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XHi: ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1913.
Dear Mra. Thompson: (1) Who
..iraa the first person kissed?
(2) Who was the first musical com
poser? (3) When and, where did the Indi
(4) Why do people say "dressing
chickens when it is really undress-;
tog" Uiem? .
(5) When is the "iudjanent day
supposed to come to pass?
(6) What person lived the great
jest number of years?
(1) I can't remember back that
(2) Uls'ory gives no accurate
(3) This has never been decided.
X Judge you refer to the American
(4) The word "dressing" In this
, connection does not refer to clothing,
but means the ge'.tlng ready of the
low! for the occasion.
.. (5) Different sects have set d'ffer
ent times, but Christianity as a whole
seems to think that when Christ
comas again he will bring the judg
.; (6) Methusaleh, according to Bib
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am & girl
c-f seventeen and am. trying to lead a
Christian life. I've had experiences
with boys of all types and have suc
ceeded in leading a great many to
Christ. Not long ago I met a boy
whom I admired, but I heard such
dreadful things about him. I told
him about them. Did I do right?
talked to him and begged '.him to take
the girl he had wronged and shield
her from her disgrace. He denied it
all and used such slang in denouncing
them that I couldn't help think'ng it
Then he seemed to get control over
his anger and begged me not to be
lieve anything I heard!' for it was all
untrue. Bu' Mrs. Thompson I have
had so many peop te'l me the same
thing that I can't help believing it.
SPENCER OCTOBER COFFEE.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
Spencer Memorial Me'hodi8t church
held its October coffee and bakery
ale yes'erday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Fred W. Fosre'l. 727 Thirty
fourth street. Forty ladies attended
nd spnt a most d?iightful after
noon. At a business session the la
dies planned to hold a reception for
the new pastor of the church. Rev,
W. H. Tope, next Thursday evening at.
the church. The first division of i'i
society under the direction of Mrs.
Elva Whiteside will serve a dinner it!
the qhurch tjie third Thursday la
October. The society also planned for
the annual supper and bazar to be
held the last week in November at the
church. The ladies realized $13 from
the sale of their bakery goods and
coffee, the refreshments being served
by Mesdames Crash, Anders, Williams,
and aBteman. The next monthly
meeting will be with Mrs. Alva White
side, 4006 Seventh avenue.
FOREIGN MISSION SOCIETY.
MRS. S. E. MATT1SON. 1131 TWK.V
tleth street. as hostess at the Octo
ber meeting of the Woman's Foreign
Mission society of the First Methodist
church yesterday. Reports from var
ious officer were received and the
treasurer reported' that 1567.20 had
been contributed by tlie Foreign Mis
sion societies of the church during the
past year. Miss Florence Battles was
In charge of the program and Mrs.
Boomer read a letter from Bfcbop War
ren, who is located in India, telling of
the work being carried on Imthat coun
try. Mrs. Beckwith read a paper on
the mission work and Miws Battles
gave a summary of the first chapter
ct the new study book. "The King's
Business." Mrs. Anna Short conduct
ed the mission quis. A social hour
followed and Mrs. Mattison served re
HUMAN! AUXILIARY MEETING.
TKK LADIES' AUXILIARY TO
the Rock Island County Humane so
ciety held a meeting yesterday after
noon with Mrs. F. W. Rinck. 1020
Twentieth street, with a very Rood at
tendance of the members. Mrs. II. C.
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He said he heard things on me. Do
you think ne cia or was ne merely
My dear girl, put this boy out of
your mind. He is undoubtedly as bad
as you have heard and you can do
nothing with him. I do not think he
has heard anything bad about you.
He simply wanted to hurt you. He
doesn't want anything to do with you,
and If you follow him up it would only
do you harm. A girl of seventeen isn't
old enough to go about reforming
young men. The first thing she knows
one of them will be reforming HER
and net in the right direction.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (I) I came
here seven months ago and have
worked up to a responsible position
and am making gcoj money, but, 1
know no young ladies, so I wish to
know how to become acquainted with
ome nice girl who would allow me to
call on her once a week to spend the
evening. I am a young man twenty
four years old and have excellent hab
its. How would advise me to go about
(2) Also, what is your definition Sf
love? A. B. C.
(1) Ask to be invited o the homes
'of same of your men friends who
have sisters, or tell the married ones
to ask their wives to introduce you
to some nice girls. Visit around
among them un'il you think you have
found the girl you want to marry,
then go in iaad win. But don't single
out a girl without any intention of
marrying. It might bring suffering
to her and it wouldn't be square.
(2) Love' should be Joyful unselfish
devotion to one person with whom you
wish to. share all your life.
Kingcibury read I a paper on the Ameri
can luimane educational society. The
ladies spent the afternoon sewing for
their annual bazar, to be given some
time in December. Refreshments were
served during the social hour. Mrs.
George Biolil, 1004 Sixteenth street,
will be the next ltostess.
JO HAN SON-BOTTOM LEY,
THE MAURI AGE OF MISS GER
trude Bottamley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Able. of Andalusia, and
William Johanscn,. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ula Joltaoson of Milan, was celebrated
at 12:30 -o'clock Wednesday at the
German Evangelical church on
Twelfth street. Rev. F. J. Rolf officiat
ing at the ii service. The couple was
unattended. . After the ceremony they
returtved to the home of the bride la
Andalusia where a wedding supper
was served. The bride's gown was of
shadow lacetover a blue silk Blip. Mr.
and Mrs. Jolsanson will give a recep
tion Sunday in honor of their son
OLIVE CINCH CLUB.
MRS. GEORGE XOYES. 1325 Six
teenth street. Moline, entertained at
the fortnightly meeting yesterday,
members of the Olive Cinch club
Mrs. A. C. Stouffer took the first prtee,
a hand-painteti plate, . in the cinch
games.. Mrs. Palmer the second, hand-
painted salt and perper fhakers; the
ccnsolalion went to Mrs. John Peshin
ski of Davenport, a ring tree, and
the booby, a pan. went to Mrs. Elmer
Grafton, while Mrs. Frank Maucker,
Jr., of this city took the guest prfce,
several handkerchiefs. A lunch was
served during the course of the after
noon. Mrs. John Peshinski will enter
tain at Vander Veer park, Davenport,
in two weeks.
CELEBRATES 59TH BIRTHDAY.
MRS. E. GOSCH. 1207 SECOND
stret, entertained yesterday in honor
of her 59th birthday anniversary, the
ladies being the guests in the after
noon and they were joined in the even
ing by the men. In a peanut contest
in the afternoon. Mrs. W. Wolfe and
Mrs. W. Krambeck, both of Davenport,
and Mrs. George Baumbacb of this
city took the prizes. The evening
to livo and onto tSa rmr.l v,t-
hours following the serving of snpper
were devoted to playirg 500. Mrs.
Gosch was presented with many very
MISS RYAN FOR MISS NOTT.
MISS JULIA RYAN, AT HER
home on Brady street, Davenport, en
tertained yesterday at a bridge party
as a prenuptial courtesy for Miss Lily
Nott, a bride of this week. Miss fam
ine Beaver of Cedar Rapids, Miss fc.nz
abetli Allen and Miss Elisabeth Nott
were the prize winners in the games.
At 5 o'clock tha men came and tea
was served in the dining room, which
was trimmed in fall flowers. Mrs.
Hugo Barr of Buffalo, X. Y., and Miss
Pauline Beaver of Cedar Rapids. Iowa,
were guests from out of the city.
THE PROGRESSIVE EMBROID-
ery club members met yesteraay. ior
the firs-, time this fall since disband
ing during the hot season. Mrs. N.I
Spoo. 1524 31st street, was hostess and
14 members were the guests. They
brought their needle work and cro
cheting and spent a very pleasant)
time. Mrs. Spoo had trimmed hen
bouse prettily with pink and white
asters. A two course Itmch was
served. Mrs. Robert Huber.1327 Thirty-ninth
street will entertain ia two
U. A I. CLUB MEETING.
MEMBERS OP THE V. & I. CLUB
enjoyed a pleasant afternoon yester
day afternoon w-ith Mrs. E. Lue, Twenty-fifth
street and Sixth avenue, Mo
line, as the hostess. The time was
passed playing 500 and the high score
favor fell to Mrs. Roy Miller of this
city, and Mrs. Sandberg of Moline
took the second favor. A two course
lunch was served after the games. At
the time of the next meeting the
club members will enjoy a theatre
party a: the Empire and after the per
formance will go to the Colonial for
BUSY BEE SOCIETY.
MRS. C. P. LINDSEY ENTER-
tained the members of the Busy Be
Sewing society at her home, 534 Thirty-first
street, yes'erday afternoon.
The ladies were bu6y tying comforts
and completed two, a large number of
the members attending to assist in
the work. Mrs. LIndsey served a
lunch during the afternoon. The so
ciety will meet in two weeks with
Mrs. W. A, Reed at 970 Fif h avenue,
MISS LUND IN RECITAL.
MISS BESSIE LUND OF TWELFTH
street, Moline, appeared in piano re
cital at her home Thursday evening
when a difficult and Interesting pro
gram was rendered which showed
good work on the part of pupil and
her teacher, Miss Caroline Carlstedt
Several vocal selections were also ren
dered by Miss Carlstedt.
MRS. NAYLON DINNER HOSTESS.
MRS. R. J. XAYLON, 4506 Eighth
avenue was the hoBtess yesterday to
members of her thimble club at a 1
o'clock dinner. Covers were laid for
12 ladies at the table which had aa a
For Novelty a Quaint
Dancing frocks of chiffon and lace
are youthful and appealing; In their
simple lines. Flounc upon flounce of
chiffon or lace form the skirts of some:
others show the peplura, corded, frilled
Accordion plaiting u eap eel ally be
coming to slender figures.
An exquisitely dainty modal aaea at
one of the recent openings had a nar
row, slender foundation skirt of moiu
eiine sole and three plaited flounces
of the soften p'.nk chiffon. Plaited
chiffon formed the bodice. In Hit the
Itunc and skirt might be of the plaited
chiffon with a broad baad of lac to
break tha monotony. Thla dreaa may be
copied In else It with V4 yards of tt
To obtaia etthar pattern inaatrated fill
out this coupon and tncioae IS ccata In
stamps or cota. Ba aore te atate number
ox pa zera ua wiwm. nftsanii 7vrr
TUtieev parr vi iu sw ior uncunu
AOrtrxT3 Pattera Department.
center piece a pretty basket of fruit
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i ii u aiici uoou nours were aevoieu w
500 games, no prises being awarded, ',
end the day passed .very pleasantly.'
M-s. Xaylon will entertain the thimble .
club at their next meeting also. j
APPOINT BAZAR COMMITTERS. I
AT THE MONTHLY SESSION OF i
the Ladies' Sewing society of the First
Swedish Lutheran church, held at the
home of Mrs. Ansgarus Anderson, 1412
Twelfth street," yesterday afternoon, j
committees were appointed for the an- j
nual bar.ar to be held during the fall. ,
Business in connection with this sale I
occupied, the entire business session.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess during the social hour.
SWEDISH YOUNG PEOPLE MEET.
A MEETING OF THE YOUNG
People's society of the First Swedish
Lutheran church was held last even
ing at the church. The feature of the
evening was an address by Carl Lond-
berg fit Moline on "Force of Charac
ter." Musical numbers were given by
Miss Esther Malmrose and Miss Lydia
Pealstrom gave a reading.
SWASTIKA CLUB MEETS.
THE SWASTIKA CLUB WAS EX-
tertalned yesterday afternoon by Mrs.
H. L. Doqley, ?402 Seventh avenue.
The house was trimmed prettily in
ferns and salvia and asters in various
shades. The ladies busied themselves
with their fancy work and they were
served with a three-course lunch, serv
ed in the dining room.
CENTRAL SOCIETY PLANS WORK.
AT A MEETING OF THE CHRIS-
tian Endeavor society of Central Pres
byterian church held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tark, 1039a Fif
teenth street last evening plans were
considered for the coming winters
work. A social hour followed the dis
cussion and the hostess served a
FIX BAZAR DATES DEC. 4-5.
A BUSINESS MEETING OF , THE
Ladies' society of the German Evan
gelical church was held yesterday in
the church basement and Dec. 4-5 was
fixed as the dates for holding the an
nual bazar. The time was occupied
with plans for this affair and with the
transaction of matters of a routine
nature. A committee served lunch.
COLLEGIATE ALUMNAE SESSION.
THE FIRST MEETING OF THE fall
season of the Illinois-Iowa branch of the
Collegiate Alumnae association will bo
held Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
with Miss Roma Vogt, 134 West Fif
teenth street, Davenport, as the host
ess. Miss Georgia First of this city
will speak on "Oxford university."
' GRACE ALTAR SOCIETY.
MISS AGNES MORTENSOX, 141
Fifth avenue. Moline, entertained the
members of the Altar society of Grace
Lutheran church last evening. Two
new members were received and rou
tine business mallei's were disposed of.
A social hour and refreshments fol
lowed. PASTOR'S AID SOCIETY.
A MEETING OF THE PASTOR'S
Coatet and Double Tunic
Inch material and 1 yards of it Inch
The possibilities of plaited chiffon,
silk duvetyn and plain charmeuse are
shown in No. 7S0I. These new all silk
duvetyns are exactly suited to the
quaint peasant coatees which are a
part of ao many of the more dressy
rowna. Aa yellow is such a favorite,
an effective suggestion for this design
is to have the coatee of yellow silk du
vetyn with turtle of the palest lemon
chiffon over cream colored charmeuse.
Size S win require H yards of 49
inch chiffon, with Z4 yards of JO Inch
material for the coatee and 4 yards of
! IS inch material for the foundation
I dress. Each pattern is 1 cents.
Centre Pieces Special 39c
14 by 24 inch round centerpieces,
embroidered in white, torchon lace
edge, Saturday about QQ
half at 37C
(Fancy Work Dept.)
$1 Veils 68c
New lace pattern veils, black,
navy and brown, $1.00 jn
value at OuC
Men's Sweater Coats
Special For $1.19
All day Saturday, men's half wool
sweater coats with new style roll
collar, in light or dark oxford gray,
$1.50 values, 119
Men's New Velvet Ties
10 dozen new velvet four-in-hand
ties in all the best colors ties
such as are selling in many stores
for 50c, choose o p
Saturday for ejOC
Women's 65c Union Suits
Union suits of medium weight cot
ton for fall wear, long sleeves and
ankle length style,
special for Saturday..
About 1,000 yards of splen
did quality, full bleached pil
low tubings are offered Sat
urday at the following re
42 inch, regularly sold for
24c, per yard '16
45 inch, regularly sold for
25c, per yard 17,
Aid society of Central Presbyterian
church was held yesterday afternoon
in the church parlors. The ladies spent
tho time sewing on church' woTk and
matters of a routine -ature were trans
acted at the business session.
SPEND DAY TYING COMFORTS.
A LARGE NUMBER OF THE
members of the Ladies' Aid society of
Broadway Presbyterian church spent
the day at the church yesterday tying
comforters. They were served with
lunch at noon and accomplished much
work Vring the day.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
Broadway Presbyterian church will
hold a meeting next Monday afternoon
at 4 o'clock with Mrs. C. E. Shaxpe,
1609 Twenty-first street, to consider
plans for the bazar and supper to be
given at the church In the near future.
SEW FOR CHURCH BENEFIT.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF
the Memorial Christian church spent
the afternoon yesterday, sewing for
the church benefit, 15 of the members
attending. They were served with a
lunch during the afternoon.
EXCUESION SUNDAY AFTER
NOON. In the steamer Helen Blair through
Moline lock to Hampton. Return over
the rapids. Leaves at 2:45, returns at
6 o'clock, 35 cents. (Adv.)
Health follows wise selec
tion of food.
made of choice wheat and
barley, is a crisp, delight
ful food ready to eat di
rect from sealed, air-tight
packages, which keep it
in perfect condition.
Grape-Nuts is concen
trated, easily and quickly
digested generally in
abont one hour.
It contains the vital
food elements required by
Nature for rebuilding and
sustaining both body and
"There's a Reason" for
Specials For Satur
Rapid Vacuum Funnel Wash--er,
made of heavy tin and
does work equal to many
high priced washing ma
chines, special at 57
Pure white crepe paper nap
kins in rolls of 100. Satur
day per roll 6
Sanitary dustless dust cloths,
they gather dust and polish
all kinds of furniture and
woodwork, the large sice, Sat
urday for 18
Clothes lines of twisted Jute,
50 feet long, Saturday each
Wafeer fish food, 10c box at
half Saturday, each Jt
Up To $1.25 Values in
Women's Underwear 79c
Odd lots of fall and winter weight,
knit vests and pants, values are.
$1.00 to $1.25, marked to sell quick
ly Saturday 7Qr
a garment iZJC
10 Yards Shaker Flannel
Less than 6c a yard for a good
quality of bleached shak- CQ
er fiannel, the 10 yards for.O7C
Women's $1.50 Silk Hose
"McCallum qual'ty" women's black
silk hose, lisle soles and garter
tops, regular $1.50
line, per pair
New Corset Cover Laces
Shadow lace corset covers, new
patterns, Jiist received, QQ
choice yard 62c. 42c and...OOC
Music In The Evening
Special For Saturday, Cake Dept.
I often wonder that the average wo
man who has no way of knowing the
really best authorities on foods can
know how to decide what to give her
family to eat and be sure she la doing
the right thing. Personally I don't
believe she can without knowing
something of her family's particular
needs and then also a chemical knowl
edge of food and its relation to heat
and digestibility In the body. Without
this it is guess work all her life. It
would be like asking the child in
school to do a problem in fractions
without knowing addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division.
What can a woman of average in
telligence do when one authority ad
vises no meat in the family dietary
and another as reputable just as
strongly advocates all you want of
every kind, but no condiments, for
even salt is discovered to be a poi
Not long ago two men, both promi
nent and both authorities, good-naturedly
argued the subject of an ideal
diet. One, altogether generous in phy
sique, stood for the comfortable the
ory that man does not eat too much
except on holidays, when he balances
matters during the next two days.
His opponent, an evident scholar, but
curiously enough, small In stature, as
strenuously contended that Americans
were killing themselves by overeating.
Eetween the two schools thus repre
sented It Is not a question of a vege
tarian or mixed diet, but of the
amount which the body needs and can
cope with, plus the quality and kind
Back of the first man Is the brain
and sinew of past generations who
have consistently practiced his com
fortable theories; back of the second
Is the fact that civilization and so
called culture have produced a race of
men and women with seemingly new
requirements, physical as well as men
tal. Supporting him also is a series
of remarkable experiments conducted
at Vale nnlverslty, the results of
which show marked improvement In
the physical endurance of men of all
j types ho cut their rations practically
The advocates of a liberal diet made
certain experiments, learning the diet
naturally chosen by a large number
of men living practically the same
kind of life, and tried this diet upon
individuals, by means of a delicate
mechanism teaming the precise
amofint of energy obtained from any
given bill of fare.
The advocates of a more sparing
Bead Necklaces Special
Pearl, gold and silver beads, also
cut beads in green, red, yellow,
amethyst, etc., sold in many places
as mgn as 2oc, q
$1.25 Bungalow Sets Are
These include kimona apron, petti
coat and duFt cap to match made
of good quality striped and figured
a set .v
Tennis Night Gowns For
These are made of soft, warm ten
nis flannels in pink and white, and
blue and white stripes, ages 2 to
14 years, Saturday
30c Bleached Sheetings
9-4 width, full bleached ' sheeting,
a good value tor 30c, QC
Saturday, per yard. faOC
3 Special Lots of
One style is of white crepe,
embroidery and lace trim
med front; another is of cm.
broidered voile. Bayadere
style front with crystal but
tons; another is for office or
business near and is made
jf fine quality of ecru pop
lin. Chose from these three
diet argue that the assimilation oi
proLeids (including meats) leaves sub
stances of which the system must rid
itself, thus entailing labor upon the
kidneys and other organs more la
bor, they believe, than the body It
made to perform. When the weariei
organs fall In this performance the
result is gout, rheumatism-or other dis
ease. There are protelds in some vegft
tables, but there Is little risk of at
excessive proteid supply in a vegetar
The experiments made by this clast
of sclent Ists, however, lack the exacti
tude of those made by the first school.
Their conclusions have been that men
in all conditions of life gain In strength,
and In powers of endurance' on a les
sened food supply.
Below is given an excellent and
most seasonable mince meat (with
out the meat) recipe which will ap
peal to that class of our readers who
live as closely to the vegetable foods
as possible. The pastry should also
be made from a vegetable fat and a
delicious wholesone pie will be tho
Material Chopped apples, three
pints; chopped green tomatoes, three
pints; brown sugar, three and one
half cups; vinegar, one and one-half
cups; seeded raisins, three cups; cin
namon, three teaspoons; cloves, one
teaspoon; allspice, three-quarters of
teaspoon; mace, three-quarters of
teaspoon; salt, three-quarters of tea
spoon; butter, one-half cup.
Directions Mix the chojJped apples
and chopped green tomatoes and drain
well from- their liquor; then add all
other Ingredients with the raisins cut
In pieces. Cook slowly three hours,
then add the me" ted butter. If vine
gar Is too strong add Some water, or
cider may be used with a little brandy.
Hoarseness in a child subject to
croup Is a sure indication of the ap
proach of the disease. If Chamber-
i Iain's Cough Remedy Is given at once
or even after the croupy cough has
appeared. It will prevent the attack.
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