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THE ROCK xaLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
I Mosetif elder, the Misses Evelyn Milius
ALTAR SOCIETY COFFEE.
MRS. M. F. LAViDON AND MR?
John Tobin ar the home of the former,
8nd Celeste Weil of St. Louis. Early
pardon flowers were used as decora
tions of the heme and the afternoon
vas passed visiting and with needle
work. At 5 o'clock a luncheon was
MISS SHELDON HOSTESS.
MISS JOSEPHINE SHELDON". S42
Twenty-first street, was hostess last
evening at a dinner party given in
honor of Miss Marion Crampton of
Moline, and Mr. Jones, her fiance. The
affair was very informal in nature. The
marriage of Miss Crampton and Mr.
Jones is an event of today.
THE MONTHLY COFFEE OF THE
I ladies of the First Eaptist church will
noon. In the pannes the first priz. i be held tomorrow afternoon at the
w tnt to Mrs. Ed Dierolf, Mrs. Peter j home of Mrs. John Bedford, 1020 Nine-
to meet the house guests of Miss Alma
IN PEACE CAUSE
I'fafT Took the second prize, and Mrs.
loot Nineteenth street, yesterday aft-; tamw.ii, tne consolation iaor.
ernoon and evening, pave a coffee for Th tts was given a piece of Havi
the benefit of the Indies' Altar socl- j 'anl hina. ' A nice Pinch was enjoyed
ety of St. Joseph's Catholic church. I &,f, r 'he games. Mrs. Peter Pfaff will
Th house was male very pretty and ; le the hostess in twf weeks.
attractive with decorations of roes, j "
carnations and spring flower. There i 'N HONOR OF VISITORS,
was a large attendance of ladies an.! j MRS. MORRIS GEISMAR, S36
rearly fin was cleared from the sale i Twenty-second street, Tuesday after
o.' the refreshments. Mrs. Conrannon noon entertained a company of ladies
of Chicago waa a guest of ttc af ter-j
noon. The Altar society will give an-
other coffee the latter j.art of June a'
the home of Mrs. Bragdoi,, 1229 Second
SOCIETY FAREWELL BANQUET.
THE SIGMA PI DELTA SOCIETY
of Augustana college ended up its m
rial aftiviMeg of the year last night
with a dinner given in the green room
cf the New Harper A d licious eight
courfie dinner was sarvod, the colots
of the society--reen ami gold being
beautifully can led cut. The ta!le was
'ffetively decorated in tulips and as
patagus ferns. After several toasts
had he n given, the party proceeded
In autoH to the home of Miss Rilla
Ftaser. where the farewell meeting to!
the departing members was held. The '
society will be heard from again next:
THE POINSETTIA KMIJROIDERY !
iltb was entertained yesterday after-1
noon by .Mrs. Ii;ib Iteddig. 1 '.!! Tbir- j
teentli avi iiiip. The house was made :
cool and attractive locking with decor--Hions
f:f ferns and carnations and
tpnr.g llowerb. I'lai.s wire made to'
ittetid the eiitert:iir:tient that will be '
If! ven fur the mi nibc rs this eeni'ii: at
Moc:,e hall. The hostess served a nice :
luncli (':.ring tlm af'crn' on. Mrs.
"har'.it Krnt.ier. ln"4 Seventh avenue,
will enti r'ain next tini".
HAVILAND CINCH CLUB!
MKf. FRANK KITPATRICK WAS i
ti e dilutes to the ni' tubers of the
ll:ii'i:tid rincli cln.) at her home in 1
Kouth Hock Island yesterday after-j
teenth street. The hostess will be as
sisted by Mrs. P. N. Kahlke and Mrs.
A cantata will be given tomorrow
evening at the Odd Fellow's hall un
der the auspices of the Eudora Rebek
ah lodge. No. 73, I. O. O. F.
Governor Affixes Signature to;
Measure, Which Is Effect
ive July 1.
BUSINESS IN THE HOUSE
oes Almost Given Away
Senate Measures Passed and Adjourn
ment Taken Ti'l the Third of
" - 5 fV i m
CONNERS COMES TO
CLAIM HIS CHILDREN
Louis Conners of Redondo Beach,
Cal., arrived in Rock Island this morn
ing to claim custody of his three chil
dren, who await action of the county
court in a dependency case. Conners
is the husband of Florence Conners,
the woman who was under arrest last
week. He has been separated from
his wife for three years. He stated
this morning that he is willing to take
the childien back to California with
him and to support them in proper
manner, whereas, if the children re-
1 main with their mother, he will not
! contribute a cent toward their liveli- j Ryan's
Springfield, 111., May 23. Without
the necessary two-thirds attendance
present to pass the remaining appro
priation bills, the two houses adjourn
ed until June 3.
The governor today approved the
Woodmen rate bill to become a law
July 1 next.
SENATE BILLS PASSED.
Senate bills not requiring a two-1
thirds vote were passed by the house j
today, as follows: j
Revised board cf administration act. j
State's attorneys' bills, fixing sal-1
aries in counties of less than 30,000 j
population at $100 for each 1,000 pop
ulation. St. Clair cou-nty levee district bill
providing for election of successors to
Amendment to the law for organiza
tion of mutual insurance companies,
providing that concerns other than
those of the same class may organize
JtnCES' PAY INCREASED.
The house passed Representative
bill increasing the pay of
jhcod. The dependency case is sched-! judges and clerks of election in Cook
j tiled for hearing early in June, but be- j county from $5 to $S.
cause of circumstances may be set 1 ZHZZZZZZZH
I forward to an earlier date to accommo.
I date Conners.
n The Biggest Bargains Ever
Offered in the Tri-Cities
Great Slaughtering Sale
Now Going On. Entire Stock Must be Sold Regardless of Cost
Hanan's shoes. $1.75, $1.S5, $2, $2, $2.50, $3 and... $3.50 All of these shoes are $4
pat. leather, $4 values $2.50 Keppendorf & O'Neil shoes,
Burt & Packard shoes. $1.75, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 and 5 values.
nnmmiiF k aptfr thf
i Tne josjj rjook came up from Han-
MYSTIC WORKERS' OFFICEinibal. Mo., this morning with three
; barges of cement.
The booster and business organiza
tkiis of Dubuque are hot on the trail j
o:" tlie Mystic Workers of the World)
ho are now located at Fulton, 111., and j
The Bonnie Belle, port of New Bos
ton, docked at the local harbor yester-
v.ho are casting about for a new loca- i14-
ilrs. Kluier K.
.iK. f New York.
who l.a.- lung been un enrm sl work
f r Hi tne tau.-e of universal peace,
recently jiurcluib-d the rights of
Israel .ungivill's ..s.y "War Llnd."."
Kliu will ircs 1. 1 the p. ay in this
ei'imtry uinlT tlie a us;ilrs of the
Arm ri' an peace ldt;'"'- iirs. lilu. k
vast l:..t -r a i::ti' to the
American pence enfi-r-Tiee r.t Hnlti-tie-re
and lias I i el- ti. '. il with
nrHtrntiiiii pi iv. i... r.to hire tii. J
l r iU'l fn f er.ti y :;
. tion with more modern and suitable
Iqmrters in which the head offices can
i he housed. Dubuque intends to land
I the order if it can and has made templ
i ins offers.
The first moonlight excursion of the
f.tason on the steamer W. V. and
barge will be taken out Monday even
ing. May 27, by Professor Thomas M.
Carron's tri-city dancing school. The
boat has been all newly remodeled and
a new dance Moor built. A number of
special attractions will be given on
board the boat.
200 pairs Lady Smitz,
$2.50 values $1.80
50 pairs Orman's Special, very
fine $2.50, $3 and ... $3.50
20 pairs ladies' white canvas
shoes, $2.50 values ... $1.65
50 pairs ladies' kid shoes,
$2.25 values $1.50
Wbite canvas twostrap slip
pers, $2.50 values . $1.65
White canvas pumps, $2.50
White bucks, 12 biton,
$3.50 values $2.50
Boys' shoes only 08c $1 and
$1.50, worth $2 a pair; $3 val
ues $3.50 and $4
Children's Playmate, patent
leather, $2 values $1.50
Children's slippers, $1
50c, 60c and 85c
Think what you save on high grade shoes. You can afford to buy a year's supply for the whole fam
ily. Big cut on any shoes in my stock. All $4, $4.50, $5 shoes go at $3.50.
Bl'Y EARLY, 1K)X'T WAIT Get some of these great bargains. The quality of these shoes speaka
Orman's Sample Shoe Store
219 17th Street. Market Square
The spl.-r.did work of Chamberlain's
Stomach :.nd I.iver Tablets is daily
coming to ligTit. No such grand rem
edv for liver and bowel troubles was
ever l nown. Thousands bless them I
for curing constipation, sick head- George Sudlow of the Streckfus
aeh' biliousness, jaundice and indiges- ! Steamboat line, has returned from St.
tion. Sold by all druggists. Ixiuis, where day before yesterday, he
only II 1 1 rZ
Powder ara ojTortac
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Don't Have to Wait for Weeks. A
Rock Islantl Illustration.
Waiting is discouraging.
Prompt action pleases everybody.
A burden on the back is a heavy
Iiard to bear day after day.
Lifting weight, removing the bur-
Brings appreciating responses.
Rock Island people tell of It.
Tell of relief that's quick and
Here Is a case of It:
Mrs. A. Webb, 718 Fourth avenue.
) Rock Island, 111., say3: "When I saw
Doan's Kidney Pills advertised some
time ago I procured a box at the
Harper house pharmacy. A member
of the family who had been com
plaining of backache and kidney
complaint used this remedy arid was
given prompt relief. While I have
never taken Poan's Kidney Pills my
self I know that they are an excel
lent kidney medicine and worthy or
eudors r. '
For sa!e by all deaijnj. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn cenpany, Buf
falo, N. Y., sole age.its for the Unit
Remember the name Doap.'a
and take no other.
Mlsi Edna Ellerba.
' There are many charming and
popular women in the congressional
cet at the nation's capital. The
fc -uth has her full cuota. uue of , erbe. of South Carolina,
the trcttiest anl most populai girl
at Washington from below Maxon
and Dixon's line Is Miss Kdna Kll
erbe, daughter of Cenfrrvsanian Lil-
Whlsky is Burned.
Schenley, Pa., May 23. Two ware
bouses of the Schenley Distillery
company which burned yesterday
consumed 85S.000 gallons of whisky.
The Iobs is $S00,000.
San Jose, Cal. A slight earthquake
was recorded by the seismograph at
Santa Clara university.
LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
One ?lz smaller after usInR Allen's
Ffot-Kase. the antiseptic powder for
tlie feet. It tnHkeK tifrlit or new shoos
feel easy: ?ivB Instant relief to rorns
and bunion. hUMer. ealloiirt ami sore
spots. It's the ffr"a,et comfort dis
covery of the HKe. SoUl everywhere, 2j
c'tits. For free trial pa' kiK". uddre.i.i
Allen S. OlmstxI. I,e Hoy. N. Y.
v itnessed the docking of the large bat-'
t.leship. Isle de Luzon, which wai
harbored in the waters washing along
the dock of the Missouri metropolis.
Mr. Sudlow report progress in the im
I provement of the steamer St. Paul,
! r.ow being converted into an excursion
: boat. He further reports that the ex
cursion steamer Sidney, plying out of
I the port of New Orleans, is doing a
bigger excursion business than ever,
and will not forsake the southern field
fo rsome time to come. The Sidney
has proven popular with the Orleans
The Demons of the Swamp
are mosquitoes. As they sting they put
deadly malarial germs in the blood.
Then follow the icy chills and the fires
of fever. The appe. e flies and the i H
strength fails; also mala.-ia of te'i paves ,
the way for deadly typhoid. But Elec- '
trin Xitt era V'll snH ru; rtnt the ma. !
laria germs from the blood; give you
a fine appetite and renew your strength.
"Iter long suffering." wrote William
Fretwell of I.ucanca. N. C, "three bot
tles drove all the malaria from my
system, and I've had good health ever
. since " Best for all stomach, liver
and kidney ills. . Fifty cents at all
rot. O. F. Sister's
on the new boat
j St. Paul Building of a road in
i Cook county, beginning at the C'ana-
: dian highway at the border line and :
! running parallel to Lake Superior fcr
i ..pules, wili start this week.
Dancing floor 30x120. The toat is one cf the finest excursion
boats between St. Louis and St. Paul on the MiasibMppl river. A
six piece orchestra will furnish the music fr dancing.
You should not misB this grand opportunity and attend the first
moonlight ex urtiou and enjoy the evening after being boused up
in the halls all winter.
Boat, leaves Davenport at 8:00 p. m. and Rock l3land a
8:30 p. m.
TICKETS, GENTS 50:; LADIES, 25c.