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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1913.
' Dear Mr. Thompson: I am 15 yearn
oM. AH the people take me for 17. I '
met a boy of 21 and think the world
of him. He and I went together two
months and my folks seemed to not
care, but papa and he bad a little
trouble over home work he had done
and papa made me quit going with
(1) Do you think that If we wait
till I am eighteen to go with him, and
still want to, that we should If the
folks do object? He never took but
one drink in his lift;.
(2) Am 1 doing light if I go with an
other boy that U r-al nice, but just
go to get to ko? Had 1 better quit (1) My lower limbs seem rather
when I think this othr-r boy thinks a ! fleshy in comparison to the rest of my
good drel of me, as he would never j body. Can you tell me some harm
go with a girl till he met me? (less way to reduce thorn?
(3) He never kissed me good night j (2 l have many blackheads on my
tm we naa gone tocemer two weras.
(4) No, I don't. If you really love
each other you will want to be to
gether a good part of the time.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am fourteen !
cital programs, with every fourth pro-
cram of the miscellaneous order, when
guests will be permitted members oi
V . club. The program of yesterday j
"Young Love" Bantok.
"In the Boat" Grieg.
Mesdames Swiney and Griggs and
Misses Junge and Ames
Firs: two movements from quintet by
Mesdames Priester, Bemis, Lafferty
and Miss Lerch.
' Vocal Quartet
Last two movements of quintet by
Schumann; Scherzo and Allegro.
Piano quar et.
The club will be entertained next
time by Miss Elsie Haak in Daven-pcrt.
Eock Island Lodge No. 18 I. O
0..F. Holds Interesting
blosEoms trimmed the " other rooms.
The ladies spent a most enjoyable
ANNOUNCEMENTS IS MADE OF
jthe approaching marriage 'of Miss
j Mabel Buford of this city, and Albert
R. Bawden of Davenport, the cere
mony to take place Oct. 15 at the
Lome of the bride-elect's sister, Mrs.
George Schwenker, 211 Tenth street.
Following the marriage the new
Rock Island ; home will be In apartments in "The
Davenport. Mr. Bawden
The officers of the
Lodee. No. IS. IndeDendent Order of I Courtland,'
Odd Fellows were installed at a meet- is proprietor of the wholesale estab-
Ing held ia tie club rooms of the cr-1 iisnment oi me Davenport v ost wa
dpr las evening aau veny company, oi me I,
Do you think it is wrong to kiss each
otto- gcod right?
(1) Do you think It a good plan not
to pay tiny attention to each other for
a month and then see each o'her and
talk It over?
(5) Is six years much difference in
a couple's ages, say when I am 1$ and
he Is 24?
QUESTION BOX. -I
don't see why you should give up
a good frlond because he and your
father do not agree about a small mat
ter of business.
(1) If you ftill love each other when
you are 18 you can marry without, your
parents' consent. But be mire that you
really love each other nd are willing
to give up a great deal for each other
and that the man is able to support a
(2) If you were very fond of one boy,
you wouldn't care to go out wi'h an
other one Just for a good time. Don't
give up all your boy friends for Just
one, but don't show the one who cares
most for you that you can have a good
time without him.
(3) If you are engaged to be mar
ried it Is all right to kins each other
good night. But you are too young
to be engaged, though old enough to
begin to be dignified.
MONDAY STUDY CLUB.
AT THE MEETING OF THE MON
day study club held yesterday after
noon at the home of Mrs. M. M. Stur-
years old and rather tall for my age. """' " " . v.n.V
hk . ' IF. K. Rhoads and Mrs. F. O. VanGal-
der were delegates chosen to repre
sent the club at the meeting of the
Illinois Federation of Women's c'.ubs
to be held Nov. 11-13 at Evans-on.
face and the nores of mv nose seem I Mr6- A:lan Welch and Mrs. H. B. Hay-
rather open. How can I rid mvself den were named as the alternates. The
of these F L." J "1 Monday Study club was the first or-
(1) Your legs have probably out
grown the rest of you. Don't worry,
my dear. You'll catch up to them.
Meantime wear your skirts to your
shoe tops, or even a little lower, and
nobody will notice that your legs are
(2) Bathe the face with hot water
and a good soap. Then massage it
with cold cream. A little of this treat-
ment will soften the skin and you can i
prick the blackheads and gently
squeeze them out. Then dab perox
ide on the spot.
For the enlarged pores use witch
hazel two or three times a day by pat
ting it gently on the skin and letting
it dry there.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will you
please tell me how to wash men's
white silk shirts so they won't turn
yellow? YOURS HASTILY.
Make a suds of warm water and a
good white soap and souse the silk
shirts up and down in this until they
are clean. Then rinse well In -cold
water and in the last rinsing put a
few drops of bluing. Keep the shirts
between blue tissue paper when not in
ganizaticn in the city to affiliate with
the state federation, the club becom
ing a member in 1D05. The officers of
tii- club are:
President Mrs. Belle Ward.
Vice President Mrs. H. B. Hayden.
Socre'ary Mrs. F. O. VanGalder.
Treasurer Mrs. Margaret E. Green-wait
Members of Program Committee
Mrs. Mary D. Searle, Mrs. Flora M.
CoKins. Mrs Theresa A. Marshall and
Mrs. Isabelle Richards.
The subject discussed yesterday
was the islands of the sea, members
of the club tilling of the various
phases of interest in them.
The installation was conducted by
Deputy Grand Mzster A. L. Lorln, as
sised by J. D. Bol'.man. G. M.. Emil
Cr-nholm, G. W., Louis Crampton,
G. S.. and W. S. Hill. G. J. G.. The
officials elected for' cna year at the
September meeting- were as follows:
Past Grand W. J. Bliesner.
Noble Grand Frank Phillips.
Recording secretary Frank Be
R. S. N. G. Phil Wilcher.
L. S. N. G. N. Bracken.
R. S. V. G. Ben Fettcrman.
L. S. V. G. Samuel Tatman.
Warden H. Lindley.
Conductor W. E. Bowers.
I. G. Fred Math is.
O. G. R, H. Claydon.
Chaplain E. Cronho'.m.
Following the installation the Odd
Fellows enjoyed a social hour. Re
freshments were served.
' . , k t f j , vr t a V. n I m J A -m A
Chicago will appear at Augustana col
lege. Miss Grow's voice, always sweet
and clear-toned, has been, by years of
study and public work, brought to a
wonderful completeness. It Is a per
fect medium, infinite In its variety of
color, of splendid power, great range,
at all times under absolute control
news stand, and of the Commercial
MRS. PEEK HOSTESS.
MRS. B. F. PEEK; AT HER HOME
in Moline, entertained tri-clty " ladies
at a reception yesterday afternoon.
The dining room was beautifully
tirmmed in American beauty roses and
lilies of the valley and in the other
room chrysanthemums were used in
profusion. Mrs. Peek and her cousin,
Miss Bell of Columbus, Miss., received
the guests, and assisting about the
rooms were Mrs. Richard Hosford and
Miss Susanne McShane.
ZION YOUNG PEOPLE MEET.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE S ASSOCIA-
tion of Zion Swedish Lutheran church
was entertained last evening at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. N. J. Fors-
berg, 4509 Ninth avenue. The pro
gram was short and informal and con
sisted of a pianc duet by Misses
Reglna Rosenberg and Wllhelmlna
Johnson, a reading by Rev. Mr. Fors
berg, and a piano duet by. Misses
Adina and Nancy Olson. A de'ightful
social hour and refreshments were
done for some time, cover closely and
stand in a pan of hot water.
TO PKKVEXT 11sCOLORIXG.
All starchy vegetables which have
to be covered should have a cheese
cloth under the cover, which will ab
sorb the steam and oils which other-
Most housekeepers know they can
not keep house wi'hout the tomato, iWj?e wtu fau bacfc an(i discolor the
lemcn, varieties of the onicn family, i vegetables and make them heavy.
j Many or our soups nave a waier
j for foundation, which realy plays no
j part so far as flavor is concerned.
try saving the water in which vege
tables are boiled, which will give
both flavor and added nutrition to
oring with many others, but the best P- an a ia ra oi me .u-
6 .... . eral matter and about the same of
and high art of cooking is produc- sub8tances are
ing the real flavoring In the toods i dij.solved 0,,t int0 ,ho .j. wnen
themselves when cocked. It has j cooking vegetables. For instance, the
been said that the very finest taste water in which cabbage, caullfloewr or
the sweet, red and green peppers,
besides parsley, bay leaves and cher
vil, which should be grown freely in
All these have their places in flav-
SOUTH PARK Y. P. S. MEETS.
A LARGELY ATTENDED MEET-
MARRIED IN CHICAGO. , Hotel Sherman, was followed by a
THE CHICAGO RECORD-HERALD i dinner and ball in the Louis XVI.
of this morning contains the follow- room. Mr. and Mrs. Richards will be
lng account of the marriage of Mlhslat Lome at 6815 Kenmore avenue."
Elizabeth Woodward and Olin Rich- Miss Woodward is a member of a
ards, which took place in Chicago last well known Davenport family and a
night: i number of friends from the tri-cities
SURPRISE MR. TONN.
THIRTY FRIENDS CALLED AT
the home of Charles Tonn, 1016 Sev
enteenth avenue, last evening to as
sist him in the celebration of his 30th
birthday annivei'sary. The company
spent the evening playing 500 and in
the games Mrs. Ed Patton and Mrs.
John Simmons took the ladies' prizes
and Walter Sanderson and H. P.
Stapley the prizes for the men. Late
m the evening Mrs. Tonn, assisted
by Mrs. Charles Donovan and Mrs.
Nettie .Ritchey, served a delicious
supper, asters and asparagus ferns
trimming the table attractively. The',
host was presented with a number of
handsome gifts. The evening proved a
most delightful one.
SONG RECITAL AT AUGUSTANA.
A DELIGHTFUL SONG RECITAL
is in store for the music loving people
of this community, Wednesday even
ing, Oct. 29, when Miss Ethel Grow of
This, coupled with perfect diction, j ing 0f the Young People's association
of South Park Presbyterian church
was held last evening at the church.
Following the devotional and opening
services, conducted by the president.
Miss Willis, Miss Celia Williams sang
two songs. The routine business was
disposed of and the remainder of the
evening given over to sociability aud
the serving of refreshments.
splendid appearance, correct style, un
limited repertoire, stamps Miss Grow
as an ideal singer.
The magnificent recital of Hugo
Kortschak and Miss Pollender inaug
urated this season's recital course at
Augustana, and if the remaining num
bers are as well attended as was this
one, there is no doubt that there will
bo given yearly a splendid course at
unusually low prices.
CLUB MEMBERS ARE GUESTS.
MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL
Cinch club were royally entertained
Saturday by Mrs. Olga Alford, at her
beautiful home on West Sixteenth
street, Davenport, In honor of her
birthday anniversary. The ladies
spent the afternoon playing cinch at
four, tables, and Mrs. Amelia Grote
gut took the first prize, Mrs.' E. F.
Helpenstell, second, and Mrs. McCar
ron the alt-cut favor. At 6 o'clock
the hostess served a bounteous five
course supper at a table prettily dec
orated with sweet peas. The same
The Argus Daily Pattern
"Miss Elisabeth Graham Woodward,
daughter of Mrs. Morgan S. Woodward
of 414 East Forty-fourth street, was
married to Olln L. Richards lat nluht
at 8 o'clock. Misn Winifred Marsh
was maid of honor and the bridesmaids
were Minn Frances Mullane of Moline,
MUs Harriet HollinKworth and Miss
Avis Rlchardrt. William E. Thomas
served as best, man, and the UMiers
were Wallis Uraham and Ixwell Wal
Ils of Milwaukee. Little Donald Ea.st
cr, nephew of the bride, carried the
ring. The bride's gown was of point
de Venlse and white satin, and she
carried lilies of the valley and bride's
roues. The maid of honor wore white
lace and green chiffon, and the brides
maids were gowned In green chiffon
and carried chrynanthemums. The
ceremony, which took place at the
were present at the marriage.
ROCK ISLAND DRAMATIC CLUB.
FORTY MEMBERS OF THE ROCK
Island Dramatic club met last evening
In monthly sess'on at Odd Fellows'
ha'.I. Following the reading and adop-'
tion cf the minutes and reports from
the last meeting, Morgan Sexton cf the
committee appointed to consider plays
to be produred by the club, reported
that "Forty-five Minutes From Broad-
way" had been chosen. The fact
that Maurice Elliott, who former
ly played In the original production, is
to be here rhortly adds interest to the
play selected. The committees will
meet next Monday with Miss Julia
Crawfc-d and parts will Y-2 seat for.
Mlfs Mae Rrsensteii, who is to direct
the production, furnith d the necessary
information as to the amount needed
to uroduce the play. The by-laws com
mittee reported that It would present
by-laws at the next meeting for the
approval of the club. A number of
new members. Mrs. R. D. MacManus.
Miss Helen Krell, M'fs Florence Mc
Comls. Miss Ji:lia Crawford and Miss
Edith Van Patten cf Davenport were
" ' " ' received last cve-ii:is a.l cf whom
But Lydia E.Pinkham's Veg-!,bave ukrn )art iTl Uc:e uk,lt pbysj
etable Compound Restored j
Mr. IClMrU Hrliri ' SEVENS IN FIRST MEETING.
Her Own Statement. i Nineteenth street, Moline, was hostess
last evening at the first meeting oi the j
Sevens, following the summer recess. '
Detroit. Mich. "I am triad to die. The members, a number of hom are.
cover a remedy that relieve me fromjKoc Island ladles, were all In attend-.
it jlinro and the leader was Mrs. Frank!
HOT HELP HER
m r sulrennir
nin. Fortwovenra Dufva. The club takes up the study
I uflVred borinir i cf myths this year and had before
down pnina and grot I 0 1110141 Interesting program. Mrs. J
all run down. Iwa3ilufva discussed the "Universality of;
under a nervoa3!'W!3" and ppoke of tho curious re
strain and could not ! semblance found among them In races
Ven at nieht. I ! far apart in time and place. The
went to doctors here ' presentation and preservation of myths
witli illustrations was given Dy anss
Mary Anthony, and Miss Blanche
Searle spoke on tho theories as to
the origin of niyths. Mrs. Dufva con
ducted the round table conference with
the following divisions: Myths as to
Ui' origin of the world; myths as to
the orijrla of man: star niyths; solar
and lunar myths; flower myths; myths
cf death; and each member waa asked
to give an Item of Interest bearing of
the divisions. Miss Mary Anthony
will be the next hostess and Mrs.
IL A. Clevenstlne the leader.
in the city but they
did not do me any
" Seelr.e Lydia E.
Finkham'o Vegetable Compound adver
tised. I tried it. My health improved
wonderfully and I am now quite well
again. No woman suffering from fe
male ills will rrRTet it if she takes this
irmlicine." Mrs. James G. Le Clear,
330 Hunt St, Detroit, Mich.
Philadelphia, Pa. "Lydia E. rink
bam'a Vegetable Compound is all you
claim it to b. About two or three
ays before my periods I would get bad
backache, then pains in rifrht and left
idea, and my head would ache. I called
the doctor and he said I had organic In
flammation. I went to him for a while but
did not get well to I took Lydia E.Pink
hara'a Vegetable Compound. After tak
ing two bottle I was relieved and finally
. my trouble left me. I married and
have two little gir!a, I have had no re
turn of the old troubles." Mr. CliAS.
Lorxx, 2650 S. Chad wick St. Phila-.Pa.
MUSIC STUDENTS' CLUB.
THE FIRST MEETIH OF THE
faJl season of the Music Students club
was held yesterday at the home
of Mrs. Adolph Priester, 811 West
Seventh street. Davenport. An ensem
ble program was given by Mrs. Adolph
Priester, Mrs. F. P. Bemls. Miss Meta
Lerch and Mrs. S. B. Lafferty, piano,
and Miss Grace Ames, Mr. A. P.
Griggs. Miss Lily Junge and Mrs. O.
T. Swiney, voice. The core in 4 season
will have alternate ensemble mnd re-
Ss&tjr Tjf V5v"v S
RUTH'S BAND POSTPONED.
THE MEETING OF RUTH'S BAND,
which was to have been held tomor
row afternoon, has been postponed
because of the funeral of Mrs. Phoebe
Wilcox tomorrow at 4 o'clock. The
meeting of the band will be held in
stead Saturday, Oct. 11, at 3 o'clock.
at the home of Mrs. N. W. Steiner,
725 Twenty-second 6treet
MISSION STUDY CLASS.
THE WEEKLY MEETING OF
the Mission Study class of the United
Presbyterian church was held last
evening with Miss Mildred Warnock,
423 Second street, as the hostess. The
class is studying "Daybreak in the
Dark Continent," and the discussion
of the book was continued last evening.
DAUGHTERS OF NORWAY.
THE DAUGHTERS OF NORWAY
will meet with Mrs. Edward Stur-
dahl Thursday afternoon, at her home,
1119 Eighth avenue, this city. It is
desired that all members attend as
plans are to be perfected for a bazar
and dance, to be given at Moline Tur
ner hall Dec. 20. . 1
MISS GENE L. WELCH, AT HER
home 918 Twentieth street, entertained
the members of her sorority last even
ing. There was an informal musical
program and a pleasant social hour
with the serving of refreshments. Miss
Florence Prager, 943 Twenty-flr6t
street, will be the next hostess.
ENTERTAINS AT CAMP.
W. H. TIRMIN ENTERTAINED A
party of friends from Rock Island,
Moline and Sears at Taylor's camp.
"Idle a While," on Rock river Sun
day. The camp was decorated in
autumn leaves and pumpkins and at
5:30 a delicious dinner was served.
COURT OF HONOR INSTALLATION.
COURT OF HONOR NO. 31 WILL
hold public Installation tomorrow
evening at Odd Fellows' hall, to which
they invite their friends. Following
the services of Installation there will
be dancing to music by Bleuer's orchestra.
W. O. W. DANCING PARTY.
THE WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Rock Island camp, No. So, will enter
tain at a dancing party at Elks' hall,
Thursday evening, Oct 9. Bleuer's
orjhestra will give the dance program.
TRINITY MEN'S CLUB.
TRINITY MENS CLUB WILL
hold the first meeting of the fall sea
son this evening at the parish house.
asi art is necessary icr coumus r
making 6oups or sauces. Very
txue. but that is almost entirely in
the seasoning or the blending of the
seasonings, in roods 1 is cunereni.
The flavor is developed by high, me
dium or slow heat, as related to the
food being cooked. It may be a
seamlng, boiling or baking process,
but is must also be of just the right
temperature to produce the very best
and finest flavors.
DKPE1SUS OX VARIETY.
Cooking mea's is chiefly In soften
ing muscle fibre, while preserving
or developing the flavor. Much de
pends upon the kind of meat, whether
it shall be cooked fast or slow. We
cook our vegetables either fast or
slow to soften tho cellulose and de
velop flavor. Take for example a half
boiled pota'o. What a gray, heavy
looking thing It, is compared with the
well done, snowy-white potato, dry
and mealy. It is true in vegetables as
In meat, that only a short time Is
needed to develop flavors in either,
while there are others which need
longer cooking. Again, long cooking
may either dissipate or wholly change
The old me'hod of cooking cabbage
for hours to make it digestible 13 an
exploded theory, when shredded cab
bage, cooked rapidly in boiling water
for 20 minutes is tender, of good
flavor and white as snow. This applies
to many of the vegetables of young
growth, such as asparagus, beans and
peas, and If they have to stand when
beans have been cooked needs only a
little milk, butter and thickening to
furnish a good tasty broth. O-s ct
the reasons why vegetables should al
ways be cooked in boiling wter is
that the cooking is begun at once and
as little as possible lost In the water.
HVKKT POTATO PIFF.
Material Medium sized potatoes,
eight; salt, one teaspoonful; finely
cr mped parsely, one teaspoonfu";
butter, three teaspoonfuls; cream,
three teaspoonfuls; paprika, and
Directions Wash and put the po
tatoes into a saucepan to boil quick
ly in a little boiling water until ten
der. Drain; when cool, skin and
mash. Add all the seasoning and
one teaspoonful of the butter and
beat until light. Butter the gem
pans and fill six or eight of them.
Brush over with the remaining butr
ter and a good sprinkling of brown
sugar. Bake until light and brown
in a quick oven.
Try the Colonial Hotel
Cafe specials this even
ing. Small steak with
mushrooms for 60 cents.
Nothing better. Quick
service. Music every
night until 11:50.
223 The Siorc cf Qifollty EZZZI
111-113 West Second St, Davenport
A smart 40-inch belted coat in
heavy rough materials in all shades
and plaids, ideal for fall and win
ter. Very chic for street wear;
warm and serviceable;
a special lot now
10 -rnf '
Your Special Attention
The Smart Tailored Suit Haa a Firtt Place In the Wardrobe.
Smart, simple, of good Hnea, there la
coining more becoming to the Ameri
can woman than the tailored suit.
Thia baa always been true. and. despite
its chanse this season from Btrlctly
tailored to semi-tailored lines, the auit
continues to be indecpensabl to the
Many of the skirts are draped, many
show the double or triple sictrt. others
.again are perfectly plain. The coats
are sashed and vested, and often there
la a novel collar or attractive culls
' that add to the effect.
Materials are most attractive ve
lours de laloe, plain or se'.f figured:
duvetyn. which is as supple and rich
as velvet, and numerous novelty studs
that are exceedingly smart.
Tweeds in almost invisible mixtures
are modth for morning wear.
A smart suggestion for 79SS-"994 Is
navy blue velours de laine striped In
nattier blue with white collar and vest.
To copy 7S3S in size 3$ It requires
i yards of IS inch material. In size
24 7SS4 requires 2H yards of 36 inch
7S8 sizes 34 to 44 Inches bust
794 size 22 to IS inches waist
Each pattern 15 cents.
LICENSED TO WED
Joseph B. Coamba Chicago
Miss Irene C. Don Rock Island
David O. Johnson .Moline
Miss Lille Dahl Moline
Carl H. Hanson Moline
Miss Ella C. Behn Rock Island
Andrew Groczyk Moline
Miss Franceska Koroleska Moline
Moses DeBruyn East Moline
Miss Stephanie Carpentier. .E. Moline
Fred Spankler Davenport
Miss Bertha H. Ross....... Davenport
is called to the remarkable suits now selling at $29.75.
100 in the lot, the season's prettiest styles and wanted
materials; colors are navy, black, plum, brown, taupe
and raisin. I hey represent a special pur
chase of which our customers reap the
benefit; actual $33, $40 and $45 value .
. orown, taupe
For Tomorrow, Aednesday
Fifty tailored suits of cheviot, serge basket weave, and
eponge, smart cutaway or new mandarin coats with
draped skirts, all wanted colors, sizes
for the miss or lady suits you would
expect to pay $25 for; see them at . . ,
Silk Petticoats Are
COAL BIDS WANTED.
To obuUl either pattern Illustrated CU
, out this coupon and Inclose IS cents In
stamps or coin. B sure to state number
of pattern and size, measuring orer the
fullest fart of the buft for dimensions
Address Pattern Department.
much in demand. We meet the occasion tomorrow with
100 silk messalinc skirts, the wanted knife pleat
ed flounces, newest models, colors are Kelly ereen.
American neauiy, navy or biacK;
genuine $2.50 values,
Special Skirt Of f:er
Smart black and white honey comb-top skirts in a tail
ored model, new tucked back, fold down A
Oct. io,' i9i3. at j front and patch pocket, easily a $3.50 i IJ H
io the board of, value; a limited number for tomorrow 'at. . .VJ J uUU
To Be Mailed to Board cf Directors
Bids for furnishing lump coal for
iu iuks iBiauu puuiio norarj irom , , , , . .
oct. is. 1313, to oct. is. 1314. win be i ?red moiel, new tucked back, fold down
received on or before
nocn. Address bids to
newa all cna Urns The
H3 Where Fashion ffje:gn, 1
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