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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDXESDAY, APRIL 3, 1912.
8CH00L OF INSTRUCTION.
MESDAMES J. W. SHUEV. J. DIZO
tell. Irol Rife. Klrkman C. Hibbard of
this city, Mrs. E. Wolf and Mrs. Beer
tauer and Mrs. Small of SUtIs and
Mrs. Dora McLean of Davenport com
posed ft company of ladies, members of
the Ladles' Auxiliary to the Brother
hood of Railway Conductors that at
tended a school of Instruction at Ce
dar Rapids this week. The ladies left
Monday morning and the school open
ed Monday afternoon and closed last
evening, the ladies returning to their
homes at the close of the sessions.
Five dl visions were represented at
the meeting. Rock Island. Waterloo.
Boone, Clinton and Cedar Rapids and
there was a good representation of
delegates. Grand President Mrs.
Moore of Toledo. Ohio, was present
' and gave an excellent address and E.
B Garetson of Cedar Rapids, grand
chief of the conductors, also address
ed the Sadies and spoke especially of
the splendid work the wives of the
conductors are doing in their organiza
tion. Monday evening the Cedar Rap
ids ladies entertained the visiting lad
les and their husbands at an elaborate
banquet and entertainment. Follow
ing the serving of a course dinner at a
beautifully decorated table a program
of readings and musical numbers was
given and those who cared then spent
the evening dancing. The local ladles
are most enthusiastic in their praise
of the entertainment afforded them.
METHODIST MISSION SOCIETY.
MRS. S. J. COLLINS. 1920 EIGHTH
tenu, w as hostess to a large number
To Remove Ferment Germs froc
7f fr;:i: has once spoiled in a jar, the
fame t'lii.g will hai; 11 rgain udIcm tlv
jar iias bven thorough! eleaused a:.
Meriiizcd. It is tu.t enough to rr.crc!
val the jars; they should be boiled.
To nuke ure tHat they arc in goorf
condition, put them in ,a pan of cold
v. ater in which liar. !cn dissolved a
tat.lespoon of Gold Iist trashing pov
!rr: let coirie t a boil. The tons a'.ro.
f! on!.: l-e !:nn;ersed in bcllir: wa-.cr, and
rid rub',, r: ; Vould never be ued. After
f iling cu.i, fliake ami screw top on care
fully to nviid airholes.
of the members of the Woman's Home
Mission society of the First Methodist
church last evening. Mrs. M. M. Stur
geon gave an excellent paper on "The
Church and the Social Question" and
Mrs. C. A. Walker read a leaflet on
"What the Woman's Home Mission
Society Can Do." A general discussion
participated In by the members was
on the topic "Home Mission Econom
ics." Vocal solos were given by Miss
Mae Smith. At the close of the pro
gram the ladies were invited to remain
for a social hour -when refreshments
FAREWELL IFOR MISS FRICK.
MISS HELEN THIELE DELIGHT-
fully entertained a company of 12 lit
tle girls from St. Joseph's school, last
week at fcer home, 4223 Seventh ave
nue as a farewell for Miss Henrietta
Frick, one of the pupils of the school
who left Sunday for her new home at
Eagle Lake, Texas. Games and danc
ing were indulged In, prizes going to
Miss Henrietta Frick and Miss Char
lotte Murray. At 6 o'clock a delicious
course dinner was served. Misses
Marjorle Curtis and Alice Thlde as
sisted in entertaining the company.
KATE HILL MISSION SOCIETY
MI&S EFFIE WITT. 1008 FOUR
teenth avenue, entertained the mem
bers of the Kate Hill Mission society
of the United Presbyterian church last
eveniug with a good attendance of the
ladies. The third lesson In the book
"The Light of the World" with a study
of Confucianism was taken up and
each member took some part in the
discussion. At the business session
it wan decided to bold a flower sale
the first week la May at the church. A
similar sale was held last year and
proved very successful.
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of room to show
ond street. Rev. N. J. Fors-
berg ave an address on the history of
the liquor traffic and Mrs. E. T. An
derson sang several congs. Routine
business occupied the business session
and lunch was served following Its
CARDS TO M'HUGH-DAY MARRIAGE
INVITATIONS HAVE BEEN RE
ceived to the marriage of Miss Sara
Elisabeth McHugh. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles McHugh, formerly of
this city, now of Chicago, to Winsor
Boyden Cay, as heretofore announced.
The ceremony will take Dlace at 5
o'clock, Sunday April 14, at Margarita
ranch, Phoenlz, Ariz. Mr. Day and his
bride will he at home after Oct. 1 at
MISS HATTIE JORS AND WIL
11am Young both of Moline were united
in marriage yesterday afternoon at 5
o'clock at the parsonage of the Second
Congregational church. Rev. R. S.
Haney officiating. They were attend
ed by Miss iLona Schmooke and Wil
liam Lage. The new home will be at
1620 Nineteenth avenue, Moline.
C. W. B. M. MEETING.
THE CHRISTIAN WOMAN'S
Board of Missions held a prayer meet
ing yesterday afternoon at the home
ol Mrs. E. T. McFarland, 810 Fifteenth
street. The meeting took the form of
an Easter service and the discussion
of mission' topics.
B. OF R. T. CARD PARTY.
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY TO
the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
gave a card party yesterday afternoon
at (Odd Fellows' halL Cinch was
played and the prizes, hand-painted
plates, were given to Mrs. Dressen,
first, Mrs. Crowsley of Silvia, second
and Mrs. Frank Bleuer, consolation.
RUTH'S, BAND OF BROADWAY
Presbyterian church, will hold an
Easter sale at the church next Satur
day from 3 to 7 o'clock. They will
offer for eale a special .assortment of
aprons, as well as other fancy articles.
There will be all kinds of home-made
bakery goods, cookies, cakes, dough
nuts, etc., and a large assortment of
homemade candles. Members of the
society are requested to send their con
tributions of fancy goods to Mrs. W.
H. Marshall not later than Friday.
The Daughters of Norway Sewing
society, a new organization, will, meet
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Frank
O. Larson, 1023 Fifteenth street.
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weurcr -? Cajntoi collar j
The Patented "Lock -t h at-
Loc. " keeps the cellzr from
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SWASTIKA WITH MRS. PHILLIPS.
THE SWASTIKA CLUB WAS EN
tcrtained yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. "E. 11. Phillips, 1025
Twenty-first street. The members
were air present and there were five
visitors. Mrs. O. F. Lundahl was elect
ed a member of the club. The ladies
spent the afternoon sewing and in the
usual delightful social way and a two
course lunch was served. Mrs. J. W.
Crandall. 835 Twenty-fifth street will
be the hostess next time.
THE PUPILS OP MRS. WINNIE
Toenges-Riegel gave a recital at her
home last week, the following taking
I'urt iu the program: Edna Fischer,
Lawrenc? Nerming. Daisy Stapiey,
Kay .Baldwin, Corlnne Smith, Mrs.
Fastmann, Agnes Lamp, Mildred
Frost, Iceland Dempsey, Tillle Ry
lander and Charlotte Kennedy. The
next progrsm will be given at the
home of Miss Agnes Lamp, May 20.
G. R. G. GIRLS MEET.
THE G. R G. GIRLS OF THE
Third Christian bible school met' with
Miss Dorothy Johnson, 3913 Four
teenth avenue, last evening. . At the
business Eession officers were elected
for the ensuing year. After the busi
ness Session games of various kinds
were played and refreshments were
SIGMA PHI SORORITY.
MISS FLORENCE MOSHER, 4309
Seventh avenue, was hostess to the
members of the Sigma Phi sorority
last evening. While the ladies sewed
they visited and enjoyed a very pleas
ant evening. The hostess served a
ZION MEN'S SOCIETY.
THE MEN'S SOCIETY OF ZION
Lutheran church was entertained
last evening at the home or
E. T. Anderson, 715 Forty-sec-
FOR STATE WETS
(Continued from Page 8Ix.)
TEA ROSES DAFFODILS
ORCHIDS SWEET PEAS
Li LUES OF THE VALLEY
Fancy Baskets Made Up
HENSLEY FLOWER CO.
mont, Washington, Minier. Galoa,
Cambridge.. Maguon, Smithfield, El
burn, Olney, Scales Mound, Elizabeth,
Roberts, Gibson City, Danvers, Drum
mer, Vergennes, Cordova, Kenny, Ma
son City, East Bend, Mount Sterling,
Hamilton, Erie, Stonlngton, Thomp
son, Biggesville, Salem, Odin, Kin
mundy, Iuka, Morrisonville, Ruah
vllle, Paxton, Sibley, Piper City, Car
rolton (city and township) Forrest,
Easton, New Holland, Carmi, Cham
paign, West Frankfort, Vandalla,
Paris. Hillsboro, Bridgeport, Sullivan,
Divcrnon, Mowean.ua, Eldorado, Es
sex, Maquoin, Lena, Carbondale, Wal
dron, Shawneetown, Shabbona, Ohio,
Carterville, Williams, Tolono.
PLACES REMAINING "WET."
The following towns and cities re
main "wet:" Waukegan, Des Platnes,
Canton, Farmlnglon, Kewanee, An
rawan, Belvidere, Rochelle, Minooka,
Aux Sable, Secor, Apple River, Clin
ton, Bushnell, Bald Hilltop, Earlville,
Strasburg, Johnson City, Chenoa,
Strawn, Fairbury, Pontiac, North Chi
cago, Indian Grove, Sterling, Rock
Falls, Piano, Oswego, Yorkville, Ba-
tavla, Naperville, Savanna, Herrln,
Marion, Florence, Dupage, Chanah,
Channahon, Cullom, Royalton, Mld
dletown, Martlnton, Peotone, Gran
ville, Bradley, Sbattuck, Ferren,
West Momence, Rochelle, Walton,
Buckheart, Pana, Crescent City, Cjss-
OTHER PLACE VOTING "WET."
Unclassified cities and towns which
went "wet:" Keithsburg, St. David,
Elm Grove, Warren, Lyndon. Buck
ingham, Reddick. Union Hill.
OTHER PLACES TOTIXG "DRV."
Unclassified cities and towns which
went "dry:" Cable, Mathersville. New
Boston, Brlnfield, Paw Paw, Lee, Mor
risonville, Carterville, Oquawka (city
COCSTTTES If OW "DHT."
Entire counties which are "dry"
following yesterday's elections are as
follows: Brown, White, Stark. Rich
land, Schuyler, Lawrence (remains
dry), Greene, Edgar (remains dry).
At High School
There have been all kinds of musical
instruments and we have been tired
to death with vaudeville performers,
who extracted music from everything
from tin cans to bottles. The organiz
ers Of the high school frolic, which is
to provide funds for the athletic asso
ciation, have found something new in
this line as well as In all others which
they are entering. Professor E. L.
Philbrook, Instructor of music in the
city schools, who has almost as much
comedy as music In his makeup. Is the
author of the stunt which is to be one
of the big features of the show. With
the assistance of eight girls appearing
In costume, Mr. Philbrook presents one
of (the most marvelous musical mon
strosities of the age. What it is he
will not divulge, but patrons of the
frolic are assured that It will he worth
seeing-. The frolic will be presented in
all parts of the high school building
Friday and Saturday, April 19 and 20
and there will be 20 other attractions.
OftWIlYI MORE COL
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Rock island, III.
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Our fourth floor is bedecked with a grand array of
Easter novelties. Everything to make the children hap
py Easter morn at lowest prices.
Cotton and clay rabbits of all
sizes, 25c down to lc
Chicks, each lc to 10c
Dressed chicks, each 50
Natural ducks, 10c and.. 15c
Bunny and a cart load of
Easter eggs, each 1j
ach . 3c, 5c, 75c. 10c, 12c
SENATOR CHARLES CURTIS. OF KANSAS.
IS PROUD OF HIS BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTERS
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Upper left. Mlaa Leona Curtla; upper
right, Mrs. Chartea Curtla; below,
Mlaa Blanche Curtla.
Among the many Interesting fami
lies In the nation's capital, the wife
and" daughters of Senator Charles
Curtis of Kancar, always receive s
peclal attention. They are popular
to an unusual degree, their popular
ity coming as a natural tribute to
their grace and charm. The Misses
Curtis are also famed as among the
most beautlxul In Washington society.
Cooper Is Held.
Joe Cooper, who broke into the
Cordova postofflce in- an attempted
robbery, and who was brought to the
county Jail by Deputy Sheriff John
Miller yesterday afternoon, was at 3
o'clock taken before Justice Clarence
J. Schroeder, on warrants sworn out
charging burglary and larceny. His
case has been continued for a few
Sheriff O. L. Bruner yesterday re-
MOVf POLLING PLACE
FROM COUNTY JAIL
Following a conference between
County Clerk Henry B. Hubbard. Sher
iff O. L. Bruner and SuDervisor Louis
Pfoh today, it was decided to change
the fifth precinct polling place from
the county Jail to the pourt house.
Hitherto the polls have been located
in the turnkey's office at the Jail, but
owing to a lack of space, made especi
ally apparent by the congested condi
tions which now exist, the sheriff and
hl3 deputies have been seriously hand
icapped in the performance of their
The new place selected is the alcove
at the west entrance of the court
house, which will be curtained off, thus
providing a space about 20x30 feet,
which will give ample accommodations
and prove more convenient than the
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