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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1913.
Dear Mr. Thompson: lit What!
will kill nlta? (2) If a boy invites
tone girl into his home while his
parents are out, is It propr for the i
flrta to jro in? 8 When I go on
tha street boys I do not know apeak
K ma, Dti bdouiq i oo. .ujn.i. ,
(1) Kerosene. 2j No. l3i
JDon't notice them.
I thoroughly enjoyed. Mias Bessie j
Schroeder. 1800 V, Twelfth street, will i
I entertain the club In two weeks. !
MATINEE RECITALS. I
als has been planned by the conserva
' Tory of Augustana college to be given
! ia the college chapel Saturday after
noons during March, April and May.
The program as arranged for the ser
8 Professor Bergquist's
15 Children's program.
29 Professor Canterbury's !
Dear Mra. Thompson: I am a man
of 31, earning l?.50 a week, popular
with the opposite sex. Three year
ago I met a arirl t o years try senior.
It was a cas of love at firs' s'ght on
my part. I visit here only once a
week, but I always meet her and we
stand and talk and I think she likes ;
About a mon'h ad while 'n the rl'r.
a couple of friends uFl;d me to l:avc
a drink. I s-enied to ft too murh so,
'hat people on the street noticd n:e.
Somebody must have told the girl I i
was drunk for I rere-ve'l a I"t from
her saying she was surprised at my
actions ami that Phe v.-mi'd hav notii-.
lng more to lo wiih ni ' w
n Iit, inil re-
good with her. If she likes you
enouph, she will listen to you. You
should have asked pcrm.ss'On to cali
on her lens up')
Whether this grl turns you down
or not. make up your mind io be too
manly, after this, to drnk. A man
iifver really knows when he has
'iiouph. aftr he he:' taken 'he Erst
sla. So it's a! .v::ys host not To Jake
the first i-;ass. Make yo.-.rself worth"
of some pood girl for a wife.
(2 I would want the proof ana
even !h-n I'd have my doubts in lavor
ot the piil. if (-he was my frien-l.
i i Your sister has fallen into had
: .1 T-. i.Jf... . ,
te her 'OiujiHny. 1 nI I'o ;uu -
some really nice feliow to introduce
to Iter a:id take her o n wiui turn
: arcir-ng 'he right sort of p-ople? Why
asking if I nucht call
celved no reply.
(11 Pe,-iHe advise rr". I v-.i.t
make friends asnin wh her. a I am
thinking aiMiut Retti'tiir rnarri anU
want her for my wife.
(21 Would you tiel.p,-" anything
about a pirl told to on by a buy
frlenri of her?
(?,t What ran I do for my oung
ala'er? Rlie is .lust lv snio'tie fjirar
etteH, stuys out la'e niuhts and t'ot-s a
lot of swearliif;. Her failxr is dead
and her mother ill in ! ed ru ift ol
time. Should I spe.n. o le i ? I have
tried every way to make her do riirhf.
but she nep;iis t think i' smart to
lauRh af me wli- n I t- ;i lie;- she osiu lit
to lie ashamed of herself. WIU.IK.
(ll I'm afraid you're up avalusl i',
Willie. She ts protiai ly a self resr;ei (
In at plrl and wattts tinthiitK to do with
a drunkard llowtver, wri'e her : and squef out tli
again, nsk her to let you tell her your; wash wMi a very
not invite hor to ov.t wnn you
whei she ciin see how nice i rls act?
Your sister's health will he ruined
and something terrible will happen
to her if she Keeps on tliis way. You
I'rol.ahly know none? of what, has
happened to other plrls lik that. Take
her down to police court some time
when tl;e drunks and disorderlies are:
brought iti- ho' li nu n ami w omen
nvl si.ov. hr wha: she is corning to.
M,ihe that v. ill o-:, h-r eyes.
!ear Mrs. Thompron: F'leahp toll
me how to pet rd of bin i. heads on
my chin. T. C.
Massa witji cold cj-eam every
ntrht. after wfish:ng with hot wa'er
and poan. prick with a clean needle
v enk solnti in of
Miss Johnson's class.
April 12 Miscellaneous program, pi
ano and violin.
April 19 Organ recital. Professor
April 26 Piano recital. Professor
May ?, Piano recital. Miss Cervin's
May 10 Organ recital. Professor
May IT Piano recital. Miss Cervin's
Attractive programs have been ar
ranged for each day and are open to
SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY.
MRS. ELIZA MOFF1TT WAS VERY
pleasantly surprised at her home, 1323
Fourth avenue, yesterday by 50 of her,
relatives and friends who came to help
her celebrate her birthday anniversary.
They brought baskets and served an
elaborate dinner. Ferns and carna
tions were used in the decorations.
The hostess received many nice pres
ents among them a leather chair from
her children. Several of the guests
were from Reynolds.
aide, and ghe ou u chance to make 1 catboltc acid, or hJti'F with alcohol.
GENEROUS EMBROIDERY CLUB.
MRS. ED MILLER ENTERTAINED i
the members of the Generous Em-1
broidery club yesterday afternoon at j
her home, 504 Twelfth avenue. A ;
pleasant afternoon was spent with j
farcy work and musical numbers were ;
rendered. The hostess served a deli-;
clous four course lunch at the close of I
the afternoon. Mrs. Eggerts will en-!
tertain the club in two weeks at her
home in Moline.
MRS. WEISS HOSTESS.
.MRS. JOHN WEISS AT HER
home, 1810 Fifth avenue, was hostess
yesterday aTternoon to the monthly
coffee of the Ladies' Aid society of
the Memorial Christian church, 37
ladies attending and passing a de
lightful afternoon. The members bus
ied themselves with their sewUu; and
the hostess served lunch.
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HUMANE SOCIETY AUXILIARY.
EIGHTEEN MKMP.KKS OK THE
llumane society auxiliary were pres
ent at Ihe nieptitig held yesterday af
I ertlooll ilt tiic hot;,, of rs J . 1 1 i 1:1111
lnn. !!'. N'ineteetith rtreef. nro visitors
were guests and one new member was
received into the society. The ladies
spent the time sewing on sunbonnels.
a sale of win li they w ill conduct tit-M
uiontti. Mis l ied Kinik reported on
the progress made b the cofnmittee
(kith the aid of the public school
each eis in eMitlilirh ng bunds of
iuercy in thet public schools Mrs.
Itlngshur letid an i.:ra;t from the
National Hninaiie u on tiiumi nig
humane societies Mrs lle'.ie .lones
lend a communication addrev-.ed to
'he National llumane Ke iew b ( at
cl li si 1 (iibbons in w liii h he says: "I
wish eery success to the National Hu
mane Review. It I said that the fa
vorite occupation of one of the most
cruel of the Kouiaii emperors was iti
killing flies. A benevolent ninti w '11
not needlessly tread on r. worm nor
deprive the harmless reptile
which he in unable to restore
inanity nrompts us to spare a worm
how kii.d and tender should we be to
tile child made in The ima.e of God."
P. H. CLUB ENTERTAINED.
THE IV II ( I.' H. COMPOSED OK
nine KocU island and Moline ladies,
v. r.i entertain' d last eet,.ns by Mis
-tv I ia. I. at ;i--r l:o::e-. '.'L1:! Alkali
street. Souili Hoc k Island, at a Pt.
I'atrlck jiarty. Ilach guest on enter
ilik: was met b.' a small St. Patrick,
v bo villi lier.-ohiLcd uy Master Emil
(i.ildet'zopf. and t'.e were expected
to kitis the Klarney k'imi" which he
held. ..h;.-:c hiuI games . ere the
evening ilivTMot ,:nd at : a two
cour.-e lunch v ; .-'rveii The din
in:: room was i".o'a'cd wi'b streamer.-,
of paper and St. Patrick day em
bl. ms prd each place at the table was
mar',. iu -i;',i a small pn'cii pig which
. : . . -ii i , ., -'.', i ,.r The e:rM
p'-owd a jii.is' d ' i'h; f ul one a id was
SPENCER COFFEE PARTY.
THE WEATHER AND SICKNESS j
I prevented a good many of the ladies j
of the Spencer Memorial Methodist j
A id society from attending the cof- j
j fee yesterday afternoon at the home
, of Mrs. J. A. Hedberg, 4409 Fifth ave
1 rue. but the afternoon passed very
pleasantly for those who were pres-
of lir? rnt- Mrs. (.'. E. Hawkins will enter
If hti- tain at t-be coffee party next month.
GERMAN LADIES' SOCIETY.
A MEETING OF THE LADIES' AID
society of the German Evangelical 1
church was held yesterday in the j
churc h basement. Aside from routine
matters before the society nothing of '
importance was discussed the time be- ;
i-ig passed in a social way and a lunch j
was enjoyed. j
BUSY BEE SEWING SOCIETY.
MRS W. A. GIERTZ, 1436 FOUR- j
teeiith-and-a-half street, was hostess ;
to the members of the Busy Bee Sew-'
ing society yesterday afternoon. There
was a large attendance of members
and they busied themselves with their
sewing and were served with refresh
ments. The society will meet in two i
weeks with Mrs. E. Lamp.
Makes Its Debut
Tomorrow, Saturday, March 8
With a Beautiful Advance
Showing of the
New Easter Styles
You Are Cordially Invited
For Man,Woman& Child
"Rock Island,! uu '
' Hats mWM
a Special gig
Maybe everybody in Rock Islpnd didn t take advantage of
our "25-cent sale" Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, but
certainly a great many of them d:d. Here are opportunities
for those who "missed out" the first part of the week.
Come in or telephone tomorrow. Get rcquainted or bet
ter acquainted with the best place in Rock Island to buy
Wripht's Old Fashioned Pure I'urk
wheat. r -pound sucks, reeular
2.r.- Backs for J9C
Two pounds larce size Ureiron
primes for 25c
Blue Ribbon Seeded Raisin,
four 1-pound packages for ... 2 5c
Three packages None Such Con
densed Mince Meat for 2 5c
Campbell's Soups, any kind
three cans for 2 5c
C. & B Malt Vinegar, large bottle.
genuine) Imported 21c
Olire Oil. Ral's finest Sublime Luc
ca Oil. nothing finer produced.
quart cans $1.00
Rolled White Oats, finest quality
bulk oats, three pounds for.. 10c
Mlohigan Best Hand Picked Navy
Beans, five pounds for 2Bc
Cnoloe Apple Butter.
(Class Jars each 15c
Purkaaco Moist M'.cce Meat In
fruit Jars, each 22c
Wax Strlngless Beans, fancy qual
ity. No. t cans, each Jgc
.Head and Leaf Lettuce, Bndlve.
i Brussels Sprouts. Cauliflower, New
Potaoes, Young Onions, Tomatoes,
Cuctimbert, Radishes, Carrot, Tur
nips, Pie Plant, Jersey Sweet Po
Kaco Flour is The mot healthful
flour mmlc. That's the secret for
i:f success. 4! pour.d sack $J 4Q
Sweet Cider in tins each .. . J0c
German Cream or Brick Cheese,
extra fancy, fine flavor, creamy.
per p.mnd 25c
FIk liar Cakes, fresh shipment,
two pour ilt for 25c
Genuine Roll Mops.
fc each, six for 25c
Sweet Gherkins Pickles, put up In
quart Mason fruit Jars each 30c
Ture Marshmallows, chicks
or ducks, a box gc
Smoked Sardines, in olive oil.
15c, two for 25c
Iceland Smoked Halibut, thick
pieces, a pound 2 5o
Blanched and Salted Jumbo
Peanut a. pound 40c
Hurler's Molasses Car.dy. In
cartons, each 1 Oc
Bogota Blend ( offee. full strength,
yet wirh a most delicate flavor, a
rare bler.d, yet priced within the
reach of all. Better coffee than
Bogota Blend has never been pro
duced at the price,
three rounds $1, s pound .. 35o
MISS OEERG GIVES TALK.
AT THE MEETING OF THE
Young People's society of the First
Swedish Lutheran church held last
evening at the society rooms the feat
ure of the program was a talk by
Miss O'nerg. a returned missionary
from I'hina. She told of the children
of ch.nu and of a school in which she
is a teachfr where there are 360 pu
pils. Vocal solos were given by Miss
Minnie Johnson and Karl Nelson gave
a short talk. At the business session
a program committee was elected as
fo'lows: Miss Carrie Peterson, Miss
I.ydia f'ealstrom, Oscar Johnson and
Wal'er Swanson A committee was
L'Afo appointed to be in charge of the
fall bazar as follows: Ernest Swao
son. Clark Swanson. Mies Ellen Isaac
son. Miss Hilma Johnson, Frank Lind
sirom and Miss Minnie Johnson.
department colors. The Helen Gould meeting yesterday afternoon at the
auxiliary feels very proud in the pos- home of Mrs. Olof Osterman, 921
session of the colors as it is the first ! Fourteenth-and-a-half street. At a
auxiliary in the state to do honor to ! short business session plans were dis
the colors. At the conclusion of a : cussed for the fall bazar and the
short business session the comrades . ladies also decided to donate towards
; of Siboney Bay camp were invited to the sale to be conducted next month
j join in meeting the department pres-j by the girls' society of the church.
1 idem. The ceremony was very im-; A short talk was given by Karl Nel
preseive as the colors were carried 1 son and there was music, followed by
in by the department president, Mrs. j a social hour when the hostess served
, Ctittler, assisted by the past depart- j lunch.
ment president, Mrs. Ed Kittilsen, to
FOREIGN MISSION SOCIETY.
THE WOMAN'S FOREIGN MIS-
the strains of the Star Spangled Ban
ner. Iater a progTam and social time
cninvH anri tha ciinner march
was led b"v General Kittilsen and Mrs. ! ion society of the First Methodist
Cuttler. The evening proved a very ; church met yesterday afternoon with
I .vi rs. li. r.. asieei, iooa i neuueiu
j street. A number of vocal numbers
i were giv-n by Miss Violet Doney.
Mrs. Short read a letter trom Mrs.
LUTHERAN AID SOCIETY.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
the First Swedish Lutheran church
held a pleasant and well attended J
A delightful social hour, when refresh
ments were served, followed.
GERMAN MISSION SOCIETY.
MRS. H. GLOCK AT HER HOME,
1214 Thirty-seventh street, entertain
ed the members of the Woman's Mis
sion society of the Immanuel Ger
man Lutheran church yesterday after
noon with a good attendance of ladies.
They spent the time In general socia
bility and a fine lunch was served.
Mrs. Hill on Thirty-fifth street will
be the hostess fb the society the first
Thursday in April.
THE ROCK ISLAND COUNTY HU
mane society will meet in regular ses
sion Monday, March 10, at 7:30 at the
Licensed to Wed.
J. William Lafferty ... Lafayette, 111
Miss Mildren Camp ..,
Miss Marie Skenson ...
Miss Marie A. Engqulst
. . . Molim
RUMORS OF BOURNE
DIVORCE ARE DENIED
AUXILIARY RECEIVES COLORS.
THE HELEN GOULD AUXILIARY
No. 7. U. S. AY. V., last evening had
the pleasure of having with them the
department president, Mrs Katherine
E. Cuttler, who brought with her the
H. R. BATTLES & CO.
1706 SECOND AVENUE
POSLAfil IS THE
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Those who have once tried Poslam
for the treatment ot any skin disease
appreciate its marvelousiy active heai
ng power and the promptness with
wnicn it does its work.
They know that relief is immediate
and a.l evidence of disease is quicklr
driven away; that pimples and minor
blemishes are eradicated, inflamed and
florid completions cl' ared overnight.
More dependable than anything vet
devised for the cure of surface trou
bles, Poslam will afford the greatest
benefits In th tr-rlckest time
POSI.AM SOAP it the soap of soaps
; for daily use. toilet and bath, as a
means of Improving color and texture
of the skin and assuring its continued
All Jrug1pts sell Poslam price 50
I cents) and Poslam Soap (price 25
rpntsl For frp samn'PB vrr:j in
the Eme-eencv Laboratories. 22 West I
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A -"4 l
If . V ltt : t tA4
Hindall, a member of the aociety who
is spading' the winter in California
and Mrs. Griffith read a paper on the Association house, 637 Seventeenth
work in China and Mrs. Stevens gave j street. Members are urged to attend
a reading also on the work in China, the meeting.
Medicines that aid na'ure are alwayi
most successful. Chamberlain's Cougl
Remedy acts on this plan. It looseni
the cough, helieves the lungs, open
the secretions and aids nature In ra
storing the system to a healthy con
dition. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.;
Valuable information to ail afflicted
Send name and address today. Bool
mailed in plain envelope free. Dn
Pyle, Whitney & Kenealy, Mercantlli
block, Aurora, 111.
Mrs. Jamatbaa Bsarme.
When Mrs. Jonathan Bourne, wife
of the Oregon senator, departed from
Washington last week, It was rumored
that she was returning home to get a
divorce. The senator denies the ru
mor. At ashingtos the couple occu-
s' ' m w r
OUR new Spring and Summer pat
terns are now on display. We
extend a cordial invitation to the peo
ple of Rock Island to come and see our
display of the latest cloths and styles for
E. F. BORN,
1808 Third Avenue Rock Island, III.
street. New York City.