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THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1012.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: My husband
end 1 have an argument concerning
the relationship of our aunts and
uncles to our baby. Please settle this
question for us. MOTHER.
They are your baby's grand-aunts
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will white
fchoes be worn for street wear all
winter? L. H. V.
No. They are out of season now,
Dear Mrs. Thompson: What will
take mildew out of a white garment?:
.Mildew is hard to remove if of long I
rtanding. .Tavelle water is the best)
ihing to use. To make: Put one
tiotind soda Into eranlte Dan. add one
Mua.i. wmug wmwr. u.bhomc oiii- .
half pound lime in two quarts cold i
water, let settle and pour clear liquid
od-' Bottle and
kep in dark place, ".lake short
plication;-, rinsing well After each,
til mildew is gone.
D-ar Mrs. Thompson: I am a mother
of seven children, of whom only one
r. of ape. I have lived a life of hard-
Khips and many trials and now that I
nave inree tiiuuren urmS nu no
. I 1 1 1 A
v ho was a hard drinker 22 years ko
and made Sood waf:es and many debts
vhich he could have paid, now wants
t" take this money and pay the debts
h5 made. He quit drinking 10 years
ngo. I told him he shouldn't and ha
f.aid if I wouldn't give him the money
he would keep his wages until he has
everything paid Do you think It
rlqht for my children and me to suf -
fer for the debts he made 22 years
apo SCFFERINO MOTHER.
No. mother, I don't. A man ought
to pay his debts, but his first debt Is! Differences in religion usually make i
to his wife and when she is properly ! for unhappincss between married peo- j
j-ald then he hoiild go about paying 'pie. though there is but one God!
others. The debts he made 22 years j over all acd religion is only the way.
ngo are all outlawed now and he does, we worship ilim. If you love this pirl '
not have to pay them, though it ' eunuph to change your rHinion to
ivould be a squure thing, if he would h . o if Bhe should change hers to
do so w ithout hurting his family. He yours, you would ftand a better chance
cannot take all his salary to do this, ! fit married uapp'ncss and you would j
however, as the law will compel him ' go to heaven y.n t as surely.
MJS.- HI T1I EDWALL OF THIS
city utid Ernil Peterson of Moline were
quietly married Saturday afternoon at
2 o' to' k at the parsonage of Grace j
Lutheran church. Rev. Ira O. Noth-
i.teln performing the ceremony. There
were no attendants and the recepiion j
and wedding luncheon at the home of
the bride's father. Peter Edwall, 1H"
KlghtJi avenue, was simple, owing to
n recent bereavement In the family.
The nrhle wore a lia.i'lsome tailored 1 , , , , ., . ' .
, . ,. . ... versarv of Mr. and Mrs. Holtzer, woo 1
traling gown of light brown cloth; . , . .,
. ... . . . 0 were presented with a prettv silver
t.nd H white hat for the ceremony.,. ,. v . . ... '
The Kdi.ll home was d-corated iu
l'ink and white, roses and carnations
Itrtning the chief lloral feature
Luncheon covers were laid for IS. Mr. 1
i-nd Mrs. Peterson left at 5 o'clock for
tha north and will visit for a week
or 10 days at Kefiosha, Wis. On their
leturn thev w ill go to housekeeping ini'10118 111 lrie ' i;'. will meet uct. J I nr.
the Edi.!l home. 4315 Eighth avenue,
eh Miss Hessle Edwall and her fath -
r expect to spend the w inter in the j
M.uth at Dallas. Tex., with the sons or!
the latter. Charles and Arthur Edwa!!. j
DAVENPORT GIRL BRIDE.
CAHDS HAVE HEEN RECEIVED
nnnouiic.iig the marriage in Chicago
Thursday evening. Sept. 2. of Miss
Fdna ;. Hurdick. daughter of the late
.Mr. aim Mrs. Anthony Hurdick of
Davenport, to J. H. Prost of Chicago.
The ceremony was at 6 o'clock at the
npirttnents of the brid - in Fifty third
t-trcet, here Mr. a id Mrs. Prost will'
riside. The hrije resided in Daven -
pert tituil abiMit a year ao when
nie removed to t nirjgo to make her hall tomorrow afternoon.
home. Mr. Prost. w!io is the well
k iown city forester of Chicago, an au; i HUMANE AUXILIARY TO SEW.
thorty on landscape gardening and; THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF
c ivic ii:irovemenf. will be remem-;the Humane society will meet Thurs -
bend as the speaker at the February I day afternoon. Oct. 3. at the home of
Vi give a certain portion to his wife, j
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Is there ;
nose back in place without an opera
Ition? (2) Also, are black eyebrows
'and eyelashes becoming to red-haired
(II No. (2) It should make a strik-
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a
farmer 22 years old, have no bad hab-
its and many friends. Have been
. ej,.-ft .Am.yaii,
rnmnonv o-ith a firnrnl
teacher 21 years old. Her folks object ,
very much, the only reason being that
, I have not money enough, while I
ap-!have just as much if not more than
un-!tlic ones who object. They are con-
,in,.nll,, trvi.,. t .rnlr tin our frlonrf.
.in i..,.M th.v hv. nmnp in
i mind who is wealthy. Should I give;
j ur to their wishes, when I love her
and my love is returned. READLR. t
: Stand by her, if you love each
. w- ur r ouu ,Uu ou.v - -"...
I. L. . . . ...... I U . a m- n m. U n
, member. i. even harder on her thai
or you. if her folks are trying to sep-
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a young!
! man of 23 and have asked a girl 17 to t
be my wife. She consented, but bet i
; parents object, as 1 am a Catholic!
; and he is a Lutheran. What shall 1
jl do? I am a carpenter and have only 1
one bad habit sinoking. She is aj
sweet, good girl. She is Norwegian
I and I am German. XXX.
j nienin? of the Davenport Woman's
! club at l .iit; hall, where he gaVe an
Kt erecting udiirei-H of "Woman's
Work fur Civic Art."
ANNIVERSARY SURPRISE. !
MEMBERS OK THE POINSETTIA :
club at!d oilier friends called at the
home of Mr. ard Mrs. Emil Iloltzcr'
1 Sati:rda evening while the host and '
; hostess w ere away and on the lattes' ;
return the surprise was complete. The
occasion was the third wedding anm-
! , " - , ' .
games were played.
THE LADIES BAZAAR SOCIETY,
one of the oldest benevolent organize-
j ,tu' residence of Mrs. L. Simon. A quil:
: rut u Mrs- Simo-l will be dis-
,,,,"a '- '"-' rroceas to oe usea tor
charitable purposes. Coffee will be
I SERIES OF DANCES.
' ISLAND CITY CO CRT OF HONOR,
j No. ST.5. at its last meeting decided
; to give a series of dances this fall
and w inter. Rl-uer's orchestra haa
oeen en gag:-a lor the series, which
1 'ill be opened Thursday evening. Oct.
'3, a' Hose in's hall.
! FAY HAWKS CAMP, R. N. A.. NO.
281 will give a card party at Moobe
i f " rv
km 11 11 it 1 1 tr
TIP TOP Bread Is
It's for your table, clean, fresh,
delicious, never touched by hu
man hands from the time the
wheat is harvested until the
waxed wrapper is broken in
You'll be delighted with Tip Top
Why not order it tcday?
H. KORN BAKING CO.
2105 FIFTH AVENUE ROCK ISLAND
Mrs. Wa'.ter Cooley at Eleventh street ;
and Sixteenth avenue, for a sewhig
TO GIVE CARD PARTY.
THE LADIES OF THE G. A. R
will give a card party at Memorial
hall tomorrow afternoon.
THE LADIES' SEWIXG SOCIETY
cf Bethany home will meet tomor-t
w. n. hn Vl n m 1 1ft '
Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Bernhardi have i
returned home after an absence of
Miss Hazel Rickerd of Sterling. 111.,
is visiting friends in Rock Island for
Mr. and Mrs. John Kurth, 4517
! Fifteenth avenue, welcomed an eight-
pound baby boy to their home yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. John Byrnes have ;
been called to Lansing. Mich., to at-. ing the greater portion of the street,
tend the funeral of the formers fath- ! As he neared the corner of Twenty
er, who died Friday. i second street and Third avenue, it
I.vman Weld left Saturdav for Chi-'
o.iKJ. w uicil wui uv uia uyiuc m ic ,
mture, nis parents Demg aireaay
there Lvmin wu enter :onnwesi-
em university at Evanstoj
Rev. J. L. Vance and E. B. McKown ; "
will reprtsent the Cnited Presbyter -
!., , ,K Tlli.
k km , P,vtn ho. I
ginning tomorrow evening and closing,
: Thursday evening.
Jchn Siedenfuss left Rnik Island
j ye8trday for Evanston. where lie takes '
.Di'Tfi,nnw mMW.nnomt, n r i , v nil T.iii"
rn,lrRP in nharmnreiitiral rhoin-
I Ju. eT from he univerVity ' this
" 'vfth the r deerT
spr,ng 'th the Ph" degrtc-
,,. M.r AIr
GOWN OF CRAY A!D
nr hp nn; .-,-.
BLUE DIVA SATIN
Here is a handsome gown of gray
end blue Diva satin. The uppr part
ol the horiire ts nf thd vruv lalrt in
,,laj:s The Iower part i8 of blu(J
; forn,ing a point at tne front an(i
! crossed over at the back. The belt
1 is of blue silk and joins the peplum
: on the skirt tQ th(? bodice. Long
j puffed sleeves of blue silk. Lace col-
:ar and cuff frills. The skirt of gray'
! satin is draped, the fullness being
caught up at the front and back.
r-nu -ury convenes.
The September grand jury conven -
ed again this afternoon following a re-
cess since inursday. No report can
V. . L7 , ..,
! Well Disposed Little Cousin.
! A tittle girl wh. lives in a small
town in Missouri wrote the following
! letter to ber cousin: "We is all well,
and mother's got the his Terricks.
brother Tom Is got the Htipin LCnugb.
and sister Ann is got a hahee. and I
hope these few lines will find you the
same. Your affecsbunate kuzeu." Kan
sas City Times.
Mrs. Irons, if that Infernal cat of
yours keeps Die awake as he did last
night I'll shoot him."
"i wouldn't Uame you. bit if you;
nu. .," L-ZZ " -v. L
Ore View of It.
"But If she makes nil her own dresses
I should think she'd t-e a good wife
for you. It shows she's industrious
Not for me. thank you. It simply
tiows how MHir her father must lie."
I fcul gases; take the excess bile from'
"Can be depended upon- Is an ei-i, he iiver an(J carry ofrthe cong.jpj PROVE THIS FRGFQSITION.
preseion we all like to hear, and when ; waste matter and poison from the in-'
it is used iu connexion with Chamber- j testines and bowels. 1 If Vou Can Do It Vou Are Ent.tled to
lain s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea j Remember, a Cascaret tonight will; a Prize cf $25X03.
Remedy it meaaa that It never fails to j EtreigKten you out by morning. Aj Five tho:;aiiil p..uii,ls await the ttu
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel j IP cent box from your druggist means ! C.ent who wi;i prove a certain proiKjsi
ccTrplaints. It is pleasant to take and j healthy bowel action; a clear head and j lion proposed by the French iimtlieina-eij-iai'y
valuable fcr children and , cheerfulnef s for months. Don't for- i ti inn. i erruat. jiImmh rrar x -i
; adai'-s. Sold by ali drugg-.su.
GOMES TO GRIEF
Sings "Everybody's Doing It"
on Streets and Is Thrown
i OFFENDS POLICE OFFICER
Informed That Rag Time Coon
Shouting la Not Correct on
A festive stag party, attended by
th elite of the chocolate 400, was
given Saturday night and Logan San
ders participated in the festivities
with much gusto. About 4 a. m., Sun
day. Logan departed for his home,
walking rather careless and occupy
dawned upon him that it was the Sab-
. . . (l),l
""'Z,',", T ' i '
. . j .
Doing It." Sanders' I
oice may not be cultivated, but what ,
! it 1arl-c in -i I i n : 4.. 11,. KnlnnnnJ I
' j n c Finnic auu id tuc o trtr i
"" -"riuciai Hum lu
curb- ofT5cpr Kinney, who was keeping
; a lone ly vigu some blocks distant, was
i so moved by the melody that he de
cided to view the vocalist at close
books kagagkmkxt. I
. . . .
"Cut out that noise and go on about :
ZIZTTZ T , f v
fy Tt . Xh' E '
,hn cut lo"se aa,n- was deem-j
a '""'s- 1 al" j
sure son1 of m' colleagues would be
delighted to hear your rendition of
this little ballad." said Klnnev !
I'.it-t v v. -
accompany me to rev office at Six-!
.. . " . ., .
teenth street and Tfijru avenue? !
This morning as I-iosnh sat in police I
court. Magistrate C. J. Smith asked; , "l '" , "c "'"K-
him if he was intoxicated yesterday ! ,ne t,n,e of a11 ,1,nes when coffee ,
morning. "Well, jedso." was the re-; raU8t be r'Sht- u will be right if it's j
f ly, "I was feeling tol'able fair." Upon;t nase & anbora s Seal brand, "touj
his promise to reFpect the minions of 'can nuy lt at Tne Sore. I
j the law and refrain from participating
i in any future open air concerts. San-
i-cYrs was allowed to go his way in ;
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
' For m rirts-s. call William Tref.
Trl-City Towel Supply compan.
i Kerler Rug company for t vacuum
! cleaning and rug-makinij.
Our B. B. serge at S23 Is the best
value ever ofleicd.
J. 3. Zii'iiners
Flash lights and e'ecirical novel-
Six per cent farm mortgages. Lit
ten & Roberts, People's Natior1 banU
Milan artesian water, approved by
city and slate, deliverer", dally.
1 hone West 1770.
Home made doughnuts Tuesdays
ana i-naajs at au. j. s. i.aiuoeris
j.iub firm avenue, rnoue west iivj.
j Coal, coal, cjal. The Roc island
' Fuel company will deliver to you all
the test grades of hard and soft coal,
i Strieker &. Lewis, wnolesale nnd re
j tail agents (or Sauitas the washable
1 wail covering for kitchens and hath-
Winter is coming, better get that
padlock and have your door keys
made. Charles Fiebig, 1613 Third
Court of Honor 855 will hold a dance
at iicaelin's hall Thursday eve-iing.
Oct. 3. Admission 15 cents. B.euer'a
Try Ralph Stanton's Club Smoker
first foi pennants, also full line of
clear Havana, Key West, and domes-
Ward ft McMahon will give you
estimates on your plumbing. stean
and hot water heating that will save
Sewing machines reDaired and war
i ranted for one year. Supplies for ail
machines. Fiebig, lcckbmiUv 1619
j Third avenue.
A fireproof safe in the house or store
Gently Clean Your Liver and
Constipated Bowels While
Take a Cascaret tonight and thor-
ougnly cleanse your liver, stomach,
auu iKjeiB. null vou win snreiv leel
fe;eat by ffiorning. You men' and
0nBUe- , n 1 ?.P- are. m,.r' Der
iuus u;i uupei. Doinerea witn a sick.
I backache and feeKall worn out.
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Casr.arefii nr merolv fartinc a
' nassaeewav everv few rtav. -ith .9n.
' cathartic pills or castor oil? This
catCareta immediately cleanse and
regulate the stomach, remove the sour.
undigested and fermenting food and
feet the children.
Mighty Attractive Models
The time when close readers of this paper will profit by watch
ing for, and reading Grossman's announcements, is at hand.
Here is a late shipment picked up by our New York buyer, of more
than ordinary suits for fall wear. They are the exact duplicates of suits
shown in most stores at $13 to $15. All are tailored exceptionally well
and the materials are above the average. Wide-wale, Scotch weaves and
diagonal fabrics in the new autumn colors. Note illustration.
Compare them with suits shown elsewhere at the above prices
I . . . .
is a necessity. v e nave mera from
$12 up. Fiebig, locksmitih, 1619
Bep'n ,he day Wilh ha6e & San"
born's coffee, end it with Chase, &
feanDorn s tea, and health is yours.
The Mill Store, selling agents.
,. . .
.BarVtU Br08; . teae- 8plce"
wrci na oaaing powaers nave dj
, . , ,.. X ,,
dering riom us daily. Kollow the
Why do you suppose that over
S4,00i,00t cups of Chase & Sanborn's
Seal brand coffee were drank in tl'
I nitcd btates last year? Try it audi
you w ill see. On sale at The Mill
Souders Laundering company at
01-503 Twelfth street. This iaundr
is equipped with the very latest mod
ern machinery, turning out work that
Is not surpassed by any laundry In
Mueller LuinDer company will en
able you to build a tine house or barn
out of the choicest eelect lumber and
you will be surprised and yet pleas
ed to learn the low prices they are
T. S. O'Hara, Hour and feed store,
is having a b:g trade on stock and
poultry food. Dr. Hess' stock tooa
for horses, cattle, hogs, 6heep and
all kinds of poultry, lt makes the
hens lay every aay.
Dunsmore ana O'Cocnell smoke
house and biiliard parlors, corner of
Twentictn street and Fourtn ave
nue. Every brand of good cigars and
,.illd of Emokers. B1,nniieiL
Kuiu and Keichdrci fiax store still
take8 the lead. Most lioeraily patiou
iieu. Everything iu tobaccos, cigars
and smokers' supplies. Man is never
better satisfied than when smoking
their choice brands.
I'tll. S. Wilcher, the leading tin
cud tl.tel. metal worker. It will pay
ton to )e; rn about the Weir furnace.
I (; tits lt,e reputation of giving you
'the fcitiitest heat and consumes
about on-half lets coal.
12. E. Lamp, plumbing, steam and
bet water heating, i;us fitting. His
(fficitiiL knowledge of the business
justly entitles him to your patronage,
His shop has all modern equipments.
Every Uilug in thumbing supplies.
Math's bakery iid cootectionery
(tore, the finest In the tri-citiea-l!iead.
cakes, pies, cookies and hot
rihv They can't be beat. Most
leopio say they are superior to any
Uma baking. Let them serve you.
W. Is. Gansens candy factory.
Rock Island's most important indus
try. Chocolates, creams and cara
uels are sold by all hrst clats con
fectioners and grocers. Call for
Ganeert's and get the purest and best.
The popularity of Bieuer's in all
jewelry is on account of the wide va
riety of patterns carried in stock
from which selection is easily made
to suit the taste of each individual
at prices uniformly low. 1702 Sec
M. R. Iglehart marbie acd granite
works save you the ni:ddaiai:'s
profits. From 16 to 25 per cent saveii
on every monument and all kinds of
monumental work. Call at our ebon
on Second avenue and tee for your
self. The Rock Island Lumber and Man-
: nh,.i,i.. nn n.
i 7 iVr anTurposeV
iv ou an opportunity to save a big
Let us he of service to
We are the leaders for up to datej
laundry work. Each shirt linisaed i
i y hand and put up in a carton in-'
is'iBuri.D8 work' ered to you in j
fooa condition. we guarantee no
cracked collars or cuffs. City iiteam
rf: " c"-,UJan- '
i Dleemn "eL
iTula pl 'utt was uHered abuut five itmta
lylissE-s s. Girls.
LEADS OTHERS FOLLOW
since nnrt U to remain open to nil com
ers for 11 ceufury.
Professor G. A. Miller, who tells of it
In a recent address on "Modern Mathe
matical Keseiirch." fears that such a
large Inducemeut may set nil sorts of
The proposition to be proved Is that
the sum of no two mwers excep'j
squares is Itself a power of the snme
degree. Sums of squares are often
squares for instance, the square of 3
,s 0 UU( ,,,llt of 4 js i. a,m sixteen
and 9 ani, yml uave 2- which 1s tne
squnre of 5 But tllls ,,., never ,)een
foIlnd to ()e tn)e for clips or f0,irtn
powers or nny H)vers above 2. and
Kernint asserted that no such cases
would or could ever be found.
He proved it. too at lenst he said he
had done so but his proof is lost, and
no one has ever recovered It or discov-
ered nnother. although luu tinl proofs
have been found for definite powers
for Instance, for those that are inul;
tiples of 3. 4. 5 and of certain prime
numbers. Some of the world'R greatest
mathematician have been working on
this problem for many years. Indon
Lost Vessels Whose Ghost Are Said
to Sail th Ocean.
The number of phantom ships is
legion. Several of the vessels which
were wrecked in close proximity to
the scene of the Titauic disaster are
even said to reappear in the same spot
on certain occasions. The Packet Light
isoneof them, nnd the story runs that
whenever 11 storm is threatened a bull
of tire emerges from the iot where
the ship wink, which presently forms
itself Into the shape of a vessel and
then sinks nnd disappear.
King George V. nnd his brother, the
j late Duke of Clarence, when on their
cruise in the Bacchante from IS70 to
lS. are stated to have seen the phan
tom of the Flying Dutchman nnd the
duke mentioned the fact in his diary
under date of July 11.
A three masted frigate Is snld to
! haunt the English channel in the vi
cinity of the Owner lightship when
ever a gnle or snowstorm Is threat
ened. Hundreds of people have de
clared that they have seen the appar
ition and heard the cries of the ghost-
i ly passengers. It is sometimes said
j ,,,,,, of ,rain,nK fih,p
Eurydice. which went down off the
Isle of Wight on March :M. 17M. in
vcilvlng tiie loss of nlxiut '-'(H) lives.
Wanted to Officiate.
Jones, able senninn of H. M. S. Ver
mont, gazed Into the face of his com
mander pleadingly. "Yon are always
on leave." exclaimed the officer. "What
on earth do you require extra leave
for now?" "My sister's bnby'H goln'
to be waxinnted. sir." replied Jones.
"And what has that to do -with vou?"
" X. ,IJ m. -
The most remarkable price change of the
automobile epoch will come into operation
Oct. 1, 1912. It ha3 been made possible
by the gigantic increase in Ford produc
tion. And it brings the matchless Ford
well within reach of the average income.
Tourinj Car $600
Town Car $800
These new prices, f. o. b. Oetroit, with all equip
ment. An early order will mean an early deliv
ery. Get full particulars direct from Oetroit
factory or from
Horst & Stricter Company
2d ave. across street from court houic. Rock Island
"She's my sister, d'ye see. sir?" e
clulmed Jones, with a hurt look.
"What the baby?" "No. sir. The
baby's sister's my brother I mean. I'm
the mother's bit by er the father's
my mother no 1 mean" "You
mean!" broke in the commanding
officer angrily. "What do they want
you for, that's the point?" "P-p-please.
sir," stuttered Jones, "they want
m-m-me t-to stand as godmother."
-Appeal For Alms at Wedding.
There are many ctMtotns associated
with the French wedding which Ameri
can brides night copy. One concerns
the duties of the maids of honor. An
American who attended a fnshlonnble
wedding In the Madeleine. In Paris,
recently was impressed with the fol
lowing little ceremony: The maids
passed through the assembly of guests
making a silent apeiil for alms for
the poor. At a wedding where no
money had been spared and untold ex
travagance exhibited no one could be
grudge the offering of silver expected
to lie dropped Into the dainty "au
moriere." or receptacle of filmy luce,
ribbon and flowers, which, when not
in use. was hung on the arms In lieu
of a bouquet. New York Sun.
London's First Balloon Ascent.
When Luna nil made the first balloon
ascent from Loudon In 17S4 he had for
fellow passengers a cat. a dog and a
pigeon. Such was tho excitement caus
ed by this ascent that a Jury, deliber
ating on the fate of a criminal, return
ed a hasty verdict of acquittal In order
not to miss the spectacle, while King
George III. broke up a meeting of his
council to watch the progress of the
balloon. It was In the following year.
1785. that an adventurous Dublin un
dergrnduare. Mr. Magulre. made a bal
loon ascent and was actunlly knighted
by the lord lieutenant for his courage.
"The calf Is constantly growing
worse. Jim. What shall we do unlll
the veterinary comes?"
"We still have two of tne powders
the doctor gave to little Joe when he
had the measles last year. We might,
give them to the anltunl while we
wait" Fllegende Blatter.
Joy Rider (talking on the telephone!
Is there anything to prevent yon
from getting a car around here
promptly? Garage Yes. sir; your last
His Exact Location.
"Worubate was at the opera la-t
"Ah. yoo saw him drlnkln;
"No; when I saw him he wan drink
ing In the bar'-Poattie Post-Inleill-gencer.
All the new 11 the time The Argu.
Ml n ML'-