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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1913.
Dear Mr. Thompson: I am a boy
of 14. Hare been going with a girl
two year older than myself. U) Is
It right for me to Hope because my
father scolded me for staying out till
12 o'clock with her? 2 He objects
to my going with her. Can you tell
me why? (3) Is It wrong for me to
kiss her goodnight? I dearly love her
and have been going with her for one
year. I don't feel like giving her up.
Iaddie, you're Just a "kid" and you
don't know what love r i mean man-and-woman
love any more than a
baby dof-H. And believe me when I
nay that the girl who Is willing to put 'company? Sometimes a girl shows her
up with a boy of 14 Is mighty hard up affections too much and a man gets
for a man. She Isn't worth wasting tired of it. If you feel thatyou have
your affection on her. Keep your heart : done nothing wrong, wait until you see
til It Is a man's size and can tell a j him and then ask him, very prettily,
real woman. what has happened to sever your
(1) You will be better off If vrm will 'friendship. Tell him if it is your fault
trial? (I) How can I forget him?
(6) Does he care for me? (7) Is
twice a week too often to go to dances?
(1) He may have a good explana
tion. Better wait and see what be has
to say. (2) They are very good trades.
(3) Are you sure your have done
nothing to offend him? Have you al
ways been modest and ladylike in his
stay home nights and improve your
self so that you will be worthy of a
good woman when you are old enough.
Everybody will laugh at you If you
(2) Your father knows a great deal
more than you do and you would be
wise to trust him.
3) This question Is answered In
the beginning of my talk to yon.
Pear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am dead
In love with a nice young fellow. He
didn't come to see me last Sunday and
hasn't rorae since. What do you think
turned htm? I am a well known and
respected girl among my friends. I
am 18; my friend In 24.
(2) I am a hairdresser and dress
maker. Do you think these are good
trades or did I waste my time learning
(Z) Shall I call up my friend and
ask him why be acted in such a man
tier? (4) Shall I give him another
you would like to know so you can
(4) Yes, if he wants It and you
know he Is a respectable young man.
(5) Read advice to "Ruth."
(6) I don't know. (7) Yes.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl of
13 and deeply in love with a young
man about 17. He says he loves me
and also loves pretty girls, while I am
not considered pretty. My mother ob
jects to him calling me on the phone
and does not allow me to go oat with
him. Being obedient, I avoid him aa
much as possible. Is there anything
wrong about receiving phone calls
from him? DESPONDENT.
Dear little girl, your mother Knows
best. You don't knw what love is
yet, and the boy Is only a "kid" who
doesn't know his own mind. Three or
four years from now you'll wonder how
you were ever so foolish as to think
you were in love with him.
K RAM BECK-O'NEILL.
THE MARRIAGE OK MRS. ANNA
Clara Borell O'Neill of this city aud
Walter A. Krambeck of Davenport,
took place Thursday afternoon at the
parsonage of the Presbyterian church
in Muscatine, Rev. T. B. Randall, the
j'UHtor. officiating. They were at end
ed by Frank Krambeck. a brother of
the groom and Mrs. Nettle Kaudell.
Mr. and Mrs. Krambeck had taken
none of thfir friends into their confi
dence ami the announcement of their
wedding will come as a surprise.
BEN FRANKLIN CLUB.
THE SECOND ANNl'AL. BANQl'ET
of the lien Franklin club was held Sat
urday evening at, the Hotel Davenport
and proved a very delightful event for
the 23 mem hers present. A feature or !
the evening was the excellent menu
served by the hotel management.
Henry Kramer of Rock Island, presi
dent of the club, officiated as toast
master. Round tuble talks were given
by thou present. Secretary Norwood
was to have given the main address,
tiiit wan unable to be present by rca
hmi of his departure from the city.
I this meeting or send it to Miss Spohr
' in care of the Moliue public hospital.
The program of the afternoon will
consist of papers by various nurses.
FOR MISS ROEHR.
MRS. HENRY ROEHR, AT HER I
home, 2900 Fourteenth avenue, was
the hostess Saturday at a shower in
honor of Miss Mary Roehr, a bride of
this mon'h. The home was pretty in
its decorations and in the center of
the dining room was hung a big bas
ket from which the bride-elect drew
many pretty and UBeful gifts. The
hostess served a nice luncheon.
GRADUATE NURSES TO MEET.
THE OKADUATE NURSES Asso
ciation of Rock Island ' county will
Isold the firs' meeting of the new year
Thursday afternoon, Jan. 16 at 3
o'clock at the First Congregational
htircli, Moliue, in the visiting nurse's
room. The president asks that all i o'c'.ock.
nurses who have money collected from
he sale of calendars will take it to
THE O. E. S. SEWING CIRCLE
I will meet tomorrow afternoon in the
parlors of 'he Masonic temple with
Mrs. Marshall as hostess. The mem
bers are especially asked to attend
as this is the annual meeting of the
The Fortnightly Reading circle will
meet with Mrs. Gran' Hultberg, 4207
Eighth avenue, tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. J. Hasselqulst will be the reader
aud the book is "Queed," by Harri
son. The Reynolds Dancing club will give
a dancing party at Reynolds Friday
evening, Jan. 17. Wrixon's orchestra
will give the dance program.
The Villa guild will give its Janu
ary coffee a' the home of Mrs. John
P. Dolly, 1119 Twentieth street, Wed
nesday afternoon, Jan. 15, from 3 to 6
No half-hearted "stab" at any
thing is likely to succeed.
Having the "nerve" to do a
thing Is based on sound phys
iology. "Nerve" Includes clear Intel
ligent, concentrated thinking,
But brain and nerves must
b properly fed nourished or
the "courage to win" Is likely to
Is predigested, pure food made
of wheat and barley and con
tains the necessary elements
naturs requires for building
brsln and nerve cells.
Try a dish of Grape-Nuts reg
ularly for breakfast.
"There's a Reason'
17 DEGREES BELOW
j HERE YESTERDAY
The coldest weather that has visited
' thij vicinity thus far this year was ex-'
I perienced yesterday. The thermome
itr at the local weather bureau regi6
i tered 7 degrees below zero at 9 o'clock j
Sunday morning and according to the
i weather man it is going to be colder
Jtc night. It was not cold enough yes
j terday. however, to freeze the river
clear across although many persons
: were under the impression that it had
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1 except Victor machines and records. As is well known the Victor
the dealer to deviate from their
in our big stock goes at this re-
company's contract will not allow
fixed prices. But everything else
duced price as follows:
Sheet frlissic, ftlkisic Books, Violins, Mandolins, Guitars, Accord
eons, fviusic Stands and Cases, Music Bags, Music Rolls, Metro
nomes, Harmonicas, Violin Bows and Cases, Strings, and all
kinds of instrument trimmings and musical small goods.
Pianos Sold as. Low as $5.00 Per Month
If you delayed getting a piano, organ, player-piano or any of the above mentioned articles during the holidays avail yourself
of this opportunity and make a big saving, just figure 20 off the regular marked prices. Our Idea is to reduce stock,
makes it easy to invoice and clears up stock. Call at once while we have an assortment.
OPPOSITE ILLINOIS THEATRE
Rock Island, 111.
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Postum Cereal Co.. Ltd,
Battls Creek. Mich.
OLD SOUTHLAND SEXTET
AT BROADWAY TOMORROW
Much interest is being manifested in
; the coining of the Old Southland Sex
j tot Concert, company which is to sing
;at Broadway Presbyterian church
' Tuesday evening. The company la one
I of the oldest organizations of the sort
on the road, and is t laimed to be one
of the be st. As it is the first genuine
jubilee company that, has appeared In
l the city in a long time. It ought to
draw a generous patronage from
among those who love the old songs.
1 Olio man said. In spt aking of the con
'cert: "I would go a long way and stay
!a long time to hear the colored folks
jsing their ow n kind of songs."
I The company is in the three cities
! for the firt half of the w eek. singing
iat the First M El church in Moline to
' night, at Brrsdway church tomorrow
jEiht. and AYtdne-sday night at St.
'John's M. E. church in Davenport.
Kansas City, Kan. After living
i nrarly a w et k witi a broken neck,
jMrs. Ella Maynes. aged 47, died here.
I She received the injury w hen she fell
joa a slippery sidewalk Jan. 6.
At a meeting of the board of direc
tors of. the Associated Charities, held
this morning, General Superintendent
Wirt Taylor submitted his report as
New cases, 18; old cases, 6; from
last year, 3.
Social state Married couples, 12;
widows, 6; deserted wives. 1; single
men (transient), S; single men (resi
dent), 3; total persons in families, 62.
Nativity American (white), 22;
American (colored), 1; Swedish, 2;
German, 1; Irish, 1.
Applications made by individuals.
2; applicant's own initiative, 25. j
Reported to poormas'.er, 1; other!
societies, 1. j
Employment Employment that :
should be permanent, 8; relief work, 1. 1
Material relief procured from j
churches. J; postmaster. 1. j
Transportation furnished, 1. i
Relief given Groceries, 12; fuel, 4;
clothing, 1; lodging and meals, 4;
household goods, 1; medical aid, 1:
Cause of Disability Acute illness, j
15; intemperance, 9; old age, 4; tuber-j
culosis, 1; insanity, 1; idleness or
shifuessnss, 3; incompetence, 1; in
sufficient earnings, 7; unemployment,
16: bad housing. 1; robbery, 1.
The treasurer reported a balance of
$67.43 in the treasury" at the end of
The Association house report for
December is: Young girls cared for,
1; families assisted, 18; men assisted,
2; women assisted, 1.
Employment Temporary employ
ment secured for, 8; permanent em
ployment secured for, 4.
Finance Received for sale of cloth
ing, furniture, etc., $7.80; turned over
to treasurer, W. S. Parks. $7.80.
Number of pieces of clothing given
out, 70; basket dinners given out
Dona'ions Edgewood Baptist
church. Thanksgiving offering, $3.09;
a friend, for special relief, $10.00; I.
H. N. circle. King's Daughters, mat
ron's salary, $10.00; South Park
church. Thanksgiving offering, $5.59;
clothing, Mrs. Nellie Krell, Mrs. K. T.
Anderson, Mrs. C. E. Nelson, Mrs. M.
J. W. Mathews (heirs), a friend, Mrs.
' (Twip( MUX
There is satisfaction in knowing that what
you eat is clean and pure.
TIP -TOP BREAD IS CLEAN
C. A. Schoessel, Mrs. J. C. Davenport,
Mrs. Robert Wagner, Mrs. J. P. Com-
egys. Mrs. F. C. Prick. J. E.
a friend, Mrs. J. W. Parker,
F. Munger, Mrs. W. H. Munger, Mrs.!
A. J. Bullock, Mrs. ('. C. Carter. Mrs. I
H. Chalk, Mrs. Crandall, Mrs. Miller, I
Mrs. M. Harder, Mrs. E. M. Starr, Mrs. j
J. C. Stanton, Mrs. H. Ehrhorn, Mrs. j
D. Montgomery, Mrs. B. H. Wilson, j
Mrs. E. D. Sweeney, Mrs. R. B. Curry, i
Mrs. C. O. Woodruff, Mrs. J. M.
Welch; Mrs. W. J. Sanders, furni'ure;
Mrs. H. Crawford, magazines and
toys; Mrs. Peter Fries, fruit and Jel
ley; Vashti Shrine, No. 23, V. J. J., j
sandwiches; Miss Clara B. Hampton. !
books and magazines, Mrs. Day, buna
and coffee; Mrs. I. H. Houghton, mag
azines; Mrs. W. E. Owens, furniture;
Hickey, ! Broadway Presbyterian church, pro
Mrs. J. visions; Trio 1-rodge, No. 57. A. F. &
A. M., bread; Miss Bertha Jonassen,
shoes; Mill Store, Christmas basket;
Miss Myrtle Puhl, s'enogruphical
Glad U know you have used it. Tell
your friends hew it stopped your falling
hair and greatly promoted Its growth.
Ask Your Doctor. i,wrf i
It is made in a sanitary sunlighted factory
of the best and purest ingredients.
Join the Clean Bread Crusade.
H. KORN BAKING CO.
ih Ave., Rock Island
I Our $35 Ladies'
a are built to please as well as to wear. This is a
8 tion which every good dresser should insist upon.
8 and let us show you our spring hne.
1 Numsen Ladies
Come in !
Suite 51 McManus Building.
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