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THE ROCK ISITAXD ARGUS, SATURDAY. 'AFRITj 12, 1013.
Dear Mm. Thompson : Please tell m '
:who Is right: I say It In wrong and my
husband says it's no harm for him to
be with other women. He has nlc
children and a good and respectable ,
ife. He says It's no harm for him to :
fr and see another woman, as he cares
"more for her than he does for me. I ;
love him dearly and he knows I do. .
Tut he still fays awful things to me. It.
norms as If he enjoys It to make my 1
heart ache and to make me cry-t-
I do all I can to make my home com
fort able and huppy rnd I always seem
to have lots of friends. He Is aged 34:
1 am 2'j. Jton't you think he is old
enough to j ;irl r what Is right from
wrong He is awfully stubborn and
waniH his v.hvk always.
BROKEN HEARTED MOTHER.
. Poor mother! You've pot hold of
onw of those brutes in human form
vtose (Might Is to torture a helpless
and loving woman.
There's only one remedy that I can
see. Harden your heart and make him
think tha' you are ju t us Indifferent to
him as he says he is to you. Cultivate
your frlendH, dress prettily, j-.nd at
lesst pretend that, you are having a
splendid time without bothering con
cerning him. If he talks about the oth
er woman, laugh at him. If he wants
to stay home with you. tell him you'd
rather he would go out. Keep your
home nice, but get. some other Interest
Yes he 1s rertalnlv old enough to
know better. V'bcn he married you he
promised to cherl'h and proteer you.
He Is not protecting you or h'.it children
when he allows another woman to fas
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have been
going with a jourig man my Mine age
INVITE WOMEN'S CLUES.
Moi.IXE W IVAN'S CI I'B E.K'''
tive bo;ird me- yesterday morning at
the Lunch nnd H"st rooms, 2u niem-if-n
being preM-!!. Forty-two appli-ratl-.iiH
for ineii.hers:; p w re re-eived.
Aiiiiouiieein 'ft was in iilf t'l.it so many
-ve( vs!c ns bad lieeu receive'! from
.lCi , r !ie Iri l'itles cf : d".-,i"' to tle;ir
Mr. Sp iiivlit ill Ins lU. kehs recital
tod.iv. Ilia! decision ha'l been lUM'ie
:i udmit tlie nun a gnes's. I- v. us
''r- ided to ll.vi'e U' !'. u,i- ii'lii
Rock I'laliil Worn. in club- In the
May mei -Hi' hear V. rt. Frederick
A. Dew, piesWici" o' the liliim's Ked
eta'lon. ami Mr? Minnie sti-rr liniiii
ger, Herrelarv cf tile (lenerai Fed
ration of ( lull., m adtire-ii :it tiia!
PRESBYTERIAN UNION SESSION.
D1J K. A. HKSS AND K. A. CU.WV
ferd from the Young People's union
Of Clinton. Lyons and Fulton gave
wry sat istactory and itiM'tring tali.s
last night at the tirst uiietmg of the
Young People's Presbyterian union
llii b w us held :.i tn . nit ! Prenbytci
tan church Mr Cravford oir lined the
work done by the union In Clinton
since its organization In 1S:1. li is
a very live society and might well
perve at' a tiled-I re; the 1m ai one The
have meetings every two months with
ftn attendance of nceral hundred This
nithiiNlasni helps not only the union,
but the individual society.
- Dr. Bess npoke on the topic of ser
le. He said that there were three
things which should exist in such a
body, confidence In each other, an en
thusiasm which gives and methods.
These thlngn are necessary, but are
worthless If the society has lost the
vision. Life is more than the body
and it appetites nnd intellect. If
these are cultivated nnd nothing else
U'lnsed that which makes life worth
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT
' Th Orriiin treatment for the drink
habit can be used with absolute con
fidence. It destroys all desire for
r blsky, beer or other alcoholic stim
ulants. Thousands have successfully
Used It and have been restored to
lives of sobriety and uaefulneus. Can
bs givsn secretly. Costs only fl per
hex If you fall to get results from
Orrlns after trial, your money will
be refunded Ask for free booklet tell
ing all about Orrlne. Harper Hons
pharmacy, H. O. Kolfs. proprietor.
I V I I I I I 1
"TRY Speidel's Drug Store FIRST"
with;its largest and
best stock of : : :
Drugs, Patent Medicines and Sundries
V. 3s" ,
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for ten years and feel he ought to mar
ry me, as he has talked a great deal
of it, and I have everything a girl
needs for housekeeping: also money;
and ho has l:e. But there is something
1 don't know why he car.not make up
his mind to make a home. I am get
ting disgusted, yet I think too much of
hiru to give him up. He hivf he loves
me and will never mnrry anyone but
me. Hut people are talking about us
and 1 feel ashamed of going with him
ho long. Will you please tell me the
best thing to do? (ih A'K P.
Ten years is a miphty long time to
wait. I think I would give him the
"Brand bounce," Grace.
Dear Mrs. Thompson (11 I am a
young man of l'. and have been keep
ing company with a young lady one
year my junior, for about ten months.
Wishing n discontinue my p.ffeetlons
toward her, as I know it is in vain, how
could 1 do so without making her un
happy? ('.'! Should n rine be given as a pres
ent to a girl before she is engaged?
(1 ) A girl of IS soi.n gets over an nf
fiilr with a 1 : of 1!'. Her feelings
won't be lt-rt tor lo'ir, "T. C." if you
drop out of her li'e right now, and
vour affections elsewhere. (-)
i while Is missed. Each must dedicate
hirnself to the Spirit, worked out
through the body and the mind and
then shall be gained something which
is immortal. It is for this that the
society is banded together.
These two practical and inspiring
talks uere accompanied by musical
numbers from several members. At
the siiurt business meeting, a commit
tee was appointed to make arrange
ments to continue the lecture course
wtih i: was undertaken l:ts-f "inter by
tiie Broadway Young Pi ople's siety,
but en ;i larger sc.ic. After the busi
ness meeting, the society entertaining
had provided a sociable and the rest
of lie ''.11.111' WIS pell- j!' eetliilg
better aciiuaiutiul. The next meeting
will be held in June, w h -n another
intereht ing program will be prewired.
AUGUSTAN A ALUMNI ELECTS.
THE TRlt'lTV v : ST ANA
Alumni a:socia'ion held i:s annual
!:: .in-, -il Mill..;.' I. a : i: the Ilen'K
iiaun Memorial library !:s-t evenmg.
w hen fb' ers fur tiie veer wore elect
ed as follows:
President (). Car'berg.
Vice P'esidei t-- Profesor William
s'ei retary Professor Anton T'dden.
Corresponding Secre'ary - Emil
Treasurer -Miss Cotta Bartholomew. ;
Id-ports for the year were (submitted
and plans were discu. J for proinnt
Ing the work of the association. After'
adjournment refreshments were serv-'
ed and the evening sp'tit in a social,
MISS KVA B SMITH OF GIRARI).
Ill . and Amos Irvis of Broughton. 111.,
were married Thursday evening a'
r :'.i at the New Harper, the Rev.
(J. 11. Cady of the Watertow n Metho
dist church performing the ceremony.
The only attendants were Miss Col
son and Orvll Barker, both of Water
town. A wedding dinner was enjoyed
at the Harper after the ceremony.
The bridal couple have been employed
for the last several months at the !
Watertown sta'e hospital, but left yes- j
terday morning for Broughton, where
they wi'.l go on a farm with the bride
groom's parents. The bride is very
musical, possessing a sweet soprano
voice and was a member of the choir
of Watertown Methodist church.
HAVE MYSTERY SUPPER.
THE GIRLS BEU)Nt;iNi; TO THE
Sunday school classes of Mrs. W. G.
Oglevee and MIbs Olive Berger of
South Park Presbyterian church serv
ed a mystery supper at the church
last evening . There were six tables
each decorated with a different color
and waited on by four girls. The ar- j
tides of food on the menu were con- j
i cealed under mysterious names and :
' this occasioned much merriment. Fruit
label books were sold as were candy
' and popcorn and the girls will clear
about $20. The proceeds are to be
; used to help defray the expenses of ,
the church improvement. )
parties for miss bosold. " j
MISS BEATRICE BOSOLD OF
this city, whose marriage to Andrew
Lagomarcino of Davenport is an event
'of next week, has been the nonoree
at a number of pre-nuptial parties of
ithe past week. Mrs. Joseph Lagomar-
lf;no ar her home in the Jansen flats,
'Davenport, yesterday entertained 10 ;
i ladies at cards with the prizes in the j
camea co ns: to -Miss feieua .lgg oi ;
i bavennort and Mrs. H. E. Gelhart of
'this city. The house was prettily dee
i orated with red and white he-arts and
'streamers and red carnations were
!u.-ed for the centerpiece. Carnations
. were aiso given as favors.
Muss Stella Nigg was a dinner host
ess Thursday evening at Fejervary !
park in honor of Miss Boaold, and af- j
ter the serving cf a dinner the evening
was spent playing cards with the ;
prizes going to Miss Beatrice Bosold i
and Miss House. j
Wednesday evening Mrs. F. G. Ittr j
ner of 10 Twenty-first street, enter-
tair-ed at a card party, also in honor i
of Miss Bosold. when 10 ladies were 1
the guests. Lunch was served after
the card games
Miss Wilma House, at the Schricker
flats in Davenport, last week enter
tained for Miss Posoid, the ladies
spending tfie evening over cards,
which were followed by a nice lunch.
U. P. LADIE3 ELECT.
' THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
the I iiiiPd Presbyterian church met
yesterday afternoon with Mrs. J. L.
Vance, 1 1 4 Fourteentli-and-a-hall
s'rect. The secretary's report was
read end ihe officers lor the year were
eic?cted as follows:
I'resi'it nt Mrs. D. J. Witt.
Vice president Mrs. J. D. Wnmock.
Sec; tary and Treasurer Mrs. E. C.
After the business matters were dis
cussed, a deligh'ful social hour was
spent Miss Esther Blakcmore gave sev-
j ral piano selections. Light refresh-
monts were served hy the hostess.
DAUGHTERS OF NORVAY MEET.
! ItAl l HTERS OP NORWAY MET IN
regular stssion Thursday at ihe home
of Mrs. C:.Tie Wigers in Moline. The
i usupI business was transacted and re
! freshinentf? were served. The next
' meeting will be held the afternoon of
May S at the home of Mrs. Frank Lar
son in this city. Matters of Import
ance will come up at this meeting
C. I. X. CLUB.
THE MEMBERS OF THE C. I. X.
club were delightfully en'crtained last
evening at the home of Miss Helen
Herrstrum. 11J2 Twenty-fifth street,
Moline. The usual social time was en
jojed and the hostess served light re
freshments. The next meeting will
be in two weeks at the home of Miss
Leoua Liudberg of Moline.
! Mrs. S. B. Stoddard left this morn
SPEND DAY SEWING. ll;g for Mouticello, Iowa, to visit her
THE LADIES OF THE FIUST BAP- , daughter, Mrs. C. C. Marshall. t
tist church held an ail day work meet- Mr. and Mrs. James V. Maucker de- j
ing at the church yesterday. A large parted this evening for Macomb, where j
:iiunib'rof ladies was present and the they will spend Sunday at the home!
day was spent in sewing,
picnic lunch was served.
At noon a
RALLY AND BANQUET.
THE FEDERATION (TAB OF
Edgewool Baptist church will bold Its
first rally and banquet since organiza
tion in the church Tuesday evening.
April 15. when W. B. Mclntyre will
be the speaker.
TEACHERS HERE FOR
WERTS PENSION BILL
At the meeting of the Twin-City
Teachers' club in Moline yesterday af
ternoon action was taken favoring the
leathers' pension hi 1 introduced in
the leg.slature by Representative E.
L. Werts of this district.
TO WED IN AUTUMN
L .- .. .v''':i
Annie Kay Smoot.
Senator and Mrs. Reed Smoot
Utah have announced th? engagement
of their daughter, Annie Kay Smoot,
to G rover Rebeutisch of Silt Lake
'City. The wedding will take place
early in the autumn. The family ex
pects to remain in Washington until
! the close of the ex;re session and
then return to their ealt Lake City
home, where, in the house where The;r
- 'v x
; ,i - . ; & - s
Special Meeting to Consider the
Plumbing Ordinance Proves
One of the stormiest sessions ever
held by the city commission was stag-
lea jast nignt, wnen a special meeting
was called to consider the new plum!)-J
ing ordinance. Master plumbers, jour-!
representatives from the
Joers, Architect Cervtn, and the com
missioners entered into a wordy battle,
which lasted over four hours. 'When
the white flag of trure was hoisted
matters were still undecided, but the
participants were too wearv to con-
tlnue the discussion
The variou-s plumbers had been in
vitea to auena tjie special session for :
the purpose or offering suggestions'
as to how the proposed ordinance ;
could be improved. The bone of con- ;
tention was the "S" trap vs. the j
"drum" trap. Other sections of the!
ordinance were sett'.ed in an arnica- J
We manner. '
; The journeymen denounced the "S"
' trap as unsanitary. They contended
! that such an arrangement permitted i
' the escape of sewer gas in a manner '.
' detrimental to health. They further !
maintained that the "S" "rap was a I
i relic of bygone days and improper for
j use in a civilized community. I
; The master plumbers, then thor-l
onghly aroused, retaliated by saying J
I that the fight of the journeymen for
the drum trap could be traced to the i
i fact that much more time was con-1
sinned in Installing it than the "S" j
trap. Argument were warm, both pro
and con. When "the meeting had ad-
journed, no action in regard to the
matter had been taken ry the com-'
mission. The ordinance was again '
considered today, but up until press
time was still haniig fire. ,
DEMENTED YOUTH IS j
FOUND IN OLD TANK;
Michaelie Pustenlik, a Polish lad, 22
years of age. was found standing in a !
tank of water in the rear of a brick I
jard on Twenty-third avenue, Moline,
this morning. He was clad only in a
shirt and trousers, and wore a wagon
neck yoke on his shoulders. When
discovered, he was playing an imagln-1 "The narrow, drcped skirt will be
ary harp. This afternoon the author-,tlie favorite exdusivp mode, pre- crv
ities .took him into the county court iaS tliP lnS. fl'-m linos of the iigure
to be examined as to his sanity.
i Personal Points
F. P. Huff of Rockwell, Iowa, is vis
iting in the city.
Postmaster H. A. J. McDonald is in
Chicago for a fi .v days on official busi
ness. Mrs. C. C. Carter and sons Richard
W. and Crawford C. are at Uie Hotel
Yen dome. San Jose, cal.
;of John Lawyer.
William Pettit is recovering nicely
from injuries received a few days ago
by a fall from a wagon on Market
square, and is now able to be out of
i DR. H. M. PFTTfT.
W. B. Pcitit receive p. telegram this-i
J morning announc'ng t.he death of his1
I brother, Dr. H. M. Pettit of Carroll--
town. Mo. Dr. Pettit had been visil
j ing for the past two months at the
j home of his sister, Mrs. Belle Mathews
j at Frederick, Mo., and it was then?
j that he died.
MRS. 'HKI.F F. HOWEN. j
Relatives In Rock Island have re
ceived intelligence of the death in
Chicago of Mrs. Charles P. Bowen,
who resided in Rock Island for many
years, but who for the past 18 years
had lived in Chicago. The deceased
leaves with her husband, a daughter,
Mrs. F. J. Feeney of Chicago, two
sons, Charles B. Bowen and Benedict
Bowen of Chicago, together with a
sister. Mrs. Gene De Santaline, also
of that ciy. The funeral will Le held
Notice to Contractors.
j Bids will be received at the mayor's
j office 9 a. m., April i'l. 1913, for paving
J of Fourteenth street, from Nin'h ave
i nue to Eighteenth avenue, with as
I phalt. Plans and specifications on
file at office of city engineer. Con- j Xo matter how well milk has been
tractor will be paid in bonds bearing bandied up to the time it was deliv
5 per cent Interest. All bids must be ' ered at the door, it cannot be expected
accompanied by a' certified check orlo keep if carelessly handled by the
cash in amount of 10 per cent of the housekeeper. If it is turned into a pan
bid or pitcher the pan should be tterilized,
HARRY M. SCHRIVER, j covered and kept in a cleaE, cool place.
President of Board of Local Improve-1 New milk should never be mixed
men.s (Adv ) ; vIth 0,d' ur-less !t is t0 oe U8ei at once,
' J as old milk will cot keep as well as
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received at the mayor's j
office 9 a. m., April 21, 151S, for paving j
of Fourteen'h-and-a-half etreet from
Seventh to Eighteenth avenues, with
asphalt. Plans and specifications on
file at office of city engineer. Con
tractor will be paid in bonds bearing ;
!o per cent interest. All b.ds must,
I be accompanied by a certified check
, ' cr cash in amount of 10 per cent of
I i-ce Dia.
HARRY M. SCHRIVER.
! President of Board of Local Improve
'; ments. (Adv.)
Weekly Bank Statement
New York, April 12. Bank state
ment: Clearing house banks and
i trust companies hold $15,'XiO,0'0 re-
, serve Is excess of h-cal reqjiremen's. '
WORTH, FASHION DICTATOR, DENIES POSSIBILITY OF CORSETLESS
WOMAN; DECRIES APPEARANCE OF FREAKS IN FEMININE ATTIRE
ft 'xS V (v-w vi i
Costumes of latest French design showing modish tendency toward narrow, draped, hlp-elimlnating skirt, three
quarter waist line, small sleeves, liw collors, and two-tone suits.
New York, April 11. The corsetless 1
figure and tJie bifurcated skirt as f eat-!
,,' . . . !
tires of woman's attire are decried by j
Jatlu "rJi. who is sojourning;
here. Jacques tpcaks with authority, !
for he is a member of thnt famous j
House of Worth which from its head-!
quarters in Paris dictates the fashions ;
cf the world and, incidentally, Of :
He declares that the narrow draped
skirt be lh exclusive mode, that
the ""'a-ist line will be moderate in its
height and that two tore suits.
garian tints, and Bulgarian blouses!
will be all the race.
M. Worth expressed himself on wo-1
.meT's dress m t,he following fashion:
I and eliminating hips.
"The waist line will not be high up
under the bust, nor will it be quite; even a stout woman more personable
natural, but just between the two ex- ;thau 6he could be In any other sort of
tremes what we call the three-quar-! dress.
ter. j "i think the American woman has
'Sleeve; will remain s trail, and t!:-.'
long sleeves, hangiiis lose from the
fozS. 7 ' -;?
,1M . , . . . . , . . ..
What Is needed today is Instruction
for the average housewife in the care
if milk in the home. She needs to be
taught what a valuable food clean mill:
She should be able to tell why hot-
t'e milk is safer to use than milk dip
ped from a can. Not until one morn-,
ing when I saw my milkman riding leis
urely along drinking from the ten of -a
large can, and perhaps turning w hat
v.os left back into it, did. I realize the
impor'ance of having bottled milk at
once in my family.
The housewife should know why cer
tified milk is the only safe milk to u-e
unpasteurized and why all other miik
should be pasteurized. She should be
taugat to know that bottled milk show
ing particles of dirt in the bottom of
the boTtle is an unsafe food to use. The
milk should le thrown av:y nnd the
milkman delivering such a product
should be dismissed,
i The study of the milk problem by
the housewife is one of the important
points to be considered today in the
clean milk campaign, for milk has no
equal in good food value.
Bacteria are thickest where there is
dirt and decay, consequently every
thing shou'.d be kept clean and cover
ed to keep 'he Paver. ! k'n . a tem
perature of 50 degrees or less It will
keep for 12 hours or more and often
Milk '? a well-balanced, nutritious
The best for nursing mothers;
The best food for the weaned baby;
The n.ost necessary food for chil
dren; .An economical food;
When cian. it is a safe feed.
Has no waste.
Requires no cooking.
A rrxi( f--,;;d f- t 'he sick.
Tb best focd for Infancy to old age.
Cer. be used in the ir.r.kin? of manv
1 boulder and ending in a point, will be
vopular for evening. Low collars will
be generallv worn."
"But what about the slit
m;r.y women are wearing
York?" was asked him.
"We io not make the slit skirt." he
enunciated, the emphasis on the royal
pronoun quiet, yet marked. "But I do
not wonder that it is worn by some.
What else was there to do when the
hobble skirt w as drawn so tight as to
; prevent all movement?
! "We. the house of Worth, never
Bul-!n:ade the extreme hobble. How could
we? It, is so ugly, so ungraceful, po
umerlv imnossible. bindinc the feet of
ihe v enrer in such a way that har
monious movement is out or me ques-
"But the narrow skirt Is charming.
It will be worn for a long time to come
because it makes a woman look 6ien
der. Properly cut and draped it makes
naturally the loveliest figure of any
v.o:nau in the world. She is tall and
1 denserl milk or any proprietary or pat
I f tiled food.
An easily digested food.
And the most valuable food for gen-
( r;:l use in the home.
'Po'i!l be pi
r!i-!' of di
i there is cne little word that
f iionld be prefixed to this imnortant
diet it should be "clean"
your fault if it is dirty milk.
i-ith the housekeeper to de-
n-.;nd clean milk. It is then un to her
to keep this milk clean in her home.
, ,,- , ..
I oo not believe there is a housekeeper
f ,(i;ly who, knowingly, would tolerate.
d;r'y miik filled with disease bacteria
ami carrying to helpless infants and
t'l.-itchtk-s.s adults death instead of
Materials Milk, one pint;
three: sugar, four teaspoonfuls;
one pinch; nutmeg.
L'tensils Custard cup, measuring street, and contains nearly
cup. tablespoon, baking pan, 'egg beat- square feet, of floor Fpae. it has sep
cr. 1, owl, pastry bag, star tube. arate hhIcs rooms for new and us'id
Directions Beat the eggs without pleasure cars and tnu-l-, a garage,
spiirating until light and well mixed. ' machine shop, paint sieip. and a stock
Vid sugar and salt and beat a very lit- room, where !.s kept lujliae paxts
tic more. Now pour in the milk, mix: of every Kibs'l Kar model evf r built,
all together and fill the custard cups The building is thr-e s'orles high and
two thirds full, shaking a little nutmeg occupies a sit-i U'Ux'.l'J. 'Adv )
A Salary Raise
Let the German Trust & Savings Bank help you
secure a raise.
Set aside $2, $3, $5 a week as much as you
can and deposit it here at compound interest, thus
creating out of your salary a fund which vill yield
an income you would consider a liberal salary raise.
The saving of this money will have a steadying
influence which vill increase your value to your em
ployer. The plan works two ways. Try it.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
long of limb, with sloping shoulders
and narrow hips. She has a beautiful
neck and arms. I bcih've that sho
ran wear beautiful clothes more beau
tiful' than the woman of any other
land, and I jr'Ter to dress hor. Even
the American shop girl is charming."
"How about the rumor that wo shall
leave off corsets?"
"When men go about barefooted or
with their collars removed, women will
stop wearing corsets."
"And there is another prediction
that women will shortly como U
"That, too, 1s out of the question,"
M. Worth declared with decision. "Tho
hoopskirt, the bustle, and the balloon
sleeve are three other modes which 1
prophesy will never return,
"The colors whidi will be chiefly
worn are peacock blue and emerald
green," he vouchsafed. "Also what I
call tlie. 'middle colors' will be much
liked; those come in between red and
yellow, rusHet and brown. In Paris
the two-tone suits the coat of omi
color, the eklrt of another are much
liked. The Bulgarian tints nro of the
mode, alto the Bulgarian blouses."
over the top of each. Stnnd them in
'the baking pan, partly filled with boil
! ing water. Put into a moderate oven
i and bake until they are set. Try with
the handle of a silver leaspfon stuck
i into the center of the custard. If the
' handle comes out clean th- custard la
i done. Remove from the oven and
! serve cold.
1 Now, for a change, use four eggs, a
quart of milk and one-fourth cup of
! sugar and proceed as above. Pour this
.into a baking pan and sprlnkb; with a
litt'o nutmeg. Cut throe or four slices
of bread and butter them. Hip butter
1 ( d side Into litielv hopp I pecan or
walnut meats and lay nut side over tho
custard and bake as in tlie above re
cipe. This has line food value.
Kissel Kar Company to Open Largs
Tho largest automobile -ervb e build
ing In Chicago and, wi'h onu excep
tion, the largest in tho Fiiited HtaU-s
devoted to the sale and care of one
make of automobile, will be formally
opened today. It is the ne-v structure
of the Kissel Kar Motor company at
Wabash avenue and Twenty-sixth
A better and cheaper food than ccn-
' i take place.
deposi's increased $2,W,000.