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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913.
Dear Mrs. Thompson I am a young
girl in love with a man several years
my senior. , He calls on me almost ev
ery, week and tells me that he loves
me, but he doesn't want any of hid
friends to know that he calls on me.
Do you think he loves me? I doubt
It Tery much, also my people don't like
nlm. Eut I could never give him up.
Please tell me what you think about
My folks want me to marry a man
ten years my senior. He Is a
rentlcman but I could never love him
and don't believe in marrying without
love. They tell me to marry the man
they want or leave home. Do you
think they are doing right?
In seeking for a position, docs one
Jveto apply personally or send in
an application? If I leave home would
you advise me to work in a store or
work as housemaid, as I am a good
( A BROKEN HEARTED PEARL.
There Is something decidedly wrong
with a'man who doesn't want his
Mends to know that he Is paying at
tention to a girl. He does not love
you honorably and you wUl be wise
to give him up at once. It will hurt
nt flret, of, course, but be a sensible
Jlttle girl now If you would be happy
Tour parent cannot compel you to
xaarry against your wilt If you do not
caro for their choice of a husband, do
not marry him. Your parents must be
tired of rupportlng you if they want
to get rid of you so much that they
would force you to marry a man you
don't care for.
Apply either personally or by let
ter according to the circumstances. It
would be better for you to take a place
in seme home doing housework, than
to try office work, as you would then
have a home in tdditlon to the salary;
office work for an Inexperlenceo girl
Will not pay enough to live decently.
Dear Mrs. Thompson I am a young
man with a good position, and would
like to meet a nice young lady work
ing downtown. She is a widow, but
I cannot find anyone that can make
mo auainted with her and as she
works on Sunday cannot meet her In
any church. "Would I be apt to lose
out if I speak to her on the street and
make myself acquainted? Please give
me some of your good advice.
If she is a good woman she will
not stand for a stranger addressing
her on the street Suppose you make
it your business to get acquainted with
somebody who works in the same place
6he does and bo get an Introduction
to her. You might even go to her em
ployer, show him that you are a re
spectable man, tell nim you are inter
eated in the lady and ask him to make
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am 18 years
of old and corresponding with a fel
low 26. (1) Is he too old for me to
write to? He thinks a great deal of
my parents and they do of him. (2)
When he was here I used him as nice
as I knew how and he used me fine,
but J didn't run after him the way the
other girls did. Don't you think that
was right? (3) Do you think a fel
low thinks more of a girl than the one
that flirts behind their backs?
(1) No, especially as your parents
approve of him.
(2) You did quite right, my dear.
(3) Men don't respect g'rls who are
The bridal couple was unattended!
Mr. and Mrs. Mayhew will make their
home on a farm at Aledo. '
SURPRISE CLIFFORD MYERS.
A COMPANY OF 12 YOUNG PEO
ple carried out a surprise on Clifford
Myers at his home, 1900 Twelfth ave
nue. last evening. There were games
of various kinds and music and a
lunch to help pass a merry evening.
IVY CARD CLUB.
MRS. J. PFAFF ENTERTAINED
the members of the Ivy Card club at
the Watch Tower Inn yesterday after
noon.' The game of 500 was played
at three tables and th.e favors were
given to Mrs. J. Knapp of Davenport,
Mrs. Bart Brostrom of Moiine ana
Mrs. John Konosky of this city. . A
four-course dinner was served after
the games. The club will be enter
tained at the Tower in two weeKs wita
Mrs. Charles TJIlemeyer as hostess.
IN FIRST BOUND
OF GOLF TOURNEY
Decker French, Leon and Ardo
Mitchell and E. C. Crossett
FRENCH IS THE FAVORITE
V f v w
CARL SPENGE IS
TO GIVE SONGS
Davenport Man Expected to Prove a
Strong Contender for Honors
Defeats J. D. Cady Handily.
Remarkable Tenor Is to Appear
at Watch Tower with Otto's
Well Known Band.
Carl Spence, who has already made
for himself an enviable reputation in
the musical world, will "be the soloist
wth Otto's Concert band at the Watch
Tower tomorrow evening. Mr. Spence
sang at Zum Alten Dorf, Davenport,
last week and created such a favor
able Impression that he was requested
to repeat his songs at the Tower. He
is a pupil of Miss Mary Lindsay Oliver
In Moiine and although he has studied
for only a yea
education. He is but 19 years of age
and has a tenor voice of surprising
qualities for one so young and he
sings with a remarkable understand
ing cf his composition.
His voice is clear, wonderfully fresh
and sweet and of a pure unspoiled jOJ. finai honors. The Davenport man
and a half he has
strides in . musical
Decker French vs. Leon Mitchell.
E. C. Crossett vs. Ardo Mitchell.
Tom Davis vs. George M. Bechtel.
E. S. Johnson vs. Carl Schmidt.
Hugo Schmidt vs. Walter Mueller.
Dr. McCandless vs. E. F. Peek.
J. Van Patten vs. Dr. L. Ostrom.
Paulo Roddewig vs. F. D. Letts.
W. R. Alexander vs. G. L. Eyster.
George N. Peek vs. F. Silloway.
Gus Tegeler vs. .Charles Rosenfield.
W. B. Stark vs. Louis Arp.
F. W. Mueller vs. H. S. Cable.
O. B. Grant vs. F. W. Bahnsen.
The foregoing are the pairings for
the second round of the men's golf
tournament being played at the ar
senal links this afternoon.
Decker French, Leon Mitchell, E. C.
Crossett and Ardo Mitche.l are the
four still in the running in the cham
pionship fight. 'With the exception of
E. C. Crossett, all are former cham
pions. From present Indications Decker
French will continue to be the favorite
first round of the tournament played
Decker French defeated J. D. Cady,
Leon Mitchell defeated W. D. Mid
dletcn, 2 up.
Ardo Mitchell defeated R. S. Hos
ford, 1 up.
E. C. Crcsett defeated E. C. Mueller,
Tcm Davis defeated Walter Cham
bers, 5 up 3.
George M. Bechtel defeated N.
French, 3 up 2.
E. 6. Johnson defeated C. A. Ban- Apple, King Among Fruits.
nister, 9 up 7. The apple is without question the
Carl Schmidt defeated Harold Lusk, king of fruits, having everything ia
7 up c. its favor for popularity, as everyone
Hugo Schmidt defeated C. P. Skin- Hfces them. It Is the exceptional person
ner, C up 5. that cannot eat apples raw or cooked.
Walter Mueller defeated Jack Hans- and' they are delicious ether way, in
sen, 4 up 3. fact, whether fresh, evaporated' on
Dr. McCandless defeated Harry Ains- canned the apple is a wholesome food,
worth, 1 up. . easily prepared, attractive and pal
B. F. Peek defeated George W. table at all times.
French, 5 up 4. One of the fine things about apples
class c. is their rare keeping qualties, so that
. J. Van Patten defeated H. W. Coop- people in the most remote corners of
er, 1 up. the earth are able to take advantage
Dr. L. Ostrom defeated D. M. King, of their great food value. Most fruits
S up 7. are classified as "Flavor Fruits' and
P. Roddewig defeated J. F. Lardner, "Nutritive Fruits" bub-the apple comes
2 uj 1. under both of these heads.
F. D. Letts defeated' B. V. M. LaRue, Carefully file this composition of the
2 up 1. ai)ple for future reference, as food val-
W. R. Alexander defeated O. F. ues do not frighten the average pro-
LMSA & S I S 1 IW1 F .Allll
Schmidt, 7 up 6.
G. Jj. Eyster defeated C. Wilson, 3
up 2. i
George W. Peek defeated R. Walker,
F. Silloway defeated C. J. Cooper,
4 up 3.
Gus Tegeler defeated R. B. Lourie,
4 up 3.
Charles Rosenfield, unmatched.
W. B. Stark, unmatched.
gresslve housekeeper now as several
Proteid , .4
Nitrogenous. ?J .4
From a dietetic standpoint the most
Important function of the apple is that
of furnishing mineral salts and organic
Louis Arp defeated John Sundeen, acids', but it has a nutritive value as
quality. Last spring he sang before
Arthur Mlddleton, an expert on the
voice, who pronounced a brilliant fu
ture for him. ' He will 6ing "Cavatina"
from Faust and "Mother Machree,"
with M:s6 Oliver as hia accompanist.
The band has arranged a most inter
FRANK J. KESSELL. SON OF MR.
and Mrs. John E. Kesbell of 1619
Fifth avenue, Moiine, and Miss Esther
Wallontine of 1833 Twentieth avenue,
Moiine, were united in marriage Tues
day in Davunprt. The bridegroom's
lather and si3ter, Mrs. Dana Lergren,
Witnessed the ceremony.
The bride's wedding gown was of
white siik crepo, lace trimmed, with
which she wore a large white hat. A
wedding supper was served at the
home of the bridegroom's parents
when tho bridal party returned to this
.city, only immediate relatives being
guests. Mr. end Mrs. Kessell will
make their home with the bride's par
ents. Mr. Kcssell Is cashier for tho United
States Express company and members
of the ollice force sent a beautiful
rocker to the home, a gift from his . a nice lunch was served, golden glow
line. Following the ceremony a wed
ding luncheon was served at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Motzer, 4410
Fourteenth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Nel
son will go for a trip to Michigan for
a month's visit and will alien make
their home in Blue Island. Mr. Nelson
is employed as a fireman on the C. R.
I. & P. His bride has been employed
at the Bennett Organ 'company.
ROYAL CINCH CLUB.
MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL CINCH
club were entertained yesterday after
noon at the homo of Mrs. S. A. La Van
way, 1020 Fifteenth street Three ta
bles were, surrounded at the games
and the first prize went to Mrs. Henry
Baker, second to Mrs. Jessie Green
and all cut prize to Mrs. Henrietta
Freed. At the conclusion cf the games
Notice to Coal Dealers
Blda will be received at 820 Second
avenue, city, until 6 p. m. Thursday,
Aug. 21, 1913, to supply coal for the
court house, Eock Island, for one year,
to be weighed on city scales. Ezra
Wilcher, E. H. Sleight, J. C. Burgoyne:
Big Tango Dance.
Exposition park Saturday and Sun
day evening Given by the Jolly Four
has been in excellent trim throughout
the tournament and it is freely expect
ed that he will.be one of the pair in
Leon Mitchell has been paired with
him for this afternoon and it is gen
erally predicted that record scoring
will be necessary to decide the match.
Ardo Mitchell rules a slight favorite
over E. C. Crossett, mainly because of
CADY LACKS CONDITION.
As was generally expected, French
disposed of John D. Cady, his rival yes
terday, in a handy fashion. ;
To Cady's recant illness is attributed
much of the former star's failure to
show stronger for championship honors.
i The following 'are the results of the
4 up 2.
F. W. Mueller defeated G. F. Bur-
meister, by default.
H. S Cable, unmatched.
O. B. Grant defeated O. F. Ander
son, 7 up) 6.
F. W. Bahnsen, unmatched.
TO THEIR DEMAND
Union Insists Upon $135 Mini-
mum Wage Per Week for
well, furnished by the carbohydrates
present, and as the fruit ripens the
starch changes to sugar.
Has Medicinal Value.
The apple has a medicinal value as
well if eaten at the beginning or be
tween meals. It will often satisfy a
craving or strong drink when nothing
else will, and when one has been
obliged to live on heavier foods and
more of them than usual, a breakfast
should be made entirely of apples.
In tho fall and early winter they
are at their best, but during this month
we begin to have the early harvest ap
ples which add much to our bill of
fare. From now on they need noth
ing to add to their flavor, but in late
winter and spring spices and other
seasonings are necessary,
There is positively iio waste to a
Tri-city musicians met in Davenport Bod apple. Even the paring and core
last night to consider the new wage may be utilised for jelly. The Red
scale, and decided to stand pat on Astrachan, Jonathan, King, color.
their previous demands of $5 a week has a goodly amount of pectose, which
increase for the players and $10 a accounts for ease with which it jellies.
week for the leaders of the orchestras. Always cook apples in earthen or
As a result of. the meeting their de- granite utensil3 and use silver or
mands have been placed in a little dif-1 wooden spoons for stirring, as the
acidity of the apple acts quickly on
metal and the taste of the apple is
There are such a variety of apples
for good sauce and baking that it Is an -easy
matter to settle upon one's fav
orite. The ones common "to our local
ity are Baldwin, Greenings, Red 'As
trachan, Jonathan, King, Maiden
Blush, Rome Beauty and Spitsenberg
from the far West; any one of these
will give a great variety in the daily
Wash perfect apples, quarter and
slice. Put into a granite pan with only
enough water to cook. When done rub
through a colander, sweeten with
white or light brown sugar, a small
piece of butter and a very little grat
ing of nutmeg. Serve cold. It is very
wasteful to peel apples unless after
ward some use Is to be made of the
Apple Praulinee. N
Material Apples, ten; sugar, one
cup; water, one cup; chopped almonds,
one-fourth cup; currant jelly; heavy
Directions Wash, core and cook red
apples in the sugar and water until a
fork will pierce them la tne hollow cen
ter. Set the cooked apples on a serv
ing dish and cut the skin down in quar
ters, peeling it off and scrapping off
every bit of red and putting it back
on to the cheek of the apple. Blanch
the almonds and chop fine. Cook
three-fourths cup of sugar to a cara
mel in a dry pan; when the sugar be
gins to turn a light brown, add the
nuts and cook until all are a caramel.
Put a spoontul of these on top of
each apple around the opening and the
Jelly in the center. Beat the cream
until firm, flavor and serve around the
Apple Fruit Cocktail.
Peel large apples with fine flavor
and with a potato scoop cut out small
balls, dropping them into a little water
with plenty of lemon juice added to
keep them white. Prepare a mixture
of grapefruit, pineapple and bananas .
and put Into the cocktail glasses; add
a few of ine apple balls, pour over
all t,he Juice when aool left from the
fruit boiled down with sugar. Serve
at once. ;
Wash, core and cook red apples in
boiling water until soft. Have the
the water half surround the apples and
turn often. Remove the skins and
scrape that the red color may remain -and
arrange on a serving dish. To
the water add one cup of sugar, grated
rind of one lemon and juice of one
orange. Simmer until reduced to .
about one-half cup. Cool and pour over
the apples. Serve with cream sauce. '
co-workcrs. Miis Wallentir.e was em
ployed as stenographer by the Velio
PRENUPTIAL BRIDGE PARTY.
MRS. K. C. CROSiETT AT HER
liome, Buihsuda terrace, Davenport,
eutertaiiied at a prcnuptial bridge pa
ty yesterday in honor of Miss Lily Hu
bcrs, uhoi.e marriage to Mr. Zuille of
CaiifoiLla Id an event of the fall, and
for Miss llelone Kicke, whose marrUgo
to liurma Watuok will bo celebrated
in tho cariy full. Four tables of
brldso were played aud the prices In
the gcmis were given to MibS llubers,
MUh Helen liuutoon of Moiine, Mis3
liolcn Wctts and Miss Helen Vincent
tf Davenport. In addition to the game
prizes, ir.vcrs were given to all Uie
prot.pi.ci.ivo brides present. Miss Lily
Knott, who Ij to marry Clarence Coch
rane. iii3s Mabel Lardner, who is to
marry Carl Preston, and Mis Ellse
Kochler, who Is to murry Theodore
BroVn. Two out of town guests were
present. Mios Nancy Grave3 of Holly
wood. Cal., and Miss Adele Crenshaw
cf Chicago. Tho games, were played
on the veranda aud later a lunch was
served in the dining room.
Full-of Tragedy Has Been the Life of Evelyn Thaw
trimming the tab'.e. The club will
meet in two weeks with Mrs. Schie-
berl on Thirtieth street
MRS. IGLEHART HOSTESS
MRS. M. XI. IGLEHART AT HER i
HOME, 823 Fifteenth street enter- j
Ulned yesterday afternoon 12 ladie3
at a luncheon in honor of her sister-in
law, Mrs. Arthur Fider of Duluth. Thei
table was prettily trimmed with golden
glow and brown eyed Susans and was
attractive and bright. The afternoon
was spent in an informal social way.
OAK HILL SOCIAL CLUB.
MRS. HUTHMAKER AT HER
home on Twenty-eighth street and Sev
enteenth avenue entertained the ladies
of tho Oak Hill Social club yesterday
afternoon. The members brought their
fancy work and busied themselves
while they chatted and enjoyed a da
lightful aftcrnon. The hostess served
a refreshing lunch late in the after
non. Mrs. E.J. Skallberg will enter
tain the club in two weeks at her
home, 1609 Twenty-eighth street
AIKEN CHAPEL SOCIETY PICNIC.
TKS MEMBERS OF THE AIKEN
street chapel Sewing society and Sun
day school joined In tn outing at the
Watch Tower yesterday afternoon and
evening. There was a large crowd
MISS DORA KOBEP.G OF THIS
city and Arthur Nelson cf 4405 Sixth
avenue were united In marrlaea thin i
mornlne at 11:30 o'clock at tho homol they took baskets well filled with
of RfT. O. V. Holnigrain. 611 Forty- provisions for the supper that was
iourui street, who performed the cere
mony. They were accompaaied by
Miss Anna Carlson, cousin cf the
Sroom. and Sam Giles. The bride wore
gown of white embroidered voile
and carried bride's roses. Her atten
dant was dressed in pale green messa-
How Proper Care
Hakes Healthy Hair
Hair, to lotr attractive, should be
Well combed and brushed every day in
ord-r to keep tho nxita ntror.gr and
health y an! wasacd as frequently as
A. traspoonful cf Mather's Shampoo
diMve1 In ft P not wat.fr ia
pirnty for a thorou.-th rleanalns- r the
at-olp ort-i hnir. This loofena aU dirt
and dandruff and Kill the parr-Kite
cau!n(? br.ttlo, f!llnr hair. After
cl.r..io,T in tuis manner the hair drie
evrnty and Is wavy, grlossy and young
looktrgr. Mother's Briimroo Is soothing-
to the tender, irritated scalp and U
mo Kentio In its Action that it will not
Inlure tiio loveliest growth of hair.
Mother s fchRtnpe- is equally jrood for
lifrht or dark hr.tr and It uso soon
banishes tiie "stru-Ky." faded look. All
(Iruirg-bits sell Mother's Bnasipoo at 2j
rents for a pactega containing 1"
served when the men came out in the
cvoning. The usual good time picnic
was enjoyed and the amusements at
the park aided in the pleasure of the
ENTERTAINS AT TOWER
MRS. BESSIE M'ELROY OF S021
Fifth avenue entertained a company of
friends at the Watch Tower last even
ing, the time being passed roller skat
ing. Included among the guests were
a number from out of the city, Mrs
Blanche Klrkham of Galesburg, . Miss
Aline Amell of Detroit Mlcb, Miss
HatUe MUler of Peoria, Miss Masgaret
Nelson of Harvey, 111., and Mrs. McEl
Toy's two sisters, Mrs. C. J. Henderson
of Kjui&as City, and Miss Minnie Wle-
REV. C. E. HAWKINS OP SPEN
cer Memorial Methodist church at
11:30 o'clock today officiated at the
m&niago of Miss Floy A. Lasa tad
Frank L. Mayhew both of Aledo, the
ceremony taklaj place at Rev. Mr.
Ha if kin's home, 4215 Eighth avenue.
fercnt form from that previously an
nounced. They do not now insist that
the managers shall use five or any
other stipulated number of players,
but they do Insist on $135 a week for
the entire orchestra, which 13 taken
by the managers to piean that they
are to be compelled to use five in the
Hope is expressed by the managers
that a compromise will be reached and
it is likely they will soon hold a meet
ing to decide what further action
shall bo taken. They hold that the
demands of the musicians arc unjust.
One of them, commenting on the latest
expression of the players' ultimatum,
If a man should want to start
a moving picture house out in some
suburb, for instance, and stage only
Lone act of vaudeville, he would be
compelled to pay $135 a week for his
music whether he used one player or
five. Furthermore, the musicians
have waited until the last moment to
announce their demands. The vaude
ville season is now about to open and
the uncertainty that surrounds the
proposition of securing the necessary
music will seriously interfere with the
business. If we do not accede to their
demands it means vaudeville without
Evelyn Kesbit Thaw (right) and her
mother, Mrs. Charles J. Holman,
at the time of the first Thaw trial;
New York, Aug. 21. Full of tragedy!
and of tears has been the life of Eve
lyn Js'esbit Thaw, who again steps
into public notice as a result of the
cgcape from Matteawan asylum or
Harry Kandall Thaw, her husband.
At the age of 16, a beautiful artist's
model, she met Stanford White, the
wealthy New York architect "White,
a moral degenerate, was greatly at
tracted by her beauty and soon was
showering money and gifts upon her.
He sent her to a private school at
Pompton, N. J., and later sent her to
Paris wi& her mother. But his friend
ship for her was not of the platonlc,
At about thi3 time. In 1901, when
she waa a member of the "Florcdora
company at -the Casino, she met Harry
Thaw. He had already gained notor
iety as a ganerus spender, and hia
J50.0OO "beauty dinner" in Paris re
ceived a great, deal of attention from
When Evelyn Kesbit went to Faris
with ter mother, Thaw followed. Ka
deluged her with flowers, Jewelry and
attention. In the end she left her
mcther and the young couple began a
tour of the continent.
Within two mentis, however, Ehe
waa back in New York seeking a rec
onciliation with Stanford Whito and
circulating stories about cruelty to her
cn the .part of Harry Thaw.
But in December, 1904, she again
sailed to Europe with Thaw, and
year later they returned to be mar
ried in Pittsburg, with the approval
of Mrs. Thaw, who at Grst had bitter
ly opposed the mttch.
During the next two years Mrs. Mary
Thaw did all she could to establish
her daughter-in-law in Pittsburgh so
ciety, and had her schooled in German
and French. In the meantime, how
ever, Evelyn had revealed to her hus
band the sordid story of tier relations
with Stanford White. Thaw imagined
that White waa.trylng to get his w'fe
back to New York, and had detectives
constantly watching the architect
It wa cn June 15, 10C, that Thaw
shot White on the- Madison Square
roof garden. Then followed the two
trials, the first of which resulted in a
disagreement of the jury, the second
in a verdict that Thaw was Insane. In
both of these trials, in the hope of
saving her husband, Evelyn Thaw told
all the revolting details of her rela
tions with White, concealing nothing
It waa a terrible ordeal, and resulted
In her complete ostracism from so
Following his commitment to Mat
tc-awan, Thaw made two unsuccessful
efforts to regain his freedom through
the ageacy of the courts. Both times
Evelyn was compelled to retell the
story of her shame.
About three years ago Evelyn Thaw
gave birth tf a son. More than a year
before that she and her husband had
become estranged. He denied that he
was the child's father.
Early this spring Evelyn, being with
out funds, accepted a position in
vaudeville in London. It is said her
salary was $3,000 a week, but it. was
probably much less than that When
she arrived in New York a few weeks
ago she announced that she was pen
r.'.leES. Now she Is going through bankrupt
cy. She swears that her assets do not
exceed $250, while her liabilities run
into the thousands.
She is now in vaudeville in New
York and hopfss to make a tour of the
country soon. Thaw's sensational es
cape from Matteawan and the conse
quent notoriety which has come to
Evelyn is proving the best kind of an
advertisement for her.
TO OPEN OFFICE
IN CITY SHORTLY
Cornelius Donovan Returns
irom Conference With Labor
Chief at Springfield.
Cornelius Donovan, recently appoint
ed by Governor E. F. Dunne to have
charge of the free employment agen
cy here, has returned home- from
Springfield where he had a conference
with the chief of the labor employ
ment bureau. He was given full In
structions as to his new work and
told to secure a suite of four rooms as
an office as soon as possible.
Mr. Donovan will purchase furni
ture, stationery and all the necessary
equipment at once and will name his
assistant in a few days. He is to have
a stenographer and an assistant in Mo
line and hopes to be ready to open up
his work here within a short time.
MORE LOOKERS AT
THE HIGH SCHOOL
New System of Numberins
Which Will Prove More
Satisfactory Is Tried.
Big Tango Dance.
Exposition park Saturday and Sun
day evening Given by the Jolly Four
Additional lockers are being placed
in the high school building. Most of
them are on the main floor and will
prove a big accommodation for the
pupils when they aEsembie for work
the first week in September.
A new plan is being attempted on
the numbering. The number of the
adjacent room is used as a prefix. For
Instance, lockers for pupils irw room
No. 14 are known as 14-1, 14-2 etc. It
is thought in this way teachers can
have easier supervision over the lock
ers and those who are supposed to
use them and it is believed that by put
ting the matter on a systematic basis
it will prove more satisfactory to all
Big Tango Dance.
Expositioa park Saturday and Sun
day evening Given by the Jolly Four
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Ilemedy with you when starting oa
your trip this summer. It cannot be
obtained on board the trains or steam
ers. Changes of water and climate
often cause sudden attacks of diar
rhoea, and it is best to be prepared.
Sold by all druggists. (Adv.)
Glasses in Time, I
sT r B
Neglect to have them prop
erly examined may cause a
lifetime' of sorrow and re
gret Small disorders grow more
serious every day. There is
satisfaction in knowing for
sure that your eyes are all
VV5 CAN TELL YOU. '
v'SWELER 02 Second Avenus.
When the digestion is all right the
action of the bowels regular, there is a
natural rravinsr and relixh for food.
When this 13 lacking ycu may know!
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's j
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
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