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THE ROCK IS17AXD ARGUS. FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I em a mar-
Jlt!Q lly of 25 and like to do house
work fine. (I) Please give me a good
jteclae for making; chocolate filling.
M2f How fan I keep a neighbor lady
SI from coming to my house eo much and
keep her from getting mad? She has
I bad children and Is laying a lad ex
Jimple before my little boy of fo'ir
j tears old. (3) What should I get for
(my little boy the A B V blocks or a
ook with the alphabet in it? (4 Do
J you think he is old enough to berin
learning his le'terr at four vears? (5;
.iNnat kind of belt is stylish with a !
fll.l. -l. i Li. i- : - . r. i
iuo you tninic a uttie noy or rotir years
tld looks good with his hair bobbed?
broidery dress should be made? Should
the skirt have a hem on it to look
1 Che skirt have a hem on it to look
food? The waist is to,be of the same
j food i as the skirt.
I J i FAITHFUL READER.
j (1) Chocolate Filling Melt three
J'equares baker's chocolate; when soft
egg well beaten. 1 cun nowdered u-
far; flavor with vanilla. Tbia is I
jfnough for a three-layer cake. 2 I
jDon't open the door if you se her '
Komlng, or be readv to go out when :
enient headache or invent unme
j Wtber good excuse which would not
illow her to stay long. (3) Boih
f ould be good, but he would ha,-e more
tun with the blocks. (4) No. (5) Get
A belt In the new Bulgarian colors. S
Tea. (7) Hnv ths f-Uirt draped wvth
jthp embroidered part; the waist rouldilt very gimply with a big sash, a low
6e made of the plain material and the 1 round neck, quite short sleeves and
mbroidory put on in bolero effect. r lnce for trimming. (4) W'ni'e slip
Ji I am clad you like housework. It . pers. (5 It is a disadvantage be-
t (1 really a fine art to be a good house-;
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am
ia yovng lady cf twelve yer.rs
ltdeeply in love with a young man of! fook snd keep houre 'now-, you sre not
Twenty-on", but my parent? onjet-t to ' mentally or physically fit for mar
"our "suit." Now, nhou'.d 1 follow the:r 1 ria-o.
ONE OF THE MOST BRILLIANT
,,. . . ., r
of the scclal events of the season a
the celebration at Trinity church in 1
Davenport las' evening of the mar
riage of two young people prominent
in accicty circles of the tri-cities,
Misa Elizabeth Stevens Dow, elder
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dow,
cf College aveiue, to iMigald Gilbert
Porter, son of Mr. a;d Mrs. J. F. Por
ter of Davenport. Wedding colors
were green and whl'.e and were car-
rid out in wreaths of flow ers and
rmllax, EaftPr hlin being usfd at the
altar. Mi Gertrude Pran gin. crgan
Ist of Trinity church, gave an informal
program, while the guests were being
seated; Gilbert Dow, a brother of tho
bride, being mas -or of ceremonies;
Mcsrrs. Cable YonMaur. loon Haas,
.Dick Lane of Davenport and Harry
Long of Moline, acting as ushers. At
8 o'clock to the strains of the Bridal
Cb,orus from Lohengrin tiie bridal
, party met at the rhnncel, th? bride on
the arm of her father, who gave her
way. The bride was a'tended by
her lister. Miss Nancy Dov. as maid
cf honor, and the Mibsps F.lizabetii
Drew of St. Louis. Jennette Lane.
Helen Watts and Dori Van Patten.
! at bridesmaids. L'.ttie Miss Dorothy
'.Dew. a niece of the bride was flower
girl and Master Ralph. Porter, a broth-
I Makes clean,
Gold Dust acts like magic on dirt and germs.
It cleans floors, doors and woodwork in a twink
ling. Just add a little Gold Dust to a pail of water
and you won't have to bend and rub, stoop and
scrub to get the desired result. The GOLD DUST
TWINS will do all the hard part of the task for you.
- J 9
5 almost miraculous.
a Package of
t today and try
my one of the
I Gold Dust
1 .. .
lit tor any
I hundred uses for which
I it is recommended,
i Gold Dost is sold in 5c
and large packages.
The use of the larger
package means greater
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicago
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advice or do as 1 think righ? (2)
Am I too your.- to attend balls, pro- U
vided I am in good companv? 3 I !
1;nv nfw.B fnr B nB. rirp tn j
how should I make it? (4)
Should i' wear shoes or slippers with j
this dress and what color wou'd be i
r"C 7 . a LtlT-
'his an advantage-or disadvantage?
: ttt l am too young :o nitrry now,
bu we are both willing to wait. Do
you think this the best plan? I can
j bake, cook and keep house, so think
we could marry ere long.
1 M.vdear! Iam surprised that
a irl of J'our ace- whw Eilould be
thinking it only loving her papa and
mamma, should think herself in love
wif' 8 m5tl- wh-v ou re Just a
wha. msn and wcmr.n love is than any
little kifen. Listen to yojr parents, j
who really love you with all their
hearts and who know right and wrons '
much better than yen do jus: now.
(2) You should not attend balls with
out one cf your pirents. (3) Make
cruse it makes you think you are
(C,) When you are old
fenough to msrry you will probably I
like a quite different man from tho
kind vou Hre now. Even if you can
,er cf the groom, followed thn bride as
a Page. Little John D.w. the 4 year-,
nephew cf fhe bride, carried the
... , .v .
of a t.ala ,iv Th
e groom was attend
ed by Franklin Oi:n. of Elgin. I'.i. The ;
rcrpmnnv nq norformrd hvflieVpTV
Reverend Marmaduke live. Dean o !
1 1 MllLj V UUi 111.
The bride wore v.hite charmrin-i
with a court train, and trimmed with
rore poiTt lace and pirl ornaments.
Tlie wedding veil was imported
princess lace with a Juliet cap of
oransro blosscms. The bride's boquet
was ot orrnios r.nu r.nes-oi-ine-vaue . 1 orle of its excellent concerts at the
The msid of honrr wore pink brocade j West End Settlement last evening,
charmeuse trimmed w'.'.h shadow lace,each number being enthusiastically re
Biid rhlnrf tone brilliants end also wore ceived. The following program was
a short tulle wedding veil. The fiur j rendered:
bridemaid were nil drersrd in blue
brocade charmeuse and carried Killar
Fc'lcwlng the ceremony a reception
was held at the Oating club, the wed
ding decorations prevailing through
out, Mr. and Mrs. Pcrter, at'er their re
turn from a br'.dal tour, will reside in
Daveupcrt for the summer but expert
later ca to make their home in Moline.
Both yo.ing prople are of prominent
families, the-bride's father being presi
dent of the Davenport Savings fcan'
end abo secretary and treasurer if!
tne Davenport Elevator company, ,u,d
TKe Gold Dust Twins
"Ut tkm COLD DUST TWINS
do yoar work"
the- groom's father president of the
Tri-City Railway & Light Co.
NURSES ELECT OFFICERS.
AT A MEETING OF THE GRADU
ate Nurses' association of Rock Island
county, held yesterday afternoon at
th Moline city hospital officers for
the year were elected as follows:
President Miss Jewell Davis, Rock
Vice President Miss Sarah Adolph
Secretary Mrs. L. Dodge, Moline.
Treasurer Miss Phoebe Hurst,
Chairman Credentials committee
Mrs. C. L. Voryn, Moline.
Chairman Ways and Means commit
tee Miss Victoria Carlson, Moline.
Chairman General committee Miss
Sarah Adolphson, Moline.
Chairman Program committee
Miss Margaret Giles, Rock Island.
Interestins reports were heard from
lctona (.arisen, w r.o served in
- e Red Cross corps during the flood
sur.er.ng at Dayton, unio, ana irom
josepnir.e Barnnarat, wnu nan
just returned from attending the state
convention of visiting nurses held at
Dixon. Refreshments were served at
the conclusion of the business session.
FAREWELL TO PASTOR.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHRIS
tian Endeavor society of the Central
Presbyterian church, last evening, at
the home of Miss Helen Hedberg, 911
Fourteenth-and-a-half street, very
pleasantly entertained at a gathering
in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Humphreys,
who will 60on leave Rock Island to
take up their work in another field.
During the course of the evening.
FranS Park, president of the society, i
in a very pleasing way read a fare
well message to the pastor and his
wife, expressing appreciation of the
help they have been to the society in
its work, and assuring theni of the
good will and best wishes of the mem
bers and friends of the Christian En
deaver. As a token of their love and
esteem for them, Mr. Park, in behalf
of the members of the society, pre
sented Rev. and Mrs. Humphreys with
a silver loving cup, which w ill serve j
,to remind them of the love and friend-!
ship of the members of the Christian j
Endeavor. Refreshments were served, i
very enjoyable evening was
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS PAUL-
line Fritz, eldest daughter of Mr. and
j Mrs. Albert Fritz of Bettendorf, to Ed-1
ward Burns of Lfavenport, formerly of
Waterloo. Iowa, where his parents re-
side, took place as a quiet wedding
ceremony of Wednesday night at 7
o'clock at the parochial residence of
St. Mary's church. Rev. John Portell,
assistant pastor oT St. Mary's offi
ciating. Attending witnesses were
Miss Gertrude Frit::, sister of the bride,
,and Huh Li'lis- The bride was dress-
J Jna gown cf white sUk draped with
! chiffon and trimmed with lace and
i Dearl beading. Her hat was white
witn a large plume, and she carried
a bouquet of roses and ferns. The
bridesmaid was in pink silk and lace
"lt1 imings of pearls.
ried carnations and ferns.
with trimmings of pearls. She car-
Mrs. Burns will go to housekeeping on
West Fourth street, Davenport. The
groom is connected with the Wheel
Works in that city.
AUGUSTANA BAND CONCERT.
THE AUGUSTANA BAND GAVE
overture, "American Triumph'' ...
(a) Waltz, "Loin Du Bal" .. Gillit ,
(bl Ftntasie, "My Old Kentucky
Home" Dalby ;
'Sextette from Lucia" Donisitti 1
Violin and Flute. I
Hjalmar Fryxell and Hugo Gibson. I
(a) "Sweet is the Dream" j
Duet for Trombone and Cornet.
lb Selection from "II Trovatore" '
(a) "Hussar's Dream" ... Sanglear !
tb "Presidential Polonais" ... j
'Star Spangled Banner" j
ENTERTAINS CLASS. '
MISS AGNES ABRAHAMSON, AT '
her home at 3400 Seventh avenue last j
evening entertained the members of
the class of 1912 of the collegiate de-'
1 rarment of Augustana, eight of whom t
ere in the ci'y at the present time.
The class colors cf green and white i
were carried out very effectively in '
the decorations throughout the house. !
In the dicing renm a large pyramid of ;
green placed in the center ot the din-'j
ing room table very prerily brought i
out the de6ired effect. The colors j
were also carried out in the tally I
carda. Hearts was played during the i
I evening and the prize fell to Elmer 1
The hostess served a nice
THE HOME OF MR. AND MRS.
ipickium of west seventh street,
I Davenport, was the scene of a delight-
ful reception and dinner Wednesday i
night in honor of the marriage of ;
their daughter. Miss Etta Picklum, to i
Emil Mundt. cf that city, which took j
place at 7:45 in the evening at St.;
Mary 's parsonage. In the receiving par-;
ty with 2Tr. and Mrs. Picklum and i
the bride and groom, were Mr. and '.
Mrs. John Grobmann, the latter a ;
sister of the bride. A wedding dinner j
was served and the evening was en:
joyed with dancing and music. There j
were about 50 guests present. The
house was decorated for the occasion '
in green and white colors, w ith ferns j
and flowers of the season for the
bridal table. Mr. and Mrs. Mundt w ill j
go to housekeeping in a pretty cot-;
tage on Rockingham road and Pine i
street, Davenport. 1
MISS IRENE BACH. AT HER
home at 1414 Fourth avenue, was host
ess to the G. F. C. club last evening.
. . i
the event being the celebration cr. ner i mm
birthday anniversary. The evening
was spent in music and games, Miss
Hazel Kolls and Mr. Bach favoring
the guests with a. number of highly
appreciated piano selections. In the
games that were played. Miss Lulu
Montgomery as awarded first prize
and William Bach second. Plates
were laid for nine, the table being
very prettily decorated in pink and
white. At each plate was a lighted
candle, and on the birthday calte the
exact number of candles correspond
ing to the age of the hostess, which
were lighted when supper was servea.
After spending a most enjoyable even
ing, the guests departed wishing their
hostess many more returns of the day.
MISS ERNA BORELL WAS
pleasantly surprised by a number of
her friends last evening at her home
at 1207 Second street, the occasion
being her ISth birthday anniversary.
The evening was spent in music and
games, prizes being awarded as fol
lows: First prize, Ed Edstroni and
Nellie Fennell; second, Monroe Fen
nell and Ruth Iglehart; third, Carter
Tfaff and Elsie French.
The following were present: The
Misses Edna Fennell, Nellie Fennell,
Mabel McKinney, Elsie French, Ruth
Johnson, He,len Voigt, Mayme Sersig,
Ruth Iglehart and Julia Ague, and
Messrs. Ed Schroeder, John Bysinger,
Fred Wittwer, Earl Ague, Cable Smith,
John Enright, Monroe Fennell, Carter
Pfaff and Ed Edstroni.
DAVENPORT GIRL HONORED.
TRI-CITY FRIENDS, AND Es
pecially in music circles, will be ia-
terested in the announcement that
Miss Ruth Benkcrt, Davenport's gift-!
ed young girl soprano, has been in
vited by the faculty of Cornell col
lege at Mt. Vernon, Iowa, to 'be there
on May 24 to sing before the two
eminent grand opera artists, Mme.
Sc.humann-Heink and Mr. Scott of the !
Chicago Grand Opera company, who J
will come to the college on that day i
as the soloists of the Thomas crches- j
tra concerts. This is a signal honor !
for the young Davenport singer, and '
the opinion of the operatic stars of '
her voice and its possibilities will be
awaited with interest by its many ad-
mirers among home friends.
BUSY BEE SEWING CIRCLE. - !
THE BUSY B:E SEWING CIRCLE
met yesterday afternoon at the home
Mrs. G. Thierman, 826 Thirtieth j
street. A number of visitors were j
present. Plans were completed for 1
the celebration of the circle's tourth j
anniversary, on the evening of May
has been prepared and refreshments j
will be served. I
AUXILIARY HUMANE SOCIETY. !
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF !
the Rock Island County Humane 'so-1
ciety met yesterday afternoon at the j
home of Mrs. Belle Jones, 1001 Sev
enteenthavenue. A large number of j
laes was present and many new !
n -jbers were admitted. After an in-;
teresting business ression, a pleasant:
social time was enjoyed by all. 1
LADIES AID MEETS.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OT
the Memorial Christian church met 1
yesterday afternoon at the church. !
About 20 ladies were present. After j
a short business session. Mesdames
Rhude and Edwards served lunch.
The ladies will meet next Thursday.
Strawberries, none better,
quart boxes 10c
FreFh butter, per lb 32'zc
Fresh eggs, per doz 2Cc
Sweet oranges, per doz 20s
Large pineapples, each ...122C
Home-grown rhubarb, green
onions, or round radishes,
four bunches 5c
Wax beans, per quart 12'2c
Large cucumbers, 2 for 15c
Fresh rpinach, per peck 25c
Fresh asparagus, per lb 12'2c
Fresh leaf lettuce, lb 15c
3 cans tomatoes or early
June peas 25c
4 cans sweet corn 25c
2 15c tail cans salmon 25c
2 10c pkgs corn starch 15c
2 10c cans lye for-. 15c
2 10c bottles ammonia or
bluing for 15c
2 10c pkgs. raisins for 15c
2 lbs. ginger snaps, soda or
oyster crackers 15c
4 ibs. navy beans or Jap
? boxes noiseless matches.. 25c
5 bars Lenox soap 25c
Regular 25c can lemon cling
peaches for 19c
3 lac cans pears 29c
Regular 40c brooms 29c
Regular Sf'c coffee, lb. 25c,
cr 4 Its. for 89c
Regular C0c uncolored Japan
tea. per lb 45s
20 lbs. cane sugar $1.00
190 lb. sack sugar for.w . . .$4.75
Jersey Cream flour, per sk.$1.29
Gold Medal or Cere sota flour,
Occident flour, per sack $1.49
Delivered to any part of the,
city. Phone your order early.
EEADY GROCERY CO.
700 Twelfth Street.
Cld phones west 443 and 869.
Delivery to any part of the city
Phone your order early.
Phone or Mail Orders not accepted
LIVELY SATURDAY SPECIALS
From the May Merchandise Movement at McCahes
SECO SILKS At 2 p. m. and for
an hour, choice from all shades of
regular 25c quality plain colored
Seco silks, 4
a yard IOC
WOMEN'S HOSE Fine blacK
gauze lisle hose, double tops and
soles, spliced, heels, sizes ' 2 and
B's only, 35c quality, nfi
at a pair fauC
WOMEN'S HOSE All pure silk
1088 with a few siight imperfec
tions, only a few dozen, mostly
white, values to $1.50,
at a pair
CHILDREN'S COATS S p r I n g
weight, serges, checks, mixtures,
and stripes, only 1 or 2 of a kind,.
ages 2 to 14 years, values up to
rv co cuj.
CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES
of fins lawn, high or low necks,
lace, embroidery and tucked yokes,
slightly soiled in trim,
values to $2.75, each..,
J& 5" CO CO Oixjj
WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
BLOUSES The "two-in-one" style
of colored and white striped voile,
also plain white, ?4 si evrs, t irn
Art packages containing pil
low tops, corset covers, in
fants' wear, etc., stamped
for embroidering, and in
cluding floss, regularly 25c
and 35c, choice
Saturday You Buy These Lawn Benches
INVITATIONS HAVE BEEN' is
sued to the graduation recital of Miss
Hilda Banfors, a student at the Au
gustana conservatory cf music, under
Miss Lillie Cervln. The recital will
be given at the college Saturday after
noon. May 17, at 3 o'clock.
MRS. LYDIA BEAUCHAMP OF
this city and Henry E. Biggs of Water
town were quietly married yesterday
afternoon at Watertown. Rev. C. E.
; Hawkins performing the ceremony at
I his home at 4 o'clock. Mr. and MVs.
, Bigg3 w ill reside at Watertown.
THIMBLE PARTY FOR GUEST.
MRS. WILLIAM M. RECK. AT HER
; home, at 817 Twenty-third street, en
i tertained very pleasantly at a thimble
party yesterday afternoon for MiS3
Elisabeth TItzel of Chicago, who is
her guest About 30 ladies were
ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE.
MRS. GEORGE H. HUNTOON EX
tertained at bridge yesterday after
noon for Mrs. Will Hortoa of Milwau
kee, who with her small son is still a
guest at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. HIIL
On Tuesday evening, May 20, Pr
lessor Canterbury, Professor Berg
quist, the Wennerberg chorus cf Au
gustana college,' and Mrs. Canterbury
will appear la a concert at Bremen ay
Presbyterian church. Mr. Canternury
i and Mr. Bexiiuist arts newcomers this
ZZ ". Z
About 100 quarts of fine
onion sets go on sale Sat
urday morning at 10
o'clock at 10 oC
quarts for GOO
CREPE NIGHTGOWNS Pi nk
and light blue, slip-over style, neck
and sleeves with embroidered scal
lops, all sizes,
WOMEN'S DRAWERS of cambric
and nainsook, tuck, lace and em
broidery trimmed, circular fitted
or straight umbrella
styles, 75c values....
WATER TUMBLERS Crystal
glass water tumblers, the same
kind that you pay 50c a dozen for,
a set of six, Satur- rj
day, for 1 C
ru co tcuL
PAPER NAPKINS Snow white,
crepe paper napkins, 100 in a bun
dle, lay in a supply for your pic
nics this summer Q
at a oundle '. . JG
QaA& (TV CO QuLj
HAVILAND CHINA flat coupe des
sert plates, handsomely decorated
in floral and gold, many values as
high as $1.00, QQ
CO CO QJLJ
VANITY CASES of German silver,
silver plated, plain esses, engrav
ing done free Saturday, a most
APRON GINGHAMS Perfect mill
lengths of full standard apron
ginghams, the 8c quality, limited
10 yards to a customer. r
at a yard
For Only 98c
One of the features of the day's selling will be
these strong extra well constructed hardwood
lawn or porch settees, in either red or green.
Just 50 to go at 98c.
No phone orders accepted.
3 Oc French Curtain Crepe llVzc
About 300 yards of white French curtsln crepe for
dining or bed-roem windows, on said at 10 o'clock
Saturday, no delivery, ill
at a yard J, 1 yC
year at the college, but have alrf-odv
made themselves popular in musical
circles. Mru. Canterbury is a reader
of unusual ability, with a very nttra
tive manner and marked talent in hyr
profession. Local people arc we i ac
quainted with the reputation of tho
Wennerberg chorus. With thesj ar-
T 'LI. I I ! -111.,.,, ,
5SS KFZZ&in kills all
ififf StlENSjift germs as
Jf Mm your ice-box sweet and
7 SI&Wjp fi snotless and sterilises.
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7 " ... . .
on these Specials
Cj , a 4-.
CAMBRIC and NAINSOOK. These
ara mill lengths but perfect in
every way, a 17' jc value, 10 yard
limit to a customer, fj
at a yard .T..1C
SHOPPING BAGS Women's large
size shopping bags of seal grain,
metal frames, usually sells at 59c,
PEARL BUTTONS A large as
sorted lot of fine pearl buttons, all
shapes and sizes, values 5c to 15c
a doze!, these go quick
at 2 dozen for
HAIR NETS Extra large automo
bile' hair nets with elastic cord.
put up 4 nets in a pack
age, a at a package
3 (TO CO CLv
GLYCERIN SOAP Extra large
cakes of McCabe's special glycerin
soap, made by manufacturers of
4,711 lines, a cake OC
10c, 2 cakes uOC
CHILDREN'S BOOKS Interesting
story books for boys and girls, a
variety of subjects, to choose from,
25c and 35c values, OC
each 15c, 2 for tdjC
CORSET COVERS of both nain
sook and cambric, lace and em
broidery trimmed, choice of a lot
of 25c and 35c values
A large assortment of
framed pictures, attractive
subjects, black metal frames.
The 10c sire, 3 for IOC
The 5c 6ize, 3 for K
lists there can be no doubt a3 to 'he
interest and value of tiie concert. If.
is to he pi ven undrr the nusnlces of
the Young I'ooplc'u asoci:iti::).
The degree staff of L'cal 1oi!m "3
608, I. O. O. F., will give a danem
party at the new Odd Fellow V hall
Tuesday evening. May 2U.