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THE KOC1C ISLAND AKGTJSy FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1910.
Wednesday afternoon at 4:80 o'clock
it the parsonage "of Holy Cross Luth
eran church was solemnized the mar
riage of Miss Emma Wehinger, daugh
ter of M. Wehinger. to O. W. BoMt,
Bon of Mrs. J." J. Boldt, both of Daven
port, the ceremony being performed by
the Rev. Mr. Studt of Rock Island In
the absence of Rev. Mr. Greif. The
bride's dress was cream lansdown and
her maid of honor wore pink silk. A.
H. Miller served the groom as best
man. A wedding dinner was served af
ter the ceremony at the home of the
groom's mother, 713 West Seventh
street, Davenport, only the immediate
relatives being present. Mr. Boldt is
one of the prominent young contract
FINE 25c TOOTH BRUSHES,
WASHABLE DRESS SHIELDS,
FULL POUND CAN of Alrfloat
talcum powdr, oc size . -15
Last day for $1 and $1.25 foulard silks at 58c a yd. 58c
WOMEN'S WASH DRESSES
In a great and decisive clearance. Saturday
will be a feast day in the women 's
wash dress section.
All the Lawn and Ging
ham dresses that were $3.50,
$4.00 and up to $5.95 will
be sold on Saturday at just
All the $13.50, $15.00 and
$16.50 wash dresses, made
up in best styles of such. ma
terials as rough and smooth
linens, poplins, and dainty
mulls are marked for a
quick goodbye at just $6.50
QUEEN BRAND FINE MUSLIN CAMBRIC PER YARD 10
GOOD QUALITY CHECK APRON GINGHAMS, PER YARD ..4y2
BLEACHED DOMET SHAKER FLANNEL, PER YARD 5
Sample pairs women's hose, Lord & Taylor's celebrat
ed Onyx brand, 50c, 69c and 75c qualities, while 20 doz
en last, per pair, 34.
FINE CHINA WATER PITCH
ERS, assorted sizes, large vari
ety of decorations, up to $1.00
value, choice 58
THIN BLOWN TABLE TUMBLERS, needle etched designs, the $1.25
dozen kind, per set of six . 39
Women's and Misses' Parasols, just 43 left, worth
$1.00 and up to $3.00, some are a little soiled, pick 'em
out yourself at 50.
4 Big Shoe Specials Tomorrow
Men's oxfords, worth $4-00
and $5.00, Saturday, 1.98.
Women's oxfords mostly
small sizes, Saturday, 0K
Saturday Is the last day of
the 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
on the mussed and tossed fan
cy linens. Lota of very hand
some pieces left Pick as you
choose and take Just a QUAR
Stevena bleached pure linen
crash Saturday all day and
evening, 9e yard, yes 9.
$22 Brass Bed .
More of these fine all brass
beds have Just been received,
in full and size, satin or pol
ished finish, special while they
last only , $10.95
ors of Davenport. The young couple
will leave Saturday for a wedding trip
west. They will be at home to their
friends after Sept. 15, at 1221 Wash
ington street, Davenport.
Prize Winners at Eagles Party.
The winners of prizes at the party
given by the Ladies' auxiliary of the
Eagles yesterday afternoon at the
Eagles' home were Mrs. C. Theus,
first; Mrs. Eastland, second; Mrs.
Faust, third, and Mrs. Henry Stelk,
fourth. Cinch was the game and We
party was well attended.
Victor Nitzel and Miss Louise Leb
bert, both of Moline, were married
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the
PLAIN AND CARVED shell
braid pins, pair 15
WASH DRESS GOODS in-odds
and ends, remnants, broken lots,
etc., to close quick, a yard 5
All the Madras, Mull,
Linen and Poplin Wash
dresses that were $10.00 to
$12.50. are marked now
just $4.50. '
The $19.00, $22.50 and
$25.00 dresses, made in tu
nic effects, panel fronts, etc..
and of the finest imported
linen crash, linen mull,
Swiss, etc. all at one grand
clean-up price, at $9.50.
7 PIECE GLASS KITCHEN
SETS, with air tight aluminum
screw tops, sold regularly at
90c, Saturday 60
Boys' shoes and oxfords, Sat
Girls' shoes and oxfords, Sat
Saturday morning, 10 dozen
of those big nice huck towels
at 7c each, 7
Great big center pieces, three
rows of drawn work, 30 inches
square, nicely hemstitched 42c,
Foot Stool 59c
This handsome ' foot stool
exactly as pictured. Heavy solid
oak legs and frame, with genu
ine leather top, in the early
English finish, while 50 last,
only ........... .........59
in the Evenino
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parsonage of the United Presbyterian
churuch, the pastor, the Rev. W. H.
Story, performing the ceremony. The
young people were attended by Miss
Freeda Lebbert, sister of the bride,
and Michael Brown. The bride vis
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Leb
bert, 1333 Twenty-fourth avenue, Mo
line. Mr. Nitzel is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Nitzel. 1900 Fifteenth
street, Moline. He is ait assistant fore
man at the, Moline Wagon company
plant and he and his bride will make
their home In Moline.
Shower for Miss Hightower.
Miss Nettie Auwarter entertained
a number of her young lady friends
from the three cities last evening at
a linen shower for Miss Sylvia High
tower, who Aug. 31 will become the
bride of Eval Hendricks. The Au
warter home, 1311 Sixth avenue,
was prettily decorated in the wed
ding colors, green and white. There
were games and music and at 11
o'clock a coarse lunch was served.
Miss Hightower received many nice
Mrs. A. W. Elwell of Chicago is vis
iting relatives in the city. -
G. C. Blakslee has returned from a
two weeks' outing at Lake Geneva,
Miss Bessie Kelly of Brooklyn, N.
Y., is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Gottwall. '
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rice will arrive
home this evening from White Sul
phur Springs, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Larkin returned
home from Oneida, I1L, where they had
visited Beveal days. ,
Miss Selma Bechtel left today for
hem home in Dubuque after visiting
relatives in the city.
Miss Ollie Minteer left this morn
ing for her home in Detroit, Mich., af
ter a visit in the city.
Frank Wilcher will leave tomorrow
afternoon to join the football boys In
camp below Andalusia..
Fred L. Mitchell has returned to his
home after having spent the summer
at school in Pennsylvania.
Miss Gertrude Klofz of Columbus
Junction, Iowa, is spending a month
visiting friends in Rock Island.
Misses Jean' and Mildred Sehmann
of Kankakee are spending a week in
the city as the guests of relatives.
Miss Hilda Christiansen of Boston
is a guest at the home of I A.
Schmidt, 839 Twenty-third street.
Fred W. Young, 1100 Fourth avenue,
departed yesterday for Beardstown.
where he will spend several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. KH. Prince of Omaha,
who have been spending the -past week
in the city as the guests of relatives
have returned home.
Mrs. J. Paul Duffin, formerly of Rock
Island, now of Memphis, Tenn., is vis
iting at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Virgil Warren.
Mrs. F. H. Totter and son Stanley of
Oakland, Cal., are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Potter's mother, Mrs. Katber
ine Meenan, 2538 Eighth avenue.
Harry Reiger, who has been em
played at the office of Architect O. Z.
Cervin since last June, will leave Mon
day for his home at Springfield.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ostrand, who
have been spending the past month in
Rock Island visiting relatives, left
this morning for their home in Des
Miss Grace Wood, 3037 Tenth ave
nue, has returned from a trip to Mack
inac island and Mullet Lake, Mich.,
where she has been enjoying a month's
vacation with her aunt.
Misses Abby Burns, Irene Don, Cora
Gaetjer, Evangeline Casteel, Mabel
Smith and Dorothy Pleasants and Mrs.
F. C. Hemeway have returned after a
two weeks' outing at Cordova.
Dale Hayes left this morning for
Springfield, where he will visit fc)
several days." He will go from there
to Rolla, Mo., to resume his studies at
the Missouri State school of Mines.
Captain A. M. Short, the well known
river captain and pilot, who has been
spending the summer in Rock Island,
departed this morning for an extended
visit in the west. He will go from"
here to San Francisco, and from there
to Seattle, his former home. He will
return to Rock Island in the fall.
HERE IS A REMEDY THAT
WILL CURE ECZEMA
"WE PROVE IT"
Why waste time and money exper
imenting with greasy salves and lo
uons, trying to anve tne eczema
germ from underneath ' the skin
when the Thomas Drug company
guarantees ZEMO, a clean liquid
preparation for external use to rid
the skin of the germ life that causes
the trouble? One application will
relieve the itching and often, times
one bottle is sufficient to cure a mi
nor case of eczema.
In over 2,000 towns and cities
In America, the leading druggist has
the agency for ZEMO and he will
tell you of the marvelous cures made
by this clean, simple treatment,
ZEMO is recognized as the cleanest
and most popular treatment for ec
zema, pimples, dandruff and all oth
er forms of skin or scalp affections
whether on an infant or grown per
son.' Will, you try a bottle on oer
recommendation? Thomas Drug
That a clean, nice, fragrant com
pound like Bucklen's Arnica Salve
will instantly relieve a bad burn, cut.
scald, wound or piles, staggers skep
tics. But great cures prove its a
wonderful healer of the worst sores,
ulcers, boils, felons, eczema, skin
eruptions, as also chapped hands,
sprains and corns. Try.lt, 25 cents
at all druggists.
Advance Guard of Order, of Jo
seph Comes for the Grand
Lodge Meeting, v'
PITTSBURG FIRST HERE
A. Edli, Past Supreme Commander,
Reaches City Convention to
Open Sunday Afternoon. . '
Delegates to the grand lodge of the
Order of Knights of Joseph tC be held
here for three days, beginning Sunday,
are arriving in Rock Island today. . It
is expected that the majority of dele
gates will arrive here tomorrow. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Edlis of Pittsburg arrived
last evening. Mr. Edlis is a past su
preme commander of the grand lodge'.i
At present he is city treasurer of
Pittsburg. . He has served as a repre
sentative in the" Pennsylvania legisla
ture. Most of the 300 delegates who
are expected here, will come from the
east, as that is where the lodge has
the largest number of members.
The grand lodge will be opened
Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at the New
Harper, J. J. Taxman of Rock Island
calling the meeting to order. Rabbi
W. H. Fineshriber of Davenport will
deliver the opening prayer. The gavel
will then be given to the supreme com
mander of the order. Napoleon Meyers,
of Buffalo, N. Y. The supreme officers
will submit reports and the meeting
will then be adjourned.
Addreaaed by Mayer Levi.
The meeting will continue Monday
morning and will be opened at 9
o'clock with prayer by Rabbi John
Marcus of Elmira, -N. Y. This will be
followed by an address by Mayer Levi
of this city. Officers will be elected.
There will be a banquet at the New
Harper in the evening at 7:30. Rabbi
Fineshriber will act as toastmaster.
Tuesday, the last day of the conven
tion, routine business will be taken up.
FOR MISSING MAN
Henry Meinhardt, . Scott County
Farmer, Reported Seen in Mo
line by Friend.
Reports accruing from the search
which is being instituted for missing
Henry Meinhardt, . who disappeared
from his home, two miles east of El
dridge, in Scott county, Tuesday
morning, have""it that he wasseen in
Moline Wednesday and that h is now
again lost to view. He was seen by
J. K. Sklmmons, a horse buyer of Mo
line, soon after his disappearance
from Davenport. Subsequent search
has brought nothing to light that
leads towards finding him and his rel
atives are fearful lest he suffer from
deprivation. They think that the tost
man is the victim of the severe heat
of the last few days and that he is
wandering around unconscious of the
fact that he is being searched for. A
reward of $50 has been posted by his
family for his recovery and the police
of the three cities are exerting every
effort to find the man.
In buying a cough medicine, don't
be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. There is no danger from
it. and relief is sure to follow. Ee
pecially recommended for coughs,
colds and whooping coughs. Sold by
I! i&YyM?jy&2 Mil .
fine suits at
In a few days we are going to show
the finest fall lines you ever saw.
SEPTEMBER AT ILLINOIS.
Sept. 1 "Lulu's Husbands," with
Mabel Barrison and Harry Conor.
Sept 3 "The Judgment of Eve,"
matinee and night.
Sept. 4 "Cast Aside," matinee and
Sept. 5 "Am I a Chinaman," mat
inee and night.
Sept. 8 ','The Girl, the Man, the
Sept. 11 "Juet a Woman's Way."
Sept 12 "The Climax."
Sept. 15 "Daniel Boone.
Sept. 16 Rose Hill Folly company,
matinee and night.
Sept. 17 "Isle cf Spice." "
Sept. IS Richard Jose in "Silver
Threads," matinee and night.
Sept. 19 "A Broken Idol." -
Sept. 23 "The World and a Wo
man." Sept. 25 "The Port of Missing
Men," matinee and night..
Sept. 30-William Norris in "My Cin
Notice of Sale.
In the District Court of the United
States, for the Southern district of Illi
find much of
Suits, Coats, Dresses,
An TLarly Display of Telvest
Tall Styles in Tailored Hats
is the last chance to get
of bur entire stock of
BANK ON WHAT
nois: Northern division.
In the matter of A. M. Suhler, bank
rupt. As trustee of the goods of A. M.
Suhler, I, the undersigned, hereby give
notice that I will sell at private salev
all of the goods, consisting of wines,
cigars, liquors and other1 goods used in
the saloon business by A. M. Suhler,
Sunday Matinee, Aug.
With the greatest of all Vaudeville
6 Big Headline Acts 6
Vaudeville like you see in Chicago.
Complete Change of Program Mon
day and Thursday.
Matinee daily at 3 p. m. Any seat
10c, except Sunday and holidays.
Evening: 8 and 9:15. 10-20-30c.
Seats now on sale at the box office
Sunday Matinee, Aug. 28
Shohm at Tie 3ee Hibe
after the new and beautiful in dross will
interest in this great showing of new fall
Styles were never prettier, nor were materials ever more
attractive than they are this season. .
In this grand showing we have selected styles to suit ev
ery taste, and no one will be disappointed as to her least
or greatest requirements. '
Our selections, as always, are the largest ever displayed
in the. middle west.
Hundreds of new effects in black and colors for immedi
ate wear from the foremost makers of Tailored Hats.
Prices range from $1.50 up to $7.C0. Every approved
ztle is represented. ' .
bankrupt; and the persons desiring to
purchase the same may reach me at
the Rock Island house, or phone No.
C141, in the city of Rock Island. All
of said goods mutt be sold within 10
days from this date. 1
Dated this 25th day of August, A. D.
1910. R. C. PEARCE. Trustee.
H. M. McCaskrin, attorney.
ALL THIS WI:E1v
Indiana Stock Co.
After 13 weeks in Moline.
The Funniest Farce,
No advance in prices, H)-20c
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Corner Second and !!
sews all the time THK
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