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TIIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1912.
Dear Mrs Thompson: (1) Is It
tlquette for a young lady to ask a
young man to dance with her if they
are friends? (2) If I am hostess at
a party, would It be right for me to
be Introduced at the door to those I
don't know? ANXIOUS.
,11) No. (2) Yes.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have fing
er prints on my piano. What will re
move them? P. A. L.
Wipe with soft cloth dipped in al
cohol. Tear Mrs. Thompson: I am engag
ed, I know my intended loves me. but
tie admires a very flashy, gaudy wom-
in. 1 dnn t like ner a oil it mis
Iness, this would be a happier world.
Don't mind the neighbors, friend
wife. Go ahead and do what you
think is best and be satisfied In your
own clean heart and the love of your
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I have
gray eyes, light hair and light com'
plexion. What am I? (2) My hair
Is very short and I can't wear it in
a pomp. What is the best way to
wear my hair? (3) What are the
street at a prenuptial for Miss Irene
Wittenberg,-a bride of the coming
mnnth There were 12 girl friends
present and the afternoon was pleas
antly spent with games and music.
Miss Helen Ruser winning a prize.
The home was decorated in the chos
en colors of old rose and white. Miss
Ethel Birkel of Rock Island was one
of the number. A number of prenup
tial attentions have been planned for
Miss Wittenberg. Sunday Hugh Ral
ston of Rock Island will enter
tain at a family dinner. Miss Mar
tha and Paula Roddewig will enter
tain Wednesday afternoon and Fri
day, Miss Elsie Warnehold has In
MISS SCHUTT MARRIED.
FRIENDS TODAY WERE SUR-
WEST END GIRLS
Six Young Ladies, None Over
16 Years of Age, Form a
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Verpp up I know my heart will break, i "l 1UIB IU ,
What ha!l I do? Clarence is 18 and j Will Norfolk suits be in style this
I am 17 and 1 am sure we are old 'Inter. ANNA.
enough to be married. I can't bring' (D Blond. (2) Part it in the
myself to make up my mind, though
he has klsHfd me.
Mv dpar little girl, hearts don t
middle or at one side whichever is
most becoming, and use "invisible"
hairpins to hold the ends tucked In to
look like a coil. With a little prac-
break at 17. and a lad can admire tice you can make it IooK very pret
many women at 18 without being a j ty. Brush your hair a great deal, so
bit in love w ith any of them. You ! that it w ill be fluffy. (3) You can
are both too young to marry, or even; wear any color except in the vivid
to know if you are really in love with i 6hades. (4) les
each other. If ho wants you to marry
him now. tell him to wait until you
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I have
A young ladies' orchestra which bids
fair to make a name for itself has
been organized in the west end of the
city. None of the girls is over 16
years of age, but all are accomplished
musicians. They, together with the
instruments they play, are: Violet An-
prlsed to learn of the marriage last : derson, cornet; Mabel Hennlng, snare
evening of Miss Nora Schutt of Dav-j drums; Andora Larrlson, violin; Fran
enport to James Cue of Rock Island, i Ces Griswold, violin: Grace Barnes,
The ceremony was celebrated at the violin, and Violet Corstan, Ylolin. Miss
rectory of St Anthony's church in j Grace Griswold, an accomplished musi
Davenport in the presence of a very : clan and a graduate of St. Katharine's
small company of relatives, Rev. Fath- school in Davenport, is acting as lead
er lenders officiating. Attending the I r and director. Two of the girls who
couple were Miss Harriet Schutt and j are now playing violins will shortly
John Wiese of Rock Island. The bride change Instruments, one taking a trom-
IT'S GETTING DARK
are IS, anyway. Hy that Ume be II : noticed that my necs. is Deginnmg
be all over his admiration for the j to swell. I fear I am going to have a
goitre. Kindly advise me. (Z) I am
doing light work; my hands do not
come in contact with water, but are
always red. Please tell me how to
make them look white and soft.
A YOUNG GIRL.
(1) Consult a good physician.
Remedy for goitre should only be
taken as directed by a doctor. (2)
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Do you know
anything to cure people of thinking
wrong of you when you never think
it yourself arid when you are mind
Ink your hopest business? If I go
out as a faitfiful wife and try to se
cure my 1, unhand a better pobition or
higher pay, do I have to take the pub-j The best hand lotion I know of can
lie or even my nearest friend. Into i be made at home. Pour half pint
my confidence? My husband doesn't ' boiling water over one tablespoon
know about these modest kindnesses
and I wish h'm to think he gets every
thing on his own merit. Is It any
harm to anyone if I foel It my duty
to "mother" him a little?
A CHRISTIAN WIFE.
If more wives "mothered" their
husband a li'.tle more, and if more
neighbors attended to their own bus-
was dressed In a summer gown trim
med with embroidery. For the past
10 years, the bride has been the head
of the cloak department at St. Onge's
store in Davenport. The groom is a
harness maker on the arsenal. The
couple will make their home In Rock
CELEBRATE IN CHICAGO.
SPECIAL TO THE ARGUS CHI
cago. 111., Aug. 29. A pleasant sur
prise party was given here Tuesday
evening on Mr. and Mrs. M. Finkel
stein's sister, Mrs. Bosley. It was in
honor of their silver wedding anniver
sary. About 40 guests were present.
There were silver presents in abun
dance. A musical program was ren
dered and an elegant spread served.
THE LADIES' AD SOCIETY OF
the Grace English Lutheran church
will hold a social on the lawn of the
church tomorrow afternoon and even
ing. The members of Mayflower camp.
No. 101 R. N. A. will give a dancing
party at the Watch Tower Sept. 18.
bone and the other a bass violin. This
will make the orchestra a nicely bal
The girls met last night with Mrs.
F. J. Anderson, 634 Forty-second
street, where they discussed their
plans, practiced, and enjoyed a social
session. The orchestra meets weekly
for practice at the homes of the var
ious members. It has already made
several public appearances and has nu
merous requests for engagements.
They have even considered going into
vaudeville with one of their mothers
along to chaperon them.
"..i't .71 -if"
MRS. M A II A I. A C. PADDED.
Word has been receved here of the
death yesterday noon of Mrs. Mahala
C. Padden, formerly of this city and
more recently of Cincinnati, where the
demise occurred following an illness
cf one week of typhoid fever. Deceas
ed was 74 years of age. She was born
in Springfield, Ohio. Eighteen years
ago 6he came to Rock Island, where
she lived for 13 years before return
ing to Ohio. Surviving are two daugh
ters, Mrs. W. S. French and Mrs. Daisy
Perone of Cincinnati, and a grand
daughter, Mrs. Will Hagedorn of this
city. Burial will be at Cincinnati.
Ignatius Gasnow, a resident of Rock
l"c "v Ilor, 1., , w-,. .
l counts of John Wynn, erstwhile busi-T " . J. : ' Veulur)'
ness against, that no charges would be , " "7"J "' D""l.u "J !
preferred against him and the matter f"?,, n"K " after a
wiil be dropped. C. L. Walker, pre ? t? T
complication of diseases.
flaxseed, Let steep an hour, strain
and put liquid in bottle. Add five
cents worth witch hazel, five cents
worth bay rum, 10 cents worth of
glycerine. La6t, add five cents worth
of benzoin, which will turn the mix
ture milky. Apply this morning and ,h purl,OBe ot examining the ac-1
nifini ana uner eacn ume you nave
your hands in water.
TO PRESS CHARGES
It was decided last night at a meet
ing of the bartenders union, called for I
dent of the union, will assume tempo
DANCINC FROCK OF
GUSTAFSON-ANDE RSON. ble nearby was heaped with presents
THR MARRIAGE OF MISS OLIVE froni her friends, the gifts being in
Josephine Anderson and Arthur Gus- tne substantial form of cans of fruit
tsfson of Moline last evening was the and glasses of jelly, each with a verse
social event of the week in Mollnt
ceremony being performed at the home
the attacneu, providing merriment lor the
' ,uliiilni1ii. nt
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Anderson. 407 Twenty-fifth
street, at 8:30 o'clock. Rev. Carl Vln
gten of the Swedish Baptist church of
ficiated st the weddlag. which was
performed before a company of l'i0
frifndii and relatives. The home was
(letoruiid lu jink and white, carna
tions, asters and cosmos being used,
relieved by greenery. The ceremony
wtis performed in the music room be
neath a solid hank of ferns and cos
mos. An orchestra played "Hearts aud
Flowers" a9 the liridal couple ap-proai-hed,
unattended except by little
Cliurmtati Maxwell, a nleoe of the
bride, who was flower girl and carried
the w iMmg ring In a foimal bomjuet.
The bride wore a petulant of pearls
r.nd diamond, the jft of the groom.
A four-course wedding dinner was serv.
d on the lawn ufter the ceremony.
The couple left last nipht for Denver
und otir Colorado points. They will
be nt home at 4o7 Twenty-fifth street,
M( Hue, after Oct. 1.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS HEN
rletta Krhon, daughter of Mrs. Eliza
beth Krohn. 1518 Twenty-fifth street,
to Carl J. Nordstrom of this city was
a pretty little home wedding of yes
terday afternoon. The marriage was
celebrated at the home of the bride's
mother by Rev. Ph. Wilhelm of the
German Immanuel church. Onlv close
friends and relatives were in attend
ance. The couple were attended bv
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ries. The brido
was prettily dressed in white Indian
linen and carried a shower bouquet
of carnations. The bridesmaid was
dressed in a white summer dress. The
home was decorated with garden flow
ers and greenery and was very attrac
tive. Following the ceremony, covers
were laid for 30 guests at the wed
ding supper. The table was decorated
with garden flowers, a vase of them
forming the centerpiece. The .-ouple
will make their home with the bride's
MISSES ELIZAHETH AND DODE
R.ullane. I. Ida Viaker and Anna Do
lan of Moline eutertained at a prettv
BID PASTOR FAREWELL.
DEVOTED FRIENDS TO THE
number of 300 gathered in the Swed-
l-renuptiul party and dinner last even-iiph Baptist church in Moline, evenins;
and their lamp, "Oakwood." on to b'd farewell to Rev. Carl Vlngren.
Campbell's islnnd. for Miss Marguer-1 Mrs. Viueren and sou Let-lie, who
ite (X'oiiuell of Moline. who will soon i lave today for their new home in
marry Frederick Viren of Hock Is- j Minneapolis. Minn. It was in the fall
laud. The cotttipe was prettily dec-'0' 'bat Rev. Mr. VingTen settled
orated in the wedding colors, yellow ! 'n Moline and entered upon the suc
utid blue, with Japanese lanterns and i cessful ministry which he now retires
Mowers iu every possible nook. I 'ronl to accept a call to a much larger
Hearts. eir.Men-..'itir nt ho .dn i field. Exercises at the receDt ion were
were also profuselv distributed thatine'( partly in the main auditorium of i Pech colored chiffon taffeta, with;
rone mUht forget 'the spirit of the'tne "hrch and in the Sunday school :wlde counts or cream-colored lace,
evei.irr. The table was also decor- j department in the basement. The ! Tne llttIe bodice, with peplum sec-.
uted daintily with hand painted place ' 'ore-part or tne evening was taken up "
.aids and f .icrK f h!,, n I with a program, the nature of which a ratsed rose Pattern; this em-
lth vellow bag of rice. Following ' a complete surprise to the depart- (
the dinner, a guetssing contest was
Mr. Gasnow was born in Germany
Jan. 6, 1837, and .came to .this country
1p 1864, settling in Geneseo, where he tSt
remained for three months, then mov
ing to Coal Valley, where he worked
in the mines for 15 years. He then
bought a farm south of East Moline
nd had lived there ever since. He
was married to Miss Josephine Yahn-ke-
at Geneseo in 1867. He is survived
by a son, John L., of Moline and a
half sister, Mrs. Pauline Staroffsky.
Get Your House Piped Now
Then you will be prepared for the
long dark evenings that are coming
Is all it costs
to pipe five rooms for gas lighting. This cost is very reasonable and
can hardly be considered an expense. It will cost you nothing to get
our figures and terms. See about it at once.
PEOPLES POWER CO.
1 L'UAM.f H-fl-j
the manufacturers of the country was ! for a careful investigation of this snb-
SCH A I'M.
Helen, 2-year-old daughtere of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Schaum, passed away
at th home of the parents, 813 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street, last night at
11:40 after a three weeks' illness.
Death was due to blood poisoning and
complications. Helen Schaum was
born in Rock Island July 12, 1910. Be
cides her parents, she is survived by
two brothers, Henry and Raymond,
and one sister, Alice. The funeral will
be held from the late home tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock and will be pri
vate. Burial will take place at Cal
CContlniei' Xreoi Prkb oh.
Here Is a lovely dancing frock of
self a couvert to the protective pol
icy I say a convert because he at one
time very frankly avowed a different
opinion and has said that while we
admitted that, no doubt, some duties
were too high and ought to be low
ered, on the whole the policy pur
sued by republican administrations
bad been the right one; and he
thought the 'prize money' which had
been received under that system by
HAY FEVER It
"The analogy is a very Interesting
one. Prize money is generally ac
quired by capture and not by any pro
cess of earning, but Mr. Roosevelt Is
always frank and says that his only
objection to the system is that too
much of the prize money remains in
the hands of the officers and too lit-!
tie of it Is distributed to the crew. His
own object he avows to bo to see to it
that more of the prize money gets into
the; pay envelope of those whom the
free hooters employ. The interesting
point I wish to raise now is who sup
plies the plunder, from whom is the
piize money taken?
BII. I. FOR TUB FARMERS.
"The present democratic congress
had the old fashioned idea of govern
ment. They supposed that its bene
fits and protections were to be dis
tt ibuted and equally shared. It in
troduced and passed a bill which be
came known as the farmers' free list
bill. That bill put many indispensable
things on the free list. Most promi
nent among them were agricultural
implements, because the American
farmer pays more for his agricultural
implements than any other farmer in
the world. The American manufac
turers who make agricultural imple
ments sell them much cheaper on the
other 6ide of the water. On the other
6ide they undersell the local manufac
turers of agricultural implements and
trove by their agernesB for the for
eign business their rapid expansion of
it that they can afford to do so even
with the additional cost of the ocean
freights. It was a very natural act
on the part of the democratic congress,
therefore, to put agricultural imple
ments on the free list, to put fence
wire also on the free list and the bag-
ject with a view to early action, so
that the law may be fitted to the crea
tion of these new instruments of busi
r.ess whic h the farmer so much needi
and ought to have."
NORTHERN STEAMBOAT CO.
Bricklayers desiring work apply
ready to work. Sixth avenue and
Twenty-first street. Rock Island. Col
Ing pastor. In behalf cf the united i of ,he 6kirt- Chiffon tucker and
held, the l rlde-to be outguessing all ch,irrh Corl B'rtC8''" presented the
iXh. rs und receiving the prize. Later ! faraiIy 'i,n massive ornamental sil
ln the evening she was blindfolded I v'r candelabrum.
and whun the blind was removed a ta-
Crigir.d and Eenuina
Tbo Fctd-driuk fcr All Ages.
More Lcalr'.Jul than Tea or CofFcc
Agrees with the weakest cLge&oo.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
ft'vh milk. ma'rd grin, powder form,
A quick back prepared is a mionte.
Tale no jubttilate. Ask for HORLICK'S.
C3 Others are imitations.
ENTERTAIN AT ARSENAL.
DR. AND MRS. ALLEN OF DAV
enport entertained last evening at the
(Arsenal golf club at a dinner and
With a Cleansing, Healing
Antiseptic Cream. Stops
Uanv neonle snnnose there is no enre
for Hay Vevf r, and think, once one has
baJ an attack, they must suffer every
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received at the office ! summer from baying time until frost
of the mayor, 9 a. ra.. Sept, 5. 1912. : comes. Seme of the more fortunate
tnr navincr Tr.tir.iii ctrooi f-m c. I Beek relief in cooler Climate, but thou
i v.- ,v. ... swids suffer at home, and often make
Plans and specifications on file at ! "1
d.nc,ng party for their daughter. Miss - wi bp bond. bearTn, tim of t fs' alon-rd vou
iMizacecn ana ner guefcu .hiss iweij per cent intere8t An old8 must be . don't have to run away to escapo it
Brocklebant cf Chicago. Covers were ; tcc0mpanjed bv cash or a certified j titter. Just pet a fifty cent bottle of
laid for 16 guesis and the able was fheck for 10 peT cent or tne 0id Eiy's Cream Balm, place a little In the
evening was spent in dancing. Sat-1 " fumes back into the Tiead, and sc how
urday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Alien will
entertain 20 of their friends at anoth
er dinner party at the Arsenal golf
club, for their daughter Miss Eliza
beth. Miss Rae Bro-klebant and their
son. Dr. Iarr.ed Allen who has recent
ly returned from the east.
FOR MISS WITTENBERG.
MISS FLORENCE STEFFEM OF
Davenport ectertar-d yes'erday eft-
H. M. SCH RIVER. President Board of
Be sure ana take s mottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with you when starting on
your trip this summer. It cannot be
obtained oa board the trains or
steamers. Changes of water and cli
mate often cause sudden attacks of
diarrhoea and it is beat to be prepared
' ouicklT you will tret relief.
It opens up the air passages almost
instantly, stops the sneezing, running
at tha nose and weeping, r urthermore.
it doesn't eimnly give you ten.porary
relief, but it heal3 ar.d strengthens the
sensitive membrane lining; of the note
and throat, and restores it to normtl,
healthy condition, thus protecting you
against a return of the trouble.
All druggists sell aid recommend it.
ernoon at her home on East Fifteenth j Sold by all aruggisu.
Her Sscret Sorrow.
"Mrs. YVhiilley impresses me as ono
who had something in her past lite to
make her unlKil'I'.''. I no er can look at,
her without feel ins that she 1 the
bearer of a secret sorrow of some
"Well, she is. She told me once that
she could never be quite happy aaio
because she used to be the wife of a
man who later married another woman
with whom be appeared to be living in
n state of bliss." Chiciigo Uetord-Iler-ald.
A Good Answer.
A shopkeeper hud for his virtues ob
tained the name of "the litlle rnsoil."
A stranger asked him why (he appella
tion had been given to him.
"To distinguish me from the rest of
my trmle." quoth he. "who are all
fcrtat rascals." Loudon Mail.
Sura on On Point.
"Ont late last niyht? Whnt time
did the clock say when you got in?"
"I don't remember what the clock
6ald. but I will never forget what my
Philadelphia A. J. Hrexel Hiddle Is
seeking a site for a permanent club
bouse for bis bible classes. A build-
ging and tie's which the southern farm- Ing to accommodate about 5,000 stu-
SPECIAL SIX DAY
ON THE LARGE FINE SIOEWHEEL
From Davenport, Iowa to St. Paul,
Minn., and return, including the sldo
trip up Lake St. Croix to Stillwater.
SATURDAY, AUCDST 31
SAT. SEPTEHBEB 1
AT 3 P. M.
The same excellent service will bo
Write for reservations at once to
VV. H. LAMONT agent1"
8 i 8
dents will be erected. More than 3,
000 Etudeiits are already enrolled.
er needs and uses for his cotton. It
added lumber and laths and shingles
rnd leather and shoes and 6ult and
meats, thinking not of the farmer
alone, but of all of us who are strug
gling to live and pay our bills. But
ruch changes did not comport with the
ideas and plans of the truBtees and
the president vetoed the free list. I
dare say he was right from his point
of view, for he represented the trus
tees and not the people.
IGNORED OS CREDITS.
"The trustees represent also the big , .
tankers in whose hands our banking' Cures a 11 loose bowe trouble in
....tm tn k nir.iatH unA no adults, chiloren and babies. It sives!
..l.i .ji.i '.n.f lives after other remedies fail. Sixty-I'
six years without an equal; (eats.
It Cures Cholera Infantum
It Cures Diarrhoea ;
It Cures Cholern Morbus i
It Cures Dysentery j
Wakefield's Blackberry Balsam
ft' ' '
l . - - y -v 4 1
o - r Lid t
A. U- C CV
republican administration, no republi
can congress, has attempted to serve
the farmer as he ought to be served
in the matter of credits. It is prac
tically impossible for the farmer to
borrow money on the kind of securities
ordinarily demanded at the banks. It
axes not serve his purpose to borrow
!t for the short periods insisted upon
by most bankers. He needs, rather,
long credits and he noeds the money,
his own kind of security. He can't be
mortgaging his farm every time he
reeds a little money. Other countrk-s
have discovered tos to assist hini. An '
admirable system of agricultural so-! B
cleties baB teen developed In Ireland
Get a bcttie to-day. If you are not satis-j and an excellent one in Germany arid ;
fied after fair trial, yor drufrt. will ! the present democratic congrf ts has ; H
Silver fi 1 1 i n 3 3 gQc
Cement filings 25c
Gold filings $J up
Gold crown g4 ftp
Plate: 5 up
Mitchell & Lycde Bsildinj,
over Slate bank.
THE CONSIDERATE MAN i
knows that fcho la fond of
ice cream ar.d naturally wishes
to oner ner tno t.( ei. i nat is
w hy l.o orders Math's ice cream S
which cannot be excelled for
piitity, flavor and all around
(roodner. As it coKts no more
than infercr cr(;am, why not or- O
1710-171H Seen 1 Avenue.
I 'hone Ve- 1.K1.
give you back every cent you paid for it. j done nothing better than to provide w-J g Qg