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, THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1913.
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Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am 17 and
have been keeping company with a
young man who is six years my senior.
He seems to be very much interested
in me and goes with no one else. But
he is real jealous of me. He seems to
think I should not talk to nor speak
to any other young men while with
blm or even when he Isn't with me.
What shall I do with him? I think
well enough of him and enjoy his com
pany very much except when he is
angry.' At present we are on the outs.
Shall I make up with blm or drop
blm? LONESOME BESS.
It isn't wine for a girl to glre up all
her boy friends for the sake of one of
them, and it is a selfish man who
expects It. I think I would continue
to be friendly wlh this young man,
but would also continue friendly with
the other young men and boys I
know, whether he likes it or not If
he Is of such a jealous disposition
that he wan's to make you unhappy
all the time, better give him up en
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
girl of IS and my mother doesn't want
me to have anything to do with men
Do you think she Is right?
(2) Every man in the place is nice
and polite to me when I pass them.
When my sister goes with me she
doesn't want me to speak to them.
If they say "good evening" and I say
"good evening" bark, it makes her
mad at me. She is 14. Who do y
think Is right? BROWN EYES.
1() I think your mother Is right,
my dear. You are too young to have
(2) I am glad o hear that the men
treat you nicely. It. Is what they should
do. I see no harm In returning a.
friendly "good evening." You should
be a better judge than your younger
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Is it
right to accept a present from e, boy
friends to whom you are not engaged?
(2) Is It nice to correspond with
four young men at once?
(3) Will you kindly te"ll me whaj
kind of a dress and what color would
be most becoming to a girl with dark
brown hair, brown eyes and dark com
plexion? (4 How can you tell that a boy
loves you? BROWN EYES.
(1) If the present has no intrinsic
value, such as flowers, or candy, K Is
(2) If It is a friendly correspond
ence, why not? Of course I cannot
think you are writing to all of them as
lovers of yours.
(3) Dark brown, different shades of
red, some shades of blue, yellow and
all the "golden" shades.
(4) By his consideration for you,
his constancy and his wish to be with
you as much as possible.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am 27
yeara old and am desperately in love
with a girl 15. She is very large for
her ago and is simply beautiful. She
Is very timid, but I think she likes me
very well, but she will not tell me. Do
you think the difference in our age
should be in the way. "BLUES."
Yes. I do think so, my friend. She
is too young to know her heart, and
If you sincerely love her you will not
try to force her to say anything defin
ite now. Walt until she Is 18 or even
20 before asking her If she loves you.
She will know better then. She is
only a little girl now, and not fit men
tally or physically to be a wife.
For Men and Women
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chases and paying for them while wearing them.
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Women's Tailored Fall Suits
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Women's Fall Coats
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THE FOLLOWING FROM THE
Burlington Hawkey will be of inter
est to twln-clty friends of tie young
"Thursday morning at 10 o'clock a
the home of. Mrs. Josephine Grant
took place the marriage of her only
daughter. Miss Pearl Elfreda Grant to
Alfred Swanson of Mollne, the Rev.
Alfred Appel of the Swedish Lutheran
MVfslah church officiating and lining
the beautiful ring ceremony. They
were unattended, only the Immediate
family of the bride witnessing the
ceremony which was said In the living
room.. The bride's chosen colors, pink
and green and white, were used for
the decorations. The bride was very
sweet in her white embroidered robe
wi.n vB1 iac,i irimnuogB. one c.rr.ea pr.ient an unique protrayal of
onue roses ana wore a wreatu oi xn ; , , literature and music. Two
tra of Davenport and- has taught music
for a number of years In the city
The groom Is employed aa draughts
man for the N'auglo & Naugle com
pany. He is also manager for Otto's
concert band and a cornetiet of con
VILLA DE CHANTAL IN DRAMA.
THE CAMBRIDGE PLAYERS
were the entertainers in song, story
and drama at the Villa de Chantal last
evening, the opening number of a
series to be given at the villa during
the fall and winter. The seating ar
rangements were taxed last night,
chairs being placed in aisles and hall
way to accommodate the crowd.
The players, comprising Misses Har
rison, Ml.ler, Granger and Jess Coop
Open Saturdays Till 10. tloned
We Specialize Men's Fall Suits
In the newest shades, weaves and
patterns of the highest quality at
$15, $18, $20, $22.50
MEN'S HATS AND SHOES.
1 -mmr.7mi if Open Saturdays Till 10.
307-309 20th St. Rock Island, 111.
Daniel Hayes, Jr. with Mrs. Tuckis as
accompanist. The numbers are:
"The Person of Filey," "The Old Man
of Cape Horn," "Tire Old Man in a
Kettle." "The Old Man Who Said
'Hush'". "The Old -Man Who Said
'Well The Lady of Riga" "The Old
Lady of France", "The Young Lady of1
Lucca". "The Man With the Gong",
"The Old Man in a Tree". The lec
ture of the afternoon will be given by
Miss Florence Ward of Cedar Falls
who will tell of the Montesseorl system
of child training.
BOYS' CLUB ELECTS.
TWENTY MEMBERS OF THE
Boys' club of Broadway Presbyterian
in the debates will give a supper to
the winners. Factory visiting groups
were decided upon and the boys will
visit various factories with the per
mission of the right authorities and
make a study of their methods of man
ufacture. There will also be a camera
Club, the boys to take pictures, which
will probably be later made Into slides
and exhibited before the club.
2I0N LADIES MEET.
MESDAMES C. O. GRAN ERE, C.
A. Larson and John Johnson enter
tained at the monthly meeting of the
Ladles' society of Zlon Swedish Luth
eran church yesterday afternoon in
Zion chapel. There was a very good
church and a few men met in the ! attendance of members and they spent
half an hour; put In tne potatoes and
drop by teaspoonfuls dumplings over
the top. Cover closely for 15 minutes
and serve on a large platter with
dumplings, potatoes and onions around
the meat. ' The gravy keeps hot long
er if served from a gravy boat If a
rich brown gravy is desired, a few
drops of kitchen bouquet may be used
or double the amount of flour may be
used and browned.
GVPSV ROLLS. '
Cut the upper round steak into
three-inch squares, marinate with
lemon juice for an hour; put into a
baking pan and cover thickly each
piece with chopped onion, tiny bits
of bacon and chopped parsley, and
pepper.. Roll and tie or pin together
same In her hair. A wedding dinner
was served after which Mr. and Mrs. j
Bwanson departed on Uie noon train
for a short wedding trip, the bride
wearing for her going away gown a
b'.ue tailored suit with waist and hat
to match- Congratulations and best
wishes are extended them In their
Journey through life. Mr. Swanson
lias charge of the cotton piece depart
ment of the Fisk : Loosley company
department store in Mollne."
AT THE HOME OF PROFESSOR
and Mrs. William Renter. 612 West
Eighth street, Davenport, their daugh
ter, Miss Helen Catherine Renter, be
came e brida of Arnold B. Otto, son
cf Professor and Mrs. Ernst Otto, of
723 West Sixth street, the ceremony
taking place Wednesday evening. Only
relatives with a few Intimate friend,
some 40 In number, witnessed the cer
emony which was at 6: SO. As the
hour for the ceremony approached,
Otto'g orchestra began the Mendels
sohn wedding march. The bride came
down the atarwsy with her father, be
ing met at the foot of the stairs by the
groom. The young people entered the
parlor together unattended, and as
they took their places before the im
provised altar, the wedding march
changed to the harmonies of Schu
mann's "Traumerel." Justice Louts E.
Roddewig read the marriage service.
The bride was in a daraty gown of
white crepe de chine, made In pointed
train, and the skirt and bodice draped
with shadow lace, the yoke was of t
' tho lace and the long wedding veil
was held tn place with a wreath of
orange blossoms. The bride carried
a shower arrangement of bride's rosea.
A wedding supper was served after the
ceremony at two long tables laid in the
dining room and Ibrary. and at :30
a. reception was tendered the bridal
Couple at Turner hall, where Otto's
band later serenaded the company.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto will be at home
after Dec. 1 In the Mass apartments
en Third and Gaines streets, Daven
The bride and groom both come cf
families well known in Davenport.
Professor Reuter having for many
years been supervisor of physical cul
ture In the public schools and head of
the gymnasium department of the
Davenport Tunigemelnde, while Pro
fessor Otto, the father of the groom,
la the musician and composer who baa
given 1 name to the popular orchee-
scenes from "Macbeth" were given
very acceptably. Miss Miller sensing
the spirit of the horror-stricken sub
conscious mind of Lady Macbeth in
the well known leep walking scene.
An amusing 11 tie playlet outlining
the distraction of a young and pretty
wife who had deceived her husband
with regard to the modiste's bill, and
played with much success at one time
by Rosina Yokes, was well received
by the audience.
' Groups of song and monologue inter
spersed, Miss Margaret Granger sing
ing effectively to her own' accompani
ment an adap'atlon of Stevenson's
"Shadow March", "Mammy's Little
Soldier Girl' and "Stars of the Comet".
A song In five parts. "Cycle of Lire",
was exquisitely Intoned by Miss Har
rison, the sympathetic accompani
ment adding greatly to the beauty of
this number. An exquisite setting of
Tennyson's "Crossing the Bar", the
effect being arranged specially for the
Cambridge Players, closed the even
"Parsifal" will be the next of the
series, an afternoon program, Octobe
30, at 4 o'clock. The patroas of the
villa have a treat ra store. Miss
Larkln's ability being well knowB to
Rock Island people.
F1XDLEY WREATH OF HILL8
dale and Miss Cora Anna Engel of
Coal Valley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Elgel, were married Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the parson
age of the Second Congregational
church. Mollne, the Rev. R. S. Haney
performtjg the ceremcny. The bride
was gowned in white silk and carried
bride roses. Attendants were Will
Engel and Miss Lillian Blaser. Mr.
firet meeting of the fall season, fol
lowing the summer recess, last even
ing in the chufch dining room. Sup
per was served at 7:30 and was fol
lowed by the election of officers, the
following being chosen:
President Halsey Huron.
Vice President Paul Garrison.
Secretary William Simmons.
Treasurer- Warren Reck, Jr.
Plans were discussed for the win
ter work and it was decided to divide
the club Into groups and at four pro
grams have debates. The losing side
a pleasant afternoon planning their
winter's work and with their sewing.
It was decided that in place of hold
ing the annual Thanksgiving sale, the
members will each make an offering
in cash. This plan was followed last
year and proved so Successful that It
was deemed advisable to again carry
out this method of raising money. The
hostesses of the afternoon served nice
refreshments at the close of the day.
Mrs. L. G. Abrahamson, Thirty-fifth
street and Seventh avenue, will enter
tain at the November meeting.
and Mrs. Wreath left for Sprlngflei-; keeper, whether she has to cook
A recent article well Illustrated in
the newspaper showed the difference
between the girl with training in buy
ing and knowing food values and the
woman who took the same amount of
money and did not have an equivalent
Thinking housekeepers are learning
along with other things that greater
food va!ue Is more frequent with the
so-called cheaper cuts of meat, than
a porterhouse steak, which few fam
ilies can afford very often and many
not at all. , .
They are learning from their butch
er Just where these cuts are and how
best to cook them to get not only the
extreme fine flavor but the nutritive
elements In these cuts of meats. It
nay be from the shoulder, or the neck,
the rump or the shin. Every house-
with toothpicks. Rub together two
tablespoon fuls of butter and two of
flour; add a pint of strained tomato
and stir until boiling. Now add one
teaspoonful of salt, paprika and pour
this sauce over the beef; cover and
bake hi a moderate oven until tender.
Remove cover and brown.
STEAK AXD VEGETABLES EW CAS
SEROLE. Materials Round steak, two
pounds; turnip, one; carrot,, one; po
tato, one; flour, one tablespoonful;
silver-skinned onions, one-half pint;
celery seed, one-fourth teaspoonful;
chopped parsley, two tablespoonfuls;
kitchen bouquet, one teaspoonful; salt,
one teaspoonful; boiling stock or wa
ter, one and one-half pints; pepper.
Utensils Casserole dish, paring
knife, steel spider, measuring cup,
tablespoon and vegetable cutter.
Directions Peel the onions and cut
the vegetables into fancy shapes. Put
a thick layer of these Into the bottom
of the casserole dish. Put the spider
over the fire. When very hot throw
in the steak, cut in inch squares and
sear over very quickly, shaking the
flour over the meat while searing. Put
the meat over the vegetables and the
remaining vegetables and seasonings
over the top and the boiling water or
stock. Cover and bake In a very mod
erate oven one and a half or morq
hours. Always serve In the disn In
which it Is cooked.
where they will attend the stare fair.
They will make their home on his
farm near Ilillsdalj.
MOLINE WOMAN'S CLUB.
MRS. J. R. TUCKIS OF THIS CITT
will be in charge of the music at the
first meeting of the fall of the Mollne
Woman's club tomorrow afternoon at
the First Congregational church,
Mollne. The music feature of this
meeting wCl be especially interea'ing
and appropriate, Mrs. Tuckis having
arranged a most appropriate program
of children's songs. These "A Cycle
of Nonsense Land" by Margaret
Ruthven Lang will be sung by Mrs.
or not should know the food elements
that "Stuff r" FeeW
Relieved by Kondon' V)
Never neriect that first limunn r
acoia. auoaaoa ltarrbl Jelly will i
beat and cleanse tba paiuge. giving I
instant relief. Fleatant. helpful and 1
as birmleaa as it is effectiv. 36c
and He tabes. Get tbeoricicalasd
f enaine at your druggist's, or write
lor rree sampi.
KONvot acre coupany
U.H Cafarrbsl Jelly i
contained in such meats so her fam
ily is properly nourished.
For Instance, many wealthy people
who have servants buy these cheaper
cuts of meats for the servants' table
and they ' themselves live on choice
roasts and porterhouse steaks. They
do not know and many of them are
not even willing to learn that their
own family is not half as well nour
ished and fed as the help which is
furnished with the meat cheaper in
price but richer by tar in nutrition.
Roasts, chops and steaks are quick
and easy to prepare and it is very
easy to cultivate the taste for the fla
vor, but that is not the whole of life.
These other meats' require longer,
slower cooking to soften the fiber, but
they are rich In albumen and flavor
and when well cooked are always
I tl'PBEME ITEW OP VEAL.
Material Knuckle of veal, six
Mrv nn a (ni.n mall nnlona rtnm !
half bay leaf, one tablespoonful cf
lemon Juice or vinegar, two level tea
spoonfuls of salt, pepper, potato balls
or small potatoes, dumplings, one
quart boiling water, one pound butter,
three tablespoonfuls flour.
Utensils Kettle with close' fitting
cover, paring knife, measuring spoon.
Directions Have the butcher re
move the bone from the knuckle of
veal, which may be used for stock, and
roll and tie up the solid piece of meat.
Put the meat into the kettle with the
boiling water, simmer very gently two
hours. Rub butter and flour together,
thin with a little hot liquid and add
to the, meat in the kettle; stir until
it thickens. Now add onions, cloves,
bay lekf. salt and pepper and lemon
juice. ) Cover and simmer again for
Good Things Baked .With
Zephie had an appetite,
He was always nearly famished ,
Till bread was made of Zephyr Flour,
And now his hunger's banished.
Everybody likes the delicious Bread, Cakes -and Pies
that are baked with Zephyr Flour. No others; so good.
Bake them yourself, buy them at the baker's, eat aplenty.
They are good and good for you. .
Zephyr Flour is the "Good Luck' baking flour that's
made from select hard wheat - It bakes the. same way
every day, because it is analyzed every two. hours as it is
being ground at the mill. Mill bakings every two hours.
Mothers, listen to tne: Get the- Zephyr Flour habit. ''. It
means good cheer, good appetite, good digestion and
good health for all who eat at your table.
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