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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTE3FBER 3, 1915.
Dear Mr. Thompson: (1) Will you
please give me a recipe for sweet
sour plcklos? (2) How can I wash
white ribbons to keep them from turn
ing yellow? (3) How can 1 cleaa
white kid gloves? ESTHER.
(1) Soak young cucumber pickles
la salt water over night. Then take
out, pierce with a fork once or twice.
It is auHe true that you are too
yrung to be keeping "steady" com'
pany. though I see no objection to know
mer, 441 First avenue. East Moline.
occurred the wedding of Albert John-
so ntn-J Miss Harriet Kiamer, both of
Ladd, 111. Rev. George R. Cady offici
ated, and the witnesses to the cere
mony were Mr. and Mrs. Kramer.
The bridegroom is a brakeman and the
home will be in Ladd, out of which
town he operates.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS MYR-
tle Hoff of Albany, 111., and Ralph Hlg-
gens of Davenport took place Saturday
evening at the parsonage of Calvary
Baptist church, Dr. P. H. McDowell of
ficiating. Attending the couple as wit
nesses were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Bruebaker of Davenport. The groom
Is a stenographer and the new home
will be In Davenport.
. I lorti ir nrt fi rttit flf nlht with flnv.
! body, but receive your callers at home.
put into weak vinegar and set on back; let respectable young men and hav
ot stovo until well heated through, ing them call upon you at your home.
Take one teacup sugar to a quart of Hut don't think you are seriously In
vinegar and as much mixed spices as love at 17, my dear. Dont bind your-
you w ith. Put pickles into this mix-1 self to any man until you are a year
ture, slowly bring to a boll, put into . or two older and a little more of a
Jars, seal whlto hot. They will not i woman. Meantime, if your mother ob-
sbrlvel. (2) Wash with white soap
and warm water, rinse well, putting a
bit of blueing in last rinsing water.
(3) The stores sell an excellent glove i Dear Mrs. Thompson: How lo&g
cleaner. You can clean them withl,icfeg it take you to answer letters?
-1 ; l .. !
,bo.iuc, uih. 1 1 wrote last Friday. Can you answer
. i it in Wednesday's or Thursday's pa-
ijear .Mrs. inoropson: l am a young, J J K
girl and for almost a year and a half i . . , ' ' .
v.nt . I have not received your former let
... it. u ,;t.er and I cannot promise to answer
- K; ,,, ,.. ,lm ,.,.. iany letter ia any particular issue of
i . i .. ...... j .,. the paper. Each letter must take its
lug luia ic:iip.ku ui iiiuo mill uiuiuri '
seemed to be pleased with him. But
the last time he called (with my
mother's permission) we took a little
Bill and returned In loss than an
hcur. Mother scolded me when we re
turned that evening, saying I was too
young (I am 17) to go around or even
r.poak with a gentleman.
We are both of a quiet disposition
and never seem to tire of each other's
f ompany. He is entirely to be trusted,
having no bad habits whatever. Mother
refuses to listen to me. Please advise
turn, to be fair to everybody.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I go with
a girl whom I love very dearly, and as
she is nice and I am sure of her char
acter. I prefer her company; but my
mother disapproves. (2) I am 15. Do
you think I am too young to go to
places of amusement with boy friends
os long as they are respectable?
(1) Listen to your mother's advice,
my dear. She is older and w iser than
)ou and has a very good reason if
Perhaps jur mother knows some-j she disapproves of your going with any
thing about him that she hasnt told! certain girl. (2) It is all right in the
you. Ask hr If there Is any reason daytime if you have your mother's per
besides your age. n:lsslon.
MISS BIGSBY TO BE BRIDE.
TUESDAY EVENING. SEPT. 17,
has been set as -the date for the mar
riage of Miss Jessie E. Bigsby of Dav
enport, and Frank F. Betty, the wed
ding to be a quiet home ceremony at
the residence of the parents of the
bride, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith, on
Fulton avenue. There will be a wed
ding supper and after a short wedding
trip the new home will be in Davenport.
THE BUSY BEE SEWING CIRCLE
will meet Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. George Clapper, 3002
The Ladies' Aid society of the Me
morial Christian church will give their
monthly coffee Thursday afternoon at
2:30 at the home of Mrs. W. B. Fair
man, 533 Thirtieth street.
The Loyal Bereans of the Memorial
Christian church will hold a business
meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Abel, 1228 Fourth avenue, this even
ing. The Aiken street sewing society will
meet at the home of Mrs. Tom Boll
man, 5S6 Webb street, tomorrow afternoon.
& fifolgSH. IfllSSB-S 8, GlRLS.
GROSSMAN LEADS OTHERS FOLLOW.
The Initial Showing of the
BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS FROM THE
LEADING MAKERS. A DISPLAY OF
H AM M ERST ROM BOLSTER.
THE MAKKUCi; OF MISS Lun
elle Bolster, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs.
William Bolster. Thirty-fifth street,
and Murten Hammersfrom of Moline
was soW'miUv.fd at ID o'clock yester
day morning at the parsonage of
Spencer Memorial Methodist church,
Iti-v. Charles Hawkins reading the
marriage ceremony. The bridal cou
jilf were attended by Mr. and Mrs.
Archie l!ati:ruerntroni, the former a
lro'her of the groom. The bride was
attired In a liaudsornij embroidery
ffiwn with blue itieiraline trimming
I v. ood, rector
CARL MANGAN HAS
Carl Mangan, 623 Main street, Dav
enport, tri-city agent for the Streckfus
steamboat lines, narrowly escaped
death yesterday, when a team of hors
es which he was driving became
frightened and colted, dashing at top
speed from the Davenport home to
Fejervary park and 25 feet up a rail
church, performed the ceremony in the . road embankment, where they fell,
presence of the immediate famines
only. The couplo were attended by
Miss Ylnnie Ostrom and O. W.
Schwenker. After an extended trip
tiiey will be at home to their friends
Oct. 1 at Quincy, 111.
IT SEEMS THAT IT IS IMPOSSI
ble to keep a secret more than two
weeks, and the frieuds of Mrs. Iena
Scully and Cornelius Donovan of i
South Rock Island have discovered the
i:t.d wore a white hut with soft blue ; fact that three weeks ago. Aug. 14.
wing trimmincs. Mr. and Mrs. Ham-j lie' to Muscatine together and
mertttrom will make thiMr home with!' urn'.ed in -niarriaiie. No public
tli- bride's parents umil their n-w ! aiinorncrn.ent by them has been heard.
home at Twenty-eftljth street and
Tenth avpiiue, Moline. is completed.
The groom Is employed as bookkeeper
at Dre A Co.
and the horses, rig and man rolled to
gether in a heap to the bottom. Man
gan was badly cut and bruised, his
back was wrenched and his right an
kle dislocated. He will be confined
to his home for several weeks. The
horses continued their mad flight and
were not captured until they had
Teached St. Mary's cemetery.
but friends were suspicious that they
were harborinp a swret, and finally ar
rived at the truth of the matter.
THE MAKRIAGK OF MISS GEri
alillno Kcrnandes and George Wlllms
was ceelebrated last Thursday after
noon at X o'clock In Jacksonville. LI.,
nt the home of the bride's parents, Ir.
and Mrs. Haniel Fernandes. The wed
ding was a quiet home ceremony, and
was followed by a wedding supper at
the bride's Lome. The couple left ou
a wedding trip to Chicago and return
ed Sunday evening to Rock Island.
They will make their future home In
Moline, lure the groom is employed
as machinist at the YanIervoort En
gineering company. They will be at
home to their many trl-clty friends
after Oct. 1. The bride has made her
homo In Rock Island for more than a
year nt the home of her sister, Mrs.
1enoard A. Yascourelloa.
WILLIAM J. LAGE OF MOLINE
and Miss na Srhtnooke of Water
town were united in marriage Saturday
hfiernoon a: the partiona:e In Water-
tdwn. Rv. George R. Cady officiating.
Attendants for the bridal pair wer
Mr. Schmooke. brother of the bride.
and Mt.s Shane. The bridegroom Is
a plumber. The bride Is a well known
vatwown woman. Mr. and Mrs.
i I.iifce wlii go to housekeeping at once
' In Moline.
CARDS HAVE BEEN ISSUED AN
nounclni; tho niHrriae yesterday of
Miss Julia A. Heck, daughter if Mr.
and Mrs Victor Beck, to John E. An
derson of Quincy, 111. Rev. O. H. Sher-
MR. AND MRS. U REDDIG WERE
pleasantly surprised Saturday evening
at thfir home. G1'J Thirteenth avenue,
by the members of the Polnsettia Sew-
FIRE AT THE JAIL
Discovers Blaze and Runs Two
Blocks to Give Alarm When
Phone Is Out of Order.
Prompt action upon the part of a
trusty prevented a serious fire at the
county Jail yesterday afternoon and a
ng club and otl-er friends in honor of possible explosion which, had it ma-
their sixth wedding anniversary. The
evening was pleasantly spent with
K.mies and in a social way, and was
delightfully closed with a three-course
luncheon. N. Finnesy presented Mr.
and Mrs. Rei :ic with a silver chafing
dith In behalf of th guests.
I SATI'RDAY EV XING. AT THE
: home of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Kra-
"Pape's Diapepsin" Gives In
stant Relief and the Re
Every year regularly more than mil
lion stomach sufferers in the United
Mates, England and Canada take
Tape s Dispepsin. and realize not only
immediate, but lasting relief.
This harmless preparation will J1
pest anything you eat and overcome
a sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach
ve minutes afterward?.'.
terialized would have probably wreck'
ed the huge smoke stack. The pris
oner upon discovering smoke in the
coai &neas ran a distance of tw-oi
blocks to the police station to turn In
an alarm. The telephone at the Jail
refused to work. The fire department
arrived on the scene in time to pre
vent a serious outbreak, and but lit
tle damage was inflicteck.
The blaze riginated In the coal
storage sheds just north and adjoin
ing the boiler room, and was due to
spontaneous combustion. The bins
were filled to to the top with soft coal,
the large amount on hand being due
to the fact that the county loaded up
last winter at the time of the coal fam
ine. Approximately three car loads were
stored in the compartments. Deputy
Sheriff George Siemon has been fear
ful of a fire, from this large amount
of coal, and has been watching "the
piles closely. Yesterday afternoon
about 4 o'clock he went to the city
Jail and it was shortly after his depar
ture that the fire was discovered, by a
trusty who upon going out Into the en
closed court yard behind the Jail walls
saw smoke pouring out of the store
room window. He immediately rushed
i to Mrs. Siemon and notified her. Un-
able to use the phone which was out
'J 4 Ojif -;' -y :; : .:
toil &mMmpn j
Never has such a showing of fall garments
for Women, Misses and Girls greeted the eyes
of the shoppers of this vicinity as this first
authentic style display at Grossman's.
This great early season display comprises
a comprehensive array of Serges, Diagonals,
Broadcloths, Bedford Cords, etc., in cutaway,
vestee, braid-bound and plain tailored e fleets;
also, a number of beautiful fancy trimmed
styles everyone elegantly tailored and lined
with pure silk. Some of these new models
are made from mannish serges with hand
felled long revers, lined with finest satin, the
skirts coming in several new styles.
The prices on these new suits for fall are
very moderate, quality considered
9.98 128 14.75
18-75 27-75 37,50
Fall Skirts are arriving daily, all new models and very
striking in their varied hues and colors. Newest fabrics and
sizes to fit every purchaser, assuring you - QQ di
a perfect fit. The prices range from .SO tO plO
Every value represented in this store is based on a standard which assures
yOu of the best for your money, no matter which price you desire to pay.
You must be satisfied with every purchase made here or we do not want
your money. We make AL Alterations absolutely FREE at all times. If
for any reason you should be dissatisfied with a purchase we are always
ready to stand by our GUARANTEE "Satisfaction or Money Back."
lads went under the wheels.
tomobile was from Geneseo.
SHE LEADS NEW YORK,
If your meals don't fit comfortahu- 'of order, the deputy's wife decided to
DEERE & COMPANY
7r Preferred Stock
Root & Van Dervoort
7 To Preferred Stock
Price on Application
Phone West 122
LITTEN I ROBERTS
Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages
Peoples National Bank Bldg.
.-osw-w iSLANO. ILL.
' or w hat you eat lies like a lump of lead
in your stomach, or if you have heart-
burn, that is a 6lga of Indigestion.
Get from your pharmacist a E0 cent
ise of Tape s Dispepsin and take a
. dose Just as soon as you can. There
M be no sour risings, no belching of
undigested food mixed with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or,
heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea,
debilitating headaches, dizziness or In
testinal griping. This will all go, and,
lesldea, there will be no sour food left
over in the stomach to poison your
; breath with nauseous odors.
f pe s Dispepsin is a certain cure
take a chance on letting the trusty out
to give the alarm. A vigilant watch
will be maintained to prevent a recur
rence of yesterday's affair.
AUTO RUNS DOWN
Two little sons of S. F. Trego of
Sherrard were run down by an auto
mobile yesterday during the celebra-
for out-of-order stomachs, because it ) loa ' Labor day in the village. For-
takes Doid or your food and digests ltjttinateiy neitner iaa was lataiiy mjur
' Just the same a if your stomach d and at far as has been learned, no
wasn't there. j bones were broken, but their escape
Relief in five minutes from all stom-, narrow. The children were about
tach misery Is waiting for you at any! to cross a 6treet when they saw the
drugstore. car almost upon them and coming
. These large 60 cent cases contain J at a fast clip. They started back
j more than sufficient to thoroughly whence they had come and the car
.cure almost ar.y case of dyspepsia, in-1 turned In the same direction, the driv
, dlgesrion or any other stomach disor- i r thtnkine the bos would keep on in
dert j the direction they were going. Both
i 'j- Cl
SETS NEW RtCGOD
AT RIFLE RANGE
tice whatever, taking but one shot be
fore each range to get the elevation,
rlis work was the subject of a great
deal of favorable comment upon the
part of army officials.
Pedersen, Friberg, Iledeen, and Bos
expect to make their trials next Sun
day, having received their transpor
tation from Springfield.
Evansvillo, Ind. An epidemic of
diphtheria is raging here and no chil
dren are permitted in such places as
theatres and moving picture shows.
Alice Carpenter, prominent suffra
gist. Is the leading T. R. woman work
er in New York City. She was a dele
gate to the progressive convention at
Chicago and has been very active in
the cause ever since.
Captain E. H. Dunavin of This
City Qualifies as an Ex
man on the Chicago range Sunday, 'gj
Captain Ed Dunavin of ;hid city bung j
up a new record for the course, when :
he completed it in ju.,t one hour and ,:
20 minutes, and without preliminary
practice. Very seldom, if e-ver before, . g
has the course been completed in less
than a half day. Dunavin hung up 26
points out of a possible 50, and as on
ly 25 are required, won the coveted 1
title of expert rifleman. j
Two other Company A men, Gustaf- I
son ar.d Baldwin, al.so maae the trip!
and tried out, but were unable to j
qualify. The course Is an exceedingly !
difficult one and in yesterday's trials, !
but one man qualified out of a total of j
36 who competed.
The work on the cxpeit rifle range'
consists of shooting at life-bized sil-;
bouettes at 600, 50'), 400, 300 and 200
yards, the figures both moving and j
Dunavin took no preliminary prac-j
DIHICASEU HEX WHO AHK VORKIfi EVERT
UA, WHO AHE XOT SICK E.OtfilI TO VK IV
Ulil. MIOtllt XOT WAIT INT1L SI K.Mr l.WS
THEM IV. TIIEY SHOll.U COX91I.T AT OM'K
AN HONEST DOCTOR
Who Will Render Them High-Class S crvlce.
Thousands of young end old men can look bark itt
th'lr boyhood day or early manhoixl wi;h a fl!i of
rf mor-.-. HLOOI and CHRONIC I ilHKA.SK.H ay U,n
very life and vitality of the victim. If you are ;i vlr
tlm of any chronic disease, consult u first. Pon't
waste time or money emperlmentltiK with iiali nt rneil
lrlnes or common treatments. Our ottWn r
equipped with all the latest appliances. In'.lu.liiiK tl
A-ray. h nen you irear with ut. you are not
A Certain Quick Relief for
Indigestion or Up-Set Stomach
TATiy suffer the tortures of Indiges-, child can take it without fear of bad
tion. Sour Stomach, Gas, Belching or after eBectB lioa t wail UDt have
other stomach up-6ts? There is a .. - , . , .. m !
certain quick relief and permanent ar,other attack of ""stion, but get:
remedy for these disorders Brown's I a Package today. Try it after eating, j
tigestit tablets will give relief almost j and Just see for yourself how it helps ;
instantly. One dose makes your stom-1 your stomach. We are so confident!
ach feel fine. It 6tops fermentation, that DigesUt is a perfect remed'' fori
j prevents distress, digests all the food ; stomach up-sets that we 'guarautee it ;
i and restores your tired worn-out storn- j to please you In every way get pack-
! ach to a healthful condition. Digeetlt ags and if you don't like it we will j
ik perfectly harmless even a little, give your money back. t
nn-niea on. nui wo ian you riK'-i in with the ratnp Kit::,
trratmc-nt that lies cured thoilFarnlit cf utin-rs. The- many jrarn' expor
lTioe in thlB cpwtalty ha pliic -cl us beyond ti:e -x pfrlment 1 ft ci;.
V u-efull- treat Xervoua lrlllity, VarircMe Vrla, Ijilnrnril -ri-tatr,
lli-rra, IMfrea, ShMs fala4n, Kliinrt hd4 lllariinr DUraani I'llra
aad Rnisl llUraaeat Heart, I.uaio, alarrb, kiouiara aacl I hrunlr Uaraanea
.M.JHU10 anci ileBponrlent ; weak ,r cJUit t- ; tired
mornings, no ambition llfc-le; ni"nnrv pour; eas
ily fatltfii'd. exc-lt.ible ami IrMiable: eves nutikeii. red
and blurred: pimples on face; restless, hatcajard -looking : weak back;
bone pains; hair loose; ulcera. bore tlinmi ; varic ose- vTtm: w k or en
ergy and conlHenc-e? Keek the counsel and aid of an honettt dor-tor of
this kind, who offers you a helping hanl. We will aid you to rls- above
your wrongdoing, and make a man of you. W off.;r yon honest, faith
ful service, new, advanced treatment, expert skill arid reasonable rhartr
es. Patients from out of town need not remain here, but can return
nome s&rao aay.
Many patients have told
tti-r we c.urtd them, that tiuv
hesitated ai rimt to c-.onm to n
on account of never having received relief elsewhere, and they had al
most become so skeptical as to think there was no cure for them we
want an opportunity to treat Jist such men, and It makes no differenc e
how many have failed to cure y.u. Come to us for an examination any
way and it will not cost you a dollar. w will not accept pay for any
services unless we believe your rane curable, no don't hesitate. If you
have any diseases cr weakness peculiar to men. but tome at onct. fcvtiy
thing strictly confidential.
COPENHAGEN HEN SPECIALISTS
ill Flfteeatk St, (reevd Floor..
Hours Open only on Wednes
days from 2 In the afternoon un
til In the evening and Friday
evening 7 to S. and Sunday
mornings. to 12. During other
days call at Davenport ofilce.
X. W. Cor. Fourth aad Brady Btreeta,
Hours Every day. t a- m. to 5 r
m., except vt eunesciay. vel
boura, to 12 only. Tuesday a
urday evenings, -T to .
to 6 p J
Cloacd un !H