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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1918.
frttS III ZA31TU TW-JJQAi
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl
17 years old. 1 belong to a church
end a club, but it em I do not care
much for the boys I meet there.
' I It Bice for girls my age to dance?
When I go along the street with a
fellow everyone scsnn to say, "Look
at that little girl with a fellow!" What
makes them say that?
I hare no parents and I did not get
Try to make yourself lovable, my
dear, and when people find out that
you are nice to hare for a friend you
will find out they are also nice to
have for friends.
I see no harm In it. If you dance
only among your friends and not at
I am afraid you are a little self
conscious. I doubt if people say any
thing of the sort Stop Imagining,
You can educate yourself by reading
good books. Read the newspapers,
too, and keep informed on what is
likppecing In the world every day.
church being the guests. The rooms)
of the house were artistically decorat-j
ed with asparagus, corn stajks, pump
kins and weird lights. On ringing the i
bell at the front door, which proved j
to be a large cow bell with an ear of
corn for the handle, a ghost appeared
and escorted them to the kitchen door.
Here a grotesque witch bid them a
thrilling welcome. The guests were
then taken for a trip through the
"haunted hall" inhabited by many
white robed figures, where numerous
! pranks were indulged in. The remain
der of the evening was spent witn
Hallowe'en games and music and re
freshments appropriate for Hallowe'en
were served. The evening proved a
very delightful one and unique in thej
manner in which it was carried out.
TO HEAR KARLOWA
Member of Tri-City Organiza
tion to Talk at Meeting
him In, If it is early in the evening,
provided, of course, that some of your
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am a
girl of medium height, ' dark com
plexion, rather plump and not very
attractive. What could I do to make
rayself so? 1 am 17 and a working
(2) If a fellow takes you home from
an evening's outing shonld you in
vite him in or nhould he leave at once,
even if it is early?
(1) Keeping yourself clean and neat
find good-natured will po a long way
toward making you attractive, dear.
Yon have youth on your side, and if
Tin.- pi-pu s cw miss M1?TA WIT-
family are up, o that you will not; had de htful surprise ln
be alone in the house wiui him. That . . . . , .
wouldn't look very well, you know, j ' f aowe entPrt
. j by Mis Ruth Thomas at her home.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Some of!"04 EiShtb avenue' Jterday The
the men in our emplov are in the habit ! nouse as beautifully decorated with
of calling me by my first name. I do garlands of pumpkin, flowers and
not like it. How can I prevent them? j autumn leaves. The table centerpiece
I never meet them away from Dlaceias a large pumpkin jack o'lantern
The members of the Tri-City Wire-1
less club will be favored with a very
interesting lecture when R. Karlowa,
of this ci y, addresses them at the
regular meeting in the club rooms in
the Best building. Wednesday evening. orchestra.
Mr. Karlowa is dr-pnlv interested in'
wireless telegraphy and at the key and
greeting Thursday evening at the
church. A special program and even
ing of pleasure, has been arranged
and the invitation to the afTair Is
The Daughters of Isa'bella of Moline
will hold an apron sale and coffee
Thursday from 3 to 8 o'clock, at the
home of Mrs. Frank W. Kauta, 1427
Tenth street, Moline. Refreshments
will be served and entertainment has
been provided and the general public
The Eagles will conduct a box socia
ble and dancing party at Eagles' hall
tomorrow evening. The dance pro
gram will be given by Schiebe-rl's
in the mechanical part of the work j II LICENSED TO WED II
cf business and never have any con
versations with them. In fact, they
surrounded by candles, the holders be
ing made of potatoes and apples. Data
are the first to speak. I've spoken j ty refreshments were served. Games
to ray people about it and they think j of various kinds were played ln which
I am silly to notice them, but it is j prizes were' awarled to Master -Don-rather
embarrassing before strangers j aid Stroud and Miss Eunice Bosold.
and I can not explain to everyone that Those who were the guests are: Har
I never gave them a chance to make,riet Erickson, Albert Vermeulen, Le
so free. R. C. roy Bacchus, Flora Dunavin, Donald
Perhaps you are quite young, my ptroud, Walter Efflandt. Eda Krueger,
dear, and these men look upon you as Eunice Bosold, Ruth Thomas and Ed
a little girl. In that case, do not feel : wn xhomas.
offended. They do not mean any of- j
fense. If you are really quite old and
dignified. Just eek each one in private,
cnm tlmA t n rn vmi 1ic Kn.nnrt.Sn
because you don't Want the little boys I home- 1,129 Tremont avenue, Daven-
to think they have a fight to call you ; Pr- la8t evening was hostess to a.
by your first name, they think they 1 company of 25 young women at a pre-,
have the right to do when they hear ! nuptial party in honor, of Miss Carrie
the men addressing you familiarly, j Greenland, whose marriage to Charles
Perhaps they will do th's. j Youngberg of Moline la an event of
; this week. The house was trimmed j
Dear Mrs. ThomDson: (1 What in the bride's colors, pink and
PARTY FOR MISS GREENLAND.
MRS. CARL BECKER, AT HER
has long had a reputation that w
piece him out of the amateur class if 'James Kohreminos .
he so desired. He Is actively engag-jMIss Anna Kokenos
d in the interests of the club during ' Joseph P. Kenuedy
spare momenta and almost every even
ing finds him iu the club rooms send
ing or receiving messages from near
His talk will be along general lines
of wireless telegraphy aud it will like
ly not only be interested but will
prove very instructive.
SINGER APPEARS IN
RECITAL AT COLLEGE
Miss Anna B. Heidemann
South Rock Islsnfi
Orlando Bailey ... Maquoketa, Iowa
Miss Gertrude M. Rankin. MaquokeU
THOMPSON TO BE
you will ex' reie good tas'e in your . are crow's feet? ! white, carried out with chrysanthe-
clothes ou should make a good ap- (21 Is it proper to send your visit-' mums. The affair was a miscellaneous
jearance. Dre simply. Study w hat ) ing card w ith w ords of sympathy writ- j shower and the henoree received
Is becoming to you it need not be ! ten on to a friend, where the parent j rnany pretty gifts for her new home,
expensive. Sttirty a becoming way j has passed awav? i Vocal and instrumental selections
to make your hnir. Be pleasant al-j A CONSTANT READER, j were given and In a contest the
ways. Keep well informed on what Is (1) Crow's feet are the lines radi-'the prises were won by Mrs. Ruth Eng
going on about you. and what is in! sting from the outer corners of the 'and Miss LIHie Eng. A two-course
the newspapers, so that you can talk j eyes. j lunch w as served in the dining room,
well ar.d be a grod companion. I (It It would he better to write a 'where pink and white were used as
(2) It would do no harm to invite regular note of sympathy.
--wa viii ill ii -
CONCERT AT BROADWAY.
ST. JOSEPH GIRLS PLAN PARTY.
Misc Hare I Huntley.
MIsb Hazel Huntley, contralto, who
will appear in recital at Augustani
co'.Iege Wednesday, Oct. 29, will have
essary is the reheating. The beans
should be soaked over, night and then
well seasoned and baked with a little
salt pork. This is better done also
Ion Saturday and reheated on Sunday,
More menus tor easyto-get. yet de- j e8pftciauy if lhere ,s no fire,MS cooker
lectable. Sunday evening suppers are; in the home.
Vegetable Parfait Salad
Thin Bread and Butter Sandwiches
Wafers Liptauer Cheese
VKUETABl.B PARFAIT SALAD.
Materials- Gelatin, one-quarter
package; water, one-quarter cup; hot
stock or water,-one cup; vegetables,
Directions Dissolve the gelatin in
the cold water and add to the cup of
hot stock flavored with onion, carrot
and celery. Have ready cooked, and
separately, celery, carrota, string
beans, peas and asparagus tips. Over
these strain the broth mixture. Add
one teaspoonful of salt and paprika
' ! to taste. Set dish on ice and stir un-
Former Kock Island Arsenal' til it thickens. Then fold in half a
Officer Is Promoted to Suc
ceed Col. Baker, Retired.
Colonel Frank Baker, formerly of
Rock Island arsenal, retires tomorrow
because of the age limit and Lieuten
ant Colonel John T. Thompson, also
a former popular ordnance officer at
cup of cream beaten solid. riave
ready individual molds in the bottom
of which you have placed vegetables
cut in fancy shapes. Pour in a little
of the gelatin mixture to set. Then
fill the vegetable mixture and set in
Serve on lettuce either with French
dressing or mayonnaise. Many of the
fruits are very tasty In salads. Orange
the arsenal and now assistant chief of ,aiad, for instance, is served with a
the ordnance department at Washing- Rame course. Cherries, white grapes,
ton, will be promoted to the colonelcy bananas, grape fruit, pineapple, apples
to succeed Colonel Baker. The Armviand cantaloupes are all good, particu-
and Navy Journal, speaking of Colo- larly 'Uh French dressing. Vary the
nel Thomnson v- hi rvi I seasonings, which make very agree-
chief ordnance officer, both in time of aW? h"f"- 7he8 co 1M,Ve
auu Diiuum ue aiwnjs uu uauu, Kami,
THE ST. JOSEPH GIRLS' CLUB j as her accompanist Miss Frences Lid
wiil entertain at a Hallowe'en dancing j man of the college conservatory fac
party at St. Joseph school Friday j ulty, who w ill also render solo num
evening. The dancing program will; hers. ' As the follow. ig program indi-
In charce of St. Stephen's parish, i
be carried out in the upper school
rooms which will be elaborately dec
orated with corn stalks, autumn
leaves, pumpkins, black cats and
witches. An oyster stew will be serv-
tiii-boiiiv I'VL'vivn at Lonm 'Hohton. durine Antrum and Rom emhpr. ! ed in one or the nails ana me tames
l 1 1 V v. i ' i ii. i . . j . n i uiwai. ; - - " ' ' r '
way Presbyterian church the first
number of the lecture course to be
given tills winter, under the auspices
cf the Young People's Presbyterian
union, will occur. This number will
be by the Fisher ShlrP Concert com
pany, and will consist of vocal, vio
lin and mandolin inn-Mr, and reading.
Mr. Loar is a first clat mandolinist,
and musician. It is not very often
that one lias an opportunity to hear
this instrument w-H played, but
that opportunity will come Thursday
riieht. It takes skill as well as musi
cal ability to play four parts at one
time with expre.ssiou ar.d feeling.
The music resulting Is light and daiu-
cates, the reci'al will be an exceed
ingly interesting one:
"O Liebllche Wangen Brahms
''Der cede Garten" Hl'.dach
tinisliini? his work lhpro inst in lime will also ne Oecoraiea Willi me iiai- AueipnunB oirausa
to permit a short visit with Mrs. Sher- lowe'en symbols. The lunch wiil be. Piano '
wood and her family at Staunton, Va., j served from 10 to 11 by the girls dress-j "Reflectsdans l'eau" Miss Lidman
prior to the opening f the convention i ed as witches. The parties given here-j Voice
Oct. 8. Mrs. Sherwood with their son. tofore by this club have proved very , "Farewell ye Hills" from "Maid of
who spent the summer on the Maine popular and pleasant affairs and the
coast, r.nd the last two months at j one of this week promises to be no
ner nome ia sianion, returnea to kock exception.
war and ln time of peace, and his thor
ough knowledge and appreciation of
militia conditions, together with his
service in the ordnance office, com
bine to afford him rather a varied and
broad experience. In addition to this
practical work he was designated by
the chief of ordnance to prepare a pa
per on "The Art of Designing and Con
structing Small Arms" for the Inter
national Engineering Congress in 1904
and he was selected to prepare the
article on American small arms for
the tenth epition of the Encyclopedia
Brittanica by the military editor there
of. He has given addresses in similar
professional subjects before clubs, so
cieties, national guard meetings and
the student officers of the war college.
Among other duties after graduating
front, the artillery school In 1890 he
was selected for assignment to duty
at tEe naval gun factory, Washington,
to learn the practical as well as the;
theoretical operation of making heavy
tomato catsup, mushroom catsup, ta
basco, Worcestershire sauce, tarragon
vinegar, mint juice (for English dress
ing), capers, celery seed, kitchen
bouquet and paprika.
The salad may he made of any sea
sonable vegetables and served with
a well-seasoned French dressing.
Make the shortcake, cutting the flour
and butter together in the rooming and
wetting away in the refrigerator, with
peaches also in readiness. When ready
for supper the shortcake will bake
while setting the table, preparing the
salad and making the coffee,
um.u ini j riKowM bread.
Materials Rye meal, one and one-
half cups; cornmeal, one and one-halt
cups; graham flour, one cup; salt, one
teaspoon; soda, one teaspoon; best
Porto Rico molasses, one cup; aour
milk or buttermlik, three cups.
Directions Mix the meals and flour
well together. Dissolve the soda in a
little boiling water, then add to the
sour milk; pour in molasses; when
all is well mixed add to the meal the
salt aud blend all together thorough
ly. Pour into well greased Boston
brown bread molds, quart siaes. put
on the cover and steam in a steam
cooker three hours; uncover and bake
20 minutes. If you do not have the
steam cooker, set in a kettle of boiling
water to steam.
Boiled Leg of Mutton
Any Tart Jelly Potato Puffs
Cup Custards Sponge Cake
Tea or Coffee
The leg of mutton is boiled on Sat
urday and is cooled in the same water
in which it is boiled, or, if conven
ient, steam or brafse. Then it it
ready to reheat or slice cold Sunday
night as desired.
The potatoes are mashed on Satur
day, and Sunday, with a little hot milk
added, salt, pepper, butter and a beaten
egg, with white and yolk beaten separ.
ately, it is ready to turn into a greased
baker to bake until light and brown.
Boston Brown Bread
Vegetable Salad French Dressing
The brown bread should be steamed
the day before, then all that is nec-
It Is In time or sudden mishap or
accident that Chamberlain's Liniment
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
eprains, cuts, wounds irad bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment takes out the
soreness and drives away the pain.
Bold by all druggists (Adv-.)
Island last week. Their many friends
and parishioners are delighted to have
the rector and his family at home
MISS ANNA H K 1 D E M A N N,
daugher of Mr. and Mrs. William H. '
Heldemann, 980 Aiken street. South '
Ti 1 I 1 l T i. r t . j t
ty. with the unusual tone of the man-i"-""- i"Mm""u' ' eUnea.;a voice pf ,weetneM and exceptional
dolin. and with a gcod i-layerf?: " 1 -""au"'1 ""' xllv i technical attainments, which are said
some deptli of feeling can be brought
out. Mr. Loar is one of the best on i
MISS CONRAD TO APPEAR.
MISS AGNES CONRAD. WHO IS
to appear here under the direction erf
ihe National Society for Broader Edu
cation, under the auspices of the Sil
ver Cross circle of King's Daughters,
has been called the "Little Sembrich
of American," possessing as she does
rrioon'' TrintinwcVo guns. He was commended at the close
Thrihodia" .". ..'.. .". Holmes ! of thi detail. In December, 1890, he
Les bereaus" .... ...V .".'... . Faure was transferred to the ordnance de-
infirm..- H.hn I partment and his 23' years' service
; Fourteenth street, were united in
marriage this morning at 5:30 o'clock.
The ceremony took place at St. Jos-
' to resemble those of the great Polish
' prima donna. She has persona beauty
"Chanson Tri6te" Duparc
"Le miroir" Ferrari
"Sherzo" C minor Miss Lidman
"The Forest, of Oaks" ...MacFadyen
"The Parting Hour"
therein has been of an unusually var
"He has had Inspection duty, has
served at two of the largest arsenals,
was principal assistant to the in
structor of ordnance and gunnery at
Wright j West Point, and chief ordnance officer
Wright i of the departments of the Platte and
'Hush-a-bye, my Baby"
Emma Liedtke won the prize, a hand
painted plate, and Miss Mary Kelley
of Moline took the other favor. Dur-
this Instrument; he ha had thorough 'C,""UJ """V l al- -" land grace of manner. The artist wiil
training, and long experience. The!,8 "-hurch and Dean J. J. Quinnibe BCCOmpaDied by two other musl
v t-,o-- ..i i officiated. The bridal couple was un- io. f ,v, kih h.
promising a treat w hl. h is a little out . B"",?ed , l,0W,nB the vice a ' piano and tUey win present & series ,g ,e e,ven,ne the hoste88 8erved a
m i: im.i . .... ."puumg iMfaKi-i mas Btryeu ai uie ,.,.t.i., i i .t-.. i iuuvu.
H inr uiuuirtrj, jumiuu'vrii.iine . . t j ,Ui ecu ais ytri laiuiug iu a. ua;
..v,.,,- Ul .c u,,ues p.'.rems, a small j in i,inp -' Th rritfll will h clvon
first of a series nf six lii-li the Young
P( 0le's Pr isliyN-ra:! union
has ar.Company t,f relatives being the guests. at t!le Rock ,slan(1 chlb Nov
ranged for this wiuter. This is a con
Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy left during the
Ulay for a short visit in Chicago, and
the Yo:iUK ;
i upon thHr return will reside on Kif-
TAKE UP STUDY KING LEAR.
OPTIMUS READING CIRCLE.
MRS. O. H. BIRKEL, AT HER
home, 735 Fifteenth street, entertain
ed the members of the Optimus Read
People's asocial ion of Kroalay so
teenth street, w here a home Is already ! THK ST,"DY DEPARTMENT OF , ing circie iast evening. The circle
successfully, and the pre.JcLt course
promised to be fully v
in merit aud luterett
i i .v- c iu n
the outbreak of that war he was ap
pointed chief ordnance officer, head
quarters, U. S. forces, Tampa, Fla
and later chief ordnance officer, 4th
army corps. He also commanded the
ordnance depot at Tampa, which was
charged with the supply of all the
forces concentrated at that point, for
which work he was commended by
Generals Flagler and Shatter.
"After the war he was detailed as
a member of the board of officers to
select camp sites ln Cuba and was
charged with arranging for the estab-
furnihlietl for tiiom Th t.ri.l u llie uraau uu jeaieruay iook up ls readine "JoseDh II and His Court.
u- i, . ..... the study of "King Lear," with Mrs. '.w mmonooo r, i. n,i n.,.on. I llhiupnt f n nritnancn denartment
promises to be fully equal to the fiiMi,. . , l A. C. Crosw ell as the leader, the meet-! tv, ,.., k .hot i.i.nj tTt. .n,niH f
: "i umc uiuauiiuiu Willi tx imv Ol luv . dvuuj .iwui naa tunu "'.v. , j c : v 11 iihv o,iuu. . -.
j tuuie shade. L,he wore a corsage
! bouquet of Ameriran Beauty roses
RECEPTION FOR REV. SHERWOOD.
Tilt.- PiniilllllVV'livi 111.- TKIV.
.... -.1 . 'u i . V .agency firm
uj r.iii u(wi inuiiii nae airiiiirru llis brid
rei'i piioii i'T it'-, inu .urn. iiruiivuit-j
II. Sherwotd. which will be held at
the parish houj-e Thursday evening. I
Oct. 30. Rev. Mr. Sherwood returned ;
yesterday from New York City, where!
re has been hi attendance at the
he was one of
, ir.g being held at the home of Mrs. ' social time and the hostess served re-j this duty he took charge of the wdrk
Joseph Goldsmith, 1810 Sixth avenue, freshments. Mrs. C. F. Rladel will be ! nf straiehtenine th nronertv accounts
new s , " "'"'u"1"1 latl ,u wuuecnou w uu , tlie hostess ln tw o weeks, entertaining
nann. Uie drarna- the incidents on which itat j,er home. 1522 Ninth avenue.
.Mr. Kennedy Is a member of the
..- .w ..... tJ ... . . , , ... ...
e has been einuloved as a i is-.-. ul
clerk in the certificate department of : pla' Were ,akn up ln tl,e di"c'o
the Modem Woodmen had office 'Participated in by the members. The
I various characters in the drama w ill
: le taken up at the next meeting, w ith
1 Mrs W. M Walker i iha loo.tc
. 1tl.llilliri , HA .1JIKKX
The Argus Daily Pattern
UNIQUE HALLOWE'EN PARTY.
eral convention, to which ! party or last evening was that given. LADIES' CIRCLE PLANS CONCERT.! Renorts
of the two clerical dele- j by the Misses Elva and Ruth Allsbrow , AT A MEETING OF THE LDIES' ' vention.
the diocese of Qnincy. j at their home. lt2s Third avenue, 5 circle of Ziou Lutheran church, held1 the yes
of the various volunteer organizations
who bad been In service and the state
claims. He next became particularly
W. C. T. U. MEETS TOMORROW, j Identified with the small arms and
THE OCTOBER MEETING OF THE j tDe equipment of the foot and mounted
Woman's Christian Temperance union . Boldier. He had much to do with the
I will be held tomorrow afternoon at'3 ; 8ucceggful development of the present
service automatic pistol and the rifle.
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Fred Tit-
terington. 815 Twenty-second street.;
the latter generally ad raited to be the
be given and dues fori . , . . , . ... ,
.. til v nAi ' rvn T T"
Rev. Mr. Sherwood has been absent j member, and frieuda of the Epwortb at ,i . i.nm. nf Mr. atx-ia o .i .. .n v. .u- '
from the city since July, having been j league of bpencer Memorial Methodist 1U6 Tbirt-elghth street, last evening. noon.
. . ! plans were made for a concert to be '
i given by the Apollo Male chorus some! LAURA MARQUIS CIRCLE MEETS.
j rifle now in use and Is also active in
the development of an automatic rifle
for the service. After eight years of
this work at the Springfield and Rock
Island arsenals he was again ordered
j tim the first of the year. The meet-j A CALLED BUSINESS MEETING to Washington as a senior assistant to
'Sjjfg i tended and the ladies spent a very! way Presbyteriai
?L:J P'easant evening. Bounteous refresh-1 last evening at th
Because it cleans everything you can
quickly make your oilcloth or linoleum
clean and pretty with
v . - J
Alwaya ready for its endless uses.
5c and larger packages.
lt th COLO DUST TWIMS
ing of last evening was largely at- of the Laura Marquis circle of Broad-! ln cn,er or ordnance, a position that
n church was held ue "ul1 nola- -among tne amies or
e home of Mrs. W. G. ' nls assignment are the supervision
or tne mmods or administration or
the ordnance establishments, of mat
ters connected with the civil and mi ro
tary personnel of the department;
slso the preparation of war plans for
the formation of the depots and the
i menu were served during the course
of the evening.
ZION YOUNG PEOPLE MEET.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY
of Zion Lutheran church held a well
Oglevee, 1524 Thirtieth street. The
circle is planning to a give a play
some time during the fall and parts
were last evening assigned to the members.
attended meeting last evening at Zion ! RECEPTION FOR NEW MEMBER8.
chapel. Misses Carrie Olson. Minnie j THE NEW MEMBERS AND THE
Danielson, Kuby Johnson and Harry friends of Edgewood Baptist church
Danielson acting as hosts. The pro-! ul tendered a reception and social
gram consisted of a vocal solo by Wil-J
liani Frendberg, a piano solo by Miss COO00000000O0C000OO00C0OO3
uitve Pearson, an address by C. E. !
Bergquist and a trombone colo, Clarke!
Swanson. A social hour followed and ;
refreshments were served. !
Colored Brocade Brightens Dark Frocks.
MISS OHLWEILER HOSTESS.
MISS CORCVE M. OHLWEILER,
at her home, 1301 Fifth avenue, en
tertained a company of young women
from the Central Union Telephone of- i
flee at a pretty Hallowe'en party last j
evening. Tellow chrysanthemums were i
used to trim the house, together with !
Hallowe'en decorations. There were i
a number or contests iu which MUst
Miss Hazel Huntley
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 29th.
MISS FRANCES LIDMAN
While vivid colors are very modish,
a touch is quite sufficient to brighten
and trim the street dress or suit For
nnlni ar r .., Ih.a. hrtffht
supply of troops in time of wsr. and dye, may Jn(luIjred ,n lo the hearn
me aesign, supply ana aistnnution i content. The rich coloring of the bru-
for storage and issue of small arms,) nette la enhanced by a touch of that
ammunition and equipments for men j nw dame color that o well deserves
and horses. From his arsenal service l, nam- The blon,, or of "ln
he is familiar with the manufactur-1 t??'"1" comp"xio" V 1lc,, 7"T'
. . .. ., ... . t kisu green or one of the brilliant blues
ing and other problems that must be for lh ,oucn of ,h,rp eontr, n.
soivea ana is Bccusioraea to aeanng j quired on the new auit or frock
with industrial labor.'
Beautiful Hair, a Joy Forever.
If you have a beautiful head of hair,
try to keep it. If you have nat try
to get it Meritol Hair Tonic keeps
the scalp clean, promotes a healthy
growth of beautiful bair. and keeps
it soft and lustrous. Try it. Harper
House Pharmacy and H. O. Rolfs, dis
penser chemist, sole agents. (Adv.)
All tbe news an te time The
A plain blouse and a plaid skirt are
used in 77U-7Stl. Tbe design shows a
novel two-piece skirt. The arrane
ment of tbe tucks on the front gives
tbe effect of a tunic in front and a
lightly draped appearance in back.
!Tbe blouse shows s good looking ras
llan sleeve in a drop-shoulder
To make 7713 In site It It requires
24 yards of It inch material. 71
needs for sis 24. S yards of lack
A clever way to Introduce tbe rlTl
bit of colored brocade or embroidery
is shown in 7773. The material of th
dress Is nsvy blue silk poplin. There
Is a mingling of several soft Turkish
tones in th embroidery. Rose and
gold predominating. Aside from th
inset on the side of th blouse and
skirt.' th sash may be In a contrasting
shade also. A high roll collar is an
attractive feature of this model
This design may be copied ln siz It
with 4V4 yards of 42 inch material.
No. 7711 sizes 32 to 42.
No. 7861 sizes 22 to 30.
No 7773 sizes 34 to 42. '
Each pattern 1 cents
To obtsin either pattern illustrated Oil
out this coupon and enclose IS rents In
ji stamps or coin. Be sure to stste number
of pattern and size, messurtns over tbe
fullest pert of tbe bust. Address Fatten .
Department, car of this paper.