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THE ROCK ISL.AXD ARGUS, FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1913.
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Serve at the Le-
n luncheon or dinner as an
bo be careful not to have
ROME OOOn RECIPES WITH THE
PAN AN A.
Uanunat have made tneir way, u'ruz
gllr.g hard many times for a place on
the t.iil of fr- in tte home. Many
autbor'.ti", however, give to The ba
rana much importance In food value
wh';n Ufd wry r!ie. not to!', but
when the skin is of a rich yellow and
brown moMled appearance, aid no
grnta in .cht. not. even at the tips, i for three-quarters of an hour. These
For children In particular the dves-! urn much mor wholesome and deli-
tlon la bartered by cooking, but if per- rate as an entree with meats. such a
fecllr ripe are pood food for them not f;;et3 of beef or chicken, than when
rooked. Tte Improvements In rultiva- lntd
tlon aler ae an Inducement for their ranrr cocktail.
us, as the qualify and means of trans- ' Material G-rapefnrlt. one; oranges,
portation prows better -ath year, j two; malaga grapes, one-fourth pound;
There ar two special kinds, the red ' banana, one; lemon Juice, maraschino
aiid white, the former be4n very fine ! juic and cberrle.
in flavor, but are not bo plentiful as 1 utensils Bowl, vegetable knife.
cherries cut in rings
b rrsTARn pje.
Material Large banana, one; sugar,
one-third cup; milk, one cup: cream,
one-fourth cup: flour, two and one-half
tabh?6poonfuls; lemon juice, one table
spoonful: efgs. two; salt, pastry.
Utensils Measuring cup, table
spoon, pie Pan, egg beater, double
Directions Mix sugar, flour and
salt together in the double boiler and
add the yolks well beaten: pour over
the hot tnil'i gradually, stirring con
stantly until the mixture thickens;
cook 10 or 15 minutes, but stirring con
stantly until the mixture thickens; af
terwards only occasionally. Cool and
add the cream, whipped or plain, lem
on Juice and banana, sliced very thin.
In tte meantime have a pasTy shell
a layer In the bottom of the casserole. which has been baked on the Inverted
: Dissolve or soften the Jelly by stand- j pie pan and turned carefully on to a
!lng In hot water or beating, and put ' plate. FVI w-irh the custard and cover j
' some on the bananas with bits of but- i with a meringue made from the whites
ter, and repeat with the fruit until all ;of two eggs beaten stiff and two table
.la used. Add the aherry: put on tie spoonfuls cf powdered sugar, and lem-
i cover and put into a moderate oven : on extract one-fourth teaspontui. bet
granula'ed sugar, bits of butter and
lemon Juice and bake in a moderate
oven for about 20 minutes. Serve hot
in the Fkina. or they may be cut in
halves lengthwise and baked as above.
Material Bananas. s!x: currant Jel
ly, one-ha'.f g'.aBs; butter, one table-
j spoonful; sherry, two tablespoonfula.
Utensils Silver knife, tablespoon,
' Directions Peel and cut the ba
nanas in halves crosswise and then
in halves lengthwise and scrape. Put
In a moderate oven to brown.
PLANS A TAG DAY
?b white or yellow onea.
They may be used In a variety of
i;n un'(Kkd, s'lcd with orates
and grated cocoanut; ellcd very thin
mid Berved wlMi cream and powrl'-red
or fruit si'gar; added with ot h r frui's,
rlired or cut In cubs. to lemnu Jliy
lemon ejueer. cocktail glasses.
Directions Cut the grapefruit la
halvea and carefully remove the pulp;
drain : remove the pulp from the
oranges In the same manner and put
both into the bowl and sprinkle a very
little sugar and lemon Juice over them.
set in a cold place to harden; sal- ; sicln and seed the gTapea and add to
ads aod ice cream
These are particularly nice for
breakfatit or luncheon Remove one
hei-tion of the skin from the bur.nna
and lay the required number In shal
low pan; sprinkle with a very little
fruit in the bowl, also the banana,
peeled, scraped and halved and cut In
very thin slices. Now cover all with
the grape fruit Juice and a tablespoon
ful or two of sherry or marlacblno;
cover and chill for one hour and Berve
In cocktail glasses with garnishing of
Committee Appointed to Confer
With King's Daughters
Saturday, XTarcli 15
Neck bones, per pound 5c
Pickled pigs feet in vinegar, per pound 5c
Tomatoes, per can 9C
Wisconsin early June peas 1 0c
Corn, per can 7c
Brick cheese, per pound 20c
Buehler Bros.' beet butterine, per pound 20c
Two pound rolls butterine, per roll 35c, 30c and 25c
Picnic haras, per pound 11c
Skinned hams, per pounr 16c
Pork shoulder roasts, per pound "1c
Choice beef roasts, per pound q
1628 Second Ave., Rock Island
At the meeting of the Associated
Charities, held yesterday afternoon at
the Association house, 687 Seventeenth
street, a committee composed of Miss
Dina Ramser, Mrs. "Wirt Taylor and
Mrs. C. T. Dugard was appointed to
confer with a committee of the King's
Daughter's union relative to arrange
ments for the annual tag day for the
benefit of the Associated Charities and
the King's Daughters. These commit
tees will meet and report later on the
plans for the annual tag day.
Th reports of the general secretary
!and treasurer were received, the treas
urer's repot showing a balance on
i hand March 1 of $68.S0. Secretary
Taylor reported on the work done the
, past month and gave a short compari
son between February of this year and
February of last year. Last vear the
secretary received 01 applications for j
aid and this year there were but 15
: applications. This is due probably in
la degree to the mildness of the win
ter and to the strict supervision of
the secretary over those who are out
:of work and to the fact that work has
been found for those who really dt-sire
i It. For the month of February four
new cases and 11 old cases totaling 15.
I were reported. Of these, nine were
j married couples, four widows, one de
jserted wife, one a single man, with a
i total of 54 persons in the families.
; Fourteen were Americans and one col
ored. Applications were made by one
; individual and 14 on the applicant's
;own initiative. Two were reported to
the poormaster and two to other so
'cieties. Employment that should be
; permanent was found fur three per
jSons. material relief was procured
i from two societies and from the poor
1 master for two persons. Relief was
given w'th groceries in 2'.', instances,
: fuel in 11. The causes of disability
rati vi feS'
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To P-lam. th -frta!n Fkin rfmeiiv.
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These are troubles not to he endtjr.d
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the skin. Ir.cc'niparable In ftp benefiis
to tender skin, particularly to li'fants
All druggists se'.l Poslam f price 50
cents) and Pnn:m Kc-ap (price 25
centa) For free samples, write to
the Emergency laboratories, s; West
Twenty-fifth street. New Tork City.
are given as: Acute illness, 8; intem-
perance. 2: old age. 2; idleness or
, shifi let sness. 2; insufficient earnings,
'7, and unemployment, 7.
j The report of the Association house
for February is :
M-n assisted, 7; women assisted,
12; number of pieces of clothing given
out, 03: temporary employment secur
ed for fc; permanent employment se
cured for 1.
Financial Received from sale of
clothhip. $11. $5; turned over to the
Donations A friend, for special re-
j lief, $S: Silver Cross circle. King's
; Daughters. $25: In His Name circle.
King's Daughters, l1 tons coal. Cloth-j
ing: Mrs. Fi ed Titterington, Mrs. H. I
; I. Dooley, Mrs. William Bay, Mrs.
George Foster, Mrs W. M. Whiteside,
!Mis. E. O. Vaile, Mrs. Gertrude Ward
low, Mrs. Anna McGi'.ire, Young & Mc
, Combs, the Visiting Nurse association,
'a friend. Household goods: Henry S.
j Powers. Mrs. S. Dangman. Maga
Izines: Mrs. Day, Miss Margaret Olm
sted. Millinery, Mrs. M. Sosna; jelly,
CO. A. IS INSPECTED;
Co. A, I. N. G., was inspected lust
evening by Lieutenant Colonel C. G.
Davis of the Sixth regiment, and Col
onel L. D. Green of Chicago, Inspector
instructor of the Illinois national
guard. The inspectors expressed
themselves as well pleased with the
condition in which they found the
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E. F. BORN,
T-Totice is hereby given, that on
Tuesday, the first day of April, A. D.,
1&13, an election will be held in th
city and township of Rock Island, 111.,
for the following officers, to wit:
One police magistrate.
Five assistant supervisors.
Five justices of peace.
Placeg for registration and voting
will be as follows:
First precinct 413 Fourth avenue.
Second precinct 702 Second ave
nue. Third precinct 1014 Third avenue.
Fourth precinct 924 Ninth street.
Fifth precinct Court house, east
Sixth precinct 1434 Seventh ave
nue. Seventh precinct 1101 Fifteenth
Eighth precinct 1914 Third avenue.
Ninth precinct Trinity Parish
house, Nineteenth street and Sixth
Tenth precijet Hose house on
Eleventh precinct Schmid's gro
cery store, 823 Twentie'h street. I
Twelfth precinct Twenty-sixth
street, between Sixth and Seventh
Thirteenth precinct 703 Twenty
Fourteenth precinct 3032 Fifth
Fifteenth precinct Peterson's c;:r-
S.eBnht0hP' ?re5Sl;o't7hr.v.! Colds and Builds Up the Body
eighth street. i Without Use of Alcohol or Dan-
Seventetnth precinct 1334 Thirti
Dated at Rock Island, LI., March 6,
SHIRLEY D. FOLSOM,
M. T. RCDGREN,
City Clerk of Rock Island. 111. (Adv.)
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the Armory next Monday night for
drilf work and for a business meeting.
The coming summer shooting tourna
H'OUt will be discussed.
Licensed to Wed.
Johan G. A. Lindstrom Molino
Miss Emma K. Karlsou Moline.
Morris De Smet Moline
Miss Eliza Hillbryck Moline
Walter H. Smith Roodhouse, 111.
Miss Bertha Weipel Chicago
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A mei'tirif is to be held at the East
Moline Commercial club at. 7 o'clock
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Ocean-to-Ocean Highway association
movement. It is expected a number
will attend from Rock Island. It is
proposed to make a canvass among
the farmers between East Moline and
Sterling and to get financial pledges
from them contingent on the roadway
passing their way.
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