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THE ROCK ISLAXJJ AUG US, TJtlUKSUAY, UUiUiSttK 23,. 1913.
jiDear Mrs. Thompson: (1) My hair
5m very oily. What can I do for It?
X2) Is It all right for girl to go
with a boy chum the same as she
would with a girl chum?
f (3) Is 17 too young to quit school?
c(4) Is It best to no to high school
before entering business college?
'MARGARET, GERALDIXE AND
(1) Make a mixture of two ounces
Ilcohol. two ounces witch hazel, 14
rains resorctn. Use dally, rubbing
into the scalp.
y (2) It is nice to have a boy chum,
tut you can't treat him quite the same
as a flrl chum.
-) No. though I think yon would
fjnd it better to finish high school.
(4) It Is not necessary, but you will
lave a better chance to succeed If
you finish the high school education,
f Dear Mrs. Thompson: ,(1) What Is
t, suitable gift for a three years' an
niversary? h(2) How old had a girl ought to be
fo have a steady friend? How late
hould a friend stay at my home?
j" (3) I am 18 years of age. Do you
rilnk I am too young for a fellow of
I years? Are we too young to get
4) I have young sisters and brotn
Irs and when I entertain my company
fct borne they Insist upon being in the
lame room. How can I tell my people
so keep them out-without hurting their
i d). My mother and I do not agree
fery well. How can I overcome this
Jeellng without leaving home?
I . A LOVESICK MAIDEN.
( Ill Anyth'ng .u li.aiher would be
f (z) She should be 18 at least. He
should leave the house at 10 p. m
(3) No. to both questions.
1(4) Ask your mother to keep them
(5) Be nice to your nothc. Agree
with her all y puiibly can. She
is probably wiser than you and wishes
only the best for you. If girls would
only understand mat me best way
to have their mo'terr- be nice to them
is to be nic-3 to the?r mothers, there
would be less trouble at home.
the benefit of the Villa guild, law
number of ladies calling 'during the
afternoon hours. The house was
trimmed in the Hallowe en color, black
and white, with jack oHanterns and
other decorations emblematic of the
season. A fortune temng dooiu
one of the features of the affiair and
was the source of much fun. airs.
Dunn was assisted by Mrs. D. C. Mur.
phy. Mrs. Joe Bell and the Misses
Clara Math. Elisabeth Nold, Edna
Kain, Elisabeth Moss. Madge McGin
nls, ElLabeth Maucker, Amy Buck
ley and Bernadine Maroney. The af
fair was. Terr successful financially
as well. as socially.
MISS CAMILLA MEIER, DAUGH-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meier, oi
1302 Scott street, Davenport, and
Julius Koepke, also of Davenport, were
united In marriage last evening at
the home of the bride's parents, Rev.
Arthur lorn of Trinity German Luth
eran church officiating. The bridal
counle was unattended. Miss Viola
Koch at the piano played the wedding
march as the couple took their places.
The bride was dressed in white crepe
de chien trimmed with chantilly lace
land she carried bride's roses. The
! house was elaborately decorated in
Broadway Men's Club Has Se
cured One of Sessions of
BAPTIST BOYS TO BANQUET
Important Event Will Be Held in Con
nection With Meeting-J-Make
Plans Tomorrow Night.
Dear Mrs. ',"..-.mr't : When I was
17 years old I had two boy friends
call on me for three Iran who attend.
ed colleee. Both loved me dearly and yellow ana wnite enrj 6antnemums.
as I didn't kn..w wl'ich one 1 loved The new home win be at 1302 Scott
best 1 treated both alike. To find street jj avenpon. mr. rwpkb is em
cut winch I loved Us:, two years ao PIoTed as a machinist with Horst and
I !: to a city r.nd I did miss one of
them and now I know the one I love
best and can! live without When I
got back he left for another state
anl I haven't heard from him. Do
you think It wrong if I write and con
gratulate him, or should I wait for
him to write to me? Please, Mrs.
Thompson, advise me. I will be very
thankful. YOUR FRIEND.
I flo not know whether or not you
saw him before he went away. If
you did not. write him a friendly let
ter, tell him how he is missed in his
old home and wish him success from
the bottom of your heart If he cares
anything for you he will be glad to
answer such a letter at once.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl
17 years old. (1) Am I too young
to go with a young man to parties? (2)
Are velvet shoes to be worn this win-
a decent young
ay while you have company. Some-,ter s much as last?
.times, though, I sho'i'i think you
fcould like to have your brothers and
platers help you to f-ntertaln.
(1) Not if he is
man and your parents approve
5 (cynTTTir1 BTf5?5?a
PARTY FOR MISS DUNN.
7 MRS. GEORGE B. DUNN OK MO
line entertained yesterday at a coming
but party for her daughter, Miss Es
ther Dunn. 2oi tri-clty ladies calling
between ibe hours of 4 and 6. .Miss
Iunn"has recently graduated after a
tour years' course at Smith college.!
JHany beautiful flowers had been ent
jto her, and these, tosether with other
flowern. tr'mmid the rooms. Mrs. and
SUss Dunn received the company,
sanding before a bank of American
"beauty roses. Mrs. Dunn wore a
Changeable blue and gray silk gown
trimmed with crea in-colored lace. Miss
Dunn wore white crepe voile trimmed
ftith Venetian point lace, with a girdle
f cerise satin, and carried KUlarney
..oafs and lilies of the valley. In the
.tarlor the roses were used to bright
en the rooms. In the living rooms were
jftirysaotbcmums and cosmos and in
jihe dining room were the yellow and
ah!te chrysanthemums. Assisting'
lKut the rooms were Merdames C.
Jt. Stephens. A. C. Barber, G. W. Walk
Jfr, Sol Hlrsch. Harry Alnsworth. P. C.
Xadd. Harry Getz. Jay 1". Barnard. auri
the Misses Anna Dunlcp. Maude Mil
ler, Pearl Livingston. Helen Ander
son, Alta Walker and Marguerite Mer
jriman. In the evening the young wo
jlten who assisted during the after
noon, together with a company of
young men, were entertained at din-
tier, and the remainder of the evening
'Si as spent in dancing,
t THE MARRIAGE OF MIS3 MARY
bel'loover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles DePloover of this city and
Carl H. Klees. son of Mr. and Mrs.
y'llllam Kleea of Moline. took place
yesterday morning at 7 o'clock at St
Mary's Catholic church. Moline, Rev.
. S. Kelly officiating. Miss Eva Klees,
Ister of the groom, and Edward De
f loover, brother of the bride, were the
attendants. The bride wore a tailored
Jult of white broadcloth with a large
llhtte hat. and she wore a corsage
bouquet of bride's roses. Her attend
ant was dressed in white serge and
fiora a white hat. .following the cere
pony a wedding breakfast as served
at Uie home of the groom's parents. Mr.
iuid Mrs. Klees went for a trip through
the eastern states, and upon their re
turn will reside at Forty-first street
and Seventh avenue. Rock Island.
Mr. Klees is a machinist employed at
the Stlvis shops.
CRISWOLD RECITAL PROGRAM.
THE RECITAL TO BE GIVEN BY
Putnam Griswcld at the Moline Oct.
30. under the auspices of the music
department of the Moline, Woman's
ilub, promises to be one of the real
treats of the season. The reservation
of seats began at the Moline this morn
ing and over 300 reservations were
made by noon. The program for the
recital is announced as follows:
"Vittcrla, Vltforial" Corlssimel
"LaDanza y Rossini
"Revenge. Timothetis Cries, (from
"Alexander's Feast'' Handel
"Wohin. Auf Die Musik."
"Gruppe aus dem Tartarus"
"Ruhe Meine Seele"' (Morgan)
"Mennelied Stadchen" Brahms
"Revenge, Timotheus Cries," from
nute") ' Diaz
In Old Engllsj:
"The Happy Lover"
(Arranged by Lane)
"Drink to Me Only With Thine
Eyes" W. McFarrend
"Pretty Creature" Stephen Horace
Streiter in this city.
MISS OLGA KRABBENHOEFT OFl
this city and Charles H. Capwell of
Iowa Falls, Iowa, were married yester
day afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krab
benhoeft 1426 Thirtieth street Rev.
F. J. Rolf of the German Evangelical
church officiating at the ceremony.
The bridal couple w as unattended. Fol
lowing the ceremony a wedding supper
was served to a small company of rel
atives. Mr. Capwell is a machinist em
ployed at Iowa Falls which will be the
new home. His bride was formerly
employed as a telephone operator.
CRESCENT CINCH CLUB.
MR. AND MRS. ALLEN PRATT AT
their home, 1600 Eighth street enter
tained the members of the Crescent
Cinch club lait evening at the weekly
meeting. The first prizes were given
to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Owens, the
second to Mrs. Louis Reddig and Rob
ert Ransom and the consolation to
Mrs. L. L. Hance and Warren Duffiu.
After the games an impromptu musical
program was given and the hostess
later served a nice lunch. Mrs. Louis
Reddig, 1521 Sixth street, will be the
hostess next week. '
MRS. DIETZ HOSTESS.
THE DEGREE STAFF OF UCAL
in Moline entertained at an auction
bridge party yesterday, five tables of
the games being played. Frizes were
given at each table and were awarded
to Miss Edith Swan, Mrs. J. L. Oak-
leaf, Mrs. C. E. Heaps, Mrs. J. H. Ness
ley and Mrs. Leo Woodyatt American
roses trimmed the house very at
tractively. A buffet luncheon was
served during the afternoon. Mrs.
Dietz will entertain again tomorrow
MISS MARIE HOLST. DAUGHTER
of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoist of 809
Esplanade avenue, Davenport and
David A. Irwin of 119 Fourth avenue,
this city, were married at 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon at the parsonage
of St. Paul's English Lutheran church.
Dr. W. H. Blancke officiating. The
couple was unattended. The bride
wore a blue tailored suit. Mr. Irwin
is employed as a machinist at the
Standard Oil Cloth company, and the
new home will be in Rock Island.
SHRINERS' DANCING PARTY.
THE FEZ CLUB OF THE SHR1N-
ers gave a very euccessful and enjoy-
ab'e dancing party at the Masonic
temple last evening, which was attend
ed by 115 couples of tri-ctty people.
The Davenport drill team gave a very
pretty drill, and the evening was then
"When Dyll Care". .Richard Leveridge j devoted, to dancing, music being fur-
niehed by the Criterion orchestra.
Those who did not care to dance played
cards and during the evening a lunch
eon was served.
HOSTESS TO 600 CLUB.
MRS. M. L. SUTHERLAND AT
her home. 1434 Forty-second street, en
tertained the 500 club of which she Is
a member, yesterday afternoon. The
usual three tables were played and the
I head prise went to Mrs. Dave Larson,
Broadway Men6 club will open Ts
season of popular social meetings on
Friday evening of next week. Plans
are beine . made by President H. B.
Hayden, wlUi the help of Vice-president
A. H. McCandless and Secretary
II. E. Curtis to have this one of the
best meetnlgs the club has had.
They have been fortunate in secur
ing one of the sessions of the "Train
ing Conference" which is being put on
by the Y. M. C. A. next week. This
assures a program of most unusual ex
cellence, as addresses on live topics
will be given by Fred S. Goodman and
James A. Whitmore, religious work
specialists, of New York.
The club, at this meeting, will act as
hosts to the men's clubs and Bible
classes of the city, as this session of
the training conference is listed as a
"United Bible Class Men's Supper."
The men of aJl the churches, who are
Interested In religious work for men
and boys, are invited to attend this
meeting. The only requirement, is
that they must make their reserva
tions for places at the supper not later
than Wednesday of next week. Her
Tey E. Cur:ls, secretary of the club,
will receive these reservations.
The Men's club of Broadway church
is famous for its good meetings and
good cuppers, and the men of the club
are prepared to show themselves hos
pitable hosts on the present occasion.
The Men's Bible class of the church
has been engaged in an attendance
contest of late, the two sides being
led by C. A. Schoessel and W. M.
Stewart The agreement, Is that the
side scoring the smallest number of
points on attendance will do the watt
ing on the tab.es a', the monthly meet
ing of the club. Unless Captain Stew
art makes a big gain next Sunday) hts
men will be the waiters for this big
meeting of the club. - j
BOW BWQl ET.
One of the Important events of next
week is the boys' banquet which is to
be held at the First Baptist churcr,
in connection with the "Training Con
ference." Boys 15 yexs of age, or older, are
invited to attend this banquet James
A. Whitmore of New York, a special
ist on religious work for boys, and all
activities for younger men, is to be the
chief speaker for this meeting, and hia
address is sure to be a treat for the
boys, and to be full of help for them.
H. M. Craig, boys' work secretary
of the Y. M. C. A., has the matter in
hand of preparing for the boys' ban
quet. He is enlisting the help of mem
bers of boys' Bible classes In all parts
of the city to spread the Invitation to
other boys, and Is working to secure
an attendance of at ".east 150 boys and
ITERESTEH MB TO MEET.
A meeting Is called for tomorrow
night to be held at the Y. M. C. A.
building, at which time men and older
boys from the various churches will
gather to complete plans for the train
ing conference. This training confer
ence presents to the religious workers
of the city a grand opportunity to se
cure Information and Inspiration for
their work from two of the foremost
men In 'be United States in such lines
of activity. It Is hoped that many
men who are Interested In such work
will be present on tomorrow evening
at the Y. M. C. A. to receive detailed
and final information as to the plans,
and to enter into the work of prepar
ation for the program of next week.
south will take place at Mobile the
last t . days of this month, the oc
casion being the annual convention of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Southern
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson is the honor
ary president-general of this organi'ia-
tion, and Mrs. TtHmas M. Owen, direc
tor of the Alabama state department
of archives and history. Is president
general. Mrs. Owen is the daughter
of Senator Bankhead of Alabama. She
is a noted club woman, writer, and
one of the most brilliant women in
Among the noted women who will
speak at this convention are Lady
Aberdeen of Ireland; Miss Julia C.
Lathrop, director of the children's
bureau at Washington; Miss -Jane
Addams of Hull House, Chicago; Mrs.
Caroline Bartlett Crane of Kalamazoo,
Years ago, In the beginning of
homes and home-making, the husband
went forth to kill the game and
:oio5-ce v'Mjesuu.icE oircwni kirk
plied. "Feed the brute!" Nothing but
a recognition in each instance of our
overworked, tired, cross man and when
properly fed, the physical side . re
bounded and he was physically, ment
ally and morally recuperated.
't:n khom on ink.
An entire year 1 directed all the
lunches which a devoted wife cooked
brought It home where the wife was 'and carried to her husband's office.
ready to cook and serve it Later it ' Every dinner was planned and cooked
Mich.; Mrs. Pennybacker, president-! we s tilling the soil and having things ; by her to lessen his desire for drink.
general of the Federation of Women's
clubs of America, and Mrs. M. Tracy
Thomas, president of Bryn Mawr.
Mrs. Emmet 0'Ne;.l, wife of Governor
O'Neal of Alabama, will deliver the
address of welcome to the convention
delegates, who will number . several
thousands leading women of the south.
The Woman's auxiliary will hold its
convention simultareously with the
regular annual meeting of the South
ern Commercial congress.
OF WOOL RATINE
MISS HUNTLEY IN RECITAL.
"MISS HAZEL HUNTLEY, COW
tral'o, bore the vocal burden in Act
Samson and Delilah,' superbly,
throwing into It a splend'd fervor and
an abandon of energy that made her
tones glow and burn with brilliancy.
Her voice seemed fulry equal to the
exacting demands and yielded obedi
ence to her every requirement." So
says the Chicago Mi ic News. Mies
HunUeys recital at August ana college the second to Mrs. Downs and the con
next Wednesday evening, Oct. 29, solation to Mrs. John Roderick. A
promises to be a musical treat of a (lunch followed the games. The club
high order. The price of admission is
very nominal, and seats may be reserv
ed at the Cable Music bouse. Rock
Island. Tri-City Piano company, Mo
line, Schmidt Music bouse, Davenport,
on and after Friday, Oct 24.
VILLA GUILD COFFEE.
MRS. THOMAS DUNN, AT HER
home, 2901 Seventh avenue, yesterday!
afternoon was hostess' at a coffee for
Is 9 Weeks From Today
We art showing NOW new lines of stamped, ready to embroider
Bags, Pillows, Towels, Centers, and a display of dainty and exclusive
AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT MAKE SELECTION EARLY
SIS WEST SECOND ST.
will be entertained next time by Mrs.
John Kimbel, 930 Tenth avenue.
MISS BLANCHE E. ALLEN OF MO-
line and Giry E. Meridith of 432 Forty
third street, this city, were united In
marriage yesterday afternoon at th
home of Dr. C. E. Taylor of Edgewood
Baptist church, who performed the
ceremony, The bridal couple was un
attended and following the ceremony
they went at once to housekeping at
432 Forty-third street Mr. Meridith
is a brakeman on the Rock Island road
DEGREE STAFF BALL.
THE DEGREE STAFF OF UCAL
1 lodge No. 608, 1. O. O. P., gave a pleas
ant dancing party at Odd Fellows
J hall last evening which was aUended
by 76 couples. The Criterion orches
tra gave the program for the dancing.
AN ALL-DAY MEETING OF THE
Ladles' Aid society of the First Bap
tist church will be held at the church
tomorrow, A picnic lunch will be
served at soon and the time devoted
The Plattdeutschen Sch western will
fire a card party at Turner hall to
morrow afternoon. Cinch will be
ed and the games will begin at
WOMEN SPEAKERS AT
BIG TRADE MEETING
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grow which by the good housewife! This was done without his knowledge,
were made into appetizing dishes for land we both lived to see the day when
the family. She also had time then! that desire was a thing of the past
to spin the yarn and make their t and all with a knowledge of foods,
clothes. J their combinations and careful prep-
Civllizatlon and progress have tal:eu ; aratlon of the same.
much of this labor from the home.
From the making pf candles and tare
Any woman can win
draw him into the "web"
a man and
if she so de-
ot lamps we have come to turning on i sires, but it is another thing to keep
a button and, behold, electric light.
From the rags- which were sewed and
braided Into tugs and later woven into
carpets we have everything that can
be manufactured in rugs and carpets
outside - of the home. All necessary
labor is made - wonderfully easy
through labor-saving devices for clean
ing and cooking, while schools and
lectures over a large part of our coun
try are training our daughters and
mothers for greater efficiency in their
While large bakeries do much for
us, the real essential, main part of
the cooking has not been taken from
the home kitchen. The true mean
ing of all this is community life, and
perfect 'happiness and health only
come through each one doing the duty
or work intended for them.
Ml' ST VSE BRAIDS.
If this cooking Is looked upon as
an art a science, knowing how, what
greater thing could woman aspire to?
No one believes these days that a
woman should cook and wash and
scrub and clean all day with no out
side interests. Not by any means, but
she must use her brains and think
of the best and quickest ways in her
cooking. Every woman should have
at least a single fireless cooker. Why
have a ham, tongue or corn beef using
up gas and the housekeeper watch
ing it on the stove, when a tireless will
do the work better with no fuel and
no watching? That is where brains
Girls, learn to cook! Not just make
fudge and angel creams, but learn
why we use certain foods, and which are
best for you or your husband: if he
comes home after a day's hard work,
whether from the field or an office,
what is it about him which has kept
the old saying for centuries on our
tongues: "The way to a man's heart is
through his stomach?"
What caused the famous reply of
Mary Livermore when a woman wrote
her and asked what to do for the bad
temper of her husband and she re-
him there. Doa't temnt. him with
all the good things to eat before mar
riage and then expect to hold him
by careless, Indifferent cooking. "Man
cannot live by bread alone," but it is
a very essential asset in keeping outs
of the divorce court
WATER METERS IN
Many Applications Made to
Commissioner Bear New
Rate Effective Nov. 1.
Commissioner Jonas Bear reports
that he has already received 35 appli
cations for water meters since the an
nouncement several days ago that be
ginning Nov. l, tho new minimum rate
of $9 a year for patrons using meters
would go Into effect.
Those desiring meters Bhould com
municate at once with Commissioner
Bear. The city will furnish the meters
free, while the consumer must stand
the cost of Installation. It Is thought
the reduction In the yearly minimum
rate from $12 to S9 will prove popu
lar and that soon practically all pat
rons of the department will be usinj?
meters. Commissioner Bear s'atei
that yesterday he issued seven per
mits and today four more to have
water connected in new houses.
It is in time of sudden mishap or
accident that Chamberlain's L'.nlment
can be relied upon to take the place
of the family doctor, who cannot al
ways be found at the moment. Then
it is that Chamberlain's Liniment is
never found wanting. In cases of
sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the
soreness -and drives away the pain.
Sold by all druggists (Adv.)
This handsome suit is of purple woo'
ratine. The coat fastens well up on
the chest with black velvet buttons
finished with silk cord frogs.
The front of the coat is draped Into
shallow plaits be'.ow the lap of the
closing. Astrakhan is used to trim
the turnover collar and cuffs. The
skirt has a seam down the front and
is draped up par', of the way down
and the fullness held by a frog and
A WIRELESS STORY.
The Argus Daily Pattern
Call From tha Pacific That Was Hear .'
In the Gulf of Mexico.
It was "eight bells" on a ship lying
at anchor down In the gulf of Mexico.
The men had retired for the night to
their bunks and hammocks, and the '
wireless operator, alone in his watch
fulness, was "listening in" at the head
Suddenly, out of the pitchy darkness
of the sea, a message that curdled the
blood in hla veins leaped down "the an
tenna and bummed its fearful contents,
"S. O. 8. a. O. S.-8. O. S." And a few
minutes later, in response to-the cus
tomary reply. "What is yonr position V
the answer flashed back, degrees
27 minutes S7 seebnds west 4? degrees
33 minutes 10 seconds north.
That meant that out on the Pacific
ocean 140 miles west of Seattle, Wash.
2.S50 miles away a vessel was call
ing for help,
The call of the Paclfjcl The operate
hardly believed it With tremulous
Angers be repeated the call to the sta
tion nearest to the vessel in distress.
But already the wireless watchers
along the western coast bad caught
the message, and relief was on its way.
Clear across the entire North American
continent over land and sea and main
tain ranges, the ship's cry had been
heard. World's Work.
Loss of Appetite
Is the first signal of disorder and de
cay. The usual loss of appetite is of
ten' caused by functional disturbances
in the stomach. The stomach falls to
do the work required, the appetite la
gone, apd the boay suffers from lack
of nourishment Such a stomach needs
to be cleaned and sweetened. Meritol
Tbnle Digestive ia made especially to
assist the stomach to digest food, and
promote a healthy appetite. This
remedy is sold on our positive guaran
tee, and we ask you to give it a trial.
It ia a genuine tonic. Harper Home
pharmacy, H. O. Roifsr dispensing
chemist sole agents. (Adv.)
Miss Julia C Lathrop (top) aad the
Countess of Aberdeen.
Mobile, Ala., Oc 23. The greatest
gathering ever he'C by women in the
MRS. T. A. PATTON.
Htberalaa Hall, l Brad? St.
Tango Hltiion, tc..-lea er
ny Wednesday and Saturday at 7:20
p. m. Privt Irsjuma bv appoint
ment. Phone Davenport l'lf L,
Waistcoats Lend Distinction to Suits and Gowns.
The well dressed woman wears to tea
In tha afternoon a simple, smartly cut
trock of satin, crepe de chine or duve- i
tyn, plain or figured. If the dress be
of plain material the omnipresent vest
is brocaded or flsured. showing dainty
Oriental color combinations, and if the
gown Is egurad - the vest Is plain.
There la scarcely a sown that does sot
how the vest In one form or another.
It may be only a couple of inches wide
or it may be the regulation walntcbat.
but It Invariably lends distinction.
Dull blue d jvetyn in 7718 was touch
ed to brichtneaa by the vest of figured
silk duvetyn and the girdle of burnt
orange satin. These rich, strong- colors
may be used boldly this rreaoB if
handled cleverly so as to avoid crude
ness. Often several of them are nsed
on one costume with a most charmtnv
effect The waistcoat may show In It
brocade bits of blue, gold and cerise,
and what could be smarter on a dark
suit or gown?
The blouse of this model shows a.
drop shoulder, and the skirt Is a two
plece peg-top. A roedicl frill of lace
fives r finishing touch to the collar.
To copy in alza 3 4 yards of 21
inch material will be needed with Vfc
yard of contrasting material,
No. 7784 sizes 14 to 42.
Eacb pattern IS cents.
To obtain, either pattern Illustrated fill
out this coupon and enclose IS eents In
stamps or coin. Be sure to elate number
of pattern and atse. measurtns over the
fullest part of tha butt Addrees Pattern
Department care nf tbia paper.