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THE ROCK IfvLAXD AHGTT5, TTEDXESDAY, JXJLT 81, 1912.
THE STORE WITH A CONSCIENCE "
i mi iii y
Dw Mr. Thompson: I bare nch a
bilious look all the time. My skin la
allow and sometimes I have pimple.
What da you suppose la the trouble?
A. M. U
Possibly the trouble lies In your eat
In. Cut out pastries and rich foods,
and eat all the fruit and vegetables
you can, both fresh and cooked. Drink
plenty of fresh milk. Don't be afraid
to drink a quart of water a day. be
tween meals. Take outdoor exercise.
And don't forget a dose of Epsom salts i
when you need It.
wear something llht and pretty? My
hair 1s thin, but white and soft, afld
my complexion la not bad. I am pret-
; ty thin, but not very bent. Please tell
i me what you think. GRANDMA.
Bless your dear . heart, Grandma!
You will look perfectly delicto u In
Your skin will' soon clear and the ! light blue cashmere. You will look
pimple, disappear with this treatment, ! vniiy r -avenaer, or
mle.a you have more serious trou-1 Pure white. You have come to the
i time of life when you have a perfect
i right to wear the delicate tints of any
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1)
of my age f27) enlace himself unto a
Klrl not j et .H? (2 What Is the f.ron
er way to do It? f3 Must I prent
her with an engagement rirjr as soon
as are enga-ged. or can I wli until
her 18th birthday? BASHFUL.
Caxt one ! coor-
! Have the dress made wun a aurpiice
; waist and fill In the V with soft white
jlaee. The skirt should be a little full,
' to look graceful.
You will find many pretty patterns
for elderly women In the various wo-
il) Ye. (2) Tell her you love her j roan J""'"
and ask her to be your wife. If she
says "Yes." kiss her and tell her how
happy she has tnade you . Then go to
her parents and ask them to give you
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I know a
young man who has very bad manners.
He has a birthday pretty soon and we
their daughter. 1.1. You can give her nave ways excnangea o.nn-y preB
ihe ring o nher birthday but tell herd's Kod v. but 1 tnlnk hfi
It's coming, or she nnv wonder wh!ouRht to improve his manners, and I
jou don't give it now. She might like
it better to have It now.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am an old!
lady and I have alwa)s worn black or
dark brown A iilece made me a pros
nt of a v"ry pr'ttv li'.-ht blue cash
mere. M;d It M M pretty that I would
Jlke to have It mude up for me. But
yny family laughs at tue and says
'Grandma is gating her tteroud rbild
liood." I But 1 am so tired of the dark colors.
Mr. Thompson, ami do yon think it
would lie unbecoming in me to winh to
would like to make him a present this
time of a book on etirpiette that I saw
In a store the other day. Do you think
it would be a suitable present?
It might be a suitable present, but
you probably will lose your friend.
The worse a man's manners the less
be likes to lie told about them.
Send him the usual kind of a birth
day present, and If you want very
much to reform his manners, you
might have the book sent to him
anonymously so that he will not sus
pect that it comes from you.
A season's clearance of "ODDS AND ENDS" in sizes
of garments for particular wemen. A record breaking July business, caused hj the ex
traordinary values offered t thrifty shoppers at prices way below regular, has left ns
with broken lues or odds and eods of sizes in suits, waists, dresses, skirts, eta.
We find it bettor business to offer those at greatly reduced prices than to hold them
over as is tho general custom and then "unload" them next year, or at some future time.
The regular prices qvoted in this announcement are legitimate and honest as all
buyers know, and the aale prices are uch that you will be compelled to buy, if we an
serve you with the sise garment which you desire. Take instant advantage of this sale
and make purchases of th-e many needful summer clothe while you have the ohaaoe.
Remember that every day means fewer sizes to choose from, so plan to visit this store
ODDS AND ENDS Any linen repp or pique
suit in the store at 'jut regular price
prices marked in plain figures.
ODDS AND ENDS T)0 off on all linen
crashes, repps and silk poplin coats prions
marked in plain figures.
ODDS AND ENDS 8 to 10 a. m. Thursday,
Friday and Saturday only, 150 pure silk mes
caline petticoats, dozen different shades, ev
ery one a regular $2.98
value, now marked at
ODDS AND ENDS Hats, only about 50 left,
a few were $15, take QQ
your choice, quick clearance wOC
No C. 0. D. orders no exchanges
no telephone orders filled during this
greatest of all sales Grossman's Odds and
ODDS Aim ENDS Corset covers and brassferes,
about SO dozen trimmed with lace and embroid
ery, genuine 39 cent values (no misrepresentation
as to their true value by calling them 450 cent'
values), a great bargain and offered to those
shoppers calling between 8 and 10 a. m. Thurs
day, Friday or Saturday Q
at only C
ODDS AND ENDS Eepp white pique wash skirts
$2 values at . ' 89c
ODDS AND ENDS Waist a, about 500. low and
high necks, long and short sleeves, some ooattee
effects, both front and baok button styles, trim
med with lace and embroidery, fQ
all sites, $1.50 values now OJC
GROSSMAN LEADS OTHERS FOLLOW
ODDS AND ENDS Lace 5abots, ftCls and
bowa, exquiaito fancy neokwear, 50 cent val
ODDS AND ENDS 200 white dresses, linger
ie, lawns, marquisette voiles, trimmed with
lac and Imported em broideries, on sale Sat
urday only at jnat one-half price.
ODDS AND ENDS Fanoy mixtures, skirta,
soma are imported weaves, original and regu
lar selling price, dQ QQ
$5.98, now only pOaSFO
ODDS AND ENDS Children's rain capaa
with hooda, regular $3 values, sizes run 6 to
14, now priced 89c
ODDS AND ENDS House and street
dresses in beautiful lawns, percales and
ginghams, low and high necks, short and
long sleeves, a hundred different pat
terns, sxates 14 to 42, regular 7Q
$3 values at only
ARTHUR BRISBANE MARRIES. " HeMetidurf attended his brother as
NKW YORK. JI LY 31. AUTIU'U ' '" sl "an- ,l'v- Katlier Cii' iidling. C.
SS. R.. performed the ceremony and
celebrated solemn high mass. A wed
dinp breakfast was served to the mem
Inn of the bridal party at the Hotel
Davenport following the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrj. Siebengartuer left on a
Theodore Sedgwick, i "ornin lralu Ior cuicago. 1 ne going
but Mr away kowu oi me oriae wb a iravei-
ing suit of liht pray, with which she
Rriubaue. editor of the Evening Jour
nal since 189". and Mian Phot-be Car',
ncond daughter of Seward Cary of 4(1
Went Korty-nixih Km-ct, were mar
lied eHterday in the chapel of "al-
Vary 1'rotentaut Kpiacopal church by
the rex-tor, Kev
They went away for a trip
prominent in the state association.
Mr. Harrison is the son of the late J.
H. Harrison and Mrs. Harrison of J.711
Grand avenue, Davenport, and is a
well known Davenport civil engineer
MRS. W. H. SMITH OF DAVEN-
port announces the marriage of her ed west.
equipment board stationed at Rock Is
land arsenal, has been made a brigad
ier general and ordered- to Governor's
island. X. Y. General and Mrs. Mc
Clernand spent two years in Daven
port, while General McClernand was
on the cavalry board. They have been
in San Francisco, Cal., since last fall.
when General McClernand was order- j Hennepin
ON WATER COURSE
daughter, Jessie Elinore Uigsby, to
wore a white flower and tulie trimmed 1 Is a graduate of the ladies' academy at I
hat. After a short wedding trip the ! Ijong wood and Is very talented. Mr
bridal couple will be at home after
Brisbane expects to keep right on
sending dally editorial articles to the
Hearst newspapers. In the wedding
party were only eight persons. He
hldea the principals there were Miss
f'ary'a parents, her sister. Mrs. Court
land Smith: two of Miss Mary's girl
friends, and Mr. Brisbane's sinter,
Mrs. Alice Thursbv. Mr. Cary gave
aw ay his daughter. The bride had no j
attendants and there was no best MAXWCLL.-RAINE.
man. In five minutes the ceremony : TWO WELL KNOWN' LONG
was ended and the little company ae- Grove voung people were uuictlv mar-
Frank Betty, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Betty of Davenport, to occur
some time in September. Miss Bigsby
Aug. 15 at the Siebengartner family
'home In Bettendorf. Mr. Siebengart
ner is one of the prominent business
! men of Bettendorf and manager of tho
Bettendorf Hardware company.
THE ANNUAL PICNIC OF THE
First Baptist church and Sunday
school will be held tomorrow at the
VlrnAh rrn...A 4 J , l :ii
Betty is a member of the law firm of " . A "T . . . "
j irarc uie uiurcu ai o ciock. wen
nnea Daskets and games forecast a
Betty & Betty of Davenport and has
been very prominent In Masonic cir
cles in that city. He is a graduate of
Last evening CO of the Knights of
St, Simon of Cyrene commandery No. ;
7 of Davenport gave him a reception j
at his home in Grand court, in honor'.,,, .
tof his appointment to a state Masonic ; VILLA YfcAn bUUK
The Ladles' auxiliary of the Ma
chinists will hold their regular ses
sion Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
in Industrial ball.
Leaves Milan at 8 O'clock
for Upper Regions.
STUDY IMPROVEMENT PLAN
Accompanied by Shippers Who Pur
pose to Use Artificial Waterway
for Freight .Transferral.
for the August trips on the Quincy
and St. Paul.
The steamer F. W. Weyerhauser ar
rived at the local harbor from Hed
Wing, Miuu., yesterday.
The Diamond Joe steamer St.
Paul, now operated by the Streckfus
Steamboat Line, will enter the passen
ger service on August 3rd, in the
through trade between St. Louis and
With the new service the steamers
St. Paul and Quincy will meet at
Rock Island each trip, and many of
the pleasure seekers from St. Paul
and St. Louis will come as far as
the tri-cltles on one boat and return
on the other.
AUGUST IS HERE
Dire Month. With Sultry Sticky
Days and Pernicious Ag
farted to nhare a wedding breakfast. ,fH ,,.. ,,.,-., , ;ome aDa lao o congratulate him
Mr. Brisbane aud Seward Cury are . onaKe of St. John's M E. church. 1 Up" hil Conliuf marriage,
cousins and irrew tin together in Buf-,namri .w,, i Tne ung People's association of
Continuation of Hhe inspection of
the Hennepin canal by members of
tho canal commission together with
shippers was the order of the day
when this morning the party of men
who are interested In the canal, both
falo. where Mr. Brisbane was born , naine, daughter of Mrs. Julia Kaine
una wnere me tary ramny uvea unni ;or Kl,fK isiand. but who has been
they moved to this c.lty last year. On making her home with her aunt
July 1 Miss Elinor Car), the older1
From the New World of Chicago is i from the standpoint of making it a
w ill give another of their socials for j taken the following recognition of the ! navigable water course and from ad-
tbe Broadway Presbyterian church
, M. M. Cruise arrived yesterday
from Hammond, La.
A baby was born to Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Kopp, 1101 Fourteenth and a
half street Sunday.
Robert Y'oung of the circuit clerk's
Dear reader, this has been a beauti
ful day. The cool breezes have been
wafted to every nook and corner and
the most forlorn bookkeeper stowed
away in an obscure nook has felt their
refreshing presence. It has been an
inspiring day, and all the world has
But ye who sweat prepare to shed
now, as Mark Autony might have said,
had he felt so disposed. Today is July
31. Perhaps you had not thought
about it. Tonight at midnight the
bells will toll and ring out Uie old
month and In the new.
August. Let all who hear tremble,
For the breezes shall be stilled and
me sun snau pour out nis wrath upon
Mm ! foreiEners at the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow ' merit of the Villa de Chantal publica- vancing shiouiiix facilities, left on the office, has departed for Denver, Colo., the earth and there shall be a mighty
daughter of Seward Cary. was mar-,.ame ,iie bride of Warren Maxwell,
W. A. Martindale at Ixng GrovV be If!' The evening will be Pleas-,Uon the Year b.
; antly spent with games and other pas-j
j United States government boat Ruth. ion a two weeks' vacation trip
lied In Buffalo to ( ourtlaud mitn. a I
New York neunpaper man and a!
friend of Mr. Brisbane. Miss Elinor;
Cary ns the first child born to a'
member of the Harvard class of 1886..
and as the tinner of the "clasa baby." ;
Mr. Cary reielved from his classmates
a cradle, according to the Harvard
custom. One of these claHgmates is
the Rev Theodore Sedgwick, who offi
ciated at the murrlage of both the
Cary sisters. Another member of the
(lass is William Randolph Hearst.
Mrs. Brisbane la a graduate of the
Damrosch school of music In this city
and has recently been studying in Eu
rope. Mr. Brisbane's city home is at
CS West Ninth street. Five years ago
lie bought the deserted village of Al
laire In Monmouth county. . J. Its
development has been bis hobby out
side of working hours.
SIEBENGARTNER FLEISCHM ANN.
A VERY PRETTY WEDDING TOOK
place yesterday morning at Our lidy
of l4i:rdes tuunh. Uetteudorf. wheu
Miss Mary Mngdaiena Fleisrhmann.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton
Klelschruecn of the Middle road. Dav
enport, btcauie the bride of I.tmis Sie-
eon of Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Maxwell of
Long Grove. Rev. Frank Cole, pastor
officiated. The br!de was attended by i
Miss Blonda Relm
and Thomas Duffy
best man. The brld
to Iong Grove la
bountiful supper w
home of the groom'
pany of the relativ
Maxwell will resid
the groom, six miles
where they will go al oifr-e to house
PLAN FOR WORK.
THE MEMBERS OF THE QUEEN
Esther circle of 'he Firs-t Methodist
clxirci met lat evening at the home
of Misses Alta and Ruth Craile, 1916
Ninth avenue. Plans were made for
times. Refreshments will also be I
'The Year Book of Villa de Chantal ! Tne Party lt,ft tne government dock j
jof Rock Island, 111
desk and it is indeed
near Milan at 8 o'clock for a journey.
has reached our - jxroiiice, nas ueparieu tor uenver, vol,
to the urjDer reeions of the artificial . o u-n noob'e vgixnWi trln
a thing Of I n - . fur r.m run intanilitiff tn oe oa fur . . . t..ii r. i. . 1. 1 , V. !...... .-. .. ..in
alm. Fat men shall curse and ooze
Robert Young of the circuit clerk's'"1 u'n Bna" t
iaiiu Brow leaner anu mere snail bi
i gnashing of teeth. The aticky files
shall pester and all the world shall b
TMHtc Ci CLUB. I neaillV Bllfl a Inv fnrovo, ' Wa 1 rcidv , .. ... I ... .....
era ua hrMesmaifi ! , t . - , aB Bureau, ana irom mere possiDiy itine for a eoimle of weeks with Miss BCl
o ' tLrc' A?MhK TJ ' n'rt' u occasion to praise the splen- jnto otjier waterways. The party wT.l rS.ts 1102 Seventeenth This prophecy is not written to
ji iuiis uroir as Three fl clnh met at the hnine nf Tra : did work done at thin irn emv Hut 1 . . . , ' ' , . , . .
.l nartv rotnrn.i ' . . . remain oui ior several aayB. street ' ulae juu ieei oau. or want, to anun e
ai partv returned i . eic Lv.tt-,ki.j i 19 vara .uDv i-;nQ r-...n.. ibi.iee.
fl evenin aDd T V ",. hkke l.T simiit. Mrs T ii nollv and daughter, on- D,lt r" 'to m you that warm
eenmg ana a veBterday for their regu ar month y ranks today in the character and, , , ... ' " lr8' ' '" "" daVB are comijitr and to .,nu.i ,.,..
was served at the meeting. The afternoon was spf nt 3 quality of iu work with the very best . even'nf ' after a, b,r'ef tr,P over t Kathry n. 931 Twentieth streei. have : handkerchief. i
s parents to a com- ,,., wi,h M,,nrV anH .Ia,u. ; convent in our eonnfcrv. The Year ' a Prtlo of tne cnal- the Parl' re" i returned home after spending a ;" e",ra handkerchiefs aud
e. Mr. and Mrs. ' ... k 'V .w" . iwl- .Ba.,iv turned to Rock Island to spend the month's outing at Inland, 111. y.epare 10 mop. An ounce or preven-
e on the farm of ,nrhMn ,f fh . ,ho .,. li.eral and artistic, of the tirls of nieht In the,r "tud of tne I Miss Frieda Thoening of Anamo- ,ion w or,h.. a.."ound. ot "ld
east 61 Eldridge, , rnnn Th. hmo m "In -h 'the 'Villa.- i P" waterway, the members of the t . Bueriding a couple of urtiln 10 rrauKiius almanac.
greenery. The next meeting will be
held Aug 27 with Mrs. Will Gauley,
830 Fortieth street.
innini iuainn 11 irnnsa 1 ft ni h nn niot n . 1
. v.......D-... k. , weellg at the home or .Mr. ana .virs. . Receive Six Bids.
Licensed to Wed. Vt for the construction of the new
Henrv neuer ...Muscatine '
Miss Virginia Baldwin Keokuk made a commercial highway and a
woik fer the coining months and one son of Mrs. Elizabeth McLeod of Kan-
M'LEOD-SCH N ITGE R. Orrin Whitlock Illinois City
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE Or" Mif8 M301 Bull Reynolds
the approaching wedding of Miss --jlt:
Mary Schniteer of Arlington court. sBBsaBBBBSBBsaBssnBssBSBSsnBSSBBBSBBSBBBBBBBS
Davenport, and Walter Scott McLeod
of the schemes is that the girls take
something and try to sell it. thereoy
making a nice profit for the treasury
of the society. As spec.al work for
the year the youi.g ladies decided that '
they would help a girl in Tuscon,
Arlx.. through her school course this
year. The annual picnic of the soct-'
ety wi!! be held Thursday at the
sas City, Mo., formerly of Davenport,
which will take place as a quiet cere
mony of Saturday afternoon at 5
o'clock at the home of the brides
Mrs. Lou Flender of Portland, Ore., Odd Fellows home on Fourth avenue
has arrived in the city and will be the ! west of Eighteenth street have been
guest for several weeks at the home received by the building committee
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Colburn, 722 . anl tonight, choice is to be made be-Twenty-fourth
street. tween the six bids which have been
E. W. Sullivan, who has been so , offered,
journing at Denver, Col., for the past ; .. .. . .
month, returned to the city this morn
ing to resume his duties with the Daily
In transforming old garments to
look like new. Bring us your old
suit. We will restore its original
Our Iirire mrm innilApata nur
ben8artnr. well Known youQ busi- , Watrh Tow,r Foilowil:g , short pro. homtt lu Eleventh ,twti last even. work i, satufactory. Bring In the
, tilings you want made new or the
j garments that Lave been soiled or
Cleaning, pressing, repairing.
MISS FANNIE GELLERMAN
tertained 12 or her friends at
! be of benefit to those who ship vast
quantities of freight. The course is
to be compared with similar canals
in other states with the object in view
of embodying constructions pious of
the best sort in the Hennepin canal.
The local portion of the party includ
ed Captain Walter A. Roseufield, a
member of the commiaton. Major; Times. His health has show n a mark-i
Charles Keller, chief engfneer of the : ed improvement. ;
United States engineering corps at j The MjB8eB Anua and Til Irwin of
this point, and William Meese or .wltt)i8 clty nave Mt for a lnree weeks' ;
vacation trip to Detroit. Mich. They i
were accompanied as far as Chicago
line, attorney for the cominisiscfu.
resa man of Betteudorf. Mis Eliza
beth Siebengartner of Chicago, niece
f the groom, was the attending maid1
of hoimr. Frank C. Siebenga.1 tner of
gram last evening, in charge of
Mary Snyder, refreshments w ere serv- i
ed by the hostesses.
' Campbell's Kljod Cottages
In the oaks, south side, iso
lated. a!as cool. Screened
dining porches. Furnished. For
illustrated folder Address Dr. W.
W kuden, Watertown. 111.
lng at a pretty little party. The even
ing was spent with music and games.
Susie Silverman. Betty and Anneti
Focierman entertaining with songs j
and instrumental numbers. Dainty re-
freshments were served by the host-
AN ENGAGEMENT AND Ap
proaching wedding that is being quiet-, ess.
ly announced among relatives and
friends U that or Dr. Margaret Hawk M'CLERNAND PROMOTED. '(
nd Edward R. Harrison, of Daven-; MANY TRI-CITY FRIENDS WILL!
port, the wedding to be in October, j be Interested in the announcement!
! Dr. Hawk is one of the leading osteo-'that Colonel Edward McClernand.!
path doctors in Davenport and is also' who was a member of the cavalry !
The government boats Mac and
Ruth took on supplies at Rock Island
... , T7.-.l-- .! I
ny .miss orace row.e.. - u u .... ...vj 0-j,atetylene welding and cutting,
with her sister at that point. j A hilJdg Qf broken mSli.biMry weW.
Mrs. Ballington Booth stopped in ; ed, such as steel, cast steel. Iron, cast
Rock Island last night while enrotite jron. brass, bronze, copper and alum
westward. Mrs. Booth is the wife of : ir-urn. We make a specialty of this
the noted head of the Christian Volun-1 work, all work guaranteed or money
Telephone West 317.
YE TOG SHOP!!
G. . BAK2LR
1807 V. Second Avenue.
teers of America, and herself is one of
its most successful workers.
8; J. Ferguson, county superintend-
for ; eni of schools, leaves tomorrow for
i DeKalb to attend the annual meeting
jof the Illinois Federation for Country
The Dasseneer business this season Life Progress. The convention will
Jhas been exceptionally good, and I last three days. Mr. Ferguson expects
The steamer Quincy of the same
ine arrived this morning from St.
Iouis and will leave at 2 p. m.
many have already booked passage j to be there two days.
refunded. We do good work at a rea
PHONE NORTH 3985-L
520 West Second street.