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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. FRIDAY, APRIL, 26, 1910.
ORCHESTRA CLOSES FESTIVAL.
TWO EXCELLENT PROGRAMS
by Thomas orchestra, one yesterday
afternoon, and one last evening, closed
the annual spring fentia'. of the Har
irionie chorus at the Grand.
Davenport. At the yesterday after
toon program Ret-cl Miller, tenor, and
Hans Letz, concert mclster of the or
chestra, were the soloists, each giving
A number, and responding to encores.
The program last evening was the
most pretentious one of the festival
and it was of unusual merit. Freder
ick Weld, baritone, Mme. Nevada Van
der Veer, contralto. Miss Florence
Hinkle, soprano, and Reed Miller, ten
or, were the soloists. The Harmonie
chorus gave three fhort numbers with
orchestra accompaniment. The or
chestra nave six splendid numbers, of
Which four were Wagnerian, the love
Bcene in the garden from "Tristan and
Isolde." "Wald weben" from "Sieg
fried." the "Hide or the Walkyries"
from "Ii Walkure" and "Vorspiel"
from "Hie Meister; inv;er." A better
urihestra pnmram h;i? perhaps never
titrn ghe ir. the tn-ciues. The at
Undanc' f the fo'ir concerts has been
most prat ifyj nc to the members of
the Ilarnrjiile bonis w ho have work
ed so hard to make their festival the
Bill c.ck thul it . as.
MISS IJOSE CAKI.SOX. DAfCH
C r of Mr. a:.l Mr CuM Carlson of h.2
6' vriiteentb avenue, Moline, and fjus
taf '(iiirai Swai'sr.n. were united in
:iiurrini;e V 'Itieula-- evening at the
horn" of the iiri'ie's parents, the Rev.
A. M. Johiiiii.cn of the Minion Tab
ernacle performing the ceremony. A
company of friends and relatives wit
nessed the service. Miss Ruth Carl
son, the bride'e sister, and Harry Eck
stam. "were of the bridal party. A
cousin of the bridegroom. Miss John
son of Galva, played the Lohengrin
wedding march as the bridal party en
tered. The bride wore a pretty white
lingerie dre6B and carried a shower
bouquet of bride roses and sweet peas.
Hfr bridesmaid was gowned in fin
silk miille. and she carried 6eet peas.
A beautiful white arch and wedding
bell of roses and sweet peas was ar
ranged at one 6ide of the room where
the bridal party took their places. All
the rooms were fragrant with pretty
pink and white flowers, and southern
smilax was ued artistically. Mr.
Swanson is a cabinetmaker by trade.
and he and his bride will continue to
make their home in Moline.
MR. AND MRS. RAGUET TO VISIT.
ENSIGN EDWARD COOK RAGl'ET,
I'nited Spates navy, with his bride,
who was formerly Miss Helen Gau-
i tier of Hickox, Ga., will visit in the
; trin ities next week. The marriage of
Mr. Kagu't and Miss Gautier took
plac last Wednesday in St. Mark's
Episcopal church a' Hrtinswick. Ga..
j which is a short distance from Hickox.
I the southern home of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas B. Gautier, the parents of the
bride, and the vomit; people left short
ly after for the north. Mr. Raguet is
' the on of Mr. and Mrs. Condo G. Ra
, guet of Davenport, and he has many
friend in the tri-cities. wh re he grew
i to manhood. He is a gradual? of the
Annapolis Naval academy, and is now-
stationed on the V. S. S. South Caro
lina, which it is expected will pass the
summer months at Hampton Roads.
FOURTH ANNUAL TAG DAY.
AT A MEETING OF THE HELP
ers' circle of King's Daughters and
the Associated Charities, held at the
Association house last evening, it was
decided to conduct the fourth annual
tag day of the associations Saturday,
May 18. The societies will hold an
other meeting next week and chair
men of committees and ward captains
will be appointed and plans perfected
for the canvass for charity. Tag day
will be carried on in much the same
way that has been done on the three
previous occasions that the societies
have had charge, and they hope to re
alize as much if not more than has
been collected at these times. The
proceeds from tags are divided between
the two societies and are applied to
the charity work carried on under
MISS CLAIRE RASMUSSEN,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ras-
roussen, of Thirty-eighth street, Mo
line, and Karl Seeber, Moline engineer
on the government boats, were married
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the
parsonage of the Second Congregation
al church, the Rev. R. S. Haney read
ing the ring service. William A. Held
enwag served Mr. Seeber as best man.
The bride wore a white lingerie gown
and large white hat and she carried
bride roses. Mr. and Mrs. Seeber will
make their home for the summer with
the bride's parents, and as soon as
v.-ork on the government boats closes
for the season, they will go north to
spend the winter with Mr. Seeber's
parents in Wisconsin.
MISS HULTENE ANOMIK HOSTESS
This hig-h grade four button oxford sells for $4.00.
Kv.dc by one of the most up-to-date factories in the
country. We have thtm in tan and black. If you
cr.nnot find what you want in footwear see the old
and most reliable shoe dealers.
1807 Second Avenue.
MISS HANNA HULTENE OF C55
jEast Sixth street. Davenport, was the
j hostess to the girls of the Anornik
j club last evening. They spent . very
', pleasant evening sewing and visiting.
I and a number of blocks for a quilt
jfor Mips Hultene were completed.
.Miss Rose Kinney entertained with a
j number of readings and other mem
I hers played and sang. Miss Cecilia
jBurkhardt, 1412 Twelfth street, this
city, will be the liostess next Thurs
RELIANCE CLUB MEETS.
THE RELIANCE CLUB OF GRACE
Lutheran church was entertained last
evening by Laurence Carlson, COC Forty-third
street. At the business ses
sion routine business was transacted,
and Professor Andrew Kemp?, David
Beckstrora and Elmer Holmgrain were
appointed delegates to the federation
meeting to be held this evening. J.
Hasselquist read a paper of the sources
i of the constitution of the United
' Statos, and this was followed by a
i discussion. A social hour followed
a;id lunch was served.
, WOMAN'S GUILD COFFEE.
1 THE WOMAN'S GUILD OF SOUTH
Park chapel entertained at the April
coffee at the home of Mrs. H. C.
Spaulding. 2836 Eleventh-and-a-half
avenue. There was a large attend
ance of members to enjoy the after
noon. At a short business session it
'. was decided to hold a lawn festival at
the home of Mrs. R. L. Baird. 3026
: Tenth avenue. May 26, afternoon and
evening. Miss Lorraine Simmons sang
very prettily and Miss Hazel Spauld
ing gave a number of piano numbers.
i OLIVE CINCH CLUB.
MRS. J. W. TEMPLE, 13"S TWEN-ty-sixth
avenue, Moline, was hostess
"Show me a town where there is
Consolidated Woolen Mills Store
and I will show you a town of
well dressed men." : : :
That was recently said by a prominent
manufacturer of clothing
That is the Natural Result
of our system of making the
finest custom tailored clothes
and making them for the men
who wear them, for
Ours is a system that furnishes you the
personal services of highly skilled merchant
tailors a system that furnishes you the
advantage of an unlimited selection of good looking,'
good feeling, good wearing fabrics, patterns and
colors-a system that makes it possible for you to
buy a $30 or $35 made-to-measure suit for $15. We fit
your figure and please your pocket book. Our Ironclad
Guarantee of Perfect Satisfaction goes with every suit
Now there is a C W. M. Store in your town. It is your
fault .if you are not one of the Well Dressed Men. : : i : :
The weather calls for coats
Aristocrats are these stylish and striking new
models first shown in our coat department.
For the changeable days of spring and early
summer and the many cool nights no gar
ment will give you the genuine satisfaction of
a rightly made ccat. These on display here are
all new, all attractively priced and all hand
somely made. In one lot you will find coats
worth up to $27.50 at only '
In another featured lot you will find some ex
ceptional specials at only
For those keen shoppers who have ' put off
buying a spring suit we advise an early inspec
tion of these beautiful models three specials
priced far below the same quality garments at
other stores, all new and typifying styles in ad
vance of the season.
9.98, 14.75, 18.75
At such purse f tting prices as we have mark
ed these artistic hats you surely can afford aji
extra hat. Really capable assistants in this de
partment have made us countless friends. Our
styles and prices have brought others.
3, 5, 7.50, 10 and up
yesterday afternoon to the Olive Cinch
; club, composed largely of Rock Island
' members. In the card games the fa
' vors were taken by Mrs. Grafton and
j Mrs. Hammer, Loth of Moline, first
and second, respectively, and Mrs.
I Frank Sperling of this city, consola-
! tion. The hostess served a nice lunch I
; after the games. The ladies will meet
next time with Mrs. North in Moline.
DINNER NETS GOOD SUM.
THE DINNER GIVEN BY THE
Ladies' Sewing society of Aiken street
chapel at the chapel last evening prov
ed very successful. They cleared
$2L,i.", which very nearly completes
the $25 pledged to the Y. M. C. A.
fund by the society. The ladies serv-
i ' vj a i in; ai auu air giau lieu nun
the liberal patronage given them.
i PRESENT GOOD PROGRAM.
THE YOt'NG PEOPLE'S Associ
ation, of the German Evangelical
j church presented a good program of
I readings and music at Turner
hall, last evening. The enter
tainment was attended by about
300 people, and the association
realized a good sum, which will apply
to the new church edifice.
APRIL COFFEE PARTY.
THE LADIES OF THE MEMOR
ial Christian church held their April
coffee party yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. W. F. Kaupke, 1513
Tenth avenue. Fifty-five ladies at
tended and they spent. a very enjoy
able afternoon visiting. A nice lunch
was served during the afternoon hours.
The fiance which was to have been
held at the Watch Tower inn. Satur
day, April 27. by the Ivory Leaf Social
club has been postponed till Saturday
evening, May 4.
An informal party will be given by
the Rock Island club at the club house
Thursday evening. May 2. There will
be dancing and cards.
All the news all the time The Argus.
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