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THE ROCK: ISLlAXD 'ARGUSr' FRIDAY." MA'T 30, i9iS.v
W.EiX.OT OXLY EXTEND credit; cconinwdauon
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rjl $330 Cash
S350 mCLSl " 'r monthly but our credit p"lan exclu des all disagreeable. embarrafssln'g
-, . features : thct are 'an' insult to hones t -peopled Your irrtngenieiit with as.
.lsvansoiuieiy connaentiai. it eliminate an tne annoying :iegi pamicu
that most stores give your affairs. Anyone having eve- liad Ibis, experience ;,
,-.knaws hqw;embairassmg it is." We.want".our relations .with "our patrons to '
be pleasant our 'progressive credit plan does not allow It to be otherwise.
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t Dear Mra. Thompson: (1) Will you
please tell me tow to make my neck
white? It Is very yellow. (2) What
will remove blackheads? (3) Are op
era cloaks being worn? (4) When?
5) Will large hat be worn thls.sum
tner? (C) Will pleated skirts be wore?
; THANK YOU.
(1) The cauui of a yellow neck is
.a tight, h'ga collar. Wear your collar
loose; better still, wear ncne at all.
Give the neck a chance to grow nat
urally. After washing it with hot
Water and a good toilet, soap, at night,
.tnassage U, well with a good cold cream.
In the morning, after bathing, dash
fold water over the neck, then anoint
It -with lemon , juice. You can powder
fbver this. If the lemon juice itself is
too strong, d'lute K with a little witch
.basal. 2; Plenty ;of soap and wafer
fend cold creaming. Rub the cold cream
well Into the skin after washing, then
Wipe off .every bit of it. i Then prick
expect too much of a girl, but 1 don't
expect any girl better than my moth
er. And I tire? of-any placer m fact
nothing does interest me long. I hare
been here only a. short time, and
want to leave now. Can you from this
letter get any idea as how to advise
me? Do you think there is any such
thing as one being loyal to another for
ever? I write just as I am, so you can
answer me just as you think.
I may be mistaken, but it seems to
me that you must be Quite young. It's
f he blackheads with a stenl.zed nedle i only the very your-g who are so very
, and gently squeeze them out. Take sure of everything concerning thera-
i plenty of baths, exercise outdoors, eat selves. If this is so. you have plenty
plenty of vegetables and fruit and no j of time to wait until you meet the
rich gravies, pastries, fats or candies. sort of girl who will be just as much
(3 and 4) At the theatre or any dressy i to you at the end of every month as
evening entertainment. (3) Yes. (C) f she is at the first. There are a great
To some extent. many good girls in this world most of
them are good. - Because you have
; Dear Mrs. Thompson: How does a (found some with faults is no sign that
Tellow feel when he feels all feeling ) all ;rls are alike: the food ones sim
jid'e?. I am 26 yars old and have met
' and been with a thousand pirls. I
': fcave mot them all over the glooe. I
j Jiava never seen a girl that I could
; really love. I love to go with them.
Am 1 a thoughtless, don't-care kind of
a ffflow? The one desire of my life
, is to1 hare, a good girl and a nice lilttle
home' I make good money; go in the
' best, society. I have come nearest lov
t lag a girl in a department store.
; Where would you advise a fellow to
look for a good, sweet girl? 1 am con
, ildered a nice look'ng young man.. I
. have never been refused an engage
ment with any girl. It is not that I
ply don't put themselves in your way
and you will find them too modest to
make any advances to a man especi-
ally a man who is a rover and never
stays in one place long enough to get
really acquainted. Wherever you go
you will find places an people much
alike. Better make up your mind to
look for the happy, pretty things near
at hand, instead of thinking that things
mutt be nicer some other' place
Force yourself to stay in one place
leng enough to g?t really acquainted
with the best things and the best peo:
pie there, and you won't, be so anxious
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ETUDE CLUB PROGRAM. Inembered " the
A MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAM -.-cn..... i... .
scci?ty by eendins
fwas f,!vea yerterdiy afternoon b:';
aenbr-rs of th Etude club at the!
' loruo cf Mr. Alphonf c H2.3ebr.cck, 129 !
West Elrvcnth stre-t, Divcnport. i
Guetts were invited to Iistrn to thi !
program and the company was 6erved j
wiin rciren-i.enis at us cicse. 1 ne 1
e-s bervea rei.csnmeais.
PARTIES ?OR E.1IDE ELECT:
MiSo IJA13 I'AKKJiK tJ: DAV
enptrt, .hcse marriage io A. U. Ue-rvi-nei
per 01 Kjb Mci.ne, will taka
place June ii, ..as entertained at a
0 Mrs. Waiby Dug-
... . . , , . ! Pb i l.-Oi Urtatje avenae. l)aven-
Mrs. Alfred Muj U.r, 5.10 Ripley street, ; ... . . , ', D
4 ' pen, V'elnesday even.ag. Mi3 Par-
iDivenpcrt, when Mrs. Mueller ana ; ... . , ,.
:. 1 , , . , ,, , i ker w ill be th houcree at a Mnen
Mrs. Carl Lambach will give a pro-1 , , . .,
' w.t hi j M I shower on June 3, given by Mrs. Gus
itsam of b'.rde. butterflies and flowers ' . ' , . ' . ,
. , DoSt.repi.ier and Miss Josephine De-
music. The program is: . . w ., j A .
n, ! Schepper of Mcline, and Thureday,
suitc then now's the time to act.
tion are positively unsurpassed
ining Room Suite
Extension Table Five Diners and Arm Chair
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IF THERE'S a family, within 'one hundred', miles of
Davenport in need. of a ;new up-to-date dinine'. room
quality, value, terms on tnis com tana-
The Pieces Consist Of r The Price $37.50
The above illustrated Buffet, Ext an-
sion Table, five Dlnsrs and Arm Chair
good " sturdy, handsome mission
pieces, everyone. Harmony of. design,
beautiful finish, substantial constsuc-
tells a 'story of buying power that !s
only! explained by oiir connection with
2 other bigy wide-awake" . furniture
stores a new move Ion the part of
FRANC that, will save our patrons
thcusands of dollars a vpar: N'n rrmt.
tion Piece this outfit way in advance " tP how small, or llr- voiir -myrrha
you 11 see-the pr'ce-duferen-e in your
of anything ever before ; off ered in
Davenport within $20 of the special
price. We're not overstating the facts.
Try to match this suite and : you 11
prove to yourself that now, more than
ever, prices are the lowest.
faor, rtrikicgly- evident throughout
our ' store-all crowded wiiii new fair
household -goods. - Don't fcrget-pur-chased
and priced on the new - low
basis , ' . ' '. ''''
or young couples -about- to be married
srasp this opportunity. -' This Is your
'' one' big chance to buy'.a- Dining Suite
in the latest niission style for so little
- money.1 You will- perhaps -nev'et' be
. atle to duplicata it later on,-iwithout
paying $20 to $30 niore-there's the
. rul. ' Wo . are- for'unale in securing
this lot at' an exceptionally lpw . price,
and we're glad to have our patrons get
th- benefit. It mak.rs good v. ill for us
- .that money . can't buy We -can't ba
' too- emphatic in bur warait!-;. so save
when the price will bo only $37.50.
Terms $3.00 cash, $1.00 weekly. .
: a) "rlscherlu-d" Ribellus
j b) "Caprice" ..Serumann-Pasaninni
: Mrs. Rose Oberholtzer.
; a) "8cng of Spring" .... .Neidlinser
'. b) "The Merry Brown Thursh"
; Dudley Buck
Mrs. Carl Lambach.
. ) Gavotte Go3sec
b) Souvenir Dudla
: c) Walts Kreisler
Mrs. Florence Friestadt-Lee.
Impromptu C sharp minor
; Hugo Re'.nhold
Mrs. Oswald Becker.
"We Speak to Men, from If I Were
King" Justin McCarthy
Mrs. L. C. Canterbury.
a) "Du bist die RuU" Scdubert
b) Haiden-Rosleli" Schubert..
Miss Ruth Bennett.
Miss Carrie Ellen Bowies, daug nter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Bowles,
and Henry Beckman, both of Moline,
rer married Wednesday alternoon
. at 3 o'clock at the parsonage of the
Second Congregational thurch, the
r Rev. R. S. Haney being officiating
clergyman. The double ring ceremony
cas used. The attendants were Miss
r-Nellle Jaxnieson and Samuel Bowles,,
.brother of the bride. The bride's dress
-, wa of white messaline and she wore
a large white bit. Her bridesmaid
rcore- a light blue silk crepe gown and
white hat. After the ceremony a
fwedding supper was served at the
(home of the bride's parents In South
Moline. Mr. Beckman U the only son
(of Mr. and Mrs. August Beckman, 536
Eighteenth avenue, and is a wood
worker with the Barnard & Leas
Manufacturing company. After -a
! short honeymoon trip to .Chicago, the
young people will be at home at 526
Eighteenth avenue, Moline.
AUXILIARY WITH MRS TUCKER.
THE LADIES". AUXILIARY OF
the Rock Island County Humane so
ciety held a meeting at the residence
cf Mrs. N. P. Tucker. ' Eighteenth
avenue and Twelfth street, yesterday
iafterncoo. Mrs. H. C. Kingsbury read
an interesting paper on "Our Animal
tFriends in the Ko!y Land". The
pedles decided to send a box to a flood
jtufferer in Ohio, who was a member
Jof the local society while she res'ded
it Rock Is aad. and who always re-
gives h thewer for tho b.'i.v.a-be,
MISS ETHEL WRETMAN, DAI.'GH
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Johft A. Wretman
and Arnold Sandberg, son of Mrs.
Hannah Sandberg, both of Moline,
were united in marriage Wednesday
evening at 8 c'cloik at the home of
the bride's parents, 1734 Fourteenth
avenue, Moline. Rev. E. K. Forsell of
the Mission TabernacTs performed
the ceremony. The bride has been
employed in the office of Dr. M. S.
Dcndanvtlle and Mr. Sandberg is
bookkeeper in the sale department of
the Moline Plow company.
ACACIA CLUB DANCE.
THE ACACIA CLUB. COMPOSED
of the various Masonic lodges of the
city, last evening at the Watca rower
Inn gave the first of the series of four
dancing parties that are to be held
during the summer. Seventy couples
: attended the party and the affair was
a pleasant one. Music for dancing
was furnished by the Criterion or
chestra. The next party will be held
HOLD MAY COFFEE. -
THE MAY COFFEE PARTY OF
the Ladies' Aid society of the Me
morial Christian church was held yes
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
E. H. Phillips. 1025 Twenty-flrst street,
with a good attendance of the mem
berg of the scciety and their friends.
The usual pleasant afternoon was
( On Easy Terms)
107-109 WEST SECOND STREET
QURPRISE after surprise
-7- . greets the eyes of .' the
visitor on our second . flopr--a
floor practically entirely- de-.
voted to outfits all set up
eoinplete." . " -; ; .
Three, four, and five-room outfits,
that are pronounced hy all who see them
as the most striking exnmplcs 'of how
comfortable and cozy and attractive a
home can really he made. The thing
people marvel at. is the.l.pw; prite.8 the
"Little Princess" for "example. Is a 4 -room
outfit, furnished completely in the
latest style. The quality of every piece Is
absolutely ' depenflable; You; get real
. vrfl'ue'not to be duplicated outside of this
mammoth store, terms made to -stilt the
means .of evoryone. Lack." of ready .cash
Is no .barrier, to -ihe . full, enjoyment of
home life under your own roof. Pay aa
-yon-can, 'that's all' we-ask. -
GERMAN LADIES MEET.
THE LADIES' SEWING SOCIETY
of the German Evangelical church
met yesterday afternoon at the
church No special business was tak
en up. the ladles enjoying a pleasant
social hour, during which a lunch was
EVER READY CLUB.
THE EVER READY CLUB WAS
entertained at the heme of Mr. ana
Mrs. Harry Row. 411s Fourteentfl
avenue, last eve lag. Three tables of
games were played and prises fell
' to Mr. and Mrs. Rowe. A lunch was
served late in the evening.
The splendid wore or Chamberlain's
Stomach - and Liver Tablets is daily
coming to light. No such grand rem
edy for liver and bowel troubles was
ever known before. Thousands bless
them for curies constipation.
There is no use repeating all we
have said about French cooking. It
is good. All who have ever had a
chance to try it know that this is true.
Mere than that, they know their work
is an art and no one could convince
them or really want, to that it is not.
In France cooking is taught in the
home. In fact, every French girl
knows how to cook and sew beautifuT
".y. Last summer, when going m:o the
country, an hour's ride from Paris, my
friend w-ho traveled with me said:
"I am going to take some material
for waists with me, as we will sure
ly find some French gfrl who can sew,
in fact, all French girls sew well."
She took the material, and sure
enough, there was a beautiful, refined
girl whose father had recently had
business reverses and 6he new had to
make her own living. She had opened
a little shop for making blouses, - yt
waists, as we call them. Her sewing
was exquisite, her cooking was won
derful and she could have remained
sick "ith Madame G . where we. weie
and i studying French, and been one of her
cock; if not taught at' home by mother
they , are getting the art in cooking
schools and are able to bring into the
home -many new and interestipg
dishes. We, topi want to put. into the
dishes. we m'akesome,fat' least, of the
real French art. economy and respect
which they . put into their most de
licious cookery. ;
MISHROOMS OX TOAST. 'J
Pare the stems and . underpays pr
about one and a half pounds of mush
rooms and. wash them, in water, to
which has been added a few'drops'of
a king that is, if he were a deserv
CAt'LIFLOWER. . ":
Seme people ; cannot digest cauli
flower chou-fleur, or cabbage flower
as the French call it. How ' many
young housewives know -that there .is
a tough, outer skin over .'the stems' pt
the little clufcters of which the cauli
flower; is c6mposed, and that. -.Jf. this
is removed ft Is no more -,'difficult of
digestion than 'any other .vegetab?
mis is ine process: . , - , ..-
Separate the; "flower", into ' all It's
tiny .clusters. With a. smaj.l .sharp
knife-cut and pull off the thick skin
of the stems and under part's." Then
put them into boiling' water and cook
until tender. ', When 'done' pour off, b?
water, and add salt and 'a few 'spoon
fuls of left-over meaf gravy, stirring
all together over the Are until steam
ing hat.;.. ,i .,
' ' The clusters lose their form 'and
Do not let them lie in the wnen eervea v is toiai.y oinerent in
. . . t .i . , . ,. . , . appearance iiiia tne .pretty out im-
.r. uui lu.uiea.r oon mem , imereatiT,g wnole caulifloWer; with'
several pieces cf parsley (not cut up) I white or drawn butter sauce '.. with
wntcn we Americans 'are- generally
familiar, and. I may gratefully add.
for about twenty-five minutes," until
tender. While tlier are cookine nut
into a saucepan a piece of butter the " is totally dirrerent in taste as. well,
size of, a large egg (always use ,th,e Grated cheese . added to this. for. a
best" butter) ' and tbrowin a large 'change "gives, an excellent flavor.; -
.tablespeonful of flour all at once. -- '' ." bagoit. - - . ...
Stir with a wooden spoon; add There is no more economical dish
about one-third of a cup of hot water ; for a well-fed fam'fly than . a ood
in which the mushrooms are boiling, j ragout. It is as savory.and nourish
Never waste -the precious essence of ling a dish as any one cou'd desire.
eight large carrots cut into small
dice, ..four eniens sliced", sevcrzi
pieces of parsley', about two cupful
of raw peas and a'cupful of water.
''; Cook It,, tightly covered, tn nour
--' . ;"'
and. a -half, adding, a ; half-hour be
fere,, it is done, a plateful of smal..
raw potatoes, cut in half. . Of course; regular . ' monthly.' 'meeting : and din
other meat's can ber used and left-over'
vegetables - of any - sort; but what
makes It .good is the way' it Is done.'
The, French are very fond'of ctisfies-of
me.ats and .vegetables 'ceojted, tO;etb
t, whtch.'are'. both 'wholescme and
economical. .' " T ' ' '
inflammatory Rheumatism Quickly
' Morton - L. Hill of "Lebanon, Ind.",
says: ' "My ' wife had inflammatory
rheuraatjsm ;in - every ', muscle' and
Joint;, her. suffering was terrible and
her. body and. face were swollen at
most beyond recognition; .had -been
in bed ' for.'six weeks and had eight
physicians,, but. received ncr benefit
until' she .tried ' Dr. Detchcn's. Relief
fdr ' Rheumatism. It, gave Immediate
relief and sbe was able to walk In
three days. T-am sure it saved her
life?' . Sold-by Otto Qrotjaa,' 1501 Sec
ond avenue,-Rock Island, and G-ust
Schlegel - fc. Son, 220 Second street,
Dayenport. (Adv.) :'
PRESS CLUB IS TO
GREET PAR RISH
" The " Tri-City PreEsJ ci
ner'at-the New- Harper;THOsday ef.n-
ing.wiU entertain Randall Parrish, .the
Kewanee-author, .who.com.es to Rock
Island to attend the Elks'' convention,
ft'wilrbotlie last meeting of the Press
club before the summer recess. t
'. The old fashioned pie social to .b
given next Thursday, at -the Broadway
Presbyterian '. church by tb,e men's
class, assisted by ' members of the
women's class, promises to be one of
the important social events of the season.-
A meeting will beheld this even
ing. in the' church parlors' to complete
plans for. the i affair. . The refresh
ment'commlttce will gather- at 7:30
and the -other committee will- meet at
8. A full attendance is desired..
20-Hurt In CeUislon.' "J.
. - Akron, Ohio, May 3Q.T-Twenty per
sons', were injured, some very serious
ly, in a street car collision today. Twc
men had logs cut off. . - 1 ; ' i
headache, blliousnesa. laucdice
indigestion. Sold by all druggists. niost aucceesful teachers. 2
(Adv.) Our American gj-la are learning tc
flavor. . Stir again and add salt, pep
per and about half a cuplcf veal or
ctaer . gravy, left, from .the day . be
fore. .Cook this -sauce-in -a -double
boi'er with an occasional stir for
about fifteen minutes. Then add the
mushrobras to -the -sauce, boiling all
together for ten- minutes men; add
half a wine, glasg of sherry. Then
put iTito. the mixture five slices of
toast,- - leaving " them ' there ' long
enough to . become soaked with ..Jhe
cause, Then serve ..on . the, . toast.
Vse abcut two 'pounds of the shoul
der of veal and cook for twenty min;
utes- or. so in a small iron pot with
salt, pepper and batter, until well
brewned. Turn.it pier .frpm time. to
time; add a 'small wine glass of
water to prevent burning.
Be very chary of spoiling good
things by water, dilution, and. in -an
iron pot there la little danyer of
burning. Then spriak'e and stir 'in
well two teaspoonfuls, of flour that
is; eprinki it ever tne meat and lurn
whicn always proves to be'a dfeh' for the meat over and over; then add '
Lice Kill Profits
Extrtnc4 vmt'ry ralrt koov tht
poulirr llr rduc profit, poultry caa nrvr
n wHl' whrr lOTtura wtth -Her. - Lwnr
b'Da waa't lrt louy chickens cil't fit. .
PtP' Powdered Lice : 'Killer .
vxirim.nsics I . acre won lajr-
cjshiy. yulckiy and at atight coav
SJe sad 50c pr packace. ' '
; Tmr Money Brk ) It ralla
7a It for all klurta nf poultrr- and th'pr
dactlvrneaa of 'four aeb b- larcely In- '
creased. . . '
P. C. Bhm, Ritrk bland. I.. Parliloa. oath HclcMa.
C K. k)dnr. llllam. YV. S. Pate. Scars.. .