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THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, NOV-EMUER SO, 1912.
Dear Mri. Thompson I am a boy of
14. Am I too young to walk borne
from achool with girls? (2) Would it
be wrong for me to tike a girl school
mate to a show or party?
(1) No km long as you don't try to
be mushy. Every boy ought to have
Dice girl friends, but he should wait
until he is a man before he tries to
make love or "keep company." (2)
No, If It Is In the daytime.
Dear Mrs. Thompson Kindly aa
rlse me what I can trim a little
white serge coat with, to match a
nary blue silk bonnet, for a little
girl five years old. SUBSCRIBER.
Plaid Is much used for trimming,
this season. You might get a plaid.
In cloth or silk, containing a blue
to match the bonnet. Leaving the
coat all white would be very pretty,
using a wide silk white braid to trim
Dear Mrs. Thompson (1) Can you
tell me how to make the hair wavy
or curly I admire curly hair very
much and mine is so straight (2)
Is It proper -for a girl to call a young
man over the 'phone or Invite him
to see her, when she thinks he Is ei
ther slow or bashful
(1) Nothing will make straight
hair permanently curly.
(2) A good many girls are apt to
think a man Is slow or bashful when
In reality he doesn't care to get
better acquainted with them. If a
man doesn't avail himself of a casual
Invitation to call, let him go he
doesn't want to.
Dear Mrs. Thompson Does cucum
ber cream or cold orearn promote the
growth of superfluous hair? Are
these ckln foods good for the skin?
I have always been afraid to use
creams or anything other than a
ANNOUNCEMENT 13 MADE OF
the marriage of Joseph Parnell Nor
moyl, of Chicago, son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. B. Normoyle, 1006 First ave
nue this city and Miss Edith Frances
Riley, daughter of William Riley of
Hammond, Ind., which took place
Tuesday at the home of the bride's
father. Mr. Normoyle was for many
years connected with The Argus as
carrier boy and later In other capac
ities. He attended the Hyde Park
high achool and following his gradua
tion took a position with the Standard
OH company In Chicago with which J
company he has been ever since ris
ing to a position of trust with the cor
poration. Owing to the sudden death
of the bride's mother the wedding
was a very Quiet affair and only a few
friends were the guest. Mr. and
Mrs. Normoyle will be at home after
Jan. 1, at 29 Warren street Hammoud.
DE FORD-BLACK MAN.
A WEDDING THAT WAS A Sftl-
prlie to the many friends of the cou
pi In the trl-cltles was solemnized
Thursday afternoon and united
Charles M. DeFord of Mollne and Mrs.
Ida E. Blackman of 2404 Rockingham
road. Davenport. The ceremony took
place at the parsonage of the " Berea : l' U,w ZelB. Rte and
Congregational church. Rev. B. H.L"llan i.08' 'nJ, fojJr b rd w.ere
Mr. DeFord and his bride-to-be left
tbe home of the latter late In the aft
ernoon and were united in matrimony
at 4 o'clock. They returned shortly
afterward and none of the friends of
titter suipected the happy event.
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with its largest and
best stock of : : :
Drugs, Patent Medicines and Sundries
good face powder. BONNIE.
A pure cold cream will not cause
hair to grow or Injure the skin. In
fact. I think the face needs a daily
bath of cold cream fully as much
as a bath of soap and water. Also,
powder will be less Injurious and
look better. If first a very little cold
cream It gently rubbed Into the skin.
Dear Mrs. Thomson: I have gone
with a fellow four or five times,
who says he loves me when I am
alone with him, but when we are in
the presence cf my friend and her
beau he continually talks to her and
pays no attention to me. What does
he mean? He told me he doesn't
care for her, and I really don't think
he does. SHORTIE.
It means that he's having a good
time with two girls, my dear.
Dear Mrs. Thompson 1 am having
lots of trouble and do not know
what to do. I am a young man of
25 and going with a young lady about
20. She lives in the country and I
really love her, but mother thinks
she does not qul'e come up to out
standard. There Is another young
girl here In town I can go with. She
Is about 15 years old. Do you think
It right to keep company with the
first girl or wait a few years for the
You are old enough to know the
kind of girl you want to marry, and
unless you have good reason to
think your mother is right, you
should make your selection without,
deferring to her opinion.
The othT girl is entirely too
young. You want a woman for a
wife not a "kid."
They have prepared a tour of western
Iowa and other points of interest as
a honeymoon trip, and they will leave I
tonight for Grlnnell. Mrs. DeFord.!
who was formerly Mies Ida Coleman,
Is the daughter of the late Captain
- Andrew Coleman of Rock Island. She
has resided In Davenport Rock Island
and Mollne and is well known In all
three cities. Mr. DeFord Is a carpen
ter of Moline. After the honeymoon
the coupln will make their home at
2404 Rockingham road for the present.
CLASS GIVES PLAY.
THE MEMBERS OF MRS. W. G.
Oglevee's Sunday school clasH of South
Park Presbyterian church gave an in
teresting entertainment at the church
last night. The program was enjoyed
by an audience that fllW the church
and was opened with a charade, "Lives
of great tn"n all remind us we can
make our lives sublime," participated
In by Viola Kellogg, Evelyn Mills,
Grace Mills, Elizabeth Nlemeyer and
Etta Winter. The audleuc was asked
to guess the charade. Miss Elizabeth
. i Cbei.ey pleased with two violin eolos.
au'i-tben a plalot, "The Nine Pin
Club," was given by Hazel Spauldlng,
Ruth Williams. Lillian Eihl, Florence
Eihl. Henrietta Dade. Hazel, Kerr,
Elizabeth 0,-levee, Pearl Ixiueks, Rob-
represented by Mamie Hetiricks, Mar
Joris Miller, Kenneth Johnson and
Frederick Williams. There was no ad
mission charge, but an offering was
tak n and the girls sold candies and
popcorn taVa and cleared $S, which
will be donated towards the church
BOYS HAVE OUTING IN WOODS.
THE MEMBERS OF THE DRUM
corps from the West End Settlement
and the Seventh street Moline Sunday
school, were given an outing by J. IL
Hauberg yesterday. The boys started
at noon and Inspected the Indian
mounds along Rock river and visited
other places of , Interest They took
with them materials for preparing
tbelr dinner and spent a merry after
A PLEASANT SURPRISE PARTY
was given Miss Elsie Hill at her borne
629 Thirty-fifth street last evening by
tri-city young people. There were
games of various kinds and musical
selections were given by Miss Caro
line Price and Miss Marie Gallenie of
DaTenport, and a quartet In the guess
ing contests the prises were won by
Mies Caroline Price and George Ness
ley first, and Miss Ida Ludwig and
George Nessley booby. A four-course
lunch was served late in the evening.
HOUSE COMMITTEE MEETS.
THE HOUSE COMMITTEE OF
Bethany home met with Mrs. W. J.
Sweeney, 816 Twentieth street yester
day afternoon with 18 members pres
ent The committee received reports
from the annual bazar conducted last
week and It was announced that
$183.73 was cleared from the sale.
The house committee sent & 30-pound
turkey to Bethany home for the chil
dren's Thanksgiving. Following the
business session the hostess served
light refreshments and the ladies ad
journed to meet with Mrs. McGlynn
In Mollne in January.
AT THE HOME OF MR, AND MRS.
W. T. Johnston. 732 Fifteenth street
last evening, a company of friends was
entertained to assist In the celebration
of the first wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perching. The
evening was whlled away with music
and games, and a luncheon was serv
The annual sale and chicken pie
supper of Trinity guild of Trinity
Episcopal church will be held at the
parish house Dec. 4, afternoon and
evening. Supper will be served from
5:30 till 8 o'clock.
The armual bazar and supper of the
Ladles Aid society of Broadway Pres.
byterian church will be held at the
church Dec. 6. The plan of the lad
les carries several unusual features In
cluded in which will be represented
the seven ages of woman at seven
different booths, at each of which will
be articles appropriate for that time of
life. Supper will be served from 6
to 8 o'clock and a free organ recital
will be given from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock.
The Cubs have lBsued cards for an
informal football dance to be given In
honor of the Rock Island men of the
high school at the New Harper Mon
day evening Dec. 2. The Criterion or
chestra will give the musical program
The committee In charge Is composed
of Ben A. Hartz, -Arthur Bleuer and
The dancing party to have been giv
en by the ladles' auxiliary to the
Eagles Wednesday night at Elks' hall
was postponed, and will be held Wed
nesday evening, Dec. 4, at the Elks'
hall. Tickets Issued for the party will
he recognized at the Wednesday even
MRS. FRED MEYERS.
Mrs. Fred Meyers, for many years
a resident of Rock Island county,
passed away last evening at midnight
at her home two and one-half miles
southwest of Milan, after a lingering
Illness of complications. She was
born May 24, 1857, In Germany. She
was well known in Rock Island and
Milan and her many friends will be
grieved to learn of her death.
She Is survived by her hjsband
two daughters, Mrs. John Law son of
South Rock Island and Mrs. Charles
Barnett of Sears, four brothers, Christ
and Joh? Buck of Durant, Iowa,
Earnest Buck of Avon, 111., and Wil
liam Bunk of St. Louis, three sisters,
Mrs. Dora Falkner of Davenport, Mrs.
Marie Krahl of Rock Island, and Mrs.
Prederlcka Dorman near Andalusia,
and four grand children.
She was a member of the Low Ger
man Sister society and Oakleaf camp,
R. N. A. Funeral services will be
held from the home of the daughter,
Mrs. john Lawson, Twelfth and Brash
er streets, Monday morning at 10
o'clock. Rev. F. J. Rolf will officiate.
Interment will be made in Chlpplan
MR. ESTHER STRONG.
Mrs. Esther Strong passed away
this morning at 8:50 o'clock at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. W. O.
Smith, in South Rock Island, after
a lingering Illness or a year and a
half of complications. Mrs. Strong
was born In 1834, in New York state,
and came to South Rock Island three
years ago from Chicago.
She Is survived by one diffgTiter,
Mrs. W. O. Smith, at whose home she
died, and six grandchildren. Funeral
services will be held tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock at the home, Rev.
Marlon Humphreys officiating. Inter
ment will be made In Chipplannock
GEORGE O. MeGEE.
George O. McGee, 728 Twenty
fourth street died yesterday noon at
Watertown hospital where he had
been for the past year. Paresis was
the cause of death. The deceased was
the son of the late George McGee and
waa born In St Louis. He waa 47 years
of age and had spent the greater part of
his life In Rock Island. He had been
employed at the Rock Island road
freight depot for 14 years up until
one year ago when he waa taken to
His widow, Mrs. Minnie McGee sur
vives. Funeral services will be held
Monday afternoon at S o'clock at the
Knox chapeL Rev. P. H. Wllhelm will
officiate. Interment will be made In
the German Lutheran cemetery.
Fire Breaks Out In Rushes.
Fire broke out in the bull rushes
in tbe west end of town this afternoon
at 1:15 o'clock from an unknown
cause, which burned fiercely for sev
eral hours. The Centrals were called
to the scene and watched the fire bo
that It did not get beyond controL It
decided to let the rushes burn off
this time so that no more trouble
would be experienced with fires in that
BAR OF CIRGU1TIN
TRIBUTE TO JURIST
Attorneys of Four Counties
Have Memorial to the
Late W. H. Gest.
RESOLUTIONS ARE READ
Speeches Delivered by Justice G. A.
Cooke and Other Distin
Members of the Rock Island, Mer
cer, Henry and Whiteside county bar
associations comprising the 14th judi
cial circuit met at the circuit court
room In the Rock Island county
court house this afternoon to pay tri
bute to the memory of the late Judge
W. H. Gest of the circuit bench.
About half a hundred were present
B. D. Connelly, president of the bar
association ojlled the meeting to or
der and then asked for the report of
the special committee which was nam-1
ed to draw up resolutions. C. B.
Marshall, chairman of the committee
arose and asked that court be con
vened In order that the day's pro
ceedings be a matter of court record
and accordingly Judge F. D. Ramsay
of Morrison, convened the court. Col
onel C. L. Walker, member of the com
mittee on resolutions then read the re
port of his committee which includ
ed in addition to the following, a very
complete biography of the late judge's
The memorial sets forth that "the
committee to which the solemn duty
of drafting a memorial to our departed
friend and brother. Judge W. H. Gest
approached Its preparation with sad
ness, yet withal, with 6ome gratifica
tion In sadness, because of the very
great misfortune that has comexto us,
the members of the bar, In the loss ot
Judge Gest, a constant friend, loyal as
sociate and consciencious and able jur
ist And in gratification, because of
the fullness of his life, and its replete-
ness in Instances of effective, gener
ous and loyal services to the public,
the bar, and to us as Individuals. In
deed his life was so full of valuable
and effective effort, that our difficulty
has not been In finding something to
say; but Instead to determine what we
are compelled to omit"
WITH PHOFOIXD SORROW.
The memorial continue, "the bar of
Rock Island county, with profound
sorrow, announces the death of Hon.
William H. Gest formerly one of the
judges of this circuit, at his home in
the city of Rock Island, on the 9th
day'of August, A. D., 1912," and then
follows a sketch of Judge Gesfs.life,
concluding with this resolution:'
Therefore, be it Resolved, That
In the life and character of the
late William H. Gest we recog
nize the grand and noble type of
the Christian gentleman. Born and
bred a gentleman, his every Im
pulse and intuition was that of his
station. Gifted by nature with un
usual power of Intellect and analy-
sis, he, by education, study and re
flection, cultivated and strength
ened those to a high degree, yet
withal, was one of the most mod
est and retiring of men. His in
tegrity was unquestioned; and his
fearlessness in the administration
of justice, without reference to the
power, wealth or station of litl
gan's before him, having consid
eration only, for a righteous and
humane judgment, made him uni
versally recognized and esteemed
by the bench, bar and people, as
a worthy type of jurist. Judge and
roan. Of most kindly disposition,
patient and courteous to a degree,
pure and true In private life and
family relations, he was revered
and loved by family, friends and
the community alike. He was a
close and accurate observer of
character, and althfu-gh his posi
tion and long experience upon the
bench showed him that the weak
nesses and frailties of human na
ture were'constantly before him,
yet he was unstained thereby, and
throughout life remained In all re
lations devout, honest and straight
forward. We are Indeed grateful
for the opportunity we have had
of associa'lon with such a man.
Ben Telephone Trust Asked
Large Increase From
The Bell Telephone trust asked
Rock Island voters a few months ago
to rote it a franchise giving 100 per
cent greater Increase in telephone.
rates than the Automatic Telephone
company is asking. The rates the
Automatic Telephone company is ask
ing in its franchise will save the cltl-
cens of Rock Island 50,000.00 a year
and besides the Automatic Telephone
Iservlce Is Infinitely better. If Rock
Island can keep this saving of $50,000
a year at home Instead of sending it
down east to the Telephone trust, the
city will be much better off. The
Automatic Telephone company will
spend $200,000.00 In Rock Island in
wages in building its plant, which will
be a benefit not only to the working
man but to the merchants and profes
sional men. The cities of Davenport,
and Moline hare granted the Automat
ic Telephone company a franchise by
the largest vote ever given a pnbllo
enterprise In the tri-clties. (Adver-
FOR THE SANTA CLAUS
Cut Out and Mail to The Argus
I will agree to buy Christmas gifts for poor
children. I desire that the names of the poor children to
gether with their ages and addresses be furnished me
through The Argus Santa Claiis Fund Committee.
In the contemplation of his char
aster we are ennobled, and we
know and feel that we are better
and higher because he lived among
And now, that the Great Master,
in His infinite wisdom, has seen
fit to take him again to Himself,
leaving to us only the loving mem
ory and ennobling example of his
life, character and work to assuage
our sadness, naught is left to us,
but to use these Inadequate words
to express our appreciation of him,
and sorrow because he has gone
Be it also Resolved, That the
portrait of Judge Gest, furnished
by this bar association of this
county, and bo presented to the
court herewith, be hung upon the
walls of this court room as per
petual reminder and example to
the lawyers practicing at the bar"
of this court, of the sterling char
acter and qualities of Judge Gest,
as a valuable citizen, great lawyer
and a just and Impartial judge.
Be it further Resolved, That the
foregoing memorial and resolution
be presented to the oircult court
of Rock Island county, with the re
quest that the same be spread upon
'he records of this court, and that
copies thereof be presen'ed to the
appellate court of the Third dis
trict of this state, with like re
quest, and that a copy thereof bo
transmitted to the family.
Speeches in behalf of the bar asso
ciations of the four counties were
made as follows: Judge George A.
Cooke for I. N. Bassett, Mercer coun
ty; Hon. J. H. Andrews, Henry coun
ty; Hon. H. C. Ward, Whiteside coun-
ty and Hon. William Jackson, - Hock
Amone those from out of the conntv
who were present at the memorial
ceremonies were the following:
Supreme Court Judge George
A. Cooke, Aledo; Hon. J. K. Blish and
Hon. J. H. Andrews, Kewanee; Hon.!
Chester M. Turner, Cambridge; H. E.
Brown, Geneseo; Hon. H. C. Ward.
Sterling. and Judge F. D. Ramsay, S.
M. McCalmont, Walter W. Warner,
and Robert M. Ramsay, Morrison.
TO MEET TUESDAY
TO COMPLETE 0.T00.
The committee authorized at the
meeting of tht tri-city business men
which was held at the Davenport Com
mercial club Tuesday night to effect
p. permanent organization of the Trl-
City Ocean to Ocean Highway associ
ation, met this noon at tbe Rock Is
land club and decided to hold a meet
ing next Tuesday evening at the Rock
Island club to permanently organize.
A large attendance of triclty business
men is expected.
A daughter was bom to Mr. and
Mrs. F. O. Martelle, 602 Twenty-fourth
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilson of Racine,
Wis, are visiting Mrs. E. A. Wilson
of 1000 Thirty-eighth street
Harold and GltTord Sievers of Mar
shall town arrived in the city this aft
ernoon to via It over Sunday with rela
Mrs. Helena B. Martelle of Burling
ton. Iowa, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs Fred
O. Martelle at their home, 602 Twenty-fourth
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Rat'erfieid, for
merly of Elgin, EL. arrived in the city
this morning to make their future
Major and Mrs. H. C Connelly re-
I turned to Pasadena, CaL, last evening
last minute. A
good selection of de
signs. Odds and Ends at
L. L WEST GUM COMPANY
1510-12 Second Ave Pfionc W. 205
to spend the "winter, after having vis
ited here for the past twp months
witn air. ana Mrs. li. D. Connelly.
Mrs. Anna Dahlen, accompanied by
her daughter, Miss Elvira, left this
morning for Chicago. From there, af-
Lter a short stay, they will leave for
New l ork, where Dan Dahlen,
Mrs. Dahlen's son, will join them and
the party of three will sail Dec. 5 for
Hackas, Sweden, their ( home. Mrs.
Dahlen has been visiting this country
with her children for the past three
WAGNER PAYS BIG
FINE IN RAID CASE
Is Ordered to Quit Illegitimate
' Business and Leave
After pleading guilty to three
cbarges against him, and paying fines
aggregating $93.80, Thomas O. Wag
ner, accused by the authorities of rent
ing houses to disorderly women and
believed to have been implicated id
a white slavery plot, this morning
said to Commissioner Hart: "I'm
tl rough.'" He was fined $25 and costs
on each of three cases, one city
ciiarge of disorderly conduct, and two
state charges of renting premises for
houses of 111 fame. The premises In
question are located at 2204 Third ave
nue, in the Baker building, and 213
That the authorities will continue
to gather evidence In the white slavery
I cafe and will also investigate the cases
cf Mrs- Raker and Mrs. Shay, who are
&lso accused of renting houses for
j disorderly purposes, was indicated by
Commissioner Hart, who laid down the
I v Wagner prior to his release.
,s vex warning.
"When your place was 'pulled' some
time ago, we expected you to go out
;or business, said Hart, 'and we.be-
lk'ved that you understood that we
meant business, when we told you to
quit, tut instead of that you have
branched out. We have evidence from
the Wilson woman and others which
we. believe will Incriminate three of
you under the Mann act, and this will
be presented to the court, whether
you are In town or not. We are also
going to get after Mrs. Baker and Mrs.
"But what will I do with all my fur
nHure?" queried Wagner.
"That is up to you," was the reply.
"I guess that you will not go broke
after renting a house for $12 a month
and then sub-renting it to dissolute
women for $100 a month. If you are
caught around the Twenty-second
street district tonight or at any other
time, you will be brought In here
again. We mean business. We bave
witnesses and will pup.h this matter.
Yo uand the women must leave town."
MOLINE LIKELY TO
FACE MILK FAMINE
Farmers in the district outlying Mo
liiie, who supply the Mollne dairymen
with milk threaten to boycott tbat
city and refuse to deliver any more
lacteal fluid after next Wednesday, as !
a result of tbe activities of inspectors'
who have declared many places un-j
sanitary. A mais meeting has been
railed for tonight in Moline, at which
time formal action will be taken.
Mollne Strike Ends.
After a 10-day strike, employes of
the Republic Iron and Steel company
today decided to return to work Mon
day morning. An international ofTlcer
wn in Moline today, and at a confer
ence of the men and company officials, i
an agreement was reached.
up to the
CLEARS THE DOCK
State's Attorney L. M. MagiU
Nolle Prosses Many Cases
in County Court.
Intending to leave the decks clear
ed in the county court this morning
State's Attorney L. M. MagUL appear
ing in the county court this morning
and nolle prossed a number of cases
which have been considered mere
"deadwood" on the docket and which
would have proved a source of worry
to F. E. Thompson when the latter
takes office as he would have had to
learn the history of each case before
making any disposition of it. Any of
the cases nolle prossed can be revived
If it is seen fit. Among the cases nolle
prossed were those certified to the
ccunty court after indictments had
been drawn by the recent special
grand jury which has been held Ille
gal. Some of the cases were five years
old and the charges ranged from dis
orderly conduct to far more serious
crimes. Excepting a dozen or so
old ones, the cases nolle prossed this
morning were against the following
named persons: Fred B. McCullom, E.
E. Reynolds, Frank McKaufsky, Rose
Taylor, Charles Browp, Fred Welcher,
J. II. College, Thll Fraker, John Lan
nen, Harvey Merrltt, M. W. BUlburg,
Roy Sowash, Camiel Mortler, Morris
Brogam, John Kinney, Rufus Bassett,
Ova Carmack, John Garnett, John
West, Emll Sporrey, Jack Calson, W.
T. Hartnady, Fred Sebrlng, Louis
Mfeiimann, Besslo Wilson, Patrick Mc
Anna, Harry M. Schriver, Fred Gruby
et al, Ruth Hall, Agnes Kelly, M. and
J. J. Taxman, Anna Hartman, John
Blake, Alice Hayes, Walter Yerbary,
Linnlnger and Meyer.
Harry Roberts, for whom a warrant
was issued charging him' with attempt-
! o,...i t
court this morning, where the charge
against bim was dismissed upon mo
tion of State's Attorney L. M. Maglll.
Fred Blake and Thomas Allison, the
two men who were suspected of varl-
I i-us postofftce robberies, and who were
arrested while attempting to sell
books of pontage stamps in thin city,
were released this morning and Order
ed to leave town, as there was no
evidence against them.
James Condon, who stole two wrap
pers from W. A. Meyers several days
SCO. and inaugurated j new style by
cutting tbe bottom oft one of the gar
ments and converting It into a. shirt
for himself, this morning pleaded guil
ty to a larceny charge and was bound
over to the grand Jury under $500
Charles Reed, charged with robbery,
was taken into police court this morn-
irg and ordered to leave town, on tne
j underBtandlns; tbat If be returned, the
warrant would be enforced.
Charles Nelson, tbe overcoat thief,
this morning pleaded guilty to a lar
ceny charge, and was bound over to
tbe grand Jury under $500 bonds.
Atwntion, R. N. of A, Oakleaf Camp
Members are requested to meet to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Fred Meyer
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.
R. I .aw son, Brashar street. South Rock
Island, Monday at 10 a. m. Signed,
MRS. CARRIE JUDD, Oracle.
Mrs. Jennie Btapley, Recorder.
Chicken Lunch Tonight.
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