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THE KOCK ISLAND AliC.US. THURSDAY, OCTOHKK 8. 11)14.
i SOCIAL EVENTS
Miss McCandless Bride
of William F. Schulzke
At a beautiful wedding of lat even
in)? Mi?s Florence McCand!"?. daugh
ter of Or. and Mrs. A. H. McCandless.
903 Twenty-third street, became the
bride of WUlia-a II. Schulzke. of M
line, fon of lie v. ar.d Mrs. William
Schulzke of Springfield. 111. The cere
mony took place at S:i'0 o'clock at the
home of the bride, the father of the
groom. Kcv. Wi'.'.I.mi Schulzke perform
ing the ceremony in the pwsci.ce of a
company of !3 guests. Mis Helen
Curbing of Mount Morri. III., a school
mate of the bride, attended her as maid
of honor and CharW Itob.rts of Mo
line was the proora'p host man. At the
hour of the wedding rcrrniony Miss
Josephine Sheldon at i:io l iano !'-'-1
cd the weuam marc.n rrom ix-ner.pr n
as the Drlda.1 party too.t inc:r riaces ia
the living room whore the vows were
taken. Here the mantel was banked
with southern smilax and on either
sido were white pedestals surmounted j
by baskets of p!nk roses, forming an
altar b fore w hich the service w as
Trailing southern smilax and bouquets
and baskets of pink roses were used
i mrougnoui ir.e room 10 rartj out
decorative scheme. In the dicing room
i where the bridal party and the ynun;
people were served with the wedding
supper the table had as Its cer.terplecfc
a large basket filled with pink roses.
The bride made a lovely picture in a
beautiful gown of white crepe meteor
with trimmings of si!k net and chant
illy lace. The gown was made entrain
and the lone tulle veil fashioned into
cap effect, fe'.l to the hem of the skirt.
She carried bride's roses and lilies of
the valley in shower effect. Her at
tendant wore a gown of pale preen
satin with a drap of Spanish lace and
she carried pink roses and maiden hair
After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Schulzke went at once to their new
home which has recently bee-n built at
1611 Twenty-seventh street. Moline.
and which is furnished and ready for
Mrs. Schulzke is a graduate of the'f club membership tickets today at
local hirrh school in the class of 1909
and last June graduated from Lake
Forest university. She was an honor
scholar in her class and was selected
as one of four to take part in, the com
mencement program. She is a mem
ber of tho Sigma Tail sorority and has
large numbers of friends In the
Bed Time Tales
By Clara IngTarn Jndson.
A TINY little f.cM mr.u-e
Gray-coat waked up ciw
ir.g with a stitch in lus siJe.
Not a really truly Mitch mi'le wi'.h a
thread and neeiic. you unJcr-tand, but
one ot those fur.ny. achy l:f.!e pains
that you grt sometimes in your side
when you have slrpt crooked.
"Ouch! that hurts!" he squeaked as
he moved a little t'o quickly.
"What's the matter Cray-coat?"
asked Furry. Furry was his mate
the jo!Iie-t. most industrious little mate
you could pos.-ib!y imacjirre.
"Oh I've got such a dreadful pain
in my side," gruml led Gray-coat, "I
don't believe anyLfdy ever had such
a bad pain before."
j Tut, tut ! 1 hat s a sil.y way to
' talk." said Furry p!.-aar.t!y. "how about
J that time you rrarly ca-.iirl.t your foot
i in a trap? Di'-In't ti.at hurt worse
( than row?'" '
; Gray-coat knew perfectly weTI that
j it did. Lut he didn't like t admit it;
to be juit pre!cndf 1 to be ruMin l.ii
sore side very hard.
I Furry was a verv wNe IittV field
J mouse and she knew ieV.rr t!i.m to
i try to make Cray-cat talk just then,
j "I thjnk the trouUi: is t! at you slept
J crooked on your sidr," she s.ikl.
i "If that's true," arvwere-J 'iray-coat
j cur!y. "then I'm goii to cc II-
' icrrr.t war t - iecp."
Furry iat:-!e-l. "That's a Joke!
, There's no f-U t.'iii.k as a di::ercnt
' way to sleep."
"I'm r.ot ;o sure about that," sail
Gray-coat, "and anyway 1 mea:i to f.nd
out a out ?;?..."
Now just at that vry rrintte w?:o
s!;ou!,l come f.v ti-l their friend Mr.
"Oh Mr. Pat come here," ca!!ed
Furrv. "I want to t-lk to you a min
ute."' "Alright, here I am." answered Mr.
Bat kiT..'.ty (j-'ti sec I t ws always
; very' friendly and nice 1 .-era use he was
' a relative, ' rt cf a sennd cousin of
J the f.cM m:c ). "Only j.ka'e don't
keep me very Ion? hecaue I'm very
j sh-rjiv and it's already way past my
j bed time."
"I won't." declared Cray-roat. "for
' tint's tl .f very thin:? I w.int t'j know
about. How do you skco?"
"How do I sleep?" restate J Mr. Bat
Our Kodak wolkin Overtime
The Autographic feature is great
get without it.
Tell you all about it
Between the Post Office and
Schulzke is a graduate of
I cities. Mr.
the school of arclilteeiuro in me i m-
... . . . i
Iversity of Illinois, a niemtier of the
' tut IL.ttt fr- t nrn i f - mid nX-
sooiated with W. II. Whitsitt. archi
tects In Moline. Ousts rrom out of
the city included Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Schulzke and the Misses Ocrtrude
and Hilda Schulzke of Springfield. pur-
ents ami piston pf the groom. Mr. una
Mrs. Frits Wacner of Chicago. Mrs.
Paker of Morrison. 111.. Mr. and Mrs.
Ceorge Michael and children of Ft.
Paul. Howard McCandless of St. Paul
and the Misses Margaret and Daisy
Clarke of Independence. Iowa. Iiuth
Paul of Perry. Iowa. Marguerite Mar
tin of Watsoka. III.. Mary Hawkins of
Chicago and Winifred Burfield. There
were present 10 schoolmates and
sorority sisters of the bride who were
Misses Clarke. Paul. Martin. Hawkins
and Mrs. Michael. Mrs. Fred Raiis-
back MIss Lei'.ah Iunn and Miss Alice
. Kranlbf ck of Moline. the reunion of
: t!l, vour.K women forming a lovely
feature of the ceremony.
WEDNESDAY CLUB OUTING.
The Wednesday 500 club enjoyed an
outing yesterday, going to the Hotel
Harms for the afternoon pames. Five
prl3 s were given in the 500 pames to
Mrs. Klhsabeth Hough, Mrs. II. Falch,
Mrs. Harry Slater, Mrs. O. K. Hintz
and Mrs. Huber of Davenport. A
course dinner was served at the con
clusion of play and the club was in
vited to meet with Mrs. Harry Slater,
61 1 1-2 Nineteenth street, Tuesday,
HOSTESS TO JOLLY NINE.
Mrs. J. R. Brooks at her home 4002
Seventh avenue acted a hostess to the
Jolly Nine club yesterday afternoon,
entertaining at her home. The pame
of 00 was played and Mrs. W. K.
Keefer, Mrs. Kate Mohr and Mrs.
Georpe Ohpe were the prize winners.
A deliphtful course lunch was served
before the afternoon's close. Mrs.
Ohpe will enterta'n the club in two
REGISTRAR WILL ISSUE TICKETS.
Miss Clara Whitman, registrar of
the Woman's club, began the issuing
h" public library. She will be at the
library a;ain Saturday afternoon from
1 to 5 o'clock and members are urged
to call and pay their dues and re
ceive their membership tickets. Those
desiring to become n'-embers of the
club are asked to make application to
tri-jthe recording secretary, Mrs. W. A,
in surpme. "Why I sleep all day, I
sleep with mv eves tinh'. thut."
"That's not what l.c means," ex
plained Furry'- "You sec he has a pain
in his side from lyin? crooked and he
wants to know if you can tell him a
hotter way to sleep."
"Oh Mr. DjI, come litre.
"So, so!" said Mr. Bat understanding!;.-,
"so that's what you want! Well,
you have surely come to the right per
son. I can show you a much better
way to slep t'.an curling yourseit up
into a ball as you do!
"Now !ok at me this is the really
comfortable wav t sleep!"
Cray-coat and Furry followed Mr.
Bat into the dusky hollow to an .ld
stump. And v. ht
lie did there?
do you suppose J
He hunij himself tip on the side of
the wal! ! Hung himself up by his
toe- head down!
"That is the only comfortable way to
sce,i." l;e declared and he promptly
Furry and Gray-coat looked on with
"That may be the bct way for him."
Slid Gray-coat. "But for me. I'll lay
down on the soft bark tr crass even
if I do sleep crooked sometimes!"
Tomorrczi' The SunfloZL-er's Story.
Lots of things
when we get back
ISOO SECOND AVENUE.
week in order that the club board may
act on the .application before the firt
meeting of the club which will bo held
Oct. 17. Applications may also be left
with Miss Whitman at the library Sat
urday and the will give them to the
Club dues are fl a year and the in
itiation fee Is alto $1. which or ourse
must be paid only by those enuring
the flub this year.
CRACKERJACKS HAVE MEETING.
The Crackerjacks were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lundberg.
1C04 Eighteenth avenue, last evening.
Dinner was served at i o ciock anu
tho members were all present. Hal
low'ecn decorations were used In trim
ming the house and dining table. Ears
of corn wore hung about the walls
from the chandelier was Mispended a
largo pumpkin. The table centerpiece
was a basket filled with nasturtiums
and the place cards were suggestive
of Hallowe'en. Games were played nf
ter dinner and prizes in the contests
w ere given to E. H. Pietcher. t rank
Patterson and Mrs. Will Kith. The
November meeting of the club wiil be
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis J. Stafford, 1203 Fourtecnth
and a half street.
ENDOWMENT FUND SOCIETY.
Miss Milicent Spencer acted as the
hostess to the Endowment Fund so
ciety of Augustana college, entertain
ing yesterday afternoon ot her home
703" Twentieth street. Thirty-five or
the ladies attended and spent a most
deliphtful afternoon. The program
consisted of a paper on kindergartens
given by Mrs. E. O. Vaile, Jr.. which
was fp'.t-ndidly prepared ar.d contain
ed much that was interesting and in
structive. A very pleasant social
time was enjoyed and the hostess
served a delicious lunch. At the busi
ness session the matter of purchasing
tiie Bethany Home property as do
mestic science school for the college
in n nfkcontH Kir T'mf A nflruu'
! t i . i . .i . : 1 1
ntruijjt?, uui ueuiii hiis utierrcu nil a
IMMANUEL'S SOCIETY WITH MRS.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Ger
man lmmanuel s Lutheran church en
joyed the aftemron yesterday as the
guests of Mrs. W. Brunswig on Tenth
street. After a short business session
the ladies spent a social time and they
were erved with refreshments. The
November meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. J. F. Mot-ller on Six
TRINITY GUILD WITH MRS.
Mrs. Custer, 1317 Fijah avenue, act
led as hostess to Trinity guild of Trin
i ity Episcopal church yesterday after-
i.oon. many of the ladles attending and
spending the time with their sewing.
Refreshments were sorved during the
afternoon. Mrs. Wich, 27 Twenty
second street, will be tho hostess next
JUNIORS MISSION MEETING.
The Juniors of South Park Presby
terian church held a mission meeting
yesterday at tne cliurcn whicn was
attended by 45 of the members. The
general topic was on a mission station
at San Juan, Porto Rico, where a hos
pital has been established and which
the Juniors help support. Kach of the
members brouKht post cards which
were pasted on long ribbons to be sent
as Christmas gifts to the children In
th : hospital. One of the ribbon of
cards was given to a little boy who is
in the hospital in this city, a commit
tee carrying the gift and a potted plant
to him. A candle drill was given by
ten little girls, illustrating the spread
ing of missionary zeal, completing an
O. E. S. HONOR MRS. EDWARDS.
Mrs. Klla Kd wards of Moline. worthy
matron of the Moline chapter, was
honored yesterday by the grand chap
ter O. K. S., in .session at Peoria with
tiio position of Grand Adah, and thn
installation ceremonies will be held
this evening. Members of the O. K. S.
v ho attended from this city and .Mo
line were Mrs. Cora Schillinger. Mrs.
If. S. Bollmaa. ?.Irs. Edward Kreis,
Mrs. Belle Morgan, Mrs. E'ila Edwards.
Mrs. E. W. Fisher and Mrs. Rose Mc
Kinlev. HOSTESS PRENUPTIAL DINNER
Miss Agues Schillinger at her home
2iW Thirteenth avenue entertained at
a dinner party yesterday evening in
honor of M'sB Alice Swann and Glenn
Chapman whose marriage is an event
of tho mouth. Covers were laid for
m lame ana a iour coursp i
lunch was served. The tablo center
piece was a larce out glass bowl fill
ed with white carnations and tied wJih
blue Kulle. Hand tinted place cards
were in cupid designs. Musical num-
we would be sure to for-
Sohaefior. before Tutr'day
Of Holding's guaranteed satin in
all this sason'B new- (J" (Q
est shades, for 2 day8VA'U
im x anoreu w aists
I A tableful of slightly soiled
I ' I I .... I tl nl...a nlnmi lilt
111 11 1 1 OlCl B, IV l.M'.i.
'! Satunljv OO
Another splendid bargain for 2
days good style white waists,
worth to $2.50, QQf
on sale at UO
More Waists Bargains
Tlt? A tableful of choice lingerie TH?
blouses that formerly
$1.00 and $1.25, for
these two days
The new black velvet Jockey
caps for girls and misses, now
all the rage, selling here QQ
at $1.25 and
bers were enjoyed and the game ot
500 was played informally after t'ae
serving of dinner.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT PROGRAM
The music department of the Moline
Woman'j club gave the first program
of . t'te season yesterday afternoon
with Mrs. It. S. Blakemore and Mrs.
If. 1. Bullen as hostesses at ilie home
of tho latter 1021 Seventh street, Mo
line. Tho following numbers were
Soirees do Vienno (Shubert) Mrs.
Claxie B. Foster.
Voice: Serenade; Du bist die Ruh;
Tho Young Xun (Schubert) Miss Vir
Sonata, first and second movements
(Beethoven) MJss Naomi Johnson,
Vnfinished Symphony (Schubert)
Miss Marjorie Head, Miss Blanche AI
brecht. The literary part of the program
w as in charge of Mrs. D. A. Babcock
with papers by Mrs. Bryon Skidmore,
Miss OtiCamp and Mrs. U. L. Baker
who gave sketches of the three com
posers, Beethoven, Schubert and
Miss Anna M. -Carlson, daughter
of Mr. r.nd Mrs. A. J. Carlson, 1414
Fourtecth and a half street and Mar
ion F. Carnp. son of CIr. and Mrs.
P. t. Camp. 7l'l Twelfth street, were
united in marriage yesterday morn
ing at the parsonage of the Second
Congregational church, Moline, Rev.
A. S. Haney officiating. The bride was
unattended. After the ceremony they
left for a wedding trip and upon their
return will reside in this city. The
groom is a carpenter by trade and
h's bride has been employed as
The board of trustees of the United
Presbyterian church will hold a called
meeting this evening at 8 o'clock in
The October coffee partv of the In
dies' Aid society of the First Baptist
cnurcn win be held tomorrow after
noon at the home of Mrs. J. J. Ingram,
705 Seventeenth street.
Tho Christian woman's board of
missions of Memorial Christian church
will meet tomorrow afternoon with
Mrs. W. B. Stine, 110S Twelfth street.
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The HecHipe on TJte Qrner
Second and Urady Sts.. Dabenport
The arrival of .new garments daily keeps up the
usual interest in
This Favorite Wearing Apparel Si ore
for Women and Children.
TTi 'r -v n - 1
HER SYMPATHIES .
WITH THE ALLIES
Queen Elena of Italy.
Queen Elena, of Italy, upon whose
country the eyes of the world are at
present focussed, has every reason to
throw her sympathies with the allies
in the present war. She is a daughter
a I r.f T." i T-i o. X i fli i c nf Mnntpnpirrn !nrt
her sister is the wife of Grand Duke
Nicholas, the commander in chief of
the Russian army.
The "Slav Queen of Italy," as she
is called, by her influence has done
much to keep Italy from fighting on
the side of Austria and Germany; and
because of her personal admiration
! for the domestic virtues of the Ger-'
man kaiser has made every effort to
prevent her nation from fighting the
THINGS WORTH KNOWING
Try browning the meringues on
pies by placing them In the broiling
oven under the gas flame.
Faed ycur chickens on raw onions
cut up tine. It Is to them green food
and it helps to avoid sickness anions
the flock in winter.
When in a hurry to iron dry clothes,
tprinkle them with very hot water,
or use cold water and wrap them In
a bath towed, placing them in a mod:
erately hot oven: In either case they
will be ready for the iron within half
. .Tomato Butter Seven pounds ripe
tomatoes, three pounds brown sugar,
two cups strong vinegar, ounce cin
namon, one ounce cloves. Boil three
hours. This will make just two quarts
and will keep w ithout sealing.
Chili Sauce Doll fourteen toma
toes (peeled), thrca onions, one green
pepner (chopped). Boil two or three
hours, add three-fourths cup vinegar,
half teaspoon cloves, one teaspoon
allspice, one f.easpoon cinnahon, oin
teaspoon salt. Boil all together one
Baked Pears Wipe, quarter and'
core pears. Put in a deep pudding-
dish, sprinkle -with sugar or add a
small qn'inlty of molasses, then add
water to prevent tl)e pears from
burning. Cover and cook two or
three hours in a very slow oven.
Small pears may ibo baked whole.
Seckel pears aro delicious when
DakeJ Quinces Wipe, quarter, core
and pare eight quinces. Put in a bak
ing dish, snriukle wlt'i three-fourths
cup of fugar, add ona and one-halt
cups of water, cover and cook until
fcoft in u slow oven. Quinces require
a long time for cooking.
Raised Apple Biscuit Scald one
cup of milk, add one teaspoonful o
sugar and ono tablospoonful of but
It is reallv remarkable the number fr
of women who daily return here for
final selection after looking over all
the various stocks in the tri-eities.
Our beautiful garments are the de
light of every person who sees them.
Assortments of course, are the larg
est to be found anywhere and this
store has sold readv-to-wear crar-
loner to permit of any ques-
the st3le, materials or
Our stock is so varied and com
plete in every line that we cannot at
tempt to go into details but we can
assure you that whatever you need,
we can meet your demands as to
quality and beat your expectations
as to price.
ft h s b 1 1 y n Z"&rev
fas elizasitw ruP3qciKl-,
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Please
give me a list of games to play at a
(2) What would be an inexpensive
(3) What would be all right for
(4) How can I write invitations?
(5) How would be a nice way to
(1) About a week ago I gave a
number of games for Hallowe'en.
(2) Pumpkin pie and cider would
(3) Instead of farors take peanuts
out of the shells by splitting. Write a
simple fortune on a thin paper some
times a single word is used, as blond,
brunette or strawberry blond, wealth,
etc. Paste the shells together with
ends or ribbons inside. Bury the
nuts in bran in a hollow pumpkin,
having the ribbons hanging out over
the top. Pass this to the guest, or
you could have little brownies, owls,
bats etc. they are very cheap
fastened to the ribbons in the pump
kin. (4) Cut out a witch on a broom
from black paper and paste in cor
ner of card or draw a death's head.
At the top print: "Leave hope be
hind, who enters here. At the
witches' den on All Saints night will
be a gathering of the clan. You are
summoned to appear. Come mask
ed." Street and number, hour. R.
S. U. P. if you wish to add it.
(5) Unmask when the clock strike:!
12 just before luncheon is served.
Answer to Anxious: Most of your
questions are answered above. Write
invitations ten days or two weeks
ahead of time so as to be sure of
your guests and allow time to get
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) How
shall I decorate my rooms for Hal
lowe'en? (2) Please give a good way to
(1) Decorate with corn, wheat,
oats, autumn leaves, strings of ap
ples or' cranberries. Light with
jack o-lanterns and candles. Have a
witch's den for telling fortunes.
(2) Any book on palmistry will
give you ideas enough with very
ter; let cool. Add one-half cake ot
yeast dissolved in warm water, cne
teaspoonful of salt and one cup of
flour. Let "rise; add cup of apples,
pared ' and grated, and one cup ot
flour sifted with one-half teaspoon
ful of soda. Let rise for one hour.
Shape Into two flat cakes, let them
double their Tjulk, bake in hot oven,
split while hot and butter. Serve
hot with sugar and butter.
Quince Honey Pare and grate five
large quinces. To one pint of boiling
water add five pounds of sugar. Stir
over the fire until the sugar is dis
solved, add the quince, and cook fif
teen of twenty minutes. Turn Into
glasses. When cooked it should be.
about the color and consistency ot
Scalloped Oysters Pound rusked
bread or crackers fine; butter scallop
shells or tins, sprinkle on the bread
crumbs, then put a layer of oysters,
a small lump of butter, pepper, snlt
and a little oyster juice, then an
other layer of crumbs, then oysters,
and so on until s'lells are filled, hav-l
ing a layer of crumbs oa the top
Hake -a little brown.
Stewed Oysters. Strain oyster li
quor, rinse bits of shells of oysters,
then turn liquor back on to oysters,
and put them Into a stewpan, set
where they will boil up, then turr.
them onto buttered toast; salt, pep
per and but-ar to taste.
To Fry Oysters Take those tt
are large, dip them intc beat on eggs,
then in flour or tine I read rumba
fry in lard till a lig.'n brown. They
will keep good for several months
if fried when first caught, salted und
peppered, thea put Into a bottle and
and Saturday "
Black and colors A good well
made petticoat for every day
wear. Friday and OO
A rackful of good wool !
skirts in plain colors and Q-f
plaids, for two days tj)x
Cover All Aprons
Another shipment of those big
full length coverall aprons for
Friday and jq
Of good quality striped ging
hams, well made, extra O"
sizes. 89c: resrular sizes tJt.'i
special jot j-nnay una Saturday
Black velvet shapes in dozens
of newest effects.
Our regular priced $1.00 Ger
man velvet hat n
Our regular priced $1.50 and
$1.75 velvet hat Q- rjA
THE. 'BEE HIVE
little study. "Matrimonial sea" was
described about a week ago.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1)1 am ia
love with a boy a year older than
myself and am sure he loves me.
Would it be proper for me to ask
him to call or should he ask per
mission? (2) I am 17. Am I too young to go
out vith this boy if my mother does
(3) My cousin says I am too old to
wear my hair down my back, but I In
sist that I am not. Do you think I am?
If so, please tell me how to fix it.
(4) Would it be wrong for me to
wear his picture in my locket?
(1) My dear little girl, I cannot quite
understand how you can be in love
with a young man who Is not a call
ing acquaintance and if a young
man is in love with you he certainly
would ask to call. Never ask a
young man to call on you except in a
very genial way, as "Come over
some evening." Then he will ask
for a particular evening if he wishes
(2) If your parents do not object
there is no reason why you should
not go out with him, if you come
home at a reasonable hour.
(3) A girl who is old enough to
go out in company with a young
man is old enough to do up her hair.
I cannot tell what style of hair dress
ing would be becoming to you with
out seeing you. Pomping is becoming
to most young girls.
(4) I wOuld not wear the picture
of a young man in my locket unless
I was e'ngaged to him, my dear. You
want to avoid giving him or any one
the impression that you are in love
with him before he has asked you
for that love, and you have given
him your promise to marry him. You
are much too young to think of
marriage. You are not old enough
yet to know what kind of a man you
want for a husband.
corked tight. Whenever they are to
be eaten, warm them in a little wa
ter. Liver, Bacon and Potatoes In
baking dish place strips of bacon,
and then a layer of liver. Then slice
in as many potatoes as wanted (raw).
On the potatoes put a layer of liver
and a layer of bacan en ton. Bake
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