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THE ROCK ISLiAND AJIGUS. THURSDAY", JANUARY" 11, 1912.
MIS3 BLANCHE ELIZABETH BOG
geaa, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Boggess, last evening be
came the bride of Frank Edwin Gor
man, son of S. Gorman, 1S1 West
Sixth street, Davenport, at a beauti
ful home wedding. The ceremony
took place at 8 o'clock at the home of
the bride's parents, 926 Seventeenth
street, and was performed by Dean
J. J. Quinn, rector of St. Joseph's
Catholic church. A company of 125
guests witnessed the ceremony. The
house was simply but exquisitely dec
orated. In one corner of the living
room six white columns in graduate
heights, wound with asparagus ferns
and lilies of the valley and surmount
ed with silver candelabra with un
shaded white tapers, formed an im
provised altar at which the holy rite
was performed. The lights on the
chandeliers were softened with pink
shades and candles in rose holders
and candelabra with pink and green
Fair avenue following the ceremony,
where covers were laid for about 40
relatives and Intimate friends of the
young people. The decorations were
all In the pink and white wedding
colors, with streamers and wedding
bells, the centerpiece of. the bride s
table being a large bouquet of pink
and white carnations with ferns,
while em 11 ax trimmed the cloth. Mr.
and Mrs. Soeder left for a short
wedding trip. They will be at home
in about two weeks on West Eighth
Rtreet. DavenDort. The eroom is a
pipefitter by trade. The going-away
gown of the bride was a tan suit,
tailored, with which she wore a
large white beaver hat trimmed with
gold and blue cord and buckle.
EASTERN STAR INSTALLATION,
THE ANNUAL. INSTALLATION OF
officers of the Eastern Star was held
last evening at Masonic temple, the
ceremones being attended by 150 peo
ple. Mrs. Lannie Taylor, acting as in
stalling officer, Mrs. Margaret Schroe-
der as Installing marshal, and Mrs.
CAXT VOTE, NOW SHE
XOSES SHERIFF JOB
tailored costume with all the acces
sories of dress In brown.
Mr. Gorman is a prominent Daven
port business man. He is associated
with his brother George in the con
ducting of a cigar store in Davenport
and i also associated with his father j EdUn Atkin80n installing chaplain,
eilk and crystal shades lighted the
rooms. A huge bowl of pink Killarney
roses formed the dining table center
piece and placed about on the tables
and mantles were the lovely pink blos
soms which had been sent from Cali
fornia to the bride.
At the appointed hour the wedding
march from Iohengrin, played on the
piano by Miss Nettie Gorman, sister
of the groom, announced the bridal
party. Little Romary Gorman, a
niece of the groom, dressed in a
dainty white frock, led the way, carry
ing the ring in a white rosebud. The
bridesmaids, the Misses Lillian Bos
Bess, a cousin of the bride, and Ella
Iliiumbach, came next, followed by
the maid of honor. Miss Helen Krell,
a couBln of the bride, who walked j
alone. - The bride with her father
tame last and she was met at the
altar by the groom and his brother,
George Gorman, who attended him a3
bent man. During 'the ceremony Miss
Gormun played Schumann's Traumerl
and as a recessional Mendelssohn's
The bride wore a beautiful gown ol
Ivory satin trimmed in point lace. It
van made entraine and the long luce
veil which fell to the hem of her
gown was held at the hair with a
wreath of orange blossoms and a
pearl tiara. She carried a shower
bouquet of lilies of the valley. The
maid of honor wore pink chiffon cloth
over pink satin and carried a cluster
bouquet of pink Killarney roses. The
bridesmaids wre dressed In pink
chiffon cloth over white satin, trim
med in lace and pearl garnitures and
carried arm bouquets of pink roses.
The bride's gifts to her attendants
were Irish crochet bags and her gift
to the ring bearer a ring.
The ceremony was followed by a
wedding luncheon served in the din
lug room. Pink and green, the bride's
colors, were carried out in the Ices,
cukeg and confections.
Mr. and Mrs. Gorman left last even
ing for an eastern wedding trip and
after March 1 will be at home in the
Walsh apartments, Davenport. The
bride wore aa a traveling suit a brown
in the S. Gorman & Son Printing com
pany of Davenport. Miss Boggess at
tended the local high school and Is
prominently Identified with the social
organizations of the city.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS RUTH
Ila Henninger, daughter of Mrs.
Henry Overdeier, of 2714 Fair ave
nue, Davenport, to Alexander Soe
der, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Soe
der, also of Davenport, took place
i at St. Joseph's church yesterday
j morning at 8 o'clock, Monsignor
j Nierman officiating. Attending the
j couple were the sister of the bride,
I Miss Irene Henninger, and Fred
i Schluenz. The bride was dressed in
j a white satin gown made in one
piee, the yoke and sleeves of lace.
inducted to office the following:
Worthy Matron Mrs. Luella Sew
ard. Associate Matron Miss Blanche
Conductress Mrs. Cora Schillinger.
Associate Conductress Mrs. Alice
Secretary Mrs. Vashtl Bollman.
Treasure!? Mrs. Ellen Lee.
Points of Star Ada, Miss Mary
Robb; Ruth, Mrs. Lillian Sommers;
Esther, Mrs. Anna Bowlby; Martha,
Mrs. Mary Yerbury; Electa, Miss
Chaplain Mrs. Lannie Taylor.
Warden Mrs. Ella Ralston.
Sentinel Ezra Wilcher.
Pianist Miss Edna Rains.
Following the installation of officers
onri tr mmnii t'ttn clival" riAan 9nl , 0
' i, ,. n ii-aa ' numbers by Miss Millie Beck, readings
fringe. Her wedding veil was
caught with rosebuds, and she car
ried a bouquet of bride's roses. The
bridesmaid was in phik sr.tin, veiled
In r.ilf-ri 'i r- -1 ehu naTrinil i,i n I- T." i 1
larney' roses and wore roses in her ! nn,ie JayloI- wlth a Pst matron's
by Mrs. Hollenbach, and a violin 6olo
by Robert Shurer. Mrs. Vashti Boll
man in "behalf of the chapter present
ed the retiring worthy matron, Mrs.
JOHN S. C035BY. T '
Mrs. John S. Crosby, president of
the Women's Democratic Club, ot
New York after having been ap
pointed a deputy sheriff by newly
elected Sheriff Harburger. has found
out that she can't hold office becausj
the law says only voters may be re
3 -Day Clearing Sale
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
Our Entire Stock of Ladies Misses' and
Boys Shoes will be Placed on Sale at
A wedding breakfast was
served at the home of the bride on 1
I happy vein.
HER IIT SnAXD TS .NEW
AID AT WHITE HOUSE
. . -
glt4 1 s.
MRS. J. V TIMMOAIS
Mri. J. W. Tlramons. a daughter of
former Vice President Fairbanks,
will assume a prominent place In
Washington coclety following the ap
pointment of her husband. Lieut.
Tlmmons ot the United States Navy,
at chief naval aid at the White
Light refreshments were served dur
ing the evening.
AUXILIARY ELECTS OFFICERS.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
ladies auxiliary of the Rock sland
County Humane society was held at
the home of Mrs. Belle Jones, 1001
Seventeenth avenue, yesterday after
noon, and 'was well attended. The fol
lowing officers were elected:
President Mrs. Belle Jones.
Vice President Mrs. J. J. Williams.
Secretary Mrs. Fred W. Rink.
Treasurer Mrs. G. E. Elliott.
Chairman Social Committee Mrs
S. J. Ranson.
The ladies voted to pay the office
rent of the Rock Island County Hu
mane society at the Association house
on Seventeenth street. Following the
custom of the past year, the society
will hold a sale just before Christmas.
The amount realized from the last sale
was $121.92. It was decided to hold a
coffee at the residence of Dr. L. G.
Abrahamson. 3449 Seventh avenue,
Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 24. All are
cordially invited to attend. After all
business had been transacted the hos
tess served dainty refreshments.
ANNOUNCEMENT WAS GIVEN
cut today by John H. Ranson, Jr., ot
his marriage Dec. 20, 1910, with Miss
Helen M. Luckenbihl, 1018 Ninth ave
nue. The ceremony was performed at
the parsonage of the First Baptist
church by Dr. H. W. Reed and the
bridal couple was unattended. The
fact of their marriage was kept from
friends and even relatives until today
when the announcement was made.
Miss Luckenbihl was employed as a
clerk at the Rock Island Plow com
pany and held her position until very
In the House 8
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These tender bits of toasted
corn are served direct from
the package with cream or hot
milk and make a delightful dish
for any meal.
Post Toasties are a ready
cooked food, used in thousands
of homes because they are
"The Memory Lingers"
Pcstum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
lately. Mr. Ranson is employed a3
clerk for Beardsley and Bailey. He
has built a new home at 14nn Fourteenth-and-a-half
street "and he and
Mrs. Ranson have just finished fur
nishing it, and will be at home there
after Jan. 15.
MISS ETHEL BABCOCK, ONLY
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M.' Bab
cock, and Philip T. Crockett, son of
W. K. Crockett, were married
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at
the home of the bride's parents three
miles east of Milan. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. M. C. Hanna
of the Presbyterian church tf Milan,
the rinp; ceremony being used, and
was witnessed by only the immediate
families. At the appointed hour the
bridal couple, unattended, took their
places in the bay window of the living
room before a bank of ferns studded
with pink and white carnations, these
being the bride's chosen colors. Miss
Babcock was charming in a gown of
white satin veiled in white chiffon
with trimming of pearls and gold lace,
and she carried a shower bouquet of
bride's roses. Covers were laid lor
12 at the prettily appointed luncheon
table, the centerpiece being of pink
and white carnations.
Mr. and Mrs. Crockett left later for
Chicago. Mrs. Crockett's going tay
suit was of tailored blue serge, with
which Bhe wore a blue velvet bonnet
trimmed in pink rosebuds. On, their
return they will make their home
with the bride's parents until their
own home is completed, which is to
be built early in the spring on the
RUTH'S BAND MEETS.
THE JANUARY MEETING OF
Ruth's band of Broadway Presbyte
rian church was held yesterday after
noon at the home of Miss Blakemore,
16 Nineteenth street. The program
was missions in China. Mrs. Frazer
opened the meeting with devotional
services and Miss Alice Guffin gave a
paper on immigrants. Miss Pansy
Blakemore read a paper on field notes
on China. A song, ' Come Unto Me,"
from the Messiah, was given by Miss
Unsahplle Stewart and Miss Ruth
Blakemore. Miss Josephine Schnei
der gave a piano selection. The at
tendance was large and the meeting
proved an interesting one.
JUNIORS ELECT OFFICERS.
THE JUNIOR ASSOCIATION OF
South Park chapel held its annual
election of officers when the follow
ing were chosen:
j President Cecil Williams.
First Vice President Henry Rob
j Second Vice President Florence
Secretary lone Zeis.
! Treasurer Bessie Hermann.
Chairman Lookout Committee
j Chairman Missionary Committee
I Elizabeth Oglevee.
Chairman Social Committee Nel
; lie Bunning.
I Chairman Sunshine Committee
MISSION SOCIETY ELECTS.
! THE MISSION SOCIETY OF THE
j German Evangelical Lutheran Em
1 manuel church met yesterday at the
j home of Mrs. J. D. Mangelsdorf, 2720
; Eighteenth avenue. Election of offi
cers took place when the following
officers were chosen:
President Mrs. Ehrhorn.
Secretary Mrs. Clock.
Treasurer Mrs. Banscher.
Those present were Mesdames Ehr
horn, Glock, Banscher, Wiedenholft,
; Ritz, Kutz, Heitman, Trotnow, Trau-
waen. Hill, Lockau, Ed, Mangelsdorf,
and Rev. Ph. Wilhelm.
HONOR FOR MISS ZEDELER.
MISS NICOLENE ZEDELER,
who with her mother, is the guest of
Mrs. L. S. McCabe, has received the
good news that she has been re-engaged
by Sousa as violin soloist with
his band to make en extensive tour
through Canada and the western
states, starting in August. In April
Mica 7riAlAr v-iM n ti cn-fA n
1 1 - i it j tuutn iu wiiu in riaro-
Mburg Symphony orchestra under thei
Mi'Dp'lmi nf Arthur VikicrK
Ladies sample shoes in all leathers, values j "j qc
to $5, now on sale at
You can't afford to miss this big sale of first class shoes at the price.
One bunch men's work a i r Men's dress shoes in all
shoes, sale price .
$1 r tL Men's dress shoes in all a. ZLf
l.JD leathers, all styles . . ?&DJ
BEERY'S SAMPLE SHOE ROOMS
Top Floor First National Bank building, Davenport, Iowa
Zedeler has been received with ova
tions throughout her entire world
tour with Sousa and his band and
has many friends in the three cities,
where she grew to womanhood, who
are interested in her great career.
TRI-CITY 500 CLUB.
THE TRI-CITY 500 -CLUB WAS
entertained for the meeting of Tues
day afternoon by Mrs. Joseph Gold
smith, 1810 Sixth avenue, when
there were four tables at the games.
Favors went to Mrs. Julius Oches of
Davenport and Mrs. Sol Hirsch of
Moline-. The next meeting will be
with Mrs. Hirsch in Moline in two
1 SURPRISE PARTY.
THIRTY TRI-CITY YOUNG
people successfully carried out a sur
prise on Miss Nellie Howell Tues
day evening when they gathered at
her home on Eighteenth street and
Eighteenth-and-a-half avenue, Mo
line, for an evening of games and
rausie. The guest of honor was pre
sented with a pretty bracelet. Re
freshments were served.
THE ROCK ISLAND CLUB AN
nounces a social evening at the club
house for Friday, Jan. 19. A table
d'hote dinner will be served from 6
to 8 o'clock and dancing and cards
will be the diversion from 8 to 12
o'clock. The ball room, main dining
room, card room and "lounge" will
be at the disposal of the members and
ladies for that evening.
REV. JOHN H0RT0N HELD
BY J0LIET GRAND JURY
Joliet, 111., Jan. 11. Rev. John
Horton, formerly Congregational
preacher of Beecher, was indicted for
bigamy by the grand jury.
DECLARES MARTIAL LAW
IN M'COMB CITY, MISS
McComb City, Miss., Jan. It.
McComb City, which witnessed some
turbulent scenes at the outset of the
strike of Illinois Central railroad
shopmen in October, was last night
placed under martial law on orders
from Governor Noel at Jackson. Tho
state troops on guard here since the
inception of the strike, were Increas
ed by the arrival of a company from
Brookhaven and Adjutant General
Fridge is here in active charge. The
nfHrtn rtf r.nvorTinr fCnl i t i Q RfliiT
At the: hflRAri nn rtnnrt thnt Rtrikrn
time of his arrest last October Hor-i ho ghown a desJre tQ retum tQ
ton declared tnere was no crime in i
his "marrying" Amanda Breaker,
when he had a wife and family living
in England, because wife No. 1 did
not object to the act.
Old Soldier Tortured.
"For years I suffered unspeakable
torture from indigestion, constipation
and liver trouble," wrote A. K. Smith,
a war veteran at Erie, Pa., "but Dr.
King's New Life Pills fixed me all
right. They're simply great." Try
them for any stomach, liver or kidney
trouble. Only 25 cents at all druggists.
their former employment had been
intimidated and threatened with vio
lence. No disorders have so far oc
curred and it is believed the troops
will experience little trouble In pre
serving order. The Illinois Central
railroad division shops are here and
several hundred of the employes
have been on strike three months.
- Kansas City, Mo. Wolves In th'i
country immediately surrounding this
city are becoming so much of a dan
ger to young stock and poultry that
organized measures are being under
taken to drive the wolves away.
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