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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, APRIL, n, 1911.
6 CARDS TO MARRIAGE. INVITATIONS HAVE BEEN RE ceived in the city to the marriage of Dr. Daniel Freeman of Moline to Miss Eva Belle Munn of Cedar Rap Ids, Iowa., daughter of Mr. and Mr a. George T. Munn of that city. The ceremony will be performed in Ce dar Rapids at the bride's home and a few of Dr. Freeman's Intimate friends and the family will go from here. The bride will be attended by her sister. Miss Sadie Munn. as maid of honor and Rudolph Freeman will erve as best man to his brother. Miss Ellen Freeman will play the wedding masic. Dr. Freeman will bring his bride to Moline and they will be at home to their friends after June 1. Both Dr. Freeman and bis bride-to-be are graduates of Iowa un iversity. FORWARD SOCIETY. MISS MAMIE PETERSON. 712 Fourth street, Moline, was the host ess last evening to members of the Forward society of Grace Lutheran church. Routine business occupied much of the evening, plans being discussed for the future work of the society. The members spent the time sewing and a few games were play ed and refreshments served. Mu sical numbers were given by Misses Mamie Peterson, Ida Hiidebrandt and Esther Fryxell. The society is planning for a bazar to be given next fall. SHOWER FOR MISS IKE. MRS. ELMER JOHNSON AT HER home, 1040 Fourteenth street, gave a china shower last evyoing for Miss Elsie Ike whose marriage to Ben Kramer of South Rock Island takes place this month. The house was prettily decorated In hearts and hearts were the evening diversion, Mrs. Charlie Kramer and Mrs. H. P. Stapley taking the favors In the SPECIALS For Wednesday at BODY'S Picnic hams, pound '. " f q Strictly fresh eggs, dozen 14q Brady Grocery Co. 700 Twelfth Street. Old pbone Weet 443 New 5076 a 3 games. A four-course lunch followed the games. Miss Ike was the recipi ent of a number of beautiful hand painted pieces of china which she found hidden about the rooms. Mrs. Charlie Kramer of Seventh avenue and Tenth street will entertain at a linen shower tomorrow for Miss Ike. YOUNG PEOPLE IN PROGRAM. FOLLOWING IS THE PROGRAM to be presented Thursday evening at Spencer Memorial Methodist church under the auspices of the Young Ladies' auxiliary, the proceeds to be applied on the church debt: "Maybells and the Flowers" (Men delssohn Y. L. A. "The Lord's Own Day" (Conreadin Kreutver) .... Svea Male chorus "Beasley's Xmas Party" (Booth Tarkington) ... Rachel Anderson Cello solo (Selected) . . Mr. Hellman "Estudlantina" (Paul Lacome) Xj .A.. Tenor solo Arthur Jonassen Piano duet. "Salute De Pesth" (Jackson) . Florence Spaulding, Olga Olson. "Doan Ye Cry, Ma Honey" Reading (selected). Robert Crowley "Old Black Joe" (Foster) Svae Male chorus Vocal solo (Selected) Anna Mae Simmons "Rest" (F. Abt) Y. L. A. EVER READY CIRCLE. THE EVER READY CIRCLE OF the First Baptist church met with the Misses Effle and Dora Young at their home, 1814 Sixth avenue. The following officers were elected: President Miss Etta Rogers. Vice President Miss Irene Wag ner. Recording Secretary Miss Mary Spalding. Treasurer Miss Emily Casey. Chairman of class 14, Miss Sadie Spalding; chairman of class 15, Miss Alice Cozatt; chairman of class 16, Miss Hazel Kolls. Chairman Flower Committee Miss Dora Young. Needy Committer Mteses Hazel Tucker, Ethel Ploch and Mildred Crandell. The business meeting was fol lowed by a social hour and refresh ments were served. DAUGHTERS OF COVENANT. THE MISSES WILEY, 717 NINE teenth street were the hostesses last evening to the Daughters of the Cove nant of the First Methodist church. The program of the evening was open ed with a piano duet by the Misses Mary Dickman and Bessie Beeler. The chapter In the book being studied was read by Mrs. John Henderson and Mrs. Delong read an article on "Dr. Clara Swain." Miss Doney gave a vo cal solo and Mrs. Lindorff read a pa per on "Esther KimPak." A social hour followed the transacting of busi ness. ' PHILATHEA ELECTS OFFICERS. THE PHILATHEA SOCIETY OF the Memorial Christian church met In the church parlors and elected these officers for the coming year: President Miss Anna Hause. Vice President Miss Geraldine Fennandza. Secretary Miss Merle Cook. Treasurer Miss Grace Sniffer. Reporter Miss Hazel Pierce. O. E. S. TO MEET,. ROCK ISLAND CHAPTER, O. E. S., will meet in regular session tomorrow evening. There will be Initiation of candidates and regular business. The presence of all resident members is desired. WILL GIVE COFFEE. THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF the German Methodist church will give a coffee Thursday afternoon at the home cf Mrs. E. Brockman, 1323 Seventh avenue. The friends of the society are Invited. DISPLAY OF ORIENTAL WARES. MRS. CURTIS WILL HAVE ON display at the New Harper tomorrow a display of oriental wares and fab rics from India, China, Japan and- the Philippines, hand embroideries, ivor ies, brasses and other decorative art icles. FOR MISS WHEELER. MRS. A. T. FOSTER. AT HER home, 1812 Sixth avenue, Moline, this evening, 7:30 to 9:30, will en tertain the trained nurses of Rock Island and Moline to meet Miss Mary Wheeler, Illinois state inspector cf training schools for nurses. BUSY BEE SEWING SOCIETY. THE BUSY BEE SEWING SOCI- ety will be entertained Thursday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. Jess Mil ton, 21 Second avenue. "New Freight Agent V ff J, '. X. "l t. :"5'- i." f . V - Money G Easily oes When yon cArry it about with yon. But thre is economy, safety and satisfaction in putting it away in safe nl sonnd tarings bank. Ttie Iarffe capital and conser- ' vatlve nianajtement of tiiin good strong bank is a guarantee that your deposit is always safe. 4 Interest Paid on Savings Rock Island Savings j 1721 Second Ave. J3&nk 1 Rock Island, lil. j H. S. Cable, pre. : H. P. Hall, v. pres.; P. Greenawalt, cashier; A. Ij. LI nd strom and II. K. Sudlow, assistant covhiers. Capital . . $200,000.00 t'ndividcd profits - $200,000.00 Deposits, orrr $2,500,000.00 CCOCX2CKXXXXOeCOOCOOCOC - Independent Auto Tire Repair Shop has just opened for business at 106 E. Seventeenth Street All kinds of auto tire repair work. Practical vulcanizing. All work guaranteed. Old Phone 1620. 1 L. A. DYSON, Mgr. OOOCOOOC03000000CCK00 1 MISS BELLA M. CARPENTER of Rock Island has just been appointed freight solicitor for the Pere Marquette and Lehigh Valley railroads in the tri- citles, her headquarters to be in Daven port. Miss Carpenter is believed to bo the first young woman who has been appointed to such a position by a railroad. She has for the past year been employed as stenographer In the office of the Fere Marquette and Le high Valley in Davenport. Previous ly she had been employed at the Bur lington station here and was later stenographer in the office of the Rock Island Industrial commission. Medical Society Meeting. Tonight at 7 o'clock in the New Har per, Iho annual meeting and banquet j of the Rock Island County Medi- i cal society will be held. Covers will be laid for 30. The annual elec tion of officers will be held. JUDGE GEST MOVES COURT TO HOSPITAL In Order to Hear Motion on Contin uance of Albin Sundberg, Who Is Charged With Murder. An attempt was made at noon to day to have the case of Albin Sund berg, indicted for murder, contin ued until the next term, but it failed becairse of the Inability of the pris oner to enter an appearance before Judge W. H. Gest. Sundberg is at present in St. Anthony's hospital suffering with a severe attack of ty phoid fever. Judge Gest and the circuit clerk visited the hospital to day in order that the motion might be heard in the presenre of the prisoner, as is required by law, but the trip was needless, as Dr. J. C. Souders, who is attending the man, advised against disturbing the pa tient. The latter's attorney, H. M. McCaskrin, secured permission from the Judge to bring the motion be fore the court at a later date. Sund berg, it will be remembered, struck Carl Nelson of Moline over the head with a rock after a fight in a sa loon, and Nelson died of the Injury. RAILROAD MAN IS MANGLED BY TRAIN Body of Edward Kurtz Found on Rock Island Tracks at Wal cott, Iowa. The mangled body of Edward Kurtz was found Sunday morning on the tracks of the Rock Island road at Walcott, Iowa, at which place he was employed by the road. Kurtz was 27 years old.. No one witnessed the tragedy, but the theory is that he was killed accidentally. NOTED CHEMIST COMING Dr. Svrante A. Arrhenius to Iecture at Augustana College. Dr. Swante A. Arrhenius, profes sor of chemistry at the University of Stockholm, who is now giving sci entific lectures in this country under the auspices of some of the leading American universities, will lecture at Augustana Saturday evening. May 6, in the college chapel, word to that effect having been received by Dr. Andreen this morning. In 1903 Dr. Arrhenius was award ed the Nobel prize in chemistry for elaborating and demonstrating his theory of electrolytic dissociation, and thus promoting the develop ment of chemistry. He was the first Swede to be awarded this high hon or. In his line he Is one of the leading scientific men of the world and is a recognized authority. ON MASONIC HOME WORK Committeeman Named by Each of Four Local Iodges. At a recent meeting of the Masonic fraternity of this city a resolution was adopted providing for the appointment from each of the four local bodies of one commltteeman to make up a new building committee, which shall work In conjunction with the Masonic board of control for the campaign for the new home fund. The following committee men have been appointed: Rock Isl and eommandery. Knights Templar, No. 18; Swain Pearson, Rock Island chapter. No. 18; H. H. Cleaveland, Trio lodge, A. F. & A. M.; J. G. Huntoon, Rock Island lodge, A. F. & A. M.. A meeting of this committee will proba bly be held this week to organize and plan a campaign. The Kidney Cure Without a Failure The Positive Cure That Revolutionizes Treatment of Kidney Disease, Rheu matism and Bladder Trouble. These statements are w)t fxagrg-eratd. There is no necessity In doing- so, be cause every man and woman suffering from kidney or blalder troublfs, or rhe linia Unrn. ctii prove it wlii.in 24 hours by fc-ettin? & free package of iJr. Ltrby Kidney Fills at auy arur store. i i v. i? Dr. Derby's Kidney Pil!s are ahead cf tiie tirrec. the orly kljnty and blad der treatment that makes grood i' strongest 5ttfiuert. Oet a free pack csje at your drupUt's and see if we have Paid a hundredth part of what these little wonder-workers do. Now listen .sufferers, don't get ex cited. Just lay away ail your preser.t treatments for your kidneys, back or bladder. If you have rain In the back, profuse or scanty urination, colored or foul urine, rheumatism anywhere, dia betes, pain in the biadiier or terribie Bright's disease, just grM a Sac pack age of Ir. Kerby's Kidr.ey Pills at your drug-grist's, and see the difference in vours!f in 24 hours. If- you think this is too srood for you to believe, Just asic your drus-srist for a free sample pack age, and try it. Remember. Dr. Derby's l'.l'm 35 and 50 cents. We will send them from the la.bora.torv of Derty Medicine Company. Eaton Rapids. Mien.. U ou wish. They are safe, guaranteed. DOCTOR, ATTACKED, FIRES Mount Carmel, III., Physician Sur renders After Tragedy. Mount Carmel, 111., April 11. Dr. J. E. Inskeep last night shot and killed A. Dunning when attacked by the lat ter in the heme of Miss Rath Moore. Dr. Inskeep surrendered to the sher iff and gave out a statement that he had slain Dunning In self defense, after being attacked with a whisky bottle. Dr. Inskeep came here with his fam ily from Fairfield several years ago. He is widely known in southern Il linois, being the owner of extensive oil interests at Oakland City and Cen-tralia. WILL NOT PRESS CHARGE Attorney General "Squares Himself" With Ietroit Judge. Washington, April 11. Attorney General Wickersbam has kept the wires hot for the last 21 hours in effort to purge himself of contempt la Judge Arthur C. Denlson's court at De troit. Dispatches received from Judge Denison indicate 'that he is inclined to accept the explanation which Mr. Wickersbam makes concerning the publication of newspaper dispatches discussing the "bathtub trust" cases pending before him. Judge Denison has not announced that the attorney general has succeed ed In releasing himself from contempt of court, but it is expected that he will not Insist upon pressing the charge. Midnight in the Ozarks And yet sleepless Hiram Scranton cf Clay City, 111., coughed end coughed. He was in the mountains on the advice of five doctors, who said he had con sumption, but found no help in the cli mate, and started home. Hearing cf Dr. King's New Discovery, he began to use it. "I believe it saved my life." he writes, "for it made a new man of me, so that I can now do good work again." For all lung diseases, coughs. cold3, grip, asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quinsy, it's the best known remedy. Price 60 cents and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all druggists. Correct Millinery - - . . yy . r f . . 0Wi iFB'tK Cage Hals V ; . . . Sk: uvi- : i ;i .1.1-. . . 1 K- . . . . . ..7J-.9-mi.t J ; ' S Three of Our New Styles for Easter A. C. E. Hats are recognized as representing every new and desirable feature in absolute ly Correct Millinery.' Order Your Easier Hat Tomorrow Order From A. C England 318 IV est Second Street, Davenport, Iowa. Co. NO FIRE ESCAPES; NO LEASE Judge Decides Landlords Cannot Hold Tenants to Contract- St. Paul. Minn., April 11. Land lords of flat buildings and other high buildings who do not furnish proper protection in the way of fire escapes and fire extinguishers in compliance with the state law and city ordi nances cannot hold their tenants to the terms of a lease. This is the substance of a decision filed by Judge Dickson in the Ramsey county dis trict court. C. W. Stockney occupied a flat buildinp; owned by John l uiliuld i Ktickiiey and tho court's opinion, after six months moved out and cari- given above, is the result. celed his lease on the ground th'j ! , ' building was not protected with fire! escapes and lirp extinguishing a;;- j AH the news all the time The paraturf. Mr. I.euthoM sued .Mr. Argus. WHAT CURES ECZEMA? We have bad so many inquiries lately regarding eczema and other skin diseases that we are glad to make our answer public. After care ful investigation we have found that a simple wash of oil of wintergreea as compounded would not make this statement to our patrons, friends and neighbors unlets we were sure of it and although there are many so called eczema remedies sold, we our selves unhesitatingly recommend I). D. D. Prescription. Because We know that !t gives instant relief to that torturing itch. Because D. D. 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