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THE KOCK AttGUS.; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, IITI1.
Frank Cole of St. John's M. E. church
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery left for
the east. They will make their home
in East Orange, N. J. The bride is
a graduate or tne Aavenpon. nigu
school and also of Gertrude house.
Chicago. She held the position of
kindergarten governess at Evanston,
IIL. until recently. Mr. Montgomery,
whose former home was in ' Flint,
Mich., is an electrical engineer, being
a graduate of an electrical college in
Washington, D. C. '
TRIO LODGE HOST
TO MANY MASONS
Masters and Members of All
Bodies in the County Are
RO ESN ER-M AX FIELD.
MISS ADA A VICE MAXFIEU).
daochter of Baxter Maxfleld, and Ar
thur Roesner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Roesner, were united in mar
riage yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the parsonage of the Grace Luther
an church. Rev. I. O. Nothsteln offi
ciating. The sister and brother of
the bridegroom were the only attend
ants. The bride wore a white serge
dress trimmed in satin bands and
carried bride roses. , The bridesmaid.
Miss Hedwig Roesner, wore a white
dress of basket weave material and
carried pink pale carnations. A wed
ding supper was served at the Roes
ner borne, 414 Seventh street, Moilne,
only the Immediately family being
present. Mr. and Mrs. Roesner left
on an evening train for a short wed
ding Journey and will return to Mo
line to make their borne. The bride's
going awsy gown was of light gray
suiting and she wore a large black
bat. Mrs. Roesner baa lived in Mo
line but two years, having come from
Kewanee. Mr. Roesner has always
made Moline Lis home and is em
by the Bennett Organ com-
THE HOME OF MR. AND MRS.
J. H. Effland, 208 Fourth avenue, Mo
line, was the scene of a pretty wed
ding Wednesday evening when their
daughter. Helen Margaret, ' was
united In marriage to Edward Mal
colm Ericson, son of John Ericson.
The ceremony was performed at S
o'clock by Rev. Richard S. Haney,
pastor of the Second Congregational
church. Thirty-five guests witnessed
the ceremony. Attending the bridal
couple were the bride's sister. Miss
Clara Effland, and Edwarl Wahl-
strand. Mr. and Mrs. Ericson left on
a wedding trip which will take them
to Minneapolis. On their return trip
they will stop for a short visit at Des
Moines. They will be at borne to
their friends after Feb. 15 at 1301
Mr. Ericson is employed as a me
chanic at Rock Island arsenal. Ilia
bride has been In the alteration de
partment of the M. & K. store in Rock
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS LEXO
ra Fox to John II. Pruett was a pretty
ceremony of Christmas night at the
home of the mother of the groom,
Mrs. Mary J. Pruett, on College ave
nue, Davenport, Rev. J. W. Eltzholts
of the ML Ida Presbyterian church
officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Pruett left
later for Indiana, where they will
visit the sifter of the bride before
going to Rawson, Ohio, to make their
future home. Thev will reside on the
farm of the bride's father near Raw
son after Feb. 1. The bride has been
employed at St Catherine's school
since making her home In Davenport.
Mr. Pruett was a conductor In the
Tri-City Railway service.
A PRETTY WEDDING OF
Wednesday night took place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brutus,
1510 Rock Island street, Davenport,
when their daughter Dorothy became
the bride of Theodore David Mont
gomery of New York City. Rev.
FOR MISS NELSON.
MISS JENNIE NELSON. WHO IS
to be married to Bruno C. Carlson,
Jan, 2, was the guest of honor at a
handkerchief shower given at the
home of her cousin, Miss Theresia
Nelson, 118 Third street, last evening.
A musical program was given by sev
eral of the guests and Miss Pearl Sa
rille gave a most appropriate reading.
A four course luncheon was served,
covers being laid for 12. The home
was charmingly decorated in green
and red. the wedding colors,
yellow and white, forming the
color scheme in the table dec
orations. Each guesj. was given para-
fine out of which she was to make a
cupid. Miss Carrie Peterson winning
the favor in this contest. In another
contest the Misses Agnes and Flora
Abrahamson won favors.
The guests were the Misses Selma
Samuelson, Ella Wright, Ebba Abra
hamson, Agnes Abrahamson, Carrie
Fay. Esther Malmrose, Nellie Free
man. Clara Saville, Minnie Johnson,
Flora Abrahamson and Carrie Peter
LUNCHEON FOR VISITOR.
MRS. CHARLES SCHNEIDER EN
tertained at a six course luncheon fol
lowed by 500 Thursday afternoon at
the New Harper in honor of her
sister, Mrs. L. W. Ellinwood of In
dlanapolls. Other out of town guests
were Mrs. W. C. Snivley of Ipava,
111., Mrs. George Buechner and Mrs
L. Moeslnger, Clinton, Iowa; Mrs. S
Ruggles, Grinnell. Iowa; Mis. D,
Crooks, Watertown, and Mrs. Charles
Wltherell, Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Ellin-
wood and daughter Gertrude received
the guest favors, Mrs. Moeslnger win
ning first, Mrs. John Ohlweiler sec
ond, and Mrs. Robert Fullerton third,
at cards. Mrs. H. B. Hubbard re
ceived the favor in a game partici
pated in by a number of the -ladies.
AFFAIR HUGE SUCCESS
Banquet to 300 Served in the Tem
ple and Then Degree Work
Is Put on.
Some excellent values in men's patent colt shoes
but cood styles, shocc that. retailed for $.1.50
to $5.00, on sale at
Women's shors, broken lots of brown
high grade footwear retailed tt 3.50
to $5.00, on sale at
kid and calf, patent colt,
This sale Is for one day, Saturday,
Dec. 30. Come early and fit your
1726 2d Avenue
MRS. J. F. ROBINSON WAS HOST
ess to a party of CO last evening at
her home on Twentieth street, the
guests coming dressed as children
and each one receiving a toy from
the Christmas tree which greeted
them as they entered the home. The
evening was spent in enjoying child
hood games and a lap supper was
ANNIVERSARY DINNER. -MR.
AND MRS. ROBERT WAGNER
gave a dinner party last evening at
their home on Twenty-third street,
yesterday being Mrs. Wagner's birth
day anniversary. Christmas decdra
tions were used and covers were laid
FOR MISS SEARLE.
MRS. C. J. SEARLE RECEIVED 20
girl friends of her daughter Margaret
Thursday afternoon from 3 to C at a
holiday party. The young ladies
played games during the afternoon
and a dinner was served at 5 o'clock.
Winter decorations were used.
WILLIAM MORROW OF ILLINOIS
City and Miss Elva Richards of Anda
lusia were married Thursday after
noon by Justice J. H. Cleland.
CLUB'S FIRST DANCE.
The first membership dancing party
at the new Rock Island club home
was given last evening, about 75
The entertainment provided by the
excellent host. Trio lodge No. 5Z of
Mascns, for the masters and members
of other lodges in Rock Island county
last night was a huge success, and the
idea, which is a newne in the history
of Masonry in this part of the coun
try, will undoubtedly be followed soon
by other lodges.
Preceding the degree work which
was put on last night, , an excellent
banquet was served in the dining room
of the temple. : Plates were laid for 300
and following the sumptuous repast
was an Impromptu program of toasts.
Each member who was present was
given a badge as a souvenir of the oc
casion, and the masters of the county,
who were in active charge of the cer
emonies of the evening, were presented
with miniature trowels.
The degree work which was put on
after the banquet took up the greater
part of the evening. Among the dis
tinguished visitors who were present
was Milton T. Booth of Atkinson, 111.,
the district deputy grand master of
the 14th district.
A conference between Mr. Booth and
the committee in charge was held rel
ative to the school of instruction which
will be conducted during the middle
of February. It is hoped to have a
member of the board of grand exam
iners present at that time to act as
chief Instructor, and others who are
competent will assist him Arrange
ments for the printing and other de
tails were made last night. The school
of instruction will receive candidates
from this district, which includes
Rock Island .and Henry counties and
contains 19 lodges.
Sample Shoe Go.
323 Seventeenth St.
ment Consists of
Men's 4-Button Tan
Ladies' High Grade Shoes
Something nobby and good, welts in. $3,1
$3.50 values, all welted soles and guar
We have the 16 button high cut in patent,
gun metal and tan on the new nobby last.
These shoes are actually $3.50 to $5.00
To those who couldn't be waited on last Saturday w) will say that we have more
clerks and more seats to accommodate them.
Sample Shoe Co.
$2.50 . ""P""y $2.50
323 17th St. South Tremann's Market
home in Seven Acres, Moline, this
afternoon, and this evening will give
a dancing party for the members of
the younger set.
YE TOG SHOP
formerly located at 1823 Sec
c-Bd' avenue, have removed to
their new location, 1807
Second avenue, and are now
ready for business.
Economize on your butter
Let the little tots have pre
serves, Jellies or syrup for
their spread on bread.
They are pure.
They are wholesome.
We have a nice line at very
Clovernook preserves all kinds
Lippincot's strawberry pre
serves, very fancy. 25C
Angorla preserves, all kinds,
nose shaped 1 t?r
Lippincott's jellies, all 4 ft.
kinds, glass IUC
Apple batter, guaranteed pure
in enamel lined tins, "Qq
Apollo jams, compound corn
syrup and fruits, all kinds, a
1. X. L. brand syrup, made ot
maple and corn syrup, QCA
large bottle fcDG
Corn syrup, with cane flavor,
five pound nn.
Ten pound JC
Connect your phone with
ours. Tour order will receive
couples attending. The party proved
delightful and the committee expects
to arrange for a similar one during
FOR MRS. MICHAELS.
MISS CLARA CRAWFORD UAVE
a tea Thursday afternoon at her home,
514 Twenty-third street, in honor of
Mrs. George Michaels of Minneapolis.
Miss" Cora Gaerjer ' entertained for
Mrs. Michaeta this afternoon.
ROY MAXWELL OF MOLINE
and Miss Bertha Schneilau of Rock
Island were married by Justice Cle
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary society of the Broadway
Presbyterian church will meet tomor
row afternoon with Mrs. F. R. Har
rington, 1001 Twentieth street, at 3
Rock Island camp. No. 83, Wood
men of the World, has Issued invita
tions to a dancing party to be given
at Elks' hall next Monday evening.
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE H. HUN-
toon and daughter Helen entertained
last evening at the Moline club, about
150 young people being their guests,
many from Rock Island and Daven
port among the number. The guests
were received in the reading room of
the club and went to the ballroom at
v:s). Dancing was enjoyed the re
mainder of the evening. Miedke's
orchestra of ten pieces was stationed
at one end of the hall, which was at
tractively decorated in green. Re
freshments were served in the dining
room, where American beauty roses
and smilax were used. Smilax was
twisted about the sidelights and a
bouquet of American beauties formed
the centerpiece for the table. The
ice cream was served in the form of
American beauty roses.
MRS. GEORGE ARTHUR STEPH-
ens entertained at a large tea at her
TAX RECEIPTS TO
BE LESS IN 1912
State Board of Equalization
Cuts Assessed Valuations
in This County.
COUNTY SHY LARGE SUM
Will Fall Short $65,000 of Aniouut
Counted on by Hoard of
crease of 2 cents in the rate at Mo
line. The figures are as follows;
Total tax rate, Rock Island, 1911,
M.89 on $100.
Total tax rate, Moline, 1911,
Total tax rate, Rock Island,
J4.89 on $100.
Total tax rate, Moline, 1910, $5.49
Only One "Bromo Quinine."
That Is Laxative Bromo Quinine.
Look for the signature of E. W. Grove.
Used the world over to Cure a Cold in
One Day. 25c.
The total valuation of all taxable
property In Rock Island county, as
equalized and assessed by the state
board of equalization, is -20,5:11,740,
according to a statement issued this
morning by Country Clerk Henry B.
Hubbard, while the amount appropri
ated and levied for county purposes
at the September meeting of the
board of supervisors is $172,750.
In order to raise this amount, it
will be necessary to make a rate of
75 cents on every $100. Under the
operation of the Juul law, however,
it is reduced to 53 cents on each $100.
According to this valuation $108,820
will be produced to meet all county
obligations for 1912. This is consid
erably lower than the figures of last
year, which placed the valuation of
the county at $19,187,653. At that
time the rate was C3 cents on every
$100 and the amount produced wa&
MOl.I.VE TAXES HIGH.
The figures also show that the tax
rate of Moline both last year and this
year is above that of the city cf Rock
Island. In Rock Island Uie tax rate
remains the same for both 1910 and
1911, whereas there has been an in-
Fresh dairy butter
Delivered with another order.
A Terrible Blunder
To neglect liver trouble. Never do it.
laaTj JLfl. AlUga T TT M. 1119 VU U1TI
f.rst sign- of constipation, biliousness
or Inactive bowels and prevent viru
lent indigestion, jaundice or gall tones
lent indigestion, jaundice or gall stones.
They regulate liver, stomach and bow
els and build up your health. Only 25
cents, at all druggists.
The peculiar properties of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy have been thor
oughly tested during epidemics of in
fluenza, and when it was taken in time
we have not heard of a single case of
pneumonia. Sold by aii druggists.
318 Twenty-second St.
Express, baggage and
Hauling of All Kinds.
Call West 981.
C. H. THORNHILL
FBIMDS CALL HEK
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WSS VIRGINIA MILLAIS '
la a Washington debutante. Miss
Virginia MiMan. many- of tier new
found aocal acquaintances declare
has been discovered the niast beau
tiful jrouc woman in the capital.
She entertains extensively. Mnd is
very popular, especially among tfc
Nothing is better than the
best, and the best is theonly
kind that is good enough for
our patrons. You will find us
prepared at all times with the
best in staple and fancy gro
ceries, foodstuffs, etc., as well
as a full line of fruits and vege
tables. We sell cheese that
has a tang that will make you
smack your lips.
326 Twentieth Street.
Specials for Saturday
We generally cut short on lengthy speeches and de
scriptions and leave to our prices to do the talking.
Twill toweling, regular 7c values, Saturday special, yard . 4 V2 C
Outing flannel, no short lengths, No. 1, per yard 6c
Flannel suitings and tourist cloth, double fold, 17c values,
special for Saturday, per yard 9o
Cluster of 20 puffs, soft fine hair, for only $1.25
Black panama dress goods, 56 inch, Epecial per yard 29c
50 inch brown panama, 7bc values, for only 39c
Dark blue striped suiting, worth $1, our special per yard.. 49c
Another cut on ladies' coats only a few sizes left, values up tc
$15, to clean them up, your tloice at $4.48
Any ladles' suit left in our stjre, we let go for $5.00
Any ladies' dresses in our sure you shall have for $3.48
125 ladies' skirts to select .from, fine materials, latest styles, an
exceptional bargain for only $2.48
In Our Grocery Department-
Fancy olives in jars 25c
Monarch ca'sup, Saturday only, psr bottle 18c
Fine peaches, pears or apricots, per can 15c
Granulated sugar, 16 pounds .or '. . . . $1.00
White. Rose flour, per sack $1.50
Fine Baldwin apples, per peck 35c
Xavel oranges, per dozen 25 C, 30c, 35c
Teist Fcam, per. package 3c
Quaker corn flake, four packages for 25c
Headquarters for Fruits and Vegetables
1615-1617 Second Ave.