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HIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1912.
!) ar Mrs. Thompsui: I have eo
many bilious hcadache-.s. What can I
do for them? JOHN".
Thrt 'n- no'hir.c 1 1 k . a dose of ep
om Baits for a bilious headache. When
you feel one cornim; 01. take a ta
Fpoon of salts In a half jrlas.-; of water.
If you eion't like the taste of the halts
(nobody does 1, ch w a hit of lemon
or oranv-p peel before ar.d after sw al
lowing the raits.
Head advice to "M M. C" (just
above , to keep your system in pood
order and prcv nt these bilious brad-erhr-s.
tx ar ??ts. Then. psor. : 1 .-iifss all
voni'ti are deceivers.
Here I have pot." with two Kirls
and Uith of t!ic;n treat-d trie very
veil. I thought I s'ood pr-tty hiKh
with both of them and I di la't know
whif h one I Ilk er bst.
Well, a l!lt)H fellow comes to town
and h'srirm to hlnc- hi.-, money around
and Will you believe it, both of those
j;ir!B won t han!l look at inn now?
They're all for 'his man who jingles
hiH money and buys il.em ice cream v
Midas and tak. s them riding.
A decent tnan hasn't a chain e any
more. What do you ii;iil; of '.those
two Kirls, Mrn Thotnpbon? I wish
you would roast them coo.J and proper.
Suppose yo'i try soitie of the Btranir
r'ii tuc'ics. mv friend.
Girls like to have a pood time, and,
nai:iiai:, when a man thinl.s enough
'' them to spend some moiiej on t h i r
happiness, they are point; to appre-
ia-e ,. The trl'B company is, worth
tome lit ream sodas and rides. Isn't 'wipe off
It? in dash
It -J. uu.f 1
for another outing July 25 at Mrs.
Tremann's cottage near the Tower.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. SO OF
the guests of the National Delta Sigma
sorority convention which Is being
held In Davenport, were entertained at
1 the Outing club at a dinner and dance.
The sorority colors ot pink and lav
ender were used in the decorations.
Thursday noon the visiting delegates
were entertained at a luncheon at
the Hotel Davenport. In the evening
a lawn social was given for the young
ladies at the home of Miss Julia Kindt.
near Bettendorf. This afternoon an
I have a chance to make unfavorable
I Women are not all deceivers, by any
means. Perhaps the cirls were a lit-
The meeting in New York at wh-ch
Fred W. Rcimers of this city was
elected a director for the United Rail-'
way & Light company, saw the com
pletion of the amalgamation of the Tri-;
i City Railway & Litht company w ith
' the new merger. The properties are j
(now dn the hands of Chicago, Tri-City, :
! Cedar Rapids and Grand Rap.Tls ;
automobile trip was taken through the M,fh P3' U nw a w,cslern
triitu. ti !i niaceB of interpRt institution and one of what is known
wor- x-lctt ThU -mln. fnrmal SUll gTOUP
dance will he given at the Outing
club at which the visiting delegates
will be the guests of honor. The bus
iness meetings are bein? held at the
9 o'clock each
tie hasty in apparently throwing down Davenport hotel at
I , illlUJlllUS.
an 01a iripna ior a new one. tsni mey
1 are probably quite young and have
i you done anything particularly to
! make your friendship more worth
'while to them than anybody else's?
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a young
girl, 17 years old and only five feet j
, tall. Do you think I will grow any :
more? Cou'.d you suggest any exercise 1
!hat would be good? It worries me j
a good deal to be so short. What is
good for a dark neck; also freckles
on the arms? GRAY EYES.
You will probably grow a little more.
1 Some girls don't stop growing until
they are 21. Is there a gymnasium
that you could a'tend? All the stretch-
1 mg exercises are good and may help
ou to grow a little taller. Perhaps
you can get somebody to put up a
turn-pole for you at home, from which
you can swing by your hands. Lie
fiat and stretch your wholf body.
j Stand on tiptoe and get a lot of fresh
(air. All these things will help you
! to grow and make you healthy an 1
: good to look at, whether you are short
' O' tall. Try lemon juice or bitter-
rii ilk for the dark neck. Io ycu wear
hish. tight collars? Massage the
' neck every evening with cold cream,
aft' r washing it with hot water; then
cold cream. In the morn
on cold water, then apply
J. F. Porter of
I Davenport was elected one of the vice
j presidents and chairman of the execu-;
tive committee. I
The executive committee, which will ;
direct the affairs of .the big company,
is composed as follows:
J. F. Porter, president Tri-City Rail
way & Light company, chairman.
Samuel Insull, president Common- (
wealth Edison company of Chicago. j
Edward P. Russell of Russell, Brew-i
of the members being ; sler -- - '"cago.
Richard Schaadelee, capitalist, Grand
George B. Caldwell, vice president
Continental & Commercial Trust corn-
Spnico up. Edmund. IS" a good
con pt t ifor. Give the stranger a run
lur hi-:" money. Show tlie Kirls tha
"i uri "somi .' loo. Then they won't
, 1 mon or buttermilk. l. mon and per
oxide are paid to remove freckles, but
: usually nothing is very successful in
COLONIAL WHIST CLUB.
THE COLONIAL WHIST CLUB
was entertained Thursday afternoon
y Mrs. J. J. Taxman, 2930 Fifth
present. The afternoon's play re
sulted in Mrs. M . Finkelstine receiv
ing first honors and Mrs. P. Polen
the consolation prize. Mrs. M. N.
Klawnas of Chicago, the guest of the Pan" of Chicago,
afternoon, was presented with a ! J. G. White, president J. G.
guest's prize. All of the prizes were ! Co.. New York.
beautiful pieces of cut glass. Fol-j Frank T. Hulswit, capitalist.
lowing the play the hostess served a Rapids, Mich.
four-course luncheon. Red, pin and j Officers were elected .as follows:
white carnations were used in the' President Frank T. Hulswit
decorations. In the evening the la-'Grand Rapids, Mich.
dies enjoyed a street car ride to the ; Vice Presidents J. F. Porter, Dav-
Watch Tower. The meeting was the enport; Richard Sfhaddelee and Claude
last of the season and regular ses- Hamilton. Grand Rapids.
sions will not be held acain until the i Secretary and Treasurer Benjamin
latter part of September. jc. Robinson, Grand Rapids.
I Assistant Secretaries and Troasur-
MANY ATTEND SOCIAL. j ers C. M. Hurd and U H. Ikinke
1 THE SOCIAL GIVEN THURSDAY ! Grand Rapids,
evening by the Ioyal Knights of . the I
Central Presbyterian church on the " " ' " -
lawn on Fifteenth street, opposite : prodigy. The little girl is at pres
iding View park, wa4 a complete sue- ent enjo'yin; herseif as any little girl
ess, socially and financially. The ; should and it is hnrdiy probable that
young peopb served ice cream and she will begin concert touring at
cake and had decorated prettily two present. She is an exceedingly busy
large headlights, attracting attention ; little girl during the school year,
to the place, and Japanese la:. terns with her music and her high school
and other decorations making the ' work, 1-eing a conscientious student
place attractive when near. i in both lines and a real vacation is
; felt by her parents to be the best
1 ASKED ON SUMMER TOUR. j thing for her.
BESSIE BAKER, THE LITTLE j
j pianist of this city, writes from Chi-; BAZAAR A SUCCESS.
I cago, where she is visiting that she! THE BAZAAR AND SOCIAL HELD
1 played b fore a number of profession-j Thursday afternoon at the home of
I al musicians in Chicago lat Sun-; Mrs. .1. Blockmann, K,2" Seventh ave
; day and that she has been asked to hup, by the Herman M. E. Ladies' Aid
i take a summer tour, during which ' society was a complete success, the
j she would be featured as a musical , ladies turning out and bringing with
them their menus. The preparations
jiur uie fociai na.i ueen uihii r n
'for a long time and when the time
ff smoothly. Tli,-
and many oth r
(.)(il U'Oiil'S COME PROM DEN
ver concom;i. g the work of Albert
Sand, formerly an Aui;st.u:a student
and well i-liown 11; Miis r. The Mus
ical Courier f ,i the l i'iiwhik of 'he
rra'luate of the Ai gustaiia Conserva
tory 1:1 a ! cent i.-suc:
"After Ma-i.i' '!' - trom the conserv
atory f f in ; i; . K Isliuid. 1:1., Mr.
Sand a 1 ei.tci the pusitioii as orran-
Ist a' the S..ii!; I.'it!ier.in church, ,
Stanton. Io.i. the largeM cotigrega- 1
tiou nf that dein .111:1. aiuii in the late I
Ills lll 111 ill r.-illp eXcendillg
proposition made by Elim
PRETTY FROCK IN
F1CURED WSUNZi:7lTl t
ttnncs which had been procured lor
j sale vanished in double quick time
and the coffee, ice err im and cake
.followed in their wake. The ladies
'are very pleased with the results o!'
i 'heir efforts.
m 1 r
tr. Miss Alice Fnnch, Miss Jane Craw
! fori. Mrs. Edna D. Bayliss, Mr. and
.Mrs. Joseph L. Hecht, Miss Elizabeth !
1 Allen and Miss Rosemary Iardner as- j
slstttl In receiving. The bride wore
; her wedding gown of crepe meteor and '
! princess lace, Mrs. Lardner wore aj
. niwn of lavender brocade, Miss 1
j Mabel Iarduer wore a green meteor I
Iw tnpadour gown trimmed with prin-j
1 less lace, Mrs. Stafford wore a gown 1
of crepe with gold trimmings, Misses 1
Rosemary I-irdner and Elizabeth AI- ;
lc n wore lace gowns over pink slips J
1 Vini ilar.d Miss Dorothy Iardner wore a I
SwdiKh 'eape grcnaway gown. After the re
J V I
Liitherun lunch. ClKcuto, to be or
jianist ui : music director, caus' d him
to retiii'N e to t hat city
"Early in l n Mr S.mJ received a
call frnm the Augustuna Swedish Lu
t'.'eran church of tl'.i:; city ( Denver)
to be orir.itilst ai d musical director,
which 1 rove,; irn sisMhly attractive.
ception the bridal couple left for an
extended tour In the east. They will
be at home in Memphis, Tenn., after
S plember 1.
ENJOY DAY ON FARM.
THE WOMEN'S FOREIGN" Mis
sionary society of the First M. E.
' in i'L,'1
11 T P"
Since hi un ival .tiver. March. : church enjoyed a pleapant day Thurs- j
L'il. !n lehiiMmi to his work as organ- ,la-v va ,he Tindall farm south of,
li t of his church. hi re his splendid i Mllan- T,ie ladies went as far as
musicianship was soti rt cognized, i Mi'an on 'he street car and there were
Mr. Sand has beer. t. aching piano! j n,et b-v automobiles and a hay rack
I!!s modesty and courtcm personal- ' UIld transported to the farm. The
Ity have i-iiiu-d for bin: a l...st of warm i hi'Hes society of Preemption was also
I'i'M in uuu me i o ieiif vseie
treated to n delicious chicken dinner
by Mr. ,Tlnda!. In the aternoon a
TrletK'.s. a 11 1 a lare class of Mil. 11a
u'ready s-hows marked progrts under
h'.K liisti uc'ion "
This CelUeS as uood tews to h!s
many Rock l!ari,! friends ho knew
lilru wh'.le stud.vie.j: lure.
Mr. and Mrs. ,H.
who w e.-e mar:'.,
lng, wa., ..!;,., a
lirldes ro-, s ui.,!
In the rt'.n.ng roe
while ferr.s a:.d
Illade V ery u'
Ceiv'.i.g l;r. er,
inald of hi r.or :
brother f the 1
and Mr Sra.r r
A'.un, Ji.uc a;..
to.i.ct J. Svnime.
: Th'-rsd.-.y morn
' heme of the
No . Pari; p!ac ,
!'l. ir!..y een'.r.g. The
ir.-tt:'-. decorate 1 with
Ki;!..r:.y roses used
and r-. c iitlon rmim.
' proeram was presented. Miss Florence
! Spanieling giving two piano solos. Miss
Mae Smith two vocal solos. Re v.
iGiddings. pastor of the Methodist
I church at Preemption, giving an ad
I dress, and Rev. T. E. Newland mak
' lng a few remarks. The ladies re
turned to Milan in automobiles about
5 o'clock in the afternoon, having en
joj . d the day to the utmost.
1 ... 1 1
X s ' 1
1 CV i ..-.
::h s !r. th.
' ::h In the Te- 1
i.ss .kkvi i-irdn'r.
cri;e W. St mmes,
'em and best man.
1 - 1 Mrr. W. L.
Mts James Boliinj-
FLOAT IN PARADE.
THE Mt'SIC DEPARTMENT OF
the MoHr.e Women's club met Thurs
day morning at o'clock in the re:-t
Hew U a pretty frock In figured
Jnuslln. fchu!ijR accUous ouilinvd
llh Cluny ln?i-rl!en snd clusters of
piu tuck. Wide bands of embroid
ered net are shown on the alternate
;sect1ons of the skirt sod on tne yoke
of the bodice.
WOMEN'S GUILD MEETS.
THE WOMEN'S GUILD OF SOUTH
: Park chapel met Thursday afternoon
j at the home of Mrs. Henry Hermann,
ji;"r,i Thirteenth avenue. There v. as
j an unusually large attendance and
ia pleasant social afternoon wa, spent.
(Only routine business was transacted.
I The hostess served refreshme nts. The
j next meet in :r will be held at th" home
i of Mrs. Wiiliam l.auber, Four-,
Iteenth avenue, the last Thursday in
FOR MISS HUDSON.
MISS GRACE lll'DON. WHOSE
i marriage to t harles . Pry is uu
event of next jnonth, was the truest
! of honor Thursday evening at a dinner
j party given by her sister. Mrs. H. C.
1 Krebs, 2'ji. Sixth avenue. Twelve
! young ladies were present and the hos
itess served a three-course dinrer.
i The table decorations were exquisite.
I Following the dinner the young ladies
j played games, Miss Bessie Blade!,
I M.ss Jennie Cronholm, Miss G. II.
Roberts and Miss Grace Fry rcceiin
' 'he prizes.
ICE CREAM SOCIAL. j
THE B. Y. P. U. GAVE A SI C- ,
essful ice cream social Thursday ev- !
ening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ;
Robert Hoffman, 1021 Seventeenth ;
street, the young people serving
! guests. The lawn was prettily decor-
ated with Japanese lanterns and elec- ,
1 trie l:rht . The so-i ty is planninu to I
five another social in the near future.
MANY ATTEND DANCE.
THE DANCE GIVEN THURSDAY :
ocn:nc at the Wa'ch Tower by the I
Areacia Masonic club was a complete 1
success, r0 couples enjoying the ev- ;
enine. Another dance will be given
t 5i ROCK 1 5 LAN D. I LL. VilSin ifi!
Smart and Stylish Footwear
For Men. Women and Children, at Prices
That Mean Big Savings to Purchasers
Odd Lot Bargain for Women
SATURDAY, your choice from hun
dreds of pairs of women's $4.00 pumps
and oxfords. The lot consists cf gun
metals, patents, suedes and tans,
choice of the lot qq
Men's end Women's
$3.95 buys any man's or woman's
J4.50 shoo in our immense stock of
high grade footwear. Any material.
any style and all sizes
Big Bargains in
BOYS' outing shoes, sizes 21 to
elk soles. Saturday
BOYS' gun metal and patent lace shoes,
were $2.30, Saturday
Boys' button oxfords in dull calf, all
sizes, Salurda-.. only
Children s Shoes
GIRLS tan strap slippers worth $1.75,
GIRLS' vacation oxfords of black kid,
GIRLS' pumps and oxfords worth $2.7
all sizes, Saturday lor
51.39 7( I Misses' $1.19 rc
lJC aud K)VC
j-, , , Women's $3.50 white buckskin rlfo
Il,Xira CSPeCiai oxfords. Saturday.
$2.95 Extra Special
One Day Specials
YOUR CHOICE of a large assort
ment of laney picture post cards.
NARROW WHITE leather
the i'.sc ones, for IT0
WHITE WASH ball fringe, to U.'.e
values, a yard -lf)"
WHITE IRISH CROCHET medal
lions, to ;2c values, each 35c, 25c
LARGE BLACK LEATHER band
bags. 51.110 values, for (JOf
THE OHIO earthern water filterer
with nickeled faucet, very special
for S'tunlay SI-CO
FAST COLORED, decorated ciepe
paper napkins, :i in bundle. Sat
SANITARY wood pulp picnic
plates, 2."i in package )
THIN BLOWN crystal glass water
tumblers with baud etching, 7."ic
doz. kind. Saturday, set of fi..1f)
NEW PALM LEAF FANS in two
sizes, eac h 3c and
FACE VEILINGS in many styles
nearly all colors, 2ac to hOc val
ues, a aid IOC
TAN OR WHITE linene, 4-picce
dress skirts, double panel back,
button front, very special . .g .()0
CHILDREN'S DRESSES of per
cales and ginghams, both plain and
fancy styles, all sizes, values to
1 '"! or,o
ALL DAY Yard wide bleached
muslins. He for this tiuality in most
stores, a ard G'iC
quisettes 8 l-2c
WE HAVE JUST opened up
a case of beautiful wash mar
cpiisette stripes in dainty
printings, which came as a
decided bargain. You will
pav i:.c or more tor these 111
a regular way.
One Day Specials
HOUCHIN S one-burner alcohol
gas stove, Saturday 1T
Hereon trunks, bags and
suit cases. Prices fully 20
per cent less than you pay
in most stores for equal
Mus.ca! Program in the
One Day Specials
WOMEN'S cool summer dressing
saopies of dainty printed batiste,
choice for 24
WOMEN'S combination suits of
corset cover and drawers, lace or
embroidery tnuimed, $ l.TiO ones
WOMEN'S long ktmonas of sheer
lawns floral designs, tilted bac::,
take 'em for just 05-f
LINEN COLORED doylies, stamped
in colors lor embroidering, a lot
of 2dc ones for
PLATINOID EARRINGS set with
brilliants, to close out an odd lot
of &oc ones, we ofter your choice
WHITE ROSE, Locust Bud, Violet
and Lily of the Valley perfumes,
Iii'c for these usually, an oz...29
(Bring your bottles.)
75c Ebony manicure seta for..J
$1.00 Bath sprays for 75
STORM QUEEN hair nets, 5c
ones, 2 tor 5
LACE CROCHET buttons, some
worth to I'oC at a dozen 7
9:45 A. M. aud 2:30 P. M. Good
quality of unbleached muslin, 10
yards for 39
ALL DAY Apron check ginghams,
all tutors and sizes, standard qual
ity, a yard
5,000 cut carnations, assorted col
ors, dozen 19?
Women s Underwear
n styles fn fine white cotton
regular izes, Saturday ,
Women's .Jersey ribbed union s
light knee style, sr.ecial
Young Men's Soft Col-
One of the best collar makers of Troy, N. Y.,
sold to us these 1.1c soft collars at a greatly re
dufed price, they come in many shades and
all size s. 1 r
married la-t ev. l.ing at the parsonao
of the Mi iiiei Christian church by
Rev. E. T. MclVrlaiid.
ING EXCURSION SUNDAY
On the steamer Helen Blair to
Mus'a'ii e. Leaves at p. m. . No
crowding, tnoil music. Fare 5o
etui.-;, round trip.
OFFICERS NAMED BY
BACKERS OF A YEAR
members of Group One of the
,ij Bankers' association, yest'-r-nauiej
the IculoAin.- ollicern for
ye.it while 011 their steamer ex
r. icieceii veil ion ye.-.et 1 day :
Chairman -V. A. Wi'reii, Galva.
'by the c 1 j i about July 2."
FLORENCE NYE. 731 FOFR
itienth street, and William Zies were
Blaze at Organ Factory.
Sparks from the smoke stack s-t
fire to the rc of of the Bennett Ort-an
company's plant at Forty-fourth
street and Third avenue, last ;iight
about 5 o'cior-K. When the d'-part-!..!.:
arrive d the blaze had been c x
t;i f;iii.-,hed by employes The damai;;
v as &Ge.:r'ui.
Vic:, Chairman I. A. W
Si-c:rttary-'I reasurei A.
M li.hc r of Ccjuiicil H.
Reck I.-d-i d.
Cocn'v ( hairiiian M. W. Ir
. I' ;j!' on ; iar;in 7.-atiV.z, Lad l;
! .-ndarbis, .Media: ( . B. Taylor
: bridge- rf. R. Amlour:. A'.edo.
IVieiich, Moline; G. W. Rayburn, R033
I O. F. And rson was chosen a mein
: her of the Illinois Conf relic n of Stat,
Batilers. I ResolutioiiH for qood roaihi wcr:i
1 a.ssed and also a resolution on tii"
death or Carl Ilellpenstcll. lile wai
: protniiieiit in BankerH' Association of
Illinois and wa.s (haiiman of th-; local
I The next meeting will be at Galva.
' Lame shoulder Is annost Invariably
cauned by rheumatism of the inuscloj
'and yb Ids quickly to the fice applica
tion of Chamberlains Liniment. Thl
liniment Is not only prompt and tf-
!fectual, but in no way difcagite ablo tj
use. S;!d by all druggists.
Brown's Business College
Ol'EN ALL SIMMER
rooms for a called meeting acj de
cided that th.y oou!d not hut be rcp-
! re.-ented in the htiije Fourth of July
parade which is planned. Accordir.5
ly. 3. R. Tuckis was placed ic charge
o! the arrar.nen.ents for the decora
tion of the float. The ladies are not to
' know any of the arrangements until
: the day of the parade, that the float
' may be as great a surprise to Them
as to the public at large.
TUP OPTIMI'S Ht- AIlINll riASS
New Class Starts July 8
1 r njoye.l a picr.ic Thursday at Subur
ban island, the whole day be:i. pcl
in the quest or pleasure. iiasKets
fill of the usual pood thir.es were
carried and emptied with due speed
wher. spread uron the lawn at th
park. The young people enjoyed the
beach very much and spent the preat
er pan of the afternoon wadinc in
SCHMIDT & ROBINSON
Warm Air Hcatm; Blunt mrr- m
Jtuarantcr of eeoiiiuiij. lifMiltlj and
leuiufort. 14-1 u u'k it over with you.
318 Twrenty-fiit St. Ihune W
I32ai'he water. The day was enjoyed so
much by a'.l that plans were niaJe
I ; -r-iTfi l j. m : ' t. M . ' . . t HUH. Ti
VI ;fi - t ii a
, Ltd. Hamilton. Out.
F. F. D ALLEY CO.