THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 4, IIH3.
Ivar Mrs. Thompson: (1, My com- I
tilexion in not very nic". Some one !
told me to ago tlie ciam off the iniik.
Will that hp pood? 1 2) My .lose is I
red and sblnev. What an I do? t"i !
Is talcum powder good for the hair? ,
4) I am always kind of liashfiil :
when with young men. How tan I
overcome that? ANXIOl'S. I
( 1 1 Hut:' rtr.ilk 1 betu r. 1 2) Tiiht !
la'lr.K or a tji'ht collar will make the
nogo red. A had srornai h will also do i
ll, and make the complexion jioor. j
iigni shops arc dad f-ir thf cirrula
tion anil will r(hln t i i nose CoM
cream the .loae j5ntly. and apply pow
der to i' during the day.
- No. A pood cpi; shampoo is
thf ii'-st way to i lean tin- hair.
4i- lie pure that you look nice,
then forget all aho'j' yourself, arid
yon vi'l r.o loner - bashful with
anybody. It member that men are
not wi nd rfiil ii'dtiKH at all. and that
they are ':ut thitiUni; of yon a.iy more
than they i)o of other pirls.
Impromptu. Op. 36, (Chopin), Mrs. Young People's society of the German
T. B. Starbuck. I Evangelical church was held last even-
Voice, "I Arise From Dreams of jing in the church baseme.it. The rou-
Thee," (Huhm), Mias Esther Thulin.
The next meeting of the club in
two weeks will be at the borne oi
Mrs. Adolph Priester.
dyes or bleaches to be harmless.
I Dear Mrs. Thompson: We are boys
1 1.1 years old. Are we old enough to
meet girls on street corners after
dark? i2) One of us la deeply in
love with a girl of 13. Do you advise
; us to elope, as our parents will not
Kive their consent to our marriage?
:: i- Is it proper to wink at girls In
! school? (4 1 I have eeen a pretty
nirl with whom I would like to corre
spond. Please advise me. (5) Should
we smoke ci;arets? (6) Is it proper
to kiss a pirl pood night? (7) Should
wp atre.id public dances? (8 1 Should
a hoy whose height, is 5 ft. 3 in. wear
MUSIC DEPARTMENT PROGRAM.
THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF!
the Moline Woman's club w ill hold a
meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2:0" in
the studio of Miss Mary Lindsay Oliver i
in Moline. Mrs. William O'Xeil is
tine of business was transacted, fol
lowed by a social time and the serv
ing of refreshments.
SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. I
BOOSTER CAMP, M. W. A. AND ' A meeting of the Bethany Home Pro-
Van Galder camp. R X. A., will give a I tective bard as held last evening at j
dancing party this evening at Oddiltle Manufacturers hotel. Moline. and!
I matters pertaining to the business of :
The Ladies' auxiliarv to the Rock the nonie were transacted. Reports j
I . r. I I
chairman of the afternoon. a.id Nevins' ; Island County Humane society will !'"""' mhk apem u
life and his work will be studied and i hold a meetin TUursdav afternoon ' T T were rev. eide. Dunng the mon tti
the program will be- ' meeting inursaay aiternoon just two girls have been received at:
Papar "Ethelbert' Nevins and Oth- j h. hfomet f George Biehl, j the home, and one girl and two boys j
era of Hi DaV Mr, n v Huri-ow I1 4 Slsteenta avenue. Visitors m-, have bwn returned to their parents.!
T5 n-,s j a "Cnr.Ur,.,! n Moid , vv., "win. ui iuc unmaut: i irm wit at iur uuiur uun uu s auu
Inaugurate Their Febru
ary Sale Starting To
IVar Mr Thonmson- (1l I nn
a iW man r hi, fa-h-rs moving I FUL DUTCHMEN,
p'tlure snow. I o there several'
iiinhts a week. He sits down by m I Mi-Can t you find something more
and sp.aks to m. How tan 1 win his manly than that to do? Nice girls
love? He comes to my horn., to see don't tnct boys on street corners af
mp and took me to a show. I never j'r (lark.
wa intn.durr.,! to him. He asks me! (2) Uo you think you are able to
to o on: ridi.it; w ith him. Is it proper j support, her. Sonnie? There's some
for me io t-.i? iihing to inarriatre, yoit know, besides
I am IS and he onlv 17. I think his running off and getting married.
ter listen to what your parents say.
They have had experience and only
want what is best for you.
(3i I can't see much harm In a
boy s wink, if it's just in fun. But
perhaps it wonlda't be best to wink in
school. (4) Better not commit your-
I heard a
mother object to his going with a
girl on account of his age.
2'--f am a brunette and would like
to hae my l.a!r black or blonde.
Would it harm the skull?
(li The bov Is only a "kid." my
dear girl, and I should think you would iself on paper, my boy.
l.o above wantine to win "mmny love." 5t I hope you won't.
You can be a good influence for him, 'very w!p man say the other day. that
if you are not foolish, and nhow hls!of hundreds of men he employs, the
mother that hr bov is not being harm-Jones always sure to "fall down" on a
ed bv going with a nice girl. specially fine job are the cigaret smok-
If you want to fall In love, look for erB. You don't want to be that kind
a MAN. and give the boy a chance to of man do you?
pr,, p (7) Better go to a gymnasium and
,2, Your ha!r will be most becom- get some good out of the exercise. I
ing If you will leave if. thewolor the j never knew a boy or girl to get any
Ixird gave It. and keep It clean and real good out, of public dances. (SI
well brushed. I can.iot recommend Yes.
I i .
life "ttvsviv! L 1 If
ens Fair;" (b) "Egyptian Love Song"
Miss Naomi Johnson.
Voice (a), "Nightingale's Song;" (b)
"Du bist wie eine Blume" Miss Mar
Violin Mrs. Victor Frykman.
Piano, (a) "Love is a Straying and
Ever Since Maying;" (b " Twas a
Lover and His Lass" Miss Nordquist.
Voice, fat "My Desire;" (b) "Mighty
Lak a Rose;" c) "One Spring Morn
lug;" (d) "The Rosary" (by request)
Mrs. B. J. Lachner.
Piano, "Country Dance" (for two pi
anos) Misses Marjorie Head and All-bright.
Papers, "American "Prima Donnas"
Miss Del Stone.
THE SEVENS MEET.
THE SEVENS MET LAST EVEN
ing with Mrs. Fabian Lawson, 918
Nineteenth street, .Moline, with 10
members and one guest present. The
circle finished reading Klngsley's Hy
patla and had a review and discus
sion of the work. Characters In the
book were taken up and compared
w-ith characters in other books: Hy
patia and Pelgia; Philamon, Orests
and Cyril; Raphael and Miriam; the
purpose of the work which was wrlt
ten as a problem book and Its suc
cess were all discussed. A very der
llghtful social hour followed and
lunch was served. Mrs. C. H. Vin
cent, 2509 Sixth avenue, Moline, will
entertained the club in three weeks
and at this time Mark Twain's Inno
cence Abroad will be taken up for
RECITAL AT VILLA.
MRS. MARGARET ALLEN Ap
peared in recital in the artists' course
at the Villa de Chantal yesterday af
ternoon, giving a splendid reading of
Tennyson's Guinevere and The Statue
of the Happy Princess. The audience
that filled the Villa library was de
lighted with the reading. The next
entertainment will be March 26, when
Silvio Scionti, concert pianist, will
give the program.
Busy Bee Sewing circle will
j meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
D. W. Hathaway, 1718 Eighth avenue.
The Ladies' Aid society of Aiken
street chapel will meet tomorrow af
ternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. Thomas
Bollman, 586 Webb street, Rock Is
land. The Ladies' Aid society of the Me
morial Christian church will meet
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. W. J.
Coyne, 520 Thirtieth street.
SPEAKS BEFORE MO
LINE WOMAN'S CLUB
The following Is the report of the
finance committee, receipts, board,
donations, etc., during 1912:
Our clearance which just closed leaves us
some excellent lines yet to be disposed of.
Within the next 10 days our racks must be en
tirely rid of these garments.
Tag day, Moline SOir.50
Tag day. Rock l6land 727.14
Opera Ahaeeurus 449.6;
River excursion 207.35
Mrs. Mary Wadsworth 25.00 j
Mrs. W. H. Gest 5.00
King's Daughters' union 200.00 '
Miss Ada Stephens 200.00
G. D. Reynolds 5.00
Helpers' circle. King's Daugh
ters , 25.00
Sunday school class, Reynolds 1.00
Central Union operators of
Rock Island, Moline and
East Moline 31.75
S. S. Davis 200.00 !
Mrs. Sue D. Hauberg 200.00
Mrs. Minnie Stephens Allen . 50.00
Mrs. Mary Stephens Huntoon 100.00
Mrs. i-lise D. Marshall 200.00
T. B. Davis 200.00
Mrs. Katherine D. Butterworth 100.00
Miss Lucy Ainsworth 30.00
Mrs. Jeannette D. Chapman . . 100.00
Mrs. Frances R. Keller . . . 10.00
T. M. Sechler 50.00
East End Athletic club 50.00
Mrs. Bartholomew 5.00
Read these prices
and avail yourself ol tne op-
for coats worth
for coats worth
Tfor suits worth
Tfor suits worth
James O'Donnell Bennett.
And Many Are the Voices of Hock
Matron $ 450.00
Visiting agent 95.80
Contingent fund 130.00
Coal and wood 2S5.97
Light and gas 181.52
WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM.
THE Ml'SICAL PROGRAM FOR
the February meeting of the Moline
Woman club is in charge of Mrs.
T. H. Reidy of this city ana l an
nounced ns follow:
Piano -"Finale from Symphonic
Ktiide." (Schubert), Miss Mae Smith,
Shaki-.-p'-in: n Sone--: (at "Tell Me
Where 1 Fancv Bred." from the Mer
iliui' ! Venice, (N'evins't; ib
"Hark. Il..rk. the Lai k." from t'ytnba
Ine. i Sri: ub. 1 1 i . id '"Abo is Sl
via "" f" mi Two H'ti'lcmen of Vr
ln. Sciiiibci ! i - Mrs. Il'in Ma' they
Ct I:ie-Hi. t.
Til" pl"kr.iul i 1 be held Ht the
will render the program. The regis
trar will be at the church Saturday
at 1:30 o'clock to distribute tickets
and receive dues in order that mem
bers will have an opportunity to hear
all the program.
PATRICIA SCORES SUCCESS.
S OCIAL DRUG CLUB.
THE SOCIAL DRUG CLUB, FORM
ed recently, met at tht home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Riess Friday. The club 1 Kidney Pills for
is made up of twin-city druggists ami
their wives and the meetings are very
enjoyable ones. Games of 500 were
played, the prizes going to Mrs.
Charles Strafe and Charles White. Re
freshments were served following the
games. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rowe are
to entertain the club Valentine night.
Clothing for children
One lot of coats, worth up
to $12.50 QJ ft-
One rack of dresses, consist
ing of silk and cloths, values
up to $30.00 now 2 PRICE.
One lot of coats,
Silk and chiffon waists, val
ues up to $7.00,
An opportunity not to be overlooked. Nearlv ev
ery fur set, separate scarf and separate muff in
our house about one-half price.
Spring Suits, Drescs, Skirts and Waists are arriv
ing daily. Make your selections now.
207-209 WEST SECOND STREET.
Thirty thousand voices what a
grand chorus: And that's the num-
uer or American men and women I Telephones
who are publicly praising Doan's ! Medicine .
reliei from back- j Laundry
murder in connection with the shoot-
"7.80 ing of George F. Copeland of Cripple
61.90 j creek in the barroom of a local hotel.
36.00 j in the trial it was shown that Hen
10.30 j wood had intended to shoot L. von
11.05 puhl and not Copeland. Von Puhl
City of Rock Island 5.00
Mary L. Sudlow, Xmas aect. 110.00
j Excursion acet 214.85
SOUTH PARK YOUNG PEOPLE
A MEETING OF THE SOU"
Purk Young People's association was
COLUMBIA HALL WAS CROWDED ; held last evening at the church with
ito overflowing last evening when the a good number of members present.
Isodalitv of St. Marys church gave a .Following a Piano duet by Miss Grace
i ' , . ' Ioiig and Miss Cora Hermann ant! a
j drama. "IMtrida. in four acts The : po)o by Mjss ,eU,n nprmann
..i.,- 'a li or, 1, t,l i,!l .- nut nn ann each - . ..
, - - i acron.'iamed bv Miss Alice STwann. a
very pleasant social hour was enjoyed
ot.d light refreshments were served.
character was taken in a really pro
fessional way. Miss Florence Winter
and .Mrs T. B. Reidy gave vocal num
j ber which were greatly enjoyed. The
I cas of characters is:
ache, kidney and bladder ills. They j
I Rock Island Hardware.! o
home papers. Rock Island people j Express
are in i.iis iiiurus. iiere s a xtoca
Mrs. E. Weiss, S23 Fourth avenue.
Uock Island, Ll., says: Ail I say in
' 1'raise of Doan's Kidney Pills stiw
' holds good. 1 had been troubled by
I kidney disorders for some time.
There was an ucute pain across the
Miiall of my buck whicii made it hard
for me to bend or do any lifting. I
had headaches and dizzy spells. A
member of my family had been cur
ed of an attack of kidney complaint
by Doan's Kidney Pills so I decided
to try them. After the first few
doses 1 sot relief and soon I was free
from the trouble."
was a'.so shot.
Halance in treasury Jan. 1.
191J .". $1,672.91
Received during year 1912 . . . 6.41G.9''
' r( k t ;e!M I i ln.rcli and the i Patricia
t pea cr f the aftc! t'.nOil 'A ill be .l.llll"
O f roti.ie'l !'., ;ii t'. dnitna'ie td.'nr of
the .'..,-(, I( con! Her., :! An 1 nvi
t:ii (.ti I -l - be'-n e ten . d -.i all men
,f tie- - ii. :. be pi - :.l Mild hear
Mr. i'e ii n t T en "Siinkej.pe.ires
Tcv.n i'l our Tin. and His" At
t!ii. ii n ? i ii .11 members of the club
!, h ve p.i.d t!ieir dues will reeeive
tle:'- flr,l -U Ue's for the March llleet
li g i.t , '.i.rh i ii- the noted composer.
Calm mi. t' d by u sopr.ino art 'si.
a Christian maiden-
Tl resa T. Herlitzka.
x, ih i riety last ovonin at the rpu"ar mijt-
"('ee.h,,. a Roman maiden-Miss K. cf business of interest
,, ... ilo the membership were disposed of,
IlUible. ... ,, .
rita. a Romau maiden M iss I a s" lal nour ioiio iiig nen games
anil contests were enjoyeu anu reiresii-
AIKEN STREET Y. P. SOCIETY. For sale by all dealers. Price T.O
MILS. H. H. ROHB. 12"2 THIR-'fent8. Fcster-Milhnrn company,
tieth street, entertained the members Ruffalo. New York, sole agents for
ot the Aiken Street; Young People's so-'hf I'nited States.
itememoer tne name i)oan s
and take no other. (Advertisement).
Disbursements during year
Ilalauoe in bank Jan. 1, 1913.. 2.615.87
Licensed to Wed.
Henry Zahner Hartouville, 111.
Miss Margaret Arreiiholz
Fritz C. Freberg Rock Island
Mrs. Lillian B. Payson . . . Rock Island
Charles Welch Muscatine
Mrs. Pearl E. MacCormack. Davenport
Albert Naturck East Moline
Miss Lilla F. llongas ... East Moline
While it Is often impossible to pre
vent an accident. It is never Impos
sible to be prepared it Is not beyond
any one's purse. Invest 25 cents In
a bottle of Chamberlain's liniment and
you are prepared for sprains, bruises
and like injuries. Sold by all drug
A New Remedy for Indigestion
Gets Country Wide Endorsement
The new remedy for Indigestion call-1 word for It try It yourself on an ab
ed "Digestif has been found a cer-; Eolute guarantee, get a package and If
tain cmi- k relief and nermanent rem-i 'ou &et relUf ou can tot your
monpv hnrU fnr tho nclrinc rt-
f . i. i t ' w ' ' 11
eu iui smnitci Uu,un. nei Digestit Is a little tablet
from thousands who had suffered the lew and
easy to swal-
absolutely harmless. It dt-
Total $3,089.93 tortures of indigestion and got relief ' gests all the food, prevents fermerua-
! from the use of Digestit are evidence j tion, stops gas formation, prevents
Denver The state supreme court ; of its merit. The enormous Increase stomach distress after eating, aids as
granted anew trial to Harold F. He.n-; in demand from every part of the ' simllatlon, and relieves indigestion la
wood, convicted in the district court j country is proof of its popularity. But : stantly. Harper House pharmacy,
more than a year ago on a charve of you do not have to take anybody's! (Advertisement.)
Things Do Not
H it !r the result of the imel
and br.i r.
Put beily and brain cannot o
their bi ! m crk unless nourish
ed i ml bu It up on the right
k.i.d ut food.
Is a well balanced food made of
wheat nd barley and ccntaiu?
the -.tal fiod element it (, rir.
iur eay digestion.
It meett Nature's ri:iir
for building strong bodies ami
When three are h nl'ii . a per
son Is equipped to 'do th:ut"."
"There's a Reason"
Aiiuusta. Empress of Rome
! Cornelia. Auguress of Rome
': L Lei eh
j lt In s in waiting -Misses Van Hoer
! bi eck and E E. Breder.
Dancing irls Misses F. Winter, C.
IV.tkhart. M. Van Hoe, J. Lerch, B.
Oloor and E. Burkhart.
Flavin Miss G. Zeramer.
lrma Miss M. Breder.
Numidia Van Hoerbeck.
Euu.'iiia -"liss R. Baltzer.
Afra -Miss K. Baltzer.
,' Ltdia -Miss A. Wick.
Mehttia. a blind dancing girl Miss
Mvna. her sister-Miss M. Wick.
Angels - Misses B. Thonn and
Miss O. ; nients were served.
ST. ELIZAEETH'S GUILD.
ST. ELIZABETH'S GUILD OF i
Trinity churh met at the parish house j
last evening and sewed for the sale
that is to be h( Id in June. Routine mat-,
ters came up for discussion before the
I YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY.
THE REGUIAR MEETING OF THE 1
NOSE STOPPED UP
MUSIC STUDENTS CLUB. J
A MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAM ;
w.is eiven at the meeting of the Music
Students yesterday afternoon at the
ho-ne of Mrs August Steffens at Over
Mew, We Sixth street, Davenport.
Several guests were present. In
addition to a large number of the
members. Following the program the
is the program:
Piano. "Melusiua at the Fountain."
(Wumvoram Bradely). Mrs. E. M
Voice. "For You Alone," (Geehl)
Mrs A. P. Griggs.
Piano. "The Minstrel (Debussy)
Miss Elsa Simon.
Voice. "Sunset, Park Memory.'
I Niediinger i. Mrs. . B. Curtis.
Vio in. "licmance,"
Mrs. D. J. H;cey
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No matter how miserable von arn
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r- , . j , t.-
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Piano. Etude Op. ZT. No. 1. and nor disgust your friends with your hawk-j
Etude tp No. (Ctiop'ni. Miss ing, spitting and foul breath. Get a!
Noiaveiiu St i k. fity cent bottle of Ely's Cream Balm ;
Voi.e. "Heimli. he AuffG'-derirg ' from your drjggist, and start treatment ' S
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Piauo, i i dude op. JS, No. 5, and 4 H. O. Rolfs, agent (Advertisement), i
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G CLOSING OUT 5AILE
OF THE ENTIRE KNOSTMAN-PETERSEN FURNITURE CO.'S FACTORY STOCK
7- .-..Si. ... ,
Prices Have Been Re
duced from 25'i to
50o during this sale.
You can't afford to
miss this sale at fac
tory prices on
Kitchei Tab.es, etc.
are offering you the opportunity to save money on
every dollar's worth of home furnishings you buy. Big cut prices throughout our
entire stock in connection with the closing out sale of the Xnostman Petersen Fur-
nllnre . Mock. !iux Carpet, Linoleums Nlote, Kauires, tU at unrnatchuMr rUcs -lew here. 1 he tinip and
tBe i!ar to huj home outtittloss of any det-rriiitloiu
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