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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, JULY 18. 1912.
Mr Thrr r'n'a ma!! I o lrTte that
t ? h I":', in t ' n- of hr frlnl.
Ih ri 'nUri; t . l r.!nr hfi have
htmi-ii i.i lir. Kvrv l" 't-r wili r-"tv
l.r f.ro' 1 j.?t.-n;n. ":' It ! no al-;
j. to nwr II Immediately.
I-ar Mrs. Thompson: A young man
In i.i twii firms intreg'-d in me and
evirv time I go anywhere h" tries for
my, c:ii;iariy. but I fan t b ar the
th'.nctiTs of him. What would you ad
ite mo o do?
.prarre to iro with somebody else
'O'h tir:.. and be very rool to him if
It- i.isip's upen intruding.
parsonage of the Memorial (.ansuau
church. Rock Island. Rev. IT. T. Mc-
Farland officiating. Tuesday morning
Mr. and Mrs. Frodell left for Hotisn.
Texas. The bride had been employed j At a meeting held at the head office
for the last three years in the shoe de- j building. Modern Woodmen of Amer
partment of the L. S. McCabe company j lcai iasl eVening. at which represen
store and has many friends :n the twin- , tatives of Camps No. 26 and 13443, of
cities. Mr. Frodell is employed by the I tnis citVi and Camp No 457 of Moline.
Doll'nger & Nelson Candy company in . m ( were present, final arrangements
Davenport. After Aug. 15 the young were maie for tho admission to the
j people will be at home in Rock Island. society of two large and enthusiastic
I classes of applicants. It was decided
j that the first class shall be adopted
I by the offcers and degree team of .
Camp No. 28, of this city, at its resu-
lar meeting, to be held at K. of C. hall, j
Monday July 22. The second class ;
initiation will be early in the fall. j
, A program has been arranged, and it '
is expected that a number of the head
i officers of the society will be present :
on this occasion. Invitations have ;
been accepted by Head Clerk C. W. '
BRIDE TO JOIN IN CAMPAIGN.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jl'LY IS.
Clyde H. Tavenner, formerly a Chica
go newspaper man, at present a well
known Washington correspondent and
democratic nominee for congress in
i vafeline into the scalp around the! the 14th congressional district of Illi
mots of gray hairs. Massage the scalp : nois, s planning a honeymoon cam
and brush your hair well eTery night, j paign this fall. Word has Just reach
It it hang loose as much as possible. Ied ere that Mr. Tavenner, whose
i?. Dash with cold water after wash- j home is In Cordova, 111., was married
ing with hot water. Talcum is not last Thursday evening to Miss Isabel j Hawes, Director S. S. Tanner of Min-
I ar Mr. Thompson: I am only 14
years old. There are several boys here
iir.d me 'if thm I would appreciate,
iti" eor:iutny ff very much. IV) you
thii.k I &m too yo'ing to keep corn-)
Von are t((o .vmng for a beau, little
cir! good friends with the j
rv-ar Mrs. Thompson: Can a young
man regain the affection of a young
ladv who has Ignored him followring a
quarrel? CLARENCE W.
Go to her. tell her you're sorry for
yoir part of the quarrel and say that
.you'll be more careful not to err again
if she will be friends wi'h you once
1 n:i fro Thnrnnnsn The familv
... 1 where I live is very fond of greens
Mrs. Thompson: What is a ' a,lu l"' - "JUl . -
Mrthdav present for a your; I likP 'ahha that 11 uld,!i1 av rIph,t
FRFD ito cool for Prpens- ould It be poi-I
' t tit T-c pvpj
r:nwer. candv. a book, g'.oves, belt cu""u'- w...
l.uikl-, hair ornament, cardcase. I never heard of rape for greens.
... ; Iton't you inan kale? This is very
lsr Mrs. Thompson: M) How can 6001. and is something like cabbage.
1 r..:v- a plump faee? Mine is small
nn.i thin (2i How can I get rid of j I-ar Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
Lrav l,ali Shrill I tnill th-m out? I ! Plrl IT years old. I am five feet, three
IE. Martin, stenographer for the army
board of engineers, and prior to that
secretary to Senator LaFollette. The
candidate will take his bride with him
when he stumps his district. j
PICNIC AT FEJERVARY.
THE FAE KAE CLUB GAVE A
picnic Wednesday afternoon at Fejer
vary park. The afternoon and early
evening were spent in a pleasant way
and supper from the well filled baskets
was served Just before they departed
for their homes.
dtn only 2- i3i Is it any harm to
in hot water every night? Is
tal' urn powder harmful?
Von ran't make a Frnnll face large.
To pluti.p It, massace gently every
inches, and my bust is too large for the
rest of me. What ran I do to reduce
my bust? (2 1 Can you tel me what
Kill Kair means? Is it a French name.
V. A S.
(1) Leave your bust alor.e.my dear.
l i li' a:id morning wi'h pure cold i You are apt to injure yourself seri-TtHni-ilie
massage does It. Wipe off joiu.ly by trying to reduce it. I'esides,
mam when finished. Treat the neck
this way alio. Wear loose collars. Eat
T.O'ir'fhititr foodM. Take deep breath
ii.t; iji Tiwn arid be outdoors all you
( ;.! c .' i Safe tea will darken the hair
iliKh'ly ai (i nourish It also. Rub a lit- tiaine you give
a large bust is pretty, and you probably
have not got your full growth yet, so
th'-re is a probability that you will
catch up to the bust, if it seems too
large now. i2 I d. not recognize the
GIVE LAWN SOCIAL.
THE BUSY WORKERS OF THF)
Eagles gave a pleasant lawn social
Wednesday evening on the lawn of the
Eagles' home. A large number were
THE JOINT MEETING OF
the ladies' patriotic organizations
In Rock Island, to plan for
the soldiers' monument button
sale Aug. 3, will be held Friday after
noon at 2 o'clofk in Memorial hall in
the court house.
The Ladies' Aid society of Broadway
Presbyterian church will meet Friday
afternoon at 2::iQ o'clock iu the Sunday
BUY FINE TEAM FOR
Mayor H. M. Schriver and Commis
sioner Archie Hart Journeyed down
i near Monmouth yesterday and pur
chased a fine span of fire horses, to be
placed in the service at the No. 3 fire
I station. Each horse weighs more than
1.200 pounds and one is live years, and
i the other, six years old. They were
1 purchased from H. C. Nash and will
ier. 111., Editor F. O. Van Galder, State ,
Deputy Ben L. Goodheart of Bloom-
ington. 111., and others prominent in
woodcraft. It was the original inten-:
tion to adopt all applicants secured in ;
one class, but a number of the candi-1
dates are leaving the city for their i
summer vacations and cannot be pres- j
ent on next Monday. Hence the de-!
cision to adopt two classes.
wall covering for kitchens and bath
rooms. We have a good stock or lawn hose,
and have nothing but good hese. Chan-
non & Dufva, 112 West Seventeenth
Sewng machines repaired and war-!
ranted for one year. Supplies for all ;
machines. Fiebig, locksmith, 1619 i
Ward & McMahon will give you I
estimates on your plumbing, steam
and hot water heating that wil! save
you money. 1
A fireproof safe in the house or ptore i
is a necessity. We have them from ',
$12 up. F.ebig. locksmitih, 1C19
Long silk gloves, fl values, in
brown, tan, champagne and gray.
nue tney last, only i'j cents a parr.
The Mill store.
Call for the Fifth avenue union
made cigarette at Ralph Stanton's
Club Smoker, Nineteenth street and
Look over your garden hose. If it is
worn out, let us send you another sec
tion. Channon & Dufva, 112 West Sev
Try a sack of our "Star" flour and
you will be convinced that it is the
best flour on the market, only $1'.5
a sack. The Mill store.
Lerch & Greve, wall paper and
paint store, will oelp you select any
is .it mem m n u r n
4 - J
Be Sure to Get In
On This Sale
THINK OF 1T
A SUIT AND EXTRA
THE PRICE OF
A Real Saving o
Men Who Are Hard on Their Clothes ought to flock to
our store and take advantage of this Free Trouser Sale.
THIS IS A GENUINE BARGAIN EVENT
All Wool Suits and Extra
Pacts to measure
All Wool Su Isand Extra
Pa its to measure
EVERY GARMENT WE MAKE IS
LINED WITH HAMILTON WEAR
PROOF BRILLIANTINE, A GUARAN
TEED LINING. GUARANTEE
SEWED INTO EVERY GARMENT.
WE GUARANTEE THAT THIS
LINING WILL OUTWEAR THE GAR
MENT. IF IT DOES NOT WE WILL
PF.I INF IT FREE.
Most Painstaking Popular Priced Tailors In America.
be shipped to Rock Island tomorrow 0f the 1912 designs in wall paper for
over the Rock Island Southern.
MISS H. CANNAM. DAt'UM-
ter of Mr. ami Mrs. William Caiman
i f .Milan, and Harry F I'inicang, son
i f Mr. a'id Mrs Franklin H. I-eingang
officiating justice. V. H. Maiin-s. The
bridal couple were unattended. The
bride was gowned in a dainty white
emlji oidei ed robe, and carried a bou
quet of iirid?'s roses. A wedding din-
of !rivton. Ohio, were married Wedues- ; ,:,,r ' served in the evening for the
liiy evening Ht s uVloek at the home ' immediate families at the home of ihe
of the biuie s par. nt. Kev. V. I. Ste. j bride's parents. The happy couple
I heiis df the First Me'hodlst churrU i wi!l iinmediiitely to housekeeping
i.IIU IatlnK The wedding waa a elmple ln a pretty residence prepared by the
home affair, ouiy (he immediate friends ' proom at 1421 South street. Davenport,
uml relatives l.eini; pt.-si tit. The con ' Thp ?room is a tailor with the S. &
Trimmed hats $1 at
Vogue Millinery, Second avenue.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For express, call William Trefz.
TriClty Towel Supply company.
Black dirt for sale. Inquire at the
V. M. C. A.
Moonlight excursion on steamer
Sidney, Friday evening, July 19.
Calicoes, ginghams, lawns and per
cales, all go at greatly reduced prices
at the Mill store.
111 WOOLEN CO. I
your home. 2002 Fourth avenue.
Bartlett Bros.' teas, coffee, spices,
extracts and Dating powders have n
equal. One thousand people are or
dering from ub daily. Follow the
Take a cool ride on the water Sat-! ctioners and grocers. Call for
jurday, and spend a pleasant afternoon i Gansen's and get the purest and best.
(aud evening. Music and refreshments! M. R. Iglhart marble acd granite
I on board. Fifty cents round trip, chil-; works save you the middleman's
jdren 25 cents. profits. From 1& to 25 per cent saved
I 1812 Second Ave. suae uadqmst, MCr. Rock Island, III.
house at $1.95. Just think, a trimmed I Copenhagen The American minis
hat for $1.95, you can't afford to miss teri pr Maurice F. Kgan, has returned
this chance, so come early before the
best ones are picked out. The Mill
from a leave of absence In the United
Duusmore and O'Conncll smoke
house and billiard parlors, corner of
Twentieth street auu Fourm ave
nue. Every brand of good cigars and
all kinds of smokers' supplies.
I Souders Laundering company at
501-503 Tv.elftn street. This laundrj
pie Man unatu inied. The bride wore a
knwn of ei earn serge and carried a
t hower bouquet of lllieg. The ring cer-
M.ony was iihed. Following the cere
nn ny a live-course wedding supper was
sen til. overs being laid for "i guest.
The table was decorated with daisies
ynd lllii'x. the s.itne color scheme being
tarried out throughout the house. Mr.
1-cit'gang Is a machinist by trade. The
mupl,. will make their home ln Milan
l"r 'tie present. Their many friends
remembered them with a large number
of beautiful g'.ftg.
Till: MARKTACR OF MISS EMMA
Strnik. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Au
gust Strut k. of 13n2 Marquette street,
livenj.trf. to Stcffen Conki'y of Iav-
euport, took place at 3 o'clock
Liesday afternoon at the office of the
I cleaning and rug making.
Moonlight excursion on steamer
Sidney, Friday evening, July 19.
Twenty-five per cent discount on all
oxfords and pumps at the Mill store.
Lawn mowers sharpened aud re
paired at Fiebig's, 1619 Third ave
i Our B. B. serge at 133 Is the beat
MRS. I.KK HAXCE ENTKRTAIXED value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer'9
the membes of the Poinset'ia Embroid- 1 0ns
Kerler Rug company for vacuum Us equipped with the very latest mod
ern machinery, turning cut work that
Is not surpassed by any laundvj.' in
Mueller Luumer couipany will en-
on every monument and all kinds of j
monumental work. Call at our shop;
on Second avenue and see for your- j
Simmons & While, new and second
baud stores, two big stores. The
largest in the state. Their great
slaughter sale will commence in a
tew days. Goods will be sold at uu-
I heard of prices. Everything goes.
1 1517-1519 Second avenue.
I Help the helpless by attending the
I., clothing company and his bride id
a charming Davenport young woman.
ery chili at her home. 1025 Eighth
street. Wednesday afternoon. Music
by Mrs. Mance and Mrs. Allen Pratt
as great'y enjoyed. The afternoon
was enjoyed with sewing and the hos
tess served a dainty lunch. The home
was prettily deroraed with ferns. The
club will meet in two weeks with Mrs.
A. E. Mclnnes, 1513 Eleventh street
MISS Iiri.DA ROIKSTROM. DAI'GH-
able you to build a line house or barn! Bethany home
out of the choicest select lumber and i steamer Sidney
you will be surprised and yet pleas
ed to lea in the low prices they are
The Boston Shoe company shoe
store will please aud satisfy your
wants in reliable up-to-date foot
wear, giving you solid comfort and
You will tell your
Genuine Phliadelphlan lawnmowerB
for sale at Charies Fiebig, 1619 Third
Six per cent farm mortgages. Llt-
1 ten & Roberts, People's National bank
j building. j pleasant time and help t'lf good cause
Milan artesian water, approved by ! at lne sanie lime- Bethany home so-
city and state, delivered daily. I "clls your patronage. Oood music ami
Phone West 1770. I refreshments.
C. A. Rneidr dm iinr. th ! Kaiu and Reinhardt cisar store still
6 to re of
excursion on the
Saturday afternoon, ',
July 20th. Music and refreshments on !
board. Meet your friends and enjoy a
pleasant afternoon and evening. Boat i
leaves at 2:30 returning at 10 p. m. j
We are the leaders for up to date
laundry work. Each shirt tiiiifaiietl j
by hand and put up in a carton in-
Don't forget the boat ride to Musca
tine Saturday afternoon. Have a
drug store, the j
Qality in drugs
er of Mr. and Mrs. William Rodstrom COUDtS for everJrtnlnB
Jof 237 Second street. Mollne. arid Ben
Wed-1 Frodell of Davenport were married
Monday evening at 8 o'clock at th.
Now Is the time you need j
Channon & Dufva, 112 !
Up and in rot "down and out" is he who '
Up and in rot "down and out" is he who
conserves his resources. We are selling
thousands of Fords to men who could own
many more expensive cars, but prefer the
Ford because of its lightness, its get-about
ability and its economy.
feventy-five tt-ousab,! new Fords go into service
this season proof o their unequaled merit. The
prue is $590 for th roadster. $690 for the flve
pa.senger car, and 17' 0 for the delivery car
complete with all eor.rtcent, f. o. b. Detroit.
GET LATEST CATALOG IE FKOM
IJorst & Strieter Company
2d avc. across strrrl from court house. Rock Island
j Hot, dry.
. law n hose
' West Seventeenth street. j
i Coal, coal, coal. The Rock Island
Fuel company will deliver to you all 1
the best grades of bard and soft coal. '
. 1 . a Y i i .
oiicer s iwia. wuoiesaie ana re- all klndg of poultry
tail agents for Sanltas the washable ben8 jay every day
taken the lead. Most liberally patron
izea. Everything iu tobaccos, cigars
and smokers' suprlies. Mac is never
better satisfied than when smoins
their choice brands.
T. S. O'Hara, flour and feed store,
is having a big trade on stotk and
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock food
for horses, cattle, hogs, sQeep and
suring work. Delivered to you id j
good condition. We guarantee no j
cracked collars or cuffs. City Steam
laundry. Reid At liollman, 417 Sev-j
enteenth street. j
Improving sis'iit. That's what our)
glasses are doinj- If you have reason;
to believe that there is anything !
wrong with your eyes at all you
should have thence examined at once.
Fiuall charge for proper glasses. Con
sultation free at Fred Blouer's, the
It will pay you to come in and tako
a leok at i.ur trimmed hats. Some of
these srld a- lrph rs $.V40 To close
them out we ofi'er any bat in the
It makes the ;
How to Absorb an
(Phyllis Moore ln
j The face which is
' beauty must have
Town Talk )
admired for its
; skin, pink and white and youthful
looking. The only thing I know of
that can make such a complexion out
of an aged, faded or discolored one -.
I mean a natural, not a painted, com
1 plexion is ordinary mercolized wax.
j This remarkable substance literally
absorbs the unsightly cuticle, a little
j each day, the clear,- healthy, girlish
Tried GETS-IT, the
a-1 i i i . i
having a good trade in pianos andjCYV vOFIl L.UFC, I Ct.
See Hew It Drives Away Corns.
t' ft Mil
talking machines. Free entertain
ment at our store. Come and hear
some of the selections that are new.
The Rock Island Lumtter and Man
ufacturing company, lumber and
building material for all purposes, ;
houses, barns, granaries. We will !
give you an opportunity to save a big I
per cent. Let us be of service to i
Phil. S. Wilcher, the leading tin
and sneet metal worker. It will par .
you to learn about the Weir furnace, j
I has the reputation of giving you j
the greatest heat and consumes
! skin beneath gradually peeping out . about one-nair lei coal.
until within a week or so it is wholly! E. E. Lamp, plumbing, steam and!
j ln evidence. Of course such blemish-; hot water heating, gas fitting. Hla
: es as freckles, moth patches, liver efficient knowledge of the business j
'spots, blotches and pimples are dis-! justly entitles him to your patronage, j
! carded with the old ekin. If you will His shop has all modern equipments,
i nrocure an ounce of mercolized wax Everything in fcliiubinz suDDUea.
We will give away the following:
S2.00 worth Palmolive free wiih one box Galvanic.
$1.00 worth Palmolive free with one-half box Gaivanic.
We also have a number of other special. If you buy three
bars of Export soap we will give you absolutely free one bar
of Pearl soap and one box Grandma Washing Powder.
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AMD SATURDAY.
of fruit jars and jelly glasses
TELEPHONE WEST 993.
KO VERM ANN'S
600 Twelfth Stree:
l.r,c can of white syrup
One tall can red salmon
Two cans wax beans
Two cans string beans
1 wo cans of corn
Seven boxes matches
30c package cold starch
Johnson's Cream flour,
We carry a big stock
! at the drug store, use like cold cream
i every night, washing this off morn-
Ings. you'li find it a veritable wonder
Another valuable natural treatment
( is a wash lotion to remove wrinkles
which can be easily prepared. Dis
1 solve one ounce powdered saxolite in
' half pint witch haz!. Bathe the face
i in this and you'll Ctd it -works like
j magic." ,
store, the finest
liread. cakes, pies, cookies and tot
roil They can't be beat. Most
teople say they are superior to any
heme baking. Let them serve yon.
V.'. I Gansert's candy factory.
Rock Island's most important indus
try. Chocolates, creams zui cara-
K.KTs-lT' Will -Cii-I F.vrry (on
You've (iol!" 1
At lat, a real do'S-wliat-it-sayn rem
i rure. N'U,ing like it has tvtr before
j been known.
confectionery Ever, man and womun who h.in 'ornH
in the trl-cittes. ' ' ai'""f'!"- wart or t. iiii'.i.s ought to
. r u'-i-i. ai iitr- nij n'"w niar
v.-lot:Ply it. wrks. fj jit tiavir.g your j
I "rn wuh a r .z-ir. Y'..i may draw tilo'jd '
: p.iul f-nuse t!'o.i poisoniiiK- !
j ;KT-IT" i remarkai.lp b-fau.e it!
j nev-r irriiat or lijrns the tr'ie flesh I
i nor or raw. It can't. Jt H as n.fe as j
I w.-'ter Piorkincs won't itlrk xn It Corn j
- ;aini strp. The r-.-irr, nr '-nlKei shriv- j
)t-l mp. '-mes out lt.ciii rfi:ef:
-fiKIS-IT' is at driKlsta at 2-1 1
iu-eis are d by all first cia coa-) lTt c'o, cus
Where Are You Going
Perhaps there is one grand, glorious
vacation you haven't yet considered a
vacation amid new and different scenes along the
Travel via the Burlington Route fee Colorado, Yellowstone and
Cilarier National Park, Vancouver, Stattie,
PonljM. Ha F:aariica. Lot Knttio, &a prrfo and the
bandred ULtl p.Mt d vivii tMerctl. 1t ul tel (oa rov
Cxll of acT-,4 for free Htrraturc dctcfllrtttf eioAc
Twin. Do It ocw.
Summer tourimt tickmtm en maim
Jumm Imt until Saofmbmr 30th.
A. RIDDELL, Agent, C, B
Phone Old West
& Q. R.
Tht EUctric Lighted
"On Tunn" Road