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TIIK ROCK ISLAND AKUUS. SATURDAY". JAXUAXIY 17. 191.
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IV r Mr. Thompson: 1 I am a
Air! of 16. Am I loo young to keep
coaipany with boys of 22 and 2?
(2) I have been going with boys
now for a long time, and Ju-t like
them aa friend, but I met cne several
daye ago that I l;ke better than any
I bare ever met. I low ran I win his
(3) Which is the more popular now
a blonde or brunette?
(4) How can I act to make boy
admire and like me, a I am consider
(5) I am Jolly when I am out, but
they don't seem to notice me only
when I am wl::i someone else,
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) riense
give me a recipe for divinity candy.
2 What is pood for babies that
have the colic?
(3) How can 1 keep tny baby from
having a scabby head?
4) Does it hurt a baby to take It out
Why' in cold weather at three months old?
! MRS. I. C. CORBRKY.
vite ladies for one table at the Stephen-:
home next Wednesday, each
guest to pay 60 cents Into the com
mittee treasury. Committee members,
who will pay the same amount but
will not play, are all asked to be pres
ent for the affair.
This function as a money raiser Is
additional to the coffee and bakery
sale to be held Saturday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Thomas Casady. also
in Moline. to which all friends are m
vlted. Refreshments will be served
and there will be a line of home-baked
supplies for sale.
CHORAL UNION FESTIVAL.
Samuel Colerid;e-Taylor. who was
the composer of the music of Hiawa
tha's Wedding Feaat, which Is to he
sung by the Moline Choral union,
Wednesday evening. Jan. 21. was born
in London August 15. 1865. His father
was a doctor of medicine from Sierra
Lecne. West Africa and his mother
was an English woman. He was dis
tinctly negro in appearance and loved
to study and write about negro music.
At the age of six he started to mas
ter vlo.ln and sang In the church
hi nirinWr minili- Purl ! Three
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tcif tnA pnn imrn 1 liuir. in ipjj iiv wu m dvhuibioum'
(6 I work in a large office and
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"inU. can hard.v write even w iiu a i 8rup. one-thlrd cup water to dissolve! Roy., College of Music . wh.ch gave
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pencil and I can't write with a pen ! uaar- ... Ac vfin, Stanford nH .,lan tn-
i'art . : une-uau cup pranuiairn - --- -
supar with water enough to dissolve it. I structicn3 under Algernon Ashton.
Tut each part on to cook at the! Critics all agree that he was one of
same time. Have Kngii.sh walnut' 'he beet and most original composers
meats chopped fine. When part 2 is that Encland has ever produced,
done so it will snap in Ice water, pour His greatett works were the Trl
i' over the well beaten whites of threejclogy: "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast",
egs and beat until part 1 Is done produced at Royal College in 1898:
(when it makes a very hard ball in ice, "The Death of Minnehaha" at the Staf
fordshire festival In 1889. and "Hiawa
tha's Departure" by the Royal Choral
society at Albert Hall In 1900. In
1894 he was elected conductor of the
at all. How can I overcome this?
(1) If by "keeping company" you
mean hugging and kissing and play-
lnjf at being in love. I think every; I
girl Is too good for that. Neither do
I think it best for a girl to "keep ;
company" If it means that she given!
... . . .... .water). Heat part 1 into the first plat
without being engaged to the one. J ' . . . .
,, .. .. . ... ter full of part i platter must be Tery
man. Have ail the friends you like. , . , 7 , , . ,
my' dear, no matter what age they ,ar' Add x c"p8 of nula "
are, so long as they are respectable. j UPOonB burnt suj;ar caramel or
it) Just be modest, sweet and vanil.a flavor. Beat till ready to press
good-natured and he cannot help but!in' buttered pans and then cut ta
think voa are nice. ! 'qusres.
(3) Popularity does not depend' 2) First of all see that the baby's : Taylor Choral society of Washington,
upon the color of hair, but upon one's i too,i doesn't make him colicky, and , p. c. He composed for several of
disposition. jthat his bowels move easily and reg- j Stephen Phillip's dramas and produced
AD CLUB MEMBERS
GIVEN A BANQUET
Fred W. Burgh Delightfully En
tertains at a Spread at the
. R6ck Island Club.
Handel Society of London, and in the i
same year he conducted performances
of Hiawatha at the colored Coleridge-
(4) Boys like w ell-mannered girls j ulariy. i always believe in caning a
(Who act modestly, dress neatly, who doctor the very first thing is there is
are Interested in boys' affairs and anything, wrong with baby.
who can be iollv w tihout beine bohl. : 3) Keep the baby s head clean
(5) I don't quite understand
(6) Perhaps you do not get enough
sleep, or perhaps you worry too i
You can wipe it off with a little olive
oil. or the white of an egg is very ef
fectual. Most doctors think babies, almost
at his Majesty's theatre. Herod. Ulvs-
sus. Nero and Fauat. Again in 1910
he favored America by writing an or
chestral raphsody on negro melodies
for the festival at Norfolk. Conn. He
died December 1. 1912, leaving a wife
and two children. In his death the
negro race lost it mmi r If tori
much, or do not eat nourishing food, from birth, should be kept outdoors as gfnjUs and the music world lost a
or use your eyes too much. Get much as possible. The modern mother i valuable member He considered his
some outdoor exercise skate or to- j tucks her baby up warm in its buggy Jagt work h,8 masterpiece, "The -Tale,
boggan or take walks, without over- j and puts it out on the porch to sleep! f OI- jn, u.Mrfc
iWp as long as you can. Eat plenty w eather. So. if your baby is dressed
of jrood food and think of pleasant I comfortably. I can see no harm taking
thisgs. jit outdoors in cold weather.
Twenty-six members of the Daven
port Ad Men's club which embraces
ad men of the trl cities In its organi
sation were guests of Fred W. Burgh
of this city at a sumptuous seven
course dinner at the Rock Island t:lub
at 7 o'clock last evening. Mr. Burgh,
w ho is the head of F. W. Burgh & Co.,
advertising specialists, is one of the
live wires in the Iowa organization,
and he proved as alert as a host as
he is aggressive in the advertising
During the course of the dinner,
A. H. Levy, advertisng director of the
M. & K. clothing store of this city,
read several letters and telegrams
purporting to be from the leading
satellites of the land. Later Mr.
Kindt of Davenport urged attendance
by members of the club at the meet
ing of ad men to be held in Toronto,
Canada. neSt June. Heecently re
turned from the dominion, where he
attended a meeting of the committee
In charge of arrangements, and advises
the preparations are even more elab
orate than at Baltlmcie a
year ago.- Effort is to tc made
by the club to send enough members
to the meeting to warrant a special
car from Davenport. A special train
probably will to from the state of
Iowa, and Davenport wants to make a
showing commensurate with the ccope
of its organization. After a round of
humorous stories, the party adjourned
to the card and billiard rooms.
held yesterday afternoon at. the
church. The time was spent in work
ing for the church and a short busi
ness session was held.
LAURA MARQUIS CIRCLE.
A meeting of the Laura Marquis
circle of the South Tark PresbyteMan
church was held last evening, Miss
Ha.iel Spauldlng, 2836 Eleventh-and-a-half
avenue, acting as the hostess to
the girls. Following a short business
session a program of games and con
tests was carried out and refreshments
were served, combining to make a
very pleasant evening.
LADIES OF EAGLES PARTY.
The ladies of the Eagles held a
largely attended card party yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. F.
Winkler, 1020 Tenth avenue. Seven
tables of cinch were played and prizes
went to Mrs. J. Damrath, first; Mrs.
Frank Larson, second; Mrs. William
Krueger. third, and Mrs. H. F. Wink
ler, fourth. The ladies will hold an
other party In two weeks at the home
of Mrs. Lorain. 1403 Thirty-ninth
MISS HARTZ FOR MISS LOCKE (T.
Miss Maude Hartz, 531 Nineteenth
street is entertaining this afternoon ut
bridge to honor Miss Anna Lockett of
Chicago who is the guest of Miss
Marie Hulette In Moline. Miss Fran
ces Desaulniers of Moline will enter
tain at rhum this evening also to
honor Miss Lockett.
I 1 W It
BLUE BIRD CLUB PARTY.
Tie Blue Bird club met last evening
at the home of Miss Mildred Breecher
Tasty Desserts With Small Cost,
To have variety In desserts and yet
economise on the use of eggs keeps
the housekeeper up to her very best
thinking these days.
It can be done. All kinds of good ice
creams do not require eggs. Any of
the canned fruits used with them may
be run through a colander, such as
peaches, apricots and bananas; berries
of all kinds should be rubbed through
a sieve. Then there Is no end to the
gelatine desserts, and using lemon or
orange Jelly as a basis, fruits fresh or
canned may be molded with it and for
a change, In combination with sponge
The whipped cream desserts with
only a very little gelatine, .combined al
so with fruits, can be made as attrac
tive one desires. All kinds of des
serts may be made with rice or tapioca
In connection with apples, pineapples
or any of the larger fruits. Then
there are the good steamed fruit pud-
ln South Rock Island. At the busi- dings which are fine for the winter
months and there Is never any ques-
Mrs. Phil Wagner. Mrs. R. H. Hoffman
and Miss Martha Kahlke in serving de
I ness meeting it elected Misses Jenette
; Doyle and Helen Dodson, editor aad
! associate editor of the club paper,
"The Owaissa." Music and games fol
lowed, in which Miss Ireno Sundehn
won the prize. A lunch was served
and the jappy crowt departed for their
homes declaring the Blue Bird had
The young people's brtnch of the
W. C. T. U. will meet Monday evening
in regular session with Miss Mabel
Smutz, 1124 Fourteenth and a half
been sung here by the' Choral union.
HAVE MISSIONARY TEA
The quarterly tea of thq
Woman's Board of Missions of
morial Christian church was held y
terday at the home of Mrs. John
Weiss. lSl'J Fifth avenue. Forty-five
members and thir friends attended
and enjoyed a deilslitful afternoon
The topic for stu'ly was on a visit to
the C. W. B. M. headquarters and Mrs.
E. 7t. Wrisht was in charge of the
MIDWINTER HARMONIE CONCERT.
Th Harmon ie chorus of Davenport
CELEBRATE WEDDING ANNIVERS
ARY. Mr. and Mrs. C. Malmrose yester
day celebrated the 25th anniversary of , atreeL
their marriage and the occasion was j
taken advantage of by a company ofiDCl U AI RPPD Wil I
40 friends who called at their borne
on Sixth street, last evening to help
them celebrate the event. They
brought with them ample provi'Ions
for a delicious lunch which was served
and the hostess was presented with a
Lumber of beautiful gifts of silver. The
has nrraneed for th mwin... . . " " . Church." The boys wno are twelve
. . .7 . KJi-mumii.
im 10 uw neiu at nunis opera nouse
SPEAK TO THE BOYS
The boys' meeting atthe Y. M. C.
. tomorrow afternoon will be. ad
dressed by Rev. H. W. Reed, who is
to speak on "A Boy's Service to His
'EA. twl!ch the ball is being given Is a most I
C hristian", worthy one, the people of the trl-clties '
- I - i are it'uuiiiK evcrv
s. i a creait to tne promoters.
id in making it
FAE KAE HOUSE PARTY.
The members of the Fae Kae club
were the gues s last evening of Dr.
and .Mrs. J. A. Campbell at Watertown
hospital, the young women being in
vited to spend the evening there and
program. Mrs. It. Iiollman and Mrs. ' i njoy the dancing party given for
Nichols gave talks cn the general top-! them. They went to tho hospital yes
1c and Mrs. Rhode gav a review- of j ter'lay afternoon and after being serv
the la!k given by Mrs. Ross of Eureka ed w ith an elaborate supper they spent
at the C. W. B. M. day held last Sun-1 the rt of the evening in dancing,
day in Davenport. Mrs. M. E. fhatlcy, f This morning after breakfast they
who Is making a study of the foreign I wore taken for a tour of inrpe?tion.
stations and their work told in ah in- vUitins; ji.ll the wards, buildings and
teresting way of the work in Africa. ( departments of 'ho. Institution. They
A short business session was held and t had a very delightful, merry tlne and
th hostess served nice refreshments, j are emphatic in their praises of the
during a social ho jr. Five dollars w as ; entertainment accorded them by Dr.
realized from the afternoon's sale.
and Mrs. Campbell.
CHARITY BALL' PLANS. j BETHANY BENEFIT AT STEPHENS
Plans itre going on apace for the; HOME,
charity ball which la :o be held at the: Mrs. C. A. Stephens is to open her
Masonic templo Jan. and which! home at Seven Acr s. Moline. next
Is to be the bl event of the year in, 1 Wednesday afternoon to Bethany
trl-city social circles. The con'jnitttees j Home educational committee, when
in charge of the affair are putting members of the said committee will en
forth every effort to make it a great tcrtain at several tables of bridge as a
success and one which will bring In means of raising funds for tho educa
te rge returns for the benefit of the i tlonal work st the home. Last yenr
Associated Charities and the Visiting ' members gave small parties at their
Nurse association. The dressmakers J homes one or two tables Inviting
Tuesday evening. Jan. 20. Arfhur
Middleton. noted baritone will be the
soloist. Miss Louise St. John-Wester-velt
will direct the chorus and Miss
Effle Johnson of this city will act as
accompanist. The work of the chorus
is to be a special feature at this proj
gram In addition to the numbers by
Mr. Middleton who Is a favorite in
tri-city musical circles. The following
program will be presented:
"Beauteous Morn" German
"The Sleeping Priestess- ... Smith
"Le Tambour Major" (LeCaid)...
'Ave Marie Stella"(unaccompanied)
"Remember Now, O Virgin Mary"
Solo by Mrs. Stauffer.
"Der Wanderer" Schubert
"Der Lelermann" Schubert
"Die Abloesung" Hollaender
"Der Sieger" Kann
'"Persian Song" Rubensteln
and tailors are busy fashioning beau
tL'ul garments and the promises are
that the ball will be the most brilliant
affair of the year. As the cause for
"The Lonely Pine"
"Barrack Ballad" .
".Mother O' Mine"
"Danny Deever" .
"The Nightingale's Song"
".My Desire" Nevin-Harris
"The Year's at the Spring"
EDGEWOOD MEN ENTERTAIN.
The Men s club of the Ed ire wood
EPWORTH LEAGUE PROGRAM.
years of age or over are cordially in
vited to get into this meeting and en
joy all its privileges. The meeting is
The Epworth league of the Fim held in the boys' lobby at three
Methodist church will hold its regu
lar monthly meeting Monday, Jan. 19
at 7:30 o'clock. A short business ses
sios will be followed by this program:
Piano trio Misses Marian and Lois
Hubbard and Josephine Cook.
Reading Miss Lydia Johnson.
Short sketch of Campbell's island
Dr. W. E. Martin.
Vocal solo Miss Faye Atkinson.
GAMMA ALPHA PI ELECT.
The Gamma Alpha Pi sorority was
entertained last evening at the home
of Miss Anna Rochow. 2106 Fourth
avenue and the reelection of officers
took place as follows:
President Miss Anna Rochow.
Secretary -treasurer Miss Rose
Reporter Miss Cecelia Frey.
Music and games and a delightful
social hour were passed when refresh
ments were served. The club will
meet ln two weeks with Miss Adah
Martin in Milan.
There- is no meeting for men
planned for tomorrow afternoon at
the Y. M. C. A.
tion about every one enjoying thm ..
the final bit of sweet. . M
Materials Sponge cake, lemon. t.
tine, fruit. .
Directions Line a mold with ttrin.
of sponge cake or lady fingers; pa!
fill with lemon jelly and set la
place to harden. When nearly eon.
gealed fill with drained sliced peacW
cherries, apricots or bananas. Corer
with the remaining gelatine and wha
cold and ready to serve turn on a diib
and garnish with fmit and whippy
cream, or serve with plain cream.
Lemon jelly recipe will be found on ti
Banana Box Whip. .
Materials Bananas, three; tngaj-one-third
cup; lemon juice, one tabl
spoon; vanilla, one-half tablespoonTal
heavy cream, one cup; chopped pi,
tachio nuts; sponge 'cake. ...
Directions Scrape and press ti
skinned bananas through a tiers or
vegetable press. Cook sugar and Uw.
on juice just to scald. Cool and flavor
wun tne vaniua. wnip the cream ttiir
and gradually add the sugar nuitors
and' the banana pulp. Cut off ths ton
of a g ponge cake and scoop oat th
center, nil wun tne mixture; nnt on
the cake cover and put whipped creta
over the top, slices of bananas, tnd
chopped pistachio nuts.
over the rails for a brief time without
a controlling hand on the throttle.
President Willard and other officials
of the road were aboard. The fireman
stopped the train at Brunswick. It is
believed J. H. Moxley, engineer, was
struck on the head by a piece of ice
or a rock falling from a cliff.
Los Angeles Forty-one New Eng
land heirs of Abel Stearns, who died
in the 70s, were defeated in their
contest for the $7,000,00 estate of
Mrs. Arcadia Baker, who was the
widow of Stearns when she married.
R. S. Baker. Mrs. Baker died intes
tate in 1912. Judge Rivers ruled that
at her second marriage Mrs. Baker
ceased to be the widow of Stearns.
He sustained a demurrer interposed
by the Baker heirs to the claims of
the Stearns heirs.
BOOKS ARE O. K.
Board of Directors and Audit,
ors Complete Work Re
BROADWAY THIMBLE BEE.
Forty members of the Ladies' Aid
society of Broadway Presbyterian
church enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs.
G. L. Schmidt. 823 Twentieth street,
yesterday when she was hostess at
'. '. '. ' Damrosch the monthly thimble part-. The after-
noon was passed in en informal so
cial way and with fancy work and a
committee of whic Mrs. R. C. Smed-
. . Keruochan
Sifety CfpBsil laa!!s
Cor. 18th St and 3rd Ave.
Karning a living is serious
business and calls for the
best there is in us.
Why not start a Savings Ac
count at this bank and have
something working or you
besides vour own efforts.
Rock Island Savings Bank
JL P. Hull. Vic Prea.
P. -Greenawalt. Vice Prea.
A. J. Lliidetrom. Cashier.
W. G. Johnston, AssL Cash.
personal friends to play the game, j
each friend paying for the privilege.
insieao oi using me piau uus year, t
members are each privileged to In-1 " cuurca " Piic en-
iki uiiunn'ui ui me cnurcn, j- orty
fourth street and Fifth avenue, Tues
day evening. Jan. 20, at 7:30 o'clock.
Creat efforts have been taken to make
this entertainment of real merit and
be following program has been pre
Welcome By the president. Joseph
Piar.o Duet Willie Shofer and Wil
' ford Hitman. .
, Vocal Solo Robert Stokes.
I Reading Robert Cowley.
I Solo Mrs. M. Horstkamp.
I Address, "The House I Am Building
; J. C. H. Read,
j Solo Mrs. M. Horstkamp.
MRS. OBERSTALLER HOSTESS.
Mrs. C. L. Obers taller at her home,
1225 Twenty-fifth street, was the host
ess yesterday afternoon to members
and friends to the number of 40 of
the Ladles' Aid society of the Tnlted
Presbyterian churca. The sewing of
carpet rags for the spring sale of ruga
was the afternoon diversion and all
enjoyed a very pleasant time. After
some time devo'ed to sewing a social
hour was passed and committee No. 2
BAPTIST LADIES' COFFEE PARTY.
The monthly coffee party of the
Ladies' Aid society of the First Bap
tist church was held yesterday at the
home of Mrs. II. W. Reed, 310 Fif
teenth s reel, and 64 ladies attended
and enjoyed a pleasant time. The
ladles brought their fancy work and
busied IhAmselven with that while they
visited. .Mrs. heed was assisted by,
ley was chairman served lunch.
HAVE MONTHLY WORK MEETING.
A meeting of the Ladies' Aid society
of the First Methodist church was
MEETS ON TUESDAY
The Toastmasters' club will meet at
the Y. M. C. A. next Tuesday evening.
Many invitations have been sent out
and verbal invitations are being ex
tended as widely as possible, for it is
desired, that every man who is in
terested in the work of the club be
given a chance to get into it. A fine
program is ready for this meeting and
a good time is in store for those who
The club meets at 6:30 for supper
and the oratory follows. Men who
expect to be present must get their
names in before Tuesday so as to have
a place prepared for them at the sup
per. Notice by telephone to tho Y,
M. C. A. is all that is necessary.
THIS ORIENTAL VEIL
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Special Church Meetings.
Rev. W. H. Tope at Spencer Memor
ial Methodist church will tomorrow be
gin a series of sermons on the gospels
in the parables, these to continue
through the week. The special evan
gelistic meetings being hold at the
church are increasing in interest and
attendance and there have boen a
number of conversions and accessions.
The special music is a pleasing feature
of the services. The gcnoral public is
invited to attend and partake in the
benefits to be derived from these meetings.
WIRE SPARKS 1)
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They do the work whenever you re
quire their aid. These tablets change
weakness into strength, listlessness
into energy, gloominess Into Joyous
ness. Their action is so gentle one
don't realize they have taken a pur
gative. Sold by all druggists.
The board of directors of the Mod
ern Woodmen of America, who 1ut
been in session for several day,
finished work yesterday afternoon.
During the past fiscal year 1S13,
372 death claims were allowed,
amounting to an expenditure of 6S,
191.20. The board of auditors, consisting of
seven members, who have been in
session for 10 days also completed
their work last night. They checked
all financial transactions of,. the so
ciety for six months, July 1 to Dec JL
inclusive, and books of the head
clerk and head banker were also com
pared, and found that every penny
has been accounted for, and that the
society is in first class condition,
"The Argus Daily Pattern
The Yashmak reiL
The us of the oriental veil is grow
ing in Paris and elsewhere iu Europe.
The picture shows one which leaves
the eyes free. In others the eyes are
covered by a thin veiling, the nose
aid mouth by one . conaltierab'y
Washington The "spoils" clause of
th Dostofflce appropriation bill, which
1' takes assistant postmasters from the
protection of the civil service, and is
being opposed by both the president
and postmaster general, was defended
on the floor of the house by Repre
sentative Fowler of Illinois, a member
of the committee on postoffVces and
post roads. He contended that each
postmaster should have full control
over his subordinates for the sake of
Washington Senator Kenyon in
troduced a bill prohibiting railroads
from leasing or acquiring any interest
in competing rail or water lines, but
permitting acquirement of noncompet
lng lines when such acquisition would
improve service and reduce cost of
operations. Issues of securities would
be regulated by the interstate com
New York The evidence which
the government Jias adduced in its
suit in equity against the American
Sugar Refining company, which the
department of justice is seeking to
dissolve under the Sherman anti-trust
law, has not show that a monopoly
exists, says the company in a state
ment Usued t stockholders. There
fore the company will fight.
Baltimore With the engineer un
conseloua from a fractured skull, the
New York & St. Louis express on
the Baltimore Sk Ohio railroad sped
120 L. zyJ
K A Pleasing Party Frock for a Young Girl.
For young girls, fabrics and designs
are chosen with the principal aim to
wards simplicity. Extreme styles, over
rich materials or old colors should have
no place in her wardrobe. The simpler
drapes and the double and triple tunic
with few trimmings are favored.
For the afternoon or dance frock,
crepe de Chine l.i youthful and the
printed silks or bordered crepes are
smart and becoming.
Number S163 is a simple, pretty frock
for a girl of sixteen; it has a peasant
blouse, a one-piece skirt with a one
piece slightly draped tunic A bordered
erepe la used in white with a border
design in bine. The guluipe Is made of
This dress may be copied
16 with '4 yards of SB-inch n".
In 8120 we have an extremely r
little tailored frock, it is itb7,
hard finish serge, ratine or one r
popular plaid materials. As lu8t5
old blue ratine was cleverly comwew
with a softly colored plaid.
t. ...... i A miA.iiMA skirt
double tunic and an effective o
with a vest, set in sleeves and
To make this frock in sixe 38
quires 4i yards of 36-inch materia
Number 8163 sixes 1 to 18- ,
Number 812 sizes 34 to 42.
All patterns 15 ceuu.
To obtain cither pttern illustrated nil
out this coupon am -cncloic IS cents tn
tampa or coin. B nira to state number
of pattern and eta, measuring- over the
fullest part of the buM. Address Pattern
Department, care of this paper.