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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1012.
ery. William M. Stewart and Adair
Pleasants. In the receiving room the
decorations were yellow chrysanthe
mums, in the living room were pink
Killarney roses, and in the dining room
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Is it in
jurious to a young girl of 16 to not
wear a corset during the week. (2)
What Is good for pimples? I al
ways have them on my forehead and
on my legs from the knees down. (3)
Is It wrong to call up a boy by tele
phone and talk to him?
(1) I think it Is injurious for a
girl of 16 to wear any corset at all.
I? you will stand straight your chest
and chin up and your stomach in, and
keep your flesh firm by constant exer
cise, you will never need to wear a
corset. The most fashionable gowns
are made now to wear without cor
sets. (2) This seemg to be a case for a
doctor. Better not delay In seeing a
doctor. (3) Yes, unless you have
something really important to say.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am troubled
greatly by bo easily blushing. 1 have
a gentleman friend who teaseg me a
great deal by saying "Look at that
face!" etc., oftentimes in company
with others. I have asked them to
drop the matter, but without effect.
This is very embarrassing and it
seems I'm getting worse all the time.
Can you suggest sonv-thing helpful?
It is nothing to be ashamed of, my
dear. You will probably outgrow it.
Meantime, don't let anybody see that
they can tease you If anything is
said. Just laugh it off.
You can help the cure by not think
ing of yours If. Think of others, and
do not apply everything they do or
say, to yourself.
IVar Mr. Thompson: (1) We ar
want them to come over, but theyj
won't come. We call them up regu
larly, but they don't come. What
shall we do? (3) We are going to
give a party an Inexpensive one.
What would be nice to serve?
BROWN AND BLUE EYES.
(1) Your mothers know best, my
dears. Why not invite girl friends?
You can have even more fun with
the girls, than with boys. (2) You
have made yourself cheap in their
eyes, calling them up. Boys don't
like cheap girls. Stop calling them
up. If they want to know you, let
them do the calling. (3) You might
have Just anples, nuts and popcorn.
Or, ycu could have a candypull and
eat the candy after it is made. Cake
and ice cream, or a nice fruit gela
tine, would be inexpensive.
Pear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Please
give good steamed chocolate pudding
recipe. (2) How do you keep patent
leather shoes from cracking? (3)
How can I iron a white linen table
cloth without getting it yellow
streaked? (4) Is it proper to give
costly Christmas gifts to friends?
(1) Add a couple of squares of
chocolate, grated, to any simple
steamed suet pudding recipe, with or
without raisins. Serve with hard
sauce or a cream sauce. (2) Rub
them with vaseline, do not let them
get either very hot or very cold. (3)
two girls, both 14 years old, and would j Linen should be ironed wet to get
like to meet boys on Sunday evening 'he best results. Be sure it is clean
and have a little fun, to talk -about
school, etc. We don't mean any
harm, but both of our mothers ob
jects. What Is best to do? (2) We
met two boys once that we like and
and snow white before you start
(4) Not at all. A Christmas gift
merely evidences one's good wl'.l In
remembrance of the day.
PARTY FOR MISS MOONEY. itlon favor. A three-course luncheon
A FAREWELL PARTY '"OK MISS wss served, the courses carrying out
Sli'IIa Mocucy k'.vcii by the Misses the yellow and white color scheme.
Agnes KrM' uiul Ki'ni:ce Kimtroiu ' Miss Mootiey will leave soon for Min
Mouday riiitiK i.t the home of the neapoiis to make her home. She was
latter, 4:117 Klvlith itw-nue. A doren , presented with a lavallier and a good
young women wlio are employed at fellowship book by the young women,
the Woodmen h' ud office were the ;
gi'".t-. 'Die i ! - x a.-' decorated ill
yi How him iiile I lir r al't !,-:i''H'i:-i. In
a floral love i;ile icit,s:, m;,. Mary
llcigesoii tiU the I'lyi ,!,.. ami .Mi
Minnie Ktuhr was given the consuls-
The Crown of
"Tncired fi r !mir cannot 1 beaut!--f;:l.
There if io ntt f the human
makeup bo revengeful as the hnir. It
ci iea out. Look at iae, t are lor me, or
I will dlpgraee you Treat me with
cciislderatiiu ui.d 1 w iil be a glory to
; MISSION SOCIAL UNION.
j Tin; .sixth annual .meeting
oC the Missionary Social union was
l.tld last eveniug at me United Pres-
byterlan church with Is large attend-
aii e of iiU'iiibers and other interested
Mu t!;c v.o;k. Tin.- Missionary Social
jui. ion is compl ied of the mission so
cieties !ro:u Lroudway Presbyterian,
Firsl Mciliod.Kt, Memorial Christian,
First lliipript, I'niu-d Presbyterian,
Cniral Presbyterian and Spencer Me
morial Methodist churches and meet
ings are held semi-annually. Tte
o er by Mrs.
Went, and Mrs. T. E. Newland con
ducted the devotional exercises. A
business session followed and the of
ficers chosen for the year are:
President Mrs. William McLean
Stewart, reelected, of Broadway.
First Vice President Miss Rosa
Vargarth, of the United PresbyteTian.
Second Vice President Mrs. W. A.
Schaeffer, Memorial Christian.
Secretary Mrs. W. E. Hill, re
elected, Spencer Memorial Methodist.
Treasurer Mrs. N. P. Tucker, re
elected. First Baptist.
Secretary of Literature Miss Em
ily 8lemon, Central Presbyterian.
Miss Florence Andrew then sang
"1 he Lord Is My Shepherd'' (Little)
acd Rev. J. L. Vance introduced the
speaker of the evening, Rev. E. B.
Stewart, pastor of the Third Unitefi
Ptesbvterian church of Chicago. This
certain va.ue on nice hair as a beauty teing the week proceeding home mis
asset. Unkempt, uncared for hair not' Bjon week. Rev. Mr. Stewart took the
oi ly cannot be attractive but is ac- mission topics for the basis of a splen
tually a disgrace. ! did address. The main thoughts that
Hut why have 111 kept, untidy hair? nc Bpoke on were the race problem.
Dy devoting a few moments regularly ( tlie immigration proVem. the social
to brushing and intelligent applica-: evil and liquor question,
tion of Newbro's Herpicide. the hair; Announcement was made of the
nay beMnade to yield wonderful re- course of mission lectures to be given
turns in increased personal charm. uuder the auspices of the union Jan.
Dandruff, which is due to a germ orj to 15 by Mra B D wells, who
microbe, is the direct cause of more : itt8t year gaTe Bucn an interesting
hair troubles than anything else. The!curse of uiks. The Cr8t sion win
hair becomes thin, harsh, uneven and a mag8 meeting at ' Broadway
fulls out In quantities. It looks dead . ctlircii when Mrs. Wells will speak
snd lifeless; there Is no luster. The-cn the thelne A Nfttlonal Disgrace
scalp Itches. the Mormon Question." Meetings wiU
Herpicide wl'.l destroy this dandruff , ccntinue every afternoon till Saturday
germ that is causing all the trouble. and Mrg Welu wlu ai8CU88 the home
cleans the scalp, gives the hair life. . and foreign mission text books. "Mor
snap and luxuriance. The hair stops nioni8m, Islam of America," and
tomiuH oui, me ucnir.g ceases aimosi f-htna-a VVw Dav '
chrysanthemums in a variety of shades.
The affair was very informal and en
joyable. DINNER FOR BRIDE-ELECT.
MRS. AXEL HOKINSON AT HER
home at Center Station was the host
ess last evening at a 7 o'clock four
course dinner in honor of Miss Ella
Hammerich, who is a bride of this
month. As a centerpiece on the din
ing table was a mass of pink chrysan
themums and from the pink dome of
the chandelier to the four corners of
the table extended festoons of smi-
lax and the table was outlined with
the wreaths of smllax. The place
cards and flower nut cups carried out
the pink and green. During the
serving of the dinner, Miss Ethel
Jens at the piano and Miss Myrtle
Jens, whistler, gave a program 8f
solos and duets. After the dinner had
been served the young women went to
the parlors which were very elaborate
ly decorated with roses, smilax, chrys-
aLthemums and ferns. In one cor
ner of the room had been erected a
bower of ferns suspended above
which was a large white wedding bell
held with a broad pink satin ribbon.
A small white chair was decorated
with pink and white crepe paper and
this was placed in the bower and
about it were many beautiful gifts of
a miscellaneous character. The bride
elect was blindfolded before she left
the dining room and she was led to
the parlor and then told to find her
chair which was in the bower of flow-ei-R
She then oDened her gifts of
cut glass, linen, granite ware, etc, and
passed them for the inspection of the
guests. In the guessing contests that
followed favors were won by Miss Lil
lian Peters, Miss Nettie Auwater and
Miss Agnes Paridon. The dining table
center piece was given to Miss Han
nah Kronholm as a prize for guessing
the number of beans in a bottle. The
affair was one of the prettiest of the
many beautiful parties that have been
given In honor of Miss Hammerich.
Tomorrow evening M'ss Agnes Pari
don and Miss Elizabeth Hammerich
will entertain at the home of Miss Par
idon, 916 Nineteenth Btreet, at a '
o'clock dinner and china shower.
CELEBRATE 30TH ANNIVERSARY,
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS JOIN
ed in a party that surprised Mr. and
Mrs. John Smith at their home, 920
Ninth avenue, last evening, in celebra
tion of their 30th wedding anniversary.
The evening was spent playing cards,
the prizes being awarded to Mrs. Wil
liam Heitman and William Krueger,
first; Mrs. William Krueger and Harry
Jordan, second, and Miss Marie Smith
and Ben Rinck, consolation. At 11
o'clock the guests served lunch which
they had brought with them.
LONGFELLOW CARD CLUB.
THE LONGFELLOW CLUB WAS
entertained yesterday afternoon by
Mrs. Phoening at the home of her
mother, Mrs. J. Ohlweiler. on Third
avenue. In the card games, Mrs. Nel
son took the first prize, Mrs. J. Ohl
weiler and Mrs. George Ohlwciler the
second and third favors. The hostess
served a delicious lunch after the
games at the card tables. Mrs. Ver
hale will be the hostess in two weeks.
Ramser Jewelry Store
Wednesday, Nov. 13
From 1 to 8 p. m.
NO GOODS SOLD.
SOUVENIRS FOR EVERYBODY.
Diamond ring for someone at 7:30.
to all who attend.
J. Ramser Sons
Opposite Harper House.
Villa de Chantal yesterday afternoon.
Miss Larkin read Maeterlinck's "Blue
Bird' to musical setting and greatly
pleased her hearers who filled the li
brary at the Villa. The next enter
tainment in the course of recitals will
be given Dec. 3 by Mr. Underhill, dra
HELEN MILLS CIRCLE,
MISS MARY CARPENTER AT
her home, 717 Nineteenth ' street,
entertained the members of the Helen
Mills circle yesterday afternoon. Miss
FannieCleland gave an Interesting talk
on the Philippines and Miss Ruth
Blakemore gave a vocal solo. There
was a large attendance of members
vho enjoyed the afternoon. Light
lunch was served.
THE FIRST DANCING PARTY OF
the Rock Island Grocery Clerks' un
ion will be held tomorrow evening at
Eiks' hall. Bleuer's orchestra will
Live the dance program.
IOWA BISHOP WHO F BLEACHED THE
OPENING SERMON OF EPISCOPAL SYNOD
With the above words, Lillian Rus
sell, an unquestioned authority on
feminine attractiveness, places no un-
SWASTIKA CUB MEETS.
MRS. OSCAR F. I.UNDAHU AT
her home. 037 Forty-third street, yes
terday afternoon entertained the mem
bers of ?W Swastika club. The organ
ization Is a Fewlng club, and while the
ladies sew they visit and pas a very
evening was presided I I'lf&saul afternoon. The hostess serv
W. M. Sttwart, the pres- d a luncn ln the oMS room, which
was pretuiy cecoraua witn yellow
chrysanthemums. Mrs. McCor.ochie
will be the next hostess.
MISS CLARA CLAUSSEN, 222
Railroad avenue, Moline was the host
ess to the members of the For-get-me-not
society last evening at the month
ly meeting. Routine business was
transacted and money was appropriat
ed to the running expenses of the
church. A social hour followed when
refreshments were served.
SOCIETY REALIZES $135.
HI ANNUAL MEET
Delegates From All Over Dio
cese of Quincy Gather at
BISHOP MORRISON HEARD
Cellvers Sermon This Morning and
Bishop Fawcett Is Preacher at
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canon of the Cathedral chuTchTof St.
Rev. Arthur Grant Musson, rector of
Christ church, Moline.
Rev. William O. Cone, priest in
charge of the Church of the Good Shep
Rev. John E. Almfeldt, priest ln
charge of St. John's church. Gales
burg, and Swedish work In the dio
cese. Rev. John M. Dempster Davidson, D.
D., general missionary.
Rev. R. B. Whipple, priest in charge
of St. John's, Henry.
Rev. Arthur Searing Peck, rector of
Grace chUTch, Galesburg.
Rev. William Alexander Bruce,
priests in charge of St. Alban's, Quin
cy; St. Cyprian's, Peoria.
Rev. James Thomas Murrlsh, D. D.,
priest in charge of Grace church, Orco;
Rev. Wilfred Ernst Mann, St. John'a
Rev. Francis M. Wilson, rector of
St. Jude's. Tiskilwa: priest in charge
of the Church of the Redeemer, Prince
ton. Rev. Richard Bolton, St, James'
RL Rev. T. N. Morrison.
Rt. Rev. M. Edward Fawcett, bishop
of the Quincy diocese of the Episcopal
church, who is presiding over the 36th
THE COFFEE AND SALE COV-! annual meeting of the synod of the
ducted by the Deborah society at the diocese of Quincy, which convened
home of Mrs. L. Simon, 702 Twenty- tnls morning at Trinity chapel, deliv
first Btreet, yesterday afternoon was ere(1 an eloquent and forceful address
a very successful one and the ladips ! &t the afternoon session which was
held at 2 o'clock at the chapel. Many
delegates representing the various
churches of the diocese are ln attend
ance. Various matters were discussed
at the business session this after-
in charge will realize $135 as a re
sult of their efforts. The society was
divided into committees who were in
charge of the various booths. Through
out the rooms chrysanthemums were
used as decorations snd In the dining I noon.
room where the lunch was served pink
roses were used.
SEAT SALE TOMORROW.
THE SALE OF SEATS FOR THE
recital to be given by the music de
partment of the Moline Woman's club
by John McCormack the celebrated
Irish tenor will be held at the Cable
W EI.CO MEIJ BV HECTOR.
The opening service of the synod
was held at 10:30 o'clock at the cha
pel. Rev. G. H. Sherwood delivering
the address of welcome.
BISHOP OF IOWA.
Rt. Rev. T. N. Morrison, D. D., of
Davenport, preached a beautiful ser
mon, the text of which was tAe love
music house tomorrow. Mr. McCor-!oI God and the brotherhood of man.
mack will give a program of songs at After the morning service the vlsit
the Moline theatre Nov. 21 and hi3 ing delegates repaired to the New Har-
gratifying sense of cleanliness.
To the woman who wishes to make
the most of nature's gifts by having
fluffy, beautiful hair, Newbro's Herpi
cide is a toilet necessity. It is exquis
itely perfumed and is a delightful
hi ir dressing.
In 50c and $1 sizes. At toilet goods
counters everywhere. If not as ret.
resented, your dealer will refund your j afternoon for Mrs. H. C. Connelly, for
rvoney. imerly of this city, now of Los Ange-
Applicatlons at the better barber . Cal wno tbe of br "n,
hops and halr-dresalng parlors, ! B. D. Connelly, on Nineteenth streoC
Send 10 cents for sample bottle andlr- Montgomery -was assisted in re
booklet to the Herpicide Co, Dept. S,iceiving and entertaining by Meedames
Detroit. Mich. j B. D. Connelly. F. W. Bahnsen. J. P.
Young A McCombs Cooperative i Robinson, Mary Wadsworth. C. L.
Store Co, Soecial Agents. ' Walker. Sherman Cox. J. T. Montgom-
aied so much Interest ln tbe series of
! lectures she gave last spring and the
I lectures this year will undoubtedly
d'aw large cumbers of listeners.
IN HONOR OF MRS. CONNELLY.
MRS. MARY MONTGOMERY. AT
her home, 1209 Second avenue, enter
tained a company of ladles yesterday
coming will be one of the musical per, where a noon luncheon was
treats of the year. He has attained ! joyed.
the highest standard as an artist and; Rev. J. M. Davidson of Macomb.
Mrs. Wells ere-; has sung with great success with most general missionary of the diocese.
D., rector of St. Mary's school, Knox
ville, and of St. John's church, Knox
ville. Rev. Thomas Hines, priest in charge
of St. Luke's Wyoming; Zion, Brim-
field, and St. Andrew's, Peoria.
Rev. Herbert Atwood Percival, D. D.,
rector of St Paul's church, Peoria.
Rev. Granville Hudson Sherwood,
rector of Trinity church. Rock Island,
and rural dean of Rock Island.
Rev. Herbert Aldcn Burgess, priest
in charge of St. Peter'B, Canton, and
Rev. William Francis Dawson, priest
in charge of St. John's, Preemption,
and Grace, Bowling.
Rev. Chapman Simpson Lewis, M. A.,
When a cold becomes settled in the
system, it will take several days' treat
ment to cure It, and the best remedy
to use Is Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. It will cure quicker than any
other, and also leaves the system ln a
natural and healthy condition. Sold by
all druggists. (Advertisement).
And that you may, profit by
the health-restoring, strength
giving properties of the time
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la fcx 10a Ue.
of the great musical societies of the will speak on the theme,
ORGANIZE T. H. CLUB.
A COMPANY OF GIRLS MET AT
the home of Miss Ivy Beck, 1101 Third
street, last evening and organized the
Problems in the Diocese" at tonight's
meeting at the chapel. Evening pray
er will be held at 7:30 o'clock.
Holy communion will be celebrated
tomorrow morning at 7:30 o'clock, fol
lowed by prayer service at 9 o'clock.
T. H. club. The fore part of the even- i The convention will adjourn Thursday
Ing was spent sewing and the latter afternoon. Many of the visiting dele-
part was given over to music and danc
ing. A lunch waa served during the
evening. The club will be entertained
by Miss Ellen Ferry next time.
MISS LARKIN IN RECITAL.
MISS ANNA IRENE LARKIN.
reader, accompanied by Miss Henriet
ta Weber, pianist, gave a recital at the
gates while here will be entertained
at the homes of the members of the
Those of the clergy, including about
35 laymen, who are in attendance at
the convention are as follows:
Rt Rev. M. Edward Fawcett, D. D.,
Ph. D., Quincy.
Rev. Charles Wesley LeffingwelL D.
SIMON & LANDAUER
IT'S a case of a "Pound of Prevention,
1 etc., in regard to this weather. An
Overcoat bought now may save a bad
cold or sickness.
Then besides, there's the advantage of
choosing now from a complete showing of all
the new models and fabrics. Every conceiv
able style is here for you to see.
Prices: $12.50 to $75
Special Showing $18, $22.50, $25