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THE ROCB ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1013.
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l5 EtIZASITH TWWial
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
girl of 13 and have light hair and a
good complexion. My face la not oily,
but my nose always is red and greasy.
What can I do for it, as It looks very
bad? (2) What color could I -wear
best? (3) Is it a disgrace to live in
the country? Some girls think It Is.
(4) Is it a disgrace to be a working
girl ? (5) I live. at home and I earn
V a week. How much of this should
I save? (6) Do you believe In spend
ing all the money you earn for dress
and good times? (7) What will re
move bunions? (8) I am small and
young looking for my age. Is this an
advantage or disadvantage? SUSIE.
(1) For a red nose, have the drug
gist mix for you: 1 dram powdered
calamine, 30 k ruins zinc oxide,
dram glycerine, 4 oz. cherry laurel
water. Shake it well before using,
then mop It on the nose morning and
evening. (2) I should think any of
the delicate shades would look well
on you. (3) No, indeed, my dear. It
Is a privilege to live In the country.
It Is only a very ignorant person who
would think it a disgrace to live in
the country. (4) It U an honor to be
a working girl. (5) If you live at
home you should save most of it- I
hope you give some to your parents
for their care of you. If you lived any
other place you would have to pay for
board and room and laundry, you
know, and not have the privileges you
have at homo. (6) I believe In pretty
dresses and a gcod time, but I don't
believe In spending .i one earns on
these things. You can make pretty
dreBHes yourself of Inexpensive ma
terial, and there ore lots of good times
that won't use up all your money and
tirpj and good health. (7) I would
consult a doctor about that. (8) A
girl of your age is always attractive.
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Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Would
you please tell me how to clean, white
ostrich plumes? (2) Also how to
clean a white panama hat? (3) I am
going with a young Swedish man and
have heard they are as a nation nat
urally jealous and stern in their fam
ilies. Is this so (4) Would you
hesitate to marry a man on account
of his being a Swede, although he has
been raised in the United States from
babyhood and makes a very good ap
pearance? (5) Do you think 20 is a
good age to marry? M. F.
(1) Make a thin batter of flour and
gasoline. Souse feather up and down
in tli is until clean. If there are any
especially soiled parts, rub gently be
tween the hands. When perfectly
clean, rinse in clear gasoline and
shake until dry and all flour is out
Do not try this near any fire. (2)
Squeeze juice out of a lemon and add
enough sulphur to make a thin paste,
Rub this on the hat with a clean
brush. When dry rub it off with
clean flannel cloth and press hat into
shape with an iron not too hot. (3)
I have never heard that Swedish poo-
ple are more jealous or dictatorial
than others. (4) No. (5) Yes, al
though I think 24 or 25 better.
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Junction, where the new home will i
be and where the couple will go at:
once to housekeeping.
MRS. MATTHEY HONORED.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL Con
vention in, the history of the Iowa
State Music Teachers' association has
just been brought to a close. Much
credit for the success of this year's
meeting is due to the untiring efforts
cf its secretary, Mrs. Hilda M. Mat-
they of Davenport. Muscatine was se
lected as next year's convention city.
and the following officers elected:
President E. A. Leo, Cedar Rapids.
Vice President James P. Moore-
Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Hilda M.
Executive Board Professor Gus-
tave Schoettle, Iowa City; C. A. Fu-
lerton. Cedar Falls, and the officers.
Nominating Committee Mrs-Amalia
Schmidt-Gobble, Davenport; J. P. Moor-
head, Fairfield; H. W. Matlack, Grin-
H. M. W. CLUB.
THE H. M. W. CLUB MET AT THE
home of Miss Florence Long, Sixteenth
avenue and Thirtieth tsreet, Friday
evening. The usual business session
was held at the beginning of the even
ing, and the rest of the time was spent
enjoying piano duets and games.
Duets were played by Florence Long
and Cecile Williams. A theme on suf
fragets was read by Miss Long and it
proved to be very interesting. Re
freshments were served at the close of
the evening. The next meeting will be
at the home of Miss Cecile Williams,
Thirty-second street and Sixteenth
avenue, July 2.
SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY.
BERNARD CHAMBERS, AT HIS
home, 592 Dearborn street. South
Rock Island, was very pleasantly sur
prised Saturday evening by a company
of friends in honor of his 31st birthday
anniversary. The evening passed very
pleasantly with games and music and
in a guessing contest Mrs. Wier re
ceived the consolation favors. A de
licious lunch followed and the hos
was presented with a handsome rocke"
The Ladies' auxiliary to the Rock
Island County Humane society will
meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. S.
P. Switzer, 1025 Twelfth avenue.
BY HIS FRIENDS
Popular Priest Presented With
Certificate of Deposit for
IS REMARKABLE TRIBUTE
H. Sexton Presides and Gives Pres
entation Address Dean Quinn
SWEDISH FESTIVAL TOMORROW.
TOMORROW. MIDSUMMER DAY,
will bo observed by the Swedish peo
ple of the trl-citien with a festival at
Prospect park, Moline. With the as
suranco of lair weather the event
promises to be the most successful
ever hold. The celebration of mid
summer duytis in keeping with an old
national custom und is looked forward
to each year. The program for the
2 p. m. Music, Crescent cornet
2:. 10 p. m. Rev. A. F. Bergstrom,
Song, Swedish psalm III Audience.
Scripture reading und prayer Rev.
K. i:. Forsell.
Swedish military bugle call Prof.
J. NP. Maguusson.
Address of Welcomes Mayor M. R.
Song Olive male chorus.
Festival Pueui E. V. 01on.
Kong (jrand united chorus.
Song Apollo Glea club.
Declamation Carl Ixmiiberg.
Kong Svea Mal chorus.
Poem 1 I jul mer Wldell.
Selection Orchestra of the Swed
ish Luthi-run church.
Concluding Remarks Rev. Mr. Lag
erstrom. Song Grand united chorus.
Benediction Rev. J. B. Anderson.
After the program the Maypole wiU 1
be erected outsidu the pavilion. Re
freshments can be obtained both be
fore and after the program is eunit-d
out I'ror.i 5 to C games and h ports
will bo indulged in.
, ... Seidel Is a graduate of the Moline
rc.it u:v;rvu 1 let;. I i.t,.., -..i.,,.,! Qrl(i , ,h ,,.,,, ,.
I N'DER THE Al SPk'LS OF THE gineoriiig department of the state unt
cducatlonal committee of Bethany i verslty and lias been empioyed under
homo a lawn fete will ba given at ,JlIs ftttuer Iu Molino. His bride ha3
Seven Acres, the homo of Mr. and . been a toac!:er at the Orphans' home
Mrs. G. A. Stephens in Moline to- a Pavenport, finishing her work there
lncriow evening from G to 10 o'clock. WBt Friday, for which reason the mar
Refreshments of various kinds will be , riage was kept a secret. Sho wore
solved and there will be music tfuriu:; ;a Copenhagen blue chiffon broadcloth
the evening. In cas.? of rain the fete J f uit with iiat to match. Mr. and Mrs.
toon, Moline, chairman, Mrs. Rober
Lea, Mrs. Otto Seifert, Mrs. C. C
Sloan, Miss Harriett Cooper and Mis
FOR MISS LANE.
MRS. LOUIS LECLAIRE, JR., OF
Davenport invited a few friends Satur
day afternoon for several tables of
raumscli, as a prenuptial courtesy for
Miss Jennetto Lane, who is to be
midsummer bride, A dainty lunch
was served after .the games. Miss
Mary Neirp of St Joseph, Mo., was
an out of town guest of the afternoon.
Among the parties for the coming
week announced for Miss Lane is a
small informal supper at the Arsenal
golf club house, to be given by Miss
Rosemary Lardner of East Locust
street; Miss Claire Schlegel of West
ern avenue and Miss Otie Stibolt of
West Seventh street entertain at a
largo dinner-dance at the Outing club
Wednesday evening; Mrs. Hugh Barr
of Perry street has invited a party
for Thursday, aid Mrs. Charles M.
Sessions of McClellan Heights gives
a luncheon and bridge for Miss Lane
Friday at her home.
MISS ELLA V. JOHNSON OF DAV
enport and George C. Seidel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Seidel of Min
neapolis, formerly superintendent of
the R'k Island shops at Silvis, were
united in marriage at a quiet wedding
of Thursday, June 12, at the parsonage
of the Christian church, Davenport,
Rev. J. T. llouser officiating. The mar
riage was kept a secret until the an
nouncement was made today. Mr.
EP WORTH LEAGUE OPENS
SESSIONS AT GENESE0
This afternoon at 3 o'clock began
the sessions of the Epworth league of
Rock Island district convention at the
Methodist church in Geneseo. A com
pany of leaguers from the local Meth
odist churches and Moline left at
noon today to attend the meeting. The
principal address of this afternoon
wa3 given by Rev. J. E. Connor, pastor
of the First Methodist church, Moline,
who chose for his subject, "Mountain
Top and Valley Experiences." This
evening the league will have as its
guest a distinguished visitor. Rev.
Kingsley E. Pease, D. D., a returned
missionary from Singapore and other
Asiatic fields. He will deliver an ad
dress at 8:15 on the subject,-"From
Capricorn to Cancer." Sessions will
continue through tomorrow evening,
when addresses will be given by Miss
Rena Pearl Waltz, Dr. W. D. Agnew,
president of Hedding college, and
Rev. C. F. W. Smith, D. D., of Mon
mouth. The annual business session
will be held tomorrow morning.
COSTUME OF ROSE
CREPE DE CHINE
As a fitting fareweU to Father Wil
liam J. Cleary, assistant rector of St
Joseph's church in this city, fully
1,200 friends of the departing clergy
man gathered in the assembly hall at
the new St Joseph's school last even
ing to participate in the parting exer
cises that were tendered the young
priest who left Rock Island today after
seven years effective work in Catho
lic circles of the city. As a token of
esteem Father Cleary was presented
with a Bet of resolutions adopted by
members of the parish and a certifi
cate of deposit for $1,850 to assist him
in his new work, which he assumes
July 6, at Elmwood. In addition to the
musical program a beautiful eulogy
to the departing minister was given
by Dean Quinn and M. H. Sexton
spoke In behalf of the congregation
presenting Father Cleary with the res
olution and the purse. Mr. Sexton
The various societies and clubs
making donations to Father Cleary
were: Ladies' Altar society, boys of
the W. C. U., St Joseph's Girls' club,
Knights of Columbus, St. Joseph's
Alumnae association and the members
of the congregation of St. Joseph's par
ish. The Visitation Sisters presented
Father Cleary with a beautiful set of
gold "vestments and the girls of the
Villa de Chantal presented him with
a magnificent missal, a book used in
celebrating mass. He was also the
recipients of many personal articles
given by the Sisters of St. Joseph's
school and the students of the insti
In paying his respects to the depart- j
ing pastor Dean Quinn portrayed the
character of Father Cleary and the
good he did in the parish during his
seven years of service. He stated that
during the time he had been associat
ed with Father Cleary there had never
been a shadow of misunderstanding
between them and tnat his future suc
cess was assured by the evidence of
bis work in the past. He said that
that which made Father Cleary popu
lar in Rock Island would make him
popular any place and that never in
the history of the city had such an
ovation been given to a departing
Following Dean Quinn's talk M. H.
Sexton Bpoke in behalf of the congre
gation. He expressed the regret of
the parish In general at Father
Cleary's departure and also told of the
good wishes that went with him to his
new field of work. He spoke of the
uplifting influence Father Cleary had
among the young people and of his ex-
will be postponed unti'. Wednesday
evening when it will be' held at the
fcatue place and hours. Committees in
charge of the arrangements are: Mrs.
J. S. Ciluiore, Moline, general chair
man; Mrs. A. Mosenfelder, Rock is
land, ylce chairman; lights and
grounds. Mrs. G. A. Stephens, Moline;
press, Mrs. C. E. Diet. Moliue, Mrs.
M. C. Rice, Hock Island; refreshments,
fcMrs. M. L. Henderson and Mrs. A.
Mosenfelder, Rock Island und Mrs. J.
S, Cllmore; music. Miss Goldie Mow
ry, Moline; candy, Mrs. L. Blanding,
Moline and Mrs. M. S. Sweeney, Rock
Island; lemonade. Miss Heica Hun-
Seidel w ill reside in Davenport
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS IVY M.
Wlsoir, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Wilson of Milan, 111., to William
E. Long of Rock Island, took place
at the parsonage of, the First Chris
tian church, Davenport, Rev. J. T.
Houser officiating. The attending
witnesses--were Miss Mollie Kerr and
Harry Wilson, the latter a brother
of the bride. The bride was dressed
in blue silk for the occasion. Mr.
Long is connected with the Rock Is
land road, being stationed at Valley
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tensive friendship "both within and I
outside the limits of the parish He
gave him the credit for paving the way
for the beautiful new school building
that adorns the parish grounds and
after bidding farewell, Epoke a word
of introduction for Father William
Graham of Galesburg, who is in the
city and will succeed Father Cleary
in the work of assistant in the local
parish. Mr. Sexton's address follows:
"My Dear Friends: Were it possible
for me to do so, it would be useless
to eulogize Father Cleary at any great
length, after having listened to the
glorious and splendid tribute just paid
him by Father Quinn.
"In fact, it is not necessary Xor any
person to tell this congregation what
a kind and lovable character he has
developed while ia our midst You
and I know how devoted to duty hj
has been; bow in times of sickness
and death, he has visited our homes,
sympathized with our sorrows and
brought solace to our hearts by his
kind words and deeds.
"How he has watched over our chil
dren, helping in their education, asso
ciating with them at every opportune
ity, joining in their games, entertain
ments and social gatherings and
guarding them even beyond the per
iod of their graduation; until he has
endeared himself to us to such an ex
tent that we can never hope to re
pay. "I know with what a feeling of sad
ness you are overwhelmed at his ap
proaching departure. I know how his
memory will be cherished in our
hearts after he has left us. But my
dear good people, let me throw out to
you a thought and suggestion along an
other line. Father Cleary's successor,
Rev. William Graham, will be with us
in a few days. I am sure he will prove
to be the right man for the place. Let j
us, every member of tnis congrega
tion, greet Father Graham with a
hearty welcome. If we give him but
a small part of the encouragement,
love and esteem that we now feel for
Father Cleary, I am sure he will soon
win his way into our affections just as
Father Cleary has.
"My dear Father Cleary: I am proud,
indeed, to have been selected as the
medium through which this entire con
gregation speaks to you. The ladies
of the Altar society, the Girls' club
of St. Joseph's parish, the girls of St.
Joseph's ,school alumnae, the boys of
the W. C. U members of the Knights
of Columbus and every individual
member of this parish join witn me
iu expressing their sincere sorrow up
on your leaving and wish you God
peed and good luck in your new field.
"As a small item of our regard and
in feeble expression of our feelings, I
herewith present to you these resolu
tions and a certificate of deposit on
the Central Trust and Savings bank
in the sum of $1,850."
Father Cleary, accompanied by his
father, who attended the farewell ex
ercises last night, left at 12:40 today
for West Baden Springs, Ind., where
they will rest until July 6, when Father
Cleary assumes charge of the parish
the: misical. rnoaniM.
Song Girls' Glee club of St. Jos
Vocal Solo Mrs. B. J. Lachner.
Violin Solo Kinney Liens.
Vocal Solo Miss Amanda Schmidt.
Vocal solo Mrs. John Naab.
Vocal Solo Miss Nellie Fuller.
Song Quartet, Ernie McManus, W.
Freeman, Joe Meehan, M. II. Sex
Vocal Solo Floyd Wilson.
Vocal Solo Mrs. Mae Richards
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In the "Dinners for a Week in June"
series the following menu is given as
Chilled Clam Broth
Tcurnedos of Lamb
Carrots and Teas, French Style
Philadelphia Squabs, Roasted
Strawberry Bavarian Cream
Frozen Cheese Toasted Crackers
CHILLED CLAM BROTH.
Make one and one-half quarts of clam Tour into a
broth and chill in the usual fashion, i round vwith
setting in the ice box until wanted.
Whip one-half cup of heavy cream un
til stiff, flavoring with a little celery
salt and coloring with paprika to taste.
When serving in bouillon cups, put a
large spoonful of the whipped cream
on top of each cup.
Split small chicken lobsters, allow
ing one lobster fcr each two persons,
and put in a dripping pan. Brush the
shells over with olive oil or melted
butter and bake 13 minutes in a hot
oven. Remove to the plank, arrange
on this in a bed of watercress and gar
nish with slices of peeled tomatoes,
julienne potatoes crisp and hot, slices
of cucumber and parsley.
Make a sauce of melted butter, sea
soned with salt, pepper and lemon
juice, to pour over the lobsters. Some
people consider the covering of the
lobster meat with buttered crumbs an
addition to the dish, but this is op
tional. TOtllN'EDOS OP LAMB, IUSSOI.E
Six kidney lamb chops cut two
inches thick will be required. Remove
the bone and fat and with skewers ar
range in six circular pieces around
each wrap a thin strip of bacon, fas
tening in rlace with wooden skewers.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper, place
on a well greased broiler and broil
over a clear fire about 15 minutes.
Remove to a hot platter, garnish with
riseole potatoes and pass mint jelly
The potatoes are done in this way:
Peel and wash eight Bermuda pota
toes of uniform size, put in ice water
for 15 minutes, dry in a towel and fry
until delicate brown in deep fat. Drain
on brown paper, then bake until soft.
Remove, to serving platter and pour
around one cup of rich white or cream
sauce or a cup of heavy cream scalded
CAKKOTS AXD PEAS, FRENCH
Cut three good si::ed carrots In one
fourth slices, then, with fancy French
vegetable cutters, cut in fancy shapes
and cook 13 minutes in boiling salted
water. Drain and put in a saucepan
with one-half cup butter, one-half cup
sugar and one tablespoonful minced
fresh mint leaves. Cook slowly until
eoft and glazed.
Drain a can of "French peas and
rinse thoroughly in a colander; drain
and season wiUi butter, salt and pep
per and place over the fire until hot.
hot vegetable dish, sur
the minted carrots and
SQI ABS, ROASTED.
Dress, clran and truss one jumbo
squab for each person to be served.
Brush over with melted butter, place
a thin slice of salt pork over the
breast of each and roast until tender.
Serve each squab on r. thin slice of
fried bread, garnished with watercress
and a piece of lemon, removing the
pork when taken from the oven.
Seed and peel white cherries and in
each put a tiny st,rip of canned pim
ento. One cupful of the cherries will
be needed for six persons. Separate
tangerines in sections and free from
skins and seeds until one and one-half
cups have been prepared.
Mash a cream "cheese, the 10-cent
size. Add one-fourth cup of pecan nuts
that have been put through the meat
chopper and moisten with French
dressing flavored strongly with paprika.-
Make the cheese into tiny balls
about the size of the cherries and toss
the grapes, tangerine sections and
cheese bails together in French dress
ing, serving at the last moment on
tender lettuce leaves.
STRAWBERRY BAVARIAN CREAM.
Put one and one-half tablespoonfuls
of granulated gelatine in one-fourth
cup cold water until soft, then dissolve
in one-third cup of boiling water. Add
one cup of syrup from preserved straw
berries and more sugar if not suffici
ently sweet. Set the bowl containing
this in a pan of ice, and stir until the
mixture begins to thicken, then fold
in t,he whip from one pint of cream.
Pour in a mold and set in the ice box
to chilj. Garnish with whipped cream
and fresh strawberries.
Costume consisting of blouse, tunic
and panel of white dotted, geranium
rcse crepe de chine and plain skirt of
black crepe meteor. Blouse has a
narrow turnover collar and plaited
maline frill over a wide hemstitched
sailor collar, which falls in ripples low
in back. Starting over this collar in
center back is a novel, looped up pan
el, part of which falls in a Wattean
plait. It is button trimmed and hem
stitched. Sash passes under the plait
and terminates in a long, fringe-weighted
end at left side. The tunic extends
around front from each side of the
panel' Long sleeves, full over upper
arms, are finished with double plaited
maline frills, held together with satin
ribbon and turned In opposite directions.
First Swedisn Lutheran This even
ing the picnic committee will meet
with Mrs.' Martin Lundberg, 806
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held at the home of Alfred
Pealstrom, 607 First street.
Thursday evening the Men's soci
ety will be entertained at the home of
J. Mattson, 612 Fourth avenue.
The Young People's society will
hold a social meeting Friday evening
at the home of Miss Helen Johnson,
Fourteenth street and Fifth avenue.
Central Presbyterian Prayer serv
ices will be held Wednesday evening
at the church.
The Ladies' Aid society will hold an
all day meeting Thursday at the home
of Mrs. O. Leonard, Twelfth and Ai
ken streets, South Rock Island. A
committee will serve lunch at noon.
The Mission Study class will be en
tertained ty Mrs. W. N. Phillips, 1109
Fourteenth and a half street, Friday
Friday evening the Ladies' Aid so
ciety will hold an ice cream sociable
on the church lawn. In case of rain
the sociable will be held in the
church dining room.
Friday evening the class on church
organisation conducted by Rev. O. G.
Dale and of which the officers and
heads of departments are members,
will meet in the church parlors.
Memorial Christian The Royal Be
reans will meet with Mr. and Mrs. N.
G. Wilhite, 2116 Thirteenth street,
The Christian Endeavor society
will give an entertainment and ice
cream sociable in the bible class room
in the church Thursday evening. Miss
Pauline Jackey of Davenport will be
the reader and several musical num
bers will be given. A silver offering
will be taken.
The Loyal Men will hold a meeting
at the church Friday evening.
Spencer Memorial Methodist. The
bible study class will meet at the
church Tuesday evening.
Prayer services will be held at the
church Wednesday evening at 7:30.
The annual Sunday school picnic
will be held at Long View park next
Saturday. Cars will leave the church
at 10 o'clock.
First Methodist The Queen Esther
circle wiil meet with Miss Ella Tay
lor, Ninth avenue and Nineteenth
street, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Mid-week prayer services will be
held Wednesday evening at 7:30 in
The Social Service Study club will
hold its regular meeting Friday even
ing at 5:30 at the church.
The Standard Bearers and the
King's Heralds will give an ice cream
sociable on the church lawn Friday
German Evangelical The choir will
meet for rehearsal Tuesday evening
at the church.
The Ladies' Sewing society will
meet in the church basement Thurs
Zion Swedish Lutheran The Young
People's, society will meet with C. A.
Larson, 3906 Eighth avenue, this ev
Wednesday evening prayer services
will be held at the home of A. S. Han
son, 607 Forty-fourth street.
Saturday afternoon the Sunbeam
society will be entertained at the J.
A. Vedell home, 713 Forty-fourth
Grace Lutheran The parochial
school is in session every morning
from 9 to 12 o'clock.
Thursday the Ladies' Aid society
members and their families will pic
nic at Long View park.
The Keliance club will meet at
Long View park Thursday evening.
The choir will meet for rehearsal
Wednesday evening at the church.
United Presbyterian The mid-week
prayer services will be held Wednes
day evening at 7:30 at the church.
ic is "The Art of Self Control or Keep
ing Cool Inside."
Friday afternoon the Woman's Mis
sion society will meet with Mrs. F. P.
Baumbach, 1101 Twentieth street.
Friday -evening the Boys' club will
meet In the church at 7 o'clock.
Trinity Episcopal Services will be
held at the chapel Tuesday morning
at 8 o'clock.
Tuesday afternoon the Woman's
auxiliary will hold a meeting at
Campbell's island. The ladles will
leave the church at 1:30 o'clock and
the meeting will open at 3 o'clock.
Deaconess Bertha Bell Mills, formerly
of this parish, en route to Allakaket,
Alaska, will tell of her work in Phila
delphia. In the evening a basket lunch
will be served.
South Park Presbyterian The
Brotherhood will meet at the church
tomorrow evening. F. A. Bledsoe will
be the speaker. !
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
the Juniors will meet In the church.
Thursday afternoon the Woman's
guild will be entertained at the home
of Mrs. C. A. Boeiime.
Thursday evening the choir will
meet for rehearsal in the church.
Friday evening at 7 o'clock the Laura
Marquis circle will be entertained at
the home of Miss Ella Winter, Eigh
teenth avenue and Fortieth street.
First Baptist Prayer meeting will
be held Wednesday evening, followed
by a meeting of the board of trustees.
Friday afternoon the annual picnic
of the Young People's bible class will
be held at Eighteenth avenue. Long
View park. Supper will be served at
German Methodist There will be
preaching services conducted by Dis
trict Superintendent Dr. F. L. Mahle
of Peoria next Friday evening at 7:45.
Quarterly conference will be held fol
lowing the services.
Next Sunday morning after Sunday
school preaching and communion ser
vices will be held.
Aiken Street Chapel The Ladies
Aid society will meet Wednesday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs.
Thomas Bollman, 5S6 Webb street.
South Rock Island.
COAT OF DARK BLUE '
FAILLE DE LAINE
Cutaway coat of dark blue faille de
lame with a skirt, collar, belt and sus
penders of blue and white striped
crepe, for the girl from 16 to 20. A
plain blou.se of mull Is worn with this,
which has turnover collar and button
trimmed front box plait. It has nar
iow Val. lace ruffles on cUIar and
down front. The suspenders are but
toned to the belt and are cut cross
ways of tho striped goods. The coat
has long, tight, kimono sleeves and
self-revers. The skirt which is
slightly gathered at the waist Is other
GL0CKH0FF GROWS SOME
PRETTY BIG BERRIES
George Glockhoff of South Rock Is
land brought to The Argus office to
day a box of strawberries to show what
Rock Island county can do in the home
grown line. The berries were not
only uniform in size, but measured
an inch-and-an-eighth in size. A half
dozen would make a good sized short
cake or fill a dish.
Mr. Glockhoff says he has lota
of them, all alike.
WALTER YOUNG HAS
RETURNED TO CITY
Walter Young has returned from
Cleveland and accepted a position
with Young & McCombs as aesistaat
merchandise manager. He will have
charge of the ready-to-wear depart
ments. For the last two months he
has been with Black & Co., at Cleve
land, as assistant ready-to-wear de
New York More than 10,000 mem
bers of the new Bootblacks' union re
fused to work Sunday after 3 o'clock.
Broadway PrasbyterianThe mid- This was the first official act of the
week prayer services will be held I new organisation, which expects soon
Wednesday evening at 7:30. Toe too-1 to have K0.OO0 members in the state.
No Secret about Woman's Beauty.
The flashing eye, the elastic step
and the brilliant complexion are nev
er companions of organic troubles;
but it is th distressed expression,
aches and pains, faintness, dizziness,
that bearing down feeling and the
blues that are the tell-tale symptoms.
If cuch women wc?uld only remember
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo
compound overcomes such distressing
eyraptoms, womanly beauty would bo
no longer a secret. (Adv.)
Lame shoulder is almost invariably
caused by rheumatism of the muscles
and yields quickly to the free applica
tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment is not only prompt and ef
fectual, but in no way disagreeable ta
use. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.)