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nl WEDDING GOWN OF Mr. Hardin? and Secretary RARE OLD LACE IS EXQUISITE MODEL r . I- About th Can 'of ; --- Ttt!!?. at LlMtinf ; of Moliae. addressed Um , of th Trl-Clty Oarden j "Darwin Tnttne- yeeUrday I on at the meeting held at heme of Hn, Jobs Hanberg. Ur. Do RrriM kuMi wide ex rertonee in Um cultivation of all Lad of bnlbe ud plants and wu for eeren yearn foreman of the grands of the "Villa Veile" Tb , nils wu brought to Ha present Mrfictlon by Charles Darwin of Holland and the Dutch ar the ex aorta in a-rowlnc tnliM today. The Dates bare devoted ao much of tfcetr time to the great care of the . balbs for centuries, that they bare produced a wonderful flower. The tmHf eomo originally from the o ri se. Siberia, Asia Minor. Japan and China, bat Holland today has the monopoly of the flower. It waa first brought to Europe in 1554 by the Aostrian ambassador to Tar key. The Darwin tulip was first grown in America abont sixteen years ago. Mr. De Rycke said that the flowers should be planted as flower borders where they may be left after they finish blooming. He stated that the bulb often loses mach of its value, when dug up. by drying out or becoming soft. The perennial bulbs will bloom three or four years when left in the ground. Each member brought spring flowers and there were tulips, lil ies of the valley, iris, and a large Bomber of other garden flowers on display. The membership of the Trl-city Garden club was Increased from 7f to 100 at the meeting yesterday. There has been a long waiting list for membership Into the club and this action has shortened it to a certain extent The time and place for the next meeting will be bald later. ' Endowment Seelety Tear Books Out. Year books have ftecn manea 10 all of the members of the Augusta na Endowment Fund society in wnicn the following program for the year la announced: June 1 Mrs. T. D. Searle, host oss, 2430 Seventh avenue, Rock Is land. Children's music, Mrs. W. O. Oalevee. Sent. 7 Mrs. Andrew Johnson, hostess, 1218 Twenty-fifth avenue, Mollne. Mrs. J. W. Casto in charge of nroeram. ' Pet. 5 Mrs. C. E. Johnson, host ess, 831 Fifteenth street. Rock Is land. Dressmaking demonstration, Miss Emily Anderson. Nov. 2 Mrs. C. W. Foss and Mrs. Paul Gordon Silas, hostesses, 380S Eighth avenue, Rock island. Travelogue, Prof. 1. w. casto, tu. n Ufa William flnmrtls 1 v.... 11 or pn,t,tv, .,, Mollne.' Paper, Mrs. A. F. Schcr ten. Jan. 4 Mrs. J. P. Magnusson and Mrs. Hal Ylngllng, hosteses, 282S) Eleventh-and-a-half avenue, Rock Island. Readings, Mrs. G. Arthur Nelson. Feb. 1 Mrs. Olof Cerrln, hostess, 1400 Tenth avenue. Rock Island. "Indians of Today," Carl J. Wil fcelraien. March 1 Mrs. F. A. Landee, hostess. 1207 Fifth avenue, Molina Readings, Mrs. J. M. Stevenson. Music. Miss Rernice Mason. April 6 Mrs. Louis Ostrom, host ess, 1037 Twenty-flTst street. Rock Island. Annual meeting. Entertainment Program Announced. ; Following aro the numbers to be given tomorrow evening at the first United Presbyterian church at I o'clock at the entertainment which Is being sponsored by the Kate Hill Missionary society: Voice "By the Water ot Mlnnetnnka". . ' Lleurance U'l Boy" Neidlinger f Miss Marjorle Bala. Reading At the Movies" Miss Marie Burgert Piano "An Matin" Godard Miss Gladys Willson. Volet "Love's Garden of Roses" . .Woods "Lassie o' Mine" Walt Miss Jean Greer Reading Belarted Mrs. Gertrude Smith Refreshments will bo served at the conclusion of the numbers and there will be a candy sale held. Farewell Party for Mrs. Bledsoe. Mrs. F. A. Bledsoe of 648 Thirty fifth street, who is leaving this week to join her husband, who is located in Chirkasha. Okla., was , Honored by a farewell party given by the mrmbsri of tha ladies' aux lliary to the Order of Railway Con ductors last evening at the home of Mrs. Vernon Wolfe, 2S08 Seventh venae. Mr. liledsoe is in poor health and the future home will be In Oklahoma During the evening the ladies en- Joyed sociability and Mrs. A. T, Rohweder gnve several very enter taining readings. ' Delicious re freshments were served, the table being decorated with a beautiful bunch of pink roses. Mr. Bledsoe was presented with a farewell gift Dtn the auxiliary. Sponsar Card rarty and Sale. The Plattdeutschen-Schwestern are having a card party and a par cel post sale tomorrow afternoon t Math's hall, to which the general public Is invited. The games of 600 will start at 2:30. and prizes will be awarded to the winners in the games. Bible riass Is Entertained. Mrs. O. A. Anders of 1509 Forty first street, entertained the mem bers ot the Coworkers Bible class of the Centenary Methodist church last evening at her home. Twenty members were present, and a good social time was enjoyed. Miss Leota Edward favored with sev eral piano selections and there wore games to make the evening Pleasantly. The hostess served VatTwahments. The next meeting vil be held June 14 at the home of Sri W. A J R. Woods. 1f.no Thlrtv. l4streaBtB street - I CALEoTTB51 1 - IwMT. " Keek Uaa etaar. e. M. 0. . a. aatariataas by llooat ebaatar. Trt-CUr Woni Press dab Sim Hitlpf at Mattae Me maw alien dob mm at no. Ootlac dub vasklr talwil Onsir daacs. EdaeaUaasl emnatuc ef Betttaar How ksa m lancasm iHIni at Boat la laad dab. TBTBaVAT, Alert tin, Kim's Dwfhlrr' ante wUh Mis Bath GUbmth. 1000 ronr tseatk stmrt. party. Ladr Easlsa apoRaar eud tHy. GndaaUoa ezerrim of Lutheran baa nfUl school ol nurses at First Uitheraa hurea. Motto, followed br neepuoa at lira bona. Music femurs dab nraaram neHinc at In. Alice Atwill's studio, Davenport. Blade dub merts with Mr. A. C. M Bai ler. Uimnori. Mr. A. D. Branch ot Mollne rlnt card norty at Tedrrmoon Obis' dob mm. Mo- line. lor the Sac land ot Barnan rneuaue tent. No. 31, Daughter of Veleraoa. Daoahter ot Norway meet with Mrs. r E. Wood. 1024 U FUteeoth street. Drortisu auxiliarr has meelinr at boss of Mr, w. . Barren,, lo xmneenm rmiDAT, Mr. Frank Mueller of Davenport fives illustrated lectors on "Gardens" at meet ing of orlc department of tha Bock Is land Woman's dub at the Masonic Temple. Silver Cross circle. . King's Daughters. meets with Mrs. W. Q. Griffiths. 1412 Fifteenth avenue. Woman's Trade Union league gives card party. Miss Dorothy Deisenroth. piano. Miss Nellie Anderson, organ, and Miss Esther Peterson, violin, appear in recital at Au- guslana Cbapel. fJATirBDAY. May breakfast of Davenport Women's club at Oultuff club. Mrs. Thomas i. winters, pramaeni 01 the General federation of Women's dubs. KneaKs before Moline Woman's dub at Crnirregational church. Molina, at 8 o'clock. TUESDAY. Fifth district nurses meet. Gannon-JIcGlnlejr Engagement. Mrs. Mary A. McGinley ot 4301 Fourteenth avenue announces the engagement and approaching mar riage of her daughter. Miss Bessie Gertrude, to Leo Edwin Gannon, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gannon of 1432 Thirty-eighth street. The wedding will take place May 19 at the Sacred Heart church. Rev. C V. O'Neill will officiate. There will be a number of pre-nuptial parties to compliment Miss McGinley dur ing the days before her marriage. Give "Old Maid" rarlj. Loyal Daughters of the Second Christian church entertained at a very comical "old maid" party last evening at the home of Mrs. Wil liam Fisher of 627 Thirteenth ave nue. Members came attired as "typical old maids. Games were .enjoyed during the evening and re- irouuieuu wore ocrcu uy me uub' tess at a later hour. The class will r t 1 1 i rs lis rnirii i u r- nuainisaa TiswM i n v on June 14. Information Committee Meets. Miss Pauline Dittman, chairman of the Information committee of tlie tri-cities for the biennial of the National Federation of Musical Clubs, to be held next month, is entertaining her committee at luncheon this noon at 1 o'clock at her home, 1922 Brown street, Dar en port Plans for the committee's work during the biennial will be discussed at the meeting which will be held in connection with the luncheon. Entertainment at Baptist Church. Another of the series of enter tainments sponsored by the Sun day school of the First Baptist church will be held at 7:30 Friday evening at the church. The affair is for all members of the church and school and their friends. Fol lowing is the program which will be given: Reading Miss Marie Burgert Vocal solo Miss Bessie Reiss. Playlett "Her One Proposal." Cast ot Characters. Miss son. Miss Miss Skinner Miss Vera Bron- Pry Miss Kathryn Miller. Perkins Miss Cora Edith Lindley. Miss Robb. Simpkins Miss Gertrude Miss Pettibone Miss Eastland. Esther Deacon Bodkins Harry Van iyie. Billy Louis Moose. Selections Quartet, W. E. Caul petzer, O. L. Smith, Harold Du Bois and Jack Kittelsen. Sponsor Card rarty. Lady Eagles entertained at a card party at the Harms hotel yes terday afternoon when eight tables of 500 were surrounded. Prizes were received by Mrs. D. J. Green of Rock Island, Mrs. F. G. O'Brien of Moline and Mrs. Frank Wagner of Rock Island. Following the games ice cream and cake were served at the small tables. The drill team of the lady Eagles will sponsor a card party Thursday eve ning at Harms hotel. Berker-Glatsteln. A Muscatine wedding, which win bo of interest to many Rock Island people was that of Miss Anna D Glatstein of that city and Orrie L. Becker, formerly of Davenport, but now located in Muscatine. The ceremony was performed at high noon Sunday at the home of the bride's mother. Mrs. Pauline Glat stein. by Rabbi S. Hurewitx. Mrs. D. A. Glatstein attended the bride as matron of honor and Mrs. Ben Finkle and Miss Lottie Glatstein as bridesmaids. O. A. Glatstein and Louis Cohn. the latter of Dav enport, were the bridegroom's at tendants. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to the company of 25 relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. Becker left on a wed ding trip to New Tork. and they will be at home upon their return in Muscatine. Mr. Becker Is well known in the tri-cities. having been, associated with the Tenenbom department store of Davenport for five years. He recently accepted a position as manager of the clothin anri department of the Glatstein stores m naacaune. Me is the son of Mr aad Mrs. A. Becker of that city. Dmvmport Woman , to Address Cric ; Depfartmeat Friday Mrs. Prank Muetler ot Davenport la to be the speaker at the meeting of the erne department of the Rock Island Woman's dab to be held Friday afternoon at the Masonic temple. Her subject m "Gardens," and the department is anxkras to have members of the general club hear this timely talk and see the set of slides which is said to be exceptional. The meeting win start at 2:80. Mrs. C. W. Foes, the new chair man of the civic department en tertained the members ot her ex ecutive, board at a luncheon at bar home, 3808 Eighth a venae., y eater day noon. Covers were laid for 12, all of the members being present Hdlies of the vallwy formed the cen terpiece on the table. Daring the afternoon a business session was held when committees for the year were named. The committees will be announced later. Xeeaeheart Legion Card Party is Successful. Five tables of 600 were played at the card party sponsored by the ladies of Moosebeart legion at Math's hall yesterday afternoon. Three prizes were awarded to those holding highest scores. .A delic ious luncheon was served at the conclusion of the games by Mrs. Edward Cook, Mrs. R. E. McMaster and Mrs. E. J. Humes. The regu lar meeting of Mooseheart legion will be held at Math's hall on Thursday evening, and on May 20 the Loyal Order of Moose No. 190 will entertain at a card party. Recital Greatly Enjoyed. The recital given by the Music Students' club yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Calvary Baptist church for the benefit of the N. F. M. C. biennial funds, was a very beautiful one. The program was given as announced in last evening's Argus with Miss Edna Mitchell and Mrs. Evlan Sargent of Moline, Miss Grace Smith and Walter Paarman taking part There will be one more meeting of the club this year, to be held next Monday with Miss Amelia Huber and a miscellaneous program will be given on that day. Tee-Shaw Club Has Meeting. The Tee-Shaw club was enter tained last night at the home of Miss Sadie Katz, S09 Seventeenth street. Five hundred was played at three tables, prizes being award ed to Miss Fannie Filer, Miss Libby Tictin and Miss Sylvia Slater. Two new members were taken into the club last evening, Miss Rose Nitekman and Miss Rose Cohn. Dancing was enjoyed following the games, and there were musical numbers as well. Late in the eve ning a delicious luncheon was served in the dining room, covers being laid for 12 at the table on which cut flowers formed the cen terpiece. Miss Filer will be hostess to the club at the next meeting on May 24, at her home, 1230 Thir teenth avenue. Mrs. Llitt President Lincoln P.-T.A. in annual and last meeting of the Lincoln parent-teacher associa tion was held yesterday afternoon at the school house. Officers for the coming year were elected as ionows: Chairman Mrs. Richard tiitt Vice chairman Mrs. H. W. Ward. secretary Mrs. C. A. Dunn. Treasurer Mrs. E. H KrelL tjounselor Mrs. Ralph Haver- SUCK. iuo aasociauon nas been very successful the entire year and has Deen very active under Mrs. E. O. vanes leadershin. Following the business session and the various reports from offi cers ana commiue&s a program was given, as announced in last evening's Argus, with the pupils of several grades favoring with, drills ana exercises. Mothers of the sev enth-first pupils were hostesses. A social hour and refreshments ciosea me splendid meeting. Will Have Orange Shower. Alert circle. Kings Daughters will have an orange shower at its regular meeting on Thursday to' be neiu at. me nome ot Miss Ruth Gil- ureaia oi ibuu fourteenth street Members are reminded -to bring materials for quilt blocks and also oranges to be sent to the municipal tuuvicuiusis sanatorium. Forward Society Meets. Mrs. J. Hasselquist of 607 Forty fourth street, entertained the For ward society of Grace. Lutheran and us regular monthly meeting last evening. The members decided to sena a nasaet to some needy fam ily on May 21. Sewing and chat ting occupied the evening hours and refreshments were served by the hostess. On June 14 the so ciety will meet with Mrs. Arthur .eison. Children Learn Kew SflfehM. Members of the Bluebird Sewing circle of Cleland Presbyterian church met yesterday afternoon at " lur ureir regular instruc tive lesson. Mrs. Thomas Hughes taugoi, me youngsters various stitches and instructed them in making doll clothes. The circle wui meet again next week. MJs Wright Hostess to fTah. The P. D. Q. club was entertained last evening at the home of Miss Lucille Wright 612 Thirty-ninth street Three tables of 500 were surrounnea, and a lunch was served following the games. The next meeting will be held May 24. when Jims auiarea Tpiesen will entertain at ber borne, 610 Thirty-ninth Temple Center Sects. fliemoers of Temple Emanuel Center met at the temple in Dav enport last evening for their regu lar business and social meeting. During the business session Diana were made for entertaining at a t-iuca. a inner party on May IS The affair will be for ail center manner aiKt a program will be i bi a mat tune. Following the business session the ranaindar of CD (fo 1 f " L.1J mart.-- J pvt. In . , -!., Vtoa I Qr-i Harlan It .Ln United States champion Davis cup n Vis;i gu u nun couse the evening was devoted to socia bility. The next regular meeting of the Center will be on June 14. Engagement Announced. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Margaret Leone Baker, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Baker of 2314 Twentieth avenue, to . Anthony F. Schebler, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Schebler of 1123 West Sixth street, Daven port The wedding will take place next month. Miss Elwell Helen Mill Hostess. Miss Bess Elwell entertained the Helen Mills circle of Broadway Presbyterian church at her home, 1035 Twenty-third streat, last eve ning. The hostess had charge of the devotionals and Miss Charlotte Huesing presided at the business session. The circle decided to do charity work and at the following meetings the girls will sew for the xvock tsiana welfare association. A program was given at the closa of the business meeting and Miss Helen Clarkson favored with piano numbers and Miss Virginia Les gave three vocal solos. Mrs. J. A. Seaver gave a splendid report of the presbytery at Alexis. One of the features of the evening was the interesting talk on "Japan ese and Chinese Girls on the Pa cific Coast," given by Mrs. John McGown Stevenson. At the close of the meeting the hostess served dainty refreshments. Miss Vera Vernon of 830 Twenty-second street will be hostess to the circle June 14, when an "Indian" program will be given with Miss Sylvia Bennett in charge. Farewell for Miss Heimann. . Miss Edith Heimann was the honoree at a surprise party given by the J. G. Band of South Park Presbyterian church last evening at the home of Mrs. G. E. Brook of 2909 Seventh avenue. The affair was given as a farewell courtesy to Miss Heimann who leaves soon for Waterloo, Iowa. Dancing and games were enjoyed during the evening and delicious refreshments were served at a later hour. Miss Heimann was presented with an "ever-sharp" pencil by the class. Play finch at Meeting. - Island City Court No. 855 met last evening with Mrs. Fern John son of 501 Ninth street Three tables of cinch were played with prizes going to Mrs. Otto Litterest Mrs. Harry Barnes, Fred Barnes and Otto Litterest. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games and an hour of sociabil ity was enjoyed. Mrs. Fred Gavin Gavin of 956 Twentieth avenue will be hostess to the court on June 14. Flan Dinner for Comrades. A committee appointed by Col onel Brackett circle met yesterday afternoon at Memorial hall to make arrangements for the dinner to be served Memorial day to the com rades. Mrs. Lucy Morris was ap pointed chairman of the affair and all otehr patriotic orders of the city will assist There was no other special business. Bee man-Brown. The marriage of Miss Fern Brown, daugther of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Layton of 3301 Eighth street to James A. Beeman of Kansas City, Mo., took place last evening in the annex of the First Baptist Keep Them Smiling with Union Dairy Co. Milk Pure, Clean, Sweet Always Bent for Youngsters. Better for Growa-Cpa. Ask your grocer to supply you u.jin- i whiln Ih. t.n ' worn aratfhinv h. team at the first exhibition matches rauru. 1 church with Rev. J. Clarke Granger performing the ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Beeman were attended by Miss Violet Layton, sister ot the bride, and Mrs. Lililan Layton. The bridal couple will make their new home on a farm near Kansas City. Social Anaonneementa. The ladies aid society of the Centenary Methodist church will meet tomorrow afternoon at the church. Mrs. Meta DeBord and Mrs. Gladys Rich will be the host esses, and it is hoped that all the members of the society will make a special effort to attend. Miss Helen Gustafson, 1223 Twen tieth street, will be hostess to the young ladies' missionary society of Memorial Christian church tomor row evening. Miss Mae Black burn will be in charge of the les son study and all members are urged to be present. The May meeting of Lowell parent-teacher association has been postponed from tomorrow to May 18, when Fathers' night will be ob served. A program is being ar ranged for the occasion and an in vitation is extended to all friends of the school. The Kingsbury W. C. T. U. will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. D. J. Witt, 1323 Twenty-fifth avenue. MANNING MADE TENTH BISHOP Sector ef Trinity Church Conse crated to Episcopte of Hew Tort Diocese. New Tork, May 11. Distinguish ed church men from all parts of the country gathered today at the Cathedral of St John the Divine, to witness ceremonies attending the consecration ot Rev. Dr. William T. Manning, rector of Trinity parish. as tenth bishop of the Protestant Episcopal diocese of New York. He succeeds Bishop Charles Sumner Burch, who died recently after a year's service in that office. Right Rev. Daniel S. Tuttle, bish op of Missouri, was chief conse crator. He has consecrated 80 oth er bishops. Assembling in Synod hall, a few yards from the cathedral, the pre lates were led in procession by a crucifier carrying a large gold cross which glimmered in the bright sunshine, reflecting the rays into the faces of thousands of smartly dressed men and women massed on the lawns. Uncovered heads were bowed in reverence as high dignitaries of the church walked slowly toward the cathedral, on the heights command ing a view of the palisades. Twenty-seven bishops of the American church, marching in the procession, wore their black cas socks and white surplices bordered with the purple, blue and red of their degrees. Around their necks and streaming to the waists were red silken stoles, richly embroid ered with gold. Eastern Orthodox. Also in line were a balf dosen bishops of Eastern Orthodox churches, wearing; their bright hue 8p - I V " - ) BY EL0ISE. Weddings are once more occu pying the center of the stage. May and Jane are the true bridal i iuuuuib auia uus utaua uwa. ui uran- 1 Blue. 1S1L, lu j ofd8d,taetbin eramUtrank.'for -Jth -nH mn. fa.hionahle gowns as approved by Paris are made of lace. It is always so sat isfying to- have one's gown men tioned as an "heirloom in the bride's family''. Pictured here is a draped gown which relies on the beauty of the lace and the grace of the draping to give it the needed lines and style, for it has no trimming save a spray of orange blossoms at the waist. The veil, too, is unusual. for it is of lace instead of the or dinary tulle and falls from a dia dem of orange blossoms to the Lip line in front and to the hem in the back in a most oriental- style. It is a particularly good arrangement for the tall girl who does not want to add to her height by the cap and puff veils. of the Orient Near them came a long line of Protestant clergy and two rabbis. Surpliced choirboys and two score laymen, also were in line. Among the laymen were J. P. Morgan, trustee of the Episcopal fund. Franklin D. Roosevelt for mer assistant secretary of the navy, and Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, president ot Columbia university. Near the head of the procession a flag carried the stars and stripes. THE HUB LADIES' SHOP "Women Clothes That Are Different' . NOW! The Seasons Greatest Suit p HOOSE from the finest suit stock in the tri-cities. . Every Jjv one exclusive Hub Ladies' Shop model S style included. No restrictions; no limitations. , . 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Ann and Betty were recently indisposed, Betty with the measles and Ann from an operation for appendicitis. Charlie Murray wants it known Sal Save $15 to $55 on Your Suit 20 Off 25 Off 33V Off Vfc Off On Every Suit in This Shop SOL MORITZ IT DAVENPORT fa Me"'8 St0re 10 Ladies' Shop-Second Floor. Davenport, Iowa on board the liner on which she sallei that he was born In Laurel, Inl, In the year 1872. That makes Char lie an "I-A" (Irish-American) and 49 years old. Robert Cain, who is appearing in "The Witching Hour" is cast in the role of an arch-crook in Mack Sennett's "Heart-Balm." . "The Payment" is Corrine Grif fith's current vehicle. Webster Campbell, her husband, will direct the making of the picture. Elsie Ig Yenaifle, In her latest Paramount picture, "Footlights," which is now in pro duction at Paramount's eastern studio, Elsie Ferguson has a splen did opportunity to show her versa tility. 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