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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911.
O.ClrLTY
WILL GIVE PLAYLET.
AT THE MARCH MEETING OF
the Young People's branch, held last
evening at the Association bouse, plana
were made for giring a playlet In the
near furore. Hostesses and leaders for
the comma; six months 'were selected,
and the president announced that the
membership contest which has been In
progress for the last few months will
close with the April meeting. After
the business had been disposed of, the
following program wta given:
Scripture lesson Miss Mabel San
trren. Roll call Some of the results of Pro
hibition. Paper, "Testimony of Prohibition
Governors" Miss Nettie Phllbrook.
Piano duet Misses Bessie Sangren
sod Myrtle Summers.
Chapter from Alcohol and Health
Mis3 Myrtle Summer.
Paper. "The Famous Maine Law"
Mi3a Haze Bergstrom.
Reading, "Annette's Decision" Miss
Ninr.tte Robb.
Light refreshments were served dur
ing the social hour enjoyed after the
program. "
FLACK-STASEROFSKI.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS INEZ
SI iserofskl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
.'a fob Sfaserofskl of Coal Valley, and
. wils Alfred Flack, son of Mr. and Mrs.
V :;ilnra Flack of South Rock Island,
;-. place aa 11: SO this morning at
U:s parsonage of the First Methodist
church, the pastor. Rev. T. K. Newland,
t-Xdcting. They were attended by the
jrrooin's sister. Miss Mary Flack, and
the bride's brother, Clarence Staserof
ki. The announcement of the mar
riape will come as a surprise to their
many friends in the three cities. Fol
lowing the ceremony a wedding dinner
was served at the home of the bride's
sister, Mrs. W. F. Callahan, 14444 Sev
enth avenue. The bride wore a brown
tailored suit. They left at noon for La
Porte, Ind., to visit the groom's sister,
Mrs. Margaret Weldner, and returning
will make their home with the groom's
sister, Mrs. F.J. Toon, 985 Aiken street,
South Rock Island, where they will be
at home to their many friends after
April 1, until the completion of a home
which the groom will build. Mr. Flack
Is employed as a bricklayer.
WEDDING DATE ANNOUNCED.
A COMING WEDDING WHICH
will be of Interest to many friends is
announced In that of Mies Josephine
L. Martens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Martens, and Walter F. Melburg,
on of Mr. and Mrs. John Melburg,
both of Davenport, which will take
place Wednesday evening. April 12, at
the home of the bride on Marquette
street. There will be no attendants
to the bridal couple. Miss Minnie
Xuesrhen will play the wedding music,
nd following the ceremony there will
' be a wedding supper. Mr. Meiburg,
who is cashier of the Guarantee Life
.Insurance company, is preparing to
build a sew home on liberty street.
A number of social affairs have
been planned for the bride-to-be by
her girl friends, the first will be a pre
nuptial of Friday evening given by the
Misses Minnie, Louise and Clara
Lueschen at their home on Washing
ton street, Davenport.
6IMON-FELSENTHAL.
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
tne engagement of Maurice Waldorf
; Simon of Buffalo, fc. Y., son of Mr.
land Mrs. L Simon or 702 Twenty
I first street this city ar.d Miss Gertrude
ment of the engagement was refde at
the home of the pro6pecth-3 bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ell B. Felsen-
thal of 4108 Grand boulevard, Chi
cago. Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Simon being among the guest. .The
date of the marriage is not announced.
Mr. Simon was born and reared in
this city, he Is a graduate of the Chi
cago university and is now connected
with the Tonawanda Board and Paper
Mill company as sales and assistant
manager. Miss Felsenthal visited in
the city during the holidays as the
guest of Miss Elsa Simon, making
many friends here during her stay.
GIVE MANY RECITALS.
MISS ANNA IRENE LARKIN,
reader, and Miss Henrietta Weber,
pianist, who were heard here recently
In the lecture recital of "Pelleas et
Mellsande," are constantly filling en
gagements for lecture recitals most
successfully, according to advices re
ceived from Chicago. They have ap
peared in six recitals since their de
lightful entertainment here. Both
have won pronounced individual suc
cess as well as in the co-laborations
which have found so much favor, and
have lanre classes of pupils. They
plan next season to give several dif
ferent grand operas Is the same way
as they interpreted Maeterlink'B
drama and Debussy's music
Dl MOCK-MILLER.
AT HIGH NOON YESTERDAY AT
the parsonage of Edwards church.
Rev. W. J. Suckow united in marriage
Miss Anna May Miller of West Four
teenth street, Davenport, and Archi
bald C. Dimock. The bride wore her
traveling dress of navy blue with hat
to match. There were no attendants.
Mr. and Mrs. Dimock left on a short
wedding trip. They will reside, on
their return, in the Lemon fiats on
East Sixth street. The groom is a
yardmaster for Che C, M. & St. P.
road.
FOR MISS RASMUSSEN.
AT ITER HOME, 1725 TWENTIETH
street, yesterday afternoon Miss
Florence O'Neal entertained at a
coffee party 12 young ladies who
were Invited to meet Miss Maureen
Rasmussen, who is visiting in the city.
They spent a pleasant afternoon to
gether visiting and with their fancy
work, and v e hostess 6erved a nice
lunch.
BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY.
SATURDAY EVENING 25 FRIENDS
of Eniil Kuschmann surprised him at
s
Goohies and JumkSes
Light and Beiiciou
ARE BETTER AND MORE DIGESTIBLE WHEN YOU USE
TTV
vunmm:
Uir T HIE WKOLErspME
BAKING POWDER
It thoroughly leavens an J adds healthfulness to these delightful
little cakes. The most delicate flavors are not injured. It does
not give a bitter taste. Get some to-day and prepare
A Tveat for the Children
CONTAINS NO ALUM
DERMA VIVA
The Ideal Face Powder
Makes face, hands, arms and neck as white as milk and
does not show or rub oft. Fimples, Blackheads, Freck
les, Moth or Liver Spots cured in a few days. Have
handled this preparation for years and recommend it
Thomas Drug Co.. W.T. Hartt. Price 6 Ce
ll is home on Twenty-seventh street.
South Heights, in celebration of his
birthday anniversary. A very pleasant
evening was spent with games and oth
er amusements, and at 11 o'clock re
freshments were served. The host re
ceived a number of nice gifts, including
a gold watch from his parents.
COLONIAL 500 CLUB.
THE COLONIAL 500 CLUB WAS
entertained yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. H. P. Cosner in Water
town. Three tables of the game were
played and the hostess took the favor
Refreshments followed the games. The
club will meet in two weeks with Mrs.
S, T. Bowlby, 1228 Second avenue.
REEDER-BRECKIN RIDGE.
ROY D. REEDER OF CHE
rokee, Iowa, and Miss Bertha M. Breck
inridge of Rock Island were united in
marriage here yesterday afternoon.
Justice Clarence Schroeder perform
ing the ceremony at his office.
AUXILIARY TO SEW.
THE LADIES AUXILIARY TO THE
Rock Island County Humane society
will meet to sew at the Association
house tomorrow afternoon.
BUSY BEE SOCIETY.
THE BUSY BEE SEWING SOCIETY
will meet with Mrs. G. Thiermann, S26
Thirtieth street, Thursday afternoon. "
MASONS TO MEET ON
NEW HOME PROJECT
ADOPT NEW PLAN
IN CHARITY WORK
Purpose Is to Affiliate All So
cieties With the Central
Association.
LARGER DIRECTING BOARD
Recommended That Salaried Secre
tary lie Employed to Care for
All Case.
To determine Whether to Take New
Lease on Quarters or Push
Building Plans.
Whether to release the present
quarters in the Robinson block or
to go ahead with the proposition of
the building of a new home is a
question to be considered at a mass
meeting of the members of the Ma
sonic fraternity to be held next week,
possibly Friday evening. This waa the
conclusion arrived at by the mem
bers of the Masonic board of con
trol at a meeting held last evening.
A committee composed of H. H.
Cleveland, E. B. Kries and S. J. Fer
guson was named to arrange for the
meeting. A speaker will be secured
to present the matter clearly to the
members. It is a matter which has
been under consideration for more
than a year now and whether it shall
be pushed to the finish at once, or
shall remain dormant for possibly a
few years, will be decided. A lot on
which to build the proposed home,
and specifications for the home have
already been secured.
To Conserve Your Health
Take Red Circle Pills
They arouse your liver. Nature wia do the rest. Best Liver,
Kidney and Stomach Remedy on earth. No nausea, no griping; do not
Interfere with your dally work. Will relieve the majority of chronic
cocopiaiaU, the most of which are caused from torpidity of the liver.
Only one pill for a dose; 24 doses, 25 cents. Sold at
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
City Chat
THE SPRING MAID.
April, half-clad in flowers and show
ers. Walks, like a blossom, o'er the land ;
She smiles at May, and laughing,
takes
the rain and sunshine hand-in-hand.
So gay the dancing of her feet.
So like a garden her soft breath,
So sweet the smile upon her face,
She charms the very heart of death.
The young moon in a trance she holds
Captive in clouds of orchard bloom,
She snapB her fingers at the grave,
And laughs into the face of doom.
Yet in her gladness lurks a fear.
In all ber mirth there breathes a
sigh.
So soon her pretty flowers are gone
And ha! she is too young to die!
Richard Le Galllcnne, in Harper's
magazine.
Buy a home of Reldy Bros.
Kerler Rug company, cleaners.
Tri-cltyv Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer & Trefz.
Fresh river fish at 1718 Third ave
nue. West 1092. We deliver.
Try Mrs. Austin's famous pancake
flour, sure to please, all grocers.
Let William Johnson do your tin and
furnace work. 1316 Third avjnue.
Try Mrs. Austin's famous pancake
flour, sure to please, all grocers.
All kinds of men's hats cleaned,
biocked and repaired at Biasche's.
H. T. Siemon wants your tin and
furnace work. 1626-1528 Fourth u ve
nue. Convenient, wholesome, really
good, Mrs. Austin's famous buck
wheat. Remember the big dance at Indus
trial hall tomorrow night. Everybody
welcome.
Got a date for tomorrow night?
Ye6. Ivory Leaf Social club dance at
Industrial halL We'll all find a wel
come. D. E. Reeves of Keokuk, Iowa, repre
senting one of the largest wholesale
coal companies in the staus is in the
city with a view of securing local gov
ernment contracts.
At the meeting held last night at
the New Harper for the purpose of
taking action on the matter of the
federation of the charitable organ
izations of the city under the Asso
ciated Charities definite action was
taken upon the report of the com
mittee which was appointed at a pre
vious meeting. The report of the
committee !s as follows:
Your committee begs leave to sub
mit to you the following report:
1. We recommend the federation
of all societies doing charity and
relief work to this extent: That a
representative board be created
this board to be composed of one
or more members from each of these
various societies with those of the
Associated Charities. By attending
the meetings of the Associated Char
ities the members of thi3 board will
keep In touch with the work of the
society.
2. In order to build up the mem
bership of the 'Associated Charities
we recommend that the city be di
vided into districts to be canvassed
by competent persons. Any person
giving $1 or more shall become a
member of this organization.
ENDS PERSONAL SOLICITATION.
We advise that each member be
provided with cards of a set form
these cards, when signed by the
member, to be nsed as an order on
the Associated Charities to provide
work, lodging, meals or clothing to
any one who may call at homes or
places of business for such assist
ance. By adopting the above plan
those who become members will be
exempt from further personal solic
itation for the period of one year by
this organization, other than the
free will offering taken on "Tag"
days.
3. We also recommend the em
ployment of a paid secretary who
shall have charge of a central bu
reau where societies, churches and
Individuals may obtain information
necessary to carry on their work in
an effectual and comprehensive way,
thereby putting the charity work In
general on a constructive basis.
COMMITTEES TO NAME BOARD.
E. B. McKowb presided at last
night's meeting and Rev. G. H.
Sherwood served as secretary. There
were present representatives of the
various organizations in the city.
The foregoing report was taken up,
article by article, and each was ap
proved, and then the report was
adopted In its entirety. On motion
a committee of five was appointed to
select members of the new board of
directors which is to work in coop
eration with the societies. The com
mittee consists of Miss Mary E. En
trikin, Dr. J. W. Stewart, R. C.
Smedley, Miss Dina Ramser and Mrs.
W. B. Barker. The meeting adjourn
ed to meet at the call of the com
mittee. WORD FROM MR. M1.EAW.
A letter received today from Fran
ces H. McLean, field secretary of the
charitable work of the Russel Sage
Foundation, lauds the proposition to
federate the different societies and ad
vises that this is the best means of
facilitating the work. Mr. McLean al
so comments upon the fact in his vis
its to this city, he found that an excel
lent charitable spirit prevails and that
there is plenty of volunteer service.
THE STORE THAT KNOWS WHAT YOU WANT AND HAS IT
Co-Operative Store Co.
Rock Island, HI.
CURTAIN ROD POKED
EYE OF A CHILD
Suggestive Values in Spring
Dress Goods and Silks
54-in. Coating serges and Covert cloths,
$1.48, $1.69, $1.89.
The most practicable fabric for service and wear,
in plain and monotone stripes, bUck and navy.
45-inch, all wool serge suitings, $1.00,
$1.10, the yard.
Including the newest hair Uses, chalk lines and
pin stripes, In all the latest spring colors. Including
smoke grey, new green, navy, black, etc.
38-inch. Jamestown Plaids and Checks,
58c, the yard.
We have a big line of these in all new patterns in
light and dark shades, black and white cheeks, light
and dark blue and white, red and black, etc. An
excellent fabric for children's wear.
45-inch., all Ottoxnon Poplin and Taf
fetas, 89c to $1.00, the yard.
A complete line of spring shades including the Co
penhagen, navy, black, tan. green, light and dark
greya. etc.
First Floor
42-inch. Siilk Warp Poplin (Guaran
teed) $1.75, the yard.
In plain and Jacquard weaves, in all the latest
spring shades. Including smoke grey, apricot,
leather, brown, old rose, black, eti.
27-inch, all silk brocaded and Jacquard
Weave Messalines, $1.25 per yard.
In the lewett color shades for spring, among which
are wisteria, almond, old rose, Copenhagen, navy,
etc. An excellent quality and soft finished.
27-inch. Silk Striped Voiles, 45c to 58c
per yard.
A popular spring silk m newest color shades, in
clududing lavender, smoke grey, Copenhagen, tan.
black stripe with white, navy and white, etc.
Soft Lustrous Washable all silk hab
utias 50c to $1.00, per yard.
We are showing a complete line of these service
able silks in blacks, 'natural cream and white.
36-inch Black and Natural Pongee,
$1.00 per yard
an excellent quality, serviceable and washable.
Tussah Silks, Plain and Jacquard ef
fects, 28c, 39c to 58c.
First Floor
5 rebate on all purchases made by stockholders
Sneciala In Fmhrolflrf4a & T
5c AIO) 60e CORSET COYER EMBROIDERY,
rasvinn au a
60 different patterns to select from, some
barred with heavy embroidery and some plain,
a remarkable value.
We are showing an extensive line of lace and
embroidery flouncing, containing the newest
and prettiest patterns. These will be Tery
nonnlar fer tnta anrlnor anA cnmmor wear.
B Ranging In price from 60c to $3.98 yd.
Vbbhbbsmhbhhibsmsh!bssmihs
EXCELLENT RIBBON VALUES
ALL SILK TAFFETA ITAIR BOW RIB
BOSS, 2e
An extra quality material, in all colors; an ex
cellent value for the money.
MOIRE AND 8ATIX TAFFETA RIBBOITS,
ftOc-Mta YARD
1 inches wide, of extra quality, suitable for
hair bows, sashes, etc., black and colors, a
good value.
nn IfnA all aflfe fniT rfhhnnit- 4 aari a
Inches wide, In Dresden, chocks stripes and 1
Mack and white effects. Very reasonably priced
g,1r. S6c. 50c and 7;C yard. First Floor
Interesting Prices on Wash Goods
rop.l
t2-IX. GTOBIA FOU
LARDS, 25c PER YAED
Navy and blank grounds
with white figures, tan.
heliotrope. Copenhagen,
light blue, with scroll and
floral patterns; a durable
fabric for early spring.
29-IBT.
JACQUARD
LISS, 25e
In all the popular shades
such as light, medium and
dark blue, myrtle, grey,
wine, tan and lavender.
First F!?.r
8S IX. M"ERCFIttZED
Toilcs, 25c
An exceptional value,
colors tan. champagne,
lavender, Copenhagen,
brown, black and navy.
82-IX. HENRIETTA
FOULARDS, 2Rc
A very popular seller in
navy and white ground,
with black and white de
signs. This is a light
weight mercerleed fabric
with Persian border.
DRUG DEPA&TEtflEKiT
Saoitol face powder 18c
1 lb 20-mule-team borax 12c
25e size Bioo Bath, powder . ...19e
$1.25 2 quart Fountain syringe,
rapid flow, guaranteed 1 year. 88c
76o rubber gloves, guaranteed. 6flc
SI. 00 size Porcpeian message
cream 7Sc
1 aim Olive sown the bar 8c
?5c size Cl;arrj.l tablets 10c
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caution is being taken to p; event it.
The child passed a Bleepless night, but
today was resting more easily.
ON BOOSTING TRIP
Hundred Rock Island Business
Men to Visit Aledo and
Monmouth.
TO ATTRACT TRADE HERE
Will Return Oalls Merchants
Those Cities Made Recently
Banquet at Watch Tower.
of
Pour-Year-Old Helen Davis Victim
f a Distressing Accident
at Play.
Helen, 4-yeafr-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Davis, 1005 Twenty
second street, was the victim of a
serious accident yesterday while she;
was at play with other children in the
neighborhood. A brass curtain rod, in ! rt with
At the monthly meeting of the
Rock Island Business Men's associa
tion held last eveniDg at Math's hall j
TEA
The Pure Food Tea
Unrivalled for Richness
300 CUPS TO THE POUND
ONE TEASPOONFUL MAKES TWO CUPS.
Published by the Growers of India Tea
at the New Harper on the day they
visited Rock Inland. In return tin
local merchants will probably dine
in Montnoutb.
1
the hands of one of her playmates.
was thrust into fcer left eye and the
pupil was cut. As yet there b8s been
no sign of inocularior., aril eory pre-
dle of April, several days before the
junketing trip takes place.
' V.ll.l. HKI'AV fAl.t.S.
it was decided to take a trip ove' the ' The Junket which the mercnanta
line of the Rock Island St uvhern I are planning will repay tbo calls Licensed ta Wed.
about the middle of April for the j ma(je to this city by the merchants Ils A. FlacW South Rock Inland
purpose of getting the residents ofjcf Aledo and Monmouth, both of i Miss Inez Ktaserofsld Coal Va.l';y
that section of the country acquaint-: wnCh organizations chartered spe-'August Von Dcriierfihe. . . Kast Molina
clal trains on the Rock Island South-j Miss Uillie W aldrnann. . . .Kast Moilnc
ern and visited along the route of , Roy D. Keener Cherokee, lowu
that road into Rock Island. Tbeisa Bertha M. Breckinridge
Monmouth merchants had a dinner; Rock Island
KEEDHME
EXTRACT
HOBERT'S GENEVA LETTER
Is Written by Neighbor, Mrs. Gil
bert, at Bis Request.
Mrs. Charles K. Giloert, 1402 Eighth
avenue, in the report of the examina
tion of witnesses conducted by the
state agents in reference to alleged
abuses at the Geneva Training School
for Girls, is made to appear as hav
ing written a letter over the signature
of John Hobert without the consent
of the latter. Mr. Hobert is the fath
er of Minnie Hobert, one of the girls
who charges she was mistreated in
the Geneva school. Mrs. Gilbert does
not deny having written the letter, but
she states that she did so at the be
hest of Mr. Hobert. She states fur
tl.er that Mr. Hobert approved the
contents of the letter. Mrs. Gilbert
elgned the letter in the name of Mr.
Hobert at the request of the latter. ,
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torebsmse propcjed ia a sctsot:iia and prai
-I me.nr.er. bave a bc&iJi-t dccnbintf tin
jtnek tnore folly. It cartels tetter fxoc
tar who hava receded beoect fcy ita oae.
.cal wrD bring it to yon. without deiay. Bee
. w. Aak your iraggiat tot Hrfhia' Exfrad.
D. NRED HAM'S SONS
1 .--mmt4n BaC&J CLicX9.E
the fact that the Rock Is
land business men want their trade.
It is planned to have a special train
and to make stops all along the line
between here and Galeeburg and
Aledo. One hundred local business
men are expected to make the trip.
Plans for the annual banquet of the
association were also talked over last
evening. This will most likely be
held at the Watch Tower the mid-
TRY
HOSTETTER'S
Stomach Bitters
when the stomach is "out
of order." It will quickly
tone and strengthen it,
also prevent dyspepsia
and colds.
ESS
THE SMOKE HOUSE
For a good smoke, try a Smoke
House cigar.
Dnnsmore & O'ConneH.
2O0O Fourth Avenue.
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It Is Better
to pay $25 for your Easter
suit of clothes and be satisfied,
than it is to pay less and get a
"lemon."
. ALL-WOOL CLOTHES
are made to order by us for al
most the same price that is
asked for ready-to-wear gar
ments. Why not see our fab
rics today and get measured in
time to wear fashionable 'togs'
on Easter Sunday?
Beal Tailoring Co.
Illinois Theatre BId5. 1600 Second Ave.

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