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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 191S
tKLZ Ltl ZASITU TUWSQAi
j Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a boy of
19 and am keeping company with a
tgirl of 17. We are not engaged, but
'intend to be noon. We live three miles
'and a half part 1 have a rig of my
6wn and live at home. How ofteji
ihould I go to see her? And shoula
i "sta: there or go riding? I have re
ceived good advice before. I thank
Vvm for it. A. I. CASK.
I f 2 --A
Dear Mrs. Thompson: My face Is
getting chapped and rough looking,
basket, filled with asters, the handle
of which was tied with tulle. At each
place was a small crystal candle
stick with a pink candle and the place
cards were in aster designs and the
favors were bunches of tiny aster
tied with pink ribbon. The evening
was devoted to cards, 500 being prayed
and the prizes in the games went to
Miss Edna Kittilsen and Miss Mae
Grant, of Moiine.
COURTESY FOR FALL BRIDES.
THREE BRIDES OF THE .FALL,
Miss Gertrude Volk. Miss Irene Don
and Miss Blanche Smith were the
guests, of honor at a prenuptial party
given yesterday by Mrs. A. X. Rein
ert at her home. 1216 Eleventh ave
nue. Gaines of bridge were the aft
ernoon diversion and the high score
prize was awarded to Mrs. Leo Wynes
and to each bride elect was given a
pretty favor. Beautiful fall flowers
were used to trim the rooms and they
were very attractive and pretty. A
course luncheon was served at the
small tables at the conclusion of the
games. Miss Mable Payne will en
tertain for Miss Volk and Miss Don
Monday afternoon at cards and Miss
Annie Motgomery will be hostess for
the same young women at a party
COURTESY FOR MISS KIEL.
MISS BLONDINE S. KIEL OF MO
line was the honoree at a party given
yesterday' by Mrs. J. J. Roth. 122
Mound street, Davenport, a company
of girl friends being entertained. The
affair was a prenuptial courtesy the
terday at a bridge party given by Mrs. j cipal of the local high school, is now
W. R. Weir at her home, 1612 Pros- head. The schools at that place have
pect terrace, Davenport. Three tables been built with this aim in view and
of the games w:ere played with prizes i are equipped with mess halls, swim-
it Go to visit her as often as you can ' especially when I put powder on.
jrithout harming your business. You (Last winter my face looked bad.
!flll have to support a wife, you know, j (D Please give me a recipe for a
land you should be thinking about the good cold cream, something that's
iway to do that. Sometimes it would, Rood for chapped face and will make
;be nice to take her riding with you, and jmy face nice and smooth; something
i sometimes it wou'd be nice to just ! that won't cost over COc.
'visit her in her home. I 2) Will, you please tell me what
j Are you not both rather young to causes a red nose? I don't wear cor
! marry now? A boy of 19 is hardly ;ets or tight belt or tight .hoes; al
' fitted to -have the responsibility of a !'' low collar. My nose is most al
tk ife. j ways red and it spoils my appearance
'fl 'just as soon as it gets a little cold.
.&' Dear Mrs. Thompson: Please ad-1 (3 1 My girl friend is a blonde, gray-
Wse me on the following: 'sh blue eyes, face is kind of email
i(l) I have brown hair and eyes, and pug nose. She has a hump on
Jfark complexion and red cheeks. What 'hT back. hich spoils hen. Would you
trior do you think I would look! think her pretty if she didn't have a
Jj.st in? ! back like that?
(2) My hair is real oily; what can j ALWAYS YOUR FRIEXD.
' a K"" H7 i (It suppose you just take pure ren- marriage of Mlss Kiel and August H.
i (3) Dock it mean anything if a young dered lard for a cold cream. It wi7, Sun3ebruch of Davenport to be as
.man ciiuc.is you under me cnin: cleanse your lace ana leave it smootii. j event of the early fall. The afternoon
enouiu you resent u. I'ure rendered mutton tanow win uo
! (4) What i some hire inexpensive this also. L'se it every night to clean
present to five a girl for her birth- and massa?e the face, neck and hands,
day? then wipe off every bit of it. Before
r .(5),I am 13 years old and in the j applying face powder, rub a very little WaUer After the games the company
wsuLu e'aue. am i ii oiu lur u: oi uie laru or lanow moruugu'y iuiu i was invited to the dining room, where
i' TW O HEADERS. the skin, then dust on the powder, and j tney wer served with R supper. A
.t . (1) I should think that you would your skin will nc'. chap. Be sure not : basket of white asters tied with yellow
jfcftk very e'l in ret!, brown or green.! to wah your face immediately "before j rlbbon fornled tabie center plece
. (21 Make a mixture of two ounces al-i going outdoors. and shaded candles were placed about
cunni, two ounces witch na'ici ana 14; ( sometimes maigesuon causes a
grains report in. Uub a little of this ; red nose, or eating too highly spiced
wel Into tiie sohIvi every day. or peppery foods. Xothing will pre-
'. (3) He takes ;i liberty with you ; vent a no.- e getting red in cold wealh
'whlrh you rhnuid rot permit, j cr. however.
(4) A liaiidniaiie handkerchief, fan-1 Ct) Your friend might be quite
'ry garterr, a belt or belt buckle, a Lpretty in spite of her deformity. I
t'.ittle charge purse. j think I would l6"ve her all t!e more
i (5) Xo. j because of her misfortune.
going to Miss Elise Koehler, Miss
Helen Waterman, Mrs. Charles Wilson
and a special favor for Miss Ficke.
Lunch was served in the dining room
after the games, American Beauty
roses carrying out a beautiful decora
EDGEWOOD LADIES MEET.
THE MOXTHLY MEETING OF
the Ladies' Aid society of Edgewood
Baptist church was held yesterday
with Mrs. Frank Nelson, 812 Forty
second street, as the hostess. The
home was very prettily decorated with
late garden flowers in bouquets and
baskets abort the rooms. The ladies
enjoyed a very delightful afternoon in
a social way and they were served
with a nice lunch.
BAPTIST LADIES PLAN SALE.
AT AN ALL DAY MEETING OF
the Ladies' Aid sociefy of the First
Baptist church yesterday the date of
the annual sale and supper of the
society was set for Friday, Nov. 21,
to continue through boh afternoon
and evening. The meeting of yester
day was well attended, 32 members
taking dinner at noon. The day was
occupied with work in preparation for
for the fall sale.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S BRANCH.
A MEETING OF THE YOUNG
People's branch of the W. C. T. U.
will be held Monday evening at the
home of Miss Hazel Bergstrom, 1116
was given over to the playing of games
and contests in which the prices were
won by Mrs. Robert Van Wonterghem,
Mrs. Henry Jensen and Miss Agnes
the board. Large bouquets of golden
rod trimmed the room.
f - - '
i () Yf
berg, the chairman of the Civic depart
ment of the Woman'6 club of Rock Is
R. O. B. CLUB MEETING.
A MEETING OF THE R. O. B.
club was he'd at the home of Mrs.
Carl Williams, 50S Twentieth street, j land, Mrs. W. M. Reck, the vice chair
Moline, and the hostess was assisted !man' Presided at the September meet
bv her daughter. Mrs. Gunnar Swan. in8 ot the department held yesterday
Three tables of 500 were played an.I j afternoon at the Broadway Presbyter,
the favors fell to Mrs. John Miles'. ! ian church' Mrs. F. H. First read the
first. Mrs. Stella Barnhart. 8eC0nd j minutes of the previous meeting and
and Mrs. W. W. Leonard the all cut 1 r8' C' Castetter. chairman of the
, . .juj , , ." vigilance committee, reported on the
Ln or Hand pa.nted breadand but-1 of tfcat department for the
mlng pools, auditoriums, etc. A man
and his wife have been hired to take
charge of the social center work and
a small fee is charged for members of j
the community, this because the mon-!
ey is needed to carry on the work and
because it is reasoned that those hav
ing a financial interest in the center
attend more regularly than they would
otherwise do. Dances have been held
in the school buildings after school
hours, lectures, moving picture shows,
concerts and entertainments of other
kinds have drawn large numbers to
the schools. It is planned to establish
art galierios, sewing classes and en
courage the holding of rallies at the
schools. In the large cities clubs have
been crganl'cd with both teachers and
parents as :nembers, looking to the
betterment cf conditions of pupils that
are deficient and cr imtst. Volun
tary workers are engaged in visiting
the schools and hoinei and keeping
parents and teaoa;.s in touch '.villi
the needs of each. The local schools
are not rightfully equipped f r sirh
purpose, but at small cost could be so
arranged as to carry on a social ser
vice work. The speaker advised es
pecially medical and dental inspection
and the cooperation of parents and pu
pils. Mr. Hayden in the course of his re
marks spoke of the larger usefulness
that the school buildings are being
put to and of the more practical re
sults that come from the study of pub
lic school branches and which lead to
greater usefulness and larger efficien
cy. He held that the investment in
school buildings should return larger
profits to the community. Every
school should be used for popular lec
tures, branch libraries, gymnasiums,
swimming schools, and clubs, should
be formed In them. He read at some
length a report of the Cleveland
schools, where the social service plan
has been worked out admirably. Here
the buildings have been utilized for
additional advantages to those outside
the school, a clearer understanding
has arisen between teacher and pupil,
and a healthier interest has been stim-
In the absence of Mrs. J. H. Hau-I'ated in the work. Rochester, N. Y.,
was also cited as another instance
where social service has been carried
on with splendid rssults.
IN PUBLIC SCHOOL
Discussed Together With Mo
tion Pictures by Civic De
partment of Woman's Club.
C. W. B. M. CHOSES OFFICERS. 'Vote", Dr. W. E. Martin. leader.
AT A MEETING OK THE CHRIS-' "The Conservation of Human Life'
, tian Woman's iioird of Missions of : E. H. Stanp, loader.
(Memorial church held at the home of; "The Religious Trea'ment of Pov
: Mrs. W. K. Kaupke, 15i; Tentli ave-Jerty", S. E. Mattison, Jr., leader.
3iue, yesterday, the unnual election or ( "The Problem of the Police", F. K.
.officers resulted iu the following t Rhoads, leader.
ieinK chosen: ! "The Right View of the Child", A.
Presideni Mrs. O. C. Smedley. J. Burton, lead?r.
': Vice-president M r s. Anna S. Hhude. "The Tenement Homes of Our
( Secretary Mrs. P. 11. Eduardf. it'ity", Lynn Ew!ng, leader,
i'j Treasurer Miss Mabel Johnson. "A Flvles-. City", A. L. Bruner.
i7 Tin? ladies decided to iicgin at onee j "Reined". 1 Loans", Ralph Gregory,
to mnke jdcfsre books and util- "New Americans for America", an
lze t iie iiia'erial that would ilhiiiirpiert lecture by the pastor. Rev.
otherwise po to wa.ste in mak- T. E. N'ewland.
lug articles lo send to some foreign; The socie'y last evening purchased j
'.land, just where having been left un- a ntrop ico machine to be used in
a decided. The program of the day was ; illustrating their subjects nd it. is
'In charge of Mrs. W. H. Stoin and proposed to make use of the stere
Jiapera on the foreign mission work ; opticon and Uie results of the s'udy
pr the society were read by Mrs. John mert'iiss in arranging programs for
JA'ange'in ani! Mrs. Mary Wells. Re- the Sunday evening meetines of the
freshments were served during the church.
vpniiig and iho ladies enjoyed a
freshments were served at the con
clusion of the games. The ladies wil!
meet again as the R. O. B. club with
Mrs. Henry Pratt of this city Oct. 9
and as the J. U. G. club with Mrs.
J. P. Maguire, 2414 Sixth avenue,
MRS. BERGESON HOSTESS.
MRS. A. BERGESON WAS THE
hostess at a card party given by the
ladies' auxiliary of the Eagles, yes
terday afternoon at her home, 1615
Fourteenth street. Seven tables of
cinch were played and the favors
merous complaints had come to the
members from people in various parts
of the city relative to uncut weeds, ill
kept premises and alleys, etc., which
have been reported to the commission
er of streets and action has been
School buildings as social centers
and motion tyetwres Vere the topics
taken up for discussion, Mrs. .A. H.
McCandless and H. B. Hayden speak
ing on the former subject and Mrs. R.
C. Smedley and Miss Emma Battles
on the latter.
Mrs. McCandless. the first speaker.
w ere awarded to Mrs. H. E. Rowe, spoke of the use of the school build
first,; Mrs. David Larson, second; 'ings as a revival of an eld custom
Mrs. Harry Coyne, third, and Mrs. j when such buildings were used for
Harry Hoffman consolation. The la-; general meeting places because of the
As a result of the two papers on the
subject, a resolution was adopted, to
be presented at the Woman s club,
asking that steps be taken towards
the organisation of social centers in
Motion pictures were discussed, first
as an objectionable feature, by Mrs.
Smedley. She spoke especially of the
unhealthy conditions of the moving
picture houses, of the darkened rooms
that lead to undue familiarity, of the
diseases that the patrons are subject
ed to Dy uie toul air and of the vaude
ville excesses that are practiced in
many houses." She spoke also of the
fact that children's minds are over
stimulated by the scenes of murder,
cheating at cards, shooting, drinking,
Miss Emrna Battles told of the fa
vorable side of the moving pictures,
and held that great good can come
from them when rightly supervised.
HOT IJESSEItT FOR KARI.Y FAM
We have eaten cold desserts for so
long this hot summer weather, when
we have eaten them at all, that a
hot dessert, if it is not too heavy, Is
usually a welcome change when the
first cool days come.
We are not the meat-eating nation
quite that we have been in the
pat, so we can stand more often a
heavier dessert. For instance,' where
much meat is used at the dinner, da
not have a dessert with abundance of
eggs. It is a repetition of the same
food values especially where the
whites are used. Neither should one
end a very simple dinner with a very
We have had several months, ot
fresh fruits, so now we can, for a
change, on cool days, use these fruits
in some of the hot desserts. . ,
APPLE MEUIXGIE rCDIUXG.
Material Apples, six; raisins; one
half cup; chopped nuts, one-half cup;
sugar, one-half cup; cinnamon, one
Utensils Apple corer, measuring
cup. teaspoon, baking pan, paring
Directions Pare good baking ap
ples and cut a slice from the top for
a cover. Lore, set in tne Dutterea
pan and fill with the raisins, chopped
nuts, sugar and cinnamon. Replace
covers, set the pan in hot water and
cover with a batter made from four
beaten eggs, one-half cup sugar and
one cup of flour. Beat well and cover
the apples and bake until the apples
are done. Serve with cream.
Material Pastry flour, two cups;
milk, three-fourths cup; blueberries,
two cups; eggs, two; sugar, three ta
blespoonfuls; butter, two tablesfoon
fuls; baking powder, three teaspoon
fuls; salt, one-fourth teaspoonful; nut
meg. Utensils Flour sifter, bowl, egg
beater, measuring cup and spoon, ta
Directions Sift the flour, baking
powder and salt into the bowl. Then
add the two beaten yolks, sugar,
creamed butter, and alternate with
blueberries, adding the flour and milk,
add a little nutmeg, the whites of the
SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB.
THE FIRST MEETING OF THE
dies plan to give another party in two
weeks at the home of Mrs. Roben
Nelson, Fourteenth street and Eight
MISS FICKE IS HONORED.
MISS UELENE FICKE. A BRIDE
of the fall, was the guest of honor yes-
lack of other accommodations. The
idea is not new, but the possibilities
of such places are new. She cited a
number of instances in which splen
did use has been made of the public
schools as social centers, and spoke
especially of the Kenilworth schools
of which H. E. Brown, formerly prin-
U. P. YOUNG PEOPLE MEET.
MR. AND MRS. MARTIN KERRI
son at their home on Fifteenth avenue i
and Seventh street Were the hosts :
THE SLEEK AND COMPLACENT
fall of the Social Service cl ib of the I last evening to members of the Young
BY MARY AQUIN.
Having finished the reading of a
systematic work of charting and clas
sifying -he toiling city population, es-
in london who are poor and very poor.
It is of interest to mark what be terms
poor. By poor ha means families
which have a total weekly income oT
from $4.50 to $5.25. The very ptoor fall
jreatly below this standard. The au-
i First Methodist church was held last I People's society of the I'nited Pres-; book statistical of the condition of the'timates that there are l.son.OQO people
evening at the church dining room, j byterian church at the monthly busi-: working people of Ixmdon, the aristo-'Suppn-
was served at 6:?,U o'clock and ness and social session. There was cratic soil of ol' England, it may be
the evening devo'e.l to forming plans! an unusually good attendance of the , interesting to a few to review an ex
for the work of Uie coming j ear. members and following a short busi- tract or two. The hook is oh-ainabie
The club has a membership of 30 men ! riess sesnion spent a very delightful ,at the public library and is the patient
iho meet the f'rs' aud third Tuesday i evening in sociability. Charades and '. work of a man who descended into
fvenings of each month, take supper other games were played and a light and took part in the poverty of the thor says:
together and devote the evening hours ! lunch w as served during the course of icp!e in order to get at the fee s. "When I learned that in lesser Lon-
(o the s'udy of some subject, dealing j tne evening. The society is making It is noteworthy that the scoffer never don there are 1,292,707 people who re-
with social" rervire. During 'the last I Plans for a weinie roast to be held really cares to see the thing he dis-j reived 21 shillings (about $5.11; or
Winter the club took as a guide Dr. I 80me ,in,e "ext weeli' tne P!are of believes. The V. S. Home Commis- j less a week per family, I became in
Vard'B book "The Social Plea of the ' holdinK having been left undecided. , sion. composed of reliable men, it will j terested as to how th w ages could
fhurch" and nmv verv Interesting Miss Kdna Buettner, w ho went as a be remembered mode a tour of this j best be spent in order to maintain the
PERSONAL POINTS jj
Mrs. IJarry Brooks and daughter
Marjory of Kansas City are visiting
in the city.
Mrs. Charles Mahaffey has returned
j to her home in Cedar Rapids after a
visit in the city.
Mrs. Ebba Homborg of New Wind
sor is a guest of her uncle, A. Olson, in
Mrs. C. Mickelso'i of Ch'eago is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Fred Fossel!,
727 Thirty-fourth street.
C. T. Meenan, 25CS Eighth avenue,
has returned from a river trip to Sc.
Paul and o'her northern points.
D. W. Hunt has gone to Toronto and
other eastern points. He was accom
panied by Mrs. W. P. Hunt, who will
be joined by her husband at Toronto.
Thomas B. Killila, 2808 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue, left today enroute to
Rome, Italv, where he is to complete
his studies for the Roman Catholic
priesthood. For the past three years I
he has been a student at St. Joseph's
college, Dubuque, Iowa.
vtr2o AMsixic:: c-rraKi ranrt
eggs well beaten and the blueberries,
with a very little of the given amount
of flour shaken over them. Bake in
gem pans twenty-five minutes and
serve with a hard sauce aud a few
FRESH FR11T riilMHNU.
Material Milk, one cup; flour, cup;
butter, four tablespoon; sugar, three
tablespoons; egg yolks, three.
Utensils Mold, measuring cup, ta
blespoon, egg beater, double boiler.
Directions Scald the milk with tha
butter in the double boiler, add the
flour and stir until smooth, add the
sugar and remove from the fire. Beat
tha yolks of eggs well and stir into
tin mixture. Butter the mold and
sprinkle with granulated sugar. Tour
in a little batter and then a layer of
any fresh fruit, such as peaches, pears,
bananas, etc. Then more batter asd
then fruit with the mixture on top.
Set the moid in a pan of hot water and
bake until firm. Serve with fruit or
. FRIHTED rt nntNG, 5AB.1YOX
Material Grated bread crumbs, two
cups; sugar, one cup; milk, three
cups; English currants, one-half cup:
fics, one-half cup; cinnamon, one-half
teaspoonful; salt, one-half teaspoon
ful; eggs, three.
Utensils Egg beater, bo" i, meas
uring cup, spider, tablespoon, tea
spoon, molds, double boiler.
Directions Beat the eggs, put halt
the sugar into the spider and cook to
caramel; dissolve in one-half cup of
water and boil to thick syrup. Add
the remaining sugar, half teaspoonful
of salt, the same of cinnamon, milk
and the beaten eggs. Pour all over
the bread crumbs generous measure
currants and figs cut in small pieces.
Mix thoroughly and turn into buttered
and sugared molds; 6et these into a
pan of hot water and bake in a mod
erate oven until the custard is set,
turn from tho molds and serve hot
with the Sabayon sauce.
Bir one whole egg and two egg
yolks until well mixed. Gradually beat
in a half cup of sugar. Turn into the
double boiler and beat while adding
a half cup of sherry or highly flavored
fruit juices. Continue beating until
it thickens slightly. Add a teaspoon
ful of lemon juice and turn into a cold
dish, to stop the cooking, as it curdles
when cooked too long.
Christian Spirits Congregation
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The First Christian Spirits church
has recently been organized with Mrs,
Julia Aifred cf Davenport as minister;
Mrs. Charles Corl of Rock Island as
P'-esident a ad Mrs. Iena Freycrmuth i
of Davenport as vice president. The
meetings are held each Sunday night
at 7:45 in Odd . Fellows' hall Fifth
and Brady streets, Davenport and mes
sage meetings arc conducted every
Thursday aft'rnonn at 2 o'clock at the
home if Mrs. Alfred, 511 West Six
teenth street, Davenport. The pic
ture here show n was taken a tho time
cf recepticn of membcra at the first
and prcfi'able evenings were spent R 1 e cnurcn to tne country, but the general publication of, physical efficiency of such famines. I
in its stuJv. The club began oner-1 na,ipnal meeting of the United Pres- their findings was suppressed, It apThe whole $5.11 is spent for food and!
' '' ! bVterian YOUIiC POOItle's SOOietV It' lulrlnK ceeminplr thl tl- ncnnln I rent Thorfl Is nr. mnnav- loft
'aMons last evcuins by choosiug the ; - .,, t " " y .
J Waterloo. last month, will eive a re- 1, kci L-tm- r. mimi nf ih m- rw tha m r, ,na nti
'ollowine officers- ----- . - - - - - .. mau wu. a. v,i
PimMphi a T Rurton port of ,hose f,f-ps;!:8 at tne hour of actual conditions. ;beer. the family must ea that much
; Vice-president Dr. W. E. Mart'n.
E Secretary-treasurer H. F. Hinkley.
A committee on program presented
tcpics for study for t.he next several
months and the subjects as suggested
re of vital interest and mean a most
profitable year. Leaders are appoint
ed fer each meeting and following
the presentaUen of the subject the
members discuss it in open meeting,
PARTY FOR MISS HUBERS.
the society meeting tomorrow even-' However bad in spots as America's less. The members of this family
'ES- working classes may be, so far they cannot tfde in busses or trams, cannot
have not been sunken to the abyssmal ; write letters, take outings, go to a'tu
depths of those in the cities of Liver-; penny gaff for cheap vaudeville, join
THE MISSES ELSIE AND EDNA ; ihcl 'and London. There conditions ; social or benefit clubs, nor can they
Haak of 824 Vine street, Davenport, j have come' about through long con-; buy sweetmeats,' tobacco, books or
entertained at a party at the Daven-j tinued mismanagement in legislation, ! newspapers. The question naturally
port Outing club yesterday as a pre- profit always being the feature, unt'l arises. How do they live? The answer
nuptial courtesy for Miss Lillian Hu-: now' tha English people find themselves , is, they do not live. They do not know
They drag out a subter
ON DUTY TOMORROW
New P. A. Y. E. cars will be placed
on the Tb'rd avenue line tomorrow
morning, according to the announce
ment of the Tri-City Railway company
officials today. Shipments are being
received daily and lc ts noped that
the Fourth avenue line can be equip
ped within a week and the Elm street
line withia the next 10 days.
lr.g great good from the sessions.
fThe topics and the leaders as announc
ed last evening for the next several
nuetings are: .
' "Substantia! Value of Woman's
A Clean, Healthy Scalp
' Means Thick, Glossy Hair
bers. a bride of the fall. The games j unable to remedy the pauperism. The what life is
were played at five tables in the par-! country has put its wealth into a mon ! bestial existence until mercifully re-
ui5 us.ue a. I lorir.d.i.y an.l Uin- iorB cf tne rlub house and the rooms ! nmentil toner unmindful nf th rnrted leased bv rtpath
were very prettily decorated with the base that gives it its tottering sup- i individual case visited was that of a
chosen colors of the bride, pink anrf port
white. Baskets of asters tied with ! The povertr of England is chronic,
pink tulle and very large baskets of j and it is well to consider how it came
Givp the t air a (rood bruthig- dailv and
cml carefuliv. .Nrvrr use a wlrr bruoii
nor a cnH.ip-t-K.thcd comh. Avoid -dvm"
mid harsh nmtur-; do r..t l;av-'the
batr intfd and never ur jry rham
poo. ollow th ririiixe rule and
wah tli hair and im p s often a
nnMsry and ot w!:i hiva biia-bt,
yountf Uokmr hair and plenty of it.
A tearoo:ifL;l of IJ'Miier'a Shampoo
dlaolvd (n a cup ot hot water makr
n ideal wl' and Is a poritivs tx'nt-tlt
to tha hair roota and cculp. brrause it
1 not only a thorough ilfa-nr. but a
Hntl stimulator as w-ell. The regular
ua of this hair wath cnrre-ta minor
ica.Ip troubles ajid makes the hair wavy
and gifitty and liisures a plentiful
tprowxh. rich in lt natural color.
All dnnnrt'" 'U Mother's Shampoo
la 26-eent rclrBe. containlnr enough
for tt tfl!ishtful abampooa. (Adv.;
golden rod. daisies and other wild
flowers were used in profusion about
the -rooms . The favors In the games
were given to Miss Norma Wiese,
Miss Camilla Aufderheide and to the
honoree. A course supper was served
in the dining room where asters In
pink and white colors carried out the
decorative scheme. Mrs, Frank Walk
er of Youngstown, Ohio, was an out of i
about that we in as fair a country do
not impose upon future generations a
structural government built upon the
surely shifting sands of profit
young girl, 12 years of age. charged
with stealing food. We found her the
depuy mother of a boy of 9, a crip
pled boy of 7, and a younger child.
Her mother was a widow and a blouse
maker. She paid $1.25 a week rent.
Here are the last items in her hous'-
PARTY FOR MISS KITTILSEN.
MISS EDNA KITTELSEN OF
Sherbrooke, Que., who is visiting in
the city, was the guest of honor at a
dinner party given last evening by
Miss Myrtle Kittilsen at her borne,
824 Nineteenth street. Nine girl
friends of the honoree were the guests
at a course dinner served at 6 o'clock.
The table bad its center piece, a brass
It is perhaps from the awfulness of ! keeping account: Tea. 1 cent: sugar.
the condition of the working people: cent; bread, cent; margarine, 2
cents; oil, 3 cents, and firewood, 1
It is enough, to make the thoughtful
echo the cry, "Has God forgot," when
countless numbers exist as do the peo
ple of England's slums. It .makes one
wonder Just what is necessary to jar
the sleek and self-complacent from
their downy white beds, away from
their over-laden tables! to a realization
of the misery of which they, in the
eyes of the Just, are the evil-smelling
beneficiaries 'The poverty-stricken
millions, who challenge our wine and
bread, and imjleach vs all as traitors,
that the militant woman of England
i has gotten the Impression that the
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putting greens, her race courses, her
abbeys, and countless other attrac
tions for the aristocratic classes. Is as
nothing compared to the loss of the
most valuable of earth's treasure
man. There is a depth of poverty from
which we may not rise, a leprosy of
condition for which no remedy exisis.
Tet nature demands that through it
all the putresence shall breed, thrust
ing ahead a being of flesh and scried
bone with no glimmer of soul extant.
II LICENSED TO WED II
John Wikbolm Rock Island
Miss May Bengston Rock Isiar.d
Roy Peppel Willow Lake, S. .D ;
Miss HatUe Elliott Chicago
A HUGE DOCUMENT
Arguments of Convicted Men to
Be Heard by Chicago Court
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 10. I'nited
States Attorney Miller today forward
ed 725 pages constituting the govern
ment's brief in the appeal of the con
victed dynamiters to the federal court
of appeals at Chicago. It i3 a re
markably brief document in relation
to other records in the cases, the evi
dence given at the trial last winter
alone filling 27,009 pages and the de
fendants' bill of exceptions totalling
6,'KIO pages. Only 'M of the .13 con
victed men are involved in the ap
peal. Secretary Hockin of the Iron
Workers having dismissed his appeal
from a six-year sentence, while Ed
wards Phillips and Charles Wademeis
ter Wi;re. released on rarole by the
court. The court of appeals will meet
in Chicago tho first Tuesday in Octo
ber, when a date for arguments la
the appeal will be seL
Chamberlain's Coilc, Cholera -and
Diarrhoea Remedy is today the best
known medicine in ue for tho relief
and cure of bowel complaints. It
cures gripiiig, diarrhoea, dysenterr,
and should be taken at the first un
natural looseners cf the bowels. It
is equally valuable for children and
adulis. It always cire3. . Sold by all
druggists. (Adv.) . - .
Charles 3ooth, who engaged in a both the living and the dead,"
WILL BE HERE TUESDAY
The Yeggy-Doa Sales' agency have
received a message from the Kissel
Kar Motor Car company of Hartford,
stating that the auto-patrol, recently
purchased by the city, has been
shipped and will be in Rock Island
not later than Tuesday on next week.
Duluth A report made to the con
ference of the Swedish Baptist church
said the sanitarium for consumptives
at Denver was filled and regretted the
church did not have enough money to
build a place that would house all ap
p'.icants. Lingrcn Carlson, E. Carlson
and C. 3. Clafford, all of Chicago,
were made members of the committee
d the Gr
Is the Topic of the Celebrated
Free Bible Lecture by
At The EMPIRE THEATRE
Sunday Morning at 10:30
Admission Free. No Collection.