladies' white, all
worsted yarn sweater coats,
worth $3.9S, $5, $5.98 and
$7.50. Instead of $7.50 or
$5.9S, or $5.00, or $3.97, pick
out vour size for-$2.97.
Selling the $25.00 Tailored
Suits for $12.50
The tremendous selling of these $25.00 suits for $12.50
with free alterations ,makes it necessary to ask for a little in
dulgence in time. To insure a first class fit we urgo early
choosing; don't wait until the last of the week. The values
are exactly as we state $25.00, $22.50 and $20.00 suits for
$12.50. It's too good to miss. Come Tuesday or Wednes
day. Special Purchase of Human
Last week's extraordinary display of high clajss human
hair goods brought to us a fresh proposition which we ac
cepted: a proposition which enables us to put on sale this
week a new lot of fine sanitary human hair switches at
prices astonishingly low. Switches at $1.00, $2.00, $3.00,
$4.98, $6.98, $7.50 and $10.00 on which w challenge com-parison.
Lyon Bros. Knit Underwear
Ladies' warm knit .fleeced,
blear-hed vests and pants,
rpii!ar sizes 5 and 6, and out
'1706, 7. 8 and 9. A good lot
of them to lpgin with, regu
lar 50c value for 39c a gar
ment. Ladiep'rf-ream fleeced union
Eiiits. sizes 4. " and 6. These
are also regular ZOc gar
ments, choice for 3Sc.
One lot children's union
suits gathered together from
the qualities selling regular
ly at r,0c; take these for 39c
Children's knit tlpepins
garments, sizes C to 10 years.
the kind with feet; some are
most of them are the regular
i-Oc prade; choice for 39c.
Mi's blue fleeced havy ribLeu undershirts, every
garment j.cmct, and wo'th .t. Sizes 3tl to 42. take
'em for 39c.
5c Torchon Laces for 2y2c.
Our buyer's Chicago trip
brings us nearly 500 yards of
these 5c cotton torcho'n laces
much in use right now. This sale
eives them tn vnn for 2',e vard
10c Outing Flannels, 64c
While this lot lasts, good
heavy nap outing flannels la
light or dark patterns.
vou want until sold, not 10c, bnt
Dr. Denton's C5c kind:
25c French Lawns for 10c
There are 300 yards of these 25c
French lawns, 15c Lineweave
suitings; 20c mercerized wait
ings, all grouped in one price lot;
ice for 10c yard.
50c Wood Dress Goods 25c
500 yards double width (36
inch) wool plaids, mixtures and
fancy stripes, bought at the sale
in Chicago so that we let It go
at 25c a yard.
I high t
The best line of ladies' tan shoes In the city, mad
oe last, Dest quality leainer, wen soics, every
e on the new A
Lyon Bros Hosiery Cheap
Men's heavy wool mix
ed socks, sold everywhere
for 25c a pair; the way we
bought them lets us make
the price 15c a pair.
Men's black cashmere
socks, regniany zoe; on
these also, we make the
price 15c a pair.
Children's 15o black
fleeced ribbed stockings
for 9c pair.
Ladies' pure silk hose.
4-incn Javender top, not 50c but 39c pair.
Ladies' black fleeced 25c stockings, 15c
Ladies' thin black mercerized stockings,
"seconds" of 25c stockings, 15c pair.
i i m v.
Bargains in Gloves
All sizes end colors children's
woolen mittens, choice tor 5c pair.
Ladies' golf gloves, ail sizes, for
I. yon' KroH.' men's soft brown
cape dress gloves, worth S5c for
49c a pair.
Men's warm lined leather work
gloves and mitttns, regularly ,c.
some a little soi'ed, but at the
price, a rare bargain; not ."Uc Lut
29c a pair.
Canvas gloves for furnace work,
aH sizes, not 10c, but 5c a pair.
Mrr's black cashmere fleeced win
ter gloves. 5 "c ones for 39c pair.
Belt Pine and Brooches at Less Than
Third Fioor Furniture, Curtains, Rugs and Carpets.
Rare Savings Here for Customers Who Know.
About 100 pieces of jewelry from
the bankrupt stock: belt pins, brooch
es, beauty jins. stick pins, etc ev
ery single article made to sell for
at least 25c; take your pick for 10c
Six patterns good Chitia matting,
net 15c but 9c yard.
Oidfas'nioned rag carpet, the kind
that never wears out, 25c yard.
Standard linoleum in good pat
terns, 4 yards wide, per square yard,
not C&c but 59c.
Big 4-pound cotton batts, worth
$.', slightly soiled, fpr 75c.
Haby crib blankets, white with
pretty pink a:id blue borders, not
2"c, but 19c each.
Nice thick, warm 12-4 tan or gray
blankets, the kind for ?1.45 pr.
0-foot golden oak extension din
ing table, 42-inch top, for $10.00.
With any bed sold this week
at over $5.00, customers may I
also buy a $6.53 felt mattress for
$15.00 couch, beBt Imitation leath
er, special $12.75.
Good solid golden oak - rocking
chair, well braced, special value at
Sanitary wire couches, worth
$3.75. this week $2.75.
Choice of six patterns pretty wall
paper for 5c a roll.
One lot velvet and Axminster
rugs, 64 inch, worth $1.50 and $1.75;
"seconds," so, while they last, $1
Baby coach white fur robes, each
Lace Curtains Greatly Underpriced for This Week's Selling
Brussels net curtains, the good
kind, but slightly soiled, two price
I'p to $.1.00 values for $2.50 pair.'
Up to $6.00 values for $3.97 pair.
Six pairs beautiful net curtains
with cluny lace insertion and edge,
worth to $8.75 at $4.97 pair.
Two hundred lace curtain cor
ners, each 2 yards long and the full
width of the curtain, showing pat
terns of lace curtains worth up to
$5.00 a pair. Many of them can be
matched up in pairs. Some have
been "snagged" a little In the cor
ner where the price ticket hag been
torn out; but half at least are per
fect. Two lots.
"Snagged" curtain corners 15c ea.
Perfect curtain corners 20c r-ach.
Calicoes and Muslins.
Oil boiled Turkey red ealico, tho
8c kind, for 5c yard.
1000 yards dress styles calico
worth Be, going with Lyon Bros.'
goods for 4c a yard; 10 yards (no
more) for 39c.
Double fold dress percales, not 28
inch but 32 inches wide, not 10c but
Bleached or unbleached sheeting,
the 9-4 two-ancKa-quarter yards width
that every body wants. Take your
choice, bleached or unbleached, not
27V4c nor 25c, but 17c a yard. Not
over 5 yards to each.
Genuine 12'6c Everett cheviots,
plain or striped, B'Bo yard.
;00 yards unbleached muslin, good
quality 27 Inch 10 yards, no more
for 39c; 4c yard.
Table Silver at Our Jewelry Dept.
Vm. Rogers' famous plain tipped
teaspoons, not 75c but 49c per set
Silver plated knives and forks,
six of each, 12 pieces, for $1.50.
Wm. Rogers' Arbutus pattern but
ter knives for 49c
Sugar spoons to match 49c.
Rare Savings Here in Toilet Sundries
Good black rubber hot water bot
tles, the Zc. 2-quart kind, 49c each.
Genuine Peroxide of Hydrogen,
not lT.c nor 10c, but 6c bottle.
Good hair brushes, solid back,
worth 2"'C, for this sale, 14c each.
Woodworth's Violets of Sicily, or
Crab Apple; choice of either of
these 50c perfumes for 29c an
ounce. Bring your bottle.
A big variety of tooth brushes
at 9c each.
Palm Olive soap, 3 cakes for 25c.
Dr. Graves' tooth powder 14c.
Housefurnishings. 2d Floor
Shelf paper, not 4c but 2c pkg.
Galvanized wash tubs 29c.
6 dozen clothes pins for Ec
Potts' sad irons, set 69c.
Little Jewel toilet paper 3 for 5c.
Wire potato mashers, each 1c.
Beautiful white and gold dinner sets, full 100 pieces, not $15.50 but
$7.50 a Set.
One lot odd tumblers, sherbert glasses, beer glasses, Ptc, have been
up to loc. choice for 5c each.
f ISfcLOOSLEY Co
ing Groceries Here
These prices to customers in the
store; no telephones.
Ceresota flour, sack, $1.45.
Fels-N'tfbtha soap (with grocery
order) 7 for 25c.
"Soaked" peas, 2 cans for 15c.
Either seeded or seedless rals
Ins, pounds 10c
Parsnips, turnips cr carrots, 20c
Willow Twig, hand picked winter
apples, 85c bushel.
Freeh ginger snaps, 6 pounds for
25c, with grocery order.
Good pearl buttons, the wanted
sizes, worth 5c, 2Jc a dozen.
Rick rack braids, all widths,
Ihoice for 4c
Pins, 420 to the paper, the best
triple nickeled kind, not 6c a paper
but 3 for 10c.
Children's 10c black hose support
ers, 5c pair.
Goo'l black tubular shoe strings
for a cent a pair, 1c
Hair pin cabinets, assorted sizes,
not 10c but 6c a cabinet.
Linens Just in Time for Thanksgiving
Four nice patterns $1.25 bleached all pure liifen table cloths; rholc
for this sale, 98c yard.
Napkins to match each pattern at $1 75 and $1.65 th bmM vzea'
Handsome scalloped buffet scarfs, 20 by Z aad 20 t 54 laches,
$3.75 scarfs for $2.50; $2.25 scarfs for $U..
Good firm 18-inch unbleached linen cranh, the BVfcc riallfy 7c yard
They will live in Silvis. Mr. Ragon is i Island commanderr of the Masons
; sonage of the First Baptist church. I crapioyed as switchman cn the Rock I will give the first of a series of wln
i yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock ofn- Island. j ter parties at the Masonic temple
: c:at!-J at the marriape cf Miss Faye : j this evening. There will be cards
. M. Hali to Hugh R. Ragon. both of Sil-j MASONIC CARD PORTY. jand dancitg. the Criterion orchestra
i vis. The couple was unattended. THE LADIES OF TILE E.OCK.I fuxuisiioe iba niusic
MK3. ANNIE E. MOSES AND MT
nard F. Taylor were married last even
ing st 7:30 at the home of the bride,
1410 Fifh avenue Dr. H. W. Reed of
the First BaUat church iiarf arming J &Tenue.
the ceremony. The couple was unat- j Lame batk comes on suddenly a'nJ
tar.rtc fr Tavinr fa omr.ir.v..,! -, is extremely painful. It la caused bj
switchman on the Burilngton. Thfy
will make tbeir home at 1110 Fifth
rheumatism of the muscles. Quick
relief is afforded by applying Cham
berlain's Liniment. ol by &