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THE ROCK ISIIAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1012.
rvar Mm. Thcir.rF"n: I have a
rfcanr to marry one of two men.
They are both comiunaMy er.ouph off
to five me a rice rir.m tut one is
my own ae and the o'her Is old
enouph to be my father. I rather like
the oliier man be'u-r, thoich I am
very fond of my o'h r Inend. We
went to nf hool tf pether. I am so un
decided, hnd will you p",.-as' h-lp me?
Ijo you 'hink I have s i-oM a rhar.re
c; iz l.ai py wi'-h the man who 1
no m'j-o'.rii r th.ir. i u:-' ' an;
twci.ti thr-- year- old.
food X'i i:ie and never (1
Tit-. t.i;t sow" im,.i n.y younc friend
and I Jim have t fjuarrfl a little.
I'ieane advibe me and I will be very
My iear c!rl. If your heart doesn't
tell you which oil" of it' men is
jour r al mate, how ran 1? 1'oBnibly
y on r ;iliy do n"1 iove e!'hr one. If
that i no don't rr.arry either ti.
liever remain unmarried a'.l voir lif'1
tha'i iry t" i vi- ih ;i n. an w !io In
jour heart of heart. ;.oi ;.t.ow if no
the ,th r haif ol your .U-. Some-t;m-n
a iz.t ran marry a man as old
an her fath-- and live virv haini!y
vi'h him. I'ut orti n' r m find that
he hHH rearied he t m of iife tmn
he waiits to Mtti- (!oIi. thmiph !:
Ik k 1 1 11 full of yon'h aiid waM.-to ac
tively enjny if.. Js-,- the Tim" t-h- is
old eno irh to lie tii j;i-t life he t
no old that i-he muht wait tijion him
trid ta! rare of him as if he were a
Mld. A man of your own ane ran b"
inoie of a r..miihMo:i 'n ou. If you
and in- have r"nKet.i;il t;mrfi you
either of thefe men. If you decide
: on one of them do It with the deter
mination to make him happy and never
to repret that you did not select the
other suitor, no ma'ter how things
turn out. Resolve that you will never I
rtfrr to the other man in your bus-;
band's hearine. if vou wish to keeD a I
of happiness in
" J reaiior.able amount
;rees with;Voiir marriprt !
Pear Mrs. Thompson: I met a couple
of sisters at a friend's house, and they
were very nice elrls. I would like to
call on them, but do you think they
would lauph at me. as I am only 17
and not large for my ace. They are
oid'T than I am. 1 would like to have
t! em for friends. f-AWREXCE.
My drar boy, just bo and rail on
them. If they are nice pirls. they will
l.'.sf you for what you are. and a boy is
always better for the friendship of
Tell them about your ambitions and
ur hobbies arid en acquainted with
their father and mother too. They
wi'.i make you welcome. I am sure.
f courpe eirlg usually like boyg or
men a liule older than themselves,
and sometimes you will find them
: rieferrintr the escort of others. But If
' you have their friendship, what do you
care? I am taking It for granted that
ou do not wish to court these Rirls.
and are waiting; until you Br older
oufht to k"' alo-ir well together a'.l ; and know your own mind better be
your lifi-. iT'iwii.i; l toge ther and fore tr: inc to do anything as serious
f rowing eloper to ea h other with the j as that,
earn. A yoniii; man, of course, Is
ant to he i;lcf.er temperi d than th"
older one, hut i' both you and he atree
to "luar and fort. ear" ard to use the
"soft answer that firneth away,
wrath." .-.No to a.oid fui-Ii topir-H as
you know will had ' qiarrellinc. I
flon f r.i e hv d'i i an t rultiviit" i in e
bitwein vourselven. I ii i " think rare
fully whether or not vou reailv love
Iear Mr?. Thompson: Is buttermilk
pood for the complexion? How shall
I ue it -,f r;
Buttermilk Is very pood for the
complexion Tal e i both inside and
out. That if. Priii!-. all you wan'
and bathe your fnc vi;h it otire or
twice a day. I; whitms and clears
- Ds X A. I
M'KEEVER KNAACK. ithe ofT.ciatinp clerpyman and the lit- I
JOHN WII.UAM M KKKVER ANIi"e IIowit pirl. Dolly MrKeev r. els'eri
Mlhs Minnie M.-.da'.-n. Kraa. k. dauph- ,,1f ,,ria,,"r"om- w " rrn1 ,ne :
r -rifle 8 nomiuet, UeHcenile l the b'airs.
Tli' took their places under a can
o y oi bouth' m suiilax. ferns and
other preenery. from which was bus-
little Cower girl wore a ivhlte gown
with pink ribbons.
Mr. McKeever is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harwood McKeever. He Is an
accountant for the H. V. Horst Con
tracting company of Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. McKeevtr departed for
Peoria. They will visit while in that
city with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bartlett,
and returning will be at home in a
handsome new residence nearing com
pletion at 519 Seventeenth avenue,
LITTLE LIGHT BEARERS' PARTY.
THE DAUGHTERS OF THE
Covenant of the First Methodist
church are tEls afternoon entertain
ing the Little Light Bearers of the
same church in the Sunday school
rooms. The program which is under
the direction of Mrs. C. LIndorff, is
called the "Fairy Festival." begin
ning with a processional of the chil
dren and even the babies in their go
carts which are decorated with flow
ers. The Erst number on tne pro
gram was a song of welcome sung to
the children by Miss Mae Smith. An
exercise, "Rainbow and Fairy Flow
ers" with Helen Lavender as leader,
was given by these little girls: Helen
Hoskinson, Alfrette Dempsey, Eliza
beth Ward, Maravene Pearson, Emily
Johnson, Catherine St&pp, Blanche
Frederickson, Ruth Clement, Vesta
Dempsey and Florenre Tames. Two
I recitations, "The Little Missonary"
and "'I Am a Little Missionary," were
given respectively by Margaret Ward
: and Esther Pearson. An exercise,
I "Guess Who I Am."" was given by lit
i ,i . j0j , ,,,
sentlng various countries as follows:
Japan, Helen Hoskinson; India. Ruth
Clement; Korea, Virginia Battles;
China, Ethel Frederickson: Africa,
Martina Taylor'. The Little Light
Bearers closed the formal program by
singing "Little Light Bearers Are
We." Mrs. S. E. Mattison, Jr.. told
the story of the Sunbeam children
and then followed a June game called
"Mistress Mary-" Each child was
given a little candle in a candlesticft
holder and alio a copy of a letter
from their missionary in India, Miss
Rachael Carr, as souvenirs. The
Daughters of the Covenant then serv
ed their little guests to refreshments.
MRS. MATTHEY HONORED.
MRS. HENRY iMATTHEY OF DAV
enport was elected secretary and
treasurer of the Iow-a State Music
Teachers' association at the annual
convention which closed a three days'
si ssion Thursday night at Grinnell.
The other offlrers of the state associa
tion elected at the meeting are as
President Ernest A. Leo of Cedar
Vice President Miss Elsie Lincoln
of Des Moines.
Member of Executive Board Pro
fessor Gustav Sehoettle of Iowa City,
for two years; Martin Bruhl of
BurliiiRton for one year.
The state meeting next year will be
held at Cedar Falls.
HOSTESS TO DELTA CHI CLUB.
MISS MARGARET LAWSON OF
Twenty-fourth street road, was hostess
to the Delta Chi club of the First
Methodist church last Tuesday even-
ing. After the business meeting a j
contest was enjoyed, the prize falling i
to MIhs Myrtle Woods of South Rock j
Island. At the close of a very enjoy- I
aide evening a dainty lunch was
Action Pictures Sketched From Real Life
Illustrating Mrs. Brown'a visit to the home of her friend Mn. Smith, the proud owner of a Hoosier Cabinet
Ti rri wn f rMTi Hi
V No. 2
I am so rfd Ton earns,
dear. I want to show you
my nw Hooirter Cabinet.
Tou hav no idea tne
hundreds of tp it taws
me. Tou see when It
is closed it t'Vces up very
little room and everything
Is out of sight away from
the dust. Just a minute,
while I open it.
There. Isn't it a beauty?
Tes. when I ruU eut this
table top it locks o I can
actually s'.t down at my
When the top Is drawn
out this way it rives me
even more work room than
my old kitchen table, and
do you know, the table is
pure aluminum. It can't
rust and nothing sticks to
It. It Is Just lino (or knead
take out one
Now took at
bin. When 1
sroopful another flows down
always rea.1v. See. Just
like this Yes. the coop
went with the cabinet.
The suk&t bin is made of
rust prixit metal and fills
from the top here. Tes.
Just like the flour bin on
the other side. The first
sugar in Is the first sugar
Here Is the dish curbo.trl.
Tou see. evrn while s-tt.ni?
I can reach up t the high
est shelf. It is a w hole lot
different thun walking back
and forth fur everything.
Tou have no idea the
things I can store awav m
here. Sometimes I hove ns
many as forty packages on
the lower shelf a'.one. Yes,
It saves many steps.
N'ow let me show tom
how nuicklv I ran take my
Hoosier aotirt for cleaning.
Simple, isn't it" There is
no place for dirt to lo.tjje
anvwhere That Is why it
in so fresh anil o!cr. 3i! the
tln-.e. The wood is of oak.
and Is guaranteed not to
warp. il. they last f. lifetime.
Where did I buy my IToosier? "VThy, at Spen
cer's. You carr't buy them anywhere else in town,
and do you know, dear, by joining 'the Hoosier Club
my Hoosier was delivered to me on payment of a sin
gle dollar; the balance due on the cabinet I am pay
ing at the rate of $1.00 a week. Just think of it Of
course you can, that is, if you join the club before it
closes Alright, just a minute while T put on my
hat and I will go down with you. All I have to do
is close the doors of my cabinet, you see, and every
thing is snua; and tidy Yes, we shall have t hurry,
dear, for the club may be closed already: ;." women
joined the same time I did Oh, I do hope we won't
be too late (A few minutes later Mrs. Brown had
joined the Hoosier Club.)
Can Join the Hoosier Club and Purchase one
ot these famous cabinets at the club rate of
You, Too, with 100 Other Women
One Dollar A Week
But you must act at once, for the club may close tomorrow
The End la Near
This club iB limited to
100 members. Already
35 have enrolled. Just
how long it will be be
fore the other 63 mem
bers are enrolled we do
not know. It may be
next week before the
last member is enrolled.
It may be sometime to
morrow. This Much It Certain
When the 100th mem
ber is enrolled the club
must close. As the club
is under the direct su
pervision of the Hoosier
we have no authority to
extend the club limit.
You Must Decide at Once
Some people are bound
tobe disappointed. They
will decide to Join the
club when It is too late.
Are you going to be
among those disappoint
ed. No, then you must
decide at once. Immedi
ate action Is necessary.
You Can Enroll
Pay $1.00 as your In
itial dues and the cabi
net will be sent to your
home at once, subse
quent payment to be at
the rate of $1.00 a week
until the cabinet is pai3
for. There are no extra
dues or assessments.
You simply pay for the
100 i I 501
You Need a Hoosier
Just as much as yoiu
friend or neighbor. Your
" kitchen work Is just as
laborious. You could use
the many hours saved
with the Hoosier to Just
as good advantac.. Isn't
It folly then to deprive
yourself of a I lousier
when Its cost is so little
and It Is so easy to get.
For a Few Cents a Day
For a few weeks you
do away with all kitchen
drudgery. You concen
trate all your kitchen
work in one spot. Instead
of walking back and
forth for your kitchen
supplies, you merely
reach for them.
You Have the Facts
The c'.ub plan has been
rxt'luined to you. The
opportunity to Join the
I lousier Club is yours.
Now It rests with you.
Will you Join the Hoosier
Club and do your kitch
en work in the Model
Kitchen way. or continue
the old hum drum drudg
ery way? The difference
between the two Is $1.00.
Which will It be?
If you are still oncer
tain, como In tomorrow
and seo the Hoosier dem
onstrated. Then all your
uncertainty will be dis
pelled when you see how
little space It occuplea
and the hundreds of steps
it is bound to Kavo you.
STOVE I ' "
SPENCER FURNITURE CO.
220-24 West Third Street. Davenport, Iowa.
LICENSED AGENTS FOR
osier Kitchen cabinets
AUXILIARY SOCIAL MEETING.
a committee to arrange for the annual . receiving the other favor. Refresh-
I picnic, no important matters were 'an-1 m( n!s were served both afternoon and
ti r of Mr. hi. .1 Mis .u i
I'M lA- el. I )i a i :ni
married 1 i. i r. !,iv
the home .'f tt..- I ;
Max iv. r.i'. : : : i
liire 'in, ai: of i e
illlef Klti ' he . .
1 erfurm. I I it.. K,
piixtor of rlf. 'u M. ".m1!m l;':r.-li.
'lie rill . r. n.e- 1 I K Useil 'roinpt
1 a' o i" M i-.- Ii;i; . i,-dte Jlii-
'! tile t I' Ii: !. I" '( Mi. I'p.ni'e M ,"
lilel 1.e t.r.flul
at v:i'i a:
tt msI' t, ..Irs p.ti.1,,1 a large white wedding bell,
nth s.'r.et. u and here the nuutial vow were snnk.
n. the :s-8 T'ima and- Ia:sy Ie
Haetlteg Kii.-ing softly "Oh, Promise
Me." diritii; the ceremony.
The bride wore gown of vh:e
aUii with lace anj crystal trimming
and a full length hridal v.nl fastened
w'.'li tir.y white r.i-l)t;U. She cani.d
an arm l oii'pet of lride rosea. The
THE I.A DIES' AUXILIARY TO ' f'n "P- An enjoyable social time fol-;,. v. ning. In a bead guessing contest.
the machinists held the monthlv so-i 1,,we(1 n(l ,hp gucbts "were served to
e ii! 1 li ;ei:'ls
n v which was
I' .-v M.i r.vn.
There is Nothing Like it,
rial meeting at Industrial Home hall
esterday afternoon. A very good rep
resentation of the membership was
present and after a short business ses
sion the ladies enjoyed a Focial hour
together. The hostesses were: Mesr
tianies Hull, Ecklund and Raumbnck of
Davenport and Mrs. Anna Johnson of
this city, and they served nice refresh
ments. SHRINE CEREMONIAL SESSION.
VASHTI SHRINE NO. 23. WHITE
Shrine of Jerusalem, has issued cards
to a ceremonial session to be held
et Masonic temple next Wednesday.
A business session will be held at
TURNER LACHES' PARTY.
THE TURNER LADIES YESTER
day afternoon and evening held card
parties at Turner hall. Cinch was
I laved and in the afternoon games the
prizes were won by Mrs. Waid. first;
Mrs. H.Thode. second, and Mrs. Srhwen
ker. third. In the evening. Mrs. Stand
ard took the first prize, Mrs. Schaffer
second, and E. .lacohson was gixen the
gentlemen's prize, Mrs. Mary Schroeder
It. Full" won
prize cak- by j-uess-
iiif.- the exact number, 201 . Mrs. Flor
. iii e Vaiuii uff won in another guessing
(i ntcst. and Mrs. Albert Smith won a
'croiht't hag in fctill another contest.
cessful coffee yesterday afternoon at probably be retained permanently for
the home of Mrs. C. D. Wheaton, 7"1 j tlie summer. Plans for the new Inn
Nineteenth street. There was a good ! are progressing rapidly an.l It is en
ii,,,iu,.o ..,! .v.,.. .....ii .. i.i. .. ! liected that the work will begin In a.
sum. The afternoon was spent in an i an""t time.
TO OPEN TOMORROW
j LOOKOUT CIRCLE MEETS.
I THE I.OOKOI T CIRCLE OF THE
; First liaptist church met w ith Miss ; Campbell's island formally opens
: Emily Sumiehn, 7'!2 Twenty fount h for the summer season tomorrow at
! street, yesterday. After the transae- ' v hich time the first street cars of
'tk;n of routine business the Inputs : "'-' season will run to the popular
red nice refreshments. 'resort. O. R. Stephenson of tiiis city
I has secured the reliesliiii nt piivl-i
' c v j o rarsnlinn In Vv r.t t Vi a I
othmr that can take the Place of ! ?upr,ne,,l!,'ew"1 i'eI'fro'u
GOWN IN WHITE
AND VIOLET LINEN
Vs-ff -'rv .V'
If you are troubled with dandruff,
falling hair or itchy scalp, there is a sion study class was held yesterday af-
for candidates, visitors and members
will be served. The conferring of
degrees will begin at 7:30 o'clock.
The past supreme worthy high priest
ess. Mrs. Mary E. Van Alstyne, will
be the guest of the shrine.
MISSION CLASS LAST MEETING.
THE LAST SESSION BEFORE
fall of the Central rresbyterian Mis-
world of comfort m this the First and
Original Dandruff licrra Destrover.
Try It. One application will convince.
The feeling of coolness, the sense of
fl anltn.gs and the exquisite odor are
things you cannot forge. Herpicide is
an ff.cier.t dandruff . ra ii' a'or, a delightful
hair dr.ssii.g. a cl.'at.ser and an an'is. ptic. It
Is daliy to the perm that causes dandruff.
Newbro's Herpicide ghes the hair softness
' and luxuriance that lsalwayg associated with
the use of this scalp prophylactic. Hair that
isn't h.althy rar.not le pretty and attractive.
Herpicide fy tend, rir. the scalp sweet and
clean, makes the hair healthy and keeps it eo.
It is lnf'.ispcnsible to the toilet uot a luxury
but a requisite.
Every tr.ar. a r.i nnr-an ! exp'd to the attacks cf the dandniff perm and
r.'.nety nine en i I .n.-y h mitred are suff. rinc from the ai n- yai.its of dan
druff right now The b.niklet published by the Herpi. ide company, on th !
ha.r and i" ...re. is of ir.t.nse Interest, and Herpicide r.-'.f is a revelation to!
all A s.imjie Loit.c of Newbro Herpicide and the booklet will be sent to
any adr's u;on to-, j t f Ten Cents in pstace or silver to coer cost cf
j a. king and ira'liic Aoircss THE HERPICIDE CO . Dept. S. Detroit. Mich.
Two ants. 5Cc jnd $1.00. Sold everywhere. If not aatisfied. jour troney
Applications at the better Barber Shopa and Beauty Parlors.
Demand Genuine Herpicide and GET IT.
.C0 0PCRAIIVE STORt CO. JL JL
ternoon at the home of Mrs. J. K.
Di.ksnn. 722 Fifteenth street. There
was a large attendance of the mem
bers and a very interesting meeting
was held. The text book. "The Con
rvation of National Ideals." was fin
ished yesterday under the leadership
of Mrs. Marlon Humphreys. The host
ess served refreshments after the
LITTLE CHARITY WORKERS.
THE LITTLE CHARITY WORK-
ers club met at Ixing View park yes
terday aftrnoon for their weekly
tew ing meeting. After they had I
sewed a w hile they played games. Two j
members were absent. Thy will
meet again next week at Long View-
j THE SOCIABLE THAT WAS TO
; hae been given by the Silver Crosa
circle of King's Daughters at the
: home of Miss Bear, Eighteenth street
i and Sixth avenue, haa been postpon-
ed indefinitely because of the cool
ALTAR STCIETY MEETS.
THE ALTAR SOCIETY OF GRACE
j Lutheran church met last evening with
' Melvice Anderson cn N:nth avenue
and Thirty-ninth street. Aside from
ZION Y. P. SOCIABLE.
THE YOl'Ni; PEOPLES SOCIETY
fif Zion Lutheran church held a soi ia-
j ble at the chmih chapel last evening
There was a vtry large attendance
land everyone enjoyed a pleasant even
jing. No iPicrani wa given, thi? time
I lieing spent informally.
' POSTPONE CLUB MEETING.
THE MEETING OF THE LILY
:'inch club, which was to have been,
.i Id yest' rday afternoon w ith Mrs. O. I
I'. Hoist, was i.imt poned till next Fri-
j day when it will meet with Mrs. Will
(Jahagen, Jj'is Ninth avenue. j
BROADWAY LADIES' COFFEE.
THE LADIES OF BROADWAY1
Presbyterian church held a very sue-
leges. Ice cream, soft drinks, can-;
dies and cigars w ill be sold for tiio :
time being, but it is expected that by
July 4 a temporary kitchen will be
erected and meals served. A fiance;
floor Is being built for use at the
Deere picnic June 27, and thix will
Campbell's Island Cottages
Sft'-irl your va a'inn in th
wfHidf, In th rnt in hot i.n
t he riv r . Mirh an! ilry : ai wa vk
( -tn. s i iii l 'liiiiriK por ;
f urnishe-i. M.tk- y'f.ir r-H-rv;tt
Tmw. Fr illuhtratp'l fiJJr. ad -
Dr. W. Waldt n, VatHvii, IU.
THE hiffh cost of living
compels you to increase
your income make your
money earn more. This
can easily be done on every
HUNDRED dollars you
have. You must make your
money work harder f or
you. Of course every single
DOLLAR must be made to
do a little more. You can
increase your income to
5 or C ' ; by buying a $100
BOND. We sell high grade
$100 bonds Come in and
talk it over with ua.
LITTEN & ROBERTS
Stocks, HoikIn, Mortgages.
Peoples Xalloiial I'unk HMg.
Special Agents irouUn? buiDesnd the appointment of j lolet Uceli-
Here li a very smart gown l
white and pale violet linen. The
gored tkrt of white linen is cut
away in the front, disclosing an In
t of violet linen encrusted with
voitm white lace. The button are
cf smoked ptarL The collar, sleeve
insets ani vtst-like seciiuca u tf
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