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THE ROCI? IS1.AXD ARGUS. TUESDAY:; JUXE 24,- 19S.
Tin A t run
the first . favor feomg ..to Miss Anna , li?"
Lieflaaier and the guest prize to Miss j w-t-.-m. i
Uruensen. Pint ana jwnue carua-4
tions were used to trim the house and
streamers cf piakand white extended
frcm.the .chandelier to .the corners of
the table. Hand pa'ntcd cupids wers
givc-n as f avers. Guests from out of
tc,vn at" the afiair were Miss Anna
LkLanSer, Miss Eleeden,- and Miss
Rcse Share cf Muscatine. Misses Ger
trude and Rcse Kopelman of Maquo
kota, and Mrs. Charles. "Walter of
Nashville. Te nn. The - marriage of
Miss Urdengen and Ben Rose of Cki
casois an event of next month.
If A u
r Dear Mrs. Tho-nnson: (1) Should j
announcement cards and Invitation
cards bo sent out at the same time,
and is it necessary to send announce
ment card3 to those that are Invited
to the wedding? (2) Would blue silk
fee suitable for the bride's dress, if
It, was for a fall wedding at home? If
the bride's dre.-;s is blue, would it ba
all right for the bridesmaids to be
dressed in pink?
(3) Which is worn most by grooms
dark bl3 or black? Should he
wear u uhite vest?
(4) Is it necessary to arrange' the
bride's and groom's relatives in a cer
tain place in the room during the
ceremony, or should they occupy any
place they wi:,li7 (j) Please tell me
some pretty way to aec-orote ior a i g0 jie sairi.
Home weuuing; also, wr.at saonu Dej him back?
nerved for a li:;ht wedding supper? There's another boy I respect and
(t) is m wrung naa. iie wanis to co with me. When I
j went with him, this other boy used
ad, ice cream in flower shapes, small
fancy cakes, candies, coffee and the
wedding cake, winch may be distrib
uted in small boxes daintily tied with
white ribbon. (6) Not particularly.
Our "Little at a Time" Plan of paying
makes it possible for the wage earner to
have a cozy and comfortable home.
JOHN30N-BLOCH LINGER, ."
MISS AMELIA BLOCHLIXGEIi,.
daughter of Jchn L.. Bloc-hlinger of
917 Fifth avenue, and Edwin Johnson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Erick Johnson of
ccvTiT-n avenue. Moline. were
affoai Exceptional Values for tomorrow and balance of this week:
seph's church, Dean J.' J; Quinn Of- j
Dear Mrs. Thompson:
a boy thai I loved dearly, but we have
broken up and now we hardly notice
eacli other. But I love him better
than my life and he used to like ma.
Is there any way to win
Ificiatin?.' The only, attendants were
I Wfclil Willi! raifc i A IV OUllLn Ul it i n. laiauu tinu
(1) Invitation cards alone are Bufli- to be jealous cf him. fchould I let this
cie:.t. Announcement cards may be j other boy go with me and leave the
Bent at the time the wtddinff takes ; first one alone? GYFSY GIRL.
never Girt to make
place, or directly after, to those not
invited to the wedding. (2) Yes but
it ouht to be a lir.ht blue, if in the ! ccnie back to you
evening, and thy bridesmaid' gowns ing you may cau
should bo of a very delicate shade of
pink to harmonize with the bride'a
dress. (3) Black, in the evening, with
a white- vest. (4) The nearest rela
tives sit or stand neur the bride and
Krootn; the others may bit where they
(5) For a full wedding, the decora
tions might be of wild flowers; golden
rod and asters would be beautiful.
Any of the fall garden flowers would
look well, also: but keep a color
Bcheme, if poKtible, for instance: Ked
und white alters, with liuge bows and
streamers of white chiSon, and fes
toons of de'.irate green vines.
P. S. Friends,
another person jealous, for it will
nd oh, the suiTer
It all came back
I cm sorry for you, "Gypsy Girl."
You have done v. hat so many girls
think it is clever to d. tried to show
your power over a man. If you were
in the- wrong, tell the first boy you are
sorry and ask him to shake hands and
forget it, because you know better
now than to do such a thing sgain.
You may not be able to win him back,
but you can probably be friends.
But you may be happier if you let
him go altogether. A jealous man is
a bad thing to have around, lie good
friends with the other boy, too. The
one who really loves you will want to
Alfred Johnson, brother of the bnde
grocm. The bride was attired in a;
gewn of white vciie, lace trimmed,
and carried bride roses. Her atten-
dant wore blue voile and carried white
carnations. The couples returned to j
the Bloch'.inger heme where a wed-1
din supper was served to members
of the immediate families. The youn? j
sen Is employed by the Moline Plow j
people for a time will be at home at j
the Blochlinger residence. Mr. John-,
For a weeding supper, creamed marry you.
chicken, asparagus tips, a gelatine sal- to ask you.
Suppose you wait for him
ARRANGE FOR COX REUNION. I
THE MEMBERS OF THE EXECU- i
tive board cf the Cox Family associa
toin met, Saturday nijrht with Mr. and
I Mrs. J. J. Cox in Moline. Out of town j
! members present were Mrs. H. J. Cox i
and Miss Anna lluss cf Scars, Evral j
Cos and daughter Miss Myrtle of Ai- ;
pha, Mrs. Byrd Cox of Davenport, and i
Pleasant Cox, Rock Island.
A refreshment committee, with Er
nest Cox ot Moline as chairman, was i
arpoiiHt'd, and Mrs. Matt'e Dyel of Mt,
I'leasnnt was made toastmistrr sa. She
will also be in charge o the program
for Aug. J4, the big day of tii:i gather
ing. The Arrant- cotts-se has been
rfiitpil fr,r tht entire vLek nf Anir 11-'
IX, and t,he usual delightful gather
ings wljl be enjoyed.' ." "
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Extra Heavy Iron Bed $6.48
Full size massive bed finished in the very noDular Vernia irartln fi?nliv
Exactly like cut in every particular; the posts are heavy, being two inches
in diany yr, with 5 heavy filler rod s between the posts. You fl M O
have b ' paying ?8.50 for this bed; $) 0
9x12 Velvet Rug
We still liarc a few of those Beattie made, Velvet
rugs we. put on sale last Saturday. While the as
sortment of patterns is not quite so good as it was,
you may see one or more to please you. Actually,
the best rug value we or any other C 1 C
store ever offered MlluU
$1.50 Cash, $1.50 Monthly
MISS DOOLEY HOSTESS.
MISS DLLPHIA DOOLEY WAS
tho hostess yesterday afternoon at her
home, 2102 Seventh aveuue, at a rose
luncheon and bridge party for her
guests, tho Misse3 Helen and Mildred
Woods und Sudio Belle Cox of Evans
ville, and Kaluhacker and Sobering of
Pittsburgh, CO tri-city ladies being in
vited for tliu afternoon. The house
was trlnrrned with roses aud smilax
in baskets and cut glass vases and
with bows of pink tulle. The thades
were drawn and tho rooms lighted
with pink shaded candelabra, the soft
light creating a very pretty effect. In
the Kames of bridge Miss Irene Don
took the favor, und the guest pri:;e
was given to Miss Sa'.iihatker. Camews
of 500 werj also played Miss Lila
Dunn of Moline being the winner of
the favor. A rose luncheon was
served at the small tables following
the games, the courses carrying out
the rose idea. Roses were also given
The visiting ladies together with
Miss Dooley and a company of friends
toduy went into camp in a cottage at
Campbell's inland, where they will
spend a week. Tomorrow evening they
win have open house for tri-city friends
at the cottage on the island. A num
ber of parties are being arranged in
honor of tho young women.
Sunday evening Mr. Pooloy enter
tained at the Rock Island club at a din
ner in honor of the hou.-e party and
Mr. Hendricks of Chicago. The guests
SHOWER FOR MISS STROM ER.
THIRTY G TESTS WEUli I'ltES
ent evening at a miscellaneous
thowe.r giveu for Mil's Ejima Strong
er by the Misses Anna Hall a:d Au
gusta Preston at the home of the for
mer, 4113 Filth awnue. The Lall of
of greenery and nasturtiums and
branches of flowering cataipa were
used in tho archway. A bride's bower
was in cne angle of the hall and a
table above which was a large Japa
ceso umbrella, held a basket filled
v-;t;i nnnv lnvr-tv :ipfn' r f K for
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hencrce. lu the library potted "- -7"
BANQUET FOR EMPLOYES. ' (
THE E.IPLOYES OF. GROSSMAX !
Bros' Cloak-company of . Moline, last j Our auto truck makes
evening were tendered a banquet at j
tho Watch Tower inn by members of i quick delivery POSSi
the Trm. Tho employes left the store I J r
at tho close of bueir.ASB in autcmo-; JjJq everywhere.
Kilrta fatiH 1 i n T1 1 1 t- irnn cnrrnl in Aim nf !
the. private dining rooms. Tile firm
cheso this method of showing their
appreciation of the services- of the
ferns and carnations were usil,
1 lie dining room a l.iri;e Japaaeso viri
brclla was sntpended above the dining
table and from it hung lifio cupids.
Strands cf pink and blue ribbo-is ex
tended from the c!Tandel:cr to the
plates of the sucsts. Vocal and instru
mental music wee give n ar.d in a base
ball game Miss Xacmi Eastman won
the championship prize and Miss Olga
Krohn the ccnsolaiion favor. In an
other contest Miss Myrtle Oberg took
the head prize and Mrs. Alma Miller
tho consolation favor. A nice lunch
was served during the evening.
ZiON YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY.
THIRTY-FIVE MEMBERS OF THE
Young People's society of Zion Luth
eran chuich were entertained last
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Larson, 3i0'3 iiphth avenue. A
short pregtam was given, consisting
of two numbers by a trio composed of
Miss Esther Fryxell, piano; Hjalmur
Fryxcil, violin, and Mr. Anderson,
cornet, a:id Miss Olga Larson accom
panied by Miss Mabel Leaf s.ang one
j selection. The company then adjourn
ed to the lawn where games were
played aud later refresh incuts were
MISS SOSNA HOSTESS.
MISS SOSXA AT HER HOME, SCO
Fourteenth and a half street, enter
tained a company of young people
Sunday at a pronuptial party for Miss
l"rde:;cen of Muscatine. The games
MISS RUTH KOHRIS AND HER
twin brother, Ralph, !a3t evening cele-
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young peopia at tnsir nonie 1:1 tioutn
Rock Island. Gaines of various kinds
were rlyed and musical nu'.nbera
were enjoyed. Late in the evening a
birthday luncheon r-as ecrved. Tho
honorecs were tho recipients of many
Store open Wednes
day & Saturday eve
107-109 West Second St.
.. iiMi imii iir 1 1 1
OH DEERE PLANT
the hojie was oonverte! Into a bower cl 0'J was played at three tables with
On Tailor-Made Suits
From 75 to 100 of the season's nobbiest patterns are
now being shown at a discount of 20 per cent. This of
fer holds good until Aug. 1, 1913.
SEE OUR WINDOWS
Exclusive Local Dealer in Fine
Clothes Tailored to Order by
Ed. V. Price & Co., Chicago
ILLINOIS THEATRE 3LDG.
SURPRISE MRS. SUNDEEN.
A COMPANY OF LADIES CAR
ried cut a delightful surprise on Mrs.
Charies Sur.deea at her homo cn
Twenty-fourth street and Eighth ave
nue, yesterday afternoon, coming to
help her celebrate her birthday anni
versary. Tho afternoon was pansed
in an informal Kocla! way aud a lunch
was served, a feature of which was a
large birthday cake.
BECAUSE OF THE ILLNESS OF
Miss Iaura Schmid, daughter of Mr.
and .Mrs. A. F. Schmid, 20 Jl Seven
teenth street, her marriage to Y. E.
Haalk, which was to have taken place
tomorrow, has been Indefinitely post
poned. Miss Schmid has been ill with
pneumonia, but is now on the road to
FOR MISS CURTIS.
MR. AXI) MRS. H. DENECKE AT
their home on Ninth avenue and Sev
enth street last evening entertained
informally ten friends as a courte-
for Miss Lavina Curtis, a bride of this
week. The time was passed in an in
formal way and a lunch was served.
The party of last evening closes the
prenupthil attentions for Miss Curtis.
HOSTESS AT DiNNER PARTY.
! MRS. WARREN ANDERSON IS EM
i tertaining a company cf ladies at, her
home. 1132 Nineteenth street, today.
, At 12 o'clock a course dinner was
! served and the afternoon passed in
The monthly social meeting of the
Ladies' Aid society of the Memorial
Christian church will be held Thurs
i day afternoon at Long View park.
This is the time for the monthly cof
1 fee party, but because of the warm
: weather a picnic will take its place.
H. W. Hcrst of This City, Who
Has Contract, Has Force of
300 Men Working.
V.'oik i.3 progressing rapidly on the
new East Moline piant of Deere &
Co., which calls for the erection of a
foundry, cupola and service building.
Nearly 300 men are already working
on the contract, which was turned
weeks ajo. Che forms for the sec
ond floor are row being placed on
two of the reinforced concrete build
ings. The foundry will be built of re
inforced concrete and structural
steel, two stories in heigbL The cur
tain walls will be of brick and sash,
while the roof will be cement tile.
The general dimensions are 60x340
feet. The cupola will be 36xG0 feet,
threo stories in height. Adjoining the
foundry will ho the service building,
GOxiHG feet, tv.o stories in height, of
reinforced concrete. These buildings
ftre to bo. erected on concrete pedes
tals 1G feet in the ground. Deere &
Co. want the buildings completed iu
record tima and operations are being
piis'ne-i to the limit. A fill of. 12,000
cubic yards will bo required to bring
the Scors up to grade. The expendi
ture involved for buildings and equip
ment wiil approximate $225,000.
Aurora Pledges Support.
Aurora, 111., June 24. Directors of
the Aurora Baseball association last
night voted to support the Milausee! ueror. . . , , , ,
, , , ., .. . , "J Lniorcs sin 13 nr-t marred by a sin-
club Of tae Wisconsin-nimois league v,.rinV:io. not ever, the finest line,
ia case it is transferred to Aurora. wards iii-sc ore by daiiy bathing
The board hs sent Charles F. Moll, a
' new proposition, offering to sanction
-providing the Aafcra.club does noi
waive any claims It has for pliyers or
money from last year. Aurora fans
are enthusiastic over the prospects
of the return of the club here. Si.ouid
Moils club play Kockford he.e next
1 Saturday the Mollys will be -welcomed
i by the biggest crowd that ever attend- j
ed a game In Aurora. Many cf the;
; amateur ciubs have canceled games :
; for nest Saturday, so thec the players ;
can attend tho "homecomir-g game."
iThc Aurora franchise was transferred :
i to Milwaukee this spring.
One summer, while living in the far
west, help was impossible except our
John Chinaman, who did the washing,
but the linen became so yellow that in
over to II. W. Horst cf this city six ! ono of my wild moments I decided,
with all the extras I had to do anyway,
to add one more and wash my table
linen myself. My husband came home
unexpectedly and caught me in the
act. We settled it right there. This
was his argument:
When I was gone there would be
no more of "me," but there would al
ways be t.able linen. So, for that
summer at least we would buy plain
crash and make napkins and have
simple, inexpensive cloths and let John
have them cream color or any color
he chose, and my husband at least
would be only too g'ad to use them.
I soon saw the good sense of all this
and put my desire for fine linens aside
and agreed to use the other and save
We followed out, the same plans
with our Sunday meals. "Rest, sim
plicity and eating out of doors when
ever there was the least possible ex
cuse for it," was our slogan from that
time on. Sundays we went to early
service; then, with a lunch box with
plenty of good sandwiches and fruit
tucked in the back of a comfortable
buggy, with our little daughter, her
doll and pet dog, magazines and news
papers, we drove until we found a
shady nook and then lived with nature
the rest of the day.
BOX Ll'XCH SO. I.
Strawberries Powdered Stigar
Outing Sandwiches ,
Fruit Drop Cake Lemonade
BOX W XCH XO. 2.
. Tutti Frutti Sandwiches
Stuffed Eggs Olives
Bex of Chocolates
BOX LtXCH XO. 3.
Cold Sliced Ham
New Beet Pickles ,
Select a pasteboard box according to
the size of the party and divide it into
compartments with cardboard. Take
paper collapsible cups, the paper
ones can be thrown away and the oth
ers can bo put Into the pocket or hand
bag after the lunch. There is no neces
sity for knives, forks or spoons for
these simple lunches, and if the day Is
spent at one of the piaces where cof
fee and ice cream ate served, the nec
essary tilrer is supplied.
j OtTIXG (AXUtTICnES.
I Materials Roils, chicken salad or
Famcus Dancer Gives
f ATlon Moore In Rauty'9 Mirror.)
J'vm ivHrnerl th-. secret of Dolores' en
triinehiK l-a:ty thfj wondrous r-harm
ti.at t.us l;'zz'(d the courts of Europe
und ;!) ivatt-d vist a.ulieno!3 evf-ry-whre.
Tho famous dancer abhors
roust1!" ar.d comti's. Yet, dexriite the
Ktri-n uofity of hor life, she retains the
lnoo.-r.pamble complexion best describ
ed as i.rieserioable." AR intimate
friend tells me tii- senoriia regularly
uses or. ! er fare what druggists know
as rr.ercc-Ilzed wax. This Is a,jplld at
r.lht l.i the, manner cold cream i used
er.J wa.'hed off In the morning. It ab
sorbs tr.e dad parlte!n of nkln which
dt'.Jy sr.ivi-r, a v. A u fair, o:, fresh.
cuEpiciioa js mwajs in evi-
caperg, one tablespoon; olives, four;
gherkin, one; sweet green pepper.
one; tongue, two tablespoons; ham,
one tablespoon; white meat of a chick
en, one tablerpocn; mayonnaise, salt
Directions Buy a small, round roll.
One that, is crispy and tender with a
"button" on top is very nice for these
sandwiches. Cut off a little of the top
well together, and wrap in paraffine paper.
FOY'S CHORUS STRANDED
Comedian Pays Members $500 After
Arrival In St. Paul.
St Paul, Minn., June 24. Eddie
Foy, comedian, yesterday paid 500 to
members of the chorus In the "Over
the River" company, which closed sud
denly in Calgary, Alberta, last Wed
nesday, with four weeks' bookings
ahead. Twenty-five of the members
are stranded in St. Paul, where th
arrived early in tho morning afr
three days' riding by day coach out
of Calgary. They waited at the de
pot until 1 p. m. to get their trunks
Robbers Slay Man and Wife.
Dublin, Ga.June 24. J. T. Hewell,
aged 53, a merchant of the nearby
t jwn of Long Branch, was called from
his bed early yesterday and murdered
by robbers, who also shot and killed
hia wife when she followed him to
the door. Bloodhounds led the sher
iff's posse, to the cabin of three negroes
Sam Harris, Joe Mary and Henry
Kitchen, who laf,t night, when a mob
gathered about the Jail here, threaten
ing , lynchli.t', were hurried by train
to Macon, under heavy gud, for
U:o f hi -e In a holutK-n mnrte by dlssolv-
ir.e sn ounce 01 powdered saxollte In a
half pint wif 11 hfl. As your drua
uteri-!! kp ihes ;nh'rllent', tut well
as ir.ercolized wax (one ounce of the
-,va 1 uufilcint 1. ;:o doubt your re.itl
f.r welcva;e this Information.
. WANTED " ,
At once a first class Ciothinj
Salesman, at The London.
or remove the button at:d scoop out ! and spent the rest of the day wiring
the center, leaving only the shell. I friends for money to get to New York.
Save the ton. If vou use the chicken Ten of the choru3 hope to get up a
filling nark with nasturtium or benefit.
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rose leaves in a box and cover with a
If the second filling is desired, chop
capers, olive?, gherkin and pepper iu
the littlo chopping bowl. Put the
meat through the chopper, using the
medium cutter. Sason, mix all to
gether and moisten with mayonnaise
and proceed as with chicken salad
Cream puffs baked In long slander
shapes like eclairs, rcaybe split arart
at the ends and one side then filled
with either of the above fillings.
Tl'TTI Fit! TTI "AMIW l( HKS.
Materials Ncufchatel cheese, one;
butt,CT olives, iour; pimento, one; let
tuce, mayonnaise, salt and paprika,
Directions Peat the butter to a
cream in one of the bowls; spread on
the bread and trim off the crusts, cut
ting the slices very thin. Put the
cheese into the other bowl, add salt
and paprika and rub until smooth.
Chop the olives and pimento, adding
sufficient mayonnaise to moisten. Now
put slices of buttered bread together
with cheese mixture and tho lettuce
shredded 'very fine with the shears.
Put a bit of mayonnaise on top of that;
press the upper slice down firmly and
pack In a jar. Or, if taken to a picnic,
wrap in oiled paper.
Omitting the lettuce, these may be
tcasted and served hot for porch
For a change, use white,' brown and
whole wheat bread cut as thin as pos
sible; spread with the above mixture
and put together so as to make a pleas
ing contrast in color.
Materials Tomatoes, American
cheese, mayonnaise, chives, salt anl
paprika, chopped peanuts, bread, but
ter. Directions Cream the bntuer in the
bo-wl. Cut the bread in round, thin
slices, butter. Have the, tomatoes
fecled and very coid; slice thin and
lift up with the broad spatula on t,he
bread, sprinkle with salt and paprika.
Cut the cheese a3 thin as a wafer and
have it round also. Lift this to ths to
mato, spread with mayonnaise, chop
ped chiveB and peanuts. Cover with
another round ot buttered bread. Press
Gets-It" the Only
Thing for Corns
The Corn Cure on a ew Plan Gets
Kery torn Quirk and Sure.
You've tried a lot of things for
corns, hut vou've still eot them. Trv
the new. sure, quick, easy, painless
rvt t 1 1 1 w-r aw 1 w
"Ta-da-ila da-da! Kvfry Corn's flone
fiETS-IT Ill It!"
way the new-plan corn cure, "GETS
IT." Watch it cet rid of that corn.
wart, caiiua. or bunion m a nurr
Lytift-ii is as Bill
tac"S two seconcs to anniv that s s
tp as time. It
jiv that s su.
no salves to make corns sore and turn
laees to stick and fma over.
(j ue flesh raw and red. no planters.
no more knives and razors that mav
cause blood Doison. no more digging
at corns. Just the easiest thine in tne
Ycur orueeist sells "C.ETS-IT." 25
cents ner bottle, or direct If you wish.
irom t4. Lawrence & to., c nicaeo
at corns, jubi tne eafiesi mine ir
world jo use. Your corn davaj are 1
GErS-!T' is guaranteed. t is
never hurts healthv flesh.
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