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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1912.
: Dear Mrm. Thompson: (1) Will
Turkish toweling hat be worn this
winter? (2) Will the reversible coata
be worn? (3) I have a white rib
bon aash of three yards, cost II. Wtl
It pay to hare it cleaned? (4) For a
chlld'a party would sandwiches, fruit
and cake be enough?
(6) Please suggest something nice
to give my boy friend. (6) I am 18,
medium tall, weigh 127; how shall
I wear my hair? (7) Shall I accept
uch presents as a belt pin, a Jeweled
barret te, a Jewel box or an ornamental
clock, from a young man? (8) Wou'.d
It show good taste to wear a young
man's picture in my locket? (9) If
soma one aaka me to bring my gentle
man friend to see them, shall I tell
him or shall the one who Invites us?
- (10) I have a black velvet hau
Would it be all right to trim It around
the crown with white Bwanedown. orineapiDg cup flour, stirring quickly.
left tti afternoon for a short wed
ding trip and upon their return will
liAe at 162 Fourth avenue, Moline. j
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INSURED LARGE PATRONAGE.
1 tit; rAltlU.V bALik ton irtE
iioiine pertormances ot "Anasuerus"
opened Monday morning witn uie lob
by of the theatre BUed with those
anxious to view the lestival pageants
ol the music drama Irom the most ad
vantageous 6eata. The Rock Island
patron sale opens tomorrow morning.
Last night's heavy rain did not keep
the singers from rehearsal. Although
tLey are thoroughly prepared for the
public performances, the tuneful music
and animated stage evolutions interest
the singers so completely that already
-Tell him yourself, unless it Is a for-'""5 "e regreiun. u.e i6
mal affair. (10)-Yes. (ID-Wear, rehearsals The multitude of
the veil over the face going to the yfun omef ln2?e Tt!
altar are highly pleased with the soft tints
After tie ceremony the first brides-lnd sraceful draperies of the oriental
maid or maid of honor, throws the costumes The Moline performances
bride's veil back and the bride leaves w fu"u
uu xiock isiauu rjiuaj auu cuiuiuaj
the altar with her face uncovered.
(12) Tea. (13) A pretty arts crafts
brooch. (14) Yes, if he can afford it.
PARTY FOR GROOM TO BE.
HARRY ANDREWS WAS GUEST
of honor at a family dinner given Sun
day by Mr. and Mrs. William Young
at their home on Fortieth street. Rock
would it be too o'.d for me? (11)
Is It correct to wear the bridal veil
over one's face? (12) Would a wool
erepe make a suitable wedding dress
for a simple home wedding, if It was
trimmed with rich lace? (13) What
would be suitable presents for a bride
to give her bridesmaids? (14) Would
diamond tie pin be suitable for the
groom to give his best man and the
ushers? THE BRIDE'S SISTER.
(1) No. (2) Yes. (3) Clean with
then let cool, adding four eggs, one
at a time; add level teaspoonful salt,
one teaspoon vanilla. Bake in hot
oven 25 minutes. Cream: Two eggs,
one-half cup sugar, three-fourths cup
milk, one tablespoon cornstarch, one
half teaspoon vanilla.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am deeply
in love with a young man two years
my senior. I have been out with
him several times but of late have
gasoline, then lay between dam; not heard from him. We had no
Cloths and press out. (4) Have Ire quarrel. I have his ring. Do you
cream In place of fruit, and a variety advise me to return It or wait un
of little cakes. (5) If tie has a liob- til he asks .for It? Is there no way
by, get something along that line; to win his love? MARGERY,
book, gloves, bill book, fob, handker- If you are not engaged to him, send
chiefs. the ring to him at once. You have
(6) Coll it about the head In a j no right to wear it or keep it. You
loose braid. If long enough. If not, I can't win any man's love by grabbing
draw It softly away from th" face j for It. Be pleasant, sweet, attrac
lnto a loose coll at the back. (7 tive, and chow your Interest In things
Yes, If they are not very valuab'e. : that Interest him, but let him feel that
(8) No, unless he Is your fiance. (9) j he ia entirely free.
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HARRIET HENDERSON PARTY.
THE HARRIET HENDERSON Me
morial class of the First Me'.hodibt
Sunday Hchool were guests st a very
unique and enjoyiibbj Hallowe'en par
ty given by Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Wein
berger at tlieir home on Simth Seven
teen;h rlreei. Twenty ighr of tli"
members attended, and were well re
paid for braving th- rain rnd mud.
Jark o'lunterns ami oilier lantern:
'.lfthted th .ay from th" s;r"ft c;ir to
the home. The in. mm- was ! iborat- ly
deeorated jn i orn Hulks, e. rs of eon
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will you
please send me a good cream puff
recipe? MRS. X G. S.
Hera ia a cream miff reciDe that
Is well liked: Stir into one cup of J"" oeing a sort of last pre-nuptiai
boiling water one-half cup butter, one ! 10 nonor 11 approaching marriage.
me decorative coior scneme was w ime
and yellow, which was al6o carried
out in the menu. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. William Stone, Mrs. An
drews, Miss Pearl Andrews, Ray An
drews and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bibbs.
Out-of-town guest was Harry Jenkins
o Princeton. Mr. Andrews will be
married to Miss Cora Tlegren Oct.
24. The wedding will be an evening
one at the bride's home. This bride
has been much feted during the weeks
before her marriage.
MUSIC STUDENTS' PROGRAM.
THE MUSIC STUDENTS GAVE A
study program yesterday afternoon at
the home of Miss Louise Thorn- i
sen on East Foruteenth street,
Davenport This was the first
study meeting of the fall season
and an ensemble program was given.
A quartet composed of Miss Grace
Ames, Mrs. A. P. Griggs, Mrs. R. R.
Reynolds and Mrs. T. O. Swiney sang .
"Indian Serenade" by Beresford,
"Years at the Spring" by Mrs. Beach '
and "Oh Heart of Mine" by Clough-1
Leiter. Miss Louise Thomsen and i
Miss Gertrude Branigan played two pi- i
ano numbers, "Variation in E Minor"!
by Sinding and Scherzo Op. 7 by San j
Skene. The next meeting will be Nov. '
4 with Miss Julia Ryan on Brady j
ENTERTAIN FORTNIGHTLY CLUB.
MRS. A. G. ANDERSON, MRS. O. P.
Anderson and Mrs. D. W. Dahlsten at
the home of the former, 3908 Eighth
avenue, last evening entertained th;
number of grains of corn on an ear , members of the Fortnightly Reading
were sussed, nnd there were other circle and thelr nusbands lne com.
con-ruts. Halloween refreshments pi ny numbering 32. One of the inter
v cre served, and everything in detail etting features of the evening's enter
carried out the Halloe'en idea. , uinment was an auction with Albln
" Anderson as auctioneer. Each guest j
HENKE-GERDES. j bcught with beans as money a eouv-!
THIS .MOUNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK 1 erir. There was also an art gallery
tcok place the marriage of Miss Emma contest and Miss Alberta Lindahl took
Vnrgurrt Gordrs, daughter of Mr. and ' the prize. An elaborate lunch
$ KbigBH. iyliss&s 8, Girls.
CR0SSMAN LEADS OTHERS FOLLOW
YOU'VE probably noticed that in our advertising we
talk a great deal about "values." That is the very foundation of
this store and its tremendous success in this city. It isn't so
much "prices" you can get "prices" anywhere, but VALUES
such as you can only get here, combined with prices, mean a lot to women
The sure way to know our values and prices is to come here and compare
our garments with those shown in other stores we'll abide by your verdict
Here Are Coat Values Truly Rare
Demonstrating beyond any doubt the great purchasing power back
of this store a wonderful collection of finest Coats, that in style, qual
ity, linings and fit, recognizes no equal.
Coats of every description in all the NEWEST fabrics, values much
higher than these prices indicate 12.98, 14.75 and 18.75.
Women's and Misses' Suits, 14.75
Fine whipcords, serges, diagonals, chev
lots, all newest fall mixtures, semi-cutaway,
shirred and plain backs, correct
shaped collars and reveres, lined with guar
anteed satin. Styles absolutely the latest
various kinds were playe.1. A list of
questions were answered by the names
of vegetables, the number of seeds In
a snia'.I pumpkin were guessed, the
Wednesday Suits at 9.?8
Splendid values at this price all-wool serges, In navy,
black and brown, also some gray whipcords, well tailored
and lined with good grade satin, 9.98.
Seal Plush Coats at 12.98
A Wednesday special, representing a value not to be
found elsewhere made of fine seal plush, trimmed with
ilk ornaments and caracul, well lined what you can call
a bargain at 12.98.
Genuine Sealette Coats, 24.75
Guaranteed genuine sealette plush coats
big loose, coats with beautiful large silk
ornament fastenings or three silk frogs,
plush or Jewel buttons, lined with finest sat
in, truly mighty attractive coats at 24.75.
Misses' and Juniors' Chinchilla and
Mixture Coats 7.98
Made with heavy sailor collars, one-piece Johnny style,
cloth coats bound and trimmed with reversible materials,
15 to 18 years 7.98.
Broadcloth Coats at 9.98
A most timely offering, coats are made of black chiffon
broadcloth,' lined throughout with satin. Other coats in
lot are of chinchilla, boucle, zibeline, rough weaves and
novelty mixtures, all sizes, 9.98.
New Silk Waists at 1.98
Messalines, taffetas and chiffons,
some lingerie cloth, hand embroidered
and trimmed with fine laces 1.98.
Knit Worsted Sweater
Hand knit In mannish styles, V
neck, two pockets, trimmed with but
tons, single breasted in gray, white
and cardinal, 2.49.
Serge Skirts at 2.98
Values with a big "V" because you
would expect to pay at least S5 for
such skirts as these. Straight gored
designs and the new belted backs,
values are rare at 2.98.
Kimonos at 98c
Figured challies In pretty Persian
effects, long sleeves, well made, 98c.
Trimmed Hat Department VALUES
Beautiful dress hats in all newest shapes and shades, some copies from
high priced hats, very new, 7.50.
A special display of trimmed hats, alues such as you will not be able
to get anywhere at less than 7.50 here 4.98.
Lingerie Waists at 98c
.Made with new tight long 6leeves,
high neck, trimmed very prettily with
pin tucking, laces and fine embroid
ery designs 98c.
Flannelette Nightgowns 49c
High and low neck, trimmed, com
fortable garments for cool nights 49c.
And More $6 Beavers
Five different shapes and most all
colors the popular hats now, regular
$6 values, here 3.98.
Tuu are Invited to open a
monthly Charge Account
at this store.
autumn leave, and in" the an-li 1 Mrs John UerdeB to Robert IlenKe of j ""ved during the evening.
way between t.h parlors were strung
red haH and grains of cirn. As :i
center piece on the ditnisK r:::i tubl"
was an Immerse choi!t.K ! wl fiUni
with all kinds of rifie vee- l.tble and
nuts, and with their foli; t" made a
mo! attractive decoration. (Jmnes cf
U I utivi.
W-dU I liro.it.
Sold for 70 years
Ak Your Doctor.
1t;? Fourth avenue, Moline, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Ilenke. The cere- SEVENS STUDY MEETING.
irony w;:s performed by liev. Ph. Wil-! THE SEVENS WERE ENTERTAIN,
helm of the Cermari Lutheran church j ed by Mrs. Fabian Lawson, 91S Nine
M.rl was solemnized at the home of teenth street, Moline, last evening, and in
the Lride's parents, 718 Eleventh ' spite of the unpleasant weather there
tricef. Attending the bride was Miss was a very good meeting. The first
Ciifsie Kroeuer and Reinhart Gerdes. ; eipht chapters of Quentin Durward
brut her of the bride was the groom's were studied, Miss Florence Houghton
lM man. Owinp to a recent bereave-1 of this citv takine the first four rhm
ru nt In llie family the service vas
attended by members of the immediate
. families. The bride wore a gown of
ters and Miss Nellie Anthony the other
fcur chapters. Then followed an inter
esting discussion of unusual words and
vbite embroidery and she carried i phrases found in the work. A very
bride's roes. Her attendant was ' pleasant social hour followed the stndv
dressed in white seree and carried
jink carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Henke
Overcoat, No. 767
NOTE Wc guarantee
Our Tailoring to be
of the Better Class.
Exclusive Local Dealer in Fine
Clothes Tailored to Order. by
Ed. V. Price & Co., Chicago
HOUSE NUTTING PARTY.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIAL
lecgue of Central Presbyterian church
carried out an interesting house nut
t'ng party last evening at the church.
Each member attending was given
r.eedle and thread and a piece of cloth
with which to make a nutting bag and
after they were finished nuts that
v tre concealed about the house were
hunted. There was a peanut race, a
nut guessing contest and other games
o! a similar nature. Refreshments
suitable to the games were served.
CELEBRATES 50TH BIRTHDAY.
MRS. J. HASSELQl'IST AT HER
home, 3427 Ninth-and-a-half avenue,
yesterday celebrated her 50th birthday
anniversary and during the afternoon
a large number of her friends called
Aunt Sally's Advice
to Beauty Seekers
Red nose The nose is a more deli
cate organ than most people imagine.
' It should be touched as little as pos
sible. For undue redness the treat
men. lexornmended ia following pitta
graph s-iii be found effective. Apply
1 Muddy skin The sanest, safest and
surest method of giving a cler,
; heaithy. trtnsparent appearance t-j the
i ceinpleiion is to apply ord'naiy tner
co'u'.d wax every night for from ce
to two weeks. This wax, obtainable
at any drug store (one ounce is suf-
: f elect) actually takes off a bad com
pletion by gently and gradually ab-
, sorting tbe thin veil of surface skin.
The. new skin then In evidence is as
fresh and velvety as a young girl's.
Vhe wax is applied like cold cream
rr:d washed off mornings.
Wrinkles A harmless lotion made
as follows has been found very ef
! foctlve in cases of wrinkles and flab
, biress: Powdered saxolite, one ounce,
, dissolved in witch hazel, one-half
: pint. Bathe the face in this occasion
i a.ly. Woman's Realm. (Advertise
informally to extend congratulations.
Mrs. Hasselquist received a large bou
quet of rose buds, one for each year
of her life and numerous smaller bou
quets of flowers and other gifts. The
guests were served to an elaborate
FAE KAE CLUB OUTING.
THE MEMBERS OK THE FAE KAE
club with Mrs. K. T. Anderson as chap
eron had an outing at Steno's cross
ict above Bettendorf Saturday. The
party left in the early morning and
came home in the late afternoon after
a day of solid enjoyment. They made
a camp fire and broiled stake and
roasted potatoes and prepared a din
ner that could not be equalled. Games
v ere played and pictures of the party
YOUNG PEOPLES BRANCH MEETS.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S BRANCH
of the W. f. T. U. met last evening
a the homo of Mrs. Will Woodin on
Mi'th and Webb streets. South Rock
Island. Election of officers was to
have been held last evening but be
cause of the disagreeable weather the
attendance was small and election was
I stponed till the next meeting. Gaines
vere played and lunch was served.
Y. L. A. GIRLS MEET.
THE Y. L. A. GIRLS OF SPENCER
Memorial Methodist church were en-
; tertained last evening at the home of
; Mrs. C. E. Hawkins, 4313 Eighth av
enue. There was no business before
the meeting and not many of the mem
lers were present. However those
, who did attend had a very pleasant
social time and were served to lunch.
COLONIAL 500 CLUB.
MRS. GEORGE STANNARD AT
her home, 941 Twenty-first street, wa8
the hostess yesterday afternoon to the
rnrmbers of the Colonial 500 club. In
tie card games Mrs. Smith took the
head prize, Mrs. Sexton the second,
; Mrs. J. K. Scott the guest prize and
Mrs. M. A. Scott the cut prize. Lunch
was served after the games.
'HOSTESS AT FAREWELL PARTY.
j MRS. D. G. GRANT ENTERTAINED
12 ladies at the Commercial club,
Davenport yesterday at a farewell par
ty for Mrs Louis H. Berry, 704 Elev
enth avenue, this city who has gone
to Tuscon, Ariz.
i SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
j THE SALE AND COFFEE THAT
1 was to have been given tomorrow at
1 tbe home of Mrs. L. Simon, 702 Twen
ty first street, by the Deborah society
j has been postponed Indefinitely.
A benefit dance will be given by the
j Freternal Aid association council No.
j 706 and the Mystic Workers council
No. 1086 at Beslin's hall. 1303 Second
avenue tomorrow evening. Bleuer's
1 orchestra will furnish the music. Tbe
, proceeds will be donated to a worthy
STILL BUSY HERE
Spurious $10 Bills Make Their
Appearance Today Found
in Davenport and Moline.
Evidence of the renewed activities
i oi th counterfeiters gang which has
; been operating in the tri-cities, was
! again discovered today by the appear
' ance of a number of spurious $10 bills.
During the past week a number of
I these fake notes have come into the
I hands of Moline and Davenport bank-
ers but none had made their appear
ance in Rock Ibland until today.
Those bills are clever imitations,
, and unless held up alongside the gen
1 nine note, would pass readily. They
bear the number B12178411 and bear
the likeness of Michael llillegas, the'
'first treasurer of the United States.:
The ink, Etead of being a brilliant or-j
j at.ge color, is rather a yellowish-blue.1
line silk threads are to be found in !
the paper, but the engraving work is a
! tr;fie smudgy.
It is the belief of the authorities j
' that an organized band is systematical-:
I ly working this vicinity. A flood of j
; spurious dollars and half dollars has '
; descended upon the city and the ap-;
! pea ranee of the $10 bills bears evi-:
dnce of the cleverness and versatil-j
i ity of the counterfeiters.
The case will be carried to the court
of linaj resort and we feel confident
ci the final outcome. The fraternal
beneficiary system, happily, cannot be
killed, nor even temporarily embarrass
ed, by the rulings of inferior courts.
"As to the immediate effect of the rul
ing of Judge Bradbhaw, our course will
be governed by the advice of our legal
department. Should our procedure be
changed in any wise, announcement
of such change will bt made within a
few days. Meanwhile, we shall con
tinue the work of transferring our
! n. embers to the new plans."
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change tne rates without the consent
of members, according to a ruling by
Judge liradshaw, in the district court
today. The decision was given in a
case wherein the insurgent wing ol
thp organization asked the court to 6et
aside and annul certain changes in
articles in the association by-laws
adopted by the head-camp of the Mod
ern Woodmen of America.
Des Moin ?s, Iowa, Oct. 22. The pro-1
posed changes in the law governing;
I the Modern Woodmen of America is!
' a direct violation of the vested con
tract rights of members, and is null i
and void so far as it attempts to'
Somerset, Ky. Arthur Phelps was
killed and two m-'n w re wounded in
a battle brtwocn friends of James
Phelps and a posse of officers, . who
had ariested James on a charge of
murdering Riley Price. James was
brought to Somerset and placed in
news ail tbe time
BRADSHAW RULING DOES
I Mrvr ninDDV unnnMCM
i iiui vvunni vy uuumuii
Head Clerk C. W. Hawes, comment-
: ir.g on the decision or Judge Brad-
sbaw in the district court of Polk
county, Iowa, at Des Moines, issued j
i the following statement today: i
"The decision of Judse Bradshaw '
will not stand. In the opinion of the,
society's officers. We believe it to be ;
contrary to the law and the evidence
At Fountains & Elsewhere
The Original and Genuine
Thi Food-drink for Ail Ages.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Tike no imitation. Just say "EORLICTi"
Slot In Any Milk Trust
Rain Coats Auto Coals
Practical and dresBy enough for
either "rain or shine" weather.
New Fall models that are be
coming and servici al lo and have
many new and good features to
They come from t'.e best makers
of rain coats and are made of re
liable rain-proof materials dur
able and dressy garments, espe
cially suitable for runp.h fall
weather or for auto or carriage
Well madi. Tracheal and
Rain Coats at
$2. so, 4.08, 6.?S
up to $o.g8
Perfect protection aefttrist the
wind and chilly weather and will
last for years.
Children s Rubbsrized Sateen
Storm Capes at $1.08
A big contract placed at the right time enables us to make this
record-breaking low price. A well made dependable slwrwer proof
cape, an ideal cape for school girls. Fitted with storm bood and
protected arm vents ages C to 14 years, navy or garnet, $1.9.
The 3ee Hiv2
Cor. 2dand'3rady S:s