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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1913,
see how they affect your eyes. CS '
You should have used Iodine discolor- j
ed with ammonia. Ask the doctor j
how to take out the brown stain.' (9 ?
No. (10) Simple one-piece dresses I
in dark colors, with a bit of light em-;
broidery or lace to lighten them up. ,
(11) Yes. (12; No. Keep them
white and smooth and they will be as i
pretty as small hands. 13 Men like
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Is a girl bad
If she lets a young man friend kiss I
.caster draws near; it you would be ready begin now
20c Cocoanut Bon
bons In four JJavors;
Saturday; l5c a lb.
Luncheon served in
o'.ir Pining Room. It
to 2 o'clock. ;bh floor.
Thompson: U i What la 1
to makf a hat for work. I
fashionable to wear In i
a nice way
that is qui
mimmer? 2i What kind of a hat for
dresry turapirita? .1) Are red sa'lor J
ha's to ie orn this uMicr' i4i i
What is a nice way for a girl of IT i
to war her hair if a pompadour does j
no' look wfil on her? iT.t Is lemon
juice toed for whitening 'he com-!
plxioii" ' I have little red veins:
on my none and cheeka which make
my nose look very rd at time? How '
ran I remind them? iTi I have very
nmal! n'? How ran I m!ike them
look larger? I have a very !are '
lier-k and lisve fried iodine on it; it
inad- a brown s'ain on it w'ni'b does
tiot want t: onie off. Ho tan I re
move )? ift: Do amber' beads re
move goitre? U'') - What Kind of.
dresses should a girl wear for work
if she does cot look well In waist and
skirt, and what color and style should
they be? Mil Are sweaters to be
worn this earing? (12 1 I bav quite
:arEe hands. Is there any way of mak
ing thm smaller? (13 My friend in
sists 'hat boys like girls with broad
shoulders that are qui'e strong and I
sa tii.y do nor. Who is right?
BlCK EVES. j
i fit A hat for work should be sim-
' pie a !atV: straw, for sunimei with j
iiics for a rather high ornament, ac- ;
; cording to the new styles. (2 1 A. i
large ha' of velvet or Bilk or lace, with !
; , 1 w i r. . ' i I wi- r. 1 vt j nut (u.un
thfv will b-e popular, lit Try part
in it. or titit if in two braids and wind
iab :it ',.- head 5 Yes. 0 Mas
fatc h'' cost- gently with cold cream.
I'Ti Yon cannot make them large
without an expensive operation. Try
vorioi s wa .s of making your hair and
He is a perfect, gentleman and she
Is a perfectly good girl, 25 years old,
and has allowed only one other man
to do 6uch a thing, but Is very lov
able. They are only friends and do
not expect to be anything more. She
does not think she is doing wrong and
of course be does not. Yet I know he
is too good a fellow to talk about, a
good girl lightly because of a kiss or
several. Of course she does not kiss
Is this playing with fire? She is
very sensitive and would feel terribly
if she was considered bad for allowing
such. HER FRIEND.
She is not a bad girl, but she is do
A girl's kisses should be considered
sacred to her own family and the man
she expects to marry. Occasionally
she may bestow a "kiss upon a man
j who is only a friend, upon some spe
: cial occasion, and not be censured for
it. But when she lets a man kiss her
as often as he wishes, without know-
ing that he wishes to marry her. she
is cheapening her womanhood and rob
bing Mr. Right of what belongs to him.
Moreover, a girl can never be sure
that the man who kisses her doesn't
tell others about it. Sometimes the
most trusted men friends are guilty of
"kissing and telling."
who. 3urinq the Lenten per-
icd adept a plainer diet than
at clher times, it is essen
tial that the "plainer foods''
be ot the very highest quality.
Don't fail to give us a
trial order and if attentive
service, choice groceries
ADELPHIC SOCIETY PROGRAM. ,rlay afternoon with a large number
Tills EVKNINC THE ADELPHIC
Literary society, the live society of
AuguMsiiia colUge. will render a pe
cii I proriiin which has lieen arranged
by the chairman. L. E. Jones. This
program is rr-nt.ng a great deal of
Interest uiiiiin the student body and
and fight priCeS have any promises tcw.ll merit the claims made
by ti.e chairman. 1 he subject will
be "A Study of the Negro Problem."
Ti.e program is as follows:
Piano Trio Misses Edna Magnus
Koii. Eunice .Mariusson, Florence
Oration. "P.ook r T. Washington"
Male iwrtet. "Old Black Joe"
Anderson. Jones. Olson and Swedberg.
Reading. "Negro Selections"-- Rach
ilo. "The Jessamine"--Olga
'i''.::c of llie Negro in Atuer-
i. met and violin Thure
1 Klnier Swanson.
"Attitude of the South To
N -sir1)" Victor Spong.
Mflle Quartet, "The Levee."
ZION LADIES' SOCIETY.
MFiS. A. PIOOMBEKC AT HER
home, t'.fi Eotieth street, entertained
the iii'-inVrs of -e Indies' Sewii:g so
cie" of .ion Lutheran church yester-
powers cf persuasion we
stand a fair show to get it.
Quaiity above all things is
wanted in your groceries
and you arc always sure to
find the very best quality at
365 Twentieth St.
Telephone West 1093 or 1803
fat.. aiitAw.iiiiit m ail iilt..;ii u,'m2
The store is in full Easter
Every department is
stocked" to overflowing with
the choicest merchandise,
goods representing the lat
est ideas of fashion in style,
color and design.
One customer yesterday
(a resident of a large eastern
city and visiting in Daven
port) said she had never
seen better assortments of
dress accessories, particu
larly hand bags and small
jewelry, than she saw here.
What is true of these can
be said with equal emphasis
of all other lines.
This is a vast institution reaching
into the great markettr centers for
the best merchandise produced.
April is now
Stylish Easter coats at $15
Full and three-quarter lengths
all sizes for girls, misses and women
This is a remarkable collection of coats, not only in the ma
terials and stvle. but in nunlitv and value. The materials
are serges, diagonals and mixtures in tan, leather shades,
navy, Copenhagen and the stylish new black-and-white effects.
Some are cutaway models with the front buttoning over the side; others
are straight front, trimmed with silk and ratine. Some have touches of
new Bulgarian colors, rosits for girls of thriteen to eighteen years and
for women in regular and stout sizes from 36 to 4b. In ap
pearance, style and workmanship they are the best
garments we have seen selling a near the price
Sale of new white waists at 98c
ready. This is a
-'-page magazine bnming with the
latest fashions. In addition to many
special articles in dress, it features
the famous Ladies' Home Journal pat
terns. Call at our pattern counter,
second floor, and obtain a copy free.
These are waists such as you would expect to pay from $1.25 to $2 for,
and we could not sell them for !Sc. nut for the fact that our buyer while
in New York found a maker who neded money, and was willing to sac
rifice a pan of his stock. Latest spring styles, and are made up In such
choice materials as lawns and vo les: h'g'-i or 'ow neck styles,
and lor.g or short sleeves. You will be delighted when
you see these; all sizes; choice
New spring vaists in nitunl linen, pique an! corded
fltxon in white and ra'uri! linen color; are made with
new rollin j c llar, aid trimme i with small pearl but
tons. These are the season'! latest styles; price $1,53
-. ' -
Hats that are a delight to the eye I TEe new silks
: v ard t In
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A m mm
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The average woman Is vrr partic
ular about her iboe They contrib
ute in.n h to h-T appeaiam-e as a".
11' she near.
Our ninen's hnm are chosen w-.ih
KreMest eare fri tn the product ors of
makers that make the beet uomen's
We'll be pleased to
show you the hand
Shoe for house or street wear, dull
or bright Iraiher. suede, nubucks,
tan i Kvery iu and width
Our women's J- 00 to 13 ( shoes
toner above any other shoe value for
the money, while our $4 on to fi.0'
i fhoei mean footwear elegance and
Z Our rplrnd.d and eiper.enced shoe
unice will lneure just the nitht thoe
5HCES FOR THE FAMILY
p 11 s TmTzwt
412 Fifteenth St.. Moline.
1807 2d Ave., 118 W. 2d St.,
Rock Island Davenport
of ladies in attendance. At the busi
ness session it was decided to hold
the annual spring sale in Zion chapel
April 18. when aprons and fancy work
will be placed ou sale. A commit
tee of 16 with Mrs. Una Bersell as
chairman was appointed to be in
charge of the arrangements for this
bazar. Reports were received from
various committees. At the close of
the business session a social hour was
enjoyed and lunch was served by the
ANNUAL MITE BOX OPENNIG.
THE RAIN INTERFERED SOME
what with the attendance at the an
nual mite box opening of the Mission
ary society of Spencer Memorial Meth
odist church held last evening at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Hawkins.
Eighth avenue. Many of the mite
boxes were not turned in and so no re
port can be given of the amount col
lected. An interesting program was
carried out following the reports of
the treasurer and secretary. The de
votional services were led by Mrs. Ber
f;ert, Mrs. Jessie Johnson read a pa
per on the nistory of Mormonism. Rev.
'. E. Hawkins gave a short talk on
Mormonism. Chester Olson entertained
with a violin solo and Mrs. Hawkins
gi've a paper on mite boxes and Miss
Huh Johnson gave a recitation. After
the program the hostess served re-
'. fi (shinents. the serving table having
as a centerpiece a bowl of yellow tulips.
SECOND OF MATINEE RECITALS. ' j
THE SE' OND OF THE MATINEE ' j
recitals given under the auspices of . ; j
the conservatory of music of Augus-' ,
tuna college will be held tomorrow '
afrernoon in the college auditorium.
The program will be given by the chil- , -ji
dren pupils of Miss Effle Johnson, Miss j f
Lillie Oervin. Algert Anker and Iva .'i
IVarce, and those who will take part ' I
pre: Florence Kronstedt, Harriet ! ji
Hodges. Margaret Schnitzer. Culver
Masters. Martha Ehn, Sarah Harris,
J'llia Marshall, Gustav Andreen, Ma
bel Knorr, Edna Edstrom. Mary Mc
Kinney. Volande Mahaffey. Ruth Weed,
Emily Sundehn. Esther Pearce. June
Nelson. Mildred S hieberl, Chester Ol
son. Marie Carlson and Barbara
Br. rv v -vy
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So full of bright colors, so different, so very be
coming. Each morninsr -hanning new h.its are
hrought forward to take the place of those sold the
day before. Therefore, our displays always possess
something new. something of interest to those
seeking Easter Hats.
Hats at $5 and $7.50
Charming small hats of Milan, tagal and braid with up
right trimmings of Numidie and flowers. They fit clonely
to the head, permitt'.ng the hair to show all around, a char
acteristic of the new bats Charming browns, sireens. Para
dise veliow. braes and Regent blue. One large TA
table full at Jo and another at
Lovely effects in
Many expressions of praise are
daily heard regarding our dis
plays of neckwear. Ruffling
are very popular, and are used
for trimming collars and sleeves;
just the thing to brighten up
your Tat. suit or dress.
Plain net and net with lace edg
ing; narrow and wide styles.
White, ecru and black.
2)c to 1 a yard.
Seeve'es? guinipes of plain or figured
net tri Mimed with shadow lace and
crocheted buttons: also fitted bodices
of either p'ain mull or net
White, black and erru.
ioc to IH
Charmire dress fp's and snara!P rol
lars in Plaurn atiri Ver.ise laces made
in epaulet effect and extenl in points
over the shoulders; some have square
or round corners.
.0r to 1 :
Some cf the da;ntiest designs of neck
wear are in crepe de chere hows in
the mit delicate of shades.
25c to ollc
Y ;u will need new
sieves for Easter
If they are not to be kid gloves,
we could not do better than to
recommend Kayscrs silk, cham
disette or lisle. We have them
in both long and short styles. If
you desire to match your suit or
dross, you will have no trouble
here in getting the right shade.
Silk gioves in navy, while, b'ark. gray,
pongee, Copenhagen and wistaria.
Long gloves, 7"c fo fi.
Short gloves. Mo to $1.25.
Short ch.amoisette gloves in white, 2."r,
p'.so pongee, gray and white at .'0c.
lti-button' lngth at .Iftr and $ I.
Lis'e gloves in brown, navy, gray,
white and hiack: short ones, at 2."c
and 0c. Iong ones at ."0r.
New patten lice veils
Those are correct to wear with the
new snia'l b;itf: white, black navy,
brown, magpie and Copenhagen; $1.39.
Auto veils in all tne new shades of
Nell Rose, emerald preen, blue, gold,
American Heauty. tun. champagne,
gray, navy, white and black: ! to fo.
"Buster Br. wn"
Roth women's and children's stockings:
four pairs guaranteed for four months; four
pairs for $1. Women's stockings in black,
white and tan. The children s have double
heels and tees.. Fcsr pairs for 1
S-me new fiction
The Heart of the Hills John Fox, Jr.
Tlu Flirt Hoo'h Tarkington
The Night Riders Ridgwell Culliim.
The Witching Hill Harnung.
A Step on the Stair Octave Thanet, 50c
Andrew the Glad Daviess.
for Easter gifts
My Prayer Book, Reflections. Coun
sels, Prayers and Devotions by Father
Isance; cloth, $1.25; leather, II..10 to
The Yonng Man's Guide by Father La
eance, cloth 7iic leather. $1 to $1.75
The Catholic Girl's Guide by Father
Lasance; cloth, $1.25; leather, $1.75
Vest Pocket Manuals, 25c to $1.9S.
Key of Heaven, 25c op.
The Manual of Prayer, $1.19 to $2.75
Crucifixes In both gold and silver
plate; 75c to $5.98.
Dark cocoa wood rosariee, 25c to
Gold chain rosaries, 9c to $10.
Small silver rosary in silver locket,
Scapular medal with locket and chain,
Sacred figures such as Sacred Heart,
Illessed Virgin Mary and St. Joseph.
Holy Water Fonts, $1.25. -First Floor
Measure our stock of new silks
and you will realize what a won
derful silk store this really is.
Among this season's choicest silks
are the new brocades in lovely shades
of brown, navy, Copenhagen. lilac
and gray: make up beautifully tn
waists and dresses; 26 in m.ide; $1.25
New chiffon taffetas In Dolly Madison
designs in the most pleasing shades
of navy. Copenhagen and tan; 26
Inches wide; $1.50.
Crepe de chines are very scarce, ow
ing to the heavy demand and the
fact that there is a strike in the silk
mills. We are fortunate in being:
able to show a full line of colors for
both street nnd evening; wear; 40
Inches wide; $1J0 per yard.
Our collection of foulards Is attract
ing particular attention, especially
those with the Sole de Garniture and
mosaic borders in rich Bnlnr'n-t col
ors; 40 Inches wide; yard, I.!H.
New brocaded chepe meteors and
charmeuse; wide range of design!
and colors, including black, ivory,
navy, gray, purple, wistaria, Nell
Rose, old rose, gold, baby blue, p nk
and malre; $2.50 and $.8.50 a yard.
U. P. YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY.
THE MISSION STCDY CLASS AND
the Young People's society of the
United Presbyterian church held a
meeting last evening at the home of
the Misses Fredericks. 1126 Nine
teenth street. The Mission Study
class was led in an interesting way by
, W. L. Aster and following a meeting
of the Young People's society was
; held, a good informal program being
carried out, followed by games and
, t'le serving of refreshments.
TRI-CITY EMBROIDERY CLUB.
j MEMBERS OF THE TRI-CITY EM
broidery club were entertained by Mrs.
jDeEtte Pombert at her home in Moline
i yesterday afternoon. Spring flowers
j were used to trim the rooms and the
jlad:es passed the time pleasantly with
' fheir sewing, the hostess serving
j lunch at the close of the afternoon.
j HAVE ALL DAY WORK MEETING.
j THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
;the Memorial Christian church held an
, a'.l day meeting at the church yester
day. They brought their lunch with
i them and served it together at noon.
They were very busy all day tacking
'quilts and accomplished much work
.and at the tame time had a pleasant
ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARTY.
MRS. CHARLES WHITE, 710
i Twenty-fifth street, will entertain the
members of the Social Drug club next
Monday evening at a St. Patrick's day
rarty. The hoi:se will be decorated
the guests will attend in fancy cos
tume. Great plans are being made
for the affair which promises to be
RECEPTION FOR HOUSE GUEST.
MRS. C. E. SHARPE AT HER
home, 1609 Twenty-first street, enter
tained 100 tri-city ladies yesterday af
ternoon from ?, tn 5 at a reception to
meet Mrs. Floyd J. Ixigan of Chicago,
her house guest. Mrs. Sam Davis and
Mrs. Tom Davis and Mrs. A. D. Sper
rv assisted the hostess about the
rooms. Yellow spring flowers, daffo
dils and jonquils in baskets and bowls
were effectively used.
ed a nice lunch after the games. Mrs.
Frank Sperling will entertain the club
in two weeks.
LADIES' SEWING SOCIETY.
THE LADIES' SEWING SOCIETY
of the German Evangelical church
held a meeting yesterday afternoon in
the church basement, the 'ndies spend
ing the time quiltinr. Lunch was
served late in the afternoon. !
LUTHER LEAGUE SESSION.
MISS MAMIE PETERSON AND
Roger Peterson entertained the mem
bers of the Luther league of Grace
Lutheran church in the lecture room
of the church last evening. After the
devotional services and the transac
tion of routine business a social hour
was enjoyed and refreshments were
fied of a change in the date for the
ai.nual school of instruction which
Ruth Johnson gave a recitation. After
fixed was March 17, but this has been
changed to April 7. The school will
be in session at the Masonic, temple in
Moline, all day on lhav1 date.
MRS. F. J. ERNE OF 1222 FOURTH
avenue, will entertain the Ladies of
the. Grand Army and their friends
Iowa Liquor Firm Fails.
Dubu'iue, l4wa, March 14 - The firm
of Ixivis, Lang Co., wholesale liquor
dealers, in business for 25 vears, to
day made an assignment. Assets ai.d
liabilities were not made public.
YOUR CLUB DANCE.
THE YOUR CLUB GAVE A LARGE-
lv attended and very enjovaile dancing
party at Turner hall. Moline, last
evening. A similar party has been
arraneed for next Thursday evening
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE
druggisfs held a social meeting yes
terday afternoon with Mrs E. Jericho
a her beautiful new home at 1S4S
Fourteenth street, Moline. Five hun
dred was played and the prizes were
won by Mrs. A. C. Croswell and Mrs.
F. D. G. Walker, both of this city. The
hostess served a lunch after the
games and the afternoon proved a de
lightful one. Mrs. Henry Koch will
entertain the society at its next meet-, at the same ploi e.
ing. j ;
J SURPRISE PARTY.
OLIVE CINCH CLUB. A COMPANY OF 20 FRIENDS SUR-1
MRS. GEORGE NO YES AT HER prised Miss Elsie Barth. a' r.'r home
home on Fourteenth aver.ue and Six- f Th;rd avenue and Eleventh s'reet, ,
teenth street. Moline. yesterday after- last evening, the co-npany coming to j
noon entertained the Olive Cinch club say goodbe before M:ss Brth leaves,
at the fortnightly meeting. Mrs. J. for an extended trip. Music and :
W. Temple took the head prize, a cli;r.y games helped p3ss a pleasant evening I
centerpiece. Mrs. J. E. Keliey was and a three-coar.se Eupper n as served.)
given the second favor, a battenburg i
dresser scarf, and Mrs. Frank Sper- . CHANGE DATE OF SESSION. j
lir.g was awarded the consolation fa- ROf'K ISLAND MEMBERS OF THE i
in emblems 6Ubesuve of the day aud.vor. a jrin cushion. The aosteaa serT-i Eastern Star of. Moline have been noti-i
causes run-down health and sickness.
Scott's Emulsion and rest are needed,
but SCOTT'S EMULSION is more
important because it enriches the blood,
nourishes the nerves builds the
body and restores strength, vigor
and immediate energy without
interrupting daily duties.
Scott fs Emulsion drives cut colds
and strengthens the langs.
Scott & Bowne, H!o-,r.-.r.t-M, N. J.