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rrTTT nnrir TST.AXT ATlfiTTS. MOXDAY. FETiJlu ATI 23. 1014
M.M. -A.- - '
cms titZAiztu TU-.p.saNJ
Dear Mr. Thompson: 1 What
is. a Rood, harmless remedy for re
Loving the hair from your arms and
j (I Are large or small hats going
41 be worn thl summer?
2 13) What should a. Kir! rr to trie
boy when they have arrived at Iier j
Jome from an entertainment? If the'
firl had enjoyed his compaay. should t carpet Is brown, wall paper
ae say. "I have enjovej your com-'and dark oak woodwork. All
iMny. ttc. or la it tile bov s place? iiure is 01 m nnssiun .-.
i LIZZIE AMI JANE.
T There Is no harmless remedy
that will remove hair frcm the face
nd arms. You can bleach the hair j
o that !t wll! rot tliow by tais
' No. 1. Mix eiual parts of the
music and the hostess served a nice
lunch. The house was trimmed with
the George Washington decorations,
flag, hatchets, etc. Glea Moore In
behalf of the club presented Mr. Faw
cett with a seal ring.
(1) Win you please advise me
fthou; purchasing curtain material?
Cannot afford anything at all expen
tdve. Wan: something soft and very
plain. Would beige or dark tan be all
'right In color? Have even seen and
admired cream cheesecloth curtains.
Would these be too cheap In looks
sTroncesi aoiuiion oi Biumonia au.i au-)pr ,,, pain cream silkoline cur
solute alcohol. j tains be all right? Or scrim?
. Xo. 2 Get the strongest pot-r-ible Have Just finished ernbroider
iolution of peroxide. inf, a ijUie girl's pink linen dress in
Aftr washing thoroughly with hnt U,'e. What color belt should be I
water and soap, apply No. 1 persist- worn In the patent leathers? Also
ently .for five minute with a soft what color belt for a tan linen dress?
tr-rnsh: then, without d-yins. aip!y No. ' A FllIKXD.
t with another soft brush for five! !( -j-),,. cheesecloth curtains with
minutes. Then use any good coldj8n edge of lace or a ftenclltd edging
fream and rub well into the t.kin. This I would be Inexpensive and pretty.
K ill blearh the hairs, not remove Scijni would be pretty and would
them. It is also apt to dry the skin I hold lis "looks" better. A plain net
and make It yellow In time. H-t- curtain wiih a narrow edge of lace
tr leave the hair alone. I would be better for all purposes. I
i2) It is too early to tell, l'roh-J should say thar a dark ecru would be
by small hats for spring and large! a suitable color.
hats for summer. . I white or black belt would be
3 The boy usually tha.iks hVr for jpretty with the pink dress and a red
!.e pleasure of her company and shijbol'- with the tan.
i'.anks the boy for having given her
k p'easant time. ! J'enr Mrs. Thompson: Will you
Hear Mrs. Thompson: ! am a young
itirl seventeen years or age.
Ill I have been going with a fel
low threo years my senior for about
six month. lie says he loves me.
but I can't truly love him. How can
I tell him without hurting his feel
ings? 3 When out riding N It proper
for the fellow to put his anu across
the back of the seat?
j please tell me how to clean suede
shoes 7 A KCAUKK.
A good wall paper cleaner Is the
best thing I know of. After cleaning
the shoes take a bit of fine sand
paper and gently rub the suede with
thl.-?; it will raise the nap.
IVar Mrs. Thompson: Please tell
me something I can do for my eye
brows, which are very light and
scanty. Mother will not allow me to
i use a pencil on them. I have used
PROGRAM AT HIGH SCHOOL.
The high school orchestra has pre
pared the following program which
will be. given at the high school to
morrow evening. As In other years the
big concert given by the orchestra la
the spring will be held later and the
program tomorrow evening Is an extra
"War Songs of the Boys in Blue
' V-. a nl nf Riuii" flnrke
A. C. Stan'on. baritone.
"Through the Leaves," Serenade...
Miss Aline Martin, Violin.
"The Guardmount" Ellenburg
Miss Mary Morrison, violin; Miss
Besle Fteistat, cello; Miss Dorothy
"Tome to the Garden, Love ....Salter
Miss Margaret Maxwell, soprano.
Hondo Brilliant" Von Weber
Miss Bessie Baker, piano
'a) "Largo" Handel
(b) "A la Hongrolse" Schubert
Miss Aline Martin, violin: Miss
Andora Larrlson, violin; Miss Al
ma Bulilig. viola; Miss - Bessie
"ijextrt-LucIa di Lainmermcor' . . .
Miss Bessie Fteistat, cei:o.
"Alkahest" ; Holmes
Revised Constitution and By
laws Adopted at February
MRS. PWUMMER SPEAKER
Stat' Parliamentarian Assists In Pro
? (1) JuU tell 1:1m. my dear, tiiat vaseline steady for a year, with no
good results. I am twenty.
If your eyebrows are so light that
they do not show, an eyebrow pencil
suu care tor him on:y a.- a irieno.
)ind that you are too young, anyway.
rrt decide upon loving anybody the
w ay be Ishes
: 2 It ii't Ju.-t tie right thing. , f i,-. bs-t thing to use. If you are
Jto do. but it he just keeps his arm.carif not to make the brows look
Jn lite seat he Jn't doing any harm.
fllowever. a gentleman won't do it.
' Iear Mrs. Thompson: We have
Just moved into a new bungalow of
our own in the counry. Living room
loo black that would give you a
"oueer" look. Vaseline will make the
hair grow, but will not perceptibly
darken 1". The end of a burned
match, carefully manipulated, will
darken the brows somewhat.
; KOUGH-PETER SON.
Miss Kmma II. Peterson of Moliie-
and Ben J. Kough. ZZ1 Thirtieth sleet,
this city, at l' o'clcck at tlie home
of J. I). Metzgar, brother-in-law ot
'the bride. In Moline. The. Rev. P. C.
;I-add cf the First Congregational
Vhurch performed the ceremony In the
: presence of the immediate families.
iTbe bride wore a gown of sapphire
blue repe de chine and a corsage
; bouquet of pink and white sweet peas.
A wedding breakfast was served fol
lowing the ceremony after which tha
i brldal cc uple left for their honeymoon
; journey. They will return to be at
.borne to their friends after April 1 at
: 2.113 S'xta avenue. Moline. Boh brid-i
'and bridegroom are well known 'n the
t twin-cities In a large circle of friends.
' Mr. Kuugh Is assistant s.iperir.'euient
which ihey realised $40. All articles
rere disposed of and there was tail
SERVE INTERNATIONAL SUPPER.
The Laura Marquis circle of South
Perk Presbyterian church has arra
ed a unique supper which they will
serve Friday evening at the c'.iurch.
The affair will be known as an Inter
national supper and the young women
serving will appear In costume to rep
resent some country and at the var
ious booths which will be decorated
appropriately refreshments typical of
the country will be served. There will
be two American booths, at one of
willed the Goddess of Liberty will
serve Ice cream and cake and at- an
other th- American Indians will serve
wienies and sandwiches. At the
; French booth, rolls, coffee and pickles"!
: will be served, at the Irish booth,
TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY. j potato chips and potato salad; at the
Members of the Tuesday Embroid- IJupacene booth, tea and fancy cakes; at
th New England booth, baked beans
and brown bread, and at the Iceland
booth, candy and popcorn. The young
ladies hope In this way to raise enough
money to pay the remainder of their
pledge to the church building fund.
of the Deere A. Co. plain.
err club were entertained Saturday
afternoon by Mrs. S. rtcseberry, 1015
; Twenty-second street in celebration of
her birthday anniversary. The house
.' was decorated in cherry trees and
t hafhets and at tb table where covers
'er '.aid for 12 at tbe luucheon. the
-enterpiece was a cherry tree and at
i each place was a small hatchet. The
ladies spent the afternoon with their
noedlework and enjoyed a delightful
time. Mrs. Roseberry was le?t with a
number of very nice gif's.
SALE CLEARS $40.
: The ladle of Zloo Swedish Lutheran
'church conducted a home bakery sale
.'at tht PeopW Power company ofllce
?ln Moline Saturday afternoon from
WILL NOT GIVE OPERA STUDY.
The afternoon study of t"ie score of
the opera Lohengrin which Mis3 Kath
erlne Gest was to have given Wednes
day afternoon preparatory to the pre
sentation of the opera by the Canadian
National Grand Opera Co., will not be
given owing to the cancellation of the
opera which was to have been given
Thursday at the Illinois.
WILLING HELPERS MEET.
Miss Eva Alvine entertained the
Willing Helpers of the First Swedish
Lutheran church Saturday afternoon
at her home. Tho afternoon was
passed in a pleasant social way and a
lunch was served the company.
FAE KAE CLUB MEETING.
The members of the Fae Kae club
were the guests of Miss Faye Hanna,
1020 Twenty-second street. Saturday
afternoon at the fortnightly meeting.
The hostess had provided games for
the entertainment of the afternoon
and in the contests the prize was won
by Miss Neva Jenks. A lunca was
served during the afternoon. Miss
Nevu Jenks. 2217 Sixth avenue, will
be the hostess at the next meeting of
SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. .
The Busy Bee Sewing circle of the
Rehrkahs will have charge of the sale
of tickets at the Majestic theatre Tues'
day afternoon and evening and are now
lling tickets for both performances
The Royal Neighbors of South Rock
Island Oakleaf camp. No. 1495, will
give a card party Thursday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Frank Fitzpatrick
.Nint'.i street. South Rock Island. Cinch
will be played and the games will be
gin at 2:20 o'clock and tbe prizes will
be hand painted.
ELKS TO ENJOY
Excellent Speakers Secured to
Address the Seventh Annual
The seventh annual membership
bamiuet of Rock Island lodge No. SSn,
B. P. O. Elks, will be held this even
ing at the lodge rooms. Over 300 are
expected to attend and Captain W. A.
Rosenfleld will act as toastmaster for
the occasion. An elaborate menu has
Able speakers have been secured to
address the gathering and Include the
following: Hon. G. W. jScott, former
mayor, and Judge F. D. Letts, both of
Jjavenport; C. E. Dietz. Axel Kohler
finrl InHMW Oltuin rtf frhl!n unrl
PRESIDENT GIVEN FAREWELL. Btllil9 At.orney Kloyd E. Tbomp'Mn.
... i ini. .o..ue bochw. The colnmlttee ln charge have plan-
ir.uu Uu irieuus emenameu ce1 a jake ,he banqUet one of the
at a farewell surprise party In h
of Harry Fawcett Saturday evening at
tbe home of Mrs. Mararet Bauer, 1221
Thirteenth street, Moline. Mr. Faw
cett, who is president of the club,
leaves t'.iis week for Chicago where be
has taken a position with Carson.
Plrie Scott A Co. Tbe evening was
peut with games and Instrumental
organization, arid it Is hoped that the
full membership of the order will be
CLERGYMAN WANTS "TO PUT THOSE WHO
: NEED HELP ON THE RIGHT TRACK'
Writes Letter in the Hope of Helping' Sufferers From Colds as
He Was Helped.
The following letter from a New Bal
timore. N. T.. clergy man is of special
iBterwat. Rr. John Ernest Parker, "in
the bop of putting those who need
help, on the right track to get It," as
ho says, tells his experience: "For
Mreral winters I have used Father
John's Medicine when suffering from a
aver cold, and It ha aerer failed to
give the desired results. When living
where Father John' Is not procurable,
I hare tried other so-called remedies,
but relief did not come and we have
nt flnlt dlstane for this friend of
humanity which I an glad to testify
has never failed when put to the test.
This letter Is given without sollci'a
tlon. but with the hope that it may be
tbe means of putting someone who
needs the help 1 have received on the
right track to get It. I Signed I John
Ernest Parker, pastor, M. K. church.
New lialtlmore. N. V.
You should remember that neglected i
colds at this season of the year quick-1
ly lead to pneumonia and ial you can )
fortify ihe ayotein wlMi Father John':
Medlrir.e. and from I- eln !r. i.ti. . !
BABY'S FACE ONE
SORE WITH ECZEMA
Cried for Hours, Could Not Sleep.
Reslnol Brought Rest and Cure.
Reading. Pa. " Mr baby girl had eczema
far over six rsonths. It was painful and
itching, she eould not sleep day or night.
he would scratch till blood and water would
ran down her neck. Then it burned her so
he cried for hours at a time. The right
side of her face was one sore and scab.
' I got the samples of Resinol Soap and
Resinol Ointment on a Saturday morning.
and put them on, and put them on again in
tho afternoon and in the evening before I
put her to bed. and she went to sleep and
Miss Lillian H. Martin Moline slept till next morning. I thorght I was in
Rudolph Skoccosky Moline eTen the first night, and by Monday the
Miss Anna Bains Moline t"?,"1? w" driM UP " th" e'
w w. flcuiwi nMD ana uinunenc curra
my baby." Signed) Mm. Wm.U. Fletcher,
644 So. 17 St, Aug. 21, 1912.
If yeu or any of your little ones are suf
fering from enema, rash, tetter, ringworm,
or other itching, banting skin eruption,
there is only one better proof of the value
ofLeainoL That U. try ityouraelf andseet
You caa get samplm free by writing to
Dent- 18-M. Resinol. Baltimore. td. Resinol
tops lU-hing instantly. Prescribed by doe.
tors for 14 years, sold by every druggist.
Henry E. Fuller ..Moline
Miss Theresa Tubah Moline
Axel Peterslb Moline
Miss Esther Johnson Moline
C. M. Elmer Lundqulst Moline
The revision and adoption of a con
stitution occupied the major portion
of the afternoon at the meeting of the
Woman's club of Rock Island at the
February session held Saturday at Ma-
i sonic temple. The constitution ana
bylaws were taken up section by sec
tion, revised and adopted following
their reading' by the chairman of the
revision committee. Mrs. F. AY. Bahn
sen. Assisting In this part of the bug'
iness of the day was Mrs. George Y.
Plummer of Chicago, official parlia
mentarian of the Illinois Federation
of Women's Clabs, who gave advice
and susgestions helpful to the club
membership and who also spoke brief
ly on what constitutes parliamentary
At the regular, business session of
ths club three new members were ad
ded to the roll: Mesdames E. AY.
Schoede, Paul Preston and E. Y.
Hurst. A communication from Mrs.
Jessie Snafford, chairman of the en
dowment fund of the general federa
tion, asking that the club contribute
its share to this fund, resulted in the
club voting $25 towards this endow
ment. Mrs. Plummer Addresses Club.
Mrs. Plummer in her opening re
marks on the subject of constitution
complimented the club on the splendid
attendance at the meeting and adjed
that she rarely saw so large a number
present at the sessions of the Chicago
Woman's club which boasts a mem
bership of 1.200. She defined parlia
mentary procedure as the science of
Conducting deliberative assemblies
and has its origin in the English par
liament. In the conducting of these
bodies, she said, it Is best to do so
along certain lines which must be
drafted to suit the particular organ
ization. The present manner has been
the outgrowth of years of experience
and has assumed its present shape like
the growth of the coral, little by lit
tle being added from time to time.
The present manner of conducting bus
iness sessions seen' to be the most
just, saves the most time and is most
conrtpous to the members. There
must of necessity be a constitution
and bylaws, but it is a mistake to have
a great number or very "lengthy ones.
The incorporated body has cartain ob
ligations and responsibilities and cer
tain laws must be obeyed. The keep
ing of a name is insured by incorpora
tion, it has the privilege of being sued
or puling, but the unincorporated body
must have n constitution and bylaws
that are simple and firm. The object
of every organization should be abso
lutely fixed, there should be a certain
qualification of members, the details
of election, meetings, etc., should be
fixed and provisions made for amend
ments. The bylaws should contain
certain details of procedure, duties of
officers, bow departments are formed,
the number comprising a quorom, dues,
etc.. end standing rules should be such
that they are easy of amendment.
Amendments to Constitution.
The revision of the constitution was
then taken up and adopted. A num
ber of 'minor changes were nnade in
the constitution as printed in The Ar
gus last week, these amendments be
ing as follows:
Constitution. Article 3 the clause
relating to chairmen of departments
was made to read "The chairmen of
departments shall be nominated by
their respective departments and .
elected by the club at the annual
Article 4, qualifications for member
ship, was made to read "Any woman
residing ln Rock Island or vicln'ty la
eligible to membership. "
Article 5 was mads to read "In 1914
the annual meeting shnll be held the
third Saturday in April. Thereafter H
shall be held the third Saturday in
May at 2:30 p. m., in the city of Rock
In the bylaws. Article 1, duties of
officers, section 4, relating to the bond
of the treasurer was made to read
"Tho treasurer shall give bond ln
such sum as the executive board shall
direct, the. expenses of obtaining the
same being defrayed by the club, etc.
Article 2, departments, section 3. the
closing sentence was made to read
"Thereafter the chairmen shall be
nominated by. .the department and
elected by the club" at the. artnual
Article 3, membership, section 3, the
opening sentence was mad to read
"At the written request of ten irem
bers,. not members of the executive
board, a name may be dropped from
the membership roll by a two-thirds
vote of the executive board," etc.
Article 6 election of officers, two
sections were added. Section 2 to read
"Xominationi; for these offices shall
be made by a nominating committee
as provided for by article 7, section 2.
Section 3 to read "Any 25 members
may prepare a membership ticket and
file the same with the recording sec
retary not less than ten days before
the annual meeting, thereupon it shall
become the duty of the recording sec
retary to have such tickets printed
and published the. same in the local
Article 7, section 2, shall read "The
nominating committee shall place in
nomiitlon one available candidate for
each office," etc.
Article 9, amendments,', shall retd
"These bylaws may be amended at any
regular business meeting of the club
by a two-thirds vote provided notice
of such amendnrnt has been given in
writing at the preceding- meeting of
Article 30. parliamentary authority
reads as a raided. "Mrs. Sherman's
rules of order shall govern the meet
ings of the club in all matters not cov
ered by the constitution and bylaws."
Standing rules were amended to
read, "Xo member shall be permitted
to invite any resident of the tri-cities
or vicinity to the regular meetings of
the club except upon payment of $1."
The business session was inter
spersed with a piano number, "Sere
nade" by Rachmaninoff, played wry
nicely by Miss Florence Spaulding
and with two vocal Eumibers. "Dry
Those Tears'' by Del Riego and "One
Spring Morning" by Xevins sung beau
tifully by Mrs. B. J. Lachner with vio
lin obiigato by Mrs. V. L. Frykman
and with Miss Effis Johnson at the
FoITowing the business session, Mrs.
T. B. Davis, the club president, in
vited the members to remain and meet
Vs. Plummer and the members of the
executive board in an informal way.
During the reception a trio composed
of Miss Efiie Johnson, piano; Mrs. V.
L. Frykman, , violin, and Miss Hazel
Munger, cello, played a program of
selections. Delicious refreshments
were served, the serving table being
beautifully laid with a large lace cloth
with-silver vases of pink and white
rosebuds placed about the board.
The meeting was very largely at
tended' and proved one of the rriost
pleasant so far held by the club.
THINGS WORTH KNOWING.
A weak solution or turpentine pour
ed down the water pipes once a week
w ill drive the water bugs away.
Half a lemon dipped in salt is ex
cellent for cleaning copper articles.
Black and cotton goods should be
first soaked in a weak solution of
salt' water to prevent the black and
white from running. -
Use five- full tablespoonfuls of
olive oil to one quart of dry beans
to be baked. They are delicious , and
more easily digested than when pork
Is used. .-.-'
H AT THE Y.M.C.A.
Beef Melt three table
of butter in a frying-pan
in, It a - sliced onion five
Remove the onion, and
stir into the melted butter two table
spoonfuls of browned flour, mixed
with a tablespoonful of curry powder.
Cook until they bubble, then pour on
them a pint of beef stock. Stir until
thick. Season with salt and pepper,
and mix with It two cupfuls of cold
roast beef cut fine. Toss and stir until
the meat is warmed through. Pour the
meat and 3auce on a platter with a hol
low mold of, boiled rice.
Omelet Souffle-Beat (the yolks of
five eggs very light, adding, grad
ually, four tablespoonfuls of powder
ed sugar. In another dish whip the
whites very stiff. Blend the two and
pour into a buttered bake-disli and
bake quickly. Sift powdered sugar
on the top at the end of two min
utes, and very quickly, as the omlet
will fall if the oven stand open even
a few seconds. Serve at once in the
Cocoa nut aud .Citron Layer Cake
Rub together three-quarters of a
cupful of butter and a cupral trrf ,
nan or powuereu sugar. When (j
mixture is like a soft cream,
six eggs, beaten light, a cupftH
water, ana inree cupruls of
sifted twice with a heaping
spoonful of baking-powder, if
batter should be too thin,
little more flour. Pour into tir
groased ' layer-cake tins and fc,
Whip a pint of cream stiff wftj,
generous half-cupful of ' powda
sugar. Have ready a fresh cocoa--.
grated. Beat this into the hf
cream. When the cake is cold, gpr
each layer with this mixture, 'gj
sprinkle with minced ciircs. Ol ta
top layer heap the coacoannt cna
ana aoi u wuu mis oi green eitrsi
Tills cake must be eaten within ifc,
hours after it is made.
Iemon Cookies Cream two eopfsj
of granulated sugar and one capful
butter. Add three beaten eggi m
flavor with lemon juice. Sift in6 (J.
mixture enough flour to make ft,
dough stiff enough to handle, roll tfcti,
cut out and bake.
Eggless Cookies Cream one caffs
of butter and add one cupful of s
milk, one teaspoonful of vanilla, ui
one teaspoonful of soda dissolved a
a little warm water. Use flour enoup
to make a stiff dough. Roll thin, cat,
small cakes and bake.
Caraway Cookies Rub one-half eoj.
ful of butter to a cream with dm
cupful of powdered sugar,' and wha
light beat in the yolks of three nra.
Beat the whites stiff and add thes
alternately with two cupfuls of Hoar.
Stir in one teaspoonful of caracq
sed and enough more flour to eaai
you to roll it very thin. Cut tos
rounds and bake quickly.
The Argus Daily Pattern
MAYNARD BEAL IS
GETTING ALONG WELL
Maynard Reals, 14-year-old lad. who
was seriously Injured In a roasting ac
cident Friday afternoon. Is doing as
well as could be expected, at St. An
thony's hospital, according to the phy
sician in attendance. The case Is of
such a nature that it will be several
days before the danger period Is
One of the best boys meetings of
the season was that held yesterday
afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. in charge
of the boy scouts. Th program was
successfully carried out as announced,
and proved to be of absorbing interest
to the large number cf boys w-jo were
present. Some very able talks were
given by the boys, and skilful demon
strations of scouting activities were
put on by representatives of the var
Tonight at 7:45 the Silver Fox pa
trol of boy scouts will give the third
number of the boys' entertainment
course at the Y. M. C. A. They are to
offer a most amusing farce entitled
"The l-qye of Lorenzo," whic'.t is cer
tain to make a hit.
This entertainment course is prov
ing to be a vc-ry popular thing wltii
the toys and their friends, and from
present appearances, the -new game
table is so much needed will soon be
ordered and available for . play as a
result of tlie funds coming in on the
Athletic interest at the Y. M. C. A.
this week centers arbund the games
in the Sunday school league to be
placed next Saturday. In the after
noon the junior division of the league
will play, and the games at that time
porbably settle the ownership of the
pennant for this year. -
In the evening the men will play,
but it will not be possible to determine
the final winners at that time, as there
will be some ties to play off at a later
date. The struggle for first place
seems to be between the First Meth
odist, the Swedish Lutheran and
Brcadway Presbyterian, while there
will be another tie for third place.
On Saturday nlgbt the hardest game
will probably be the First Methodist
vs. Swedish Lutheran, and on the re
sult of this game the final victory
will largely depend.
All the dopesters are at sea and It
Is hard to get anyone to venture any
predictions on the subject. One thing
Is certain and that is that there will
be some lively playing done before the
contests are over. Tbe tie games will
probably be played off some -evening
Lace and Chiffon Lend Themselves Weil to the Modish Frills and Flounce
The deep flounces so much worn a
few seasons back have returned to take
a strong hold upon the fancy, and many
of the new skirts show flounce upon
'floum-e from the hips to the feet.
The cotton ' voiles and crepes, soft
taffetas, crepona and other novelty
fabrics are well suited to these flounces.
Shadow lace and chiffon are used on
more dressy frocks, and no doubt later
ln the season entire frocks of lace,
flounced in this way. will be popular.
In No. l235 Is Fhown a most attrac
tive coat blouse with a shawl collar,
short peplum and wide girdle.
It la developed In taffetas. Main and
figured: the skirt In of plain dull green
and the blouse is figured in self color.
For size 36 this costume requires
yards of 36 inch material.
Taffetas ranges in price from about
(1.25 up. s.
Figured silk crepon and chiffon w
to advantage in No. 81S1. There
three straight gathered ruffles of ir
fon and a pointed tunic of the rr
The dress is completed by a gl ner
This dress requires for si 4
yards of 36 Inch material.
Crepon may be purchased from t
75 cents a yard and up.
No. 8135 sizes 34 to 42.
No. 8181 sizes 34 to 42.
Each pattern J5 cents.
To obtain either pattern illustrated fi!l
out this coupon and enclose 15 cvnts in
tamps or coin. lie sure to tat number
of pattern and size, mean-ring over the
fullest part of the bust. Address Pattern
Department, care of this rarer.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take LaxsMvd Ilroino Quinine Tab.
gain sirf ngth to lets. I'rui:itt refund .nnncv If If
ward off disease. Fre. frra dane-r-1 to euro. K. W. drove's slsnature U o -ous
stimulajits. (Adv.- J each box. ,5c. (Adv.)
Delivery to any part of the eit
SCale Tons, $3.75
Two Tons $3.50 Ton.
Telephone R. I. 2925.
Vnlted States Postofflcf, Rock Is
land. 111.. Feb. 2.1, 1914. Advertised
list N'o. R: Mabel Baker, Frank Ba-
blch. Guss Beck, Patrick nrogan. Miss
Ada Freed, Miss Nellie Foster, Andrew
Criffln, Miss Minnie Hatfl?ld, Yeone
Hayes, Willie Horns. Hilary Knoth,
Bert Klemo.'.T. E. Kelley, Miss Ethel
Logan, Miss Doner E. Lane, Charles
Lewwill. Oryal Lounger, William A.
Lorents, Mrs. Ruth Morton. Mrs. Jake
Myers. F. B. Monnvllle, Jaraes Mc
Quaid, Mrs. C. L. Peterson. Mrs. Julia
Peterson. Mrs. A. S. Pauley, Mls8 Es
ther Person. John Peterson. Fdwtir
Pern-, Mrs. Martin Samuelson, Walter
Schafer, R. c. Scott. Hpsolite Sando
val. Emanuel Stander (2), J. H.Stone,
Mrs. G. T. Vermillion. Vogt Bros.. Miss
Irene Wade. Mrs. E. A. Weeks. Miss
Flo Westeen, XR. Woodward
hi'gh a. j. Mcdonald.
LOCAL HOUSES OBSERVE
Heln Conch. Mrs. F. C. Calhw. Mae ! ... Tv n, .IV' .. V
Philip H. Hay. Philip Henry Cloy. T. lee.i bnii.w ah .. ..
jS. C.mbl. Charles Craig. C. J. Cra... court and the Z
I Mrs. Bessie Duff, Ed Donovan. Mrs. J closed today. .
AND DEVELOPS AT
cheeks and lips become pal.
I he hod is larfraid and colds are
J easily contracted it nndermutw
1 the very source of health d
must have immediate treatmen. ,
Drugs or alcoholic mixtof
cannot make blood. Nooi-tohmeM
is necessary and Scott' Emabm
is alw ays the physicians' faTonto
its concentrated medical nours
ment charges the blood
fox, the faiHBe0
tissues and carries foodraloeta
every tiay nerve and nbre in
natural, easy way.
Take Scolt's Emulsion to
enrich your blood but hca
U the alcoholic substitutes.