Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTORER 17, 1912.
Dear Mrs. Tbornpfion: (1) How can
you teil when a boy loves you? (2) Is
It right for a girl to put her arm
around a boy when walking home from
a party? (3, is it right to let a boy
take a girl home frcrr. a party?
(1) By his consideration anil respect
for a pirl, and by always wanting to
be with her. (2) Yes if th hoy isn't
orer & years old. (3 i If the pirl is un
der 1H she shouid be chaperoned,
thouph If both the boy and girl are
sensible there Is no particular barm.
Dea"r Mrs. Thompson: I am married,
but not satisfied with my husband. I
have been married tw ic-, nut i.m no
more satisfied with mv P'-cmd hus
band than with the first, b cause I
fell In love with another married man
when I was atill a girl and we have
been lovers ever since. He is y-ver;il
years older than I, but I love him and
know he loves me as mu h as bis wife.
I go to see him as often iis'l can and
have him come to s' me occasionally.
Bhoi 1, other people Interfer? Am I
doing wrong? LITTLE M"TC!!!i:
Are you wrong! By all the laws of
God and man you are doing a h rrible
wrong, to yoiir.-e!f, to your husband, to
that other man's wife, t a:: society. I
am astounded that a woman tan write
such a letir: You cannot have a.y
sense of the saerertress of your woman
hood, or of the marriage relation. As
for that other n an- it is nut love he
feels for you. This newcpitpcr wonl I
not print in plain EngiVh what he
thinks of you. A m.'.n v l.o really lov
ed you would tell you to forget him a 'id
do your duty t' your hn-br:nd.
Hear Mr. Thompson: I am a pirl
of Is and have n colng to parties,
etc.. s.nec I whs ',. My tno'li'-r al
ways l!k'd the ,i I u, nt out wi'li.
For ub'iitt six f went with one
jot1 man aimo't sti-adv yy mn'hir
Ilk il l.im very much, but when I hroU1
up with him. I 'll (if the beys I etlt
with iilmat two j cats au'i raw iii 'ii
pirl be was Foitip w:!';i tn go will-, m-
again. I like thin voting mp.n betti r
than any of the !ims I have ver tint,
and :ny mo!':i r V Hui. t", u:.t ! lie
Mail'''1 to po w.ln !ne t.: ; now sac
ii'y not want ve c yn w.tli 1 1 1 at
nil. lie very goi d ha'.iits and
makes a iii e salary and there Is noth
ing to be fabl Hi-'itii't him; but sh"
ilo' S rot like file i -! , ;i r f a pill go'.ng
Ire --j Z'J'&'sxi
26 remaining. Thirteen dollars was
collected and from the Metropolitan
Insurance $4.60. The association loan- i
ed six night dresses, iz sneeus. u.-,-.- 1 1 A SW lf nflTII
pairs of pillow cases, four abdominal K M Ii I , J- 1 . 1 1 (5 I K I
PLAN TO CONVERT
bands and six dozen maternity pads ;
Donations were received from the
following: Mesdames W. S. McCombs,
H. D. Mack. J. W. Houder. S. D.
Sweeney, J. B. Bassett, Mr. Mitchem,
Miss Willis. Miss Mary Knox. Miss
Genevieve Camper, Miss Maud Camp
er, Mrs. Camper, Souders laundry.
Reid and Bollman laundry. Dr. Ro
chow. Dr. Ostrom. Dr. Stocker, Dr.
Holllngsworth, Ladies' Mission soci
ety of Broadway Presbyterian church,
Rockwell Ice company. Sylvan Ice
with a rour.g man wl'h whom she has 1 npany. Empire Ice company and
' DnAb T 1 A T Amnn.. tun A Yt Oi
I don't like to dis-1 11 " tumu'
covenant DiDie ciass oi me rirsi
Will Be Taken to Swain Boat
Yards Where It Will Be
Made Into Steamboat. i
broken up before.
jilease mother. What should I do?
If that is joirr mother's only reason.
The annual meeting of the Visiting
Nurse association wi.l be held on the
f How your own heart and good sense, j evenIng of Nov. 4 at the New Hap.
if you expect to marry, you are poing
to like some one man better than all
the others, some day, and mother might ,
as well like him, too. i
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I have;
an eiic;p' ir.eii! with a young man from
a lar; e ritv He is accustomed to the :
society of rich ladles. What shall I 1
say to him aftr the theatre? i2i What
should on order in the cafe after the
thiafre? How may I ask him to
call apain? (!) Recently a voting man i
fore d me to receive his kisses. Should i
I po with b'm ap-iin? (" Do you think I
it t-or.nds bad for a p.rl to say sh has I
a "r'ate ' with a man? 0) Is there any j
harm in permitting a man to put his i
arm a! out a pirl whil out for a walk? j
BLUE EYES. j
Hi T'U hirn if you enjoyed the pl.-y '
and discuss it with hirn. 2i He should
!d the ordfriiip. If he asks you to or-j
f!er. tel him you wi:l be quite satis- ;
tied with his choie", except, of course,
ttifi' you d in't drink wines. (3) Simply
; say that you will be pleased to Fee him
2a;n a your home. (4) Not if you re
F:i't yourself. ( .". i It sounds vulpar.
iCi It cheapens a drl when she 13 not
enagi d to the man. '
per, when election of officers will be
held and plans formulated for tie com
Illinois Postoffice Is Robbed.
Mount Vernon. 111., Oct. 17.-
The big excursion barge. Consort,'
, which has been plyjng southern wat
; ers during the past summer is due to
j arrive in Rock Is and some time this
; afternoon, on its way to Stillwater,
Minn., where it will be made into a
steamboat. Captains Percy, and D. M.
, Swain, are in Rock Island awaiting
1 the coming of the barge. I
! The Consort is coming from Peoria, '
j via the Hennepin canal. The steamer
Alice, will take the barge from the
j canal to LeClaire from which point
the Hiawatha will take it up the river
The Swains have their own boat
yards at Stillwater where the Consort
will be reconstructed. The Swains
postoffice at Dix, Jefferson county, was are at, present operating a boat from
robbed of $700 early yesterday. The
safe was wrecked and the building
damaced by an explosion. Rlood
hounds were put on the trial.
Peoria to La Salle know n as the Per
cy Swain, and have also a big excur
sion steamer in operation known as ,
the D. M. Swain.
I notm Bin nus
3 Sanitary, pmmsti
5 TtA. COFFEE AID SALT
CRYSTAL GLASS MRS
8 ROW POT
UJXO CUBIC INCHES
9 SAHiTARY PAR MXS
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Club
I (It IWOUS flOOVER
Saves Miles of Steps
10 BIG CUP30AR?
p EA5Y TO REACH
II Fill C FCr,U
f 15 ALUMINUM
8 METAL BREAD W
yjrr anv iuirr
p. wvu. vim nj)u
Fills raxidly .is each day
Wo arc not rrivon to 1 mast
in j; in our advortisomonts
it takes uj space and
costs money. But we can't
help expressing our pleas
ure with the success of
this G4 Club. We never
before have received so
many applications for
membership in the Hoos
ier Club so soon aftT
opening the club.
Already 38 Ladies
v m " rw
MISS MARY CECELIA QU1NN,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Quinn, No. 8 Winthrop avenue, Daven
port, and Alyde Arthur Pravitz of
Davenport were married at S o'clock
this morning at the church of St.
t upon their return will make their
1 home in Rock Island. Mr. Wray is
; a member of the auto firm of Likley
& Wray. His bride has been employ
ed in one of the department stores of
Paul the Apostie. The bride w as at- j
CITY ViSITIN'G NURSE
HAS BUSY MONTH
The reK,r: of the visiting nurse,
Mis Mar.' iret Giles, for the month
just passed has been received by the
association and is as follows: Calls
i:iad", 4oii, o4 patients under care of
12 doctors who are Drs. Alfred Muel
ler. Alfred S'oeker, S. B. Hall, Joseph
LeSilva. I.cuis Os'.ruin. Carl J. Ro
chow. W. . Suivcly. J. R. Ho low
busli. Scud' !o, Paul. Sala. Iieck and
Cra in. Forn-r pui-nts 'i; new pa
tients ;:S; 'jo re overed. two did, one
distiiissed, two left town, one trans
ferred to care of fainily, one transfer
fed to praeiiu.l r.urse and there are
ohnTArinnr I. 'S'hiy J
here a iot of fi
RUTH'S BAND TEA. ,
tended by Miss Katherine BriUou and Alltt5- J- lKt-MAiN.N Al HLlt
Thomas Clark was the groom's best hoEe. 741 Twenty-third street, was
man. The ushers w ere Christ Schwartz ' ,he hostess yesterday afternoon at the
and Ed Quinn, the latter a brother of 'juarterly tea of Ruth's Band of Hroad
the bride. Miss Lila Quinn, a sister way Presbyterian church, 60 ladies be
of the bride, sang "Ave Maria" before , ls,B her guests. The devotional ser
tlie cerwnony and during the offertory ! vcps were conducted by Mrs. C. D.
Eo Quinn sang. The bride wore a McLane and Mrs. F. W. Rahnsen gave
gown of white satin made entrain. The j a review of the second chapter of
bodice was draped in lace and trim-' the band's study book, "The Lit;ht of
n.ed with pearl ornaments. She wore 1 'he World." Miss Gladys McNamara
the full length veil and her ornament Pleased wh a piano solo and Miss
was a cameo lavalier and she carried Grace Long gave the field notes on
an arm bouquet of bride's roses and , 'he foreign mission topic the Philip
au ivory' prayer book. Her maid were j Pines. Mrs. E. O. Vaile gave an inter
yellow crepe and carried yellow chry j -sting talk on "Mormonism" and Mrs.
santhemums. Following the ceremony I Danie". Hayes, Jr., sang. At the close
a wedding breakfast of six courses was ! of the program Mrs. Trernann served
served at the home of the bride to 33 tpa.
guests. The house was decorated with ,
chrysanthemums, ferns and autumn: VILLA GUILD COFFEE,
foliage. Mr. and Mrs. Pravitz left at! MRS. J. J. IiL'GEE, 909 TWENTY-
noon for an eastern wedding trip and third street, was the hostess jester
after Nov. 1 will be at home at No. h day afternoon at a coffee given under
Winthrop avenue, Davenport. Mr. ; tLe auspices of the Villa guild. There
Pravitz Is connected w ith the Western : v as a large attendance of ladies pres
,F!cur Mill company. ?tA and the afternoon proved a very
! ! enjoyable one. Mrs. Hugee was assist-
I U. P. BROTHERHOOD SUPPER. , ed by Mrs. J. li. Corken, Mrs. Fred
j THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE ' Drown, Mrs. Joe Smith and Miss Es
! Vnited Presbyterian church held its ther Dodson of Davenport. There was
semi annual election of officers of the a cake and candy booth that netted
church last evening, when the follow- the guild a nice sum. Pink and white
leg were chosen to serve:
: i w : S ,: -
!j are oin to sat- J.
''A '. "
v a many Spbjr:'
hundred menJj m
mis season. r5? M
ij r or motonno:, storms p
H business or dress '17 ' t
H Wear, wvh shiwl, f ' :
;jn cr convertible I . ; 1
7 collars: bet, pleat frLj "wrt
3 - . .Jz. UltJ p
;r plain backs in I fj I
inciilas, Scotch J I 1 I
$ omer choice weaves.
I) Choicest lot or coats you ever
1 V '
$13, $18, $20, $22.50
up to $38
If you a-e oxj-osej to tie rcld a pood part of your time
jcu'll taAe to theer new .Mackinaw coats. The idea was
brought from the Iu:i.ter amps cf the north, where a
1 "t e.g'.:t hut warm oat was neessary. They come
!n J3 snd f.4 in. h coat wi?;-. ktawl ai.d changeable col
l.i s. I rices J" "0 to J.",.
- V ft
President H. T. McKown.
Vice President C. E. Bryan.
Secretary Donald Vance
Treasurer Fred A. Felske.
At 7 o'clock the men served a chicken
pie supper to 40 members and follow
ing the dinner informal talks were giv
en by Rev. J. L. Vance on the missio:i
'ai movement of the United Presbyter
ian church and the conference that is -I
to be hel-j at Monmouth Oct. 30 and
! 31. W. i. Aster spoke on the national .
convention of brotherhoods to be held
at Pittsbi rgh Nov. H' l-I Mr. Vander
. heydc n of Davenpirt and S:un Thomp
son of Moline talked on the benefits
of national convt ntions. J. I). War-j
nock talked on loial churOi finanos, :
and E. B. McKown talked on the lav- i
men's missionary mov mi nt and the!
, ctnvention that is to be held in Rock!
; Isl.ir.d Nov. 17-1S. A general d:scus- '
; sion was participated in by other men
present, and the body aeier-d to send
a large delegation to the federation of
men's clubs to be held at .Memorial ,
Christian chUTch tomorrow tvenin;. i
BOX HOLDERS FOR "AHASUERUS."
THE BOXES FOR THE FIRST
night performances of "Ahasuerus,''
for the benffit of Bethany home, in j
both Rock Island and Moline, have i
been sold by subscription. The sub- '
scribere will fill the boxes with pprties '
of friends. I
Rock Island box holders are: Mes
dames Frank Robinson, K. W. Hurst.
Hugh Curtis. Mary Wadsworth, H. S.
1 Cable and W. H. Marshall.
Moline box holders are: Mr. and ;
Mrs. G. H. Huntoon, Mr. and Mrs. F.
G. Allen. Miss Ada Stephens. Mr. and
( Mrs. C. R. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. H.
jA. Ainsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
'Ainsworth, Mr. and Mrs. William But
': terworth, and Mrs. C. H. Deere.
Over 200 names of patrons have been
received by Mrs. C. J. Searle for the
opening night in Rock Island, and there
rooms and a lunch was 6erved. Mrs.
(icorge Wagner will give a coffee for
tne Villa guild some time next month, i
Everybody Everywhere is interested in seeing just how quickly we will enroll
the 64 members.
Look Here Ladies Why shouldn't you have One of These Hoosier Cabinets?
Your husband buys anything (no matter what it costs') that, will save him time
and labor in his business ho is always looking for a short cut in business well
now, why shouldn't you dothesamr if one of these Hoosier Cabinets will Save
you Miles of Steps and they will, then you are just as entitled to one as he is to
a Time Saver in his business. X ow just put it up to him show him how he can
lighten your kitchen work and Paying for it on the Club Plan you will never
We are not an Installment Store this is simply a plan worked out by the Manu
facturer he carries the burden and we act as his agent.
So many ladies have
telephoned' to us to hold
IToosiers for them that in
all fairness" to those who
come to the store iirst we
must decline to Hold Cab
inets Longer Than One
Day. If you don't come
to store the following day
your place will he given up
to those who have paid tho
Come tomorrow with $1.00
you enroll your name in
the CA Club as a member
and one of the beautiful
White Enamel Cabinets is
immediately delivered to
your home vou use it and
each week you pay $1.00
until your cabinet is paid
for in full.
Vhat Yo uet With the Hoosier
At No Extra Charge.
Without extra coet you got
with tho Hnomler a ean'.tarjr flnur
bin, cpr!iy f5 pounde; "clock
fsce" jiHtrftwl want lift; roomy
cuphoer'l for crroals. dlwViea, etc:
metal mteur bin, dimt-prpnf ;
crystal Kir. a atr-tisht upleejnrs;
Elans, a!r-t'.(flit t?a aiM cotTee
3r; hnnrty uteri1l hooki; ranl
tary rollieif pin ruck; Improve!
metal brt-nil and cul box; met
al cake tray; compartment cut
lery drawer; large pot and ket
tlo O'lphourd; pan rack, ilM!ni
abelf: convenient euttlr.a; rrvnnl;
patented aluminum covered ta
ble, 40xS9 lnrhea larger, more
con-nlent than a kltchnn table,
copper t inted ndj letable door
fnntenere; ball-bearlnn, high
grade prrned etei-1 cantera. Fln
liOi In K'il,!en oak, water and
rMze, heRht. S Bfee S Inches;
width, 3 feet 4 mcnes; depth of
lower aectlon. 2 feet 4 Inchea.
220-22-24 Vest 3rd St.,
MA'ai MVP r.. J uw ! i i
KING'S DAUGHTERS UNION.
A MEETING OF THE KING'S
Daughters circles of Rock Island coun
ty will he held at the First Baptist
church, Moline, next Saturday after
noon beginning at 2 o'clock. At the
husiness meeting election of officers
will he held and reports from 23 cir
cles in the county will he received. A
n-port of the Mate convention will be
presented as will a!o a report of the
Visiting Nurse association. A program
has been prepared and a social hour
will follow the meeting.
PASTOR'S AID SEWS.
THE PASTORS AID SOCIETY OF
Central Presbyterian church held an
pii day meeting yesterday in the
church parlors. Nearly 40 ladies came
to spend the day sewing and at noon
a luncheon was served to them. Tho
ladi.s- are preparing for their annual
the devotional exercises and the
ciety observed the day of prayer.
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS KAT1I
erine Fitzgerald, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David Fitzgerald of 708 Twenty
first street, this city, and Dr. Horatio
I). Luse, formerly of Louisville, Ky., i
now of Chicago, will take place this I
eening at 8 o'clock at St. James Cath-j
olic church, Chicago, Rev. Father
Dunn officiating. Dr. Luse is a sur- 4(r
ji'on and physician connected with
the Hahnemann hospital in Chicago.
Miss Fitzgerald has always made this
city her home and she has many
friends here. She has been employed
in the auditing department of the
Modern Woodman office. Dr. Luse and
his bride will make their home at 3024
Lake Park, Chicago, during the com-
TAFT IS HELD AN
AID OF PROGRESS
Secretary of War Asserts It Is
"Monstrous" to Attempt
G. O. P. Wreck.
SENTENCE" IS OPPOSED
tale which is to be held Nov. 15 at
the church at which time they plan to, ing winter.
have eight large booths and to con- j
duct the largest sale they have ever', SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
MISS ZOE H. MOVER OF CLEVE-1
land, Ohio, and Claire Ti. Foster of
Moline were married yesterday at the ,
home of the bride, 2608 Daisy avenue, :
Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Foster went
cast for a wadding trip and after Nov. ;
1 wiK be at home in a flat on Seventh ,
avenue and Fifteenth street, Moline.
Mr. Foster is manager of the Moline;
office of the Western I'nion Telegraph
THE LADIES OF THE FIRST
r.apti6t church will hold their October
coffee tomorrow afternoon at the home
o? Mrs. J. J. Ingram, 705 Seventeenth
The Ladies' Aid society of Broad
vay Presliterian church will meet
with Mrs. N. W. Steiner, 725 Twenty
st rond street, tomorrow afternoon at
3 o'clock. The membership is askeJ
n be present.
Woodmen of the World, Rock Island
camp No. 85, haB Issued cards to a
private dancing party to be given at
U. P. MISSION SOCIETY. j Eiks hall this evening. Lleuer's or-
THE WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SO-; che Btra wil1 e've the daDce ProSraln-
ciety or the Tinted Presbyterian l
church met last evening at the home i
Denies Organization Is Ruled
Bosses Calls It Freer Than
in which John C. Calhoun used It
to protect the great special Interest
of slavery, but an instrument fitted
to solve the great problems of tomor
row, just as Lincoln used It to solve
the great war problems of his day.
f'H A l ACT r. 11 I N t II A N.F.I.
"Now, If we are right In this. If
our faith has a rational justification,
it is a monstrous thing to attempt
to destroy this great party this in
strument which has been working out
the destiny of progress In this nation
for 50 years tt is a monstrous thing
to allow the Impulse, th passion, the
lack of vision or of perspective creat
ed by the events of a single year, to
destroy the organized momentum for
good of a haf century. If It has been
(Continued on Page, Nine.)
of Mrs. J. L. Vance. 1014 Fourteenth-
has been fully as gratifying a response and a-half street. The subject for the
i to Mrs. G. H. Huntoon of Moline. Ev-; lesson study was Egypt and the Sudan
j ery mall brings additional names. l r.r.d Mrs. Vance was in charge of the
I i program. Mrs. Sanburce conducted
l WRAY-M ACDON ALD. i
i MISS GOLDDYE Mnnvin I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
Donald of Taylor Ridge, III., and Bert
Wray, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Wray
of this city, were united in marriage
at Clinton, Iowa, yesterday afternoon
at 1 o'clock. The ceremony was per-
1 formed in the parlors of the Lafayette
Inn. Rev. Mr. Nye of the Methodist
church officiating. The bridal couple
' was attended by Miss Myrtle Mat Don
ald, a sister of the bride and H. Gi
Barmettle. The bride wore a b ue
tailored suit w-uh bat and gloves to
match. Mr. and Mr6. Wray left for
, Chirij-i toe a abort tddmg trip and
A trial of
Try it today and see fcr
Rheumatism Relieve!? tn a M Hours
N. B. Langiey, Madison. Wis. says:
"I was almost helpless with rheuma
tism for about five months. Had It In
rcy neck so could cnt turn my bead,
and all through my body. I tried three
doctors and many remedies without
any relief whatever until I procured
Dr. Deletion's Relief for Rheumatism
In a few hours the pain was relieved
and in three days the rheumatism was
completely cured and I was at work."
gold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second ave
cue. Rok Island: Gut Schlegel & Son.
220 West Second street, Davenport.
The pleasant purgative effect ex
perienced by all who use Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
, the healthy condition of the body and
n.ind which they create, makes one
feel joyful. Sold uy ail druggists.
Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 17. Secretary
Henry L. Stimson made his first
speech of the presidential campaign
here last night, advocating the reelec
tion of President Taft and 'the con-
tinuance of the republican party in
power. Although he said "wen who
i were formerly republicans are. now
trying to destroy the party," and de-
i nounced as "a monstrous thliiii the
! attempt to destroy this great party
this instrument which ha3 been work-
i ing out the destiny of progress in
this nation for uu years," the secre
tary did not mention either Colonel
I Roosevelt or the progressive party
by name. His speech ws a disc us-
i sion of issues between republicans
I and democrats, prefaced by a vigorous
reply to the contention that the re
publican party had outlived its useful
I ness. making a third party necessary.
I "The republican party is the- great
.liberal party of the nation," said Mr. i 6
i Stimson. "not the conservative par-, S
j ty which opposes reforms nor the rad- j O
' ical party which merely agitates re-
; forms, but the liberal party which ac- j O
jcomplist.fs re-forms. This is not. a !3
: mere accident of history. Ii fol.ow s !
necessarily and ir.e--. itably from th. q
form of our government and the views i p
held toward that government by the rj
j men who are republicans. It is a Q
necsi-.iry result of the national vi: 6
'held by republicans toward th-ir f-d- g
i eral union and the iib-ral views of O
i construe 'ion held by the in toward q
their federal convitution. Our par-: Q
ty contains the nien who believe the s
const if.i'ion ig an instrument of na-; y
tiona". propria, ,.lt a M..r,. refig-; o
cf ves fd j f?ii an inslr j'r.eiil not
To h"? i:-.'(i to pro'eit tie; grat s;ir- u
You Should See These Excellent New
Shoes for Fall and Winter.
You'll surely like t- styles we show.
! and after you have, worn a pair, you
; will know that they wear better than
any others you can get at the price,
j The shoes we. sell are really made from
better leather and in a better manner
i than any others sold at the same price.
Prove this fact to your own satisfae
; tinn by wearing one pair. You will
f.ave money by getting acquainted wilh
us and our methods. Priester-Hickey
I Sho" company, Harper house block.-
news all the time Tho
IN WOODLAWN ADDITION
6 We have 54 fine building
These lots are the best Invent- j
ment proposition in the city o
and are selling fatt. You can Q
BUY THESE LOTS ON EASY 8
J. G. WOODBURY &
Room 219 220 Safety Building g
Telephone West 302.
Residence Phone West 14'
cial ii.;e-reois ot today in the inann.r ' oCOOOCOOCCOOOOCOOOOOCOOOOO