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TIIF ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1912.
L IS M
i ; ents, tc a targe company of relatives
j and friends. The young people will ;
make their home In Moliae. Mr.;
Block being a foreman at one of the
FOR MISS STEWART.
MRS. W. L. GANSERT ENTER-,
tained 22 young ladies at Fejervary
VOLLSTEDT-DE BEAULIEU. ; tial high mass. Miss Katiryn Hurley 1 f"V , "
AN EARLY MORNING WEDDING will be the brid:..aii and P. J. Eatn. ; Ptl attention tor MIm Magdalene,
of yesterday at the Holy Crow Ger-bun cf Rock Island will attend the the comtog week
man Lutheran church, united in mar- gioom. A wading breakfast wT.l be i Th,t Jf1100 W" p,!?SnJ?J "pet
riage Miss Alma IkBud'M tie served at 6 o'clock ia the mornisg.;'','1' the afternoon s
faughter of Mr. and Mr.. Charles De . The couple will leav- for a wedding ?fy foin " M.lss Marie Tremaira.
r ..n.. r.. . . ... . , ,.. .KiK Mies Jennie Collins. Miss Cora Gaet-
Ham C Volistedt of thru city. Th;
ceremony was at 7:30. Rev. Herman ('.fit, r;vf
TV flrlf f I r it iicin 1a HsttiV,' hfta flirlla' T-fJ?tv timrn Tli
rime service. There were no attend- groom is rr.olcvcd at ine Sash Door W'V"D '!
.. . ,. , , . . .. - , t, w , , . End white carnations and ribbons,
antg as the bridal couple entered to orxc i:i Kotfc Inland. . .. .
. ... .v. . i j i w . This morning at 11 o clock Miss Del-
the music of the bridal chorus fron. . . . . . . .
lhorxrrtn vi,. w.i,., vi. ..:! AN3FRRQN.jhHfjSTON Pa,a Dooler entertained at a break-
siding at the organ. A wedding break-' MISS EDITH E. JOHNSTON OF ' 'aEt ,the. llot T.1, COVer?
make tL home c-a East Sixth I r aDd Mr8' Joe Smi,tb- Following
in-. rSvf). "here'the goom i th Bame cure heon u
served, the table carrying out tV!
CO WW OF SAPPHIRE
BLUE CHIFFON CLOTH
fust was served at the home of the ; St. Paul and Martin J. Anderson of
; being laid for 10. The tables were
bride on Belle avenue, following th; ' Voline -.vere tn?.rried Wednpfday even- J
prettily decorated in the wedding col-
cersmony, covers being laid for a do:--' at th;- hcnie of the former, the
en at the breakfast table. Dr. an . bride's father. Rev. Dr. L. A. Johnston.
I ors. This afternoon Miss Helen Krell
' is entertaining at bridge at Fejervary
i park. Tomorrow Miss Hea Kohn of
for Chicago, where they will sper. -nce of abc-u ) guests, relatives andjTr, g,V ,"ncheon atT the
knnovm -TV... , P . , w rri.nH. 4, 4 i K'ball hotel and Monday Miss Julia
home aftr Nov. 15 at the Walker , Andt ron of Chic:ico. brother of the
i-.partment in Davenport.
; bride-groom, fcani "Oh, Perfect Love." i
I aud "Oh. Premise Me." alter which
' t lie strains of V::gr.ers Lohengrin;
; Davis of Rock Island will entertain at
NEW DANCING SCHOOL.
NEGOTIATIONS ARE IN PROG
tbs looking to the engagement of
THE JETt'DE CLL'B HELD THE j Bridal chorus announced the approach
first rr. r rf the o? the bride, who descended lb" stairs
V.av afternoon at the brine i f ' v 1 a' mtin? Mr. Anderson at the ' Pf lessor William Farrell of Gales
".iisfen Horenco and Hatt; Jirr'ari ' fot of the si.airs. Tl: pair advanced
f ii Nnr'h Brady 6tret, v n; jr'.
The afternoon was deliuhrfiJly fpe-,
and the program, in charce o' Mrt..
Rose ( erholtzer. was creatH- en
j i.ved. The program uiven was en .
burg to open a dancing academy in
this city for a term of lessons begin
ting in October. Professor Farrell
U one of the leading dancing masters
cf the United States. He was presi
dent of the American National Aeso-
unatteded, to meet the pastor who
perfcnr.ed the cprenicry und?r a
bei!t;'iful arch of palms and southern
Ftiii'av. The coutile e uded their
fri"i.us and left on a weddinz triu
affrr the wei!dir. snnwr. o-i their ' ciaTicn of Dancing Masters in 1511
"srricrletto-Mos'kowsVi. bv v!s..s returti to Moline Mr. ani Mrs. Ander-na DePn a or bt- Mary 3
N-rma Wieke- Winter-s i Mllab- stn 'V'!I T":,v'- t,f ir home for a tima j Lf hocl at Knosville for over 20 years
I -Koven. bv Mrs. Fred Sot.er; M37.,-lat IS. ) 5;iM er.th street. ! and al J51- echol for Bix
a No. 4. Godard. bv Miss YMa Kch: ! i ftrSl For ,h paSt, eight years he
ilo'nanr-e. Svendsen. bv Mrs D .1 WITTlkOP-DORrtlS. ! has bePn master ceremonies at
Jlick.-v; A Birthday, Woodniin." bv A WET EDD1NG fLREMON V j w equetonpinK. Mich. This spring he
Mi i'-rr.v nti- fi t -, ! of Wfdne::(!av at the home of Mr 1 &t'cn3pd he dancing masters' conven-
I.Iiit. by M:hs Gertrude V, air: Mv
Trp and the Lullaby Bout. Jesrie
SV.yn'-r. by Mrs. A. 1. Grnss; A l
in Attnie, K-hu:.., by Mii s Kl. ie
I'tak; (apiiccif de foiccrt. Ter
k Ink. by Frank Fick. 7he ac-:mp-.n-i:-tH
of the afternoon were Miss Kioie
I'-fxk. M:fs Floieii'e Jr i:.r. ard Mrs.
A. F. Grinrs. Tli I, .t .v.-v, (rv- i
l . r-hhin iiTs at ti: ( of )n j,-r-
(ryni. The next meeting w,ll be an
(Vri Dorris. Davennort. initert in ,n -Nl w i ora cuy ana wni.e mere
t-;.!ni::?rp her dancVter. Mif? Nor i ttj;l'f'(l witn some of the best, masters
.!'ni?."aml Joan V.'itikop of Divert-icf ,his counfy and Europe and is
!';rr fo-".-rlv cf Wavrlv, I.T.va. Dr. n'-'aLr.ed to teach all of the best and
W. II. B!?.nck cfnoUteV The hriri-i ,atc danres- The patronesses of the
was uriended by h"r rioter. Miss
Mary Dotr;. ;s brs ieBniaid, an I
Kra.-.!: Ccnan: was tc-Ht ni-jn. A wed
di" rt f-ipp-r was ?t -vrd follcwins th;
: rtr.: ny. covers b' in? liid fnr e'sht.
Mr. and Mrs. Vitknp will xaskt th :r
now dancing school are Mrs. I. S
White, Mrs. T. A. Murphy, Mrs. C.
L. Walker. Mrs. W. Bahnsen and
Mrs. J. W. Potter. Any of these ladies
wi.l be pleased to receive names of
ptipiis aud give any information re-
.T5an recital at St. Paul's Ene'is!-.' ho:" ' ith thp mother of the brbi j Kardln the cIa69es-
l.'ittierati church in Davenport. Mi2:
J'liulirii Dlttman id Mrs. li. .1. Hi.-k-i
y have charge of t.h- program.
;.t CIS Ains'vorth street, Davenport. J
MR. AND MT:.;. EDWARD ;Ani
TilS M.i:-jn tie ctre -'. Idv'np:rt.
t.-iW. ! the :;i :tr. jnd rj-
':'.ahliiK iiiarr!;i:'e f tlieir diinll-'r,
.'(..-epl'lve to .Tai( ') V.'olbTAattvt. so:i
i I y.ya. .-nrr Wi '! rlvjirpt. fil i ,S' -intli
ftrii t. Ki ck i.-'.iiid t'ie imrn:ife
rei' i mv to li.- ii'i event of Wedn s
iliy t;:ii;!'r O'-t '.',). u'- St. M-vrv's
!iiii'"i. IJ-v. l';:t ;i r llaiinc i u III j,.r- hreakfi'r-t wj perved
i 'fi t'1' ( iiTir-ny and ; 'i br.ste nnp- hi ny at th:- I'oine of
DAUGHTERS OF NORWAY.
ELOCK-DEGHESELLE. THE DAUGHTERS OF NORWAY
Viet? r Kl iVA ui-t.hpfi i v ! T-et y-k'-rday aft-jrnoon at the home
eauglitcr cf Mr. and Mre. Edraund D -Ghesel'e
of Molin-', and Harry B'
of M'tlin were married yestc-ruav j
nriri.int at the Sacred Heart church, '
Fatl:" .1. B 'ule!:ic-i:j p"rfornir g
ri rii r:y. A !nrvr rnrr.paay of fri, v.C i
Itncpsed the si rvice. Miss Cr-
niHtia Ccppers of Eau Mr.li;i and Jj- i
e;.l! Dale of this city were tin; p'- ',
tctidants. A six-c: v. e wedding
r: Mrs. Joha Brown. Fourth avenue
ai:d Sixth street, for the regular meet
ing. The members worked on their
Fewirg in preparation for a bazaar.
.l:h will be hld the first Saturday !
-, Ncvciiber at the Moline Turn-ri
hall. B-siues the aprons, quilts and I
ct!'rr thirrs for sale, the ladies will;
serve Inn-, h. The evening will be1
' 5 tsed with a djnee. The meeting.
: yet.:-! dr. y v.-aa greatly enjoyed. Tiw
n'. '. meeting will bo Cie regular meer- !
Here is an attractive gown of sap
phire blue chiffon cloth. Girdle and
bows of black satin. Shadow lRce
forms deep collarette on the bodice,
ard is mounted in a wide band
around the; fcot of the 6kirt, above
the three shirred ruffles. The skirt,
Is shirred to a draped yoke of the
material. The fastening is at ilie
lagged HIdir MfflBap
We sell Warm Knit hosiery for men. w men and children
The enlarged score a year old
Twe.ve montrs have r tiled anuni since th; enlared tor was formally
orened for business. I: be?n a year of Dror-s?, of unusual activity,
markeJ by a jreit yrowth in ba n?ss rruith by .nnth. 1: has demons
trated the unsurpi'.s; 1 faci.itieiof this stjre for sitfactDrilv meetinz
!t;J!-32-CAkcfi the neeJiof tiepeop e Th;re is never a di thit Haraei and Von Maur's
,rrllfl' vH can X :Ufet yur wint; with txo aurtn:ej, lirst: yu are .ettinz sterlin2
- vilue; second: that qumty for quality, pricej are lower. Fact that ac
count for the growth of tais business f-om a mal! stop in 183 o a giant store in 1912.
A sale of beautiful ferns tomorrow
V.wry person who rnjovs the possession .f heantiful ferns will have an oppor
tunity tomorrow t Imy them at a large saving. We hought these to decorate
our store during the recent opening, and as they have served their purpose, we
now intend to elose them out. and in order to do it quieklv w ill sell them at
pi-iees niueh below their actual worth. Four large lots: 4Dc, 98c, 1.48 & $1.98.
. . liurgala Square
Popular "Johnnie" coats for women
The New 'Johnnie" coat for women might properly he termed a sensational
success. The fashion authorities approved it on sight; smart dressers bought
as soon as shown, and its popularity was achieved almost over night. Three
quarter length, rather mannish in effect. Some have Robespierre collars, oth
ers mannish coat collars. Materials are chinchillas. Two-toned Boueles, and
fancy mixtures. Navy, brown, tan. gray ami white. $7.50, $9.95. 12.50 to $35.
. . Third Floor
New Fall styles in women's footwear
f j r-t As you ciime into the store tomorrow, don't fail to notice
A N the display of attractive new Fall shoes in the large case
i feM in tM, vestibule. Notice the graceful lines and smart
A W- V' fi',;MMs gcnerahall around good appearance. Prae-
t ileal, goo.j-iooiang gun metal, patent leather and vici
kid shoes, either broad or medium toes with hisrh or
the new l..w heels. Some have cloth or mat kid, oth-
1T r v
tZJli ,r. .-Ill 1 . 1 a. x. . ti ut.
0 'w'uiiim-, miii iiii(t'i& eiei tops; an Kirns
Jirl and sizes. '2.50 to ..". Aiie, Rcr
Storm serges & whipcords $1 & $1.25 yd.
Few materials combine service and grod looks to as great a degree as storm
serges. A general favorite for serviceable garments. Made by one of the best
American weavers: strictly all wool; black, navy, cardinal, gray, browTi. tan and
cream: 50 inches wide, yard 1.
WMpccrds i:i bli. k. navy, brown, tan. red: a material that is a clo.e second to serges for
nic; h'ghly d Jirab'e for tailored ?u;u; t,( inches wi le; yard, 1123. Second Floor
51 kid cFiove?, pa r 75c ! Chocolate chips, 25c lb.
S. rt Hd tl.ivrs in Mark, b;;, tan. nsvy. Well
ir:me an i cjual in appearance iwr.y higher
;rind mi(s. Vest A Sic, I'ront
j Chocolate molasses chips crisp rnolast es bar
j in a thick ccaJins of dtlielous chocolate; take
j tome a jound tomorrow, 2,c. 1st I'lr entr
inc of the society at Svea hall in
Moline the second Thursday in Octo
' THE MEMBERS OF THE RELI-
ance club of the Grace Lutheran!
dhurch met last evening at the home '
of C. A. Nelson, 67 P'orty-first street,
for their regular m-seting a id to hold;
the postponed election of officers. The f
ejection resulted as follows: j
President Rev. I. O. Nothstein.
Vif President. Egbert Ilatselquist.
Secretary Virtcr Frykman.
Treasurer Reuben Lundstrom.
Routine business was transacted
and a p'easant evening spent. Rt-
MRS. JOHN MORDHORST, ' 835
Forty-fourth street, entertained the
members of the Royal society at. her
home yesterday afternoon. The meet
ing was very pleasant, a social time n
being enjoyed. A luncheon was serv-
CHARMING TEA GOWN'
OF WHITE SATIN
fTTs ran swTtiiO xtn
ROCK INLAND. JLUr,
Extra Specials for Saturday
This will be a Busy Saturday in the Knit Underwear Section
Many special prices on men's and women's Fall and Winter weight underwear for this one day.
long sleeves or
low neck short
one day, jiq
vests and draw
ers, well made
garment; in all
your size Sat
urday, a io
wool shirts and
are all large
why these reg
ular 75c gar
ments are for
wool shirts and
of sizes, the
$1.25 value for
Just the kind
for this cool
ial for tsx
your choice, for
BED COMFORTERS 98c
Saturday we will offer 50 big com
forters in assorted patterns at the
THESE BIG BLANKETS,
Fine extra sized blankets, made
of selected stock, containing no
waste, no shoddy, you will appre
them at ,
UP TO 25c EMBROIDER
Fine Swiss and nainsook edges
and insertions In various widths,
up to 25c ones, f s
a yard 1UC
$2.25 SUEDE BAGS, 59c
Soft suede leather bags with in
laid velvet designs, colors are tan,
green, purple and grey, former
special at JC
7 1-2c APRON GINGHAMS,
Standard quality of apron checks
in odd pattern assortment, choice
all day, a
a yard rC
MEN'S SILK AND LISLE
To close out these 50c hose, we
offer your choice in black and col
ors, both silk and
silk lis'e, a pair
45c AND 58c CHILDREN'S
The sizes are broken in these
black, fine rihhed hose that ,is
why we offer 45c and 53c values
for one flay .
at a paiir
f V T r "A
5-foot step ladders, made of
yellow pine with bucket
shelf, every step is double
braced, for Saturday .-07
Black japaned cast iron mail
boxes, regular 50c value,
The Superb steel clothes
wringer with guaranteed
white rubber rolls, very spec
ial, Saturday 2 95
Elite wall dusters made of
fine lambs' wool, with long
handle ........ 80
Another lot of those Eclipse
wash benches, they hold a
wringer and two wash tubs,
special Saturday -:.. .1.00
Fine white cotton clothes
lines, 50 ft length, Sat.-lOf
Women's "Simplicity" house dress
es in new models, made of best
percales in Autumn J(
colorings, for 4)x.O7
FLEECED KIMONAS $1.44
Heavy fleeced kimonas in new Fail
patterns, both empire and circular
GOOD UMBRELLAS, 69c
Both men's and women's plain
mission and box wood handle um
special at OiC
50c SHAMO CLOTHS, 25c
The best cloth for all rolishlng
purpose, equal to real chamois
skin, large qj;
50c size for JLJC
25c TRUNK STATIONERY,
'Nifty little miniature trunks with
key. filled with good quality linen
stationery, 25c value, - r
at a trunk-full XJC
Including various lensrths of seer
suckers, ginghams, cheviots, Ma
dras, etc., at 1-3 less
than remnant price ..
MEN'S $2.50 AND $2.00
All custom made pleated shirts in
neatest patterns, $2.00
and ?2.50 ones, each ..
1,000 beautiful cut Klllarney roses,
will be placed on sale at 10 q
a. m. Saturday, at a dozen.. OuC
$1.25 SHIRT WAISTS, 69c
Women's white linene tailored
shirt waists, odd sizes and broken
stye assortment, your pick of
SICAL PROGRAM IN
No phone orders taken on
IRON BED SPRINGS, $1.98
These excellent all iron supported
bed springs, in all sizes, $3.00
$1.45 SATIN BAGS, 79c
Oood qualty black satin, colored
linings, fancy silver finished
frames, silk cord handles,
$1.15 ones for
These Three Specials for Saturday Evening Only
r . . r -
e: is f. ki. cianaara quality
of table oil cloth In discon
tinued patterns, take what
you want for an
hour at a yard .
7:45 P. M. and for an hour,
new Fall styles in Persian
cotton challies, 14 yard lim
it to a customer, ft'XA
at a yard
8 P. M. 8c and 10c values, In
well known Zion laces, both
edges and insertions, broken
sets, at ft
a yard JLC
Wonderful Array of New Fall Shoe Models
For Women and Children, Men and Boys
FOR WOMEN, SPECIAL
VALUES AT $3.50
These shoes represent all that Is
new in materials and shapes. In fart
you never bought better shoes for
less than $4.00. All sizes and widths
in gunmetals, patents suedes velvets.
MEN'S SHOES, EXTRA VAL
UES, AT $4.00
If 4 or 5 dollars is the price you us
ually pay for your shoes, try our Kor
rect Shape line. No other shoe today
compares to these at $4.00 and they
are equal to most $5.00 makes.
Men's Work Shoes, Extra Values, Saturday $2.00
BOYS' AND GIRLS1 SHOES
Our stock of juvenile footwear is most complete and your dollars will rrr a third far
ther here tomorrow. We guarantee every pair for satisfactory wear and above all we .it
the foot for absolute comfort. Mothers are fast learning that the footwear wants of their
youngsters are best cared for here. .
ed by the hostess at the close of th?.
afternoon. The next meeting will be
held in two weeks with Mrs. Charles
O'Malley, 1205 Twelfth avenue,
ENTERTAINS AT CINCH.
MR. AND MRS. FRANK SKINNER
entertained a number of friends at
their home. 615 Fourteenth avenue,
last evening in honor of Denver
guests. Four tables were played with
prizes going to Mrs. Emit Schadt, Max
Gstettenbauer, Mrs. Ben Kelley, Joe
Gstettenbauer, Mrs. Bert Fink and
Jack Gstetteabauer. Music was en
Joyed and a four-course luncheon was
served. The evening proved delightful.
HAVE GOOD MEETING.
Here Is a chartiiirg tea gown of THE WOMEN'S GUILD OF THE:
white satin veiled with velvet chiffon; I Sout.h Park chanel met venterdav af-1
pcir.t lace edi-n the chiffon tunic on ! tf rnooa at the home of Mrs. Carrie j
the sifrt and foirr.s the collar sec-1 Hotchkiss, 3112 Ninth avenue. There!
.tier. and c jf.s. Similar lace is draped j was no program, but. the ladies heard i
bfneath th lo-rer part nf the waist. reports and discussed the work cf the j
- Sa dra?ti t'.:Clc of pa'.e blue eatiu. future cf the society. Refreshments I
were served by the hostess and a
social time was enjoyed.
THE LA LIES OF THE GERMAN
Evangelical church met yesterday af
ternoon with Mrs. Emil Jacobsen,
Ninth avenue and Twelfth street, for
their regular meeting. The regular
routine was carried out aiid the afj
ternoon was enjoyed.
THE ANNEAL RECEPTION TEN
dered the students and friends of
Augustana college and Theological
seminary win be held this evening at
the Denkinann Meracri'i library
from 8 to 10 p. m.
LADIES VORK ON QUILTS.
THE MEMBERS OF THE LADIES'
Aid society of the Memorial Christian
church met yesterday aft'rnoon at
the church for thti regular meeting
and work. There was a good attend
ance, . .
Boy Hurt in Runaway.
A runaway occurred on Fourteenth
street and Sixth avenue today and a
lad slightly injured. The boy's nann
could not be ascertained.
MRS. T. A. PATTON'S
School For Dancing
Hibernian Hall, 419 Brady Et.
Beginners' classes every
; Wednesday and Saturday at
7:15 p. m.
Social dancing every Wed.
'r.eaday and Saturday at 8:30
p. m. . -
Phone North 171 6. L.