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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I ua a boy
of U aiid work In an oSce. (1) If a
man older-and over me roe on a va
cation, la It riht for nie to go up to
him and say (tool-bye and wish him a
good time? (2) Should I make a mo-
Uon to shake hands with bhn or wait Recently
.until be puts out his Land
and Miss Lillian Englund. ring bear
er, carried the ring In the heart or
the rose. The ceremony was perform
ed beneath a bower of golden rod, oak
leaves, and daisies. While the cere
mony was performed, Misa Leaf play
ed Mendelssohn's spring 8ong with
a violin obligato by Miss Hellne Fors
berg. The bride was gowned in em
broidered net worn ever satin and
her veil of tulle was caught by
orange blossoms. She carried a flow
er bouquet of bride's roses and lilies
of the valley. Her bridesmaid was
dressed in white aad carried carna
tions. Miss Johnson, maid of honor,
was also dressed in white and car
ried flowers. The flower girl and
! ring bearer were dressed in dainty home of Mrg De,a Buckert 920 Forty-
' V, fl o VnT-intr tho . ... ....
- ""- ","""r' " - e iuunn street, oy the stewards of K pen
bride-to-be was also presented with j
the guest prire. At the close of the
afternoon the hostess served a two
course luncheon. The home was pret
tily decorated with American Beauty
roses and Klllarney roses aad the
bridal colors of pink and white were
further carried out with pink and
white asters. At 7 o'clock Mrs. Staf
ford entertained the bridal party at
dinner, covers being laid for 12. The
table was prettily decorated with a
large bouquet of rosea forming the
BLUE JAY SUPPER.
THE BLUE JAY AT THE BLUE
jay supper, served last evening at the
i met. anomer geuucui.u f f.onratuI,tions. a dainty Vf A T " V.
(3) Doesifrcm out of the city who has known 1 WM serve(, n. P "
It make anr difference If I leave the me since I was a utue giri. oum gcu- ,,,, fr 2S e..,,- The home
ofaee first? (4) How should I act when j temen hare proposed, and as I was decorated in green and yellow,
he returns? (5) How should I act both the same. Madly advise me. ' and was very pretty. The couple will
when a lady loaves and returns? C) ANXIOUS TES3. j not iw.9 until next Monday, when
When leaving a party, is tt rKht to go I am pretty sure that you do not love i thpy wm go to Tampa na- where
and shake hands with everyb'xly leav- either of them, so why marry one of j the'v wl1 make xhelr home In the
Ing? (7) Is it right to introduce therein? When you meet a man and feci ! futurei tEe groom being a principal
boy to th r1rl? (Si What U the best , In 'our &'-art tnat life won't be worth ! In a 6cnooi there. The out-of-town
way to ackaowlflire the introduction? , liv,n& ueImw you can share it with I guetta were the groom's parents, Mr.
DANIEL. "irr- te's the man you should marry, ald Mrg c E Swanson. his brother,
m He mieht b ti.-aied to have ! f'v'dpl he Is respectable and able to j Reabellt and 8ister, Ruth, of Stanton,
yon do this. If you do not intrude upon ;
him at a bmy niorv-nt. 2) I? he is'
very rnuch your superior, wait for him ;
to make tho ncv-u,'-;,t. c.i I do cot i
Just rn.er';inrl this finest Ion. If !,ob
you and your Fiferlor wi.sh to ?o cut
the door Bt the tame V.:no, Ktop ari(le
for him to tifiss first. (1) T U him i
you are clad to me hlrn hark, and look j
as If yoj raeai.t It ii Just n bout the i
same as you do !'h a pc.itlt man old-!
er than ycmr' lf. r, f inply nay good- j
bye to yoiir hoste:.s -ui i .-h.il.e h:tnds
Dear Mrs. Thompson: What will
talie wash bluing out of a wash
drees? MRS. WILSON".
If the dress is white you can bk-ach
out the color with Javelle water.
ir.tr stain in sour miik.
Dezr Mrs. Thompson: (1) I was en-
Iowa, Miss Ellen Hogberg of Provi
dence!, R. I. Many telegrams and
letters of congratulations were re
ceived, Herbert Swanson, a .cousin of
the groom reading them to the guests.
Mips Englund is a graduate of the
Augustana Coaservatory of Music and
can be obtained at the drug is a talented musician. She leaves
If the dress Is colored, try f-oak- many friends In Rock Island. The
PTooro is a graduate of the class
of 1910 from Augustana, later
taking a postgraduate coure In his-
wlth her cr.lv
(7) y. . l
are gl.vl to ti;
?aeed to a nice yonng fellow when I tory and sociology In Chicago unl
He is now principal of the
.1 fay that ;o:r i
-j i'.:aint,i:i' f.
D ar .Mrs. Thom;.. on: (1) Ho-.r cur.
I rid my daufht...- h: ir ci ruth?
II"w can I f --l r.d of oaiulrnfT?
(1) Take 'ii.il arts k'TOFfrie a" '
ollvo oil; r.. hTid rub mixture w;i
Into ir;;lp lit t.irht. covrrniK h'-ml
with t:i;h:ly r:ir';,"'l T1 -- if mu;l;ri.
In the mnn.li.i! ;-h th- hf:ul ;'h
soap, hot ;icr aii'i vj rt k;t. I'Fe fme-toothi.-d
coriili, (.ii't' ! n vilii L'ar, to
conib out nilH. Ri ;n iit two or Ihree
married when we both got of age. His i public school system In Tampa, Fla,
i ;!Tf'c!ions are now turned from me.
jllow can I win him back? 2 Is it
ludyliko to allov.- a younc fellow to put
his arms around me when we go out
i walking? ?.t Is it proper for me to
i invite the youn fellow I go with to
I dinner where I am working? (4) What
, Is :i fcood candy recipe? DOLLY.
! (1) You can't win him bark for
:"l-.e;ps," nni you are both too young
to promise to wait fcuch a long time.
. Lreak the encasement. (2) Not un
! ss :hey are engaged, and then lie
i shouldn't do It where everybody can
sep it. (Z) Not unless he is invited bv
ulghtB. fit AIk-'.Iu'ii clranllniFs of ' your employer. ( 4 ) Sea Foam: Two
hair, f calp ar.d tirr..-,'.e Ci., tombs; cupa brown snzar (or i cud wh!te.ai
rub Ir.to h'nlo n lit le ! roene, with cup water, white of on- egg beaten a wedding breakfast was served at
tips of l.nr'.i. t-o or three times a : s'iiT. Roll sugar aud water until it ! ,he nome r the bride's mother, Mrs.
week. ! threads, then pour It into beaten white i E1Ien Callahan, 71G Fourteenth street,
... ; (,r R;iIIje as for frosting. noat u71. ! The dining room was decorated in the
Dear Mrs. Tlnpw.n: I m a girl til r ady to drop on buttered plates. bridaI color of ereen and white, a
of IS at.d have i. en kee:.inc comi.ai;v i You ran aid nuts or pocoaniit If tad t"nuct of rose buds forming the cen-
with a n H-iu.iij about five mofith.s. j wish.
MADDEN-C ALLAH AN.
MTSS ANNA CALLAHAN, THE
daughter of Mrs. Catherine Cal'iahan,
716 Fourteenth street, was united In
marriage yesterday morning at 8
o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic church
to Edward F. Madden of this city.
Dean J. J. Quinn officiated at the
tervices and celebrated nuptial high
mass. Miss Josephine Murphy of
Coal Valley, a cousin of the bride, and
DoFore6t Hoppe of this city attended
the couple. The bride was dressed
In blue voile, trimmed with Irish
point lace. Following the ceremony
terpiece. The couple left today for
Dubuque, where they will make a
short visit, returning to Rock Island
and making their home in this city.
They will be at home to their friends
at 710 Fourteenth street after Oct.
1. The bride has been employed for
some time in the publication depart
ment of the Modern Woodman of
America. The groom is formerly from
the east and is now employed as har
ness maker on the arsenal.
decorated with garden flowers, paper
bluebirds, and the place cards carried
out the spirit of the occasion. A mu
sical program was given, Miss Cora
McPherson giving a piano solo. Miss
Grace Savtlle, accompanied bv Miss
Pearl Savllle, giving a violin selection.
Herman Hawkins playing a cornea
solo, accompanied by Miss Sue Hill,
Ruth Johnson a piano solo, and Ches
ter Olson, accompanied by Miss Bess
Olson, giving a violin solo. Fifty-five
guests were served and a good sum
THE GRADUATE NURSES' D
ciatlon met yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. C. L. Coryn, 1546 Twelfth
avenue, Mollne, for the first meeting
of the fa'.l. There were 16 members
present, and the articles in the Amer
ican Journal of Nursing were read and
discussed. The meeting proved very
interesting as well as beneficial. The
society now has 26 members and la
growing. Mrs. Coryn served refresh
ments. The next meeting will be held
in Rock Island Oct. 17, and Miss Mary
C. Wheeler of the state board of ex
aminers for nurses will be present and
MISS CLARA EFFLANDT, DAUGH
ter of Mr. and Mrs'. J. H. Efflandt, and
Carl Edwin Wahlstrand, both of Mo
line, were united In marriage Wednes
day evening at the home of the bride's
parents, Rev. R. 8. Haney officiating.
Fifty relatives and close friends wit
nessed the ceremony. After the wed
ding supper the bridal couple prepar
ed to leave on the midnight train for
Chicago, but did not succeed in evad
ig their friends until Just as the train
pulled out, as they were accompanied
to the depot by the merry crowd. Af
ter a week or 10 days they will return
to Mollne and go to housekeeping in
A musical pro
gram at 7:30 in
ROCK. 15 LAN D. ILL.
No phone or
ders taken on
Specials for Saturday Only
Daily Arrivals in New Fall Shoe Styles
Come in Saturday and be fitted from these bargains
Women's $3.50 and $4.00 Good
Year sewed, button shoes in a
wide range of styles. Gun metals,
patents, velvets and kid eather,
take your choice Sat
urday for ,
Women's house slippers In 1, 8
and 3 stray style. Also Juliets
with flexible turned soles, regu
lar $1.50 values, most all sizes in
the several styles, Sat
Men's work shoes, guaranteed sol
id leather throughout. Two atyies.
box calf medium weight shoe and
black elk hide upper with heavy
serviceable soles and boUows
value, pair ..J).UU
(Don't forget we are headquarters for children's, school nd dress shoes.
SWANSOV-ENCLUND. ; nig r:uit.ic played by Miss Mable Leaf
THE MARKIA'li: OF MISS HII-'wi.-o h.-.rd. Siiord Englund, Mi&3
Ei.kIuu.1. h.'T l -i'M nn.r. and ' Swans-,!,, brother of th groom, the ulned '"stiTday afternoon at
Elmer S'.i;;-.t u was ! lr.it d last best uia-i and Miss Ruby Joh'.it-on, the
evening ;it S o'( i'ii 1: :.t the ho-uij of iiuuid of honor entered the room. The
hi r ol'.iei i
bride's l .-
r. I.ir.dle r of
, :il S- ini-.ary .
,-. Dr. -Li-idv
U- cht.ilK of the '
e;irs ito. As
r.rrom, with his mother, Mrg. C. E.
S'Aaie.-on, n l.'.s arm followed ar.d
i." bride on her father's arin met
the party ;-t the altar, where the
T. STAFFORD EXTER-
home, 1043 Twenty-second street, for
Mifs Grace Stafford, who will be mar
ried tomorrow morning to John f'ondo.
Five tables of brlduo were played,
with prizes for the play oing to Mrs.
Wil'.iam Sweeney, Mrs. Ren Mitchell,
h r nave his daughter away. MIfb Mrs. Frank North, Mrs. Charles
t!il.i(:ird Kntdund was flower girl j Pratt, and Miss Mabel Payne. The
25c Dressing combs, assorted
colors, each 17
75c quality hot water bot
tles, each 59f
Washable dress shields, 3
sizes, pair Q
Fancy coat buttons, all col
ors, doz 5
Black velvet bags, to 6Sc
ones, each 39
Children's colored leather
bags, values to 29c, for 15
Sterling silver La Vallieres,
59c ones, for 3S
All wool cashmeres in white, pink,
bine and black, marked "seconds"
but practically perfect,
special a pair
2 D B J 1? B n JF
III M g
F ' - . i
MOTHERS who appre
ciate fine materials and
high grade workmanship in
boys and children's clothes
should step S. & L. ward to
morrow. Every garment shown here is select
ed with the utmost rare. Ever' gar
ment must pas a rigid eiaaiination as to quality,
style and workmanship.
In buying the immense quantities that we do,
you obtain a substantial saving on each suit.
A Snappy Showing of Boys' Suits,
Ages 7 to 18 Years
Norfolks with box and inverted pleats, double breast
ed suits in the new Scotch materials; an unusual
collection from (3.0 to 1
Duplex Suits with two pair Knickers,
m to 6 years. In serg
es and fancy tweeds,
$iJ9i to SO.
Suits for Chil
dren . Ages 6 to 10 years. In
fancy worsted, serges
and Scotch tweeds. All
the new shades, i to
Hoys Headwear in neto styles and material from 50c to $2. so
OUTFITTERS TOR ALL NANKIN D
Simon & Landauer
Corner Second and Harrison Davenport.
MISS FLOSSIE E. SIIELEY, DAUGH
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Zori H. Sheley of
Moline. and Ernest E. Hoover, son of
Mrs. Lucretia Hoover, were united in j
maiiiiigt; fuutHuay eveuiug at 0 1 h
o'clock at the home of the bride's par-1 s
ents in that city. Rev. D. S. McCown ; I
of the First Methodist church per- i J
formed the ceremony. Thirty-five rel- !tl
atives witnessed the simple wedding.
After the ceremony a three-course wed-!
ding supper was served. The bridal j
couple left yesterday morning for a.
short wedding trip and on their re-
turn will be at home near Mollne, the !
bridegroom owning a farm in the vl- j
MISS MILDRED SMITH, DAUGH- '
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of
Moline, became the wife of Warner j
Aldcen Wednesday night at C o'clock
at the parsonage of the Swedish Luih- j
eran church in Moline, Rev. A. F. j
Iierrgstrom uniting them in marriage.
Misa Rosie Smith, sister of tbe bride,
and Ragner Pearson were the attend- i
ants. After the ceremony the bridal j
party went to the home of the bride's
parents, where members of the im-'
mediate families enjoyed an elaborate
wedding supper. Tbe couple went im
mediately to housekeeping in a new
home In Moline.
MISS LILLIAN T. HASSELROTH,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F.
Hasselroth of Moline, and Fritz
Nelson were married yesterday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
parsonage of the Swedish L.ith-
I eran church. Rev. A. F. Berg-
strom performing the ceremony. The
couple weer attended by Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Hanson. Mr. Nelson is a mem
ber of tho firm of Nelson & Johnson,
managers of a restaurant on Third
avenue, Moline ,and the bridal couple
will live In apartments over the res
taurant. ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE.
CARDS HAVE BEEN ISSUED BY
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woltman announc
ing the engagement, and approaching
marriage of their daughter. Miss
Ma&deline Elizabeth Stewart, to Dr.
Arthur David Smith, the ceremony
home Wednesday evening, Oct. 2, at
8 o'clock. A number of prenuptial
affairs have beea planned. Mrs. W.
L. Gansert, an aunt, cf Miss Stewart,
will entertain at Fejervary park inn
at a luncheon Sept. 26.
MISS LIZZIE VAN DEGENACHTE
and Phil Roglers were married yester
day morning at Sacred Heart church
in Mollne, Rev. J. B. Culemans offi
ciating. Miss Helen Staelens was
bridesmaid and John La?rmans served
Mr. Roglers as best man. Mr. and
Mrs. Roglers wia make their home in
WOMEN'S 18c HOSE,
To quickly dispose of a line of
women's black ribbed hose, no
better ones for lSc, take 1 f
them at a pair i.UC
CHILDREN'S 25c HOSE, 5c.
Extra fine ribbed, five colors in
lot, sizes 4 to to clear this
broken assortment of 2jc
hose, a pair sC
DRESS GOODS SPECIAL,
Double, fold worsted suitings in
now fall mixtures worth double
the price we ask, - r
this day, a yard -L7C
10 to 20 yard perfect mill lengths
tennis flannels, in light and dark
checks and stripes, 7'
very special, yard .. I 72C
MEN'S TENNIS FLAN MEL
NIGHT ROBES, 50c.
For Saturday we offer this extra
value purchased, in a wide range
cf p.ttorns. They have military
collars and are full cut
garments, all sizes
$1.25 PETTICOATS FOR 69c
Made of Arbutus cloth with tuck
ed sectional flounce, black only,
SWEATERS FOR CHIL
DREN. Warm, well knit sweaters in white,
navy, cardinal and oxford, a spe
cial offer for Qi CltL
These are white with dainty col
ored hair line stripes, made with
military collar and pocket, qa
this day OJC
LACE REMNANTS FOR 15c
lengths to 2 yards of net and
verJse bands, torchons, vals, etc.,
edgings and insertions, f
a remnant XJC
WOMEN'S NECKWEAR 15c
Lace trimmed, pleated jabots of
lawn and swiss. a little mussed
from display, values to 1 (L
50c each JlDC
YARD WIDE FLANNEL
A little lot we picked up at a
pric, new styles and colorings,
best 18o quality, take QLjl
them Saturday at yd ..,X2C
12'ac SEERSUCKER GING
Blues, grays, pinks in pretty
checked and striped assortment,
all 12 values, yl
at a yard .... 2C
The House furn
The new Red Cross Sanitary
.oil mop, a duet killer and
polished surface renewer,
special price $1.39
Kalosomlne Sanitary wall
coating, full line of colors,
in 5 lb. packages, Sat
Fire-proof glased earthen
tea pots, 8 cup site, Satur
day - 10
Hardwood earnest hangers.
So kind, Saturday only 2
Jelly glasses with tin tops.
for Saturday, doa ....18
65c Linoleum A
Sq. Yd. 35c
SATURDAY 9.30 TO 11:30 A. M.
From a big commission
house we secured at a price
250 yards of the best grade
printed linoleum. With the
exception of a few mis
prints, these are all perfect
goods. Each piece contains
from 5 to 20 sq. yards.
Pieces cannot bo cut. You
can surely find the quantity
you want for your room and
just note the price, 5(1
square yard JJ
GINGHAM APRONS, 17c
Good full sizo kitchen aprons of
good quality blue gins- -f T
hams, a special value for ..LlC
LITTLE TOTS WARM
For little 2 to 6 year olds, these
warm bearskin coats, In white
and colors, at a little
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS
Light patterns of printed madras
In all sizes, special A(L
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS,
Printed percales in the newest
color effects, cuffs attached, -q
all sizes, Saturday 0C
MEN'S 25c CASHMERE V
Saturday we will offer a quantity
of these extra value
hose in all sizes, for only.
MEN'S HEAVY COTTON Y
These come in black and tan and
are made to stand hard t ct
wear, all sizes, only ... 1Z2C
All lengths of muslins, sheetings.
tubings, casings, cambrics,etc, at
'A off regular remnant J
Sweater Coats Special $1.00
Hare's your opportunity fellows Tomor
row you may take your choice from these
$1.50 sweatcrcoats, which we will place on
sale, oxford gray, navy bluo ff
unit tan all sizes J)X.UlJ
Women's Fall Underwear
Saturday we offer special a quantity of
women's medium weight, cotton uuiou
suits, in high neck, no sleeves Q
sizes 4, 5, 6, only JfC
from the sales,
The afternoon was
Negro Makes Speeches.
C. B. Hosmer of the Tuskegeti insti
tute for negroes, who spoke Wednes
day at the high school, delivered
bpooches yesterday afternoon at the
Horace Mann and the Longfellow
buildings. He told of the life of Book
er T. Washington, the founder of the
i'.)6titute for the education of the ne
groes, and tbe work that is being dons
by the Institute in thiB line. He also
tpoke to the pupils of the upper
grade of the Lincoln building this
Aunt Sally's Advice
C. M. P., The neck shoald receive j
similar attention to that given the j
complexion, so cofcr and texture of
skin will be the same. A yellow neck
and a white face give a discordant ef
fect. 1 advise using for Lolh neck a:id
complexion, the treatment recommend
ed to "Monica."
F. M., First, stop scowling if you
would get rid of the lines between tho
eyes. The best application for such
lines and all wrinkles, is a solution of
powdered eaxoltte, 1 ounce, dissolved
in witch hazel, pint. Bathe the
face In this daily until entirely re
lieved. Monica: You fcard'y need such a list
of cosmetics as you mention Ordi
nary mercolized wax will help you
more than any or all of them. It will
LADIES HAVE SOCIAL. gradually absorb the withered, discol-
iHt MLMHtKS ur THL LADIES' ; orc-d complexion and you will soon
society of the German Evangelical Lave a new
church enjoyed a social at the home i ir e skin. Y
of Mrs. Carl Krueger in South Rock i an ounce of
Island yesterday afternoon. There) you little at any druggist's. Apply
waa a good attendance of members nightly, like cold cream, washing it off
and,, a considerable- sum was realized s mornings. Woman's Realm.
The second night's canvass of the
clfy to becure. funds for Augustana
college in order that that institution
may benefit by the will of tho late
Senator Ericson of Boone, Iowa, re
sulted in the raising of 120 In cash.
The day's mail brought in 350, mak
ing the total collections for the day
$470. Monday and Tuesday of next
week the students will canvass Mo
line the same way they did Rock Is
land. The solicitations In Itock Is
land resulted in the securing of some
$370 in two nights, if by Oct. 6 the
turn of $46,OoO has been raised, it
will mean an additional $117,000 for
the college. .
How We Make Every Customer a
Every person who enters our stori.
whether to buy or simply to look,sis
made to feel perfectly at homo . Ilo
can take his time about selecting a
shoe that suits him In every particu
lar. We don't try to hurry him, and
will gladly show htm every shoo la
the store if it means satisfaction to
Why not come in and let us show
you how much lower our prices aro
than elsewhere for the same shoe.
ask you to demonstrate It to your own
satisfaction by comparison, which we
earnestly invi'e. Come Saturday and
let us show you "What's what la
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