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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1912."
once or twice in the three cities an j E32
each time has pleased with her splen-1 K
did interpretation and the perform-1
ance of Saturday afternoon wa no
exception. The proceeds which amount
ed to about $30 will be applied to the
soldiers' monument fund.
LADIES' APPAREL REDUCED
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
girl of IS and have been going with a
Doy of 17. I love him very much and
k says he loves me. le It proper for
kirn to kiss me goodnight and put his
arm around me when w are out walk
(2) Are tan shoes much worn this
winter? (8) I have light hair, very
curly and long. How ran I wear it
without having ribbons on it? (4)-I I
chum with a girl 17 years old. She Is I
very small and I am ra'ber tall Some
of the girls tell me we look funny to
gether and for me to stop going with
her. Please advls me whin to do. for
I hate to break friendship for such a i
Boor excuse. !
(5) Is it proper for a boy to take
a girl home from a picture show when
be didn't ta.ce her there? (O Is it
nay place to introduce one boy friend
to another? (7) Is my writing good?
1 1 Tell him you are getting too
big for that, my dear. You will soon
be a young lady and have a very dif
ferent Idea of love from what you have
now. (2 Yes. 3 Put it in two
braids and coll It about your head.
(4) You are rlph it would be a
poor excuse. If you like each other,
keep on being friends with her.
(51 If she had no other escort, why
not? (C Yes. (7 Yes.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: What kind
and what color flower should be worn
with a pale light blue silk evening
dress? ' E. A. C.
Pink roseji would be very pretty.
And pink or white, or even red flow
ers would be suitable
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Where
does Mr. Wilson, president-elect live?
(2) Is peroxide good for whitening
the face? (3) Are pimples caused by
bad blood? (4) Please give a good
recipe for fudge. MARY L.
(1) Seagirt, X. J. (2) It will
MISS LYD1A FINGER. DAUGHTER
of Rev. aud Mrs. C. F. Finger of Dav
er.port, aud prominent in missionary
ciicles of the Congregational church,
was united in inurriugo at, 11 o'clock
Suturday morning to Rev. T?arry Ed
gar Harued of Jefferson, Vt. The ceTL
lixtiy was performed by the bride's
fpther ut their home in the presence
uf a final! company of relatives and
very close f: iuTb. Greenery, some
evergreens and brunches of the fra
grant balriam pine sent from Vermont,
decorated the hom prettily and white
loses were lined a a centcrpit ce at
the wedding breakfast which followed
the ceremony. Covers were laid Til-
18 The bride's gown wi:s of dainty i
white voile trimmed with rare old j
point lace and she carried bride's
That you will buy jour grocery
wants at Sittig's hereafter and Insure
3. !HlC!3,Svm ,lb8 Margaret Koch, "What the Coun-
W..y.Y..'tL fjfrlp ff IJ ty S. U. I. Clubs Can Do for the Uni-! CELEBRATES 67TH BIRTHDAY.
y''vlii Xi-V'T (ill R fl l I verslty." The club song. "Old Gold." j MRS. ANTON DE1SENROTH YES
V t X 4 ft R V I I Id gj B vae SUI'K er ,Utre vas a busi- terday celebrated nor ii.cn uirmaay
i fp f F J 1 8 I J rl,,,Ti I l,tbb meeting when a permanent or- anniversary, a company of relatives
i -' V 1 I 1 (fsS f.L&'j K I Ionization ws effected and officers and ether friends coming to spend ;he
tJ 9 W were elect. as follows: j afternoon at her heme, 1C0S Fourth
ir N T;-7CT'M'' it tV i Tt. I President Miss Elizabeth Martin. ! avenue. There was a birthday din
-Juw- lanVV Xay : ice President .Miss
perfect satisfaction through the new ! - u"" "uu
vear Fruluy afternoon at 4 p. m , in Daven-iFrtd
i ..u- .i.t .i,v un!x, l lh puM? library club rooms
rely upon the brands we carryin pur
chasing our supplies we always con-1
siuer quality first.
Our goods lire reliable in every way
and our prices keep hou'hold bills
One trial will convince you.
RAPE FRUIT, Kloridas extra heavy
id good flavor,
ANGES. navels, large juicy fruit.
ilar 40c size
L California In lilc
jages, per package
r- ft t .1.1 . . 1 1 .
laiivj uiutfii jeuww
PLES. fancy eating apples,
. perfect, basket
CPCORN, fine clean rice popcorn,
DILL PICKLES, Helnz's genuine dill I -""se fierce ana iura bch.egel.
pickles, 1K!Tl:ere were pretty decorations in the
OCrn 3C I sorority colors, and the supper at 12
CELERY, Michigan, tender and crisp,
veil bleached, 1 flr
three stalks IUU
We are agents for Jones' Dairy Farm
Sausages, Bacon. Lard ai Hams.
Also "Happy Hour" and "Camel"
brands of teas, coffee, canned vege
tcblcs and fruits.
515 17th St.
PHONES 12 AND 59.
Ccod Goods, Good Service and Right
whiten, but It will also make the skin
hard and dead-looking- Better use
buttermilk or lemon Juice diluted. (3)
Very often. Eat well, keep the bow-
, e1 wnrVtnc well take nlpntv of hatha
nd outdoor exel9e, to get rid of the
(4) Fudge: Two cupa white sugar,
two cups light brown sugar, two cupe
sweet -milk, one-fourth teaspoonful
cream of tartar. Mix and boil until it
i grains nicely, then add butter size of
an egg. Take from fire, add vanilla
I flavor, Btir as long as you can before
I putting in tins (add nuts if you like).
Dear Mrs. Thompson: -I am young
and have been married almost three
years. My husband is of a rambling
na'ure and has been gone from me
nearly three months. He writes about
every two weekST" He says be Intends
to send for me sometime, but doesn't
know when. He says for me to have
a good time.
(1) Is It wrong for me to go with
respectable young men to shows and
dances? 2 Do you think he Btlll
loves me? (3) Will he ever send for
I am sorry you you, little "Trouble."
A man with the wanderlust is hard
to control. If he continues to support
you, don't worry too much. He will
come back. Next time he wants to
go away, .go with him.
(1) Cultivate some substantial
women friends whom you can visit in
their homes. If you care for your hus
band you will not want to go about
much with other men. (2) I don't
know, my dear, but the fact that he
writes to you seems to show that he
does. -(3) That I cannot tell you, of
course. But I feel sure you will see
roses. Rev. and Mrs. Harned have
gone on a wedding trip but will re
turn to Davenport for a short visit
before goiug to their home in the east.
Mr. Harued is a graduate of Syracuse
college and is now pastor of the Con
gregational church at Jefferson. His
bride is a graduate of the Iowa State
Normal schoof and of Chicago univer
sity. S. U. I. ALUMNAE BANQUET.
THERE WERE SOME i ALUM
nae of Iowa State university at the
banquet of Friday night that was given
j a? lejcrvnry park inn, the affair be
j ir? the first gathering of the women
! graduates of the college to be held in
Vc veil port. Margaret Oleason was
tc.ast mistress of the evening and the
fillowir.g nrpouses to toast3 were
l.tard from Miss Edna Stark, who gave
! "The Engineering Question"; Dr. Jen-
i ie McCowan, "The Elder Daughters";
.Miss Pearl Bennett, "We'll Ramble
r.er. -Mits Helen Ru-
j for further business. There were
i pretty decorations for the dinner and
S. V. I. buttons were the favors.
DELTA UPSILON SORORITY.
THE FKSTIVITIS OF THE CHRIST
iiias week closed Saturday nieht with
. . . . . ..t t i ... .. . .. ; . . . v. i . ,i .. . m
ui.tr ji me uiuai trujuauie uauccB oi
tr.e season at tne uavenport Outing;
ciuo, at wnicn tne young ladies or the
Delta Vpsilon sorority proved delight-
(ul hostesses. The patronesses of the
Christinas ball formed the receiving
party. They were Mrs. J. H. Hass,
Mrs. Jennie Bawden. Mrs. C. D. Hay
ward. Mrs. J. W. Gilchrist, Mrs. Beat,
ty. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Mosenfelder.
The entertainment committee of the
j evening having details of arrange
I ments in charge was composed of the
i Jesses jean uiicorisi, Mary iJeatty,
' f"iar Louise Haas, Helen Mosenfelder,
I o'clock was sprvpd at individual tihlus
for four, each with a miniature Christ
mas tree as the centerpiece and dainty
favors at each plate. About 40 tri
city couples were entertained. The
Criterion orchestra played for the
READS BLUE BIRD.
UNDER THE. AUSPICES OF FORT
Armstrong chapter. Daughters of the
Aj.ierlcan Revolution, Miss Anna Irene
Lark in read Maeterllnk's Blue Bird at
th'i beautiful new home of Mrs. M. L.
Henderson. 1046 Twenty-third street.
Saturday afternoon. A company of 130
ladies attended the reading and were
immensely pleased with the splendid
entertainment. Miss Larken read the
rla without musical setting. She has
read Blue Bird with musical setting
CORNELL ALUMNI BANQUET.
THE SECOND ANNUAL. DINNER
of the Tri-City Alumni association of
Cornell university, was held Saturday
noon at the Commercial lub in Dav
enport, about 20 graduates and under
graduates attending. The dinner was
a pronounced success and following
the serving of the banquet, several
members of the association gave short
talks. Among those present were Han
old ' Lusk, James Lardner, Herbert
Koehler, Herbert Lafferty, Theodore
Guyer, Walter Priester, Chalea Gil- j
Christ, Charles Shuler, Burdette Blair
and Harold Phoenix. Leonard Bur-1
meister and Willie Allen were he ;
guests of the association at the meet- i '
ing Gardner Smith was also present.
BANQUET FOR EMPLOYES.
THE THIRD ANNUAL BANQUET
for the officers and employes of the
Rock Island Sash and Door works was
held Saturday evening at the New
HKrper. Covers were laid for 85 at the
banquet table and a course-dinner was
served. Table decorations consisted
of ferns and flowers and Christmas
decorations and trees carried out the
6pirit of the season. A feature of TEe
decorations was a large cake' on which
was the trade mark of the firm. W.
B. MclntyTe, acting as toastmaster.
In his happy way called for toasts from
various members of the body and the
affair was delightfully informal.
MRS. HOUSTON HOSTESS.
MRS. GEORGE HOUSTON WAS
hostess at a pretty Christmas-tide
bridge party Saturday afternoon, there
being three tables of the game. There
were Christmas decorations of poin
settia and holly throughout the house,
tslly cards were tied with holly
sprays and at each small table, when
the delicious luncheon was served,
were holly wreaths and green shaded
candles. Individual plcn pudffings,
brought in blazing, also added to the
Christmas spirit. Mrs. Earl Tarbox
won first prize, a Japanese carved nut
bowl and Mrs. Sam Hoffman, second,
a Japanese card case. .
FOR MISS SLIVKIN.
MR. AND MRS. I. SLIVKIN, 726
Thirteenth street, yesterday entertain
ed a company of 40 friends at a party
in honor of Miss Julia Slivkin of Du
buque. There were games of variouB
k'nds played and piano solos were giv
en by Miss Rose Goldman, Miss Lena
Smith and vocal numbers were given
by MI68 Estella Horblit, Abe Goldman,
Ben Harris, Hairy Silverman and Miss
Julia Erbstein. Miss Slivkin wa6 pre
sented with a silver toilet set by Mr.
and Mrs. Slivkin. Late in the after
noon a lunch was served by the host
ess. NAYLON- VIAULT.
CARDS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED
announcing the marriage of Miss Ro
salie Viault daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Emile Viault to Thomas J. Naylon
which took place Thursday, Dec. 26, at
Phoenix, Ariz. "Mr. and Mrs. Naylon
will be at home after Feb. Lat S0t5 Van
Buien street, Phoenix. T.Ir. Naylon
formerly lived in this city when be , f
was connected with the head office of i
flu Mnrlnrn. Wnnrtmpn I !
TEA FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS.
MISS ROSEMARY LARDNER OF
Eas: Locust street, Davenport, yester
day entertained a company of young
people at a tea. Young men and wo
men of the tri-cities who art home
from college for the lrMdays were th?
guests, the afternoon being psed in
an informal social way.
nt r. and a season of sociability follow-
jed the repast.
Ml uiiaa i-le-ui.
Emerson, both of Dubuque, were
!cnud in marriaae Saturday p. :n. at 5
o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ec-rt Ciirahan. 2C0'. Fifth avenue. A'ter
a short wedding trip they u?l ir.akejt the church corner Twelfth street
their home at 2608 Seventh avenue. j
CELEBRATES 83RD BIRTHDAY.
STTRDAY WAS THE 83RD
. . v. .i .. t 1. ti .111,1 ; h
' i-inuuay ui jui uu Dium.u"
event was nttingiy ceieurarea oy urn
1 friends. He was tne recipient oi a
number of handsome gifts and the con
gratulations of many friends.
THE WOODMEN OF THE WORLD,
Rock Island camp No. 83, will enter
tain at a private dancing party at Elks'
hall tomorrow evening.
Island City Court of Honor No. 855
announces another of its winter ser
ies of dancing parties to be given
Thursday evening. Jan. 2, at Berlin's
hail. The party is for members and
EVERY MEMBER SERVICE
AT UNITED PBESBYTERIAN
Rev. Granville H. Sherwood, rector
of Trinity Episcopal church, will ad
dress an "every member" meeting at
the United Presbyterian church Fri
day evening. A similar service was
held last Friday evening at the church
when Dr. W. H. Bl&ncke of St, Paul's
Lutheran church. Davenport delivered
a most helpful and splendid address.
These meetings are to take the place
of the mid-week prayer services which
are omitted during the holiday season,
and are a follow-up service of the
Laymen's Missionary movement.
That only la a disgrace to a man
which he has deserved to suffer
Price of Ladies' Suits
M. & K. Reducing Pencil has returned to work with following results:
Some Coats at 1-2 Off
Dresses at 40 Off
Gowns at 40 Off
Some Skirts at
Eif IBrdi in thr
First Methodist. Mid-week prayer
services will be held Wednesday even
ing at T : ;0 at the church.
The January meeting of the Wom
an's Foreign Mission society will be
held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock
with Mrs. J. T. NoftsUer, 836 Twen
German Evangelical Services will
i e hrld New Year's eve at 7:30 o'clock
and Twelfth avenue.
Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock
services will be held in the church.
The Ladies' Sewing socie'y will
j meet at tne churcn basement, inurs-
Zion Lutheran. The Young People's
society will give a program in the
church New Year's eve, beginning at
9 o'clock. After the program they
will go to the chapel where refresh
ments will be served. At midnight J
! they will return and hold appropriate
Services will he held at. the church
Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock.
The annual congregational meeting
will be held Wednesday afternoon at
The banquet of the Lutheran men's
societies of the three cities will be
held Thursday evening at the August
tana college dining room.
Grace Lulheran. The board of dea
cons will meet this evening at 8 o'clock
at the parsonage.
Services will be heid Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock. The annual
congregational meeting will be held
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A
joint meeting of the beard of officers
SHE LOST HER HAIR.
But she found it again. That is the
good part of the story. It cost her a lot
of pride to lose it, and just a dollar to
find it. Tou see, the dollar is the price
of a bottle of Hall's Hair Renewer. No
coloriug of the hair. First of all, she
talked it over with her doctor. This
gave her confidence to go ahead.
at 40 Off
at 1-3 Off
For Man,Woman& Child
""Rock Island,! ll
will be held "Wednesday afternoon at
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
with Mrs. Emma Lindstroin, 4210 Sev
en :h avenue, Friday afternoon.
Central Presbyterian. Mid-week
prayer services will be held Wednes
day evening at 7:30. o'clock.
Friday evening the Brotherhood will
meet at the church. Supper will be
served at 6:45 and will be followed by
a stereopticon lecture by Observer J.
M. Sherier of the weather bureau of
South Park Presbyterian. The ses
sion will meet this evening at the home
of Rev. W. G. Oglevee, 1524 Thir
A watch service w-ill be held at the
church tomorrow evening.
Thursday evening the thoir will
meet for rehearsal.
Trinity Episcopal. St. Elizabeth
guild will meet this evening at 7:30
at the parish house.
Tee Woman's auxiliaiy wltl meet
with Mrs. H. B. Custer. 1917 Sixth
avenue, tomorrow evening' at 7:30
Services will be held at the chapel
Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock.
First Baptist The annual congre
gational meeting will be held tomor
row evening at 7:30 o'clock at the
church. This will be followed by a
watch meeting for the B. Y. P. U.
Prayer services will be omitted Wed
Friday afternoon the Woman's Mis
sion society will meet with Mrs. H. V.
Reed. Mrs. R. H. Hoffman will be the
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Friday evening at the church.
United Presbyterian. The board of
trustees will meet this evening a: the
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be omitted this week.
Friday evening there will be an ev
Regular Value Price
- 3 Off
ery member' meeting at the church.
Rev. G. H. Sherwood will deliver an
First Swedish Lutheran. This ev
ening the auditors of the church will
meet at the home of Nels Swanson,
614 Third avenue, to audit the books of
the various societies of the church.
Tomorrow evening Fred and Alfred
Peterson will entertain the members
of the Young People's aociety at the
home of Emll Peterson, 1121 Four
teenth street at the New Year's watch
Wednesday morning at 10:30 o clock
services will be held at the church.
Thursday evening the men's society
of the church will be hosts to tne
Lutheran men of Rock Island and Mo
line at a banquet at the Augustana
college dining hall.
Friday evening at 7:30 the annual
business meeting of the congregation
will be held at the church. Reports of
the officers of the church will be re
ceived and a call will be extended for
a pastor of the church.
Spencer Memorial Methodist There
will be a watch service Tuesday even
ing beginning at 8 o'clock and contin
uing until midnight during which
there will be talks and prayer by Eu
gene Mattison, O. E. McLaughlin, W.
Earl Freeland, Earl Hiatt. K. A. Jones,
Helen Swingle, A. C. Larrlson and
Rev. C. E. Hawkins.'
German Mehodlst Services will be
held at the church tomorrow evening
at 7:30 o'clock.
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock
preaching services will be held at the
church. At 11 o'clock the Sunday
school board will meet at the church.
RAILWAY MEN PRESENT
CHURCH WITH HYMNALS
An interesting and unique service
was held last evening at the South
Park Presbyterian church which was
of special interest to railway men.
When the church was organized as a
congregation recently, the members
cast about for a means of providing
hymnals for use at the services and
at the suggestion of one of the par
ishoners, the members of the Order
of Railway Conductors, Rock Island
division No. 106 presented the church
with 100 copies of the Westminster
hymnal. These were used for the
first time last evening. A large num
ber of the members of the order had
supper at the home of F. A. Bledsoe
and they, with their wives, then went
to the church in a body to take part
in the service. Mr. Bledsoe In a few
wor,ds presented the hymnals and
Rev. W. G. Oglevee received them in
behalf of the congregation. . The even
ing sermon was omitted and, In Its
stead Rev. Mr. Oglevee made a short
address, as did S. W. Searle, the wor
ship of the evening consisting large
ly in song, hymns being sung from
the new books. There was a large
congregation present and much Inter
est was manifest In the service.
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