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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 101.
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DISCUSS RELATION OF FOOD TO
Mrs. l". I.. honp!'''ii Nd the discus
sion at ;ho October meeting of the
p-.ir.- foinl ami houm -hold e oncm. s ,
i r-rtme:;t of the Wuman'r club yes-j
torday afternoon in ihe parlors of neitne gtat agricultural department will
Masonic temple. The topic was "Food. bo shown in the city Nov. 2 ami the
it Relation to Moral and intellect." piare .h.-ing left opm at the present,
a iid Mta. Thompson presented a ,r' i The department Is anxious that the
interotinc discussion of the subject.
She said in part: "The science of tho
h-iman body ha failed n keep pace
with oilier sciences. Medicine fnd
i ircery have made enormous strides
ani we are l.fiomir.R very adept in
the trt of cirins p op'c. but are just
h.-ginr.uic to discover the sconce cf
kcpiMI well, thereby securing the
Kreateft amount of physical and Intel
-Efforts toward the improvement of
the human body as a first class work
ins and thinking machine must b. di
rected towttrds 'he improvement of its
food r motite pow;r. Much atten
lii a i being :ven at the present time
to the proper feeding of the mentally
cictVicnt and criminal clause. A nor
mal man is a pood man. hence the
criminal is abnormal. Most up to data
penal and reformatory institutions rec
ognize this fact and are seeking a nat
ural cause for irregularity of conduct ,
New York has several institutions
that make a special study of the crim
inal and feeble minded. Bedford re
fttmatory for criminal women has
been most successful in carrying on
this work. Its inmates ore girls and
women of the street who have swerv
ed not a littl: -from the paths of vir
tue. I'pon entering the institution
they are subjected to a scientific Binet
test cf ability and mentality. It is a
pertinent fact that T per cent aro
mentally deficient in varying decrees.
Proper nourishment and suitable en
vironment have worked wonders for
these women. Miss Catherine Ppvis.
who has been in charge of this Jnsti
tmicn for 13 years, was recently hon
ored wi;h the appointment of commis-
:c-ner or correc t. ons and reiormumr-, Rosjna Lcithner secretary, held its
ies in New York City in recognition j first m(tjnK yesterday at the home
f her services a position never be-tof jjiss Leithner. 1S12 Eleventh street,
fore aspired to by a w oman. Inmates j They spent an hour sew ing and the re
tf these reform and p.-nal institutions j mainder of the time was spent socially,
ar- drawn from the slums and tne- Refreshments were served in the din-n-.ent
districts. The children of tho jng room where a beautiful bouquet
tenement? come into the world appar-jof roses and carnations was used as
rntly normal, but because of poverty
arid lack of two fre gifts of nature
frsh air and sunshine vitality is
socn s'opped. The children's break
fast ceneral'v consists of bread, tea
c-r cr.rTe.j. and they arrive at sihooij
rracfkjlly without nourishment. New i
York Ciiy is spending thousands of j
citllars In forcing education upon the; MYSTIC WORKERS SOCIAL MEET-
child thai is not physically able to re- ING
oivo it. S.ncio! luncheons are nov.-1 Mystic Workers Iodv:e No. 33 held a
beir.g served to the children of the j social meeting in their hall last even
pciorw lth immediate i esults. The n- j m which was attended by about 80
nits tliat were f jriiier'y spent for pick-1 couples. Musical numbers were en-l-s.
impure candy and cakes are now joyed and the young people danced un
saved for the hot and nourishing ; lil a late hour. Refreshments were
school lunches. Color foon appears in
the fac e acd the dull and inattentive ,
toon b'con.e normal boys and girls. I
The irfmt and child mortality in the!
t: ne merit di-tric f is encrmous. Ka:
f:arni.rd tays: 'Who knows but that!
an:t:.ir Abraham Lincoln rassd on: !
lii nighr when ens of iL.sc- li'tle lhesAid socle tv of the Memorial Christian
fiickere,! out.' ' j c hurch in the church parlors yester-'
.1. F. '.Yit'cr. cirv attorney, address-I
attorney, -address- I
ed Time Tales
By Clara IngTam Judson.
THE nine li'tle butcrflies. with the
linlfum tames on their back-,
-tarted out J jT a tru'ir.
T.r-t they went to a p!ahi:'g. t:inib-I-.ni:
r jnt2: i. There i:ie kur!icni lair
i' - utrr.pe 1 o:T t:.c t utlerihrs' bnri.s
ar-i r;':i; '! a v. lii.V on the water.
"T:.i-. is uch !in !" cried a t!i:Lcani
':,:r i.: jumpe-i t'r-jni or.c -.plash
-: i-tr to another "I-fc-n't on want
t c.-me in and p!?v with t:r"
"No. t!:r. k you.'' rcplird t!v nine
butt'-rtlie-. it:i t!ultr-ri:-i; pilite-r.--
"W'j'vr always jrern.-, rat!:er
tur. ;i to u; We'd prefer t'i play
ir. i.i: 1 in the -ittviiine. if you ple.:.-e."
S the funhe.im f.-irie1- jjlashcd in
rh- water an-! the burteriiio tlttt'erc-d
ir the- -uiish!ne- for a while. Tlic-ti
j. 7 c l ojn the fufin ni'tinted the
l :;tiej-fties' hacks ax;ain an-I away they
fi- v.- i-i 'ear- h of more fun
"Where -ha!' we take you?" aked
t; ' 'Zl:T huvrflv after they hai! 'irift
c s a V.. ft 1 -r i w hi'e.
"1 should like to g to a flower ;rir
den." .-.ii'l tli'- 'eider fairy. "1 siwuM
li'cr t- play aic-1'13 the !loer."
" !i r-jri;' '." replied the leader but-
.-rflv hxppV.y. "I !:e f.ner t ; ar. I
jrsrd'-fl i the very place we love
t'v .: r, -r an-! irto 'he ij;
:rd-! it::! wh.it i y--tl upp-e they
rrrr l!'.frr N"l a -ii.r.-'
.re N..t a rd II- --r! Nt a unite
il-.wer! N'ot a :;..A.r -f ;.ny rind or
e-.lor! 'I wo rear!.- d-d sisntlower
Mid .r:ie h.'i'f - ;i-t-r-l ? e ! p-!- v.ire
:'! that wit? left of tiie once friratit
"What in the worl-i can he rh-- niaf-t-r?"
exclaimed the br.tter:iie: in ilij
tre. "ScnietUint' dread:'-.l l as happrneil."
crirrl the snn!eam fairie-.
"Can't we t n l oni' -mr who can tell
c where the flwrr are?" a'iced tiie
"Wait a nihiuf." cr:eI a tinbeani
fi-rv. "! ! itjti', down and find the
firdT Ton-! He hvrs here and h"
j wi5- a'.-- i" cr jif.res he will
t- '.' u what ! ri Lapp' nel "
Si tl ' -t:iihea-F! fairy jnmpe! down
frr-n the hrtfrfh. ' 1 irk and hunted
stn-irir t'-- hi- n tf!.w ro.ts for the
old e;.-,rden h'ivailv -h- fottt-d
! -m. half a-!c -p. under ?onu: willed
"I'dl me what has hapfjenrd," she
cried, ":tiJ me i'jickiy."
cJ the- ladle on the subject of milk
and stated that he has prepared an
ordinance conforming with, the state
ordinance on the handling, sala and
care of milk, which he will present
for adoption hv the city commission.
The pure food exhibit petit out
city housewives plan to attend this
exhibit both days if possible, and at
Two new m "rubers were received
Into the department. .All members of
the Woman's cluh are invited and urg
el to join this department, which It is
hoped to make of very .great benefit to
rtir. meetlr.7 rvov ill be a dis- ,
cussion of -r ood and Its Adnltera -
tion " with Mrs Emily McCurdy as
the leader. Meetings will hereafter
be held in the Masonic temple parlors.
SPENCER COFFEE PARTY.
The ladies of Spencer Memorial
Methodist church held their October
coffee party yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. George W. Crompton.
410" Seventh avenue. Forty-five ladies
called during the afternoon and spent
a very delightful time. The house
was beautifully decorated w ith flowers
of the season and the company was
served with refreshments by tho host
ess, assisted by Mesdames W. L. Eite
man. Bateman. Fred Fossell and Ed
ward Gregg. At a short business ses
ion reports were received from the
various departments of the work and
125 calls were reported. One new
member. Mrs. Gladys Derrick, was re
ceived into the society. The sum of
$s was realized as the afternoon pro
' ceeds. The next meeting, the first
Thursday In November, will be held at
the home cf Mrs. W. H. Tope and the
second division under Mrs. Alex Quist
will be in charge of the program.
T. B. C. CLU3 FORMED.
The T. IJ. C. club of which Miss
Emma Schmid is president and Miss
a table centerpiece. The members of
the club are: Misses Irene Schroeder.
Pearl O wrien, Vada lluber. Ruth Wil
son. Emma Schmid and Rosina Leith
nt r. ill In? held every two
weeks, the next to be at the home of
Miss Vada Huber.
served during the evening. The nextj
meeting of the lodge the first Tuesday j
In November will also be a social one. ;
SOCIETY WORK SESSION. I
Mrs. .1. W. Wilson assisted bv Mrs. t
f;t-orge Hetter entertained the Ladies' I
dav afternoon. Fifteen of the mem-
"What has happened1 asked
T-ad. blinking, "happened where?"
"Happened here in the srarden,"
"Noihifip has happened." replied the
"I n.'! calmly.
"Hi;! where are all the flowers?" in--i.-ted
the fairv. "all the flowers 1 love
liUat hat luiffrn?d?'' sh
"Oh. ilioc." --aid the Toa-1 kindly,
"the- thwr .irr pour Wiritrr is com
ii . Tin-,- :!: 1- no mere I'.owcri
ti l "-prirs; ."
"I'.t:l t'-r iui is warm a-.d I want
sonif il--vvrrs, ' -:i:i tiie lajry.
"All ri'tit. I'll givr vrai vhuc. aid
a new viK, th- voiir c-t
ci'K'n oi the gardrn. who
. . I
j-.i.-t thrti to -i- by. And site wavrd
ht-r wand ar d -liang-d th" tunc little
hiittTliirs to tiii'e white blosscms on
a bush clo- by.
"ft' too hitr for buttrrflie anyway,"
h- said and xhe Mroller away.
And the sunbeam fairies? Thrj
plavrd and lauhrd. And h nine but
terfly bl. srci ? They were happyt
for if vou're happy, it makes no differ
rnre what you are!
If ever you e a white bloom in at
antumn pardon, look closely maybe i
too is a buttc-rfly !
T omtrrrit hmmv Sitk-BretM
Makes a Storm.
bers attended and spent the time sew
ing and they were served by the host
esses with lunch. Next Thursday will
be observed by the society as rally
day when a special effort w ill be made
to have all members of the society at
tend. The meeting will be held In the
YOUNG PEOPLE GIVE PROGRAM.
A literary meeting of the Young
People-a hocfety of the First Swedish
Lutheran church was held in the
church artfiex last evening. A short
program of piano and vocal numbers
and readings preceded an address by
Rev. Karl N'ilsson, the pastor.
SWEDISH LADIES MEET.
The ladies of the First Swedish
! Lutheran church were entertained in
1 the church annex yesterday by Mrs.
I Alfred reansirom and
Johnson. At the business session
plans were made for a banquet to be
given the latter part of the month and
a committee of 12 was chosen to make
arrangements for the affair. A social
time was enjoyed and the hostess
Miss Elizabeth Carpentier, daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Car
pentier of Ninth street and Fifteenth
avenue. East Moline, was married at
10 o'clock yesterday morning to Ed
ward Huntington, city clerk of East
Moline. at St. 'Mary's parsonage, the
Rev. Father Leon Van Stappen per
forming the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Milloen were the only attendants.
The bride's gown was of blue crepe de
chine, made with a blue chiffon over
dress and lace trimming and she car
ried Bride roses. A wedding dinner
was served at the bride's home to only
a few intimate friends after which Mr.
and Mrs. Huntington left for Chicago
to spend a few days. The bride wore
a tailored traveling suit of blue and a
Mrs. Guido Wyland of Iowa City, sis
ter of the bride, was an out-of-town
guest at the wedding and dinner.
EAGLES' CARD PARTY.
The ladies' auxiliary to the Eagles
held a card party in Eagles" hall last
evening when seven tables of cinch
were played. Prizes in the games
went to Mrs. Kinsley. Mrs. Carrie Sel
del, V. Brough and Mrs. Laura Berge
son. Another party will be given in
two weeks at the same place.
APRON SHOWER FOR MISS TRENT
The Misses iouise Lewis and Hasel
Staffclbach entertained at the Lewis
home on East High street. Dav
enport, Wednesday evening at
an apron shower as a p re
nuptial for Miss Laila Trent, who is to
be a bride of the month. The evening
was spent socially. Miss Kaiser enter
taining "over the tea cups." Miss
Trent was instructed when her cup
was consulted for signs of the future
to go into the hall and pick up the
first thing she saw. Thi nrnvcH in ho 1
prettily trimmed basket which was
found to contain a collection of all
kinds of aprons from the kitchen vari-
K-v to t!le dainty bit of cambric and
lacp known as the fancy work apron.
The decorations were in yellow and
"''''! e' the, tab,e for ,,,e sPPr hour
,ttre e"ow PumpKln filled
w"", Boldf'n dall,'a ami white asters
f " "" "'""pwep. wnne i.ttie yellow-
baskets at each plate, place cards and
the Ice and confections served were In
the wedding colors.
SOCIABLE CLEARED $19.
At a meeting or the Busy Bee Sew
j ing society held yesterday at the home
jof Mrs. I). W. Hathaway. 171S Eighth
avenue. was reported as the
amount cleared at the shoe sociable
given the fore part of the week by the
circle. The afternoon yesterday was
spent sewing and the ladies were serv
ed with refreshments. Mrs. J. A. Reid,
50 Sixteenth street will entertain the
society in two weeks.
Miss Esther E. Miller of Lowell.
-Mass.. and Gust K. Andeen of this
city, were united In marriage last eve
ning at S o'clock at the home of the
bride's brother. Rev. S. M. Miller. 1S6S
Twenty-third avenue. Moline, Rev. Mr.
Miller ofliciating at the ceremony. Mrs.
S. M. Miller and Theodore Hjerpe or
this city attended the bride and groom.
.Mr. and Mrs. Andeen will make their
home at 87 Forty-fourth street. Rock
Island Mr. Andeen is a student in the
theological seminary at Augustana col
marriage license was issued
Have You Catarrh ?
It's a Dangerous Disease Hy
omei Is the Effective Remedy.
Catarrh, which is indicated by
sniffling, frequent colds and crusts in
the nose is a serious disease and ir
not chec ked surely spreads to the del
icate lining of the air passages, and
frequently destroys the hearing.
To cure catarrh you must have
something that will quickly reach the
diseased tissues, kill the germs, andiuhm lw.t ,. th f.. !..,,
:rno cue pciigon
.1 t . i. . . :
Hyomel is just such a remedv
I ing a mixture of antla'ptic oils that
you breathe through a small inhaler
; it health-restoring medication cannot
' help going direct to the raw and in
flamed lining of the nose and throat,
quickly relieving that choked-up feel
Ing. stopping the unclean discharges,
and healing the sore fpots you
breathe freely. Even the worst cases
respond at once.
There Is nothing for the treatment
of catarrh ills fhar Is easier, more
pleasant or so satisfying as Hyomel.
H. O. Rolfu neils it on Ihe "Xo-cure'-
oopay" plan. (Adv.)
"I'm Satisfied With My
Tint 7T. v'ryrr-rwnrt'f.Wf,
Peoria to Miss Meta Brondell of this
city and Theodore G. Thomas of Peo
ria. DINNER BRINGS $7. .
Echo lodge, an auxiliary to the
Switchmen's union, served dinner yes
terday from 11 to 1 o'clock 'at the
home of Mrs. W. H. Boice. 3423 Sixth
avenue, and cleared 9 from the affair.
A bowl of lovely cosmos formed the
centfrpiece on the serving table in
the dining room. The proceeds will
ho used in the upbuilding of the lodge.
PRENUPTIAL FOR MISS LAGE.
Miss Edna Lage. whose marriage to
George Pettit of Moline is an event of
this month, was the guest of honor at
a preuuptial party given yesterday by
her aunt, .Mrs. 'H. C. Efflandt, 2517
Fifteenth street. Moline. when 35 twin
city ladies were entertained. The house
was decorated with a profusion of
hearts and flowers in blue and white,
and in the dir.ing room, where was
rerved a course luncheon, streamers will be held Monday, Tuesday. W ednes
extended from the chandelier to the! day and Thursday in that city. She
corners of the table, where thev were I will make her headquarters at the
held with white roses. The bride-to-be
was presented with a basket contain
ing miscellaneous gifts for her new
heme. Contests were played and the
prizes were won by Mrs. Lempfert of
this city nnd Mrs. Bailey of Moline.
Mrs. Pettit of Moline w-iil entertain
for Miss Lag3 next Tuesday evening.
SPEND DAY IN SEWING.
An all day meeting of the Ladies'
Aid society or Central Presbyterian J at 2:30 o clock in the parlors or tne
church was held yesterday with Mrs. Masonic temple. "Red Horse Hill." a
Robert Xeff. 921 Fourth avenue, as study of child labor in the south, will
the hostess. There was a large at- be reviewed by Miss Elsa Simon, dis
tendance of members, w ho spent the ! cussion of current events will be led
time with Their sewing, and at noon I by Mrs. C. L. Thompson. Visitors are
they w ere served with a delicious j always welcome.
STUDY THE MODERN DRAMA.
The art and literary department of
the Moline Woman's club held a meet
ing yesterday in the public library hall
THINGS WORTH KNOWING.
You can prevent a steamed
ding from becoming heavy by
ting a cloth over the steamer Deiore i
placing the lid on. This prevents
the moisture from settling and mak
ing the pudding soggy.
A saturated solution rf epsom
salts is a good remedy for burns.
Apply as soon as possible, and keep
wet continually until the pain ceases.
A good way of stiffening the
bristles of - hair bruahes after w-ash-
ing is to dip them in a mixture oft
equal quantities of milk and water,
and then dry before the fire.
Tlo lightn--s8 of batter- puddings
is much improved iT two teaspoon
fuls of ground rice are added to the
flour before mixing.
Frogs Legs a la Bechamel Re
move skin from the legs and rub well
with .salt. dut with .pepper. . Me.lt
t...nH ; , 1
. iiu . l . u uuiiri ill n .-.iii, r un.il huh
half a cup of button mushrooms and
cook a delicate even brown. IKj not
hav them too dry. Serve ou slices
of nicely toasted bread with Ilechamel
H-ciiaiii-l Sauce Melt two level'
tat'lespoonfuls of butter in a sauce
pan and put In a tepoonful each
of minced onion and carrot and bit
of bay leaf. Take out vegetable
when butter in well flavored, aad rub
in two level tablespoonfuls flour.
half pint of stoc k or broth from
bones, half tcaspoonful of nalt and
uiiB.i ..i i-iper. giir, arm allow to poll Hake on a hot griddle. Lemon but
for a few minute: then lot
gently about ten minute. ,
Wioircx eof guitl skirt
and the study of the modern drama
was taken up with Mrs. Joe Bell as
the leader. Israel Zangwill's "The
Melting Pot"' was studied, various
membersof the department giving pa
pers on the .different phases of the
work.. The next lesson will he a study
of Joan d'Arc, with Mrs. Etta Pom
ben as the leader.
Miss Winifred Boyles of Reynolds
and Meigs Kendall, also of Reynolds,
were united in marriage yesterday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock at Longmont,
Col., where Miss Boyles has been vis-
liiiJK Tor ine last lew weens. xuvy
will make their home on a farm near
MISS FRENCH OFFICIAL HOSTESS.
Miss Alice French (Octave Thanet)
of Davenport will -leave Monday for
Des Moines where she w-ill act as offi
cial hostess at the first home coming
of the Press and Authors" club, which
Chamberlain hotel, but while in the city
wili be the guest of honor at many
teas, receptions, dinners, etc. The posi
tion of official hostess is given Miss
French because of the fact that she is
considered one of the most distinguish
ed writers in the state of Iowa.
The study department of the Wom
an's club will meet Monday afternoon
Trinity circle oi i nnuy i.uuiciau
j church. Moline. will conduct a bakery
sale and serve coffee, sanawicnes anu
cake .omorrow anernoon in ns
rooms in the State bank building m
Preserved Wild Grapes Take six
pounds of green- unripe wild grapes
.v. f.. ,. !
1,111, l 111.111 V ' 11 VMl UUC C111C -4 - ' " 1 .
fully remove the seeds. . then put
tiien, jn a uettle of boiling water and
cook one minute. Pour the fruit in a
sieve to drain. In the meantime put
a preserving kettle containing a
pint of water and four pounds of
sugar over the fire; boil a few min
utes, add the grapes and cook ten
minutes: fill into jars to overflowing,
close tightly and set aside. Culti
vated green grapes may be preserved
in the same way.
Peach Leche Cream Pare 'and
slice a dozen peaches and put into a
baking dish ' with plenty of sugar
strewn over them. Set in the ice
chest. Scald a pint of milk and stir
la two tablespoonfuls of cornstarch
wet with cold water. Stir and cooll
and when It begins' to thicken take
from the fire and stir in one table
spoonful of butter. When it is al
most cold stir in the beaten yolks of
three eggs and whip quite light.
Pour the cream over the peaches,
cover with a marlngue made of
whites of five eggs and half a cup
powdered sugar. Hake in a quick
oven. When a nice brown, remove
from the oven and servo it very cold.
Corn Griddle Cakes One quart
grated corn, one cup floor, one cup
milk, one tablespoonful melted but
ter, four eggs, lmlf a teaspoonful
Halt. Beat the eggs separately, add
the yolks to the corn, then the milk,
flour and salt. Beat well and then
carefully tir In the whiten of the
eggs beaten to a dry, white foam.
i..u itiut nri T-ii wnii lllfBC, or
melted butter e.id corn syrup.
A most important
occasion for every wo
man who wants quality,
style, best materials,
workmanship, and lasting sat
Suits, Coats, Skirts
$25 to $50
Youn & McCombs
The Wooltex Store
tKlZ ELIZA3ITH Tr-TVnRSON
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will you
kindly give me a few Ideas as to how
j j oan decorate our rooms at home and
entertain my guests at a Hallowe'en
Pumpkins can be used for the lights
until all the guests are assembled.
Have as much variety in the Jack-o-lanterns
as possible. Cut one to look
iike a Chinaman, with a twisted black
paper cue. Another can be decorated
with feathers for an Indian. If the
rooms are large and there is a double
door, get a small saock of corn or oats
and put- some pumpkins on the floor
beside it. Autumn leaves and grasses
and 'ears of corn braided together
make attractive decorations. Have a
draped ghostly figure stand by the
door to silently welcome the guests.
Put a stick in an old white kid glove
and stuff the glove full of cotton
around the stick. The person who
represents s'-ie ghost is to hold -'he
stick in his hand and shake hands
with the guests. The cold kid glove
gives a distinct s'.iock) in the dim light.
If there is room have a fortune telling
booth. The fortunes can be prepared
beforehand and should be eded with
black. Make them as ridiculous as
possible and put them in envelopes j
and address them to the quests net!
, red back yellow and orange crepe
Tq secure partners for dinner hayey
j H' t i u uostairs. Each has a
! blue hall of worsted. When one is
thrown down all the boys scramble
for it. When one secures it sae calls.
"Who approaches?" The boy mmityTany Cures Reported Daily in
give his name. If he can tell from her! T, T. T
toic-e w hose ball he has she is his ta-1 ToWnS Where lt Is Kn0WD'
ble mate. If the string breaks shej The wonderful cures that are being
will marry no one there. If s.ie drops made by. tnjs rPniarkabl new reaied'
it she will never marry. are aimost bevond belief. A youns
Marriage Sea makes a great deal j ,ady from 0ttmnwa I(!wa or many
of sport. A large dish pan is filled yenrs sufforei frt)m i,ad rase of et
with water. Half walnut shells are the j 2Pma. ner face was a sight to beho'd;
boats. A small end of candle is putialI vrr,i ..irh ri i.i.ifrhe. misrule
in each shell aid lighted. A boy or
girl are given boats. Each must try
o blow 'lis boat across the dish pan
J without blowing out the candle and
i each must try to have his boat arrive
first. If the candle goes out or the
boat is wrecked, there will be trouble
in t ie married life.
Fill a pumpkin with bran. Bury the:
favors some grotesque thing i-t itj
with ribbons attached and hans;insrj
over the edge. The guests pull at the
ribbons and draw out f.ie favors sim
ultaneously. The menu:
Magiciai's wands breadstic-ks.
Sand witches sandwiches.
Demon's delight Salad brought in
in a circle cf nut shells hold'ng flam -
Fortune's w'.ieel Any molded des -
sei" in plain round form decorated
Small Loans a Specialty
If you have furniture or a piano
Our Monev is Yours to Command
in small guns, $10. ISO. $30 And up
long time. Private.
17151-2 Second Avenue.
Open Wednesday and Saturday evening to 9 p. m.
1st to 8th
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with signs of the zodiac in cochineal.
In the dessert are hidden the coin,
the ring and the thimble.
Prophecy cups Tea wtt'i plenty of
grounds for fortune telling.
In the center of the table have
Jack-o-lantern set on a basin, the basin
covered with a ruff of black crepe pv
per. Fasten on a small red apple for
a nose. Around the pumpkin s'and a
row of carrots, the big end fitted witi
candles. Suspend Jack-o-lanterns from
the ceiling also if possible.
A toy tub filled with water in which
apples are floating is decorative aid
the apples can be shot at with bow
and arrow cr bobbed for as of old.
For the Good of the Lawyers.
"Say, pa," inquired young Sylvester
Snodgrass, "what's a test case?"
"A test case, my son," replied tie
senior Snodgrass, "is a case brought
into court to decide whether there's
enough in it to justify lawyers in
working UD -more cases of the same
kind." Ladies' Home Jourual.
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Failing to find relief with doctors and
remedies, she became despondent an
discouraged. Ait?r a few w eeks' treat
ment with Ainolnx the scaly redness
disappeared, pustules healed and she
! was entirely cured. A few months fc-'
iowjs ner lnother wrote that Arnold
iia(j done wonders for her dauglitar.
anw- tUe was married last week Seem
like a fairy taie. doesn't it. let tn
Is the truth. That is only one of b
many cases that are beins rr ported la
towns where Amolox has been intro
duced and its merits have beeotn
known. Amolox is invaluable for fc
zema. psoriasis, acne, tetter, barbers
itch, red nose or any skm afrii-.t"-
j Recommended and guaranteed by her
j nwn O. Rolfs. Your money back if'
j fails to do what wo claim fur it. Tr"
size 50 cents. (Adv.)
R. I. 614.
For a short time or
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