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THE ROCK ISLAXt ARGl'S MONT'AY, JUXE 24. 1912.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: About m
month ago I became engaged to m
young lady to whom 1 am passion
ately attached I thoueht she was
Just as much attached to me. I don't
care for ar.y other young woman's'
torietv and no not mane a practice ,
of calling on other girls. Hut this ," Devote all of your spare time
young lady continues to receive her. Take her on lime outings,
your.: men callers at her home even- lunr heons and such and make your
ing and I am beginning to think she- agreeable and Indispensable in
cannot .are o very much for me or! her life that she will not give an
she would not wlt-h so much maacu-, other thought to any of the other
I'ne company.. Would I be considered , men.
iftnloiia iitirf unreasonable If I asked
her no tr. receive these visits from ' Dear Mrs. Thompson: My
oih'-r youns nwn?
there s'.-e ia.vB a much attention ta
them as she does to me. J. S. C.
The youne lady may be jus!
thoughtless, and possibly if you teli
h'T iinletly arid seriously that you
would like more of her thoughts and
society and that It hurts you to Fes
lei five no much attention to othe?
youne men, she will be more con
siderate of you.
Of euurju' you do not wish to cut
hei off from ail her old friends, mas
culine or feminine, because she has
promised to be your wife. Fhe must
love ou best (.f all or she wuuid
not have done that Still, it Is only
the honoree at a linen shower given
Saturday afternoon by the members i
of the Victoria 500 club of which the
bride-elect's mother is a member. The
ladles called at the home of Miss
Cleraann. 1313 Fourth avenue, and J
brought with them a number of beau- !
tlf ul piece of linen, prettily wrap-;
ped in the wedding colors, pink and :
preen. The ladies also brought with j
them a delicious lunch which they!
served during the afternoon. The
rame of 500 was played and Mrs.
Sehumacker took first
Lohse, second, and Mrs. Koehler was
given the consolation favor.
I, Q. 0. F. LODGES
FOR THEIR DEAD:
Eev. Marion Humphreys
prize, Mrs. 1 Preaches Sermon in Memory
of Departed Odd Fellows.
Extra Big Attractions in the
Dear Mrs. Thompson: My eye-
Even when I am ! brows are rather tnicK ana give me
' a sort of fierce look. Is there any
way I can make them thinner my
self? I so admire the thin curved
, line that so many of the old pictures
of women show. Can I make my
eyebrows look like that? MARIE.
1 The only way to thin the eyebrows
yourself Is to pull the hair out with
, tweezers. If you can have the hair
! taken out by fhe electric needle it
w ill not come back; otherwise it will
i grow ngaln.
t'nless your eyebrows are naturally
rrched. you cannot make the curve
you speak of, but by care In pulling
out the rlKht hairs, you may gain
iMirtiiiied and considerate of a girl to , something of a curve. However, you
lts ntjra;e other men calling upon will need an oval face for curved eye-
MR. AND MRS. DONALD STEW-
art announce the marriage of their!
eranddauehter. Miss Daisy R. Wil-: '
liams, eldest daughter of "Mrs. Stjan-
wood Ransome of Moline, to Wallace
H. Carlberg, Which will be solemniz
ed at the Second Congregational church,
Moline. the morning of June 25.
After the wedding the young peoplejing
win leave lmmeaiaieiy i"r a ii iy
through Iowa, and on their return
MEMBERS ATTEND IN BODY
Life of Man Consisteth Not in What
He Possesseth," Is Theme of
In his memorial sermon last even-
in honor of the departed mem-
bers of the Odd Fellow lodges and i
will be at home to their friends at ! auxiliaries, Rev. Marion Humphreys.
1417 Fourteenth street. The bride ; pastor of the Central Presbyterian ;
has been employed at the Modern church, chose as his theme, "A Man's
Woodmen office and Mr. Carlberg is Life Consisteth Not in the Things
sn employe of the Moline Plow com-j Which He Possesseth." The services
pany. were attended in a body" by Odd Fel-
j lows and members of the auxiliary.
PARTY FOR MISS YOUNG. A section of upws was reserved for
THE MEMBERS OF THE SOT- them. Nearly H'O were present. In
day school class of the First Baptist J delivering his sermon, Rev. Mr. Hum-!
church, taught by Miss Alwilda ' phreys stated thoughts taken from.
Young, gave her a farewell party at , the emblems of the order. He spoke
Fejervary park inn Saturday after- of life and of the all-seeing eye of
noon and evening. Miss Young will God. He spoke of the things for
i leave shortly for a trip through . which the three links stand, friend
j Europe. She was given a bundle of j 6hip, love and truth, pointing out that '
' 1 At am a ter oanli dav that she H- ill ' .1. i - - - : , , i
"" -" j ima luuiuiuniiun 01 I'riucipiea mattes
be on .the ocean trip, written by trre the right life.
YOUNG &MQ COMBS
JLCO OPERATIVE STORE C& X JL Rock sdmJ,
of the Big Sale..
her after she Is engaged to be mar
ried As a rule, young men who
have called a-rourting. stop calling as
noon B! they know their hopes will be
unfulfilled, although sometimes there
are one or two who continue to per
slr in the hope that the girl will
ehiirifp dor mind.
I'll If there are any r""d eld
frb'TifN who are Just friend, you will
not want her to fcive them up. I
would RtiKKeHt that you get acquaint
ed wi'h them and make them your
friends alo. Meantime, don't give
vour fiancee any chance to get lone-
brows. Ther would look odd with a
face of square outlines.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have mar
ried aeain and my daughter wants to
tnkc the name of my new husband,
Can this be done?
MRS. A. M. C
She mav of course call herself b
members of the class. The evening
was spent iu an informal social way.
MISS NELLIE ANN ALLENS
worth and Aaron C. Peek, both of
I'ekin, 111., were united in marriage
: this morning at 11 o'clock at the par- another emblem
; t-cnage of the Memorial t hnstian tne
1 church, the pastor. Rev. E. T. McFar-
if sh" wl.-hes, though if 1 land, performing the ceremony. They
were accompanied by Miss Lulu
Cleveland and H, G. Waschu. Mr.
and Mrs. Peek have gone for a -wedding
trip to Chicago and will make
their home in Pekin.
fiht- isli.'f to make that her legal
name It will be necessary Pi have it
registered by permission of the court.
Or, your husband may legally adopt
her as his daughter.
CLARKE McKINLEY NUPTIALS.
THE CHICAGO RECORD-HER-ald
in this morning's issue says: Th
marriage of Mini Grace Marie Mc
Kinley, daughter of Mrs. Emily M
Kitiley, .Mil" Lakewood avenue, to
t party went to the howe of the
I groom's mother, 217 Twelfth street,
where a wedding breakfast was aerv
' id. Mr. and Mrs. 'Newcomb left for
, a wedding trip to Peoria'and upon
their return will make their home in
Thomas Charles Clarke, son of Mr i this city. Mrs. Newcomb has been
and Mrs J. M. Clarke of Milwaukee ' employed us a nurse at St. Anthony's
will take place tnrrw at 11 hospital and Mr. Newcomb is em
o clock at St. lta's church. Owing t ployed by the Ulake Specialty com
a recent b-renement in the family, i pany.
the wedding will be quiet. Miss Ger-' .
trndo McKlnley, sister of tlie bride,
will .be maid of honor, and a cousin,
Vihh Horothy t'arpenter of Milwau
kee, will be the flower girl. Frank
Jennings of Milwaukee will serve as
best man. Immediately after the
ceremony a wedding breakfast will
be served Bt the Mission tea rooms.
Miss McKlnley is the daughter of
the late Milton McKlnley of Moline.
a coiinln of the late President .McKlnley.
NEWS OF THE MARRIAGE OF
Rev. George N. Anderson, who was
graduated from Augustana Theolog-
I.IFK XOT KVKUI.ASTIXCi.
The thought of immortality, pictur
ed In the skull, cross bones and
scythe, another emblem of the order,
was used to picture the thought that
life is not everlasting. The bow and
arrow and the quiver of arrows, still
was pointed out by
pastor as a sign of protection,
rather than a sian of hostility. He
spoke of the union of brotherhood ,
portrayed in the bundle of rods and'
of the strength emanating from this
unity. And the othr emblem, the
bible, he said, is the source of all
I The purposes of the lodge, visiting
the sick, giving relief to the needy,
conducting burial services and the
care of the orphans and the aged ;
, were commended by the pastor.
THi: IIOXOKKI) OK M.
Those who were honored in nieru
, ory at last evening's services were:
lllll K IM.WI) I. !. K X.'t. IS.
' Hans Enfield, 1). Canahan, Marcus
j Detjens. C. S. Newberry, A. F. Cutter,
; William Ec ker, A. Christopher. .lames
I Shield?. S. P. Miller. Giis Wilken. T.
j W. Ratison. S. M. Coplin, n. F. Kinney,
i R. F. Gray, H. Burgower, Philip Mitsch,
j T. A. .lohnson. W. L. Sweeney, A. Nes- ;
, her. lohn Froboes, William A. John
son. John Schnitzcr, Charles Arnold, J.
! p. Stroehle, U. Harver, A. Nisson, George ;
i Dunnan.James Harding, E.C.Sweetland. !
j.M. Erbs. Charles Engel, E. O. Va'en-j
tine, Francis Papp, Owen Fullham, V. '
H. Todd. E. C. Stafford. Thomas Jen- .
kins, William Schmahl, W. H. Tren- i
kenschuh, John Dietz, George Schnej
dor, Peter Stelk, William Kale, C. ;
Churchill, I.iba Colburn, E. Teis. Wil-;
Ham Rinck, M. Koch. C. F. Whiffeti, '
W E FREELAND PRESIDENT! E Kre11-(iforee Brai,ph- ras',er Fi,11l
. t. rntLLHinu rnwiutmi er Amog Bloi,k , wooienhaupt. D.
! Uowen. Ferdinand Davis, Chris Schot k- i
Miss Itesie Berler Secretarr Ieie- r c n Knox. J. Lothringer, William ;
Begins Tuesday Morning
at 9 O'clock
No woman can afford to miss this opportunity,
ever happened in Rock Island.
The biggest dry goods event that
THE LADIES' ALTAR SOCIETY
of St. Joseph's Catholic church will
give a coffee and sociable tomorrow
afternoon and evening at the home
of Mrs. C. Rragdon and Mrs. Welsh,
1229 Second avenue. The public is
invited to attend.
The O. E. S. Sewing circle will meet
with Mrs. L. O. Holmes. 1010 Thirty
eighth street, tomorrow afternoon.
Those attending should take the Elm
Will Be Held at Bradford Tues
day and Wednesday All
During the heavy selling of the past 10 days, thousands and thousands of remnants,
short ends and odd lots have accummulated. These we do not want at any price, and be
ginning Tuesday morning we will distribute them amongst the people of this commun
Fearful Sacrifice Prices
Remnants of wash goods, ginghams, calicoes, percales, tickings, towelings .table lin
ens, laces, embroideries, curtain Swisses, silkolines, wool dress goods, silks, mattings,
etc., all in good useful lengths thrown out for quick clearance in the big sale beginning
Tuesday Morning at 9 O'clock
VOUNG &MC COMBS!
iLco operative STORE CO. A 2L Rock ,sand, .
THIS GIGANTIC REMNANT SALE WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE BARGAIN
U,hr lUrrk in Ibr (Uij (Htnrrljrs
First Methodist. The Sunday school , Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
hoard will meet this evening at S
o'clock at the heme of H. K. Walker,
19n2 Seventeenth street.
The Queen Esther circle will hold
The Reliance club will meet Friday
evening at the home of J. Hasselqufst,
?i27 Ninth-and-a-half avenue.
Zion Lutheran. The Young People's
Prayer services will be held Tues-i"'-' " '"
,io.. .f., o. - vi,.b nr t w !"? home of Uev. N. J. Forsberg, 4o09
Stewart will be the leader of the
gates From Local Methodist
Churches to Attend.
The annual meeting or the Epworth
league of the Rock Island district of
leal seminary this month and was or- the Methodist church will be held at
daincd last Sunday in Chicago, will ! R-uHf, m t. . ... , .
, hl ... . . . . ... Braarord, 111., Tuesday and ednesday
interest his friends in the two cities.
Th wedding occurred in the Swed-, ,nls week- Earl Freeland of Spen
lsli Lutheran c hurch at Essex, Iowa, j cor Mpmorial Methodist church, this
Thursday evening, June 2u, and the,0''-'' is Prefil"v"t of the district league
bride was Miss Mabel Ekeroth. aTUl M'89 Bessie Beeler or tbe first
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eke-i Methodist church is secretary, and
; roth, the former a prominent citizen j Rev- C. E. Hawkins of Spencer church
NEWCOMB-JOHNSON. ! and banker of Essex. Tne bridal pair : 8 a member of the executive com-
MISS ESTELLE .1 O H N S O N, ' departed Immediately after tne wed- ' niittee Delegates from the First
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman .ding for California for a Journey otfhurch who will attend are: Misses
Johnson nf Moline. and Frank New-; several weeks and will return for a! Josephine Oook. Bessie Noftsker, Ber
coiiih, son f Mrs. Thomas Newcomb, j visit in the bride s home town before 'ha Jonassen, Bessie Beeler, Amelia
were married Saturday morning at going to their home in Topeka. Kan.. ; Trenkenschuh. Clara Reddicker nrt
where they will be at home after 'Ralph and Arthur Koerber: and from
fPL Spencer church, the Misses Alva ll.
Ball, Jacob Ohlweiler,
John Harver. P. Nisson. S. Youngren,
P. Gottsmann, R. H. Andrews, J. R.
Huber, S. B. Stoddard. George Hill,
Clemens Young, T. McTaggart, George
W. Aster, I.. Heinsfurter. F. Fitzpat-
its annual meeting at the home of j The Woman's guild will meet Thurs
Miss Mary Snyder, 2121 Eighteenth j day afternoon w ith Mrs. Henry Her-
avenue, tomorrow evening at 7:45.
The Hariiett Jlendersnu Memorial
class will hold its monthly social meet
ing and business session tomorrow ev
ening at 7:'.i0 o'clock at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Walker, Sixth
Wediu sday evening prayer services
will be held at l'M o'clock.
The members of the Woman's For
mann, on Thirteenth avenue.
Mrs. Oglevee's class of girls will !
give an ice cream sociable on the
lawn at the home of Miss Hazel
Spaulding, 2MG Eleventh and a-half
avenue, Friday evening beginning at
The boys' chorus will meet Wednes
day evening at the home of Miss Hult.
The Rock Island district meeting
of the Luther league 'will be held at
New Windsor, June 27. Members
iirom tne ioc:ti league win attend.
Saturday afternoon at 2:3i o'clock
the Sunbeam society will meet with
Mtb. T. O. Anderson, 4503 Ninth
rick, George Wagner. Nick Rothwell,
Ixjuis Bremer. ,lo?ei h C. Cameron.!'"1 nel" at : ociock. , Central Presbyterian. Wednesday
Moses J.Bowen. Aug. Cram poon George j Tne members of the U onian s ror-niorning at , o cU)i:k an divisions of
Hewries, Joseph Ie Jean E. F. God-i cipn Mssicn society will be entertain-j the rastor's Aid society will meet
frey, Julius Mosc-nfeld r. Ira C. Peck. fi at the ncm0 of Mr- and Mrs- lyn'iat the church. A box luncheon will
John H. Ransom, peter Sc hU-mnier. K. (lall sollTh of -Mi,an- Thursday. Those . be served at the church and the i.usi
I). Sweeney, o t". Armour. R. F. Rho- i attonding w ill take the it o'cl ck iarn gs s, gsjon wjh i,e held at 3 o'clock,
denbaugh," Webster Akers. Gus Steu-! for Milan and ,h' 'ln be met at thal Wednesday evening the mid ween
gel. ; place by conveyances 'prayer service will be held in the lee-
, t(Al. ioix.f. no. tuts. ! e rx'P neiams .wit s'e !tiire room of the church.
Yilliam F. Peterson W. H. Barber nrfcl 'awn ocidui.. i-i uit- aaou uu. Thursday evening the intermediate Ice cream eoci.ilile on the parsonage
C. W. Herbert, J. W. Herbert, J. W.j!hf; rl"1!ti' lawn 1-rl,la evening at , 1)OVs of lh s,inrtay school, known lawn.
' Dailer. William J. Stoikham. Swani7:"- Thc' wU1 stlve kc trt'am a,ld j as the Loyal Knishtg. will give r u j f'hoir practice will be held at
Youngren. J. G. Gansert, Thomas Ta5-trake- j ice cream sociable on the vacant lot I Wednesday evening.
i gett. Louis Smith. John H. Hodson j 12K- Fifteenth street, opposite The Mitses Esthrr. Lillie and Edna
I Henry Johnson, R. M. Hacket:. Charles Spencer Memorial Methodist. The j Long View park. , Mulmrose will e-.itertain the Young
! Zimmerman, Nels Wiiltdson ' Charles ' study class will meet Tuesday) Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock the ! People's society in its regular social
iE. Hodgson: ' ' j evening iii the church parlors. j Woman's Home and Foreign Mission j mectinc at Long View parr next Fri-
l-i iuiii i fktr i.- , rl r.fi's, v pipi:.!':' ini;l-u c-el. itrHVfr socutv ui;l meet lit the Home of M r3. i . , n i,..
' '. -j - - - - ' -
Mrs Jennie Perk Mrs tinni.. rtr.ff frvic-es will bo h' 1.1 in the church. if). Leonard,. 2117 Twelfth street. A
Mrs. R. Herbert. William Reading. .1.' Wednesday e vening the Anti c ants j picnic lunch will be served at e,:31
W. Herbert. John Kunkle, Mrs. C B. ' will give a sotiabb' on the law n at o'clock and the men of the families J
Stoddard, Mrs. M. E. Iglehart, Nich.i tce home of Mi.-a Avi.s Ely, Fortieth i are Invited to attend. j
las Rothweli. Mrs. M Norman Mrs ! street and Seventh avenue. Ice cream' Friday evening at 7:3u o'clock the
First Swedish Lutheran Church.
The Sunday school's annual pbnlc will
be held on the Fourth of July at Long
View park. The ladies' committee,
who has in charge arrangements for
the supper, will meet at the home
of Miss Margo Ontc-mian next Tues
day evening. v
Wednesday evening, the trustees
of the church have arranged for an
7:30 o'clock at the rectory of St. Jo
seph's Catholic church. Dean J. J.
Qulnn otf.clHflng. The bridal couple
a unattended. The brTfle's gown
was of tan silk trimmed with Irish
crochet and she carried bride's roses.
Following the ceremony the bridal
IN HONOR OF MISS CLEM ANN.
MISS ANNA CLEMANN, W HOSE
marriage to William Orth of Daven
port la an event of this week, was
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brow, Alice Seeberger and Rev-
Hawkins and Earl Freeland.
The prcgram for the two days' ses-1
Banquet Program District president
Appointment of committees.
Nominating One delegate from each
Address Mrs. William F. Oldham,
wife of Bishop Oldham.
j 8 : SO Joyful Praise, Rev. Abram Jag-
j gers. Sunbeam, 111.
I 9:00 Department of Social Work
j Miss Alice Stabler, Neponset, 111. Gen
I eral discussion.
19:00 Department of Mercy and
j Help. Miss Alva Allsbrow, Rock Is
. land. General discussion,
j 11:30 Department of World Evan
gelism. Earl Taylor, Cambridge, I1L
' 1:30 Devotional eervlce, Rev. Abram
Jaggers. Sunbeam. 111.
2:tj Addrtsa. Rev. W. D. Agnew,
President Hedding college.
2:30 Business. Reports of district
officers. Election of new officer.
3:30 Department of Spiritual Work,
Rev. G. E. Tilton. Buda. 111.
7:30 Song service. Rev. Abram Jag
. gcrs. Sunbeam, 111.
! S:0 General conference of 191Z
Rer. AVxander Smith. Rock Island.
S:3t Address, Dr. E. C. Fintel, Des
i Adjournment, ,
Next Sitltflsiv f'Vi-ninff the man tit
; the choir have arranged for a song
! Kervice. and the men will render the
A. Hardin, Mrs. Mary Ransom, Ixna I and rake wi;1 be Sf rvt1-
Young people's society of Christian
Barton, Jamc& Hardin, Mrs. C. Milche. i Thursday evening the Sunday school ; Endeavor will hold its business se-s-
i board will meet at the church. I sion and annual election of officers at
I Friday afternoon the Standard Bear- the church,
ers will hold a picnic in Edgewood I
YOUNG PEOPLE TO
Friday evening the choir will meet
The coffee of the Ladies' Aid socie ty
"Hiawatha" as dramatized by '
Mrs. Marion Humphreys, is to be pre-;
sented next month at the Watch 1
Tower under the auspices of the
! that, was to have been held July i
been pos' poned.
United Presbyterian. The Kate
Hill Mission society will meet with
Miss Hazel Cardall, 31S Fourteenth
street, Tuesday evening.
has ! I'rayer sercices will be held Wed-
if-ay afetrnoon at 2:30 o'clock.
I The I-adirs' Aid society will meet
Tbo Junior ' with Mrs. Huntley. lWj Fourth
Aiken Street Chapel. The Indies'
Sew-ing society of Aiken street chapel
will meet Wednt-fday afirmon at 2:?,0
o'clock at the home e;f Mrs. Waiter
Sandcrse.n. Ilrar.liar .iire-et, South Rock
association will meet at 2:30 o'clock
Youne Peoi)le league nf ,h c-onJTupsday in the church.
tral Presbyterian church. C'hannon ' The Bprtan 1,ihl claHS wil1 bA tn"
L. Davis is to be in general charge "trtaincd tomorrow evening at the
of the production and some 60 to 70 : home of Mrs. Dary Williams, 225
characters are to be portrayed. Tal- Fifth avenue.
street, Friday afternoon. j
Trinity Episcopal. The Woman's '
Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Anna i
Magulre, 719 Thirtieth street, Tue-':
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
ent from the three cities will take the: The primary and Viginni.-rs depart- j Friday morning prayer will be said '
various parts. It is planned to give ments of the Sunday school are in-'at & o'clock.
four presentations, July 17, IS, 19 ' vited to a picnic on the lawn at ihe j Saturday, St. Peter's day, the ceic
and 20. An open air setting of un- home of Mrs. W. H. Marshall on Twen- i bration of holy communion will take,
usual beauty and adaptability is af- ty-sixth street, Wednesday afternoon. j,ace at h o'clock. ''
forded at the Watch Tower. No Those who are to attend will meet '
pains will be spared in making the
affair a success. The experience
which Mr. Davis has gained in his
amateur productions supplemented
by that gained in the professional
ranks last year, make him amply com-
peieci co cireci cue recearsais ana
staging of the piece.
the church at 2 o clock.
"How aUmt Unit newly married deaf
mute e-ouple next door to yon? lK thej
-LospeataLly." Boston Transcript
I about the standing of the Kimbal!
First Baptist. Mid-week Prayer ! r.K. , ut ...n .v,.
Prayer services will be held Wed- , services will be held Wednesday even- i ls unveronIly admir-d by all wusi
nesday evening in the church. ,ns? at 7:30 o clock. cUm, and that ,u fine tone endear-
The Ladies' Aid society will meet : The ItaptlEt Young Pf?ople's union,. ifig t to more and more families
with Mrs. Carpenter, 717 Ninete-en'h ', ill give a lawn sociable at the home : yearly.
street, Friiay afternoon at 3 o'clock. of Mr. Hoffman, 1024 Seventeenth! If -.ou are talking of having a pno
The Indies' Aid society will hold a street. Thursday evening. !n case of !a vour boroe ronje u and ,et
bakery sale Saturday afternoon, July ; rain the affair will be held in the j Bbow you the new models of the high
e In the Sunday school rooms. Re- i church parlors. j grade Kimball piano,
fieshments will be served at this time. ;
Grace Lutheran-Parochial ichool j BowlbV S MUSIC HoUSC
ill be held every morning except! J ..
i Opposite Illinois Theatre
South Park Presbyterian. The Jun- : w-
i lor association will meet in the chapel i Saturday trom 9 to 12 o'clock.