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THE ARGUS.; SATURDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1908.
THE ARGUS DAILY FASHION HINT
The Best and Most Sensible Christmas Gift.
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EVERYTHING MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
OPEN EVERY': EVENING
UNTIL CHRISTMAS I
' A DIRECTOIRE COAT-DRESS.
With all the grace and slender lines of a daintily cut frock, this costume
has Really the warmth of an out-of-door garment and may be worn over a
shirtwaist if desired. The frock fastens all the way down the front like a
coat, the big draped silk girdle, carried around to the back, giving the ef
fect of a dress rather than a coat. The jabot of pleated net is a neck ar
rangement much favored just now.
Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will '
be Kindly received and published. But
In either ease the identity ot the sender
must be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices must bear sig
nature and address.
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Afternoon Card P3rty. Mrs. John
Mudge at her homo, 754 Seventeenth
street .entertained a company of lad
ieet yesterday, '-afternoea at. a cacd
party, 'TOO" being the game. Mrs. E.
Warneckc icok the first prize, Mrs.
David Xoftsker the second prize and
Mrs. Jcnks the consolation favor. The
house wa3 decorated in Christmas
greenery an i red and white carnations.
At 5 o'clock a nice course lunch was
served. The hostess was assisted by
Mrs. Arthur Salzman, Mrs. Arthur
Huesing and Mrs. Fred DaFoe.
, League Studies Food The Woman's
National Progressive league was enter
tained yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Holta on Fifth street and
$( Diamonds i
Twenty-first avenue, Moline. The
ladies took up the study of foods and
yesterday afternoon studied the qual
ity, quantity and price of foods now
compared with the conditions a few
years ago. Mrs. Sieghartner was th
afternoon leader anf the members
took part iu the discussion. The ladies
are reading "Cupid Farrows" and reail
a chapter n the book also. Refresh
ments were served during the after
noon and the meeting adjourned to
meet Jan. S. with Mrs. Verhale, 442$
Fourteenth avenue. The topic for
this meeting will be "Industry."
Phillips-Hsnsen. Miss Carrie Heleu
Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Hansein of 1213 Third avenue, and
Archie D. rhillips. son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Phillips of 517 Thirtieth
street were married yesterday after
noon at the home of Rev. O. W. Law
rence, pastor of the Christian church
at Decatur rnd formerly pastor of tha
Memorial Christian church this city.
Rev. Mr. Lawrence performing tho
ceremony. Mr. Phillips has been em
ployed in the office of the Modern
Woodmen for the past eight years.
Mrs. Phillips has been employed at the
rihhon counter of McCabe's and is a
member of the Memorial Christian
church choir. They will make their
home as Fejervary park inn during the
Luxurious Turkish chairs and rockers.
Our stock of these chairs Is larger and
better than ever before. One, similar
to cut, upholstered in genufhe leather.
full spring seat and back, very cod-
. fortable for
Upholstered in chase leather
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This bed Davenport was bought especially to sell for $25.00. It
large and handsome, similar to cut, upholstered in attractive art
Tapestry, steel constructed, De st on tempered ateei springs, nae
larg wardrobe in seat
Holiday Sale price, only
We show a beaitiful
line of parlorvcabfhets.
A good one finished in
Here i3 a chance for everybody to get
a Morris chair. We are offering a reg
ular $8.50 Morris chair, upholstered in
chase leather, back and seat, beauti
fully carved arms and finished golden,
for I . E?
It 'will pay you to see our
leather Morris Chairs.
Pedestal Extension Table.
Diamonds such as Lebolt ifft
ports arc ideal Christmas presents.
You must have confidence in
the house where you buy dia
monds Lebolt is the cn!y
direct diamond importer in
Chicago. x- We manufacture all
our own settings, thus giving you
tthe best workmanship, and saving
you all middleman's profits.
We have everything in jewelry,
watches, silverware, etc.
Buy Your Gifts
' If you can't come to Lebolt's
yourself write for a catalog.- You
can select intelligently for there is
a photograph of each article, show
ing exactly what you are buying
Lebolt guarantees the quaiity.
As wc have separate catalogs
fof leach line, please tell us what
you think of buying.
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Diamond importers, Silversmith, .
. Manufacturing Jewellero.
State & Monroe Sts. Chicago
Palmer llnnm Block
IU3 rin Filled. Accantta MficiteJ witk ' j
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Pretty Birthday Party. Miss Fannie
Pollock was the hostess to a pretty
birthday party given at her home, 311
Twentieth street, Thursday evening.
The evening was spent in Kames and
music, the music being furnished .by
Miss Bessie Frlestat, ' Master Leo
Frceae, Master Isreal Pollock and Miss
Bertha Pollock. In a guessing contest
Miss Bessie Friestat won first prize
and Elliot Oskes of Davenport booby.
After this a delicious luncheon was
served. Mis Mary Harris, Miss Beth
Schneider, Mrs. Trefz and Mrs. Flor
ence Lee assisted. The guests left
many beautiful tokens as a remem
brance of the day. ,
McConnsII-Cox. The marriage of
Miss Florence M. Cox, and Charley W.
McConneil took place Wednesday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of M r.
and Mrs. Leonard Huss at Scars, Rev.
D. McLeisch of the Methodist church
of Milan officiated in the presence of
a large company of guests. Miss Bes
sie Peepler was the bridesmaid and
William Wochner was the best man,
little Miss Mabel McConneil acted as
ring bearer, carrying the ring in a
white lily. The wedding march was
played by Miss Delia Pate. Mr. Mc
Conneil is a farmer near Milan and he
and his bride will make their home in
Shower for Miss Gaetje Miss Wil
hemina Dressen at her home, 1007
Seventeenth street, was , the hostess
last evening at a linen shower .for
Miss Anna Gaetje, whose marriage
takes place the last of the month: The
afTair was attended by a company of 1(5
young ladies who presented the bride
to be with a number of handsome gifts
of linen. The evening was spent play
ing hearts, the prizes going to Misses
Alpia Benson, Mabel Kerr and Anna
Hammerich. The games were follewed
by a nice course lunch. The house
was deedraled in Christmas trimmings.
Watch-Party for K. of The en
tertainment committee of the Knights
Elegant buffet, one of the
latest designs, an exceptional
value, genuine quarter sawed
oak, roomy drawers, large
French mirror, hand rubbed
finish, and very massive
only . . $17.00
Don't fail to see our display
of buffets, everyone Is a bargain.
No better example could be givsn of this store's continued
Underselling. Think of it a beautiful round extension table
with colonial base finished In a beautiful flake grain oak
has all the style and elegano oX a
$20.00 table. Our special price
We show the largest line of round tables In the tri -cities
Beautiful parlor rock
ers . make handsome
gifts. We show over
200 different styles.
ake grain oak . Z Z1
$13.50 sr.:?:.. $2.25
Made of solid oak
and elaborately carv
handsome and extra
"well made. Has
French beveled mir
ror in back and
glass door. This is a'
Remarkable at the Price.
You will find our parlor suits the best kind of values.
Our entire second floor devoted to par
lor furniture. 3 piece suits from ?S5 down to
In either genuine Mahogany
or quarter-sawed oak. similar
to cut. beautifully hand carv
ed. This chair is strictly high
class. A bargain at
$15.00. Price now .
Stewart Steel Rancs. parior Davenports.
Massive and beautiful
ly finished China closet
of solid oak, has bent
glass sides, very roomy,
A china closet is an
gift. Price $13.95
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Have no equal when It comes to
economy in full, and good baking,
Stewart ranges lead. Every good
cook has one, have you?
show you these won
derful stoves. Price
Exclusive agents for the celebrated
KARPEN Furniture, Karpen parlor
davenport in genuine Sterling leather
Let us; or Panne plush, make excellent gifts.
35.50 Tf". . $45.00
Globe Wernicke. '
"Elastic" Book Cases sold at factory
prices, Furnished, in quarter-sawed
Oak, and Mahogany eight different
finishes dull and polished. See our
special holiday display.
Here is the best value ever offered. A
! genuine Chase leather couch, uphol
stered over best steel springs, heavy
' frame, very massive
Our entireJine of dining
chairs must be closed out.
Prices have beeu cut to
one-third their regulnr
values. Here is a bargair.
A set ,ot 6 chairs.
Corner 16th St. and 2nd Ave.
Rock Isiand, Illinois
at the K. C. hall on New Year's eve.
The invitalions for the affair have not
yet been issued but only members will
be invited. The evening will be spent
' , Time Is Worth Reading. .
Leo F. vZelinski, of C8 Gibson St.,
Buffalo, N. Y., says: "I cured the most
annoying cold sore I ever had, with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ' I applied this
salve occe a day for two days, whea
every trace of the sore was gone.
of Columbus has arranged for a New Heals all sores. Sold under guarantee
Year's watch party which will be held; at a?l druggists.;. 25c ' . ;
STEIN PARTY IS v
A GREAT SUCCESjS
As Result of Entertainment, Elks Now
Have in Club Rooms a Beautiful
v ; s Collection.
. The stein room at the Elk club
rooms was fitted up admirably as a re
sult of the siein party held lasf even
ing and there is a number, and variety
of unique steins in the room-now" hard
to duplicate in any room in the coun
try. : About 125 members of the club
were present last evening at the party
and each of them added a stein to the
collection. A very interesting pro
gram was given after the serving of
refreshments which consisted of pig's
tails, sau3rkraut, weinerworsts and
sandwiches. The German band of this
city was on the program and its antlfcs
and music incited the listeners t . to hour.
continuous bursts of laughter. Mr. and
Mrs. Melville Coleman,, two musical ar
tists; gave a concert on the piano and
banjo, which was wonderful for the
harmony and melody produced from
but two Instruments, v Robert. R. Rey
nolds acted as toastmaster for the eve
ning and he called upon a number of
the members for informal speeches.
Several Elks from Chicago,. New York
and other distant points who happened
to be in the city for the occasion were
called upon lor short talks and the
! party did cot break up until a late
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