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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912.
Dear Mri. Thompson: (1) Can a
man of 35 marry a girl of 22? (2)
Why don't the girts like a man who
Wflars a mustache? (3) When a
man intends to get married, earning
flS a week, how much money must
he Invest for starting a home?
G. A. D.
(1) Yes. if she's willing. (2) A
mustache Is not considered sanitary.
(I) All of it. By great economy me and that there is someone else.
ty treasurer of the King's Daughters j
and the balance to the sick and needy. !
j The sum spent in combating tubercu- j
i Iosis went for eggs, milk, care of pert-j
able houses, etc. The following ofn-;
errs for the year were elected!
Leader Miss- Mary Entrikin.
First Vice Leader Mrs. C. C. Car-'
Second Vice Leader Mrs. M. D.
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. W. .
Assistant Secretary Miss Dorothy
Treasurer Mrs. I. S. 'White.
Assistant Treasurer Mrs. J. R. I
! NICKEL L-BUNCHER.
youag man of 22 for the lut three j MIgg MILDRED BUNCHER,
months. Lately his affection seems Mathias Buncher of this ;
A 1 I lL ...U W nf ill r1 1- J '
lo une cooieu, iUUuku Cli.. Citv, became a bride Saturday-
he loves only me
3 ROOMS J
ii-ms Lst. DAVENPORT iowa.
I fear he deceives
I have lived on his adoration so lonii
j that I cannot exist without it.
! been unable to eat
or sleep since I ' o " "Vsi vst s..vrth
mistrusted him, fcr I know I oa-i nev-j ; .- n ..... rf j
er love another. Shall 1 question him
or let matters drop and enter a con
If you can't trust him you have no
he may save two or three dollars each
week, but this means cutting out all
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a young
man of 23 and have been engaged to
a girl of 20. We went together sevej
years, but our engagement was brok
en about nine mc tns ago. About 'right to ne engaged to mm.
two months ago I mt another young You are probably torturing your
lady hom I dearly love. She seems j self for nothing, like a lot of other
to like me but won't let me get too j sentimental girls. He may just be
close to her. I have never been out tired of being keyed up to your no
wlth this girl and would like to get ; tions of "adoration." Give him a rest,
married soo-u, so kindly advise me
what to do. AXXIOl'S F. J. S. ! Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have been (
If the old engagement is off you J married four years to a man with a
have a right to oonrt another girl. 'large family of children. The elder
became a bride Saturday even
ing, the groom being William Nicke'.l. ; 3
Jr. The ceremony was performed In
bv Justice Phil Daum, at
Mrs. Ber.sing, cousins of the bride.
Supper was served. The bride gradu
ated from the Hock ' Island high
school with the class of '09. The
groom is a cigar maker. They have
gone to housekeeping at Fourth ave
nue aad Fifth street.
girl. ' large family
The new girl seems to b slf-re- j hildren say things about me to other
specting, therefore, worth trying for. J people and it makes me very unhap
Ask to call on her and call as often py, as I do the very best I know how.
as she will let you. Invl'e her to the I am quite young and have no chil
tbeatre once In a while and take her dren of my own. My husband does
candy and flowers. Don't try to "get not sympathize with m".
too close to her" until ou are ready' . ACHING HEART.
to ask her to marry you. If Blie is Poor little stepmother! About all
you can do is to keep on doing the
best you can. Perhaps in time, if
you are kind to them, the older chil-
Dear Mrs. Thompson: My husband I dren wil", b? ashamed of themselves.
lias been gone three wees and I You have a chance to win the love
have not heard from him. This is : of the little ones, anyway. Make
friends of your neighbors, so they
may know you as you are and not
Judge you by what your stepchildren
willing she probably won't object to
your getting a little closer.
not the first time he has left mo. Be
fore I heard from him, but this time
he has 1-1't me with no means of sup
port and have ti"t heard from him.
What fin you advise? INQITKY. .
If there is a juvenile court judge! Dear Mrs. Thompson: We were to
nearby, take the matter to him. If , be married next spring, but his broth
not. a lawver will advise you. I er did this month. Do vou think it
proper we should be married in the j
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl i spring? PEGGY, i
of 19 and have been engaged to a Yes. I
ALLEN THIRD SPEAKER.
FRANK G. ALLEN OF MOLINE
has been selected to hold up the
! Roosevelt end of the argument before
the Trinity Men s club, which has Its
first meeting of Jhe fall at the parish
house this evening. After supper,
served at 6:40, the presidential race
will be discussed by speakers, one
from each of The leading parties. S.
R. Kenworthy will tell why he is for
Wilson, J. K. Scott will uphold the
cause of Mr. Taft. and Mr. Allen will
defend the colonel's position.
BETA DELTA SORORITY.
THE BETA DELTA SORORITY
met last evening with Nathalie
Holmes. 1010 Thirty-eighth street. Af- j
ter the business meeting a light lunch- j
eon was served and the remainder of j
the evening was spent In having a I
good time. The next meeting will be j
at Hazel Lundahl's home, 937 Forty-j
third street. Two mew members will i
be Initiated at the next meeting.
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MUW II IL .
MV 1 V All I 7 SS 1 I .
THE TKIC1TY HIIA.M 11 OK
has had 20 years' experience, being
COLONIAL 500 CLUB.
MRS. D. HOTCHKISS LAST EVEN
Ing entertained the Colonial 500 ciub
at the home of Mrs. Swain Pearson,
1114, Twenty-first stre"et. Mrs.
Adams of Rock Island made first
score; Mrs. Hasler of Davenport, Bee-1
and. and Mrs. Burt of Rock Island. '
third. Light refreshments were serv
ed. HERE AND THERE CIRCLE.
MISS MAY WOODROW AND MISS
Winnie Buck will be hostesses to the
Here and There cir.'e of King's
TUB iu.ilified to i ma true both chi:dren and ' Da-.iehters, of Moline, at the regular
meeting to be held tomorrow evening
! at Miss VoocroVs"homo, 2307 Sixth
i);ivei:pi 1 1 iive i he aiKies-s cf tin
afternoon m the sutjt ct of "Yeca
tional Training." The rexignat 1 i of)
the pi siO-rit. Mrn. 11. A. Weld, of.
Rock I xlaml. s iii pted and Mrs. i
K. N. Coleman of Davenport was;
defied to the p-esiilii.e . A commit-!
COURT TO INSTALL.
COl IiT OF HONOR, NO. 31 WILL
n om of the Rock Island club. have int-tallation of officers at its
patronesses are Mrsdamr-s C. L. ', quarters in Math's hall Thursday even-
.' sfoeiatien of Collegiate Aluninae . adults in t ie latest fancy dances,
hrla it opetiitig nut. ic.R (it lh eea-. Those wishing n join the classes
son Saturday afteni'ion at St. Kather-' must notify one vl the patronesses be-'av
;ne's s' lieol, I 'a ei.nit t. Mi:-s HeMiet- ; fere next Saturday, whn the matter
'a Catt 1'. of the school fa"ulty lieing j til be definitely decided. The ctess-j
the ho:-tes. Mr. Harry Downer of ' rs probably will be conducted in the
Walker. J. W. letter, T. A. Murplif, i inc- Thp ceremonies will be semi-pub-F.
W. JJahnseo, and I. S. White. ! lic in nature, members and their
friends being entertained.
DISBURSEMENTS HEAVY. j
THAT THE HELPERS' CIRCLE OFi CLUB DANCE.
tie to courier plan!- for helping on the King's Daughters has done a most' THE GENDI ('LIT. WILL GIVE A
tt lenient work an appointed. The j important work in charity during the -dance at the Elks hall Thursday even
following are the members of the com- : l;:st year was mad'p evident at the an- 'nP. 0-t. 10. The committee in
rrittec: MIk R-jtiia Vo;t. chairman, ni'al meeting of the organization held charge is composed of J. Linehan. A.
Vlss Mab'-lle I'a.Mie of Kx k Island at the Ikiiw nf Mrs. C. L. Walker, W. Bfl'e, C. Toher, W. J. Mahoney,
and Miss Lm y Ainswortli of Moline.
After the business Uie lil:S F.-tresll-meins
DANCING CLASSES PROPOSED.
NKCd'II ATKlNS A UK I'MiKK
way I'-okiug to the engagement here
of ProfesKor William Fflrrell of Gnies
burg. 111., and Weuuetotising. Mich.,
i Twentieth street, Saturday nfternoon. j and John Martiielle.
Reports of officers showed that $7l'.'l.irl !
i has been expended for general ehar-j
'ity and j;r.4.73 in the fight azalnst ;
tuberculosis, which the organization
is waging. The sum of J467.7.") was;
gien for the maintenance of the as-;
s'ttant visiting nurse. $100 to the new,
jV M. C. A: $23 to the Associated!
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the only successful method of burning this almost waste fuel
without generating dirty smoke and soot.
Each heater is equipped with a special screw draft and an ex
tra hot blast regulator. Special poker door which closes
automatically. Fresh coal can be added or the fire thorough
ly stirred without any dust or smoke escaping into the room.
We will positively guarantee each and every
Twentieth Century Heater to give best results
of any heater made and the hundreds that have
been sold and stayed sold are proof of their
The price is low considering what you get. If you need a
new heater this fall do not fail to at least see this wonderful
ly simple and simply wonderful heater.
quarterly missionary tea Friday everi-
ing at the home of Mrs. Alary DoolmJv
2402, Seventh avenue.
OPTION TO CARRY
State Superintendent of Illinois
TO TRi-CITY ministers:
to conduct dancing (lasses duri-ig the . Charities; $23 to Lethany home; $25
winter. The professor h;.s studied un- to 'he Weft Knd settlement. $3.r..41 for
Jer the leaili-ig dancing mi!S:ers and ' Christmas baskets. $11 10 to the coun-
WITH MRS. GEORGE JACKSON.
THE FKRYICK CTRCLK OF THE
King's Daughters of Moline will me t '
tomorrow afternoon at the home ofj
Mrs. George Jackson, fi'2 Forty-fourd
street. Hock Island.
v MISSIONARY TEA.
THE C. W. H. M. OF THE MEM
t.rial Christian church will hold its
C-Jarterly Meeting Held, Members anc'
Ladies Being Guc3ts of Rev.
and Mrs. Marquis. j
Leroy jCoffman, Moline, and Rev
Vance, Rock Island.
CilVK VOTE OK TIIA'VKS.
The supper, served in the lecture
room of the church, was a real feast.
Rev. and Mrs. Marquis were given a
rising vote of thanks hy the guest3.
' Follow ing the spread there were post-
prandial addresses, Mr. Haney acting
as toastmaster. Rev. W. O. Chisholm
I of Davenport, spoke on "Home Mis
! sion Work," touching upon home mis
: sion week to bo observed in the tri-
city churchVs Nov. 17-24. F. S. Mi
chel ot Chicago, secretary of the na
tional laymen's movement, followed
Mr. Chisholm, explaining the meeting
to be held here No. 17-18. Rev. Ma
rion Humphreys of this city was the
last speaker, telling of the work of the
bible teachers' training school in New
ork city, which he attended during
his summer vacation.
J. L-l A MMIIll MCCTIIlfi flC
niuiunL hill i uiu vri
ROCK ISLAND CLUB
W. II. Collins, an entertainer from
Chicago, will furnish amusement for
Rock Islande club members this even
ing at the annual membership meet
ing of the organization. The adop
tion of new by-laws, and other busi
ness will come up. Collins has a
monologue which is said' to be a.
At the conclusion of the entertain
ment a luncheon will be served, free
of c harge.
Among the matters slated for dis
cussion i the opening of tins club
LITY is just another name for "The Best." And
"the best" is always the cheapest in the lone run.
It takes a thinking woman to appreciate this long run.
Think over your shopping experiences. Haven't the
things that were best in quality given you the best wear,
the most lasting satisfaction? Buying things "too
cheap" is worse than buying them "too dear," for a "too
cheap" thing is never any good while the "too dear"
thing will repay you a dozen times in satisfaction and
We don't claim to give you the "cheapest" things
but we do claim to give the best value your money can
buy. We keep a superior line of dependable merchan
dise and we give you superior, intelligent service. Our
things are lasting values.
JLL; COiO P E RAI lYESTCLRE CO. J. Ji .
Fifty members of the Tri City Fed
eration of Ministerial Alliances and
their wives were in attendance at the
quarterly meeting at the Broadway
church in this city last evening. They
were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. W
S. Marquis, and were most pleasantly
entertained. At 3 o'clock the pro-j
gram was opened. At 6 supper was.'
; served, and afterward there were fur-4
i t her addresses.
j The fit st speaker was F. S. McEride, i
; sta'e superintendent of the Illinois
.Anti-Saloon league. He discussed the-i
legislative situation in the state fromj
; the standpoint of the league, and his,
remarks were followed by the presen-v
tatio: of views of most of the other';
I gentlemen present. Mr. McBride
holds that prospects are favorable for
; Th" enactment cf a county option law
t.y the new legislature. The senate Is
GREAT WESTERN COMPANY
John M. Ekelin, agency director of
the International Life Insurance com
pany, lias reel ived a communication
from J. L. Habler, g neral manag r
of agents, to the efteet that tile Inter
national has taken over the Great
Western Lif Insurance company of
Kansas City, Mo., which will mean
$:!5,O0n.iirMi of insurance in force and
an annual income of $l,0'Ki,onO. There
will be the addition Of the Grout West
ern's large agency force to that of
the International and a great reduc
tion in the expense ratio of doing business.
gymnasium, which is to be fitted up
with necessary equipment. A claaa
under the direction of Charles Roan
tree, will be started Oct. 14, and It la
expected that there will be a large
It la In time of sudden mishap or ac
cident that Chamberlain's Liniment
can be relied upon to take the place
of the family doctor, who cannot al
ways be found at the moment. Then
it is that Chamberlain's Liniment is
never found wanting. In cases of
sprains, cuts, wounds and bruise
Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the
ecreness and drives away tbo paiu.
Sold by all druggists. (Advertisement.)
TVT slim e TT fl7
J J. VLSI J J. HI II' IV JLTG
The plain U'lor-niade walking suit
Is much in.vegtie this fall. The- pict
ure shows a tailor-made suit of brown
mixed Irish frieze with very little
trimming, but showing numerous but
tons, the moat striking feature of this
now favorable to such a measure, and Reason's tailored suits,
i there are enough "dry" advocates !
nominated to give a heavy, majority In
the house, If they are elected. It Is
i possible, Mr. McBride stated, to
! elect a house with ?0 members favor
able to county option, but 77 being
' needed to give a majority.
j F.FFIC IKCY IX CHI' Km.
j Rev. R. S. Haney of Moline, spoke
1 next on "Efficiency in Church Work."
During the last summer Mr. Haney
hs made a study of the work of effi
! ciency experts In the Moline shops.
He explained something of the mod-
The action of Poslam in the cure of
'iinv skin disease is immediate It stotts
em systematizing of Industrial acti-, iU 'hlrur allavs suferinir and heals with
... . . . . f Aouot i f ui rao:d. ty Ai;graated cases
ny, advising hie hearers to use jneth- '..of eczema are cured ouicklv. to the sur
prise and tratincation of those unable
ods eouallv advanced to eet the most
J!)!,.t r.f .nrirc M cure results oy other me a n s
-Rer. H. W. Reed,
Where Quality is the Chief Attraction.'
First vice president Rev.
Second vice president: Rev. N".
c I Secretary-Treasurer Rev. W. J.
m ' Sucfcow. DavenDort.
' I It was decided to hold the next
5! i meeting in January, arrangements be
' ' i ing left In the hands of ih program
ji , committee, which is composed of
i'Rev. A. F. Bergstrom, Moline; Rev.
All skin diseases: inelnilin? rn.- fof-
were next elected, as foI-'-. rr. salt rheum. lilies, riasis. sa!p
ixaie. twrDf-r.1- anj everv rorm or Itch.
! i re radiuaed bv pcslam. Over-night
Roek i treatment is often sufficient for minor
tro'iblen. such as MrnpIfM. red anrl in-
i. amen noses, rasne-a. complexion tjlern
i:shf s. etc
POHLAM SOAP. tis"d dailv fnr toilet
nd bath, will keen the skin in health!
c f ndition. and improve its color and!
i-x.ure. u oners the healmn medica
te on 'f Poslam In a ferm particuiarlv
iecefieial for tenner skin and eruption
sl1 and sain troubles
A.J. Riess. N. W. Steiner. H. O.
fioifs and all druggists gel poslam
i price ;,) cents) and Poslam Soap
Clothes signify a great deal In this
Wo are too often Judged by our
clothes. Therefore, ft behooves us to
buy the right kind.
It's an easy mat er for you to walk
do'vn the street and see a garment In
a shop window that fascinates you.
The vital question, however, Is the
styl right and do you get value re
ceived? That question can be answered at
Newman's, where you always get the
right clothes and our guarantee In
sures the alue. '
SI1TS. Without question of doubt,
our suits at 1.1.t, -'., $25.00,
$30.00 are the best ever bhown in Dav
enport. They are making new friends
O her suits $.15.00 to $70.00.
(OATS. Now is the timi to buy them. Cold weather Is
bound to Le upon us soon.
Assortment and variety Immense. $10.00, $15.00, $20.00, $25.00
Some exceptional coats $35.00 to $75.00.
DUUSSI'S, Cnique stylo, cl'-ver In debign, are the assortment
at $10.00, $15.00, $17.50 and $20.00.
Handfc-cme and individual styles, $25.00 to $17.50.
WAISTS. New arrivals are charmeuse,
waif-ts. New York's latest creations. $5.00,
Every article wears cur Vew Iiwr Regular
satin and brocade
$7.50, $i;.0 and
(Srice 25 rents. For free samples,
write to the Emereencv laboratories.
.'&:' WfEt Tyentv -fifth street. New York