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given under the auspices of the same
organization duriny the week of Jan. 1
Our Pride -"Tiie Little Princess" Outfit for $185
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY. OCTORER 7, 1012.
Tar Mrs. Thompson: How can I
rlan a pink felt hat? M. B.
You might try a paste of gasoline
and powdered magnesia. Spread1 it
evenly on the hat. let stand for a
few hours or over night, then brush
out with a clean brush. But it would ;
he hett to send it to a professional ;
Iar Mrs Thompson: I am a girl
of fourteen. There is a hoy I like
real well hut my parents ol.j. ct to
me going with him. How ran I ar
range tr m't Mm without my ni'itli
er knowing? Til. LA BROWN.
Ar you not ashrmed to even 'h.nk
of d"f' v!n;' your d'-ar mo'rV-r? !ip
is probably tryl g to bring yo.i i p
no you will not have t-i be asha:iie-i
of anything yon have done. hu if
you meet a bov ne"retiy you are un
doing all hr pond work, (they your
mother, my deir. Fhe knows ben?.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am for;-,
never was married, and am in ),:
with a bachelor who has lot of mon
ey. How ran I draw his u't'.n;
I n v i t . tin To your home fr.'.e j '11
go-d me;iH anil make b'm k. r' tn
for;,ibl. that he would l;k" to s'ay
there inrever. A hafh-lcr i:h inou
ey in hard to ronvinee, however
hear Mrs. Thompson: i 1 i I avi in
love with a yi ung man th;e yi ;. i s
my j; p,i!. i tried not to. but -ou:d
not !) j. it. .. d'ien things I don't
like, but he Is nice to me. i2i What
is good for line oily hair?
I.I I.MAN H
'li Three vc.-iis do not rnnUe much
d;rietu:e. if )e in all liglu H id
v nnth in mnrry y(,u. !il,e him a;l
be Iwpj y. i?i (iive i a gov!
hl.a:iii'-n n'i ry two week or c).
Celebrate Their C.lien
MR AM) M US. I). C. TI IbilT'snN.'
Scvfiirb avenue, both resic! -'tits
f !;.( k I. land fur over half a ce.i
ti.ry. ( elelirated their .V'th wciiiiug
unnivemary Sat unlay, ansisten in- -i-ntiven
and u f-w intimate frn
Mr. and Mm Thompson were b.cy
iril.g the ro-eivicg the ciiagi .. :
1 ';i -is of their l-.'ivt I' ii i'M.ii.c
M i s. '2 licmpnoa ' a bci n ::i i':,vi
n tin- ivhiiie, (ii iina:: . and came ;o
.r.icrli I. ari.l direct to U01 1; miml,
" '. vents pen, nt the of four ye.rs.
M". Thompson Is u i:..tl.e of S. :
I.i.d. b. .-m b'tn Ii. G!.;-m w. I,.'.-
1 r .
rllOinpson A 111 '-j;
if age w., n he cinie to Ruck Isl ..r,J. ;
Mr a-:d M-n Tb.oiup:.on were ur:;
. I In tr. I'li ige. O-? 5. Im!2. by a H". k
I: I. ii:-! Mcilioditi' mmis'er. Mr Th.nn -rr
if inspector in th.e pattern ri
jr.rtn.i it a" 'he K..ck liand nrset..ii
snd Mrs Thompson are both .n
the best of health mid expect to enjoy
tn.iny more happy i.nniv cuarn s.
CLACK VAN RiCHtY.
Tin: mauriace or s;.;
B ackman. assistant cashier of
Davenport Savings bank, to Miss
. ' :!
Kii'hey, daughter of Mr. anj Mrs
II I I1 III! iimmi .rgit.2i3..i,aL'a.v..u..1 i.ia..1 n.'.'i.i.T'iy-Jt
Those Peruna Testimonials
... .e..,.- i
ive been garh-
as to the effects
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a ken for ca
ments I ha'e
n hand thous
ndg of ur.selic
from people in
1 1 stations ff
ife, who claim
hat after many
vears futile at
:empts to rid
by various forms
of treatment they have found com
plete relief by the use of Peruna.
These testfhionials have come to me
ur requested, unsolicited, unrewarded
in any way, directly or Indirectly.
They have simply been gleaned from
my private correspondence with pa
tients that have been more or less
ui.der my treatment or taking my
No remedy, official or unofficial, has
a greater accredited basis for the
Culms we make for it than Peruna as
a remedy for catarrh.
I have never been opposed aj any
time to the regulations offered by the
,. - .' i
pure food and drugs act. I am not ' ere making inquiries for the old-time j has declined a call recently extended 1 here w ill be musical numbers and Supper w ill be served at 6:40.
i.ew opposed to its provisions, but I am , Peruna. To such would say, this for- to him to take charge of the First raadiegs by Mies Lillian Horton Pe-! Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 Trin
opposed to the proposed amendments i cula is now put out under the name , Swedish Lutheran church in this city ; o'.f, a graduate of tie Cumnock '. ity guild w ill meet at the parish house,
to give to a partisan board of physi-;o' KA -TAR-NO. manufactured by KA- He has been located at Wahefield but Ichool of Expression at Chicago. ; Saturday the Woman s auxiliary will
cians the unqualified authority to de-j TAR-NO company, Columbus, Ohio. , two years and does not wish to leave I ! hold a bakery sale at the parish bouse,
tide as to all therapeutic claims which Write their, and they will be pleased the work there. The local church will Broadway Church This afternoon ! beginning at 10:30.
may be made for a proprietary rr.edi- to send you a free booklet. tAdver- j continue without a pastor pending the acd evening Rev. and Mrs. Marquis'
cine. It u manifestly unjust to refer Jtiseaient.) j selection of someone else, fnteruin the Tri-Clty Miiisfiierial alii-' First. Swedish" Lutheraru The
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pear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I have
two tan 0Rtrich bands which are
gojif, and pome tan velvet. Can
vou tell me how to clean them? (2)
Is whole wheat bread a cure for
constipation? (3) Is there harm In
usinc a cold ring to clean the face
in taking out blackheads? (4 Ikies
taiciim powder cause blai kh'-ads? Is
face powder better? What is a harm
less facn powder that will stay on
ili Gasoline nay be r-"d, hut you
will ha. e bitter r't.,i!;s by s'-ndina;
'hem to a jrofe'.ot;al O-nfi'T and
it will not cos: much. i" Not par
ticularly. It is a good h' nlth bread,
however. 3 Not if the r:ng Is kept
clean, though It is apt to bruise a
tender skin i4i TaV:im should not
be used for the fa c. Guild f;'iP
powder costs about ' mi's. lie sure
to ge one that do' s not contain
b sniuth. as bismuth make black-bead.--.
Before applying the powder,
I'nve the fafe and ii"ck scrnpulously
! an. then tn? surge into the skin a
tiry bit i f cold en am. When the
Hi-in fi' ls j ii hi a li"b' sticky w ith
the cnam. put on the powder l'ght
1. with a lambs wool puff. By
dcjng tliis the powder will stay on
To fhor-i who ask me for Ilaliowein
game I nms; reply that there '
not space in this department to de
scribe tiicm. espieialiy when there
are so many personal problems
waif if to be considered. I think
you will find that every bookstore
h:'F a number of books of gnrr.es,
'.in 'i.'.ini; many suitable for Hallo
ween. f'rank Rn bey of 7-6 I.cClaile street,
T.ivi 1. p..rl and for t ::i im..- cotuicct-
i wnh ihe lioval Nviiiiior head otl'u
.11 this tit;., took pi e as a uuiet cere
n: :iy f Saturday iiu.riiiii ai '.:M at
:be pursoi:ae f l,:c I'resbv teri-i"
church in Clin'on. Iowa. liev. Mr
Bcs-k c;ilcia:e(l. .::t:;di:ig l-:;;.i
couple v ere Ms Ida M- sser of B-'t-eiidoif.
and Alt..., I(l.:ckiu..n. brother
1 f the grootn 1 !' Drivei.ii.irt. Follow
ing the cei ..'incii Mr uud Mrs. Bl.ick
..i.'.n l-ft 0:1 a tteu-Iiii.-, trip ('aii-a-
and S:n:.;.i iu. 111. ". .. w :,j
v it it relative j., bo. h '. s. ..
pect ic -.;'-.(! the si;:e fair in Spr:;g
T:e d. I'.ians for the -.wudiuj; ii;;a been
kept secret 4.11.I the announ- e:::"ut
" i'l i'c:::.' as a s.irprise to the many
Itii'iidi of the bridal .,ufi;e
TiiK M'.SSIONAUV SO. IAI. I NION
of Rock 1 ::ml w ill hoi I its si'li an-
:! iniiii:g ;.r il.-. t'i:,ted I'n si . ter
!;';. . ..ur a ? -,.: nr.. Nov. VI. 'The
tcpii to hi ,:-r-J -v,i I e -Hotn"
ir.su is. i.t.d ii ii address ill b
r. , h I:. -. I T 1 v . ...
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pnst of t'.i Third I'ni eu Fresbyter-i-'ti
rhurdi of th city and supcrm
tu.'bnt of missions i;i the t'lii .,,::n
pr. sh; -.ry. He H magt.etic aim
fctccfu! speaker tnd a good turnout
of iretnh.-is is arTt ieipated.
j A missic iary study course w iil be
How Are They Obtained? h
juestions to a body of men who
. e r..,ui coiivmi ea o' the worthies-
: ess of proprietary medicine. To give
seen a body of men 'he unlimited
.-.cthonty to decide whe-her our claims :
i. . . .i
lerni.a are vain or not is a mam-
-estv.oiattou of my constitutional,
, ' ,
.... L, , ou ireo-
ita.de theoret teal grounds and upon ir -
reiuiame statistics, nut l am quite
fining 10 nave our cla.n.s as to the
cf mposit'.on of Peruna properly ana
thoroughly fnvest'aato.i. and if found
'' be false a proper penalty should be
f.ed. Or if I am making any state-!
i.ienta concerning disease, as to the1
r.ature. symptoms or danger of any1
fllKAaUP if t Am tnalrlTK, nr.- .,.V '
s.f.N.ments to unnecwMrt, y fripht.
er. the people by false assumptions. I
am wl'ltng to submit to any unbiased
ttibur.ai or investigation.
Mrs Alice liogle, $n3 Clinton street !
Circieville. Ohio, writes: "I want to in-:
frrm you what Peruna has done for '
me I have been afflic'ed with catarrh
for several yers. I have tried d:ITe?- i
ent medicines asd none seemed to do1
rr.o any good until I used Peruna. 1 1
have been taken six bottles and cant
praise It very highly for the good
las done me. I also fed it of pre-
tfT.ef.t to my children." I
Peruna is for sale at all drug stores. I
SPECIAL NOTICE Many persons.
12-18. when Mrs. D. B. Wells of Chica
go will lecture on "The New Mission
THE MEMBERS OF THE Y. E. S.
club pave a shower for Miss Ethel
Wilson, a bride of this month, at the
home of Miss Charlotte Wheelan, 525
Twenty-third street, Saturday evening.
The house was beautifully decorated
In the chosen colors, yellow and white.
Yellow and white roses were used and
the dining room was beautifully done
with yellow daisies. The chandelier
above the table was covered with
daisies and smilax and yellow ribbons
fastened to the place cards were hung
from the chandelier. The girls pre
sented Miss Wilson with a great many
very useful kitchen utensils. The gifts
were brought in a yellow wagon by
Master Frederick Wheelan, who pre-
i sented them to Miss Wilson. Among j
the gifts was a handsome solid silver '.
j carving set, a gift of the club girls. !
I Friday evening Miss Florence Cam-1
! eron entertained for Miss Wilson at
j the home of her aunt, Tr6. A. H. Arp, j
I of Moline. About two dozen tri-city j
young people were present and all en- j
joyed a most deliphtful evening. The
: evening was spent in games and mu-,
sic. Miss Stella Wilson, a sister
. the bride, gave several readings, which j
! were greatly appreciated. Songs were
: rendered by Mr. Taylor and Carl
i Spence, both of Moline. Tiano solos
were rendered by Mrs. Arp, Prtice
Feti and Miss
Sara Wakefield of
WEDS IN PHILIPPINES.
CARDS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED
by Davenport friends ".1 which Cap
tain E. Alexus Jennet, I". S. A., Ma
; r.ila, Philippine islands, announces the
! marriage of his sister. Marie Leontine,
: to Captain Orio Cahill Whitaker of
: the Philippine constabulary. The
I wedding was a ceremony of Wednes
day morning. Ot. 2, at S:?A taking
place in the palace of the archbishop;
ot Manila. There was a wedding
breakfast at the Army and Navy club'
a. ::;o and the bridal couple left tne
city to spend the honeymoon at Bag
uio. The bride is a young society fa-
orite in army and navy circles, her;
brother, Captain Jennet, being an olfi-1
cer in the I'nited States regular army j
'pfationed in Manila. Captain Whita-I
: ker is the eldest son of J. H. Whita-!
: kcr of Colleec avenue. Davenport. He j
'is a g-adtiate of Orchard Lake Mili
! t?ry academy and went through tht
' Spanish war, seeing service in Cuba,
j On deciding to remain in the regular
s"my. Captain Whitaker - then lieuten-
ar t was sent to the Philippines to re
I port for duty. He was soon transfer
; red to the constabulary of the islands
and has made his home there for the
prst seven or eight years, with the ex
ception of a brief leave of abseti'-e
alcuf three yenr? ago. when he visit-
ed his c!d home it: Davenport
tain and Mrs. Whitaker will reside in
the Philippine islands. j
FAE KAE MEET.
THE FAE KAE CLT'B MET AT j
the home of Miss Haze Willis. ll'"5 ;
Svtnteenth street, Saturday In the
e'e-tion of officers for the ensuing
y-ar. Miss Margaret Dihbern was
c1; "ted president; Endora Iarrison.
vice pirident: Emma Dingeldein, sec
r tary, and Margaret Anderson, treas
urer. Miss K. T. Andersen will chap
eron the girls of the club to Betten
orrf on a nutting trip next Saturday.:
The next meeting will ho held Oct. 13
the home of Miss Marion Ark'nson
in Sears. In the games Miss Margaret
Anderson and Marion Athir.son won
the prizes 1
MR WH MRS 4 FT FH PVItfll T7
who are leaving Rock Island soon to
take up their residence in Chicago,!
v., re given a farewe'l party last even-'
ire by Miss Minnie fie!le-mfn at her '
home. CTlfi Fifth avenue Thirty eon-;
pies attended and a pleasant evening
.as passen. a musical program was
given and luncheon was sr-rved.
THE SILVER CROSS CIR'M.E OF
; the Kings' Daughters held their regu-
lar monthly meeting Friday at the
home of Miss Blanche Mosenfelder,
S Twentieth street. The usual open-
inff htifiineftA w:ir transacted, ttip trpna.
urer r ported $4.5 cleared from the
Empire beneft. The money will be
used to huv coal and necessities for
th- n.tdv poor.
j BIBLE CLASS ELECTS
NKW OFFICERS WERE ELECTED
hv the Covenant bibl class of thp
Kjrbt .Methodist church
, at lhe honle of Mrs. j
t a meeting
Twentieth street. Friday evening,
President Mrs. William Paulsen.
Vice President- Mrs. Ray Ringson.
Secretary r'rs Mary Knox.
Treasurer Mrs. W. E. Martin.
A straw vote on president resulted
in 18 for Wilson. 17 for Roosevelt,
i fi" 'or Taft. and four for Debs
TO WED NEXT THURSDAY.
THE WEDDING OF EDWARD R.
Harrison and Dr. Margaret Hawk,
both of Davenport, is announced for
1 "hursday morning. Oct. 17. at the
bride's home in Cora Lee Roy flats,
Rev. Mr. McDow ell of the Calvary'
Baptist church will officiate. Only
relatives will be present.
DECLINES CALL HERE
T. Craft of Wakefield. Neb..
noniol fi Ale'- 311 CTT
When voi see this massive Bu"et you'll say it's the finest you ever saw.
Made from selected quarter sawed oak, elegantly finished, either Golden or
fumed, 4S in. long, wrili large linen drawer, lined drawer for silver, large
French plate minor. jut like picture. Come in and see for yourself. Mon
day and Tuesday only, $23.50 J2.00 Cash, $1.00 Weekly. , ,-,
uljr Itlrrk iu tbr
j German Methodist,
i Thursday evening at
I'rayer meeting '
':.:)'( at the par
: nage. (i7 Fourteenth str.-t.
United Presbyterian. Mid week
prayer meeting W dnesday eveni-.g.
Friday evening tire Young Peopled
( hrist:a:r i.t.i ,r. i! i ot with E. V.
, Mcl.ane, I'.i'-' srvei.u. nth street,
First Methodist. Wednesday even
! log wi.l be held the regular prayer
meeting. The s'udy of Romans will
begin and a fall attendance is desired.
: Thursday evening the lirst othcial
board meeting of the new year will b
held, beginning at 7:oM.
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 the
'King's Heralds meet with Miss Nellie,
MaUison. 11.11 Twentieth street. Bov s
and girls between ni.ie and 1.1 years
of at;e are inv.ted.
South Park Chapel. Junior meet
ing will be held at 4:15 Tuesday af
ternoon. Prayer meeting will be held Tues
' day evening at 7: 3i. Tuesday even
ing at the bame hour the eldeis and
trustees will hold a joint meeting with
the elders and trustees of the Hroad
way church in the Hroadway parlors.
The congregation will meet at the
church Friday ever.ir.g at 7:30 to
consider the calling of a pastor.
The Men s Urotherhood meets
Thursday evening with J. C. Fry,
Twenty-ninth street and Thirteenth
Central Presbyterian Wednesday!
the ladies of the Pastor's Aid society ;
meet at the church for an all day ses
sion b. girn'.t at 10 o'clock. Prepara
tions w i tie
t:.le Nov. 11
mad0 for the annual
Lunch will be ser. ed
at nooi.. A business stssioa will be
held a'. 3 o'clock.
Prayer service takes place Wedneg-
Friday evening at 8 an entertain -
ment w :'l be given at U:e entertain
mexit hail in the church under the
: auplces of the Christian Endeavorers.
eQ era u&
ance and ladies in the Sunday school
io -ui. Supper will be served at 6.
Tomorrow evening the trustees will I
meet in t lie vest parlor of the church.
Tomorrow afternoon the Helen Mills j
circle will meet with Miss Adria Tit-1
teringtoit, Sit) Twenty-second street.
U'. iItii.liI.j i- .,.,iii..T llir, r.,r.ii a.
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prayer i)ic iurg wil. be. Is. the ( hurcll
I Doing All She Can for the Child Life
lot Our Land?"
The Junior association meets Thurs-
; day at 4 p. m.
Friday afternoon at 3 the Woman's
, Missionary society i f the church
' holds its annual praise meeting in the
i Sunday s-chool rooms. Mrs. E. W.
i Kooi.a of Korea will be the speaker.
Grace Lutheran. This evening at
o'clock the Acme society meets with
.Miss Anna c;ratniuist. 13U.1 Fourteenth
Wednesday evening at 7 the confer
ence class meets in the lecture room
of the church. The board of deacons
mods at J at the church and choir
practice takes piace at the same hour
at the parsonage.
Thursday evening the Luther league
v. ill hold a socia. and business meet
ing with Mjf.8 Bertha Huette, 632
Sixth street, Moline.
Wed.ietday afternoon the annual
tall meeting of the Woman's Home
j and Foreign Missionary societies of
; the Lutheran churches of Rock Island
will be held at the home of Mrs.
John Nelson at Twenty-fourth avenue
and Thirtieth street.
German Evangelical. The Young
People's society meets with Miss Ber-
tba Wanke, 6M6 Second street, tonljrhrt.
Thursday afternoon the ladies' so-
, ciety meets wi'h Mrs. Muse, 1206
: Thirty-seventh street.
i Friday evening choir rehearsal will
be held at the home of Miss Martha
29 Ninth avenue.
! Trinity Church
-The Trinity Men's
, club will hold its first fall meeting
tomorrow evening at the parish house.
: A good program has been trenared
Otir Pride we mean it. We pride ourselves In this 4-room purchase
at $185 because we know and realize that a similar purchase could not be
made In Davenport. Coiy homes are made possible in the tri-citles, abso
lutely due to the "Little Princess." Come and see for yourself. Carefully
and tastefully the "Little Princess" Is arranged and set up on the second
"The Little Princess," like all of the furniture In our beautiful store,
is selling at prices that know no competition. Our customers are deriving
the benefit of the purchasing power of 28 furniture storer Our saving is
a saving to you.
Our Payment Pfan is Easy
W trust every person. Our plan of easy terms enables any wage earn
er to furnish a home comfortably and beautifully without an outlay of
cash. Just a dollar or two a week will make your home surrounding pleas
ant and ideal. Let Franc's show you the wayr
For One Day ONLY
Massive Brass Bed with 2-m. .Continuous Posts
Fitted with Iron frame spring and 45-lb. cotton
felt mattress. The outfit la worth $36.00. We
offer it tomorrow and Tuesday, special
This Bed Outfit is High Class Enough
to Find a Place m any Home
The bed li of an approved design, massive In appearance, and proper
ly lacquered. The iron spring la sanitary and resilent, and the cotton felt
mattress is made, layer upon layer, of pure cotton felt not stuffed, bu
built. It Is truly a wonderful value and worth your attention.
Terms: $2.00 Cash: $1.00 Weekly
On the above mentioned terms you have 6 months !n which to pay for
this bed outfit. This Is a plain statement, leaving nothing at which you
must guess or over which you must ponder, Tou can come to this store
with $2.00 and secure one of these outfits. No effort will be made to secure
a larger down payment or to secure a larger weekly payment. We offer
you these terms voluntarily and we are glad to sell you on this basis.
church trustees meet tonight at the
home of A. W. Johnson, 932 Four
Prayer meeting will be held Wed
nesday evening at the home of Emil
Peterson, 1121 Fourteenth street.
The Ladies' Home Missionary so
ciety meet a Wednesday ?ternoo j
! with Mrs. John Nelson, south of Thir
tieth street and Eighteenth avenue.
The Misses Ella Beck and - Svea
lAnderson will entertain the Home So-
cial club Thursday evening at the
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I home of Mrs. Emil
Confirmation class meet Saturday
afternoon at the school.
Memorial Christian. Prayer meet
ing will be held Wednesday evening.
mursuay a.iernoon tne i.aaies Ala 200 at 8ac.d ,,eart cnur,.n lhe B(;1.
society will meet at the church forlian f.,,i,oiie rhureh ..n,i..r th. i.nd.
Friday evening the quarterly mis
sio.i team will be held with Mrs. Mary
Dooley, 2404 Seventh avenue.
Next Sunday there will be preach
ing morning anS evening by Itev. J.
Fred Jones, a state Sunday school
First Baptist. Primer meeting Wed
Thursday evening the quarterly our
iness meeting of the young people's
bible class will be held with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hoffman at. the parson
age, 310 Fifteenth street.
Friday the Ladies' Aid society will
hold an all day meeting for work ftl
preparation for the annual sale to be
held Thursday, Nov. 21.
Speiicer Methodist. This evening
I the official board of the church meets
in the pastor's study.
Tomorrow evening the bible study
Prayer meeting will be held Wed
Thursday afternoon the Woman's
Home Missionary society meets with
j MrB- ton on Thirty-fourth street.
between sixth and Seventh avenues.
Friday afteraoon the Ladies' Aid so-
ciety meets in a special business ses-
i sion wlth MrB- Minnie Greer, 615 For-j
t'1"r u"u B1-rccl
Rally day exercises
will be held
"Ton said that when we were mar-
rled yon would refns me nothing."
"I'll be still more generoim. I'll not
even refuse you nothing. I'll give It to
BISHOP DUNNE OF
PEORIA A VISITOR
Bishop E. M. Dunne of the Peoria
diocese of the Roman Catholic church,
was In the city yesterday, motoring
here from Keithshurg and arriving
Saturday night. He ahsiiited at first
holy communion at 7:30 at 8t. Jo
seph's church and at the mass at 10:30
administered confirmation there to a
class of 2.r.0 members, 200 of whon
were children. In tho afternoon he
went to Moline, where ho administer
ed confirmation rites to a class of
ership of Father J. B. Culemans. The
Lirhop left last night for Chicago.
FOR CHURCH CLUB
The Trinity Men's club propones to
enter politics for a brief period at
least. Tomorrow evening at the first
fall meeting of the organization three
hpakers will be heard. "Why I Am
for Taft" is the subject assigned to
J K Scott; "Why 1 Am for Wilson"
will be told by H. R. Ken worthy.
"Why I Am for Roosevelt" Is to as
signed to a speaker yet to be named.
The club meets at the parish house
and supper will be served at 6:40.
Frank Campana is now located at
223 Seventeenth street with a larr
line of fine, fresh fruits of all kinds,
wholesale and retail. (Advertisement)
MISS BLANCHE WILSON
MISS TEEL'S HAIR SHOP
Room 410 Best Building
Telephone West 2024
Shampooing, manicuring, scalp
maseage, facial massage, hair
dressing, hair goods and toii. ;