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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, ALTSt'ST jj. ittt?.
Dear Mr. Thompson Please tell i
tne how to furnish my daughter's bed
room ao It will look cool and delicate
for the summer. She Is very fond of
pink In the room somewhere. Please
tell me soon, as I want the room to
fcurpiise ber hen she gets home In '
reelection would be disastrous. The i
j views of recognized leaders re as I
! widelv at variance as views can be i
I and never before was the republican
1 party so completely rent assunder.
remarkable strides have been made j
in the direction of Independent politi- j
cal thought and this independence will i
lead a great many voters to disre- j
gard party lines and previous party
j affiliation. The nominees of the Balti
I more convention appeal to the honest, !
! fair-minded and patriotic citizenship
! of the nation and every day the im- j
I presslon grows stronger that Wilson
i and Marshall will sweep the country
; in November. '
While every democrat is highly (
gratified In the assurance of national
1 -8 3L rrttm2ami&j a
MOTHER oPPowd to the'- baring gentlemen vlctoryi the democrats of Illinois have
e what kind callr8- He eems to. tblu!c ney are an especial responsibility in this
column for Wilson and Marshall.
i-w v a . ... . ... caners. ne seems 10 lulu mey ure 1.1 .twin.-
1 io you ua 101a me noil una . u rsjirvmi reBijuiuuiij
of furniture you have !n the room. If '"-'"6 v " """ great contest. Illinois must lead tne
iiifu xrienns can ne manei 11. uh-
get the white enameled kind, which ; vw "
is always suitable and pretty for a aSam ! There is hardly any possibility that
girl's room. If you cannot get that,; 1 dont tnmk ,hls lu,fe fa!r to the! Illinois will be outside the fold, but
have some very light wood. , r'8 Tou? Can you tell me of any j tnat there ghall not be even a chance
If the room is already furnished ( way that I can help the girls? I don't j for 8Uch a every democrat must
with a dark wood, have the draperies ( want tnoal ,0 0?her People's I appreciate fully the "opportunity and
and rugs as light as possible. houses to meet young men and 1 feel j be awa5e and at work.
With white furniture, get lawn with their right to entertain tnem inj piain figreg c results show what
I can be done. Eliminating from cal-
pink flowers on a white background
You can get this in the dressgoods Have you talked the matter over , culatlons the states that are undis
section of a store cheaper than in the carefully and calmly with your hus-jpUtably democratic or republican,
upholstery department. Make curtainB band? It seems strange that a man!, here are 12 states which lined up for
of this for the windows, finishing will lie so unreasonable. Does hejTaft four years ago, from which the
dt;es of curtains with ruffles of the , want to send his daughters out to be ; electoral votes must be secured to
same goods, or coars white lace. courted on street corners and in pic- j eiecl Wilson and Marshall. Of the
Also make draperies for the dresser I ture shows? Or does he expect themit0)al presidential vote in these 12
and commode If you have one) or to remain unmarried all their lives? states the percentage cast respective
table to match the curtains. If your bucband absolutely will not jy ror Tart an(j Bryan in 1908 are as
Now make a spread for the bed. with ; permit fhe girls to have callers &tj fallows
a flat center and ruffle for sides and 1 home, and If your influence with him
foot of bed Pillow shams to match. I cannot accomplish anything in that di
You might also make a pretty ruffle rection. about the only thing you can
cushion of the same eoods. for one of do is to chaperon your daughters to
the chairs ' the houses of friends where they will i
Have rag rues, with some pink in, meet congenial company.
1 Kncoliraee your daughters, by a I
If the furniture or the room is dark. ' sympathetic understanding, to tell
have the curtains and draperies white you all about the young men they
with pink edging, or tie them bark 'know, and when they are invited by
with wide pink ribbon. jeny of thet.e young men, permit them
If you ar going to have the room to go 1f you know the young men are
repapered. get white paper with a of good character,
wide satin stripe, or with vines of A man who really likes a girl will
delicate pink flowers, and a border: find a way of courting her even if
containing pinK nowers. ' ne cannoi van ai uvi uu uumc. (
With a little thought and trouble Also, a girl will find a way of having .
oti can develop a room tnat win v i neaux even tnougn ner lamer is up
a veritable del ght to your daughter.
' sltion she may take up with entirely
MURRAY-CRAWFORD. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martens of Dav
"THE ELDERS." THE COUNTRY j enport, Mrs. Martens being a sister
home of Mr. and Mrs. William Craw-i of tlJe bride. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen
ford, near Davenport, was the scene will remain in Canada three months as
of a very pretty wedding Thursday Mr. Jensen owns a farm in that vicin
evening, when their second daughter, j Ity. After that time they will return
Carolena Schueber, became the bride : to Davenport to make their home,
of Edward Ellsworth Murray, the sec-!
State Taft Bryan Margin
t age age
ICal 55.45 32.98 22.47
Iconn C9.64 05.94 24.17
jMass DS.21 34.04 24.17
'Minn 59.30 33.12 'J6.18
;lowa 55.63 40.58 15.03
(Wis 54.53 36.68 17.87
!x. J 56.80 39.08 17.72
jx. Y 53.43 40.98 12.53
lore. 55.78 34.40 21.38
' Rd. Is 60.76 34.16 26.60
Penn 58.86 35.41 23.45
'llL 53.67 39.89 13.78
ond son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mur
ray. The marriage ceremony of the
English church was read by Dr. W.
H. Blancke of St. Paul's In Davenport
There were no attendants. A wedding
supper was served following the cere
mony. Covers were laid for 25 at the
tables, only members of the two fam
ilies being entertained. Mr. and Mrs.
Murray left on an evening train for
Regina, Can., where they expect to
spend some time and may decide to lo
cate. The bride, since her graduation
from the city schools, has been a
teacher of the second grade at the
Orphans' Home school.
Mr. Murray has been associated with
his father in the care of the Murray
farm on the Orphans' Home road until
recently. He plans to continue his
success as a farmer in Canada if he
likes the northern country well enough
to make it his future home.
Best Office Building
: : : 2d Ave., 17th St.
With Xew York alone excepted,
Illinois shows the smallest difference
i ....., . . k.o.,u r ,,.,.h nnn.iln all the 1.' states irom wuicii win
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daughters who are getting old enough ! mother is very wise and sympathetic Vpon the overepming of the meager
unless her:Bive victory to Wilson and Marshal
to hae beaus. birt my husband Is . and helpful.
Boechenstein Forecasts a
Victory For Democrats
'differences of less than 14 per cent
a change of seven votes to the hun
- ! dred depends the fact w hether Illi
nois democrats will make their state
the forceful factor that it should be
in the accomplishment of this great
By way of reinforcing the argument
THE LITTLE CHARITY WORK
ers completed their quilt which they
are making for the Association Home,
at their meeting yesterday afternoon
in Long View park. Part of the after
noon was spent in working, after
which games were played. The next
meeting will be held next Friday after
noon In Long View park.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF
the Women's Missionary society of
the First Baptist church was held
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Luebeck, 906 Fourteenth !
street. There w as a good attendance j
of members and the usual study was
enjoyed. The hostess served refresh
ments at the close of the study.
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ICE CREAM INDOORS.
WITH MRS. WHITE.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
Till! fDlnm nntf -T. rnnn I . , i.ii ;rII'ua.i
... , u.x...-, t nu. afternoon with Mrs. John White at ! I
i.sv u,Bnl ume uie mem-1 her home OI1 Twentv-eighth street
hers of the C. O. H. club of South Arrangements were made for a social ;
Park chapel within doors to serve to be Riven ,n the npar future but R
their ice cream but despite the cool- definite date was not set. A social j
ness, a sufficient amount was disposed : time was enjoved at the meetiiit; and
n lo "el ,ne ounS laoies a goon proi-1 refreshments were served. I
prugiain was given consisting oi
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TRI-flTY ADV. CO T.OJ
the following numbers:
Piano solo Rev. Ogleve.
Reading Olive Berger.
Violin solo Gladys Hansen.
Vocal duet Florence Long and Ce
Piano duet Grace Long and Cora
made by the figures of this very nar'
Edwardsville, 111.. July 30.
1912. row margin, consider the vote for gov-
in 1908. Of the total
Reviewing the national and state
situation, showing changes in the last
four vears and Dointlnr with a eood
deEree of assurance to a certain dem- nomination by the Baltimore conven-1 cent. General Stevenson, 45.63, a dlf-
ocratic victory in Illinois and the tlon of Woodrow Wilson and Thomas ference of two per cent.
United Rtates. as well. National Com- B. Marshall has given encouragement By way of further strengthening
mltteeman Charles Moeschentttein of and inspiration to the democrats j the irrefutable argument of the fig-
F.dmardsville has Issued a letter to the throughout the nation. Never was ; ures. look at the vote of the congres
preclnct committeemen of this state, the action of a national convention sional elections of 1910: Taking the
H points the divergent outcome of so unanimously and heartily ac- I total of the entire vote cast for con
the two conventions, shows that while quiesced in and never has the party gressmen in the state, the republicans
a solid democracy Is Kiipportlng Wil-j united in the support of its nominees had a plurality of only 1.206.
son. th Q. t). P. is hopelessly rent j more w illingly and earnestly. 1 Study carefully these plain facts
assunder and that to pile up an tin-! Results of the Chicago convention , and get their significance indelibly
precedented democratic victory in ! were diametrically different. Follow-I Impressed upon your mind and then
ENTERTAINS AT DINNER. !
MR. AND M'iS. FRANK WOLFF,
907 Second avenue, entertained at a
dinner at their home last night in
hqnor of their cousin. Albert ('. Reich
of St. Louis, who is spending his va
cation with them. The hostesses'
birthday also occurred yesterday, mak
ing it a double celebration.
-MISS ALMA AUGUSTA THOMSEN I WITH MRS. UDEHN.
To the democratic precinct committee- I ernor in or the total cast, j 0f Moli'ie. and Henrv Wieland Jensen THE LADIES' MI) SOi IKTV or
men of the state of Illinois: The ' Governor Deneen received 47.64 per I f Davenport . w ere united in marriaee Zlon Luthran church met v..ter,l .v
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the afternoon with Mrs. Udehn in South
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November In Illinois, the democrats
need only to turn out and vote. The
Economists are busy with the problems of today.
And Scientific Management they say has come to stay.
Bat when it comes to cutting down both bills and
I tell you what, Post Toasties are just the food for us.
Written by S. S.
One of the Jingles for which the Postum Co..
Battle Creek. Mich, paid $1.X0 00 In June
ers of Taft have pointed out that I see that every democrat you can reach
Roosevelt is unsafe and partisans of does the same thing. The man who
Roosevelt have made plain that Taft's J feels that he w ill win In a race Is
tnnce armea ror tne struggle.
Illinois democrats never entered on
a campaign with a more complete and
efficient organization than they have
: at the present time. They proved
j their fighting qualities four years ago
! and two years ago. The party is
i united as it was never before united.
Local issues and differences, personal
ambitions and all minor matters have
been put in the back ground floor en
tirely eliminated, and efforts and en-
! ergles of the democracy of the state
is centered and concentrated on the
lone great idea the triumph of the
j democratic ticket.
j Edward F. Dunne, who heads the
i state ticket for governor has the ac-
parsonage of the Second Congregation
al church -in Mollne. Rev. R. S. Haney
officiating. The couple was attended by
Moline. It was the regular fleeting
and there was a good attendance. Re
freshments were served.
tive assistance of the other candidates
in the good fight which he is making.
Not only the state, but every county
and every precinct of the state has
large interests at stake in this cam
paign. Every county chairman and
every member of every committee,
and every Individual democrat must
meet intelligently and energetically
jthe necessities of the hour.
I Nothing so 'ncouragcs those engag-
pci in ngnunjr lor a goon cause as
an assurance of victory. It is for that
reason that these few plain facts are
here set out. Let the democratic
voters of the entire state have the !
inspiration that this assurance of vic
tory gives, and there will be rolled up
Biich a majority for the democratic
nominees as will, make every demo
crat of the state proud of the name
To the workers belongs the glory
Harry Hoffman and family have re
turned home after camping at Camp
Mrs. Walter Fee was visited by her
brothers and sisters of Geneseo, 111.
Miss Anna Wilson has returned j
home to Fayette, 111., after visiting j
Mrs. Guy Treadwell is ill at the Mo-j
line City hospital. j
Mrs. (J. Farrow bus arrived home
from a visit at Slierrard.
Miss Ora Redmond is enjoying a so-1
journ at Denver, Colo. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mincer have de-
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home from a two weeks' visit at vinlted at tho home of her brother, Mr.
Hrooklyn and Denver last Wednesday Griffin and family here last Wedues
Miss Florence l.ea has returned Mrs. Tompkins and Miss Ora Red
home to Sheffield after visiting rela-j niond spent pait of last week in Car
tives and friends here. j bon t'lilT with Miss Margaret O'Don-
Mrs. .William Allison of Carbon Cliff j nell. '
For indigestion, Sour Stomach, -Distress
Alter Eating Digestit
Mr. Seivers has returned home to
I Nebraska after visiting relatives here.
parted for an extended western trip
including Denver and Omaha.
Mrs. Bert Heerbower entertained
the Kmbroidery club Thursday.
Ralph Smith and wife had as a
finest their sister. Mrs. W. I'lumley or
West Liberty, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ireland de
parted for an eastern trip including
Iioston and Cleveland. Ohio.
Mrs. C. Huff was paid a visit bv
Miss Gladys lireecher and brother
Clyde of Moline.
i Last Wednesday Mrs. Willis Hop- ' You certainly would not suffer the ' country have gotten relief by the use
jFon entertained at a H cent tea for : tortures of iudiecRiinti if vou kuew of , f !' harmless remedy. Try it to-
a remedy that would positively re-'
lieve and cure yo.i. "Digestit" is a
tne benefit of the rtaptist Ladies' Aid
.Mrs. t . Stephens was visited hv
Florence Lea of Sheffield. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frarey of i
Carbon Cliff were guests here last
weeV of his aunt Mrs. John Morrl
Eon. Mrs. J. M. Pitman was paid a visit
by her mother of Nebraska.
Earl Freeland and sister entertain
ed the B. T. P. r. last Friday evening.
Wil ma Wolf of Sixt h street enter
tained a number of her little friends
at a birthday party last Tuesday after
noon. Games and contests preceded
Fred Henderson is visiting rela
tives at Tonlca and la Salle. 111.
Alice Langley had a birthday party
on her 13th birthday Saturday after
noon and entertained 16 of her class
mates. After games on the lawn,
light refreshments were served and
she received some nice presents.
Mr. and Mrs. Hins of Rock Island
are visiting relatives and friends here.
Henry Geesenhagen and family en
tertained his two nelces, the Misses
Margaret and Sophia Herman of Rock
The Methodist Ladies' Aid met at
the park last Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. James Shannon has as a guest
Miss Gladys Sincox of Sherrard.
Mrs. John RAnson has as guests her
sisters of Philadelphia.
John Ranson has arrived home fiora
a brief visit at Chicago.
G. W. Stisser and wife departed for j
their home at Stanley, Iowa, after a
visit here with relatives.
Miss Viola Lund is visiting her sis
ter at Brainard, Minn.
Verne Wolfe and family are visiting
relatives at Baltimore.
day. Get a package and take one
dose if it does not give you immedi
ate relief it won't cost vou a nennv.
Mrs. M. Pennell has as a guest Miss j Mrs. H. H. Harris and children of An-! ct'rain ,uiek rinef- 11 wil1 b,ol '"' Urown's Digestit tihould be In every
home It is a certain quick relief for
fmlipHtlnii nrpventH distress After
itmat inutiintlv l ahunlntnlir irnur.
antee it to give you entire satisfaction, j 'at,nS a hearty meal-and makes your
If not we give you back, your money. 1 Urni, worn out stomach good as new.
Thousands of people all over the J Harper House Pharmacy.
digestion, sour stomach, distress after,
Robert Jones, formerlv ,f Shm.,i,i "au"B alia 0,ner "'"macn upsets ai- '
has accepted a position at the ahops
and will reside here with his brother.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Johns arrived
Her Health and Strength Back
Again by The Use cf Carduf.
Tampa, Fla. In a letter from this
City, Mrs. E. C. Corum write: "I was
all weakened and worn out with wo
manly troubles. My husband brought
me some Cardul as a tonic, and, from
the first day. It seemed to hf !p.
I had almost lost my reason but,
thanks to Cardul, I did not. Soon, I
felt and looked like a new woman. I
think the remedy is wonderful. I
recommend It to my friends, for I hay
received great benefit from it."
Cardul acts specifically on the weak
ened womanly organs, strengthening
the muscles and nerves, and building
them up to health.
It helps to refresh the worn-out ner-
I youb syetem and relieves the effects of
overworn, notn mental and physical.
Fifty years' successful use fully
prove the merit of this purely vege
table, tonic remedy for women.
In every community, there live soma
who have been benef'ed by Cardul.
The beneficial effects of this time '
tested woman's remedy, soon show
themselves In many different ways.
N. B. Writr ft; Aivlwrv D.. (
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Miss Elvera Johnson will entertain I,.,trt,,,Ti. r.i w b. "Hon Tr
the Baptist Young People's Union this ." - "!p
"Physically fit" the strong man who
carries no excess weight. The Vanadium
built Ford has surplus strength but no
surplus weight. Lean, clean and in per
fect trim, the Ford carries all its "excess
baggage" in its load not in itself.
More than 73.000 new Fords go Into service this
season, proof that they must bo right. Three paa
senger Roadster J5i0 five passenger touring car
J6i0 delivery car $700 f. o. b. Detroit, with all
equipment. Free catalogue from
Horst & Stricter Company
2d ave. across street from court house. Rock Island