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THE ROCK ISHAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, APRITJ 9, 1912.
QUEEN E8THERS PLAN RECITAL.
THE QUEEN ESTHER GUILD OF
the Memorial Christian church held
1U monthly meeting last evening at
the home of Mrs. W. A. SchaeSer, 90S
Nineteenth street At a huslness meet
ing the Unal plans were made for a
recital to be elven under the guild's
auspices at the ,Y- M. C. A. chapel
Thursday evening, April 18, by the vio
lin pupils of Mrs. Florence Frelstat
Lee. A small admission fee will be
charged which will be added to the
guild's treasury fund. The members
hemmed tt-a towels last evening which
wilj be the property of the guild. They
decided that hereafter they would
spend the evenings doing some such
work as sewing carpet rags, making
quilts, etc., the proceeds from the sale
of their work to be riven to the soci
ety. Mrs. Srhaffer herved lunch dur
ing the evening and the ladles enjoy
ed a pleasant time. Miss Henrietta
lw-slin will be the hostess May 6 to
IN HONOR OF BIRTHDAY.
MISS MAKIE RASMUS EN WAS
very delightfully surprised in honor
cf her Seventh birthday anniversary
M-sterday at her home, 1730 Eigh
teenth avenue, by a company of little
friends. There wercjeames of various
1 inds and a peanut hunt In which Ethel
Small and il;idys iLewcom took the
prizes. A delicious birthday supper
was served at t o'clock, the center
piece of the table being a birthday
rake and a ipretty nest of eirjrs and llt
tl rhlckena. There were present:
Lthl Email, Bernice Melnnes, Irene
Mueller, Jiorothy Mueller, Helen
Hrown. Catherine Tallman, Florence
I'd wards. Helen Lavender, Hazel
Small, Kdra .Mrlnnes. .Mabel Mclnnes
aid filadyn I wcom.
MISS DORA KIEL, DAUGHTER OF
ChriB Kiel, and Robert Van Wontgehm
of Moline, were jnited in marriage
yesterday moriiinst at S o'clock at the
St. Mary's church. Rov. J. S. Kelly offl-
iatiriK. Ming Kiel van attended by
Miss Hondlne Kiel, a cousin. Con
stance Von Wontgehm, acting as best
man. The bride wore a tailored suit of
white aerge with lingerie waist,
and a white picture hat She
carried sweet peas. The bridesmaid
was also In white. Following the cere
mony, which was witnessed by a few
friends, an elaborate wedding break
fast was served to 25 relatives, the
decorations of the home being in green
and white. In the dining room bas
kets tied with soft -pink bows, held
white sweet peas, and there were fes
toons of smllax from the chandelier to
Mr. and Mrs. Van Wontgehm left
for Chicago and will be at home at
17Z9 tngnteentnnd-a-hair avenue,
Moline, after June 1. The groom is
employed in a clerical capacity, the
bride-having been employed until re
cently at Williams, White & Co.
WOMAN'S CLUB ELECTS.
THE AXNTAL MEETING AND
election cf officers of the Davenport
Woman's club was held yesterday aft
ernoon when the following were chos
en for the ensuing year:
President Mrs. W. H. Snider.
First Vice President Mrs. W. H.
Second Vice President Mrs. The-
Recording Secretary Mrs. Alfred
Corresponding Secretary Miss
Adah E. Wright.
Treasurer Mrs. Jules Kerker.
Registrar Mrs. George S. Johnson.
Auditor Mrs. Frank Smart.
Directors Mrs. C. R. McCandless
and Mrs. Adolph Priester.
Mrs. Gustaf Iange, the retiring
president declined reelection although
r he was urged to accept the nomina
tion because of the excellort work she
has done in the office. ' The club has
a membership of over 300.
TWO MOLINE COUPLES WERE
quietly married at Cambridge last Fri
day afternoon and the news of their
marriage iai just been made known
to their friends. Miss Nellie Swan and
Miss Pearl Collins Aid. J. Howard
Lane and Harry Greenleaf all went to
Geneseo Friday and from there drove
to Cambridge without telling anyone
of their plana and at 3 o'clock were
married by Judge Leonard Telleen,
the Ibrides and bridegrooms In the
double event acting as attendants to
each other. Miss Swan has been a
telephone operator at the Bell exchange
and Mr. Lane Is a younger son of Mr.
and Mrs. W B. Lane and is employed
by his brothers at Lane Bros.' restaur
ant Mrs. Greenleaf is a half-sister of
Mrs. Lane and the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. U. G. Collins, the latter also moth
er of Mrs. Lane. Mr. Greenleaf is
employed by the Midland Motor com
pany. Mr. and Mrs. Lane are now at
the home of the bridegroom's parents,
2023 (Seventh avenue, but they are
planning to go to housekeeping soon.
LUTHERAN PASTORS MEET.
THE LUTHERAN PASTORS' Asso
ciation met at the Denkmann Memorial
library yesterday afternoon at 4:30 in
the monthly session. Rev. N. J. Fors-
berg opened the meeting with devo
tionals and Dr. L. G. Abrahamson gave
the paper of the afternoon on the
topic. "The Ideal Christian Minister."
The reading of the paper was followed
by a general discussion and the asso
ciation has asked to have the address
printed In the Lutheran Quarterly be
cause of its high order. The attend-j
an'ce was the largest this year. A num
ber of the members took dinner to
gether after the meeting.
MRS. FRED WOLTMANN HAS AN
nounced the engagement of her daugh
ter. Miss Magdaline Stewart, to Dr. A.
D. Smith of Newark, N. J. The an
nouncement was made at a family pin
ner party given at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Woltmann, 2215 Seventh
avenue, last evening, at which covers
were laid for 18. The decorations of
the table were elaborately carried out
with baskets of American Beauty rose3
and Easter lilies. The date of the nup
tials has not been announced. Dr.
Smith Is visiting in Rock Island. Miss
Stewart has many friends in the city
to whom the announcement of her en
gagement will come as a happy sur
MISS FLORENCE WHITNEY OF
Chicago and George H. Wright, mana
ger of the Moline Automobile company
of Minneapolis, were married Saturday
evening at 8:30 at the home of the
bride, 5912 Normal boulevard, Chicago.
The young couple left Sunday for their
home In Minneapolis. Mr. Wright is
the eon of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wright
of Dixon, 111., and his parents and Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Wright, Miss May me
BLACK AND WHITE
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if (A K
A pretty model of an Easter re
Nntioii irnwn. mada of white liber
ty natin underdress. A tunic ol
Moi-ir net. embroidered in whit silk,
floss crystal and milk beada, traced
in vnulslte deslen.
The black panel is embroidered ir.
black floss and black cut beada. The
little lace frill for the sleeve Is very
becoming. The whole effect Is fin
ishes iviih a small bunch of pink
rosea, tucked In tha belt.
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their families as
a tonic and ;
body builder, I
when the little!
weak or run j
down. The nour-j
food elements ;
of which ' the j
flesh, strength j
and bring back
the flush of health. It Is a safe med
icine to use, because it is free from
alcohol or dangerous drugs in any
form. Not a patent medicine but a
doctor's prescription with more than
50 years of success. Get a bottle to
George O. Cawley and Dr. Charles
Ham on charges of alleged participa
tion in "black hand" plots which have
been perpetrated against the John L.
Adams family of Solon just north of
here, for the last year.
Weds Governor's Daughter.
Santa Fe, N. M., April 9. Miss Fran
ces McDonald, daughter of the gover
nor, was married secretly Saturday to
N. A. Spence, for two years the gover
nor's private secretary.
FIRST HPPL1TI1 '
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a dimpie nemeay uives uoiori
t Strength and Beauty
,to the Hair
Yon don't have to have cray hair or
faded hair if you don't want to. Why ,
Wile nld nr unattractive? If vonr hairi
ia crmtf rr fnHpH vnn enn rhnntra ir J I
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easily, quickly ana euectiveiy Dy using;
Wyeth's feaee ana buipnur tiair!
Remedy. Apply a little tonight, and in !
If coffee or tea has control of you, causing headache, insomnia, ner
vous prostration and other aches and pains
Better be the governor and oust the trouble-maker.
One thing is certain, relief cannot be had until the cause of the trouble
Some improvement may be expected from simply quitting the coffee or
tea, but the way will be easy and the return to health hastened if you shift
to the food-drink
It is made of choice wheat and a small per cent of New Orleans molas
ses; not a particle of coffee or any drug whatever.
The morning cup will be just as hot, just as snappy, just as satisfying
and no hurt following if you use Postum in place of coffee or tea.
Why tear down nerves, heart and stomach with coffee or tea, when you
can do better?
For quick, convenient serving try
This is regular Postum in concentrated form nothing added.
Made in the cup no boiling ready to serve instantly.
Wright and Mrs. R. L. Rhea of Dixon
were among the guests.
MISS HOLMES HOSTESS.
MISS NATHALIE HOLMES, 1010
Thirty-eighth street, was the hostess
to the members of the Beta Delta Sig-1 the morning you will be agreeably sur
ma club last evening. At a business 1 prised at the results from a single j
meetirg the girls decided to organize application. The gray hairs will be less ,
: ,.. . . .,i iv- . conspicuous, and after a few more
island some turn, during the month of applications will be restored to. natural
July. While they talked plans for! Wveth's Satre and Sulphur also craick-
camping they sewed and the hostess Jy removes dandruff, leaves the scalp j
served refreshments. Miss Theresa clean -and healthy, and promotes the!
Hnna xinotoonth trot anH ir.!ht h ! Erowth of the hair. It is a clean !
avenue, will be the hostess at the next I wholesome dressing which may be used!
at anv time with terf ect Bafetv. I
meeting. . i r.pt A fiftv l-pnt hnttl(frnm wnni?ra(r.!
Postum made right is now
served at most hotels, restau
rants, lunch rooms, soda foun
Instant Postum is put up in
airtight tins and sold by grocers.
; iWTAjrrPosTUM I'
.1 NtalMlua it
KEGULAR POSTUM 18c size
makes 25 cups; 25c size
makes 50 cups.
INSTANT POSTUM 30c tin
makes 40 to 50 cups; 50c tin
makes 90 to 100 cups.
"There's a Reason" for Postum
Postum Cereal Company, limited, Battle Creek, Michigan.
FAREWELL SURPRISE PARTY.
916 Seventh avenue, was
surprised at her home last evening by
a company of friends. She will leave
soon for a visit with relatives in Rapid
City and from there go to Wisconsin,
where she will make her future home.
Those present were Irene I-anen, Ed
na Theus, Irene Miller, Rosa Pewe,
Florence Sommers, Charlotte Park,
Frances Roberts, Mabel Theus,
Myrtle Heverling, Ellen McDonnell,
and Marie Theus. The evening wa3
pleasantly spent in games, and a three
course luncheon was served.
IN HONOR OF VISITOR.
MISS HELEN MOSENFELDER EN
tertained at the Rock Island club at
neon today in honor of Miss Sin.on of
Perry hall. Lake Forest university, who
is visiting Miss Cole of Davenport.
Covers were laid for eight and the af
fair was very informal in r.a'.ure.
A MEETING OF THE ASSOCIAT
ed Charities will be held at the Associ
ation house, 637 Seventeenth street,
Thursday evening (April 11.
The Indies' Aid society of the Third
Christian mission will held its monthly
coffee and apron sale at the home of
Mrs. E. L. Welch. 1317 Forty-fourth
! street, Thursday afternoon and even
The J. M. G. girls will give a private
dancing party at Elks' hall April 16.
gist today, and see how quickly it Will
restore the youthful color and beautv of
Ttinvpsnv 1 your hair and forever end the nastvi
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pleasantly T1- a'uT -fy u K a lau,n
r , hom All r rn rcr eta coil tr nnHa rr i o i
antee that the money will be refunded
ii you are not satisfied after lair trial. ;
The Guaranteed Liquid Hair Destroyer
Is the only preparation known to Medical Science
that will instantly and without the slightest
injury to the most delicate skin remove
Ion't waste time and money experimenting buy
a bottle of El-Kado and rid yourself of that
most humiliating hl-mish that mars your beauty.
If ynu are not delichtrd with the results of
El -R a do, your money will be refunded.
Write to The Pilgrim Mfg. Co., 121123 Fast
37th St.. New York, ir valuahle information
about this wonderful new scientific discovery.
Kl-kado is sold bv the leading and most re
putable dealers in their respective towns.
For sale In Hook Inlnnd at Young &
Mrlombr company only.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Trl-Clty Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefa.
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
Blx per cent farm mortgages. LIU
ten Sc Roberta, Peoples National
Now Is the time to huy a sewing ma
chine. See "The Free" at the Mill
We want every reader of this paper
to see "The Free'' sewing machine.
The Mill store.
When la need of wall paper, room
mouldings, paints, oils, glass, brushes,
etc., call and see P. J. Lee, 1203 Third
We want you to see "The Free" so
that you will prove to your own satis
faction that it possesses every one of
the good points known to a sewing ma
chine, and has eliminated all of the
bad ones. The Mill store.
Announcement has been received by
Eurlington officials in this city of the
Impending arrival of a Great Northern
exhibit car which will remain in Rook
Island for three days, beginning April
20. fThe car Is said to contain some
of the finest fruit and grain samples
which have ever been secured.
Mrs. L. A. Loring
3I8V2 Twentieth Street
Mair dressing, facial mas
sse, skin bleaching, manicur
ing and chiropody.
Resident work from 9 to 12
a. m. Hours at studio 1 to 6
p. m. Evening hours by ap
pointment. Phone West 1969.
Indict 4 in "Black Hand" Plot.
Iowa City, Iowa, April 9. The feder
al grand Jury yesterday indicted
"Shorty" Dvorak, Harley Miller.
As an aid to investors, we
have a carefully selected list of
the most ue&irahle Illinois non--taxable
investment stocks, in
cluding four guaranteed stocks.
We also have other non-taxable
stocks of smaller compan
ies which show larger returns
on the investment, etc. We
specialize in Illinois tax-exempt
Call on na or write for lit of
LITTEN S ROBERTS
Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages.
Peoples National Hank JSldg.
sia b $200 sroi pianos
at the great sweeping sale at the Bowlby Music 'house,
Rock Island, of finest high grade makes of pianos, player
pianos, conducted by representative from the largest and
one of the oldest piano manufacturers in the world.
Very Large Number Token Last Week
Rest Will Go Quickly
Many going at half price and special used bargains for
less Its the greatest piano opportunity ever known.
Very easy terms at no advance in price, offered to alL
Call and Investigate at Once
This Opportunity Can Not Be Obtained Later, Act Now!
W W.-W PST SELL PIANOS
is the spirit which has made this the greatest piano sale
in this part of the country, with prices marked down to
a lower point than you ever dreamed of paying for the
standard make pianos sold here by the Bowlby Music
House for 33 years.
Should you look in at this store at any hour of the day
and see the number of people busily engaged in supplying
themselves and the little ones with pianos, you would say
"There will never be another opportunity like this to sup
ply the home and family with an instrument."
If further evidence were needed you only have to in
vestigate the prices and terms and note the famous
makes that are being closed out here at "unheard of low
prices, to convince you that now is the time to buy your
piano. The selling of this stock of fine pianos and play
er-pianos by the manufacturers direct representatives at
nearly half price, ha's been a great boon to a large number
My orders from the manufacturers are to make this
the greatest piano selling event ever attempted in this
community. "We will, we must sell pianos, cut the
prices to such a depth as to insure the quick disposal of
every piano in this magnificent and large stock." That is
the spirit of this sale, the spirit which has sold many pi
anos the past week. .
People have come and bought in this sale from dis
tant, parts of our territory where we do not work every
day, such as Wilton, Iowa, Geneseo, Columbus Junction
A Pianoless Home
must be a dull place. If your home is that kind brighten
it up with a piano from thi3 sale. A piano is a necessity,
you owe it to your children to give them the benefit of a
musical education. Maybe you've neglected this duty be
cause you haven't investigated this sale, our prices and
For a small amount of $5.00 a month, we will sell
you a fine guaranteed piano.
THE WORLD FAMOUS
We Still Oft Brand New
Have Standard Make
besides six used instruments embracing EMERSON, KIM-
BALL, SMITH & BARNES, HALLET & DAVIS, STARCK
and other makes to choose from.
WE WILL--WE MUST SELL PIANOS
is the spirit which ha3 crushed down prices on good sub
stantial values in standard grade makes to
$68, $93, $114, $139, $148, $186, $198,. $247, $258,
KIMBALL PLAYER PIANO
are on sale at prices unusual in price reductions,
which may not occur again in the span of a lifetime.
ORGANS on sale good ones at $1.50. SQUARE PI
ANOS $5.00 and $10.00. 500 rolls of player-piano mu
sic to be closed out at 10c per roll. Piano stools from
25c up. 25 per cent discount on smal musical merchan
dise (Victor and Edison Talking Machines and records
excepted) including violins, banjos, guitars, drums, etc.
10 per cent discount on sheet music, books, folios, etc.
EASY TERMS to Responsible Parties
and even a little lower discount to those who can pay spot
cash. Every piano guaranteed by factories worth $15,
000,000. Railroad fare paid to all out of town piano pur
chasers. Store open Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
HARRY N. CHESBRO
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL. I
OPPOSITE ILLINOIS THEATRE