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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1911.
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HEDB ERG-STUD ER,
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS
Elizabeth Barber Studer, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Stu
der, 627 Thirty-fifth street, to
John Arthur Hedberg. son of Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Hedberg. 4409 Fifth ave
nue, was celebrated last evening at
S o'clock. The ceremony took place at
the home of the bride's parents, and a
company of 50 relatives were the
guests. Rev. Mr. Rowland of Calvary
baptist church. Davrnport. was the
officiating clergyman, the details of the
wedding txing carried out very pretti
ly. The house was decorated in a pro-
fuclon of palms, ferns, smllax and
white chrysanthemums, carrying out a
green and white color scheme. In the
front living room, whre the ceremony
was performed, had been erected an
Improvised altar, before which the cer
emony took place. The bride was at
tended by the groom's sister. Miss
Minnie Hedberg. ar.d the bride's twin
brother, Albert Studer, was the groom's
best man. The twin nieces of the
bride, Marion and Lucille Miner, of
Davenport, acted as flower girls pre
ceding the bridal couple, carrying bas
kets of flowers. Little Ixona Hedberg,
lister of the groom, and John Miner
aephew of the bride, pt retched white
ribbons from the back parlor to the
front parlor, forming an aisle leading
to the altar. Kairl Kirkman, a nephew
of the bride, carried the rings In a lit
tle basket of flowers. Before the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Miner played
"Hearts and Flowers ," and Mrs. Miner
played Mendelssohn's wedding march.
The bride wore a beautiful gown of
white satin trimmed with Irish point
lace. In her hair she wore a wreath
of orange blossoms sent from Los An
geles, Cal., by Mrs. Arthur KiehL and
she carried an arm bouquet of Kil-lu-ney
roses. The bridesmaid's gown
was white messaline, and the flower
girls, ribbon bearers and ring bearer
were dressed in white. Following the
ceremony a four-course supper was
served. Mr. and Mrs. Hedberg have
gone to housekeeping in their nome.
already furnished, at 447 Forty-fourth
s'reet. Mr. Hedber? Is a machinist
employed at the Williams and White
company, Moiine. From out-of-town
the guests were Mips Anna Reizen
steln of Iowa City ar.d Mrs. Fred
1 hompson of Belleville, Kan.
THE HOLY NAME CATHEDRAL,
Chicago, was the scene of a brilliant
crremony of yesterday morning at
10:30 when Alfred E. Walsh, the
Mr. Walsh Is vice president of the
Citizens Trust and Savings bank of
Davenport and identified with the
business Interests of fhe tri-cities.
Among guests from abroad at the
wedding weremany Davenport rela-
tives, including Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Walsh, E. J. Dougherty, Dr. A. W.
Carroll, L. J Dougherty. Mr and
Mrs. A. E. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs.
John Ryan, Fred B. Sharon, Mr. and I
Mrs. J. W. Walsh and the Misses
Minnie and Tressa Sharon of Daven
port and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
Walsh, Jr., of Rock Island.
TO PRESENT COMEDY.
THE READERS OF THE ROCK I
Island Musical club will present a I
one act comedy at a miscellaneous
meeting of the slub next Tuesday
evening. Because of a business ap
pointment of one of the members of I
the club the program will begin
promptly at 8 o'clock instead of
8:15 as heretofore. The first part of
the program will be a Sonata B flat
Major by Mozart for piano and Tio-
lin played by Miss Effie Johnson and
Professor Anker. Miss Larkin will
sing "Love's Dream" by Gregh and
the comedy will follow, the reader
members being assisted by Miss Elsa
Simon and Miss Alice Qnlnlan. The
play, "The Piper's Pay" by Miss
Margaret Cameron, will contain the
Mrs. John Burton (Peggy)
Mrs. Charles Dover (Mabel, a
bride) Mrs. Goldsmith
Mrs. Hereford-Carr ... Miss Pearce
Miss Freda Dixon Miss Teell
Mary Clark, a detective
Evelyn Evans, a reporter
, Miss Simon
Katie, a maid Miss Quinlan
Rcne: Mrg. Burton's boudoir.
(Specal to The Argus.)
ORION, DEC. 1. TODAY MR.
and Mrs. S. H. Callaway are cele-
Prof. 0. F.
well-known Davenport bsnker and hpntincr :htt.' rn.v tt.nHHin. ,nni.r.
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rhilomene Garvy, daughter of Mrs.
Mary A. Garvy, Arlington place, Chi
cago. The ushers were E. C. Walsh
and .Mark A. Walsh of Clinton,
Iowa, brothers of the rroom, Charles
Wolah of Burlington, and Eugene P.
Walsh 'of Davenport. Attending the
bride was her sister, Miss Lillian
Garvy, as maid of honor, while
James W. Walsh of Davenport was
Lost man. An elaborate wedding
breakfast was served ct the Black
stone hotel after the church cere
mony, only relatives of the bridal
couple, with a few intimate friends,
being entertained. Later Mr. and
Mrs. Walsh left on an extended wed
ding trip. The new home will be
on Kirkwood boulevard and Perry
street, on their return to Davenport.
The bride come3 of a wealthy Chi
cago family, and she has been prom
inent in the North side younger set
both socially and In charity work.
sary. Mr. Callaway was born in
Stratford, England, and came with
nts parents to Itica, N. Y., as a I
child. When he was 12 years old he
came west with his brother and set
tled near Orion, theta Deenington.
Miss Julia Harrison was born at
Bath, England, and came with her
mother to Detroit, Mich.. Mrs. Har
rison and her daughter came to Or
ion In 1861 and In the fall the young
folks were mr.rried in a home pre
pared by the groom. They lived on
this farm until five years ago when
they moved to Orion. The groom is J
72 and the bride 68 years. They have
seven children, Mrs. EEther Sayre,
Orion; Mrs. Pauline Callaway, Un
ion, Iowa; Mrs. Bertha Chase, Or
ion; Herbert, on the homestead;
John, principal of Kewanee high
school; Miss Alice, primary teacher
of Orion school; Ezra, Grand Junc
Dancing School Class
7:30 to 9.
Reception, 9 to 11:45
is now open tor business r.t
404 Fafety building. Third
avenue and Eighteenth st'eet,
southeast cf L. S. McCaba's
department store. Third ave
Guaranteed to satisfy.
Masquerade wigs for rent. I
make switches and also buy
Mary E. Goldman's hair dye
Ecc'.ns hours by appoint
ment. Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.,
Don't fcrset the Time, tho
Plice cr the Girl.
Cheese, fancy cream,
five pound bag
Buckwheat, old fashioned kind
pure, ten pound
Sweet cider, Duffy's pure un
a gallon .
Citron, lemon and orange peel
fancy. O fi
ll pound SmXJKf
Mackerel, large bright loston
Beauty Norway 4 rj-
Three for 25c
Corn, pumpkin, baked beans
and kidney beans, ' 0r
three cans s-JU
Canred strawberries, Aurora
brand in gocd syrup, 1f
a can 1 UG
Black raspberries, Golden Glow
Pi'.'kles, small, sweet midgets,
?,rrt- 30 c
' ocoanut, bulk, white shred
ded, a Ofjp
Ammonia, largo bottle hou
MISS ANNA GRAMANZ, BAVGH
ter of Mm. Emma Gramanz, 1504
Fourth avenue, and Edwiu Klie were
united in marriage Wednesday even-'
liug at 8 o'rlock at the home of the
bride's mother. Rev. I J. Rolf of the
German Evangelic,.! church performed
the ceremony, 40 friends and relatives
witnessing the service. The bride
wore white satin, trimmed in fringe
and she carried a bouquet of bride's
roses. Her sister, Mis Minnie Gra
manz, attended as bridesmaid and
Jchn Bysinger served the groom as
best man. The bridesmaid was
gowned In yellow satin and she car-'
ried an arm bouquet of white roses.
lne ceremony took place in a bower
of greenery and yellow and white
chrysanthemums erected in one cor
ner of the parlor. A three course wed
ding cupper was served. The couple
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obC ij! Pared "by the groom at Fourteenth
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2207 Fourth Ave. 8
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sells it for less.
328 Twentieth Street
YESTERDAY MORNING AT 8
o'clock at St. Anthony's church,
Davenport, was celebrated the mar
riage of Miss Jessie UnOerkireher,
daughter . of Mx. and Mrs. Joseph
Schappaeljer of 1922 Ripley street,
and Edward Joseph Collins of Bur
lington, Iowa, Rev. Father Flannery
performing the ceremony and cele
brating the nuptial mass. Attending
the bridal couple were Miss Mary
Srhappachcr, sister of the bride, as
bridesmaid, and Eug np Lamb of
Burlington, as best man'. The bride
was dressed in a novelty cloth suit
of navy blue, her hat being of blue
velvet. She carried an ivory prayer
bock. The bridesmaid was in a tan
suit and black hat. Following the
ceremony there was a wedding
breakfast served at the home of the
bride on Ripley street, where mem
bers cf the immediate family were
entertained. Mr. and Mrg. Colling
left for Burlington. Mr. Collins is
connected with the Tabor-Bruce Box
company of Burlington.
BANQUET FOR TEAM.
ARNO TREMANN, AT THE HOME
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tre-
mann, 741 Twenty-third street, last
evening was host to the members of
the high school football team and the
first tubs, Mr. Corneal, the coach, and
Mr. Hill, 17 young men being guest
at a Thanksgiving dinner. The table
was attractively decorated with the
high school colors, red and gold. As
a centerpiece of the large banquet
table was a large pumpkin carved to
represent a basket In this pumpkin
basket were favor tied with red and
gold ribbons extending to each plate,
fo pedal Saves Miles of Steps
tor Tired Feet.
What could you buy for ths
wife or mother that would
be more appreciated.
Below we picture the great
est Xmas Gift ever offered
at such a low price. Don't
judge it by the -price it's
worth a lot more they
won't last long so come in
and let us put one away for
you. Upholstered in Boston
leather well made frame
Sewing Table, '
Cheval Mirror, .
Doll Go Cart,
Play Yard, -Marathon
FOR THE HOME
Parlor Suite, 1
Is Hard Work
Clerks are busy and you
have to stand and wait until
one of them can give you
make shopping here a plea
sure for you if -we are all
busy you can
Be Your Own Salesman
All Prices Are In Plain Figures
Pick up the price tag rea'd
the price with your own eyes
everything here is open
; and above board.
Corner Chair and Rocker
Exactly lite cut MR
A XEW LIXE
OF PAT. -
We are show
new pieces up
ASK TO 8FE
Don't take up muqh room,
but large enough for grown
people. Rocker .matches
chair. Per set
a pleasure to show goods
The young men Bang, played garnet
and had a general good time till a
The St. Ambrose team was enter
tained at a dinner at the college last
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS GER
trude Schmidt, 839 Twenty-third
street, and Joseph A. Smith:
S09 Twenty-fourth street, wag sol
emnized this morning at 8:15 at
Sacred Heart Catholic church. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. J.
F. Lockney in the presence of a large
assemblage of interested friends and
relatives. Mendelssohn's wedding
march announced the approach of the
wedding, party, Mia Fryxell presiding
at the organ. Miss Catherine Thacher
served the bride as maid and M. Drlgga
was the groom's beet man. The bride
wore a dainty white gown trimmed
with lace and carried bride's roses,
and she 'wore a oainty lace cap flower
trimmed. The bridesmaid wa gowned
in blue. The bride has lived in this
city since childhood and has many
friends. Mr. Smith wag born and
reared In thig city and is in the em
ploy of Bradstreet ft Co. Mr. and Mrs.
Smith went for a short wedding trip,
and returning will reside in Rock
The Sons ot Norway will give
and after the serving of the dinner basket sociable at Turner hall. Mo-
each guest drew his favor, causing line, tomorraf evening. Friend are
much entertainment and fun. After invited.
dinner Irwin Wright and Roy Salx
mann, in costume, put on a vaudeville
act, proving splendid entertainers.
The Hi8se3 Dorothy Pleasants and
Henrietta Kinder will begin their
dancing claaset tomorrow afternoon
at 2:30 and 4 and the evening class
will begin at 7. Co, Instruction continu
ing till 8:30, after which time on an
orchestra wti! furnish music for
FOR MISS SWANN.
MRS. HARRY SWANN ENTER-
tained at a towel shower yes
terday afternoon at her home.
1601 Seventh street, in honor
of Miss Minnie Swann, whose mar
riage to Elza Lewis will take place
Notice ( Pablleatlom.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. To the January
Term. 112. In Chancery. ,
Tillie Valcourt v. Valmore Valcourt.
Affidavit of non-residence of the de
fendant. Valmore Valcourt, having been
filed in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice Is there
fore hereby riven to the said non-resi
dent defendant that the complainant
filed her bill of complaint in said court.
on the chancery side thereof on the
first day of December 1511 and that
thereupon a summons Issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pending,
returnable on the first Monday In the
month of January next, as is by law
Now. unless you. the said non-resl
dent defendant above named,- shall per
sonally be and appear before said cir
cuit court, on the first day of the next
term thereof, to oe noiaen at Hoc is
land, in and for said county, on the first
Monday In January next, and plead,
answer or demur to the said complain
ant's bill of complaint, the same and
the matters and things therein charged
and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you ac
cording; to the prayer of said bill.
James W. Maucker complainant's so
licitor. GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Hydrophobia Kill Artist.
Toledo, Ohio. Dec 1. Bert K.
Canfield, a wealthy artist, died at
his home at Ravenna, Ohio, from hy
drophobia. Canfleld'g specialty was
animal painting. He studied In
Europe, then opened a studio in New
York. A mad dog bit Canfield and
Joseph Grabenau eight weeks ago.
Grabenau died Nov. 4 and Canfield
went to New York and took the Pas
teur treatment but he was too late.
33 Oil Companies Now,
New York, D;c. 1. Thirty-three sub
sidiary comrftnles into which the
Standard Oil company was divided
after the supreme court decreed it
dissolution, began their separate, in
dividual exis'-ence today.
All the newt all the time. The"
fine to look at Light, .
wholesome and deli-.
cious good for
children if made with
Rumford. All cakes
are more wholesome
more delicious more
economical by using
ll THE WHOLESOME
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