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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1912,
Dcs r Mrs. T'.iTr.poa: (1) I am a
?irl of 10 a..d have lately become ac
c.i'a'r.tcd with a m?i five years my
i.r-a'o:-. Wo tre of different nationali
ties s:i. i rei;4:OL. Should this make
tip oirtc : en.e to o happ marriage?
(2 lie has i-.en trie to several
Tilr: r.f amil-'n'Tl driving. ciaDC-I
in'ur ri we-k dtvs en1 BPt-tns to ' height. Tall women are fashionable
bo hirer:.'.,? in i.s attentions to me now. ' (2) Send notes to the effect
at ail t'. -.t- !s he in love with tne? that. the wedding ceremony Has Deen
t ?..-. He h-vasi-cd me saveral times Indefinitely, postponed. (3) The
en Srr1- v, to go driving or walking' 'eacher, something like the minister,
wfh him." but I have refused. Ought (,'B most of the calling. (4) Yes.
I tr go when he asks me? (4 1 Re-:
(-t;, ho t,k.d what mv feelings! Dear Mrs. .Thompson: (1) I am a
vr-e rcwrd him. I toid him 1 1 girl of 18 and have been keeping coni
tV.rvrht th v were In favor cf him. pany with a gentleman of 21. A few
Wz: i foo irh to (y this? As I told J weeks ago he met my cousin. He was
li ;m :r.:s. wouiu u t" wroa? ior me uji
ti:rr l'rri ciov.n r.'iw? O- refuse to go
d" with h.'-.n M:yt time he calls me
41) You are a bit slender for you'
BOND JUMPER IS
TAKEN TO CHICAGO
Faul Jones, Indicted for As
sault, Again in Custody.
Tomorrow then Christmas. Open tonight till 9:30,
close tomorrow at 6 o'clock. Not open Christmas.
(TiHe cTtiin rem-rks that I act as
thfi'.Th I dent rare ffr h's company,
ihorgii I always mrke believe 1 do.
Iio ! h;(ivr mv own mind? (6 Please
fclvo me a remedy for shiny skin.
( 1 )- -'.vjch a mnrriaeo 1s seldom hap
py. f2 Ho -nisst like you prett
v.-o'.l or he would not vi:nt so much of
your company (3 Not unleBS yn
wln'a to go. Hi You have the privi
! sc "it riiar.glrq rotir mind and yon
iiro net enagrd to him. T.) 1 really
drn't think yon lore h'.m. my dear
girl, or you would be more certain
c f vo t own foe'"nM. '6) Pat It with
t 'iil!e pi;ro clcubol two or thro
t'.mof a day.
i supposed to have accompanied me to
a theatre one Tuesday evening, but,
having mcde a date with her, he did
net show up. He promised me faith
fully on Tuesday afternoon he would
be there and I was very disappointed
when he did net come for me. What
do you thini of him? On this account
I dropped him. Did I do right?
iZ) is it proper to exchange nnjs
before your engagement and If not
why net? (3) How late should a
girl stay out with a gentleman? (4)
Should she let him kiss her good
night? (C) Is it a good plan for a
fellow to let a girl have her own way
too much? HARRIETTE.
(1) He was very inconsiderate.
You did quite right to drop him after
that 2) No. it gives people a fa.se
impression. (3 Unless they are at
Dot.- Mrs. Tbomo-on: (1) I am 5 i an entertainment or theatre which.
Paul Jones, the negro who attempt-j
ed the murder of George Thomas with i
a razor on July 12, and who subse
quently jumped his bail and fled for j
parts unknown, was apprehended Sat- i
urday In Chicago by the authorities j
there, and has been turned over to ;
Deputy Sheriff George Siemon. His
case was scheduled for the Septersier j
term of court, an . indictment for ',
sault with attempt to commit murder j
being held over his head. The negro !
was released on bonds of $2,500 July ;
18. and had not been seen since. j
It will be recalled that Jones pulled j
a razor and attacked George Thomas !
In a dining car in the Thirty-first !
street yards, being subsequently ar-;
rested and bound over to the grand )
Jcry, which Indicted him. !
IN GAY OLD GOTHAM
opened with re
bonds is a con
venient' way of
making a gift.
rnuiuli. Am I well proportioned" or
am I too tall (2 How can one re
fill weddlnz 'rrttftt'ons? 3 In a
Ft-anto crmmunttv. Is it proper for
th" tencher to ell fl'st on the par
ental 'E) -Are willow nlumes in style
this winter PERPLEXED.
should be home before 10. (4) Not
unless she is engage! to marry him.
(6) Not if she Is always unreason
able. It is only courteous for a girl
to comply with a man's wishes once
in a while, if they do not conflict
with what she knows is right.
MISS HAZEL C. YOUNG, DAUGH
tor of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Young of
Eiherrard, uud John E. Nelson, also
of Sr.errard, were married Wednesday,
Dec. 18 at noon at the Congregational
churrh In Sherrard by Kev. A. K. John
son, pastor of the United Brethren
church. The brido was attended by
Mrs. U. E. Young of Washington, D.
V., tut matron of honor and K. E.
Yiurg, a brother of the bride, was
the groom's best man. Mr. Nelson
is a farmer near Sherrard and the
new home wlil be on his farm. His
brldi was formerly of this city, having
atterderl the Longfel.ow school.
REV. I. O. NOTHSTEIN AT THE
parsonage of Grace Lutheran church,
Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock offi
ciated at tie marriage of Miss Emma
Kvetson. 144 Sixth avenue, Moline,
and Conrtd A. Klpp of 302 Railroad
avenue. Moline. They were unattend
ed. Mr. K'.j'p is pressman at the
l)i's.ultilers Printing company in Mo
line and the new home will be at 144
Sixth avenue, that city.
MKS. CHRISTINE CLAUSSEN AND
John T. Erbst, both cf Davenport,
ver! married Saturday evening at 8
o'clock at the home of Mr. Erbst'g sou.
Km i: Erbst. 1J23 Elghtecath avenue.
The uerenicny was performed by Rev.
P. J F.rlTa of trie German Evangelical
hurcu und the wituettiea were Mrs.
Krat.k C'unuer und Emil Erbst. Mr.
Erbst is a retired farmer and the
home will be in Davenport.
MISS AMANDA BROOKS AND
August Sihornhorst of Davenport were
united in marriage at the parsonage of
the German Evangelical church, Rev.
F. J. Rolf officiating, Saturday after
noon at 2 o'clock. The couple was
unattended. Mr. and Mrs. Schornhorst
are students at the chiropractic school
' ' Ait' . L
Accept New Park.
Th Moline city commission met
this morning and formal'.y accepted
the proffered Deere Memorial park
which was given to the city Saturday
as a Christmas present by Mrs. Mary
L. Deere and Mrs. Catherine Butter
worth, heirs of the late C. H. Deere.
The-eity agreed to the conditions un
der which the park is donated.
ONLY i iOKE
Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish.
New York. No more late hours for
debutantes and young men. No more
wild dissipation. No more dancing cf
j the "turkey trot.'' The tide has turned
I in New iork society, and a feeling cf
shame has arisen in the breaBts of
those who can say what's what. From
now on social functions in high so
ciety or a large part of it, mnt-t coins I
to an end at 12 o'clock midnisht, and
the young folks must be "nice."
Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish, social leader,
is one of the big figures in the present
reform movement. "The frivolity,"
says Mrs. Fish, "the utter lack' of re
ligious feeling, the wildness of some
of our fashionable leaders is certainly
leading toward a social revolution. If
something is not done soon I don't
know where we will be. And in par
ticular our country society is becom
ing materialistic and vulgarized."
Mrs. Fish does not like the new
dances. "These wretched, vulgar
dances." she enys. "this turkey trot
business, which I have seen "ast win
ter and summer, are all too disgust
ing for words. It only shows that our
whole country our fine United Statca
is declining in tone. In plain En?
lish. that's what's the matter with
Do not think that because you
are a last minute shopper there
is nothing left.
As fast as assortments have
melted away, fresh supplies
have, been rushed forward from
the reserve stocks.
You will find plenty of Christ
mas things here. It's a splen
did thins to have a great store
like this to depend on.
These last days are bringing
unexpected rushes. Looks as if
all the late shoppers know where
the best rush' service is to be had.
Please keej to the right in the
prowded aisles, and carry small
parcels, if convenient.
Shop on a transfer.
A Merry Christmas!
Gifts for home
Fifteen minutes spent in the
Jewelrv store will solve more
gift problems than double the
time spent almost anywhere else.
To help the belated shopper, we
offer these suggestions:
In Silver Deposit War
Icnion Dishes. 75c to $2.
Vasos." 75c to $.
Cream and Sugars. 95c to $2J0.
Sandwich Trays, $2 to $7.50.
Pitchers. $3 to S.
Glasses, $5 to $15 doz.
In Flat Silver Plated ware such
well known makes as Oneida Com
mu'ilty. 1847 Rogers and Star Rogers.
In Sterling Silver flat ware, all regu
lar and standard pieces at minimum
prices, besides many odd and unique
Tieces such as these:
Asparagus Servers, $6.50 up.
Grape Scissors. $2 up.
Ice Tongs, $6.50 up.
In Hollow ware Both solid and
plated, a most complete assortment.
Ask to see our Dutch Reproduction
boxes in Sheffield silver. First Floor
You can save !4 on a gift i
of beautiful furs
Those who have made up their minds to give
"someone" a handsome gift can scarcely
make a better choice than furs beautiful,
luxurious furs. Few persons are competent to
judge quality in furs, therefore,' it is all the
more reasonable why you should buy your
furs here where you know you are getting
... Former Sale
Description Price Price
Marmot Muff, pillow style $10.00 9 7.50
Marmot Shawl, large size $10.00 $ 7.50
Beautiful Black Fox Muff S 16.50 12.37
Lustrous Black Fox Shawl $12.00 $ 9.00
Stylish serviceable Pony Muff $15.00 $11.25
Black Pony Shawl collar $15.00 $11.25
Handsome Krimmer Muff $20.00 $15.00
Krimmer Shawl, large style $20.00 $15.00
Rich Japanese Mink Mnff $15.00 $11.25
Japanese Mink Scarf $10.00 $ 7.50
Fine quality Civet Muff $25.00 $1S.75
Civet Scarf to match above $25.00 $18.75
Australian Chinchilla Muff $20.00 $15.00
Australian Chinchilla Shawl $25.00 $13.75
7 1 ms
Many give gloves
Phoenix silk hasiery is a gift that is
easy to choose, and one that is sure
to please. P.iomix silk hasiery, you
know, is guaranteed for three month: ;
4 pairs in a box; two qualities, $3
and $4 a box. First Floor
Gloves are probably one of the
most popular gifts at this time
of the year. Here again, it is
quite essential that you buy
where you get reliable qualities.
It costs you no more at Harned
and Von Maur's to get trust
worthy gloves than you will be
compelled to pay some places
for gloves that will soon crack
and split. .
Women's Kid Gloves (short), $1 to
Women's Long Kid gloves, 12 to 20
button lengths. $2.75 to $5.50.
Children's Kid Gloves. $1 to $1.25. :
Women's and Children's Cape Kid
Gloves, $1 and $1.50. First Floor
Give him a trav
Gift seekers with a present of
this sort in mind will have little
trouble in finding a suitable gift
in our large trunk and bag de
partment on the fourth floor.
Here are a few suggestions:
Wardrobe Trunks, 30 to $55.
Dress Trunks. $5 to $20.
Traveling bags, $1.25 to $25.
Suit cases, 95c to $22.50.
Leather Name Tags, 10c to 20c
Hat trunks, $12.50. Fourth Floor
Sparkling cut glass
$1.25 Nappy, special 98c.
Bowls, $1.98 to $180.
98c Nappy, special, 85c.
Punch Bowls, $25.
Compotes, $2.25 to $16.
Cologne bottles, 85c to $5.0S.
Flower Baskets, $3.85 to $7.
. Sugars and Creamers, $2.98 to $ 1 2-50 .
Trays, $1.98 to $S.25. Fifth Floor
Several lots of toys at greatly reduced prices
Sl.SS Stockinette Dolls, $1.50.
$3.25 Kid Body Dolls, $1.75.
One lot dressed dolls, off.
Toy Autos, M Price.
One lot Horses and Wagons, H off.
Doll Buggies, 20 off. Sixth Floor.
You Ever Met This Fellow?
Licensed to Wed.
Earl C. Hall ' Chicago
Miss Marcia B. Biddison
James Keithley Marseilles, 111.
Miss Gertrude Stewart Ottawa
Tony Clark Davenport
We assure all buyers of our Xmas candies absolutely purity and the
fullest measure of wholesome cleanliness. You are invited to inspect our
full line of Xmas candies.
f I've BE&U BewLifiTr XSO fcAD-rreV) ' SC-gl :
tTjs sivjce? i. wcee foe. Kie como ( I'M (SiM '
V Boe w Jv mauds 0 Yset oil
I BolUc me n'S a f ( sciBAdcs - i kcticwJ V Vo5SHPtir f :i
, sreite- 6vcrv ReAiieZ V rr naon scop J,.lt.0l.i N- ' TjlllLJ
- - .
..mas candy, lb'
i. 'led Xmas
''ii1 15c. 20c and 25c
I -on Bona, half pound
bx 20c, 25c, 30c
v.'hocolate chips, pourd 30c
(1 ocolate Peanut cluster, lb --20c
IkT. Bons, one pound
Uxca 40c to $3.00
Home made Peanut Candy, ib .. J5C
Chocolate Fudge, lb , J5C
Cocoanut Kisses, lb 20c
Peanut Brittle, lb 15C
Chocolate Caramels, lb 20c
Cocoanut Candy, lb 20c
Home-made Cream Candy, lb JjC
California Fruits, Mixed N'uta and
Fancy Christmas Packages.
Miss Dora Ase Rock Island
Everett R. Cosner Watertowr
Miss Elese Radloff ... Coal Valley
William Watts Davenport
Miss Laphy Cole Davenpon
Silas Lambert Rock Island
Miss Viola Lankesley ... Rock Island!
L. G. FRANCIS
1610 Second Avenue,
6 Doers West of Argus Office. .
Bound to Hit Something. :
There Is n cross eyed man in Cleve
land who Is an enthusiastic trap shoot
er; furthermore, he Is an expert. His
record is a thing to be proud of. One
day last autumn a nervy friend ven
tured to question him thus:
"You ore so horribly cross eyed that
I don't see how you are able to shoot
"I'll tell you mr secret. I souint
along the left barrel with my right
eye. and I squint along the right barrel
with my left eye''
"And then I fire tmth barrels."
Cleveland plain Denier.
Courts of Love.
"Courts of love" were pstabUshed In
tne middle ajres, when chivalry was at
its height and love the xerioux occupa
tion of life nniong the higher class of
society. The first "court of lore" was
established in the south of France in
the twelfth fentury and was composed
cf knitrhts. poets and ladles, and their
decisions on subtle questions connec ted
with affairs of the heart were given
with great formality.
She Agreed. t
Will The Ms tit of nn old school roste
Is er well, it might tie called both
meat and drink.
Bertha Yes: that's what you men
usually do in the circumstance.
-Meet and drink." i :
Good health demands at leat one move
ment of the bowels each day. Just one
Ayer"s Pill at bedtime. Seid for 60 years.
Ask Your Doctor.
J. C. ArrCo .
I: you are suffering from bilious
r.ess, constipation, indigestion, chron
ic headache, invest one cent In a tk:
ta! card, send to Chamberlain Medi
cine Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with your
name and addrc-ts plainly on the back,
and they will forward you a free sam
ple of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Sold by all druggists.
We carry a complete
line of artistic Christ
Steiner's Drug Store
:3rd St. snd 5th Ave.
TELEPHONE WEST 65
On every article cleaned and
Cleaned Absolutely Clean.
Work called for and delivered
YE TOG SHOP
Q. E. BAKER
1807 Va Second Avenue.