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THE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913.
Iar Mrs. Thompson: I am going
to give a hard-Ume party. Can
you give me any nuEgefltlons on how
to decorate the room an'l table for
the old-fa?hion'f:i girl.
Kestoons arid banners of rass, -ill
B'ocklncH and hats paar their useful
ness will be appropriate. If possib e,
take our your n.ce rues and put ) n
old pieces of carpet, t'sc soap nox-fc. sa?.8 Pbp 1b ftiway(! to see me.
f'C and broken old furnlvire. The , , am , wav . nac DV in if.r COmnan v and
labt evening at the monthly meeting. Katherine Yaeger. Marian Brown,
The paper of the evening was given , Carl Repine. Marion Siemon, Oen
by Kev. A. F. Eergstrom of the Flret one Apple, Evelyn Glover, Eugene Bur
' Lutheran church, Moline, who 6poke i ton. Dorothy Kaupke. Gaile Huntoon,
; on the duty of the Christian people
followed by a general discussion of
tre theme. A lunch was served dur
ing the evening.
tab miaiif !' niacjp or noarus iaia i tK -,.11 "ru- t iiv
arrows saw rorseK. and t'.o dunes or!th country and am lone80me for the Tbomas Naab Irvin McGrath, Ernest
Bmh Broch, Dorothy Nelson, Marion
CELEBRATE SILVER WEDDING.
TWENTY LADIES. MEMBERS OF
the Mission society of the German Irc-rr-tnuels
Lutheran church met at the
: home of Mrs. A. J. Hill, 629 Thirty
fifth street, yesterday afternoon in the
monthly session. The silver wedding
: arniversary of Mrs. Henry Clock oe
ci.rs this week and the ladies took
advantage of tie fact and presented
her with a beautiful silver cake bas-
Tlielma Sherer taking the first prirelket. The hostess served nice refresh-
; in the contest and Maud Larrance the j n.ents and the afternoon passed very
: consolation favor. A birthday lunch j pleasantly.
was served late in the evening and the !
jhost was presented with a watch by! PLAN MYSTERY SUPPER.
I his young friends. Those present were j THE SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES
1 Charlie Sherer, Mark Murphy. Frank i of Wrs w G Qglevee and Miss Olive
Murphy. Edwin McGrath Walter Nis-, verger of south Park Presbyterian
sen. 1-red Sherer, Marguerite .mc-; ,i..rrt, . th rhiirch vesterdav
CELEBRATES 11TH BIRTHDAY.
JAMES M'GRATH AT HIS HOME.
"09 Twelfth street, was given a reel
surprise last evening by a company
of his friends who came to celebrate
h:3 11th birthday anniversary". The
evening was spent playing games,
wirh guessing contests and music.
i Grath. Thelma Sherer. Maud Larrance,
1,-okT , b.na. tin. etc. You will I ! company of a good girl such as she is.
' Luckenbihl Lillian Paulsen, Evelyn
and completed plans for a "mystery
svpper" to be given by the classes
1 April 11 In the new club rooms at
able to thinl: up plenty of appropriate
and funnv rh.ngi- a ;u go along
Dear Mrs. Thompson: We are two
pirl frl"tiii i-K'd 1: and 14 year of
Mi, di Will white shoes be worn
lixt hi turner? 2 How can we get
rid of rreckl s" ?.) Ie it injure
the L-nrii v n .11 10 iiw- talcum powder?
1 1 1 Ar v.( ton M to wear ribbons on
our hull? (.".1 Are we too young to go
with the hfi with our parents' con
vent? 1 Win'
I-.arri innl bri"l
Whu' 's a i :t .
a hriih "
ill Ye- ' 1
ml:' in i'i 11 ;nl
and up: tuiriit
! Ii Thi.
lv rmi'-'li. i'ii
1'. i::i n.
cm ;i rt j..-'
N all nrli'
lint".' fi - til
er, in m!wt
is a food remedy for
I am a good boy and a member of the
church and have nothing to do with
other girls. RALPH.
Be friends with this litMe girl, my
boy, birt get over the notion that you
love her in any other way. She is not
old enough to know anything about
real love yet; neither are you. When
you are bo'h old-r when she is 1 and
you are 21 If you still feel that you
love eaf h other, get married.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I lost my
Hudson. Selma Murphy, Mary Cohn, j the cnurch. The names of the dishes
to be served will be given on the menu
veiled to disguise their identity.
Rusie Cohn. Charles Larson,
liiciell and James McGrath.
liiitt-r nailp? (7) 1 mother two years uco and must give
iinl useful prenent for
AH I!I.I"K EYES.
Ti.l.f : grains Fall- '
I 11 ruin .Mix
and 111 .-.-rii 1 ru v i' ii ift
il' n... '.e : 11 t. k ii, i-.lmtit.
1 - ii T'tl-' fi' ci-riut- fur,
liu be "lire it Is orid tjjl
Ml N-r. 1 .", 1 As long as
fri'iidl' ani! not muhy. it'
1 : 1 Vas'-lit'e. 1 7 1 iSiiine.
in--. - ii' l.'urd or (lrf.-,s-li.ilp:
.tit'-d ' 1 1 1 11 . glass
li. y M
hihI In In
th-ii!, ib 1 it 1
! am n ho-
up the home. Will go out west to
viKit a sister, but intend to com-' back
and k' eji house in a few rooms. What
can I do with my furniture" Can it tie
stored and where? How ahou' Ix-d-ding?
What would you advise me to
do T. S.
Put the furniture in a fir'-proof stor
age houH". if you vv:h to keep all of
it. You could sell some by advertis
ing It in the newspa p'-rs or by selling
it to second hand furniture dealers, or
you ru have it auctioned off in the
I inn sorry you mu-- givn t-p your
home. Isn t there ai. - way t.hnt you
car. keep i. w''! r'lcir.e-p or hoarders,
or gettiiiK sotiit iiiniy to share it with
'. 011 ?
WILL PRESENT NEGRO PLAY.
"EYENTN" ON D" OL' PLANT A
tlcn will be presented tonight in the
Memorial Christian church parlors. No
admission will be charged and the
public is invited. At the close of the
entertainment refreshments will be
served at booths. The cast of char
acters for the play:
Uncle Josiah with the tooth ache
Mr - Edwards.
Aunt Dinah Mrs. Hn-ry Schifer.
The darkey with the polish Gerald
The darkey who makes speeches
Uncle Joe Harry Schifer.
T'ncle Joe Harry Scliifre.
Two village belles Lucy Irner and
Uncle Remus with a grievance Al
Two young negroes with eyes for
the girls Elmer Dean and Mr. Wicke.
LUTHERAN LADIES SOCIETY.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
the First Swedish Lutheran church
held a well attended meeting yester
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. C.
Lindgren. 724 Fifth street. After a
short business session Rev. Karl Nel
son gave a short talk and a number
of songs were sung. Refreshments
were served during the afternoon.
GUILD PLANS SUPPER.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE 1
Woman's guild was called at the South j
Park Presbyterian church yesterday I
afternoon for the purpose of planning
for a congregational supper to be giv- ,
en at the church April 18. The sup-i
Ior will be served to the members of j
the congregation in the new club j
BUSINESS MEN TO
AMI I I I I I I I I Hi
I FOREIGN MISSION SOCIETY.
1 MRS. M. T. STEVENS AT HER
j home, 1001 Twenty-second street w as
hostess to the members of the Wo
man's Foreign Mission society of the
, Kir.st Methodist church 'last evening.
, A';cr a short business session the pro
gram of the evening was given con-
Ish.ting of a vocal solo by Miss Violet i
I Done, a paper on the subject, "How
! tht ltnier Court Was Reached'' by Mrs. '
iS J. Ferguson, an instrumental duet The Hair Grower Now Sold in Amer
1 by Miss Violet Doney and Miss Jose-; ica on Money Back Plan,
ipb.ine Cook, a summary of the fifth 1 it's a mighty good thing for the
j chapter of the study book, "China's : v omen of America that Parisian Sage
New Day" by Mrs. A. J. Burton, a pi- can now be obtained in every town
! The Business Men's association will
: have an important gathering on Mon-
! 4- Otunlnn T 1. 1 1 I -. CI QT.l 1 1-1 Vl O
i lected to the state convention of the
Retail Merchants' association. whi:h is
to be held at Alton April 22, 2Z and 24.
BAPTIST MISSION SOCIETY.
Till ltT Y FI V 1-1 !r'.Vi:!:iS !' THE
Wimaii'h Mjou Mni-t of the First
I'i'.ptiHt church were ei.t-Ttained ye:i
te'ilay itt't riionii f the lioiue of Mrs.
.1 Woodiii, '.tJJ First iivenue. at the
-t gular iii i 1 1) 1 iie t-mig Miss Al
wildii Noui.g conum-ted tlie devotiotuil
.! iceh and .Mis. J. L. Ha ke w as
charge of the program which was
on the sacred books of the Mormons.
Mrs. Mil-key gave a paper on "The
l..fi- ol .loseiih Sini'h." .Mrv. CharU-H
llg- on "Kail History of Monin'Uisin."
i f s . A .1 Hulloi k on "Life and Char
lie ,er ot 111 igiiain Vuiing," Miiss Vuung
i n ".Moiiiit.uii .Meadow Mil-:;' re." Mrs.
1. .loin s gae a tiilk on h'-r own
I i rieiii es living among the Mor
iii;ns. Mrs I'lnl Wagner on "Utah's
.Wed ot the dospul." Mrs II W. Recti
on "Mormon I lortrines," Mrs. U. 11.
Koniiiiin on "Moniioiiisiii a Menace."
.Mrs. l.ee on "The Hook of lctrines
i i,. I I'ovenants." Mrs. H tl. Sumini-rs
on "The Pearl o fTreat Price" and
.,:s-t imiiii' on Alliged Miracles in
the Hook of Mutinous" The pastor,
l.r H W Keed i losed the program
v It It pritjer A short business ses
sion was held Mrs Oodin assisted
In Mrs Tliotn.i .lo.:t-i. M.ss Char
li.'te I'e'etson an.' Miss Nell Kahlke
he;tl a linn I- iiiu! a social time fol
A. B. C. CLUB MEETS.
AN KNTHUSI STIC MEETING OF
the recently orgal'.i.etl A H. ('. club
"ns held last evening at the home of
the president. Miss Clara Anderson,
on Seventh avenue and Thirty-ninth
s'reet. A humorous paper on the min
utes of the organization was read and
caused iini' h merriment. One new
n. --tuber was admitted It as decided
to devote part of each evening to
reading and Howard Hell Wright's
"The Winning of Barbara Worth" will
be taken up at the next meeting. After
a short business session needle work
v as taken up and w hile the ladies
sewed jokes and anecdotes were re
li'teii iind added to the pleasure of
t'te .-veiling Kef resh iiient s were serv
ed late in the evening The club w ill
meet next Wednesday evening with
Miss Marrba Carlson.
BUSY BEE SOCIETY.
MI1S. .1 S. MILTON. SECOND
avenue, entertained the members of
the Husy Hee Sewing circle yesterday.
Ho of whom were in attendance The
ladies spent the afternoon sewing at
carpet rags and making curtains for
tne reading room in the new odd Fel
low hall. The treasurer was instruct
ed to pay for the reading room furni
ture that the society has selec'ed. Mrs.
Mil'on served a nice lunch at the
close of the afternoon.
ZION MEN'S SOCIETY.
j THE MEN'S SOCIETY OF ZION
Lutheran church was entertained at
the home of Kev. L. C. Abrahainson,
Seventh avenue and Thirty-fifth street.
The Gold Dust Twins'
TE were amused to heir the praise a grocer paid to Gold Dust
he chuckled, "that they do
y V ways. Of all the many cleaning "stunts", he picked the Gold
Dust Twins at once. "I find.
the work of many more than TWO.
"My customers are mostly wives, who
have to bargain all their lives; each penny
of the household fund, is counted, and the
wasteful shunned. For instance, take the
cleaning time Not pit thm rUoncnn rn-1r
the same. Some seem to merely rub for naught, and some give out,
no sooner bought.
"With Gold Dust, all my people state, the work of cleaning house
goes great. It does so many clever tasks; it does, in fact, whatever
asked, trom kitchen, through and through, to hall; upstairs and
down, the porch and all. Wher
ever dust and dirt collect, it has a
"A 'Home, Sweet Home' is one,
I say, wherein the Gold Dust
fellows play. Their work is fun to
them. They start at dawn, with
some magician's art and with the
sinking of the sun the last mean
job ot work is done.
"Oh yes, I like to recommend, a product that will prove a friend.
Each Gold Dust customer declares that glass and cutlery and'stairs.
end floors and dishes and the rest are cleaned by using it the best!
If dirt be numbered with your sins, my preachment is
jno solo by Miss Creta Currey and a
vocal solo by Miss Violet Doney. After
the program the ladies were invited to
remain for a social hour when re
freshments were served.
LUNCHEON FOR VISITORS.
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AT
her home. 418 Third street, Miss Mary
Peterson entertained at a four course
luncheon in honor of her aunt, Mrs.
Lydia Hallberg. of Wakefield. Neb.,
rt.ti her cousin, Mrs. O. Sunuberg of
Galesburg. who are visiting at the
heme of Mrs. Hannah Shallberg in
Moline. Musical numbers were given
by Misses Lydia Shallberg and Ther
esia Nelson and a most pleasant after
noon was enjoyed. The ladies who
, were guests of the afternoon were
Mesdiimes Anna Shallberg. Lydia Hall
berg. O. Sundberg. E. Shallberg. R.
Shallberg. A. Danielson. O. E. Daniel
son. John Nelson. William Thorns. G.
Olson and the Misses Mildred and
HAVE NOVELTY SUPPER.
THE VOUNG LADIES' CLASS OF
Central I'resbyterian church 6erved a
nc.velty supper at the church dining
room last evening 1o al-out 200 peo
ple Each table was decora'ed to rep
r sent some holiday in the year and
the days represented were St. Patrick's
dav. Easter. May day. Flag day, Fourth
of July, Hallowe'en, vacation period
and Christmas Each table had ap
propriate trimmings and they were
vry unique. The members of the class
served the supper at their respective
tables and realized a nice sum. which
will be used to pay off the bonds as
sumed by the class on the cffUrch
HUMANE AUXILIARY MEETS.
MISS NELLIE BLISS AT HER
home, 1014 Twentieth street, was
hostess yesterday afternoon to the
members of fhe ladies' auxiliary to
the Rock Island County Humane so
ciety, 18 of whom were present. They
spent the time sewing on the sun
bonnets and aprons which are to be
placed on sale in the near future. Re
ports were received from the committee-having
in charge the Bands of
Mercy organization, which work has
met with great success. It was de
cided by the ladies to pay the salary
for another month of the humane offi
cer At the close of the meeting a
r.ice lunch wa served.
IN HIS NAME CIRCLE.
IN HIS NAME CIRCLE OF KING S
Daughters was entertained by Mrs. P.
J. Stack. 1629 Thirtieth street, yes
terday afternoon. Plans were made
for a bakery sale and ciffee to be held
April 17 at the home of Mis Maud
Hartr. 531 Nineteenth street. It was
also decided to continue paying $10
a month towards the salary of the
matron of the Association house. Re
ports were received from the various
committees for the month Just passed
showing much good accomplished, in
cluding the providing of a number of
families with coal.
PUPILS IN RECITAL.
THE PIANO PUPILS OF MISS j
Netavena Steck will appear in recital :
at the Cable music house tomorrow .
afernoon when the following will
t?ke part in the program which is
open to the public: Helen Tremann. i
Feieu McLane, Irene Hammericb, J
No preparation for the hair has
done so much to stop falling hair and
eradicate dandruff and make women's
hair beautiful as Parisian Sage. !
Parisian Sage is the only certain '
destroyer of the dandruff microbe i
which is the cause of 97 per cent of !
hair troubles. j
These pernicious, persistent and de- :
structive little devils thrive on the
ordinary hair tonics. i
Parisian Sage is such an extraor
dinary and quick acting rejuver.a'or
that the Thomas Drug company which
is the agent in Rock Island, guaran- i
tees it to cure dandruff, stop falling 1
hair and itching scalp in two weeks i
or money back. j
It is a magnificent dressing for wo- ,
men who desire luxuriant lustrous j
hair that compels admiration. j
And a large bottle of Parisian Sage
costs only 50 cents at the Thomas
Drug company and leading druggists !
all over America. (Adv.) j
the only preventive for that
'tired feeling"' is good
health. Good groceries tend
to good health and that's j
the only kind I sell. At our ;
store you will find good;
things that will give new
life to lagging appetites.!
K Outfitters J?
km m- . ii
I ills Mat i
Td2 be easy to choose from onr Spring showia. More hats
than we're erer show styles to meet eiwqr, ancy, -to suit
every taste and l&oe
in all the latest shapes and shades the largest display of
Stetson, hats in the tri-cities Stetson Special shown ex.
elasireiy here. v
LI. & K. Special hats in newest styles, $3.00.
showing of hats for men and young men at
Also a great
$2 and $2.50
IMlt OM II lilM I
t ii n niri. i
-1 1 iin iTwib it i i y ji
, ' v l r
fcf II one .up
Chocolate Is a perfect food, as
Prices, t00, SO reasonable wholesome as it is delicious and a fine
' restorer of exhausted power, but H3
quality must be good and it must
rarefull y prepared.
It agr-"s with mothers who are
nursing tiir-ir children or wi'h tlios,
who undergo Htvere mental utrains.
It is swti.ir.g, both to stomach and
brain, when taken in the form of drink
deliver promptly and hold ,he ldst ThiDg before retir""K Ti'-
. , , cocoa tx-ai'. when used as a drink, m
tne prices down so that you much 1 ss exciting to the nervous ;.-
will come back for more ,'m 'h'-u orcon-e and at the same
i me "oii.aiaB a iuu u is:Kr prou-ji-
tion : itii'ritive material a cup .
t hocol&te made with ftugar and milk i.
itsfflf a fair br'-akfast. Good and welt
madp chtxo!at? suite everv ptor:;a h
which re'aics the r-lii-'htesr d'--stive
power an-! no one has been so (j i: k
to recognize this as the army and
navy, it beir.g included in tht-ir ra-
I think I am safe in saying It is ur.i
; versally likod and a kitch- n is poor in
deed which does not contain either
cocoa or chocolate, or both, as there
are so many ways they ran be used in
Chrjcola'e or cocoa is not prop, rlv
cooked by having boiling wat-r potr'-d
over it. In order to brine ou" the f:l!
(and fine flavor and to sc-:re the most
3.con:pk-'.e digectiliiity, the preparation.
as to make the purse laughs
If you can't come to our
store Tel:a-phone West
1093 or 1803. We'll select
the choicest foods for you,
not once but often.
FRESH FRUITS AND
I w hatever it be. Fhiiuld be sub ii red to
th- boiling point for a few miimt.-s at
the very least und Ionizer if piiMtile
over boiliiig wat'-r. In iHis ail on
noisseurs are agre- tj.
IKKI IIIM OI.'I K.
Materials--Milk, three cups: nur.
hocoiate, im-0 an'l cm --hall
jo'iin-i s: siit,ar, lour ia:! spo'tnfuls:
marsblnailows or wliiji;iid (i-ij'Ti.
Dir'rt'ons iJijt niil,-. w,:Uy !(t.,
Chocolate into the doubl- b,oii' r. Wiu-l!
scalding hot beat for u rnin'-te or i .o
with the eg heater. Add si.nr itnd
pinch of salt Ker;;ove froiii the i:r.-i.l.-
bo'ier and stand dir- i.y ; tb"
into the saucepan anil st.lr until well
blended; pour over gradually tin? milk,
stirring constantly and bring to the
boiling jtoint. M'-lt the hoKib't'-, su
gar anil tli'- boiling water together;
i-.dd to tjie aiiove mixture. IVa! the
yolks nii'il tliii-k and lemon colored
and mix vw-i! in ilii.-. Itemove and ion
a liltl'- and add vanilla and the well
beaten whit' s which an- folded In rap
fully. Turn into a buttered baking
dish ami bake in a luoder.-i ti ly hot
own for -."i rnimiti s. Serve with whip
ped i n am.
A. W. Diedrich
Telephone West 1093 or 1803
fire so it wi'l boll we)i o,r ;i
U'es; then K t bark ili'O '':i-
1 oilf-r to cook longer it (.
si-oonful of whipp-'1 cr'ai; u.j
piit a iiifci fchmallow in 'acb
p-j ir oer the hot hoi ola '-.
no r 1 1 oi i i: v i i i
Mfrals f'he-roia' -. .-
i 'ji one ian: .-(,'..- ,
:ip: boibn;- v. ii'i r. o:.e i;
.l.a. o:i"hn!f ' Hr j;.,:jf ,1.
Iir- Mlons I'-.if il.e c-o
An:' hu'.x r a-.d !: 'r i
1 utter a -id ytjr 1 ; i rji .j
the giiitar and g:;j a:iy ;ie t
water. He- over ;i. f a f. ,
'res to a '-.!.; full, an.-! ;!. !.
s'-l.t.y t, tot e a-'.ii'.i a ' ' -, i
Th s sa-i' e .s f.t.e for i,:ri'i n:- -, r
p :5s, i- i r am a.d :,!: ,.-s
.;.--! nuts are add- il o :'.
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Mater-a;-: - i(-:':er. t -i, i(,b! .
l:.s; roi;r. t .' o - poont
wat-'T. t-'C- ';..,:' r, id-1'
fci.r'Ls f-r.; r- . t.-ae-. ;.;r-j
three: var.ilia, i.:ie-iia:f te,...
f'ii: cho oiat'-, one and oa
, Direct ions 1'iit the- butter .:,.
Nature's O vn
Pn!sariic Air tliut 11: b Sore
Mcml.r.:: Destroys Germs
and Siops Morning' Havking
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i. t he v. o'-ld'fi I'r' i-test
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