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TI3K IVOCK ISLAND AT? HITS. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY" 17, 1915.
r ! th. romlr-ic dressed
ui ftoy K. w.I '-art . sn
WILLUMHAWK. f Lutheran church wa held In the clubi
Miss ..'.: B. Hawk, dauabter cr,r'joic iai '" a
. - ..."
Zr and rotuQ,li Tb box were au-i:one:
Mrt- A. K Wlli'a-u. ao or l' n jT ,c4 kf;,r tU;,per as lr,fort.I pro
wer unit'd In tr;rru this oorti:aj ' 4l3 ma, jriven. M!vs Less! Horst
At ! 'tlwli at the prfai 'I " t,;,..-,! . r i.no a.uniber. Ruduls llintz
rT rVd.&- atd dialogue -V."fcD--d
a W :.'." was fivea by Walter Kra-fL
A'.g i't ?chrv!!:r. Miss's wmrr.a ;i--r
and Katherine (t'.'.o I-:e,,ate
t- . i-d tt Wai'.her lear ic
a or.s In Jolie iat Sur.uay reported
informally oa that cor.vRrl.B. r.ir.e
:.r!ric attended frcra the local o-tety.
Seeded Cnrfiturlon! church. M t
:ae. Kav R IfiSfj r"ir3.:Lt !l;-r
BaarrLtg cwoiiar. Tt t,rM
attended br her ilr. Mls Marie
Hawk, and trie r" -.ra v,eat rraa
Claybar-w Joar-. Tr t-'.-l- w..-e
it dire g-o-rn ehi" a br''irla
wi'b wblti ie wore a i J-cl'r'J -tm'l.rm
m t:i a hat f te llff.-' :.
a an. ear!- ;,rir. m:li wore! DISCUSS RESPECT OF LAW.
a ccre h j f.e ? l-tc ? I ' ' j j ;. -jr 1;1 the d.seuss'.on oa
Ht a'ter.dant dreaael !a a t--'tT"ltse .Vb;cl. "liufwt of Law." at the
hat. ani iiliw ';r tir-!M,i. A -! ,srufiy cut ot tS Kirl .Ii-thoJn: H
i rf brkfi' a -r-l at ti . :,!.-.-. . .rj h j . :. . ct-t; c in t! - rlua ?
f tb tri'Sr'n iT-n . mrx!,ri f -;. r,j ;; n,j trjf( th ub;-t !rn an iH
famlix b' , ::il ;o r.t of v.. . .rartJ-al up-
fo.l.'I, r u I trim ?ii ta . anlj ,;;4 r,tir.n an 1 tlowt. to t'.i- Pf-sw.' ':'
Toram ill. an'l Mr Wi:::aru J"f-' orilaait . Tbw ni(-n d-f'il-U to it
at arx.a toif I i K.'rt t. la fa!-J down ti 'iprr at wch n '. ns
ruo. aal atr Mr a ! i I t ' jr')ai,'y at S:."!" ti hav ttc r
Lorn t a lw b'rx wft:r:i U r-ac!y .j... r. r..ni; at 7 ar.l llimt aca
The rew spring
The new spring
The new spring
The new spring
The new spring
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1611-13 Second Ave. 1600 White Block Rock Island.
THESE COUPONS REPRESENT SAVINGS OVER ALREADY GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
This Coupon and
i'h;l'!rn' anil nm
rn'n a;to hools. chil
dren's kn t Fklrts. eira.'l
s waters, wool hockey
rap women's wool
lieck mufflers, knit hats,
children's drawer leg-arins.
This Coupon and 19c This Coupon and $1.39 This Coupon andj
Dime P. R'!Vt (.l 9K Duvc 'l
ChiUlrcn's v civet
hat s c 1 u r s. red.
black a n tl brown
1 1 f
some Have silk riDDon v
.n-pons and rosettes
An all-wool sere
Skirt in navy and
black, ion.r Russian
tunic st'. !e, also a few
Women's white Bhirt .
waists, dressing sacques
flannelette gowns, odd i
pieces of muslinwear, '
children's all wool knit
This Coupon and $1.00
Coats, warm, service
able garments; sizes 2
to 5 3'ears; quantity
This Coupon and $2.50
Women's Silk Pop
lin and Serge Dresses,
only 1 6 in the lot;
broken sizes while
they last, with coupon,
for ltr cwriipanrj
ria4 wt'h hi t:
Kr W!'l an.a !,,r i., !.rf tu):i-tr, " i.o hti
hr ta fi htir'. ; 4-i x-.f csicu!ion in vfwr that t:
i nifiinc i::a a'Jjoi.ra t o'l !-'.
BROADWAY VOUNi PEOPLE
Th Xtt inr I'wi p ' aa'M :' -f
HrtMadway ,iTian .Uur-h h-ii
a aaori ar.rt x .l m- "J
Iat ninK at 'r.- n.urr:i ;arUr.
i'Um rf I ::.!' 1 for tr.n a.r.u"u!
mrrtlcjc whirti wiil ( b:l m April
anl m"rr r,t a rn'in Tiril'iTf; kt
tran' '' I Iurlr. m. ul tmi
BRIDGE AND TEA TO HONOR ; Mar
Mrs iVi!':an Srburk. at b-r bi-c: !
lull T"ntv-"-n3 ;.-a--t. .Mo. n?. ; If.
otrta!nl t a tr.Ss ao l t h y - .rv
i COLONEL BRACKETT CIRCLE SES
i :. .t,(. i.isuu i'f t!"' t'oio
t-..Lr- .ir.le f t!i ( A. K .
a ii'-b'. in Men.ori.it bail in the
.-irt hiKi.ii- itiifriijv al.erno n. an.
: .'u.' larK" tin :. her of t:. fiiem- '.
.;.Tn st!-r.-i.:.K To t.e rr-;nt-rs i
r r- i ir.'o th.- society and two I
aiDiicat.ucH were ati ujion Next J
! T-ie,;av tf. porirty 'M ror.'li:tl
.-'iay C.-t-iC a', the hmi.e
' Mar Koch.
. I I 1 IKU. V 1.. Jtl
, afres.Mooye.ir. Q- . ' CO Rft H
I I Former Prices t Former Prices t Former Prices Former Price 8 Former Prices Jfccrfte; P0rj,c" l
25c to SI. 25 :j 50c to $1.00 ?i!lJL 8
rv. I'f.i0 Sixth avfnii". Mo ine yestrr-
iay afternoon for t!:e rtci:lur nieettuc I
l ; In !hf punes of liririsv the r '. . j
I went to .5rs. li'-o te Kant. a::-l -irs
.1. ?.! ":: h. A lunch wa.i .sTeil at
tin- ili're c,f t!:e cjmes. The cluh w,.
Hi" nt.nue nu eitni; vnt:l after lent,
a). en Mr K;tiik will er.terta.n.
DARING COSTUMES WILL DELIGHT THE
! EYE ON BATHING BEACHES NEXT SUMMER
A. E. I. E. GIRLS' DANCE.
. A V. I K. KirU coLilucKd
ie..,-f;l djr.'ir.K party
tarda? ti hoo'-r if .Mt." Mars i.r!'
Mart3 t lJke Kret Thr-v taMe
of brWarw wr piaye-1. th slaver
tUot:na. an 1 prna suiting to Mr.
Otta IWiward. .Mr. i'.rurw a.n aai
Mr. Karl Tartox ljfer 1" ot.'ier
frtarada ra.-.;e ft.r fa. b!r'i u .er
t la lb ilinmc rrn wn 1 hr the
im :"' mr3er. ?r. a. H SUi'tnl
ea aai Mm Harv!'i White p'njre.!.
I'iaac roe were ueJ tf trim all the
room aal aM t"..- a"rar'ivmi
ef a Uaut f; home rr. W. H
Whltftt . n,ra'o t'ih tf'T
nwn at a bridge party tt ':, nor
ROCK ISLAND MUSICAL CLUB.
A splendidly rendered program was
ve-i at the resu'ar tne,t:tift of the
! k Is!and Muiical cluh yesterday
afternoon at tiie "New UarpT. iiv.n
'jrnioser he::i t-tudied and the i.r
cr,tm piven by Mrs. H. B. Simmon.
Mrs. Kdward pie!quist. Mrs. Helen
Korsb rcMilier. Mrs. H. I. Iichner
and Miss Nellie Swan-mi wi;h Mrs.
Leo Wynes an-l .Mrs. Victor Kr;-kxnan
as r.cr-onipanis'.s. At the close of the
resnlar propram Jo of the Pi'idt-nt
CLASS HAS BOX SOCIABLE. : member. Maurice Carlsoa and ' ara
Ti e c'a of yo'if.K women tausht l-anare paVe a short jToirram. the f r
f KI.rer.ce We:a:and at S-.ut:i , n.i-r c'v'.nK piano number, and the l.tt-
f-arfc. Fr-hteran S icday .. hoc! c.,n- j ter vn al fi-l tlons.
-i ji:r-.i a Ikii o-iai.e et-h
th cinirih The Bffair M well at-.
...,.!... I inn the bo Id rend:!" and i
a nice -.m was realiaed for the church
Mitir.c at OJ1 K Hows'
12". roi!.le atl r.dinK and e:ijoin2 the
affair Ti e dance pr tra:n was ;wa
by tL? t'rit- r.on .orchestra.
COEDS ENTERTAIN EOYS.
Aueuritana KirM enem!ned a fcroup
of bovji last even!nc at valentine
p.irfy at the Iaenport OutinK club.
SECOND DINNER' 1 parlor were decorate.! in nearts
( PA KIT. ..iru- ii- I.M.J
' jr al , r Ancrew n-empe r.i un ir . --i.... ..... ...... . .
W W CLUB WITH MRS GALL I fco'r.ie. 3 2 Ki.bth avenue. enter.atn. J fresl mcnts were nerved in the Uin'-nir
Mr. "horr -4 U -he ecnd cf the aerie, of .t.ner , r,K,m w here the tables were decorate
MM. Iu.. l.a.l at ber t)ir. fVerlr.e Thev bad as In hearts and va'entlnes. over beinK
T'l ,H w " s . 1" LM, - rirt d. who were M-rved with , laid 'or CV Flash liuhl pictures were
ill. member, of the n c...b Je-, . m . fri r d p
t.rday afi-rn on. The U4 -T- . 'our rure .ntn r a . iK.,r.
i ..s. -i- I i,n.. ra w:n c rrmn uia.. - r- - -
r- serreJ a t.iM-nnr.. hvh before attrr dtnner was nnt in
A aftam,n's c!f- Mr. H U J o iablh'y.
jHJCler. ?K'2 5'Tet'h atenje. .lit be
enterta.nir; in tao
O E. S. SEWING SESSION.
The O K S. Sewlc ctr. le ret e-1 of Mts i pha Itii cn. 1 K'.evetitti
terdar aftenoon w'.th Mr. Amanda ' avenue lt even.::!; The v.r. dis-NU-rtota...
2'r S-i.iii avenue. ho rus-.-d plar..i f-r a f e: .'-a. t I- K en
witb .Ir. lol Klf er.lerta'ned The'd'Tlr t ie early fir
brief busies session was rrer.Je.J wa p--:t wiMi r'
HELEN MILLS CIRCLE ELECTION.
The Helen Mills clrvlo of Firoadway
EVER REAOY CIRCLE. 1 ''reshyierlau church met in annual
Firbteen men her. o' the I'-vr ! t -day fieninc at the home
i.-.i ,,t the First HaKUst ! of M:-i Charlott. Hues-np. M2 Twtn-
eHi.i( . is -
rhurrh were entertained in the home ;
tieth ktri-it. The opt-nini; devotional
i-ervi -es w ere conducted by Miss
It-jeUnat. The c ircle ile ided to ars.st
fcy a wal wi by Mrs r'ditii t''.I-.
snyer so.l ft lowed by a let u-s '
ttasx-tt serneil b In. hiwte.ses. The'
Itarnma was spent In m carpet
ra'S for one of tie memteri and In
enerat soenbillty. T:ie next meeti.ie'
March Z will be an open one to b-
kl4 at Masonic temple at w.-.trh litre
in the support of a dep--r.denl clu'd.
fazel H .M.ver. Tiie e;--t:on of officer
resulted in the following beinc chos
en ir-!dent - Miis Kilna Schne der.
Vb e pres'.dt-nt M-- Muriel Ain-
i i tin-rn:n
S ' TfUry Miss Kioren' 0 .okk.
! Treasurer Miss Margaret Searle.
E. O. B. CLUB MEETING. M'n Huesirg cave a read p 5 on
The O II. cluh hfc'.d a n;erl Ir.R : w ii,'ir iwo nume oiiimcs. a )
l:: ii k at-'
x 1 .;:. J-ianlta ,
.. ,. v. ral r. a-iu ar.U t::e
-rve.l a !'ri b- f re the ,
rl. se Ti.v- Marrh t..ee;!i k
1. s .:n'lred Cat'ia!!.
r aw e -,j ., .jt .
Y Na ;-s, 4 "
1 --Ai!iVtC .-- x
Dear Mrs. Thompson I am a girl
or -:i years, mree years ago 1 was
engaged to be married and six weeks
before the appointed time I found out
that he rightfully belonged to another.
( I told him that I could never marry
him, knowing that another had a claim
jon him. He then said that although I
I would be constantly In his thoughts,
j he would do his duty as I had bid him.
1 He married her and they are very un
happy, but no more unhappy than I
am. Tht longer that I am away from
him the more I love him. Have I done
right since we are all so unhappy?
Now he is very sick and the doc
tor says that he has only a short
time to live. At times when raging
in fever he constantly calls my name
and asks me to come to him before
he dies. The doctor told his wife to
send for me, but she refused, saying
that she hated the very sound of my
name. She forgets what sue owes
to me and I have never uttered a
word against her name.
The doctor called on me and told
me all, saying to call on him as a
friend and not say anything of what
' he told her. What would you do if
j you were in my place? He is more
to me in this hour thaa ever before.
I can't let him go without seeing him.
HEART BROKEN VIRGIE.
My dejr girl, follow t!ie doctor's
advice; go to him as if the visit were
your own idea. If his wife refuses
to let you see him, have a plain talk
with her and let her know what she
owes you. You ouht to be consid
ered. Ycu did a very noble thing,
and if the outcome was unhappiness,
you were certainly not to blame.
the boy to
(5) It is cu.stoniary
take the girl's arm.
No. It is silly and cheapening in
if Mis Irene : -al lime when refreshments
Ot:t ' "'J following.
rara treat In the way of a procram last ever.is at i:.e iwniie o
tll b eBAtverf Th refreshment . t'l IhriS. Kithleer.lh anT.n-
to tie hand of a committee. ; tf tis-nber. V's sarafi ll-ntyn. 1 ;
I Twetty rrnt:. rr. et. Mo!. re. .- in-
CIRMAN YOUNG PEOPLE M E ET. it.atc J lai. t:i .r ! The iiftiiiu
a 1 niwiiM -1 ty vi,r.j ' -; t i-iii,e trati.-s u:t;i reustc
i. i 1 1 1. ..t .1 .....( . ' . i 1
f Imsinu-I'i (Vrmii an 1 fir.t i rlc and t n ni"ss .-er". e.i 1 - """' l -Miss
Bathing costumes shown at Chicago fashion show.
Left to right: Heach and bathing costume of which bloomers are
feature: a beach suit of wool crepe; a fancy silk beach costume.
A st-Tial nieetir.i: of Rock Island . M
1 chapter. No. !':!'. Order of the Eastern !
MA Til ER VILLE
Hazel Ijjwson vva.1? an Aledo
la lur The rich ill le e..i -raln-. teinplo for the ceremony of inil iatloti. padsenper Saturdav.
' la t. C.., l y M.ss jK.r..t:.y ejn. . A f.ne program ha been prepared ar.d J -, rw,nU. irft
A! Xr K C Ci'lt Silt .! -verue. M.,!i..e. a!l rremUers of lb- order art- invited ,(,r Kock l5!.alid, la uow located in
A9 B . Vl'Ui Ba44BV I
Attracts Bi Crowd ! WOMA
' The ",-trufry meet:r. cf the Wit:i-
ar.'s c!ub cf Iloc-k Island will le held
I SaTur-lay aftermx.n at ti.e Masoni'--
1 temple Mrs. Frederick, io'. former ' come up it I desired that the fuli mem
' president of the l!i!nois Ke leration of ; berhip be present.
1 Woiae-.s t!ub and now chairman of; Tn(. jlniors cf fho First Baptist
'the ccmrr.ltte- n rcsonilk.r.s of i'i'" rhi;rf h will hoM a andr and bakerv
it A K.'s thrrr-e?.ir ccat a.e th. ta:i..,r.a'. f.-dera-lon. i'l be pr.fei.t at ! sa!f. nt ,ho t.nurth Saturday BferncKin
morn ng rrosn 9 :o iz was amt ier c.g - ... . n,,rttnir aad nt. 5 gr.
j Mrs. Alive
M:rt Than 1C0 Garmanta Sold
Tlr Hjj. Women Invitta to
Inscect Drcsaes Tomrrtw.
DRESS SALE FF.CAV EVENT.
TI;" re?u!ar meeting of Barbara
: 1.- ..... v , t , . .
r . -.cue ,,, j here the first of the week
nan-, w . 1 ur . ill r 1 mill (-.filing; M1n"
at .: ; in .Memoriii u.iil 13 the court
hou.-e As bi::-;.Tt8s of importance will
mrchaorfi n etrnt. even succeeding j rt.terta'.i:er of the a t rr:oi-.i
ta the number of t : -S ed customers ' r. , vj;. Mi'! t. "'' ra':-
B'l soiusie f sale ia suit sale 'f'ie a rrccram of tr.i. The i,rvl
lat Satorday. More than Wi'-'Ident. Mrs. T. I. I'avis. has asked that 1
er sold dur'.ac th.!e thr ho-ir. j t0 mt-rrbers of the club remain after t 1.
WllB ta (ihro'S: -l tup store n ,. nn.-ram as h r ituests 10 nn ci
crowd cf bargain seel. and barga njM:-s Ml.Ier.
finders commenced . eattr. and
from 1 to T, -3'cloc-k The pro.-ecds wit.
e used n fiirt'-prlpi- tiie w-nrl- nf thr
i:o m 1 ., -,r)f.
yromptty at clock, when tje sa!e '
COFFEES ARE SUCCESSFUL.
started, tba aumVr had reached aa- coffee were sixen by six Tnem-
kausaaliy Wrh mark. sr or the Ijid es- Aid society ot
Tt lane turnout in th early nvorn- zici I-utheran burch yesterday at
lot bear, proved conclusively taat
women of lb trl-cifie. appreciate
il. St K. baniala and value glvtr.g and
real: tsa advanta of belnc on
their respecllve homes. Meadamt-s
l iua PerselL A- E. J jhanson. J. M.
Anderson. O. P. Olson, N. F. IVxjulst
and Mrs. X. J. Forsberg e-ntertaiaing
fcaad ataoai the first, in ord-r to cet ; xhe aSatr -were well attended and
very successful, the t-ia belnc passeu
la io 'ability and informal sjrograms
were enjoyed. The affairs ere suc
cessful likewise from a financial standpoint.
ta satectloo rrun b:3 qal.:y mer
char diss such aa w a sacrlSced today
at rtdlctilaasly low price.
AnaoancvTcast was cade of a third
"claaa aai to t held thla week
Thla la M to Lb three-hour sale of
atraet. boos and oranlnx drrsses to
b held from to 12 Friday tnorn!n
- Alt wool cloth and silk dreasea in ffg
ared aad plala effec's are to be divM
J Into four lot and to be sold f?r SI.
ru. a and Si?.
' Wcmea are Isvf.ed to visit M. A
K.'a dreaa section any time tjmorrc w 1
to fAsnect theae wonderful dress vat
tea, but positively none will be ld
before Friday. This IM atord
aoaay wcmea aa opportunity 13 j-idce
cf the genulaeneaa of this remarkable
74. A K. bar'ala cfer. Look for the
bl advertisemeat In tomorrow's Ar
rsa for descrtptloa of these dresses.
(A4r; . . -
OIKOHI CLUB WITH MR. AND MRS.
0!kohl dab member were enter
tained last venin by Jr. and Mrs.
Charles Donovan. 2027 Ninth street.
Mrs. J. V. S'.emin. Charles Inovan
j Mr. and Mrs. Eiwotd Bothwell. Miss
1 Pearlo Kas.-ett and brother Julius, and
Lene S'.reet visited Andover friends
Friday, returning Tuesday.
Jlr. Frank Elm of Cambridge vis
ited Thursday with -Mrs. Anna L. Nel
son. Mrs. Vance Richardson and Mrs.
H. V. Cocover are Improving after sev
eral months Illness.
Carl Laron who is attending school
In Geneseo, wis home Sundav.
The International Operatic coaupany
will fill the fourth lecture course num
ber Friday nlghL A bi treat is ex
pected. The government Las Feet team and
men that are now busy digging
trerches on the Manguon Bros.' farm
and neighboring farm, where their
f.ne cattle have been quarantined for
three weeks. Dr. BaMey, veterinary
ana atl. V u. -" I .,rrin ronnrl. rhnf fl. !...
sers ofVrtxe.ln the games. A lunch jC4n bj anj eaTe(J Th
wa served in the dla-n. room after j Uef, w ,t the t Xoniav
the game, where valentine were used I pIAlstnK tb. stock.
a place cards and as decorations on j
tne tat.le. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tons I Every Russian soldier engaged
w!U enlertaln the club In two weeks, -against the Austrian or the Germans
Essie Steward "and John Wil
son, both of this place, were united in
marriage at the home 0 the bride's
mother Wednesday evening. Rev. F. J.
Uiddin;s. pastor of the M. E. church,
performed tiie ceremony. They will
make their heme with the bride's
mother for tho time being. Mr. Wil
so:i is employed ot the Coal Valley
Mrs. Clyde Law-son visited at the
home of her parents in Victoria over
Henry Johnson of Rock Island s-pent
the week end with relatives here.
H. L. Tc-arce attended the Daven
port auto show Friday evening.
John Allen spent Saturday and Sun
day in Vioia.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuchan were
in Davenport Saturday to see Mr.
Kuchns's b rot tier, who is In the hos
pital. Theodore James hjs returned here
from Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. James will ,
go to housekeeping in the Joe Wild I
house west of town. I
Mr. and Mr. John Peterson were'
Aledo shoppers Thursday. j
Louis James was a Rock Island
visitor Tuesday. 1
Mrs. John Adams was in Galesburg .
Saturday to see her niece, who is in a ;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder were
in the trl-eitis Thursday. ;
Among Rock Island passengers Fri
day were Mrs. Thomas Danison and
daughter. Mrs. Rose Angerer, and Mrs.
Mrs. Ben Wild visited over Sunday
In East Moline.
Dave Brown spent Thursdar in Tav
Caddy home Monday. Thev went from
here to cabin to visit. !
.Miss Alice Fall was a Rock Island
Harry Mo hie Sunday visited at his
heme in Cable.
il LICENSED TO WED II
Russell McConnell Marcus. Iowa
Ruth .Molfitt Milan
George Rurtoft Rock Island
Blanche Hill Rock Island
William F. Schulze .Cooper, Iowa
Cecil C. Goodell Moliiie
Joe W. Rebeck. .. .Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Mrs. Lydia Meyr Van Horn, Iowa
Roy Perry Williams Moline
Nellie Bly Hawk Moiine
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a girl
of 17 and I am keeping company with
a boy the same age.
(1) Are we too young to keep com
pany? (2) How late should he stay
when he calls? (3) How often should
a boy call? (4) Should I send post
cards to another boy? (5) Should the
boy take the girl's arm or the girt
take the boy's arm? (6) Should we
wear cue another's ring?
(1) My dear girl, you are not too
young to go witn a ooy, Dut you are: cup of beets, one cup of peas, one
too young to be serious. (2) 10:30. cup of carrots and one cup of kidney
(3) Not oftener than twice a week, beans. Serve on lettuce leaves.
a girl of 17.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) Please
give me a nice recipe for fruit salad
and bow and when should it be
(2) For what purpose are gueiM
(1) Peel three oranges and fOico
them lengthwise; also cut three ha
nanas in thin slices. Skin and peed
half a pound of white grapes and
blanch and slice the meats of one
quarter pound of English walnut
Serve very cold on lettuce leave.-,
dressed with four tablespoonfuls of
oil, two tablespoonfuls of lemon
juice less if the oranges are sour -and
half a tsaspoonful of salt. Salad
should be served after the meat
(2) A guest towel is for a pue?
who w ill use it only once or tn ice.
It is easier to launder than a larger
Dear Mrs. Thompson We are two
chums 15 years of age.
There "is a boy friend of ours
who I)3s been angry for a mouth. How
can we find out hiB reason for being
MARJORIB AND HELEN.
My dear girls, perhaps you have
made it too evident to the boy that
you care for him. If 1 were you I
would not try to find the reason why
he is angry. He might think you are
running after him.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Please givr:
me a recipe for kidney bean ."alad.
Mix with mayonnaise dressing one
Vrbana. 111. R. E. Himstedt of
Bocdy. 111., was selected as the Uni-versity-of
Illinois representative in the
northern oratorical league contest.
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MATINEE BRIOGE CLUB. icred picture, which is supposed tod:v
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rd at the home of ilrs. J. H. Nes- .eoemy. bridge. Iow"v2iled atThe WUliam
WHAT relief! The first appli
cation of Resinol Ointment
usually stops all itching and beminj;
and makes your tortured skin feel
cool and comfortable at last. Won't
you try the easy Resinol way to heal
eczema or similar skin eruption ?
Doctors have prescribed it for 20
years. Sold by all druggists.
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FOUR EGGLESS CAKES.
Eggless Cake One-half cup but
ter, 1 1-3 cups sugar, one cup milk,
one cup raisins or currants, thre
cups flour, one-third teaspoon salt,
two teaspoons baking powder, one
half teaspoon mixed spices. Bake in
slow oven one hour.
Eggless Banana Cake One and one-
third cups sugar, one cup sweet milk,
one tablespoon butter, pinch of salt,
two teaspoons baking powder, 1
cups flour. Bake In layers. Make a
white frosting: Boil one cup milk and
1 13 cups sugar until it threads;
beat; add vaciila and spread. Take
three large bananas, slice and spread
between layers and on top.
Eggless Fruit Cake One cup brown
sugar, one tablespoon lard, one-halt
teaspoon each of nutmeg, cinnamon
and cloves ground, pinch of salt, one
cup buttermilk or sour milk, y. crjpa
flour, one teaspoon baking soda dis
solved in hot water, one-half cup Eng
lish walnuts, one-third cap raisins and
large piece of pineapple. Chop all
fruit and nuts fine, dredge with flour
and add to cake. Bake in loaf in mod.
erate oven one hour.
Eggless Spice Cake One cup light
brown sugar, one tablespoon butter,
one-half teaspoon each of ground nut
meg, cinnamon and cloves, pinch o
salt, one cup buttermilk or sour milk,
one teaspoon baking soda dissolved in -hot
water, two cups flour (currants
may be added if liked). Bake in loaf,
layer or in gem pang. This will make
from 16 to 18 drop cakes.
SIMPLE HOME REMEDIES.
For Constipation Take one pound
each of dates, prunes, figs and rais
ins, and one ounce senna leaves. Mix
and put through food chopper. Dose:
Piece size of hickorynut. This packed
into a fruit jar will keep any length
For Tender or Sweaty Feet Use
warm salt water; half cup salt to a
gallon of water. Feet will soon be
For Colds One-half cup goose
grease, teaspoon ammonia, teaspoon
turpentine, teaspoon kerosene oil.
teocspoon camphor. Mis well; apply
on throat, and chest. Cover with
If these directions are followed,
your cakes, cookies and biscuits will
be as white as thought made with
baking powder and no one will know
from the flavor that soda wag used.
Urbana, m. A. M. Bureau, a senior
In the University of Illinois, received
word that his brother. Dr. Eugene
Bareau, had been decorated with the
iron cross for bravery in rescue wo
on the European battlefields.