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tidii ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATUEDAY, MAY 20, 1911.
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DROP THE HANDKERCHIEF
Miss Mary G. Carson, the principal
of a school in Kansas City, has start
ed a crusade to 6top kissing games
at school children's parties.
"The kissing game leads to immor
ality," says Miss Carson; "it ought
Dear, dear, and I never knew a
thing about it! neither did you, did
I played kissing games from the
time I was 6 until I was 13. and no
body ever even looked shocked. I
feel as Davy Halfour must have felt
when ho walked up the old flight of
stairs and found himself all of a sud
den at the top, with nothing but the
Mack darkness to step off into.
An awful thing happened to me at
a kissing party once, though, come
to think of it. There was a new boy
in town, a dark boy with big romantic
brown eyes all the other boys were
blondes. lie didn't freckle, he tan
ned, and he liked flowers, and knew
the difference between violets and
He was about 11, and I was about
10, and, oh, how madly I loved that
That you will like.
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Delirious ice cream, covered
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A little sprinkling of chop
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boy with the dark eyes and the en
trancing wave in bis hair!
I thought about him all day, and
dreamed about him all night, and be
never looked at me at all he was
dead In love with a little bit of a
mouse of a girl who was afraid of her
own shadow, and who never looked
at a flower at all, unless she was go
ing to tie a piece of grass around the
middle of it and make it into some
kind of a doll.
We went to a party one flowering
day in May. Oh, the soft breexe that
stirred the apple trees and sent the
pink petals down on our very heads!
And we played "drop the handker
chief" out in the orchard. The idol
had the handkerchief, and started to
run around the little ring under the
"Oh." I thought, "if he should drop
the handkerchief at" my place, what
must I do, pretend to run and then
stumble, or" The handkerchief fell
at my heels, I caught my breath in an
agony or delight, started to run.
stumbled, screamed, "Oh, Billy Evans!
looked around and the boy who had
caught me and was kissing me was
not Billy Evans at all, but another boy
entirely. I had been so engrossed with
ray day dream of the idol that I didn't
know what was happening. And I had
betrayed my heart's dearest secret to
the whole party.
"I shall never get over It," I thought.
"My whole life blasted. I think I shall
go home and be a recluse and have
my meals brought to me in the cellar
from this day on." I shall never forget
how surprised I waa to find myself
laughing two or three days after that.
Reprehensible, wasn't it? Shocking.
And yet somehow I can't be half as
horrified over those kissing games out
in the orchard as I suppose I should.
Let's see, there's Alice, and Grace,
and Martha and Julia and Dorothy;
they all played kissing games smd
loved to play them too and yet they
are all sweet and lovely women now.
There was Bid well and Herbert and
and Billy, and Jack and Arthur; none
of them as yet has been In the peni
tentiary. I haven't even heard of their
Perhaps kissing games were differ
ent in those days; perhaps the grown
people who watched us play them and
who laughed at all our foolish little
love nffalrs were different, too. It
seems to me they were.
I don't believe the mothers in those
days knew quite so much about what
the teachers love to tell of as the
"seamy" side of life as some of these
women who lecture us about our child
ren to know today.
I wonder if it pays to be quite so
woefully wise Winifred Black, in the
New York American..
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Wilmington. N. C. Mrs. Cora L.
Ritter, of this place, says: "I used
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spells, and weak, cold spells went all
over me. I had different doctors,
but they were nnable to .tell me
what was wrong, so I began to take
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women. Why not you? Begin tak
ing Cardui today.
SEVEN APPEAR IN RECIXAL
Piano and Organ Pupils in Program
Next Wednesday Kvening.
Piano and organ pupils of Profes
sor Peter Johnson of the Augustana
conservatory, who graduate this
spring, will give their final public
recital in the college chapel Wed
nesday evening, May 24. The di
ploma graduates appearing on the
program are the Misses xiulda Gus
tafson, Lillian Dahms and Selma
Johnson, all piano. The Misses Pearl
Bloom and Olga Olson, piano, and
the Misses Selma Johnson and
Amanda Anderson, organ are the
teacher's certificate holders schedul
ed to appear on the program.
The numbers to be given are as
Prayer In E flat Gullmant
Gloria Patrl Barnby
Sonata, Op. No. 1 (first move
Erotlk. Op. 43 Grieg
Sonata In E flat (first movement)
Invention In.D major (third part)
The Maiden's Wish . . . Chopin-Liszt
Impromptu, Op. 142. No. 3 (theme
with variations) Schubert
Meditation (organ) Flagler
Sonata, Op. 7 (first movement) . .
.. .. Grieg
Hark! Hark! the Lark
. . . . Schubert-Liszt
The Shadow Dance MacDowell
Prelude and Fugue in D minor
Adante In G major ......... Batiste
Triumphal March Buck
board and provides that the parole
board shall meet monthly at Joliet and
Chester. Also provides for the ap
pointment of not to exceed five parole
agents by the board of penitentiary
commissioners at Joliet and two at
Chester. Salary of parole agents shall
not exceed $1,500. .
By Beall Revises the fish law as
recommended by the fish and game
commission. Amended by the house to
cut out hoop, dyke and trammel nets
and also to eliminate the $10 license
fee. Requires fish market to give bond
By Stewart Provides that on peti
tion of 50 voters in towns or townships
to county Judge he shall appoint three
citizens to constitute a board of park
commissioners with power to construct
and operate parks. Board is authoriz
ed to issue bonds for park improve
ments on petition of 50 voters to coun
ty clerk and to levy an annual tax not
to exceed 1 mill on the dollar.
ADJOURNED AX 7 A. M.
(Continued from Pace One.)
given permanent license without fur
ther examination, providing his college
Issues him a diploma.
By Joul Vests the power of the state
board ox pardons In the state parole
MADE HIMSELF BLUSH.
Trick by Which an Actor Achieved a
Realistic Stage Effect.
Daniel Frobman in his "Memories
of a Manager" tells of a muscular
trick by which Mr. F. F. Mackay
achieved an astonishing stage effect.
It was In Bronson Howard's "One of
Our Sirls." Mr. Mackay was playing
the part of a French count, who. In
one of the chief situations of the play.
Is slapped in the face with a glove
by an English officer. Mr. Howard's
Idea was that the count should become
violent and furious at the affront but
Mr. Mackay contended that as he bad
been shown in the play to be an expert
duelist and accustomed to danger be
was not likely to lose control of him
self. Mr. Howard saw the point. The re
sult was that the Frenchman received
the insult without the movement of a
muscle. He stood rigid. Only a flash
of the eye for an instant revealed his
emotion. Then the audience saw his
face grow red and then pale. This
was followed by the quiet announce
ment from the count that he would
send his seconds to the Englishman.
This exhibition of facial emotion be
trayed by the visible rush of blood to
the actor's face was frequently noted
at the time. It was a muscular trick.
Mr. Mackay put on a tight coHaj for
that scene and strained his neck
'against it until the blood came, and
when be released the pressure sod the
blood receded the effect was reached.
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Given by the Eagles' Frisco club to
morrow. First excursion of the season.
Round trip 50 cents. Boat leaves Rock
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It contains . no opium or other nar
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About the saving of money is just as true today as
when he first uttered it, 150 years ago. Therefore,
begin now, as procrastination is the thief of time,
and time flies but not so fast as money, especial
ly money that is not taken care of. We will furnish
every facility for those who will save. Deposits re
ceived from $1 up. -w.
4 Interest Paid on Savings
Rock Island Savings
1721 Second Ave. Bank I Rock IslandJiT
II. 8. Cable, pres.; n. P. ITull, t. pre-s P. Greenawalt, pre.
A. L. Elndstrom, cashier; H. K. Sudlow, assistant cashier.
Capital and surplus ,
Undivided profits ,
Deposits, over ...............
. , 200,000.00
, . . 9uoo.ooo.oo
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thla river or artesian water?" Our answer is always "It Is ar
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