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3TTE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913.
inp, recitations were given by a nam-1
ber of children. A pleasant feature j
of the afternoon was a surprise ci
Mrs. Henry Linder who leaves next
month for Taylor RHge to make her ,
home on a farm, and who has been a !
faithful worker in the society. The .
ladies took this occasion to present j
her with a handsome gold bar pin as j
a token of their esteem. The hostess
DAINTY GOWN OF
OLD ROSE TUSSOR
JLLCQ OPERATIVE STORE CO. A ii. ROCK ISIAND
! served lunch. Mrs. John Quinlan wi'
be the next hostess.
GRADUATE NURSES MEET.
THE GRADCALTE NTRSES OF.
Rock Island com ty held a meeting in j
the visiting nurse's room at the library j
building yesterday afternoon with 16 :
members present. Miss Vandolah read :
a paper written by Miss Julia Davis !
on the life of Florence Nightingale, :
Miss Turnlff read an article on the I
vagaries of a nurse and Mrs. Coryn !
read a paper on "What I Would Do If
I Was a Young Graduate," which was
flour, mixing part of it with one cup i followed by a discussion by the
raisins cut fine. Drop on tin and bake, nurses. The names and descriptions
after which sprinkle with sugar. The ! of new drugs was studied and Mrs.
Barnhart read extracts from a paper
on new things in surgery. The next
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Am a girl of
16. (1) What in the most fashion
able color? (2) Are tan shoea to be
worn this epring? (3; Plpase give
recipe for chocolate drops. (4) How
many territories are there? (5)
Please give aome odd names for boys
and (tlrls. (6) If a boy wave to a
girl. Is It proper to wave 'back? (7)
Would pale yellow be a nice color for
a girl's summer dress?
VIOLET AND LILLY.
(1) Cerlwe and magenta Just now; jralsina can be left out. If desired,
slso shades ef dark blue. (2) Yea.
(3) Chocolate Cre&me: Take the1 nr vr. Thnm nnn t av wA meeting will be In Moline March 20
white of an KS, add aa much water, i hair. Would vou advise m to dve : and wiU be held at the visiting nurse
add confectionery sugar until youj n as I do not like that color? j room in
THTTTY T1TMTTJ3S cnurcu.
If red hair is properly taken cars
of, it Is beautiful. It la also a fash
ionable color. Dyed or bleached hair
the First Congregational
bave a paste that can be rolled Into
balls. Put In any flavor desired. Melt
baker's chocolate in double boiler. Dip
In chocolate and lay on waxed paper
." () One Alaska. (5) Marcus, Se
bastian, Claude, Noel, Bernhard, for
boy a Esther, Constance, Pansy, Mer
cedes, Mehltable, Phllomena, for girls.
(6)Yes, If they know each other. (7)
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am going
with a young girl and bought her a
diamond If I don't want to marry
ber, can she make me marry her?
II you have la-any way promised to
marry her, the law will make you
keep your promise.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Please give
m. good recipe for ginger cookies;
don't care for them too sweet. M. M.
You will probably like these ginger
drop cookies: One cup sugar, two ta
bles poonfuls butter, mix well; one
beaten egg, one teaspoonful cinnamon.
is never bo pretty as bair or a natural
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Is it
proper for a gtrl who has been keep
ing steady company with a young man
MISS MARY E. LONG, DAUGHTER
of Mrs. Annie Long of 2317 Seventh
avenue, Moline, and William T.
Schearer of Keota, Iowa, were united
in marriage at 2:30 Wednesday after
noon at tne rectory of Trinity Epis
copal church. Rev. G. H. Sherwood
to accept slippers as a gift? (2) Is performing the ceremony. Fred Long,
,it proper for me to meet him, as he
I lives out of town and it makes it too
late for him to spend the evening at
the theatre or any place of amuse
ment? (3) I have to pass a young
man quite often. Lately he speaka
to me. Is It proper for me to answer
him? (4) Is it proper for a girl of
17 to go to dances with her older sis
(1) Yes. (3) Why not ask. him to
visit you at your home? You could
spend a pleasant evening that way,
even if he couldn't stay long. (3)
If he wants to know you; he should
get somebody to introduce him. If
you do not know who he Is. better
aaltspoon salt, one cup sour milk, one inot notice him. (4) Yes but I hope
teaspoonful soda; two cups graham 'they are not public dances, my dear.
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PAJtTY FOR SPRING BRIDES.
MIS3 1RMA KOHN. AT HER
home, 834 Twenty-third street, enter
tained at a Kensington party for Miss
Helen Kohn and Mies Lillian Mos-'
nfeider of Davenport, brides of this
spring, yesterday afternoon. The af
fair was very informal and delight
ful, the company of tri-clty ladle
spending the afternoon with their
fauoy work, a luncheon being served
late in the afternoon.
Miss Helen Kohn is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kohn
of Thirteenth, and Main streets,
Davenport, and her marriage to Davis
S. Ootlleb of Tiffin, Ohio, win
take place Monday evening, April 7,
at the Outing club. Rabbi A. L. Wein
tein officiating. Mrs. Joseph Strass
burger of Albia, Iowa, will be matron
of honor and Joseph Strassburger of
Albia will be the groom's best man.
the bride's brother, was the only wit
ness. Miss Long is a graduate nurse
of St. Anthony's hospital, a member
of the class of 1910. Mr. Schearer is
a registered pharmacist and proprietor
of a drug Etore, where after a short
wedding trip, the young couple will
go to make their home. The bride
wore her traveling suit of blue and
hat of the same shade.
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A gown ,f old rose tusser with bolt '
of pompadour ribbon. The skirt shows '
the broad panel pleat in back. The ;
THE NINTH ANNUAL BALL, OF
Progressive Railway lodge No. 695, I.
A. of M., will be held at Industrial
Home hall tomorrow night. Wrixon's
orchestra will furnish the music.
Eczema cpota. acne, pimples, blotch
es and all disnKurlug skiu affectum
are uulckly eradicated by Fotilaiu.
Itching slopped with fust applica
tion. Irritation Is subdued,
burning sain soothed and comfort
ed. Inflamed skin quickly cleared.
Its healing pros is rapid. Improve
ment Ix-LniE noted day by day until tie
e M ii leeumes normal color and eo mil
lion. All eczemas. barbtr and all '
t Members of the families will be the
only guests and the new home will
be In Tiffin.
The date of the marriage of Mieff
Mosenfelder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Eli Mosenfelder of Grand avenue and
Locust street, to Louis G. Rosentock
of Cleveland, Ohio, is set for March
31, at the Outing club. Miss Mosen?
felder will attended by her sister.
Miss Helen Mosenfelder, and Isadore
Loewedauf of Wabash, Ind., will
serve the groom as best man. The
new home will be at Cleveland after
PROGRAM AT KEMBLE SCHOOL.
AT KEMBLE SCHOOL THIS AF-
ternoou the pupils of the fifth and
sixth grades. Miss Ferry and Mrs.
Koch, teachers, entertained the reet
of the pupils of the building in room
5 with the following program:
Song, "America" SchooL
Flag Salute Fifth grade.
Recitation, "Bells of Mount Vernon."
Song, "Mount Vernon Bells" Fourth
and fifth grades.
Recitation, "One Grand Old Banner"
Song, "Our Flag" Fourth, grade
"Serving Our Country" Fifth grade
Reading, "Washington" Helen Sy
brant. Song, "Longfellow" Anna Marie
Van Duser, Lauretta O'Keefe.
"Old Glory" Fifth grade girls.
Flag Song Fifth grade girls.
"Our Presidents" Sixth grade boys.
"A Musical Debate," Washington or
Lincoln Sixth grade girls.
sale of tickets for the Majestic the
atre Tuesday reported that $65 was
the share given tcTthe society. Mana
ger Qulnn donated 1,000 tickets and
the members of the society sold a
great many of them and are much
gratified with, their success. The time
was passed with sewing and the host
ess served refreshments. Mrs. W. J.
Glertz, 1436 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street, will be the next hostess.
MR. AND MRS. S. GOTTLIEB EN-
tertained at a postnuptial reception
last evening at their residence, 635 j
Twenty-first street, in honor of their
daughter, Dorothy, who was recently j
married to J. Ka'z. The house was i
very attractive In its decorations of j of th eveaJng. A rag time concert
pink and white, which were the wed- j w111 De gien by Murphy's orohestra.
ding colors. At 11 o'clock lunch was ! The committee on arrangements is:
served, the table having pretty deco- j J- G. Hawk, chairman, G. Towneend,
rations, pink and white ribbons to Fred Wiese, W. H. Wilcox, J. A. Mc
which were attached the favors which Clelland, R. E. Crane and Frank Kehoe.
were small gold rings with silver j '
doves, extended from the center of
the table to each plate. The evening
was spent In games and dancing and
musical numbers were given by Misses
Bessie Silverman, Esther Finkelstein
and T. Ramsey. Mrs. Katz was given
a number of pretty gifts.
LOCAL MEMBERS TO
ATTEND COON BALL
A large delegation of local Odd Fel
lows will go to Moline this evening to !
attend the annual "Coon" masquerade i
which will be given by Moline lodge j
No. 1S3, Odd Fellows, at Eagles' hall. !
Indications are that it will be a gala !
event. A cake walk will be a feature I
BUSY BEE SOCIETY.
MRS. MAY .HALL, 4413 FIFTH j waist is cut low with a yoke of chif- B
avenue, was hostess to the members i Ion-
of the Busy Bee Sewing circle yes-1
terday afternoon with a large number I eveni ,s re &s three
of ladies present. The committee In course lunch
charge of the funds received from the
JOLLY 600 CLUB.
MRS. HENRY CLAUSSEN, 222
Railroad avenue, Moline, entertained
the members of the Jolly 600 club yes
terday afternoon. In the card games
the prizes were won by Mrs. Holt,
first; Mrs. A. Lage, second, and Mrs.
Henry Lage, consolation, and Mrs. G.
Wood, booby. A three-course lunch
eon was served and the ladies wi'J
meet next time with Mrs. Henke on
Fourth avenue, Moline.
WOODMEN OF WORLD DANCE.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD NO.
85 gave the fifth of their series of
dancing parties last evening at Elks'
hall, which was attended by 55 cou
ples. Bleuer's orchestra gave the mu
sical program. The next party will be
held March 26 at Elks' hall.
TO BANQUET FEB. 27
About 40 of the shop employes of
the Velie Motor company of Moline '
hr.ve arranged for a banquet which
will be given next Thursday night at
the Hotel Harms. A fine course din-
ner will be served. An enjoyable !
time is being anticipated by the em- i
MEMORIAL CHRISTIAN AID.
MRS. J. W. VAN ARSDALE, AT
her home, 614 Sixteenth street, enter
tained the members of the Ladies' Aid
society of the Memorial Christian
lorma of itch all eruptlonal surtacu HUMANE SOCIETY AUXILIARY.
troubles yield to 1'osiaui as to notluug
els THE LADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE
POSLAM SOAP, medicated with Pos-1 Rock Island County Humane society
LaJPj "niaL1l,d ifor,he.rk1?- "!was entertained yesterday afternoon
the safest and moht bpneficial soap for ; at th home of the president, Mrs. j church yesterday afternoon at the reg
illv u toilet and bath. Soothes I Belle Jones. 1001 Seventeenth avenue, udar sewing meeting. There were 40
a m -.-...rrj.t'o i. ' , ' Two 'new members were received into ladle
rents) and "pnslatn Soru (price 23 ' tuo society. Miss Abrahamson gave
rnt? For fr--o ramplea. write to ; a report of the committee that is or-
me r.mcrteary i.nnprciorie west o-onWin. hunH. rf norv in tho nnfcH.
; bcuools, Mrs. U. G. Vore gave a read-
present and passed the time
6ewing. the hostess serving a lunch
during the afternoon.
Do Honor to "The Father of Our Country"
Hensley Flower Store
Telephone West 1534.
4th Ave. and 20th St.
HOLD MISSION COFFEE.
THE LADIES OF THE FIRST
Swedish Lutheran church held a mis
sion coffee yesterday afternoon and ev
ening In the school house and collect
ed a good eum of money, which will be
divided equally between home and for
eign missions. At the afternoon ses
sion Karl Nelson, acting pastor of the
church, gave a short address and in
the evening Dr. C. A. Blomgren of Au
gustana seminary delivered an ad
dress. The affair was largely attend
ed both, afternoon and evening.
ALTAR SOCIETY MEETING.
A MEETING OF THE ALTAR So
ciety of Grace Lutheran church was
held last evening with Miss Helga
Granere, 1311 Thirty-eighth street.
Aside from the . routine business, no
important matters were taken up. A
very pleasant social hour was enjoyed
and the company was served with refreshments.
j SURPRISE MRS. SCHLEUTER.
MRS. ARTHUR SCHLEUTER WAS
surprised Wednesday evening by a
company of 25 friends who came, to
help her celebrate her 21st birthday.
i Th narTT wa vprv nleosanl nno
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jjjtgame3 and music contributing to theJI,
v irst s
Saturday will find us showing new Spring hats showing
the newest shapes and colors hot from the brains of the
most skilled milliners.
Miy KMP &y
THE SMALL HATS LEAD in fact, hardly a large model is shown this Spring. As for
colors, you must come and see these new Hats in the NEW BULGARIAN SHADINGS of
reds, blues and greens, and the other new 1913 colorings are charming, too. $2.50 to $8.
For conservative women to wear now, between seasons, we have made a special pur
chase of the latest designs in
BLACK PROXALINE BRAID HATS $2.50 to $8.00
More expensive Hats will arrive soon. Millinery, second Floor.
Women's New Suits
Show No Severity
A fact that shows just how radically the fash
Ions have changed this Spring. High cutaway Coats,
high waist lines, flowing sleeves and on even the
most conservtive suits a touch of trimming. As a
rule these conservative styles are the moderate
What Does Fashion Say
of Dress Goods?
For morning and afternoon frocjes and trim lit
tle tailored gowns and suits there are the eponge
cloths that are so fashionable. Plain colors are
$1.25 a yard.
Then, too, there are" the new bedford cords at
$1.25, $1.89 and $2.39 yard-
Many of the New Suits are Ready Finc New Wash Goods Just Arrived 29c
At $15 Cream Serges and navy and tan ones,
too; also diagonals in gray.
At $20 Many shades of tan and pretty cadet
diagonals; mannish serges in navy and black and
light stripe and dark grays.
At $25 Bedford cords in navy, black, cadet
and tans, and fancy mixtures.
At $27.50 Better suits in the newest mate
rials such as eponge and wool poplins. There are
fancy and plain tailored suits in the new shades.
Other suits at $30 and up.
New Wool Dresses at $7.50 and Up
We have Just unpacked such pretty new wool
dresses in black, navy, tans and grays, trimmed at
collar and cuffs with Persian and Bulgarian colors.
Epongee and bedford cord is proving very popular
for the better Spring dresses. You will find them
here at up to $22.50.
New Nifty Coats for Madam and Misses
Cutaways in many colors, full line stripeB, epon
gees and fancy mixtures.
For madame the prices start at $10.
For misses the prices start at $8.50.
1,000 yards of the new cotton voiles, in stripes
and plain and fancy colors. This new assortment
is the regular 35c per yard quality. An out-go price
has been placed on them of 29c a yard.
Lisle tissues. 30 inches wide, are also in. The
stripes and checks predominate. Sells at 19c
Satin stripe voiles in black and white, pink and
white and blue and white stripes priced at 25c a
yard. Other voiles at 15g a yard and up.
Handkerchiefs Coming in Steadily
You will find our stock of new handkerchiefs
growing steadily as day by day the new arrivals
come iu. Kor instance:
For women, Madeira and Dernese hand em
broidered handkerchiefs in new designs, at 25c, 50c
and 98c. And At and lace edge handkerchief's, at
?3.50 down to 50c.
And New Ribbons Are Coming in Daily
Already we bave sold yards and yards of our
beautiful imported velour ribbons at from $1 50
to $5 per yard.
New hairbow ribbons made of taffeta are also
going out fast at 25c to 98c a yard-
We are keeping up our ribbon stocks and show
ing the newest, novelties as they appear.
A Big Cut in Drugs for Saturday
Our "Cut Rate" Drug Store has grown in popularity with increasing rapidity, as the people of the
tri-cities became familiar with the fact that the prices here are always the lowest. We also hold weekly
drug sales offering values never before equaled In the tri-cities.
11.00 Swamp Koot, for chronic kid- 25c Belladrtina Porous Plasters, for
ney and bladder disorders.. 79c colds and rheumatism 15C
35c Shaving Brush, eet in rubber $100 Savoy Hair Strengthener and
how much of the happiness
of your home is due to the
groceries you buy?
A bad stomach will ruin
the best disposition and poor
quality food is the surest
way to ruin your stomach.
Use the finest food only and
be sure of making your home
happy. It is the kind of
groceries we sell that are
creating the happy homes
Call at our store tomorrow
and look over our stock or
phone a trial order. .
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Telephone West 1093 or 1808
$1.00 Savoy Blood Renovator, an
Ideal spring tonic 69c
$1.00 Paine's Celery
$1.00 Swift's Specific, a vegetable
compound for all diseases of
the blood 79c
$1.00 Syrup Pepsin for constipation
and stomach trouble 79c
25c Cold La io, for grip, colds, etc.,
quick relief guaranteed,
30 doses in a box 17c
good bristles 19c
5c Almond Hand Lotion, 20th
Century for chapped hands,
face, etc: J5c
15c Everclean tooth brush, four
rows of bristles, ,l
good quality gc
Laird's TurkiBh bath powders. Its
delicate perfume and pleasing after
effects make the bath a delight,
( half pound can 10c
Dandruff eradicator, keeps the scalp
in a healthy condition 69c
Sale of 40c Candy at 29c
The candy department offers a sale
of regular 40c per pound Saturday
matinee boxed candy for tomorrow
at only 29c
We carry Samoset, Ganserts rud
the Alpine brand chocolates.
VISIT IN DAVENPORT
Half a doien insurgent Woodmen
leaders from camps 26 and 29 of this
city visited with camp 27 of Daven
port at a emoker at Hibernian hall
in that city last night. The rate
question was discussed for an hour
and a half and It ended with a de
cision on the part of the camp to in
vite J. L. Sundeen, the Minneapolis in
surgent leader, to deliver a speech in
Davenport In the near future. It was
further decided to have a speaker on
behalf of the head office speak after ,
Sundeen's visit so that both sides of j
the question will be treated fairly.
There is to be a meeting of the I
Seott County Woodmen assembly next
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Danish Brotherhood ha'.l.
Information has reached
leaders here of the calling of a na
tional convention at Springfield for
May 15, at which time the rate ques
tion will be the subject matter.
Cleveland Ed McNamara, Ed Gal
lagher and James Kelley, auto ban
dits who killed Leroy Bouker, a po
liceman, here on Thanksgiving eve,
when he endeavored to Intercept them
following a burglary, pleaded guilty to
second degree murder and were sen
tenced to life imprisonment in the Co
All the news all the time The Argu3.
URIC ACID CAUSES IT-S.S.S. CURES IT
Every variety of Rheumatism i3 caused by an excess of uric acid In the
blood; the diCerent forms of the diseasedepending on whether this uric acid
settles in the nerves, muscles or joints. Ia Sciatica it is the nerves which
are attacked, the mnscular form shows the muscles to be the seat of trou
ble, while manifestations of articular Rheumatism are evidence that tho
joint3 are being diseased. To cure Rheumatism the uric acid must be re
moved from the blood; the circulation must be made pure. This cannot
be accomplished with external applications; such treatment may furnish
temporary relief from the pain, but it does not reach the producing cause.
j S. S. S. cures Rheumatism cf every variety and form because it puriGes tha
J blood. It goes down into the circulation, neutralizes the acids and (lis-,
j solves the irritatins deposits which are cressinsr on the sensitive nervt3
and tissues, and producing pain. Whether your case of Rheumatism be
insurgent arnte or rb ititi ir S K R ia f h matMn nn i A -
the same time build tip the entire system by its fine vegetable tonic effects.
Book on. Rheumatism and any medical advice free to ali who write.
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