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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY," JANUARY 10, 1913.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Please give
me recipe for making lemon filling
1th lemon extract. A.
If for a pie. make an ordinary cus
tard and add H teaspoon lemon ex
tract. If for a cake filling, make any
unite Icing and add tbe lemon extract
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Are white
might add that he thinks himself the
luckiest man in the world. (3) Some
times the wedding ring is not used but
as a rule it is.
(2) Please give me a Rood candy rec-j Dp8T Mr- Thompson: (1) I am j
lpe CONSTANT READER, leaving trouble with my plants. The.
- (I) Yes. (2) Walnut creams: Make ; uraniums seem to be in good health.
. fnnrt.r, it .o,.it only the leaves are turning yellow.'
CKar and cup water. Let boil 15 11 ulue ,n,ra , "The Willow1
minutes, pour on plate and beat until kfceD nem damP . MOTHtK. j .Tha Cry of
1 bite and stiff. Work In any flavor
desired, and mold Into balls, placing
half a walnut meat on each side. You
can divide this Into different parts
wifh different flavors and colorings. If
of the late Hon. J. P. Lane and also of
the late C. M. Richardson, both of
whom were connected with the early
: history of Davenport. Mr. Von Maur
is a grandson of the late George W.
Cable, and is now attending the Iowa"
State university, from where he grad
uates in June. He is associated with
his father 1n the Harned & Von Maur
store in Davenport. Miss Mary JCnelpp
of St. Joseph, Mo., was an out of town
guest at the luncheon this afternoon.
ETUDE CLUB STUDY MEETING.
A DELIGHTFUL MEETING OF
the Etude club was held yesterday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Rosa
Oberholtzer. 35 Oak Lane, Davenport,
when women composers were studied.
The program was given by Miss Den-
! nis and Miss Ruth Benkert with Mrs.
Amelia Gobble as accrj lpanist After
toe program the ladies were i&iited
to remain and refreshments were serv
ed to them. The program follows:
"The Violet" Helen Hood
"A Disappointment" ... Helen Hood
The Cry of Rachael" Salter
you like, or coat It with melted choco
late. ' Dear Mrs. Thompson: Do I have to
end my money to the paper to have
an answer printed? EDITH.
" No indeed! All answers are pub
lished free, but space Is limited and
sometimes there must be quite a wait
before an answer Is published.
. Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Is a dark
blue suit atl right for a boy to be mar
j--rniip juu uirui ivu ui...t : Miss Benkert
They should be watered thoroughly ! ..Frnling8llcdchen..
o.ily when the ground seems to be gomerjORe..
dry. Keep the plants where they will Vai--..
tobacco dust in the soil about the
roots will help their growth and keep
lnsecta from the roots.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have four
warts on my hands which spoil their
appearance very much. How can they
be removed without scars? I have re- j
ceived much valuable information from
your "Beauty Hints" and thank you
for past and future favors.
The best way o remove the warth
ried in at the minister's? (2) What i without scars is by electricity. If there
should a man say when his frTcnffs con-j Is no specialist near you who can do
gratulate him? (3) Do you have to this, try applying coal oil to the warts
have a wedding ring besides the en-1 several times a day, until they can be
gopement ring? BLUE EYES. picked off.
(1) Yes. for a daytime weddlug. I am very tfad I have been able to
(2) He hhould thank them and he help you in the past.
MOLINE WOMAN'S CLUB. (Mho Is director of St. John's choir in
- AN ATTRACTIVE FEATURE OF Davenport and is also in charge of the
the musical program at tho Moline; voice department at 'he Rock Island
Woman's club meeting Saturday will be i Musical school, and at St Joseph,
two sons to be piven by Mrs. Frances j Mo., Is to give a group of songs. His
DeJaeger In connection with Miss numbers will be "Honor and Arms"
Grace I'u nam's talk on Hawaii, i from Samson and Delilah; "Two
"Aloha Oe." a song famous the world Grenadiers" (Schumann); "Will o;
gvcr. is one of them. Its meaning the Wisp" (Cherry); "Charmed Cups"
is "My I-ove to You." and is ever; (Roeckel), and Margaret Lang's
Sung in parting and always played by "Irish Love Song."
I 1 LI. .V .. I -
IUO DHX1U uu rvorj Billy lua. juttx;? i.m
Islands, making each part'ng ooub.y
taurful and Impressive. K ie f par
ticular Interest and popular because
bo'h the words and music were writ
ten by Ex-Queen Lilliokulaui. The
copy to be used at Saturday's meet
ing was presented to Miss Putnam and
bears tho signature of the composer
and when sent from the ex-queen her-
lielf was also accompanied by a pho'o-
VON MAUR-LANE ENGAGEMENT.
THE ANNOUNCEMTNT OF THE
engagement of Miss Jennette D. Lane,
only dauphter of Hon. and Mrs. Joe
R. Lane of Davenport, and Cable
George Von Maur, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles J. Von Maur of Davenport,
was made at a limiheon given at noon
today at the home of Miss Lane on
East River street, at which 15 girl
"Oh, Love but a Day" Beach
"For My Love" Beach
"The Years at the Spring" .. Beach
"Prelude in C Minor" ... Bartlett
"Du BistDle Ruh" Schubert-Liszt
Miss Lettie Dennis.
"The Spring, ,My Dear. Is No Long
er Spring" Allitsin
"The Nightingale Has a Lyre of
"The Lord Is My Light" .. Allitsin
DRUGGISTS' AUXILIARY OFFICERS
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF THE
Rock Island County Druggists' asso
ciation held a meeting yesterday af
ternoon fit the home of Mrs. John Jen
n:sch, 1922 Third street, Moline. The
annual election of officers was field
resulting In the following being
President Mrs. E. Jericho, Moline.
Vice President Mrs. A. J. Reiss,
Secretary Mrs. Henry Koch, Rock
Treasurer Mrs. Harry Rowe, Rock
Plans were discussed for the ban
quet and card party f3 Te given by
the druggists, druggists' clerks and
! their wives at the New Harper Jan. 20.
: Following the business meeting cards
i were played with the prize going to
: Mrs. Gus Llndvall of Moline. After
the games a nice lunch was served.
MALE CHORUS OFFICER8.
THE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING
of the Rock Island Male chorus was
held last evening at the home of Caleb
Forsell, 3424 Seventh avenue, when
the following officers were choeen for
President B. A. Larson.
Vice President Dr. J. P. Magnus
son. Secretary Carl H. Johnson.
Treasurer Herbert Nordlander.
Manager Emil Johanson.
Librarian Carl Thunberg.
Delegates to Swedish National con-
tcranh Tho other number In an old friends were the eui'Bts. Flowers and
time plantation song to be sung in the j ribbons trimmed the table and hand- j vention in Moline next month C. A.
Hawallnn latiguape and the soft,
wt'lrd tunes are very characteristic ot
them- iiiteres'ing people. Miss Nao
ir.1 Johnson of Rock Island is to give
jlano numbers and will also act as
accompanist for Mrs. DeJarger. W.
A. Mct'u loch of Davenport, baritone,
painted cards announced the engage- Larson and John Wicklund.
ment. The date of the wedding is not
'announced. Mir. I.ani- Is prominent, AUXILIARY CHOOSES OFFICERS,
initially In the three cities. She is a ! THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS
graduate of St. Katharine's school and j were elected at the annual meeting of
attended Miss Sower's school in Wash-I the ladles' auxiliary to the Rock Is
! ingtun, I). C. She is a ramldaughter land County Humane society, which
Bargains at the S. &L. tomorrow
The best economies of
the seson at their height
This is "bargain season" the time of all times,
when to effect a thorough house cleaning, sacrificial
measures must be taken, prices severely cut. Decisive
economies created. We face the necessity of "dispos
ing with all fall and winter stocks it's our policy to
offer only clean up-to-date merchandise each season.
Men's and Young Men's Suits Reduced
Fancy Suits 25
Blacks, Blues and Staples, 10
SIMON & LANDAUER
DAVENPORT. I A.
Men's and Young Men's
Fancy Overcoats 25 Off
Chinchillas and Staple Overcoats 20 Off
'.50 and $3 Shirts $1.15 $1.50 Shirts $1.15
$1 Shirts 79c Fur Caps 20
Far Gloves and Mitts 20 Fancy Waistcoats 25
Flannel Pajamas and Gowns 10
Toilet Sets, 25 Bradley ana Wj Mb Hers, 10
Sweater Coats, with follars, 20 t lot wit T neck, 5
110 to $tJ Seeaweax, 85c II Xeckwear, 69
e eel ar, &&c Me Neck w far. She
tie Keekwear, le 600 Fleeca Lined Underwear, 33c.
lit Wool Mis Hose, lie !fe SupeBdero, 15
llouse Coats, 2& ff Bath Robes, 20 off
Children's Fancy SalU and 0ereeaU, ii off
was neld at tne home or Mrs- Bene
Jones, 1001 Seventeenth avenue:
President Mrs. Belle Jones.
Vice President Mrs. J. J. Williams.
Second Vice President Mrs. J. Quin-
Secretary Mrs. Fred Rinck.
Treasurer Mrs. G. M. Elliott
The reports from the various officers
showed the society In a very good,
DAUGHTERS OF NORWAY ELECT.
DAUGHTERS OF NORWAY MET
in regular monthly session Thursday,
Jan. 9, in Sonneville's hall, Moline.
Annual election of officers was held
President Mrs. Frank Larson,
Vic President Mrs. Charles Cas
persen. Treasurer Mrs. Christ Terkelsen.
Secretary Miss Ambjorg Einarsen.
The first annual dance will be held
at the above hall, Saturday, Jan. 11.
Music will be given by Huddle's or
SURPRISE CLUB MEMBER.
. MRS. FRED TEMPLE WAS TAKEN
by surprise at her home, 2329 Four
teenth street, Moline, Wednesday at
ternoon by members of the Olive Cinch
club and friends. The affair was held
to celebrate Mrs. Temple's wedding an
niversary, and she was showered with
a et of linen. The guests spent the
afternoon hemming the napkins, and
prises were awarded, Mrs. Fred Haack
receiving first prlae, her work being
first finished; Mrs. George Noyes, see
ond, for the neatest work: consola
tion to Mrs. Frank Wilson, and booby
to Mrs. A, C. Stouffer. A delicious
luncheon was served late in the after
LADIES ELECT OFFICERS.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Ladles' Aid society of the Memorial
Christian church was held yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. N. G
Wlllhite, 216 Thirteenth street, wAen
the annual election of officers was
held as follows: .
President Miss Mollie Myers.
First Vice President Mrs. Tanner.
Second Vioe President Mrs. W. F.
Secretary Mrs. W. B. Stein.
Treasurer Mrs. p. Strecker.
Tbe ladles planned for the January
coffee which will be held Jan. 7Z. The
secretary gave a report of the work
of the past year.
TRI-CITY 500 CLUB7
TRI-CITY 500 CLUB MEMBERS
met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
Joseph Fleischman of Davenport The
games were played at five tables, and
prizes wer awarded Mrs. Julius Ochs
of Davenport and Mrs. Mayer Levi of
Rock Island. Refreshments were serv
ed at the small tables after the games
and during a pleasant social hoar,
Mrs. Joseph Goldsmith of Rock Island
will entertain the members in two
U. C. T. BANQUET.
TRI-CITY COUNCIL NO. 166. UNIT
ed Commercial Travelers, has complet
ed the final arrangements for its big
banquet and dance which will be held
on the evening of Saturday, Jan. 18,
at the New Harper. Over 100 of the
members and their wives will attend
The banquet will start at 6:30 o'clock,
following which there will be a dance.
A good musical program will be pro
vided for the occasion.
COAL DEALERS BANQUET.
. ABOUT 20 ROCK ISLAND RETAIL
coal dealers gathered around the fes
tive board last evening at the Hotel
Harms for a banquet and smoker.
Tbe dinner was excellently served and
was a success In every way. A social
smoker followed the banquet, at which
"yarns" were "swapped" and a gen
eral good time enjoyed.
COFFEE AND BAKERY SALE.
ONE OF THE MOST DELIGHTFUL
coffees of the season was given by the
ladies of Spencer Memorial Methodist
church yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Will Gauley, 630 For
tieth street In connection with the
coffee there was a bakery 6ale from
which was realised $11.15. Miss Pearl
Saville and Miss Grace Sarille enter
tained with piano and violin duets and
solos, and the ladies busied themselves
with their fancy work. A nice lunch
eon was served.
Lively Doings Saturday
Come and see the fun Special Prices and Special
Discounts promise to make the day
remembered. Will it pay to come
it and see.
one long to he
Yard wide fancy flannellettes
In a splendid assortment of
dark styles, heavy fleeced, 18c a
yard regularly, specially priced
at 14c, less 33'3
and a yard
An example in hand bags a lot
of $1-25 black leather hand bags
with gold or silver frames, we
have marked 98c; these are dis
counted 25 Saturday, 179. .
choice each L
Women's underwear in special
lots, separate garments and union
811k and chiffon waists, 1, 2
and S of kind, msaaatlns, taf
feta and fine chiffon, choloe
styles, regularly priced at $8.95,
60 from this
and yours for
A fine lot of children's sub
stantial school shoes at half
price gun metals, patents, kid
leathers, button or lace,
for children and up to sli 2,
Large 36-lnch hand embroidered
dining table covers, trimmed with
cluny lace, marked from $15 to
$10. As they are a little soiled,
take them Saturday ff
less 60. just pO.UU
47 pleoes, about 2,000 yards, of
Lonsdale muslin, (everybody
knows Lonsdale), 11c a yard Is
the usual price, for a 'day we
discount this 25, Oi
brings it a yard OJC
A lot of men's dress shirts at half
Negligee coat style wltfe eufta
attached, broken lota from oar
regular 75c grade, all sites In the
lot 60 discount
A special lot of 10 point Notting
ham lace curtains, fine assortment
of patterns, 50 inches wide by 3
yerds long, $1.50 a pair regularly,
discounted 33Vs, ff
now a pair .plUU
The snow la here, now for a
slad.' All coaster sleds and
sleighs for boya and girls,
bright, enamel palntad, tome
with steel runners, ttfCf
take your pick at lessOvl C
All of our man's $4.00 Korreot
shapa shoes, many stytas and
leathers, select any style from
this large assortment
25 discount and
now a pair
A quantity ot swing and namsook
embroidery insertions in different
widths picked from 18o and 35
embroideries and gnivped at 10c
a yard; 60 off,
and a yard............
At the ribbon counter you may
choose from a lot of plain blue
satin and pink and white fancy
ribbons, 3c to 5c values, all
marked 2c, at just one- 4
half price, a yard AC
Boys' and girls' heavy ribbed
black cotton school hose, the kind
that wear; regular lEo value mark
ed down to 12c; supply tho chil
dren for a day less
25 a pair
xl2 sizes of tapestry brussels
rugs in beautiful floral and Orien
tal patterns, a great value for
$12.50; for a day take 33V
from this price,
A whole table full of beautiful
decorated American ehlna choc
olate pota In a big variety of
floral designs and different
prices, what you
want, for a day leas
We mention a group of silk
taffeta, messelins, voile and
wool serge dresses, 1 ,or 2 of a
kind, good models, all $15.00
garments, that we will dis
count 50 Cf"
Saturday P .OU
Here are tennis flannels, choJo
est styles, heavy thick aan,
selling avery day for 10o a
yard; take what yu want Sat
urday lass 28, ij-.
and a yard... I
Various lines of men's
$1.00 shirts discounted.. ..33H
$2.00 shirts discounted...... 50
6O0 silk ties discounted 50
26c silk ties discounted... -25
One btg table full of men's and
boys' medium and better grade
sweater coats in various colore;
select your garment and pay hi of
Large size bottles of violet per
fumed ammonia, delightful for
toilet or bath and all house
hold purposes, 25o bottles spe
cially priced at 20c; f
'zi from this, a bottle ... IOC
Cotton has advanced but not here.
These packages of highest grade
absorbent cotton, that always sell
at 6c each, a big lot Sat
urday at 50 discount..
A number of children's fur sets,
Including French hare, brown
coney and Siberian squirrel;
sets that were selling at $5.00,
Whether you want an electric
lamp, or an oil lamp, or a gas
lamp, or any kind of a lamp
you may select Saturday from
our entire assort- QQi C
ment at less OaJj JO
Don't miss this. A staple line ot
women's allover ribbed, black
cashmere hose, our every day 25c
quality, yon can buy Saturday less
3SV4. just l
a pair lOC
A lot of 8c and 10c linen torchon
lace edgings with insertions to
match, we have marked close at
6c a yard. This price less 60
for a day, and o
choose a yard at jC
Here's a fine sanitary, German
finished, cotton blanket In gray,
tan or white with pink or blue
borders, sells regularly at 72c.
The speolal discount of 333
brings them to you A Q
at only, a pair xOC
ZION LADIES MEET.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
Zion Lutheran church was entertain
ed yesterday afternoon at the Home
of Mrs. S. E. Benson, 4406 Seventh ave
nue. Reports of the year's work were
receiv ed and routine martyrs were dis
posed of. Rev. N. J. Forsberg read
while the ladies busied themselves
with their sewing. The hostess 6erv-
ed lunch during the afternoon. Mrs. )
m. u. norg, 4dzi seventn avenue, win lag will be tbe next hostess
oe ue aosiess in jreDruary.
We have selected a lot of jewe'.cd
brooches to sell at 3Sc; there are
$1.00, 75c and'58c ones in the lot:
for a day you rcuy pick these
at hi of this low
Pick from these children's
warm melton, cheviot and cara
cul coats, colors and black;
coats, selling at $6.50, a fine
selection, less 60, CJO OC
yours Saturday for .j)J.D
220 pairs of women's shoes at
half price Included are vel
vets, patent leathers, suedes and
gun metal, each and every pair
a $4.00 value,
less 50, now .
For one day, Saturday, you may
select any trunk or bag from our
'entire stock and pay hi less than
the marked price; just OCc
for a day and all less.. -O JO
Handsome work baskets of fancy
straw, on stands, tufted satin lin
ing, reduced from $1.39 to $1."0.
offered at 60 of this low price
and they are yours
Another blanket snap Is this
fins cotton blanket in all colors,
with dainty pink or blue bor.
ders, our regular 9 80 value,
now discounted 33'., which
brings It down to
only a pair
B. B. Tyrrell, 1537 Eleventh street, Mo
line. The ladles passed the afternoon
with their fancy work and the host
ess served a lunch. Mrs. William Kill-
MISS OLGA HILDEBRANDT EN
tertained 21 young people last even
ing at a sleighing party. The meriy
; company rode all over thd city and
out in the country , stopping at 10:30
i at the home of Mrs. William Matthey
ton Thirtieth street, South Rock Is
j land, where a supper was served to
'them. Games were played and mua-
loal numbers were, given by Mrs. W.
Trone and there was a general good
SWASTIKA CLUB HA8 SESSION.
MRS. CATHERINE QUAYLE, AT
her home, 1939 Thirteenth avenue, en
! tertalned 11 members of the Swastika
CiUb Wednesday afternoon, when a
most enjoyable time was parsed. A
three-course luncheon folloae l a time
ot sociability, ?he table d3"cratioi3
consisting of pink carnations. Mrs.
Kaupka will be the hostess u two
LADIES SEW AT CHURCH.
THE LADIES OF THE GERMAN"
Lutheran church held a sewing meet
ing in the basement of the church yes
terday afternoon . and spent the time
suilting. A lunch was serveTl after
the work meeting. -
SWEDISH LUTHERAN LADIES.
MRS. C. E. JOHNSON, 931 FIF-tetnt-h
street entertained 50 members
I o' me iaaies Aia society 01 me r imi
! Swedish Lutheran church yesterday
afternoon at tbe business and social
meeting. Routine matters were the
only business transacted, the afternoon
being given over to a social time and
the serving of refreshments.
The Mary Jane club will entertain
at a private dancing party at Elks' hall
Wednesday evening, Jan. 22.
Tbe busiest and mightiest little weakness into strength, llstlessness
thing that ever was made Is Chamber- into energy, gloominess into joyous
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, ness. Their action Is so gentle one
1 hey do the work whenever you re- don't realize they have taken a pur
quire their aid. These tablets change gitive. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.)
Chamberlain's Cough Rsmedy Is a
very valuable medicine for throat and
lung troubles, quickly relieves and
TRI-CITY EMBROIDERY CLUB. cures painful breathing and a danger-
MEMBERS OF THE TRI-CITY EM- : oas founding cough 'which indicate
broidery club were aitertained yea-1 con g' sled lungs. Sold by all drug-U-rday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. 1 gists. (Adv.)
Sunlightcd, clean and sanitary
is the bakery .where Tip-Top
Bread is baked. It is clean
and sweet so is the bread
Join This Clean
II. KORN BAKING CO.
2103 Fifth Ave., Rock Island