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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY; DECEMBER 1, 1911.
spending the Thanksgiving vacation
with bom folks.
John Marker has returned home
from Springfield, where he had attend
ed the L O. O.'F. grand lodge meeting.
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'I I1HEE NEW PAEIS GOWXS.
Will Discuss Passports. At the
meeting of the congregation of Tem
ple Emanuel this evening the passport
question will be discussed. The discus
sion will be led by 8. Strauss, a former
New York newspaper man, and Bishop
Morrison. The closing remarks and
benediction will be given by Rev. Mr.
Prize Poultry Winners- Some cf the
prize winners were announced at the
poultry show yesterday. The winners
of the three silver trophy cups were
the White Line yards, L. H. Nutting
of Fejervary home, proprietor; for the
largest number of high-scoring birds In
the show room, W. G. Warnock of
Geneseo, 111.; for the highest scoring
10 parti-colored birds, and John Paua
tlan, Davenport, for the highest scor
ing 10 solid-colored birds In the show
room. This evening at 8 o'clock the
chicks hatched out In the Mandy Lane
incubator will be given away to mem
bers of the association, while it Is an
nounced that a 80-egg Incubator will
be given away to the highest scoring
bird of this hatch entered at next
year's show. The eggs for the Old
Trusty Incubator hatch at present
coming off In the enow room were fur
nished by Ralph W. Cram of Betten
dorf and Herman Relmers of Daven
port The show will clos tomorrow
Members to "Get Together." Mem
. beri of the Commercial club will come
together at the club building on the
evening of Dec. 14, for the first of a
series of "get together" meetings, at
which "local talent" will be the stellar
entertainers. Invitations are being
sent out to every member of the club
to attend the affair on the evening of
Dec. 14, and it Is anticipated that the
building will be filled with .them. These
attain will be strictly "stag." There
will be singing and music by a local
quartet and musicians, and a buffet
lunch will be served as the drawing
cards for the opening entertainment.
Henry Vollmer and C. A. Flcke will
give sb t talks, 10 minutes each, on
the opening night. These affairs, how
ever, will not be in the nattfre of
toasts and speech-making, but will be
for the purpose of bringing member
of the club together and Incidentally
making a display of local talent An
The cow to the left U from Gerson, of old gold Liberty silk un
der a peaoock blue spangled net . m price is (1)0.
The gown tn the center, of gold cloth, gold embroidery edged with
hlnchlUa fur from Beer, sella for $800.
Ttae gown to the right, made by Doulllet, of wistaria chiffon cloth,
eerlee over gown embroidered In gold, can be nought for $325."
orchestra has been engaged for the
opening evening. The entertainment
and luncheon will be free of cost to
C. I. Dabney and Charles Pope of
Mollne and E C. Kane of Rock Island
were "here last Spnday on a hunting
trip and took dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. James D. Kane.
Mrs. Ouy Walt and son Myron of
Le Roy came last Tuesday to spend
several weeks visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burgoyne.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Leeman left Fri
day for Oilman, Iowa, to make a 10
days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Par m enter.
T. K. Coles" fine shepherd dog was
poisoned laa- Saturday.
Mrs. William Beaumont went to
Rock Island Ust Thursday and visited
at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. E.
Buffum, till Saturday.
Mra. Nelson Bentley of Davenport
came last Saturday to visit till after
Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Bentley.
Carroll Marston of Marston was in
the village Sunday.
The ForeB-.org gave a mask ball at
the village hall Wednesday evening.
Albert Blaser and Charles Huntley
were in Rock Island Tuesday.
Hold Union Service. The union
Thanksgiving service of the Protest
ant churches of Mollne were held at
the First Methodist church and were
well attended. Rev. C. A. Lincoln of
the First Congregational church de
livered the principal address. He took
as his material numerous statements
from various business and professional
men aa to why they were thankful for
the events of the year. The sermon
was a very Interesting one. Other
pastors assisted with short talks. - The
choir from the First Baptist church
was In charge of the musical end of
the program and they did extremely
Quiet Day for Police. The police had
a quiet evening Wednesday, despite
the fact that there are usually more
coses of drunkenness at that time than
on ordinary holidays. One man was
arrested, and he was a young man
who had not yet learned when to put
the flowing bowl aside. A fine was
suspended over his head and he was
released on his promise to let booze
alone in the future.
Receive Nevw Books. A consider
able number of new books have been
received at the public library and are
being made ready for patrons. They
are for the most part treatises on sub
jects of practical use, euch as decora
tions of the home, needle work, out
door exercise, electrical work, and car
Many Out for Team. From present
indications the basketball coach at the
high echool will have a gymnasium full
of athletes from which to select the
five who will make up the varsity
quintet. Over 60 have reported for
practice, which will begin In earnest
now that the football season is over.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Close visited
with George Close and family Sunday.
Misses Izora Lee and Nora Whis
man were shopping in Rock Island Sat
urday. Hoyt Lee Is visiting his sister Lena
at TJrbana. .
Alec De Bords was a -Rock Island
visitor ' Saturday.
Miss Bessie Cooper of Macomb is
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and no cause for comnlaint
Let the children eat their fill of doughnuts if made from
Cottolene. There's no stomach-ache or indigestion in Cottolene
doughnuts, because Cottolene is a vegetable oil product, pure
and healthful as olive oil. It makes food rich, without making
it indigestible. It makes food palatable without the greasiness
of lard-soaked food. It is more economical than butter or lard
because one-third less is required.
From the standpoints of health and economy, Cottolene is j
unquestionably the leading cooking fat on the market
Use one-third less Cottolene than butter or lard
Cottolene shortens your food lengthens your lije
M&de only by THE N. K. FAIEBANK COMPANY
Last Friday night the barber
shop of Will Sterner was broken In
to and robbed o all the workmen's
tools and $30 In money. The thief
had climbed In through the opening
of the transom, after he had remov
ed It No one has yet been arrested
for the deed.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Elker of
Ophiem, who were recently married,
came In Saturday from Chicago to
visit a few days at the home of Mr.
Eiker's sister, Mrs. F. Wendt Her
brother, Bradford Elker, of Wood-
hull, who had been visiting her, left
for his home Saturday.
Mra. leader and daughters. Opal
and Jerfeese, of New Boston, who
had been spending a few days in
Rock Island, came to Aledo Satur
day for a short stay before their re
Mrs. Rebecca Duffleld, an aged res
ident of Aledo, felj at her home
Thursday and dislocated her hip. She
Is getting along as well as can be
expected. Her son. Will Duffleld, of
Eliza, spent Sunday with her.
Mrs. J. R. Clark of Keosauqua,
Iowa, who spent the past five weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Emrick, left
for her home Saturday. She was ac
companied by her Bon, J. W. Clark,
of Keokuk, who came to return with
Mrs. H. H. Weaverling has return
ed from a five weeks' visit with her
children In Rock Island and Daven
W. Thompson of Frankfort, Ind.,
who has spent a few days at the
home of C. R. CrostTand sister, left
for his home Monday. Mr. Thomp
son lived in this county in 1869
and 40 years ago was engaged In
carrying the mail across the coun
try from Monmouth.
Attorney W. J. Graham went to
Burlington to deliver an address to
the members of the Commercial ex
change concerning a proposed
Mrs. S. E. Edwards of Bryant,
Mo., who spent six weeks at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. John
Macklln, left for her home Monday.
Mrs. John Brldgford of Durant,
Iowa, who has been here visiting
Mrs. O. A. Brldgford, left Monday
for a visit in New Windsor.
Ira Reynolds of Redwood Falls,
Minn., Is spending the week with
relatives In Aledo and vicinity.
Mrs. J. A. Matchneer "and daugh
ter, Olive, went to Mollne Monday
for a short visit
Mrs. Emma Guthrie and Mrs. Ur
ma Strong and son went to Rock
Island Monday to visit.
Miss Gertrude Jamleson was a vis
itor In Rock Island Monday.
C. A. Beers was in Rock Island
Miss Blanche Smith of Lewis,
Iowa, who made an extended stay
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Smith, went to Reynolds Monday to
Mrs. B. E. Montriel of Fort Worth
Texas, is the guest of Mrs. F. L.
Mrs. James O'Marrow and baby of
Galesburg came Monday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gar
ner. Mrs. W. W. Moore and son re
turned Monday from Yates City,
where they spent a few days at the
home of Mrs. Selmon Jobes.
Rev. Mr. Qutst of Shenandoah,
Iowa, left Monday for his home af
ter a short visit with friends here.
He was called to this city by the
death of Mrs. Christina Rumbom.
Lloyd Freiee, who Is ill of pneu
monlo, Is improving.
Mrs. J. H. BJorkman went to
Galva Tuesday to spend a few days
Miss Bernice Saylor returned to
her home in Milton, Iowa, Tuesday
after spending several weeks here
in the conservatory of music. She
will resume her studies later In the
Mrs: Roy Brown went to Keiths
burg Tuesday to spend a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Harrison,, and attend the mar
riage of her sister. Miss Blanche
Harrisqn, to Professor Carlton
Smith, which occurred Thanksgiv
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Church of Gro
ver, Col., visited a week with Mr.
Mrs. H. B. Eshbach went to Nrv
Boston Tuesday to visit her daugh
ter, Mrs. D. 8. Prentiss.
Mrs. John Brldgford of Durant,
Iowa, arrived here Tuesday from
New Windsor to visit at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Poland.
Mrs. Alfred Johnson returned to
Canton Wednesday after a few
days' visit with her son, A. Rum
bom and family. She also attended
the funeral of Mrs. Christina Rum
bom. Miss Florence Whan went to New
Windsor Wednesday to spend a
short vacation with relatives.
Misses Lois and Mildred Vertrees
left Wednesday for Rushvllle to
visit friends until Saturday.
Mrs. W. W. Warnock &nd sister.
Miss Mamie Simpson, also Miss
Mattle Eakman, were visitors In
Rock Island Wednesday.
Misses Lucy and Lydia Taylor
were tri-clty visitors Wednesday.
H. R. Morgan went to Davenport
Wednesday to attend - the trWettf
poultry show. Mr. Morgan has
some of his fine , partridge wyan-
dottes on exhibition.
miss Maggie Thompson went to
Moline Wednesday to visit at the
home of her brother. Samuel
Thompson, over Thanksgiving.
The Jubilee meeting held Tuesday
evening in honor of the completion
of the William and Vashtl college
endowment fund was one of Thanks
giving and good will. An excellent
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program was carried out and a gen
eral good time was enjoyed.
Harry Nicholson and son of Port
Byron were here Saturday.
L. I Baker, who formerly resided
here. Is at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. J. L. Wells, 5821 Indiana avenue,
Chicago, I1L He will be 87 years old
Doc. 5. He has been ailing for some
time, but is somewhat better.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobs are
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visitslng relatives at Mathersville.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. lee have re
turned from a visit at Bloomlngton. ,
The Ladles' Aid society will meet
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well. The proceeds of the dinner, supper
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