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THE ROCK ISLAn) ARGUS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1913.
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I Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl
1 15 years old. A. young man who
I dislike verv much 1 trvtn m'nv
Inattention to me. He Is married and
(Is living with his wife. I can seldom
jjjro anywhere but that he manages to
!et there, too, much to my displeas-
!Jure. He claims he lores me and tells
me so every time he gets a chance!
iWhat ought I to do? My parents do
Jnot care what I do at all about any
Jjthing. Shall I tell his wife? They
III have had no quarrels and I hate to do
so. Would it be best for me to leave
' ANXIOUS INQUIRER.
itie man only wishes you harm.
Tell him the next time he troubles you
f that If ho does not leave you aione you j other one that I know likes me, but
(4) Ii would only seem courteous
that he should want to give her some
pleasure in return.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
girl of IT. Ami too young to go with
C) There is a certain boy I know
and liko very much and there's an-
jwill report him to the probate judge of
(jour county. The probate judje will
lae" that you are protected.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) 1 am a
.girl of 22 years and am engaged to
'A boy of twenty. He is in business
there would have been present rep
resentatives of five generations, as
her great-great-granddaughter. miie
Miss Catherine Peck, the daughter or
nr Jj.vmr.nrt e Peck, who is her
oldest great-grandson, was one of the
little folks of the family to attend
the ceremony. Those who have ar
rived for the wedding and who were
guests at the dinner last evening are
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Iludgins and Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Peck of Indianapolis,
who are stopping with Dr. and Mrs.
Raymond E. Peck of Kirkwood boule
vard; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gates of
Los Aneeles. Cal.. euests of Mr. ana
Mrs. C. Crossett of "Betheda Ter
race;" Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harlan of
Los Angeles, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. J.
U. Johnston of Cedar Rapids, Iowa;
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Brown of Sigour
ney, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. A. Fletcher
Marsh or Chicago; Thomas Fox of
Cincinnati, Ohio, and W. S. Harlan of
Lockhart, Ala., all the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. J. W. WaUtelc. -
PLAY PROVES A SUCCESS.
THE LITTLE WORKERS' CLASS
of the Central Presbyterian church,
under the direction of Miss Grace
Bromlev. presented a play, "Reflected
as long as I have the former one on (Glory," in the church entertainment
for himself and well able to support
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navise me to marry nim?
i; (2 What ii your opinion or a nelgh-
bor young lady who drops in for din
I er and comments en it to the neigh-i'bors?
.geat for a bride to near at a mornirur
j tJ is it proper for a young man to
4have dinner with a young lidy every
ISunday and not invite her out in re
fturn to some place of amusement?
U) Merry him. If you love him 175.-
rr.y mind I can't treat the latter right.
Please advise me.
(3) What is good to remove frec
kles? (4) Will a skirt draped a little bit
look all right with a Balkan blouse.
(5) Is a girl of sixteen too young for;acters was as follows
hail last evening. There was a large
audience present and the affair proved
a great success. The scene of the
play was in the women's waiting room
of the Delaware, Lackawanna fc
Western railroad and the cast of char-
a debut party? Are there many or
Would these given nowadays?
(1) You are not too young to have
(2) Don't put all your hopes and af
fections on one boy, my dear. Such
matters are very uncertain at your
ege. Make up your mind that you are
going to see nice things in all the boys
you know except those that are not
good company for a nice girl.
(3) Try this for the freckle: One
os. av. petrolatum, 1 oz. av. labolin
(anhydrous), 1 fluid ox. hydrogen per-
J W0 worth: but it might be wiser to
!walt ur.tll he is of ae and at a legal
;age to marry on his own account
If (2) She is ill-hred.
t. (3) Hie may wrar white In full brl-
IHal array, with high nrk and long
Isleevex, or she Hii;y wear her going
Phoebe Snow Margaret Kerr
Enthusiastic Patron of D. L. & W.,
' The Road of White.'"
Matron Elsie Garrity
Miss Amelia Dunn .. Louise McLean
Enroute to read a paper on "New
s High School Girls:
Gladys Elisabeth Blechschmidt
M?bel Martha Riddell
Marjorie Doris Vaughan
Miss Agnes Downing, a celebrated
actress Mildred Hackett
Starring in "A New Thought in
the Oid Story."
with the prizes going to Miss Jessie
Booth and Miss Ruth Weber, and spe
cial pretty favors for the honorees.
Pretty fall flowers trimmed the
rooms and a luncheon was served at
the small tables after the games.
FOR VISITING LADIES.
MRS. J. F. ROBINSON IS ENTER
taining at her hospitable home, 613
Twentieth street, this afternoon in
honor of Miss Amy Henderson and
Miss Ruby Williams. A company of
40 young women are the guests of
Ithe afternoon and they are entertain
ed by an informal program of organ,
piano and vocal numbers. A two-
couse luncheon is served in the din
ing room, where the fall flowers trim
the rooms.. Miss Henderson, who is
the house guest of Mrs. Robinson,
leaves next week for Cedar Rapids,
where she will resume her work as
kindergarten teacher. Miss Williams,
formerly of this city now of Normal,
is spending a few weeks in the city.
RECEPTION AT AUGUSTANA.
SEVERAL HUNDRED TRI-CITY
9tudcnU and friends gathered at Au-
gustana . college last evening on the
invitation of the reneral faculty for
the annual opening receDtion. The
gueets were received in the Denk-
mann Memorial library and after they
had gathered an informal program
was carried out. Dr. Bartholomew
vice president of the institution, said
a few words of welcome and A. J,
Burton of the high school followed
with an able address to the students
Musical numbers were given by the
Wennerberg chorus and later in the
evening refreshments were served.
oxiae, iiuia on. acrpuc acid. rrotectiMaid Miss M. E. Kerr
your skin from the sun as much as! child, traveling aloae, Gladys Hackett
possible. To make the hair thicker. ! Trainman . . Rnherf Piprrp
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the scalp and massage it well every
(;) Yes. Eighteen is the Ege. Qulle
a number are given.
THIS AFTERNOON AT 4 O'CLOCK
took place the marriage of Miss Helen
Vernette Rowley, daughter of Mrs.
A. J. Rowley of Clinton, Iowa, to Oscar
C. Staby. son of Mrs. W. P. Betten
dorf of Bettendorf. The ceremony
was celebrated at the home of the
bride's mother and only members of
the Immediate families were the
guFss. The bridal couple was unat
tended. Pink and blue were the wed
ding colors carried out with flowers
and ribbons, and a wedding dinner
followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Staby will lesve this evening for an
MUSIC DEPARTMENT PROGRAM, j not in any way conf.ict wih the v. ork j extended wedding trip and upon their
, iinv mum jibhii.M, t: inK tna: is be.ni done by that organiza-1 return m pe ai nome at me tsetten
ctrgan r.n:..on or t lie music department ; tion. Because of the nature of the two ; oorl
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I I ri f I I I I H II II ill V
V 1 1 I 1 1 "UH"
:i me woman s liub v. as held yist'-T-i'.iUy
afternoon at the liome of the de-
residence in Bettendorf. Mr.
societies, their way of carrying on the j13' ls a known business man
vi.rk is quite diffprent and different : OI uavenport, a member or tne whole
tPrtm-nt chairman. Mrs. J. K. Scott, i rcruhs are also accomplished. The-rei31 grocery firm of Smith Bros. &
friiMX Twenty-first r.trert, ho was also
Jjllie leader of th afternoon. Th'1 nic'
Mrc was very informal, lei:i.e: devoted
lljfinrr ;o a r, i-:!nti:i: the nir-inl)-r. with
j?h' pliin r.f f i inly tlia i to actual st;:(iy.
(The first half hour was given ov.r to
jftii informal study of tun topic, the
jy'.anctoni , anj ti:" lnt hnlf hour to
jjhp illtit t rnt ion of tlio topic. M'ss
J Jiiore nr? M ( oiu!m rr i.l a pnpr on REUNION PRECEDES WEDDING
jfche subject. "Tin. Evuintion f iliet AND MRS. J. W. WATZEK
J-rinii'.fortp." a:id th" tnisical m.mlirrs jmtertatned at dinner last evening at
j Kcre given by Miss Lois Iluiiliar.i. who their hon: on Brady street, comp'.i-
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Jrrm hi kc, scnes. "To Uie Sf-a'" andiWatsek. ar.d his fiance. Miss Helen
is 8om misundTstarding on thisoues
ticn, people bring under the impres
sion tha the two organizations have
trerr"d as one for the study of music.
This is not the fsct, and each soci'Hy
keeps a distinct organization and car
ries on its work alcng the same lines
but in a did", rent manner.
'?o lg." ami .Mi.s C'.ad.w M Nan.ai a, I Ficke. daughter of Hon. and Mrs. C.
Jvvho p'aved "The Fauns," by Cadmaj. ! A. Ficke, whose wedding will be the
yn iuit'itio-.ial numner of the aft-r- j social event of tonight. The dinner
jiooti :ts glwn by, Miss .lor ph;r.e i was a fmiily Teunion as well as a
f'ook. w ho plated a melody in' (i Cat. j prcnuptial for the young people as it
liy ('adtr.an. The U parttnent wjl! fol-j a' the first coming together of the
t low a tiuMjGos or si'uiy cn mus.c n sis tjrot tiers ana sisters or Mrs. J. w .
ireneroi. tne :it?iu!,MT i)-i ;g c;)e:ipa
Jy the l''srier p.a qrif etions to l.o an
Jswrred ly the tienar'.me'it members.
TTlie cf each topic is iliided 1 c-
ern two meetings snd !n this way a
Va!.:f! the aunts and uncles of the
groom --for some 1C years. The only
regre was that Mrs. Caroline Postill
of Pigourney, Iowa, who is the great
grandmot'ier of Mr. Wat.'ie'K. wa3 un-
jprip tlioroegh knowledge ef the suo-jnble to coiro for the wedding. Mrs.
1,'ocl ill be r.ffjv:red. Mrs. F. K. I Fes till is over ?0 years or age end
fjvncsd; v :il Uo she uxt hostess. The ! v. !:l!e active abo-ut her own home hns
!liiur;c (lei'St ttuent of the Woman's club 1 Pive n 5 the affairs that involve much
Is a distinct organization from thp ! physical exertion or fatigue. If she
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MISS JANE HAWKINS. DAUGHTER
of Rev. end Mrs. C. E. Hawkins, was
a very much surprised girl last even
ing when returning to her home, 4315
Eighth avenue, from an errand, she
found the house filled with 20 of her
girl friends, who had come to give
her a farewell party before her de
parture for her new home in Kanka
kee, 111. The girls carried out an im
promptu program, in which each one
either recited, sang or played or gave
some stunt, and which proved most
smcsing. They were served with re
freshments, and the delightful evening
came to a close only too soon. The
hostess was presented with a book
by the girls. Miss Jane will remain
in the city, the guest of Miss Marie
Williams, until her parents are settled
in their new home in Kankakee.
IN HONOR OF BRIDES ELECT.
THE MISSES GERTRUDE YOLK
and Blanche Smith, brides of the fall,
were honorees at a party given es
erday by Miss Mary Streeper at her
heme. 9:10 Twenty-second street. Auc
ticn bridge was the game of the af'er-
MISS HARTZ HOSTESS.
MISS MAUDE HARTZ IS ENTER
taming a company of young women
this afternoon at her home, 531 Nine
teenth street, as a prenuptial courtesy
for three October brides. Miss Blanche
Smith, Miss Gertrude Volk and Miss
Irene Don. Five tables of bridge are
being played, with favors for' the win
ncrs and special favors for the honor
ees. The house is simply but prettily
trimmed wl'h late fall flowers, and a
luncheon will be served at the small
tables after the games. Miss Arlene
Hopuns ot .New ork City, who is to
be Miss Yolk's maid of honor, is a
guest of the afternoon.
RALLY MISSION MEETING.
A RALLY MEETING OF THE Wo
man's Mission society of Broadway
Presbyterian church was held yester
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. A.
H. McCandless, OOf; Twenty-third
street. Mrs. W. S. Marquis was in
charge of the meeting, and the home
mission topic on the Mormons was
discussed by Mrs. F. R. Harrington.
The foreign topic, "Africa," was a gen
eral discussion participated in by all
the ladies to whom had been sent
postcards on which were pictures of
scenes in Africa. These pictures serv
ed as subjects Tor the discussion.
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
the engagement and approaching mar
riage of Miss Rose E. Hannan, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hannah cf
308 Forty-fifth street. Rock Island, to
Harry D. Giles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Giles of 1135 Twenty-sixth
avenue, Moline. Thi3 interesting bit
of news will come as a surnrise to
their many friends. The wedding is
set for Oct. 29, and will be solem
nized at Sacred Heart church, Rock
Island, the Rev. J. F. Locknev officiat
ing. After Nov. a the young people
will be at home at 1525 Twenty-ninth
and-a-half street. Rock Island.
of this city. The time was very
pleasantly spent and the hostess was
presented with a number of nice gifts.
BETHANY HOUSE COMMITTEE.
MEMBERS OF THE BETHANY
house committee held the first meeting
of the fall season yesterday afternoon
with Mrs. John Cooper, 2324 Sixth
avenue, yesterday afternoon. . The
time was devoted to plans for tag day
which comes next Saturday, tags were
tied and all matters pertaining to the
sale of them attended to. Following
the business session a social hour was
enjoyed and the hostess served a
lunch. Mrs. Aldridge of East Moline
will entertain the committee at the
AT A CALLED MEETING OF THE
Brotherhood of Memorial Christian
church held last evening at the
church committees were appointed to
csrry on the work of that organiza
tion. The city was divided into seven
districts and a commit.tee of four
members for each district will look
after the needs in that particular ter
ritory, both as regards illness, help,
arousing cf interest ?n meetings, etc.
The entire evening was occupied with
arrangements for carrying on this
LOYAL BEREANS PLAN WORK.
THE LOYAL BEREANS CLASS OF
Memorial Christian church or which
Mrs. F. A. Graves is the teacher, held
a pleasant meeting last evening with
Mrs. Mary Shaw, 714 Ninth street.
with a good attendance or the mem
bers. Plans w-ere discussed for the
future work of the class and arrange
ments were made for a pie sociable
to be held some time next month.
During an hour of sociability refresh
ments were served.
COVENANT SEWING CLASS.
MRS. F. W. DE LONG AND MRS
N. G. Fredericks, at the home cf the
latter, 2532 Eighth-and-a-half avenv.e,
were the hostesses yesterday to mem
bers of the Covenant Sewing class of
the First Methodist church. They spent
a busy afternoon preparing for their
bazar, which is given each year for
ACdllRIXG THE TASTE FOR OLIVE
Oil. AM HIMI OI.1VKS.
Did you ever stop to think why
bread and butter? Bread why, no
one can remember when bread was
not called the "staff of life," but why
buiter it? Perhaps because you al
ways have. Maybe because your par
ents, grandparents and great-grandparents
always buttered theirs.
It might have been instinct which
taught us that we require a balanced
ration. Our bodies not only need the
really the juice of a TegetabJe which,
in the olive, takes the form o oil.
Make your salads and greens an . ex
cuse fcr consuming olive oil, for in
that way lies health. Be careful and
buy the best and purqst oil possible,
then the taste will be easily acquired.
The dressings, for salads arc muc.h
better liked if. the oil and vinegar or
emon juice with salt and pepper &is
mixed well together first; it is then
called French dressing. Onions, pars
ley, mustard, horseradish and many
other things are added to this dress
ing for a change. The heavier dress
ing known as mayonnaise is made
from yolks of eggs, oil and seasoning.
Many women tell me they, or sou?
member of their family, will not or
cannot eat olive oil, but they eat and
renewal of muscle and tissue, but 1 like a cooked dressing. - Any cooked
Is the case, make the cooked dressing.
also tha maintenance of heat and en
ergy. The bread supplies the tissue
and the butter or oil supplies much
heat and energy, and, if a good pure
oil, it does much toward building
leaving out the butter: remove from
the fire when done end bent in a little
at a time several tablespconfuls of oil
nerve tissue. That is why we ought land gradually the family will learn to
to butter our bread. That ls why we like it anv way it is used, but I re-
ought to eat pure olive oil with our t peat, be very careful in the selection
salads and likewise in many other culi
Take this as your slogan, "It is bet
ter to stay healthy than to waste iime
and money getting healthy." This is
the age of hygiene, not medicine. Med
icines are for emergencies; pure foods,
rightly prepared, are for every day.
Only recently I overheard some
one say "we have too great a variety
in our meals." What an ignorant
statement! With 16 different ele
ments in our bodies constantly crying
out to be fed, we surely need a vary
ing diet omnivorous without glut
tony. "A little cf each, too much ot
of a brand of oil of fine flavor. Your
grocer will be able to give brands and
prices of the best oiis on the marKet.
Learn to eat ripe olives in preference
to the green ones. Every cell is then
fuil of oil and they have a rich nutty
flavor and are among the oldest, most
healthful and nutritious foods known.
)l I-M now Bl.O'MI SAI.AI).
Spread Icivos of well blanched let
tuce on individual dishes; then cow
slip or nasturtium blossoms and
leaves around the edge, a bunch of
cress in the center and a sprinkling
of pickled nasturtium pods. Serve
with French dressing.
Use fresh boiled lobster, if possible;
The "taste" or liking for olives or 1
olive oil should come instinctively to j remove meat from shell and cut, but
the purpose of raising monpy to carry ! the normally healthy person. And it not too fine, because In a proper lob-
nil thplr rharttv work Th" moiliers ' cuaramerisuc; 01 me unnuii-ai tici amau uiiv i-uuuiu uu lmu iu 111
Is'and Musical club and does ! had cotie for the wedding tonight I non and was played at three tables
Manuel, After Honeymoon, Will Live in England
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Ex-King Manuel and hit bride.
London,-SepL '27. Ex King Manuel J Abercorn House, Richmond, the pal
:Lt r.t - 1. nnw nn . honev-! ace cf his mother. Queen Amelie.
taiooa with his bride. Princess Augus-
! line Victoria of
Europe is still wondering why the
i immensely wealthy snd hiehlv con-
Hohenzo'.lern-Sig-' rHneess married Manuel after
fH.arlr.gen, will live in England. On a)j his liasons and his debts. The
'tis return to this country he will oc-
w a house at Twickenham, end he
chances of Manuel's ever rega;nin?
If Manuel is no more than a pre
tender, his claims to 'a throne are at
least as strong as are those of the
family into which he married. The
Hohenzcllerns of Sigmaringen claim
to be the rightful rulers of Germany; in
CENTRAL MISSION SOCIETY.
MISS EMILY FREEMAN, 1111 Six
teenth street, was the hostess at the
September meeting of the Woman's
Mission society of the Central Presby-
ter.an church yesterday afternoon
Mrs. Hoppe conducted the devotional
services and Miss Freeman was in
charge of the program and gave a
paper on the foreign topic, Africa.
The home mission topic was the out
look for the yeir. Refreshments
were served during the social hour
that followed the program and busi
ness session. Mrs. P. C. Simmons
will be the hostess in October.
LAURA MARQUIS CIRCLE MEETS.
MRS. W. G. OGLEYEE AT HER
heme, 1524 Thirtieth stree, entertain
ed the members of the Laura Marquis
circle of South Park Presbyterian
church yesterday Efternoon. The
president of the cirrie, Robley Clark,
rresided and following the reading of
the secretary's and treasurer's reports
plans were discussed for a Hallowe'en
party to be given at the church. The
circle also pledged ?25 towards the
cnurcn indebtedness. No program?
was given and the remainder of the
time was spent socially and refresh
ments were served by Mrs. Ogievee.
PRENUPTIAL FOR MISS OLSON.
A PRENUPTIAL COURTESY FOR
Miss Grace O'.scn whose marriage to
Mr. Cranser of this city is an event
of early October, was given yesterday
by Mrs. H. P. Staple at her home on
Aiken street. South Rock Island. At
1 o'clock a course dinner was served,
the tab'e having as its decoration
pink and white asters. During the
afternoon hcura there was a contest
in which the prizes were w-on by Mrs.
J. Schaum and Mrs. Nettie Ritchey.
The honoree was presented with a
number of very nice pieces of hand
painted china, and linen.
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTY.
FIFTEEN LADIES GATHERED AT
the home of Mrs. James McCabe, S20
Twenty-fourth street, yesterday to cel
ebrate her birthday snniversary. They
had not previously announced their
coming and the hostess was much
'surprised when the ladies walked in
on her. They brought with them a
I nice lunch, which they served, and
a contest of the afternoon the
brought their children, a number of
whom were there. The hostess served
a nice lunch after a busy afternoon.
MRS. M'CANDLESS HOSTESS.
MRS. A. H. M'CANDLESS, 903
Twenty-third street, entertained the
pupils and teachers of the intermedi
ete department of Broadway Presby
terian Sunday school, of which she
is superintendent, last evening at her
home. Fifty people were the guests
of the evening and they were delight
fully entertained with games and
music and the company was served
PARTY FOR MISS MTTILSEN.
MISS ALICE NICKELSON, OF 1110
Eleventh street, Moline, entertained
Thursday night at an informal dinner
party in honor of Miss Edna Kittilsen
of Sherbrooke, Que, who is visiting
iii the city. Dinner wa3 served at 7
o'clock, with covers la.'.d for eight
young women. Autumn flowers were
used to decorate the tables and the
evening was devoted to a card game.
PENNY LUNCH TONIGHT.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
the Memorial Christian church will
serve a penny lunch this evening from
5 to 8 o'clock at the church. The
ladies in charge of the affair are Mas-
dames E. M. Wright, J. W. Van Arsdel,
W. F. Kaupke, W. A. Robison ami
CELEBRATE CRYSTAL WEDDING.
REV. AND MRS. THOMAS E.
Newland will celebrate their crystal
races, if strong, wen nounsnea ana
active, olive oil helps to keep you so;
and if run down, with wasted tissues,
disordered stomach and intestintil in
digestion, take olive oil a table
spoonful three times a day. Do not
let morbid tastes bind you down any
longer and say "I can't eat olive oil."
Remember it is not an animal fat but
tinguish the meat by sight and by
taste; mix the smallest ot the meat
with equal parts celery, and hard-boiled
eggs chopped together. Mound it
up on lettuce leaves and pour over
it one-half pint of mayonnaise mixed
with one-third whipped cream. Garnish
with ripe olives nnd the larger redder
pieces of the lobster.
WAR? WHAT FOR?
OF BUFF LINEN
BY MARY AQUIN.
And yet how sweet
The sound along the marching s'reel
Of drum and fife! And I forget
Wet eyes of widows, and forget
Broken old mothers, and the whole
Dark butchery without a soul."
Even Barnum, reviewing as a shade
the trend of events on this part of the
mundane sphere, America, would hive
to admit tha- the Yankees 110 longer
like to be fooled. In fact, they never
liked it. It was simply a little error
in calculation on the part cf Mr. Bar
num when he advertised us as buyers
of penny whistles, for he really was
ivinu a eood show for the money. It
was a case of under-cstima'ion of h'm
Our near neighbors, taking a tip
from the relations at Wall street, think
ing to Barnumize us, have discovered
that we still go to see the circus, but
we no longer follow it into tho next
county. The frantic beating of the
tom-tom at Mexico City failed to arouse
the savage. We have shed the feath
ers and abandoned the war paint and
'first !n everything" have shown the
entire world what a sane people should
disprove of. It seems to have been
the opinion that all that was necessary
was to take us by the ear, march us
to the border, and, pointing out the
victims of peonage, order us to fire
away in the sacred name of Morgan
We are not interested in war, nor
warriors; neither is our uoa a goiuen 1 peasant, with my loving wife by my
calf. Neither are these thing3 In the 1 side, knitting as the day died out of
the throne of Portugal seem decided y J but the truth is they lost all sot-(prizes were won by Mrs. F. O'Brien
--1 - arranjiof for a residence near j remot?.
ereignty in 1849,
This pretty frock 13 made of mul
berry satin. The lower part of the
skirt laps in the center of the front
from under a tunic which lap3 in the
center of the front under satin but
tons. The left side of the front of
the tunic is in one with the corsage,
and the right side is-joined to the
corsage with a seam and revers. The
tunic is slightly draped on each side
and is full length in tne back, and
opens in the center over a narrow
panel of satin. The corsage is made
with a long armhole, and the sleeve
is joined to the armhole with a seam.
jThe sleeves and the neck are finish
tcf Moline, and Mrs. Edward Kewcombjed with a baud of fur.
! for actual service unless they so dc
The people have become "hep" to
lie false us-.; of the word patriotism.
The Kansas farmer who contemplated
enjoining the war department from
sending literature advertising "a life
cf case and travel'' to his youngest
son, and intima'ing that it was a flim
flam game to cheat tho boy out of an
honorable liralihood. illustrated fi lit
tle forcibly the actual feeling of the
people In regard to the mailing of
War! What For? An Ohio man,
Kirkpatrick, ansnrrs the question in
a book of That title. The book isu't a
literary effort. It is a compilation' of
the facts of war, and It should prove
a very good antidote to administer to
those boys with strange yearnings who
are fascinated by the clever billboard
agent of dea'h. We can imagine -no
sadder picture than a troop of stal
wart boys in trailing for death.
And the glory of it? We think In
gersoll summed it tin in .exact fltn?ss
at the grave of Nopoleon:
"I thought of the widows and or
phans he had made; of the tears that
had been shed for his glory; and of
the only woman who had ever loved
him, pushed from his heart by the
cold hand of ai.ibition, and I said: '1
would rather have been a French peas
ant and .worn wooden shoes; I would
rather have lived in a hut, with a rlne
growing over the door and the grapes
growing purple in the autumn sun; I
would rather have been that poor
hearts or the peopls anywhere. Where
it exis's, it is so mistakenly. Even the
great mustached warrior of Europe,
Kaiser Wilhelm, has (jne arm tied be
hind by the growing intelligence of
the people, and though boasting the
finest equipment, may not trot it out
the sky, with my children upon my
Vnr.e and their arms about me; I would
ra her have been that man and gone
to the tongueless fcilence of the dream
less dust, than 10 have been that im
perial impersonation of Force and
wedding anniversary Monday evening
with a reception at the First Metho
dist church. The hour is set for 7
o'clock and members of the church
and their friends have been invited
to participate in the affair.
C. I. X. CLUB MEETS.
THE C. I. X. CLUB GIRLS WERE
entertained by Miss Helen Herrstrum
at her home, 1165 Twenty-fifth street,
Moline. Thursday evening. The time
was passed with fancy work and the
hostess served a nice lunch before the
close of the evening.
ALL DAY SEWING SESSION.
AN ALL DAY MEETING OF THE
Ladies' Aid society of the First Bap
tist church was held yesterday, the
ladies gathering in the morning to
spend the day sewing. They were
served with a picnic dinner at noon.
II LICENSED TO WED II
Richard Wegand Ellisvillc, Iowa
Mrs. Florence Smith. .Ellisville, Iowa
Brown's Evening School Opens With a
Large and Enthusiastic Group of
Young People. .
Brown's even'ng school had a good
enrollment for the first week. More
students have enrolled for next Mon
day. Do not put off this matter cf a
business education longer, but plan to
enroll Monday evening for one of the
On the steamer Helen Blair, through
Moline lock to Hampton. Leaves at
2:45 p. m., returns at 0 p. m. S5c
round trip. (Adv.)
You are requested to report at In
dustrial Home building, R. I., Sunday,
Sept. 25, at 1 o'clock, to attend the
funeral of Brother William Surr.
(Adv.) G- C. BIGGS PrcbideaU
to buy Second Hand Fur
niture, Stoves, Guns, Re-:
volvers, Watches, any
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