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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Why is It
Improper tor' a young gentleman to
kiss a girl good night when learlng
(2) How can I make friends for my
self and become popular?
(3) How old should a girl be before
she commence to have gentleman
(4) Should a girl ask a fellow to
call at the house or should he ask if
(5) Should a girl when out walking
with her gentleman friend take his
(6) If a girl wishes to go somewhere
for the evening, should she suggest it
to her gentleman friend?
(1) Because a girl should keep her
person sacred. Because promiscuous
kisslns cheapens a girl. Because the
man who kisses considers her "rasy,"
and is very Pt to tell the other fel
lows, who will also consider her easy.
Because the girl who gives her kisses
away to anybody who wants them us
ually marries the least desirable man
she knows no other, man wants her.
(21 By bolng pleasant, entertaining
and considerate of others.
iZ) By "gentlemen friends' I sup
reme you mean a beau. She should be
eghteen at least and even then she
rohould consider a beau only as a friend
until he proposes to Iter and she ac
, (4) The custom is for him to ask. but
there is no harm in a girl saying that
'she oild be pleased if he would call
at her home some time. Then, if he
"Wants to, he will.
""'" (5) Not unless it Is after dark.
' ' (6) If he 1? a friend of old standing,
and the suggestion does not entail his
spending money, it would he all right.
, Z K
decoration for the bouse, with bas-
ku oi provisions lur iu
with all kinds of amusements. A fea
ture of the evening was a mock wed
ding, carried out with faithful detail,
and then there was fancy dancing and
music Late In the evening a four
course lunch was served at a table,
which was trimmed with the Hallow
e'en decorations, with place cards and '
favors appropriate to the day. After
the serving of the lunch each guest
was called upon for a toast and she
repeated an original Terse fitting the
occasion. The evening's entertain
ment proved a delightful one and the
affair was an entire surprise to the
thing on that would make it worse in
Would you advise the electric no
die? A READER.
Nothing but the electric needle will
permanently do away with superflu
ous hairs. Peroxide and ammonia will
burn the hair away temporarily, but
it will always come back. Also, this
mixture will harm the skin and I never
If the hair is not very conspicuous
why not let it alone? Probably nobody
notices it anywhere near a- much as
Dear Mrs. Thompson: We are two
girl friends, both 19 years of age;
one a blonde with very pretty lips;
the other with chestnut hair and dark
brown eyes. When we go out walk
ing, shopping or any where at all, the
boys, from a man of fifty to a boy of
fifteen, flirt with us. They call us
Of course we always have a pretty
smile and always try to look pleasant;
also dress in style, but not with slit
skirts to the knee or shadow skirts.
We Llso use a little powder to keep
the face from shining. We have pretty
dark eyebrows and eyelashes. It makes
us look ."done up." so my friend and
I often thought it might be because
we look "done up." But we thought
we would ask someone much cleverer
Ierr Mrs. Thompson: Would you
kindly tell nie if peroxide will pcrma-
MISS BROMLEY IN RECITAL.
MISS GRACE BROMLEY OF THIS
city, who is instructor of dramatic
readiag in the Peoria Conservatory of
Music, gave a recital at Central Music
hall. Peoria, Wednesday evening.
Press notices speak highly of M'ss
Bromley's work and have nothing but
praise for the program, which was as
Piano Etude Humoristique
The Fall of Pemberton Mills
I Elizabeth S. Phelps
Songs (a) La Farfalletta ... Torry
(b) Convien Partir. .Donitetti
Rebecca Mary's Dream.
Anna Hamilton Donnell
(Musical setting by Fanning; Miss Em
erson at piano.)
Songs (a Come Where the Lin
dens Bloom Buck
' b) The Charmed Cup
Merchant of Venice, Act 1. Scee 1
ST. JOSEPH'S GIRLS DANCE.
THE REPUTATION OF THE ST.
Joseph's Girls' club for the delightful
! dancing parties they give has gone
than ourselves for a little advice.
Also, women give us the sweetest i abroad so far that they were taxed
smiles women we never met or saw hast evening to accommodate the com-
before. TWO SMILERS. Dany that attended the Hallowe en
If you conduct yourselves modest-' party given at the school. As the
ly, dear girls, you need not worry j guests entered the building they were
about the men smiling at you. You j met by a ghost, who conducted: mem
do not have to notice them, you know. I to the receiving rooms. The rooms
You are probably both pretty and ! had been very elaborately decorated
nently destroy the roota of superfluous! everybody loves to look at you I love ! in Hallowe'en style with quantities
ltair. If so. will you kindly tell me how to look at a Drettv Kirl mvself. and I 'of corn stalks, jack o'lanterns, beauti-
often it should be used and for how certainly will smile to her if I get ajful autumn foliage and on thes black ( 1Iciou8 c0iatjOn was served when the
niate. Mrs. Edward Hammer
second favor, a hand painted powder
box, Mrs. Frank Maucker of this tlty
the consolation favor, a pin tray, and
Miss Anna Haak the booby prize. Mrs.
A. Garaga was given the guest favor.
Refreshments were served at the con
clusion or the games. Mrs. Grafton
bad trimmed her house very prettily
to carry out the Haiiowe en
idea and her refreshments were in
keeping with the day. Mrs. John Tem
ple of Moline will be the next nostess.
HALLOWE'EN CARD PARTY.
MR. AND MRS. T. C. HENSLEY
entertained the M. B. A. lodge at tneir
home. 1220 Twelfth street last evening
at a Hallowe'en card party. Five ta
bles' of cinch were surrounded ana
the favors were given to Mrs. Wallace
and H. A. Thomas, and Mrs. Young
and F. O. Canedy. In the living room
yellow and white flowers were used
as decorations with festoons of yellow
and black extended from the chande
lier to corners of the room and from
which were suspended black cats,
witches, etc. A Hallowe'en supper was
served at. the small tables after the
games and place cards and favors car
ried out the Idea of the season.
MISS WELLER HOSTESS.
THE MEMBERS OF THE ALPHA
Beta Pi sorority were the guests 01
Miss Haiel Weller at her home. 830
Forty-third street, last, evening at a
mos. enjoyable porch party. The
large veranda was closed in with can
vas curtains aid was decorated with
pumpkins, Jack o'lanterns, autumn
foliage and beautiful yellow and white
chrysanthemums. Nine couple were
entertained with games,, music and
contests. Later in the evening the
comDanv was served with refresh
ments and seated about the fire place
the merry company toasted marsh'
mallows and told stories: Miss Alter
of Toledd, Ohio was an out of town
MRS. MITCHELL HOSTESS.
MRS. BEN MITCHELL OF 735
Twenty-second street entertained tri
cky ladies at a pretty bridge party
Thursday when the game was played
at five tables set in the flower decor
ated rooms. Prises were awarded to
the highest scorer at each table and
the recipients were Mrs. George Gun
derson of Chicago, a guest of Mrs.
C. R. Stephens, Mrs. G. A. Stephens,
Miss Julia Ryan. Mrs. Walter Peterson,
the latter two of Davenport and Mrs.
J. R. Kimball.
Chrysanthemums and roses made
attractive decorative bouquets. A de-
the workers on tag day. The time Is
set tor Saturday, Nov. 22, from 2:30
to 5:30, at Bethany home and all those
who assisted in any way to make tag
day the success that it was, are to be
invited to attend. Plans were dis
cussed for the carrying on of the work
of the committee and the hostess
served refreshments at the clo.se of
OWLS DANCING PARTY.
THE OWLS ENTERTAINED A
large number of people at a dancing
party at their club rooms last evening
at a hard times affair. Prizes were
given fo:- the best costumes and were
awarded to Henry Kirchdolf and Miss
Kirchdolf. A grand march was par-
"Lessen the size of the garbage
can." October is gone and with it
ma n v nf f ho ran voaotnhloa houo
tlclpated in by 25 couples In fancy i dlsanneared from our markets. There
proved jr4 others, however, such as the no-
costume and the affair
merry one. Refreshments were served
during the evening. The club will. en
tertain at another party some time the
latter part of tie month and this wLl
be for members and their families.
GITCHEE GUMMEE PARTY.
MR. AND MRS. WILL RICH AT
their, home on Fifteenth avenue and
Twenty-eighth street, had as their
guests last evening members of the
Gitchee Gummee club and their ladies.
who were entertained at a Hallowe'en
party. Dinner was served at 7 o'clock
with covers laid for 11. Hallowe'en
decorations trimmed the house and
table and favors and place cards car
ried out the same idea. Games and
contests were enjoyed and marshmal
lows and corn were toasted and a mer
ry evening passed.
MR. AND MRS. B. G. WILLH1TE,
at their home, 1712 Eighth street, last
evening entertained at a Hallowe'en
party 30 friends. From attic to cellar
the house was trimmed in Hallowe'en
decorations and numerous stunts were
carried out in the pilgrimage through
the house. The guests came dressed
in costume, which were unique and
comical. At the serving table the
place cards and favors carried out
the Hallowe'en idea and the affair
proved a most enjoyable one.
PASTOR'S AID SOCIETY.
THE PASTOR'S AID SOCIETY OF
Central Presbyterian church held its
monthly sewing meeting Thursday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. O. Leon
ard, 2117 Twelfth street. They were
busy all afternoon se'wlng irt prepara
tion for their annual sal9 and supper
Nov. 13. Mrs. Leonard served refresh
ments and the atternoon passed pleas
antly and quickly.
tato, onion, and many of the driej veg
etables, peas, beans, lentils, besides
some of our most valuable .starchy
foods, rice, macaroni, spaghetti and
tapioca. There are still plenty of
green peppers, celery, red and white
cabbage, carrots, beets, okra, leeks,
cauliflower and egg plant - Tomatoes
continue to lend their bit of color in
the markets, but are not to be consid
ered at "three for a quarter," when
there is plenty of good food at season
Learn to buy food only when in sea
son. About all the home fruits are
gone except apples. They have been
none too plentiful and as a result ex
pensive. However, they will be cheap
er as the winter varieties come ia and
should be used as freely as possible,
both raw and cooked.
1SE A PPI.ES Fit EEL. V.
Cultivate the habit of the old-fashioned
dish of apples on the living room
table for members of the family to
"top off" with before going to bed. It
aids very materially in " clearing the
system after eating a hearty dinner;
or eat one or two the first thing in the
morning; in fact, if you have eaten an
unusually hearty dinner the night be
fore, let the apples alone lonstitute
the entire breakfast.
Then there are other fruits from
which all sorts of good, wholesome
dishes may be made, such as the dried
fruits, prunes, peaches, figs, raisins
and datfs. besides oranges, lemons,
bananas, grape fru.it and the fine vari
ety of nuts.
It is perfectly reasonable with the
variety of foods In our markets, wheth
er east, west, north or south, to havo
good, wholesome living without in
creasing the allowance. Set your own
standard of living within your owu in
come, not that of your neighbors or
friends, and then live within that. Fol
low that with careful preparation of
all seasonable foods purchased, and
no waste: keep the garbage can s
nearly empty as possible.
( REAM or I.KKK SOI P.
Materials Stall-s of leeks, four; ro
tatoes, two; butter, two tablespoon-
fuls; flour, one tablespoonful: chopped
parsley, one tcaspoonful; sa!t, pepper
Directions Wash well and cut tho
leeks in small pictes; add the pared
and dried or sliced potato. Turn both
of these into a sauce pan and simmer
until tender, then rub through a sieve.
Rub butter and Hour together and stir
until smooth. Mix all together; set
over the fire and bring to the boiling
point. Add milk or V-art cream until
the desired consistency, and season;
when well heated serve on toasted
whole wheat bread.
times and I w ould uot like to put any-1 everybody.
long? Is it true that ammonia will. ! chance. 1 am glad the women smile 'boards of the school room had been
with the aid of peroxide, also have the1 sweetly at you. because that shows ' drawn pictures and cartoons that add-
ssme effect? you do not mean to be bold and try'ed effectively to the general aecora-
1 have a slight growth of hair which I to attract the attention of men. A I tlve scheme of the rooms. Eighty-five
makes me feel very embarrassed at I sweet, modest, pretty girl is a Joy to couples enjoyed the dance program
and from 10 to 11 o clock girls dressed
as witches served oyster stew in one
of the halls on the lower floor. The
club is planning to give another danc
ing party at Thanksgiving time, when
the affair will be held in a larger hall,
to accommodate better the large crowd
that will undoubtedly attend.
BETA DELTA SIGMA CLUB PARTY.
THE BETA DELTA SIGMA GIRLS
entertained at a unique and very pleas
ant Hallowe'en party last evening, the
a flair being given on a vacant lot ad-
games were concluded.
fAE KAE SUPPER AND SLUMBER j served. Miss Ellen Thompson assisting
t PARTY. jthe hostess. The table had as its
( THE FAE KAE CLl'B MEMBERS S center piece a pretty basket of Truit ! joining the home of Miss Hazel Lua
u a u . i,, , wii.-iti.iu mi -r i.. inn rinLC
was elaborately trimmed with jack
o'lanterns, autumn leaves and three !
LOCAL MOOSE WILL
HAVE STAG PARTY
Tri-City Palmtf'ed Tribe Will
Gather Around Local Festal
for Big Time.
Iijian, wuo enieruunea logeui
tjus E!i.:ubeth Bryan. The ts
I runner of yellow crepe pi
ploh were black cats, wltcl
entertained themselves at a very ) and jumping dolls were given as fav-
pleasaut progressive supper and slum- ors. The dessert course was served
ber party last evening. The young at the home of Fay lianna, 1020
fomen had their soup course at the t Tw enty-second street, w ith Miss Dcr-1 large bon fires were lighted, numer
kjiue of Miss Marsaret Uibbern In I othv Vernon assisting. The table was ! ous lanterns hung among the trees.
kjlan, who entertained together with here ltkewite decorated very attrac- 'n the center of the lot was an enor-i
table had i lively in the Hallowe'en svmbols and I mous pumpkin, which served as a cen-.
t . i . - ... .
paper on : pretty favors w ere given. The party ' terpiece ior tne v.noie place. Potatoes
i Itches, etc. i ended up at the home of Miss Neva I and w ienies were roasted over the hot
Ibe center piece was a ghost suspend- i Jenks. 2217 Sixth avenue, where Mlssjeoals. marshmallows were toasted and
f from which were bugs aud skele-! Kay Sotners assisted the hostess. After together with other articles cf food
iiis. The favors were Hallow e'en j a spread in the attic the affair was ( appropriate to the season, a bounti
POlK Vlttro'a mu-ic w as enjoyed I turned into a slumber party In which jful lunch was, provided. Games, as
(il then the company went to the i slumber was lacking. This morning the ' bide and seek, ring games, etc., were
huie of Miss Marion Atkinson in hostesses served a delicious breakfast, ! played before the company went to
foutli Ruck Islaud, where the meat I the table carrying out the decorations j the home of Miss Lundahl. Here the
tirhe w as served. Miss Emma Din-i of the season. Miss Bessie Bryan j company w as entertained w ith music
isUicin assisting the hostess in enter-1 c haperoned the crowd. on the victrola, vaudeville stunts were
j.tf iitng the girls. When the company - ' given and there was dancing.
Ifl the car ghosts suddenly appeared SURPRISE MISS HICKMAN.
In the dark road and conducted the I FOURTEEN YOUNG WOMEN
girls through the cellar where they! from the auditing department of the
CENTRAL MISSION . SOCI.TY.
MRS. P. C. SIMMON, AT HER
home, 1029 Fourteenth-and-a-half
sfreet, was hostess at the monthly
meeting of the Woman's Missionary
society of Central Presbyterian church
yesterday afternoon. Mrs. O. Leonard
was in charge of the meeting and fol
lowing the devotional services, con
ducted by Mrs. Simmon, the subject
of Mormonlsm was taken up and dis
cussed by Mrs. Leonard, Mrs. Bromley
and' Mrs. Ziegler. The foreign topic,
dealing with the Philippines, was dis
cussed by Mrs. H. J. Dawson. A social
hour followed when refreshments were
GENEROUS EMBROIDERY CLUB.
MRS. ARTHUR OBERLANDER, AT
iher home, 1417 Forty-second street, en
tertained the members of the Generous
Embroidery club Thursday afternoon
The house- was trimmed In autumn
and Hallowe'en decorations. A de
lightful social hour was spent with
sewing and visiting, and later a four-
course lunch was served in the dining
room. A black witch formed the cen
tral table figure with Hallowe'en
favors as place cards. The hostess
was given a pretty hand-painted plate
as a gift. The club - will be enter
tained in two weeks by Mrs. J. Wilson
PARTY AT SUMMER COTTAGE.
A COMPANY OF 35 YOUNG PEO-
tumbled over all kind of obstacles, Royal Neighbors' head office carried j pie of the First Swedish Luth
the back stairs and finally Into the j out a delightful surprise on Miss Ger-
g room. The table was decor- trude Hickman, at her home, 4224
ated to carry out the Idea of the season J Seventh avenue, last evening. Miss
and the place cards, which were pretty
hsnd painted ones, represented black
ats After a plcaaut social half hour
the company progressed to the home
of Miss Haiti Willis. 1103 Seventeenth
street where the salad course was
Hickman is spending her vacation
at home in the role of housekeep
er and this fact was taken advantage
of by her friend- in the office. They
came dressed in original and fantastic
costumes, and were w ell supplied with
Vandals and Vultures
BY MARY AQUIN.
The most horrible iconoclast is the
Few but w horn at some time or other practical utilitarian person, either he
have been permitted to experience the
really fine emotions perhaps It came
Jjr the reading, cf a book, maybe en
tranced before the work of a great
painter, the flowing lines and strength
of sculptured rock, or carried beyond
th confines of walls, transported on
Jthe waves of song that brought the
gates of heaven near. Perhaps by
jjsotne simpler thing the magic hand
of nature with colorful brush tinting
(the valley with rose and green and
whose life is dulled by the creased
edges of the dollar or she who is in
capable of sentiment, the stingy bits of
common clay, unresponsive and dead,
who make a jeer of all the sweeter
things and who confuse and desecrate
the thoughts of ardent natures, build
ing about themselves a wall of mod
lest we learn that they have nothing
precious to conceal. To such ideals
are Impractical, love a myth, honesty
impossible and every high hope is
blasphemed. Twas these individuals
Tennyson saw when hs wrote.
and grin at a brother's shame;
However we brave It out, we men are
a little breed."
Igold. perfuming the air with costly
cents. Yonder in the western sky the
plnken sun sinks beneath the hill, the ( "We whisper, and hint, and chuckle,
Lgrayish shadows flute the edge of rose
ad e'er tbe darkness reaches a sll
Iver star twinkle dazsingly, a hush de
jscends and over all tbe night has
S "swung. Or simpler yeL we have been
quickened at the sight of saintly ma
kdonna and her cherished babe,
j The message of these moments in
Jour lives, when all exterior things are
swept aside and only the rapture of
eauty In Its varied forms exists is
that man is something more than the
sgly shell that circumstance has
r-rarved. Ia nature. In labor. In fellow
creature are the component parts to
snake the perfect entirety acceptable
to God and through emotion at all
worthy deeds and ecstacy at glorious
flslon we approach the IdeaL
On such vultures and vandals tbe
crusader of high hopes should advance
and challenge the weaklings, for such
they are. Challenge them with brave
thoughts and kind words. Show '.hem
poverty succoring the poor, love shel
tering the Magdalene, the prodigal
awaited. Read poetry, glory in eong.
grasp .the passing beauty of the sea
sons, love tender things, little chil
dren, aged men and women. Refuse
to follow the pointed finger of scorn
and sarcasm. Why listen to the
croakings of the jackdaw when the
nightingale Is singing I
church was entertained at the summer
cottage of Elmer, Ernest and Arthur
Swanson and Frank Johnson on Wood
avenue. Watch Tower, last evening.
As the guests left the car they wer
met by ghosts who conducted them
through a path lighted with pumpkin
faces and lanterns, to the summer cot
tage. The rooms were elaborately
decorated to carry out the Hallowe'en
Idea with corn stalks, lanterns, pump-
1 kins. etc. Contests were enjoyed. Miss
Jennie and Ernest Swenson taking the
I prizes m a w ora contest, miss Hilda
Johnson was given the prize in a
pumpkin seed stringing contest and
Clark Swanson won the prise for draw
ing with his eyes blindfolded the best
black cat. Refreshments In keeping
with the season were served before
the close of the evening.
GERMAN Y. P. 8. PARTY.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY
of Immanuel German Lutheran church
carried out a most enjoyable party at
their club rooms last evening. Each
young woman brought a box of lunch
and the young men selected their part
ners from a row of feet visible below
a drop curtain. There was a chewing
gum contest, a contest to pin eyes in
a large black cat, in which the prize
was won by Miss Elsie Knorr. A dia
logue, "Entertaining Sister's Beau."
was given by John Theus. Motile Otto,
Sam Mielke and Julia Hansgen. A
drill was put on by Cart MangelsdorL
Charles Kutz. Ben Horn and Arthur
Schoessel. The club rooms were very
elaborately decorated in Hallowe'en
style and Hallowe'en stunts were
pulled off, and ring games were
MISS O'CONNER FOR KISS PAYNE.
MISS MAY O'CONNER AT HER
home, 615 Eighteenth street, is enter
taining this afternoon at an auction
bridge party to honor Miss Mabel
Payne, a bride of next week. Miss
Payne has chosen pink and white ab
bed wedding colors and these Miss
O'Conner used to trim her home,
using lovely chrysanthemums to carry
out the floral decorations. Bridge is
played at three tables with prizes -for
the winners and a special prize foi
Miss Payne. A course lunch fol'.owf
the card games.
OLIVE CINCH CLuV
MRS. ELMER GRAFTON, 3207 F1F
teenth street. Moline entertained the
members of the Olive Cinch club yes
terday afternoon. Mrs. M. L. Suth
erland of this city was given the first
price in the games, a band-painted
BROADWAY MISSION SOCIETY.
THE OCTOBER MEETING OF
the Woman's Missionary society oi
Broadway Presbyterian church was
held yesterday afternoon at the home j
of Mrs. W. S. Marquis, 726 Twenty
third street. Tho devotional services
were conducted by Mrs. Fred Titter
ington and tbe home mission topic
dealing with the Mormons was dis
cussed by Mrs. Ella Allen Read. Mrs.
S. C. Taylor took the foreign topic,
the Philippines, and conducted the
study. Mrs. Joe McCrory sang two
songs. A pleasant social hour fol
lowed the study meeting.
DEBORAH SOCIETY SALE.
AT A MEETING OF THE DEBOR
ah society, composed of tri-city people,
held yesterday at the home of Mrs.
Pauline Levy, 831 Nineteenth street,
the date of the annual sale and coffee
was set for Thursday, Nov. 20. The
affair, which is held for the purpose'
of raising money to assist in earning
on the charity work of the organisa
tion, will this year be held at
the home of Mrs. A. Mosenfelder, SOS
Twentieth street, from 3 to C o'clock.
There will be the usual line of fancy
articles and a great many practical
and useful ones, and coffee will be
BETHANY HOUSE COMMITTEE.
MRS. E. ALDRIDGE, CIS SECOND
avenue. East Moline entertained the
house comittee ef Bethany home yes
terday afternoon. At this time plans
were made for a reception to be given
MISS MARGARET CURTIS EXTER
talned a company of her girl friends
last evening at her home, 715 Forty
tLird street, at a delightful evening of
pleasure followed by a slumber party.
Games and contests were enjoyed the
fore part of the evening and later re
freshments were served in the attic
were the girls also tried to carry out
th; slumber part, of the party.
PRETTY EVENING PARTY.
' MRS. CARL M'CLAIN, 608 FORTY-
fourrh street, invited 10 friends to
spend the evening yesterday at her
home. The house was made attrac
tive with decorations of corn stains,
Hallowe'en symbols, etc., and seated
about the large fire place the guests .
toasted marshmallows and popped
corn, and were served with a nice
ENTERTAINS ON BIRTHDAY.
MISS DELLA LUNDAHL IS EXTER-
taining this afternoon at her home, 937
Forty-tliird street, a company . of 12
girl in honor of her birthday anni
versary. The house is trimmed to
carry out the Hallo'we'en idea, games
are the afternoon diversion and a
Hallowe'en lunch is to be served be
fore the close of the afternoon.
ENTERTAINS YOUNG FRIENDS.
YOLLAND MAHAFFEY, AT HER
home, 926 Forty-third street. Thurs
day entertained about twenty of her
little friends at a Hallowe'en party.
Pumpkins were given as favors and
the house was made bright and at
tractive with pumpkins and other Hal
lowe'en decorations. A nice lunch was
served and games of various kinds
made the afternoon pass very quickly.
A DELIGHTFUL HALLOWE'EN
party was .given last evening st the
heme of Miss Marie Hofer. 2143 Ninth
street. The house was trimmed to
carry out the Hallowe'en Idea, t'Oblins
adorning the walls and candles and
pumpkins shed their weird light as
th? only illumination. A luncheon was
served with covers laid for 12 ladies.
New York Application for a com
mission to determine the sanity of
Mrs. Ida von Claussen was made by
the district attorney In behalf of her
brother. Judge M alone indicated he
would appoint a commission.
Washington A joint resolution re
questing President Wilson to negotiate
with the British and Canadian govern-,
menta for the exchance of southeast
ern Alaska for money or other British I "Howdy Tap" will be the one big
territory was introduced by Repre- great ing in Rock Island next Muuday
evening, when uie local wage oi
Loyal Order of Moose entertain tho
members of the Davenport and Moline
sentative Smith of Maryland.
, i. i lodges at the club rooms in this city,
of the house of assembly was defeated , '""n " . , . ,,ho ,..
t. j , )!,, i i Tho affair is to bo for members only
HI iw nunui c... ia. 6c..c. o. u, 1,. try nl,r.i. nnr.rl
Grimes, business manager of the Fish
ermen's union, who is known as a so
cialist. New York Sir George Paish, editor
of the London Statist, arrived on the
Lusitanla. He said there was "great
financial stringency In all countries."
made into muffs at Vogue Millinery,
Second avenue. (Adv.)
that there will be some doings when
members of the palmatcd tribe gather
to witness the festivities.
Several wrestling matches are sehed
uled to take place and as each of tho
participants in these events will be
well matched, this' portion of the pro
gram will likely prove very enjoyable.
A quartet of talented songsters has
been engaged to render selections and
an elaborate lunch is promised all
The Argus Daily Pattern
FEZ CLUB PLANS PARTY.
ELABORATE PREPARATIONS are
being made by the Fez club for a party
to be given some time during the holi
days. The time is not set definitely
but will be between Christmas and
New Years. The affair will be a dan
cing party and will probably be given
at the New Harper.
HOSTESS AT ROSE TEA.
MRS. T. W. REIMERS ENTER
tained Thursday at a charming rose
tea at her home, inviting twenty-four
ladles for 5 o'clock. Ruses were used
in profusion throughout the rooms. A
slstlng the hostess were Mesdames T.
B. Davis, W. H. Marshall, B. D. Con
nelly and Mary Wadsworth.
A CHICKEN PIE SUPPER AXD
sale of fancy and useful articles will
be held at the Centra; Presbyterian
church Thursday. Nov. IS. ,
A Smart Transparent Tunic Banded With Fur.
A RED LETTER DAY.
Make Nov. 3 One in Your Career.
You can make Monday, Nov. 3, a
great day in your life by enrolling for
a course in bookkeeping, stet.otypy or
shorthand aid typewriting at Brown's
Business college. New classes --.ill
be organized in all branches on that
Transparencies ef all sorts are mod
ish. Wired, fur edged tunica, blouses
that are merely one width of chiffon
over another and touches of lace on
everything. With the return to favor
of the pannier and tbe flounce, lace has
come Into its own again. Metal laces
are especially fashionable. These are
not entirely metal, but bits of the pat
tern are worked out In threads of gold
and. silver. Trimmings of mousseline
aijd set on which-odd designs la silver
or gold threads are worked, etc. A bit
of gold on a frock is very effective and
In 770 tbe tunic Is of chiffon over a
supple liberty satin. The edge Is wired
and banded with fox dyed to match. A
fine wire also outlines tbe frill of lace
at tba throst. giving the slightly bouf
fant effect which marks so many of tbe
season's evening gowns.
This model may be copied In size
with t yards of 16 Inch material with
I", yards of contrasting malarial or
An overblouse and an overiklrt point
ed on each side make 793 distinctive.
A figured silk in which there were sev
eral softly contrasting colors and a
wide Roman sash add further to tbe
Size It In this design may be made
with 7 yards of 16 Inch silk.
No. 7706 sizes J4 to 42. -:
No. 798 sizes 34 to 42.
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