Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. JULY 7, 1014.
Committees That Will
Serve on Woman's Club
tfhe executive board of the Womin'i
Club? of Hock Island has completed the
ronwnlttee that will serve during the
coming year. The board has made an
effort in bo far as possible to place on
each committee members who did not
erre last year, at the same time re
taining one or more former members
who Can give of their experience in the
Easiness of the committee.
The complete list of committees with
their chairmen follows:
Nominating committee: Mrs. F. A.
Smith, chairman; Mrs. Adair Pleas
ants, Mrs. E. B. Kreis. Mrs. R. M.
Pearce. Mrs. C. E. Adams, Mrs. J. W.
Ilouder. Mrs. George W. Borg, Mrs.
Mary Montgomery. Miss Entrlkin.
Rooms committee Mrs. H. S. Boll
man, Mrs. J. J. Ingram, Mrs. II. E. Cas
teel. Publicity committee: Mrs. C. L. Sil
via. Mrs. Wlllard Schaeffer. Miss Cotta
Bartholomew. Miss Milla Baker, Miss
Auditing committee: Miss Josephine
PeeU. Mrs. E. M. Sala, Mrs. C. C. Car
ter. Reception committee: Mrs. J. P.
Comegys. chairman; Mrs. S. E. Mat
tison. Mrs. G. G. Craig. Mrs. Wilson
Mathews. Mrs. T. B. Totten. Mrs. J. L.
Vance. Mrs. Alex Quist, Mrs. J. V.
Berquiet. Mrs. J. B. Bassett, Mrs. Louis
Kohn, Mrs. A. E. Lyford. Miss Oiga
Junge. Miss Charlotte Kenworthy, Mrs.
John Volk. Jr.
Program committee: Miss Georgia
First, chairman; Mrs. L. Canterbury,
Miss Ella Montgomery. Miss Ellen '
Gale, Miss Katherine Gest
Printing committee: Mrs. D.- W.
Dahlsten. Mrs. W. I Tellman. Miss
. Claire VanGalder.
Hospitality committee: Mesdames
Emily MeCurdy. chairman; C. E. Bry
an, rice chairman, George Ackley, V.
A. Aldrich, G. M. Babcock, W. M. Beal.
Olaf Cervin, H. K. Collins, II. W. Craw
ford. W. L. Eddy. E. O. Fraxer. William
Gansert. Morris Gelsmer. F. H. Heff
ner, George Kuhn, George Kingsbury,
Charles Huntley, Clara Lamphere. Fos
ter Coyne. F. D. Meyers, William Mo
niry. Frank North, H. J. Olmstea,
Edward Schoede, Carl Shields. Louis
Schmidt. C. W. Thatcher, Benjamin
White, Dacie Williams, Frank Young,
E. F. Dora, Percy Winans. C. G. Thu
Iln. H. W. Ward, R. J. Fullerton, Wal
osr Howe, E. V. Ramser, Henry S. Dib
bern. W. A. Smith, Misses Mary Bailey,
Florence Battles, Dorothy Chamberlin,
Clara Donaldson. Violet Doney, Ella
Freed. Jessie Frick, Maude Hartz,
Helen Krell. Dorothy Lee, Emelia
Nne6slL Frances Lldman, Alma Llitt,
Lola Smutz, Minnie Titterington, Hen
rietta Watts. Grace Wheelan, Daisy
Mack, Florinda Abrahamson, Emily
DeSanto, Josephine Cook.
The program committee has complet
ed the program for the coming year
and will report to the executive board
at a meeting to be held this week. The
program will then be given to the
printing committee and the year books
will be ready before very. long. Mem
bership tickets are also ready and may
be procured from the secretary. In
case members write for their tickets
they must Include postage as the send
ing out of nearly 800 tickets will place
upon the club considerable expense
APPOINT CONVENTION DELE
GATES. At a largely attended meeting of the
Young People'i society of the German i
Things Worth Knowing.
Never use a hot Iron when launder
ing white silk, for It will turn the silk
yellow. Test your iron so that It may
be of a temperature to dry the ma
terial, but there Is no need of an ex
tremely hot Iron.
y To sweeten closets, small pieces of
charcoal laid In the corners and upon
the shelves of the closets will absorb
the dampness and dispel unpleasant
To clean children's white kid-topped
hoes, rub them with a cloth dipped in
milk and then lathered with a good
white soap. Rub well and set In the
air to dry. Thin softens as well as
cleanses the kid.
TV) clean pewter, wash it with hot
wafer, rub with very fine sand and pol
ish with a piece of leather.
Beefsteak a la M Ira beau. Garnish a
broiled porterhouse or cross-cut of
rump with anchovies and stoned
olives, stuffed with chopped parsley.
Arrange around the steak stuffed to
matoes and fried potato balls served
in shells made from noodle mix
ture. Pour around the following
sauce: Melt two tablespoonfuls of
butter, add two and one-half table
spoonfuls of browned flour, then add
one cup of chicken stock. Season with
tablespoonfuls of tomato catsup and
salt and pepper.
Cream of Tomato Soup. Put into a
saucepan one quart of canned tomatoes
and one small onion sliced. Cook 20
minutes, then rub through a sieve and
return to the fire to keep hot. Mean
while, boil a quart of milk in a double
boiler, thicken with two tableapoonfuls
each butter and flour creamed together
and stir constantly until smooth and
creamy, season the strained tomato
wfcta a tablespoonful of sugar and salt
and pepper to taste. When all ready
to serve add hall teacpoonful of
I at the church Carl Krueger was ehos
I en delegate and Miss Marie Loeser al
ternate delegate to the national con
vention of Young People's societies,
which will be held at Louisville, Ky
the latter part of next month. At the
district meeting of Young People he'd
in Kahoka, Mo., last month, and which
was attended by Rev. F. J. Rolf and
Fred Helpenstell from the local
church, the Rock Island church was
chosen as one of three from the dis
trict to send -delegates to the national
convention. Burlington and Keokuk
were the other societies chosen. Mr.
Helpenstetl last evening gave a report
of the convention at Kahoka. and he
occupied the time of the program.
During the social hour refreshments
ZION MEN'S SOCIETY.
The Men's society of ZIon church
was entertained last evening at the
heme of M. C. Norman, 4509 Eighth av
enue, a goodly number of the mem
bers attending. At the business ses
sion plans were discussed for a ban
quet to be given in the fall, commit
tees and final arrangements to be
made at a later time. During a social
hour refreshments were served.
SOUTH PARK YOUNG PEOPLE
The monthly business and social
meeting of the Young People's society
of South Park Presbyterian church
was held last evening at the church,
John Bender, the chairman, presiding.
At the business session plans were
made for a basket picnic to be held
next Monday evening by the society
at Long View park. A short program
was given consisting of violin num
bers by Elmer Clarke, vocal duet by
Misses Florence Long and Cecil Wil
liams, and a piano solo by Miss Nellie
Brien. Rev. Samuel Ollerenshaw ot
Mediapolis, Iowa, who is a guest of
Rev. W. G. Oglevee, was present and
was cai.ed upon to make a few re
Mr. and Mrs. George Carstens were
surprised last evening at their home
on Ninth street, South Rock IslaWl. Uy
their children and near relatives who
came to help them, celebrate the anni
versary of their birth. Mr. OsfSlehs
was 81 years of age and Mrs. Car
stens 76. The afternoon and evening
were enjoyably spent.
POSTNUPTIAL PARTY AT CAMP.
Thirty-two employes of the L. S. Mc
Cabe department store went to the
camp of Henry G. Lemburg at the
Watch Tower last evening and gave
him and his bride a rousing post-nuptial
party. The company was well sup
p'.ied with horns, tin pans and other
noisemaking devices, and as they ap
proached the cottage made their pres
ence known with the noise. They had
brought with them baskets of provis
ions and a picnic dinner was served
and was greatly enjoyed by the merry
company. Mrs. Lemburg was present
ed with a splendid chest of silver as a
gift from the fellow employes of the
host. Miss Grace F. Day making the
speech of presentation. Warren Reck
made a few happy remarks, and the
remainder of the evening was given
over to informal sociability. Roy Salz
rrfann, the camp colony deputy mar
shal added much fun to the party by
appearing dressed in Tyrolese costume
armed with a double barreled shotgun
soda to the tomatoes and then the boil
ing thickened milk. Stir quickly and
serve at once In hot bouillon cups or
plates with croutons.
Orange Delicious. Two cups of su
gar, one cup of water, two cups of
orange Juice, one cup of cream, yolks
of two eggs, one cup of heavy cream,
one-quarter cup of shredded candled
orange peel. Boll the sugar and water
eight minutes, then add the orangs
juice. Scald the cream, add the yolks
of the eggs and cook over hat water
until the mixture thickens. Cool, add
to the first mixture with the heavy
cream beaten stiff. Freeze; when
nearly frozen, add the orange peel.
Line a melon mould with orange ice,
fill with orange delicious, pack in salt
and Ice and let stand one and one-half
Strawberry Mousse. One quart of
thin cream, one box of strawberries.
one cup of sugar, one-quarter bor of
'gelatine (scant), or one and one
quarter tablespoonfuls of granulated
gelatine, two tablesponfuls of cold wa
ter, three tablespoonfuls of hot water.
Wash and hull the berries, sprinkle
with sugar and let stand one hour;
mash and rub through a fine sieve;
add the gelatine soaked In cold and
dissolved in boiling water. Set in pan
of Ice water and stir until it begins to
thicken; then fold In the whip from
the cream, put In a mould, coven, pack
in salt and ice, and let stand four
Bacon and Cheese Sandwiches. Cut
some very thin slices of two days' old
white bread and place on each slice
of bread a one-half inch slice of good
breakfast bacon on the cheese. '1 hen
put the slice of bread containing the
cheese and the bacon in a bread pan
and place In a moderately hot oven,
and leave until the bread Is toasted,
when the cheese will be melted and
the bacon will be crisp. Serve with
sweet pickles and eat at once.
to quell the disturbance. Mr. Lenr
burg and Miss Lillle Erlckson were
united in marriage July 1 at the par
sonage of the First Swedish Lutheran
church in Mollne, their friends not be.
lng informed of the approaching mar
riage. Mr. Lemburg has remodeled
his camn. "The Elm." and made it
into a convenient and . pleasant sum
mer home where he and his bride will
reside during the summer.
CIVIC DEPARTMENT TO HEAR OF
The July meeting of the civic de
partment of the Woman's club will be
held at the Library hall Friday after
noon at 3 o'clock. Mrs." M. C. Rice and
Miss Georgia First will speak of the
Federation of Women's clubs' biennial
held In Chicago last month.
John Hand. Injured in Second
Avenue Fight, Has Disap."
peared From Hospital.
John Hand, injured some time ago
In a fight on Second avenue, has left
the hospital and disappeared. The po
lice are looking for him, as they hold
a warrant for William Hammerle, who
Is charged with having assaulted
The case was scheduled to come up
for a hearing this morning, but since
Hand was missing. Attorney Edwards,
representing the state, asked for a
continuance, in an effort to locate
There were a number of continued
cases up this morning. Edna Head
was dismissed, on account of lack of
prosecution. She was being held on
a charge of having stolen a suitcase
of a man In a rooming house in this
The case against Mrs. Winger. 1019
Ninth avenue, charged with disorderly
conduct by a neighbor, was dismissed.
Both Mrs. Winger, and Mrs. Archer,
the latter the complainant, were told
by the court to bring their troubles
before a court for settlement and cease
to endeavor to settle them in "bar
Gertrude Walker and Clarence
Richardson, both colored, owners of a
minstrel show, who were arrested on
complaint of one of the members of
the company, and held on disorderly
conduct charges, were released this
Mr. and Mrs. Emile Conert have se
cured an attorney to defend them In
th3 case charging them with larceny.
Chester A. Sims and Mrs. Bessie
Maxwell, witnesses for the state, were
in court ready to proceed, but a con
tinuance was asked by the Conerts,
Local Enthusiasts Complete Or
ganization in Meeting at
the New Harper.
A merchants' baseball league for
this city was launched at an enthusi
astic meeting held last evening at the
New Harper house. H. H. Hensley,
the florist, was chosen president, with
Ernest H. Phillips of the Woodmen
office, secretary and treasurer. Games
will be arranged for every Saturday
afternoon, the Municipal park. Ninth
street diamond and Watch Tower dia
mond being used.
The following teams have entered
the league: Hartz & Bahnsen, Bell
Telephone company, Modern Wood
men, Rock Island National bank.
Hensley Floral company and Desaul
STACKH0USE NAMED GOOD
ROADS FIELD SECRETARY
The Rock Island County Highway
Improvement association has secured
the services of E. J. Stackhouse of
this city as field secretary in the work
undertaken for the installation of good
hard roads in Rock Island county.
Among other duties, Mr. Stackhouse
will visit all sections of the county,
and in conneclon with President Mitch
ell and Secretary Woodcock will ar
range for meetings for the considera
tion of the subject of good roads in
Its proadest scope.
LICENSED TO WED
Albert E. Anderson . . Monterey, Minn
Miss Phoebe G. Ahl Moline
Llal Ross Los Ange'.es, Cal.
Miss Hazel Craig .... Columbus. Ohio
John Thomas Erlckson
Highland Park, 111.
Miss Louise Daniels
Highland Park, 111.
William F. Schmidt Moline
Mrs. May Wright Mollne
Elmer Bruce Belvldcre
Miss Evelyn Bahr Belvidere
An Oxford scholar has deciphered
the NIppu Babylonian tablets belong
ing to the University of Pennsylvania
and finds them to contain pre-Semitic
accounts of the fall of man and the
deluge. Patriotic Americans will want
to know what it was necessary to get
an Oxford profesbor to undertake the
RICHMOND IS OUT
Chairman of Supervisors An
nounces Candidacy for Re
FIGHT IS GROWING WARM
Eight Enter Contest for G.O.P. Favor
C. J. Smith and C. 8. Pettlt
Before the Democrats.
Interest in the race for the republi
can nomination for sheriff was consid
erably Increased this morning when
George H. Richmond, chairman of the
board of supervisors, announced his
candidacy. His petitions are already
Mr. Richmond is a native of Rock
Island county, and has resided here
all his life. For eight yearB he has
been a member of the county -board
and is now (In his sixth term as chair
man. He has never held political of
fice outside of his work as supervisor.
Evidently the principal contest at
the fall election will develop over the
selection of sheriff. Already eight have
announced themselves for the republi
can nomination, including George H.
Richmond. W. H. Whiteside, Sam R.
Wright, Jonas Bear, George Siemon,
General Edward KUtilsen, Fred A.
Smith and Jacob Wigers.
Donovan a Candidate.
Petitions were circulated today on
behalf of Cornelius Donovan, superin
tendent of the state free employment
bureau, who is the third to enter the
field for the democratic nomination.
Mr. Donovan, as a candidate .for the
same office has made a good showing,
carrying everything outsfde of Mo
line against his republican opponent,
the present sheriff.
Police Magistrate C. J. Smith of this
city and C. S. Pettit of Cordova are
also candidates for the democratic
Charles Truzell of Moline has no
opposition for the bull moose nomina
tion. COINS ARE PLACED
IN A PACKAGE BOX
Postofflce Has Another Mys
tery- May Have Been Slot
- The leaving of .what appears to be
stolen wallets in the letter boxes Is
not the only pastime that is being in
dulged in in Rock Island, these hot
days, with Uncle Sam's big green recep
tacles. Last night a carrier for the Rock Is
land postofflce found some loose
change in a package box at Twelfth
street and Eighth avenue. Whether the
money was a contribution to the pub
lic conscience fund, or the depositor
thought he was playing a slot machine,
is not known.
At any rate, the change is ready for
the owner at the Rock Island postofflce
whenever he can prove it belongs to
LIBRARY BOARD IN
A REGULAR SESSION
The regular monthly meeting of the
board of the Rock Island public li
brary was held last evening and the
following bills allowed for June:
A. C. McClurg & Co $ 54.27
J. A. Burlingame 3S.00
The Civic society 17.65
People Power company 39.64
Electric Construction & Ma
chine company 35.00
Kramer Printing & Publishing
Driffll Printing company 1S.25
Gaylord Brothers 4.80
Rock Island Hardware com
Rock Island Steam Laundry . . . 2.50
J. Lamp 2.00
Library Bureau 11.00
Rockwell Ice & Fuel Co
Central union Telephone com
The librarian's report of circulation
for the month of June follows:
Magazines and general works... 206
Industrial arts 40
Fine arts 35
f $ 50,000
I Reorganization and 11
.U July Clearing Sale, JJ
Page 7. JJ
Grand total 3.648
Received from fines' $16.97
Received from sale of paper.. 8.00
. Total I24.97J
Deposited w!th city treasurer $24.97
Royal Neighbors and . Modern
Woodmen to Be Represented
at Fraternal Congress.
The Modern Woodmen of America
and the Royal Neighbors of America
will be represented at the annual con
vention of the National Fraternal Con
gress, to be held in Niagara Falls, N.
Y., the week of Aug. 16. t
The executive council of the Royal
Neighbors has appointed its delegates
and the executive council of the Mod
ern Woodmen, which convenes here
July 15, will then name its represen
tatives. The five members of the R.N.A.
board of managers, Mrs. Clara Rich
ards of Buchanan, Mich.; Mrs. Anna
M. Blair of Webster City. Iowa; Mrs.
Alice Gilliland of Springfield, 111.;
Mrs. Eva Childs of Hanover, Wis., and
Mrs. Anna Shepherd of Columbia, Mo,
will attend as delegates.
Dr. Hada M. Burkharf Bupreme
recorder, is mistress at arms of th
congress, having been appointed
that position at the last meeting
Chicago. Mrs. Myra B. Enrlght. Kan
sas City, Mo., supreme oracle of the
society, will take part in the program,
having been assigned to read a paper.
The Woodmen will have the largest
delegation of any society. Thirty-
eight representatives will attend.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For express, call William TTefa.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Soda In the Green room. Harper
Independent Express & Storage.
R. L 98L
Soda in the Green room. Harper
Blaschke's Cleaning works, 1412
Fourth avenue, for blocking hats ot
A small boy was arrested in Mont
real on the charge of passing counter
feit coins. The nickels had a decidedly
suspicious appearance, but the boy was
able to demonstrate to the judge how
with the use of quicksilver he had
made good nickels look like bad ones.
The court had an amusing half hour
and the boy was acquitted.
The M. & Kt
Is Very Active
With a Point Longer and Stronger the
M. & K. Reducing Pencil Is Marking
Down Prices With Persistency .That
There never has been a time during
the career of the M. & K. Reducing
Pencil when the reductions that fol
lowed In its wake were greater or more
generous. Everything that the pencil
touched was greatly affected and you
should come here at once and see what
exceptional bargains are waiting for
A large assortment of Children's
Coats in checks and plain effects.
Wool and silk; ages from 6 to 14;
regular $15 values marked by the Re
ducing Pencil to $2.95.
Another assortment, ages 2 to 6,
values up to $7.50; Reducing Pencil
Table full of beautiful embroidered.
high neck voile and lingerie tfaists.
marked thusly: 1.50 for 2.50 waists;
1.95 for 2.95 waists; 2.50 for 3.95
waists; 2.95 for 4.95 waists; 3.50 for
6.95 waists; 3.95 for 7.95 waists; 4.50
for. 8.95 waists.
The M. & K. Reducing Pencil work
ed hard among the women's Silk and
Wool suits and unprecedented saving
were the result.
$100, 89.50, 79.50 and 75.00 Silk
Suits, marked by the Reducing Pen
cil to 34.50.
$69.50, 65.00, 59.50, 55.00, 49.50 and
45.00 Wool and Silk Suits, Reducing
Pencil price 19.50.
$39.50 and 35.00 Suit have been
marked by the Reducing Pencil to
$15.00 and 18.00 Suits, excellent
values; Reducing Pencil price 6.50.
Every hat in the house has been
marked lower by the Reducing Pencil;
none are held in reserve.
40 hats, values to 6.00, at 1.00; 75
hats, values to 8.00, at 1.95; 90 hats,
values to 10.00, at 2.95; 35 hats, values
to 35.00, at 4.95.
Big assortment of Children's Ha's
Successo Corsets: 4.00 values at
3.49; 3.00 values at 2.15; 2.50 valuas
American. Lady: 2.50 values at 1.95;
3.00 values at 2.15.
i Nemo Corsets: 8.00 values at 1.95;
4.00 values at 2.49; $5.00 values at
Madame Irene: 5.00 values at 2.49;
7.5o values at S.69J 10.00 values at
i'SIS Lit ZAlSZTU TW-lP.SaM
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) What
causes brown spots on the face? In
mid-summer they kind of disappear,
but in , the spring of the year they
show plainly. Some told me they were
liver spots. What will take them off?
(2) Will you please give me a good
plan white cake recipe and frosting 7
(3) I am to be married soon. What
would be best to get, a suit or a dress?
(4) What color shoes would be best
to wear with a white net dress?
1 "GOLDEN HAIR."
(1) ' It would be best to consult a
physician about the brown spots.
(2) A good white cake: One cup
sugar, one tablespoon butter, one
half cup sweet milk, one and two
thirds cup flour, one teaspoon baking
powder, whites of three eggs beaten
stiff and added last. Flavor with
almond extract. Melt .one-quarter
pound marsh mallows (in double
boiler), add to well beaten white of
egg, beat well and spread between
layers and on top of cake. Or you
can make a boiled icing as follows:
One and one-half cups granulated
sugar, one-half cup water; boil until
it spins a thread. Beat whites of
two eggs stiff,' stir or beat the syrup
into this and Savor with vanilla.
(3) If married in the afternoon
and going away immediately on your
honeymoon trip, it would be best to
get a suit An evening wedding
calls for a dress.
(4) White would beem the best,
though black satin or patent leather
pumps, with white stockings, would
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl
18 years old. How can I improve my
self in letter writing? Is there a'ny kind
of book from which I could learn? I
do not care to go to school. When I
sit down to write it seems I do not
know how to start or end. Thank you.
The only way to write a letter is to
imagine that the person you are
writing to is right before you and
that you are talking to him. Then
you will write easily. After you have
written what you want to say, go
over the letter and see if the words
are spelled right, if the commas and
periods are in right, and capital let
ters at the beginning of each sen
tence. Go to the dictionary if not
certain of how a word is spelled.
When you have finished what you
want to say, just stop. You can end
Fifty coats that are strictly up to
the minute styles at HALF-PRICE.
One lot of linen coats, suitable for
auto wear, made of Bedford Linen,
values up to 15.00, Reducing Pencil
Twenty-Five Linen and Bedford Cord
skirts, values to 5.95, Reducing Pen
cil price 2.95.
Twenty-Five Linen Suits, slightly
soiled; come in blue, white, natural
and brown; some in the lot sold as
high as 25.00; Reducing Pencil price
Children's Wash Dresses, all colors.
that sold to 3.95, Reducing Pencil
One Imported Irish Linen Suit, size
36, original price 45.00, Reducing Pen
cil price 4.95.
One Imported Brown Linen Suit,
size 16, original price 45.00, Reducing
Pencil price 4.95.
Five Imported, Hand Embroidered,
All Linen Skirts, values up to 18.00,
Reducing Pencil price 3.50.
Twenty-Five Dresses in linen, voile
and crepe; values to 19.95; Reducing
Pencil price 2.50.
Children's Dresses of white lawn,
Bed Time Tales
By Clara Ingram Judson.
Jack O 'Lanterns
ID you ever hear the story of how
some children saved tnemseives pu a Dig noic in ic "
from wild Indians years and opposite side of the house from tne
Long, long ago when our United States
was very different from the way it is
now, fathers and mothers had to go a
lone iournev to buy things they needed
but could not raise on their farms.
Of course thev would not go very
often, for the long hard joumey back
to the settlements took too much time.
They went on horseback, for the roads
were too rough tor wagons, even it
there had been any, and when they re
turned thev carried the new supplies
in big bags from their saddles.
In one family there was a little boy
of five named John, and a girl of seven,
named . Prudence.
One morning their father said, your
mother and I are going to the nearest
settlement for some supplies and we
are going to leave you here, for the
journey is too hard lor you."
The children felt very proud to know
that- their father would trust them so
much they were not a bit afraid, for
if they stayed by the house they knew
no wild animals would hurt them.
There had been no Indians around for
a long time, so they did not think of
All day long t'icy worsed snd played
and when it began to grow dark they and then listened and watched care
went in the house and carefully locked fully.
the doors. It wasn't long till two shadowy
Tti nrvt mnrniiiff thev found foot form r.rent amund the house. Quick
m-.rU all nrnimri ihf house and as PrU- a
dence was feedin? the chickens she saw
an Indian peep from behind the wood-
pile and another slip into the barn.
-.ie diiin t ecream as sue wanicti i,
for she was a brave little girl. Instead,
she began to plan what to da
At last a brit idea came into her
head and she ran and got her brother
and told him. Together they earned
ix big pumpkins, a knife and some
1 ' "1 r J?
Ml JW J.
by writing "With love." or Touri
sincerely." according to the person to
whom you are writing. Don't forget
to sign your name, of course. Yo
started and ended your letter to nt
correctly, but you did not spell or
punctuate or capitalise properly.
When you are reading notice how
sentences are begun and ended; any
reading matter will teach you that
Dear Mrs. Thompson: My hus
band did some work for "A," who
live 8 out of town, and it was also the
first work my husband has been able
to do since a year ago, as h had
been ill. "B," her brother, held back
the money to pay for what my hus
band owed him. Please tell me if he
had the right to do it according to
If nothing was said In the agree,
ment to work for "A" ateat uiin
the money to pay a debt to "B I
cannot see that "B" has any right to
take the money that should hava
been paid to your husband, unless he
first went to court and got aa order
to garnishee your husband's wage.
Your husband can sue "A" for V
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Would
you kindly tell me how to care for
tulip bulbs? We put them in last
fall and would like to put other
plants in the same bed now.
(2) Last Xmas we got a poinsetta,
the Xmas flower, and it seemed to die
down within a week, but now it has
gotten some new leaves and I would
like to know how to take care of It
Mrs. B. J.
(1) Take the bulbs out of the
ground, shake them free of dirt and
store them in a dry, dark place until
next fall. Separate the bulbs when
you plant them in the falL i -
(2) You can put the plant in the
ground in a shady place. Do not
keep it. too wet and pinch back the
first sprouts if you want it to bloom
next winter; otherwise it will be all
lingerie effects; ages 4 to 14; hand
somely lace trimmed; slightly soiled;
values that sold to 4.95; Reducing
Pencil price 79c; values that sold to
9.95 at 1.49.
All silk dresses for evening, after
noon and street wear from 25.00 up,
at ONE-THIRD off.
Evening, afternoon and street dress
es in silk, crepe, messaline, char
meuse, values to 50.00 at 4.95.
The M. & K. Reducing Pencil has
made it possible for parents to dress
their boys in boys clothes having be
hind It the M. & K. reputation, at
prices that are surprising low..
$2.95 for 3.95 suits; 3.95 for 5.09,
5.85 and 6.50 suits; 4.85 for 7.0 suits;
6.66 for 8.90 and 10.00 suits; 8.88 for
12.00 suits; 9.90 for 15.00 suits.
The Reducing Pencil has played
havoc with the former prices on Cloth
craft, Society Brand and Hart-Schaff-ner
& Marx Men's Suits. These ex
cellent lines need no comment M
their quality is well known to you.
We'll let the prices tell the story:
$10.95 for 15.00 and 16.50 suits;
13.95 for 18.00 and 20.00 suiTs; 1.M
for 22.00 suits; 18.75 for 25.00 and
28.00 suits. (Adv.)'
candles from the house to the potaW
barn and wood-pile.
There they hid and worked all day
making Jack o'lanterns from the P"1"0
kins. Prudence cut the holes and jonn
scooped out the inside ana put m
The Indians fled to the forest.
When dark came thev lit the candles
fl.iOv Pruiirnre and lohn held U
their lanterns and waved them about
With a shriek of terror at the unknown
lights, the Indians fled to the forest
and tne cnuaren were saie.
When the father and mother got back
the rex day they were very proud ot
their brave children,
. . M
Tomorrow A Summer (,nruimu