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THE ROCK ISL.AXD ARGUS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912.
church wu held last evening at the
home of Rev. I. O. Nothstein. C27 Forty-fourth
street, and officers for the
year were chosen as follows:
President Miss Mayme Peterson.
Vice President Miss Louisa Peter
son. Secretary Miss Linda Ring.
Treasurer Miss Ruth Johnson.
The society decided to donate $3.r to
wards the church treasury, and plans
for the year were outlined. A social
hour followed the business session,
tyMlf 2XJZASKCK. &''-'&i&i'''iS:
white f?it it'" r-. y:":"
to J J
j Dear Mrs. Thompson:
five me a reelp' for warts.
' (2) How can I clean a
J. (3) Is a srlrl of 17 old enough
ave a Mlow once in a while-?
T X. Y. z.
i (1) Apply coal oil on wart twice a
; (2) Brush ha wll, then sponge 'with
linmonia and roll wa'er. Press hat by
Sflnging out a clean clo-h from cold
when refreshments were served.
DAUGHTERS ENTERTAIN SOCIETY
THE DAUGHTERS OF THE
Covenant of the First Methodist
church, entertained tie Standard
Bearers of the same church last even-1
ing at the home of Mrs. C. O. Lindorff, j
919 Twentieth street. Routine bus'-;
ness occupied the time of the business
what to do. If I were you and could
manage it, I would have a pool table
at home and learn how to play with
mv prm and invitp hi friends in to
I play with him. Yes. it harms a young , session and a short, program was giv-,
Irryan'n rrnrtA nmcnofta tn cwn flnpnd- pn rnnaifitin ftf a niacin SOlO bv MiS3
rater and placlnr over hat. ironing j ' . .,,. , toKla I Hh. .tAv immi rnn.
'and find some other absorbing interest I ucted by Mrs. S. E. Mattison and a;
M IV PMHasaac,..
d i StVH' 1 YB Vl iJ J
' It 1 AT M
ver clfth until dry. Pulling off the
sloth w il! raise the nap of the felt.
. (2) Have aw many hoy friends as you
tike, m v d ar, hut don"t lt any of tbem
make Jove 'o you until you are old
tnough to know what I- real love.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a g'.rl of
tO and w-nt. thr- months steady with
a youriK man who said he loved me.
He gave m a fun- time. The girl I
dserl to churn w ith was j aioiiH and lied
to htm about me said I was out with
pther fellows one Sunday when 1 was
put wi'h her. II told m about it, and
Bow my rhum goes around with anoth
er girl and this girl took my friend
way from me. He sent nu cards since
nd called me up once to v-f if I was
toad a' him. I told him no. He is an
awfully nice fiplow. Please advl
tne. BROWN EYES.
! I don't see what you can do. P.rown
Eyes If fix cared very much for you
he would not go wl'h any other srirl. i
for him which would place him in bet
piano duet, A very pleasant social i
hour was enjoyed when refreshments j
were served. 1
I ear Mrs. Thompson: I am 13 years
old and my mother has been dead five
years. I am staying with a very nice
woman, but papa wants me to come
and stay with him. He has not got
things convenient and there are always
two or three men staying with him.
l)o you think it would he all right for
me to go Trlth him or to stay with
the weman 'wo or three years yet?
Is my writing good? I am in the
seventh grade. Am I well along?
If your father knows what is best
for his little girl he will not ask her
to live with him when he has several
other men staying with him. Stay with
the woman, my dear, until your father
can make the right kind of a home
Your wri'ine Is fair and you are
Vou did ri;ht to tell him you are not doing very well in srhool.
angry', hut if I were you I would got ,
mother beau. j
: Dar Mrs. Thompson: Do you think
there is any harm for a young man to
go Into a saloon to play pool? Don't
fou think folks form a I ad opinion of
Mm? I have a son aucd 2. who takes
flinch pleasure in so doing. What ran
J do to keep him from i: ?
AN.XIOI S MOTHER.
ZION YOUNG PEOPLE ELECT. i
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF j
the Young People's society of Zion
Lutheran church, held last evening at
the home of John Johnson. 82:5 Fcrty-;
fourth street, the following officers j
were elected: j
Vice President Anton Udden. ;
Secretary Miss Esther Anderson. j
Treasurer Mr. Thunberg.
Rev. N. J. Forsberg Is president ex
Following the business session, the
following program was given:
Vocal solo Mrs. Carl Craft.
Reading Miss Ebba Abrahamsou.
Vocal solo Richard Hedstrom.
Reading Miss Ebba Ahrahamson.
Trombone solo Clark Swanson.
The young people decided to hold a
New Year's watch meeting at the
church. There will be a good program
.-n .T,.. -. Vc "
Thousands of dollars worth of the BEST furs ever brought to Davenport will
be on sale tomorrow morning.
Far Sets, For Muffs, Fur Coals
We advise every woman to put "Newman's" on her shopping list for tomor
row. Never have we reduced prices so decidedly this early in the season. No
matter how inexpensive a fur you pick out at these reduced prices, it is under
the same guarantee as the finest piece of fur in the house. Remember, we nev
er exaggerate values. Your money 'refunded if you are not entirely satisfied.
Dear Mrs. Thompson I asn a young iand refreshments will be served, and; r
man of 22 years of age, height six
the affair promises
best in the year.
to be one of the j
feet one inrh. weight TC'i pounds. How j
much should I weigh? What can I
do to inerease my weight? SLIM.
It is natural for you to he very thin
at jour ace. You will prow heavier I Du rv..,. i-r.., v :
with the years. Meantime, eat good j wh,ch wag tQ Uave been nPld ast ven. ,
meals, sleep a lot, tip atne aeep ana
HUMANE SOCIETY MEETS. I
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE !
l.iuuh a lo. A normal weight for your
Dear ni'i'her. it s difficult to tell you j height is 100 to 2"0 pounds.
ing, was put over till the January meet-,
ing, the session last evening being de-1
voted to the transaction of routine
monthly affairs. Wirt Taylor gave his ;
report as follows for the month: j
Animal Cases Complaints received I
and investigated, 4; horses and mules j
examined in harness, 31; drivers repri-1
CLUB TO HEAR OF GOOD ROADS, .and the marriage took place at 6
; MOLIXE WOMAN'S CUT. M EM- o'clock at the Methodist parsonage,
hers are to have a genuine h ap year the Key. Mr. Ellis performing the
hance this week, for tln-y are en-j eereui' iiy. The bride wore a tailored
iitlcd to invit.e tin ir men friends to ! navy blue .suit and a black beaver hat.
Ihe club meeting of Sat unlay, to hear j The inaj ' iui;e was kept perfectly quiet
land the announcement is a complete.
BLACK FOX SETS, worth $32.50; large shawl and
big muff. Sale price
RED FOX SETS, worth $27.50; Russian shawl
collar and pillow muff. Sale price ..
SABLE OPOSSUM SETS, worth $25.00; novelty
collar and large muff. Sale price
BLACK FRENCH CONEY SETS, worth $20.00;
shawl with standing collar and pillow muff, at .
ROBE OF SHEEREST
NAINSOOK FOR BABY
Uhe lion. I.arene Y. S!n-riu; u of
riprinheld talk to the club on "Good
Roads" With so many hundreds of
Iticn Inierefted in automobiles and the
Jjood road.-; nee-ssai y t make driving
lliem most enjoyable, it would he
tteltlshuess fur the wij'iun alone fj
surprke to their many friends. The
bride lias b vn employed by the Stan
ley Printing company for a number of
ears and is very prominent in Swe
dish Methodist church work. Mr. Go
vig is cashier at the American Express
J. N. Oiine, IL'10 Tenth street, Moline.
CLUB ARRANGES FOR DANCE.
THE LET A DELTA SIGMA CLUB
was rnfi rtainrd last evening at the
I home of Miss Grace I'llemeyer. 1107
I Nineteenth street, and plans w ere com-
pletnl for a private (laming party to
! ht' joven at Elks' hall New Year's eve.
Tie' Criterion oi chest ra will give the
I music for dancing and -in couples will
he the diesis. Following the transac
tion of business, a social time was en
joyed and the hostess served lunch.
The club will m et in two weeks with
Miss Harriet Bancroft, 2Sno Seventh
SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS.
THE ANNU AL MEETING OK THE
Jiear this tine speaker on a subject in j company otVe in this city. They
,'vhich the whole nation is interested, i will make their home for the present
;n, as women have nu: et been j.iven : with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.!
he chance to lie ai'ive in the making j
f good roads, they ore g.iing to let
i lie men hear about theni too. Th''
Registrar, Mrs. J. P. Fleming, will be
im the second floor of the Lunch and
;Kcst. nonis between 1') and 12 o'clock
jEriduy morning and at the chunh at
3 :.".(' Saturday at'-rueon, to permit all
lu desire to pay their dues before
ihv meeting and not miss any of the
tnteirttif nment. The boys' choir of
'Sacred Heart cathedral. Davenport.
!uill furnish th music of the after
noon. ; GOVIG-OLINE.
I ANNOUNCEMENTS HAVE BEEN
Received by friends of the young p"0.
Jile of tin- nii'.rr'.ac.e Saturday at Iowa
I Ity, luii. of Miss Alineda Oline of
tvToiln- and Hoy C.ovlg of Hock Island.
The young couple left Moline at noon
NATURAL OPOSSUM SETS, worth $20.00; plvln ?1 O Cf
shawl collar and large muff, at P.L.OU
CONEY SETS .N BLACK AND BROWN, worth $7.50;
novelty shawl collar and pillow muff, at
JAPANESE MINK SETS, worth $30.00; skin
effect collar and large muff, at
RIVER MINK SETS, worth $35.00; novelty
ehawl collar and big muff, at
AMERICAN MINK SETS, worth $65.00;
novelty cut collar and pillow muff, at ..
BLACK PERSIAN PAW SETS, worth $20.00;
new effect ecarf and large muff, at ,
NATURAL WOLF SETS, worth $18.00; plain shawl
collar and pillow muff, at
NOVELTY WHITE SETS, worth $25.00;
trimmed shawl and muff, at
BLACK FOX SETS, worth $60.00; animal
effect scarf and muff, at
JAPANESE MINK SETS, worth $45.00; loose
skin effect shawl and. pillow muff, at
52-INCH PONY COATS, worth $45.00- COQ
Sale price I D
HANDSOME PONY COATS, worth $60.00. CQQ
Sale price , )0D
VERY BEST PONY COATS, worth $75.00. Cf Cfl Art
Sale price ". pDU.UU
BROWN MARMOT COATS, worth $30.00. CCO AA
Sale price ipOiAll
NATURAL RIVER MINK COATS, worth $100. CA AA
Sale price . OOi.UU
PILLOW SHAPED CONEY MUFFS, worth $3a Qf QF
THREE STRIPED SABLE OPOSSUM MUFFS, A
worth $9.00. Sale Price Pt).D
SABLE COLOR AND BLACK CONEY MUFFS, (JQ QP
worth $6.00. Sale price , O.tD
BLACK FOX MUFFS, worth $20.00. t1 O ETA
Sale price $ 1Z.OU
JAPANESE MINK MUFFS, worth $20.00. ei O Ar
Sale price LZ.)D
HANDSOME BLACK WOLF MUFFS, worth $18.00. CM A AA
Sale price J)1U.UU
RICH NATURAL MINK MUFFS, worth $80.00. (Air AA
Sale price 340.UU
WHITE LAMB'S WOOL 8ET8, (r
$1.75 values for UuC
WHITE ANGORA SETS, "t"- r
$2.50 values for I1.40
WHITE THIBET SET8, j m
$4.50 values for jO.40
9:30 P. M.
207-209 West Second Street, Davenport, Iowa
A DEPOSIT WILL
HOLD ANY FURS
nianded and warned. G: horses
jiended, 2; horses destroyed, 2.
Children Cases Com plain's received
and investigated, 3.
sus-1 atmosphere of determination and see
MILAN EPWORTH LEAGUE.
THE EPWORTH EEACl'E OF THE
Milan Methodist church was entertain
ed lasf. evening at the home of Miss
Catherine White. Miss Font of Peoria,
a deaconess in the Methodist church,
told in an interest inn way of her work.
with em-'A pleasant social hour was passed with !a,ui are continually complaining that
joined at..,m t.rt trmi,. n.i ii.nh wa sored i they "can't pet on" care too much for
Forward society of Grace I,iitberau J j.ardB of lace edK,nB
5 li?. t-
Robe of sheerest nainsook with
trimmings of embroidery and Valen
ciennes lace. The mode! displays a
long panel front trimmed
broidery in wreath effect
intervals by medallions outlined in
Valenciennes lace. The model re-j SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS,
quires two and one-half yards of 36-1 R,-Tfrs B N"I) OF I'liOMAViY
inch material; five and one-quarter ! Pre8byter'ian churcll wiil meet with
jams ui iiBini, " unc-u 111 , . u r,
street tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Tea will be served at 5 o'clock.
Trinity guild of Trinity Episcopal
: church will be entertained at the home
of Mrs. C. C. Carter, corner Sixteenth
'avenue and Twenty-first s'r::rt .tomor
The second dancing party of a series
: trader the auspices of Trio and Jiock
Island ledges of Masons will he held at
the Masonic tempie Thursday evening.
Dec. 12. The Criterion orchestra will
furnish the music.
If you are looking old, unattractive
and generally at your worst, get a
shampoo, a facial massage, bushels of
fresh air and smile at something fun
ny. You will have a better chance to!
face the world and its music. I
Selfishness crushes out love; most 1
of the people who are living together
serge. It haB turn-over collar and
cuffs which are partly faced with
black or colored satin. The sides
of the coats are finished with shaped
dress descriptive of Borne scenes wit
nessed on his recent trip around th
world, and Rev. W. U Clapp. executive
secretary of the I.aymen'a Missionary
i. ii iij I win nu i a"."-."iw.. I'll tuny g
and too little for each
THIS SUIT POPULAR
straps which are finished with ; movement, is also to speak. Special in
stitching trim, and end in a tap ef- tarest attaches to the address of Ir.
feet over a panel at the back. Tho : Reherd, In view of the fact that he wai
coat is fastened at the waist with lone of the same party of world tour
white bonl ball buttons. Similar Ists with Dr. W. R. King of Mini
buttons are used to trim the sleeves! mouth, who spoke recently at the First
with. It has wide revers which arelM. E. church on "Chinese Conditions.'
notched to form undercollar. The! These gentlemen, within the last few
skirt has a panel at the hax;k, and on I months, returned from a trip around
each sule of the skirt the material is' the world In the Interests of mlsslou-
laid in piaits near t,he foot, the plaits
are held down by buttons.
Tips for Some of Us
something to make house work pleasanter and easier.
We have the most complete 'he of electrical supplies and
lighting fixtures in the tri-cities
Don't fail to step in and look over our stock before Christ
mas. Phone West 280.
W. LEE JONES, Manager Fixture Department.
The ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION
AND MACHINERY COMPANY
1622 Second Avenue.
j If a man takes you to expensive din
! ners and talks dollars and diamonds
; to you, he is not serious. If to one
cheap lunch he adds a discussion on
j economy, then get your third finger
If married life seems flat and all in
terest in things has evaporated, add a
few congenial friends, orae healthful
pastimes and, if necessary, chance the
furniture. Stir the whole into a fresh
- GET BUSY
Just as soon as you notice the jN
first symptom of
COLDS OR GRIPP5
you should try a bottle of
It will help you.
Hi. ' i
' . If
REV. MR. REHERD TO TELL
OF TRIP AROUND WORLD
The prayer meeting service at the
Broadway Presbyterian church tomor
row night Is to be an unusual and par
ticularly interesting one. It i3 announc
ed as an every member meeting, and
it is to be made as far aa possible a
meeting of the whole congregation.
Rev. W. H. Reherd of Waterloo, Iowa, i
is to he present for an illustrated ad-
ary work, and so their addresses aro
full of fresh and up-to-date material.
The service tomorrow night opens at
TSirt, and Is for all members and frlenda
of the congre gation. There will he sjio
clal music and other attractive feat
ures on the program.
How to Take Pills.,
Take Blackburn's CascaKoyal-Pills,
that never gripe nor sicken. One each
r.ight as a laxative. Two or three as a
cathartic. After a ow woekB' use the
trouble is usually corrected. Try a 10-
I cent package just once and you'll want
no other they are so propmt and
j out of
Folks m the World
OJve mi fteese
The Swiss live long robust lives, I
free of disease. They eat cheese. I
Cheese is as nourishing a3 meat
and eggs and a fine digestive.
Is Made of Pure Milk in Sanitary Dairies Sold in Sealed, Dust-Prool
Packages and Jars all sizes. And the Special Curing Process Makes
ELKHORN CHEESE Far More Digestible Than Ordinary Bulk Cheese
This nattv suit can be made either
white Lroadcioih linen, or
Ask Your Dealer For
Elkhorn Cream Elkhorn Pimentt
Elkhorn Tasty or Devilled