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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28. 1012.
Dear Mr.. Thompson: I am a young
man of 18 year and there, ia a girl
in my horn town that I really lova
with all my heart. So seem, to ba
kind to ma when I speak to her. How
can I win har love? I would like to
atop her whenever I meet her on the
street, but I always do not know what
to aay. What Is a nice name to call
her when I meet her? T. G.
C. J. Schroeder and secured his free- j
dom. Incidentally he promised to re-!
turn to his wife and three children
and hereafter follow the straight and ,
..j narrow path. St ropes is from the low-
j er end of the county and comes ot
good people. If he shows no further
signs of Infatuation for members of
the fair sex other than his wife, it
! may he that the charge against him
will not be pressed.
TO OPEN TUESDAY
our town. He danced with me and ,
asked me to take a walk with him.1
We went about two blocks. He al-
ways wanted to hold my hand and I
the buildings have been put in cot
dition and are now practically ready
Licensed to Wed. tcr the invasion of the army of chil-
Augustus Brown Macomb j dren who will enter their halls open
Miss Edith Allphin Macomb ing day.
Carl Nordstrom Rock Island j At the high school. Friday has been
Mies Minnie Krohn Rock Island ; set aside for any who wish to take
Arthur R. Gustafson Moline j examinations In any subject to re-
Mlss Olive J. Anderson Moline move conditions, or to show work done
Edward Brlen Rock Island j during the vacation. Saturday and
Miss Bessie Sandberg ....Rock Island j Monday the library will be open for
William H. Warweg Rock Island ! txt book rentals for the semester.
Miss Helma C. Hendrlckson. . . Moline Tuesday will be registration day.
Rock Island Principal A. J. Burton nas announced
Lueders of Davenport will be an event
of Sep. 4. was the guest of honor at
a charmingly appointed prenuptlal of
Monday evening that was entertained
at Fejervary park inn by her sister.
Miss Angela O'Connor. Covers were
jlaid for 12 at the table. The even-
The public schoola or the city will ! In i spent socially by the yoimg
open next Tuesday. Sept. 3. All of and Miss O'Connor waa given
Do you want to marry her? Can I wouldn't let him. He didn't like It ; M " Ker Rock Island that the second, third and fourth year
u support a wife? Are you old very much and he said I was the first j " j students will be enrolled In the fore-
enough to bear the responsibilities of girl be ever walked with that he didn't
married life? Do you know enough
to make a wife happy?
Ask yourself these questions before
take hold of her hand. I don't let
anybody take my hand.
Then be asked me to sit down. I
you try to win a girl's love, because did about two minutes, then got up
no honorable man will wish to do that! and asked him to take me back. He
without Intending to marry the g'.rl. j paid to set down yet a few minutes.
You should not call the'glrl by any j I refused and told him If he wasji't
endearing name unless you are en-'going to take roe back I would go by
gaged to her. Then you may call fcer j myself, which I did. I thought he1
ali the pretty thirds you can think of. j would" follow but he arrived at the pic-
ask uer u you may can on ner. lake n!c 15 minutes later. I flian t pay an
her out to entertainments, picnics. : ftttent ion to him. If he apologizes
etc.. occasionally. lo courteous, good ' what should I do? VICTORIA,
ratured and kind hearted and she will; , tnlnk you hllT() b.en a llttle h,gn.
certainly like you. handed, mv dear. You could have told
; him pleasantly that you didn't wish
Dear Mrs Thompson: How can I to hold hands and it would have done
keep my eyebrows back? They are no n3rm fo sjt and ,ak , wn,1(. wlth i
heavy and long and curl up. especially Vllm lr did not ln.ut yon and 1 do.
when It is warm. RAY. ( rnt ,p. wny n hould apo?ogtze. If he !
run out superfluous nair nn
rtlca, Nt Y. The State Retail Shoe
Dealers' convention passed a resolu
tion asking manufacturers to stand
ardize styles of shoes. They hold
that the loss on changes in styles is
a prime cause for the increasing
noon and requests that those register
ing in the first year's work meet at the
high school at 2 p. m.
A meeting of the teachers will be
held Monday afternoon at which time
plans for the term's work will be discussed.
SI E BE NGARTNER-SCHU PP.
t The party was In the form of a mis-
tweer.er and train the eyebrows by,
rmoothlng them down with your fin
gers seeral time a day.
wfphes to be frlids, treat him cour
teously, unless you know something
azainst his character.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS THECK- cellaneous shower and the honoree
la Schupp. only daughter of Mr. and : received many beautiful gifts of cut
Mrs Martin Schimn of Davenport, to ! glass, china and linen from her
Frank Siebengartner of Bettendorf friends. The home was decorated in j Idealism of tfae Formation of ch
her life in New York city. She is a
graduate of "The Castle"' at Terry-town-on-the-Hudson.
Mr. Calkins Is
manager of an orange farm in Cali
fornia and the couple w-ill make their
home in that state.
THE MJSSE9 HELEN GILLETT
and Jessie Crans of Davenport enter
tained at a charming little prenuptlal
nue will entertain at a prenuptlal for
Miss O'Connor Saturday evening at
DONATE TO FUND.
THE MEMBERS OF THE O. E. S.
Sewing circle met yesterday afternoon
at the Masonic temple for their regu-
lety of pretty gifts of remembrance.
Mis Katherine Quinn of Winthrop ave-j party of Monday afternoon at Fejer
vary park Inn in honor of Mis Irene
Wittenberg, whose marriage to E. F.
Stenger of Chicago will be an event of
Wednesday. septemDer n. tne guest
were a dozen girl friends' of the bride-
to-be who spent the time socially at j
the park and were served to a dainty
luncheon at 6 o'clock. Miss Florence
The aftarannn -. In.ni sterten or e.ast fineenin sireet. is en
in quilting and orders were taken for ' staining for Miss Wittenberg at her
two more oniit -hirh wm v.M th nome mis arternoon.
ladles busy for some time. There
were 22 members present yesterday,
and a very profitable afternoon waa
put In. The ladles voted $25 from
their treasury toward the Masonic
temple building fund. The hostesses
yesterday afternoon were Mrs. H. S.
MRS. FRANCIS DEJAEGER OF
Moline entertained a pretty thimble
party Monday afternoon for Mr.
H. Lockbart of Seattle. Wash., who
has been visiting for some weeks with
Bollman and Mrs. C. W. Horton. The I relatives in Cordova and Moline.
formed the marriage ceremony
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Do women j
wear white shoes or slippers for the !
ttret if werfring a white dress?
nniTe snoes ar..i impt-i tbe brldaa.1 party with the
popular now aim art- woiu "im an
light dresses on the street.
; took place as a pretty ceremony of j the chosen colors, of blue, white, and
yesterday morning at St. Joseph s yeiiow ana garaen noer uu
bons were used. In a contest to make
next meeting will be in the form of a
picnic lunch at the home of Mrs. Bern
Holmes. 1010 Thirty-eighth street. ;
The meeting will be held in three
MANY AT MEETING
THERE WAS A LARGE ATTEND
ance at the opening of the Rock Island
county district of the Baptist church
at the Watertown church last evening.
A very Interesting program was given,
William Gill welcoming those who
were present and George Mahew ac
knowledging the welcome. Dr. J. M.
Lloyd addressed the audience on "The
About 14 guest enjoyed the afternoon
talking over old time, when the com
plimented guest waa a Moliner. The
house was beautifully decorated with
asters, marigolds and nasturtiums and
delicious refreshment were served
by the hostess. Mr. Lockhart went
to Chicago Monday night for a visit
and will return again before going
back to the west.
THREE G. CLUB.
THE MEMBERS OF THE THREE
G. club were entertained yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Will
Gauley, 630 Fortieth street. A de
lightful afternoon was spent, the la-
Idles having their needle work. A mu-
Oxy-acetylene welding and cutting.
All kinds of broken machinery weld
ed, such as steel, cast steel, iron, cast
Iron, brass, bronre, copper and alum
inum. We make a specialty of this
work, all work guaranteed or money
refunded. We So good work at a rea
PHONE NORTH 3985-L
520 West Second street.
and i the greatest nu
. . i j 'too uiucuu-a. iauio iiauur E is I II
nuptial mass. Mist I the names or ue nr.ae ana 6 i -
need ! be. the prize went to miss isiat "
uoriHiiii i Hintz. Bags of rice were
Dcsr Mrs. Thompson: I am 1" years
rid and am pcqualnted with a younn
man of 18 Four years ago we went
to school together and were gxid
friends. I meet him almost every day
roing to work I like him very much
and would like to peak to him. Is it
proper for me to speak first?
blonde. ! STR0PES GIVES BONDS
There worjd be no harm in plea-, t tin DCTllRMQ T-
...lv rlnm.. him of vonr school' "t I UHIMb IU
friendship. Joe htropes, arrested last r naay onifolow, the ceremony only the bridal j orately decorated, mis evening iue
ter," and Rev. W. B. Morris spokw on
"The Greatest Function of the Church." ! aical program also entertained during
vT fwm I Committees were appointed at the b;i i th afternoon. The home was dec
mber of woras rrom . , ... in-., .
iness meeting. Ixrnis Hauberg Is in
Mary Woebber at the organ announced j v"- has been arransed for the meetine for
,e wedding , Hintz. Bags or ee ,: flnd to0ow ,hich pr0TiSes
march, the bride entering attended by eacn guest one containing "a - ito'be very Interesting
her cousin. Miss Theckla Tangen, tne weaamg ana me one rwB.wu iu
while Edgar Reck of Bettendorf served ; entitled to a prize. Miss Eliz
the groom as best man. A wedding i beth Russel being the fortunate one.
breakfast was served at the home of Refreshments were served by the
the hrlrte nn West Irnst street road ! nostesses, me oining room umu ia.v
90th anniversary of her birth at her
home on the Thirty-eighth street road.
South Rock Island. The afternoon wa
spent socially, and the feature wa a
birthday cake set with 90 candles, one.
of course, for each year. Mrs. Bach
man Is enjoying the best of health,
and hopes with her friends that she
may celebrate many more birthdays.
A PIANO RECITAL WILL BB
given at the Central Presbyterian
church Thursday evening by the pup
ils of Miss Minnie Graham. An ice
cream social will follow the program.
Those who will take part In the pro
gram are Miss Edna Iundberg, MUs
Ruth Swanson. Miss Ruth Kraeger,
Miss Cora Undley, Charles Kane,
Miss Rosa Brunswig. Miss Louise Mc
Lean, Freddie Helpenstell, Freddie
Melow and Miss Eva Beeler.
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
the approaching marriage of Miss
Catherine Dalelden of Davenport, to
John Hank, which will take place at
oratea with bowls or asters, and a
course luncheon was served, the re
freshments carrying out the scheme 1st- Joseph's Catholic church Wednes-
of decorations. The next meeting w ill
be held with Mrs. Alex Quist, 1425
Fourteenth street. Sept 24.
THE MEMBERS OF THE QUEEN
Esther guild of the First Methodist
chargeB of wife abandonment follow
Dear Mrs. Thompson: recently I ing his elopement with
went wl'h some friends to a picnic at flrl. yesterday gave
another town. I met a fellow from pmount of $000 in the justice court of
nartv ant tmeri-fate fnmlllea ho in c en.
1"year"'tertalned. Mr. and Mrs. Siebengart
bond in flu ner ,pave next SundaT for New York
; INSTANT P0STUM
fS2S3S . ,-"i-.zz'-r"
I F0STUM " ;
I GEREAL J
orjOOJ ( i -u km m m oncMi So&VVN
S? i lostum CereaTco.'. Limited fiX
city, sailing on the Kaiser Wilhelm der
Grosse for Germany, Sep. 3. They ex
pect to remain abroad for a two
months' visit and will be accompanied
by Mrs. Frances Slebengartner of Bet-
FAREWELL TO MRS. WALKfR.
THE MEMBERS OF THE HAR
riet Henderson Memorial class of the
First Methodist church met last even
ing in the Sunday school rooms of the church held their regular business
church to give a farewell to Mrs. J. B. I meeting last evening at the home of
Walker, who leaves soon for Chicago, Miss Grace Holmes, 1010 Thirty-eighth
where she will make her home in the street. There was a good attendance,
future. There were 47 members of the I and routine business was transacted,
class present and a very interesting j following which the evening was spent
program was given. Miss Bessie Noft-! socially. Refreshments were served
onai crovrm m ... . n 1 A ifu T ! hv the ViOQtpaa Thfl nevt mMtinv i&'tll
Monday evening at the home of the ., . t,. h.t.i th. i... t,,.... n
tendorf. mother of the groom, who ex- Misses Elsje Clara Claussen of; -m,,' ', ,T-!at the home of Mi Mahel Johnson.
pects to remain in Germany with her i Moline, in honor or Miss sopma an-; .,,.,. , At j , ,
sen. Rev. Father Marcus Siebengart-1 Dale, whose marriage to Oliver Leon ; 1
. . V. T -: . . i . .. T..1-U H T I I ' V. nnn nt.a Cor. 9 Thfl h (1 TV1 P ! - " ' 1 "
uri. ui tinr i. unci o r ui .iuiiiuu. .i i . iiaiii uiuii wv.ua i'. . ' "
Misses Elizabeth and Doda Mullane, ,
j Anna Dolan. and Llda Viager will en
tertain for Miss O Connell at a cot-1
tage at Campbell's island.
A CHINA SHOWER WAS GIVEN
furnished much amusement and a so-
nuu .urs. Dirut'iiguriQt-r win oe hi nunie was very ihciui) urwioi " .- , j . lf- ..
after Nov. 1 in the Siebengartner fam- j chosen wedding colors, pink and white. c'al evenin later clol.the meeting.
ily homestead In Bettendorf. The After the guests were seated, a wag
groom is a well known, prosperous real i'on drawn by two little girls and filled j
estate dealer of Bettendorf. with decorated parcels was brought
MR. AND MRS. E. LEE HAY.
732 Fifteenth street.
KOCH-LIN EH AN.
,n ,h hrirte.m.he The nrize for a ! ward of Davenport announced the en-
ring contest was won by Miss VanOale i Beni ana approacning marriage ;
; Lawrence G. Calkins of San DimaR.
MR. AND MRS. JAMES LIXEHAN and was a pretty hand-painted plate
in marriaee of their dauehter. Miss ! the dinine room. Favors were small ' Cal"' at "'onnal family dinner last
mr nini I lar ill uivUl UUI
ing the latter part of September or
the first of October. Miss Hayward is
a granddaughter of Major and Mrs.
E. B. Hayward and has spent much of
Marguerite Cecelia Unehan, to Wil- j wrdding rings tie.l with ribbon bows.
Ham L. Koch of Davenport, the rere-' A feature of the evening was a mock
mony to take place at 8 o'clock Tues
day morning, Sep. 24. at St. Mary's
wedding, the participants being Miss
Florence Titus, bride. Miss Adeline
church, Monsignor J. P. Ryan to offl-! Ross, bridegroom and Miss Rhoda Pet-
iate and celebrate the nuptial mass, j erson tbe officiating clergyman.
: The hride will be attenJed by hr
j cousin. Miss Mae Linehan of Kansas. MITTEN-BELOWSKI.
i City, as bridesmaid, and John Reedy; THE MARRIAGE OF MISS MIN
! of Davenport, will serve as best man. j nle Belowski of Carbon Cliff to Clar-
STUDIED IN EAST.
MISS LILY NOTT OF DAVENPORT
has returned from a three months'
stay In the east. Miss Nott has beJn
studying voice under Mme Torriani of
New York City, who was the instruc
tor of her sister, Miss Elizabeth Nott.
She also visited in Boston and Chica
go and with her sifter, Mrs. Hugh Barr,
Jr., in Buffalo, N. Y.
THE MANY FRIENDS OF MRS.
Katherine Bachmann assisted her yes
terday afternoon in celebrating the
day morning. Sep. n. Rev. Father
Niermann will officiate. The 'attend
ants will be Miss Josephine Hauk. fa
ter of the groom, and A. Dalelden,
brother of the bride. The new home
will be in Davenport.
LADIES PLAY CINCH.
THE LADIES OF THE G. A. R..
enjoyed a pleasant afternoon at cine'
In Memorial hall in the court house
yesterday afternoon. Four tables were
I played and prizes went to Mrs. Thomas
McCann and Mrs. Georae Schaefer.
Another will be given in two weeks.
THE MEMBERS OF THE WOMAN'S
guild of South Park chapel will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. H. C. SpauldiiiK,
2S.1G Eleventh and a-half avenue. Mrs.
Will Colhurn and committee will have
charge of the refreshments.
THE WOMEN'S MISSIONARY So
ciety of the Central Presbyterian
church will meet at the home of Mrs.
Ella Hoppe. 1113 Fourteenth-and a-
half street, Friday afternoon at 3
Omaha. Neb. Police Commissioner
Ryder has recommended the appoint
ment of Captain Henry W. Dunn as
chief of police.
AVERAGE YOUNG MAN, DISCOURSING LEARNEDLY ABOUT MASHERS.
' DECLARES THAT WE SHOULD SWAT 'EM, SAME AS FLIES
A Tin of
Sold by grocers at 30c
makes about 50 cups of a delicious beverage tasting
much like the mild, rich, high-gTade Javas of the Orient
(so hard to buy at any price nowadays.)
This royal flavoured food-drink not only saves money
in these days of the high cost of living, but is preferred
by many former coffee drinkers because of its pleasing
taste and freedom from the coffee drug, "caffeine." ,
Instant Postum Requires No Boiling.
It is regular Postum in concentrated form nothing
It is made by stirring a level teaspoonful in a cup of
hot water and adding cream and sugar to taste. House
wives appreciate that because it saves time, work and fuss
in the preparation of a meal
Iced Postum First dissolve in hot water; then pour
into glass or pitcher containing ice. Add lemon and sugar
Instant Postum is sold in tins containing sufficient to
lifake about 100 cups at 50 cets. Smaller tins making
about 50 cups cost 30 cts.
Coffee Averages About Double tbat Cost.
Ask your grocer about it. If he doesn't have Instant
Postum send his name and address and a 2-cent stamp
to coVer postage and we will send you a 5-cup sample
of this new focd-drink.
"There's a Reason" for POSTUM
Made by Tost u in Cereal Co. Ltd. Battle Creek. Mirh.
A wedding breakfast will be served j ence Mitten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve
at Fejervary park inn following the I Mitten of that town, was celebrated
ceremony, about 25 relatives to com- j this afternoon at the parsonage of the
pose the breakfast party. Mr. Koch
and his bride will leave the same
! day for Denver. They w ill be at home
after Nov. 1. at 1104 West locust
MISS MABEL WOLSLEY ENTER
tained a number of her friends at her
1 home, 250 Third avenue, Moline. last
evening in honor of Miss Marguerite
Kathleen O'Connell. who will be the
bride Sept. 3 of Frederick J. Viren.
HANDSOME DRESS OF
Methodist church in Silvls, Rev.
Thompson officiating at the ceremony.
Miss Ethel Lewis of Moline and Fred
Belowski of Carbon Cliff attended the
couple. The bride was prettily dress
ed in white satin trimmed with shado-ir
lace, and carried a bouquet of bride's
roses. Following the ceremony a six
course wedding dinner was served at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. August Belowski, friends and
relatives of the couple being present
They left for a Ehort wedding trip.
The bride is well known in Carbon
Cliff and has a large number of
friends. The groom ia a successful
young business man.
GIVE PLATE SHOWER."
THE MEMBERS OF THE PSI
Delta Phi sorority surprised Miss Mary
Kavanagh last evening, when they
turned the regular meeting of the so
ciety into a prenuptlal for her at the
home of Miss Clara Math, 1707 Sixth
avenue. The home was decorated in
the colors chosen by Miss Kavanagh
for her wedding, asters being used.
A three-course luncheon was served.
the centerpiece on the table being a
ill k m jw tt ua ii,"4
The averaged young man nodded Meet. We thought we had some small men follow her with their eyes as
niahlv as we entered and sat down ' reason to believe that he wasn't en- he dashes down the avenue. She
larle bouquet of asters with hand paint- without invitation. We also sat with- tirely unfamiliar with the pastime of "J"" l,tlr BUU1"'". "mn""";- auv
responsible for a lot of the annoyance
that is cauaed other girls. Tha young
man In this case was not a street
inasher. he simply wanted to smile
ed plahe cards at each plate. Follow
lny the spread, guessing games were
enjoyed. Miss Kavanagh and Miss
Edna Kane winning the prizes. Miss
Kavanagh will be married Oct. 16
out saying much for the nonce try- ogling young
ing to think of the right thing to say.
Our energy waa wasted, however.
"Well, haul out and dust off your
to Joseph Bell of Moline, and many ; leading question." burst forth that
women on the street.
iiowever, his raillery had fretted us
and w lost our temper. The thing
"Street mashers, eh? Well, I'm glad
prenuptial attentions will be given
her before the event.
flippant young person, "always glad ! to aay a few words ou the subject,
to accommodate. Kindly report any ' It is a pleasure to be able to disabuse
inattention on the part of our em
ployes. Not responsible for hata.
MRS. C. F. FORBER. AT HER i coaU Rnd umbrell
home in Davenport, entertained at a i
we Interrupted felling
delightful prenirptlal party of the week 1 ,ome,b,t hurt at hU J"unlin8- "we
for Mis. Elsie Heidt. whose marriage i hP you wU1 g,ve thi" maUer yollr
ma, i m I most serious deliberation. It ia not
in September. The affair was a gran
ite shower for the bride-elect, who re-
the public of several popular but er
roneous ideas. The questions natur-
back and be decently polite.
"The class will now turn to Fig. 2.
This, children, is tbe real thing In
the may of street mashers. He is try
ing to force his attention on a young
ceived many useful gifta from th 20 1
to be dealt with lightly. It is a ques-
! tion that cannot be too carefully con-
! cMrAil m ftifiiafinn thftt threufena toll a m now sahour tn aav lAvbritl
a street masher? The first two, why
and when we wilt Ignore. They In
volve too profound a knowledge of
the complexity of pschycologlcal uh
or something lik that. As to the
last one. Why ia a street masher?
young women who were the guests.
The refreshment table was prettily
! done In pink and white rosea and fes-;
Y , r . " ' Especially at this aeaaon of the year.
i iic in i ui wrin '.11
silver slippers filled wih rice. In
overshadow the nation, to exploit " Iteresting and important things. Offl'
"Oh, unequivocally, unequivocally," cer. turn on the dictagraph,
observed that youthful youth, "easy. "I would like to have it understood
It'll do all of that and then some. in what I am about to aay I am not
in any way stooping to defend the
But if its all the same to you and
doesn't Interfere with any of your
j the contest, of the'afternoon the prize. - m nm wha(
went to Miss Margaret Cottr.ll. Mis. th,g awfu, , ,nortwhat
note runer, .miss uoily Mu
Miss Eva Siebic of Chicago.
Her. is a handsome dress of bor- " l" "m' " this awful thing
dered faille in absinthe and navy, the , e '""r; "ls'-.I"1y Hummel na I are you talking about?"
!foot of tha softly draped skirt, and j o -u-5. . Street ma.hers. that's what." we
, for the belt and shoulder section, j retorted hotly. We had planned to
! Eyelet embroidery yoke, cuffs, vest and' GIVE pRENUPTIAI i lead up to the graiually, feel-
street masher the real, honest-to-goodness,
street masher. Now. let me
call your attention to Fig. 1 In the
accompanying cut. There we see a .
gaily garbed young girl grinning ex-
pansively a.' she passes the solid ;
black young man. She seem, friendly,
Campbell's Island Cottages
In the oak., south .Ida, iso
lated, always' cool. Screened
dining porches. Furnished. For
illustrated folder address Dr. W.
Walden, Watertown, 111.
ally arise: Why, when, and w hat i lady who is most evidently annoyed.
jnere is a wiae cnannei between t;ie
young man in Fig. 1 and Fig. 2. I
hope I have made my point."
"Very well Indeed." we replied, "but
tell us what you would consider the
most effective means of ridding our
slvfc. of the real dyed-ln-the-mool
"I woud use much the same method
that we employ In doing away wjtlj
"You mean "
"I mean by swatting them."
U'rnover collar of the absintha shade; MI MARi O CONNOR OF DAV-; ing that the average young man; why shouldn't the young man smile?!
(Veiled with blue chiffon, Unpen, whose marriage to John H. might feel rather sensitive on the sub- j She encourage, it. She likes to have j