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THE ROCK ISLA3ST) ARGUS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1913.
)Mr"sAlic Gttchdl Kirk
tint until one-fourth has been used.
Increase tb amount, stirring steadily
and rapidly, now alternate -with the
lemon Juice or vinegar until all the
oil has been used and the desired tart
ness reached. By careful working j Tuesday to spend a few
mors oil may be added. Season and friends.
put sway In a tightly core red Jar In a I Mrs. Sophia Galloway died at the
at whose home he spent a year while
working his way through Northwest
ern university. Patriotic music was
used throughout the service which was
closed with the singing of America by
the .choir and congregation.
Mrs. C. E. Hickock of Joy returned
home Tuesday after- a short visit at
toe home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. IX Sullivan went to Galeeburg
Wednesday to visit her daughter. Miss
Miss Evalyn Kramm went to Galva
BIG FAN ARRIVES;
CLASS IS WAITING
The large fan which Is to be used
in the forge room of the Manual Arts
building, arrived this morning and
work will be started at once making
the connections so that the 12 stu
dents who have enrolled In the classes
Trtnv Wfirk na cnnn aa nnaalKU
place. When reedy to use. this .home of her son. U E. Galloway. Sun. . ThftPM arp doubl. fQrM -nH .
may be thinned with a lltUe whipped j day. Feb. 15. aged 72 years, 11 months ; vI,e whlle TOQm naa bn prwpar,d for
cream or the beaten whits of an egg. and 4 davs. Funeral services were held ; icstaiiiEg a similar number when
held a school of Instruction for the
Eastern Star lodge Wednesday, and
Thursday instructed the Eastern Star
lodge of Aledo.
Select nice salmon steak at least
two inches thick. Tie or wrap In a
piece of cheesecloth. Half fill a ket
tie with boiling water to whloh yon
have aided a, sUoe of onion, a bay leaf,
a blade of mace, four teaspooafuls tar
ragon vinegar or lemon Juice and a
teaspoonfal of salt. Be sure that the
salmon is covered with the water.
Simmer 20 minutes. Lift carefully and
lay on a bed of crisp lettuce leave
and surround with peas. Heap may
onnaise around the peas In an attra
tlve manner or change to tartar sauce
by the addition of chopped olives,
gherkins, persly and capers. Very
nice as a luncheon or supper dish.
Scoop oat the center of medium sla
ed tomatoes and fill with sCoes of
olives, chopped ham and pimentos,
canned sweet peppers. Make a aour
lemon Jelly, pour Into a dish enough to
cover the bottom and plaoe on Ice till
perfectly set. Wnen ready to serve
pass green mayonnaise. These are
very attractive molded In individual
molds and turned omt on a bed of cress.
Yolks of two eggs, one-half ptnt of
olive oil. one-halt teaspoonfal of salt,
one-fourth teaspoonfal of paprika, dash
of cayenne, vinegar or lemon Juloe as
needed. Have everything to be need
in making the greasing perfectly cold,
putting tato the refrigerator some
time before needed. Put the yolks in
the bowl or mayonnaise mixer, which
la more preferable, beat until well
Many prefer the addition of the yolks , at the home of I E. Galloway Tuesday
of one or two hard-boiled eggs. afternoon, Feb. 18, at 2 o'clock, con-
berkibike SALAD with ixdia ducted by Rev. J. B. Bartle. Inter
drjlsslnc ! ment was in Aledo cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kellogg and two
children returned to their home In
Materials: Tomatoes, asparagus tips,
green and red peppers. Indian dress
ing: Yolks of two hard-boiled eggs;
one-fourth teaspoonful paprika; three
fourths teaspoonful salt; one table-
spoonful lemon Juice; two tablespoon-
Peoria Tuesday after spending two
weeks with relatives.
Mrs. I Detwiler and Mrs. J. W. Mc
Roberts were Rock Island visitors
mixed. Then add the oil a drop at a and garnish with tomato Jelly cubes.
fuls tarragon vinegar; one-half cup i "eauay.
olive or peanut oil; white pepper and j Mr&- C R. Nichols of Galva returned
cayenne, red and green peppers, and j home Monday after a short visit with
beets, each one tablespoonful. finely
chopped parsley one teaspoonful.
Directions: Peel the tomatoes, re
move the centers and Insert the as
paragus tips, cut to fit. Put over the
tips a ring of the oooked beet, then
one of green peppers and last ona of
sweet red pepper or pimento. Set on
lettuce hearts and serve with Indian
Uaka a French dressing with the
hard-boiled yolks pressed through a
sieve; all the paprika, salt, pepper,
cayenne and gradually the oil and
add. When thoroughly blended add
the given amounts of green and red
peppers or plmentoes and parsley.
Select nioe white celery and oat
with scissors into tnch lengths snffl
dent to make one ptnt. Into three
fonrtha of a cup of mayonnaise dress
ing which has been made with lem
on jiaoe stir the well beaten white
of an egg. Pare one tart apples, rub
with a piece of lemon, and grata Into
the mayonnaise mixture. Arrange the
celery in lettaos nps or crisp leaves
Rev. J. B. Pollock of Aledo and Rev.
G. Plnkerton of Sunbeam went to Han
over Monday to be present at the in
stallation of Rev. Mr. Elder as pastor
of the United Presbyterian church of
that city which took place Tuesday.
Mrs. J. W. Swanson returned to-her
home in Kelthsburg Saturday after a
few days' visit at the home of August
Mrs. Bert Curry of New Boston spent
Ti.t'Hrtay Ihto with her mother. Mi's,
i'. Cub bage.
nidi's liernice Robinson and Zora
St-ol of Joy were Aledo visitors Sat
urday. M rs. lialph Thode spent Sunday in
Joy with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr3. O. O. Lunblad went to ,New
Windsor Tuesday to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John CarlHon.
Mi us Edna Stallings went to Keiths
burg to spend Sunday with friend.
Mr. and Mrs. Georne Gillespie and
Mrs. Robert McDonald upent Monday
Prentiss parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Miss Edna Desch of New Boston was !of the room.
an Aledo visitor Saturday.
An Impressive memorial service was
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mld-
The funeral of Mrs. Randolph
Sheats, whose beautiful life was
brought to a close on Friday evening.
Feb. 14, was held at the Methodist
church Monday afternoon. The ser
vices were conducted by her pastor.
Rev. J. B. Bartle, assisted by Dr. F.
C. English. Music was furnished by a
Quartet composed of Mrs. John God
dard, Mlas Jessie Stein, Will Nesbitt
and David Berg, with Miss Jessie Ev
ans at the piano, and a solo by Thomas
Kenny. Rev. Mr. Bartle read many
appropriate portions of scripture and
spoke from the text found in First
Corinthians, 15-64, and read a beauti
ful tribute to the life and character of
this noble Christian woman. The Wo
men's new movement bible class of
which ehe was a member attended In
a body. The large congregation and
the profusion of flowers spoke of the
love and respect of her many friends.
The burial was made In the MUlers
The ladles of the Columbian club
are very much pleased with the result
of their food sale held at the rest
rooms Saturday. Almost $50 -was add
ed to the re at room fund which will be
needed in the future. The fan, which
will be used to drw the smoke from
the forges into the chimney, was so
large thaj it had to be taken apart on
the wagon .'n order to get it into the
ORATORICAL CONTEST IN
MOLINE OCCURS TONIGHT
The Big Eight oratorical contest In
which Lamed Eklund of this city is
a contestant, is to occur in Moline this
evening. Seven of the eight high
schools which make up the conference
will be represented. The Rock Island
entry's subject is "The Value of a
Field School Leads.
The pupils of Eugene Field school
lead in the amount of their savings for
the week. The State bank made the
weekly collections today as follows:
Eugene Field 39.20
Horace Mann 17.80
Total I. $206.24
Mrs. D. J. Curran returned to her
home 1n Macomb Wednesday after
nnndlnc a fAw Havo p t hnmo rvf
evenl1 TheMtorRelrB SUDdfy Henderson Love and Orr Calhoun,
gav? JddTon Tim ! TMra- Se,ma Jbf8 "Ml M8 Vefta
Our National Heroes," taking for his Moore went to Galesburg Wednesday
text "Honor to Whom Honor Is Due" , t0 V18lt thelr Mother. Frank Moore,
and spoke of the lives of Washington, j Ms Ieah Maher went to New Wind
"The Father of His Country"; Lin- : sor Monday to spend the day with her
coin, "The Saviour of His Country," ' aunt, Mrs. jMarie Brooks,
and Mlas Frances E. WiUard, "The I Mrs. Mayes of Joy spent Monday
Uncrowned Queen of America." Mr. j with her daughter, Mrs. I. A. Hebel.
Bartle told of his visit to Mt. Vernon Miss Fiorenoe McCreight of Ash
on the 14th of December a year ago laEd Neb f ,9 vi3;ting relatives in Ale
and of witnessing the ceremony per- j do and Sunbeam
formed at Washington's tomb by rep-, Mr and Mrs j Andress of Moline
,rreuu,u" l" i rt? ."li .nt Sunday with Mrs. Andress'
lodges of which Washington was a ent8 Mr anJ Mrs M D:lnford.
member at the time of his death, which ; Audr038 returned home Monday
itx;urrtru uet. iv J i sj. r.er year
j for more than one hundred years these
i lodges have commemorated his death
I by sending wreaths which they have
: p!aced with impressive ceremonies on
! the caskets of George and Martha
, Washington. He nir.di' a very interest
I ing talk on tbo life and work of Lin-
Judgment for Hampton.
Judge B. S. Bell in the county court
yesterday entered Judgment for $310.64
against J. C. Bisant and J. C. Skinner,
bondsmen for W. R. Carey, former
supervisor from Hampton township,
who was found short in his accounts
with that town's funds. Four other j
cases involving the supervisor's bonds-1
men were disposed of earlier in the i
day and In all they will make up the!
shortage of $1,000 which was found to j
Criminal action against Carey in
which he is char?S?d with embezzle-,
ment, is still pending.
Of Rivers-Brown fight received at
Clifford's buffet. Private wire. (Adv.)
Chili con carne Saturday night at
Delsenroth's place, 1501 Fourth ave
remained for a
Inflammatory Rheumatism Quickly
Morton L. Itfi of Lebanon, lndn
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism In every muscle and Joint;
her suffering was terrible and her body
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition ; had been in bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians, but
Miss Elsie Geompler returned to her received uo benefit until she tried Dr.
with Mr. and Mrs. K. Saunders in j coin, dwelling especially on his deep
Viola. religious nature and thorough ac-
Mrs. D. S. Prentiss and little son, I quaintance with the bible. He paid a
Stanton, returned to New Boston Sat-j very loving and eloquent tribute to
urday after a week's visit with Mrs. j the memory of Miss Frances Wi'.lard
home in Oquawka after a short visit
with her brother and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Geompler.
.Mrs. T. Winders and little son went
to Viola Wednesday to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. IL H. Sidwell.
Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism. It
pave immediate relief acd she was able
to walk in three days. I am sure it
Kcved her life." S.id by Otto Grotjac.
K01 Second avenue. Rock Island, and
M.ust. Scnlegfcl & Son. 220 Secont
jr I I A I I o'H
We arc selling lines of School Shoes that have been
tested and are known to have special merit.
The best of leathers the best of shoe making the
best of shoe shaping and the best of shoe valnes go into
our tchool shoes.
Oar shoes have proven their worth and need no boosting
in families where they've been tested.
Bey a pair and congratulate yourself that yon read this
ad. We fit our shoei scientifically.
1 807 Second Ave., Rock Island
The death of William Murray Prouty 4treet, Davenport (Advertisement.)
occurred at his home near New Boston . ... ..
Mcndny morning, Feb. 10, following an i
attack or paralysis. Mr. i'routy was ;
horn in a loe- oa.bin a short distance I
ki. . i, f. . i ... i i
nuui Uib iitrrcui ucauuiui wuuujr j rJ
nome, on Lec. lo, 1841. He was mar- btt
ried to .Miss Nancv McCormick on Nov. ' Pi'K
PPgg.'ii.-MfWt)'!" " J .U.'UUIHJ 1 . Will
19, 1S63. and ail of their married life. Vis ?3GF$$Piffrtt
was spent on the home farm near New ; ;ij?V.yv V--Oiy; y Vj
Boston, with the exception of three' iJ,V't' 4 vL&f
years spent in Kansas. Eight children ! iT-,.?t-Wi Ve-:.Aj j
were born to them, seven of whom,
6ix 60ns and or.e daughter are living,
and, with the faithful wife, were with
him and did all that loving hearts and
skillful hands could do to comfort and
relieve him during his last painful 111
ne&s. Mr. Prouty was a faithful mem
ber of the Epworth Methodist church,
which he Joined 40 years ago, and was
ever an honest, industrious, Christian
gentleman, who with his good wife
was always readv to helD those in
trouble and relieve anyone who was in j Halves or sliced No. 2'4 can
pain. He was made a Mason in 1866. j Pineapple, n No. 2 cans,
and was the oldest member of New I "Gamel" brand can ........
n, i v ro t-.i Ppara. "Red Mill' brand,
To satisfy your family is to give
them "Happy Hour" or "Camel"
brands Canned Fruits and Vegetables.
You will find that these brands com
prise a great variety and they insure
perfection of pleasure to' the users
of them. Our prices can be relied
upon for economy.
Peache, "Happy Hour" brand, the
very finest of California fruit, put up
in extra heavy sweet syrup.
412 Fifteenth Street,
118 West Second Street,
were held in the Methodist church in
New Boston Wednesday, Feb. 12, con
ducted by Rev. W. L. Baines. The six
sons were pallbearers. Over 100 Mar
sons were present and conducted the
service at the grave. Interment w-as
i in the New Boston cemetery.
! Miss Hazel Thompson went to Biggs-
vllle Saturday to make a short visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln
Mrs. Charles McChesney spent Sub
day in Burlington.
Mrs. Joseph Busch of Eliza died at
her home Thursday evening, Feb. 13,
affr a week's illness with pneumonia,
in her 8Stl year. Funeral services
were held at Union church Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock, conducted? by
Rev. W. L. Balnea. Burial was in the
Mrs. Ruth Bowen of Muscatine,
Iowa, came Tuesday. to spend a week
with her mother, Mra. M. E. Warner.
Mrs. Wfflard Wharton waa a Bock
Island visitor Wednesday.
' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards and lit
tle daughter went to Rock Island Wed-
i nee day.
I J. C Guilingher of Los Angeles, Cal,
J went to Monmoatb Wednesday after a
short visit with his cousins, Mrs. H. E.
Winger and Miss Minnie McCreight.
! Mrs. George Buford returned lo her
! home in Keithsbarg Tuesday, after
j visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
j Mrs. Nellie Humphrey of Atkinson
'went to Jcy Wednesday where she
tender and sweet, can
Plums, "Red -Iin" brand,
very fine fruit can
Kidney Beans, "Camel
plump and tender,
Last Day of the Furs
Many pieces have been sold to delighted cutM
ers. Saturday finished it Hp. -
Furs worth up to US.frO at SS.tO, 13.00 and S14)0
Furs worth to 125.00 at 10.00 and 87-50
Furs worth to 50.00 at $19.50. $16.00 A $12-50
Fur Coats at almost your own yrioea.
Have You Attended the
Real Shoe Sale?
Greater Values Than Ever Saturday
People are Fast Learning the Difference
The McCabe shoe sales are the
"Simon pure" money saving kind, as
howrn in the tact that our sales so
far this month have eclipsed all past
records. The answer is, real bar
gains as advertised.
These Factory Surplus Purchases
allow us to offer:
Men's $6.00, 4.E0 and
now for $1.15, $2.95
Ladles' $4.00, $3.50 and $3.00 shoos
now for only
Boys' and Girls' shoes at equal sav
ings. Bring them in Saturday.
"Sizes for all ages." c
Last Big Sale of Coats
100 Sold last Saturday 75 more to close
THEY MUST Just 6 hours, 2:30 to 8:30.
TJp to 2: SO usual prices, then snapthis wayi
Coats worth up
to 112.00 at
to $25.00 at..
to I3T.50 at...
Clean-up of Ladies Suits
Two Lots For Saturday we offer 30 suits, medium
welfhts. Take your choice of two lots. o rTC
one at fU.TS and one at V
S3. 00 shoos
For one day, a beautiful panel
calendar free with every 50c Jar
of Bikers Violet Cerate.
WOMEN'S 50c GLOVES 29c
All the better colors in women's
golf gloves, our regular 60c Qual
ity, pick your alio, OQ
a pair CtUQ,
DOMESTIC REMNANTS Vt
For one day, remnants of muslins,
ginghams, tennis flannels, per
cales, etc., one-halt J
INFANTS' SILK HOSE, 49c
Nearly perfect mill seconds of In
fants silk hose, pink, blue, tan,
red, etc., 60c values, Q
a pair JLiC
Allover Swiss embroideries in
eyelet work and shadow patterns,
a little soiled, $1.00 to 1
$4.50 ones at 2
Remnuts of Val, torchon
cottem duny laces, H to 2
yard lengths, at a length...
WOMEN'S 15c HOSE, 10c
60 dozen pairs of women's black
cotton hose with, split white sole,
15c values, "1 (
a pair 1UC
COTTON BATTS, 5 FOR 27c
While 2 casea laat we offer ur
regular 7c quality cotton O 7
batts, 5 batts for C
Sensational Underwear Bargains
All Winter Weight Underwear Must Co
Men's, women's and children's union suits and separate,
priced Saturday for one day of unusual bargain selling.
Ladies' $1.50 part wool union suits in sleeveless and short
and long sleeves, sizes 4, 5, 6. Just for Saturday at
69o bleached cotton union suits,
to 9, at
60c shirts and drawers, odd lots,
sizes, per garment
Extra Sped ah 59c
In the bargain square tomorrow wo will place on sale about 20 dozen
of the Royal Mills brand ladies' fine bleached cotton, medium weight
fleeced union suits, in aleeveless and bbort and long tQr
sleeve styles, sizes 4 to 9, Saturday only
All men's winter underwear at a saving of about 20, especially priced
PERSIAN CHALLIES, 3'c
2:30 p. m., new supply of pretty
Persian challles for an hour's sell
ing (quantity limited)
Black satin Robespierre
with white lace Jabots,
choice of 60c ones, each..
35c EMB. BATISTES, 17ic
Another lot of those mill lengths
of white embroidered batistes,
the 86o quality at 1
Just half a yard 1 73C
APRON GINGHAMS, 4'ac
Perfect mill lengths of regular 7c
quality standard apron ALf
ginghams, at a yard
WHITE CREPE paper napk'ns,
100 in package, Saturday 8
WOOD COAT HANGERS, the 60
kind, Saturday price 2 tor 5
SMOKY CITY WALL PAPER
Cleaner, the best that's made, reg
ular 10c slse, Saturday 6
ECLIPSE WASH BENCH, holds
two tubs and wringer, made of
hardwood, for Saturdny 9S
WAXED TISSUE PAPER for
wrapping candy, lunches, etc, 24
large sheets Saturday 4.?
2:30 TO 4:30
Good quality tennis flannel in light
and dark color effects, for one
hour's eelllng, ACke
10 yards for tUL
This Medicine Cabinet
Cocoa, Hershey's 25c can 2QC
Milk Chocolate, Hershey's A- B
5c cake at Tw ;
Coffee, a good bulk coffee, OKp
at Der nound tJU
I .r.r . r-.t
A fair sample of the
savings is this fine
golden finished med
icine cabinet with
two shelves and
mirror front door,
Saturday only while
a limited quantity
A Room of- Wall Paper
Saturday morning commencing at 10 o'clock, we
offer one room of new rich gold parlor wall paper,
worth I2.2S for 69c. One room to each customer
only. Children not included. Each room consists of
10 rools wall, 20 yards border and 6 rolls celling.
Only one rattern and only sb long as the quantity
Good size cocoa door
mats, heavy brush.
Special while a ff
they last rOC
25 Velvet Rugs
On sale at 9:80 o'clock
Saturday morning, 26 only
velvet rugs cut from high
grade carpet. Remember
only 25 will be sold at
. this low price.
- The Big February Furniture and Carpet Sale is
daily gaining momentum. Are you getting your
share of the savings?
Pickles ai!1 Heinz's genuine,
Baking Powder, Rumford,
Fijrgt for cooking,
very fine pound
Jones' Dairy Farm Sau
sage, fresh for Saturday.
In fresh vegetables we have fancy
head and leaf lettuce, radishes, new
potatoes, cucumbers, new beets, car
rota and turnips, green onions, spin
ach, fresh tomatoes, cauliflower, etc
and rest assured that you will get ex
actly what you order always.
515 17th St.
Two phones 12 and 59.
511 13th St.
We carry a bis supply of home
made pies and cakes.
Pies, delivered to any part
of the city, each 12c
Pies, purchased at store 10c,
cakes, up from 10c
Tell us your wants, we do the
Phono West 2351.
WARSHIPS ' the b,n throuh reported. Senti-
Naval Appropriation Bill Totaling the democrat "aid to be almost
$146,000,000 Passes House. .
Washington, Feb. 21. The naval ap- j g
propriation bill, carrying 1146,000,004;
and authorizing two battleships, one ;
transport, one supply ship, six tor-1
pedo boat destroyers and four sub-1
marines, was reported late yesterday i
to the house. It probably will be tak- i
en up today late. Secretary Meyer
was on the floor of the house when
the measure was brought in.
A final vote on the battleship con
struction question, over which there
had been a contest for weeks, was
taken at the last moment. An amend
ment to provide for one battleship in
stead of two was lost, 9 to 12, the
economy advocates gaining two votes.
Representatives Gregg of Texas,
Hensley of Missouri, Buchanan of Il
linois and Witherspoon of Mississippi I
gave notice that they would file a mi-;
nority report, j
The "big navy men of the house j
were confident last night of nutting ''"" 1 IT "h f'c
equally divided, while a considerable
majority of the republicans favor
building at least two this year.
remove your corn3, bun
Feet maB8age a specialty
Telephone We3t 810-L.
LILLIAN M. ROUNDS
1922Va Third Avenue.