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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MOJO) AY, JVIAY 19, 1913.
I they will probably draw up a petition j
'for a trl-clty alumni association.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: 1 am a young
man 21 years of age. (1) When a boy
takes a young lady to a eoda fountain I
to have something to drink, is it prop;
er for the boy to suggest the drink
cr is it the young lady's position to
select? Some girls eecra to be asham-i
ed to ask for a 10-cer.t drink. (2) Do
you think it is right for a girl to write
to a boy constantly for a yea, when
the Is already engaged to another,
when the other fellow is ' not aware
of the fact? (3) Should a boy after
taking a girl friend out at night and
h 1 ;-' J
What will make finger nails grow?
(5) How can you wash a chamois 6kln?
(1) They are both young and spry
MARRIED AT CLEVELAND.
ANNOUNCEMENT HAS COME TO
trt-city friends of the marriage of
Miss Jeannette Claussen, daughter of
the late William C Claussen, for many
years an alderman-at-large of Daven
port, to Albert Manchester or New
York City, the wedding taking place
as a quiet ceremony of Saturday, May
10 at the rectory of the Episcopal
church at Cleveland, Ohio.
LOOKOUT CIRCLE OF THE
First Baptist church met Saturday
afternoon with Mis3 Helen Downing,
915 Second avenue. Plans were made
for a fishing party to be held Decora
tion day. After the business session
refreshments were eerved by the
hostess. The next meeting of the cir
cle will be with Miss Cora Casey, 105
ON MYSTERY OF
40 YEARS AGO
Eelieved That George Cole Was
Slain by Indians in South
STORY IS TOLD VAN REEVES
SOCIAL DRUG CLUB.
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES STRATE
reaching her home rather early. need help from each j 'SocM Drug
meiae to stay awhile if 6he doesn't ; " -
ask him to do so? 4) After know- ,he Girl over a muddy spot or some
ing a girl for
ign that she cares mu:h for him? (5) 8cho1 the-v are alm0!t Joung men
When tipping your hat to a lady. isn't!81"1 men, ana enouia
tt. proper to use the hand opposite the l "am "-"""m ' "u'"cu
Strange Coincidence of Circumstance
and Dates Comes to Attention
cf Boyhood Friend.
o so? 4) After know- ,ne over a muac 60lno the nrizes were won by Mrs
a year and if, she asks ard P- 2 I ln . my P rizea V'UUam Ullenleyei
iptiir. fnnrtrait i. it dear. When boys and girls are in high f10 ana -eeei
icture (portrait) is it a , . . , . freshments were served follow 1
Bide you pass her?
(1) She should select what she
wishes, but he may suggest certain
drinks that he thicks she might like.
(2) He may be a good friend of hers
nd she should not turn him down
because she is engaged. Of course
I take It for granted that she writes
tlm Just friendly letters. (3) Not un
less she invites him in. (4) She--may
like him pretty well or she may be
only make a collection of boys' pic
tures. (5) Yes.
; Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a high
school girl 17 years old. (1) When
walking in the evening or day time
with a boy is It proper for him to have
hold of my arm, or snould I have hold
f his? (2 Is It all right for a boy to
kIsb a. girl good night (3) Is it all
right for a boy and girl to phone each '18 know what sho is doing when she
other very often? If so, should the gets married to a boy of 18? M.
boy call the sirl up. or would it be bet-! Sfce seldom does. The boy never
ter for the girl to call the boy up?. (4) Jltrows. '
1 3 J Let him do the calling up. Most
boys are overrun with girls calling
tLem up and so have no respect for
the girls. (4) Put vaseline on them.
a) Make suds of cold water and a
good white Boap. Donl rub ihe
gloves Equeeze them and rinse in
clean soapy water . tnen hang out to
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) When go
ing to a dance is it proper to give the
party you go with all your dances? If
not, how many?
(2) Is he supposed to take all the
extras, and not engaged? LOUISE.
(1) No. .Three or four should be
enough, bur you should not dance with
anyone else oftner than with your
(2) No. -
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Does a girl of
club. Five hundred was played and
the prizes were won by Mrs. A. J.
games. Mr. and Mrs. Charles unite
will entertain May 26.
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Fcr nearly forty years the disap
pearance of George Cole has been one
cf the Etanding mysteries cf Rock Is
land county. Within tha last few
days there have been developments
that promise to solve It. In fact, from
what has been learned those best ac
quainted with the facts are convinced
that the missing man was the victim
Of an Indian rcaseacre.
It was just 40 years ago that George
Cole Jr., than a young man, set out to
eeek his fortuna in the west His
father, George Cole, Sr., was one of
the prominent residents of Buffalo
Prairie, his farm cn the bluffs over
looking the Mississippi river being one
of the largest and best improved in
the lo-ver end of the county. The son
fitted out a wagon and set forth alone,
driving a sp2n of mules and leadin; a
horse. During the season he reached
Nebraska and there he spent the first
winter. Tne following spring he re
sumed his journely and that was the
last word from him that ever came
back to Rock Island county.
The father put forth diligent efforts
to trace his son, advertising freely in
western publications and making sev
eral trips in response to tips that al
ways came to naught.
STORY TOMI TO DANKER.
Last weeAvan Reeves of this city,
who in his youth was a neighbor and
close fiend of Gccrge Cole, visited
South Dakota on a land deal. While
in Phillips, on the border of the Black
Hills, he met a local banker. In the
course of their conversation the bank
er mentioned, by way cr making talk,
having Eeen but a short time previous
mains were buried near where Phillips
NOT IXTERESTED AT FIRST.
Mr. Reeves heard the etory without
being pcrticuiarly interested. How
ever, after ho was xwell on his way to
ward Rock Island the incident came to
mind and he remembered that he had
been told that the man who was miss
ed from the emigrant tra'n was trav
eling alone and that he drove
span of mules and led a horse.
Th similarity of the outfit to that
which George Cole is supposed to have
been traveling with when last heard
from then occurred to Mr. Reeves and
he further recalled that the year of
the massacre wa3 the one in which
Cols disappeared. The, more he pon
dered the matter the more he was
convinced that he had at last solved
the mystery surrounding the fate of
tne mend or his boyhood. Upon
reaching home he took steps to learn
such additional details cf the story
that was told the Philips banker as
were to be had.
The elder Cole has long since
passed away as have many of those
who knew the son or who recalled
the mystery of his disappearance. Of
the other members of the immediate
family there survive a brother and a
sister of George Cole, Jr., T. E. Cole,
who recently removed to Alberta, Can
ada, and Mrs. Vanie Mills, of Mason
AMONG THK FIR.ST OP THE
i of the valley and swret peas.
MO- bride-.o-b' rece'.vtd her gifts wher
A 1- ' fl Win 1.1 M1-ri. Kin..- tn tllA ,
AT THE PARSONAGE OF THE
First Eaptist church Saturday after
noon at 2 o'clock, Rev. H. W. Reed
united in marriage Charles Slurphy of j
Lawn, 111., and Mrs. Sarah Krowlek j
of Low Point, 111. The couple were
unamended. The groom is a farmer
and the couple wiH make their home
on his farm near Lacon.
PICNIC ON ROCK RIVER.
TWO HUNDRED FROM ROCK IS
Lanu and Moline attended the annual
picnic of the Daughters and Sons of
Norway, held at the Norsemen's camp
noar Prospect park on Rock river yes
terday. -There was no formal program
but the day was given over to a gen
eral good time, a feature being the
big picnic dinner.
THE WOMAN'S AUXILIARY OF
the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen
will hold a card party tomorrow after
noon at 2:30 at Odd Fellow' hall.
THE LADIES' SEWING SOCIETY
of Bethany home will meet tomorrow
afternoon at the home to sew. A full
attendance of members' is urged.
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held tomorrow afternoon ly, a stranger, who had visited that
at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Carpenter, 717; section before it w as seUled by white
Nineteenth street. A flower mission I man. Ia some detail this stranger
KICK OF HORSE IS
CAUSE OF DEATH
Willia'ni G. Wulf, Dairyman,
Dies at Hospital From Injury
Received Last Week.
William G. Wulf, a dairyman living
on Twenty-fourth street, passed away
at St. Anthony's hospital yesterday
evening at 9:30 o'clock after an opera
tion performed in an effort to save his
life. Last Wednesday he was kicked
in the abdomen by a horse but his in
jury did not assume a serious aspect
He was taken to the hospital where
he underwent an operation last night
and it was found that he had suffered
internal injuries from which he could
Who would care for Sunday or Mon-
uay, or 'any aay ior taat mauer, uu"j cooled
"drop in" occasionally? The only un
comfortableness which ever should be
felt by the hostess is when she is not
prepared with enough in her larder to
serve these extra guests for luncheon
If meals are planned in advance, do
net make any changes for the unex
pected guest. There is nothing which
adds more to the discomfort than this
"extra work" idea of hospitality. To
have the guest most comfortable and
perfectly welcome, all that is neces
sary is to put on the extra plate and
add a little more in quantity, if amp's
time is given for it. If not, then the
emergency shelf, which should always
contain reserve food such as canned
60up, vegetables, noodles, wafers 'of
several kinds, canned salmon, lobster,
tuna fish, crab meat, deviled ham ana
chicken, olives or pickles, cocoa, cof
fee, tea, and in the refrigerator grape,
lime oi pineapple juice or ginger ale.
With some or a'.l of these things
and plenty of good seasonings a soup
can be quickly made or an extra dish
prepared which will help stretch out
If there is to be freedom and pleas
ure for the mistress of the home, dur
ing the comin? hot days, then she
must use her brain very freely in plan
ning at least three meals in advance
Cereal with Figs and Cream.
Eggs Au Gratin.
Rolls Cocoa Coffee
Any prepared cereal may be used,
but. if oats or cracked wheat, it should
have most of the cooking the night
Cold Sliced or Jellied Veal
Whole Whest. Bread and Butter
Orange and Rhubarb Marma'.ade
Milk or Grape Juice
The meat is from Saturday's din
ner, and plenty was purchased to al
low for Sunday's luncheon. This may
bo a rcast or a knuckle of veal sea
soned very highly and cut in smjll
pieces and allowed to cocl and jelly
i In its own liquid, in which it was
PERSONAL POINTS II ! befcre' e!tllerJn ,a doub: boiler on the
program will be given and retresh-
i hen lit-1
The Altar society of St. Joseph's
had mentioned passing where Phillips
is now located Z'i years a;o as a mem
ber of an emigrant train. The emi-
Dr. E. PvAmes and Dr. H. G. Trent
of Rock Island are back from Peoria
where they attended the annual meet
ing of the Illinois State Dental society.
John Joers, plumbing inspector, left
today for Louisville, Ky., where he
will attend the national convention of
plumbing inspectors and sanitary en
, , , . , i-i . " vw. auwx. vj v. - vw.jv. .j i. Ull ii . rt . . - I. nam, 1 lie Villi ; w -
l'nejuie wedcllur.s to be announced Is .lie iclaau Malioffy came to the door , church wm gerve coffee and hold ! grants, it seems, had fallen in togeih- gineers. John. Muliln, health offlcsr,
an apron sale tomorrow afternoon at j er while rassing i:p through the Black I and Otto Meinert, plumbing hiBpectcr,
lhat of MU-s l.tH'jr iiisworth. daugh
tr of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ainsorth.
and J. F. Hurr. young attorney of
Molin'", whlili will be an event of Sat
urday fvi'iiiig. Jun 7. at the Ains-
worth home on Seventeenth street. J Mis
The hour rf the ceremo.iy will be 8
o'clock nt;d the servlts w i'.l b" read by
the bride's craadfather. Rev. G. G. ENTERTAINED IN MOLINE.
end fchoworr-d her with a basket, of
miscellaneous articles for the new j
home, hi the gtiFss!ng contests, M'.ss
Mabel Hippler and Miss Marie Harder
won prii: s. Next Thursday evening
Glen U' l.ion will entertain for
Edward Thornton) THK mo LINE D.VME.WEREIN OF
the home of Miss Margaret Caul- j Hills, and as the Sioux Indians were
field, 922 Fourteenth-and-a-half street. then unfriendly, they decided to re
The O. E. S. Sewing circle will ; main together for mutual protection,
meet tomorrow afternoon at the Ma- One mcrning whop they broke camp
sonic temple. Mrs. May Kennedy and a member of the train had some trou-
will represent Davenport and left with
M. Joers. '
M. H. Sexton, H. E. Castcel, C. K.
Nourse, F. H. Plummer and Will Sex
ton have returned from Chicago wher.?
Mrs. Ladie Lidders will entertain, i ble in getting his outfit together and they attended the Chance day doings
Tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock ' was unable to start with the rest. At ; at White Sox park, participated in
the annual business meeting, with I the next stop late in the day he was! the parade, and cheered Joe Berger.
stove or in a fireless cooker, and whole
washed figs may be cut up in this
cereal and served with cre3m, but no
sugar, as the figs supply the neces
KUUS AT GRATIN.
Butter a shallow brown baking dish
and break into it an egg or more for
each person to be served. Turn in
enoi'g'a' cream to well ccver the bot
tom of the dish; sprtnKTe the e?gs
with salt, paprika and grated cheese.
Set in a pan of hot water in a mod
erate oven until the whites of the
eggs are just set. Have the rolls
heating at the samo time.
OR ANGE AMI RHl BARB M ARM ALADE
Materials Oranges, sit; rhubarb,
pound; layer fis, one-balf pound.
Directions Peel veryMhin the yel
low rind from '-He cranges and with
scissors cut in fine strips. .Wid one
half cup of water to these in the
saucepan and boil until tender. Cut
the oranses in hal' es and squeeze out
cn tiie iemon squeezer all of the juice
and pu!p; add pulp, juice and the thin
ly sliced figs to the shredled orange
peel, also the rhubarb cut In small
pieces and the sugar. Cook slowly un
til it begins to jelly. Put away in
glasses and cover w-hen cold with para-
fine. This marmalade makes delicious
The tea cakes have been baked on
Saturday and may be plain or frosted,
or. if preferred, a sponge cake may be
SVNDAY NIGHT 51TPER.
Boston Brown Bread
Vegetable Sa'.ad, French Dressing
It has been hard to understand why
some baked beans could be so good,
and others so tasteless. I have given
a recipe in a previous article and also
one for the brown bread. The bread
should be steamed the day before;
then all that is necessary is the re
heating. The beans should be soaked
over night and then well-seasoned
and baked with a little salt pork.
This is better done also on Satur
day and then reheated on Sunday, es
pecially if there Is no fireless cooker
in the home. But if preferred, they
may be soaked in cold water Saturday
nisht, and Sunday . morning made
ready fcr the bean pot and baked in a
very slow oven all day, with very lif le
watching. The salad may be made of
any of the seasonable green vege
tables and served with a well-seasoned
Make the shortcake as described in
this week's artic'.e on "Shortcakes,"
cutting flour and butter together in
the morning and setting away in the
refrigerator, with strawberries also
In readiness. When ready for supper,
the shortcake will bake while setting
the table, preparing the salad and
making the coffee.
election of officers, will be held by not in sight, and so. aftr-r waiting for the old Islander who is playing s'ecoid
Itha Rock Island Musical club in the j him a rearo iable tenpth of time, a base for the Sox. The Rock Islanders
; couple of men got onco their horses ; made their headquarters at the Lex-
Heald f Toledo, Ohio, siMer of the ! tn. Turrrrs f n:T'ainod the Rock 13
bride, w ho was married ;u the same : tun(1 ladies FriUay iift.rrnooa at Turner ( parlors of the New Harper,
rour inn...- pv.. ...uu.,, ... , nal, at a prP,ty lHr(1 prlrTy. i;ry. . Tne next meetlng cf Fay Hawes:and went back to search for him. ington, where they were entertained
be matron of honor, an.l the Misses three were iu ett-nda.K o. 17 being camp No. 281, R. N. A., will be held at;Hcurs passed, and Me marchers failed i by that former Rock Island live wire,
Althea Ural and Jsvr KntnUn w ill . frpm Rofk ,slan(.. Ro,h 5n and c'nch ; Math's hall May 28. ! to show- uo. Fiuallv all the men who ! Charles McHugh.
nnarsn.i.i.1. ui in.'.nu Mr piayen. Mrs. Ktmr.au oi kock I The Ladies' Sewing society of the j could be spared gathered their arms
worth and Mary J.ou'se Ainiwortn,,ui8!1j ,Vas the Wuhest sexier in the rnited rresbyterian church will meet ' and mrio baru ainnr the rai:
rrr.au on"nrr auu nr.-. ... ... tames. :. .e. . u. lipLEXn or mo- i Fridav afternoon at the church. The i milpa m-aV thov fn:,nd tho whpc nf
lob, wl'.l n!co be r. t!ie wenainR Iiru, r,.ceiviiS second iri7.e and Mrs. time will be devoted to auiltlne.
party. Almrnd Ford will serve Mr. ,M Verhale of Rock IsUiud two small
Hfrper as hest man. Th- youn- pro- doili"s as consolaMon favor. Mrs. ! DACTflD DinOrflDnffiCD
pie will make a fhort visit with Mr.iThc..8 ct Ro(.k igiar.d va3 awarded ! VfAO I Ull DlUO rUnllilln
Karprr's reia'lv-rn artPr the wedding. the cin h prize Refreshments were) niinpro rnnrilin !
and on their return w'fll go to Cairp-; tPrvr(1 iu (ilp basement cf the hall at! OnAnutb rAntWCLL
bells iEland to srfnd the summer. itbt close rf the g-mes. This function
1 Is an anneal event.
FOR fSS HIPPLER. j
MRS. HOMER KXAPP, AT HER
home, 1023 Sixteenth avenue, entertvn-!
all three cf the missing men.
AT U. C. V. REUNION
Rev. and Mrs. Marion Humphreys
anu son, Marion, Jr., leave at noon to-
COLLEGE ALUMNI MEET. ! (e! a gtay of five dayg they wU, e. j
THR ORGANIZATION OF THE ' nnrt fnr la T.inta rot n VCr Mr !
ed a party of young ladles at a mis- j Tri.Citr ,owa State Co;,epe Alumni : Humphreys will take up his work in:
tMancoua fl.o.-er in honor of V-s , RBw riatlcn ag pPrfected at a meet-j the Presbyterian church June 1. En
Irene Hi.nkr, wmo is u ir- a , ir.f, lcld at the Davenport Commercial route they will visit at Mr. Humphreys'
Jur.c bride. A Cenc.o is three- There were 2G orrscn. the Tare- fnrmrr hnmo at KnrinpflpM tn anrt !
Was served in'-- att, riAanre Ginm J h a i;t.,--fi nf tnA l-J..V..-o I
the dining rcom. where the bride's ,EF6C(latlon w.erf prrs?ntcd. The con-, Windsor. In the same -state. Yes'er-
fwtr.tion ar.d by-laws of the new or- j da morning Mr. Humphreys preach-,
Chcfen criers. pinK rnn nue.
uted (n docoratirns r.bout
fLgnUat'on were pypr-euted and passed,
ed at tha Milan Presbyterian church
rccru and table. The tnriie ccntv.r- The purpcf e Pf tne cssociatioa will be
plcre was a large bowl of virlcts, lilies : to rromote th; stale coll'e by cre-
! a'.irg an 'nerest In the school among
hi im the young people of the tri-ckies. The ! phreys having
' state tolltge has just completed the both places prior
jrrrction- d. a gymnasium building, i to the Central
and in the afternoon end evening at
Pleasant Ridge, both services beln.? in
tee nature of a farewell, Mr. Hum-
Eerved as pastor at
t I I
whkh Is aid to fce tho finest in the
FAE KAE CLU3.
THE FAE KAE CLUB MET SAT
urday with Miss Mar-on Atkinson In
Scuth Rock Island. At the regular
business meeting a tanquet was ar
ranged to be held at Fejervary park,
Davenport, next Thursday eveni.ig at
6:20. Miss Buhlig was selected as
chpperon. In the games Miss Emma
1 Dingeldeim wa3 awarded first and Miss
Fae Sonimers consolation. The next
meeting, two wce'ns hence, will be with
Miss Margartt Andersen, &17 Niae
IF YOU WANT TO BUY CRi Mas. leaostess.
j MRS. R. W. LEA OF MOLINE EN
SELL ANY KIND OF HOUSE-'tertalned at four tables of bridge Frl-
I day afternoon at her home as a social
HOLD GOODS. WE PAY THE SrSHoi
I favors at the different tables went to
HIGHEST PRICES. BE SUREi:,Msa Mabel Lander. Mrs. Dick Lane
I ana .Mrs. jsmes neea Lane oi naven
i W - -rfuh
Miss Regina Ramho.
W S Firlrnrl;. a former wpll known
f',?vera ! resident of Rock Island county, later
nf rhirnen nnw nf Hpnrpr nnPiit Snri-
The re-day jn sand cn his return to
Denver from Chicago, where he at
tended as a delegate from the state of
! Colorado the bureau of animal indus
try. He was instrumental in securing
lor Denver the 1914 convention, and
was in rec9ipt of telegrams of congrat
ulation from the governor of Colorado
and the mayor of Denver and nuT.fr-
SEE BANK ROBBERS
Clnef Erinn and Detective Cox
Make Sunday Trip to Mon
Chief cf Tolice James Brinn and
Detective Thomas Cox journeyed to
Monmouth yesterday to "lamp" the
two bank robbers who were captured
by the authorities last Friday morn
ing, after having "pulled'' a job on
i cus commercial bodies of tho mountain the North Henderson bank which
netted $1,900. The men are Charles
city on his success. Mr. Pidcock vis
ited with hi.s brother-in-law, L. p.
Marshall, HOG Nineteenth street, while
this city. Rev. Otis G. Dale, Mr.
Humphreys 'successor at the Central
church, took up the work yesterday,
conducting services both morning and
21 at zion church
A class of 21 members' was confirm-1
ed at Ifce morning eervioe at Zion j
Swedish Lutheran church yesterday.
Communion was administered in thej
evening. The pastor. Rev. N. J. Fors-"j
berg, was assisted in the ceremonies
Dv rroiceBOi cuuniucu ui Auxuat.ua 1
college. An exceptionally large at- j Confederate Veterans, to be held May
tendance prevailed morning and even- j 27-23 at Chattanooga, Tenn., Miss Re-
Will Not Chanqe Rates.
Tri-city manufacturers of farm Im
plements and vehicles will net be re
quired to pay full rate for goods re
turned for repairs, according to the
ruling cf the railroad commissioners
cf Iowa. The commissioners at the
hearing in Des Moines Saturday de
cided to let the matter stand at. pres
ent. The railroads were asking that
the sWppers be made to pay full rate
for goods returned for repairs.
MOVES IN NEW QUARTERS
Charles R. Whee.an Is moving his
undertaking establishment from Sec
end avenue to 1820 Third avenue to
day. The new location furnishes Mr.
Wheslan with additioyal space which
is greatly needed by the flrni at the
preeent time. .
" John D. Rockefeller woud go broke
if he should spend his entire income
trying to prepare a better medicine
than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea,
dysentery or bowel complaints. It Is
simply impossible, and so says every
one that has used it. Sold by all
Seamstress experienced in al
teration chop work on men's
Wilson and Frank Shea, and the local
authorities were under the Impression
that both men might be wanted here.
A search for hidden loot from the
vAtorfln-j una nartipllv Clip-
cestui, the sum of $639.75 being io-a"d women's garments. Apply
catcd in a barn on the farm of Rich- 524 Fifteenth street, Moltne, 111.
ard Gamett, two ana a nair mue3
northear, of Alexis. Bertillion experts
are today ta'ilng the robbers' measure
ments, and it ia Relieved that they are
old timers at the game. The remain
ing members of the gang arc still at
Attention K. C.
Alouez Council, No. 658, Knights cf
Columbus, will hold its semi-monthly
meeting Tuesday evening, May 20, at
the K. C. hall. Business relative to
the organization of a baseball team
will be discussed. A'.l members are
urgently requested to be present.
IN THE CHURCHES.
(Continued from Page Flv.)
juniors will have their flower meeting.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 prayer
A.. . ort. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell of Ro meeting wO be held with Rev. Samuel
TO CALL AND BE CONVINCED.' Island. Mis. Nichols receiving the OlUlrentUaw of Mediapclis. Iowa, in
1505 SECOND AVENUE.
guest's prize. The favors were em
broidered piilows and Maderia em
broidered jewel cases.
MAY FORM ALUMNI.
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON MEM
bers of the three cities met Friday, ev
eniag at the New Harper house. More
responded than at a previous gather
ing t-arlier in the year and the subject
j discussed was the summer meetings
I when all the members are home from
the colleges. Friday, June 27, b set
3 j for the first summer mcrdig, when t evening.
Thursday afternoon the Woman's
guild will held the monthly coffee
with Mrs. Baker on Ninth avenue.
Thursday evening at 7:30 choir re
hearsal takes place.
Trinity Episcopal Trinity guild
wi.l meet with Mrs. H. P. Custer, 1917
Sixth avenue, Wednesday afternoon at
First Baptist Prayer meeting will
be held at the usual time Wednesday
Licensed to Wed.
Harry E..Leonarde Rock Island
Mrs. Lula Hooevcr Rock Island
i Martin Jorpnf;en Clear IaVe. Tr.wa
At the annual reunion of the United .Tra K-a,hHn xtrrinH st t.i'c
William L. Young Rock Island
Misa Gertrude Hartmann Rock Island
Herschel Harding Moline
Miss Audrey King Clay City
Charles Murphy Lacorr, 111.
Miss Sarah Krowiak . . Low Point, 111.
Sigfrled Martenson Moline
Miss Anna Anderson Molina
: Tl 1 T-fA.,A f" an
as sponsor for the Georgia division of
the organization. She is one of the
omh"s best known society girls and is
always a prominent figure at the U. C.
V. reunions. -
Gocd Gun: Good Lights
Irlarksmer Jive Us a Call.
1 614 Dnd Avenue.
Motorcyclists on Jaunt.
Members cf the Rock Island Motor
cycle club, 23 strong, made a tour of
the trt-cities yesterday afternoon. Just
before tiro trip was inaugurated, the
participants lined up ia front of
Koch's headquarters and a snapshot
was tckea. Two ladies mads the trip.
Buy a heme of Reidy Bro3.
For express, call William Trefz.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Bluebird pins at J. Ramser's Sons'.
Independent Expres3 Co. West 881.
Bracelet watches at J. Rameer's
Kerier Rug company for vacuum
cleaning and rug making.
Have you eeen the lucky bluebird
pins at J. Ramser's Sons'.
Smcke the Grand Dictator hand
made Zc cigar. Better than ever.
Diaxonds are on the Jump. You can
buy one right at J. Rammer's Sons'.
Ccln purses vanity bags, fancy
leather bags, at J. Ramser's Sons'.
The Caw, Moore and Waterman
fountain pins at J. Ram3er'3 Son3'.
Our B. B. serge at tZZ Is the bsst i
value ever offered. J. B. Zimmer's j
J. L. Freeman for real estate and in- j
gurance. 4H Safety building. Pisone;
All kinds of tires repaired at the
Centra". Vulcanizing Co., 252 Fifth
Six per cent farm mortgages. Lilten
&. Roberts, People's National bank
Coal, coal, coal The Rock Island
-i73 state. .
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Never hesitate abojt giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to children.
It contains uo cfium or other nar
cotics and can be given with implicit
confidence. As a quick cure for
coughs and colds to which children
are susceptible. It is unsurpassed, i Fuel company wKl deliver to you all I
Sold by all druggists. (Adv.) the best grades of nard and soft coal
Give the boy a watch for
Extra fine line for boys and
S5.00 to $15.00
Rspalring promptly done; all
Cive me a trial.
A. N. REINERT
113 1Sth St., Rock Island.
Watches Our Spccia'iy
Open Wcdnetday and Saturday