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THE ROCK ISLAND AltGUS, THURSDAY. JUNE 4, 1914.
MRS. LINOORFF'S PUPILS IN RE-1 SInding Rustle of Spring
CITAL. Geraldine Hepburn
The f.rrt Of a erl? of pupils" reel- Rossini Andante from Aria,
tals i held List rvfnln; at the home ' Rlcct Romania Mrs. Baumbacb
of their teacher. Mr. Murrel Rose Lin
dorff. 919 Twentieth CM-t. Parents
and friends of the rupils were present
to enjoy the program which u excel
lently presented. The second of the
eerie will be held this evening. The
program of last evening waa as rol
Duet. The Haymakers Zimmerman
Paul and Florence Trenkenschuh.
Th Fairies Howe
f Mildred FelJke
Qaeen of Drowy Iand
Joy and Sunshine Zeller
King's Jester Engleman
Gypsy Serenade Eckhardt
V Ruth Kara.
Dance of the Frowsy Heads
Royal Trumpeters Brown
Golden Shower Bohm
Scran ds of Sprlnetime Wenzel
j Irene Hammerick.
Vlolia, Oberon -
Miss Elizabeth Cbaney.
Talae Caprice Dnimhener
Spring Whispers Watson
Duet. Postillion d'Amoar Bchr
Edith Fricke and Lora Mogler.
Sua Showers Atherton
Jack CLantern Morrison
Humoresjn - Dvorak
Joyous Peasant (trans.) Hartl
Medley from tbe Classius Mero
Sextette from Lucia (trans.) Mori
Heller Two Studies
Paderewskl Melody.. Mamie Whiltick
Leschetixsky Two Larks
HildacU The Passage Birds Fare
well Minnie Augusta Lull
Gurlitt Fantasie (two pianos)
Alice Blsant Jessie Strombeck
MISS WOOD IN PIANO RECITAL.
Miss Bernice Wood will appear In
.Ducelle1 Pano recital at the Fifteenth avenue
C hristian churcn rnaay eenm, wuuo
5. when she will present the following
Fasehingshwank (Schuman) Ber
Reading. The Unexpected Gue?t
Chromatic Valse (Leschitszky) :
Barcarolle (Erlich); Japonlse Etude
(Poldrnl) Bernice Wood.
Duet. Roses de Boheme (H. Kowal
ski) Jessie Fries and Berr.ce Wood.
By the Brookside (Tours): Humor
eske (Dvorak) Etude in A Flat (Wol
lenbaupt) Bernice Wood.
Quartet. Selection Fred Robb, Ru
ben Carlson. Emll Cushman, Fal
Hungarian Dance (Brahms) Ber
served before the close of tbe after
noon. The society will meet July 1
with Mrs. O. P. Olson, 1007 Forty
fourth street, and ahe will be assisted
by Mrs. Elmer Olson and Mrs. Hulda
DEPARTMENT HAS JUNE BREAK
FAST. Twelve members of the study de-
....... .h- Wmmn'm slnK nf Rrwtr
r.T"U "... .k." ir",.. .h KRAHL-BASTIAN
1 T. . , V, i J i r f.? flr7 Yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock at
went to Long V iew park for the first I ' T
. Z . . . ; the Immanuel's German Lutheran
annual June breakfast. The affair was , , ,
. . ,., . . -f church took place the marriage of Miss
arranged by a committee composed of . . .
attired in white satin and she wore the
full length veil and carried a shower
bouquet of bride's roses. Miss Ethel
Wallace attended the bride as maid of
honor and her brother. Reuben Carl
son, was the groom's best man. The
maid of honor wore a pretty gown of
pink brocaded silk and she carried
pink roees. After the ceremony a wed
ding supper was served at Ihe home
of the bride's sister, Mrs. N. A. Beck-
strom. 1428 Twenty-third street, where
20 guests were entertained. The house
was decorated in pink and white car
ried out with roses. Mr. Liedtke is
employed in this city as a cement
finisher and the new home will be in
MISS OLIVER'S PUPILS IN PRO
GRAMS. The piano and voice pupil. of Mies
Mary Lindsay-Oliver will appear in
two general and two rpeclal recitals
at her studio. 15C5 Fifth avenue. Mo
line The first of the recitals will be
given this evening, the second Friday
evening, the third Monday evening
and the last Tuesday evening at 8:15.
The program that will be presented
this evening is:
Gurlitt Study Harry Lovejoy
Gurlitt Study Alvin Matthes
Burgmuller Study Evelyn Petersen
ENDOWMENT FUND SOCIETY.
The June meeting of the Endowment
Fund society of Augustana college
was held yesterday afternoon, Mrs. O.
W. Johnson and Mrs. G. K Peterson
acting as the hostesses and entertain
ing at the home of the former, 1440
Twelfth street. Moline. A large repre
sentation of the membership and In
vited guests were present and spent a
very enjoyable afternoon. The Ques
tion of changing the purpose of the en
dowment fhnd already collected was
taken up and created considerable dis
cussion. The society Is considering
the transferring of the fund from the
endowment of the president's chair to
that of a department of domestic sci-!
ence and a lady dean at the school, and
a committee apjointed at a previous
meeting to advise with tbe school
board was continued and .asked to re
port when the matter has been thor
oughly investigated and considered.
At the opening of the afternoon a
memorial service was held la mem
ory of Mrs. C. A. Blomgren. whose
death occurred recently and who was
an active and interested member of
the society. Mrs. Gustav Andreen.
, ,1-tiph oi .-uws ,he president, spoke of her work and
BurrnroUer Ballade ............... lnBljence ln tne an(j of the los8
.-,;-V:-;Vv! .wT' tbat had been sustained through her
Mendelssohn Song Without Words I
Mi.ss Iva Pearce read
i poems, Home," and "Crossing
Tt . ' .1 , f . . I I . I
Heller Study Rosaline I.amb!',' xja,r",u ,rrju
Old English Drink to Me Only With j reJ ,b- I)r" B'omgw-n to a letter of
Thine Eyes Leonard Tew condolence sent to the family, ln which
Heller Tarantella. . .Chauncev Kinsey j he ,hat -Mr- Womgren's name
nnhenstef.T Lonelnr. . .Mrs. Anderson r,r,"aln va lue society rou as a memo-
Don erzerti-Krug Sextet from Lucia rial to her- The program was In
Minnie Stuhr i cnarge or yiisa Jva narce, and she
Gounod O Divine Redeemer presented two of her pupils. Miss
Coves Snowflakes MJnnie Lutt Eleanore Magnusscn and Miss Gladys
Beethoven Andante from Sonata op. Dunleavy. who gave readings singly
2S I and together. Refreshments wer
Miss Rosabella Stewart. Mrs. C. C. Car
ter and Mrs. C. A. Hoge and proved a
delightful party. Mr. Gaetjer. the park
superintendent, was on hand early with
an enormous bouquet of beautiful
peonies which he presented to the
ladies aa a table centerpiece. After
the serving of a very appetizing break
fast tbe ladies enjoyed several hours
studying the birds and enjoying the
beautiful morning. The guests pres
ent were Mesdames C. C. Carter. C. H
Castetter. Edward Brien, C. A. Hoge,
An'na D. Hanna, Joseph Goldsmith, S.
R. Ranson, Miss Ranson, Mrs. C. E.
Sharpe. Miss Rosabella Stewart. Mrs.
S. C. Taylor and Mrs. C. L. Thompson
ENTERTAINS FOR MRS. COHNAN.
Mrs. D. C. Strecker at her beautiful
new home, 1225 Eighteenth avenue,
was hostess yesterday to the members
cf the Anniversary club at a party ln
honor of her mother, Mrs. C. Cohnan
of Washington. D. C. Mrs. Strecker
had trimmed her house attractively
with bouquets of peonies and other
garden flowers and It was cool and in
vltlng. The ladles busied themselves
w ith their fancy work and visited while
they worked. Late In the afternoon a
three course luncheon waa served In
the diulng room. The table held two
large bouquets of peonies and the place
cards were done in roses. The club was
invited to meet next time with Mrs.
Frank Patterson, the time of meeting,
however, being undecided.
ENTERTAIN AT RECITAL.
Three of the piano pupils of Miss Ag
nes Pillsbury of Chicago, Misses Flor
ence Spaulding, Esther Fryxell and
Johnson, entertained at an Impromptu
recital last evening at the home of
Miss Effle Johnson. 4231 Sixth avenue,
a small company of friends, being In
vited to spend the evening. They gave
an informal program which proved
very entertaining and at the close Miss
Pillsbury gave a group of selections
which was a real treat. The pupif3j.
under Miss P411sbury's direction show
ed good technic and musicianship and
played without notes selection after
selection aa called for by their teacher
Amelia K. Ilastlan, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Henry Bastlan, residing one
half mile north of Taylor Ridge and,
Anton Krahl of this city. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. Ph. Wil
helm, the pastor, and was witnessed by
a company of relatives anl friends.
Miss Clara Tanner of near Milan and
Treman Kastian, brother of the bride,
attended the bridal couple. The bride
wore a gown of white crepe de chien
and she carried bride's roses. Her at
tendant was dressed in blue silk and
carried flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Krahl
will reside in this city where Mr. Krahl
is in the shoe business, being located
on Seventeenth street.
Miss Anna Lee Hite of Owensboro,
Ky., and Carl H. Ssidel, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. II. Seidel, 1402 Seventh
avenue, were united in marriage last
evening at S o'clock at the German
Evangelical church, the double ring
ceremony being performed by Rev. F.
J. Rolf, the pastor. A company of
friends and relatives gathered at the
church to witness the ceremony. The
a nretty gown of white net over voile
and she carried bride's roses, her at
tendant was dressed in a white em
broidered gown and carried pink roses.
Following the ceremony the company
w ent to the home of the groom s par
ents w here a wedding reception was ten
dered. The house was simply decorat
ed with roses and ferns and a wedding
lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Seidel
will reside for the time being with the
groom's parents. Mr. Seidel is employ
ed at the Rock Island Wood Works as
a bench worker. His bride until re
cently was employed at the Parker
Miss Zephie Hlldur Eudoxia Bersell.
MTZS Lit ZAilTW TU5QS4
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) What
is an inexpensive lotion to keep the
hands soft and white?
tv irmt ran a. voile dress be
(3) I have often seen advertisements
To remove freckles you rous
also remove the skin. Most of the
strong freck'e remedies are harmful to
the skin. Use plain lemon juice, It
your skin will stand It, for bad freck
les. Buttermilk applied every night
and left on till morning will keep away,
s Lydia Bersell attended her ment8 were just lures to get the
lid of honor. and P. T.Blount pie's money. Is this true? Would
DOROTHY DALE, IN PAJAMAS, SMOKED
WITH MAN, SAYS HUSBAND'S WITNESS
I I:, 5 - .-rst W. 'II I
PARTY TO HONOR VISITORS.
Mesdames H. H. Waxenberg and A.
Waxenberg of Davenport entertained
at a party at Fejervary. park Inn yes
terday afternoon to honor Mrs. Clara
Waxenberg of Omaha. Neb., and Mrs.
Charles Walter of Nashville, Tenn.
During the afternoon four tables of
whist were played, favors In the games
going to Mrs. R. Tenenbon of Daven
port, Mrs. J. J. Taxman of this city,
with pretty gifts for the guests of
honor. At 6 o'clock a five course din
ner waa served, the table being
trimmed with roses and ferns.
HOSTESS WEDNESDAY 500 CLUB.
The Wednesday 500 club was enter
tained yesterday afternoon by Mrs.
Elizabeth Hough at her home on
Twenty-third street and Sixth avenue.
In the games of 500 first prize went to
Mrs. Mitchell, who acted as A substi
tute, the second to Mrs. E. J. Proper
and the consolation to Mrs. S. G. Ab
bott. A lunch was served at the con-
journed to meet with Mrs. Charles Zu-
each of ground cinnamon, nutmeg and ber in Davenport In two weeks.
THINGS WORTH KNOWING. butter and beat into this five whipped
To keep lemons, wrap each one sep- eggs. Now add half a teaspoonful
. , , . . f Bill Ul KJVUUU LlllUlllllUU. UUUJCb
axately in tissue or soft paper and i . , ' , I
' i . aiiace, stir in a cuprul of flour.- Last
nlirs thpm In a stone 1ar In a MCI. L. ... .j, .L. . . .
' ui ail auu uie jruu, luru iiiiu a K'nu
dry room. They should be l.ed over iCake tin and bake steadily, not fast,
about once a week and take out any! until done. This will probably take an
that show decay, but w--t of them hour and a half.
daughter of Mrs. Uma B.' Bersell, 9G0 In Wl'Z7!:Zill ;JZ
Thirty-eighth street, and John waiter a ceriam sum ui " V
J-r- r,it in mar- $20 to $30 they will send you lessons
tillage: KJL uuimo v - w , xj -f,..
riage last evening at the home of the concerning ''Ideas for Moving Picture
bride's mother; a company of 75 rela- Plays." These lessons are said to tell
tlves and close friends being me an mo iuudi " -
guests of the evening. The service was a person to write Ideas on paper. In
. .! a h th hride-s other eood magazines 1 have een
k i, t niof Rorseii of the these statements contradicted and it
I ..... . , , ...Dft ; UI1U 1U UU nil UiUi mug
First Lutheran church of Ottumwa. also was sua uaC ..LIZZZ freckles to a great extent. Wear a
wide-brimmed hat when you go out.
doors. A green parasol will help, also,
and a green veil.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) We are
two young girls, one 24, the other 14.
How shall we have our evening dresses
(2) Will you please give some sug
gestions for a lawn party?
BLONDE AND BRUNETTE.
(1) Most of the evening dresses are
rather sloppy looking Just now. They
are mostly of loosely hanging draper
ies, with a great deal of lace and net.
Taffeta Is used a great deal now for
both evening and day dresses. Would
advise you to consult a fashion book '
(2) Make it a Japanese affair. This
is always enjoyed. Have little tab'.M
about the lawn, for refreshments, and
dress the girls who wait on table in
Japanese costume. Have Japanese
lmterns hung among the trees and dis
tribute little Japanese fans, or para
so's, as favors, among your guests.
Dear Mrs. .Thompson: Kindly tell
me how to remove grease spots from
a white coat, besides using gasoline?
I believe that warm water and a
good white soap will be about as good
as anything. Take a nail brush, scrub
tbe spot gently, then rinse with a cleaa
cloth dipped in clear warm water.
This will not work with axle grease
or vaseline, however. For axle grease,
first rub lard into it, then wash as
above. If vaseline, soak in turpentine
when fresh, then wash.
sister as ma
nf vniino wan ihn irriinm'i heat man. I advise me to try it?
At the hour of the wedding ceremony (4) My hair is Inclined to be faded
th hrMo'a Biat.r Mrs. Albert S. Ham- What Is a good remedy for this?
ilton of Winona. 111., at the piano, play- (5) What wl.l remove freckles from
ri the, rtudiev Ruck weddlnz march as the face?
the bridal party entered the ceremony IGNORAMUS.
room. During the ceremony miss m Hand Lotion steep one laotvr
Helea Granere played on the violin SI oon flaxseed In one-half pint boll-
Schubert's "Serenade, 'and after the ng water. When well steeped it is a
ceremony Miss Lydia Bersell sang 80rt of thin glue. Pour this Into a
"Love'e Coronation," by Florence Ayl- bowl (it makes a cupful), add one cup
ward, with violin obligato by Miss Gra- witch hazel, one cup bayrum, 10 cents
nere. The .service was periormea in worth of glycerine and o cents worm
the living room, where was erected a cf benzoin. Shake we';l and bottle. Ap-
bower of pink and white roses, smiiax pjv a very little of this each time af-
and peonies. About the rooms were iter having the hands In water, ana
placed many bouquets of the pink and when you' go to bed.
white blossoms and oak leaves further (2) Cotton voile can tie washed with
decorated the rooms of the home. The warm water and a good white soap.
bride was gowned in white satin, veil- Don't rub it on the board just squeeze
bride was attended by Miss Ellen i ed with chiffon, made in round length and gouse it. Don't wring dry squeeze
StromquUt and the groom's best man and trimmed ln pearl ornaments and I water out between hands and hang up
was Edward Bolirens. The bride wore silk cord. She wore the tulle veil to dry.
(3) These concerns may give you
some stock moving picture ideas, but
that does not insure their acceptanct
by the moving picture companies. It
you think you have a good idea for a
moving picture play, send it on to
them to give you what it is worth, if it
is worth anything at all to them,
(4) Brush it a great deal,- night and
morning. Rub a tiny bit of castor oil
or vaseline into the scalp every three
or four weeks. Let it hang loose as
much as possible and do not go into
the sun without a hat or parasol. With
good care your hair will look glossy
anj "alive" ln a short time. Keep your
general health good If you want your
hair to look well.
St. Louis, Mo., June 4. Richard
Jackson Howard, young St. Iouis mil-
clusion of the games and the club ad-! lionaire who married Dorothy Dale, an
actress, in New York last December,
and then left her to take up his abode
will keep in a perfect o'.at2 of preser
vation for week and riionttit.
When boiling cabbage put ln a pinch
of borax; It will digest better.
If your flat lronj are rou?h. clean
thein with fine salt
Fruit Cake Seed and chop a quar-
Spice Cookies Cream one cupful of
butter with two of sugar, and add
three eggs. Mix together a teaspoon
ful of allspice, cinnamon and nutmeg,
and fitir these into the batter. Add
if rusted clean! enough flour to make a good dough
roll out and bake.
Anise Cakes Cream a half pound
of butter with a half pound of sugar,,
add three well-beaten eggs and enough
ter of a pound of raisins; tem and!"0"1" to make a stiff dough, adding to
wash a quarter of a pound of currants,
and mine three tablaspoo&ful of
citron. Mix all this fruit together and
rub and thoroughly dredge with flour.
Rub to a cream a genorous cupful of
powdered sugar and a half cupful of
nay be denied woman
by nat are, but the de
ial need not be final.
At bar acrvlce la
It strengthen (he hair keep
the acaJp clean and healthy
restore nat oral color (o rey
or faded fcair. la not a due.
IrjlU Your dealer will refund
your money if muatiafactory.
MW SI . fitlTidifelOe
itm.mmm. hmm I W U. krt, 1 1
,JIiimii l . i v mm mm
the flour an ounce of anlue seed. Roll
into a thlu sheet, cut Into shapes with
a cutter and bake.
Tomatoes and Cheese Cut the stem
eud from large tomatoes and with a
small spoon scoop out the insides. To
two tablespoonfuls of the tomato pulp
add a teaspoonful of bread crumbs and
the same quantity of cheese crumbled
into bits. Season to tate and return
this mixture to the tomatoes. Replace
the stem ends and bake the tomatoes
for twenty minutes in a roasting pan.
Transfer to a hot platter and serve.
Cherry Salad Stone a pint of large
cherries, being careful not to bruise
the fruit. Place a hazel nut In each
cherry to preserve the form. Chill
thoroughly, arrange in a salad dish on
lettuce leaves and pour over all a
cream mayonnaise dressing. j
Mousse Marron One quart of va
nilla ice cream, one-half cup of sugar.
one-quarter cup of water, whites of
two eggs, one teaspoonful of granulat
ed gelatine, one and one-half cups of
prepared French chestnuts, one pint of
cream, one-half tablespoonful of va
nilla Cook the eugar and the water
for five minutes, pour on to the beaten
whites of the eggs, dissolve the gela
tine in one and one-half tablespoonfuls
of boiling water and add to the first
mixture. Set in a pan of ice water and
stir until cold, add the chestnuts and
fold in the whip from the cream and
add the vanilla. Line a mould with
ce cream and fill with this mixture.
Cover, park in salt and Ice and let
COVENANT SEWING CLASS.
The Covenant Sewing class of the
First Methodist church held a meet
ing yesterday afternoon with Miss Bes
sie Noftsker, 836 Twentieth street. The
ladies spent the afternoon sewing and
chatting and the hostess served a re
freshing lunch. -
OAK HILL SOCIAL CLUB.
Mrs. E. J. Skallburg at her home,
1609 Twenty-eighth street, waa the
hostess yesterday afternoon at the reg
ular meeting of the Oak Hill Social
club. The members passed a very de
lightful afternoon with tneir sewing
and visiting and the hostess served a
refreshing lunch at the afternoon's
close. The club will hold a picnic to
take the place of the next meeting in
three weeks, arrangements and place
of holding which will be decided in
WILL BANQUET CHOIR.
The official board of Broadway Pres
byterian church will be hosts at
banquet to the church choir this even
ing. Dinner will be served at 6 o'clock
at the Watch Tower Inn.
PHI DELTA PSI PICNIC.
Phi Delta Psl members were guests
of Miss Clara Math Tuesday and after
gathering at her home in this city they
adjourned to Long View park and she
served a delicious picnic supper. As
they sewed on their fancy work plans
were made for a picnic to be held at
the Watch Tower Monday, June 15. All
wiil attend the Lockhart-Skarstedt
wedding Saturday, Miss Bessie Lock-
hart, the bride-to-be being a member
of the club.
under the parental. roof, has filed depo
sitions in Judge Taylor's court in sup
port of a petition for a divorce.
There are 19 depositions. They were
formed into cap effect and held at the
hair with a wreath of orange blos
soms and b mi lax. She carried a show
er bouquet of lilies of the valley and
bride's roses. The maid of honor wore
a gown of pink satin veiled In pink
chiffon and she carried an arm bou
quet of pink Killarney roses. A wed
ding 6upper was served at the conclu
sion of the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace left last night for a wedding
trip to Chicago and other points. The
bride wore a traveling suit of tan with
a blouse of yellow crepe de chine.
After Oct. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace will
reside in Moline, spending the summer
at Shantyluck cottage on Campbell's
island. The out of town guests at the
wedding were R. A. Wallace of Los
Angeles, P.No. Bersell of Ottumwa, T.
A. Bersell of Gary, Tnd., Mrs. A S.
Hamilton of Winona, and Arthur Swan
son of Rockford.
The bride attended -he local high
school andAugustana college and later
took a course in training at the Wash
ington Park Training School for Nurs
es ln Chicago. Mr. Wallace Is con-
was on ? visit to New York early in nected with the Davenport Times as
t'eoruary, ana saw Dorothy Dale How- manager of the Moline office, where
ard in a chop house smokine ciearets ne nas been for the past three years
and drinking something which he took flori?I.tbatt,me W3S manager of
tv, f - tnuci vuvniaita vr cvtcuiau puutu TeX&S
or both. '
In suing for divorce, Howard ap- TO HONOR TWO BRIDES ELECT.
pca.B iV ,.ave come arouna to tne Miss . im TQr-i,i ,- v.
i- X- -,.,. j .... . - - ..... . . - .. - " ".v uuuio
.u auu remie 10 wie ."i oi view aaoptea Dy nis family 9i6 Twenty-first street entertained
x'irBeu couuuci ot .Mrs. Mowaru in wueu uis marriage was announced. th momhorc r ti.. t.i .i.
"c """i s motner gave a cnuiy ery club yesterday afternoon as a fare
reception to the young woman when well to two brides-elect, Miss Florence
her husband brought her to St Louis. Johnson and Cora Benson. The after
It was declared that if young Mrs. noon passed quickly and delightfully
Howard had married with the notion with fancy work and chatting and in
that her husband was rich, she had (the late afernoon a five course dinner
j bland three Lours.
The marriage of Miss Anna Carlton,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Carlson
of Moline. and Fred Liedtke, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Liedtke of this
city, was celebrated yesterday after
noon at 3 o'clock at the parsonage of
the Second Congregational church, Mo
line, Rev. R. S. Haney, the pastor, of
ficiating at the service. The bride was.
the New York theatrical district. Mi
chael D'Asaro, a photographer, former
ly a telephone operator and a hall boy
at an apartment house In West Sixty
fifth street, deposed that Mrs. Howard
had an apartment in the house be
tween Feb. 8 and March 29 of this
year and frequently received visits
from a man. D'Asaro asserts that
Mrs. Howard wore a transparent ki
mono when she received her calleis.
Four or five times. D'Asaro eays. he
saw the caller in Mrs. Howard's apart
ment wearing pajamas.
Albert A. Boner testified that he
TIZ" FOR ACHING,
SORE, TIRED FEET
.nmuu .uuore in a
were set free
Good-bye sore feet, burning ft. nM.
len feet, sweaty feet, smelling feet, tiredX" vaudeville. She
Good-bye corns, callouses, bunions and
raw spot a. No
more shoe tight
ness, no more limp
ing with pain or
drawing up your
face iu agony.
"TIZ" i, magical.
acts right off.
"TIZ" draws out
all the poiapnous
jutf up the feet.
re "TIZ" and for
get your fioti
misery. Ah! how romfortaMe Tour feet
feel. Get a 23 cent lo of "TIZ" now mt
uy druggist or department store. Don't
suffer. Have f;aod feet, glad feet, feet
that never swell, never hurt, never ret
tired. A year's foot comfort guaranteed
or money reiunded.
Harper House rharmacy. (Adv.)
another guess coming to her. as How
ard had squandered his fortune and
must depend upon his own exertions
There was no place for him in the
ancestral brickyard, where his grand
father laid the foundation of the fam
ily fortune, and here -he was free to
work as a common laborer at 12 iav
To any part of this income, it was an
nounced. Mrs. Dorothy Dale Howard
was welcome. But that was the limit
Dorothy Dale is 22 years old and the
siepaaughter of the late Delia Fox
uu uiea aooui two years ago. Delia
rux married "Diamond Jack" Levy, a
dealer in gems, in 1900. Dorothy Dale
was his daughter by a previous mar-
Dorothy Dale made some reputation
auuevme. She was a familinr flo..
nr In ,v . ... ... &
. w. mum lire or the theatrical
district before she met Howard. Last
whom gave the name Dorothy Dale
I vl!r;a.I5.nei.,a the We Side court
... . Jtt. Uj. on a tnarge of
ing about $2,000 from a man n.m
a man named
hop Joint." They
lhe marriage with Howard took
Place two nionThs later ft,
-. .ucri.ug 111 I Jjndnn Tl
ooth naFsc-neers r ,k , .
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turning to the United States. Howard
became involved in some difficulty in
lost n" Oke1r0om' e a!d he had
lost heavily at cards and had given
checks for part of his losses. Miss
Halo gave him worldly-wise counsel
and he stopped the checks when he
came ashore. The marriafie followed. ,
was served. The table was invitlne
with Its decorations of roses and gar
den flowers. Each of the guests of
honor was presented with a table pla
teau as a gift of remembrance. ,
PLAN FOR BANQUET.
At the meeting of the Youffg Peo
ple's society of Immanuel's German
Lutheran church held Tuesday even
ing at the club room, plans were made
for a banquet to be given in the church
basement June 16 at 8 o'clock, to cele
brate the fifth anniversary of the or
ganisation of the society. A program
will be presented. An anniversary
service will be held . at the church
June 14 at the hour of evening wor
ship and will be conducted by Rev.
ENTERTAINS LADIES' SOCIETY.
Mrs. F. H. Bein at her home 841
Forty-second street "was hostess yes
terday afternoon to the members of
the Ladies' Aid society of the Unitar
ian church of Moline. The topic for
the afternoon discussion was immigra
tion and various members spoke on
the subject. A lunch was served dur
ing a pleasant social hour.
The Plattdeutschen Schwestern will
conduct an ice cream and cake socia
ble at Turner hall Saturday, June 6,
afternoon and evening. . In the evening
an orchestra will furnish music for
The Ladies' auxiliary to the Eagles
will hold a card party tomorrow after
noon at the home of Mrs. August
Bergeson, 1615 Fourteenth street.
Cinch will be played and the games
will begin at 2:30 o'clock.
The Ladies' Aid society of Broadway
Presbyterian church will hold a coffee
and bakery sale Friday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the home of Mrs. B. Brooks,
435 1-2 Seventeenth street. A full at
tendance of the membership is de
sired as it will be necessary to hold a
business meeting to make arrange
ments for the reception to be tendered
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson.
The Woman's Missionary society of
the First Baptist church will meet to
morrow afternoon with Mrs. F. J.
Downing, 915 Second avenue.
Tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock the
Men's club of the First Baptist church
will hold the closing meeting at the.
Y. M. C. A. banquet hall. The ladies .
will be the guests of the evening.
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