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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1914.
PROGRAM ZOELLNER QUARTET.
The program has boon announced
that mill be Riven hy the Zoellner
string quartet at the Moline theaire,
Tuesday evening. Nov. 17. ait the first
number in the artists course under
the auspices of the Moline Mu?ie
Teachers' association. The person
Bel of the quartet 1 Antionctte Zoeli
ner. violin: Amandus Zoeller. violin:
Joseph Zoellner. Sr.. viola, and Joseph
Zoellner. Jr.. vlolincello, members of
one family ho have brought to re
markable perfection ensemble playing
cf chamber music. The program fol
low: Quartet. Op. IS. No. 2 (In four move-
Allegro molto quasi presto.
a) Canronette from Concert. Op.
(b) Theme with Variations
Quartet, Op. 13 (two movements)
fMverttmento, Op. 42. for two violins
and piano H. Norene
Scherzo Allegro Vivace Assal.
Intermezzo Andante Cantabile.
Finale, Allegro Vivace.
(Piano part by Joseph Zoellner. Jr.)
(a) Elegie Arthur Nevin
(b) Genuius Loci Them
(c) Scherzo Cherubini
EIGHTY COUPLES ATTEND PROM
N. V.. and for a number of years has
been a teacher in the local school.
Mr. Tonkin has been employed for sev
eral years by Henry Dart Sons,
LADIES OF MODERN MACCABEES
T.e Ladies of the Modern Macca
bees of the three cities held Joint In
stallation of officers at Swedish Olive
hall. Moline. last evening. Deputy
Great Commander Mrs. Nora.- Cate
of I'aw Taw. Mich., acted ns the great
installing officer, and Mrs. 1 H. Beck
with of this city was the great mis
tress at arms. The officer of Island
City hive No. 87". the local organiza
tion, are as follows:
Commander Mrs. Lillian Kerns.
Past Commander Mrs. Jane Gul
denzopf. Lieutenant Commander Mrs. May
Chaplain Mrs. Berna Holmes.
Finance Record Keeper Mrs. Lu
Mistress at Arms Mr. L. H. Beck
with. Sergeant Mr. Gertrude Wynn.
Sentinel Mrs. Ida Smith.
Each of the respective hive in the
three cities also installed officers. At
the close of the installation ceremon
ies the ladies served a repast and en
joyed a social time.
t-vis li zsztu TwynP-saw
Helen Mosenfolder, a December bride.
The luncheon was served In the
square dining room where the table
had a a centerpiece a pyramid of
yellow and white chrysanthemum ar
ranged with a tall crystal vase in the rjear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I am
center surrounded by small vases A J? r8 old , nave a boy friend of
pln-la nr riinn p in crvsia, liuiiltri n
with yellow and white shade com
pleted the centerpiece. The place
cards were also core cards none in
yellow and white daisies. Auction
bridge followed the luncheon and
prizes were given to Miss Leon Has
and Miss Frances Mueller. Mis Mary
Meade of Eric. Pa., who is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. T. J. Stebbins, was an
out of town guesL
j The next
FORWARD SOCIETY FIXES DATE
At a meeting or the Forward soci
ety of Grace Lutheran church held
last evening in the home of Miss Anna
Tedell, 1446 Eleventh street, Moline,
plans were made for the Christmas
a l- .1 . . of IlnP R the
The first of a winter series of prom I . . . ln th cnurch Dar-
nuaii v j -
lors. The member spent the even
ing sewing in preparation for this af
fair and during a social hour they
were served with a nice lunch. Miss
Esther Johnson of this city will be
the next hostess.
A business session of the Loyal
Daughters of the Fifteenth Avenue
Christian church was held last even
ing. Miss Nina Hamp. l.l-'O Thirty
ninth street, acting as the hostess. A
social hour followed and a nice lunch
! the same age. We lived neighbors.
but he went to a city and I went to
another place. He wrote to me for
about three months and then quit. He
was visiting our home town and he
aniA that lie wouldn't write to me any
more. Do you suppose he doesn't care following: 1 dram white soap pow
, Hor is drnns violet water, white or
IUI lilt? ttllj HIUIC. I ' , .
(2) What makes the face break! one egg beaten stiff. 1 tablespoon not
out? How can this be cured water. To make waves, weave the
3t What is good and harmless to strands of hair in and out around tne
tsofift the hair curlv and lluffv a long ! fingers till it dries,
tlme (4) Rub vaseline into the eye-
iBshn with the balls of
41 n Hill la kuuu 1 1 j inane j ...
eyebrows and eyelashes?
CLEAR $60 FROM SALE.
The ladies of the Altar society of
St. Joseph' Catholic church conduct
ed a very successful and enjoyable
coffee and sale at the home of Mrs. J.
W. Jones. 287 Fifteenth street, yes-
terdav afternoon, clearing approxl
mately $60 from
articles, aprons, rugs
A LITTLE ORPHAN GIRL.
(1) My dear girl, the boy evident
ly does not care for you. Forget
1.1m. You are too young to be keen
ing compiny with boy
circumstance. If you had a mother
iu the l-.ome and could invite young
people thee under her care, that
would be different. I wish I could
help you, for an orphan needs help.
You must be very careful not to do
anything that would cause a shadow
to be cast over your name. You
the sale of fancy r.ave no inoiner 10 neip you. opena
etc. The host-! your evcr:ngs reading ana studying;
had trimmed her house with love- j try to imptove yourself. When you
dancing parties was he'd last evening
at the New Harper. SO couples attend
ing and enjoying the affair. The new
dances are given entirely except upon
for the waltz and two step.
party will be heid Tuesday,
at the New Harper.
Mis Marie Louise Yeomans. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Yeomans,
was united in marriage at 3:30 o'clock
K. C. DINNER-DANCE.
Ixiras council. Knights of Columbus,
entertained at the November party
yesterday at the Davenport Outing
club, SO tri-city people taking dinner
tais artornoon to av. j. Tonkin or this together in the early evening. Later
city. Dr. H. W. Reed of the First Bap- comDanv of about 300 Joined them
tlst church performing the ceremony for tMe dance program and card games,
at tne home
of t ie bride s parents, j pr;ZPB -n the latter being awarded theje
avenue. Only inmedi-. w inners. The lodge will entertain at : n
ate relatives comprised the wediing
The bride wore a tailored traveling
suit cf blue imported material with
bodice of white crepe de chien and
lace and a hat of blue velvet. She
carried a formal bouquet of white
rose and lilies of t'le val'ey.
Mr. and Mrs. To;ikin left immedi
ately after the ceremony for Chicago;
end . other points. T!io bride
a Christmas party during the holiday
season and will make of it quite an
PARTY TO HONOR BRIDES.
Mrs. William Theophilus of Daven
port entertained 26 young women yes
tirday afternoon at the Davenport
ly yellow chrysanthemums and roses
and made it attractive and pretty.
The committee in charge of the sale
headed by the society president. Mrs.
D. V. Coleman, is: Mesdames Grace
LaVelle, Patrick Carey, Charles Tonn,
Charles Donovan, Repine, Auld and
ATTEND INSPECTION IN MOLINE,
Members of Colonel Brackett circle.
Ladies of the G. A. R.. went to Moline
yesterday to attend the inspection of
Wellington Wood circle and Gettys
burg circle. Ladies of the G. A. R.,
conducted by the state inspector. Mrs.
Lucy Hoff of Chicago. The latter cir
cle inspection was held at Masonic
hall and following the work the ladies
were invited to remain for a social
time and they were served with a de
licious lunch. The regular meeting of
Colonel Brackett circle will be held
est Tuesday In the Memorial hall In
the court house.
are older you will . De aoie to go in
company r nd know how to take care
(2) A poor digestion Is apt to
make the face break out, or it might
be other trouble that needs a doc
tor's attention. Peroxide soap is the
best thing you could use to cure the
eruption, but nothing will prevent
the return of the pimples unless the
cause Is removed
the fineers. That is the most neipiui
thing, as it strengthens the roots of
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I have been
under the j going with a young nion foi some
time, but he got too famh'ar. wnen
we went riding he insisted on putting
his arm around me. Tha rext time
he asked me to go riding I refused
and told him the reason, iater he
invited me to go to a party with
him. As there would be no charfce
for any familiarity I accepted. 1
got all ready and he never appeared,
nor did he explain his failure to keep
the appointment. What can I do to
get even witlf him?
My dear, there is nothing you can
do. It is a piece of spite work and
you could not retaliate without com
ing down to his level. That, I am
sure, you would be ui-willing- to do.
Thank your stars that you are well
rid of anyone with that nature. He
was determined he wocld be the one
to do the "turning down." He lacked
Mrs. Skomal Special
Princess Tapestry Painting-
will be in our Art Goods De
partment Thursday afternoon
and Friday afternoon.
If you are interested in this fascinating paint
ing work, come here tomorrow and let Mrs. Sko
mal explain how you may take lessons without
cost absolutely FREE.
(3) To keep hair in curl use the every element of chiva'ry
Long. 619 Twenty-third street. In ad
ditlon to the members the circle had
as guests the patronesses, Mrs. W. H.
Marshall and Miss Annie Montgomery
and Rev. J. E. Wilson. At the business
session the circle decided to discon
tinue giving aid to a deaf and dumb
girl whom it has been assisting
and whom the county is now provid
ing for, and to turn its aid to some
:-! Davenport, formerly Miss Alice Swann.
Fourteen girl friends were the guests
of the evening and they were enter
tained with games and contests in
which the prizes were won by Miss
Minnie Quayle, Miss Edna Starofsky,
Mrs. Charles Berger of Marshalltown,
Iowa, and Miss Margaret Bauer of
Moline. Blue and pink were used to
decorate, carrying out the colors used
whom that person shall be. The pro
gram was given by Miss Montgomery
FORTNIGHTLY CIRCLE WITH MRS. ! who spoke on Mexico and Miss Beryl
SEBELIUS. j Tltterington, who told of New Mexico,
Members or the Fortnightly Reading and also spoke on the origin of the
circle were yesterday the guests ofjname of the circle. Miss Helen Mills
Mrs. S. J. Sebeiius. 617 Forty-fourth j having been a member of the Broad-
I fit r pet. Mrs. F T Anderson continued I rnnmaiffltiAn fn- monv x-i -c QVic
Outing club at a post nuptial courtesy i j;r, u v,i, ' . , jJA-
-. i u . ..., ,n read,nB r ,he book. Making Over told of her rife work and the reasons
for Mrs. Leon Mass and as a prenup- .. Qr,H h, sri.cam ' v.
s a.tial attention for Miss Kathrjn Rob-, .,. ii. ., ,..oh h, u- I ,
i ... . . i i : j .-. . .
a committee to report on i at tne weddings oi me unueo.
lunch was served and favors were
crocheted nut baskets.
r-adua'e f Oxford academy. OxforJ. belts, a bride of Nov. 21, and Miss;T Anderson, 917 Nineteenth
Wr0l&A iy!1 Slates
j - v - - - - ....... v rf at-1 , me nu t huh yiviu& du
I will entertain in two weeks. i successful, according to the new nlan
I of holding evening sessions, that the
MRS. rule will be hereafter followed. Miss
will be the next
VESTMENT GUILD WITH
HOUDER. i Gertrude Bennett
The Vestment guild of Trinity fcpis- j hostess.
copal church held a social meeting yes-1
terday, Mrs. J. W. Houder. 832 Nlne-l THREE G. CLUB ENTERTAINED,
teenth street, acting as the hostess. Mrs. Joseph Bodeen at her beautiful
The afternoon was passed in an in-ncW home on Seventh avenue and
formal social way and a lunch was ' Thirty-fifth street, yesterday afternoon
servea Deiore us close. entertained the Thrpe fi rluh. all the
members attending and passing a de-
MIDDY MAIDENS WITH MISS GEIS
EKER. Miss Ruth Geiseker, at her home on
Twenty-fourth street and Eighth and a
half avenue, entertained the Middy
Maidens last evening, the young wom
en spending the evening with their
sewing and with games. Later in the
evening a three course supper was
Eerved, pink and white flowers being
used as table decorations. Miss Alma
Gotsch will be the next club hostess.
entertaining next Tuesday evening at
her horns in South Rock Island.
Mrs. Drury, our special Instructor in Fancy Goods,
will hold her regular classes Friday afternoon and
Saturday Morning the Children's Class will
meet as usual does your girl belong to this
class? Why not have her join?
Young & McCombs
BUSY BEE SALE CLEARS $40.
lightful afternoon. Chrysanthemums
ine misy nee shewing circle con-;were used to trim the house and in
jduited a sale or rancy articles, rugs. ' the dining room where a lunch was
j aprons, etc.. at Odd Fellows' hall yes- served. Thanksgiving novelties were
jterday afternoon from which it:ced. The ladies spent the afternoon
cleared $40. During the time of tlie!wjth their sewing and chatting, ad
jsale lunch was served, large numbers ! journing in the late dav to meet Dec.
of people attending during the after- 15 with Mrs. Karl Cameron,
i noon. There are still a number of
iari:cies irit irom tne sale ana tlie.-ie , HOSTESS POSTNUPTIAL
I win tie disposed or later.
POST NUPTIAL PARTY FOR MRS.
. BRASH AR.
Miss Ruth bra Dunham at her home
1 2936 Fifth avenue, entertained at a
pretty party last evening in honor of
Mrs. Roy Brashar, whose marriage
was an event of last month and who
before her marriage was Miss Edith
Roberts. Ten intimate friends of the
THINGSx WORTH KNOWING.
A little oxalic acid dissolved in
boiling water is excellent for remov
ing rust, fruit stains, etc., from white
goods. Let the fabric .stand for a
few minutes in the solution when
boiling hot, then wring out and rinse !
in clear water.
Castor oil is an effective brass
polish for use on jardinieres, stands,
beds and all articles of brass. First
wash article with a good white soap
and warm water to get dust off, then
dry with a soft cloth (I use flannel).
Then apply the castor oil, just a
litt'.e on a flannel, and polish dry.
The oil is to give the brass a good
polish after it's washed; it doesn't
scratch or injure lacguer, like some
pclirhes do. Have tried this with
To remove rust from ironware,
cover rusted article with grease and
set it in a hot oven for half an hour.
Afterwards wash with soap and
water and the rust will be removed.
BREAD AND MUFFINS.
Whole Wheat Muffins Stir to
gether one pint new milk and one
honoree were the guests of the even- pint graham or "entire wheat" flour,
ing and they were entertained with Add one beaten egg and bake in hot
musical numbers by Miss Bessie KI1
patrick and Miss Stella Coyne and
readings by Mrs. Faye 'Hough-McCarthy.
A two course lunch was
i RprvpH thp wertHine' nlnpc tlie
1 ,V,,rVnn,St Qua.',e: her8eI' a bride bride, yellow and white, being carried
I or the fall entertained yesterday even-1 ut jn ie courseSi and ,n the table
. inp t nor nnmo r.fi Thlrtv.Rinth 1 .
Th lt mont-ny f ih. vrtn...io.. ' . . ' - ----- aeroraiions. Airs, urasnar was
. " uron. at a postnuptial courtesy tor .
iiu was P,a ycsirruay at tne Mp rarl Tt.nner fprmlv
,500 CLUB WITH MRS. LINDVALL. '
home of Mrs. Gus Mndrall in Moline. J Hu8Si and Mrs. Glonn chapman of
i e lbu Willi an aluminum rnasipr sir a
Miss Jiiliai::, ,,.
I TJie usual three tables of 5nn were!
(played and prizes were given to Mrs. j
Micdke Mid Mrs. David Larson. Tl;ei
; hostess served a nice lunch at the con. 1
j i Listen of the games. The club did I
j not reorganize yesterday, but may do
Miss Margaret Gannon, daughter of
Air. ana Airs. m. j. uannon ot Daven-
What the War Teaches. iporl ana an'ei uaDatr; ot this city
Every life has its critical moments. I wero unid in marriage yesterday
i s.i a: a meeting to be held next mont'.i. i There are times when a man's health I mornnR at 10 o'clock. Judge Benja
For Fryng -For3 Sb ortenfng
For Cake Making
is used by
i is staked upon the care he gives to it
O. E. S. CIRCLE WITH MRS. MATTI-j within a few hours. His system may
SON- j be run down, blood laden with bilious
The O. E. S. Sewing circle held a j poison and lungs or skin affected,
largely attended work meeting yester- j Twenty-four hours after you start
day at the home cf Mrs. Spencer Mat-to take Dr. Pierces Golden Medical
tison. 1037 Nineteenth street. The ! Discovery, poisonous matter and blood
ladies busied themselves with sewing j impurities begin to leave vour body
and enjoyed a pleasant social time i through the liver, bowels, kidneys and
when they were served with a lunch' skin.
Th" .ircle will meet In two weeks in So powerfully penetrating is this
the Masonic temple. purely vegetable remedy that through
; the circulation of the blooa it reaches
W. C. T. U. ENTERTAINS WITH j every fibre, muscle and joint, dissolves
rnjnrm. ,ne poisonous secretions
A joint meeting of the Central. West) them out of the body.
mm Bell officiating at the service. A
company of friends of the couple
was present at the ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. Babatz have gone to housekeep
ing at OL'tJ l-i Twentieth street. Mr.
Babatz is employed as a clerk in the
McDole Sc Richardson cigar s-tore. He
is a professional roller skater and has
appeared with success on the vaude
ville siage iu past seasons.
muffin rings. Salt must not be used
with any bread that is made light
One-Egg Muffins One can make
a dozen large muffins using the fol
lowing recipe: Two cups flour, two
teaspoons baking powder, three
tablespoons sugar. Sift dry in
gredients, then add one and one-
quarter cups of cold milk, one table
spoon melted butter. Beat one egg
in the milk and melted butter; after
stirring all together (not mixing it
very much), bake in very hot oven
in muffin rings. These muffins serv
ed with jam and tea or coffee will
make a nice light lunch for a tea
circle or card party.
Quick Graham-Raisin Bread Two!
cups graham flour, one cup sour
mug, one-half cup molasses, two
tablespoons sugar, one cup raisins.
Mix well and bake 40 minutes in
Tanned Oysters With Toast Sep
arate the oysters and juice, let juice
come to a boil, add butter size of an
Tl.n T .. . vi ... . '
f " l Norway wm meet egf?. salt and pepper to taste. When
aanuuuu Him AITS. JaCOD 1
and drives " "gers. tenth street
. Students Of Domestic Science go decpIV into tne inves- ;'-' ami mhi woman s t nristlan Tem-I U brings new activity to the liver.
Their analVSlS IS i J'"-7 in uie par stomach and bowels in a short time.
....e 1,1 ru.i i-nurcii yesier-; tnus causing sallowness, indigestion
I il ir -.r,n .. a . . : I
nu. rt-iireseaiauon and constipation to disappear.
tis-ation of different food products.
careful and sure. They consider food values, purity,
healthfulness and cost. The use of Crisco by the Domes
tic Science Institutions and departments of schools proves
its importance in cooking.
The study of Crisco will prove interesting to you, and its
use helpful in enabling you to provide your family with
more delicious and digestible foods.
....hi icn socieiy attending. Dr. H. lt enters the tiny blood vessels of
. iteea conuuetea tne opening devo-,the skin, bringing with it fresh vital
tional services and gave a short talk j lzed blood, and abiding faith in its
cn the Importance of signing the tern-; wondfrful cleansinc Dower has come
boiling, add oysters, cook till ovsters
, . .c abKea xo aenu as tnere , nnd buttered well. Cover each slice
k r .V - io come j 0f toast with the panned oysters and
before the society. serve hot
The first "club night" at the Rock I Eggplant Fritters Peel and cut
Island club will be held tomorrow j an eggplant into small pieces and
evening when informal dancing will be) cook in salt water until sufficients
enjoyed from S to 12 o'clock. A light tender to press through a sieve Arid
a little butter, white pepper and salt.
mon (if you like), a large teaspoon
soda, one egg. pinch of salt and two
cups flour. Bake in dripping pan.
Boiling water should be added last
thing. The mixture will be very
thin, but when baked will be light
and spongy. Cut into squares with
a hot knife while warm.
Ice Box Cake Two cakes Ger
man sweet chocolate, two table
spoons powdered sugar, two table
spoons hot water, six eggs, one doz
en . lady fingers, and vanilla. Melt
water, sugar and chocolate in double
boiler; when cold add gradually -yolks
of the six eggs, mix thorough
ly, then add the whites beaten to a
froth. Lastly add one teaspoon van
illa. Line mold with waxed paper,
put in layer lady fingers, then layer
of custard, and continue until mold
is filled. To make it richer maca
roons may be added. Place in re
frigerator until next day. Serve with
whipped cream. Sufficient for ten
Mint Cocktail Cut one can pine
apple into small cubes. Remove pulp
from three oranges and cut into
small pieces. Break one-fourth pound
after-dinner mints into tiny pieces and
mix with the fruit an hour before
lunch, setting away in cold place.
Serve in sherbet glasses covered with
crushed ice and powdered sugar. This
is delightful for first course for din
ner or luncheon, and could be used for
dessert if one preferred.
Beets in Sour Jelly Mix one-third
cup sugar with three teaspoons corn
starch. Add one-quarter cup water
and one-half cup vinegar. Pour over
beets cut in thin slices. Set away to
Stuffed Baked Apples Cut out core
and boil apples until skin loosens; re
move skins and roll in hot butter.
Chop up raisins ard fill apples with
raisins and sugar; put in oven until
brown, take out, sprinkle apples with
cocoanut, set back in oven to bron
cocoanut. Serve with milk or cream.
Apple Sauce Cake One cup apple
sauce, one teaspoon soda, one cup su
gar, one cup seeded raisins, one-halt
tup lard beaten light, two even cui
flour (after being sifted), one tea
spoon each of ground cinnamon, cloves
and nutmeg, one tablespoon vanilla.
Cream butter, add sugar. Mix soda in
apple sauce and add to lard and
sugar. Mix and sift flour and spices
(reserving a little flour to mix rais
ins), and add to first mixture. Add
To know Crisco, is to appreciate its
quality and the many remarkable things
it will accomplish. After you have
learned what Crisco will do for the
simplest dishes, you will find new ways
of using this delightful product. You
will gain a great respect for the scientific
Crisco Process, which is responsible
for this new food fat. Vour grocer can
supply you today.
I perance pledge by the youth, the fol
lowing program then being given:
Song Mrs. J. L. Vance.
Reading Mrs. Robert Hoffman.
Song Miss Hazel Rolls.
Piano solo Miss Beryl Titterington
Reading Mrs. Lillian Murphy.
Song Miss Rosabel Stewart.
The ladies were invited
to thousands, when pimples, boils, car
buncles, rash, eczema, acne and other
skin troubles dry up and disappear.
Good blood means good health; good
! health means strong men and women.
j full of vigor and ambition, with minds
alert and musi?s ever willing. Any
(medicine dealer will suodK- vou with
to remain . r- di...'. -?u m .i i m .. .
.... ,iiipiaiii am, uity were
served with a nice lunch during an
fri ni uh o n,n ! I, . . tm. - . i i
J-. 7 7 T, u -,,rPunK frre from alcohol or narcotics and is
was j.larini-d to enable the members of; . ... . ,
ine arious circles to become better . . ,
I ..I-..,.. .. :.u .. . ' 1 ! ients are published on wrapper.
' - " nuuuiri 11 1 1 ' J ,,,r
the best interest of the union.
mncn win De served for a small
charge, but no charge will be made for
attendance upon the dances.
The Indies' Aid society of the Me
morial Christian church will meet at
the church parlors tomorrow after
noon for a work session.
Break in one egg. beat mixture well,
and sift in sufficient flour and a
pinch of soda to give a consistency
to the batter that it may be dropped
from the mixing spoon into a pan
of deep hot fat. Fry. drain and
Lucretia Garfield tent. Daughters of serve-
in either liquid or tablet form. Ite-
nifinber lt Is pum!-.- vegetable and
A GREAT BOOK FREE.
. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, newly revised, containing
HELEN MILL& CIRCLE MEETS
A largely attended meeting of the'lOf'8 pages. Is sent free on receipt of
frn Mills circle of Broadway Pres-to dimes, or stamps, to pay expense
uinn t-nurcn as nelrt yesterday of mailing only. Address Doctor
evening ia the home of MUs Florence Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. (Adv.)
Veterans will meet in Swedish Olive
hall. Moline. tomorrow afternoon
promptly at 2 o'clock for the regular
session. It is desired that as many of
the members as possible attend.
The vogue for bordered effects has
resulted in the production of an ex
cerdingly clever double-bordered veil.
This novelty has a different pattern
on each edge of the veiling fo that it
can be made to serve the purpose of
entirely two different bordered veils.
Sometimes a narrow floral border will j water,
appear on one edge and a velvet or I a butternut,
chenille-dotted border on the other. j ginger, one
Chop Suey Two pounds veal, cut
in dice; one tablespoon lard or any
fat; season to taste with salt and
pepper. Stew one hour. Add one
cup water, four onions, two stalks
celery, cut In small pieces; one cup
mushrooms, half teaspoon flour. Boil
altogether one hour. Boil half pound
rice separately and serve separately.
This is a meal for five adults.
Sponge Gingerbread One cup
light colored molasses, one-half cup
granulated sugar, one cud boiling
piece of butter size of
one teaspoonful of
teaspoonful of cluua-
PSRS Hohm'n. "V""
t V v-'M Lincoln Ave,
j i-Jl Chicago, ra.
'iji ' (iVt
with catarrh of
md had a ter
rible cough ever
since a child.
" I would It
up in bed with
up behind me,
but still the
not let me slee?.
1 thought and everybody else that I
"I am well now and cured of a
chronic cough and ore throat. I
cannot tell you how grateful I ara.
and I cannot thank Peruna enough,
lt has cured where doctor have
failed and I talk Teruna wherever I
go, recommend lt to everybody.
People who think they have con
sumption better five it a trial."