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TTTE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1913.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Please tell
mo what to do about a boy telling
someone a lie on me. Should I in
quire and find out the one 'who told
It; then tell them what I think about
liars"? Or should 1 jusf let it go?
(2) If onevhas cold hands, are they in
lore? (3) Do yoa think it any harm for
a girl to be Jolly in a crowd? (4)
Should a girl let a boy hold her hand
for a while when he is taking his
leave? Do you see harm in that? (5)
Is it nice for a girl to let a boy kiss
flAr fmnfl.VlVA If aha tlQu lirinti-n Vln.
rood whil h.n h it-,,. . ..J1
gone for months? (6) If a girl was
engaged to a boy wouiu it be all right
for him to klKs her when he1 takes
his leave? Then, if they burtted ud. i
allmilrl tA on arAiinil r.l 1 ; I, ... . - . - '
ill. you know. (7) What is eood for i
perspiring hands and feet; also your '
face? (8) Please tell me if catupnor '
Ice will injure the skin or make fine '
hairs come? (9) What is good for a I
bad smelling breath? (10) Do you '
think Jealous hearted boys or elrls are j
rery good? I don't like them. (It) Is
my writing so very bad? (12) Is 18
toa young to be married? "JOLLY.
(1) If it is a harmless lie, let it pass. 1 1 8m five feet tall. Am I too fat? If
If it is harmful, trace '.t and tell your!80- how can 1 reduce my fat? I am
friends who told it and why it was ' not Verv healthy. (2) Should I wear
told. (2) They say "Cold hands, warm
heart." Cold hands may come from
excitement or "nerves" hut are no sure
indication of being in love. (3)1 like
to tee a jolly girl as Ion;; as she doesn't '
go beyond good taste. (4) No there's j
no harm In that, my dear. (5) It is
permissible. 6) They had a riht to j
kiss if they were n;id und lie is a
' f for fpr;aktng of It to others. (7)
Bathe them often with alujhol or witc h
hazel for the face. 8) It will make
the skin yellow. (9) Eat charcoal tab-
lets and ceo that your teeth and stom-
ach are in irood condition. (10 Tht-y I
are very unpleasant p ople to know. '
TERRY-SILK. 1 served In tlie dining room at 6:30. At
THE HOME OF MR. AND MRS. lne conclusion of tho supper a table
James Murray, 1517 LClaire street, 1 la tlie center of the room was uncov
Davenport, wa3 the scene yesteruay of cred- displaying a beautiful haviland
a quiet wedding, when Miss Sadie eet. which Mrs. II. J. Dawson, on be
Catherine Silk, daughter of Mrs. Kate j
Bilk, and ti;e niece of Mrs. Murray, l
was united in marriage to Harry Ed-!
gar Terry, formerly of Rock Island
and now of Rockford. 111. Dr. Frank
Cole of St. John's Methodist church
officiated. There were no attendants :
as the bridal couple entered the par-
lor together, the bride in e dainty 1 function held by the Christian En
gown cf white silk and lace and carry. deavor society at the home of Mr. and
lng a bridal bouquet of lilies of the i Mrs. C. V. Heduerg, 914 Fourteenth
Talley. After the ceremony a wed- j and-a-ha!f street.
ding dinner was served. Only ininiedi-1
ate relatives of the bridal couple MUNDT-PICKLUM.
were present. These included Mrs. THE MARRIAGE OF MISS ETTA
Elisabeth Terry, the mother of the I Picklum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
grcom, from Moline, nnd Edward Silk, ! Frank Picklum of 1340 West Seventh
brother of the bride, from Chicago, j street. Davenport, to Emil Mundt, son
Mr. and Mrs. Terry left on the noon j of Willium Mundt, also of Davenport,
train for Chicago. They will be at took tlace !ast. evening at 7:43 at the
homo on their return from the wed-
olng trip in Rcckford, III., where the
groom is the representative of the I
Mcline Plow company. The bride L,
a cll known Davenport young woman
who was for some time a member of
the office force of the Davenport Wa
ter company. Mr. Terry resided in
Rock Island until a few years since
when he removed to Rockford.
AN iXUOOU BASKET PICNIC
aupper as a farewell to Rev. and Mrs.
Marton Humphreys ca given by the
raster's Aid society at the Central1
Presbyterian church last evening.
About 60 attended, bringing tiie vi
ands for a big spread, which was
SAFE DtPOSIT VAULT
rTTrTr"TTTi 1 1 nwrBrrirfri 1 rw ifiiirj
V . 4&&f. 1
WE WILL TAKE CHANCES ON
THE BOY'S FUTURE WHO WRITES
HIS CHECK TO PAY FCR HIS EX
PENDITURES. HE SOON LEARNS TO CUT OUT
THE THINGS THAT ARE UNNECES
SARY AND EARLY IN LIFE KNOWS
THE VALUE OF THE DOLLAR
THAT HE HAS EARNED.
4 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS
ORGANIZED "18 9 O
car . vw " - x
(11) It is fairly good. (12) The law
says a girl is old enough to marry.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: What will
make me a little fleshier in the face?
am fle8ar enough but my face is so
! thin that it makes me look older than
i I am. Is there anything that I could
i massage it with without ruining my
Massage the faca gently with any
ood ekln tood- " 19 tne massage
wnic& really helps. Before massaging,
bathe the face in uite wm water.
tntn dash l,n co,d water. Practice
Pufi1nK o"1 the cheeks frequently. If
y" have hild 8ny of TOllr teetn Pulled
have the spaces filled by the dentist.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
13-year-old girl. I weigh 137 pounds.
a lady a corset? Is there anything
that will make my hair curly? (4) Is
my writing bad? FATTY.
(1) You are too heavy. If you are
not very healthy I think it would be
best for you to follow a good doctor's
advice. (2t Ynu should tint war nnv
cor.t t vour A cort uaiKt
! 11 ill
b? better. (3) There is nothing
will make the hair curly if
it Ik naturallv Htraicht. Rub a little ,
9iir (nt tt.o hair at nipht nnri I
wash the hair thorouahly the next da v. !
then brush it dry. In the open air, if
possible. It. will then be quite fluffy,
half, or tte society, presented to Sir.
and Mrs. Humphreys, the latter in
turn responding with heartfelt words
of thanks. Following the presentation
there a.8 prayer meeting and then a
Tonight Rev. and Mrs. Humphreys
wi'.l be guests at another farewell
parochial residence of St. Mary's
thurch. Rev. Father Purtell officiating.
Attending the bridal couple were Mr.
and Mrs. John Orrfimann, the latter
a sister of the bride. The bride wore
a gown of white embroidered crepe
and late and white hat, and carried
a bridal bouquet of white roses. The i
i bridesmaid also were whita, her dress
j being of embroidery and l.ace, with
.white picture hat. After the cere- I
I mony a wadding supper was served!
'at the liome of the bride's parents'
I en West Seventh street, w here some
40 relatives, membiro of tna lmmedi-
file f.imlUes of the young people were
guests. Mr. Mundt Pnd his bride will
go at once to housekeeping on Rock
ingham road and Tine street, where
I liMiliTrff HP.HULL vrntsjjjl
I the groom has prepared a pretty
, home for his bride. Mr. Mundt has
for a number of years been connected
wita tne'nttsDurgft riate uiass com
pany of Davenport.
"THE LADIES OF CRANFORD."
THIS AFTERNOON' THE SENIOR
class of the Villa de Chantal is girins
the play, "The Ladies of Cranforn" at
the music hall of that institution for
the benefit of the children. Tomorrow
evening it will be given for the general
public. The drama is in two acts and
th cast of characters is as follows:
Prologue Elizabeth Maucker
Miss Matilda Jenkyns (the Rector's
daughter) Helen Spencer
Mrs. Forrester (born a Tyrell)
Miss Pole (a friend of Miss Jenkyns)
Mi38 Bettle Barker (a retired mil
liner ) Grace Code
The Honorable Mrs. Jamieson (a
leader in society) ..Hazel Murtaugh
Miss Mary Smith (a visiter at'MiES
Jenkyns' . Mary Ryan
Miss Jessie Brown, (a new resident)
Miss Beth Osborn Dorothy Picrr
Miss Elinor Loring Amy Buckley
Miss Jane Brownson
Fraulein Reiuhardt Helen Dora
Madamoiseile Adele Dubois
(Ycun? Ladies from Notre Dame).
Madamoiseile Beaucharnp (chapa-
rone to the young ladies)
Mrs. Parks (a country woman) ....
Little Susan (her daughter)
Jennie (a country girl)
Peggy (maid to Mrs. Barker)
Martha (maid to Miss Jenkyns) ..
I RUTH'S BAND.
j RUTH'S BAND OF THE EROAD-
! way church hold a most interesting
meeting yesterday afternoon with Mrs.
1 C. A. Schcestel. 1230 Twentieth streat.
I After the opening devotional there
was a prosrem in cnarge or irs. no3
ert Ful'.ertcn. Miss May O'Connor
ve an instructive paper on "The Or-
ganization and Methods of the Mor
mon Church." jIiss Katherine Helm
beck followed with a beautifully ren
dered whis'ling sclo and then came a
well prepared paper on "Sm and
Lacs" by Mrs. H. G. Trent. The clos
ing number was a report by Miss
Rosabel Stewart on the meeting of
the board cf the northwest, r'nich met
at Sioux Ci'y. Iewa, in April. Tea '.vas
served by the Lostass at the conclu
sion of the program. Decorations
were in pink, carnations and applu
blossoms being used wiih. pretty ef
GEORGE R. BROWN OF DE3
Moines, formerly cf Milan, and Miss
Edith Peat, daughter of Mrs. Sadie
Beat, 3221: Twentieth street, Reck Is
land, were united in marriage at noon
yesterday. The ctreinony was per
formed at the home of the mother of
the bride by Rev. M. E. Chatley, pas
ter of Memorial Christian church.
M!t3 Sadie Mocre was maid of hor.or
rnd Lawrenco Brown of Milan, broth
er cf the grcom, was bert man. Tho
bride wore blue si'.L trimmed with
lace and carried, bride's roses. Only
immedlsto relatives were present and
after the ceremony they were served
with a wedding dinner, the decorations
being ro309 and lilies of the valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown departed during
the afternoon fcr Des Moines, where
tho groom is employed on the city
street railway lines.
LONGFELLOW CARD CLUS
THE MEMBERS OF THE LONG-
fellow Card club were entertained i sreal waler Pwer caln al "-eoKUK.
Tuesday arternoon by Mrs. Wiil Ebsr- j Leaves Rock Island Saturday; May 17
!y of Forty-first street. The custom- i at 8 P- m- Ca!! at officc- tooi ot Nne'
ary number of tables was played and ; teonth street- acd reserve berth. Tei
pri.ies were on by Mesdames George ! ephone 1S8 west. (Adv.)
Seaburger, and George Shortridge of J - : :
Rock Island, and Mrs. Henry Beck
of Moline. The rooms were decorated j
with bleeding hearts, snow balls and 1
lili.es and an elaborate luncheon was
served. Mrs. George Shortridge -w. ill
entertain the club May 27.
O. D. L. CLUB.
THE MISSES IVA AND LULA
Schmidt entertained the girs of the
O. D. L. club and a few other friends
last evenins at their heme, 1615 Ninth
street, at a kitchen shower for their
sister. Miss Lily Scktnid. who will
become the bride of Henry Scarctdor
May 21. In the games Mis A?nes
Lamp and Mrs. Neilie Lee captured
the priies. The bride-to-be received
tuany presents that she will find use
ful in her new home.
IVY CINCH CLUB.
MRS. HENRY GEISLER, 150) 8EO
ond avenue was hostess at the meet-
lng of the Ivy Cinch club yesterday
Tk. Q ,oqh
afternoon, lne game was vlayed a
threa tables and afterward a four
course dinner was served. Carnations,
roses and ferns were, used in the deco
rations. First prize was won by Mrs.
John Konosky, second by Mrs. Henry
Tappendorf, and third by Mrs. J. Maas
SCHOOL TO GIVE FESTIVAL.
T ri rw ri' n-rvivri tup
XL "7" ,, ""Ty;" "tr
teacher and pupils of the South!
Heights .chool will give a May fesUval
in the scHool rooms. An interesting
..v.6. Y . Z
large attendance ia anticipated. The
Parents' club wl.l have charge cf the
candy booth. Proceeds from the fes
tival will be used by the club for the .
benefit of the schooL
MRS. HEAD GUEST OF HONOR. '
MRS. TKXSTf. HEAD WAS THE (
guest cf honor yesterday afternoon j
at the Gaetjer residence on Aiken ;
street. Miss Cora Gaetjer being kosi-j
ess. Bridge was played at four tables.
t irst prize went to uaoei rayue ana 1
the guest prize to Mrs. Head. Spring
ficwere-in baskets were UEed in secur
ing pretty decorative effects. Lunch
R. N. A. CLUB DANCE.
THE R. X. A. CLUB WILL GIVE A
dancing party Friday evening at the
Watch Tower inn. Hudd.e's orches
tra will play. The committee in
charge is composed of the Misses Flo
Stcnebraker, Carrie Young, Mildred
Garlock, Leslie Newburg, Hazel Beck
with. Gertrude Bleuer, Hulda Kisten
macher and Lyea'da Newburg.
OAK HILL SOCIAL CLUB.
MRS. WILLIAM FREY, 1616 TWEN-ty-eighth
street, entertained the Oak
Hill Social club yesterday afternoon.
There was a full attendance of the
members, who sewed, partook of a
fine lunch and had a good time gener
ally. The next meeting will be with
Mrs. M. H. Kanary, 16.12 Twenty,
TRINITY GUILD HELD ITS REGU
lar work meeting at the home of Mrs.
V. L. Yellman, S31 Twenty-third
street, yesterday afterncon. There
was an unusually large attendance,
rnd the time was most profitably
DR. H. W. REED YESTERDAY
morning officiated at the marriage of
John J. Hebbeln and Mi6S Ann Law
son, well known Mathersville young
reople, the ceremony taking place at
the First Baptist parsonage.
THE MONTHLY COFFEE OF THE
ladles of the First Baptist church will
be given tomorrow afternoon at the
home cf Mrs. Fred Pollard, 1031 Twenty-third
street. Miss Helen Pollard
will assist the hoEtess in entertaining.
GOWN OF CHAMPAGNE
An afternoon gown o" champagne
colored ciiarmeuse with brown velvet
bandings. The yoke cellar and cufff.
are of Bulgarian embroidery.
ANOTHER" TRIP TO THE DAM
o;mu; jmuiuj aur lume
r C-. TIC 1 - ,L.
Prcpcr Food Put the Troubles Away.
Our own troubles always seem more
severe than any others. But when a
man is unable to eat even a light break
fast for years, without seere distress,
he has trouble enough.
It is small wonder he likes to tell of
food which cleared away the troubles.
"1 cm glad of the opportunity to tell
of the good Grape-Nuts has done for
me," writes a N. H. man. "For many
years I was unable to eat even a light
breakfast, without great suffering.
"After eating I would suddenly be
seized with an attack of colic and
vomiticg. This would be followed by
headache and misery that would some
times last a week or more, leaving
me so weak I could hardly sit up or
"Since I began to eat Grape-Nuts I
I usually eat Grape-Nuts one or more
timei a day, taking it at the beginning
of the meal. Now I can eat almost any
thing I want without trouble.
"When I began to use Grape-Nuts I
wac way under my usual weight, now I
weigh 30 pounds uore than I ever
weighed in my life and I am glad to
speak of the food that has worked the
change." Name given by P(tum Co.,
Battle Creek, Mich. Read the little
booklet. "The Road to Wellville." ia
. ..T,m. . Po
I -d tbe above leUer?
!e genuine, true and full of human
Enroll now for the summer
term at Brown's Business
College, Rock Island. Phone
fa 'g '
MAKING PLANS FOR !
AN ANNUAL EXHIBIT;
Arrangements for the annual manual
arts exhibit, to be closed by the dedi- j
cation of the Manual Arts ouildins. are j
being made daily. The exhibit is to j
be held 05 May 25, 27 end. 23. Invi- j
tations will be sent out for the exhibit !
and dedication on Saturday and the
program and announcements will be
given to the youngsters of the schools ;
tha last of next weak. The program
Lfor the dedication has not been com-:
pleted, but will be announced in a j
short time. j
Owing to the complete program for j
the last week and the interference i
which it will cause with the regular j
school work, school will adjourn one i
week earlier than was expected this !
year. On Monday, Tuesday and Wed-;
nesday, May 26, 27 and 23. the annual ;
exhibit will be held. On Tuesday the i
Junior excursion and class day will j
b given and on Thursday the seniors j
of the high school will receive the '
diplomas. This leaves but one day of j
that week on which school might be '
held without interference, so it was
thought advisable to close the schools '
for the last week of May. The last
day of the school year will be May 23.
Mr. and Mrs. John. Krambeck and
son William of Rock Island visited
the first part of the week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Krambeck,
and sister, Mrs.- R. J. Phelps.
Bert Rosemond transacted business
at Davenport 'Saturday.
Mrs. Emil Belowski and daughter
and Mrs. Ed Frary were Moline visit
Mr. and Mrs. James Perine of Dav
enport were entertained Saturday and
Sunday at the home of Frank H. Mc
Kenrick. Mrs. C. W. Smith and son' Don were
Moline visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Phelps and sons
Harold and Lowell drove to Moline
and Rock Island in their auto for' a
Miss Martha Weitz has gone for a
brief visit at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Edward Johnson, in Genesco.
Mrs. William Gerhardt and son Paul
were business callers in Rock Island
Peter Florin and son Paul and
daughter Clara were Moline visitors
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beckwith of
Davenport visited a couple of days at
the John Holland home. v
arid Mrs. Elmer Eckbe'rg and
son Wallace and Mr. and Mrn. Henry
Eckberg and dauchter Violet of Mo
line spent Sunday at the home of
their sister, Mrs. August Schlueter.
Frank Lannain of Colona was a
caller hero Tuesday.
Uert h rary moved into the nonse
owned by Fred Meeska on First street
R. J. Fhelps I3 home from a busi
ness trip to New Canton, 111.
Licensed to Wed.
Robert J. Pears Moline
Sirs. Etta E. Brooks Moline
Frank C. Detwiler Illinois City
Mrs. Florence Smith . . . Davenport
Fred Smith Rock Island
Miss Lydia M. Kapple Moline
Byron A. Bennett
Miss Elisabsth A.
, .. Oklahoma City
W. H. Ferkel ... South Rock Ialand
Miss Theresca M. Laub ..Rock Island
Bernhard M. Rosenberg-.... Moline
Mis3 Mabel Anderson Moline
Everett F. Lloyd Reynolds
Miss Eva M. Eckhardt :
OF MODISH DESIGN
Combination gowns are
popular for street wear..
The costume here shown
is of blue
of the mode. The skirt, nar;
of blue incire. The waist
and cr6aie brocade siik.
The designer in Brandt of Paris,
Bids will be received at the mayor's
office until 10 a. m. May 24. for the
j construction of a sidewalk around lot
3, Rosenfield aecond subdivision In the
'city of Reck Island. Spc-elficatitns ca
I file at the engineer's offica.
i H. M. SCHRIVER, Mayor. (Adr.)
Air .r . :xk
There's a Vast Difference
between our strictly tailor-made garments and the cheap made-to-order
Buit We believe it better policy to pay out an honest price for tha
making and to ask a fair and reasonable price of our customers. For
$22 to $30 our tailors will fit you out in a beautiful spring suit.
scIuiYe Local Dealer ia Fin
Clothe Taftxix to Order Iqr '
Cd. V. Prica & Co. Chic
ILLINOIS THEATRE BLDG.
Gelatine has many uses in the pre
paration of various detiserts, jellies,
saladr, bherberts and ice3, all the
year round, but proves Itself most in.
valuable when hot weather comes. It,
in itself, is transparent and tasteless
and is obtained from parts of the ani-
j mal which are boiled, dissolved and
converted into gelatine. It will soften
in cold and dissolve in hot water.
Gelatine, although highly nitro
genous, does not act in the system as
ether nitrogenous foods, as a large
quantity passes out unchanged.
In summer time it is wise to use a
little more gelatine than the recipe
calls for or less water. Always dip the
melds Li ccld water before filling aud
i when ready to turn out of the mold.
dip it for just a second into hot water.
These jellias should always be set on
ico or in. a very cold place or running
water to harden.
Spociiiuls when given in a recipe
are always leveled with a knife. If
t the recipe calls for half a package,
measure the whole package; then
measure by level tablespoonfula and
then use the given amount necessary
fcr required recipe. 1 have measured
it many times and have found four
tablespconfuls cf gelatine in a pack
age which wi'.l make two quarts of
liquid or jolly.
There are so many dishes which
have this jelly as a basi.;, it is well to
have an accurate recipe fcr it. Sweet
ened it is fine for all desserts. Un
sweetened it may be used with vege
tables, such as lettuce, tomatoes, as
paragus or any others which are ap
propriate in salads and serve with
Materials Granulated gelatine, V2
box or 'i tablespocnfuls; cold water,
'z cup . boiling water, SVi cups; sugar,
1 cup; 'leir.cn juice, 2 cup.
Directions Soften the gelatine for j
a few minutes in the cold water. Dis- '
Eolve it in the boiling water and add ,
j the sugar. When cool add the lemon
1 juice, strain through the cheese cloth, j
j turn into the wet mold and chill in a ;
i cold place or on ice. Fruits or nuts i
may be molded in this and turned
out on to a dish and served with
whipped cream. Part lime juice with
t'ae lemon is fine.
OKA GE JEM.V.
Materials Granulated gelatine, M
bos; cold water, Vi cup; boiling wa-1
ter; l4 cups; orange Juice, 1V cups;
s'jpar, 1 cup; lime juice, 3 t.
Utensils and directions are the same
r.s in lemon jelly. Instead of turnip'
into a mold, cut the oranges in tee ;
shape of baskets with handles, throw j
into cold water till ready to use, then :
fill with the jelly and stand aaide to i
harden. Or mke a email opening in j
the top of the orange, scoop It out 1
clean and fill the shell with the jelly, i
When cold and hardened cut the or
anges in quarters. This is very at
tractive as a garnbh.
This Is made the same as orange
S deira or Saaturne wine, one cup, and
I one-third cup of orange juice, or all
! wlne v,th tha lemon Ju!cc ma' be
used if desired stronger in Savoring.
Materials Prunes, three-fourths
pound; granulated gelatine, two table
spconfais; water, one-half cup; sugar,
two-thirds cup; oranga marmalade,
one-eighth cup; leuion, one; blanched
almonds, whipped cream or boiied
custard. ' .
Direction s-Av'ash pruna3 carefully
and let stand covered with cold wat
er over nlgiit. Cook In the same
trsAitcc, Gitchcll Kirk
water, adding more if needed, until
tender. Cut prunes in four or more
lengthwise strips, discarding stones.
Soften gelatine In cold water and dis
solve in the hot prune juice; add sug
ar and stir until dissolved; then add
orange marmalade, lemon juice, the
slit:3s of prunes and enough water to
make one cuart In all; decorate a
mold with halves of almonds; cover
the almonds with seeded prunes,
which should be set aside for this pur
pose. When the prune mixture Is
cold and beginning to thicken, put It
into the mold. Set the first in place
by spoonfuls so the decoration is not
disturbed. Serve with plain or whip
ped cream, or with boiled custard.
SILVIS PUBLIC SCHOOL
GRADUATION IS MAY 29
The annual commencement exer
cises of the Sil vis' public schools will
be he'd at the Baptist church in that
village Thursday evening. May 29.
There are four candidates for gradu
ation and the final examinations to
settle the make-up of the class will be
held next week.
The candidates for the class are:
Miss Lillian D. Thompson, Ona F.
Kendall, Myra A. Nichol and Ru
dolph W. Watkins. The baccalaureate
sermon will be delivered at the Bap
tist church Sunday, May 25, by Rev.
J. W. Osborne.
The Journal, a leading medical
paper, advise a good whiskey
thct ahould be kept bandy ia I
case or emergency.
5 U made for medicinal purpoce
: nly; for use in the homa, hos
pital and sickroom. It Is uaoa
and prescribed by doctor,
$1.00 a bottle, at most
Druggists, Grocers, Dealer
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co,
Rococstcr, K. Y.
Don't forget to attend the AUCTION
SALE cf Household Oooda at tho
Burrall Qjp Homestead
Thirteenth street and Third Avenue
SATURDAY, .MAY 17
J Duffy' Pure Malt Whiskey In f
l your home for sudden use. .
M The Journal, a leading medical J
ki paper, advise a good whiskey