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THE ROCK; ISUAND ARGUS, FIUPAY, MARCH 25, 1910.
. " l t Schnare-Breede.
At noon yesterday, at the home of
(he-bride. 612 Ripley street, Daven
port. Revj R. K. Atkinson performed
the ceremony which united In mar
riage Fred W. Schnare and Miss Lil
ian Mae Breede. The wedding was
witnessed only by immediate rela
tes and Intimate friends. After the
ieremony an elaborate wedding din
L. 8. McCabe & Co.
I': Saving and Helpful Be
fore Easter Specials
i 1,000 yards corset cover embroideries, ready at 10
o'clock and till sold, yard, 10.
I ! . 3 o'clock and till sold, cambric embroidery edges, 10
inches wide; half price, at, yard, 12 l-2.
; ' Ladies' Richelieu ribbed, pure white, long sleeves', 25c
'. " values, all day, 17.
i 'i 12 dozen men's 50c Four in ''Hand ties, new Easter
i'i shades, all day, 25.
r; Great value in men's Chamoisette gloves latest New
I York fashion washable, all sizes, pair, Jjjl.OO.
? ; Ladies Gauntlet, hand-embroidered silk gloves, . tan
shades only, $1.75 value Saturday, pair, 9S. ;
25c Ribton Sensation
; : 25c Ribbon Sensation. Saturday we offer 200 pieces
: of messaline-tafteta plain ribbon, all colors, at 25c a yard,
that are worth about double buy all you can use at the
r price it's a rare opportunity, yard, 25.
THESE are Paris days in McCabe's great
millinery section. Adaptations and mod
ifications of the French modes to suit
American women for Easter wear.
Npvelty Easter Veilings
Came in Yesterday.
The Mettalia Dot is the newest Paris craze it's a
rich black veiling with jetted dots New Hexagon meshes,
white on black and black on white veilings, beautiful
qualities of chiffon veilings, 23 to $1.50 yard.
Special Corset Values
Just to remind you about the three styles, $1.50 Regis
corset values for Saturday at 00c and $1.00 and the $2.00
values for $1.50, the $2.50 and $3.00 ones for $2.00 and
$2.50, you'll not want to miss these. "
Then there are the 25c and 35c hose supporters for
15, all day and evening Saturday.
Women's extra special
silk lisle hose, double heels
and toes, the regular 25c
grade, pair, 17.
Silk umbrella?, best para
frames, choice handle?, one
to a customer, all day Satur
day, JM each.
Step into a pair of these
new Regis Oxfords at Mc
Cabe's and the appearance
of your Easter costume is
New Pearl top hat pins,
25c ones, 16.
Gold filled beauty pins, 2
on card, at half price,
"Little Brother of the
Rich," big $1.50 novel, by
' Medill Patterson, first
Colgate's Cashmere Bou
quet and LaFrance Rose
Perfumes, always 38c, Sat
urday, per oz., 22.
Braid pins, shell or am
Special Easter Handkerch'fs
Ladies lace edge pure linen handkerchiefs, 15 each.
Pure linen cross bar handkerchiefs, with or without
hand-embroidered corners, 10.
Ladies' pure fine spun linen handkerchiefs with hand
embroidered corners, 25 each.
New Dutch collars and Jabots, just received, 25
, Special values for . tomorrow. i
Ladies Kid Gloves For Easter
Beautiful new colors just received get your gloves
fitted early in the day. Extra help for tomorrow.
ner was served, handBome floral de
signs trimming the rooms and table.
Both the contracting parties are well
known and prominent In social cir
cles of the three cities. The groom
is a son of Mr.' and Mrs. William
Schnare, who have for many years
resided in this vicinity. He has prac
ticed law for nearly three years. The
bride is a daughter of Mrs. D. H.
Tinsel and other new fan
cv belts, always 75c and
$1.00, Saturday, only 50.
New handbags with
French grey metal frames,
big Saturday bargain, Sj$l.
American cut glass nap
pies, assorted designs, in
deep rich cuttings, $1.00
value, Saturday, G5.
White Porcelain handled
teacups and saucers, Satur
day, set of 6, 29.
The Jupiter inverted gas
burners, complete ready to
light just for Saturday,
Smoky City wall paper
clearer, the kind that cleans,
3 large cans for 25
Green label varnish stain,
in most all colors, Saturday
pint cans, 25.
Buy a box of fine Easter
candy for some favored one
at McCabe's on Saturday
and note the satisfaction.
IN THE EVENING.
Breede and the late John H. Breede,
who was formerly a prominent busi?
nesa man in Davenport. . She Is a
graduate of the Davenport high
school and the vTeachers Training
school, having recently resigned her
position as teacher in the Harrison
school. Mr. and Mrs. Schnare left
last night for St. Paul to spend sev
eral days, and from there will pro
ceed to Great Falls, Mont., where
Mr. Schnare has arranged to prac
tice his profession and engage in the
farm loan business.
Etude dub Meeting.
A miscellaneous meeting of tbe
Etude club was held at the home of
Mrs. Winecke 1912 Grand avenue,
Davenport, yesterday afternoon. The
program was in charge of Mrs.. Wln
ecke and Mrs. Littig, and was excep
tionally fine. - The attendance was
large and enthusiastic, demanding en
cores for most of the numbers. Dainty
refreshments were served. The fol
lowing is the program as carried out:
Piano "Aus Slungeln des Gesanges"
Vocal 'Unto Thy Heart" Alliston
Mrs. Applequist. Violin obligato, Miss
Piano MInuetto Schervoso
Miss Norma Wlese.
(a) "D'une Prison" Hahn
(b) "Das Kraut Vergessenhelt"
(c) Jai Marche Treute Ans. . .Fabre
Miss Claire Haase.
Minuet Op. 14 Paderewakl
Miss House, Miss Williams, Miss
Stolley, violins; Miss Munger,
celloMrs. Van Duzer, cornet;
Miss Haafe, piano. -
(a) "Bs war ein Koenlg in Thule"
(b) "Serenade" Strauss
Mrs. Henry Matthey.
(a) ) Romance Swendsen
(b) Serenade .Barbi
(a) "Greeting- Hawley
(b) "In the Garden, from Love's
Epitome" ..Mary Slater
Mrs. Alfred Mueller.
Overture "Barber of Seville". Rossini
Farewell Surprise Party.
The members of the Ladies Aid so
ciety of Spencer Memorial Methodist
church gave asurprlse party for Mrs.
Dan Hart we 11, who leaves with her
family April 1 for future residence in
Oklahoma, yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Andrew Olson,
4503 Eighth avenue. The ladies
assembled at the home and Mrs.
Hartwell was sent for, being much
surprised to find the ladles assembled
to bid her farewell. A short program
was given, Miss McMlehels giving sev
eral instrumental numbers. Miss An
derson recited, Chester Olson gave a
violin solo and Mrs. W.Ev Hill recited.
Refreshments were served. " Mrs.
Hartwell was presented with a beau
tiful hand painted plate, an Inscription
from the donors being Jmrned in the
back of the plate.
Celebrate Wedding Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Olson at their
home, 1032' Fifteenth street, enter
tained a company of about 3 5" friends
last evening In celebration of their
ninth wedding anniversary. Five
hundred was played, the first prizes
being won by Mr. and Mrs. Prlester,
second prizes by Mrs. Bengston of
Moline and Mr. Thompson, and third
prizes by Mrs. Woodyatt and Mr.
Talty of Moline. A course wedding
dinner was served.- Mr. Bengston in
behalf of the company presented Mrs.
Olson with six hand painted plates.
G. A. II. Camp Fire.
Graham Post, G. A. R., Moline, is
completing arrangements for the
camp fire Friday, April 1. Invita
tions have been extended to -tJJ
posts of Rock Island and Davenport,
to the Relief Corps, and to Moline
camp of the Sons of Veterans. As
surance has been received rfrom C.
Hayes of Jollet, department com
mander of Illinois, that he will be
present, and a splendid meeting is
Sale and Dinner.
The Ladles' auxiliary of the Rock
Island Humane society will conduct a
An Offer Backed by One of Our
Most Reputable Con
cerns. We pay for all the medicine used
during the trial, If our remedy fails
to completely relieve you of con
stipation. We take all the risk. Vou
are not obligated to us in any way
whatever, if you accept our offer.
That's a mighty broad statement, but
we mean every word of it. v Could
anything be more fair for you?
A most scientific, common-sense
treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which
are eaten like candy. Their active
principle is a recent scientific discov
ery that is odorless, colorless and
tasteless; very pronounced, gentle
and pleasant in action, and particu
larly agreeable in every way. This
ingredient does not cause diarrhoea,
nausea, flatulence, griping or any in
convenience whatever. Rexall Or
derlies are particularly good for chil
dren, aged and delicate persons.
If you suffer from " chronic or
habitual constipation, or the asso
ciate or dependent chronic, ailments,
we urge you to try Rexall Orderlies
at our risk. Remember you can get
them in Rock Island only at our
store. Twelve tablets 10 cents; 36
tablets 25 cents the Rexall store.
The' Thomas Drug company.
ASSAULT ON TRAIN
Drunken Man Attacks Conduc
tor and Traveling Salesman
on Rock Islarid.
BEATEN TO STATE OF QUIET
Obstreperous Individual, When Ar
raigned in Police Court, In
sists Name is John Doe.
Peoria, March 25. (Special.) Bat
tered beyond recognition and barely
able to speak, John Seymour, 24 years
old, who in & vicious condition caused
by too much attention to King Boze
made a wanton assault on Conductor
William Hitchcock and a traveling
man named R. L. Sweetman on the
Rock Island train bound west yester
day morning, was brought to Peoria
and taken to the county Jail by Deputy
Sheriff Gus Hurff last night.
Information was sworn out by
State's Attorney Scholes yesterday af
ternoon against John Doe, the man's
real name being unknown. Complaint
was made by William Ohl and Con
ductor Hitchcock of this city. Mr.
Ohl explained to the state's attorney
that when the train was just about a
half mile out from Prince viile the man
pulled off his coat, muttering the
threat that he would "clean them all
out." Walking up to Conductor
Hitchcock he struck at him. " Hitch
cock dodged the blow and returned
another, landing Seymour into a seat.
Abashed, the drunken man remained
quiet for a few minutes and until the
conductor was out of sight.
Breaka Traveler's Note.
Without warning he then walked up
to Mr. Sweetman, a traveling sales
man, who was reading a paper and
unaware of Seymour's intention. With
a terrific swing Seymour landed a
blow on Sweetman's nose, breaking
th4 bone and cutting the main artery
to the nose. Bleeding profusely and
in agonizing pain Sweetman grabbed
his assailant by the throat, landing
blow after blow on the man's face.
At Wyoming Seymour was taken
charge of by the police and Mr. Sweet
man was given medical attention.
Deputy Sheriff Hurff was sent after
Seymour yesterday afternoon. Sey
mour's home i3 in Ohio. He is a
painter and was on his way to Toulon.
sale of fancy and useful articles at the
y. M. C. A. Tuesday, March 29. Din
ner will be served from 11:30 till 2
o'clock and the . sale will continue
throughout the day. The ladies have
been busy sewing ell winter and they
have many useful articles prepared
for sale. The proceeds will be used
for the furthering of humane work.
Altar Society Meeting.
The Altar society of Grace Lutheran
church met with Bert Wennerstrom,
4111 Seventh avenue, last evening.
Plans were made for giving a sociable
at the church on the evening of April
5 and in connection with which there
will be a program. Books were also
given out to each member to collect
money for the altar fund. A short
social session followed and lunch was
Coffee for Bethany Home.
The house committee of Bethany
home will conduct a coffee tomorrow
afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock at the
home of the president of the Bethany
home board, Mrs. W. C. Bennett, 630
Twenty-fifth street, Moline. The pro
ceeds from the sale of the coffee will
be given to the home. The public is
Court of Honor Party.
Court of Honor 31 held another
successful card party yesterday af
ternoon at K. C. hall. In the games
of cinch prizes were won by Mrs.
Ward, Davenport, first. Mrs. C.
Theus second. Mrs. J. Husband third,
and Mrs. Ed Johnson third. The
court will conduct another party on
the afternoon of April 14.
Close Charter May 24.
The Woodmen of the World are
making arrangements for closing the
charter May 24 at Math's hall. The
Davenport degree "team will put on
the initiation work for a large class
to be Initiated at that time. Re
freshments will be served and a so
cial time enjoyed.
1 Thirty Club Party.
There were 40 couples present at
the Thirty club dancing party last
evening at Industrial hall. It was
an open party for the members of
the club and their friends. " The
dance numbers were played by the
Apron Sale and Coffee.
The Ladles' Sewing society of Aiken
street chapel conducted an apron sale
and coffee Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. A. Reid, 520 Sixteenth
street. The ladies cleared- 5.60 which
will be given to the chapel.
Swastika Club to Meet.
The Swastika club will meet Tues
day afternoon with Mrs. Charles Ma
haffey, 911 Forty-fourth street
Saved a Soldier's Life.
Facing death from shot and shell in
the civil war was more agreeable to
J. A. S,tone, of Kemp. Tex., than
facing It from what doctors said was
consumption. "I contracted a stub
born cold," he writes, "that develop
ed a cough, that stuck to me in spite
of all remedies for years. My weight
ran down to IS!) pounds. 'Then I be
gan to use Dr. King's Discovery,
which completely cured me. I now
weigh 178 pounds." For coughs,
colds, grip, asthma, hemorrhage,
hoarseness, croup, whooping cough
and lung trouble. It's supreme. 50
cents, $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar
anteed by all druggists. . ,
We have never been better prepared to meet the demands of the fashionably
dressed public than this season. Our stock of Sprin g Footwear is complete, com
prising the newest styles. Our prices are lower than elsewhere. Why? ' Because
we believe in quick sales and small profits, thereby giving our customers the bene-
fit of sharing in savings of dollars.
Ladies' fine pnmpB, with ankle
straps, in tan, gun metal and
patent colt, all late
designs $2.00 and $2.50
Ladies' fine oxfords, in tan,
brown and patent colt, military
heels, plain or tip. latest styles,
in button or
lace $2.00 to $3.00
Ladles' kid oxfords, in' black
and brown . .k 98c and up
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BACK TO EARTH.
Old Jabez Jones he used to say
He'd not be satisfied
Until he got a hoss some day
Whose speed would be his pride.
And when he got the hoss he said
He could not rest serene
Until he got a car that sped
By force of gasoline.
And when he got his motor car,
Its pleasures all proved vain;
He cried, "How small such trifles are!
I want an aeroplane.
Alas! How swift ambition flies
And buoyantly uplifts
Till we forget to duly prize
Life's simple natural gifts!
The "rheumatls" caught Jabez Jones
And caused his joints to balk,
And now he'd be right glad, he owns,
To get a chance to walk!
Kerler & Co. make rugs.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
For bus and express, Spencer & Trefz.
Jewel and quick meal gasoline
stoves at Allen,- Myers & Co.'s, the
'u,f mm X'
gTTJOUSE r BROS
Next Door to Mc
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HARPER HOUSE BLOCK
finest and moet complete line in the
Fresh may sausage at Schroeder's.
Frebh dressed chickens at Schroe
Dressed chickens at H. Tremann's
Fresh dressed chickens at H. Tre
Plenty of fresh eggs at 20 cents a
dozen at Schroeder's.
LaVanway buys and sells every
thing. Telephone west 247.
City property, farm lands. L. A. Pol
land. 314 Safety building.
Get Allen, Myers & Co.'s bid on
your plumbing and heating.
Let William Johnson do j our tin and
furnace work. 1316 Third avenue.
Just step Into a pair of those beau
tiful Oxfords tomorrow at McCabe's.
H. T. . Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work. 152C-152S Fourth ave
nue. Garden hose, nozzles and all the
"fixins' " for same at Allen, Myers
Lawn mowers, all sizes, styles and
prices; from $2.50 to $12, at Allen,
Myers & Co."
You'll not forget the special offer
Our Easter Showing' of
HIGH ART" CLOTHING
For which we are exclu
sive agents in Rock Island,
includes all the season's
very latest styles and col
ors. Each garment is a
model of perfection when
it comes to style, work
manship and fit.
"High Art" clothing is
made to please men of all
tastes, from the quiet,
conservative dresser to
the-, young fellow who
likes a garment of swag
ger cut and fancy finish.
"High Art" clothing looks right when you buy it and
stays right after you wear it.
Easter Furnishings, too; the best of their kind at the
right prices. Give us a trial.
Men's fine oxfords, in Russian
calf, gun metal and patent colt,
built on the newest lasts. In
lace $3.00 and $3.50
Men's ox-blood and vici kid
oxfords $2.00 and $25
Men's patent colt shoes, latest
styles $2.00 and up
Dont fall to see our line of
boys' and girls' oxfordi,
ings on the famous Regis corsets on
Saturday at McCabe's.
Try Mrs. Austin's buckwheat flour.
Makes dandy cakes with the genuine
flavor. Ask your grocery
Easter handkerchiefs In all the
dainty designs are fresh and attract
ively priced at McCabe's.
You'll buy your Easter candles on
Saturday at McCabe's If you want the
very best, most modestly priced.
Good old fashioned cakes are made
from Mrs. Austin's buckwheat flour.
Fresh goods now at your grocers.
The Rock Island second hand store
has removed from 2025 Fourth avenue
to 1816 Third avenue, next door to
Bartlett's tea store.
Get your new refrigerator at Allen,
Myers & Co.'s. They have a full line
of plain, enameled or porcelain lined
and in all sizes and prices to suit
everybody's taste and pocket book.
BETA fU'C Peosta
iALil D Soap
Cleans by Soaking
Rock Island, III.