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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY", NOVEMBER 15, 1912.
Deux Mrs. Thompson: (1) It It
right for a girl to walk borne from a
party with a boy? (2) What doea It J
mean when a boy passes by and smiles
at yon? (8) When a girl and boy
walk noma together and he has hold
of her ana, do they go together?
(4) What doea It mean when yoo
dream that a boy kisses yon?
(1) There Is nothing wrong about
it If he Is gentlemanly and the girl
doe not forget to be ladylike. (2)
It probably means that he Is pleased
to see you. (3) It's not a sore sign.
(4) That you are thinking too mnch
about the boys, my dear.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) How
should Robespierre be pronounced!
(2) How is trousseau pronounced?
(2) Should peas, when eerved as a
side dish, be eaten with fork or
spoon. Apple sauce? Can you give a
general rule for these things? (4)
What is a good com cure?
(6) When passing dishes around a
table, which way should they be
passed? (6) Should spoons always
be used from the outside in? Is the
slie of the spoon material In the way
they are p'.aeed before setting the
table? (7) How long before the wed
ding should an engagement be an
nounced? (8) How long after the
wedding should announcement cards
be sent out? (9) How long before
the date on. them should at home
cards be sent out? BLACK EYES.
(1) Robe-es-pwr; accent on last
syllable. (2) Tros-soo; arcpnt first
syllable. (8) Eat peas with a fork;
apple sauce with a spoon. Solids are
taken with a fork. (4) The best
corn cure I know of Is keeping a fresh
bit of banana skin tied with the white
inside against the corn. It takes out
pain, the corn will soften and you
can cut It out in a week or two.
(6) Dlshea are served from the left
(6) Dip the spoon away from the
person using it The spoon to be
first need la placed at the outside.
(7) Three months Is the usual time.
(8) Immediately. (9) Send them
with the announcement.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl
of 19 and in lore with a fellow one
year my senior. I met him at a
dance about three months ago and
have been quite friendly with him
ever since. He haa called on me sev-1
eral times since and took me to
places of amusement. He always act
ed like a gentleman In my company.
I met him at a dance a few weeks
ago and he seemed very cool. I haven't
said anything to hurt his feelings.
My lore for him is still warm. Is
there any way I could win him back,
ae I fell very bad?
H E ARTROKEN.
Perhaps you let him see that you
are In love with him and he wishes to
discourage you. Do not notice his
coolness. Just be friendly and a lit
tle bit distant. If he cares for you
he will soon get, over the coolness. If
he has grown tired of you, let him
go. There are others.
SPEND DAY SEWINQ.
THE LADIES' AUXILrVRY TO
tbc Rock Island County Humane so
ciety held an all day meeting yester
day at the home of Miss Bliss, 1014
Twentieth street. A number of new
members were received into the soci
ety. Plans were discussed for Intro
ducing into the public schools bands
of mercy and a committee composed
of Mrs. N. P. Tucker, Mies Abraham
son and Mr. F. W. Llnck was appoint
ed to confer with the board of educa
tion relative to the matter. The ladies
spent a busy day sewing In prepara
tion for their annual bazar to be held
some time In December. At noon Miss
Bliss served a chicken dinner.
M. M. CLUB HAS MEETING.
THE M. M. CLUB WAS ENTER.
talned last evening at the home of
Miss Ada Bauersfeld, 1102 Twelfth
street. The evening waa passed in a
social way with games and other
amusements and in the contests the
prizes were won by Miss Charlotte
Kennedy and Miss Martha RJddell.
The hostess served delicious refresh
ments during the evening. The club
will be entertained Not. 28 at the
home of Miss Cherle Paulsen, 1201
DINNER FOR BRIDE-ELECT.
MISSES AGNES PARIDON AND
Elizabeth Ham me rich were the host
esses last evening at the Paridon
home, 916 Twenty-first street, at a
four-course dinner in honor of Miss
Ella Hammerlch, a bride of next week.
Twenty young women were the guests
of the evening. The parlors and liv
ing room were decorated with pink
and green paper and large bouquets
of pink chrysanthemums were placed
about the rooms. In the dining room
the decorations were especially pretty.
From the chandelier to the four cop
ners of the room were strung festoons
of pink hearts and between these was
green crepe paper, rive round tables
were placed about the room, the ren
ter one, for the bride, having as its
center piece a large crystal bowl fill
ed with pink roses. The other tables
placed In the four corners of the room
had small candelabra shaded with
pink and green and at each place was
a pink rose as a favor. After the serv
ing of the dinner, contests, music and
games were enjoyed, the prizes falling
to Miss Lillian Bloomgren and Miss
Clara Oldefest, Each young woman
waa given a dish towel to hem and
the prizes for finishing them first were
given to Miss Minerva Chambers and
Miss Dora CawL While the sewing
contest was in progress the ring of the
doorbell called the bride-elect to the
door, where two little messenger boys,
Walter Tappendorf and Jack Huron,
presented her with a clothes hamper,
trimmed with pink and green tulle rib
bons and hearts and filled with a beau
tiful Jot of china and cut glass arti
cles. Including many lovely hand-painted
This is the last of the series of beau
tiful parties that have been given in
honor of Miss Hammericb, Her mar
riage to William Peters of Moline will
be an event of next week.
$100 THANK OFFERING.
THE LAMES OF ZION LUTHERAN
church were entertained yesterday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Peter
Benson. 8922 Eighth avenue, at a spe
cial thank offering meeting. The la
dies decided that instead of conducting
a Thanksgiving sale this year they
would each give the amount that they
would give towards the sale, and thus
save the work in connection with a
large sale. They realized approximate
ly $100. Plans were discussed for the
refitting of the chapel, and routine
business was transacted. The hostess
served a nice lunch during the afternoon.
Saturday, Nov. 16th
Thursday, Nov. 28th
A good Winter Cap or a pair of
Gloves or Mittens Free with every
Boy's Suit or Overcoat.
A Dress Shirt Free with every
Man's or Young Man's Suit.
A pair of Gloves or Mittens with
every Man's or Young Man's Over
coat Buy Your Thanksgiving Outfit of
Rock Islands Beat Value Clothing House
LUTHER LEAGUE MEETS.
THE LUTHER LEAGUE OF GRACE
Lutheran church met with Miss Ellen
Hosenkranz, 932 Forty-third street,
last evening in monthly social and bus
iness session. Rev. Carl Solomonson,
representative of the Augustana synod
foreign missions, gave an address on
the missions in India. The league, as
a result ef the address, decided to this
year support a native worker in India.
A social hour followed the program
and the hostess served a lunch.
MRS. MOAOHORST HOSTESS.
MRS. ALBERT MORDHORST, AT
her home, 3170 Firth avenue, yester
day entertained the members of the
Royal society, 10 of whom were pres
ent. They spent an enjoyable after
noon sewing and making fancy work,
and the hostess served a nice lunch.
Mrs. A. McCalL at her home on Fourth
avenue, Moline, will entertain at the
SPENCER MISSION SOCIETY.
MRS. GEORGE W. SAVILLE, 3432
Sixth avenue, entertained the mem
bers of the Woman's Home Mission
society of Spencer Memorial Method
ist church yesterday afternoon. Plans
were discussed for sending a Christ
mas box to some mission, which one,
however, being left undecided. Other
matters of a routine nature were trans
acted and a Boclal hour was enjoyed.
COLONIAL CARD CLUB.
THE COLONIAL CARD CLUB MET
yesterday afternoon with" Mrs. D.
Brady, Seventh avenue and Twelfth
street. Three tables of whist were
played, the first prize going to Mrs. M.
Taxman and the second to Mrs. R.
Tenebom. Bouquets of chrysanthe
mums trimmed the rooms. At S
o'clock a course supper was served.
OAK LEAF CAMP 1495, ROYAL
Neighbors, of South Rock Island will
give a dancing party at Woodman hall
in South Rock Island Friday evening,
Nov. 12, to which they Invite their
The November meeting of the Asso
ciated Charities was held last even
ing at the Association house, 63? Sev
enteenth street. The treasurer report
ed 1199.83 balance in the treasury for
the month and the committee in
charge of the rummage sale reported
total sales amounting to 530. Sec
retary Wirt Taylor gave a verbal re
port of the meeting of the state
board of charities and corrections
held at Springfield last month.
The report of the general secretary
for the month la: new cases, 7; from
last year, ; total. 12. Social state:
married coup lea, 4; widows, 4; single
men, 4. Nativity American, S; Bel
gisja, one, Swedish, two. Application
was made for employment by one or
ganization and 11 on the applicants
own initiative. One was reported to
the poormaster, one was ibund tempor
ary employment and two employment
that should be permanent. Relief
READ EVERY WORO OF THIS AO AND YOU WILL
, LEARN MUCH ABOUT THE FUR BUSINESS.
Get Beady for the Cold Weather and Xm&s
Contents of this advertisement
Soot be deceived In fur buying. See article No. 1 below.
Row to avoid being deceived. See article No. 2 below. ,
Right and wrong names of furs. See article No. 3 below.
Fur advertising and fur selling. See article No. 4 below.
Guarantee of furs and what It means. See article No. B below.
Fur prices as they should be and as they are. See article No. 8 below.
Information about wearing and keeping of furs. See article No. 7 belew.
W 'TUBS COST LESS AT NEWMAN'S"
207-209 West Second Street. Davenport, Iowa.
Article No. 1
Deceit in Furs
Many actual crimes have been committed In the fur business, and even today whea Newman's
are crying "Honesty," "Falrnei" and "Square Dealing," the deceit still goes on throughout the
country more so In the fur business than In any other, because the public know less about furs.
Dont take a chance Of being deceived, buy furs at Newman's.
Article No. 2
There are two ways of avoiding deceit in your purchase of furs one
way is to take a fur expert with you when you buy, the other way is to
trade at Newman's.
Article No. 3
'Names of Furs
Furs are usually sold under false names. For example: Common Dog Is called "China Wolf;"
Belgian Rare Is called "French Lynx;" Skunk Is called "Martin," and so on through the entire
line. When you buy at Newman's you are told exactly what kind of fur you are getting we
sell furs set fancy names.
Article No. 4
Tou may pick up a paper and read where "so and so" w 111 sell their very fine $100 furs at a
great discount and this will be right in the heart of the fur season. Think It overt Will they
do It? Can they do It T Merchants are In business to make money as you well know. Can they
sacrifice their profits at the best time of the season? No they can't, don't let them deceive you.
Article No. 5
The "Newman Guarantee" la the strongest guarantee that one could ask for with their pur
chase of furs. It Is a two-fold one. When you get a "Newman Guarantee" you are backed by
the Newman Store and by the manufacturers from which we buy.
Article No. 6
The people of the Trl-Cities are paying too much for their furs unless. they - secure them at
Newman's. We'll tell you why: Because the enormous quantity of furs used by our eight stores
enables us to buy cheaper and because we believe In a fair profit only and not an exorbitant one.
Article No. 7
Furs should be combed occasionally, as they become matted just aa a person's hair would be-'
come matted if it was neglected. Furs should be beaten at least once In each season to relieve
them of the dust
Bring us yeur furs, well comb and best them for you. Furs bought here stored during the
summer free of wwrjt.
was given to two persons by the
poormaster and 28 were assisted with
groceries, fuel, clothing, meat, nurses'
care and hospital treatment.
The causes of disability are given
as acute illness, 8; intemperance, 1;
old age, 4; insufficient earnings, 3,
and unemployment, 6.
The Association bouse matron's re
port follows: boarded and lodged, 3;
families assisted, 3; women assisted
for services rendered, 3; men assist
ed, 2; total meals served, 20.
Employment Temporary employ
ment secured for five; permanent em
ployment secured for two.
Financial report Received from
board and lodging, 1.75; received
from sale of clothing, 50 cents; re
ceived from long distance calls, 75
cents; turned over to the treasurer,
Donations In His Name circle.
King's Daughters, matron's salary,
$10; a friend for special relief, $10;
Long View Park club, stove; Y. M. C.
Why do you cling to
this drudgery way?
Why do you rub
blisters on your hands and
holes into your clothes
over the wash board when
there's a so much easier
and better way !
Si fur V3shing tlitn in
Pml Sudtvsk ikt quick.
I jJ A Nine O'clock V,
A. board of directors, use of gymnas
ium for sale; H. W. Horst, use . of
wagon for sale; Mrs. W. A. Darling,
stove; Rock Island lodge No. 658, A.
F. A. M., bread; Trio lodge No. 67,
bread; Union, daily paper; Argus,
dally paper; Times, dally paper; Mrs.
S. J. Collins, clothing; a friend, cloth
ing; a friend, plum butter.
GOOD FOB SERGE
AS HEAD OF CLUB
Is Released From Duties With
Regret by Directors Seven
Here Is a practical frock good
serge, moholr or cloth trimmed with
bands of satin or velvet. Square lap
over tabs on the waist are trimmed
with satin or velvet-covered buttons.
Adopt a Baby Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Wells of Mi-
Ian appeared before Judge B. S. Bell
in the county court this morning and
adopted Edward, the 17-months-old
child of Florence Fitzaimmons of Mr
j lan, the mother consenting to the ac
The directors of Rock Island club
met last night and with regret acted
on the resignation of President H. E.
Caateel, which waa placed before them
some months ago. Mr. Caateel had
made it plain that he has not; the time
that his many outside duties require
and under orders from his physician,
he decided to relinquish some of them.
The directors, understanding the sit
uation, accepted his resignation with
regret. II. H. Cleaveland, vice presi
dent, of the club will act in lieu of
Mr. Caateel at least until the annual
1328 FIFTH AVENUE
Telephone West 234.
Wednesday special sale of
home made bakery goods.
HOME MADE BREAD
HOME MADE CAKES
HOME MADE DOUGHNUTS
HOME MADE PIES
HOME MADE ROLLS
HOME MADE COFFEE CAKE
election which occurs In January un
der the recently adopted bylaws.
The only other feature of last
night's meeting was the admission of
seven new members to the club.
Bananas for sale at Campana's, 2S5
Seventeenth street. (Advertisement)
Inflammatory RhsumatUjtn Quickly
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon, IndL,
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
rheumatism In every muscle and Joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been In bed for six
weeks and bad eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried Dr.
Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism. II
gave immediate relief and she waa able
to walk In three days. . I am sure ft
ssved her life.' Bold by Otto Orotjan,
1501 Second avenue. Rock Island, and
Oust. Schlegel ft Son. 120 Second
street, Davenport (Advertisement)
A different state pennant
each Sunday. Start your col
lection with next Sunday.
The state pennant of Wis
consin next Sunday. A beau
tiful pennant 18 Inches wide
by 88 Inches long; hand
somely embossed on univer
sity felt; exact colors, ar
tistically lettered. Our own
special and exclusive design.
15 Cents to Sunday
Just clip the date line
from the news section of the
Sunday Examiner and bring
it to your newsdealer. Order
now, as your dealer will not
be able to supply the demand
On Sale at All v