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ANNIVERSARY OF BILLINGS & HERZOG
TO BE CELEBRATED NEXT WEEK
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HOSTESS AT THIMBLE PARTY.
Mrs. Daniel McKlnney at her home.
4iS Fourth avenue, entertained a com
pany of ladies yesterday afternoon at
a thin-ble party. A very pleasant aft
ernoon was passed with Christmas
needlework and the hostess served her
guests with delicious refreshments.
HOSTESS COLONIAL WHIST CLUB.
Mrs. J. Hill at her home. lti Sev
enteenth ttreet. entertained during the
week the members ot the Colonial
Whist club at the fortnightly meeting.
The house was trade attractive with j
decorations or yellow c-hr santhemums
and potted plant. Three tables of
whist were played with the prizes go
Ing to Mrs- Bergstein. Mrs. K. Tenen
l.om and Mrs. A. Waxenberg. A three
course luncheon was served at the
conclusion of the ileiiphtful afternoon.
Mrs. Charles Brady will be the next
hostess Dee. 16.
SILVER CROSS CIRCLE PLANS
The December meeting of the Sil
ver .Cross circle of King's Daughters
was held yesterday with .Mrs. Joseph
Goldsmith. 1S10 Sixth avenue, as the
hostess. Plans .'or the coming year s j
n nrn i f i " i 1 1 V ftnnation of S25 :
was voted to the work of the Visit-, dfX evening to celebrate her l.th
ing Nurse association and 25 was birthday anniversary. The time pass
distributed for Christmas baskets to Quickly playing games and at 11
he civen the worthy poor and a ton i
of coal was piven to a poor lamii.
During a pleasmt social hour Mrs.
Goldsmith served a lunch.
Palmer Christian, organist, will give
the following propram, assisted by
Mrs. Henry Matthey of Davenport,
contralto, at the First Methodist
church Monday evening, Dec. 7. under home. 42' Fifteenth street, yesteraay
the auspices of the Datichters of the j celebrated their or silver wed-
Covenant: (dins; anniversary- A company of 40
Hhap-ofJie Rosetter G. Cole ! tri-city friends were invited to spend
Pastoral (Sonata Op. 42) Guilmant j the evening, which passed very pleas
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visriom. and apply thine heart to un-j
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knowled.ee, and liftest up thy voice j
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Ecarchest for her as for hid treasures;
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of the Lord, and find the knowledge of i
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yea. every good path.
avenue and Fifteenth
M. E. C'hatley. pastor,
at 9:"0 a. m. Senior
ate Christian Ei.dc avor at i:3" p. rn
Services at 10:4T a. in. and 7:30 p. m
Second Christian. corner Sixth
street and Thirteenth aventi". W. B.
Stine, pastor. Bible school a: 9:3" a. in. j
Services at 10:45 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. j
Fifteenth Avenue Cijritian, corner
Fifteenth avnut and Thirty-sixth i
street. Rev. C. Lee Stau.Ter. pastor.
Sunday school at :::; a. n.. Services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Morning
subject, "Matters of Disagreement."
Evening subject, "The Iron Woman,"
tiie second in a series of sermons on
"The Ancient Gospel in Modern Fic
tion." and will be a review of Mar
garet Deiand's book, "The Iron
First Baptist, corner TT:ird avenue
and Fifto'-nth street. Rev. H. W.
Reed, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30;
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terniediate B. Y. P.T. meets with the
B. Y. P. I", at 6:30 . in. Services at
10:4." a. m. an ! 7:3' p. m.
Ednewood Baptist, corner Forty
fourth street and Fifth avenue. Rev.
J. C. H. Read, act:n pistor. Sund iy
school at 9:15 a. m. Youne People's
meeting at C:3' p ni. Services at
10:45 a. rn. and 7:30 p. m.
Swedish Baptist, corner Twenty-first
Ffreet and Fifth avenue. Sunday
tchool t.t 10 a. rn. Preaching at 11 a.
in. by Rev. J. A. Carlson. Youne Peo
ple's njeetini: at 5 p. rn. alternate Sun
days. McKinley Baptist (colored. Tenth
treet a:id Sixth avenue. Ke . j. .
Whitfield, past'ir. Sunday scliool at
9:30 a. m. S' rviees at 11 a. m. and
7:45 p. m. B. Y. P. V. at C:30 P- ni.
Central Presbyterian, corner of
Fourteenth street and Tenth avenue.
Rev. David A. Johnson, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. in. Christian En
deavor at 0:45 p. m. Services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. ni. "Filthy Garments
end Rich Apparel," will be the morn
ing theme, and "The Universal Mag
net" ths evening subject.
Broadway Presbyterian, corner of
Twenty-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Rev. James Ed?ar Wilson, pas
tor. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Young people's meeting at C:45 p. ru
"Rakocjy" (Hungarian National
March West (Arranged)
(a) "The Lord s Prayer" Krebs
(b) But the Lord is Mindful" (from
St. Paul) Mendelssohn
Hilda M. Matthey
rrelude in B Minor.. Bach (16S5-1750)
Air in D Bacb
Toccata Mereaux 191)
"Lord. My God" Dubois
Hilda M. Matthey
Rhapsodic on a Breton Melody
"The Bee;" "Evening," (from "Sum
mer Sketches" Lemare
Allegro con fuoco de Boeck
CLEAR $203 AT BAZAAR.
The annual bazaar conducted by the
Ladies' Sewing society of the German
Evangelical church came to a close
last evening after a two days' session.
The proceeds from the affair will be
at least $200 and perhaps more. Pro-
grams were given each night of the
sale and large numbers of people were
attracted to the church.
TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY.
Thirty tri-city young people surpris
ed Miss Estella Oberstaller at her
home. 121G Twentieth street, jester-
o'clock a lunch was served. Miss
Oberstaller, Charles and John Ober
staller pleased with piano, cornet and
violin selections that were much en
joyed. The hostess was left with a
purse of money with which to buy a
Mr. and Mrs. George Cardall at their
Services at 10:43 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.iJ. J. Quinn, rector, dean; Father W. F.
The morning sermon will be the fifth Parke, assistant rector. Masses at
jlin the series on "The Rewards of a
Conqueror." Evening subject, "Aus-lat
tria and Italy." Sacred Heart parish church. Fifth
South Park Presbyterian, corner of j avenue and Twenty-eighth street; Fa
Thirtieth sue?: and Fifteenth avenue, ther Clement P. O'Neill, rector. Masses
Rev. W. G. Oglevee, pastor, Sunday at 7, 8:30 and 10:30. Sunday school
school at 'J-.iu a. m. Services at 10:43! at 9:15 a. m. Evening prayer (when
a. in. and 7:S' p. m.
Aiken street chapel, Aiken street,
! South Kock island. Sunday school at
! 2:3' p. in. J. H. Cleiaud, supsrintend
i ent emeritus. A. W. Coulter, superin
tendent. Christian Endeavor at C:43.
Evening services at 7:30.
United Preshyrerian. Third avenue
land Fourteenth street. Rev. J. L.
pastor. Bible school at 9:30
People's Christian union i
30 p. in. Services at 10:45 a. in.
:3 p. m.
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Shaw- I astor- Sunday school at 9:30
a- Preaching services at 10:45 a.
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m. and 7:3 p. m. Mid-week prayer j
services Wednesday evening at 7:30. ;
Zion Swedish Lutheran. Forty-fifth
street ana fcevn:n avenue. ic?v. N. J.
Forsiierg. pastor. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
7:43 p. m.
First Swedish Lutheran, corner Four
teenth strret and Fourlh avenue. Rev.
Karl Xilsson, pastor. Sunday school
at '.:''. a. in. Services at 10:15 a. m.
and 7:30 p. in.
Grace E ijjiish Lutheran, corner
S"vcntli avenue and Forty-fourth
street. Rev. Ira O. Xolhstein. pastor.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. S?rvices
at 1":45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
German Evangelical, corner Twelfth
street and Twelfth avenue. Rev F
J. Rolf, castor. Sundav school at 9:30
a. m. services at H:30 a. in. and 7:30J
p. m. Rev. Fred Sciiuler of Davenport
will preach at both services In German
in tiie morning and in English in the
Inimanuel's German Lutheran, Twen
tieth street and Fifth avenue. Rev.
Ph. Wllhelm, pastor. Services
a. m. The congregation will have a
30 o'clock. No evening
First Metiiodist. corner Fifth avenue
and Nineteenth street. Rev. O. T.
DwineM. pastor. Sunday school at
9:3' a. m. Preaching at 10:45 a. m.
and 7: 30 p. ni.
Spencer Memorial Methodist, corner
Forty-third street and Seventh avenue.
Rev. W. H. Tope, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Ep worth league
at C:30 p. m. Services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
German Methodist, corner Four
teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Henry J. Kettelkamp, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a.m. Epworth league at
0:30 p. m. Services at 10:30 a. m. and
7:3- p. m.
Free Methodist, Ninth avenue and
Fifteenth street. Rev. J. G. Rocken
baeh, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45
a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
7:20 p. m.
Milan Methodist. Rev. Alfred Dix
on, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a.
m. Epworth league at C:45 p. m. Ser
vices at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. rn.
Wayman African M. E. (colored),
corner Fifth-and-a-half avenue and
Thirteenth street. W. H. Saundern,
St. Joseph's parish church. Second
avenue and Fourteenth street; Father
and prizes In the games went to Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Grotegut, Mrs. Walter
Grotegut, John Siemon and Mr. and
Mrs. Khoads of Davenport. Later an
oyster supper was served In the din
ing room where places were marked
with! silver cupids bearing the dates
18811914. The house was decorated
in honor of the occasion with silver
and white paper and cut flowers and
was pretty and Inviting. Mrs. Cardall
was presented with a purse of silver
dollars and to Mr. Cardall was given a
gold watch. Mr. and Mrs. Cardall
were married In Kock Island 25 years
ago by the late Rev. rMr. Gue of the
First Methodist church and they have
made this their city since that tine.
PARTY FOR MRS. KRUSE.
The D. A. L. club surprised Mrs.
John Kruse, one of the club members,
yesterday at the home of Mrs. John
Sass. 700 Twelfth street. Mrs. Kruse
leaves in a few days for Minnesota
j where she will make her home and the
affair of yesterday was a rareweu
courtesy. Games were played during
the afternoon and the prizes went to
Mrs. Howard Wright, Mrs. John Fas
serl and Mrs. L. Eckermann. At 4
o'clock a lunch was served and Mrs.
Kruse was presented with a cut glass
sugar and cream set.
ENTERTAINS FOR MOTHER.
Mrs. J. R. Tuckis entertained at her
home, 12fl Fourteenth-and-a-half
Thursday afternoon. Inviting a score
of old friends of her mother. Mrs.
Hattie Ray of Atlantic City, N. J..
who is her house guest, to meet the
latter for the first time in many years.
These guests, eagerly responding,
found the old friend so natural ana
like the friend of former years that
they divested themselves of wraps
and settled down to a good old-fashioned
visit, which culminatei
the serving of delicious refreshments
about 5 o'clock. The majority of the
guests were Mollners, that having
7:30, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30. Sunday school
10 a. m. Week-day masses at 7.
said) at 7:30. Week-day mass at 7:30
St. Mary's church (German), Fourth
avenue and Twentieth street; Father
Peter Kluck, rector. Masses at 8 and
10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.
m. Week-day mass at 8 a. m.
St. Paul's church (Belgian), Twenty
fourth street and Eighth-and-a-half
avenue; Father P. Holvoet, rector.
Mass at 8 a. m. Sunday school at
30 p. in.
Trinity Episcopal church, Nine-
I teenth street and Sixth avenue. Rev.
Granville H. Sherwood, rector. Serv
ices at 7:30 a. m. and 10:45 a. m., and
;0 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30
First Church of Christ Scientist,
835 Twenty-third street. Sunday serv
ice at 10:45 a. m. Subject of lesson,
"God the Only Cau3e and Creator"
Wednesday evening testimonial meet
ing at 7:45.
The church maintains a free reading
room in the People's National Bank
building, which is open every week
day from 11:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. and
every Saturday evening from 7 to 9
o'clock. All authorised literature on
Christian Science may be read or
WEST END SETTLEMENT
scnooi. 4.' seventh avenue. Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7:30. W. B.
First Christian Spirits Church Ser
t io'lvlces verv Sunday night at 7:45, at
uaa reuows nan, rirtu and Brady
streets, Davenport, Mrs. Julia Alford
minister. Messages received every
Thursday afternoon at 2 'clock at Odd
Gospel meetings will be held at the
Sears town hall Sunday at 2 p. m.
William H. Oldham of Clinton, Iowa,
win be In charge of the services.
Meetings will be held the last Sun
day of every month hereafter conduct
ed by Mr. Oldham.
Church or the Brethren Rev. D. A.
Rowland, pastor. Services at Indus
trial hall. Fourteenth street and Fifth
avenue. Moline. Sunday school at 10
a. m. Preachine at 10:30 a. m. Even
ing services at 7:30 p. m.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
C hrist of Latter Day Saints. At Arm
ory hall. Sixteenth street and Third
avenue, .sabbath school at 9:45 a. m..
in charge or Superintendent I. M.
Barns. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:45 p. m. In charge of William Wll
letts, presiding elder. Seats are free
and no collection Is taken.
Zion Tabernacle Second avenue and
Eighteenth street, second floor; Rev.
Van Buren Shumaker in charee. Zion
Junior bible school every Lord's day
at 2 p. m. Deaconess Clark, monitor
in charge. Principal service at 3 p.
m. Divine healing Tuesday at 2:30
p. m. Praise and prayer meeting
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
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The coming week marks the first anniversary of the firm of Billings &
Herzog. Unknown a year ago, he name of Billings & Herzog has become
a household word in thousands of homes in this vicinity. Both Mr. Billings
and Mr. Herzog have worked hard and
build a successful business and the
store is enjoying Is sufficient proof
of these two hustlers to give them
at saving prices. Arrangements have been completed to make this, their
first "birthday," a memorable one and hundreds of buyers will undoubtedly
participate in the good things they have to offer.
been Mrs. Ray's home for years. The
house was charmingly decorated with
bitter-sweet berries, flowering Chi
nese lilies and white carnations with
ferns. Mrs. Ray will visit here until
after Christmas, after which she will
return to Braddock. Pa., for a visit
before returning to her home at At
COFFEE AT MRS. SCHOFER'S
Mrs. Leroy Schofer, assisted by Mrs.
I A. J. Nelson, entertained at a coffee
! at the home of the former, 4316 Sev-
enth avenue, yesterday afternoon,
j members of the Ladies' Aid society of
I Edgewood Baptist church and their
1 friends to the number of 75 attending
and enjoying the afternoon. During
the afternoon Mrs. H. C. Higbee and
Mrs. Lester, piano and violin, gave an
informal musical program much to the
delight of the company. Refreshments
were served and the time passed pleas
antly. SOCIETY WORK MEETING.
The members of the Ladies' Aid so
ciety of the First Methodist church
held a work nreeting yesterday in the
home of Mrs. A. F. Miller, 1600
Twelfth street, many of the Jadles at-
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tending and sp?nding the afternoon
completing work for the annual bazar
which will be held Monday at the home
of Mrs. C. L. Walker. C1G Twentieth
street. During a pleasant social hour
nice refreshments were served.
CENTRAL MISSION SOCIETY
Miss Alice Deal at her home, 73S
Fifteenth street, was the hostess yes
terday afternoon at the monthly meet
ing of the Woman's Mission society
of the Central Presbyterian church.
Mrs. J cT Simmon was in charge of
th program and gave the lesson topic
on Mexico. A social hour followed
tha program and refreshments were
BLUEE-IRO CLUB ELECTS OFFI
CERS. .Miss Elizabeth Oglevee at her home.
1"24 Thirtieth street, was the hostess j
Iant evening to tha members of the
Bluebird club. This was the annual
meeting of the organization and the
following officers were elected:
President Miss Irene Dodson.
Vice President Miss Irene Sun
dehn. Secretary Miss Jennette Doyle.
Treasurer Misn Elizabeth Oglevee.
Misses Helen Dodson and Jennette
Ecyle were retained as editors of the
club paper, the "Owaiasa."
After the business session the girls
spent the evening in a social way and
with their Christmas fancy work, and
' in a contest the prize was won by
Miss Doyle. Delicious refreshments
were served before the evening's
COFFEE SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR.
I'nder the auspices of the Indies'
Aid society of Broadway Presbyterian
church a delightful coffee party was
held yesterday, the members and
their friends to the number of 75 en-
Joying the delightful hospitality of Mrs
L. A. Schmidt, 839 Twenty-third street.
The house was decorated throughout
in tne Christmas colors, red carna
tions being used to give the color. In
the dining room, where the officers of
the society poured, red carnations and
broad red satin ribbons were used as
decoration of the Berving table. The
affair was a great success financially
ana was very delightful socially.
PARTY FOR MISS BRAITHWAITE.
Miss Georgia Braithwaite. whose
marriage to Elmer Hallgren is an
event of the near future, was the guest
of honor at a party given yesterday af
ternoon by Mrs. P. H. Nicholas, at her
home. 2718 Seventh avenue. Fifteen
young women were the guests of the
afternoon and they spent tha tim
knitting a comforter which was given
to the honoree. In the late afternoon
a tbree-courBe luncheon was served In
the dining room, where yellow and
white chrysanthemums were used as
Wednesday evening of thU week
Mrs. Nicholas entertained also in hon
or of Miss Braithwaite,. 26 young wo
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G. P. Herzog.
earnestly during the past year to
ever Increasing patronage which this
that the public appreciate the effort
popular priced ready-to-wear garments
men being Invited to spend the even
ing. The affair was a linen shower
and the gifts were given to the bride-to-be
as blindfolded he passed through
a door, the gifts tied with ribbons Do
ing dropped to her. Yellow and white
chrysanthemums were used about the
rccms to brighten them and add to
their attractiveness. A three-course
luncheon was served and later there
were games and contests, and musical
numbers on the player piano and by
Miss Una Kail and Miss Erma Hib
bard. A number of pre-nuptial affairs are
being planned in honor of Miss
BARBARA FRIETCHIE TENT
The regular meeting of Barbara
Frletchie tent No. 31. Daughters of
Veterans, was held last evening in
Memorial hall In the court house.
Two members and two comrades were
received into the order. The time
was devoted to practice of drill work
and to business matters before the
GLEANERS CLASS HAS MEETING.
The Gleaners Sunday school class of
the First Methodist church held its
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regular monthy meeting last evening
in the home of Miss Florence McCon
ochie, 1611 Eleventh avenue. Follow
ing a short business session this pro
gram was given:
Piano Solo Miss Blanche Ehler.
vocai soio .miss Leia Drake, ac
companied by Miss Vera Mitchell
Vocal Trio Misses Jessie Embry
Lillian Paulsen and Blanche Ehler. ac
companied by Miss Julia Marshall.
Piano Solo William McConochie.
Games of various kinds followed
and refreshments were served before
the close of the evening. The class
meets once a month in the homes ot
PLAN TO FURNISH LADIES
At a special meeting of the ladies'
auxiliary to the Eagles held yecrT)
day in the Eagles' home the ladies
decided to undertake the furnishing
of the ladies' parlors in the new Ea
gies home. They also decided to
give another series of dances, the first
to be held Dec. 16 in Elks' hall. The
annual election of officers will be held
Tuesday evening, Dec. 8, in t Ea
gles' hall, a social time to follow the
MERRY WORKERS WITH MISS
The Merry Workers of the Central
Presbyterian Sunday school were en
tertained last evening at the home ot
Miss Ruth Koenig. 1220 Fifteenth
street. This was the semi-annual busi
ness session, and officers for the next
six months were chosen as follows:
President Miss Ruth Koenig.
Vice President Miss Ethel Bleuer.
Secretary Miss Sylvia Koch.
Treasurer Miss Myra Robbing.
Class Editor Miss Ruth Weed.
In a guessing contest the prize was
won by Mrs. Murphy, games and musi
cal members were also enjoyed and la
ter refreshments were served. Miss
Ethel Bleuer will be the hostess at
the meeting next month.
BAPTIST MISSION ANNUAL
The annual business meeting and
election of officers of the Woman's
Mission society of the First Baptist
church was held yesterday, Mrs. John
Bed-ford, 1701 Twenty-fifth street, act
ing as the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Lucius Ege and Mrs. N. P. Tucker.
Officers for the year were chosen as
President Miss Alwilda Young.
Vice President Mrs. Phil Wagner.
Secretary Mrs. Edward Brien.
Treasurer Mrs. R. G. Summers.
Annual reports were received from
the various officers, and It was re
ported that five members of the soci
ety were on the honor roll for having
attended every meeting during the
yir, and are: Mesdamea A. J. Bul
lock, W. 3. Kahlke. W. B. Pettlt, IL G.
Summers and Miss Alwilda Young. It
was decided to take up the study ot
the mission books recommended by
Mrs. D. B. Wells, and there will here-!
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will you
please answer the following ques
(1) How should girls of 15, with a
medium amount of hair, dress It at
(2) How may we rid ourselves of
pimples which come under the skin
and remain card without coming to a
(3) Advise a god shampoo for oily
hair. How may we cure dandruff and
stimulate the growth of thin hair?
(4) Should girls of our age receive
(5) What would be a suitable wed
ding present to give a former lady
(6) Is it correct to exchange Christ
mas gifts with boy friends??
(7) What hours should we keep
when attending social functions?
(8) What is the proper length ol
dresses to be worn by girls 15 years
X. Y. Z.
(1) At present the French twist is
very much in vogue and it takes less
hair to make a respectable French I
twist than for any other style. One
of the most attractive- styles lor
young girls la the long braids wrap
ped around the liead in the coronet
braid. If the hair Is not long enough
to reach around, divide -It and cross
the braids, fastening the two short
braids on top of the head with fancy
hair pins. This is such, a girlish meth
od of hair dressing that it is popular,
if it is becoming.
(2) First be sure your digestion Is
all right. Second, be sure that you
are not nervously tired. Get sleep
enough. One of the first signs of ner
vous exhaustion Is eruption of the
skin. Use peroxyde of zinc soap.
(3) A dry shampoo Is good for oily
hair. Take a cupful of graham flour.
Spread it out on a newspaper. Holding
your hair over the paper, rub the
flour into the scalp and through the
hair. Then brush the hair till every
trace of flour, is gone. It gives a fine
soft quality to the hair. It also stops
falling hair. 'There is nothing that
will stimulate the growth of hair like
massage. The hair Is thin because
the follicles -are not well nourished.
Take the balls of the fingers and with
a rotary motion manipulate every por-
after be two leaders, one of the reg
ular program and one who will give
a ten minute review of the mission
paper which the society takes.. The
executive committee will arrange for
the year's program, and as last year
will select a hostess with three assist
ants for each meeting. A committee
was appointed to revise the constitu
tion. The January meeting will be
held the second Friday in the month,
because of the fact that the first Fri
day is New Year's day.
The devotional services yesterday
opening the meeting were conducted
by Miss Alwilda Young, and Mrs. Ed
ward Brien was the leader of the pro
gram. She read a paper on "Guiding
and Inspiring Influences," and other
papers along the same line were given
by Mrs. Bert Phogh, Mrs. JCeeley, Mrs.
Edward Stapp and Mrs. R. H. Hoff
man. It was announced that Mrs. A. L.
HiH of New York will lecture before
the Missionary Social union the latter
part of October or the first part ot
November next year.
During a pleasant social Iiout re
freshments were served by the hos
tesses. R. O. B. WITH MRS. MAGUIRE.
Mrs. H. A. Magulre, 2414 Sixth ave
nue, Moline, was the hostess yester
day afternoon to members of the R. O.
B. club. The game of 500 was played
at three tables and the prizes were
won by Mrs. Will Loptien, Mrs. J. M.
Heldele and Mrs. E. A. Hinkley. A
course lunch was served at the con
clusion of the games. The next meet
ing of the club in four weeks will be
held at the home of Mrs. Heldela in
GRACE SOCIETY ANNUAL MEET
The annual meeting of the Ladies'
Aid society of Grace Lutheran church
was held yesterday, Mrs. Joseph Bo
deen, 3429 Seventh avenue, acting as
the hostess. There was a large attend
ance of the members and the officers
for the year were reelceted as follows:
President Mrs. Andrew Kempe.
Vice President Mrs. I. O. Noth-
Secretary Mrs. C. E. Nelson.
Treasurer Mrs. Fred From.
During the last year the membership
of the society has been Increased to 39
and over $360 has been raised. The
society was divided into committees
to carry on the work as had been done
the last few years effectively.
Mrs. Bodeen served an elaborate
lunch at the close of the business ses
sion and the ladies enjoyed a delight
At the home of the bride's sister,
Mrs. W. E. Thompson. 1120 Seven
teenth street, at 10 o'clock this morn
ing, in the presence of a company of
relatives, was solemnised the marriage
of Miss Belva Adams of this city and
Monta Gist of Leavenworth, Kan. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. D.
A. Johnson, pastor of Central Presby
terlau church. The wedding colors
were pink and white and these prevail
ed In the house and table decorations.
The bride's gown was crepe de chien
trimmed with chantilly lace. A three
course breakfast was served. The,
tion of the scalp. Then with a ziyzag
motion move the whole scalp. Air
your hair and sun it. Go bareheaded
In summer as much as possible.
Yesterday I published two prescrip.
tions for dandruff.
(4) Girls of 15 are too young for for
mal callers; but why not have tha boy
friends as free to run In for aneven
ing's fun as the girls are? Just as
long as they are not regarded u
beaux It Is all light to have them
come, and the young folkg can have
delightful time together.
(5) Any small article for th table;
such as berry spoon, pie knife, oyster
fork, would make a nice present; or a
case for napkins or dollies would be
very much appreciated. I am sure.
(6) Girls and boys should never re
ceive or give presents of any value.
Flowers, candy or some trifle may
(7) Often 'refreshments are served
late at a party, and it is never proper
to leave immediately' after refresh
ments. But a careful hostess will not
kepp young people up late and usually
it will be possible to leave by 11 or
(8) All dresses are short this fall,
but shoe-top length Is right for young
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Please tell
me what kind of stuffing should he
used when roasting a small pig?
Please give me some recipes that
would be suitable.
Sage stuffing is what 13 customar
ily used, although any seasoning used
for chicken would be suitable.
Recipe. Crumb the soft parts of dry
bread. Moisten the crusts and chop
them very fine. Mi;c enough lard
(or butter if preferred the lard
makes excellent stuffing, however)
with the bread crumbs to moisten,
then season with salt, pepper and
ground sage. Do not pack too tight
in the pig. as it needs room to swell.
table centerpiece was of pink and
white roses. The couple departed at
noon for Jacksonville, Fla., where they
will spend their honeymoon. Their
home will be at Limestone, Fla., where
Mr. Gist is connected with a large
land development company. The bride
has been employed in the clerical de
partment of the Modern Woodmen.
Graham post. G. A. R., of Moline
will hold a camp fire Monday evening
at the First Congregational church,
Moline, when the public has been In
vited to attend. Daughters of Veter
ans are especially asked to atte; and
sit together in a body in the hall.
Daughters attending are asked to meet
at the church at 7:45 and march into
the auditorium in a body.
The West End Woman's Christian
Temperance union will meet Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. C.
Richards, 1044 Fourteenth street. The
time of meeting is changed from Tues
day to Monday afternoon because of
the Humane society annual bazaar.
The monthly meeting of the Rock
Island County Humane society will be'
held Monday, Dec. 14. at 10 o'clock in
the office of Dr. J. W. Stewart In the
Safety building. The time was an
nounced for next Monday by mistake.
All tbe news ill the time The
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